I spend most of my time driving listening to something edifying and instructive. Lately it’s been the Bible on audio CD, but I often listen to sermons and lectures. This is also great if you take your mp3 player when exercising. Below are collections I have come across that have some good content:
Faith by Hearing – faithbyhearing.wordpress.com – is a collection of some good resources, and the home of the nice graphic above.
Reforming My Mind (mp3’s) – psalm305.blogspot.com – is the home of Paul Schafer’s work of cataloging messages by various speakers. Very helpful resource.
Sermon Audio – www.sermonaudio.com – contains many good messages and a variety of ways to search them. You probably won’t find any liberals here, but it is a mixed bag as a whole spectrum of conservative churches is included. One neat feature is that they will point out ministries within a certain radius of a zip code, so if you find a sound preacher and are looking for a church or know someone who is, this could be a good place to start!
Ministries and Churches:
Capitol Hill Baptist Church (Mark Dever, Michael Lawrence, others)
First Baptist Church, Pennington Gap, Virginia (Matt Mitchell)
Sovereign Grace Ministries (good selection of conference messages by a variety of good speakers)
Free Seminary Course Lectures:
Biblical Training (various evangelical scholars)
Covenant Worldwide (Covenant Theological Seminary)
Reformed Theological Seminary on iTunes
Free audio editing program: Audacity is a great program for recording audio sermons and saving them as mp3s; a lot of flexibility for a free program.
Are there audio resources that you recommend?