Tuesday, October 17, 2006

looking for great sermons online

who do you like to listen to and from where do you download their messages? Please respond in comments and serve all emergesque readers!



Anonymous said...


Use the toolbar and click Teachings!

Pete Williamson said...

Matt Chandler at The Village

Rich said...

This is my weekly diet:
St Paul's Church, Auckland, New Zealand - www.stpauls.org.nz
Bill Johnson @ Bethel Church - www.ibethel.org
Catalyst Podcast - www.catalystspace.com
Rob Bell - www.mhbcmi.org/listen/index.php

Anonymous said...

I've been listening to Brian McLaren's new podcast on WiredParish.com. He's preaching his way through the Bible, I guess, starting with Genesis 1 and just going. It's been really good so far. Worth the price of admission to WiredParish really, if you ask me.

Full Disclosure: I co-host a podcast on WiredParish, as well, called "Practicing Pentecost," with Anthony Smith and Rod Garvin.

-Steve K.

Anonymous said...

Erwin McManus - mosaic.org/podcast

Rob Bell - Link above in Rich's comment

Francis Chan - http://www.cornerstonesimi.com/ - I'm just starting to check his talks out - I like them so far.

Tony Campolo - http://www.tonycampolo.org/
[haven't listened to any but have it on my list...]

Jamie Smith said...

In addition to some already mentioned (Campolo, Bell, McManus) I love John Ortberg (free from www.mppc.org), Tim Keller, and Gene Appel. I live in Michigan and get to hear Rob Bell love sometimes--much better than just audio.

But probably the best that you've never heard of is the teaching team at St. Paul's Collegiate Church in CT (www.uconnchurch.com/audio). Great stuff--fresh, on-point, pretty cool.

Great discussion... I love listening to great sermons online.

Anonymous said...

Keller, Piper, Driscoll, Fairchild McKinley all on Sermon Cloud

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