10 Bookmarkable Biblical Resources for Christian Women

10 Bookmarkable Biblical Resources for Christian Women from Satisfaction Through Christ. If you're a Christian woman looking to grow your faith in Jesus than these 10 resources will be a help to you!

Questions. As Christian women, we’ve all got them: “How can I grow in my walk with the Lord?” “Where can I get some good advice on being a more godly wife?” “What’s a great resource for biblical parenting?” These days, it can be hard to know where to turn for great answers that are also biblically sound. Here are ten biblical resources to get you started.

1. Your Bible.
Remember 2 Timothy 3:16-17?

All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work.”

It might sound painfully obvious, but sometimes we go on the hunt for answers that are hidden in plain sight in God’s word. Study your Bible daily: good sized chunks of it, in context, from a good translation. And make some notes as you read.

2. BibleGateway
I can’t recommend this site highly enough. Want to check out a different version of the Bible? BibleGateway has dozens (and in scads of languages besides English), some even available in audio format. It also has a phenomenal concordance, Bible commentaries, dictionaries, and other tools to help you as you study God’s word.

3. GotQuestions.org
Always wondered what a particular verse means? Want to know what the Bible says about a certain topic? GQ answers–from Scripture– your toughest Bible questions. Their articles are brief and easy for even the newest Christian to understand.

4. CARM.org
If you’re new to studying apologetics, theology, or doctrinal issues (or even if you’re not), the Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry is an awesome clearinghouse of information. CARM’s articles are informative, yet written in easily understandable vocabulary for those of us who aren’t seminarians. While it covers a massive range of topics, two of its strongest points are its “Religious Groups and Cults” section (explaining what various non-Christian groups believe, how those beliefs are contrary to Scripture, and how to share the gospel with people from these groups), and its new, but growing “Preachers and Teachers” section, which examines the teachings of popular Christian teachers.

5. Answers in Genesis
Don’t let the name fool you– AIG is so much more than a fantastic Creation resource. They have articles on every biblical topic you could imagine, plus great resources and curricula for home school, Sunday school, and Vacation Bible School. And, if you’re ever in the Cincinnati area, be sure to check out the amazing Creation Museum!

6. Sola Sisters
A firm, yet gentle, discernment ministry with women at the helm is a rare find. Christine, Cathy, and Marcia were all saved out of various New Age movements and, as such, have a burden that Christian women not be deceived by some of the New Age fads and ideas that seem to be infiltrating the church. Yoga? Meditation? Essential Oils? Want to know how the current trends stack up against Scripture? Sola Sisters wants you to know, too.

7. Revive Our Hearts
From blog articles and books to the True Woman conference, to Nancy Leigh DeMoss’s outstanding radio program (if you can’t find it on your local station, you can listen on the web site), Revive our Hearts is dedicated to helping women grow in their relationship with the Lord. Of special interest is ROH’s sub-ministry, “Lies Young Women Believe,” geared towards helping young ladies in their teens and twenties grow in grace and spiritual maturity.

8. RickThomas.net (aka: Counseling Solutions)
A Fellow with the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors, Rick Thomas has served as both a counselor and pastor, and currently runs a training program for biblical counselors. His articles deal with a number of discipleship-related topics, but his Scripturally-rooted counsel on marriage, parenting, and other relationship issues is without peer. Articles appearing on the site are rapidly archived, so read them right away, or consider becoming a paid member (only $5 per month, and well worth it in my opinion).

9. Shepherding the Heart Ministries
Tedd Tripp, author of the superb, gospel-centered parenting book, Shepherding a Child’s Heart, provides helpful, biblical information on his web site for moms and dads seeking to be more godly parents. He answers a number of parenting questions via brief videos, and you can even contact him with your own questions.

10. Challies.com
Tim Challies is a pastor, blogger, and author. I love his daily thoughts on life and the Lord, but his book reviews are another strong feature of his site. Tim reviews dozens of popular Christian books every year. Most of his reviews are of non-fiction books (usually Christian Living and theology), but if a fiction book is making a big impact, he’ll review it. If you want to know how the Christian books you’re reading stack up to Scripture, run the author’s name through the Challies.com search bar and check out Tim’s review. And for true bookaholics, Tim sends out a daily list of good books that are on sale (or free!) for Kindle, and his weekly “Free Stuff Friday” is usually a giveaway of more awesome books.

 

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Your turn:
Are you a fan of any of these resources?
Got another doctrinally sound resource you’d like to recommend? 

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Michelle is a women’s Bible study author, ministry wife, and home schooling mom. She and her husband have six children in their tweens, teens, and twenties. Michelle enjoys reading, spending time with family, and staying active at church and in women’s ministry. Her goal in writing, speaking, and teaching is to train church ladies to be “Mighty Amazon Women” of God: strong in godliness, humility, submission, discernment, kindness, wisdom, apologetics, and hermeneutics.

Comments

  1. says

    I’ve also found the Monergism website a wealth of information – articles, MP3’s, etc. Wayne Grudem’s entire lecture series on his book Systematic Theology is available to download for free.

    • says

      I am looking forward to making use of BibleHub since two of y’all have recommended it.

      I came thisclose to adding Ligonier to the list since I use it often and enjoy Sproul, but I was trying to keep it to a nice, round number of 10. :0) One of the great things Ligonier does every January is to post a clearinghouse of Bible reading plans. There’s something for every Bible reader!

      The name Jen Wilkin sounds familiar. Does she write for The Gospel Coalition? I believe I may have read some of her articles there, but have never read any of her books. If I recall correctly, she (or somebody at TGC) is coming out with a book soon about teaching women HOW to study the Bible. I’m looking forward to that one!

      • says

        Yes! Ligoneer has been a great resource! Jen Wilkin does write for the Gospel Coalition sometimes, and also has her own blog @ http://jenwilkin.blogspot.com/. She has only written one book (to my knowledge), which was pretty recently released, called Women of the Word. The second half is all about how to study your bible, so I am guessing that is the one you have heard abot! I have only just read it recently, but have recommended it to everyone thus far! This is a great list! Thanks for sharing!!

        • says

          Yes, that must be the one! Tim Challies had a great review of it yesterday. Looking forward to getting my hands on it and possibly teaching it. :0)

  2. says

    Thanks for sharing this great resource~
    Thank you for stopping by the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop this week. We hope to see you drop by our neck of the woods next week!

  3. says

    Moms…I’ve been reading a great new book by Dr. Tony Evans. One of the goals of the book is to help parents grow in confidence as they discover their worth as a parent based on God’s Word. It’s called “Raising Kingdom Kids: Giving Your Child a Living Faith.” He says, “It’s far easier to SHAPE A CHILD than to REPAIR AN ADULT. Raising kids who recognize and retain their identity as children of the King launches healthy adults who have the capacity to stand strong in their faith.” Equipping and guiding our children starts with us, parents! This is the most solid, thorough, inspirational and affirming parent book I’ve ever read! I love it and HIGHLY recommend it for all parents!

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