Audio Books

Audiobooks have risen in popularity because our phones have brought books to our free time - whether in the car commuting or listening in the background while at work or home. Some people do learn better from hearing than by reading. But we can all utilize Christian audio books to grow in understanding of the Bible and following Jesus. Choose to immerse your day in expanding your wisdom and strengthening your faith and you will begin to see a difference in your mind and heart. How does it work? Simply click on the title of an Audio Book and begin instantly streaming the book from the beginning or skip to any chapter you like.

Abide in Christ by Andrew Murray is a series of thirty one readings inviting you to live near the throne room of God and not outside waiting. In his own words, Murray writes, "I pray earnestly that our gracious Lord may be pleased to... help those who seek to know Him fully, as He has already blessed it."

Ben Hur - A Tale of Christ by Lew Wallace is widely considered one of the most influental works of Christian fiction. The book tells the story of a Jewish prince (Judah Ben-hur) who was made a slave by Roman captors. The story of Jesus' crucifixion is weaved in and, ultimately, Ben-Hur becomes a Christian. Listen to this classic audio book below.

Mathews shares selected stories of missionaries throughout history in an exciting and approachable format. Describing the cultures with intricate detail, the author takes you on gospel spreading missions to regions like the Pacific Islands, Africa, and the deserts of the Middle East. This is a delightful book to listen to.

The Bruised Reed is a book by Richard Sibbes that comforts the despondent and fearful Christian using the words of Matthew 12:20 (which quotes Isaiah), "A bruised reed he will not break, and a smoldering wick he will not snuff out." Many Christians have found this book to be remedy to doubt and burden.

Martin Luther wrote this short treatise on the Christian life in 1520.. One of the enduring quotes from this book is, "A Christian man is the most free lord of all, and subject to none; a Christian man is the most dutiful servant of all, and subject to every one". Listen to Concerning Christian Liberty audio.

The Confessions is an autobiography written by St. Augustine around 400 AD and covers his journey to becoming a Christian. This audio covers the Outler translation of the book.

The Heidelberg Catechism is a Christian confession in the form of questions and answers outlining the doctrines of the Christian faith. Three main sections cover the misery, redemption, and gratitude for deliverance of mankind.

The Book of Martyrs Audio by John Foxe chronicles the accounts of Christians throughout history who served in the name of Christ and ultimately gave their lives for the cause of Christianity. Listen to Foxe's Book of Martyrs below.

The Imitation of Christ is a classic work by Thomas à Kempis. In devotional form, it leads the reader toward a more thorough understanding of the Christian life. Exploring subjects like reading Scripture, thinking humbly, and having peace of mind, it is a very readable classic Christian book.

The Pilgrim's Progress from This World to That Which Is to Come is a Christian allegory written by John Bunyan and originally published in February, 1678. It is regarded as one of the most significant works of religious English literature, has been translated into more than 200 languages, and has never been out of print. (Summary from Wikipedia) This 1890 edition published by the American Tract Society includes a memoir of the author condensed from his "Grace Abounding," and "Life of Bunyan" by Canon Edmunds Venables.

The Pursuit of God is a Christian living book written by A.W. Tozer and originally pubished in 1948. It is considered a Christian Classic where Tozer presents his study of a heart thirsting after God.

Arthur Pink wrote the Sovereignty of God in 1918 and summarizes it as his attempt to examine some of the profoundest questions which can engage the human mind in the light of God's Word. Listen to the Sovereignty of God audio.

The Westminster Confession of Faith, written in 1646 by an assembly of the Church of England, became a doctrinal standard and is used by many churches around the world for nearly four hundred years.