Jonathan Park vol 1 free for all, plus a $50 giveaway!

edited to change expiration date on coupon: good thru Saturday.

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Don't miss the $50.00 Behemoth.com Giveaway at the bottom of this post

Today through Friday Saturday, anyone with a Behemoth.com account can download the entire first volume of Jonathan Park!  That’s 12 full episodes!

If you haven’t experienced Jonathan Park yet, you’re in for a treat.  This is one our very favorite Vision Forum products.  Jonathan Park is an exciting, dramatic old-timey radio program in which a boy encounters one adventure after another, always learning new things about creation science.  Everyone will learn something new, and even the adults we know enjoy the stories and learn plenty of new proofs against evolution.

Each Jonathan Park album contains 4 CDs and retails for $25 on the Vision Forum site.  The complete album as a download at Behemoth.com usually costs $17.95, but this week only you can get it for free with this coupon code:

Jonathan Park vol. 1 coupon code: JONATHANPARK

That’s easy to remember, right?  Just go to Behemoth.com and  create an account, you will need to enter a credit card number (just like iTunes), but you won’t be charged. Once your account is created and you have logged in, follow these instructions exactly:

  1. Click on the “cart” link in the top right corner
  2. On the cart page you will see a field on the right underneath the “Redeem a Coupon” Heading
  3. Enter the code “jonathanpark” – without the quotes
  4. Enjoy the FREE Jonathan Park downloads that have appeared in your cart
  5. 🙂 Smile because free is good. 😀

This offer is NOT limited to new accounts so if you already have a Behemoth.com account login and enjoy.

While you’re there, check out the DAILY freebies on the front page.  These are complete downloads of messages that might already be on your Vision Forum wishlist.  You have to be quick to catch them, so bookmark it and check back often!

You’re welcome.  🙂

PS. Please be patient when you try to download.  Due the extreme popularity of this giveaway, the Behemoth servers are under a heavy load.  If you have trouble downloading you might want to try again in a few hours.  Don’t worry – if you haven’t downloaded it, it will stay in your cart indefinitely.

NOTE: Because of copyright laws behemoth.com is a store that is only available to customers with a US credit card and a US billing address. No international cards or addresses will work.

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GIVEAWAY

Blog about the Jonathan Park coupon above , and this $50 dollar contest and come back to leave a link to your post, and you will be entered in a giveaway for $50 in free downloads from Behemoth.com!

If you’re not sure where to start, we recommend The Widow’s Might.  It was the $101,000 grand prize winner at the San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival, and is an incredibly well done film!  The soundtrack is a close second.  We’re frugal people, but the soundtrack was so good that our children pooled their funds to buy the soundtrack themselves.  It really is that good.  You can click on any of the tracks to hear a brief sample.

Jamie Soles music

Slow down and read: there’s a free full download here for any and all!

Another item on the list of Things We Love is any music by Jamie Soles.  He is a husband, a father of 8, and a musician with a great talent for putting God’s Word to music.  Our children have nearly memorized all of his songs and I’m astonished daily at what they’ve learned.  They are unbeatable in Bible games and they usually win by quoting the lyrics from a Jamie Soles song.  Can you name Hosea’s 3 children and tell what each of their names means?  Do you remember what Jacob asked his children to promise?  Do you know what Abiram did?  My 10yo can answer all of those questions and many more.  Check out his website and visit the individual album pages for tasty samples of all his work.

Mr. Soles has generously given us permission to share one of his songs in its entirety.  I talked to the younger girls and they chose “Up From Here” as a favorite.  It’s the title track from the Up From Here album, which has an amazing variety of sounds, from humorous to somber and everything in between.

Free download:

Click to download the song Up From Here, then visit Jamie’s contact page to tell him thank you!

I was very excited to receive news that he is now taking orders for his newest album, Pure Words.   Here’s what he has to say about his latest.  I tried to shorten it, but it’s really worth reading the entire thing to get a glimpse of Jamie’s motivation:

Pure Words is a collection of songs from the early Psalms…It seems to me that the Church should be singing the Psalms, her ancient songbook. In a number of places in the New Testament the psalms are spoken of or quoted as though they had been uttered by the Messiah. If this is the case, and I believe it is, and if the believer’s task in life is to grow more into the image of Jesus, then mastering the Psalms would be a wise way to learn the mind of Christ. Do you want to be like Jesus? Well, here is a treasure trove of the way that Jesus thinks and expresses Himself in song. Learn to sing them well. Jesus is pleased when His people know how He thinks.

Most of these songs are taken word for word from the ESV Bible. I have taken artistic license in a few places, particularly in older songs, but I have found that the ESV makes doing so unnecessary. There is something very musical about this translation, something which accommodates it to contemporary song without need of revision. This is a very good thing, because today’s churches need to be singing the Psalms, and doing so in a fashion which makes sense to the modern ear.

To the Church of Jesus Christ the King; may these songs be useful for you, and helpful in your pursuit of Him.

We took a poll and below are more favorites in our house.  You can click the song title to play the free sample or visit Jamie’s online store to buy any song instantly for $1.75.  Click the album title to see the complete lyrics:

To learn more about Jamie Soles and his music, tune in for his interview on Kevin Swanson’s radio program on August 14.  Did you miss it?  Don’t worry; you can listen to previous programs.