A while ago, the faithsaves.net website was updated to a new format. While the new format had a variety of advantages, including being mobile friendly, some people thought that the old format was easier to navigate. It is now possible to look for articles in both the old and new formats. To find something the new way, you can:
1.) Use the "topics" menu at the top to search for topics
2.) Use the search feature on the top of the home page
If you liked the old way better, it is now easier to find. In the old way, articles were (and they still are) divided into a variety of topics. If you:
1.) Click on the new "Theological Compositions" button on the right side of the page, you will be taken to a page where the articles are divided into the following topics:
You can then pick the topic you would like to look at.
2.) There is a new "All Content" button on the homepage as well. Here you can search for the titles of pretty much all articles that are out there on the site. The All Content page also has links where Microsoft Word files of various gospel tracts and pamphlets can be downloaded.
3.) For unconverted people reaching the site, the "God's Gift to You" and "Bible Studies" buttons provide information on the gospel, with links to other pages useful for the unconverted, including the "Different Religions" page, and, for those that doubt the truthfulness of Scripture, the "Is the Bible God's Word?" page and "Science and the God of the Bible" pages. These might be useful links for separated Baptist churches to include on their church websites, unless they already have resources available on Christian evidences in a Bible-believing, historic Baptist perspective.
4.) Another way to find material is to search in Google for "faithsaves" as one word and then whatever topic you want; the search engine should search specifically for that topic at faithsaves.net.
5.) For college classes, the large college classes button at the bottom of the homepage is an easy way to gain access.