Sunday, December 31, 2006


Sorry I've been out for so long! This semester got a bit overwhelming. And then there's a little experiment I've been working on.

I've often noticed how easy it is to find Christian resources through Google searches and the like, but I've rarely had a way to find reliable Christian resources. AND, I've found many useful things online over the years that I wish I could share with folks. Add to that a desire for pay off school debt, and there you have it: CROSSTIE.ORG. Please VISIT!

Ok, it's really just another blog that looks like a website, but I'm trying to index and evaluate many good online tools with room for the opinions of other folks (it's unmoderated for now). I plan to add at least one a week and label them so you can easily find things through the contents (or the search at the top of the page). I hope to keep the list down to a workable number of good sources and do not plan to evaluate things I don't find useful.Nor do I plan on sticking with evangelical or even Christian material. If I find it helpful for ministry, I'll try to stick it in (for example).

Anyway, take a peek and share your thoughts. I'll be adding book links through Amazon at a later date.


Anonymous said...

be sure to sign up for the google adsense or get paid based on clicks etc...there might even be a couple other things out there you could bannerize with to make some cash... ;)

PS - it is cool and I have looked at it...hahahaha

Anonymous said...

Hey Steve,
Whenever you add links to good books on Amazon, you might also consider these sites for free public domain books available for download. Lots of good stuff: (at Calvin College -- requires you sign up for a free account, but some books are available in MP3 to stick on your iPod, includes fiction like Robinson Crusoe but also religious books) (religious) (more mostly fiction)
Brady Riedel

Steve said...

Nice! I actually used CCEL for one of the first posts at [here].