Adult Resources

In order to grow in our discipleship and live out the gospel, we need to build our knowledge of God and the Bible. Below, we've compiled some of our favorite media, podcasts, books, and websites to help you grow in your relationship with Jesus.

Video Resources

Access to over 20,000 Biblically-based videos for small groups, families, students, leadership development, and much more. Email: [email protected] for an invitation to this free resource.

RightNow Media

The Bible is one unified story that leads to Jesus, but we don't always treat it that way. BibleProject makes animated videos that explore the books and themes of the Bible. Explore all of their free videos and resources by book, theme, or series.

Bible Project

Bible Reading Apps, Plans & Helps

Read the Bible or let audio versions read to you. Browse reading plans and devotionals, compare versions, and easily share verses via social media, email or text.

YouVersion Bible App

Have you ever closed your Bible and thought, “What did I just read?” Or maybe you've tried to read through the Bible in a year, but quit when it felt confusing or impersonal? The Bible Recap is a short daily podcast (~8 minutes) that highlights and summarizes the Bible in a casual, easy to understand way. Follow along with their reading plan and then listen to the corresponding podcast.

The Bible Recap

An audio Bible app that keeps Scripture in your ears and on your heart. Read by people who love the Bible as much as you do. With original music composed exclusively for Scripture. (Requires a subscription)

Dwell App


J.D. Greear will provide you with honest answers to some of your toughest questions. In each episode, you will hear Pastor J.D. answer a theological, ethical, or leadership question.

Ask Me Anything

Their videos are actually animated versions of much larger conversations that have been distilled into the most salient points. In BibleProject podcast, Tim and Jon invite you into their dialogue concerning the biblical theology behind each video.

The Bible Project

Knowing Faith is a podcast exploring how our faith is founded upon Scripture. We believe the Bible is for everyone and are committed to helping the Church understand where their faith is rooted. Hosted by Jen Wilkin, JT English and Kyle Worley, this podcast dives into Christian story, belief and practice in a way that is accessible to everyone.

Knowing Faith

On each episode of the Risen Motherhood podcast, hosts Laura and Emily discuss relevant topics to everyday motherhood through the lens of the gospel.

Risen Motherhood

The Gospel Coalition Podcast features keynote and breakout sessions from our national, regional, and women's conferences.

The Gospel Coalition

Hard questions, faithfully explored. Hosted by Rebecca McLaughlin.

The Confronting Christianity Podcast

Matters of culture should matter to us—because they matter to God. Hosted by Elizabeth Woodson, Adam Griffin and Tymarcus Ragland, the Culture Matters podcast explores the intersection of faith and culture. Looking at everything from politics, art and entertainment to issues such as racial reconciliation and the sanctity of human life, we discuss what it looks like to live faithfully on mission—in the world but not of the world.

Culture Matters

Imperfect parents having conversations about the critically important and mostly ordinary work of leading at home.

The Family Discipleship Podcast

The Verity podcast is hosted by author, speaker, and public theologian Phylicia Masonheimer. Covering topics of faith and culture from a biblical perspective through a historical lens, the podcast is designed to inspire you to ask better questions, go deeper in your faith, and defend your beliefs with both grace and logic.

The Verity Podcast

Books & Bible Studies

Jen Wilkin is an author and Bible teacher from Dallas, Texas. She has organized and led studies for women in home, church, and parachurch contexts. Her passion is to see others become articulate and committed followers of Christ, with a clear understanding of why they believe what they believe, grounded in the Word of God.

Jen Wilkin Books & Studies

In this hope-filled, honest book Kyle Idleman offers stories about prodigals specifically for parents and grandparents of prodigals, as well as a series of prayers for readers to work through as they offer their prodigals to God.

Praying for your Prodigal

In the classic Mere Christianity, C.S. Lewis, the most important writer of the 20th century, explores the common ground upon which all of those of Christian faith stand together.

Mere Christianity

Not a Fan calls you to consider the demands and rewards of being a true disciple. With frankness sprinkled with humor, Idleman invites you to live the way Jesus lived, love the way he loved, pray the way he prayed, and never give up living for the One who gave his all for you.

Not a Fan

A decade into his successful ministry, Pastor Craig Groeschel realized a painful self-discovery: although he believed in God, he was leading his church as if God didn't exist. This book is an invitation for anyone courageous enough to admit their hypocrisy, get honest with God, shed the self-sufficiency, and live a life that truly brings glory to Christ.

The Christian Atheist

Central to God’s character is the quality of holiness. Yet, even so, most people are hard-pressed to define what God’s holiness precisely is. Many preachers today avoid the topic altogether because people today don’t quite know what to do with words like “awe” or “fear.” R. C. Sproul, in this classic work, puts the holiness of God in its proper and central place in the Christian life. He paints an awe-inspiring vision of God that encourages Christian to become holy just as God is holy.

The Holiness of God

Women today feel a constant pressure to improve themselves and just never feel like they’re “enough.” That’s because joy doesn’t come from a new self-improvement strategy; it comes from rooting their identity in who God says they are. This book calls women to look away from themselves in order to find the abundant life God offers them—contrasting the cultural emphasis on personal improvement and empowerment with what the Scriptures say about a life rooted, built up, and established in the gospel.

Enough About Me

If God is holy, then he can’t sin. If God can’t sin, then he can’t sin against you. If he can’t sin against you, shouldn’t that make him the most trustworthy being there is? Best-selling author Jackie Hill Perry, in her much anticipated follow-up to Gay Girl, Good God, helps us find the reason we don’t trust God - we misunderstand his holiness. In Holier Than Thou, Jackie walks us through Scripture, shaking the dust off of “holy” as we’ve come to know it and revealing it for what it really is: good news. Here, we will see that God is not like us. He is different. He is holy. And that’s exactly what makes him trustworthy. As it turns out, God being “holier than thou” is actually the best news in the world, and it’s the key to trusting him.

Holier Than Thou

Emily Jensen and Laura Wifler help you understand and apply the gospel to common issues moms face so you can connect your Sunday morning faith to the Monday morning tantrum.Discover how closely the gospel connects with today’s motherhood. Join Emily and Laura as they walk through the redemptive story and reveal how the gospel applies to your everyday life, bringing hope, freedom, and joy in every area of motherhood.

Risen motherhood

Racial Reconciliation

Conversations about racism are as important as they are hard for American Christians.Yet the conversation often gets so ugly, even among the faithful who claim unity in Jesus. Why is that the case? Why does it matter? Can things get better, or are we permanently divided?In this honest and hopeful book, pastor Isaac Adams doesn't just show you how to have the race conversation, he begins it for you. By offering a fictional, racially charged tragedy in order to understand varying perspectives and responses, he examines what is at stake if we ignore this conversation, and why there's just as much at stake in how we have that discussion, especially across color lines--that is, with people of another ethnicity. This unique approach offers insight into how to listen to one another well and seek unity in Christ. Looking to God's Word, Christians can find wisdom to speak gracefully and truthfully about racism for the glory of God, the good of their neighbors, and the building up of the church.

Talking About Race

In this five-part series, pastors Bryan Loritts and Matt Chandler use Paul’s words in Ephesians to address race, racism, and injustice. Through teaching and honest dialogues, Bryan and Matt will unpack the hard truths about America’s racial past and present and suggest a pathway forward of healing, justice, and hope for multiethnic harmony in the church.

Race & The Gospel

Phil Vischer, creator of Veggie Tales, answers important questions: Why are people angry? Why so upset? Didn't we elect a black president? Pass civil rights laws? Isn't racism illegal now? Let’s take a look at race in America…

Race in America

In 2016, pastor and Acts 29 president, Matt Chandler, hosted a panel discussion with several pastors to discuss racism, police brutality, white privilege, and recent shootings from a Christocentric vantage point.

Race & Reconciliation