Every time I write a new Bible lesson I have a few places I go to for ideas. These are Bible resources I know will give me great content or show me a better way to teach the topic.
My go-to online places for Bible resources
Of course, I’m going to tell you that I have dozens of resources for teaching Bible lessons, and there are ideas for most major Bible stories. So, if you’ve come here from Pinterest looking for Bible resources, then make sure to stick around and check out what’s going on here.
I’ll be honest, this will be listed in the order I think of them, and comes partially from the places I’ve discovered I link to over and over again for Bible lessons.
- Future Flying Saucers– she delivers great object lessons most weeks for her Awana class, and I love how she looks at the different topics. I frequently leave her site with a new insight into the lesson I was looking up.
- Crafting the Word of God– you’ve seen a few of their crafts on my blog because they make great printable projects. Something I am not particularly good at.
- Jesus without Language– Another great site for printable Bible crafts, and again you’ve seen her material here a few times because they’re fun and cute.
- Almost Unschoolers– if you want fun snacks for your Bible lesson this is the place to go to.
- Proverbial Homemaker– Lego challenges, my Gospels board is filled with her challenges for the book of Matthew.
- Hands on Bible Teacher– Every time I read her posts I see so many amazing ideas
- My Pinterst Boards– I have over a dozen Pinterst boards for Bible ideas and each board has around 100 pins
My go-to physical Bible resources
- What’s in the Bible DVDs– I love this series, it’s probably the only time in recent years that I’ve made a point to buy it on the day the video came out. Phil Vischer does a great job of explaining what the Bible says and how it all relates together. It’s genius.
- Jesus Storybook Bible– I love how this story Bible points every story, Old and New Testament, back to Jesus. It’s a great resource to look at if you’re wanting to know how a story relates to the Gospel.
- Bible Story Handbook– This is intended for pastors, but it does a great job of pointing out the common mistakes we make in teaching a story, I like to read it occasionally to see what mistakes I might be making.
- Bible Project-A great resource to share with older tweens and teens to help them put together the ideas of the Bible.
What are your go-to Bible resources?
You can also find several thousand individual ideas on my Pinterest boards. I’ve done the hard work for you of finding awesome material for your homeschool and Sunday School.