Our dear listeners, we just received the statistics for our first month of ministry here at Sermon Audio and we were amazed at what we saw. The first ten sermons have been listened to more than 300 times in 26 US states (with California coming in as number 1; no surpise there!) and 20 countries around the world. Outside the US, the Philippines came out on top with Canada coming in second. Even more surprising there are many of you from the Middle East and Europe and even in such far flung areas as Cayman Islands.
When we started this ministry, we didn't know how it will be received. Now we know-- and how we praise God for allowing us to reach out to you in all corners of the globe. With 10 million Filipinos scattered all over the planet, our desire is minister to you through the faithful preaching of God's Word.
So our dear listeners, we welcome all of you to the TBC pulpit. Our prayer is that wherever you maybe, God's grace will reach you.
Soli Deo gloria!
PS We will upload new sermons every month-- watch out for them!
Somebody wrote that “no previous age has equaled our horror of killing, but at the same time, strangely, no previous age ever killed so much!” The Philippines is witnessing a spike in killings, legal and illegal. How should Christians...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
But understand this, that in the last days there will come times of difficulty (2 Timothy 3:1) Our third book titled “Sins of the Last Days” just came out. Its an exposition of 2 Timothy 3:1-5. Here is an excerpt from the introduction:...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
On Tuesday last week, a baby girl was born in the New England region of the US. Unknown to her, her birth instantly changed the lives of a number of people. Her parents became a proud father and mother, and for the next few weeks and months, their...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
And the winner is…. The Philippines has just undergone perhaps its most divisive presidential (and vice-presidential) elections in recent memory. In the run up to election-day, members of even evangelical churches were divided on who to...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
As we await our flight in Madrid airport, news reached us that there was another terrorist attack, this time in Brussels airport and subway, killing about 30 people. As a regular traveller, having been in these places makes it more real to me. A...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
It caught me completely by surprise. A round trip ticket to Spain courtesy of my kids! So begun eight days of adventure in Spain with my wife Haydee and son Gideon (who is finishing his PhD in Europe). Today is our last day here in Spain and as we...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
No great accomplishment in human history has been achieved without much labor and sacrifice. This is still true today. While “Juan Tamad” is a much admired character, the reality is the very opposite. We cannot expect to achieve much...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
He was sitting in front of his house when he saw him for the first time. We were distributing gospel tracts in his barangay, one of the most depressed areas in the city. When we got near him to give him the tract, we realized that he could not...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
It took us nine hours of almost non-stop driving. We started in Austin (Texas) and finally arrived at Big Bend National Park more than 500 miles away at six in the evening. What greeted us was a unique terrain and natural ecosystem. It felt like...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
A week ago, in a span of about 12 hours, I was in close proximity to two incidents on the road that killed five people. In the first case, I was driving with my wife Haydee and our son on the way back from a mall at about 9pm. We were surprised to...[ abbreviated | read entire ]