Getting Good Teaching By Clicking Your Mouse

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My heart rejoices that John and I were providentially led to a church that features strong expositional preaching. That same heart breaks when I hear of people who don’t have access to such a church. While I strongly encourage people in situations like this to find churches as close to sound doctrine as possible, I’d like to recommend some online resources to fill the gap.

Grace to You is the premier resource, featuring 50 years worth of John MacArthur’s sermons. You can download sermons free of charge.

Alpha and Omega Ministries offers a variety of goodies by James White, including links to The Dividing Line. White has several PhD degrees and is currently working on another one, so he’ll show you how to analyze false teaching by using Scripture in context.

Wretched with Todd Friel also examines trends within evangelicalism, as well as sharing videos of open air evangelism to encourage you in your witnessing endeavors. I particularly enjoy his Too Wretched For Radio segments with Phil Johnson.

Equipping Eve appears every other Saturday, hosted by Erin Benziger. Because Erin teaches from the Bible, her show is for ladies only (like my blog).

A Word Fitly Spoken, also for women, provides Biblical insight from Amy Spreeman and Michelle Lesley. Since these ladies have only recently started this podcast, you can easy catch up on all the episodes.

No Compromise Radio comes from Bethlehem Bible Church in West Boyelston, MA, where Mike Abendroth pastors. Sometimes he’ll have fun, especially when Steve Cooley joins him, but other times he’ll post his sermons. Either way, you’ll get excellent teaching.

Slave to the King hosts the Voice of Reason podcast by Chris Hohnholz and Rich Story. Neither of them are pastors, but their insights into God’s Word will strengthen you.

First Baptist Church Weymouth (where John and I are members) posts Jeremy Garber’s sermons through SermonAudio. Maybe I’m just a tad biased, but I believe you’ll get excellent teaching from these sermons.

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