Changing the way the world reads the Bible.
Learn to see Jesus in every story.
What if we started reading the Bible the way Jesus taught his disciples?
In Luke 24, Jesus taught his disciples that every story in the Bible points directly to him. When we read the stories of the heroes of Scripture, a pattern appears again and again — one of suffering followed by glory. In fact, every story features something that points to Jesus’s suffering on the cross, followed by something that reflects the glory of his resurrection.
Designed for every stage of your journey.
Like the gospel, our videos and lessons are for everyone. We offer materials and resources for all, no matter where you are along your journey in faith.
Do you like to learn at your own pace? Our lessons complement personal Bible study and daily devotions. Understand your Savior on a deeper level and grow closer to him as you explore his teachings.
Do you prefer to study the Bible in fellowship with other believers? Our resources work just as well for church Bible studies, small groups, and community groups as they do for personal reflection.
Are you looking for biblical resources that you can study together as a family? Our engaging, animated videos serve as a wonderful Bible study tool for families with children of all ages.
We’ve made it easy for you to find Jesus in every Bible story.
Whether you are new to the faith, are a seasoned believer, or work in the ministry, you’ll find that our content sheds new light on the meaning of your favorite Bible stories.
Each of our engaging, animated videos tells a Bible story, then reveals its connection to Jesus, making it easy to find him on a deeper level in every story.
We take a deeper dive into each Bible story, offering a pastoral discussion of the story’s connections to Jesus and how you can apply the lesson to your personal life.
We provide you with written notes for further study, including supporting written commentary and a “Gospel Connections” chart that summarizes the parallels between each Bible story and Jesus.
A sound Biblical approach.
We take a “literary approach” to interpreting Scripture. This means we see the Bible as a beautiful work of factual literature, and we understand it is as a book that tells one unified story. We look for themes, symbols, and images that recur throughout the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation. When we read the Bible using this literary approach, we discover that the common theme uniting all of Scripture is nothing less than the glorious story of Jesus’s death and resurrection.
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Frequently asked questions.
Have a few questions? We would be surprised if you didn’t! At Watermark Gospel, we approach the Bible from a unique, Christ-centered perspective. We want to equip you with all the information you need to understand our approach, methodology, and vision. Our FAQs cover lots of useful information, but if you don’t find what you’re looking for, please feel welcome to contact us.
We’re dedicated to researching, developing, and creating biblical resources that teach you how to find Jesus in every story of the Bible.
On the Road to Emmaus in Luke 24, Jesus told two of his disciples that every story in the Bible points to his suffering on the cross, followed by his glorious resurrection on the third day. Our resources take you through the entire bible, from Genesis to Revelation, and show you how the stories of the great heroes and heroines of Scripture really point us to our One True Hero — Jesus, and his great triumph over death!
In John 12:32, Jesus said, “If I am lifted up from the earth, I will draw all manner of human beings to Myself.” The gospel is for everyone, and so are our videos and lessons! Whether you are new to the Bible or have been reading it your whole life, you will come away with a new appreciation for the beauty of God’s story of salvation and a greater awareness of the depth of the Savior’s love for you.
Many people think of the Bible as a collection of 66 separate books from the Old and New Testament that have been compiled at random. But we see the Bible through an entirely different lens. We consider it a divinely inspired book that tells one unified story. Once we understand that the Bible is a unified work of factual literature, we can look for consistent themes, symbols, and imagery that recur throughout the entire body of work from beginning to end. When we do, we find that the predominant theme of Scripture is the suffering of Jesus on the cross and his glorious resurrection on the third day!
As a pastor, you will find that our Bible lessons are great source material for your Sunday sermons, including openers or closers. Likewise, churches will find that our lessons work well as study materials for groups.
We aim to publish a new video and lesson to our website, the YouVersion Bible app, and our YouTube channel each month.
Watermark Gospel is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that relies on your support to produce our uniquely Christ-centered resources. All gifts are tax-deductible. You can make a donation today by giving online or via check addressed to “Watermark Gospel,” P.O. Box 39845, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33339.