Wednesday, June 25, 2008

A Multigenerational Promise


As I was cleaning the master bedroom and bathroom this afternoon, I remembered an email a friend had sent to me several weeks ago. I looked it back up, and clicked on the link for a sermon. Voddie Baucham seems to be quite popular these days. I've read about his book, pictured above, on several blogs.

I truly enjoyed the sermon, and thought that many of you might too. To listen, click here . Wait for the page to fully load, and click on the play button (right facing triangle) on the left under the picture of the microphone.

9 comments:

Honest to Ya~Ya said...

Alas, I wasn't able to get the sermon....but have a great day anyhow!☺

lady jane said...

Excellent message! Jeremiah 29:11 (and I can't help but add: through 14)

Voddie Bauchum is a gifted teacher. So glad you offered up this link, Tracy. I listened while attempting to complete my newsletter but found myself sitting and soaking in the words being spoken more than typing agendas. :o) It's a good thing.

Julieann said...

Thank you Tracy--I will have to listen when the kids are in bed--I will let you know when I do:)

Julieann

Jess said...

How wild; I just listened to this this morning. I was thinking about highlighting it on my blog. Instead, I'll just link here. :)

Blessings!

REAL ME said...

Thanks for sharing. When I have more time I will check it ouT!

Mrs. Rabe said...

Tracy,

Thank you for sharing that link. I have read his book and heard a few messages by him. I was so encouraged by his message as this is the heart of what we are trying to do with our family.

I added the link to my post today!

Tori said...

Thanks, I'll have to try that sermon later.

Karen said...

I heard Voddie Bauchum in 2006 at the Desiring God National Conference. If you're interested in that message, too, it's at: www.desiringgod.org/ResourceLibrary/ConferenceMessages/ByDate/1831_The_Supremacy_of_Christ_and_Truth_in_a_Postmodern_World/

Jenn said...

I enjoyed this sermon very much. What a strong preacher, I have missed that, we've been out of church for months now. I am eager to hear as many more as I can. I also have listened to Paul Washer on
SermonIndex.com quite a bit.