Digital Resource Hub

We live in a day and age where information is endless and culture is loud. To support people in their quest for knowledge, direction, and understanding, we have created a digital library of resources from articles, books, bible studies, apps, podcasts, and more that are Bible-based and Spiritually directed. In a world full of opinions, let’s first seek to know and share the wisdom of God.

Resources by Topic

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Podcast

The Holy Post – Phil Vischer Podcast

Join VeggieTales and What’s in the Bible? creator Phil Vischer and co-host Skye Jethani (author, sr. editor Christianity Today’s Leadership Journal) for a fast-paced and often funny conversation about pop culture, media, theology, and the fun, fun, fun of living a thoughtful Christian life in

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Article

Why Grief Is Evidence for God

Grief is an all-consuming, universal human experience that takes many forms. Parents grieve a child whose life is cut short; children grieve a parent whose memory fades; childless couples grieve what could have been and may never be. The ill and elderly grieve losing health

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Article

How to Deal with Anxiety as a Christian

Anxiety is not that simple because it often misunderstood to be simply that a person is stressing too much. There is a distinct difference between the sin of anxiety and the mental health disorder of anxiety that is characterized by physical changes in the brain.

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Article

Getting Porn out of Your Life and Marriage

Husbands and wives are hurting all over the world, searching for answers to break free from porn. COVID-19 has given people a prime opportunity to either sink further into the trap of addiction or to take a stand against it and finally get free. I

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Article

How to Start a Conversation About Jesus

A friend of mine likes to say, “The best gospel presentation is the one given.” That’s true. And convicting. Many good books, sermons, and seminars can help us prepare to share our faith. But none of these resources can do for us what we often

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