Friends & Resources

We encourage you to take a long look at the resources below. There’s everything from Bible study resources, to ministries, to books we highly recommend. Our prayer is that these resources will be of help in your time of need.

Bible Reading and Study Resources

Bible.com

Bible.com provides free access to the Bible in many translations via your phone, tablet, and computer. It’s a fantastic way to read – and listen to – scripture. Regularly read through the Bible with one of their reading plans.

Bible Gateway

Bible Gateway provides free access to the Bible in many translations and has apps for the iPhone, Android devices, and the Kindle Fire. You can listen to the Bible, read it, follow a reading plan, and more.

Bible Study Tools

Bible Study Tools includes commentaries along with many translations of the Bible. You’ll also find videos explaining scripture – including several difficult-to-understand passages.

Ministries, Organizations, and Archives

The Association of Evangelical Gospel Assemblies

AEGA Ministries International, Inc provides ministerial credentials for qualified applicants. One of their primary missions is to educate through Omega Bible Institute & Seminary and Evangel Christian University of America, where they train hundreds of indigenous ministers in many countries and the USA.

Christian Life Educators Network

CLEN is a network of local schools providing a standardized Bible-based curriculum to students around the world. Each school is independent, and its membership with CLEN entitles it to offer the best theological training available today at affordable prices.

The King’s University

The King’s University is an accredited Pentecostal/Charismatic postsecondary institution in Los Angeles, California. Founded by Pastor Jack Hayford in the “City of Angels,” The King’s University offers both in-person and online classes training students for ministry.

The Spurgeon Archive

The Spurgeon Archive is a website providing a sampling of Charles Spurgeon’s best-known works, including his magnum opus, The Treasury of David. Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892) was England’s best-known preacher for most of the second half of the nineteenth century.

Friends of Jude 3 Fellowship

Chuck Hawks

The ChuckHawks.com site is an excellent resource for everything guns and shooting, motorcycles and riding, military history, travel and fishing, astronomy and photography, and audio. Chuck Hawks has also been generous enough to publish commentaries by Dr. Jim Jenkins of Jude 3 Fellowship.

The Worship Encounter

The Worship Encounter is a ministry to the body of Christ which provides powerful times of refreshing in an atmosphere of prophetic worship and ministry in the Spirit.

Elevated to Excellence

Elevated to Excellence conferences provide a safe environment for every woman attending to receive ministry in a safe, biblically-sound environment. Conferences are held annually in the United States and Canada.

Dr. J. Rodman Williams

Dr. J. Rodman Williams (1918-2008) is regarded as the father of modern Renewal Theology, and was Professor of Renewal Theology at Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Paul Smith

Paul Smith was ordained into the Gospel Ministry in 1951. His undergraduate degrees are from Life Pacific College and Azusa Pacific University. He earned a Masters Degree from Chapman University. He is the author of New Evangelicalism: The New World Order. Smith writes about the intentional departure of our culture from the belief that the Bible is inerrant.

Important Books

New Evangelicalism:

The New World Order

New Evangelicalism: The New World Order by Paul Smith addresses the inerrancy of the Bible and how our culture is regrettably moving away from this high view of scripture.

Prophetic Untimeliness:

A Challenge to the Idol of Relevance

Prophetic Untimeliness: A Challenge to the Idol of Relevance by Os Guinness writes about the idol of relevance and the buzz among evangelicals today to find new ways of “doing church” through revising, innovating, borrowing, mixing, and experimenting.

Dining with the Devil:

The Megachurch Movement Flirts with Modernity

Dining with the Devil: The Megachurch Movement Flirts with Modernity by Os Guinness points out the perils of compromise in the church growth movement.

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