Here is the sermon I preached on June 24th. I know what you are thinking, but hey at least I got it posted before a month had gone by! I have recorded the sermons from Steve Rankin, and Richard Knight, our guest preachers from July 1st and July 8th and will be uploading them to my podcast soon, so stay tuned.
The Scripture reading for “Thirsty” was Psalm 42 and it discusses our thirst for God and challenges us to put our hope in God, even when it seems like it would be easier to hope in the things of this world. You can listen to this sermon by clicking on the “deep sermons” link on the right column of this page, or you can click here to go directly to the podcast.
Just a question.
How do you go about recording your sermons and turning them into podcasts?
Kevin Watson said:
Joseph – Thanks for the question. We record to a cassette tape and then I go back and cue the tape to the beginning of the Scripture reading and dub from the tape to a CD. (Just over a year ago we bought a CD/tape deck that will record from either, so we could record straight to the CD, but you can also record from CD to tape or from tape to CD. From there I just put the CD in my computer and just import that track in iTunes as an mp3 file. Then I upload it to gcast. Presto, sermon is online. It isn’t very labor intensive, but you do have to be around so you can stop recording at the right time. I recording part of the offering once, because I was in my study and didn’t notice that the sermon ended. Basically, the key is having the ability to record directly to CD, or from tape to CD.
I am curious if other people have a better way to do this. I had someone suggest once that it would be possible to record directly to a computer. Then you would start with an mp3 and it would be very easy to start and stop exactly where you wanted to. If you have a better way, please share!
Joseph, I hope that was some help.
Thanks, Kevin. =)