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The Woman in White (Dramatized)

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The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins Presented by The Online Stage Walter Hartright, a struggling art teacher, is stopped for directions while traveling on a dark road by a mysterious woman in white. Thus begins Walter's deep dive into the twists and turns of stolen identities, fraud, spies, conspiracy and death. Along the way, he meets the lovely Laura Fairlie and her emboldened half-sister, Marian Halcombe. Marian is brazen and assertive in her search for the truth, a strong female during a time when women were simply viewed as the weaker sex. She joins Walter on his journey to untangle the web of lies and deceit that has been spun so expertly around his new found friends.  The Woman in White is often touted as being the first Victorian crime novel.     Cast: Narrator: Maureen Boutilier Walter Hartright: Jeff Moon Marian Halcombe: Amanda Friday Count Fosco: Rob Goll   Mr. Fairlie: David Stifel   Laura Fairlie: Anna Grace   Percival Glyde: Ben Lindsey-Clark   Pesca: Russell Gold   Anne Catherick: Arielle Lipshaw   Mr. Gilmore: Ron Altman   Mr. Merriman: Alan Weyman   Mrs. Michelson: Elizabeth Klett   Countess Fosco: Trisha Rose   Maid: Leanne Yau   Mr. Dempster: Andy Harringon   Mrs. Clements: Sarah Mitchell   Mr. Dawson: Denis Daly Hester Pinhorn: P J Morgan   Goodricke: Craig Franklin   Mr. Kyrle: Ben Stevens Mrs. Catherick: Sara Morsey  Audio edited by Amanda Friday

Public Domain (P)2019 The Online Stage

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The Exiles

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An instant New York Times best seller Optioned for television by Bruna Papandrea, the producer of HBO's Big Little Lies "A tour de force of original thought, imagination and promise.... Kline takes full advantage of fiction - its freedom to create compelling characters who fully illuminate monumental events to make history accessible and forever etched in our minds." (Houston Chronicle) The author of the number one New York Times best seller Orphan Train returns with an ambitious, emotionally resonant novel about three women whose lives are bound together in 19th-century Australia and the hardships they weather together as they fight for redemption and freedom in a new society. Seduced by her employer’s son, Evangeline, a naïve young governess in early 19th-century London, is discharged when her pregnancy is discovered and sent to the notorious Newgate Prison. After months in the fetid, overcrowded jail, she learns she is sentenced to "the land beyond the seas", Van Diemen’s Land, a penal colony in Australia. Though uncertain of what awaits, Evangeline knows one thing: The child she carries will be born on the months-long voyage to this distant land.  During the journey on a repurposed slave ship, the Medea, Evangeline strikes up a friendship with Hazel, a girl little older than her former pupils who was sentenced to seven years transport for stealing a silver spoon. Canny where Evangeline is guileless, Hazel - a skilled midwife and herbalist - is soon offering home remedies to both prisoners and sailors in return for a variety of favors.  Though Australia has been home to Aboriginal people for more than 50,000 years, the British government in the 1840s considers its fledgling colony uninhabited and unsettled and views the natives as an unpleasant nuisance. By the time the Medea arrives, many of them have been forcibly relocated, their land seized by White colonists. One of these relocated people is Mathinna, the orphaned daughter of the chief of the Lowreenne tribe, who has been adopted by the new governor of Van Diemen’s Land.  In this gorgeous novel, Christina Baker Kline brilliantly recreates the beginnings of a new society in a beautiful and challenging land, telling the story of Australia from a fresh perspective, through the experiences of Evangeline, Hazel, and Mathinna. While life in Australia is punishing and often brutally unfair, it is also, for some, an opportunity: for redemption, for a new way of life, for unimagined freedom. Told in exquisite detail and incisive prose, The Exiles is a story of grace born from hardship, the unbreakable bonds of female friendships, and the unfettering of legacy.  

©2020 Christina Baker Kline (P)2020 HarperCollins Publishers

Length: 10 hrs and 17 mins
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Five Plays by Anton Chekhov

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A collection of four of Chekhov's most popular dramas together with his unusual one-act comedy, The Boor, presented by members of The Online Stage. Program The Seagull - translated by George Calderon Uncle Vanya - translated by Marian Fell The Three Sisters - translated by Julius West The Cherry Orchard - translated by George Calderon The Boor - translated by Hilmar Baukage Produced by Elizabeth Klett. Featuring the voices of Andy Harrington, Leanne Yau, Elizabeth Chambers, Elizabeth Klett, Amanda Friday, Jeff Moon, David Prickett, Tovarisch, Ron Altman, Noel Badrian, Ben Stevens, Ted Wenskus, Denis Daly, Maureen Boutilier, Linda Barrans, Susan Iannucci, and Marty Kryz.

Public Domain (P)2018 The Online Stage

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Your Nostradamus Factor

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You can predict the future! Throughout the centuries, the future has been seen in dreams, visions, and by seers. But you don't have to be a prophet or a visionary to predict what the future holds. Now, Ingo Swann explains how to understand and use the future-predicting ability that lies within.  He identifies the different ways the future is revealed:  Spontaneous forewarnings during dreams  Spontaneous alerts that happen when awake  Forewarnings and alerts communally experienced by numbers of people while sleeping or while awake  Consciously controlled future-seeing achieved by seers  Ingo Swann also presents fascinating, documented examples of prophecies that came true, ranging from those who foresaw the sinking of the Titanic to his own prediction of the fall of the Berlin Wall.  Your Nostradamus Factor explains how you can develop your ability to foresee the future by: Overcoming blocks to future-seeing Tracking a particular subject and testing your predictions Using astrology to help see the future Paying close attention to your dreams Swann also offers startling predictions for the future of the environment, the economy, science, and society. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio. 

©1993 Murleen Ryder (P)2018 Swann-Ryder Productions, LLC

Narrator: Jeff Moon
Author: Ingo Swann
Length: 11 hrs and 22 mins
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Uncopyable

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What separates average businesses from extraordinarily successful ones? Better product? Nope. Your competitor will rapidly reverse-engineer your "secret sauce" and get their "better-than-you" version on the market faster than you can say "Usain Bolt". Better customer service? Guess what? All of your competitors say they provide the best customer service. It's a wishy-washy phrase...a vague generality with no meaningful specific. Better pricing? You're kidding, right? The company that lives on price dies on price. More harsh reality: Almost all industries today struggle with the increasing commoditization of their products and services, putting considerable pressure on prices and margins, leading to fiercer competition. The solution? You must create an uncopyable attachment with your customers. They must see you as not only delivering a superior product but also as a high-value relationship they simply cannot get anywhere else. In Uncopyable, Steve Miller compellingly argues that new advantage isn't found by going "outside the box" - you must actually build your own box. Uncopyable will guide you to achieving an unfair and enduring competitive advantage.

©2020 Steve Miler (P)2020 Steve Miller

Narrator: Jeff Moon
Author: Steve Miller
Length: 4 hrs and 32 mins
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Anne's House of Dreams

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Anne's House of Dreams by L. M. Montgomery Performed by The Online Stage Anne and Gilbert begin their life together in Anne's House of Dreams, a continuation of the story that began with Anne of Green Gables. First published in 1917, the L. M. Montgomery series continues with Anne as a new bride making new friends wherever she finds them. They settle on the seashore at Four Winds Point, an area near the village of Glen St. Mary on Prince Edward Island, Canada. She is befriended by the capable Miss Cornelia Bryant, kindly old sea Captain Jim, and the beautiful, mysterious figure of Mrs. Dick Moore. Cast: Narrator - Susan Iannucci Anne Shirley - Amanda Friday Leslie Moore - Erin Grassie Miss Cornelia Bryant - Sara Morsey Captain Jim - David Stifel Susan Baker/Mrs. Harmon Andrews - P. J. Morgan Tom/Owen Ford/Old Leon Blaxquiere/John Selwyn - Jeff Moon Paul Irving/Dr. Dave/Marshall Elliot - Andy Harrington Phillipa - Anna Grace Marilla/Mistress Selwyn - Elizabeth Klett Mrs. Rachel Lynde - Maureen Boutilier Diana - Tiffany Halla Colonna Davy/Mrs. Doctor Dave - Grace Keller Scotch Gilbert Blythe - Ted Wenskus Miss Patty - Trisha Rose Mrs. Jasper Bell/Charlotta the Fourth - Becca Maggie Audio edited by Susan Iannucci

Public Domain (P)2020 The Online Stage

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A Christmas Collection

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A collection of Christmas radio plays by Mike Murphy Six heartwarming tales celebrating the festive season performed by members of The Online Stage. Featuring the voices of John Burlinson, Joe Tabler, Elizabeth Chambers, David Prickett, Michele Eaton, Brett Downey, Leanne Yau, Tovarisch, Rebecca Thomas, Becca Maggie, K. G.Cross, Ben Lindsey-Clark, Jeff Moon, Denis Daly, Libby Stephenson, Maureen Boutilier, Chris Marcellus, Ron Altman, Peter Tucker, Alan Weyman, Jennifer Fournier, Amanda Friday, Noel Badrian, Susan Iannucci, Sarah Hulslander, Marty Kryz, and Elizabeth Klett. Program "Moop's Christmas Carol" "Moop Saves Christmas" "O Christmas Tree" "How Melvin Saved Christmas" "I'm Dreaming of a Tropical Christmas" "Last Christmas"

©2017 Mike Murphy (P)2017 The Online Stage

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The Nose

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Gogol's phantasmagorical tale about a man whose nose decides to abscond and begin living a life of its own is one of the earliest and most celebrated examples of absurdist literature. Apart from its recondite humor, it is remarkable for Gogol's skill in characterization and his ability to paint a picture of contemporary life in Russia in a few verbal brushstrokes.

Public Domain (P)2016 The Online Stage

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Saint Joan

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Saint Joan by George Bernard Shaw Presented by The Online Stage According to George Bernard Shaw, Joan of Arc was in fact one of the first Protestant martyrs. She was one of the first apostles of nationalism, and the first French practitioner of Napoleonic realism in warfare. She also refused to accept the specific woman's lot, and dressed and fought and lived as men did. Shaw's exploration of the story of this ingenuous and eponymous heroine is set in six scenes and an epilogue, which takes place on 1456, when the church cleared Joan of the charge of heresy and condemned her accusers of corruption. The ghost of Joan appears and, later, an emissary from the year 1920, to announce Joan's canonization.  This production also includes a very condensed version of Shaw's lengthy preface.  Cast:  Narrator and Duchess de la Trémouille - Anna Grace Robert de Baudricourt, Sentry and Courcelles - Graham Scott   Joan - Amanda Friday Bertrand, D'Estivet and Gentleman - Jeff Moon Archbishop and First Assessor - David Stifel De la Trémouille, John de Stogumber and Executioner - Denis Daly Steward and Warwick - Alan Weyman La Hire, Second Assessor and English Soldier - Phil Benson Bluebeard and Ladvenu - David Shears Charles (Dauphin) - Tom Saer Dunois and Third Assessor - Andy Harrington Cauchon - Peter Tucker Inquisitor - Noel Badrian Page - Sarah Bacaller Audio edited by Denis Daly

Public Domain (P)2020 The Online Stage

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The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano

5 ratings

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Olaudah Equiano's autobiography challenged minds and hearts in the late 1700s. The first autobiography ever written by a former slave, The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano is one of the most well-recognized slave-narratives. It was first published in 1789 and gained notoriety as a mechanism for the abolitionist movement in England in 1807. In his work, Equiano illuminates the life of himself as a slave and then a freed man, ultimately becoming a respected politician and philosopher.

©2017 Bassett Publishing (P)2017 Bassett Publishing

Narrator: Jeff Moon
Length: 6 hrs and 45 mins
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Think & Grow Rich: In 10 Minutes a Day

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Now you can quickly and effectively study and put into practice the greatest personal development program of all time. In only 10 minutes a day, you can begin to implement the success principles that have made more millionaires and top influencers than any other achievement philosophy. Fame? Fortune? Impactful service? More meaningful relationships? You can have anything that you want in life when you discover the secret contained in Napoleon Hill’s Think & Grow Rich. Originally published in 1937, Think & Grow Rich helped end the Great Depression with its 13 steps to amass riches. It holds the keys to financial independence, harmonious relationships, power, happiness, fulfillment, and peace of mind. All forms of wealth can be yours if you are willing to pay the price...and that is, to think - to enlarge your mind, take control of your thoughts, and leverage the power of the vast mental resources available to you in order to translate your greatest desires into their material equivalent. As Hill said, “There is no point in having such a great potential for achievement unless you do something to convert it into an actuality”. Think & Grow Rich: In Ten Minutes a Day extracts the key principles, instructions, and stories from Hill’s original, unedited masterpiece and provides updated, relevant examples - in modernized, easily accessible language - so that all listeners, regardless of how busy they are, can benefit from the timeless wisdom found in Hill’s audiobook. Action items added to the original text will help listeners expertly apply each section’s lessons. Your master-key to success is already in your hands! Let this audiobook show you how to use it efficiently and effectively to unlock the storehouses of riches that are within your reach. Harness the power of thought to distinguish yourself like you never imagined possible...for “anything the mind can believe, it can achieve!

©2020 The Napoleon Hill Foundation (P)2020 The Napoleon Hill Foundation

Narrator: Jeff Moon
Length: 2 hrs and 21 mins
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Ancient Prophecies Revealed

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This book describes over 500 biblical prophecies in the order of when they were fulfilled. These include pre-flood times though the first coming of Jesus and into the Middle Ages. The heart of this book is the 53 prophecies fulfilled between 1948 and 2008. The last 11 prophecies between 2008 and the Great Tribulation are also given. All these are documented and interpreted from the ancient Church fathers. The Ancient Church Fathers, including disciples of the 12 apostles, were firmly premillennial, pretribulational, and very pro-Israel.

©2008 Ken Johnson (P)2020 Ken Johnson

Narrator: Jeff Moon
Author: Ken Johnson
Length: 13 hrs and 22 mins
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Divorce

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W? are lucky ?n?ugh to liv? in ?n ?g? ?nd in a part ?f th? world th?t ??l?br?t? ??r??n?l fr??d?m. Individuals ?r? ?n??ur?g?d t? ?x?l?r? their v?r? individu?lit?. With th?t ???um?ti?n in mind, I w?nt ??u t? think ?f div?r?? ?? ?n?th?r ?t?g? in ?n ?v?r-?v?lving familiar r?l?ti?n?hi?. In this book, you will find real, basic steps you can follow to overcome your divorce, especially the mental and the practical parts. These rules are very simple to follow, and they work on your behalf. Follow the rules, and step by step and day by day, you will come back to life. Learn: How to survive a divorce How to overcome a divorce How to deal with the pain of divorce How to overcome the legal aspect of divorce The positive side of divorce The 10 golden rules to be happy after divorce

©2018 PAYLAB SRL UNIPERSONALE (P)2018 PAYLAB SRL UNIPERSONALE

Narrator: Jeff Moon
Length: 1 hr and 37 mins
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A Little Princess

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A Little Princess tells the story of Sara Crewe, daughter of a rich English officer stationed in India, who is sent to Miss Minchin's boarding school in London. Despite her wealth and privilege, Sara is kind and generous, befriending everyone from school outcast Ermengarde and motherless toddler Lottie to the teenage scullery maid Becky. When Sara's status is abruptly changed, her resolve to behave like a princess no matter her circumstances is put to the test. Frances Hodgson Burnet's children's classic is performed by a full cast and will be loved by listeners of all ages. Cast: Narrator - Elizabeth Klett Sara Crewe - Amanda Friday Captain Crewe/Mr. Carmichael - Jeff Moon Miss Minchin - Lillian Rachel Miss Amelia - Sarah Mitchell Lavinia/Janet - Shaina Summerville Jessie/Nora - Anna Grace Ermengarde/Donald - Sarah Bacaller Lottie - Miranda Hodges Becky/Anne - Amber Hegarty Ram Dass - Ben Stevens Mr. Carrisford - Rob Goll Mrs. Carmichael/Cook - Trisha Rose Audio edited by Elizabeth Klett

Public Domain (P)2021 The Online Stage

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Freedom from Your Fears

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Don’t let fear hold you back from the personal and professional success you were meant to enjoy. It’s time to master your fears and increase your resilience so that you can regain control of your life and achieve your vision of success. Fear is one of the greatest obstacles to your success, happiness, and fulfillment, and it is one of the most difficult to combat. It roots itself deep in the subconscious and darkens your dominating thoughts, coloring your perceptions and, in turn, your actions. But fear does not have to write your story. It is simply an emotion - one that can be mastered and channeled to work for, rather than against, you. This guidebook contains Napoleon Hill’s best advice for throwing off the chains of fear, finding opportunity within temporary defeat, and living life with intention. You’ll learn how to: Develop the self-confidence, faith, and willpower you need to overcome even the most challenging obstacle Reduce your vulnerability to the negative influences of others Conquer the seven basic fears by forming new mental habits Filter the noise around you and de-escalate the panic of fearenza and worryitis Harness the power of cosmic habit force to accelerate your success Implement the mastermind principle to identify new opportunities for Collaboration and innovation  “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself!” This famous line from Franklin D. Roosevelt’s inaugural address is etched into the public consciousness, but few people know that its inspiration derived from one of his advisors Napoleon Hill. Commissioned by the great steel magnate Andrew Carnegie to build a philosophy of individual achievement, Hill spent 25 years conducting research on more than 500 distinguished individuals to uncover a magic law of the human mind that guaranteed personal and professional success. The achievement principles he discovered enabled a generation to break the bonds of fear responsible for exacerbating the ills of the Great Depression and World War and raise themselves to new levels of success - and they continue to do so today. If there was ever a time in this country when men and women need to recognize the power of their own minds, when they need to overcome frustration and fear, that time is now. There is too much fear spread around, too many people talking about depressions. Let’s get our minds, each and every one of us as individuals, fixed upon a definite goal so big and so outstanding that we’ll have no time to think about these things we don’t want." (Napoleon Hill)

©2020 The Napoleon Hill Foundation (P)2020 The Napoleon Hill Foundation

Narrator: Jeff Moon
Length: 1 hr and 7 mins
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Ancient Post-Flood History

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This audiobook is a Christian timeline of ancient post-flood history based on Bible chronology, the early church fathers, and ancient Jewish and secular history. This can be used as a companion guide in the study of creation science. This revised edition adds the background history of nine new countries. Learn the true origins of the countries and people of France, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Ireland, Scotland, Greece, Italy, Russia, Egypt, Israel, Iraq, Iran, China, the Arabs, the Kurds, and more.

Some questions answered: Who were the pharaohs in the times of Joseph and Moses? When did the famine of Joseph occur? What Egyptian documents mention these? When did the Exodus take place? When did the kings of Egypt start being called "pharaoh", and why? Who was the first king of a united Italy? Who was Zeus, and where was he buried? Where did Shem and Ham rule, and where were they buried? How large was Nimrod's invasion force that set up the Babylonian Empire, and when did this invasion occur? What is Nimrod's name in Persian documents? How can we use this information to witness to unbelievers?

Brought to you by Biblefacts Ministries, Biblefacts.org.

©2010 Ken Johnson (P)2019 Ken Johnson

Narrator: Jeff Moon
Length: 4 hrs and 52 mins
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The Gift of Giving

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Why leave a legacy when you can live one right now? When you realize that your success journey is really a journey of giving, you will unlock the potential for profound riches. The world’s top entrepreneurs and leaders derive their success and fulfillment from the alignment of their professional endeavors with their search for meaning and impact. Rather than waiting until they feel they have something to offer, they consistently share their resources to better the lives of others. Now is the time for you to discover your unique gifts and create a giving plan so that you can begin to live your legacy. The Gift of Giving traces the ultimate giving journeys of Jim Stovall and Don Green, who have implemented Napoleon Hill’s timeless achievement principles to live a legacy of generosity. When Jim Stovall committed to finding a driving passion and giving away one million dollars to it, he was a broke college student whose dreams of playing in the NFL had been sidelined by a rare condition causing progressive blindness. With the guidance of the successful businessman Lee Braxton and a worn copy of Think and Grow Rich, Jim brought himself from poverty to prosperity and became an award-winning entrepreneur and philanthropist. His journey connected him with Don Green, the executive director of the Napoleon Hill Foundation, who lives out his calling and continues Hill’s work through the foundation’s many philanthropic efforts. Together, their stories reveal that you can render service and charity at every stage of your giving journey; you simply have to identify opportunities for generosity and take action on them. You have everything you need to create your legacy. The time has come to live it now, while you can enjoy the gift of giving.

©2020 The Napoleon Hill Foundation (P)2020 The Napoleon Hill Foundation

Narrator: Jeff Moon
Length: 2 hrs and 46 mins
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Ancient Messianic Festivals

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The messianic festivals are the Biblical rituals God commanded the ancient Israelites to observe. These ancient rites give great detail on the first coming of the Messiah including the date on which He would arrive, the manner of His death, and the birth of His church. You will also learn of the many disasters that befell the Jews though the centuries on the ninth of Av. The rituals speak of a Natzal, or rapture of believers, and a terrible time called the Yamin Noraim. They give a rather complete outline of this seven-year tribulation period including the rise of a false messiah. They also tell of a time when the earth will be at peace in the Messianic Kingdom. In addition to the seven messianic festivals, you will learn the prophetic outline of other ceremonies like Hanukkah, the new moon ceremony, the wedding ceremony, the ashes of the red heifer, and the ancient origins of Halloween. You will also learn of other prophetical types and shadows mentioned in the Bible.

Brought to you by Biblefacts Ministries (Biblefacts.org).

©2012 Ken Johnson (P)2019 Ken Johnson

Narrator: Jeff Moon
Author: Ken Johnson
Length: 3 hrs and 54 mins
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The Age of Reason

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The Age of Reason is a work by English and American activist Thomas Paine, arguing for the philosophical position of Deism. It follows in the tradition of 18th-century British Deism, and challenges institutionalized religion and the legitimacy of the Bible.

Public Domain (P)2018 Bassett Publishing

Narrator: Jeff Moon
Author: Thomas Paine
Length: 6 hrs and 15 mins
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The Three Sisters

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The Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov, translated by Julius West, presented by The Online Stage. The Three Sisters is Anton Chekhov's 1901 play about the Prosorov family, who are stuck in a provincial Russian town. The sisters - Olga, Masha, and Irina - fantasize about one day returning to Moscow. Meanwhile, their brother Andrey courts village girl Natasha, and the family socializes with the soldiers stationed nearby. Dreams, longing, and illicit love drive the action of Chekhov's comic drama. Cast: Andrei Sergeyevitch Prosorov: Andy Harrington Natalia Ivanovna (Natasha), his fiancée, later his wife: Leanne Yau Olga: Elizabeth Chambers Masha: Elizabeth Klett Irina: Amanda Friday Feodor Ilitch Kuligin, high school teacher, married to Masha: Jeff Moon Alexander Ignateyevitch Vershinin, lieutenant-colonel: David Prickett Nicolai Lvovitch Tuzenbach, baron, lieutenant in the army and Tovarisch Vasssili Vassilevitch Soleni, captain: Ron Altman Ivan Romanovitch Chebutikin, army doctor: Noel Badrian Alexey Petrovitch Fedotik, sub-lieutenant: Ben Stevens Vladimir Carlovitch Rode, sub-lieutenant: Ted Wenskus Ferapont, door-keeper at local council offices: Denis Daly Anfisa, nurse: Maureen Boutilier Narrator: Linda Barrans Audio edited by Elizabeth Klett

Public Domain (P)2017 The Online Stage

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A Radio Play Collection

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A Collection of Radio Plays by Mike Murphy Presented by The Online Stage Six quirky radio dramas brought to you by members of The Online Stage. Featuring the voices of Amanda Friday, Brett Downey, Susan Iannucci, Alan Weyman, Leanne Yau, Beth Thomas, Lucy Perry, Ed Humpal, Charlotte Duckett, John Burlinson, Eileen Tipping, Denis Daly, Nancy German, Jeff Moon, Peter Tucker, Ben Stevens, Ron Altman, K.G Cross, P.J. Morgan, Marty Kryz, Maureen Boutilier, Noel Badrian, Bob Neufeld, Lee Ann Howlett, Joseph Tabler, David Prickett, and Tovarisch. Program Danny MacIntyre Meets the Molecule Family Tree Happy Birthday, Dear Emily The Forever Pill The Gift The Return of Cosmo Draper Text copyrights held by Mike Murphy. Audio edited by Amanda Friday, K.G.Cross, Ed Humpal, and Eileen Tipping.

©2017 Mike Murphy (P)2017 The Online Stage

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Frankenstein

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Performed by The Online Stage Written by 18-year-old Mary Shelley, the novel follows scientist Victor Frankenstein as he recounts his story to Captain Walton, who found a gravely ill Victor adrift at sea. Victor tells of his creation of a being so horrible that he abandoned the Creature, much to his own shame. Not to be forgotten, the Creature's quest for revenge and understanding from its master leaves a trail of devastation in its wake. This production is from the 1831 version. Cast: Victor Frankenstein: Rob Goll The Creature: Jeff Moon Elizabeth Lavenza: Amanda Friday Robert Walton/M. Krempe/Mr. Kirwin: David Stifel Henry Clerval/Boy: Mark Crowle-Groves Alphonse Frankenstein/De Lacey: Graham Scott Felix/Master/Ernest Frankenstein/Irishman: Andy Harrington M. Walden/Officer/Lieutenant/Landlord/Magistrate: Russell Gold Justine Moritz: Anna Grace Caroline Frankenstein/Old Woman: Elizabeth Klett Audio edited by Rob Goll

Public Domain (P)2021 The Online Stage

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Welcome to Your Future

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Welcome to Your Future: Two Stories by Kurt Vonnegut. Presented by the Online Stage. In the not-too-distant future, 2185 AD, anti-gerisone is the new drug that stops ageing. People are now living into their hundreds until it's time to take their own big trip up yonder, and in the case of the Ford family and Gramps, the notable patriarch, families are living and fighting together in one home for much longer. Eventually there are no prisons, slums, asylums, poverty, wars, or disease. and 200 years later the population of the US is set at 40 million people. But since no one gets any older, someone must volunteer to die if a baby is born. To make an appointment, one need only call 2BR02B....       "The Big Trip Up Yonder"     If it was good enough for your grandfather, forget it...it is much too good for anyone else!     Cast:   Narrator - Anna Grace   Gramps - Jeff Moon   Lou - Andy Harrington   Emerald - Susan Iannucci   Eddie - Tyler Hyrchuk   Willy - Lance Rasmussen   Morty - Ted Wenskus   TV Commentator - Marty Krz   TV Announcer - Marty Krz   Turnkey - Ted Wenskus     "2BR02B"     Got a problem? Just pick up the phone. It solved them all - and all the same way!     Cast:   Narrator - Anna Grace   Orderly - Tyler Hyrchuk   Painter - Lance Rasmussen   Leora Duncan - Aisling Gray   Dr. Hitz - Jeff Moon   Edward Wehling - Andy Harrington   Hostess - Susan Iannucci     Audio edited by Anna Grace

Public Domain (P)2020 The Online Stage

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The Return of Cosmo Draper

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Dreaming of days of yore, Tim Porter organizes the return of Cosmo Draper, the town's favorite mayor. Only trouble is, Cosmo's been dead for years, right? Cast Old Porter - Noel Badrian Carr - Bob Neufeld Porter - Jeff Moon Wife - Lee Ann Howlett Husband - Joseph Tabler Bob - David Prickett Jed - Marty Kris Shannon Wolfe - P J Morgan Clemens - Tovarisch Audio edited by Amanda Friday

©2013 Mike Murphy (P)2016 The Online Stage

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Arcadian Adventures with the Idle Rich

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Stephen Leacock (1869-1944) may be considered the Canadian counterpart to Mark Twain. For many years he was professor of economics at Magill University and published a number of well-regarded texts on economics and political science. However, he is best known today for his many volumes of humorous fiction. During the 1920s he was one of the most widely read authors in the English-speaking world and was considered by Jack Benny and Groucho Marx to be one of the greatest comic writers of all time. In Arcadian Adventures with the Idle Rich, Leacock applies a satirical scalpel to the foibles and pretensions of the wealthy and the powerful. He not only probes the quirks of traditional power structures like corporations (public and private), political parties, universities, and churches but also finds time to poke fun at one of his favorite targets - the world of psychic phenomena. A Little Dinner with Mr Lucullus Fyshe The Wizard of Finance The Arrested Philanthropy of Mr. Tomlinson The Yahi-Bahi Oriental Society of Mrs. Rasselyer-Brown The Love Story of Mr. Peter Spillikins The Rival Churches of St. Asaph and St. Osoph The Ministrations of the Rev. Uttermust Dumfarthing The Great Fight for Clean Government Narrated by Cate Barratt. Cast: Lucullus Fyshe - Jeff Moon; Dr Boomer - Ron Altman; Fareforth Furlong - Richard Andrews; Mrs. Rasselyer-Brown - Lee Ann Howlett. Additional voices supplied by Bob Neufeld, Ben Stevens, P. J. Morgan, Brett Downey, Denis Daly, Andy Harrington, David Prickett, John Burlinson, Alan Weyman, Joseph Tabler, Susan Iannucci, Becca Maggie, Jennifer Fournier, Ted Wenskus, Leanne Yau, Arielle Lipshaw, and Marty Kris. Audio edited by Denis Daly.

Public Domain (P)2017 The Online Stage

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Arms and the Man

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Arms and the Man by George Bernard Shaw: Presented by The Online Stage.  In Biography for Beginners, a collection of sarcastic quatrains about various celebrities, Edmund Clerihew Bentley wrote:  Mr Bernard Shaw Was just setting out for the war, When he heard it was a dangerous trade And demonstrably underpaid.  This rather unkind stanza is illustrative of Shaw's convenient pacifism, which forms the major theme of this play. For Shaw, war was an anachronistic form of barbarism - in his view, people ought to be able to resolve their differences through intelligent and spirited discourse.  The action of the play, which occurs during a conflict on the Balkans, is initiated by the discovery by Raina, the daughter of an military officer, of a man who has taken refuge in her bedroom. Unfortunately, the man belongs to the opposing army. How will she deal with a notional enemy who behaves with such quixotic courtesy?  Cast  Narrator - Noel Badrian Captain Bluntschli - Rob Goll Major Petkoff - Peter Tucker Officer/ Major Sergius Saranoff - Jeff Moon Catherine Petkoff - Sarah Mitchell Nicola - Craig Franklin Raina Petkoff - Amanda Friday Louka - Anna Grace   Audio edited by Denis Daly

Public Domain (P)2019 The Online Stage

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David Copperfield

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In a comprehensive and beautifully crafted first person narrative, David Copperfield recalls key stages, memories, and incidents of his life from infancy to maturity. Scenes, adventures, and characters are summoned to the narrator's remembrance so vividly that they are rendered with the vitality of the present moment.  In this dramatized reading of the unabridged novel, a cast of 15 narrators bring to life over 100 characters; among them the eccentric Betsey Trotwood; the stern, inflexible Murdstones; the fawning and treacherous Uriah Heep; the captivating Dora Spenlow; and the impecunious but ever optimistic Wilkins Micawber. David Copperfield is the eighth novel by Charles Dickens, first published as a serial in 1849 – 1850, and then as a book in 1850. It has remained one of his most popular novels and was stated by the author to be his "favourite child." Cast: (with selected roles) Phil Benson - Mr Wickfield/Mr Omer Huw Brentnall - Uriah Heep/Ham Peggotty Danielle Cohen - Clara Peggotty/Martha Endell Amanda Friday - Dora Spenlow/Clara Copperfield Isabelle Friday - Little Minnie Rob Goll - David Copperfield/Daniel Peggotty Anna Grace - Agnes Wickfield/Little Em'ly Elizabeth Klett - Emma Micawber/Jane Murdstone Ben Lindsey-Clark - Edward Murdstone/James Steerforth Sarah Mitchell - Betsey Trotwood Jeff Moon - Wilkins Micawber/Doctor Strong P. J. Morgan - Rosa Dartle/Julia Mills Trisha Rose - Mrs Steerforth/Mrs Gummidge David Shears - Tommy Traddles/Mr Littimer David Stifel - Mr Dick/Mr Spenlow Audio edited by Rob Goll

Public Domain (P)2020 The Online Stage

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King Lear

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Shakespeare's King Lear ranks with Sophocles' Oedipus as a tragic hero destroyed by his own good intentions. From the moment when Lear unfolds his darker purpose, we are drawn into an ineluctable chain of events that leads through betrayal, deceit, destructive family conflict, reconciliation, despair, and death. Considered by many to be the most grueling of Shakespeare's tragedies - Samuel Johnson found the death of Cordelia too heartbreaking to contemplate - this play represents the work of a master dramatist at the height of his powers.

Public Domain (P)2016 Voices of Today

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The Power of Your Words

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I agree that I have what God says in his word that I have! If you lack anything, tend to be your own worst enemy, or fail to accomplish what you say you will do, then this book will show you how to:  Have strong faith Live in the positive Possess what you confess There is nothing that equals the power of your words!

©1984 E. W. Kenyon and Don Gossett (P)2021 Whitaker House

Narrator: Jeff Moon
Length: 4 hrs and 35 mins
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Demonic Gospels: The Truth About the Gnostic Gospels

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Learn how we got the books of the Bible. There were prophets who proved they were from God by performing miracles and making localized predictions with 100 percent accuracy. Their long range predictions were then recorded in the 66 books of the Bible. We can know this for a fact because over 50 of those long range prophecies have come to pass since the nation of Israel was reborn in AD 1948. The ancient church fathers teach the Gnostic gospels were demonically inspired. They contain no prophecy, and their teachings contradict the teachings of the prophetically proven word of God. In some cases, the church fathers record which cults wrote which gnostic books and why they are to be considered heresy. The demonic Gnostic gospels teach reincarnation, that there are multiple gods, and that humans are divine. They teach that the use of sorcery is imperative for salvation. The Bible clearly teaches that there is only one God. We do not have a spark of God in us, nor are we evolving into gods. It also teaches that the use of sorcery is a sin that will damn people to an eternal hell, and that everyone will die only once, physically resurrect, and be judged. The Gnostic gospels are summarized in their own chapters showing why these are truly demonic gospels! Brought to you by Biblefacts Ministries, www.biblefacts.org.

©2013 Ken Johnson (P)2019 Ken Johnson

Narrator: Jeff Moon
Author: Ken Johnson
Length: 2 hrs and 19 mins
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The Kybalion

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A must-listen for the progressive mind, The Kybalion: A Study of the Hermetic Philosophy of Ancient Egypt and Greece was originally published under the pen name, Three Initiates, in 1908. It claims to have been based on the philosophy of Hermeticism, which became influential to the development of the New Age of Thought in the early 1900s. It is very similar to the advice offered by the Book of Proverbs in the Bible. The book is devoted to exploring seven principles centered around mentalism, correspondence, vibration, polarity, rhythm, causation and effect, and gender. Hermeticism affirms a single theological thought present in all religious beliefs and granted by God in the beginning of time. It has influenced everything from modern Romanticism to liberal Christianity.

©2018 Bassett Publishing (P)2018 Bassett Publishing

Narrator: Jeff Moon
Length: 3 hrs and 28 mins
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Macbeth

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At the center of each of the four great Shakespearean tragedies - Hamlet, Macbeth, King Lear, and Othello - is a powerful figure who is led to destruction by a fatal character flaw. In the case of Macbeth it is ambition. Initially a valiant warrior and staunch servant of his regal overlord Duncan, Macbeth succumbs to the lure of absolute political domination, which leads to murder, revolt, and comprehensive defeat. Many scholars agree that Macbeth, which was first published in the First Folio of 1623, was probably written about 1606. It was intended to be highly laudatory to the recently crowned King James I, whose accession united the crowns of England and Scotland and who was considered to be a distant descendent of Banquo. The play also relates a number of contemporary issues, including witch trials and demonology, a subject in which King James had a great interest, and the Gunpowder plot of 1605. Cast Duncan, The Porter, Second Murderer, and Doctor - Phil Benson Malcolm - Jeff Moon Donalbain and Servant - Maureen Boutilier Macbeth - Bob Neufeld Third Witch and Lady Macbeth - Linda Barrans Banquo and the Apparitions - Denis Daly Sergeant and MacDuff - Brett Downey First Witch and Lady MacDuff - Cate Barratt Second Witch, MacDuff's Son and Gentlewoman - Libby Stephenson Lennox - Alan Weyman Ross and Menteith - Marty Krzy Angus, Third Murderer, a Lord, and Seyton - Andrew Coleman First Murderer, Caithness, and Soldier - Victor Bazarov Old Man and Siward - John Burlinson Fleance and Young Siward - Becca Maggie Messenger - Michele Eaton Stage directions read by Denis Daly

Public Domain (P)2016 The Online Stage

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North and South

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North and South follows the young Margaret Hale as she is caught in the middle of the brutal world between employers and local workers following the Industrial Revolution. She finds herself at odds from the very start with John Thornton, a local factory owner and self-made man, as she believes him to be unfeeling and callous about the poverty and suffering of the workers while John sees Margaret as haughty and entitled. Further conflicts arise when the workers strike and Margaret feels compelled to intervene with no regard for her own safety. Written in 1854, North and South is one of Gaskell's best-known novels and has been adapted for the screen three times. Cast: (selected roles) Trisha Rose - Narrator Amanda Friday - Margaret Hale Rob Goll - John Thornton David Stifel - Richard Hale Elizabeth Klett - Maria Hale Jeff Moon - Nicholas Higgins Shaina Summerville - Bessy Higgins Lillian Rachel - Dixon Sarah Mitchell - Hannah Thornton Mark Crowle-Groves - Frederick Hale Graham Scott - Mr Bell Tiffany Halla Colonna - Fanny Thornton Anna Grace - Edith Andy Harrington - Henry Lennox Craig Franklin - Captain Lennox Michelle Marie - Charlotte Ted Wenskus - Mr Colthurst Sara Morsey - Mrs Shaw Denis Daly - Mr Lowe Audio edited by Rob Goll Production copyright 2020 by The Online Stage.

©1954 Elizabeth Gaskell (P)2020 The Online Stage

Length: 20 hrs and 1 min
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Apostle Paul Speaks from Heaven: A Divine Revelation

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Imagine, if you will, having the opportunity to sit down with the Apostle Paul and ask him some questions over a meal or coffee. What kinds of questions would you ask? What would you want to know? In this audiobook, Matthew had the opportunity to have a heart-to-heart talk with Paul about several subjects. He collected some questions from two of his friends and added those to his own questions. Just some of the questions included: Was the recent movie of your life, The Apostle Paul, accurate? How did you cope with being in prison? What should people do if they can't understand your writings? What do you have to say about women preaching? Learn what Paul has to say as he answers 29 questions from Matthew Robert Payne and his friends. Listen to a fresh and relevant perspective from Paul.

©2018 Matthew Robert Payne (P)2018 Matthew Robert Payne

Narrator: Jeff Moon
Length: 2 hrs and 17 mins
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Quantum Physics Made Easy

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What in the world is Quantum Physics? Do black holes really exist? Are string theories made of...strings? What is the Schrödinger’s Cat? Let’s face the fact here, you are not a scientist nor a physician, and yet you are curious about those questions that you have been pondering about. 99.99 percent of the world’s mysteries are yet to be discovered and/or solved. Why not... It’s time for you to rediscover science? One of the most compelling draws of the sciences for many people is the potential of discovering something that was not known before. Whether someone’s doing it for fame, for fortune, or just for the fun of it, discovering something new, leaving your own personal mark for the rest of humanity’s time in the universe, is a tempting prospect for many. How would you feel about naming a star, and for others to know that you named it? That star would be visible in the sky for the rest of your lifetime, and more than likely for your great-great-great-grandchildren’s lifetimes. Your discovery would be immortalized above for the life of the star. Inside this audiobook you will discover: String theory and how it came about Black holes and quantum gravity If Schrödinger’s Cat is really a cat? Disagreements between Einstein and Bohr The double slit experiment Attention! Quantum Physics is not for everyone! This audiobook is not for people: Who doesn’t want to impress their girl with science Who are not curious about the universe Who isn’t inspired to name their own science theory If you are ready to learn about quantum physics, get this audiobook now!

©2019 Bluesource and Friends (P)2019 Bluesource and Friends

Narrator: Jeff Moon
Length: 1 hr and 10 mins
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Shadow of Love

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Anna: Finds herself in Abilene without money, or a place to go. Lucy hires Anna to clean her "boarding house," which Anna discovers later is not what it seems. She has only one other option when Lucy offers her a job working upstairs - accepting Billy's offer. Billy: Graduated from a seminary, but the church won't hire a single minister. He needs a wife, and he needs one quickly. He and Anna strike up an agreement. But - can they live within its confines? Clean and sweet Christian romance. All books in the Shadow series can be listened to as standalone. They revisit previous characters, but each story is different.

©2016 Barbara Goss (P)2017 Barbara Goss

Narrator: Jeff Moon
Author: Barbara Goss
Length: 3 hrs and 50 mins
Available on Audible
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Pygmalion

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Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw  Presented by The Online Stage  In the Greek legend, a sculptor, Pygmalion, created a statue of a woman so beautiful that he fell in love with it. Later the goddess Aphrodite responded to his earnest prayers and brought the statue, named Galatea, to life. Shaw's Pygmalion is a fussy unmarried professor of phonetics, Henry Higgins, who claims that he could train an uneducated person off the street to speak so that he or she could pass as a member of the aristocracy. His Galatea is Eliza Doolittle, who sells flowers at Covent Garden and whose father is a dissipated but cunning vagrant. Higgins finds Eliza a surprisingly apt pupil, but with her new found skill in elocution comes a streak of independence, which threatens to upset the complacent harmony of his domestic life. Like many of Shaw's plays, Pygmalion includes a preface, as well as an afterword in which Shaw relates the further history of Eliza as she learns how to incorporate her training by Higgins into her new lifestyle.  Cast: Narrator: Grace Garrett  Eliza Dolittle: Arielle Lipshaw   Henry Higgins: Jeff Moon   Colonel Pickering: Denis Daly  Clara Eynsford-Hill: Amanda Friday  Mrs. Eynsford-Hill and Mrs Pearce: Sara Morsey   Bystander and Mrs. Higgins: Sarah Mitchell   Sarcastic Bystander and Alfred Dolittle: Alan Weyman   Parlour-Maid: Sarah Bacaller   Freddy Eynsford-Hill: Mark Crowle-Groves  Audio edited by Denis Daly

Public Domain (P)2018 The Online Stage

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Why Revival Tarries

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For decades, many prophetic words have been released, promising revival to the world. Some of these declarations even include numbers, such as “the billion-soul revival.” Most Christians firmly believe that these prophecies are accurate, so they sit back and wait for the coming revival, praying that it will happen soon. But what if we need to do much more than just wait and pray?

In Why Revival Tarries, Matthew Robert Payne addresses possible reasons for the delay of the coming revival. But rest assured, you will be surprised at the reasons he lists. Hint: This delay has nothing to do with the unsaved.

After listing some of these reasons, this powerful and convicting book wraps up with a word from Jesus and a word from God the Father for the listener. So fasten your seat belt and hang on tight! Prepare for a wild ride and enjoy the journey!

©2019 Matthew Robert Payne (P)2019 Matthew Robert Payne

Narrator: Jeff Moon
Length: 2 hrs
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Coffee and Repartee

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Have you ever had a roommate who was a complete Idiot? The gentlemen in Mrs. Smithers' boarding house have that problem, but what really annoys them is that no matter what subject they discuss, the Idiot always seems to get the better of them! Time after time, their intellectual arguments are dismantled by this man who is a lot smarter than he seems. This comedic collection of short vignettes is the first in "The Idiot" series by John Kendrick Bangs, a popular author and satirist, and was first published in 1893.

Public Domain (P)2017 Jeff Moon

Narrator: Jeff Moon
Length: 1 hr and 40 mins
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Down with My Demons

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A radio play by Josh Bourne  Presented by Voices of Today  Ten years after a tragic incident on the lake, an AA meeting in a small, religious town in the deep south of the USA descends into bitterness and chaos when a flood hits. Trapped within the local church, tempers escalate and well-buried secrets begin to emerge. Personalities clash, reputations are dissected and questioned, and everybody's demons are laid bare.  Cast: Vincent - Andy Harrington  Pastor Talbot - Jeff Moon  Samuel - John Burlinson  Delilah - Amanda Friday  Jael - Lee Ann Howlett  Audio edited by Leanne Yau

©2019 Josh Bourne (P)2019 Josh Bourne

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Toronto

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p> Cities, Sights &Amp; Other Places You Need to Visit Welcome to Canada, home to the famous Niagara Falls, the beautiful Hopewell Rocks and many other scenic, natural attractions you can't find anywhere else in the world. For all its natural beauty, its peoples are just as remarkable and interesting. Let's get to know a bit about Canada and its people. Canada is by size, the largest country in North America and second in overall in the world behind Russia. It is renowned worldwide for its vast, untouched wilderness, its blend of cultures, and multifaceted history. Canada is one of the world's wealthiest countries and a major tourist destination. In this audiobook, you will find all the information you're looking for about: The Country, The People & Traditions Getting There Sights National Food and Drinks And so much more! When you download Toronto: Cities, Sights & Other Places You Need To Visit you will be well prepared to visit the country of your dreams! Buy this audiobook today!

©2017 Writing Souls' Travel Guides (P)2017 Writing Souls' Travel Guides

Narrator: Jeff Moon
Length: 1 hr and 27 mins
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The Idiot

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No matter how hard they try, the men of Mrs. Smithers-Pedagog's boarding house cannot seem to get the better of the man they (rather impolitely) call "the Idiot." Whether the subject is religion, history, or economics, the Idiot always ties their arguments into knots. The second installment of John Kendrick Bangs "Idiot" series is sure to delight and entertain.

Public Domain (P)2018 Jeff Moon

Narrator: Jeff Moon
Length: 2 hrs and 3 mins
Available on Audible