Here are some resources that I find useful for spiritual growth. You should check them out.
Alpha and Omega Ministries: Alpha & Omega Ministries is an apologetics ministry based in Phoenix, Arizona. Dr. James White, the director of Alpha & Omega Ministries, debates people on the issues of Calvinism, Islam, the Trinity, and Roman Catholicism, to name a few.
Logos Bible Software: Logos Bible Software is a Bible library program. Though its prices might seem high they are rather reasonable. This is a wonderful resource because it can save someone hours of research since you are able to search through your entire library with one click. Also, it is an invaluable tool for the pastors without formal training in the biblical original languages as it allows one to study a word without knowing the language, and it is an even greater resource for those who know the biblical languages.
Monergism: For those who love reformed theology, Monergism is the site for you! Monergism contains the works of many reformed authors, both old and modern, as well as audio by them. It is also a wonderful resource for learning what reformed theology is.
Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America (RPCNA): The RPCNA has its roots in the Scottish Covenanters of the 16th century. (This is the denomination I am part of.)
Sabbath Meditations: Sabbath Meditations is a blog of mine which functions to help Christians “Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy” (Ex. 20:8). Each week, reading or listening resources will be published in order to help the Body of Christ obey this commandment.
Sermon Audio: Sermon Audio is a site where you can find many sermons by many pastors and speakers available as free downloads or streaming on the web. Some speakers that you can find here are; Voddie Baucham, Paul Washer, R. C. Sproul, John Sawtelle, Steve Bradley, Dr. Carl R. Trueman, Richard Bennett, Dr. Joel Beeke, Alistair Begg, and many others.
Treasure Jesus: Treasure Jesus is a new ministry whose purpose is to “spread a zeal for the love of the knowledge of God found in Jesus.” Treasure Jesus was started by some guys at my church. Right now they are focusing on ‘Truth For Africa’ which is a focus on equipping the pastors of Africa. For more information, check out their website
Virginia is for Huguenots: “Virginia is for Huguenots is a blog devoted to the church history, and devotional thoughts, of (mainly) English, American and Dutch Puritans, French Huguenots, Scottish Covenanters, and other godly men and women of old who embraced experimental Calvinism. Their history and literature is a legacy to be treasured, and this blog exists to share that with readers today. I am a Reformed Presbyterian who lives in Virginia, and I am descended from French Huguenots.”
Biblia: Biblia is a branch of Logos that allows you to read the Bible in a variety of translations. You can also search by passage or topic.
Blue Letter Bible: Blue Letter Bible also allows you to read the Bible and search through it. One also has access to a concordance and a few other tools.
ESV Bible: This is basically Crossway’s online ESV Bible. An account is not required but having one does allow you to “unlock” some extra features.
Confessions of Faith:
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