Sunday, September 30, 2007

Free Audio - Children Desiring God Conference Audio

The folks at Desiring God have made the audio from their 2005 and 2007 Children Desiring God Conferences available for free download. Looks like there are also handouts from select sessions available.

Our church uses curriculum produced by them, and we (as parents) have been extremely pleased by its godly emphasis.

HT: Faith By Hearing


Anonymous said...

Much along the same lines I noticed today that this year's Desiring God conference is available for free download here:

Having never heard Alcorn or MacArthur speak before, I look forward to finding time to listen to this and I'm sure some of your readership would also enjoy it.


Gummby said...

Thanks, Tom!

If you haven't heard John MacArthur yet, you're in for a treat. I downloaded Friday night's Q&A with John MacArthur and John Piper, but haven't listened to it yet.

I'll be interested to listen to the Randy Alcorn stuff. I only know a little about him. Maybe it is somewhat cynical on my part, but I confess to being a little skeptical of anyone who is featured so prominently in the Christian Bookstores & the CBD catalogue.

I was gonna put this out later in the week, but since you're here, I'll give you a preview. Wayne Grudem is preaching sermons based on his Systematic Theology. They are available here. Since you're been reading him, I thought you might enjoy these as well.

Anonymous said...

Whoa, that's a whole lot of Grudem alright! I FINALLY finished reading that Systematic Theology of his...minus the confessions and creeds in the appendix.

I can honestly say that I learned a lot and gained much from reading it...but I can also honestly say that my thirst for non-fiction has been temporarily quenched for now.

At least for the time being my 'free reading' will likely consist mostly of fantasy & sci-fi.


How 'bout them Diamondbacks?

Gummby said...

The whole enchilada? Dude, that's a whole lot of Grudem.

Do you have stuff to read, or are you looking for recommendations?

Anonymous said...

Yup, the whole enchilada. I only sped through the parts that I was already pretty well read in...which were not so many as you might think. Considering I started reading it about 7-ish months ago, it is actually about time I finished it.

A friend recommended a series called "The Dark Elf Trilogy" by R A Salvatore. I've started it, so far it is decent...I see a lot of Tolkien's influence in it.

If that doesn't pan out then I'll go back to reading Asimov's Foundation series or begin The Hitchhiker's Guide series.