AROCHA An international Christian organization which, inspired by God's love, engages in scientific research, environmental education and community-based conservation projects.
Art House America The website of Andi Ashworth and Charlie Peacock whose life, hospitality and mentoring of young musicians in Nashville is a model of grace.
Arts Journal This is an online “weekday digest of some of the best arts and cultural journalism” that appears in English language publications (magazines, newspapers, and journals) from around the world.
Beliefnet.com We live in a pluralistic culture, surrounded by an amazing variety of beliefs, religions, spiritualities, and world views. Discerning Christians need to engage this pluralism with a winsome statement of the gospel.
Boundless Webzine Boundless is a web magazine produced by Focus on the Family. We first learned about it because Steven Garber, Ransom Board Member and contributor to Critique, writes an occasional column called “Knowing and Doing" for them.
Chesterton Society The subtitle of this site sums up Chesterton well: “Common sense for the world’s uncommon nonsense.” If you are not familiar with G. K. Chesterton, Christian apologist, novelist, poet, and critic, you are missing out on one of the most brilliant thinkers.
Christian Classics Ethereal Library A steadily-growing library of 14th-20th Century public domain texts by well-known Christian thinkers. This site includes documents by Martin Luther, Jonathan Edwards, St. Thomas Aquinas, John Calvin, Soren Kierkegaard, Dante, C.H. Spurgeon and more.
Christians in the Visual Arts CIVA exists “to explore and nurture the relationship between the visual arts and the Christian faith. Founded in 1977... it is our purpose to encourage Christians in the visual arts to develop their particular callings to the highest professional level.
culture is not optional “The mission of *culture is not optional (*cino),” Rob and Kirstin VanderGiessen-Reitsema write, “is to equip Christians to be faithful servants by uniting the body of believers and learning together how to actively redeem all of culture.”
Cyber Hymnal If you are looking for a resource on Christian hymns, this is the site. The Cyber Hymnal includes over 2500 hymns, all cross- indexed according to title, tune, author, composer, topic, and Scriptural allusion.
Despair, Inc. If you find the success and motivation posters often hanging in professional offices and employee lunch rooms a little sappy, then Despair, Inc., is a website you should visit.
Hearts and Minds Bookstore An independent bookstore carrying quality books of every kind for serious, reflective readers. Unabashedly Christian, but unlike any religious bookstore we know. Nowwhere else will you receive the individual attention and informative suggestions Byron Borger gives.
Image Journal Image: A Journal of the Arts and Religion, is a literary and arts quarterly which seeks to unpack the relationship between Judeo-Christian faith and human creativity in art. Issues include fiction, interviews, memoirs, and pieces exploring dance, and architecture.
International Justice Mission Around the world there are multitudes of people suffering injustice and oppression who are not able to call upon local authorities for help. The International Justice Mission exists to help meet this need.
Internet Movie Database A great place to find movie facts and images. Designed by and for movie lovers, it contains everything you could want to know about a film, although this is a secular site and does not include a Christian view of film.
Islamic Studies Dr. Alan Godlas, professor of religious studies at the University of Georgia, maintains this helpful website to provide a scholarly overview of Islam and related topics. A great site for anyone interested in learning about Islam, terrorism, the Qur’an, and current events.
Kalos Press Kalos Press was established to give a voice to literary fiction, memoir, devotional writing, and Christian Reflection, of excellent quality, outside of the mainstream Christian publishing industry. Kalos has published Margie's memoir, The Exact Place and her collection of essays, God in the Sink.
Open Doors / The Persecuted Church The cold war is over and we’re living in a culture of increasing tolerance for spiritual beliefs, so it is hard to believe that people still suffer for their faith. But it happens every day to people across the world and this site helps us understand their story.
Salon Salon.com is an online magazine with an edge—an interesting, offbeat, always provocative, usually irreverent, and often cynical alternative to mainstream weekly news publications.
TED: Ideas worth spreading As they describe themselves, accurately: riveting brief talks by remarkable people, free to the world on video.
The School of Life Begun in part by Alain de Botton a place where secularists seriously explore the things that matter most.
Truth or Fiction Every week I receive various email messages alerting me to the latest virus cruising the Internet or telling me some story that is meant to be either shocking or inspirational.
I love my neighbor as myself but only because I don’t much care for myself.
- Garrison Keillor
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