online discipleship tools

Here you'll find a great selection of tools that can be used on your phone, tablet, or web browser of choice. Some are for kids, some are for adults, but all of them are aimed at the target of helping believers grow in their love and devotion to God, and become equipped for sharing the gospel.

  • the blue letter bible

    This free bible study resource can be used as an app on a phone/tablet, or through their website ( Alongside the many translations of the Bible, there are great tools such as commentaries, cross-references, other translations side-by-side, dictionaries, an interlinear for word studies, maps, and more! 

  • rightnow media

    We offer to you this streaming service full of Bible studies and other video resources for FREE! There's something for everyone. If you have kids or grandkids, be sure to check out the "Kids" page. It's anxiety free entertainment that introduces children to the story of the Bible and the truths God has revealed in its pages on a level that they can handle. 

  • got questions?

    If you get stumped on a passage as you study or get a question from someone that you're not sure you know how to answer, is the place to go.  They over 600,000 answers and counting on various questions concerning interpreting the Bible, Christian living, and apologetics. 

  • the Bible app for kids

    This app walks your child through the story of the Bible in a fun and interactive way. Each lesson is animated and includes touch-based interaction with the various scenes of the story. Your child will have opportunities to answer questions based on the story and, at the end, do a fun activity (matching games, coloring, etc.). It's a great app if you're looking for a fun way to have a devotion time with your child.

  • the new city catechism

    This catechism is built to help you and your child learn many of the foundational truths of our faith. As traditional catechisms do, you'll have a question followed by an answer that you and your child are challenged to memorize. In "children's mode", you have a Scripture reference for each question, a set of commentary to help you go deeper in understanding, a prayer guide, and a song to help your child memorize the question and answer. 

  • daily family devotionals

    Josh McDowell is a well known ministry leader that has done some great work in apologetics (check out his book, Evidence that Demands A Verdict). His ministry team also puts out a daily family devotional! It's the perfect length for a devotion around breakfast or dinner, bedtime, etc. 

  • 3 circles: life conversation guide

    If you would like a tool that helps you to share the gospel with others, check out the "3 Circles: Life Conversation Guide". It highlights the main pillars of the gospel and helps you to discuss them in an orderly fashion. 

  • the Bible project: the bible

    The Bible Project has a wonderful reading plan to get you through the whole Bible in a year at (also known as the YouVersion Bible app). Each book of the Bible has an overview video that discusses the context, outline, and main point of each book.