We began our series through the book of Genesis this past Sunday. As promised, I wanted to point you to some excellent introductory material for your own study. The more you dive into this great book, the more you'll benefit from it.
First off, be sure to read Genesis for yourself! Take time in the next week or two or three to read it the whole way through. And then do it again. One of the most profitable exercises in Bible study is repeated reading. We often see things on the second or third (or 57th) reading that we didn't see the first time.
The best "one-stop shop" for resources can be found over at The Gospel Coalition. They've put together a free "Introduction to Genesis" course.
This "course" combines great resources from The Bible Project (including four introductory videos), the ESV Study Bible, and an overview sermon of the whole book of Genesis by Mark Dever.
Here are two of The Bible Project videos to whet your appetite:
The first is on the background to Genesis 1-11:
The second is on the details of Genesis 1-11 in their "Read Scripture" series: