Good content is important.

More and more, there is an overabundance of content available to us online. And while it's easy to find good stuff out there, it's much easier to find bad stuff. As followers of Christ, we need to be careful what kind of content we are consuming - even some things that have a Christian focus can communicate poor theology or be biblically inaccurate. At LCN, we recognize that we don't always have the time, money, staff, or resources to produce content as regularly as people consume it. So, rather than setting aside everything else to create that content, we have instead gathered together a large scope of content that we believe accurately and effectively guides us all to be better followers of Christ.

Our ultimate goal is for you to know the life-transforming person of Jesus Christ, and we pray these resources help you to continue growing in your relationship with Christ. Click the images below to check out these resources! And we would love to hear your feedback on this content or any recommendations you have to add to our list!

  • BibleProject

    One of our favorite resources for biblical study is BibleProject, a company that produces really cool media completely for free. Their mission is to help people encounter the Bible like never before and recognize that it is a unified story that leads to Jesus. Check out their videos, podcast, Bible studies, and much much more!

  • Wednesday Night Worship

    Join Pastor Mike and Pastor Sheldon as they dive deeper into Scripture and engage in some conversation about biblical themes. These Wednesday Night Worship services cover quite a few Psalms, as well as go in depth into several of the minor prophets. Keep an eye out for new videos as well!

  • Bible Gateway

    Bible Gateway is a searchable online Bible in more than 200 versions and 70 languages that you can freely read, research, and reference anywhere. It contains a library of audio Bibles, a mobile app, devotionals, email newsletters, and other free resources. Their goal is to equip you to not only read the Bible, but to understand it.

  • The Discipleship Place

    The Discipleship Place is a website where you can find many biblical and theological studies from a Wesleyan - specifically Nazarene - perspective. This site provides Nazarene resources for those who are looking to deepen their understanding and faith in areas like Bible & Theology, church membership, small groups, and more.

  • My Utmost For His Highest

    My Utmost For His Highest is a collection of devotional thoughts compiled from transcripts of teachings from Oswald Chambers from the early 1900s. This collection challenges and encourages people all over the world, guiding us all as we continue on the journey of getting to know God better.

  • Andy Stanley

    Andy Stanley is a communicator, author, leadership guru, and pastor of North Point Community Church. His teachings have encouraged and inspired millions to dive deeper into their faith and grow in relationship with Christ. His practical way of communicating the Gospel is a great place for believers - new and old - to start.

  • Bible In One Year

    The Bible in One Year is a daily Bible reading plan which takes you through the whole Bible in 365 days.  It is ideal for anyone who is looking for an easy and accessible way to read and understand the Bible. Each day includes 3 Scripture passages and a daily commentary to engage more closely with the Bible.

  • Read Scripture

    Read Scripture is an app focused on helping everyone read the Bible and discover the truth and beauty of God's Word. In coordination with the BibleProject, this app incorporates a reading plan with creative videos, all in the hopes that people would gain a greater understanding of God's word and how it applies to their life.

  • A Plain Account

    A Plain Account is a Wesleyan Lectionary Commentary built off of the Revised Common Lectionary. It contains commentaries, discipleship resources, music, a podcast, and more, submitted by pastors, teachers, professors, and scholars from multiple traditions who all trace their roots to John Wesley.