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SermonAudio Widgets

Customizable plugin to show sermons from your SermonAudio account on your WordPress page.

The SermonAudio Widgets plugin will help you show sermons from your SermonAudio account on your WordPress-based website. Using this plugin, you can embed the different widgets from SermonAudio's website, such as the Sermon Browser or Featured Sermon widgets. The plugin also makes it easy to customize the different widgets to fit your needs!

SermonAudio.com is the largest library of audio sermons on the web from conservative Christian churches and ministries with over 600,000+ FREE MP3 sermons which can be streamed online for immediate listening or downloaded to your computer or enjoyed via mobile device at any time. You can easily search through the entire sermon library by broadcaster, Bible reference, topic, speaker, date preached, language, or any keyword.

The mission of SermonAudio.com is to help faithful, local churches broadcast their audio sermons to the maximum amount of people with the least amount of cost. Our chief purpose is for the preservation and propagation of great Bible preaching and teaching in its audio form for this generation and the next.

Our site motto text is taken from Romans 10:17 where it reads, "faith cometh by hearing."

All broadcasters must adhere to the site's Articles of Faith. Absolutely no exceptions. Some of our broadcasters include John MacArthur, R. C. Sproul, Sinclair Ferguson, Ian Paisley, Ken Ham, Bob Jones University, Alan Cairns, Al Martin, Clarence Sexton, Joel Beeke, John Barnett, Richard Phillips, Jay Adams, Jeff Noblit, Voddie Baucham, Steve Lawson, and a host of "classic" sermons by Spurgeon, A. W. Tozer, Jonathan Edwards, and many more..

Click here to learn much more about our services..

Requires: 3.0.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9
Last Updated: 2014-4-17
Downloads: 1,848

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