Bible Reading Resources

Here are my favorite Bible Reading Resources to help God's Word dwell in us richly.


She Proves Faithful Resources

SPF In The Word Reading Plan - a free monthly Bible reading plan

SPF Podcast episode 53 - How to Read the Bible Better

SPF Podcast episode 25 - Is the Bible True?

ABC Bible Reading Method - easy Bible reading method

Biblical Theology Reading Method - read the Bible like a theologian! It's quite simple to examine the text!


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ESV Study Bible - A great personal study Bible with commentary and cross references.

ESV Study Bible
By ESV Bibles by Crossway

ESV Journaling Bible - gives space in margins to take notes and write your observations.


Thompson Chain Reference Bible (NASB) - This is my favorite Bible study tool.


Olive Tree Bible App - This is my favorite Bible study app. You can buy the lexicon dictionaries and have Greek and Hebrews word definitions at the touch of a word!

Bible by Olive Tree
HarperCollins Christian Publishing

ESV Family Devotional Bible - a great Bible for family worship. It has about 130 illustrations and Bible summaries on specific Old and New Testament Bible stories.

ESV Family Devotional Bible
By ESV Bibles by Crossway

Bible Study's and Bible Study Guides


Family Worship Bible Guide - This gives a brief summary and two questions for EVERY chapter of the Bible!!

Family Worship Bible Guide
By Joel R Beeke Ph.D.

Women of the Word - this is a great book to teach practical Bible study.


The Gospel Centered Life - my favorite Bible study that walks through foundational truths of the Gospel.


1 Peter - a great Bible study on 1 Peter. You will read and study God's Word in depth. There is a DVD with the Leader's Guide that will walk through each lesson if interested.





How to Use Discipleship Plans

What is Discipleship

“Go and make disciples.” - Jesus

Before Jesus ascended into heaven after His resurrection He gives us a command - to make disciples of Him.

Why? So that many would come to know and follow the One True God, that He might be glorified and we might flourish through the forgiveness of sin and transformation of the Gospel working in our life.

Sometimes “making disciples” can make us feel overwhelmed, unqualified, or just stirs up a lot of questions.

Making discipleship of Jesus is “teaching others to obey all that [Jesus] has commanded.” Matthew 28:19

Discipleship plans are a simple to use resource to help direct your time with others as you seek to grow in the grace and knowledge of Jesus Christ.

How to Use a Discipleship Plan

  • Print out the plan or pull up the plan on your phone.
  • Use the discussion questions to start a conversation about the topic.
  • Go through the Scripture verses together and ask questions to understand God and His Word.
  • Discuss the “Take Action” portion together or use it as a “take home assignment” to practice what you’ve learned together.

Watch the video to see How to Use a Discipleship Plan