150 Free Downloadable Sermons to Resource the Movement

November 2009

Redeemer's Sermon Ministry has been faithfully recording, cataloguing and reproducing all of our sermons for the past 20 years. To celebrate all 20 years of our history, and to meet the growing demand for our church's teaching in New York City and around the world, we have released a catalog of 150 sermons and lectures covering a broad array of Redeemer's teaching, completely FREE to download and share.

Redeemer’s primary method of evangelism has always been through the planting of gospel-centered churches. The Free Sermon Core is not intended as a “broadcast ministry” which could serve individual needs but might inhibit the listener’s perceived need for community. These recordings are meant to provide resources for Redeemer’s movement to plant, assist and nurture gospelcentered churches throughout the world and to bring individual listeners into a multifaceted experience of the gospel which draws us into community with one another.

The chosen recordings for the Free Core were culled from classic sermon series as well as lectures and seminar addresses delivered to various Redeemer ministry gatherings, and are intended to present to the listener the full scope of teachings they would receive over several years of active involvement at Redeemer.

Navigation of the resource was prepared in such a way as to provide depth and facility to listeners at any stage of their experience with Christianity. All sermons and lectures were classified in three broad categories: Discovery, Growth and Mission, down to increasingly more specific groupings. In addition, summaries and keyword searches have been applied to each of the sermons.

We’ll continue to grow this resource with all 8 sermons from the Renew Campaign, as well as by introducing free monthly podcasts, scheduled to begin in January of 2010.

To begin exploring and sharing the Free Core Resource, please visit http://sermons.redeemer.com, and click on the Free Core Resource tab.

For more information, contact Chris Miles at chris@redeemer.com or visit http://sermons.redeemer.com.


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