While the Bible is a great source of wisdom and inspiration, many people struggle to understand and interpret its teachings on their own. That’s why we have curated some of our favorite books, blogs, devotionals and resources on Christian living. Whether you’re a child or a parent, a new Christian or a faith leader, you will find support here.
Christianity and Methodism
The United Methodist Church »
This official website of the international UMC is packed with information. If you want to learn about how the UMC runs its churches, how it’s moving in the community or the latest news, this site has you covered.
The Florida Conference of the UMC »
This website provides news and updates on the Florida branch of the United Methodist Church. Look for Annual Conference dates, statewide outreach and updates from Bishop Ken Carter.
The Upper Room »
Since its start in 1935, the Upper Room has established itself as a trusted global resource for Christians. Its daily devotionals, programs, prayer support, and other resources help believers deepen their faith and find their purpose.
As the name suggests, this is a wonderful resource for Christians of all kinds. With interesting articles, daily devotionals, Bible reading plans, and trivia games that are fun for all ages, there’s a little something for everyone here.
One Year Bible »
If you’ve made a commitment to reading the whole Bible, this is the best resource to help you do it efficiently—and to get the most out of the experience.
YouVersion Bible App »
Installing this app on your phone is probably the closest you can get to carrying the entire Bible in your back pocket everywhere you go. This app offers more than 2,000 versions of the Bible in thousands of languages, all for free.
Chuck Knows Church »
Maybe you’re completely new to the faith. Or maybe you’ve always wondered what that one “church word” means. These fun, yet informative clips from Chuck will help you learn all that Christian lingo.
Deep Blue Kids »
Cokesbury’s Sunday School resources, and our curriculum of choice. With age-appropriate learning material from the nursery to the end of fifth grade, it’s a great tool to not only keep up with what your child learns in Sunday School, but also keep the learning going throughout the week. Also check out the Deep Blue Adventures mobile app for more games and education.
Sticky Faith »
The Fuller Youth Institute calls its Sticky Faith “an innovative, research-based, and extensively field-tested movement designed to equip parents with insights and ideas for nurturing long-term faith in children and young people.” The site offers both an active weekly blog and book recommendations to help strengthen your children in their walk with God.
A family resource for marriage and parenting designed to cultivate strong leaders. The site offers free blogs, devotionals, broadcasts and more, along with some paid content.
We keep a variety of Christian novels, reference guides, nonfiction, children’s books and more at our on-campus library. Located behind the sanctuary, our library is free to use, and each book includes a checkout slip.