Discipleship Resources

As we continue in this season of being separate from each other, we want to provide you with resources to keep growing with the Lord.

Online Resources

Charleston Library: Charleston county public library offers a huge range of resources online. If you do not have a SC library card, they are offering temporary online cards! Apply for one here.
Hoopla: This ccpl partner offers incredible access to ebooks and other online format resources (movies, audiobooks, etc.) You can sign up for an account with your SC library card.  You can access this through the web or on their HOOPLA App. https://www.hoopladigital.com
Bible Reading PlanWe are reading through the book of John together as a church. Download the printable reading check list! 
Amazon: Amazon currently has the movie "The Gospel of John" free to watch if you have Prime. Check it out! 

Books + Commentaries

(digital copies free through Hoopla)

John Prayer Journal

ESV Prayer Bible
Shawn Maze has formatted this resource from the ESV Prayer Bible so that we can work through the book of John in prayer. 

John Overview

Bible Project
Overview of the book of John as well as two videos breaking the book of John into two parts.
Video 1
Video 2

Covid19 Neighboring Toolkit

The Art of Neighboring
From the writers of the book "The Art of Neighboring" they have created a great resource to help connect with your neighbors during this time of social distancing. This is a free resource!

How to Pray

Pete Greig
"Written to evoke a passion for prayer in everyone.  The basic idea is that prayer is a conversation between you and God. Pete Greig demystifies and reenchants prayer, helping you to find prayer achievable and enjoyable, and ultimately life-giving and life-changing."

Gospel Fluency

Jeff Vanderstelt
"Becoming fluent in the gospel happens by immersing yourself in it until you actually start to think about life through it.  After believing it, we have to intentionally rehearse it (to ourselves and to others) and immerse ourselves in its truths. Only then will we start to see how everything in our lives,  is transformed by the hope of the gospel."

The Gospel of John

F.F. Bruce
Commentary. Verse-by-verse exposition of John, based on Bruce's own translation of the Gospel. Footnotes and bibliography are included, pointing the reader to resources for further study.

The Message of John

Bruce Milne
Through the eyes of faith John retells the story of the Word, drawing out its meaning for his contemporaries so that they "might come to believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God" and "have life in his name."  Bruce Milne's commentary states "The gospel is always summoning us to explore it more fully."