Speed The Need: An urgent needs-net for missionaries.
Special feature: In addition to subscriber-based news from the mission field, STN's Tool Box page on the web links missionaries to instant sources for practical help-ranging from poison control centers to auto mechanics-worldwide.
Not Just Bibles: A Guide to Christian Resources on the Internet.
Special feature: Cornell University librarian Gary Bogart was one of the first to put missions on the Internet. It's still the most extensive index of mission organizations, news, and resources.
Missionnet: Begun by Chicago physician Ron Smith, this is a giant discussion group of missionary activity, as well as a connecting point to websites with helpful overseas information.
Special feature: Unedited and wide-ranging posts from missionaries. Special note: Mission-net's domain name, "missionnet.org" differs only slightly from the domain name registered by the Mormon church, "Mission.net."
Brigada: A computer and e-mail hub for missions set up by Mission Aviation Fellowship.
Address: http://www. brigada.org/
Special feature: Browsers may subscribe to topical conferences on subjects like "yemini people." Past prayer requests and mission news are well-archived.
Mission Network News: Radio shorts and brief coverage of breaking news.
Special feature: A service of Cornerstone College, MNN radio programs are broadcast on many Christian radio stations.