These are worthwhile links that didn't quite fit into the other categories.
Greg Stier (the Speaker Guy) at Dare 2 Share was the co-founding pastor at my former home church, Grace Church of Arvada. He still attends when he's not on the road training teens to share the gospel. Visit the D2S site for great youth resources!
I've had some friends who were big fans of Gary Ezzo. I lean more to the info on this site.
Al Menconi Ministries provides helpful analysis and commentary on the popular culture, addressing music, movies, video games, etc. I served on Al's board when we lived in California and still consider him a good friend, even though he gives me a hard time if the Padres beat the Rockies. I'm now writing music reviews for his site.
My fine friend (and former co-Bible teacher at a disturbed "Christian" school) Brad Hopkins now works for the Denver Rescue Mission, helping homeless families get back on their feet.
Tim Oliver is a fellow Dividing Line listener. Visit his site for plenty of useful links.
Compassion International is a wonderful ministry to hurting children around the world. We've sponsored kids since the early 1980s.
Let's start with a great place to buy theological software. Go to Rejoice Software for excellent prices.
I highly recommend the NET Bible, a new version featuring more translator notes than any prior English translation. I have it in both HTML and Logos versions, and you can use it online from anywhere. Another great online resource is The Bible Gateway, offering numerous versions for parallel online study. Yet another massive online resource is The Blue Letter Bible, loaded with everything from commentaries to thousands of hymns indexed to Bible verse.
For serious scholars, I recommend BibleWorks for a full-featured program that offers great speed and incredible search capabilities in Greek and Hebrew as well as in numerous English versions. Read my review.
For serious scholars with no money, check out the free e-Sword. Thanks to Carrie from BC for the link. Rick Meyers has now added Pocket PC support as well, and it's still all free: Bibles, dictionaries, commentaries, etc.
Laridian has the best Bible software for Handheld and Palmtop computers. I use their PalmBible every Sunday on my NEC MobilePro 770.
William D. Mounce's Basics of Biblical Greek is an excellect book and CD-ROM package for learning Greek. Dr. Mounce also offers free flashcard and parsing software on his Teknia site.
I have used Dr. Gleason Archer's GreekMaster to determine how to pronounce Greek words. It's an excellent CD, although I'm focusing more on Bill Mounce's tools now.
Thanks to my former student Tom Herrera for pointing me to The American Center for Law and Justice, a great resource on legal issues like student rights on religious matters, pro-life issues, ethics, etc.
My long-time friend Dean Esmay is a blogger extraordinaire. We've had some enjoyable discussions over theological issues through the years. Visit the thought-provoking Dean's World today to get his take on history, politics, science and philosophy. Caution: Not for everyone. Some articles contain "strong" language.