Recommended Links

Ever wanted to know of some good Christian websites to check out? Well some of the men of the church have compiled a brief list. Some of the links you are already well familiar with.

For the general membership: (featured in Immanuel Quarterly)

Justin Taylor’s Website: Checking this website will save you a lot of time on what are the most current evangelical concerns, issues

News and analysis related to biblical geography, history, and archaeology; It has a lot of nice pictures of the Holy Land and current events surrounding archaelogical sites there.

Current trends and many good book reviews

You can find training materials for clergy and laymen

Transcripted sermons from John MacArthur and Charles Spurgeon

Excellent christian blogging (there’s many more but they are all linked to this site)

Home of John Piper. Almost everything in the site is free.

Randy Alcorn’s site. Christian Stewardship

Bible study and research software. All the pastors use this program.

Online Sermon Archives

CJ Mahaney and co. Message MP3’s are free. Excellent worship songs that are theologically correct and they don’t hurt the ears.

The Council of Biblical Manhood and Womanhood website – Biblical roles for Men and Women

Way of the Master website – A place for evangelism helps presented by Ray Comfort and Kirk Cameron

Website for Biblical Creationism

Grace Community Church – Sun Valley, CA

The Master College – Santa Clarita, CA

The Master’s Seminary – Sun Valley, CA

The Association of Certified Biblical Counselors website

The Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation website

For the ladies: (featured in Immanuel Quarterly)

A blog by 3 UK ladies (Nicki, Catriona & Nita) who describe their website as the following: “Maybe you’re wondering what our titus2talk blog is all about? Titus 2:3-5 provides us with some of the things which we, as women aspire to and seek to encourage all women to. Whether you are younger or older, single or married, busy at home or in the workplace, we invite you to share with us as we look to discover and recover God’s identity for us as women. So join us as we enter into discussion on biblical womanhood & other fun stuff. View our posts, consider the books we like, read our reviews, listen in on sermons and talks we’ve found helpful, & enjoy!”

A blog from a married perspective by Carolyn Mahaney and her 3 daughters “who love the gospel and aspire to biblical womanhood.”


For the men:

Actually, the site is geared toward preachers and preaching; primarily deals with theological and biblical studies/issues