It has only been a matter of time till apostle James Malm started preaching. The odd thing with Malm is that his personality cult has already suffered a split and he hasn't even started preaching yet! That bad bump in Malm's rise to power is minor compared to the incredibility horrid situation the world is in right now. Satan is running around like a roaring lion seeking to destroy the true Church of God and Malm is out to set things straight!
Like non-ordained self-appointed prophet Thiel, apostle Malm is prerecording sermons the scattered brethren and for his first Feast site.
Malm writes today:
ANNOUCEMENTS: Because of the situation in the world and in the various COG Groups, the time has come to ramp up this work to the next level.
I have now begun to post audio talks at a special new Podcasting site. I hope to begin adding new talks on a weekly basis
I have started a free podcast site on which to load audio sermons. Once I successfully test out this site and podcast host, I intend to upgrade to a paid site; allowing for as many audios as I can make, and the removal of the Google advertising.
By using this podcast host, they will take care of all technical issues and will provide unlimited bandwidth for as many listeners as come. They will also post the podcasts on iTunes and other podcasting venues.
I am also planning to record the sermons at the Feast for publication, and right now I am working on a list of subjects for the Feast and another list for the podcast sermons to avoid duplication.
I am not a trained speaker so my first effort could benefit from considerable improvement, but I believe the content is most important at this time. The delivery will improve with a little practice.
Link: Unity, Tolerance and Doctrine This talk is 49 minutes long. I had 15 pages of notes for this talk and only got through half of them; so there will definitely be a part 2 and possibly a part 3 on the same subject. I can see that my first effort was burdened by going too fast and trying to cover too much, and my voice was affected since I am not used to this. I was in too big a rush; the next talks will be a little slower with better diction.