Difficult times often provoke special generosity. That has proven the case with many Christian ministries and businesses in these difficult and uncertain days. Here is some of the free or discounted material that has been made available. (Feel free to leave a Facebook comment if you know of material I’ve missed and I’ll update accordingly.)
The Pilgrim’s Progress
The new animated version of The Pilgrim’s Progress is free for the viewing.
Is Genesis History?
The film Is Genesis History? is now free to view online.
Ligonier Ministries has opened up their collection of teaching series, which represents something like 2,500 lectures. They’ve also added 20+ teaching series to Amazon Prime and unlocked the group study feature at Ligonier Connect so you can take courses with others.
Zondervan is offering two weeks to explore their MasterLectures series for free. Then, if you use code TIMCHALLIES you’ll get 50% off the first three months. I have put together a list of courses I recommend. My family is currently watching Greg Koukl’s The Story of Reality and enjoying it.
Truth:78 has resources to help with family discipleship.
Logos is offering free access to some of their resources and courses, plus a free Faithlife Connect subscription (which allows you to watch films, documentaries, etc).
Crossway is offering free access to their ESV.org basic subscription plan to all users through May 31, 2020. This gives access to study Bibles and other solid resources. They’ve also good a handful of free ebooks.
Westminster Books is offering Read Slow, which is a free download and provides encouragement to read books in a day of anxious headlines.
The Good Book Company
Adventures in Odyssey
Adventures in Odyssey is offering a free 4-week trial.
Audible has opened up Audible Stories for free. There are lots of classic and contemporary works there.
Simeon Trust has reduced the cost of their courses from $19 to $9.
The Dwell Bible app is free for 60 days.
Redeem TV has launched a beta of their software with lots of free shows and movies.
Several publishers are offering discounted Kindle books for kids. You may want to track my Kindle Deals page for current and upcoming offers. For now, here’s the list:
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