Teaching & Study

Are you a Sunday school teacher creating a lesson on a specific character or topic? Or are you doing indepth individual study?

Kids Korner

Play online games, print puzzles and games, listen to a Bible story, read about Bible characters, and tour the holy lands.

Everyday Living

Articles, stories of healing, guest interviews, parenting features, and book reviews illustrate how the Bible helps us in everyday life.

  • Jim Anderson (Opera Singer) (Guest) Jim Anderson’s life as an opera singer simply fell into place, as he was lifted up and directed by God. His amazing story is a promise for us all.
  • The Screen Challenge (Article) Will you participate in our challenge to put away phones and devices to build stronger, loving connections with family and friends? Our future depends upon it.
  • The Greatest Thing in the World by Henry Drummond (Book Review) What is the greatest thing in the world? Love, declares Henry Drummond in his sermon. It’s love made practical and active, based on Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians. And it can change your life.
  • God's Presence During a Tornado (Healing) Christi Lupher, a guest on our website, shares how she overcame fear in the face of a tornado … which calmed.
  • Father, Forgive Them (Parenting) Jesus’ final words on the cross expressed the healing power of Love and set the standard for all of us.

For Teens

Read articles on identity and relationships, follow Q&A on a variety of topics, and be inspired to make a difference in your own community.

  • No To Pot is Yes to Freedom (Make a Difference) How some teenagers are taking a stand
  • Want Good Friendships? Unplug and Connect (Relationships) It may sound impossible and impractical, but putting down our devices is necessary for real relationships and future success. Find out why!
  • Let Go of Ego (Identity) How do we deal with a superior attitude, which can be offensive and block healing and opportunity?
  • Paul and Women (Q&A)
    Did Paul really put down women? Many of my friends say he did, and they come back with passages that sound like it. But for some reason, I don’t think he did. What can I say?