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New Life is a non-denominational church in Dennis Port, Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Enjoy this podcast; for more information about New Life go to www.newlifeoncapecod.com
Our Hosts will discuss a variety of entertaining, educational and thoughtful topics. There is something for everyone!
On July 3, 2015, psychiatrist and local celebrity Dr. John Parker was found dead in his Mashpee, MA office. His death was ruled an apparent suicide, but his son-in-law, Dan Zappulla, doesn't buy it. Dan thinks he was murdered, and he's out to prove it. Join us on this journey through Cape Cod as we search for the ultimate truth behind The Death of Dr. John Parker.
The Mosquito Story Slam is a live storytelling event and podcast in its 7th season on the Outer Cape in Massachusetts and beyond. Storytellers have 5 minutes to tell a true story based on the night’s theme. Mosquito stories are told, not read. No notes or cheat sheets on stage. Storytellers picked at random during the show. The Mosquito’s mission is to engage a diverse audience in the art and craft of storytelling, while honoring and celebrating the commonality of human experiences. Since it ...
Stephen talks about some of the issues surrounding the guidance of the Lord and provides tips and tools to effective guidance.
As you keep standing in faith, regardless of your circumstances, Stephen shows how you are receiving the eternal evidence of God working through and in your life that goes beyond this reality and into the future.By Stephen Russell
Recorded under the promise of anonymity, the person behind the Plymouth 4Hundy Instagram account joins the OCC to talk about its origins, its initial failure in merchandising, and Hanna's rock-throwing problem. Intro music is from "Across the Line" by Cory Gray.By Inebri-Art
From Romans 12 we discuss the dynamics between authority and humility and how it applies to us today in part one of the Grace Results message.By New Life
Stephen shares four outworking of grace from the life of Paul and shares nuggets how to apply those to our lives as we walk through 2021.By Stephen Russell
Stephen and Dalene unpack the effect of breaking away from conforming this world to transformation that gives us access to what God originally intended humankind to look like.By Stephen Russell
When we are grateful with the details of our lives we invite the grace of God that empowers and enables us to walk out our journey, regardless of the circumstances we face.By Stephen Russell
Stephen and Dalene discuss aspects of being connected to the vine that are evident in the life of a disciple of Jesus Christ.By New Life
Content Warning for Frank & Mature Discussion of Santa Claus. Hanna, Andy, and Fish celebrate the holidays by discussing Brockton businessman James Edgar, and the department store owner's connection to Santa. Intro music is from "Across the Line" by the Wellington Sea Shanty Society.By Inebri-Art
Stephen briefly share about a few characters that surrounded the birth of Jesus and the effect His birth had on them.By New Life
God used a new name and a new vocation that signaled a new order in the family of John the Baptist.By New Life
The Virgin Mary said "yes" without understanding the full picture of what God was about to do, yet her yes set in motion the coming of the Kingdom. Don't underestimate the powerful implications of your "YES".By New Life
General Manager and producer Aimée Shapiro Sedley tells us about King Richard's Faire, New England's oldest Renaissance Faire. Hanna, Andy, and Fish learn about its midwest origins, Aimée joining the family business, and comparative wench quality. Intro music is from "Across the Line" by the Wellington Sea Shanty Society.…
As believers we are designed to have the DNA of Heaven in us and it is part of our privilege to bring Heaven on to earth. In this message, Stephen and Dalene shares how hope is the greatest gift of Heaven that we can release in the times we are in.By New Life
Hanna leads Andy & Fish through the history of the "first" Thanksgiving. We talk about its origins as a fairly common giving of thanks to President Lincoln making it a national holiday. We also spend a lot of time talking about marjoram. Intro music is from "Across the Line" by the Wellington Sea Shanty Society.…
Regret means we live in the past and frustration causes us to walk around in circles, but future-forward is living with a hope-filled expectation of what is to come. This week we talk about how to break out of these cycles and live in a reality filled with hope.By New Life
Salvation and discipleship are not two separate entities. The complete process involves commitment and dedication with sometimes challenging adjustments to our lives. Stephen shows how the Biblical narrative is full of those who journeyed in obedience even at a cost.By Stephen Russell
We are in a season where God is calling His Church to a higher place. Today's conversation looks at complacency - its causes and its cure.By New Life
Dalene shares how remembering God's goodness in your life is a powerful tool to rekindle a passion and love for Him.By Dalene Russell
Peter Kelleher has spent the last four years traveling New England to provide support to the homeless. We talk with him about how he got started, his mission, and the kinds of donations he's looking for. Intro music is from "Across the Line" by the Wellington Sea Shanty Society.By Inebri-Art
What would your world look like if you lived a life passionately pursuing a relationship with Jesus? This week we talk about hinderances that hold us back from returning to our First Love or going deeper in our connection with Him.By New Life
There is a call found in Revelation 2:5 for the Church to come back to her first love and the first works that she was known for. In this message, Stephen describes what those first works were that set the Church of Ephesis apart.By Stephen Russell
In part 4 of our Acts 2 discussion we are joined by Catherine Henson as we talk about the process of developing an effective prayer life.By New Life
In this message Stephen provides tools to help you communicate and help answer peoples questions about faith.By Stephen Russell
Andy, Hanna, and Fish, joined by CAIPRS president Derek Bartlett and America's Hometown Horror Podcast, gather at Barnstable's Old Gaol. Derek and Hanna take us through the history, both normal and paranormal, of the building, and then we sit in the dark listening for spirits. Intro music is from "Across the Line" by the Wellington Sea Shanty Socie…
In Part 3 of our series on Acts 2:42, Stephen, Dalene and guest James Burke discuss what is meant by the early church's devotion to the apostle's doctrine.
Dalene looks at the Fear of the Lord as a means to reach our world (Acts 9:31) - the fear that should be our good news!By New Life
Murder enthusiast Hanna leads Andy and Fish through the long, deadly career of nurse and serial killer "Jolly" Jane Toppen. Intro music is from "Across the Line" by the Wellington Sea Shanty Society.By Inebri-Art
This week we continue in Acts 2:42 and talk about the impact of communion, or the Lord's supper, within the Believers life.By New Life
Stephen provides practical tips in learning to discern in our media saturated world.By Stephen Russell
We sat around a dinner table and discussed what fellowship meant for Christ and His disciples and for the early Church and what we can learn from these examples.By New Life
Song of Songs 4:16 talks about two winds - the north and south winds. Dalene shares about how allegorically these two winds blow on our lives.By New Life
Investigator and writer Christopher Balzano joins the show to talk about southeast Massachusetts' own paranormal hot spot. We talk about bigfoot, pukwudgies, and zombies. Intro music is from "Across the Line" by the Wellington Sea Shanty Society.By Inebri-Art
2 Peter 1:5-8 references "supplementing your faith"; Stephen explains how our faith requires supporting factors to make it effective.By New Life
We all have a faith journey that we walk out, whether in the beginning stages or further down the road, each one significant and full of potential in expanding the Kingdom of God. What is your faith journey and where is it headed?By New Life
This week we talk about the word "inspiration" and what God intended inspiration to look like as it flows through us in our everyday life.By New Life
Stephen picks up the theme of last weeks message "The ringing of the bell" and shows three powerful elements about Philips calling that are important for us today and the message we carry.By Stephen Russell
Hanna, Andy & Fish take a whack at the case of Lizzie Borden, who was accused of murdering her father & stepmother in 1892. We talk about pigeon murder, modern thoughts on making beds, and cursing Irishwomen. Intro music is from "Across the Line" by the Wellington Sea Shanty Society.By Inebri-Art
In 1 Samuel we read that David, before he was king, was sent away from a battle he was willing to fight. This week we discuss God's unseen hand orchestrating a door to be opened for David that he had not seen.By New Life
Dalene shares three responses after the stoning of Stephen, the first martyr of the church.By New Life
Just like Moses, we all have a calling to walk out. In this Deep Dive we look at elements applicable to us from his story and how we can walk in confidence in what God has called us to be.By New Life
Stephen lays out the pattern of Moses' calling which gives us a framework to God's call to usBy New Life
Hanna loves murder, and Hanna loves Cordage Park. Today, she focus on the latter, as we dig into the history of the Plymouth Cordage Company and it's effect on North Plymouth. Intro music is from "Across the Line" by the Wellington Sea Shanty Society.By Inebri-Art
Stephen, Dalene and Alison Burton explore that with faith we can upgrade from flying by sight (walking in the natural realm) to being instrument-rated pilots that soar above the clouds (walking in the spirit).By New Life
Dalene shares from personal experience how you can soar above the clouds in freedom or have limited visibility by being content to flying only in fair weather.By New Life
This week we take a deeper look at Stephen's message "Who's in Charge". We talk about how to be animated by Holy Spirit and not the soul, making sure that we don't blur the two realities but staying focused on the reality that Jesus Christ brought us into.By New Life
Stephen asks the question of who is in charge of your life. Hw provides practical tools on how to work with Holy Spirit who resides in us
Andy, Hanna, and Fish discuss Boston's Great Molasses Flood, where the catastrophic failure of a storage tank sent 13,000 tons of molasses flooding the streets. Intro music is "Across the Line" by the Wellington Sea Shanty Society.By Inebri-Art
Many people have been experiencing frustration that leads to various degrees of anger. This week we talk about the root of anger and how to recognize the process that leads to this downward spiral.By New Life
Dalene continues with the theme of the cycle breaker; in this episode she looks at the process needed for breakthrough.