Helpful Ministries

The following are resources that have been helpful to us as individuals and as a church collectively. While we cannot endorse every article or sermon from these ministries, we do share many things in common. We worship and proclaim a God who is sovereign. We strive for health in the local church, a supernatural community made through the gospel of Jesus Christ. We believe in unity centered around the gospel of Christ and the teachings of Scripture.

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9Marks Ministries was founded by Mark Dever at Capitol Hill Baptist Church. What do they do? “At 9Marks, we write books, articles, and book reviews. We host conferences, record interviews, and consult with church leaders. In short, we do everything we can to help pastors, future pastors, and church members see what a biblical church looks like, and to take practical steps for becoming one.”

Desiring God was founded by John Piper. “God is most glorified in us, when we are most satisfied in him — desiringGod.org exists to help people everywhere understand and embrace this truth. We aim to make the glory of God and the goodness of joy the foundation and flavor of everything we do.

Grace to You was founded by John MacArthur. It provides access to his teaching through thousands of sermons and dozens of books.

I’ll Be Honest is a media ministry that is part of Grace Community Church of San Antonio, TX (gccsatx.com). We are seeking to publish Biblical Christian Videos on the Gospel of Jesus Christ.”

As a broadly Reformed network of churches, The Gospel Coalition encourages and educations current and next-generation Christian leaders by advocating gospel-centered principles and practices that glorify the Savior and do good to those for who he shed his life’s blood. A biblical grounded and united mission is the only enduring future for the church. We desire to champion the gospel of Jesus Christ with clarity, compassion, courage, and joy—gladly linking hearts with fellow believers across denominational, ethnic, and class lines. We invite all Christians to join us in an effort to renew the contemporary church in the ancient gospel of Christ so that we truly speak and live for him in a way that clearly communicates to our age.”