The selection of sermons and sermonettes accessible from this site are taken from scheduled speaking engagements throughout N. Ireland. Sadly there are a number of poor sound reproduction due to the original recordings being made on low quality and often multi used tapes.
While every attempt has been made to ensure you are able to access the messages within the supplied mp3 format it is necessary to highlight that some sound distortion is evident and it is hoped that these sermons will be replaced over the fullness of time. In the meantime we hope that the quality of the sound does not take away from the content and your ability to enjoy same.
As some users will be accessing the site using MS Explorer it is therefore important to highlight that the main menu will ask the user to download the mp3 file prior to listening. To overcome this we have included a flash player on the bottom right column which works in all tested browses and will allow streaming of the sermons without delay.
It is permitted for you to copy the supplied messages to use within small groups or for personal listening on mp3 players etc. If you wish to share the messages with another party in the form of a audio CD please inform them of the offer that we are making to supply a speaker (Gratis, Free of charge, no strings attached) who could address them personally within a small group or bible study etc. Size of the meetings/groups are not important as Jesus said he is with us when only two or three are present.
On a closing note we would recommended that the site is viewed in the Firefox browser and we have supplied a link should you wish to upgrade to an (in our opinion) excellent browser which will allow you to use the site to it's fullest potential. May God bless you and open your understanding to his word.
William Andrews is a regular Christian preacher/speaker within churches across Northern Ireland. He lives in one of the very few dry villages in Ireland called Seskinore, has been married to Caroline for 39 blissful years and has two daughters Charlene (38) and Rachel (25). The year 2008 proved to be an exciting year for the family as Charlene got married to Dominic in September 08 and they had their first child Phoebe Rose on 30th November 2009. A second grandchild, Ruby Caroline was born on 23rd April 2013.