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!
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