The amount of information and resources available online can be overwhelming. The list below is some of the TFC staff “favorites” that we hope will be an encouragement and help to you…
A nonprofit animation studio that produces short-form, fully animated Bible videos and other Bible resources to make the biblical story accessible to everyone. Explore videos on the NT, OT, theology, or word studies. You can also sign up for their newsletter, which will give you some additional home worship resources.
Audio commentaries on a variety of contemporary issues though a biblical world-view. Hosted by John Stonestreet, president of the Colson Center, these posts are short, thoughtful and highly informative.
Stay connected to what is going on within our denomination. Includes good articles, updates from PCA committees, and other helpful resources. Hardcopies of the most recent edition are available at the church.
A wonderful Christ-centered holistic counseling resource with roots in the reformed tradition. CCEF provides articles, videos, blog posts and other resources for those dealing with the many hurts, habits and hang-ups life throws at us.
Listen to sermons, lectures or download over 45 free courses. Several pastor/scholars contribute to a theology blog called Orthodoxy Orthopraxy, and you can sign up for monthly emails and copies of the Covenant Magazine or Presbyterion academic journal.
The Center for Parent/Youth Understanding is committed to helping parents understand and respond to the complex world of their children and teens from a distinctively Christian point of view; equipping teenagers to deal with the challenges of adolescence; and raising the youth culture awareness of youth workers, parents and educators, thereby helping them increase their effectiveness with parents, children and teens.
Ligonier exists to proclaim, teach, and defend the holiness of God in all its fullness. Founded by Dr. R.C. Sproul in 1971, Ligonier’s teaching fellowship consists of theologians, pastors, and scholars who teach through Renewing Your Mind broadcasts, the Reformation Study Bible, Tabletalk Magazine, books, and hundreds of teaching series.
Ken Sande defines relational wisdom as your ability to discern emotions, interests and abilities in yourself and others, to interpret this information in the light of God’s Word, and to use these insights to manage your responses and relationships successfully. Learn skills that can help you experience stronger relationships and less conflict at home, at church, and in the workplace, as well as improved team-building, better job performance and a more credible witness for Christ.
Have you ever wished that someone would explain theology in a way that doesn’t require a degree or a dictionary? Maybe you’ve listened to a sermon and it seemed like the pastor was speaking another language. Or perhaps you’ve thought that the notes in your study Bible could use a commentary of their own. From imputation to justification, theophany to theodicy, keeping all these concepts straight can be a challenge for any believer. Simply Put is a short podcast about long words. Every week, Barry Cooper sheds light on a different biblical or theological term, using helpful illustrations to apply it to your life.