How do I download an audio sermon?

  1. 1 Visit a website. Visit a website that specializes in audio sermons such as, or
  2. 2 Select a sermon. Select a sermon.
  3. 3 Look for the download option. Look for the download option.
  4. 4 Right click the link.
  5. 5 Register for membership if prompted.
  6. 6 Play the mp3.

Where can I find sermons online?

15 Church Sermons You Can Watch Online For Free

  • Gateway Church. Via Facebook.
  • Church of the Highlands. Church of the Highlands.
  • Christ Church. Christ Church.
  • Jubilee Church. Jubilee Church.
  • Life.Church. Life.Church.
  • The Moody Church. Moody Church.
  • James River Church. James River Church.
  • North Point Community Church.

What is SermonAudio com?

True to its name, SermonAudio is the largest and most trusted library of audio sermons from Christian churches and ministries. It is also quickly growing its video library. The organization serves up more than 1.9 million free, on-demand sermons to institutions and individuals around the world.

Who runs sermon audio?

Steven Lee – Founder
Steven Lee – Founder – SermonAudio | LinkedIn.

Can you watch church online?

Fortunately, it’s still possible to have sermons and gathering through live streaming software for churches. Church live streaming platforms let pastors and other church leaders broadcast their sermons remotely to people both near and far without anyone leaving the safety of their own homes.

What preaching is not?

Preaching is not analyzing a recent movie or TV show for spiritual truth. Preaching is not a moral lesson with a Bible verse tacked on the end of it. Preaching is not reading a verse then telling a bunch of stories. Preaching is not giving your testimony or sharing life experiences.

How can I stream church service for free?

YouTube. YouTube is another excellent livestreaming platform for churches. Because YouTube has an embed option for live videos, you can actually embed and stream your live videos on your very own website, making it a great choice for churches who want their worship services accessible on their own sites.