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Best Christian Church podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Christian Church podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Planting churches is all about participating with what God is already doing. He is at work in every neighborhood and community around us. We want to help you learn to see what God is doing and expand your imagination for how you might partner with him. Join us for conversations with church planters, pastors, and leaders on discernment, preparation, and innovation.
 
Vibrant worship, family, community, learning, commitment, sacrifice, and a generous spirit are all elements that make New Life home. New Life Church family services are held every Sunday @ 9:30am - 10:40am and 11:00am till 12:20pm, and every Friday @7pm for the Youth at our centre in Emsworth, located between the cities of Chichester and Portsmouth www.newlifechurch.me
 
The Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast is a podcast all about leadership, change and personal growth. The goal? To help you lead like never before—in your church or in your business. Carey interviews top leaders like Andy Stanley, Craig Groeschel, Chuck Swindoll, Brian Houston, Jon Acuff, Kara Powell, Chris Brown, Louie Giglio, Thom Rainer, Mark Batterson, Ravi Zacharias, Lewis Howes, Christine Hassler, Jenni Catron, William Vanderbloemen and many more. The podcast features a mix of well-know ...
 
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Genesis tells us that God fashioned us from the dust of the world, and it was only until He breathed His breath of life into us that we became a living being. God’s words and actions have always moved in the trajectory of life. So when sin was introduced into the world, death was invited into the story. The implications of death surround us daily- …
 
"We have never seen anything like this." How many times have you heard that this week? We're living in unprecedented times to be sure, but are we on our own? Whenever faced with times of uncertainty, doesn't it feel like we hear people taking one of two stances? Either we believe that our hope and confidence is in a sovereign God who always has and…
 
Much has been made about the prologue to John’s gospel, and rightly so. It is there we read of the Cosmic Christ, one who “was with God … and was God” from the beginning. In John’s context he is clearly speaking of the historical Jesus - the Divine in human form who is the universal context we know as “The Word.” But here’s the thing: what John rif…
 
Rather than an interview based episode, we felt these strange times required something a little more meditative. Each month for the last year Anna Robinson has been producing some wonderful meditations for our patrons. So we asked her to produce a short series for our main podcast feed, called Meditations for Isolation. In this meditation, Anna rem…
 
In this time where churches are moving their services online en masse , Vineyard Fullerton took another approach using the video conferencing platform Zoom to not only handle their small group meetings but actually run their entire weekend service. Their innovative approach is described in detail by Melisa Keller, Event Director for Vineyard Worshi…
 
These are uncertain times. We are in a world war. The enemy is invisible and much of society is in crisis mode. In this episode of the Apologetics.com Radio show, Harry Edwards talks to Lenny Esposito and Dr. Jacob Daniel to discuss how Christians ought to behave during a pandemic. We take our cues from history to consider how our forebears dealt w…
 
Sometimes the post-Vatican II push for lay participation can become onerous. What is really needed to be fully Christian? Does everyone need to be a theologian, liturgist, and apologist?Cy Kellett:Hello and welcome again to Catholic Answers Focus. I’m Cy Kellett, your host. And this time, an apologetic defense of a simple life of faith, I guess tha…
 
Get notes on this podcast here: https://churchleaders.com/podcast/373484-ken-boa-suffering-life.html "Suffering is not an elective," says Ken Boa. But even though we are guaranteed to experience pain in life, by God's grace we can still move toward joy. ► Listen on Apple: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-churchleaders-podcast/id988990685?mt=…
 
The Gentle and Lowly podcast is a 14-day audio devotional exploring the heart of Christ for sinners and sufferers. Join Dane Ortlund each day for a brief Scripture reading as well as a devotional meditation on a different aspect of the heart of Christ, as he helps you discover afresh not just what Jesus has done for you but how he feels about you a…
 
Best-selling author, Gary Thomas, says it took him years to figure out that some people are just plain toxic. They don’t respond to love, to correction or to direction. Gary shares how to walk away from toxic people at work, in your family and in life, and why the traditional Christian response of “just love them more” isn’t really that Christian. …
 
Greetings, Congregation! John comes back on the show he helped start to shoot the breeze with Jed as they try to bring some levity and humor to this dark time we find ourselves in. So just sit back, listen, laugh and try not to think about the world ending.churchandotherdrugs@gmail.compatreon.com/churchandotherdrugsstorefrontier.com/churchandotherd…
 
Bishop Barron answers questions from non-Catholics around the world, including: If we are beloved children of God, how could he banish anyone to an eternity of Hell? Why do priests have to be celibate? What's the difference between the Jewish Bible, Catholic Bible, and the Koran? How do we read similarities between the Virgin birth and similar stor…
 
Jesus made himself comfortable with the ones who made most people very uncomfortable. Jesus saw that all of us are like the sick and dying, and like a doctor with the cure, he rushed into the middle of the pandemic. Who doesn’t measure up to our standards? Who have we deemed beyond help? Who would we prefer to cordon off from our lives?…
 
In this episode, Collin Hansen discusses the idea of blindspots—problems with our lives, priorities, and even theology that we don't even know are there. He explains our tendency as Christians to separate ourselves into one of three camps, highlights how technology and our politically charged culture fuel division in the church, and reflects on wha…
 
Many times, our faith deteriorates as our circumstances deteriorate. When that happens, our faith is quickly overcome by fear, and the future looks dark. The apostle Peter experienced this, and he temporarily fled his faith in Jesus. Subscribe to stay updated with the latest content. Follow North Point Community Church: YouTube Instagram Twitter Fa…
 
“Can a mother forget the baby at her breast and have no compassion on the child she has borne?” This is the question posed by the prophet, words placed on the lips of God. The answer of course, is “No.” But just in case, the prophet writes, “Though she may forget, I will not forget you!” The picture is obvious - God, like a nursing mother, holds He…
 
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