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A Biweekly podcast from The Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey. Twice a month, we'll talk with priests, thought leaders, authors and more about what's going on in our communities, our country, and our world from a uniquely Episcopal perspective. No prior experience necessary--along the way, we'll bring us all up to speed on the deep traditions and modern outlook of The Episcopal Church, and seek ways to be the best, most positive disciples of Jesus Christ we can. We hope you'll join us for this ...
 
"Blessing in Disguise" is a conversation about what hopeful messages and rituals might lie hidden in Christian doctrine for the modern secular millennial trying to do good in the world. We met and got catechized in El Salvador, and we hope to explore the biggest, thorniest concepts within Christianity to offer new perspectives and help inspire our generation to continue to act for peace and justice in a complicated world. Hosted by: Laurel Marshall completed her Masters in Theology from the ...
 
We are the diverse community of Underwood. We are families. We are singles. We are married couples. We use walkers. We are Boomers, Busters, X-ers, and Boomlets. We are toddlers. We are teenagers. We are veterans. We are residents. We have been Baptist, Catholic, Episcopalian, and agnostics. We grew up churched and unchurched. We grew up fundamentalist. We grew up liberal. We come from many nations and many ethnic backgrounds. If you would like to find out more about our church and the peopl ...
 
In Good Faith is the place to hear stories and accounts from believers, told in their own words. Our hope is to listen with an open heart, celebrating the power of faith and belief, and what those stories mean to the ones who tell them. Host Steven Kapp Perry talks with believers from all walks of faith--Catholic and Episcopalian, Buddhist and Baptist, Jewish and Hindu, Presbyterian and Seventh Day Adventist, Muslim and Mormon--in other words, human beings and believers, sharing their person ...
 
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Before our Constitution, or the Declaration of Independence... and before any Bill of Rights... there was the Mayflower Compact. It was a covenant between a group of religious castaways from Europe and an Almighty God, the God of the Judeo-Christian Bible. The group had no power or influence, and when they arrived on the shores of New England more …
 
John revisits Trinity Sunday and explores the importance of the assumptions we make around Trinity – hierarchical or mutual and caring; and how that impacts how we see God at work in the world. He uses that to explore our church's celebration of our constitution – Te Pouhere – a gift of God, built on theological understanding of the Trinitarian God…
 
As "woke ideology" makes its way through the secular culture, one author Noelle Mering says it's actually on a collision course with Christianity. In the fall of 2020, at Loyola Academy, a tony Catholic prep school outside of Chicago, parents began whispering to one another about the loud and swiftly escalating political ideology pressing into all …
 
It may seem like two totally different topics, Memorial Day and scientific discoveries. And for the most part they are. But for Memorial Day it's good to remember what this holiday really means. And also, when Historian William Federer writes a book about humanity's scientific discoveries and the faith of those who discovered them, it's good to tal…
 
Pentecost is a day to remember, reflect on, and celebrate ongoing work of the Spirit of God, Holy Spirit in creation, in the ongoing story of people of God, in the formation and ongoing mission of the church, in our lives, and in our world today. John uses use St. Augustine of Hippo’s “On the Trinity” to explore how we experience the The Paraclete …
 
On this episode of Lighthouse Faith podcast, Voddie Baucham talks about the 'critical' challenges now facing the Christian Church in its quest to be racially compassionate, and that evangelicals are teetering close to denying the authority of Scripture. Being a Black male who grew up in the gang-infested area of Los Angeles, Baucham has a unique pe…
 
Bonnie Hebenton talks about some of the foundation stories of her school - Merivale School - Te Kura o Tutara Wananga. So how does that help us think about our own foundation stories, especially those found in scripture. In his final prayer in John 17 Jesus prays for his followers, including us. Including us! What does it mean for you to know that …
 
John's sermon from May 9th exploring Mothers' Day using Julian of Norwich and the invitation to relate to God our mother. How does John Bowlby’s work on Attachment Theory help us understand the importance of mothers (and others and why Mothers' Day is hard for many. Then looking at the reading from John 15:9-17, what does it mean to be grafted as b…
 
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