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RESOURCES ON CHRISTIANITY
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RESOURCES ON CHRISTIANITY

by EduRefJune 22, 2016

The following links are great resources for Christians and their lifestyles. Whether you are new to Christianity or you’ve been a Christian your entire life, there’s always room for growth; these links are helpful tools to aide you in your journey. Christianity is not something that one can ever completely finish learning from and growing in. Take a look at these sites and spend time getting to know yourself and God better.

General Christian Websites – Christian Forums – Bible Lessons & Study – Christian News Sites – Christianity and Family

General Christian Websites

  • Jesus Christ: Most basic to comprehensive studies on Jesus Christ. Complete with transcripts, scripture, videos, and lessons.
  • Crosswalk: A site in complete dedication to build up the body of Christ. Great Christian content and information for everyone.
  • Priest For Life: Priest For Life is a great site that empowers its readers to support the sanctity of life. It also teaches ways to be better at spreading the word of God.
  • Christian Answers: Have a question and need an answer?  Christian Answers is the site for you. It answers any and all questions posed and teaches visitors about Christ’s love.
  • Creation Tips: Everything creation at Creation Tips. If you need to learn about creation vs. evolution, this is a great place to start. Not only does it teach using the Bible, but also scientific proof.
  • Christian Resources: Christian Resources has everything you need to better your walk. From devotions and Bible trivia to activities for the kids, this is a great faith-based website.

Christian Forums

  • Christian Forums: Christian Forums is a great place for fellowship. With easy navigation, you’ll enjoy discussing a variety of topics with fellow believers.
  • Bible Forums: Not just a forum, but a great Christian blog too. Read the blogs and post your own comments in the forum or discuss a number of different topics regarding Christianity.
  • Christian Forums: A very active forum, you’ll never go without your question being answered. With so many discussions, be careful because you could spend all day on this forum, which might not be a bad thing!
  • Anointed Youth: A great place for young believers to come and discuss their faith. This forum is for the Christian youth, so if you are a young believer, then this is the perfect place for you to come and feel welcome.
  • Talk Jesus: Its name speaks for itself, come to this forum and Talk Jesus!  It doesn’t matter if you’re just discovering your faith or not, this is a community that you want to be apart of.

Bible Lessons & Study

  • Bible Gateway: This is the perfect place for anyone who wants to get the most out of their Bible. With its great search feature, you can find any verse with the click of a button in any version you want!
  • Christian Classics Ethereal Library: This digital library will have any Christian book you could possibly be looking for. You can search for any specific book or browse the thousands available to you free online!
  • BibleStudy: The Bible has all the answers you need, and this site helps you find them. For the beginner all the way up, you will find the structured plan that will help make you Bible study great.
  • Our Daily Bread: This is your site if you need a daily Bible verse for you devotions. Our Daily Bread has all the tools and resources you need to get everything out of your devos.
  • CARM: From apologetics to fun forums, CARM helps you learn and grow more in your faith. Interactive and easy to navigate, you’ll spend hours on this site bettering yourself.
  • Bible Knowledge: If you want to learn more about God’s word, then go no further than Bible Knowledge. It teaches you the basics of the Bible and so much more.
  • Creative Bible Study: Studying your Bible is supposed to be fun, and Creative Bible Study makes sure you have a good time learning more about the Bible. This site is an exciting place for all ages.

Christian News Sites

  • Life News: One of the best pro-life sites on the Internet. Life News is completely dedicated to bringing awareness and fighting against abortions and protecting those who can’t protect themselves.
  • Christian Telegraph: News that Christians need to know. Christian Telegraph reports on all the big stories and gives the Christian perspective on them.
  • GJCN: Global Jesus Christ Network discusses and reports on all stories from politics to astronomy. Promoting God’s message through news.
  • Watch: A watch-dog Christian news site. It contains faith-based news reporting where the readers get educated on what’s going on in the world and how it pertains to Christianity.
  • Baptist Press: Reporting the news with Baptist Christian journalists. Everything from sports to the daily cartoons, Baptist Press has it all.
  • The Christian Post:  An online Christian newspaper, The Christian Post is very well written and extremely informative. The site has a great layout which makes going from topic to topic very easy.

Christianity and Family

  • Godtube: You probably already guessed what this site is. It’s just like the popular video site only this one is for Christians. Visit it once and you’re sure to return as it will become one of you favorite website on the Internet.
  • Billy Graham: Billy Graham is one of the most renowned and well -espected man of God in the Christian community. His site is perfect for any and all evangelistic purposes you and your family have.
  • Focus on the Family: Focus on the Family is such a great site for everyone of all ages. It helps guide you through the difficulties of life all while teaching and helping you and your family thrive.
  • Christian Teachers: A site with great resources for Christian teachers, but it doesn’t have to be just for them. With fun games and flashcards your kids will love this site just as much as the teachers it was intended for.
  • Bible Quizzes: Pull this site up, and your kids won’t want to leave the computer. It has everything fun they love: quizzes, trivia, and puzzles. A wonderful way to spend your and their time.

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  • Quiz Your Noodle: Volcanoes: National Geographic Kids offers this interactive quiz for kids to test their knowledge of volcanoes. Do you know which volcano buried Pompeii? Even if you do, this quiz is a fun way to learn something new or freshen up on knowledge you missed while passing notes in geology class.
  • Types of Volcanoes: Science Project Ideas for Kids provides this website for teachers interested in educating students about different types of volcanoes. Instruct students about cinder cone volcanoes, shield volcanoes, and composite volcanoes so they know which volcanoes produce different effects.
  • Volcanology: The Hawai’i Space Grant Consortium provides this resource for hands-on activities to conduct in the classroom. Visit this website to find out how to make gelatin volcanoes, cake batter lava, and more! One tip for teachers: food always makes learning more interesting.

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Middle School

  • The Dynamic Earth: The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History provides this resource for students and teachers alike. The volcano section allows you to learn about plate tectonics, how plates move apart and come together to form volcanoes, and the profiles of different volcanoes.
  • Interactives: “Volcanoes: Can We Predict Volcanic Eruptions?” provides a list of topics that are interesting for any student, even those who are not future volcanologists. Students can learn interesting subjects such as disaster preparedness so they will know what is being done to save lives in the case of an eruption.
  • Savage Earth: Out of the Inferno: PBS Online provides this resource, which gives an interesting take on “Mountains of Fire.” Learn about the basics of volcanoes along with some additional facts. You can also use The Hot Zones animation to watch a volcano erupt.
  • Volcanoes Videos: The Discovery Channel provides this compilation of brief and interesting video clips concerning volcanoes. Watch these clips to learn more about volcanoes in Hawaii or how weather interacts with volcanic eruption.
  • Volcanoes!: USGS provides this website, which outlines some lesson plans for teachers. Six lesson plans outline why volcanoes occur, how eruptions can impact climate, how to compare eruptions, and much more information that students would find interesting.

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High School

  • CVO Online Volcanoes: This website provides an index of many of the volcanoes of the world, such as those in the Cascade Range and other places where USGS/Cascades Volcano Observatory has worked. Find the volcano nearest to you and figure out whether you need move!
  • Global Volcanism Program: The Smithsonian Institute’s Global Volcanism Program includes a variety of resources, including Weekly and Monthly Volcanic Activity Reports. Browse the photo gallery of volcanoes all over the world and learn about the different types of volcanoes at this website.
  • Volcano Expedition: Here you’ll find the official website of a scientific expedition that took place in Central America in 2001 by Scripps scientists and other researchers. With detailed reports and videos of scientists on the field site, you’ll get a good sense for what really goes on in the world of volcanic exploration.
  • Volcanoes: Robert I. Tilling, the author of this online publication, has provided an in-depth look at volcanoes. This resource is provided by USGS General Interest Publications, and is more appropriate for adolescents wanting to deepen their understanding for volcanoes.
  • Volcanoes of the United States: This website by USGS provides the online edition of “Volcanoes of the United States” by Steven R. Brantley. Use this book to explore the volcanoes of Hawaii, the Cascade Range, and Alaska, along with the most recent eruptions in the U.S.
  • Volcano Live: John Seach, one of the world’s leading volcano adventurers, has traveled to and witnessed eruptions of more than 180 volcanoes around the world. This website monitors worldwide volcanic activity all over the world, providing such extensive coverage that you might begin to feel the heat from the edge of the cone yourself.

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College

  • Alaska Volcano Observatory: The AVO is a joint program of the United States Geological Survey (USGS), the Geophysical Institute of the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAFGI), and the State of Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys (ADGGS). At this website, you’ll be able to learn about AVO’s monitoring of scientific investigations, assessment of volcanic hazards, and warnings of impending dangerous activity.
  • The Electronic Volcano: This website by Dartmouth College provides many resources on active volcanoes. You’ll be able to find maps of active volcanoes worldwide and the full texts of dissertations covering active volcanoes. In addition to English, the website is available in Chinese, Spanish, German, Italian, Russian, and French!
  • How Volcanoes Work: This website describes the science behind volcanoes and volcanic processes. Given by NASA’s Project ALERT (Augmented Learning Environment and Renewable Teaching), this website presents information in a progressive manner so that people who lack fundamental knowledge of volcanological principles and terms can gradually build their skills.
  • MTU Volcanoes Page: The Michigan Technological University composed this informative website, which is also sponsored by the Keweenaw Volcano Observatory. Use this website to learn about such topics as volcanic hazards mitigation and remote sensing of volcanoes. Don’t leave the page without clicking the links for volcanic humor!
  • Volcano World: Oregon State University offers this interesting web resource, which includes everything you might need concerning volcanoes. The academic side of the website offers interesting highlights from around the world, including Obama’s need to leave Indonesia because of volcanic ash; the playful side offers volcano factoids, games, and an art gallery.

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