Online Bible Studies & Study Resources:

  • An Introduction to the Old Testament with Dr. Suzie Park (Theocademy, 5-part video series): Click here
  • An Introduction to the New Testament with Dr. Margaret Aymer (Theocademy, 5-part video series): Click here
  • An Introduction to Reformed Theology with Dr. Shannon Craigo-Snell (Theocademy, 5-part video series): Click here
  • The Strange Book of Books – Join host Aric Clark as he introduces us, again, to the Bible. (Theocademy, 10-part series): Click here
  • PRC Bible & Bible Study Resource page: Click here

 

In The Resource Center:

OT Studies:

NT Studies:

 

Suggested Studies: (Contact Julie Price about cost sharing with the Resource Center.)

  • Deep Calls To Deep: The Psalms in Dialogue and Disruption by William P. Brown (Abingdon, 2021) The Psalms can help us during a time of disruption and division. Deep Calls to Deep demonstrates a new and generative way of reading the Bible, which looks for differences among texts to engage in dialogue over critical issues that are not only biblical but also are relevant to our contemporary crises. Bill Brown explores uncharted territory in the Bible with a particular focus on the Psalms, the most diverse book of the Bible.
  • The Bible Year Devotional: A Journey Through Scripture in 365 Days by Magrey deVega (Abingdon, 2021) For individual or small groups. It includes a concise devotional every day. Additionally, there are weekly summaries of key themes to help you better digest and understand the readings. Multiple resources have been created specifically for small group and church leaders to help them integrate the daily Bible goals into the life of the church.  $18.99
  • Reading The Old Testament Through Jewish Eyes by Rabbi Evan Moffic (8/2021, Abingdon) Explores the first five books of the Hebrew Bible and highlights the key points of interest to Christians. He presents the biblical text and interpretations of it in the way Jewish leaders during the time of Jesus would have studied it while examining different commentaries from thousands of years of Jewish sources. Additional components for a six-week study include a DVD featuring Rabbi Evan Moffic and a comprehensive Leader Guide. $
  • Amy-Jill Levine studies: Click here
  • Testimony: Vocabulary of Faith. A six-week study from Presbyterian Outlook that helps people to live their Reformed faith by remembering, reclaiming and rearticulating what we believe about who God is and who we are so the patterns of our lives embody the liberating love and grace of Jesus Christ. $: Click here
  • Courage: Jesus and the Call to Brave Faith, Tom Berlin, 2/2021 (6 video sessions)$$
  • Words of Life: Jesus and the Promise of the Ten Commandments Today, Adam Hamilton, 12/2020 (6 video sessions)$$

 

Free Daily Devotions:

  • The Daily Examen, a technique of prayerful reflection on the events of the day in order to detect God’s presence and discern his direction for us: Click here
  • The Daily Liturgy Podcast provides Christians everywhere with a historically informed, biblically rich daily devotional in audio format: Click here
  • At Your Best, five-day reading plan by Carey Nieuwhof
  • D365, devotions 365 days a year: Click here
  • Ceaseless Prayer App, helping people pray for others: Click here
  • PC(USA) Daily Prayer app ($2.99). This app combines daily prayer from ‘The Book of Common Worship” with Bible readings and also has features to allow you to email or text those that you pray for, or to share content from the app on social media: Click here
  • Today, free daily devotions from Reframe Ministries: Click here
  • Evening Devotionals, short videos from pastors and authors (Amplify Media): Click here
  • The Still Speaking Devotion from United Church of Christ: Click here