Virtual Bible Study Resources for Churches
For Christian teens and adults, studying the Bible can provide a deeper understanding of their faith. Many online tools are available to help you study the scriptures, including both websites and mobile apps. You can even bring the Bible along with you digitally instead of needing to carry the book itself, making it easier to fit Bible study into your daily routine whenever you have free time.
Bible Study Tools
- Bible Gateway: View the verse of the day or look up scriptures in various different Bible versions with this study tool.
- Biblica, the International Bible Society: The International Bible Society provides the text of the New International Version of the Bible online here.
- NIV Bible: Read Free Online: This Bible study tool allows you to browse different books of the Bible or read it straight through.
- King James Version Bible: Choose your Bible version first and then read different books and chapters of the Bible.
- Lessons of a Butterfly: This is a Bible study lesson that outlines scriptures to read to learn about the Resurrection.
- In the Beginning Bible Crossword Puzzle: Test your Bible knowledge by working on this crossword puzzle with clues about the stories in Genesis.
- Esther Lesson Plan: Study the book of Esther with this lesson plan that covers the historical setting and the theological lessons.
- Parable of the Talents (Matthew 25:14-30) Sunday School Lessons and Activities for Kids: Delve into the Parable of the Talents with this lesson plan.
- The Tower of Babel: The story of the Tower of Babel is said to explain differences in languages around the world.
- Topical Concordance: Use this concordance in your Bible study to help you find related scriptures.
- Bible Search: This online Bible allows you to read scriptures, search for specific scriptures, and read different Bible versions.
- Topical Bible: This topical Bible makes it possible to search for Biblical scriptures based on subjects and keywords.
- Verse of the Day: Get daily inspiration by checking this verse of the day website.
- Bible Verse of the Day: The verse changes daily on this website, so you can check in regularly to be inspired and uplifted.
- Daily Promises: Meditating on God’s promises is a great way to feel positive and inspired.
- Today’s Bible Reading: This website posts a new Bible reading every day for visitors.
- Survey of Proverbs: Studying the book of Proverbs is an excellent way to gain Biblical wisdom.
- Tecarta Bible: If you’re not sure of the verse you want, you can just enter a few keywords into the search field here.
Bible Study Apps
- Our Daily Bread: Use this app on a mobile device to read daily devotionals and learn about scripture.
- Bible Hub: This app helps you find sermons, devotionals, and Bible verses.
- The Bible Memory App: Learn Bible verses by heart with this Bible memory app.
- MemVerse Bible App: Knowing Bible verses by memory means that you can refer to them whenever you need them throughout the day.
- Daily Audio Bible App: Hearing the word of God in an audio app is a great way to study the Bible.
- The Bible App: This app makes it easy to carry a Bible with you everywhere you go.
- Bible.is App: This app is a free download, and you can bookmark and highlight passages, too.
- Our Bible App: This Bible app is specifically made for progressive believers who want to learn more about God.
Virtual Bible Field Trips
- St. Peter’s Basilica: You can tour churches such as the Papal Basilica of Saint Peter online.
- Explore Ancient Egypt: Learn about what it might have been like in ancient Egypt during Biblical times with this virtual tour.
- Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem: The Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem offers a variety of videos that can help you learn more about Jerusalem.
- Jerusalem Presentation: Navigate through this Jerusalem presentation to learn more about the city and its environs.
- Experience Israel: Scroll down to explore panoramic views of Biblical sites.
- The Israel Museum: Questions of Identity: Tour the Israel Museum’s collections to learn about the artifacts on display.
- The 10 Plagues Bible Tour: You have to register in advance, but taking this virtual tour, which happens weekly, can help you learn about God’s judgment on Egypt.
- Jerusalem: The Holy City: Advance bookings are required, but this two-hour tour promises to be fascinating.