Please take a few minutes to check out these online Christian resources. There are resources for Bibles, Bible studies, commentaries, devotionals, Christian podcasts and music as well as audio Bibles and more.  Click the logos to view resource websites.
Blue Letter Bible

Blue Letter Bible is a website that offers a variety of free online study tools for a more comprehensive examination of God’s Word. Tools offered include a robust scripture search tool (multiple translations), devotionals, commentaries, reference, theological resources, multimedia files, mobile apps and more.

Strong's Concordance
To better understand the context of the scriptures, use the Strong’s online concordance.  This helpful tool can be useful to aid in extensive Bible studies as well as help to locate scripture verses that you know the words to, but don’t know the book, chapter and verse.   This online tool works in accordance with the Blue Letter Bible website.
E Sword
E-Sword is a free study tool software for your desktop computer.  It offers parallel and compare Bibles, integrated editor, bookmarks, Strong’s tips, reference library, a search function, audio sermons, map viewer and more.
One Place offers a one-stop shop to stream Christian radio broadcasts and programs. Christians can listen online or download the mobile app to listen to/download free podcasts of their favorite pastors and speakers such as Rick warren, Dr. Tony Evans, Dr. J. Vernon McGee, Chuck Swindoll, Beth Moore, and many more.

Christian Music
Check out the latest Christian Music on Click the logo at right for a list for this week’s top 25 songs.
KLove Christian Radio

K Love is a Christian radio station whose mission is to create compelling media that inspires and encourages people to have a meaningful relationship with Christ. To listen, click the logo at right or visit


For an audio version of the New International Version (NIV) Bible, visit  The English translation of the New International Version (NIV) Bible is considered the most widely read and heard contemporary Bible.  The creation of the NIV began in 1956 by a small group of international scholars along with members of the Christian Reformed Church and National Association of Evangelicals to create a translation of the Bible in the common language of the American people.