Having a Solid Ground account will allow you to have access to course resources (notes, charts, MP3 files etc) for Bible studies you are registered for.
NOTE: if you share an email address with someone else, only one of you can have an account.
Instructions for how to set up your account
The first time you register for a Bible study, you will be asked to provide a USER NAME at the top of your registration form. We recommend that you provide your email address in this field.
Complete the registration form, including your address, phone number and email address.
After registration is confirmed on the website, you will receive two emails. One will confirm your registration.
The other email "Account Details" - will ask you to click a link and to provide a password to complete your account set up.
Complete the steps required to set up your account.
Your email(USER NAME) and password are required to access your account on the website.
Once your account is set up you will be able to access the course materials for any Bible studies you are registered for.
In the future register for Bible studies or events while logged in, so you don't have to provide your contact information.
If you forget your password, click on the button and then on the "Request a new password tab". Complete your email information and submit. You will be sent instructions by email.
Please keep your contact information up to date: -log in and update your contact information online within your account, OR -update your contact information online the next time you register for a Bible study or an event.
To access course resources, you must be registered for the course and have a Solid Ground account.
Login to your account by clicking on the blue login button in the top right hand corner. You will need to enter your username and password.
As soon as you log in you will see the Course Resources page.
On the right hand side, under "Course Resources" you will see the course(s) you are registered for.
Click on the course name to see a list of all lessons by week for which resources are available. Note that the most recent lesson is filed first. If you require material from a previous class, simply scroll down and look for the material you need.
Click on the item you want to open. By double clicking on the item in the list, you will be able to choose whether you want to open or save the file. Opening the file allows you to view or listen as long as the file is open on your device. Saving a file, will download the file to your device. Note that saving a sound file can take some time due to the size of the file. You can usually retrieve your file from your downloads folder (but this may vary depending on your device default).
If you want to Save the items to your computer/device and designate where it is filed (if you have a specific folder) - for each item you want to file:
- From the list of items, Right Click on the link (the actual item is not open)
- Choose the "Save link as" option
- You will be able to save the file to your computer, by designating a location: directory/folder/file name.