This podcast is an absolute gem; Derek Prince is a scintillating intellect, combined with genuine spirit-lead insights. A treasure.
BUT I do not log onto iTunes on a daily, or even weekly basis, so I've missed some episodes that I dearly wanted to hear. If you're going to go to all the trouble of putting the episodes on iTunes, why not make them either permanently available, or available for at least a month or so? What's the point of putting them on for a few days and then taking them off again?
All of Christianity has turned itself into a business, instead of freely giving and trusting to God to provide. It's one of the primary reasons non-believers don't take Christians seriously; it's obvious that the "sermons" are money-based and people are more than tired of profit-driven preaching. Every "ministry" should make their "sermons" and "teachings" free of charge. The end result might be less income for the ministry, but more people brought to God. And if you really believe in God's word, He will provide for you. I don't think there is a single instance in the New Testament where Jesus asked for money in order to get his wisdom, or his healing touch. Instead, He freely gave to all who came; He even provided for His followers by creating food. Do you (entire Christian community) not think that God will honor you and not let you go hungry if you stop charging money for God's wisdom? Do you think He will let a ministry that is doing good work to fail?
Also, the segments are a little over-produced. Derek Prince is the attraction, not conversation about how nice his sermons and teachings are. The endless music, introductory conversation, interruptions for more conversation all gets a little old.
But I do thank you from the bottom of my heart for making this available. He is a gem, and I had never heard of him before. I hope to learn from him for many years to come.