on-line, on-line, on-line…
I love on-line resources — whatever the topic. Since I here write about religion, I’d limit myself to Christian on-line resources.
One of my favorite sites is ibiblio (http://www.ibiblio.org/). This site has a great collection of religious books ( Collection Index > Religion and Theology”>http://www.ibiblio.org/collection/collection.php?primary=4), which don’t only cover Christianity ( Collection Index > Religion and Theology > Christianity”>http://www.ibiblio.org/collection/collection.php?second=7).
In Twitter, I found the page for Abort 73 (http://twitter.com/abort73), which is a Christian site against abortion (http://www.abort73.com/). This site asks pastors to include the topic of abortion in their studies and/or sermons (http://www.abort73.com/attn_student_pastors/).
I also made a list in my Twitter account for Christian pages (http://twitter.com/project05952381/christianity). This by no means is something set on stone, but rather what I’ve found as useful (ChristianNewsUpdates, http://twitter.com/Christ_News) or funny at times (The PresbyCat, http://twitter.com/ThePresbyCat). My list may merely be a recommendation to anyone interested.
Needless to say, Facebook has lots of pages for Christian sites, organizations, churches, ministries and so on. From these pages, I’d recommend the page for the FAPC Outreach Ministry (http://www.facebook.com/FAPCOutreach), which I helped with and has made an impact in my life.
Of course, there are also Christian sites like CBN (http://www.cbn.com/) and Bible Gateway (http://www.biblegateway.com/), which don’t need heavy promotion from social networks to have heavy traffic. At the same time, non-Christian sites are also very useful like Krishna (http://www.krishna.com/) that I like.