Reading the Bible
Did you know that you can read your Bible online? And if you have a mobile device, you can take your Bible everywhere you go. Go ahead—pull out your phone during church! Use it wherever you are to read, quickly search for Scriptures, compare different translations, and more. You can even use it to do your daily devotions.
If reading online isn't for you, please pick up a free Bible next time you are at Faithbridge. Bible carts are at each entrance to Center Court on Sundays, and Bibles are always available at the Resource Center located just inside the north entrance. If you don't own a Bible, keep it. Take it home. Read it every day.
What is a good Bible to try on my mobile device?
What other online Bible resources are available from my laptop or desktop computer?
Which Bible translation is best for me?
There are a number of useful Bible translations. Learn more…
What is a good way to start reading the Bible regularly?
Journaling is an excellent way to both record and process what God has spoken to us. A good start is to use the Life Journals and S.O.A.P. Devotions
method that Pastor Ken and many in our congregation now use daily. Life Journals and S.O.A.P. bookmarks are available at the Resource Center located just inside the north entrance.
Learn More about Your Bible
Bible 101 is a class designed for the individual who needs a broad overview of the Bible. It will especially benefit those who are just getting acquainted with the Bible. Find out about the next class.