We are pleased to announce that our very own 24x7 SermonAudio Radio Stream is now available on PCs and mobile devices for your non-stop listening enjoyment! The stream provides a collection of great preaching and sacred music in a programming schedule that aims to be a blessing to all who may listen.
HOW TO TUNE IN. Simply look for the RADIO button found on the upper-right corner of the site. Alternatively, you can navigate to www.sermonradio.com OR sermonaudio.fm from your PC or mobile device (iPhone, iPad, Android, etc).
Mobile Radio Support! The latest version of our iPhone+iPad App and Android App adds built-in support for our 24x7 Radio Stream so you can now tune in and enjoy the stream wherever you are either at home or on the road! Simply click on the RADIO icon located in the HOME tab and enjoy it on those long commutes!
Some of the audio included in the programming schedule include:
Random staff picks.
Random featured sermons.
Spurgeon's daily devotionals.
Clips from Lamplighter's collection of children's audio dramas.
Clips from the Pilgrim's Progress unabridged audio drama.
Be sure to let others know who may benefit from this kind of "passive" listening experience. Shut-ins and others who are unable to actively navigate on the site. It's the newest way to be blessed with the riches found here on SermonAudio.com!
New! Our 24/7 radio stream can now be heard on any regular telephone, without the need for Internet or a smartphone, using our Listen Line! Simply dial 712-432-4200 and tune in for free!
New! Our 24/7 radio stream can now be heard on the Amazon Echo family of devices for your enjoyment! Be sure to get our free skill and begin listening to great preaching and teaching on this new platform!
Internet Radio Devices Support. There are a plethora of standalone Internet radio streaming devices on the market that are supported like the Logitech Squeezebox Radio. Simply use the following URL: http://radio.sa-media.com:8000
Now Playing Information. Whether you tune in to the radio stream on your iPhone or Android (or on the web), you can see what is currently playing. But with our iPhone App, you can see this information on Bluetooth devices as well (ie: cars).
We hope this new method of listening to the great preaching and resources found on SermonAudio.com will prove to be a blessing to you either in the car, in your home, or wherever you may be!
Christopher000 wrote: You bet, John. I think it's a nice thing to have on in the background, and glad your connection has improved enough that you can make use of it.
Amen and amen! The world is very good at supplying (bad) things to look at or listen to, and I'm glad to see SA supplying such a great tool with most excellent material to listen to. Buried in the site itself are countless short sermonettes, and these are coming up on the radio, thanks to the hard work of a saint, who arranges all of this for our benefit. The Lord bless them.
Hey Christopher, thanks for mentioning the Radio. I've not until recently had a quick enough connection to use things like that. But now I have an improvement, there is much more I can do. So I tried the Radio this morning and it is great!
Already today there's been a devotional from Spurgeon, piano music, hymns, short sermons, long sermons, Bible studies.
I've managed to listen to two sermons this morning: "Come see a man" by Maurice Roberts, which is all about evangelism, using the Lord himself as an example, in John 4; and "Reformed Christians" by Gerard Hemmings, taking a look at the "elder brother" and his poor attitude, in the parable of the prodigal son.
What a facility! Well done SA! God is glorified, saints edified.
Excellent...just gave the radio button a try, and also enabled and tried out the Echo skill. Wouldn't mind having it available for iHeartRadio, and/or Spotify, but no matter, plenty of other options. Thanks!
Congratulations SermonAudio! A great new Service! I just listened to the new SermonAudio Radio Stream on my home desk top computer and by way of the three different ways you provide for connecting to the stream.
Hmm, where shut-ins and even more so with invalids who might not be able to control what they hear and the amount that they do here of a particular topic--I would say be particularly cautious.
When I was living around the Chicago area I appreciated one thing that the Moody Bible radio Bible service did, this was they had secular programming of interest mixed in with their religious programs. This was a good, "sneaky," way of getting the message across without being insufferably one tracked. One example would be, about this invalid, perhaps they would consider this religious programming the same as having Rush Limbaugh on for 24 hours a day. So, and invalid's stamina for marathon religious programming may not be the same as the caregiver.
But, I think that SA has a good idea on this. I wish them well in this endeavor.