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We are excited to be able to partner with Ligonier Ministries, being one of the first to offer this outstanding Bible study resource: The Reformation Study Bible Notes (NKJV and ESV). These study Bibles have been thoroughly revised and carefully crafted under the editorial leadership of R.C. Sproul. REFORMATION STUDY BIBLE Over…

The definition of synchronization (sync for short) is, the coordination of events to keep them in time. One of the most underrated and important features of the Olive Tree Bible App is the sync feature. If you’re not familiar with syncing, here are five things you need to know…

When I was youth pastor, at least once a year I would open up my Bible and tell the students to turn to the book of Hezekiah. After 30 seconds of pages flapping and Bible app searching I would then reveal that there is no such book (although you can…

2016 was a great year as people just like you used the Olive Tree Bible App for reading and studying God’s word! All around the world and from all walks of life people continued to use the app for personal devotions, sermon preparation, small group gatherings, church worship services and…

Encounter the living Jesus in all of Scripture. From the Passion Movement, The Jesus Bible, NIV Edition, with exclusive articles from Louie Giglio, Max Lucado, John Piper, Ravi Zacharias, and Randy Alcorn, lifts Jesus up as the lead story of the Bible. Profound yet accessible study features help you meet…

Did you know that you can buy an eBook or Bible study resource for someone? It’s easy to do and makes a great giving option, especially if someone you know has an Olive Tree wishlist. First, go to the specific product page of the title you want to give. Under…

One feature we’ve had quite a few requests for is the ability to make a wish list and we are happy to announce that this is now possible at www.OliveTree.com. If you are logged in with your Olive Tree account, click on any product and you will see a button…

If you would have said the word ‘Advent’ to me when I was a kid my first thought would have been some sort of calendar with doors that a few of my friends families had hanging in their house during the Christmas season. Advent – in any form – was…

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