FORT WORTH, Texas (SWBTS) -- For a travel aide during long flights or car rides this holiday season, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s extensive media resources library is available free of charge online at www.swbts.edu/mediaresources or through iTunes U on the iTunes Web site.
Notable audio includes the 2009 Advanced Expository Preaching Conference, the 2009 9Marks Building Healthy Churches Workshop, and the Franchising McChurch Student Theological Fellowship Forum featuring professors Thomas White and John Mark Yeats.
Audio from Fall 2009 chapel services are also available on the Media Resources Web site. Guest speakers from last semester included Colorado pastor Mitch Hamilton, president of the SBC Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission Richard Land, Southern Seminary president Al Mohler and study bible editor Charles Ryrie.
Southwestern Seminary also offers a podcast option for listeners, providing an automatically updated, weekly download of chapel services into the iTunes media player.
On the media resources page, a “Quick Links” link on the right hand side of the page will pull up the audio offered through iTunes U, which can then be downloaded into the appropriate media players or phones for a more mobile expository preaching and teaching option.
Selected online lectures from Southwestern professors are also offered through iTunes U.