I know I kinda suggested I would make one a week of these, and have failed dismally to do that. But since we’re about to leave the summer break and re-enter term time and our series on Ephesians this Sunday at King’s Church, I figured it would be handy to make a new recording for people.
I’m afraid it’s my voice again, but the reading is from the New Living Translation which is a little more straightforward in terms of the language it uses (more phrase-for-phrase instead of word-for-word in translation philosophy).
Feel free to listen here, or download with the link and listen at your pleasure elsewhere.
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It’s been a very long time since I wrote anything on my blog, and so I have decided to pick up and move it all to a new website and test out some fancy new facebook integration.
I’m now posting from peteandemma.co.uk/blog and have every intention of actually doing something with the rest of the domain too, other than just having a neat e-mail address for me and emma!
Anyway, to the point…
At King’s Church Leicester we have just embarked on a journey through the book of Ephesians. It’s a short but very dense and exciting book full of amazing truths. To help myself to digest it carefully over the coming months I am planning on a quick read through of the book every week. This only takes about 20 minutes or so, and to make my life even easier I have started to gather recordings of the book being read so I can listen to it as well.
So far I have a recording of myself reading it, and of Mark Loxton, and I plan on bugging more people to record it for me as time goes by. I am gathering all of the recordings on the blog, you can find a permanent link to all of them (all available for instant listening online, or to download) here: Ephesians recordings