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COVID-19 Resources

Click here to go to our "Messages" page where you can find past messages as well as current online messages. You can also subscribe to our YouTube channel.

Harvest Spotify playlist

Click here to go to a playlist containing songs we often sing together in our Sunday morning gatherings.


Upbeat songs for quarantined kids

Click here for a fun Spotify playlist for kiddos!
Click here for the article from The Gospel Coalition about the playlist.


Bible memory phone app

Click here to go to the website or download the app on your phone.


The Bible Project

The Bible Project has weekly emails aimed to encourage believers with truth during this time. Click here to sign up for their weekly "church at home" emails or click here to check out their many other resources and videos to supplement your Bible reading!

They are also offering free online Bible courses. Click here to check them out.


American Gospel: a two-part series

Christ Alone (2018)

Is Christianity Christ + the American dream? American Gospel examines how the prosperity gospel (the Word of Faith movement) has distorted the gospel message, and how this theology is being exported abroad.
This feature-length film is the first in a series.


Christ Crucified (2019)

The gospel message of "Christ crucified" has always been offensive. In our culture it is common for preachers to soften the offense of the cross, and the attributes of God that are displayed in the person of work of Jesus Christ. "American Gospel: Christ Crucified" explores how the paths of post-modernism and progressive Christianity lead to a different gospel, and a god created in our own image.

"But we preach Christ Crucified, to Jews a stumbling block and to Gentiles foolishness..." (1 Cor. 1:23)

- We often hear the phrase, “Jesus died for our sins.” What does that mean?
- Is the God of the Old Testament the same as the God in the New Testament?
- Did God the Father kill Jesus?
- Can a loving God also express wrath?
- Why is hell necessary?


Free resources from Crossway

Click here for a link to the Crossway website where they offer a list of free resources for you to check out during your stay at home during COVID-19! They offer a variety including ebooks, articles, podcasts, and more.


Lifeway Digital pass

Click here to explore the free resources Lifeway offers online. There are great resources for kids, families, and individuals! 


Recommended Podcasts 

Links to podcasts coming soon! For now, simply search for the podcast in whatever podcast platform you choose.

knowing faithKnowing Faith Podcast by the Village Church



alisa childersThe Alisa Childers Podcast



Global missionsGlobal Missions Podcast



bible projectBible Project Podcast



TGC Q&ATGC Q&A Podcast

HYG podcastHarvest Youth Group Podcast: Conversations with Harvest Youth Group students during the Coronavirus Quarantine (Co-hosted by Matt Eldredge and Christian Gmelin).




Recommended Reading

If you have ever used the excuse you don’t have time to read, many of us have now been “gifted” with this time.

Below is a list of book recommendations if you're looking for something to read. Click on the title of the book for a link to purchase it!

Big Picture Story Bible

Big pictureNo child is too young to begin learning about the greatest love story of all—God’s love for his people, as portrayed in the Bible. This book presents the “big picture” of the Bible—the unified story running through the Old and New Testaments. This delightful book will help children learn the Bible’s whole story and begin to appreciate the fulfillment of God’s promise to his people.



Seek and Find Bible for Kids

Seek and Find BibleIf you are looking for a good Bible for kids, you can’t beat their Seek and Find Bible!






If God is Good: Faith in the Midst of Suffering and Evil

If God is good

This is a long read (530 pages). But many of you have time you didn’t have before to read. It’s worth the time! Right now the kindle version is on sale at for $1.99!





Walking with God through Pain and Suffering

Walking with God through

Anything Timothy Keller writes is worth reading. This one is no exception. He is a pastor-theologian who knows how to communicate God’s unchanging truth in ways that are real and deeply moving to hearts and minds of this post-Christian, post-truth age.




The Lord of the Rings: One Volume


“One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them.” If you liked the movies, you (hopefully) will love the book! Much more in-depth and detailed than the movies could have accomplished. As my son says of Tolkien, “No one can build a world like Tolkien can.” Now you can get it in one volume for a great low price! This new edition includes the fiftieth-anniversary fully corrected text setting and, for the first time, an extensive new index.


Delighting in the Trinity: An Introduction to the Christian Faith

Delighting in the Trinity

Why is God love? Because God is a Trinity. Why can we be saved? Because God is a Trinity.
How are we able to live the Christian life? Through the Trinity. In this lively book, we find an introduction to Christianity and the Christian life that is from start to finish rooted in our triune God―Father, Son, and Spirit. Not only do we understand the person and work of Christ through the Trinity, but also prayer, the church and every aspect of our faith. With wit and clarity, Reeves draws from church history down to the present referencing a wide range of notable teachers and preachers. Here is a rich and enjoyable portrayal of the basic beliefs of Christianity that opens up the profound and life-changing truths of our faith. A must-read for every Christian!

The Story of John G. Paton or Thirty Years Among South Sea Cannibals

The story of John G. PatonSome of the best reading you can invest in as a Christian is reading missionary biographies. In his thrilling autobiography, John G. Paton relates his life spent as a missionary among the cannibal peoples of the South Sea Islands, and the education and development he helped bring to those remote isles.