Our mission is to make disciple-making disciples and change the world!
We recognize the great challenge that this season at home is bringing for many, but also don't want to miss the great opportunity that it can be! As we trust that God is fully active in this time, it's wise to step back and see how He wants to work in us personally, in our families and in those around us.
We pray that the resources and ideas below lead you and your family to a deeper love for Jesus as well as be faithful witnesses to the Good News of the Gospel.
Everyone at home together is probably a new thing. Be intentional about setting a routine for the day that cultivates spiritual, physical and emotional health. This is a great time to initiate a regular Family Worship time. During that time you might sing some of your favorite worship songs and read through a passage of scripture. For those with younger kids, the Jesus Storybook Bible is awesome - you may even act out the Bible story together! For those with middle and high school students, you may use the Family Worship time to study through a book of the Bible or a theological concept together.
One of our favorite resources for all ages is called Right Now Media. You can access it via the web, smart TV, phone or tablet. If you do not currently have access to Right Now Media (username and password) - contact firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know and we will get you signed-up for free through Center Grove.
Desiring God - website, app and podcasts
She Reads Truth - website and app
He Reads Truth - website and app
The Gospel Coalition - website and podcast
ESV Bible - app
YouVersion Bible App - app
The Bible Project - website
Read Scripture - app
Knowing Faith - podcast
No Sanity Required - podcast
Snowbird Wilderness Outfitters - podcast
Book recommendations for various categories of spiritual growth on the Tools for Growth page!
The Bible App for Kids - app
Superbook Kids Bible - app
Minno Kids - app
Jesus is Better - podcast
God's Big Story - podcast
Go Noodle - for exercise and movement