Digital Discipleship Resources

Basics of the Christian Faith

The Basics of the Christian Faith (video link) - Sinclair Ferguson
Every believer can benefit from thoughtfully considering the basics of the Christian life. One of the most basic questions we should ask ourselves is, What does it mean to be a Christian? Sometimes, answering a question like this requires us to know what a Christian is not. In this lesson, Dr. Ferguson draws from John 8 to provide an overview of the spiritual condition and characteristics of the unbeliever so that we can ask if we are walking in the darkness or in the light.

The Trinity by Third Mill (web link)
There is only one God who exists eternally as three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. And each person of the Trinity is fully equal in power and glory. But how can this be? And why do we believe it? In these lessons we'll explore what the Bible teaches about this most essential doctrine of the Christian faith.

Resources for New Believers

Open the Bible
[The Flight]

The Flight: "The Flight" is a 3-session journey through the Bible that will introduce you to 5 people from the Old Testament, 5 events from the life of Jesus, and 5 gifts God gives to every Christian. It doesn’t matter how much or how little you know about the Bible, "The Flight" is a great place to begin.

Open the Bible
[The Drive]

The Drive: "The Drive" is a 30-session journey that explores the peaks and valleys of the Bible story. Once you’ve completed "The Flight", "The Drive" will take you deeper into the valleys of the Old Testament, the peaks of the glory of Jesus, and the ups and downs of the Christian life.

Open the Bible
[The Hike]

The Hike: "The Hike" is our most rigorous path through the Bible story. If you’re up for a challenge and you want to dig deep roots into God’s Word, this 50-session journey is for you. Each session includes 5 questions for personal reflection or group discussion.

We Believe in Christ

Investigate the roles our Lord Jesus Christ fulfilled in his incarnation, and what his life, death, and resurrection mean for us today.

Basics of Reformed Theology

What is Reformed Theology? - RC Sproul
There is something healthy about returning to one’s roots. When it comes to evangelical Christianity, its roots are found in the soil of the sixteenth-century Protestant Reformation. Just as the Reformers protested the corrupt teaching of the Roman Catholic Church, so today evangelicalism itself is in need of a modern reformation. In "What Is Reformed Theology?" Dr. R.C. Sproul offers a comprehensive introduction to Reformed theology. Simply put, it is the theology of the Protestant Reformers and the heart of historical evangelicalism. As C.H. Spurgeon once said, Reformed theology is nothing other than biblical Christianity.

Understanding the Whole Bible

The Bible Project -
Book Overviews

Visualize the shape and core themes of every book of the Bible through an illustrated outline.

From Dust to Glory -
RC Sproul

The whole scope of Scripture has been given to us by God for our instruction, for our reproof, and for our edification; Here Dr. Sproul starts out the “Dust to Glory” series in the first book of the Bible, Genesis. He speaks on the controversies we see and lessons we learn from Genesis’ recount of “Creation”.

The Bible Reading Challenge
Imagine a great table, loaded with the best food, perfectly prepared. This is how we view the Word of God, and it is our joy and privilege to encourage Christians to find their seats and share the bounty of it with us. The reading plan is simply the menu, the challenge is to become Christians who live and breathe the Word of God.

Understanding Theology

Calvin's Institutes - Greg Bahnsen is a free, comprehensive online theological library comprised of Reformed Christian resources designed to bring glory to Jesus Christ alone. The directory consists of original and aggregated content from around the world emphasizing the good news that salvation is God's free gift for guilty sinners, not a reward for the righteous.

The Westminster Confession of Faith - John Gersner
The Westminster Confession of Faith has, for hundreds of years, served as the doctrinal foundation of the Reformed churches. In this series, Dr. John Gerstner focuses his lifetime of scholarship on a comprehensive treatment of the meaning and application of this important confession for the life of the church. This is an exceptional series for pastors and church leaders.

Introduction to Covenant Theology - Camden Bucy
In this course, you will learn:
--The basic two-covenant structure of the Bible.
--The significant biblical symbolism of the tree of life.
--How specific features of the covenant with Moses relate to God’s overarching plan of salvation through Jesus Christ.
--How circumcision and baptism relate to faith and covenant membership.
--How the new covenant mediated by Jesus Christ is a better covenant enacted on better promises.

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Ligonier Ministry


Third Millennium Ministry


Reformed Theological Seminary
The free courses offered through Reformed Theological Seminary are available in two formats: via iTunes U and through the RTS Mobile App for Android and Apple devices. Course credit is only available for enrolled students, but in most cases the audio lectures available for free are the very same courses enrolled students use.

Covenant Theological Seminary
There are over 40 master’s-level classes available through Covenant Theological Seminary, and they also have a great app available which makes learning on your smartphone or tablet very convenient. You will need to create an account to listen to an entire course, but signing up is quick and you can preview two classes from each course without having an account.