Showing posts with label Church. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Church. Show all posts

Saturday, 5 April 2014

Free Audiobook: What Happens When Women Say “Yes” to God – Lysa TerKeurst

“Total obedience to Christ can transform an ordinary life into a remarkable journey. This is the hope found in the liberating message of Lysa TerKeurst--president of Proverbs 31 Ministries.

In What Happens When Women Say Yes to God, Lysa shares inspiring stories from her own life along with compelling biblical insights as she describes what it means to partner with God in all decisions and actions. Readers will learn to:

discern the voice of God and truly say yes to His call
see what wholehearted obedience looks like on a daily basis give themselves to God and let Him affect lives around them.

This book reveals how honoring God produces a life of deep joy and great purpose. It is an invitation to seek God and boldly ask for and expect more from the Christian life.”

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Saturday, 6 July 2013

Free Audiobook for July 2013: Jayber Crow by Wendell Berry

“From the simple setting of his own barber shop, Jayber Crow, orphan, seminarian, and native of Port William, recalls his life and the life of his community as it spends itself in the middle of the twentieth century.

Surrounded by his friends and neighbors, he is both participant and witness as the community attempts to transcend its own decline. And meanwhile Jayber learns the art of devotion and that a faithful love is its own reward.

Warning, this book contains strong or potentially offensive language.”

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Saturday, 8 June 2013

Free Audiobook: The Explicit Gospel by Matt Chandler

According to Matt Chandler’s own admission, he gravitates towards Christians who have attended church buildings for Sunday service all their lives but did not and still do not understand the main pillars of Christ’s message to the world and its implications for Christians. This free audiobook is for such.

The audiobook can be downloaded for free (worldwide) at christianaudio.


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Thursday, 21 February 2013

Free Audiobook - Brother Andrew: God’s Smuggler

Assuming you do not know anything about Brother Andrew, he was basically a man who risked a great deal smuggling bibles across closed borders to get the Word of God into places it was not allowed.

This free audiobook is about his adventures, escapades, and the miraculous ways God led him during his various missions to dangerous places.

The audiobook can be downloaded for free (worldwide) at

Hope the tale of this man of God enriches your spirit.

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Wednesday, 20 February 2013

New Release: Paul Wilbur–Your Great Name

I think the last studio album by Paul Wilbur was “Holy Fire” released in 1997 by Integrity Music. Goodness! That was over 15 years ago.

Your Great Name” is a new studio album released by Integrity Music and follows the tradition of Paul Wilbur’s Messianic worship style that has become well-loved by believers worldwide.

Your Great Name” was released yesterday, 19th of February, 2013. It contains new tracks like “Song of the Beautiful Bride”, “Glory Come Down”, and the title track, “Your Great Name”.

See a clip of the title track, “Your Great Name (originally performed by Natalie Grant)”, below.

Thanks to Eydely Worship YouTube Channel for this track.

You can buy the title track (MP3), Your Great Name, through the Amazon link below:

Monday, 18 February 2013

Please Pray for Carman.

Carman Dominic Licciadello, a Christian artist I love, posted the message below on his Facebook page over a week ago. Please join me in praying for him and his family.

“I have delayed writing this but those of you I call friends and supporters, who have prayed for me and this ministry need to know about this new battle that lies ahead. One week ago I was diagnosed with Myeloma Cancer. It is incurable and I've been given a 3-4 year window of time. Tomorrow I go in for my first bone biopsy and the process will start. I used to go to movies in the afternoon, now I go see doctors. I write these things for a few reasons. First, I want to put an end to all the rumors. Second, I ask for your prayers. And 3rd, I want you all to know that I will continue to minister and win souls until I can't do it any longer. My life has always been about ministry. I have a call of God to touch lives with the gospel of Jesus Christ and that's what I will do until the Lord calls me home. Please, do not allow this Facebook site to be an ongoing blog for cancer treatment remedy's. That would be depressing to everyone.

If you have any insight you can message me personally. But I want to encourage you, if you can, to please come see me the next time I'm in your area. Bring someone who doesn't know the Lord or who needs to be healed. I will always pray for the sick and I'm also going to step up the intensity of my message at these events. I will not leave this world quietly and I want the devil to know that he put cancer on absolutely the wrong Italian. I have a few good years and before it's too late I want to see your faces, shake your hands and hug your necks. But mostly I want to see one of you get healed of what threatens your future and I really want to see someone you love come to Christ. Now lets get back to business, we have to work while its day for soon the night comes.
I love you all –C”

Carman is know for hits like:

1985:The Champion
1991: Addicted to Jesus
1991: High Praises, Vol. 1 & 2
1991: Shakin' the House...Live with
Commissioned and the Christ Church Choir
1992: Yo Kidz!: Heroes, Stories, and Songs from the Bible
1993: The Standard
1994: Yo Kidz!, Vol. 2: Armor of God
1997: I Surrender All: 30 Classic Hymns
Mission 3:16 (EP)

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Wednesday, 13 February 2013

Jeremy Camp Raises An Important Question On His New Single, “Reckless”

Is God enough?

The above question is, according to Jeremy Camp, the inspiration behind his new single, Reckless (released yesterday by BEM Recordings).

As we live, is our relationship with Christ being pushed back down the list of our priorities, further down below making money, raising children, and self-actualisation? I was blessed listening to him (video below).

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Friday, 8 February 2013

Review - Real Marriage: The Truth About Sex, Friendship, & Life Together

“This is costly book.”

The above was the first sentence in the fairly bulky red book.

The authors were right, though. There are sections of this book that seem like an autobiography as both Mark and Grace Driscoll delved into their respective pasts, bringing up errors, mistakes, and wrong decisions they had made regarding their marriage.

I believe this is a different marriage book as it does not present the author(s) as having “made it” and holding the key to marriage bliss. As a matter of fact, a big chunk of the book was dedicated to explaining the things they did not do right and what they should have done in the light of God’s word.

While several religious relationship books shy away from sensitive subjects like oral sex, masturbation, sex toys, and pornography, Mark and Grace boldly peer into this modern issues with humility and godly wisdom.

For its openness, directness, unabashed”ness”, scriptural-based instructions (and admitting lack of biblical reference for some issues), I recommend this book to any married couple regardless of whether they are enjoying your relationship or not.

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Sunday, 13 January 2013


“I have been with you for twenty years now. Your sheep and goats have not miscarried, nor have I eaten rams from your flocks. I did not bring you animals torn by wild beasts; I bore the loss myself. And you demanded payment from me for whatever was stolen by day or night. This was my situation: The heat consumed me in the daytime and the cold at night, and sleep fled from my eyes. It was like this for the twenty years I was in your household. I worked for you fourteen years for your two daughters and six years for your flocks, and you changed my wages ten times.” Genesis 31: 38-41 (NIV)

He was a good man, Laban. He loved to entertain strangers in need, enjoyed welcoming visitors, upheld good tradition, and never turned his back on family members. As a business man, he was doing well enough to stay afloat. His employees worked well, but gave him nothing special.

One day, Laban met Jacob.

Jacob was broke. He was desperate for shelter, food, and money. He came to Laban for retreat – a means of getting a short-term rest, food, and an opportunity for planning the next step in his life. He got all these and much more - a seemingly lucrative employment deal with an attractive retirement package in the form of Rachael. Jacob shook hands with Laban on the deal. It was a win-win situation.

Now Laban, like most savvy employers, was able to pinpoint his employee’s strengths and weaknesses very quickly. Most importantly, he was able to work out how his business might boom exponentially and his life enriched from tapping into Jacob’s strengths. However, he believed his lofty aims cannot be achieved without taking advantage of Jacob’s weaknesses and abusing the goodwill of his new employee. But Laban was not worried about that. At least, Jacob was being paid for his work. Besides, there were no suitable places around where Jacob could find good work and shelter at the same time. The clincher? Rachael! That retirement package was good enough to make Jacob do anything. Laban knew, like any smart business owner, that it is profitable to keep reminding your workers of their bonuses or incentives if they meet their targets. This is useful for motivation.

Jacob worked hard for the seven years of his contract. Laban’s company grew in size. It grew moneywise. It made huge profits, thanks to Jacob’s effort. Of course the road was rough for the superstar employee. Though he could see profits rolling in, Laban convinced him the business was not doing as well as its competitors. Wages were docked, in line with the “recession” period. Stricter rules were made to ensure wastes were minimised. Shorter breaks were introduced to ensure no employees loafed around.

It worked! Business boomed further for Laban. He became what he had always wanted to be. Wealthy.

Now it was the end of Jacob’s contract. It was time to collect his retirement package and move on to another step in life. This was when he noticed a clause in his contract. He had never seen it before but Laban told him it had always been there and the lawful interpretation remained the same. The clause said Jacob cannot marry Rachael with first marrying Leah, Rachael’s elder sister.

It was heart-breaking for Jacob, but Laban was ‘kind’. He gave Rachael to Jacob after the latter’s wedding to Leah but made him sign a contract extension for another seven years. Jacob signed. It was a lose-win situation.

Jacob later tended his resignation letter but Laban rejected it. The sad employee had no choice but to roll up his sleeves and continued slaving at a job he no longer wanted.

After much thought, Jacob took a gamble and renegotiated his contract. He struck a deal with Laban where he took a part of supposedly “damaged products” and oversaw a different part of Laban’s business. Laban agreed to this on the condition that his new in-law will give up his wages but keep the earnings from the “damaged items”. So it was done.

However, contrary to Laban’s expectations, Jacob succeeded in this unique business section for many years so much so that his fellow employees began to get jealous and his employer became suspicious.

One morning Jacob woke up and ran away with his profits, taking his wives and children. Laban followed, accusing his ex-employee of stealing. He tried to guilt Jacob into going to work. But Jacob, having an upper hand for the first time, refuted Laban’s argument and came away with his family and wealth.

Interpret this story in whatever way you please, but the truth is that most of the doings in this story were very unconventional (even on Jacob’s part) and require lots of courage and divine guidance. Jacob wanted something and was determined to work for it regardless of the difficulties he faced. He outfoxed a cunning boss legally and did not wait to submit a second resignation letter after the first one was rejected. It took long but he freed himself from slavery and grew prosperous in the process. That, for me, was worth emulating.

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Sunday, 15 April 2012

Free Audiobook – Road to the Resurrection


Road to the Resurrection
Explore and Share the Miracle of Easter

Greg Laurie

Ray Porter

2.5 Hrs. - Unabridged



“A guidebook to the facts and circumstances surrounding the crucifixion and resurrection of Christ. The listener will examine the people, places and timeline of that first Easter. But more than that, delve into the prophecies of those events, given hundreds of year prior, as well what happened after Christ rose from the dead.”

You can download “Road to the Resurrection” by Greg Laurie at christianaudio.

Thursday, 15 March 2012

Free Audiobook: A Tale of Three Kings (G. Edwards)


Gene Edwards

Paul Michael

2.25 Hrs. - Unabridged

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According to ChristianAudio: “This modern classic will bring light, clarity, and comfort to the broken-hearted. Many Christians have experienced pain, loss, and heartache at the hands of other believers. To those believers, this compelling story offers comfort, healing and hope. Christian leaders and directors of religious movements throughout the world have recommended this simple, powerful, and beautiful story to their members and staff. You will want to join these other people who have been profoundly touched by this incomparable story. This tale by Gene Edwards is based on the biblical figures of David, Saul, and Absalom.”

This audiobook can be downloaded on ChristianAudio regardless of where you live. This means there is no restriction to download. However, you need to register first.


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