Let me say first thing: God loves you and welcome to His family! He's given so many resources to help you grow in your faith!
**The first and most obvious resource, and the one you simply cannot live without is a Bible. Personally, I like the New Living Translation (NLT), The New International Version (NIV) and the Message. All of these translations are readily accepted and widely used, which wouldn't be the case if they weren't reliable. It isn't necessary for you to slog your way through the King James Version in order to learn what God has for you. Don't let anyone tell you it is! Along with God's word comes the need for commentary assistance. I like the online Blue Letter Bible Commentary. I far prefer the comments made by David Guzik over those made by Matthew Henry.
**Another essential resource is a Godly church. There are many churches out there which don't preach the Bible, and their numbers are growing every day. The only way you'll recognize a Godly church is to read your Bible! Funny how that works! There will be things you don't agree with in the function of any church, because no one agrees on everything, but major tenets of scripture are non-negotiable. Things such as: God is male, not female. He is all powerful, all knowing and present everywhere. He created our known universe(s) in six literal days thereby establishing the credibility for the remainder of scripture. Jesus is His one and only Son. Satan is the arch enemy of God, but Jesus died and rose from the grave to save mankind from Satan. In doing so, He fulfilled hundreds of Old Testament prophecies, thereby establishing the cohesion of scripture between the Old and New Testaments. There is a heaven (some 700 references in the Bible) and a hell (20 references in the NT). God is love, but He is also judgement. To preach one without the other is to preach a partial truth. God is absolute truth in its entirety. God hates the same things today that He hated thousands of years ago. His truth never changes and He never takes votes from humans so He can do what people want. These are the basics, but these will aid you as you look for a body of believers with whom you can worship and grow. Also, I want to mention here the gazillions of preaching videos to be found online. Some of them are phenomenal while others completely miss scripture, either accidentally or on purpose. I recently had a significant breakthrough of my own based off what I learned from an online sermon, so I'm grateful there are Godly men who reach beyond their brick and mortar congregations to help others via the internet. That being said, always compare what you hear, in any sermon, to what the Bible says. If you do, you'll always have truth to guide you and this will enable you to recognize lies. One preacher, well, he's really more of an apologist (someone who defends the Christian faith against New Age Religions) than a preacher, who does right by scripture is Dr. Ravi Zacharias. He loves the Lord Jesus Christ with every fiber of his being and this world is so blessed because God saw fit to use him for His kingdom. His videos are everywhere on the internet. He's stratospherically intelligent, so his answers/explanations can get lengthy and complicated, but if you'll hang in there, he can teach you a tremendous amount. Another online pastor I really admire is Mark Gungor. He is hysterically funny and I've yet to hear anything from him which isn't grounded in scripture. He talks a great deal about the subject of marriage (he was married for 32 yrs until his wife passed from cancer), and has many scriptural insights on building and maintaining a Biblical marriage. Look for his web show: Love, Marriage and Stinkin' Thinkin'. I recently came across another preacher/apologist by the name of Dr. Frank Turek. His website is crossexamined.org. He does call-in talk shows and speaks to people in a variety of venues where he defends the gospel of Jesus against the onslaught of New Age religions. He's Biblically grounded, humble and engaging. I'm learning from him. So far, I've found nothing in his teachings/answers which contradict scripture.
**One thing which really helps me on a day to day basis is christian music. I highly recommend K-LOVE radio and the Contemporary Christian channel on Pandora. My husband loves the Southern Gospel channel on Pandora (He calls it God's music, but then again, he calls Rural King, God's store! He's so funny!). I'm not endorsing every single artist who sings or performs Christian music (I advise you to tread carefully with regards to Hillsong and Lauren Daigle. People can say they are honoring God, but you have to determine which God they're honoring! You must listen to music with your intellect as well as your emotions. The lyrics to songs can say one thing, but the optics provided in videos and websites can tell a very different story. So, be careful out there!). Here's what I'm saying: Filling your head and heart with the scriptural truths found in christian music will reinforce what you learn as you read your Bible and worship at church. K-LOVE offers a 30 day challenge where you forego any music, but christian. I've heard several testimonials about transformed lives which were made possible because secular music was prevented from furthering its influence.
**Another resource I really benefit from is Christian Comics. Ken Davis and Michael Jr., Chonda Pierce and Jeanne Robertson are four of my all-time favorites. They are hysterically funny and entirely family friendly. Ken, Michael and Chonda are completely sold out to God. Jeanne doesn't say much about her faith (other than identifying herself as Baptist), but she's very funny and completely G-rated. When I'm having a hard time, listening to these people describe the funny things they see in life really helps me find the sunnier side for myself.
**The final thing I want to mention as a resource, but by no means is it the least important, is the Answers In GenesisMinistry in Kentucky. These are the folks who built the life-size version of Noah's Ark, the Creation Museum and Garden of Eden exhibits. This ministry is dedicated to upholding the literal interpretation of Genesis and explaining how that impacts the rest of the Bible. They have incredible speakers, books, and videos in addition to the exhibits themselves, and all their resources cover, not only Genesis, but every topic relevant to today's culture. You can learn much from them.