Revamped Custom Site Search
For some time now on the Homepage of the site there has been a customized search engine. This search tool was created to search all the brotherhood and congregational sties which I have indexed and cataloged here on the Repository. Sadly, for a while this feature was not working correctly. I was using a free service through Google to create and manage this search engine, but I decided to look into other options.
I am happy to announce that some friends have helped me find a paid version which will perform much more effectively than the previous iteration. I am excited to share this feature with you and hope that you will find it helpful! I decided to leave out congregational Facebook pages as well as a few other sites that would not contain many resources. This feature is an added expense to the cost of running the site, so I sincerely hope that others find it useful.
Try it out using the search bar on the Homepage:
The Christian Repository - Home
Years ago, recordings were made of brother Wayne McKamie reading the New Testament in the King James Version of the Bible. I was glad that copies were given to me to use and I am also glad to share them here with you!
Check them out over on the New Testament Audio page in the Archives:
New Audio Archive
I recently decided to revamp the Sermon Audio Archive section of the site. Previously I used a blog style page which I thought would not be as effective in the long run for the sheer amount of content coming for the site. So, I hope that you will enjoy the new format and find it more convenient to use. Check it out:
If you, someone you know, or perhaps your congregation have any cassettes, CDs, or other recordings of our Gospel Preachers that you would like to see preserved for future generations, please get in touch with me. I am always happy to have new material which otherwise might be lost to time. Also, the process of converting cassettes to MP3 files is fairly simple and the equipment does not have to be expensive. If you would like to learn how to do this for yourself, I would be more than happy to help you.
If you're interested in helping, either by working on the digitizing process or by sending in material, please get in touch with me!