I like doing my lesson online and thought that it might be good to share some tools I have found that make it easier and a more rich and in-depth study.
Obviously, bsfgroups.org (now preview.bsfinternational.org/lessons) is the official location for getting the lesson in a pdf format with space to type in answers on the form.
bsfonline.org goes lesson by lesson and provides all of the bible passages referenced in the lesson in one concise place.
blueletterbible.org is my favorite source for getting deeper into the word. With one click I can see dozens of different versions of any passage. It also links to the Greek and provides translation and interpretation through Strong’s Dictionary. There are also links to sermons and study materials from pillars of faith.
dropbox.com is the tool I use to store my lesson. Dropbox automatically puts a copy on my work computer, home computer and even provides access via web if I am somewhere else. No more excuses that my lesson is at home so I can’t work on it over lunch at the office.
wordpress.com is, obviously, the blogging tool I use.
biblegateway.com is not only a great bible site but it reads the passages. This is not a mechanical, computer voice but a voice actor. On the long passages (like last week to read 2nd Thes) I can turn it on while doing other chores and get the joy of hearing the word. This is also helpful to learn the pronunciation of many of the towns.
atozmom.wordpress.com is another bsf lesson blogger who has been doing this for a few years.
If you have others, please share them for everyone reading this to see. Do you have favorite blogs, websites, tools or especially mobile apps that you use?
2 thoughts on “Online Resources”
Hi, I just discovered your blog! I stated my own blog in 2007, but just started posting answers to BSF study questions last year.
In addition to the resources you mentioned, I use Bible Hub dot com. I use Drop box for business, but I prefer Google Drive for BSF lessons.
Keep up the great work!
Thank you for these references and links. I use dropbox too but I’m now reminded to save my lesson to it too.