I am delighted to announce that, thanks to the help of a brother at Mukwonago Baptist Church, my two websites, the evangelistic page What Must I Do to be Saved? and the Christian page, Theological Compositions, are going to have their resources available at the more user-friendly page http://faithsaves.net. Most of the evangelistic resources are already available there, as is most of the material from Theological Compositions (in the "Advanced Studies" tab at the top). There are going to be continuing updates and developments at http://faithsaves.net as time goes on, and I will continue to put new material on the older websites as well, so you can continue to access them if you prefer. However, the new site has an address that is much easier to remember and will look nicer.
Also, if you to be a good steward of your finances, and don't want to be part-owner of a beer company, or Planned Parenthood, etc., the Timothy Plan will do a free moral audit of your mutual funds. You can contact them here. I have their High Yield Bond Fund. I would like to get their mutual funds, but while they filter out all alcohol makers, they do not filter out all businesses that sell alcohol (they wouldn't buy a bar, but a supermarket that sells some alcohol would still not be filtered out.) I am not aware of any mutual fund that also gets rid of companies like that, but I would want to, based on Habakkuk 2:15. Since in the bond fund the same filters apply but one is lending money instead of actually owning the company, I believe the Bond Fund is justifiable.
Finally, you can get free software that sends all the websites you visit to one or two other people here. The people claim to be Christians, but I don't know if they are or not, but the product is good in any case. I have both their free accountability software and a filter on our computers. "Take heed unto thyself, and unto the doctrine; continue in them: for in doing this thou shalt both save thyself, and them that hear thee" (1 Tim 4:16).