These tapes were recorded long before we had computers, ipads, cell phones etc. They have been stored
since then and were never used (except as noted above) that we know of. There are probably 500 tapes more or less;
too many to make it practical to include all of them. Therefore, only a sample for each speaker has been added.
Unfortunately, many tapes were stolen when we had a robbery several years ago and many sermons were lost.
These tapes were recorded on low price, generic tapes so long ago but most of them are still in good shape
and have been successfully converted. Some of the recordings do not have the best sound and and have unwanted noise,
but with computer software, sound has been increased and "noise" removed with some success.
Sometimes the tape is not started until after the sermon has started and sometimes the
speaker runs over the minutes that will fit on the tape. Either way some of the sermon is not recorded.
There are other times when the tape is started 1 to 3 minutes before the speaker begins to speak.
This made it necessary to remove that unused front end which leaves less time for the entire sermon to be completed.
The sound sometimes fades when the preacher walks away from the microphone.
The objective in doing this is not only to make these sermons available to anyone who wants to listen to them but to provide
gospel teaching to anyone who might be converted by listening to them.