Christian audio Books are like extensions of the actual Bible. They’re full of stories with lots of lessons to learn as regards religion. These books may be fun to read but it can be more fun to listen to it online. Thanks to the new technology, more and more websites are now offering lots of Christian Audio Books and some are even free to download.
With voices from NeoSpeech and TextAloud, you may now leave behind the hassles of regular reading such as eye strain and momentary boredom. What’s good with these audio books is that listeners get to enjoy more of it anytime and anywhere they may be. The lessons of morality are made more forceful with its animated voices and sound effects, leaving greater impact on children and adults alike.
Christian Audio Books are very much effective in making Christians more involved with their religion. It is easy to access and you have great variety in choosing titles of your favorite Christian writers, be that Lewis Carol or a local one who happens to be one of your favorites.
Some of these great choices of Christian audio books are Tender Warrior, The Excellent Wife, Spiritual Leadership, Desiring God. These excellent audio books belong to different genres. They are meant for people of different preoccupations and even personalities. Some of these books’ original and well known authors are John Piper, Max Lucado, Dr. Archibald Hart, Elizabeth George, Francine Rivers, John Eldredge, and many others who continuously write stories that have touched and changed Christian lives from all over the world. These Christian Audio Books can be downloaded in mp3, wma, and iPod formats.
For years, Christian and religious teachings have been channeled through various kinds of media, from plain write-ups to movies like The Passion of the Christ. These teachings have consistently played a vital role in shaping the lives of many people. But people continue to create avenues to reach the widest audience as possible, particularly in these times, when the number of Christians is dwindling. Some blame it on capitalism while some others say it is because of the technological advancements.
No matter how people view religion nowadays, there are always those who look for inspiration from a good spiritual guide. After all spirituality is at its peak when everyone seems to be in dire need of it. Who doesn’t want to listen to The Bondage of the Will by Martin Luther? It is the will to stop this recession that will eventually end it and what better way is it for us to get inspired?