If you're wanting to find out more, take a look at the following recommended book and online resources:


The Purpose Driven Life - Rick Warren - If you haven't heard of this book, you're probably not alive. This is a fantastic 40-day devotional that will help you learn to live the life for which you were created.

My Utmost for His Highest - Oswald Chambers - A classic daily devotional with profound truths that will challenge your faith. Available in "classic" (harder to read) and "updated" (modern language/easier to read).

31 Days of Praise - Ruth Myers - This devotional of Scripture-based praise will teach you how to worship God in the everyday, no matter what you're going through. This will help cultivate a lifestyle of worship.

Prayer - O. Hallesby - A very insightful, very honest, very challenging look at prayer. It's not an easy read, but some things are worth working for and this is definitely one of them.

The Treasure Principle and Money, Possessions, and Eternity - Randy Alcorn - Both of these books will challenge (and probably change) the way you look at money. Get your "feet wet" with the Treasure Principle...Money, Possessions, and Eternity is a "every thought Randy has ever had about money" book -- long, detailed, but certainly recommended.


Whirlwind Bible Tour Find the Bible confusing? This site humorously lays out the "plot" of the Bible, covering major characters and events. Even if you have the entire Bible memorized, go here for a few laughs.

Knowing Scripture - R.C. Sproul - A scholarly, yet understandable, introduction to studying your Bible. The Crosswalk Study materials include a Bible word search, encyclopedias, lexicons, dictionaries, concordances, and interlinear Bible for those who want to study God's Word more thoroughly. The Blue Letter Bible web site offers a Bible search tool, concordances, commentaries, Hebrew & Greek dictionaries, images, maps, and more for individual study. The Bible Gateway offers a Bible word search and passage search in 9 different translations, as well as answers to questions that are frequently asked about those who are learning to study their Bibles.

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