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Question: I teach Sunday School to teens and plan on teaching adult Bible studies as well. Do you know of any comprehensive multimedia teaching materials that would cover all the books of the Bible, allowing me to read line by line from Genesis to Revelation and explain the spiritual meaning while also being able to simultaneously project photos, maps, charts, etc. relating to these scriptures to add depth to the teaching/preaching? –P.K.


Answer: A really good resource that does just this is Glo. I selected nearly 1,300 photos from my collections that were most relevant to each book of the Bible. Digital Immersion added hundreds of videos, charts, and graphics, all organized by biblical book and chapter. The software is very impressive, and remarkably inexpensive (~$60).

Readers who have other suggestions are welcome to post a comment.

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