The Text this Week is another great resource, based on the lectionary. Even if you don’t follow the lectionary, there are a variety of resources here. RESOURCE LINK Recommended by Churchnet Staff: Recommended by a friend of Churchnet.
The Coptic Network is a little different. It utilzes a database of famous artistic pieces that are based on Christian and Jewish themes; some are categorized by scripture. You can download these pics and use them in many ways when projected on screen – illustrations, discussion starters, even during musical
I Am Second is a tremendous site which offers video-based testimonies of people whose lives have been changed by Christ. Many of the videos also have Bible-study discussion guide that goes along with them. I have found these are excellent (and free!). I have used the videos in sermons, and
Sermon Spice offers relatively affordable and very useful videos (categories by topic, holiday, scripture, etc.). They can be used in a variety of settings. Bluefish TV is similar but cheaper; however, the videos are generally of lower quality. RESOURCE LINK Recommended by Churchnet Staff: Recommended by a friend of Churchnet.
Streaming video Bible studies for every youth and adult teacher in your church. Right Now Media offers access to resources from Dave Ramsey, Francis Chan, Andy Stanley and many more at a simple, monthly rate based on your congregation-size. Unlimited access to a library like this allows ministry teams to
I highly recommend this book. One of the most important things for us to find is good, appropriate small group curriculum. Its sometimes difficult to find small group curriculum we want to use that is also theologically in line with where we are as a church. Richard Peace’s small group