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Hope wrote: Is anyone else having problems with the app loading? I have version 3.7 It will not load and will close after about 30 seconds of trying. When I double click the iPad button it shows my last sermon that I was listening to; however, when I click it, it does not respond at all and then it goes away also. I have also turned off the iPad and started it again with no help. Is there a fix for this? By the way I love SermonAudio...I listen to sermons all the time. Thank you!!
Same issue(s) here...happend after I updated on 9/5/14 I have the app on my iphone
Instructional Great sermon addressed to ministers (especially young ministers) on how to be a good pastor.
I especially appreciate how Dr. Beeke talks about pastors visiting their people, and showing them love on Sundays as they greet them. My pastor visited me while I was going through cancer. However, the assistant pastor even though I emailed him the news of my diagnosis, he never said anything to me and that has hurt. . It is really important for pastors to show love to all the members of their flock.
Thank you for posting this! Great Q&A! I think the Church is behind the curve on the issue of nutrition and needs to address it. With Obama Care, GMO foods and environmental issues our health is under assault. We must take care of ourselves because no one else is going to.
Thank you Paul washer â€śYour not suppose to have a quiet time so you can go out and be real nice and moral
Christianity has a morality and an ethnic but Christianity is not about morality
you meet with God so that the fragrance of God & thoughts of God might stay with me all day; so that you may begin to think unto the glory of Godâ€ť Paul Washer
Thank you Paul washer for being one of the most impactful people in my life
Great Sermon! I listen to this talk by Paul Washer a month before getting married a couple years ago. I thought I had a handle on what it meant to be a solid husband...wow. If selfishness is the casing to a grenade, then marriage is pulling the pin. This is the most intense sermon/talk I've heard on the topic of marriage. Only listen to this if you are buckled up.