Summer Bible Study for Kids with National Bible Bee One of our close ministry partners, National Bible Bee, is getting ready to launch their Summer Study program, and we wanted you to know about it. You may be familiar with National Bible Bee’s Scripture memorization competition. However, you may not be familiar with their 8-week […]
How to Video Conference Bible Studies with Blue Letter Bible Our aim has always been to deliver free online Bible study resources to serve churches and believers around the world. Little did we know this mission would be so critical during a time like this as people are turning to virtual connectivity. We have been […]
New Content from Don Stewart — 25 Signs We Are Near the End In this new audio series by Don Stewart, 25 Signs We Are Near the End, Don Stewart examines what the Bible has to say about the events that are to come or have occurred. In this easy-to-understand audio series, Don lays out 25 key signs […]
It might surprise you to know that a large number of people tell us they first discovered Blue Letter Bible by doing a Google search for topics like “Bible studies.” Our friend, Carol Tardiff, from southern Texas is no exception.
It’s More than Just Memorizing for These Brothers… Your word I have hidden in my heart, that I might not sin against You. Psalm 119:11 NKJV What a joy it is for us to witness the awe-inspiring ways the Lord uses His Word to penetrate our hearts.
The new year is here, and many Christians have resolved to begin a new habit: read their Bible daily. Well, we’re here to help! Blue Letter Bible has 6 daily reading plans for you to choose from. Here are three reasons you might want to sign up for one:
Christian, if studying the Bible isn’t really your thing, can we chat for a minute? While Christianity isn’t dependent upon our academic inclinations, nor our interest in reading in general—to suggest those who are illiterate, have a learning disability or simply aren’t big readers are excluded from the kingdom of God is ridiculous—all Christians should strive to be […]
Hudson Taylor (1832-1905) was a British missionary to China and the founder of the China Inland Mission (currently OMF International). Against all odds and many criticisms, he moved to China at the age of 21 and went to unconventional lengths (such as wearing native Chinese clothing—considered a scandal by many Western missionaries of his day) […]