The following sites offer help. These are not a replacement for seeking advice from mental health professionals, pastors or doctors. They are informational only. Please remember it is always wise to be cautious with any website.
Online resources we recommend.
LeeStrobel.com – How can I know God exists?
Reasons.org – Where science and faith converge
Probe.org – How can I know the Bible is reliable?
GotQuestions.org – Biblical answers to contemporary questions
NeedHim.org – How can I establish a relationship with God?
Biblehub.com / BiblicalTraining.org – Learn more about the Bible
Rediscover Church – Why people leave, and why they’re coming back
Connecting with God
OurDailyJourney.org / Our Daily Bread / Crosswalk.com / OnePlace.com – Daily devotionals
Keys for Kids – Devotionals for kids
Navigators Topical Memory System – Bible memorization
BibleStudyTools.com – Bible reading plan
Biblos.com / BibleStudyTools.com / OnePlace.com – Bible study tools
Marriage and Family
Family.org – Parenting resource for those with kids and teens
Keys for Kids – Daily devotionals for kids
ParentingCompass.com – Assessment for parents of teens ($20 subscription)
Marriage Partnership/TCW – Growing marriage through Biblical principles
FocusOnTheFamily.com / FamilyLife.com – Marriage, parenting, family
Life in General
HelpForMyLife.org – Helping people grapple with the struggles of life
Crosswalk.com – The intersection of faith and life
OnePlace.com – Streaming Christian audio and video content online
LeslieEy.com/Friend – Making friends in a church
Griefshare.org – Helping you walk through the process of grieving a loved one’s death