Use these cool web-based visual resources to help you in your Bible reading.
GodTube is like YouTube, except with a Christian focus. It’s a dynamic community of people who are looking to connect, share, and belong. In its simplest form, GodTube is a video-driven social network where users can explore their faith and the tenets of Christianity.
Share Your Story Now
Share Your Story Now is a free resource offered by the American Bible Society. It has some great videos of Christian musicians talking about how the Bible has influenced and changed their lives.
Scriptures from the Heart
Scriptures from the Heart is another American Bible Society resource offering more testimonies from Christian musicians. Hear what they have to say about how the Bible influences their music and hear the stories behind some of the most well-known Christian songs sung in churches all over the world today.
iTunes offers heaps of Christian podcasts including Nooma previews. Nooma is a series of contemporary parable style messages on DVD. These short video podcasts capture the essence of each of the more than 20 Nooma's available.
Load up iTunes. If you don't have it, download it for free at the Apple site. iTunes is music management software that syncs with iPods.
Click on iTunes Store. Click on Podcasts. Type Nooma into the search bar at top right. You can download individual episodes or subscribe to the podcast.
You can search for other Bible related Podcasts. You will need an iPod to watch them, or watch them in iTunes.
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In spite of losing her eldest son, her house and her work in the earthquake Irma (pictured) is learning to live again. Irma and her family live in a tent in Cepem camp, one of many tent cities that sprang up after the earthquake.