Podcasts, Prayer resources, and Apps designed to help you explore your doubt and deepen your faith. 

Questioning Christianity

Questioning Christianity with Tim Keller is a seven-part podcast series for people who are interested in exploring Christianity. This series will help listeners work through tough questions like: Can there be moral absolutes? Does life have meaning beyond what I make of it? Can hope exist in the face of death Each of the talks and Q&A sessions were given by Tim Keller in 2019 before a live gathering in New York City, made up primarily of attendees who did not identify as Christian.

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The Book of Common Prayer

A permanent feature of Anglican worship and a key source for our doctrine, the Book of Common Prayer is loved for the beauty of its language and its services are widely used. This priceless gift of the Anglican church is now an app. We highly recommend its use for personal spiritual formation and development of a personal life of prayer. 

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Bible In One Year

The Bible in One Year is a daily Bible reading plan which takes you through the whole Bible in 365 days.  It is ideal for anyone who is looking for an easy and accessible way to read and understand the Bible.

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The New City Catechsim
The New City Catechism is a modern-day resource aimed at helping children and adults alike learn the core doctrines of the Christian faith via 52 questions and answers.

Available for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices, The New City Catechism mobile app makes it easy to take all 52 questions and answers with you wherever you go. The free app also includes suggested Scripture readings, short prayers, and devotional commentary, as well as kid-friendly songs designed to help children memorize each question and answer.

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Prayer Resources

 We are grateful for these excellent apps to help you spend time with God and the Bible, God's words to us. To learn more about them, watch the videos below, or visit their websites. 


Deeper than mindfulness, Soultime offers a style of meditation that touches your heart and soul, not just your mind. Soultime brings the tradition of Christian meditation up to date in a beautiful, modern, emotionally aware app.


We experience the Scriptures in a different way when we hear them versus when we read them. Try using your ears to renew your mind with Dwell. Walk through Scripture with themed playlists on subjects such as “hope” and “forgiveness.”

YouVersion Bible App

A daily rhythm of seeking intimacy with God has the power to transform lives. That’s why YouVersion creates biblically centered, culturally relevant experiences that encourage and challenge people to seek God throughout each day.

BibleProject App

When we read the Bible the way it was designed, we discover a unified story. We’re building a reading journey that equips you with the skills to see the larger story of the Bible, every time you read.