The Internet is full of great resources! Check out some of our favorites below.
- Orthodox Presbyterian Church • Our denomination
- Presbytery of the Southwest of the OPC • Our local presbytery
- Outward OPC • A tool for the OPC and other reformed churches to be more effective in reaching people outside the church.
- OPC Position Papers • General Assembly (GA) reports that are thoughtful and weighty treatises on important matters but are not constitutional documents.
- New Horizons • Denominational newsletter
- Harvest Call • Newsletter that encourages prayer for the works of the NAPARC Reformed and Presbyterian churches around the world.
- OPC Online Store • Publications by the Committee on Christian Education and the Committee for the Historian
- Ligonier Ministries • The teaching fellowship of R.C. Sproul
- Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals • Coalition of pastors, scholars, and churchmen who hold the historic creeds and confessions of the Reformed faith and who proclaim biblical doctrine in order to foster a
- Reformed awakening in today’s Church.
- Reformation Heritage Books • Puritan and Reformed literature
- Westminster Bookstore • Biblically rich, theologically robust, and pastorally relevant books and resources for God’s people
Blogs & News
- The Aquila Report • Your independent source for news and commentary from and about conservative, orthodox, evangelicals in the Reformed and Presbyterian family of churches.
- Heidelblog • Blog of Dr. R. Scott Clark, professor of church history and historic theology at Westminster Seminary California
- Reformation 21 • Encouraging biblical thinking, living, worship, ministry and constructive cultural engagement • From the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals
- Mortification of Spin • A Casual Conversation from the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals
Place for Truth • A Voice of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals
- Meet the Puritans — Where the Dead Still Speak • The Alliance’s Voice of Puritan and Reformed Theology
- Gentle Reformation • Cooperative effort by friends in the Reformed & Presbyterian faith
- The Personal Blog of Mateen Elass • Random thoughts from an Arab, Reformed theologian