by Pastor Clint Schnekloth
So maybe you have decided to read the Bible in one year. Good for you! Now you are struggling with the very practical question: Where can I find Bible study tools?
In previous months we've looked at how to pick a study Bible and where to read the Bible online.
Here's another way to study the Bible:
3. Use online study tools
Many people want to study the Bible, but with study tools embedded. For this purpose, there are many dynamic study resources. One of the best -- http://www.enterthebible.org -- is hosted by Luther Seminary. This site is a guide to the Bible but also a study tool. You can create study plans, take notes, and join the conversation.
In addition, many clergy find sermon prep web sites helpful for studying the lectionary text for the week (lectionary being a fancy word for the schedule of readings for Sunday worship). Two of the best are WorkingPreacher.org and The Hardest Question. The most comprehensive is www.textweek.com.
Check back for other tips in the coming months, or view the whole list here.