Apologetics Resources on the Web

William Craigwww.reasonablefaith.org Lee Strobelwww.leestrobel.com Greg Kouklwww.str.org 2ProphetU2ProphetU is an online magazine/website, started by Warren Wiersbe and Michael Catt, to build up the church, seek revival, and encourage pastors. […]

Wisdom: Get It While You Can

(This message is from a series entitled “Godly Wisdom for a New Millennium”.) by Michael Catt Proverbs 1:7-33 Basic Facts About Wisdom: Wisdom is attainable. (1:20, 21) Wisdom can be rejected and despised. (1:24, 25) Wisdom spurned will have serious implications. (1:24-32) “The reason why we have two ears and only one mouth is that […]

"Faith makes the uplook good, the outlook bright, the inlook favorable, and the future glorious." - V. Raymond Edman

"We cannot remind ourselves too often that it is not our believing in things that makes them true. We believe them because they are true." - Handel H. Brown

"But without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that He is, and that He is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him." - Hebrews 11:6 NKJV

"God raises the level of the impossible." - Corrie Ten Boom

"He that knows nothing will believe anything." - Thomas Fuller

“Sight is not faith, and hearing is not faith, neither is feeling faith; but believing when we neither see, hear, nor feel is faith; and everywhere the Bible tells us our salvation is to be by faith. Therefore we must believe before we feel, and often against our feelings, if we would honor faith.” - Hannah Whitall Smith

"It is not faith and works; it is not faith or works; it is faith that works." - Anonymous

"Faith is not a sense, nor sight, nor reason, but taking God at His word." - Evans



(The following stats were taken from the article “Buy Them Out” by Joel Belz, featured in the March 14, 2009 edition of World Magazine.) About one in six Americans (around 50 million people) are students somewhere–kindergarten through high school. About 9 out of 10 of those 50 million (45 million people) are in state-sponsored schools; […]

AOL Search

Below is a list of the top searched “how tos” on AOL, posted on March 31, 2009.Check out #9! Very interesting… Top Searched How Tos on AOL Search:1. How to draw2. How to lose weight3. How to cut hair4. How to play poker5. How to get rid of ants6. How to make french toast7. How to lower cholesterol8. How to make money online9. How to […]

Do You Know?: How to Be a Source of Joy

– William Culbertson What a strange people Christians are — or should be! Perhaps the paradox of Christian experience is nowhere set forth more succinctly than in a clause from Paul’s writings: “I overflow with joy in all our affliction” (2 Corinthians 7:4). The worldling says, “What nonsense this? How can you get joy and […]

Living the Lord’s Prayer

The Way of the Disciple – Albert Haase. IVP Books. This book looks at the verses of the Lord’s prayer “with fresh eyes and new insights from both the past and the present. Haase’s commentary and reflection will help readers to understand why it has often been referred to as ‘an abridgement of the entire […]

Ancient Christian Devotional

– Edited by Cindy Crosby. IVP Books. “By allowing us to read holy writings with ancient eyes, the church fathers help us drink deeply from the only water that can give us true life. . . . This guide to prayer and reflection combines excerpts from the writings of the church fathers as found in […]

A Diamond in the Rough

Many years ago, there was found in an African mine the most magnificent diamond in the history of the world. It was presented to the king of England in hopes it could be displayed in his crown. The king sent it to one of the most skilled diamond cutters in Amsterdam. Once it was in […]

Thoughts Along the Way

I’m traveling a lot during 2009. Already, I’ve been to Mississippi, Arkansas and Missouri, mostly speaking to pastors and seminary students. Plus, I’ve been to Oklahoma to speak at the Heartland Bible Conference at FBC Edmond, then returned to Tennessee for our annual ReFRESHTM in the Smokies Conference, followed by ten days in the Holy […]

K Is for Kindness (Part 1)

When the Lord calls me to my heavenly home, i want to look up a Scottish Presbyterian preacher named John Watson who ministered in Scotland and England from 1874 to 1905 and wrote a shelf of popular books under the pen name “Ian Maclaren.” Why look him up? Because he successfully followed a motto that […]