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Hello SRN Subscribers!
As of this past weekend our various Podcasts surpassed 20,000 downloads. This is not a huge number, but people are showing more interest lately and this is good. More radio Interviews are on the way and many more Podcasts are currently being digitized.
Also, if our ministry has been useful to you and you are able to assist in our work with a tax-deductible donation of any size, this would be greatly appreciated. Our annual website fees (x3) and various service fees need to be paid and as a family we are in still seeking to raise our continued monthly ministry support. We don't get paid for those 20,000 downloads mentioned above, as all of our materials are currently FREE through SRN.
Thank you for your prayerful consideration!
New Podcast: Reconciled, Changed and 'Useful' for the Glory of God!
Here is a message from the Book of Philemon that I did not too long after our first child was born (which was quite actually awhile ago now). This is an expositional study through the Book of Philemon that covers such topics such as forgiveness, reconciliation, justification, the persecuted Christian, and more!
- The Book of Philemon - A message of hope, grace and love through Jesus Christ our Lord! This message speaks of reconciliation and forgiveness, and from going from being unsaved and unuseful, to being saved and useful for the glory of God. Topics in outline are (1) Philemon's love and faith, (2) Paul's plea for Onseimus to be reconciled, (3) Philemon's obedience encouraged, and (4) Paul's Farewell to the believers.
Chris Lawson, Director
- "Therefore, though I [Paul] might be very bold in Christ to command you what is fitting, yet for love’s sake I rather appeal to you—being such a one as Paul, the aged, and now also a prisoner of Jesus Christ— I appeal to you for my son Onesimus, whom I have begotten while in my chains, who once was unprofitable to you, but now is profitable to you and to me. I am sending him back. You therefore receive him, that is, my own heart, whom I wished to keep with me, that on your behalf he might minister to me in my chains for the gospel. But without your consent I wanted to do nothing, that your good deed might not be by compulsion, as it were, but voluntary. For perhaps he departed for a while for this purpose, that you might receive him forever, no longer as a slave but more than a slave—a beloved brother, especially to me but how much more to you, both in the flesh and in the Lord. — Philemon 1:8-15
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