The Grace Abounding Speaking Ministry features the preaching of Bro. Gables and is directed to the interests of pastors, elders, deacons, churches, schools, and lay leaders. Bro. Gables is available on a limited scale, and as his health allows, for pulpit supply and conference speaking upon requests from Pastors and churches. Please see the GABM BLOG for announcements and updates to his speaking schedule.
Bro. Gables believes in both the inerrancy and authority of the Bible in all areas of faith and practice. He has been afforded the privilege of speaking in nearly every type of setting in which the Word is proclaimed. This ministry focuses on four areas; pulpit supply for churches, Bible conferences, youth and family camps, and home Bible studies.
SermonAudio Website Ministry. Bro. Gables started recording his sermons around 43 years ago. These are now ministering to people over and over again throughout the English speaking world. As of the end of 2016, Bro. Gables has 2,379 sermons being broadcast online.
These sermons can be accessed, listened to, and/or downloaded:
Since starting this phase of the ministry in 2005, there have been a total of 196,630 downloads as of the end of 2016. In the last three months of 2016 there were 10,485 downloads which was due to the featured sermon, “The Invisible Warfare.” To date, that sermon alone has been downloaded over 2,200 times and was designated by SermonAudio as the fifth most downloaded featured sermon in the first 48 hours of broadcasting.
Here are some interesting facts gleaned from the 2016 monthly reports from SermonAudio. The countries with the most consistent downloads are, South Africa-2175 over 5 months, Germany-1214 over 12 months, United Kingdom-831 over 12 months, Canada-719 over 12 months, Mauritius Islands-674 over 2 months, Australia-383 over 12 months.
Also regarding the internet, in an effort to reach an additional listening audience, there is now a web page for Grace Abounding Bible Ministries on Facebook.
Preach the Word; be ready in season and out of season, reprove, rebuke,
exhort, with great patience and instruction. -- 2 Timothy 4:2