Would you like to “re-capture the essence and the delights of hearing stories”? (Baskin, B., & Harris, K, 1995, “Heard any good books lately? The case for audiobooks in the secondary classroom” in Journal of Reading)
You can by listening to them!
Today–which dawns beautifully bright and sunny after two days of almost straight rain!–I will listen to the Sunday School readings (1 Samuel 18-20, 23, 24) read by the awesome Alexander Scourby.
The audio version King James Version of the Bible read by Alexander Scourby is available to download from lds.org.
Scourby’s work was originally commissioned and recorded in the 1950s for the American Foundation for the Blind.
The audio from other gospel study materials–including Jesus the Christ, The Ensign, Daughters in my Kingdom, Preach my Gospel and more–can be downloaded here. You can also listen to all of them on your iPad through the LDS Gospel Library app!
What beautiful riches!
What About You?
Which scriptures or gospel study materials are you listening to today? Leave a comment below!
Check back in this evening for a visual quote and update on how my study affected my day.