This is my first blog post as I start getting a website set up for myself. I've been busy working on some interesting projects through UpWork, and at the same time preparing a talk on the evangelist Rodney "Gipsy" Smith that I will be presenting tomorrow at a local retirement home. If you are interested, my source material for this talk is primarily coming from his autobiography, which is available absolutely free in HTML format from www.BibleBelievers.com.
One of the things I love about the Internet is the wealth of old books that you can know access for free. One excellent source is the Wesley Center Online Holiness Classics Library hosted by Northwest Nazarene University. They have hundreds of books available in pdf format for free. I also love the Christian Classics Ethereal Library, which has come in handy for me in the past.
Logos Bible Software is currently scanning in thousands of books, and during the beta period access is free. I have owned Logos packages before, and their materials are always of the highest quality. I encourage anyone reading this to check it out.
Well, that's it for now. Thanks for visiting!
Sara McCaslin is an engineer, a computer scientist, and a freelance writer.