Artwork & Photos
Visual aids can enhance individual Bible study and classroom teaching. The content here includes photos from Bible lands, maps of the world as people knew it in Old and New Testament times, and illustrations from old books that are now in the “public domain,” which means they are free to use.
Listen to full-length sermons from various speakers and congregations; watch brief YouTube videos about Bible topics; enjoy a capella song services; and find the live streams of local churches.
The Greatest Hymns on YouTube
This YouTube collection of 50-plus hymns is based on a compilation by evangelist and hymn writer Matthew Bassford. It includes professionally choreographed videos, studio remixes with one person singing all the parts, informal performances in various locations, congregational singing and audio-only recordings.
Truth-seekers have an array of technological tools at their disposal in the digital age. Visit this page for links to Bible software, mobile applications, search tools and more.
The rise of online video has been a boon to a capella singing, the type of “songs, hymns and spiritual songs” for praise and worship as practiced in the New Testament (Eph. 5:18-19; Col. 3:16). Watch performances of “Amazing Grace,” “It Is Well” and other familiar tunes on this page.