- Story of Jesus: https://5fish.mobi
If you plan to travel overseas, this is a great link to keep handy. Pick a language - any language around the world - click on it, and you will hear a 20 minute presentation of the story of Jesus. Its' a great evangelism tool.
- World Clock: www.poodwaddle.com/worldclock.swf
You’ll sit breathless in front of this world clock as it ticks away in real-time everything from world births, deaths, to the US national debt and more. Great for researching statistics!
- Monergism : http://www.monergism.com/
Has absolutely every book or essay from the Puritan classics and more.
- Desiring God Ministries: http://www.desiringgodministries.org/
I'm a huge fan of John Piper and especially love his poetry.
- Writer's Almanac: http://writersalmanac.publicradio.org/
There's nothing more refreshing than ending a work day with a good poem.
- Astronomy Picture of the Day: http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/
Truly, the heavens declare the glory of God -- and just think, He's given each star a name!
- Poets.org: www.poets.org
You can sign up for a poem-a-day and be refreshed and renewed by either timeless or contemporary poetry (I love it when they highlight Robert Frost).
- Praise Charts: www.praisecharts.com/ccli
Find out the top worship and praise songs congregations around the world are singing.
- Orthodoxy Today: www.orthodoxytoday.org
A great site if you want to see how a Reformed Theological perspective plays out in the moral and social issues of our day. It’s a bit heady, but worth ferreting through -- you’ll find great articles and links for research and study.
- Nasa.gov: nasa.gov/externalflash/PQTimeline/
If you love astronomy and history, you’ll love this website!
- International Space Station: http://i.usatoday.net/tech/graphics/iss_timeline/flash.htm
We all know the international space station is floating around up there, but you might be surprised to see how it's grown over the years.