Bible and books; recommendations on Bible journaling, home cleaning and blogging products and services


Nearly everyday, I’m asked for my recommendations on everything from Bible study reference books to Bible journaling supples. I created this resource page to easily list recommended services, products, and companies that I use and/or those I know are valuable. This way you can quickly find great products and services all in one place


Best Bible Study Reference Books and Bibles

NKJV Hebrew-Greek Key Word Study BibleThe Hebrew-Greek Key Word Study Bible identifies key words of the original languages with clear explanations of their meanings and usage. This Bible is easy-to-use and includes the Strong’s Dictionary numbering system for easy reference.

Dictionary of Biblical Imagery This unique reference offers an encyclopedic exploration of topics not found in ordinary Bible dictionaries, including images, symbols, motifs, metaphors, and literary patterns of the Bible. This is my go-to source for Bible symbolism.

Vine’s Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament WordsThis book allows you to easily access the alphabetized English equivalents of Greek or Hebrew words from which they are translated. Includes the most significant biblical words illustrated by Scripture passages, comments, cross-references, ancient and modern meanings, precise etymologies, historical notes, and clearly defined technical information. Vine’s Dictionary is a must-have for serious Bible study students.

I have a complete list of my top recommended Bible study tools to enhance your Bible study experience and help you learn and grow in the Word.

Best Christian Subscription Boxes

God’s Glory Box – One of my absolute favorites! I am a subscriber and an avid fan of God’s Glory Box. I’ve given them as gifts, too! You can grab a discount code to try a month (or longer) subscription in this post.

Faithbox – This fantastic box makes a wonderful gift for you or a friend. Each month, you’ll receive a new daily devotional as well as hand-picked items from companies that “do good”.  Faithbox is one of the top Christian subscription boxes available today.


Best Productivity Tools and Resources

CoziCozi is an amazing app you can use to organize your whole life and family. Cozi is free, easy-to-use, and multi-award winning app. You can do so much with it including calendar management, grocery lists, recipes, meal planning and more.

TrelloTrello is my organizing “ride or die”! I used it for everything including storing passwords, gift ideas and sizes for family members, blog post ideas and so much more. It’s like a digital bulletin board and can help you organize everything! There’s both free and paid versions of Trello. I use the free and a few “power-ups”. I absolutely love it!


Best Housecleaning Tools and Time Savers


Best Blogging Tools and Courses


Tailwind – Pinterest is the leading referrer to my website for one reason: Tailwind! Tailwind makes pinning and Pinterest management a breeze and includes tons of tools to help you win on Pinterest.

Blog Simple Framework (formerly Billionaire Blog Club)– This course took me from beginning blogger to explosive growth in a few short months. Covering everything from SEO to Email and from Funnels to Pinterest, I “cut my blogging teeth” here. The support , training and community are outstanding. If you are serious about starting a blog or growing your existing blog. DTC is THE course to help get you where you want to be. It’s just $1 to join this course with the option to add on for other modules and courses.

Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing – Affiliate marketing is a great way to boost your income from blogging, but mainly, it is a way to share your favorite products and services with your readers. In this course, Michelle, a hugely successful blogger, shares her tips on succeeding in affiliate marketing and how it helped her to live in a boat or RV full-time!. Highly recommended.

If you are a blogger, you try to diversify where your traffic comes from. If you are ready to up your SEO game, you will want to learn from a Master. In Simple Stupid SEO, Mike lays it all out and gives tons of tools to improve the SEO (and organic traffic) on your site.

If you are new to SEO and just want to “get your feet wet” or understand SEO and want to up your game, I highly recommend Easy On Page SEO by Debbie Gartner