Websites with Free Online Discipleship Resources

Lee County Library

Christian classics and contemporary Christian authors may be found at your local library, and if they don't have it on the shelf they might be able to request a copy for you on inter-library loan. The library also has downloadable eBooks, music, magazines, documentaries, and feature films. Books by mail are available for the disabled, and talking books are mailed out postage free to to the disabled. 

 Wesleyan Holiness Digital Library

Free downloadable digital books. The purpose of the library is to provide global access to the largest electronic library of Wesleyan-Holiness resources in the world through the development and maintenance of a multilingual, cross-discipline, and cross-cultural collection to support international ministerial preparation, academic excellence, and spiritual development in the Wesleyan-Holiness tradition.

 Joni & Friends Resources

The resources on Joni and Friends are provided to help churches fulfill the Luke 14 mandate where Jesus tells of a great feast where people with disabilities are invited: the poor, the crippled, the blind and the lame. Whether you are an individual seeking to learn more about disabilities, a church wanting to start a disability ministry, or an educator searching for resources for your classroom, Joni and Friends is here to help! 

 The Discipleship Place

Resources to equip you, the lay person, for ministry in your local church, community, neighborhood, family, and workplace. It is also an excellent way for you to grow as a disciple of Christ. Resources include:

Devotionals sent directly to your email.

Book driven courses where you work at your own pace. You may have to purchase the book.

Bible studies that may be a .pdf file that your download or recorded conference calls.

Small group curriculum that includes leader's guide, handouts, and Power Point presentations.

Home Schooler Resources

Conference calls that cover a wide range of topics such as family issues, how to study the Bible, how to ommunicate effetively and much more. Every call features an expert in the field who is inteviwed by the host followed by a time of questions by those  who are on the call. Each call lasts about an hour.


Browse these sites and see all that is at your fingertips!

BibleGateway.com

A free online resource that includes:

Around 50 English Bible versions and around 70 versions in other languages. They can be searched and viewed individually, side by side, or topically. 

Full audio Bibles are available in the NIV, NASB, KJV, ESV, HCSB, and Lexham English Bible. You can choose a dramatized version or George W. Sarris or Max McClean as reader. Other audio resources such as devotionals are availabe.

Reading plans, verse of the day, devotionals and newsletters can be sent directly to your email. Authors include Sheri Rose Shepherd, John Ortberg, and Max Lucado.

Bible study tools such as:

Matthew Henry's Commentary
Reformation Study Bible
Asbury Bible Commentary
The 
IVP New Testament Commentary Series

Bible Dictionaries

You can set personal preferences for BibleGateway.com, and a mobile application is available.

WordSearch.org

This is a commercial site but it currently offers over 200 free downloadable eBooks. This mainly includes Christian classics that are now in public domain. Titles include:

A Plain Account of Christian Perfection by John Wesley
Complete Works of Joesephus
Bible Lands Map Set
Finney's Systematic Theology
Foxe's Book of Martyres
History of the Christian Church by Phillip Schaff
In His Steps by Charles Monroe Sheldon
Paradise Lost by John Milton
Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan
Popular Christianity by Catherine Booth
The Deeper Christian Life by Andrew Murray


All these sites offer much more than is summarized here. Not so long ago the average person did not have access to many of these works. Now they are available to all of us and many are free. We do not even have to leave our homes to obtain them. Thank God and His faithful servants for these great resources to help us follow our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

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Fort Myers First Church of the Nazarene

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Fort Myers First Church of the Nazarene
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