StreetlightsBible 4+

Streetlights

    • 4.8 • 414 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

Streetlights audio Bible and teaching resources made available for all.

Welcome, we hope you enjoy the Streetlights App! Our mission is to translate, teach and proclaim God’s Word through creative communication and innovative production, so that all people, regardless of educational background or knowledge of the Bible, can engage the Scriptures. We hope that you decide to download the Streetlights App and let the Word of God transform your life.

Key New Features!

1. Offline listening is now available. You can download audio tracks directly to your phone for offline listening.

2. Bluetooth capability now available.

3. Casting capability to airplay devices and Chromecast devices now available.

Here are some other features:

Audio Bibles:
*Stream both the Streetlights' English audio Bible (New Living Translation) & Spanish Audio Bible (Nueva Versión Internacional).

Prisims:
*Stream music created by Prisims, as well as stream Alert312's discography.

Teaching:
*Corner Talk is how we want to visually teach and chop up God’s word like we would on the street corner. We want to share what Jesus talks about in His Word and ask - now what does that mean for us? Each series will mix it up with powerful films, live teachers, music, and topics where the Bible and life meet.

Give:
*If you desire to support our ministry, you can now give through our App. You will be directed to a secure service provider (Subsplash Giving) and can choose an amount to donate to our ministry. The process is very seamless, and your support allows us to continue in the work we do.

Gear:
*Access to Streetlights online store

What’s New

Version 5.19.0

Misc. bug fixes and improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
414 Ratings

414 Ratings

Queen_esther ,

Best Bible Audio, But Hope for More Translations

This is the only Bible audio I know so far that doesn’t have one monotonous voice that reads the whole passage. It features different voices for characters, tones of voices fitting for context, and light music in the background. I only wish that Streetlights will include different translations, like the ESV, CSB, and NKJV soon. However, it takes much effort and work to do this, so it may be a future project that requires support, time, and painstaking (but worthwhile) effort. In addition, I preferred a previous version of the app that allowed each chapter to play even when my phone closes and doesn’t immediately refresh to the next chapter but allows one to pause at the exact place (like an audio bookmark).

1TamFan1220 ,

Good listening

I really do enjoy SL, I think it’s something long over due. As someone with a very busy schedule when I can’t sit down to read my bible listening to SL really helps keep me engaged while listing. I like the addition of new books I look forward to the complete bible being available.

The only things that I find to be unpleasant is each time it updates, I have to create a new account each time, and the “favorites” I’ve marked are gone. This new update also doesn’t seem to offer a “favs” which is a bit disappointing. Having to create an account that doesn’t seem to even have a purpose is not necessary, having to enter a first and last name, age and email every time there’s an update gets tiresome. Having to recreate a playlist also. For myself, I listen while at work and certain tracks I found to help me best while in the workplace. Having to redo that every update makes me want to find something else to listen to rather than redo the list every single time. Like other apps, I wish updates didn’t erase everything, just add new content or futures without wiping everything out.

Over all, it’s a good app and a fun way to help engage the listener, I hope this feed back helps with future updates. Some people may not care about the little things some do, but over all I’m glad SL is even here. For the reasons listed I give 4 out of 5 stars.

Roy McCoy O'Boy ,

Gripping!

I’ve tried lots of audio bibles, from the droning monotones to Darth Vader to the expensive dramatized one. None of them kept my mind from wandering (monotone = sleepy; Darth = creepy; dramatized version is like listening to a movie with no picture: kind of annoying because you feel like you’re missing out somehow).

I was skeptical of Streetlights at first, but by the third chapter of Matthew I couldn’t put it down (you know what I mean).

Gripping, earnest, honest, amazing! I really don’t know why, but this version brings back (and exceeds) that “Wow, it’s like I’ve never read it before” feeling just before accepting Jesus. Halfway through John now and I don’t remember Jesus so “in your face.” Brand new all over again.

Now, I *do* have some comments re: the app - same as others. Chapter-by-chapter autoplay please! And “remember where I left off” please! Download for offline would be nice. And if you’re really stretching it, maybe the text, too—to read along. That last one is just a “nice to have,” though—and unneeded if Streetlights could autoplay in the background!

Sent some $ to the ministry and I’m proselytizing like crazy; Thanks!

App Privacy

The developer, Streetlights, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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