Awesome! So that's what Steven Lee looks like! I've Googled him once to learn more about the man behind my favorite Web site and I could never find anything, though I have corresponded with him via e-mail a few times (always quick to respond). I have a Linux OS so I can't make use of the Transfer Agent, but I still pay the monthly fee because SermonAudio is worth it! And I know one day S. Lee will create an app for those of us who use G1 (Google) phone like he has for the iPhone. :-) Thanks for interviewing him Dr. Murray. I've been blessed by your sermons and the other preachers on this site -- they are fantastic, a tremendous blessing --more than they, or Steven, will ever know this side of eternity. THANK YOU ALL!
jude newman (6/9/2009)
from brisbane, australia
Great Sermon! I really love sermon audio. I listen to at least 1 sermon a day. Lots of good preaching. When I was finding my way out of error, this is where I was led. I have learnt so much in the 3 years I have been listening God bless and thank you from the bottom of my heart Steve. Also to all the churches who post their sermons on here thank you. We don't know overall how much this site has helped, but in my life it has meant so much. Keep up the good work
Thomas Sullivan (6/9/2009)
from Jenison MI
Great Interview Few things get placed on Sermon Audio that have immediately struck my interest like an interview with the person who is responsible for it all. Some of us feel like we live on this site, we look at the statistics, new subscribers, new interesting sermons, as tenaciously as an intelligence agency looks for some new information. How can I not be interested in learning more about the mind that put this all together, and yet Steve does not promote himself so the site has been veiled in a kind of mystery. What would be interesting would be a documentary called The Sermon Audio Story, how this site got to where it is today. TMS - Michigan
Jon Cardwell (6/9/2009)
from Anniston, Alabama
Great Sermon! My family & I thank God for the ministry of Steven Lee & SermonAudio. While we were missionaries in remote bush Alaska, SermonAudio was an oasis that provided edification, exhortation & comfort through many, many excellent expositors. Thank you, Brother Steven; & thank you, Dr. Murray for posting this interview.
David Murray served as the Pastor of Lochcarron Free Church of Scotland from 1995 to 2000, and then of Stornoway Free Church of Scotland (continuing) from 2000 to 2007. In August 2007 he accepted a call to be the Professor of Old Testament and Practical Theology at Puritan...