As the Internet has grown and changed, so has the face of various ministries. Traditional preaching has always been and always will be God’s primary method for reaching the unbeliever. However, the Lord has made other tools available to us so that we may reach the masses. In the Apostle Paul’s day, one had to travel from town to town to spread the Gospel. The preachers were restricted to literally speaking face-to-face with others or sending letters. As technology evolved, people could easily spread the Word of God through print. One person could take the message of salvation to a town or region. Still, travel was required. During the twentieth century, we watched as technology gave us radio and then television. Both are excellent mediums to reach vast numbers of people, but both are exceedingly expensive. Today, we are truly in a magnificent age – an age where millions of people can be reached with the Gospel of Christ for very little, if any, cost. Thanks to the miracle of the Internet, we can give the message of the Gospel of Christ to anyone, almost anywhere in the world. The cost: very little more than the effort required to create the message. We hope you will spend some time here. Get to know us and let us get to know you.
Are you one who spends hours a week in your car? Perhaps you spend time working out, walking, cleaning or wasting time some other way and you would like to systematically listen to the Word of God. Well, if you have a smart phone (or even an iPod or iPhone), now you can. Just add the link below to your Netcast player and you will be able to download about 30 minutes of Bible every day. Keep an eye out for other podcasts coming soon. Enjoy and please share!
By the way, if you are looking for a great app to catch and play netcasts on your Android-based tablet or phone, I strongly recommend DoggCatcher.
If you are looking for a great app to catch and play netcasts on your iOS device, I recommend you get an Android device and DoggCatcher. If you can’t do that, the next best option is iTunes. We are working on getting this listed in the iTunes store. Until then, you will have to add the link manually.