ResourcesSONlight is committed to spreading the word of God to people around the world.
We want to bring the good news of salvation through Jesus to those who have not heard, and we desire to provide thorough and incisive Biblical instruction to all who have entered into a personal relationship with God.
We have provided the following resources to help develop a Biblical understanding in those who desire to learn more about God.
Guide for Spiritual Nourishment to help encourage you and plan a yearly Biblical reading plan. This plan will help you read through the bible in one year, and grow in the Lord through the following steps:
- Read the Bible (Rev. 1:3; Ps. 119:18)
- Study the Bible (Ps. 119:93; 2 Tim. 2:15)
- Memorize the Bible (Ps. 119:11,71; Col. 3:16a)
- Meditate on the Bible (Josh. 1:8; Ps. 1:2; 119:15, 59, 99)
- Obey the Bible (James 1:22; Matt. 7:24; Ps. 119:14,60,112)
Additonal Audio ResourcesAs most of our ministry is through audio, we have found a couple of highly useful and effective audio resources:
Calvary Chapel Bible College Germany, near Siegen, Germany. He has graciously provided extensive commentaries online on most books of the Bible in text form, and many of the same commentaries in audio form as well.
These are generally 45 to 60 minute lectures that are methodical in their approach to scripture and conservative in interpretation. They are easy to follow and a great source of instruction. Highly recommended for all interested in learning more about the Bible.
Other audio resources are also available on many other subjects as well. Marriage, Topical Messages, and Deeper Christian Life are just of the few of the available topics. The series on church history is also particularly enjoyable and informative.
In addition the audio commentary resources are available by podcast.
Reclaiming the Mind Ministries that is focused on teaching theology and a deeper understanding of God through conversational recordings on a variety of topics. Salvation Essentials and Orthodoxy, Hermeneutics: How to Interpret the Bible, and What is Orthodoxy? are a few examples of the types of topics available.
These are generally 60 to 90 minute discussions between two theologians and a moderator that are enjoyable and engaging, and are generally conservative. Many of the topics discussed are quite deep and require a certain grasp of terminology and understanding. We recommend starting at the beginning of the series and going forward.
In addition these theological audio resources are also available by podcast.