The only two books in the Bible named after women are Ruth and Esther. Ruth‚Äôs story occurs in a small Jewish village, whereas Esther lives in a bustling, Gentile capital. One shows how God works in the field while the other shows God honored in a feast. These two stories show that whether you are part of a small, country church or whether you worship in a larger assembly, God is there and God is at work! In both of these stories, we see God‚Äôs providence, which one author has described as ‚ÄúGod‚Äôs attention concentrated everywhere.‚ÄĚ God seems hidden somewhat in these stories, but God is not hiding. He is using poor peasants (like Ruth) and powerful people (like Esther) for His purposes.
Part of the beauty of a site like SermonAudio is that both large and small churches can upload their sermons and people from all over the world can access them. It shows us that there are ‚Äúno little people in God‚Äôs work.‚ÄĚ May you be prompted to praise God with us as you read the feedback we receive and hear how God is using His Word every day to advance His kingdom!
SermonAudio is proud to be a partner with FAME as we co-produce a weekly 'audio journal podcast' called Five Minutes of FAME taken from a first-person perspective.
But first, some other encouragements!
Our contribution to the 500th. The Reformers, Tyndale, Luther, Calvin, Knox, are portrayed on canvas and housed in a specially hand-crafted black walnut frame from Orizaba. Coming soon to the Online Store. The piece includes a cityscape that depicts architecture spanning from the 16th century to the 21st century.
Not only is it coming to our Online Store, but this "Reformation Sketch" canvas print, printed on a thick sheet of canvas and individually signed by artist Mark Mulfinger, will be our GIFT to all attendees of our upcoming Foundations Conference NYC June 22-23. Only a few seats available! Register today!
Below is some of the feedback from broadcasters we've received just this past week. We encourage you to contact them and tell them that you saw them here!
Pastor Chad Hodges, First Baptist Church www.sermonaudio.com/fbcwrightcity"Our folks love SermonAudio. It‚Äôs especially helpful to our home-bound folks. Only heaven knows the impact of our partnership with SermonAudio for all eternity. The monthly download reports we receive amaze me. You offer a a great service. We are grateful for it!"
O. Elvin Wheelis, First Baptist Church www.sermonaudio.com/cita"We are very blessed to be on SermonAudio. We recently started using the ‚ÄúFeatured Sermon‚ÄĚ option you offer. The first month we did this people downloaded our messages in all 50 states and in over 70 countries around the world. We are well pleased with our partnership with you which gives us an opportunity to reach the regions beyond with the Gospel!"
Assoc. Pastor Jared Longsine, First Baptist Church Oak Creek www.sermonaudio.com/fbcoc"90% of the visitors, who come to our church and who are not brought by someone else directly, have either listened to our radio broadcast on a local Christian station or have first checked us out on SermonAudio. The service you provide speaks for itself. It is an effective outreach. Thank you for what you do."
Drew McKeown, Ballyhalbert Gospel Hall www.sermonaudio.com/bloodboughtbelief"SermonAudio is very beneficial to our church. A few times we have played a sermon from your site during our youth group meeting here. The ability to search for sermons by passage, topic, or speaker makes the sermons one is looking for very accessible. The content on the site is great. The fact that you one can access SermonAudio on all sorts of devices is wonderful. I can easily recommend the site to young people who use their phones so much. Some of our people use SermonAudio at times to prepare their hearts and minds for the Sunday message. They go to SermonAudio and find a sermon or two on the passage they will hear on Sunday and listen to someone on your site preach on it. I am very positive about SermonAudio. Keep up the great work."
We would encourage you to read through more testimonials we've received over the years from both listeners and broadcasters alike.