Several people have said to me that they've been struggling to listen to Kerith sermons online. That's a real shame, as it's a great way to catch up if you've been away for the weekend, or just want to listen to a sermon again.
If you're on a PC then the easiest way to get to listen to a sermon is to go to our website, put your cursor over the word "Home" in the top section, then move the cursor down and click on Media. There you'll be able to find all the latest sermons, as well as media clips and songs.
If you've got an iPod, iPad or iPhone then the simplest way to get sermons is to got to iTunes (either on your PC or your device) and then in the iTunes store search for "Kerith". There are two Kerith podcasts there. The first is an old one which we need to get removed, but the second one should have all the latest sermons. The great thing about this is that new sermons will be downloaded to your device as they're added.
On a Blackberry, Android or Windows 7 phone I assume you're best off using the web browser and going to our website to listen to sermons. That won't work on an iPhone as it doesn't support flash (and the podcast is easier to use anyway) but should work on those other phones. Please leave a comment on the blog if anyone knows of a better way of doing it on these phones.
Finally to say a huge thank you to Geoff Hawke who week in week out edits and uploads the sermons to the website, often within a few hours of the meeting finishing. We owe a huge debt of gratitude to Geoff, one of our many, many behind the scenes heroes.