Free online resources

Resources for children and youth

Videos and YouTube channels 
There are lots of great videos to help teach the Bible to children available on YouTube. Check out Saddleback kids for Bible stories suitable for kids up to age 10, or the Beginner’s Bible for younger children. The Beginner’s Bible website also has some extra activities. What’s in the Bible? with Buck Denver is also a firm favourite at St Anne’s and well worth checking out, as well as their website which has some extra activities such as colouring sheets and games.

Music and playlists
One of the best ways to help your children learn and remember Bible truths is to encourage them to sing them! Some of our favourite artists are Colin Buchanan, Awesome Cutlery, Sovereign Grace Kids, Slugs and Bugs, and Maynard’s Groovy Bible tunes. Search for them on Spotify, Apple Music, and other streaming services.

Kids’ talks with Colin
Colin Buchanan has produced some new talks for kids – obviously with some of his music too! Check them out here.

Max 7 Bible resources
The Max 7 website has loads of resources, including videos created by our friend Rod down in Australia. Check it out for videos, songs, crafts and other activities.

Bible Crafts
Download this free book of 101 bible crafts. Also check out My Little House for some amazing templates to build whole Bible scenes!

Diary of a disciple
Diary of a disciple is a series of great books for kids aged 8-11. Have a look at the website for some free resources including a download of the audiobook and links to videos.

Faith in Kids
Faith in Kids are streaming a daily family Bible-time video on their Youtube channel which is well-worth a watch! They’ve also started a new podcast stream designed especially for kids to listen to with their parents. In addition they offer a podcast especially for parents to help equip them for raising their children to know and love Jesus.

Youth Videos
The Bible Society and Good News Youth Bible have produced a series of short videos for youth, to tackle some of the most challenging and chat-worthy parts of the Bible.

Resources for adults

Bible Gateway: Online Bible 
Bible Gateway is a brilliant way to access the Bible online and provides lots of different translations and languages. The NIVUK version, which we use at St Anne’s, is even available to listen to read by actor David Suchet – just click on the speaker icon.

PrayerMate – prayer app
The PrayerMate app is an amazing tool to help you pray regularly for all the things you might otherwise forget to pray for! You can add your own prayer points for family and friends, and also download ready-made ones from churches, organisations, mission partners, and scripture. Daily prayer points for ST Anne’s are available on the app.

Clayton TV – videos and talks
Clayton TV has collated a vast array of amazing video-based resources and made them available for free through this website, including talks from major conferences, video-based courses, evangelistic tools, sermons… it really is a fantastic resource – check it out NOW!!

Hymns of Hope – music playlist from the Gettys
Singing truth about God and the hope we have in him can be a great way of helping us take these truths to heart. Keith and Kristyn Getty have put together this playlist of some of their songs which might be particularly helpful at the moment.

Christianity Explored
Christianity Explored is a short video-based course designed to help people get to grips with the basics of the Christian faith. If you’ve never done it it’s well worth doing. Take a look at their YouTube channel and get in touch with us if you’d like to join a group at St Anne’s.

The Bible Society UK
The Bible Society UK has a number of resources to help you engage with Gods’ word, including devotionals, Bible book guides and videos.

Coronavirus and Christ
This free ebook written by John Piper offers six biblical answers to the question, What is God doing through the coronavirus?—reminding us that God is at work in this moment in history.

Crossway books and resources
Crossway have a number of free resources on offer, including a couple of ebooks, some Bible verse cards, articles and podcasts. It’s well worth checking out!

The Bible project – scripture videos
The Bible project produces really great animated videos to help get adults and youth get to grips with books of the Bible and Biblical themes. Their Bible books series is particularly helpful in providing a simple visual overview of each book of the Bible – enjoy!