July 26, 2011 Leave a comment
I hope you will indulge me and allow me a break from my note uploading from the CSST Summer school on ‘The Doctrine of God’ and allow me to share some selected online Christian ministries that have been of benefit for myself and others.
The local church is unique and it can be easy to get wrapped up in all these big names and big ministries many of which are indeed great and useful. We must never try to find some sort of online church and neglect meeting with our own local church meetings and sitting under the preaching we have from there. You can’t replace real one to one, face to face fellowship with a few online sermons and some famous preacher interviewing another big famous preacher. However to supplement all that I and others have found these particularly useful:
Do not try to download, read & listen to everything – it’s not helpful, trust me. Just pick a couple/few, note the rest down & go back later.
www.desiringgod.org – Ministry of Minneapolis pastor, John Piper – including 50 free e-books
www.ligonier.org- Ministry of Florida based theologian RC Sproul
www.puritanfellowship.com - Ministry of Manchester based Pastor Kevin Williams.
– Kevin Williams’ testimony
www.heartcrymissionary.com – Ministry of Paul Washer and ministry associates
ebooks – some free e-books from Heartcry ^^
carm.org – Apologetics
www.cbmw.org – Website dedicated to resources on biblical manhood and womanhood.
marshill.com – Ministry of Seattle pastor, Mark Driscoll
Sermons – Teaching website of Los Angeles based pastor, John MacArthur
main.asp – You pastor recommended someone? – This massive website has sermons from thousands of preachers encompassing nearly half a million sermons.
Free podcast subscriptions
Desiring God Sermons Audio
ESV Bible – English Standard Bible
I’ll be honest video Podcast
Paul Washer – SermonAudio.com
Renewing Your Mind with R.C. Sproul
Wayne Grudem’s Systematic Theology
World Challenge Audio Sermons – Ministry of Times Square Church
Reformed Theological Seminary, US
Recommended courses: ‘History of Christianity 1′ & ‘History of Christianity 2′
Recommended YouTube channels