Here is a list of some of my favorite web sites and ministries. I will update as I think of and discover new favorites, but hopefully this list can help out a few people. Take some time and check out anything that seems like it might be of interest. And don’t be shy to make a few suggestions!!

Of course, I have to mention my own pages, so here they are.  My ministry is called Kingdom Advancers. It is a mentorship-based ministry geared toward youth & teens, but is really for anyone with a thirst for Spiritual growth. Here is that site’s address:

My myspace is , but honestly, I’m on Facebook more. You can search for me on Facebook by name and, of course, here. 

This is the site for a Great friend and brother in Christ,  Josiah Ole-Kirisuah – Founder/Director of Christian Inspired Pastoralist Initiatives (CIPI) from Kenya, in eastern Africa. It is with Josiah that I am partnering to return to Kenya in July 2009. (See separate post about mission letter) The most useful Bible reference site I’ve found. You can search by passage, multiple passages, keyword(s), topics and you can view commentary related to much of the Scriptures. From thier website: “At the 410 Bridge, we believe that our personal relationship with God is directly proportionate to our service to His people. He has commanded us to use what is given to us to serve His people, and this command is the crux of our organization. Our staff is comprised of people who recognize God’s call to service and who want to answer that call by using their gifts to minister to others. We share a heart for the nation of Kenya and a passion to build lasting relationships with the people we encounter there in an effort to help spur them on to change. We believe that a network of committed U.S. churches partnering with communities and villages in a single country in Africa can make a difference. We believe that this focused, single country approach will not only change the lives of God’s children in Africa, but also transform the hearts and minds of the American church through service to His Kingdom.”  African News. This site is searchable by country/ region and by topic.  John Hagee Ministries. He has a phenomenal way of getting across the message of Jesus Christ, and has been a powerful voice to many a people around the world.
/ This is the ministry that my good friend, Josiah Ole-Kirisuah partnered with to help spread the gospel throughout the Maasai in Kenya.   This site boasts a lot of information that, as far as I’m concerned, PROVE that the Bible is Truth, that we are created by a Creator, and that we are not just a “cosmic accident”. This is done through scientific certainties, studies, facts, etc.

.comhttp://www.heartforafrica  is a site dedicated to a movement that is working to provide real solutions to the issues plaguing Africa, and currently serves in Kenya Malawi and Swaziland. They are not specifically a Christian group, as far as I can tell, but their mission is strong. A warning-based prophetic ministry. Core Value: The Prophecy Club calls people to holiness in Jesus Christ. Core Purpose: The Prophecy Club is called to promote holiness through prophetic information and insight. Mission Statement: The Prophecy Club exists to provide information, insight, and products with a prophetic warning message. They have great guests, awesome info, and you can listen to past programs free. or “Politics & Religion” is a daily weekday radio show presented by Endtime Ministries and co-hosted by Irvin Baxter Jr. and Jesse Woodrow. From their site: More than 25 years have passed since the spark was ignited in Irvin Baxter Jr. Since then, he has made several revolutionary discoveries in Bible prophecy. He has also become the editor of the most widely circulated prophecy magazine in the world, hosts the daily radio broadcast, Politics and Religion, and is the author of several prophecy books and Bible studies. The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) focuses on constitutional law and is based in Washington, D.C. Through work in the courts and the legislative arena, the ACLJ is dedicated to protecting your religious and constitutional freedoms.  & Both of these sites are from The Voice of the Martyrs. They exist to expose the realities of Christian persecution  The International House of Prayer (not pancakes) is a 24/ 7 ministry dedicated to prayer, worship, teaching, and living a radical lifestyle for Jesus. They focus a lot on fasting, prophetic ministry, end times, and the Bridal-paradigm. Focus on the Family’s Mission Statement: To cooperate with the Holy Spirit in sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ with as many people as possible by nurturing and defending the God-ordained institution of the family and promoting biblical truths worldwide. Vision: Redeemed families, communities, and societies worldwide through Christ. Love this guys preaching. Steve holds back nothing. He speaks the hard truth and is not afraid to hit hard. Powerful preaching with an effective twist, Steve Hill makes clear the choice needed for our Judgment Day.  (Okay, this one’s for my wife.) Joyce Meyer Ministries has a God-ordained mandate to impact the world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Their goal is to reach every nation, every city, every day. Joyce is one of the leading women in the evangelism/ Biblical teaching arena around the world.  Pastor David Paul is the host of the international radio and TV program “The Miracle Revival Hour”. Pastor Paul is also the pastor of two local churches and a world-wide evangelistic outreach. Pastor Paul ministers with a powerful prophetic anointing in the Word, focusing on the revelation of Jesus Christ. Pastor Paul is also used of God in a powerful demonstration of the Holy Spirit Anointing through the manifestation of the Gifts of the Spirit. Sid Roth is a Messianic Jew who is on fire for Jesus. From their web site: In 1977 Sid started a ministry called “Messianic Vision” and a nationally syndicated radio broadcast by the same name. But the Messianic Vision is more than a ministry or a program; it is a desire to reach out with the good news of the Messiah, “to the Jew first” (Romans 1:16). This is not just God’s historical order for spreading the gospel, but also His eternal spiritual order. When we follow this “law of evangelism,” God opens a supernatural door to reach Gentiles as well. God’s heart is to reach all people. His strategy is “to the Jew first.” Ronald Dart is a different kind of evangelist. He speaks very calmly and very plainly. He is easy to understand, yet the point gets across; and he always makes a great point. From his site: “Within four months from the time he made the first Born to Win radio program in January of 1996, Ronald Dart was on 26 stations from Brisbane, Australia to Providence Rhode Island. What surprised us at the time was that virtually all of that time was negotiated and purchased by individuals or small groups who believed Ron’s message should be heard in their town… People around the world have come to appreciate Ron’s easy style, his non-combative approach to explaining the Bible, and the personal, almost one-on-one method of explaining what’s going on in the world in the light of the Bible. People say they get hooked on Ron’s depth of insight into the Bible and appreciate the unique gift for clarity and simplicity that enable him to hold an audience. His listeners don’t want to miss a word this broadcaster has to say and they want their community to hear it as well.” Christian News and more. CBN is a multifaceted nonprofit organization that provides programming by cable, broadcast and satellite to approximately 200 countries, with a 24-hour telephone prayer line. Chief among CBN’s broadcasting components is The 700 Club, a daily television program featuring Pat Robertson, Terry Meeuswen, Gordon Robertson, Kristi Watts and news anchor Lee Webb. On the air continuously since 1966, The 700 Club is one of the longest-running programs in broadcast history. Seen in 97 percent of the television markets across the United States, the show’s news/magazine format presents a lively mix of information, interviews, and inspiration to an average daily audience of one million viewers. CBN programs have aired in approximately 71 languages around the world.


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