Scripture Untangled Podcast
The Word for Life Video Series
This interview series delve deeper into perspectives on the Bible with Christian leaders and how it has influenced them over the years. They also talk about how they engage with the Bible and help their congregations and constituents stay connected to the Word.
Bible Engagement in the Digital Age
Daily Bible Reading
A list of carefully selected Bible verses that provides daily inspiration.
Daily Bible Reading Guide
Through the Bible in a Year
“Fear Not” is a comic book series ideal for kids 8-12 years old that touches on themes of fear, anxiety, loneliness, and, more importantly, how believing in God helps us in our challenges.
Words of Comfort
Words of Encouragement
How we help your church engage with the Bible
Across Canada and abroad, Christian communities are looking for creative ways to stay connected with one another.
Please share these free Bible resources with your congregation, friends, neighbours and relatives. A gift to you made possible by the supporters of the Canadian Bible Society.
The Word for Families
A series of fun story booklets – with activities – that help children, youth and families engage with the Scriptures together. These booklets are FREE to download and can be printed at home.
Bible Study Tools
The Bible Course
Whether you’re well versed in Scripture or just starting out on the journey, The Bible Course offers a superb overview of the world’s best-selling book.
What the Bible Says About Race
Your church, school or small group can engage in a conversation with this free study and video series which challenges us to live more justly towards all people.
The Bible Explored
The Bible is the greatest-selling book of all time. This resource explains some of the history of the Bible and how it became the most widely distributed book in history.
Tracings of the Canadian Soul
Tracings of the Canadian Soul shows how the biblical principles, Scriptures and faith that helped shape our nation are reflected in the design, architecture of our Parliament Buildings.