Resources

Inspired by the Bible

There are tons of options when it comes to Bible study resources. They often are presented as guides for men or women or some life stage, whether we’re young, old, or somewhere in between.

This list of resources tries to influence as well: this is the day that the Lord has made; rejoice and be glad. And, seek first the kingdom and everything else will be given. And, take up your cross everyday.

In studying the Bible people can come together in order to fellowship and devote time to Scripture reading, discussion and prayer. It’s also a time of sending people back out into our unruly world with more of a sense of God’s presence working in and through them.

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RIGHT NOW MEDIA

Because you’re part of the Parkside Church family, you have access to the entire RightNow Media library. Check out  the amazing library at www.rightnowmedia.org.

To obtain access to this valuable resource, check the appropriate box on the connection card of each Sunday Bulletin or send your request to office@parksideauburn.com.

Bible Gateway

Bible Gateway is a searchable online Bible in more than 200 versions and 70 languages that you can freely read, research, and reference anywhere. With a library of audio Bibles, a mobile app, devotionals, email newsletters, and other free resources, Bible Gateway equips you not only to read the Bible, but to understand it.

Blue Letter Bible

Blue Letter Bible provides powerful tools for an in-depth study of God’s Word through our free online reference library, with study tools that are grounded in the historical, conservative Christian faith.

The Narrow Path

The Narrow Path is the radio and internet ministry of Steve Gregg, a servant Bible teacher to the body of Christ. We hope that you may find great benefit from the valuable resources offered here without charge. If you click on the various tabs above, you will be able to peruse all that is available. If you would like to listen to Steve’s live broadcasts, but do not live in an area where it is broadcast, you may do so by visiting the Radio Program page. There you will find a links to listen to either the “live” broadcasts, or to the archived programs.