My favorite daily devotional. Indeed, these devotionals are shining examples of the kind of regular teaching/exhortation that might take place in the assembly on the Lord's day. If the brethren cannot approach Mr. Spurgeon's godly eloquence, nevertheless we can encourage and exhort one another through mutual ministry.
My favorite history of the church. You can buy the book at the link above. Someone has said history is written by the conquerors. Not this one! I love E.H. Broadbent. Read my review of his book here.
Dispensationalism is, I believe, simply a right division of the Word of truth. The apostles did not teach "dispensationalism." One arrives at a dispensational understanding of Scripture by believing what the apostles taught, which is to say, by believing the NT epistles. If dispensationalism is held in increasing derision by the "kingdom now" proponents and other postmillenialists, and if the proponents of dispensationalism are increasingly marginalized in the church (I have no idea if this is true or not), it makes no difference: this is the teaching of the law, the prophets, and the apostles. We are deep into the apostasy and therefore it is no surprise that sound doctrine is deprecated. I love Mr. Larkin's book. Here you can read it online.
Pacific Garden Mission, Chicago
God saves people who have reached the end of themselves! I used to love listening to episodes of "Unshackled" on the radio.
Site devoted to the teaching of W. Carl Ketcherside. I have an article of his posted on this page.