Hi Pastor Goligher. My husband and I listen to your services every Sunday by webcast. We really appreciate the way you combine bringing scripture up to date such as "hit squads" Intelectural such as thoughts from Francis Schaffer "first floor and second flour" and all preached with passion and emotion. there are no reformed churches in our area of Maine therefore you are our resturant for spiritual food, along with Faith Free Presbyterian in Greenville S.C.. the rest of the week we go to our own kitchen "the Bible and bible study. We also loved the way you handled the baptism of the Baby. it was so compassionate, not formalistic all though there was necessary some formula Love in Chrisst Sharon Nowland
What a blessing to be able to hear the message of truth streamed into my home. I get down to 10th Church 1 or 2 times per year. Would come every week if I lived close by. May our LORD continue to bless all the ministries of 10th.
I am not sure why, but the streaming on today's webcast was continuosly being interrupted..buffering, at both high and low speed. I am not sure if the problem is on my end, which I suspect...but I was hoping for some solution and found none.
I would love to share with others how blessed I am to listen to Tenth sermons in my car. If you listen to sermons on your computer or download them to an IPod, did you know you can get all the sermons by a particular speaker? You simply go to http://www.sermonaudio.com/tenth then scroll down to the database search boxes and choose SERMONS BY SPEAKER. I have to take this opportunity to highly recommend the Gospel of John series that Jonathan McGreevy preached to TIF. I am consistently blown away by Godâ€™s Word and the way God uses Jonnyâ€™s preaching to challenge, motivate and point the listener to the Cross in a powerful, practical way. I have been listening to this series this month and canâ€™t wait to get in the car each morning to take my son to school. I just had to share!
8/26/2007 1:12:11 AM
It is a great privilege to have Dr. Ryken's sermons available via webcast - just a pity that the live broadcasts are in the middle of the night in New Zealand