As I’m not able to upload the regular Sunday sermon, let alone hear it myself, I thought I’d share one of the resources I’ve been enjoying instead. While nothing can replace being at worship with God’s people, as I have been, I’ve also listened to recordings of well-respected teachers from around the world.
One resource is Living Grace, which presents the sermons of the late Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones. My only problem with this service is that the messages are split into half hour segments, meaning you have to wait till the next week to get the conclusion of his message.
Before I left for Fiji, I downloaded a bunch of lectures from Reformed Theological Seminary on iTunes. They have made a comprehensive range of their cources available on the net, as have Coventant Theological Seminary and Westminster Theological Seminary.
One final audio gem that I have yet to hear myself is a sample of the Radio Dramatization of The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis (author of Mere Christianity and The Chronicles of Narnia) produced by Focus on the Family Radio Theatre. You can read a review and listen to a sample at Boundless Magazine Online.
You could do a lot worse with your bandwidth than to spend some of it downloading from any of these sites.