The Bible can be challenging to read and understand. The Bible Project has created a series of simple videos that easily explain themes and books of the Bible.
This short video about the Messiah is one of the incredible resources you can find on
The Bible Project website or on their
d365 is a daily devotional designed for older youth and young adults. It takes readers through 5 steps: pause, listen, think, pray, go. It takes only a few minutes per day, which is perfect for busy teens and adults.
Chuck Knows Church-Do you have questions about why do what we do at church? Chuck can help. He has a series of videos that answers questions about church traditions, celebrations, and much more.
Bible Apps for Adults
Olive Tree Bible+is a great study Bible app that allows you to highlight, take notes, compare different versions of text, view maps, and commentaries. It also allows you to create a Bible reading plan and tracks your progress. Free but can upgrade to NRSV version (what we use at church) of the Bible for $9.99
Bible Trivia at it's best. Test your knowledge by guessing the word (don't worry, there are hints). Helps with memorization of verses and help teach basic Biblical facts while you play. It can be challenging but don't worry all the answers can be found in the Bible.
Bible Verses is an excellent way to memorize Bible verses and be inspired. Beautiful imagery paired with scripture is a great way to get a quick Bible fix when needed. Verses are sorted into categories and they can be shared on social media or sent to others for inspiration.
The Skit Guys have excellent videos that teach God's word using comedy, drama and much more. You can find them on YouTube and they have a free Podcast available on iTunes. When you need God's word and a good laugh, check out the Skit Guys!
Book of Faith-If you are new to reading the Bible or wonder if there's a better way to read and understand the Bible, check out book of faith. An easy to use website devoted to encouraging and promoting Bible literacy.