New to Me: Teachings from Charity Ministries

One perk I get at work is being able to listen to sermons and radio online. Charity Ministries makes their sermons available via mp3 you can download. I’ll give the disclaimer that I though I agree with about 90% of their teachings, your experience may vary. They have a new two-part series on head coverings. I started the first one today and it sounds good!


4 Responses to “New to Me: Teachings from Charity Ministries”

  1. 1 Regina Shea June 17, 2007 at 12:11 am

    I really like the sermons from Charity. I have learned so much from them. And like you I don’t agree 100% with their teachings but I agree between 90-95% of their teachings.

  2. 2 Hunnah October 5, 2007 at 9:52 am

    I read your website with interest being interested
    in Modesty, i saw your links on Muslim clothing and i thought
    i’d write this to you, i think you really don’t need to
    put this link on your site as its indirectly promoting
    another religion and honestly no Muslim website
    would ever be interested in doing this for any kind of Christian website ever
    if you don’t agree with this try asking your Muslim
    friends to have your link on thier
    website, plus the Bible says friendship with the world
    is enemity with God in the New Testament, it also says
    don’t even invite them in your homes if they bring another
    Gospel with them, of course this is not saying don’t evangelise or have friendship evangelism with them but its saying you
    should only be in communication with them just to get the
    point of thier despirate need for salvation across to them
    but never to promote their own beleives which are in direct
    opposite to christian beleives anyway
    Just so you know
    Please read the book of Peter , 1JOhn and Galatians for more on this remembering these books are speaking to your situation and also Psalm 96 and Psalm 69

    Please read any of these for more

    1990 ā€“ Sharing Good News: The Gospel and Your Asian Neighbours, Scripture Union, ISBN 0-86201-547-2

    2006 ā€“ Islam the Challenge to the Church, Pewsey: Isaac Publishing, ISBN 0-9547835-4-9

    Have a blessed day

  3. 3 wilkinson4jesus December 12, 2007 at 10:43 am

    Hello again Anna!
    We were back here again….couldn’t keep away! šŸ™‚ When we saw this on Charity Ministries, We discovered them this past summer. It has been wonderful to hear so many things taught, that we have asked why we no longer hear sermons like this in the “mainstream” church! They have been a big blessing to us. As you said too… we agree about 90%, but these days that is a very high percentage. šŸ™‚ We even put them in a link on our blogroll. Speaking of which would you mind if we link to you in our blogroll? šŸ™‚
    Your writings are a blessing!
    Jason & Anna Wilkinson

  4. 4 Mathew May 5, 2008 at 12:35 am

    It is a privilege to read spirit led wisdom, and I pray that you continue to be led by the Spirit of the Living God. Please pray for India where I stay in Mumbai. I have heard most of Charitys messages.

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