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Woodland Launches RightNow Media for Students & Parents

Subject: Free Bible Study Videos & Resources!


School Family,


I’m excited to share that our school now has unlimited access to RightNow Media—the world’s largest streaming library of video Bible study resources (it’s been called the “Netflix of video Bible studies”). This extensive library has more than 20,000 videos from leaders like Francis Chan, Jennie Allen, Matt Chandler, Dr. Tony Evans, and many more. These Bible study videos can be used as part of a class or for personal devotions, and many series include free discussion guides and handouts.


We believe that RightNow Media is a tool that can help you live out your faith in every area of your life—at school, at home, and in your community. In addition to a series on books of the Bible, RightNow Media has videos for everyone in our families on a variety of topics like marriage, parenting, personal finances, mental health, and more. There’s even a library just for kids with over 2,000 safe, entertaining videos. RightNow Media has a free app available on all major streaming devices so you and your family can access content anywhere, anytime.


To get started, click the link in the email, create your free account, and start browsing more than 20,000 inspiring videos. We pray that RightNow Media will be a blessing to you, your family, and our students!


As with any online content, the views and opinions are not necessarily those of everyone at Woodland Christian High School. Various denominations, churches, and families may hold varying opinions and differing points of view on certain topics and interpretations of Scripture. Please practice discernment and deference when choosing which authors, speakers, and topics you choose to explore.


We hope through RightNow Media you will find tools to help you grow in your faith and understanding of God and His creation and be fed spiritually and emotionally through these free resources if you choose to use them.  What you explore appears only in your browser history and remains completely confidential.


The Woodland Office