We just added two new audio recordings to the Audio Library, and tacked on those two audios and one other to the Transition page to help people wrestle with three of the questions I am most asked after someone listens to Transitions or reads He Loves Me.
The two new recordings were made at a retreat I recently taught in South Africa. We were able to record those and they come as close to expressing my heart on some very difficult subjects as I have had opportunity to do. The final recording is one that was recorded this past June in Tulsa, Oklahoma. I hope they are helpful to people who are wrestling with these same subject matters. At this point we are not planning on selling CDs. You’re welcome to download and print CDs as you desire. You can access the recordings from the two linked pages above.
What is the Gospel of Jesus Christ? Recorded in October 2009 at a retreat in South Africa, Wayne shares about the Gospel of love that God communicated in the Son so that we could share a relationship with the Lord of Glory.
What Do I Do with Scriptures that Make God Scary? Recorded in October 2009 at a retreat in South Africa, Wayne seeks to unravel the two seemingly contradictory depictions of God in the Bible and shows how reading Scripture as the progressive revelation of God’s nature, that reaches its fulfillment in the Son Himself—the Word made flesh—resolves those contradictions.
What Do I Do to Live Loved? – Recorded in Tulsa in June 2009, Wayne shows how living loved is not something you can achieve at all; it is a reality you relax into as Jesus makes his life real in you.
For other audio recordings by Wayne, please visit our Audio Library.
Special Notice: Over the next week this website will be migrating to another server since we’ve had so many problems with our existing one. You shouldn’t recognize any difference, but it will mean I’ll not be able to add any new content until the move is made. So I hope all of you in the U.S. have a special, joyful, and glorious Thanksgiving Holiday and that God will continue to make himself know in you. Sara and I are definitely grateful to all of you who have been an encouragement to us over the last year and those who hold us in your hearts before God when you think of us.