Pre-Internet days, you had a limited number of resources as a Christian to learn more about your faith (other than The Bible): books, radio, and maybe magazine articles.
Now, with the Internet, there are more resources than ever. But it’s not just about more – the quality of resources are better.
For example, in the past, if you wanted to listen to a sermon from some of the best pastors in the U.S., you would have to travel and sit in their church or you might get lucky and have access to a radio station that broadcasted their sermons.
Today, many churches post sermons online in audio form for access whenever you want and some even broadcast live.
And with Twitter, you can follow many pastors and get what is, in essence, a daily devotion from them. (Although some pastors on Twitter, like Chuck Swindoll, don’t quite get Twitter yet as you can tell it’s a staff member posting for them – Swindoll is mentioned in his tweets in third person!)
The hard thing is actually finding good online resources. Here’s a short list of 5 various ones where you can learn, get “centered” and be motivated about your faith: