Ancient Bible Texts

King James Version Bible 1611 Edition with the Apocrypha

The Apocrypha King James Version

The Lost Books of the Bible

The Forgotten Books of Eden

The Book of Enoch

The Book of Jubilees

The Book of Jasher

The New English Translation of the the Septuagint

 Codex Sinaiticus

 Masoretic Text & NT


Bible References

Free Bible Commentaries Online


Bible Research on Homosexuality

Church Tradition only condemn Homosexuality not the Bible

Spiritual Job Placement

Spiritual Gifts Assessment

This assessment will help a believer discover all the gifts that will develop  Christendom.

Neighborhood Link National Network

19144 Zip Code Profile


Free Cell Phones
Any individual receiving government benefits may be eligible for a free cell by contacting Safelink Wireless at 1-800-977-3768 or visit their web site at

Jewish Relief Agency
The Jewish Relief Agency gives low income families the following services: monthly food baskets which is delivered  to your home, children clothing, school supplies, toys, transportation and home repairs.  For more information, contact the agency at (610) 660-0190.

Neighborhood Energy Centers
Serve as "one-stop shops" for all low-income energy customers. Staff provides budget counseling and intake for conservation and home-repair programs that offer more permanent solutions to the problem of energy affordability.

Energy services includes:
            - Budget counseling

            - Energy conservation education

            - PECO and PGW Customer Assistance Programs

            - Water Conservation Program

 Call ECA or visit the web site for a list of centers
Energy Coordinating Agency of Philadelphia (ECA)
(215) 988-0929

Basic Systems Repair Program
(Free Repairs for Homeowners in Philadelphia)
The BSRP provides free repairs to the electrical, plumbing, and heating systems of owner-occupied homes in Philadelphia. BSRP may also provide free replacement of a house's roof if major interior damage such as a collapsing ceiling is evident.

For more information contact the Philadelphia Housing Development Corp. 1234 Market Street, 17th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107 or call (215) 448-2160.

Free Glasses for Children
Free Vision Care Services and Eyeglasses for Uninsured Children: The Eye Institute will provide all services at their office 4943 North 5th Street Phila.,PA.
Applicants must fill out a form on Mondays or Thursday from 2:00PM to 4:00PM. Call (215) 456-1662 for more information.

Philadelphia Housing Authority
Section 8 Program
Go online:, and follow prompts to "Apply for Housing
Choice Voucher Program" or call PHA at (215)684-1200 is the number for the call center, to be staffed by 50 PHA representatives. The call center will be open 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM.

The Covenant House
The Covenant House Pennsylvania serves homeless youths in the Philadelphia area. For more information contact the toll free number at 1-888-829-1249 or the 24 hour hotline 1-800-999-9999. You can also research for information at
American Red Cross
The American Red Cross is here when you need us most - 24 hours a day. Red Cross emergency assistance contact information is below for the Philadelphia area:
Disaster Services
Individuals and families affected by natural and man-made disasters.
Call: (215) 299-4000


Fresh Start

Contact Information: 4035 Parrish Street Philadelphia, PA 19104 (215) 387-2325 Contact person is Mr. Derek Felton. Fresh Start gives out items every 2nd Tuesday and every 3rd Saturday of the month between 9:00AM to 11:00AM.

Eligibility Requirements: None

Referral Process: No referral is needed. Clients receives laundry detergent, fabric softener, toilet paper deodorant, food, etc. Clients must show up with the photo ID.

Documentation Required: Photo ID

Salvation Army

Contact Information: 1340 Brown Street (near Broad & Fairmount Streets) Philadelphia, PA 19123 (215) 787-2962 or (215) 787-2800

Eligibility Requirements: None

Referral Process: No referral is needed. Clients line up outside and the first 15 people in the line receives food and clothes. Clients needs to arrive early, before 8:30AM to get a chance to be one of the first 15 in line. 

Documentation Required: None