On Daily Bible Readings you can sign up for an email containing comments and notes on the chapters of each days readings (dailyreadings.co.uk).
Bro David Caudrey writes a daily meditation on the readings. Email him at and ask to be included on his mailing list.
Robert Prins, author of the “Thinky Things” books and “That We May be One” has two mailing lists–one daily, with a Bible meditations for each day of the year, and the other (“Marriage Moments”) weekly advice on building stronger marriages. You can sign up for one, the other or both.
Bible Study Resources
Livonia Online Bible Class Library, or Livonia Tapes, was originally created by the Livonia Ecclesia in Detroit for the use of their own members, but has now become the largest collection of Christadelphian mp3s on the internet. We are now using Livonia Tapes to archive our own studies recorded here in Perth, and exhortations from the Perth Ecclesias are periodically posted to the exhortations page (scroll to the bottom of the page) (livoniatapes.com)
Christadelphian Books Online contains a comprehensive list of books, magazines and other Christadelphian content freely accessible online.
Croogle (Left) is a custom Google search engine that only includes results from Christadelphian websites.
The Christadelphian Vault was initially created to store studies from Rathmines Bible School, but has now grown to include whole range of content including audio files, transcripts and scanned books and study notes (christadelphianvault.net).
Daily Bible Readings is a website for Christadelphians using the daily reading planner. People can leave comments on each chapter, or sign up for an email containing each days readings notes. (dailyreadings.co.uk)
The Bible Info Bible Readings App is a mobile application that displays the bible readings for the current date, with a choice of different translations. It can be installed as a web app on iPhone and Android. Is also compatible with Windows Phone.
Christadelpian Tidings is the main magazine of the Christadelphians in the United States. Their new website (launched in 2012) now has articles dating from December 1998. Ultimately, the site will include access to all past Tidings’ articles dating back a number of decades. The Caribbean Pioneer magazine was formally incorporated into Tidings magazine in 2005 and an article archive is also accessible online.
The Christadelphian Isolation League produces and distributes spiritual content for brethren and sisters in isolation, or who suffer from some kind of disability like blindness. Content includes exhortations, Sunday School lessons, lectures, bible study papers, a recordings library and braille magazines and books. Much of this is now available through the website.
Christadelphian Studies is another Perth website and contains a range of mp3 studies digitized from cassette tapes, scanned notes and other resources (christadelphianstudies.net)
|Ritmeyer Archeological Design – Bro Leen Ritmeyer is an archaeologist and a leading authority on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. He has been involved in all of Jerusalem’s major excavations, and now blogs about developments in the world of Biblical archeology. Have researched the problems of the Temple Mount for more than 30 years he feel passionately that the public needs to be informed on what has been called the tinderbox of the Middle East.||
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Christadelphian Sisters is a website to provide encouragement for sisters as keepers of the home, mothers and helpers in the ecclesia.
Fellowship, Events, and Updates
The Christadelphian Magazine maintains the most comprehensive list of the events happening at ecclesias throughout the world. Previously only available through the magazine, now it is accessible online through the website. Two lists exist–one for Fraternal gatherings and studies, the other for Youth events.
Ecclesia Announce is a fortnightly email update with news from Christadelphian ecclesias around the world, and also a directory of email addresses to help you contact others. If you are registered with Ecclesia-Announce, you can: (a) choose to be sent Ecclesia-Announce e-mails; (b) add your address to the E-Mail Director and (c) find addresses of other Christadelphians (eirene.com/eliza).
Ecclesia Discuss is a mailing list for the discussion of any topic of interest to Christadelphians. To subscribe, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the word “subscribe” in the subject line.
Christadelphian Yellow Pages was created to help the worldwide Christadelphian community find brethren and sisters who can products or services.
|The Christadelphian Bible Mission of the Americas has a blog, which they publish updates to; a regular newsletter, which you can sign up for; and a Facebook Page, which you can connect with. Newsletters are published monthly, and there is an archive accessible here. The CBMA/CBMC is active throughout the Carribean, Latin America and North America as well as with the Truth Corps Program.||
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You can register your email with Christadelphian-Meal-a-Day to receive updates about the work they are doing. The frequency of updates is approximately once every three months. CMaD supports sustainable social development projects in some of the poorest countries in the world. It is presently working in Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe and South America.
You can sign up for email updates from the Williamsburg Christadelphian Foundation. Since 1976, the Foundation has provided services and resources beyond the usual scope provided by Christadelphian ecclesias. WCF also promotes projects designed to help the worldwide Christadelphian community to preach the gospel of the Kingdom of God and prepare for Christ’s return. This includes supporting field workers and projects in the mission fields.
|The Cambodian Bible Education Centre blogs about their activities, including reports from fieldworkers and their time in Phnom Penh.
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The Christadelphian Bethezer Fund provide welfare, relief and developmental aid to the poor and needy in Southeast Asia and Oceania. Sign up to receive email updates.
Websites for Preaching
The Gospel of Your Salvation is preaching website that uses a “semi-interactive” style, where input from the reader influences the flow of material. This is achieved by listing at the end of each article some potential responses you might have to that article; these responses are links to other articles. (www.one-gospel.org)
This is Your Bible is a Christadelphian site that allows people to register for a free online Bible study course. This 28 lesson Bible course follows the chronology of the Bible and highlights Bible teaching in its historic context. It is ideal if you want to learn about the main themes of the Bible and to understand the structure of the book. Individual tutors and other resources are available to assist students throughout the course. (thisisyourbible.com)
What Do We Believe is a sub-site of Perth Christadelphians but has been designed for use independently of it. It is intended to simply give a clear outline of the Christadelphian beliefs showing exactly where we differ from other denominations. The intended audience are Christians with an existing level of bible literacy (whatdowebelieve.org).
The Bible Exhibition is a free visual display on the Bible and Bible related themes. It is on display throughout Australia at various centres and is open to the public as much as possible. The Bible Exhibition has been designed to bring the “hope in God” to the attention of every person and to encourage them to “seize the hope” that is set before them (Hebrews 6:18). (thebibleexhibition.org.au)
Exploring the Bible is a free step-by-step Bible Study Course designed for
everyone – a course that follows the story of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. It sets out the fundamental teachings of the Bible clearly; gives the Bible’s correct historical setting; sets out the overall plan and purpose of God with the earth; explains the teaching and work of Christ; gives the key to interpreting Bible prophecy and explains the hope you can share through the Gospel.
You Version (Right) is a simple, ad-free Bible application you can get for all your electronic devices.
Holy Land Photos is a useful resource when looking for images for talks and presentations.