If we squint real hard, we’ll see the end of summer approaching, so how about a summer reading roundup of 10 tools that will help boost your faith?
These are all books and resources I’ve grown to love and thought you might find helpful as well.
Some of these tools sit online, others wait on bookstore shelves. All prove useful for one-on-one time with our Father, offering a boost to our faith if we’ll grab ’em.
Happy summer, friend. Enjoy!
1. Faith Tool: YouVersion
This one lands as my all-time favorite app for boosting faith.
YouVersion, a digital mission of Life.Church, is the place to go if you like reading the Bible on a digital device. This app contains multiple versions of the Bible, and it’s easy to click back and forth. Favorite versions that help me round out understanding better include the AMP, MSG, and NLT versions.
Look for devotionals and reading plans here as well.
2. Faith Tool: BlueLetterBible.org
This one’s a website AND an app. (Aren’t we fortunate? A 2-for-1 deal!) What I love best about Blue Letter Bible are the tools they offer to dig further into a verse. They offer dictionaries, concordances, commentaries, and more to better understand passages and word meaning.
3. Faith Tool: The Spirit-Led Heart
|The Spirit-Led Heart: Living a Life of Love and Faith without Borders
By Suzanne Eller
4. Faith Tool: The Complete Guide to the Bible
|The Complete Guide to the Bible
By Stephen M. Miller
5. Faith Tool: The Bible
The Amplified Bible dives further into the meaning of words and verses, often helping a reader better understand God’s Word. Why not include it in our daily Bible study?
|The New Everyday Life Bible: The Power of God’s Word For Everyday Living
By Joyce Meyer
|Message Slimline Bible–soft leather-look, brown/pink|
Find other Bible versions discussed here:
6. Faith Tool: Pinterest
7. Faith Tool: Online Bible Studies (Facebook)
From 2 minutes to 10+, here is a listing of several online Bible studies landing on Facebook:
8. Faith Tool: Facebook Live (Church Services)
Sometimes we relocate, don’t have a church, find ourself nursing an injury, or the day’s schedule somehow prevents church attendance. Why not consider online versions for temporary situations? Check out these churches for FB live and video replay services:
9. Faith Tool: Instagram
Instagram is another app useful for Christian growth. Be aware, it contains content from all walks of life, Christian and not so much, but spiritual gold often glitters in its pages. Lisa at True and Faithful has a current prayer focus called #praytheword. Check out her feed to follow along.
10. Faith Tool: BibleStudyTools.com
Here’s another site useful for digging into God’s Word. This site, BibleStudyTools.com is owned by the same company as Crosswalk.com and iBelieve.com, two online sites where I often contribute pieces like this one on Elijah and this one called 10 Beautiful Implications of Believing You are “Fearfully and Wonderfully” Made.Check out this link for 10 Tools that will Help Boost Your Faith Click To Tweet