Kaleo Griffith and Sara Zimmerman come together to narrate the harrowing story of an American missionary doctor and his wife and their work in the 2013 Ebola epidemic in Liberia. Griffith retells Kent's story with the angst and concern of a husband, father, and doctor who has contracted the very disease he is treating while never losing hope in God. Zimmerman portrays Amber,... Read More
In this Bible-based guide to balancing busyness and self-preservation, narrator Nan McNamara's polished speaking style works well with Whitwer's advice but sounds less suited to the author's personal stories and disclosures. Nonetheless, McNamara sounds relaxed with this genre and the author's perspectives, and has created a companionable recording of this useful audiobook. The... Read More
Everyone faces the same giants of fear, rejection, comfort, anger, and addiction. Jason Dyba narrates this much-needed audiobook with confidence that everyone is assured of salvation through Christ. With a strong and engaging voice, Dyba facilitates the listener's capacity to understand how this all-too-familiar biblical story really does apply to our lives today. There are a... Read More
Tom Hatting offers a wonderful narration of this short devotional concerning the Holy Spirit composed of sermons preached by A.W. Tozer in the middle of the twentieth century. Hatting's ability to narrate a different style of writing than what we are accustomed to today will largely go unnoticed by many. This says much about his great ability to narrate a theological work as... Read More
Mike Chamberlain is stuck between a rock and a hard place as he narrates this thought-provoking discussion of the continuing need for racial equality. Speaking in an academic manner, he sounds as though he himself were the president of a college, as is the author of this work. On the one hand, Chamberlain could use a bit more variation in voice and pace. On the other hand, one... Read More
Narrator Sarah Zimmerman guides listeners through Johnson's thought-provoking book on contemplative prayer with a clarity that invites action. Her tempo and tone signal listeners of coming shifts in the author's train of thought. Furthermore, her delivery accurately reflects the author's use of emphasis in putting forth complicated ideas. Though many books of this type work... Read More
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