Websites of Interest

Some websites of interest

Individuals supporting our mission have brought these websites to our attention, and we bring them to yours. Listing them here is not necessarily a recommendation. Send additional suggestions to tkuster@blc.edu

Sites within our fellowship

(connected with the Evangelical Lutheran Synod or Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod)

Wisconsin Ev. Lutheran Synod http://www.wels.net
Three main functions: sharing the Gospel, providing support for spiritual growth, and informing members about the synod’s work.

Evangelical Lutheran Synod http://www.evangelicallutheransynod.org
The ELS provides information and outreach tools.

Multi-language Publications http://wels.net/mlp
Produces cross-cultural Lutheran Christian publications.

WELS-tech Podcasts http://welstech.wels.net
Weekly ministry-technology “talk radio” show thriving on the community of techies in synodical circles, congregations, missions, schools, and other organizations.

Una página de teología luterana en español http://www.teologialuterana.com
Theological essays, some works of Luther, devotions, and a manual on the Catechism.

Time of Grace Ministry http://www.timeofgrace.org/index.php
Spreading God’s Word worldwide through multiple media.

Salty Earth Pictures http://www.saltyearthpictures.org
A non-profit devoted to encouraging, producing, and distributing entertainment and media that lightens hearts, challenges minds, and strengthen souls. Produces everything from feature film to webmedia that shares Christ with a world in need.

Do All Paths Lead to God? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3vlRpVWC70&feature=youtu.be
You-tube video by Pastor Brad Kerkow

3031 Tech Forum http://3031tech.forumotion.com
A digital watering hole where technology professionals & enthusiasts explain, recommend, and troubleshoot technology

“Who Is Jesus” Book   http://WhoIsJesusBook.com
An interactive book for the iPad, containing lots of information and clips from the film “Road to Emmaus.”

Sallie Draper’s Blog   http://salliedraper.com/blog
Insights from the WELS tech trainer.

Sites from outside our fellowship

Free Internet Bibles and Bible Stories for Gospel Outreach around the World
http://2016.gowm.org/sessions/kusterj/
Judy Kuster’s comprehensive survey of free resources.

Basecamp http://www.basecamp.com
Could be used to assign and manage projects for working in multiple locations.

Adobe Lynda.com http://www.lynda.com
Adobe training for all kinds of production products, Adobe and others.

International Conference on Video and Media http://www.icum.org
ICVM 2013 is a leading annual conference of Video and Media for all researchers home and abroad.

Gideon Media Arts Conference / Film Festival http://www.gideonfilmfestival.com
Where cutting-edge media arts are combined with one of the most unique Christian conferences and Christian film festivals in the country.

Sermons for Kids http://www.sermons4kids.com
Free reproducible materials, lessons, activities. Very useful, but watch for some decision theology.

Cooke Pictures http://www.cookepictures.com
Provides video, web, and branding resources for Christian ministries.

Free Bible Images http://freebibleimages.org
Photo-like illustrations of Bible history stories, copyrighted but can be used at no charge.

Distant Shores Media http://www.dsmedia.org
Exploring all aspects of media use for Gospel outreach.

Open Bible Stories http://en.door43.org/wiki/Open_Bible_Stories#1
A project of Distant Shores (above). Drawn illustrations of Bible history stories, open source (not copyrighted and can be used at no charge).

The Brinkman Adventures http://brinkmanadventures.com
Using stories (audio), not for outreach but to teach and motivate the home front, especially children, about missions.

Christian Commons   http://distantshoresmedia.org/thechristiancommons
A discussion in depth of a copyright-free approach to mission materials.

Servants Aid   http://www.servantsaid.org/home
Non-denominational Christian service providing free media services for missions, plus a social service component. Considerable work in Haiti.

 

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