Since Derek Prince has passed away, are his works still covered by copyright?

Yes. Any book in print by a publishing house is bound by copyright restrictions due to contractual agreement. Written permission must be obtained from the publisher for photocopying or use in other publications (except within “Fair Use” guidelines). See the copyright page for contact information. For CD, DVD, MP3 materials or Derek’s teaching letters, it has consistently been the policy of Derek Prince Ministries to allow individuals to make copies for giving away.

Can I translate Derek Prince’s Bible teaching into my own language?

Contact your nearest office to find out the procedure for new translation and publishing.

Where can I buy non-English books?

Derek Prince's Bible teaching is available in many languages in format. You could even use these materials for outreach in your city. Visit our webshop or contact your nearest office for details.

Do you hold conferences?

Conferences are held in some countries. Although not all offices hold conferences of their own, We do participate in those organized by the local churches and ministries.

What are mp3s and why are they lots cheaper than a CD or DVD?

An MP3 has no physical product as such, but is simply a digital audio file, that can be downloaded and transferred onto mp3 players or other devices. This is the reason that the MP3 versions of Derek Prince’s messages are so much cheaper than the CD or DVD equivalent – because the overheads involved in producing a file, are so much less, than those required for producing a CD or DVD message or series.

An MP3 player gets it name from the MP3 files that you store on it. Just as DOC is a type of computer file used by the Microsoft Word word-processing program, and PDF is another type of file for storing printable documents, so MP3 is a particular file type used for storing audio. Think of MP3s as computer files and an MP3 player as a special type of computer, dedicated to playing back sounds stored in coded format inside those files.

 

How do I download mp3 audio files onto my iPad or iPhone?

1. On your iPhone or iPad, go to Safari and open the file you are trying to download.
2. Tap on the Share button, which will bring up the Share sheet.
3. Select “Save to Dropbox.”
4. Now tap the Save button, or choose a different folder where to save the file, then tap Save.

How do I access zip files?

On your iPhone or iPad open up Safari or your email to find the zip file you want to open. Keep in mind that depending on what is in the file you may need another app to open it.

Tap on the Zip file to download it.

When prompted tap on Open In, in the upper left corner of the screen.

Accessing zip files with the files app (iOS11 or above)

The Files app, added in iOS 11, supports zip files. You can open them, see their contents, and extract files without any third-party apps. When you download a zip file in Safari, your iPhone or iPad will offer to open it in the Files app. Tap “Open in Files” to do so. You can also save zip files to the Files app from other applications.

Downloading and unzipping a zip file on your iPhone/iPad (iOS10 or below)

There are a couple of applications in the App Store, which are equipped to handle zip files: iZip being one, and WinZip being another. Both are fairly similar in design and function and both will handle local zip files for free. Regardless of the app you use, if you don’t want to pay for the full versions, you will need to first export your zip file to your iOS device and then use the free zip app to handle the file.

When you use the free version of WinZip, first select the zip file from the cloud app first, then click the “Share” button. From the Share menu, select “Open in…” to show a list of apps that can handle this type of file. Next, choose a free zip app. WinZip or iZip will work equally well for this purpose. The archive now open, you can view its contents such as when viewing an attachment. If you want to actually open a file, you need to again tap the “Share” icon and then choose the appropriate app from the “Open in…” menu selections.

If the above guide is just too many steps, then you can purchase full versions of either zip app and plug your cloud service right into it, among many other features. WinZip Full Version, for example, has support for Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, and iCloud while iZip Pro has support for iCloud, Dropbox, Box, and Google Drive.

You have a few options from here. You can tap the arrow next to the zip file and send it as a link, copy the link (and then paste it into a message), AirDrop it to another iOS device or a Mac, or you can actually extract (unzip) the file’s contents.

If you unzip a file, you can unzip it in the parent folder or create a new folder. Regardless of how you handle zip files, if you actually want to open their contents, you will still need the correct app to handle it.