Morning and Evening: an update

We are closing in on the end of our first month releasing audio recordings of the Morning and Evening devotional through Theology Mix.  I wanted to thank Ryan Jackson, Len Flack and Cody Almanzar for being a part of creating these, and I am excited to see this through to the end of the book.  I’d also like to thank Jeremy Lundmark for bringing Spurgeon Audio into the ThM fold and encouraging me as I’ve pursued production of this podcast.

I think I wasn’t quite prepared at first for the scope of a project this size, even if each episode is only a couple minutes long.  But I am glad that it has gone so smoothly to date and I am hopeful that this has a positive impact on listeners.  If you have listened and enjoyed, please share them with your friends and family.  I am planning to keep these available for free download indefinitely.

If you are subscribed to the Spurgeon Audio RSS feed and wonder why you aren’t getting these twice-daily updates, it’s because they aren’t coming through that feed.  You should make sure you subscribe to Theology Mix through iTunes or your favorite podcast catcher, and you will be able to receive these daily, in addition to being able to follow several other excellent podcasts as well.

You can listen to and read all the Morning and Evening episodes released to date here, and don’t forget to follow Spurgeon Audio on Facebook and Twitter.  If there are sermons you’d like to hear recorded, email me and we will add them to our list for the future.

SAmorning

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A short hiatus

Sorry everyone, I was hoping to have time to record another episode within the last couple weeks, but things have suddenly become very busy on the home front, so it will probably be at least a couple more weeks before the next one comes out.  In the mean time, I hope you will follow the podcast’s Twitter and Facebook pages, and please feel free to contact me through email to participate!  I have some exciting plans for the upcoming episodes, so stay tuned.

Welcome

Greetings!  I am extremely excited to create this page and announce my first foray into the world of podcasting.  This will not be my original material, however, but I will be taking the works of one of the greatest preachers in history and, essentially, creating his own sermon audio stream.  Charles Haddon Spurgeon, “The Prince of Preachers,” was a Christian whose powerful sermons made great waves across London in his day and continue to impact believers to this day.  My desire is to take his vast collection of writings and transform them into downloadable audio for the glory of God.

My plan is to have my first podcast ready by the beginning of next week, God willing.  In the meantime, please reach out to me with comments or questions at dave@spurgeonaudio.com