Welcome to Exploring Christianity Online!

Thank you for taking the time to come and visit. This website exists because the traditional methods of celebrating Christianity used in English speaking Western countries has a problem: if God decides to send a revival to places like America there will not room in the Church buildings they use to hold all of the people who will come seeking help understanding the Bible and looking for guidance on how to serve the Lord.

In anticipation of the problems a revival among Western nations would create for the clergy who depend on Church buildings as a part of their strategy for reaching their community, we wanted to create a place online to help people take the Christian faith outside of a “Church” building and transform it into something they can take with them into their jobs and in their homes…because we do have enough homes to contain all of the people we would gain as Church members when a revival comes.

Simply put, if God sent a revival to America and other English speaking nations today, the seminary trained clergy would be completely overwhelmed by the number of people God would bring into our Church, which would cripple the spread of a revival, and we must not allow that to happen.

So on this website, we are compiling the best resources we can find in one place (and making a few of our own) to help ordinary people compensate for what Western seminary trained clergy will not be able to do when God intervenes to restore health and unity to the Western Church.

With that in mind, I want to take a few minutes of your time here to explain how this website works. The first thing you need to know is that Exploring Christianity Online is a website that has a collection of red lettered links that you can use to visit different places. Some of them are on our website, others are not.

The second thing you need to know is that each red lettered link that will take you to another part of our website is called a “room,” and the ones that are not called “rooms” will take you to YouTube videos, Normal Christianity blog posts, and a few other places on the Internet.

The third thing you need to know is that each room has a theme (like evangelism) and you can find videos, blog posts, and other things that can help you become skilled at sharing your faith when you think you have a chance.

The last thing is you need to know is that we put this here to give you a personal challenge. How many people can you share this with? Can you share “the Meaning of Christianity” with one different person a day, every day for 30 days?

What about the apologetics videos – how many people can you share them with in a week? How about the Church History blog posts? Who can you recommend them too?

And that’s all.

We want to give you all the information you need to nurture faith, and if you bring some courage to what you think may be an opportunity, then we can work together here to change the world!

Thank you for visiting today!

We look forward to exploring Christianity online together with you!


(November 2019)