Tools for our journey

As believers, it’s hard to find good solid, biblical resources for personal study, growth, and encouragement. In today’s day-and-age false teaching and apostate beliefs are rampant in society…discernment is a must! I have found in my walk with the Lord a number of really excellent resources that have aided in personal study and growth which I share with you.

If you have any resources that are beneficial, please share…the more the merrier: all to our benefit, and our Lord’s glory! And of course exercise discernment in any and all resources

YouTube resources:

Living Waters (the vision of living waters is to inspire and equip Christian’s to fulfill the Great Commission…truly remarkable witnessing encounters and tips!

Got questions ministries (offers answers to questions regarding the bible and theological topics from a biblical perspective and in layman’s-terms.

Grace to you (the teaching ministry of John MacArthur: writer, teacher, and pastor. A truly wonderful handling of theological topics in a rich, vibrant and meaningful way.

The masters seminary (courses covering lessons on a variety of theological topics from actual courses at master’s seminary in California.

One for Israel (evangelism to Jews and Arabs testifying that Yeshua (Jesus) is the promised Messiah. Truly powerful testimonials and teaching on the savior and His work in bringing the news of his kingdom to the people of Israel.


the grace to you study bible (john MacArthur sermons and daily bible study. this has proven to be an incredible resource for me: I use the daily bible study to get into God’s Word daily and find encouragement and insight from teachings).

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Hello all, I'm, Evan, 36 years old. I'm a born again Christian, amateur writer, lover of The Only Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, theology and poetry, and a suicide survivor. I hope to encourage, educate, and spark discussion through my blog. I pray it aids you in your walk with the Savior! You can contact me at

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