Bible Tools

Welcome to our Bible Tools page, from here you can search the Bible, read or listen to the Bible online and grow in your Bible knoweledge and relationship with Jesus. The foundational core of our fellowship is built on a solid biblical foundation and has always placed special emphasis on the authority of Scripture, the supremacy of Jesus Christ.

Read the Bible Online

Search the Bible

Search the Bible by Testament, Category or Book using a word or phrase.

Listen to the Bible

Listen to the Bible chapter by chapter in either King James or World English format.

Read Story by Story

Read through the entire Bible story by story, selecting by testament, category or book. This tool organizes the Bible into storys for each book and chapter.

Read Chapter by Chapter

Read through the Bible chapter by chapter, selecting by testament, category or book. Read through the Bible in the traditional format of book and chapter

Study the Bible Online

Bible in a Year

Read the Bible in a year with our daily Bible using the New American Standard version.

Harmony of the Gospel

Study the common events in chronological order across all four Gospel accounts.

Names of Jesus

Study the names used to describe the character and person of Jesus througout the Bible.

Our Six Purposes: Prayer
"Who desires all people to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth. For there is one God, and there is one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus, who gave himself as a ransom for all, which is the testimony given at the proper time. ...I desire then that in every place the men should pray, lifting holy hands without anger or quarreling."
1st Timothy 2:46,8 (ESV)

Shades of Sin

Shades of Sin - Book

"The risk of being wrong is too high to rely on emotions and name calling. The eternal destiny of multiple billions of people hangs in the balance. Christians should have compassion for all, but we must think critically, and our thinking must be informed by careful exegesis of the Bible."

Traditionalists postulate an all-loving, all-powerful God who has revealed Himself in His inspired, inerrant Word. Non-traditionalists claim God is neither just nor loving if He tortures everyone in hell forever regardless of the life they lived. They are offended by such an idea and believe God is too. Since His Word speaks of hell, questions about hell in the final analysis are not philosophical but hermeneutical. Bible interpretation, properly done, provides ready answers for such life-and-death debates. We should not practice eisegesis, reading into the text what our philosophical penchant may be, but exegesis, getting out of the biblical text what the original author put in.

In his book "Shades of Sin: Underscoring God’s Love by Understanding Hell’s Fire," Pastor Bill Hofer inserts into the debate on eternal punishment an idea that undergirds God’s justice while maintaining the traditional doctrine of hell. You can read more here Westbow Press - Shades of Sin