We record the Sunday message most weeks. Occasionally we cannot supply a recording due to technical issues, or the speaker has requested to not publish for the safety of others.
You can listen online here via our webpage, or download the chapter-based enhanced podcast audio file. If available in the file, and also if supported by your playback software, you may be able to see the overhead slides during the message as the audio file plays. How you do this depends on how you want to digest your content. Open the downloaded .m4a file into “Quicktime Player®” (for macOS) or “VLC Media Player®” (for Windows).
You can also use iTunes® on your Desktop computer (mac/PC), however make sure you listen using the iTunes “Miniplayer” to see the picture slides, and use the Chapters Menu to skip the chapters. The podcast will have an album name called: “Kerang Baptist Church Podcasts”.
You might also find here from time to time, various video projects from the KBC media team. They could be resources and discussions that might create interesting questions. Or answer difficult concepts. Or, just for plain fun…
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John 18: 1-14
Part four of John chapter 17 (verses 20 – 26)
Published on Dec 10, 2016
Some reflections on crashing and burning in pastoral ministry and being put back together by the Lord.
Do we resemble our Father in heaven?
Part one of a 17 part series on the Book of Joshua.
Mark 10:17-31 The Rich and the Kingdom of God 17 As Jesus started on his way, a man ran up to him and fell on his knees before him. “Good teacher,” he asked, “what must I do to inherit eternal life?” 18 “Why do you call me good?” Jesus answered. “No one is good—except God alone. 19 You…
Bob tells us his testimony today, his personal “Road to Emmaus.”