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ADORNED Living Out the Beauty of the Gospel Together

by Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth | Read by Leslie Basham

ChristianAudio | Unabridged
Philosophy & Religion

Narrator Leslie Basham does a spectacular job narrating what amounts to an inductive Bible study. Using the analogy of a woman's wedding day and referencing the biblical book of Titus, Wolgemuth explains what it means to be a model woman today. Basham's ability to make clear the many subheadings throughout each chapter is noticeable for all the right reasons and enables the... Read More


THE BROKEN WAY A Daring Path into the Abundant Life

by Ann Voskamp | Read by Jamiee Paul

Zondervan | Unabridged
Philosophy & Religion

We all struggle with how to handle the areas of difficulty we encounter in our lives--the imperfect parts of our lives that can feel "broken." Ann Voskamp offers the solution: Look to another. That is, look to the Lord Jesus for help--and look to our neighbor(s) to provide service where needed. Jamiee Paul narrates as one who understands this often-missed truth. Listener will... Read More


CREATING FREEDOM The Lottery of Birth, the Illusion of Consent, and the Fight for Our Freedom

by Raoul Martinez | Read by Steve West

Blackstone Audio | Unabridged
Philosophy & Religion

This audiobook posits the philosophical idea that since we humans can't choose our families, our genes, or our circumstances, then we really don't have any free will or real say in society or its governance. The real power rests with those who were born well, have money because of it, and shape society so it benefits them. It's a sobering idea, and one worth pursuing. Narrator... Read More



by Matt Bays | Read by Matt Bays

ChristianAudio | Unabridged
Philosophy & Religion

Listening to Matt Bays share his life's journey, listeners will be captivated with the raw emotion streaming through their speakers. Many Christians will relate to his wrestling with ideas that he views as moral therapeutic deism pretending to be Christianity. In doing so, he struggles with the questions of who God is and how He redeems the trials and tragedies of life.... Read More


GARDEN CITY Work, Rest, and the Art of Being Human

by John Mark Comer | Read by John Mark Comer

Oasis Audio | Unabridged
Philosophy & Religion

Listeners will hear the joy and excitement in Pastor John Mark Comer's voice as he delivers his own work detailing his understanding of how we should spend our time in a fallen world striving for the hope of returning to the Garden of Eden. It's obvious, however, that he's constrained by reading from his own manuscript instead of being able to flow with his notes, as he does... Read More


SILENCE AND BEAUTY Hidden Faith Born of Suffering

by Makoto Fujimura, Philip Yancey [Foreword] | Read by Ova Saopeng

Oasis Audio | Unabridged
Philosophy & Religion

Listening to narrator Ova Saopeng deliver contemporary artist and author Fujimura's reflections is an arduous task for the Western ear. The audiobook will make sense only to those who have read Shusaku Endo's novel--or seen the movie SILENCE--about the seventeenth-century persecution of Christians in Japan. With that background, the audiobook is a beautiful account of... Read More


TELL SOMEONE You Can Share the Good News

by Greg Laurie | Read by P.J. Ochlan

ChristianAudio | Unabridged
Philosophy & Religion

P.J. Ochlan narrates Pastor Greg Laurie's evangelistic work with interest and emotion. Though the audiobook is basically an introduction to the hows and whys of evangelism, Ochlan offers a personal touch by adopting the work as his own. His approach helps the listener understand the urgency of sharing one's faith with anyone who will listen. The material can be devoured in one... Read More



by Paul McCusker | Read by John Rhys-Davies , Sean O Meallaigh , Dame Sian Phillips , Guy Siner , Ian McNeice

The Augustine Institute | Audio Program
Philosophy & Religion

Augustine Institute Radio (AIR) Theatre offers a dramatic retelling of the life of St. Patrick through the voice of John Rhys-Davies, who plays the elder Bishop Patrick. As he recounts his life, listeners hear the younger Patrick, voiced by Sean O Meallaigh, on his journey from slave to bishop. Though his story is larger than life, the truth of it is perhaps stranger than... Read More

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