Since September of last year, I've been working on recording readings of various edifying books that are out of copyright into MP3 audio books (Mainly I've been focusing on Puritan works). My voice is feeble and my reading is not great. But, it's been a blessing to me. Furthermore, I figure it might bless some people. It's not so much that I am a good narrator, but its more about putting the effort in and getting these things narrated. Some of them, especially Richard Alleine's Instructions About Heartwork, to the best of my knowledge, have never been available in MP3 before. - I'm about halfway done "Instructions About Heartwork / A Companion for Prayer" by Richard Alleine (almost 8 hours of audio so far!) - I'm done Keach's Catechism. - I'm done SBTS' Abstract of Principles. - I'm part way through the Second London Baptist Confesion. - I've completed 3 Puritan letters (Christopher Love's last letter to his wife and two Samuel Rutherford letters) - I've completed 9 chapters of William Clark's history of the Anglican Reformation (from Ten Epochs of Church History edited by John Fulton) These are all available at the following links: Recordings – Puritan Works » All Things Expounded Recordings – Reformation History » All Things Expounded Recordings – Reformed/Calvinistic Baptist Creeds » All Things Expounded I hope whoever downloads these enjoys them and feel free to give me some feedback.