General Bible Study
www.blueletterbible.org Good for general study and examination of original language references (Strong’s, Vine’s and more). Many Bible versions are available to examine concurrently.
http://www.e-sword.net/ Great free materials to download for a “Bible Study Tool.” Good for viewing Strong’s, Thayer’s, Vine’s, and more. Put this on your home computer!
http://www.bible-history.com/ Good general historical information. Much like an on-line Bible encyclopedia.
http://www.internationalstandardbible.com/ An online Bible Encyclopedia. In print form this has been a standard work for decades, and is considered academically authoritative.
http://biblicalstudies.info/ Lots of archaeological information from Ferrell Jenkins, a member of the Church of Christ. Great for examining historical backgrounds of contexts, and geographical location studies. Many EXCELLENT Bible connections that help with the understanding of the Word.
www.biblegateway.com/resources/audio/ has different translations available including KJ and NAS.
http://www.bibleplayer.com/ for I-Pod includes daily plans.
Bible Reading Plans
http://www.youversion.com very customizable reading plans. Excellent for mobile devices as well.
http://www.bibleplan.org/ 13 Bible reading plans with weekly e-mail reminders
http://www.zondervan.com/Cultures/en-US/Product/Bible/Plans.htm?QueryStringSite=Zondervan has several different reading plans for free
http://www.heartlight.org/devotionals/reading_plans/ a PDF download
http://www.bibleclassmaterial.com/Catalog/Mark%20Roberts/BibleReadingSchedule.htm This is the 5 day schedule placed in our foyer.
Daily Devotionals (written by member of the Church of Christ)
http://wordpoints.com/daybooks/diligently-seeking-god/ Book (for purchase) and e-mail (for free) available. Written by Gary Henry, and excellent preacher.
http://wordpoints.com/daybooks/reaching-forward/ Book (for purchase) and e-mail (for free) available. Another great resource by Gary Henry.
www.findthechurch.com Clickable map for congregations that do not support institutions form the treasury.
http://www.bible.ca/directory/seek.php?type=church a world database of Churches of Christ. I believe most if not all are considered non-institutional congregations.
www.Bible.ca Good information about false doctrines, how to refute with truth, evidences, and more. A VERY large webstie with thousands of pages of information. Operated by Steve Rudd, a gospel preacher for a non-institutional Church of Christ in Canada.
Note: If you find problems with any of these sites, please contact me: email@example.com