Popular Christian author Lisa Bevere wants listeners to resolve to live their lives to the glory of God. She narrates her own work as one who has scaled the mountain and seen its beauty at the top, and she wants listeners to understand that it takes effort to attain such a goal. Pointing to the character of God, she can't help but speak with excitement. And just as one's pace... Read More
Todd Gerelds continues his journey to honor his father, the legendary Alabama high school football coach Tandy Gerelds. First in a book, then in a movie, and now in this devotional, the theme is looking to God while being centered on football. Though the author narrates with passion and care, he cannot escape the difficulty of presenting a 52-week devotional as an audiobook to... Read More
"There is nothing new under the sun." So says King Solomon, and this audiobook seeks to show that the new wave of atheism is nothing but the ancient attacks repackaged for modern consumption. Jim Seybert masterfully narrates what could be a dry listen with outstanding vocal inflection and articulation. His zeal in offering the listener a well-rounded and enjoyable experience... Read More
Have you ever wondered why a president of the United States made a particular decision, or what it is that drove him to engage in politics at the highest level? Jimmy Carter offers a seat at his kitchen table as he narrates his own work looking at his faith, which he points to as the driving force for everything he has done. Though not everyone will agree with his views, he is... Read More
The second greatest commandment is to love your neighbor as yourself. Becky Kopitzke narrates her own work, a plea to all to liberally obey this command. While acknowledging that it is a struggle to genuinely obey, her excitement at having learned the secret to a flourishing life is palpable as she advises listeners on how loving others can be done effectively and to God's... Read More
What makes this audiobook so enjoyable is the way the author examines deep and seemingly difficult biblical truths. In a conversational tone, Lisa Renee Pitts narrates Shirer's discussion of the fine line between gospel and the application of scriptural truths. She adds flair when the answered prayer seems coincidental while also allowing the question of the unanswered prayer... Read More
Narrator Sean Runnette invites listeners to learn the secret to gaining and maintaining spiritual and emotional health through the transformation of their hearts by the love of God. Effortlessly shifting between biblical history and scientific facts, Runnette narrates with a steady pace and a warm tone. His baritone voice offers the familiar characteristics of a timeless... Read More
Diana Bass narrates her own work on gratitude. Her patience and passion reflect her understanding that this traditional practice will be hard to teach to a new generation ensconced in the social media age of disagreeing with others with take-no-prisoners criticism. Though she teaches from her perspective of Christianity, she strives to relate to all of humanity, offering... Read More
Written as a series of letters by a rural Presbyterian pastor to his beloved congregation, this audiobook, narrated by Trevor Thompson, does a wonderful job of dramatizing the concept of pastoral care in a rural setting. When a letter calls for anger, the listener will feel the anger. When a letter calls for sadness or regret or the occasional joyous note, the listener will... Read More
Calvin Robinson narrates Reverend Perkins's final manifesto on race reconciliation with care and conviction. His delivery has a lingering effect as the author's words are built upon years of pain and struggle, comfort and victory. Robinson's grizzled voice and tone of longing, which capture Perkins's experience and hope for a peaceful world, will leave an impression not soon... Read More
Narrator Calvin Robinson engages listeners with a thought-provoking discussion of three important and often controversial topics. With clarity and sincerity, Robinson presents David D. Ireland's examination of the church as the body of Christ, while offering listeners a glimpse of the heart of a dedicated Christ-follower. For centuries, our world has been torn by racial and... Read More
Arguably the most memorized and recited prayer in the history of Christianity, the Lord's Prayer, is explained in great detail as a battle cry for the ages. Tom Parks narrates this academic work in such a way that everyone will remain engaged. His ability to deliver what amount to sermons in print as though he is engaging in conversation is commendable. His pace and tone are... Read More
This audiobook offers a sounding board for pastors who need their to vent frustrations relating to pastoral failures--while also being reminded that solutions and answers have been provided by God through His Word, the Bible. Kirby Heyborne takes on the role of counselor as he narrates this resource written by a seasoned Christian minister. The concern and care expressed spark... Read More
Let's admit it--life often seems boring and ordinary. This is true for most of us. This audiobook sets out to explain that there is indeed a supernatural power in this seemingly routine world. Narrator Steven Roy Grimsley's voice suddenly quickens with exhilaration as he helps listeners discern the awesome power of God to be gained. But then, just as quickly, his speech slows... Read More
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