Here are some of my favorite resources for Bible study
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Olive Tree has Bible apps for your phone or computer. My favorite is the New King James Version with Strongs. The Strongs version allows you to click a word and get the definition and also look up where that exact word appears throughout Scripture. Click here for phone apps.

One Stone biblical resources is a family owned bookstore in Bowling Green, KY that specializes in providing conservative Bible-study materials. The store provides materials for all ages, including workbooks, children's curricula, study aids, teachers' supplies, and much more.

Christian Book Distributors is a behemoth in the book business. I usually buy my Bibles from them because of selection and price. My favorite Bible of all time, the one I use now, is the NKJV Comfort Print Preaching Bible. A close 2nd is this Ultrathin NKJV Bible. is where I get images for use in sermon slides. Many preachers look for free images, but the issue with that is they are usually copyrighted and used without permission or they are stylistically bad (you know what I mean). So, I get high quality, royalty free images at a reasonable price.

AWeber is my preferred email list management system. It allows me to collect names and email for various interests and easily send out information via email to groups of people. Email is still one of the top tools for communication with any audience.