Bible.is (http://www.bible.is) offers written and spoken (!) Bible text in over 1200 languages. Chances are, you can let someone listen to the Scriptures in his or her language on the spot by using your smartphone. Or, if they are hearing impaired, you can let them watch the Scriptures in one of several sign languages. If you are looking for a Bible in an exotic language, this is a good place to go. If you don’t find it here, try WorldBibles.org (http://worldbibles.org).
Bryan College (http://www.bryan.edu/bible-study-resources) offers a long list of resources on the web; however, most of it is old stuff.
Christian Leaders Institute (https://www.christianleadersinstitute.org) is another site with free courses.
Christian Resources (http://frenchchristian.org) is in English but points the way to web resources in French.
Distant Shores (http://distantshores.org/resources/illustrations/sweet-publishing) makes hundreds of Bible illustrations for Bible story telling by Sweet Publishing available.
Door43 (https://door43.org) exists to make discipleship materials, including Bible translations, available in all languages of the world (eventually; at the time, the material seems to be mostly Bible stories with illustrations provided by Distant Shores and Sweet Publishing). It is a collaborative effort managed by Unfolding Word (https://unfoldingword.org); if you are interested in Bible translation (or want to get involved yourself), this latter website is worth checking out as well.
Expository sermon in Mandarin can be found at Gospelhome (http://www.gospelhome.org.uk/sermon).
The Magellan Coalition (http://www.magellancoalition.org) provides a gateway to the Bible for people who are not very familiar with it and may have given up on it. I am not sure yet what to make of this site. It may be something to recommend to beginners and seekers rather than use for yourself. It calls itself “a partnership of imperfect people who believe things in our world can be better & that the Bible narrative can contribute to that,” aiming “to positively change perception and activate new exploration of the Bible in America.”
Online Bible app for Android and iOS (http://onlinebible.com/olb-nl) is available in Dutch.
Online Bible app for Android and iOS (http://onlinebible.com/olb-fr) is available in French.
Portuguese Christian Resources (http://portuguesechristian.org) is in English, but contains links to resources in Portuguese.
The SourceView Bible app (http://sourceviewbible.com) is an unusual Bible app: it displays the text in four colours, identifying the “source” or speaker. The SphereView add-on colours the text based on the sphere of society it touches on.
W. L. Hornstra, “Ecclesiastes: What Am I Missing?” (http://www.wilrens.org/2016/11/cals30)
W. L. Hornstra, “Giving Deuteronomy a Second Chance” (http://www.wilrens.org/2016/08/cals28)
W. L. Hornstra, “The War Is On: ‘The Battle’ and the Millennium I (http://www.wilrens.org/2016/12/cals32)
W. L. Hornstra, “The Millennium Is… When?!? (‘The Battle’ and the Millennium II)” (http://www.wilrens.org/2017/01/cals33)