Audio Books

The following titles by Jamie Buckingham are currently available as audio books from Audible.com. Click on the titles below for details to order.

The Journey to Spiritual Maturity workbook

In this 13-part Bible study, Jamie Buckingham takes you on a spectacular trip through the Sinai Desert retracing the footsteps of Moses. In this series, you will go where Moses and the children of Israel went, see what they saw, and stop where they stopped. All along the way, Jamie teaches the particular lessons learned as you take your own journey to spiritual maturity.

Risky Living

The title says it all. This is Jamie Buckingham’s testimony in which he begins with the premise that there is much more to our Christian experience than what first meets the eye. Our lives are like placid lakes which are, however, deeply polluted. We have customarily pushed the pain of unhappy experiences beneath the surface where it stays quite alive in the subconscious mind. Thus it is that, at conversion, the Holy Spirit may make some dramatic-looking changes in our lives, but the bulk of our sin remains, largely untouched, hidden beneath the surface. If, however, we continue to follow Jesus, choosing his way instead of our own, the Holy Spirit will lead us to people and circumstances that will bring our sin to the surface where it can be confessed and forgiven.

 The Truth Will Set You Free . . . But First It Will Make You Miserable

Buckingham, renowned storyteller and master satirist, goes behind the scenes to name names and talk about hilarious incidents in his life, and the lives of others close to him. No one escapes his pointed pen. The big shots, the unknowns, his wife, his kids, his mother, friend and foe — all are targets of his humor. He even pokes fun at himself — his weight, his balding head, and his often fumbling methods to represent God.

In this collection you will read the stories of what happened when he baptized a fat woman; when he thought his washing-machine had a demon; when he walked behind the horse who had just be given five gallons of laxative; and his ongoing battles with tomatoes and people who wear toupees. TV preachers, the rapture, prophetic “words” — nothing is sacred in this book.

A funny, wise, and otherwise hilarious ride through the life and times of Jamie Buckingham.

 

Armed for Spiritual Warfare

Christians are under attack from a deadly but invisible enemy. God has given us orders to be armed for battle in spiritual warfare.

As we are witnessing in the world today, Satan has mounted a massive attack against Christians and the church. As a result there is a great resurgence of interest in spiritual warfare. Christians of all persuasions must realize they do not have to be pushed around by the devil. Jesus Christ has given us authority — not only to cast out demons, but to bash in the gates of hell.

In this book, Jamie Buckingham will walk you through each piece of the armor of God and demonstrate how to have victory in your life over the forces of evil that come to rob you of your God-given inheritance of hope and joy.

 

Where Eagles Soar

Have you ever watched an eagle soar? Picture one now, gliding motionless on the thermal winds, far above the gusts that whip the surface of the earth. His movement is most graceful when he yields to the flow of the currents and lets them carry him.

That’s the way it is with Christians, says Jamie Buckingham, when we relinquish our lives to the movement of God’s Spirit. With biblical examples like Moses, Joshua, and David, and with graphic testimony of his own experiences, Jamie Buckingham shows the consequence of resisting God’s presence in the innermost recesses of our lives . . . and the almost indescribable changes that come when we yield to Him.

Here is a book that shows you how your life with Christ can move beyond just being a memory of a salvation experience. If you let Him, God can and will lift you from your present existence and start you on a venture Where Eagles Soar.

Jesus World (coming next)

Have you ever wondered what Disney World would be like if it were centered on Jesus instead of cartoon characters? Would it be a good thing? Or would there just be as much fantasy as any other theme park run by robotics and remote controls? Is it OK to make Jesus and his message more “entertaining” if people are converted in the process?  Or is it better to simply follow the pattern of his life and his lifestyle, and make not just converts, but true disciples?

Jesus World, a novel, is a fictional study of the differences between high profile Christianity, riddled with compromise yet justified by countless conversions, and simple Jesus-like discipleship. Can both exist side-by-side? Or will one overtake the other, in the name of God?

Jesus World asks the basic question: Can man really improve on the ways of Jesus?