|Sermons on iTunes|
|Written by Josh Winslett|
|Tuesday, 11 February 2014 08:20|
Over the past year I have began trying to create a internet presence for the church I pastor, Antioch Primitive Baptist Church. I am doing this work for two reasons: 1) to give information about Antioch to people living in or moving to the Oxford area and who may be looking for a place to worship Christ, 2) to allow those who are sick, shut-in, and/or have moved to still listen to sermons preached at Antioch.
The website came first. Though I have been tweaking it constantly, it has now been up over a year. Recently I started looking for an avenue to post sermons easily online. I chose Sermon.net to be the host site to upload sermons preached at Antioch. It is pretty user friendly and most importantly, FREE. After I created the Sermon.net account and uploaded some sermon, I then submitted my RSS feed to iTunes.
I was surprised to see other Primitive Baptist Churches on iTunes and Sermon.net. Just 20 years ago many PB churches had tape ministries. I personally have listened to countless hours of sermons on cassette tapes and CDs. People still use CDs but cassette tapes have went the way of the dinosaurs. Most today do have phones that have the capability of subscribing to RSS feeds. Most phones are used for more then just phones calls. We use them for interest browsing, music, texting, email, etc. Have you ever considered using your phone for other things? Like daily bible reading? Or maybe even listening to something more edifying then pop music and political/sports commentary? Go to iTunes and look up "Primitive Baptist." You can even go to Sermon.net, look up "Primitive Baptist", and subscribe to a church's RSS feed. It works the same way. Anyway, try it out. It will utilize the efforts of these churches and will probably be a great blessing to you. Listening to sermons are a great way to stay focused on Christ during the week.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 February 2014 18:12|