Are you looking for a solid biblical church?
We understand that many are dissatisfied with “lukewarm” christianity but are not sure where to go, and have collected a few helpful resources for you.
These resources are help but as we always advise, be discerning! No list of churches will be complete or totally reliable. Please feel free to contact us is we can assist you with any question you might have.
Church finder resources:
I’ll Be Honest is a media ministry that is part of Grace Community Church of San Antonio, TX (gccsatx.com) seeking to publish Biblical Christian Videos on the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Our graduates serve in churches and centers of biblical training around the world. This map is intended as a resource to locate sound biblical churches and connect with TMS alumni where you live or where you are traveling. Most congregations in our Find a Church system have graduates who are either senior or associate pastors, or serve alongside leadership in some way. However, we have included some churches where TMS men simply attend, because our alumni tend to be members of very sound places of worship. The Master’s Seminary is unable to endorse each of these churches nationally or internationally, however, our policy is to remove churches from our site that do not adhere to the historic evangelical Christian faith in doctrine or in practice.
The largest and most trusted library of over 939000 free audio sermons from conservative Christian churches and ministries worldwide.
Family-Integrated Churches, “Church and family Network”. For over a decade this network has been a unique tool facilitating connections between churches who worship in an age integrated fashion and the families looking for them.
The following churches consider themselves doctrinally friendly to the Founders movement in the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC). Any church that at a minimum has a pastor who is able to subscribe to one of the historic baptistic confessions listed below is welcome to join the list, whether the church is SBC or not.
Abstract of Principles | 2nd London Baptist Confession (1689) | 1st London Baptist Confession (1644) | New Hampshire Confession.
9Marks exists to equip church leaders with a biblical vision and practical resources for displaying God’s glory to the nations through healthy churches. To that end, we want to see churches characterized by these nine marks of health: preaching, biblical theology, the Gospel, conversion, evangelism, membership, discipline, discipleship, and leadership.