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Best Pastor John Miller podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
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Updated July 2020
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John Wesley Methodist Church exist to be an irresistible church that unapologetically connects you, your next-door neighbors and the next generation to Jesus. Being connected to Jesus leads to a life of purpose, a growing relationship with God, and becoming an activated world-changer.
 
Kent Philpott, MDiv, ThD, has been pastor of Miller Avenue Baptist Church in Mill Valley, CA since 1986 and has presented half-hour Bible exposition sermons on TV since 1984. The series on the Book of Acts is expository preaching—verse by verse, looking at some of the hard issues. The series on Why We Are Christians is a conversational interview format wherein stories are told of coming to faith in Jesus Christ.
 
On Theology in the Raw, Preston takes a fresh look at what the Bible really says, as he challenges opinions and traditions--yes, even his own. Homosexuality, sex, porn, drinking, immigration, racial tensions, violence, ISIS, Trump, guns, patriotism, you name it. If it's of interest, you can expect Preston to address it. Think of it as theology for the rest of us. If you have any questions you'd like him to address on the show, email them to chris@prestonsprinkle.com. Hate mail and tirades wi ...
 
When it comes to work what is your Big Why? If you didn't need the money, would you keep your current job? Beyond the Check: Work, Life & Meaning, features a broad array of business people sharing insights about how their spirituality influences their career. Bay Area based host John Weems has spent more than half of his career in the business world and the other half in full time spiritual guidance as a pastor. John and his guests embrace diverse views.
 
Welcome to the Ferment Podcast - Conversations about Worship and Transformation. In this wide ranging podcast our host Adam Russell sits down with thought leaders, creatives, entrepreneurs, and other innovators digging into their personal stories of spiritual transformation. Current roster of guests include John Mark McMillan, Audrey Assad, David Ruis, James Duke, Carol Wimber-Wong, and many others.
 
Lucas Miles is a prominent pastor, author, and filmmaker. With nearly 20 years of ministry experience, Lucas is no stranger to conversations about faith. His debut book, Good God: The One We Want To Believe In But Are Afraid To Embrace, breaks down commonly held misconceptions about God and invites readers to experience a loving Father who is better than we could ever imagine. Good God was featured on virtually every major Christian media outlet and can be found in bookstores nationwide. As ...
 
You’ve got questions about sacred music? Here’s your chance to learn what the Church teaches and envisions for music in the sacred liturgy. Welcome to Square Notes: The Sacred Music Podcast with your hosts Peter Carter and Dr. Jennifer Donelson. We address topics of interest both to priests and liturgical musicians, as well as a general audience of Catholics interested in learning more about the Catholic Church’s teachings and treasury of sacred music. Our topics range from discussion of Chu ...
 
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Lore (pronounced Lor-ee) Ferguson Wilbert just released her provocative book Handle With Care: How Jesus Redeems the Power of Touch in Life and Ministry. And it addresses lots of questions that are on peoples’ minds these days—especially men. Can I hug a woman? Side hug or full frontal? Is “the Billy Graham Rule” a good thing or an insulting thing—…
 
Listen in on a sermon given last summer at Silverstream Priory in County Meath, Ireland, by the founding prior of the priory, Dom Mark Kirby, OSB, a priest-monk and musician. Check out the Priory's website at https://www.cenacleosb.org. As we conclude season 2, we'd like to thank you for listening! Please consider taking a moment to rate us on iTun…
 
As we take our mid-season break for the month of July, we have hand-picked some of our favorite episodes from season one! We'll be releasing these curated archive episodes on Mondays and Thursdays. We’ll be back with brand new episodes on Monday, August 3rd! Tina Colón Williams is an accomplished vocalist, immigration attorney, and worship pastor. …
 
There is one faith that all believers share, and in his message today, Pastor John will tell you about it. It’s the faith that we all live for – it’s faith in the salvation that only Jesus brings. That hope – that truth that we cling to – is what gets you through the toughest days. It’s that glimmer of light when all else seems too dark. If you’re …
 
Pastor John will talk today about the last days, a time when people will do what seems right in their own eyes. At that point, they won’t be interested in the truth. They may want to look like they’re following Jesus by going to church or reading their Bible, but they aren’t searching for the truth. They’ll be seeking the passages that make them fe…
 
As we take our mid-season break for the month of July, we have hand-picked some of our favorite episodes from season one! We'll be releasing these curated archive episodes on Mondays and Thursdays. We’ll be back with brand new episodes on Monday, August 3rd! Jared Boyd is a pastor, spiritual director, and founder of The Order of Sustainable Faith, …
 
This should be reassuring for you today – Pastor John will be teaching from God’s Word! Sound biblical teaching is his goal with every message he shares, and today he’ll urge you to find a church with the same philosophy. Every Pastor who teaches a congregation needs to be teaching from the Bible! Pastor John will also share that you need to be lea…
 
The largest recording project in history is coming to life in an excellent new app for sacred musicians and those wishing to learn to pray and sing Gregorian chant in the Mass and Divine Office. In this episode we dive into the story of the monastery, the singing of the nuns at Notre Dame de Fidélité in Jouques, France, their sister monastery in Bé…
 
Is there an opportunity for improvement in your parish music program? Has there been a change in personnel, circumstances, or resources that makes growth possible? Perhaps the COVID-19 pandemic has presented possibilities for progress. Maybe you are looking at how to introduce the proper chants into a parish Mass, improve the hymnody used, or build…
 
Pastor Jerel Hagerman is very wise with regard to training and releasing future pastors and leaders. A primary ministry goal of Jerel's has always been to raise future leaders up ... only in the Word of God, but also in practical application to actively prepare them for their own ministries. To this end, he started a Bible College on the church cam…
 
If you’re a Christian, you believe that your only hope of salvation is Jesus. You’ve given your sins to Him and allowed His sacrifice to wipe your slate clean. You believe that the Bible is God’s Word, but you don’t put your hope of salvation IN the Bible. Pastor John reminds you in his message today that this is an important distinction to make! Y…
 
Becket’s story is absolutely incredible. He has one of those stories you hear from a distance and think, “this can’t be true.” But it is. Jesus is real and he is that powerful. Becket has an amazing story and he also has an amazing passion for an amazing savior. Becket shares his story in this podcast; he and Preston also dig into what it means to …
 
Who are you letting influence your life? Today Pastor John will challenge you to think about what messages you’re listening to. What Pastors are you learning from, and who in your life do you look to for advice and encouragement? Pastor John will urge you to test those voices against Scripture and make sure speak God’s truth, no matter how hard it …
 
This episode is part of our new series, Black Voices In The Vineyard, which features interviews with Black leaders from around the Vineyard movement. Kim McNeal and her husband have lived in Raleigh, NC for over 20 years, but they are proud natives of the “City of Brotherly Love,” Philadelphia, PA (#goeagles). Presently, Kim works as financial lite…
 
What is going on with our nation right now? How should you respond? How should the church respond? In this month’s Pastor Podcast, we sit down with pastor Marty and a few special guests, to talk about racism and the church. It’s an important issue and we all need to be listening, learning and standing up for justice and truth. We pray this encourag…
 
Many people say that they’re Christian. They can talk about the Bible and probably quote verses. But if you look at their lives, it just doesn’t add up! In today’s message, Pastor John will warn you to stay away from these people! They’re dangerous as long as they’re choosing to follow the world instead of the Word. Your actions, if you’re truly a …
 
Each picture of what a Pastor should be reveals a new aspect of the job. As Pastor John will share in today’s message, they all share a common theme – hard work. And Pastor John will tell you today that these roles aren’t limited to a Pastor. They apply to YOU too. God calls you to be a vessel to share the Gospel. He asks you to work hard at helpin…
 
The world, that is, those people who are not chosen or born again by the power of the Holy Spirit, these will and must hate both Jesus and those who follow Him. And at the same time, followers of Jesus are to bear witness to and about Jesus. The world will love its own, but since Christians are not of this world, they will be hated by the world. Wh…
 
Longtime missionary church planter Ed Compean (currently senior pastor of Shoreline Calvary Chapel in Morro Bay, CA) has a perspective on water baptism, its meaning and importance that we in the West need to hear. Listen in as Ed shares with us what water baptism means ... not only Biblically, but in other world cultures. Per Ed's suggestion, progr…
 
When you accept Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross as your only hope for salvation, you get new life. You get forgiveness of sins. You get joy that you could have never anticipated. And Pastor John reminds you today that there’s more where that came from! Jesus is offering you everything when He gives you His grace. He's also giving you a promise, an en…
 
A “vine” has long been a symbol of the Messiah for the nation of Israel, both in the Hebrew Bible and for Judaism to this day. Vine images have appeared on Jewish coinage and also by the door of the Holy Place was a golden vine. Here now is the 7th “I Am” saying of Jesus. Jesus is the “true” vine, and the Father is the vinedresser, thus the one who…
 
"We all have to learn to trust God." That’s what Arlene Rollins said in our conversation last week. Not only has Arlene been a faithful member of John Wesley since the late '70s, but she also serves on the JW staff. In this interview, we get to know her a little bit more. We love Arlene around here and hope you are encouraged in your faith through …
 
Spencer is a longtime friend, former boss, and the president of Eternity Bible College. We first met way back in Seminary nearly 20 years ago and have been friends ever since. Spencer is known for his towering height, shiny head, inability to be outwitted, but most of all for his imaginative and integrative approach to Christian education. In this …
 
The theme of guarding against false teaching surfaces again in Pastor John’s message today! The Apostle Paul will be challenging Timothy to teach the Bible correctly and will be naming some people who have not been adhering to that standard. Pastor John will be warning you today to heed the Apostle Paul’s words, too – don’t allow someone to lead yo…
 
Today we have another edition of our “conversations” series with Adam & Heather Russell. 2020 has been a wild year to say the least. On today's episode Adam and Heather provide some helpful pastoral reflection after the first six months of this crazy year.By The Ferment Podcast
 
There’s a part you play in this walk of faith! Pastor John will explain today that following Jesus is something that you need to participate in – Jesus isn’t going to do it all for you! He has saved you from sin, and now you have the chance to live a new life that glorifies Him! But you can’t just sit around and expect Him to lift the load. You nee…
 
The passage begins by Jesus saying that if His disciples love Him they will keep His commandments. And in response, the Father will give them a Helper, a Counselor, an Advocate, the Paraclete. Only those in Christ can receive this Holy Spirit. Jesus also states that loving Him means keeping His commandments, chief of which He had previously spoken,…
 
There’s a part you play in this walk of faith! Pastor John will explain today that following Jesus is something that you need to participate in – Jesus isn’t going to do it all for you! He has saved you from sin, and now you have the chance to live a new life that glorifies Him! But you can’t just sit around and expect Him to lift the load. You nee…
 
Here now is the 6th of Jesus’ “I Am” sayings. Here also Jesus summarizes His core teaching. He begins by stating that in His Father’s house is a place for them and He goes to prepare that place. He announces that He is the Way, the Truth, and the Life and that no one comes to the Father except through or by means of, Him. The disciples press Jesus …
 
Have you ever wondered if you had anything to offer in God’s service? Or whether or not your past would disqualify you? Pastor John will be telling you today that God’s looking for something specific in His followers – faithfulness! He’s forgiven your past and made you new, and He’s simply asking you to continue to walk in His ways. Pastor John wil…
 
God is the lifeline of the individual believer, through believing prayer. That is also true of any congregation of believers ... God works through believing prayer. As someone once said, “You can do more than pray after you have prayed but you cannot do more than pray until you have prayed.” Join pastors Matt Valencia (The Regeneration Church, Scot…
 
I've tried taking several Enneagram tests but I can never finish them. I hate the binary answers they give: When you walk into a room, do you want to dominate everyone or hide in the corner?" Ugh! What if it's neither!? That's why I reached out to my buddy Jeff Cook to have him give me a personal and conversational evaluation of my Enneagram score.…
 
John Barnett is a veteran in Vineyard Worship known for his songs “Father of Lights” and “Holy and Anointed One,” as well as his trademark beard. He is a worship leader, songwriter, mentor, and teacher, and his songs have become standards in churches around the world. He and his wife Marie (author of “Breathe”) carry a passion for traveling the cou…
 
Death isn’t something that needs to be feared. Sharing the good news of God’s love shouldn’t cause you to panic. Living for your Heavenly Father in the midst of opposition also isn’t a mystery – that’s because Jesus has already done all this! As Pastor John will tell you today, your Savior already completed those things that scare you. He lived a l…
 
This episode is part of our new series, Black Voices In The Vineyard, which features interviews with black leaders from around the Vineyard movement. Gary Dawkins is a site pastor at the Vineyard Church in Syracuse, NY. On this challenging episode, Gary and our host Adam Russell tackle larger themes of systemic racism in our society. This episode c…
 
Have you ever been scared to share your faith? This isn’t uncommon, as you’ll discover in Pastor John’s message today. However, it’s not something you should allow to rule your life! Pastor John will remind you that sharing the love of Jesus is what you’re called to as a believer! You’ve been set free by the blood of the Savior – all your sins have…
 
This re-broadcast episode is part of our new series, Black Voices In The Vineyard, which features interviews with Black leaders from around the Vineyard movement. Josh Williams is the Lead Pastor of the Elm City Vineyard in New Haven, CT and serves on the Executive Board for Vineyard USA. Originally from Iowa, Josh moved to New Haven to attend Yale…
 
Prayer is important! It’s a vital weapon to wield against the enemy. And today, Pastor John will remind you that you are to be in prayer CONSTANTLY! The Apostle Paul will be telling Timothy, and you, that this form of communication with the Father isn’t just for personal use. It’s something that should be used to lift others up, and that others can…
 
This re-broadcast episode is part of our new series, Black Voices In The Vineyard, which features interviews with Black leaders from around the Vineyard movement. Shyla and Leon Powell are this week's guests. Leon is the worship pastor at the Vineyard Church in Syracuse, NY, and Shyla leads worship at the Syracuse Vineyard as well as works as a cli…
 
This world tends not to encourage those in ministry. If you’ve tried to share the Gospel message, chances are you’ve experienced some opposition. And if you haven’t, it’s going to happen sooner or later. The enemy doesn’t want the truth of Jesus’ love shared! In today’s message, Pastor John will be encouraging you to remain faithful to whatever God…
 
Join pastors Tim Brown (Calvary Chapel Fremont, CA) and Jeremy Foster (Calvary Chapel in the Ozarks, AR) as they share ideas about what the breaking of bread looked like in the early church, and why it’s important today in any church. Was breaking of bread a reference to communion only, or something else? Or was it a reference to the love-feast, a …
 
This episode is part of our new series, Black Voices In The Vineyard, which features interviews with Black leaders from around the Vineyard movement. Joshua Miller is a pastor, worship leader, and songwriter in Lancaster, California. Joshua's powerful voice was featured on Vineyard Worship's first two singles of 2019, ALL THE SAME & YOU'RE CARRYING…
 
The Scripture has already called us to love God and our neighbor–this in the Law of Moses. Now something entirely new: We are to love each other, in the family of God, as Jesus loved us. Jesus loved us by going to the cross for us, this glorification, that we might be forgiven of our sin. This loving is how others will know they are Jesus’ follower…
 
The death of George Floyd has sparked many questions related to race relations, systemic racism, the use and abuse of force and power among the police force, faith and politics, partisanship, and many other questions. To help us think through these questions, I recently interviewed Justin Giboney from the AndCampaign in a live YouTube conversation,…
 
It’s tempting to rely on what you have to sustain you. Money is alluring, and getting more can quickly become your focus. But, Pastor John wants you to remember that money is temporary. In today’s message, the Apostle Paul will be giving Timothy some great advice on how to handle money, and the lessons apply to you today. Instead of putting your tr…
 
This episode is part of a series we're calling Black Voices In The Vineyard, which will feature interviews with Black leaders from around the Vineyard movement. On this episode our host Adam Russell sits down with Geno Olison, leader of Vineyard USA's Diversity Initiative, to discuss how the Church should respond in times of crisis and in the after…
 
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