Audio blogging (Podcasting)

[display_podcast]Audio BloggingI’ve decided to experiment with Podcasting, and will be uploading an audio version of each of my posts, for a little while at least. If no-one listens, then I’ll quietly pull it, but it’s little extra effort, and maybe some will appreciate it. This post is not very exciting as a demonstration, but I’ve added audio to my previous post, so that will give you a little flavour of things to come.

I’ve grown to love podcasting, and have my MP3 player set up to download about 10 sermons a week from different sources: John Piper, Alistair Begg, Liam Goligher, Sinclair Ferguson and many others. It’s a joy to be able to listen to these men preach on my way to and from work.

Given the choice of listening to this blog or to these men, I know which I would choose! But I am grateful for those who trust me with their time in reading my thoughts here, and even more so to those who take the trouble to interact with my posts. I enjoy the art of blogging, and have greatly benefited from it. If Podcasting brings in a few more readers who will help me to hone my writing and sharpen my mind, then the extra effort will be more than worthwhile.

My next few posts, by the way, will return to the question of whether Charismatics are really New Testament believers. We’ll look first at the gift of healing, and then I trust at territorialism. I look forward to hearing your comments on those subjects.

Comments

  1. I’ve not listened to your podcast…but will try to do so in the near future. Nonetheless, love the discourse on healing.
    Thanks,
    Marty

  2. Mark,
    I found your blog through a link from the LibriVox site. I spent this morning in prayer absorbing your reading of Spurgeon’s Sermon. I can’t thank you enough for it. I hope to be able to keep up with your podcasting, I am also currently involved in podcast ministry.
    Your reading has been a great blessing to me and I also look forward to browsing around your blog.
    Blessings,
    Susan S.
    http://www.desertpilgrim.blogspot.com

  3. I listen to J. Vernon McGee a lot (www.ttb.org). He preached expository sermons and taught the Bible via a 5-year radio program. I listen to McGee on my way to and from work, at bedtime, and other time when I can. I’ve listen to others in the past, but McGee really stands out for me.

    Thanks for the list! After finding Lockridge’s “My King”, I want to find others who preach in a like manner.