January Resource Recommendations

Posted by Brad Rine on January 22, 2015 @ 12:46 PM

Every month we’ll recommend some resources that might help you in your walk with God.

Books:

Living by the Book (Howard G. Hendricks, William D. Hendricks) Did you make any resolutions this year regarding your personal time with the Lord? Do you long to dig deeper into God’s Word and really study it, but don’t know how? This book will help you understand how to read and study your Bible.

Knowing God (J.I. Packer) This book is a classic of the Christian faith. Do you want to go deeper in your relationship with God and draw closer to Him? As Packer states in his introduction, “The conviction behind the book is that ignorance of God lies at the root of much of the church’s weakness today.” How well do you know God?

 

Apps:

Olive Tree (www.OliveTree.com) Anyone that knows me knows I am going to recommend this app. If you want to just read the bible on your phone or tablet get any app you want. But if you want to study the bible, get the Olive Tree Bible study app. This app allows you to build a bible study library that will now be at your fingertips whenever you need it. Visit the Olive Tree website to learn more.

 

Websites:

Grace to You (www.gty.org) This is the website for John MacArthur’s ministry. Since MacArthur taught through the New Testament verse by verse you can search his sermon archives by book, chapter, and verse. You can then listen to the sermon or read the transcript. So imagine you are studying the Bible and come across something really tough to understand. You can go online and in just a few minutes be reading John MacArthur’s sermon on that passage of scripture.

Christian Book Distributors (christianbook.com) Ever wonder where we buy most of our bibles, books, and booklets? christianbook.com has a great selection of Christian books, videos, and resources for all ages.

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