Instructions for using this site
- Purpose of this website
- Registering an Account
- Signing in to your Account
- Downloading Sermon Digital Audio files
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This site allows people to download digital audio files of sermons recorded at Fair Havens Ministries. Sermons are available for free, but an account must be registered in order to access and download the sermons.
When you begin using this site for the first time, you must register a new account. Your account is based on your email address and a password that you create. Your password can be whatever you want, but it must be at a minimum of 4 characters long. It is recommended that you use a longer password with a combination of letters, numbers and symbols.
To sign in, you enter the email address you provided when you registered, as well as the password you created. You can also check the "Remember Me?" box if you don't want to sign in every time you visit the site.
If you forget what your password is, click on the "Forgot Password" link. This takes you to a page where you enter the email address you use to sign in to the website. When you click on "Send Password Reset Email", an email containing instructions for resetting your password will be sent to the email address you provided.
From within your account, you can click on "My Sermons" on the menu. This page will display a list of all of the full series and individual sermons that are available. Clicking on a series or sermon will show you details about it, and will also present you with a "Download" button for each sermon that is available.
Clicking the "Download" button will save the sermon's digital audio file (in MP3 format) to your computer.
Sermon's that are not yet available for download (i.e. they haven't been recorded yet) will display a "Not available yet" button instead of the "Download" button. You can be notified by email when the sermon becomes available for you to download.