Additional Study Resources

“Holy Scripture requires searching—much of it can only be learned by careful study.”
Charles Spurgeon


For a more in-depth personal study of passages, verses, and books of the Bible, we recommend trying out these free online commentaries:

Online Study Resources

  • Look at the Book – Learn how to better interact with and breakdown passages and verses of Scripture with these helpful bible study labs created by John Piper! Check out Piper’s 2.5 minute trailer for Look at the Book!
  • Bible Gateway – Read the Bible in different translations as well as languages. Perform word searches and more using the various study tools available on this site.
  • 5 Minutes in Church History – This podcast offers an accessible glimpse into how God has worked in the church and how this can encourage us today by looking at the people, events, and places that have shaped the story of Christianity.
  • Christian Classics Ethereal Library – Online library of Christian classics, available to read online, download for Kindle, or listen.