41 episodes

Forgotten is a brief audio journey through historic happenings of the Christian faith. Each episode recounts the acts of God's supernatural hand in the events of man or the testimony of extraordinary sacrifice of devoted followers of Jesus Christ. The effort of this broadcast is to strengthen our faith in God and resolve our hearts to trust Him no matter what. The reason for telling these stories is that we may not forget. Let us not be accused of forgetting our God: ...yet my people have forgotten me... (Jeremiah 2:32)

Forgotten Ronnie Brown

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9, 84 Ratings

Forgotten is a brief audio journey through historic happenings of the Christian faith. Each episode recounts the acts of God's supernatural hand in the events of man or the testimony of extraordinary sacrifice of devoted followers of Jesus Christ. The effort of this broadcast is to strengthen our faith in God and resolve our hearts to trust Him no matter what. The reason for telling these stories is that we may not forget. Let us not be accused of forgetting our God: ...yet my people have forgotten me... (Jeremiah 2:32)

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
84 Ratings

84 Ratings

WTMitchell13 ,

Best podcast ever!!

This is the best podcast I have ever listened to! I would recommend anyone to listen , once you start you can’t stop!

benjot ,

No one tells a story like Ronnie Brown

My Pastor, a man who cares for my soul, told me to check out the Forgotten podcast. Now I, a man who cares for your soul, recommend you listen to forgotten. From tales of revival, lives of the martyrs, and stories of great hymns of the faith, every story will hold you.

Ronnie Brown is a great stroy teller, and he does a tremendous job of drawing you in to his dramatic retelling of some of the greatest stories of faith since the book of Acts.

Men and women who stood in faith against all odds have their lives remembered, and Ronnie brings to light the truth that is demonstrated by their lives and sacrifices.

You will cry.

Thanks Ronnie!

Benjamin Snow ,

Ronnie Brown where are you?

This is the best podcast we’ve ever listened to. Ken Fielder introduced us and our 5 children to this and we absolutely love it!!!

Hope you post more soon!

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