Questions for Personal Bible Study: Six Questions to ask in Personal Bible Study when studying a Bible passage:
- Is there something to Believe about God?
- Is there something to Praise or Thank God for?
- Is there something I should Pray for?
- Is there something I should have a new Attitude about?
- Is there something I should make a Decision about?
- Is there something I should DO or Not Do for the sake of Christ, others and myself?
Links to Devotional Studies:
* Keys for Kids: free devotional guide for families with children. Free online devotionals that can either be read or listened to as a family. Printed devotional guides are available to be sent to the home inexpensively: Link Here
* OnTrack Devotional Guides: these are appropriate for Junior High through Adults. We have purchased a digital subscription for our Church Family which is available to download as a PDF file on a monthly basis. Please contact the church office for the download link. If you would prefer to have a printed version sent to your home for $25 per year, you can order it here: Link Here or phone 570.504.1463.
* Our Daily Bread: for young adults and adults. Read online, listen online, subscribe to podcast (audible version) via iTunes or download mp3, subscribe for home deliver (donation basis), limited copies available at Welcome Center: Link Here
Bible Reading Schedules:
* 2020 5 Day Bible Reading Program: 5 days allows for catching up if a day is missed. You can just read Old Testament or New Testament if you want to just focus on either of those. Or you can read through the whole Bible in a year. Link Here
* Further explanation on 5 Day Bible Reading plan: Link Here
* Generate your own Bible reading program: Link Here
* Undated Bible Reading Program (a reading for each day) - but works no matter what year: Link Here
* 7 Helpful ideas on reading the Bible through in a year: Link Here
Links to Bible Study Sites:
* Bible.org: This is a great site with many different types of resources available. There are commentaries, Bible studies (by Book, verse or topic), Bible readings, etc., to help with your Bible study. The resources are downloadable in file formats which include both readable and audio: Link Here
Links to Bible Study Software:
* E-Sword: Bible study software that includes different Bible versions, commentaries, maps, encyclopedias, etc. Many are free and there are inexpensive options available for purchase. This is designed to be downloaded to your computer: Link Here
Scripture Memorization Resources:
Here is a link to some very helpful resources for Scripture Memorization. Link Here