Radio Sermon (Thou Art Good)

If hearing my Southern accent and pronouncification of words makes me sound illiterate or grates your nerves, then by all means skip the attached audio. On the other hand, if hearing my Southern accent reminds you of heavenly manna for the ear, click the link and be fed.

Seriously, I know what it’s like to listen to someones’s voice, someone whom you’ve read, only to be disappointed by hear. Reading my posts may have given you the idea that I sound like Charlton Heston, and if that’s the case, the you will certainly be disappointed. But if by reading my posts you have come to the conclusion I may sound like Pee Wee Herman, then you’ll be amazed – I actually sound more like Dave Ramsey (the financial guy).

Today, as I have done several times in the past, I am going to share with you the sermon that will air this Sunday on a local AM radio station. You get to hear it before everyone else does!

This recording was made in my study using a large diaphragm microphone and a digital Tascam 8-track recorder. I then edited it on my computer with Audacity, a free audio editing program. The process takes longer than recording on my iPhone, but the end product sounds better.

Also, on this recording I include a song from the Sonlife Quartet, a group I played bass with back in the late 90’s.

“Thou Art Good, and Thou Doest Good”



Filed under God, Love of God, Preaching

2 responses to “Radio Sermon (Thou Art Good)

  1. If this is for tomorrow, did you really tell people to go to church the evening of the Super Bowl?! How could you?! That is unthinkable!
    (We are going to church, by the way.)

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