The internet radio should be back online soon. We’ll also be exploring ways to improve it.
Next week’s radio broadcasts will be a series of “classic” sermons, some dating back as far as 2003. We pray that they are a blessing to you. In addition, our Saturday classic sermons will be coming back soon.
Finally, if the Holy Spirit has laid upon your heart to give or simply to share a testimony as to what Jesus has done and is doing in your heart and life, write to us at:
National Prayer Chapel
P.O. Box 2346
Woodbridge, VA 22195.
May the blessing of Jesus fill your soul with a burning heart full of His love!
We re-aired Tuesday’s broadcast yesterday, and again the radio station went off the air. It came back up under auxiliary power but was very difficult to hear for about 10 minutes, during a critical period of the broadcast. We covet your prayers as the devil has been raging over this message of the wonders of the atonement. If the Holy Spirit has given you a burden to pray for us or to financially support our efforts, please write to us at The National Prayer Chapel, PO Box 2346, Woodbridge, VA 22195. God bless you dear one!
For those who didn’t hear on the radio, Pastor Ray will be returning to teach on July 11 Lord willing of course, when the study of Hebrews continues. If you look just below the title of this post, you’ll see a “tag” entitled “exposition of Hebrews.” Selecting this will highlight this post, as well as the 20 messages thus far on Hebrews. Our broadcasts are also available via iTunes and Google Play music or any type of podcasting application. We’re excited to hear what Jesus is doing in your hearts and lives. During this downtime, we will be including the Youtube video, if that’s available, as well as the broadcast itself. Peace to you dear ones!
If you have an Android device, the broadcasts and sermons are now available for streaming and/or downloading within Google’s Play Music application as a podcast, just search for National Prayer Chapel or Pilgrim’s Progress.
Thank you for your patience, we’ve been approved and you’ll begin seeing broadcasts and sermons in Itunes. You can take a look at it here. Search for National Prayer Chapel and you’ll see us in the iTunes store.
We want to encourage you to download a podcasting application, in order to view the broadcasts and sermon classics. Here’s a link to the prior post on this topic. We are working to make all of these materials available on iTunes but that work is not yet complete. We will make an announcement, once we’re able to do that. In addition, we’re working to provide high quality mp3s again but will be posting broadcasts as soon as we can (at a lower quality level) and then uploading the higher end files as we receive them from the radio station. We earnestly covet and appreciate your prayers during this brief transition.
Updated 8:15 pm: Jesus is faithful, we’ve improve the broadcasts quality quite a bit thanks to some help from our radio station. The quality is improving and thank you for your patience!
Good Evening National Prayer Chapel Family,
You may have wondered why we haven’t had a live radio broadcast these last few weekdays.
Over the last week, the WAVA Radio Station, here in the DC Area, has been relocating physical buildings. The move has necessitated the use of encore presentations. While we hoped to broadcast live today, there was another delay.
We hope to be broadcasting live tomorrow (Tuesday, March 15th). We ask for your continued prayers and to listen to the Sunday Sermon which Pastor Jim Kerwin preached to the congregation.
We love you all!
If you have had difficulty in finding additional sermons, please go to the top of the page and select, “Do You Need More Sermons?” (Note: The download command is at the bottom of the very long page for now, but any sermon can be streamed or downloaded.) The last 150 are also available for streaming on the right side of the website.
Our internet radio is working and is on the right side of the webpage and the bottom of the page. Simply click the Pilgrim’s Progress logo, and it will automatically play the last three sermons or broadcasts. You can access internet radio without an internet connection by calling (641) 793-9914.
We thought that some of you may benefit from a very brief tutorial on setting up a podcasting application on your smartphone. This type of application takes the posts made from our website and then copies that post to your app. If there’s a sermon or broadcast included (which there will be most of the time), then you can either stream or download the audio files with your app. It really only takes a few steps to set up, which are laid out below:
- Go to the store for your phone and search for “Podcasting application” and select one, download and install it. It’s best to start with a free app and there are a number of different ones to choose from depending on the type of phone you have.
- Come back to the site and select the type of phone you may and then the app you installed and then select subscribe.
- Once you do this, your app will now download the posts for you and you can stream the audio or download it at your leisure.
Here are some images to help you. The first picture highlights the “Subscribe” function, once you select that, you’ll be prompted for an app and you should select the app you’ve downloaded. The last two images show how a sermon looks uses a podcasting app, as illustrated in an app called “Podkicker,” which is a free application available on both Android and iPhones. (NOTE: Podcasting apps are also available on windows phones and most computers.)
We invite you to listen to and download the messages directly from our central collection. Years 2011-2015 are NOW available under the drop down menu titled, Audio Archives.
Access 2015 directly below.
Good Day National Prayer Chapel Family,
We are in the process of redesigning the website from the ground up. Pardon the lack of Audio Archives while we repopulate.
Rest Assured, you will begin to see the website content continue to repopulate in the coming days and weeks.
Hopefully, you will see the website much more responsive on all viewing platforms including mobile and desktops and welcome the changes with open arms. Pray for Us.
Lastly, You will also see a new image on your mobile device when you save our website to your homescreen. The icon you will see is pictured below. It’s a reminder to pray for our nation.