sermonaudio-new-combo2-1400Friday morning I’m heading to Greenville, South Carolina, to speak at’s annual dinner.

I’d like to share some testimonies with the staff about how their website has been such a blessing in so many lives. So can you help me by writing in the comments about what means to you and I’ll share it with the team there tomorrow. Or join the lively discussion over at my Facebook page.

Perhaps you heard a special sermon at a special time. Or maybe it helped you when you couldn’t get out to church. Whatever it is, this is your opportunity to encourage a wonderful group of dedicated Christians, and express appreciation for the way the Lord has used in your life.

Thank you!

  • MamaCCof3

    I was on bed rest for four months with my most recent pregnancy and I was sure when Baby Girl was born that she recognized Dr Richard Phillips voice because we listened to him every Sunday on SA. It meant so much to be able to worship in my home during that time. Sunday mornings were very quiet with Daddy and kiddos gone to church without me, but it was a huge blessing to be able to join in a worship service that was taking place many states away. Thank you Sermon Audio! Thank you Dr. Phillips.

  • Guest

    I would like SermonAudio to stop “ranking” and giving “honors” (gold stars!) to preachers, and stop highlighting the amount of downloads. I asked them, but sadly they said they would never do that :(

  • Alastair Manderson

    Having lived for six months in Stornoway I thoroughly enjoyed the preaching of the Reverend Graeme Craig in the Free Church (Continuing) – although I was ultimately homesick and pleased to get back to more Glaswegian Pastures, I am delighted that sermonaudio allows me to keep up with the preaching in Lewis. It has also allowed me great learning from David Silversides, Joel Beeke & Ian Brown.