Adult Resources

Growing together while we're apart

Given that it appears many of us will be relatively homebound for the foreseeable future, I wanted to suggest a few ways to utilize some of the extra time we will have not doing things we normally do in order to grow in the grace and knowledge of Jesus Christ (2 Pet 3:18). Of course, it’s easier to binge watch Netflix, but we should consider during this time how we might “discipline ourselves for godliness” (1 Tim 4:7).

Please also consider utilizing some of the options below for your own continued growth in godliness. Our hope and desire would be that you would seek to use these resources not merely for your own growth, but to do so “with” others as well, whether that is by phone, text, email, video conference, or social media. 

I will be continuing to update this resource page with additional articles, studies, and videos as I find them. As always, if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.

– Pastor John Biegel

Devotional Materials

  • Westminster Books has put together a free PDF of some of their favorite chapters that help us slow down and understand ourselves and our God in the midst of scary and uncertain times. It inculdes readings from Ed Welch's , Paul Tauteges' Anxiety: Knowing God's Peace, Sara Wallace's Created to Care: God's Truth for Anxious Mom's, David Powlison's God's Grace in Your Suffering, and more.


Any of these resources can be used individually, but we’d encourage you to consider asking a few friends to work through some of these resources alongside you (virtually, of course).