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Weekly sermons from New Hope Chapel, Carolina, RI., an evangelical community church. Started on Easter of 1992, we pray daily that the Lord will help us spread the love of Jesus to our community and beyond. Our prayer is that you will be touched by the joy that comes from our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
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James Island Christian Church

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JICC is a community church located in the James Island suburb of Charleston, SC. The church exists to lead people in following the two greatest commandments: 1) to love God with all your heart and 2) to love your neighbor as yourself. Regardless of how you ended up with this podcast – by the invitation of a friend or just by browsing the internet – we hope that it draws you closer to Him.
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SGT Sermons

Smithtown Gospel Tabernacle

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Smithtown Gospel Tabernacle (SGT) is a non-denominational Christian church based in Smithtown, New York, on Long Island. Our heart as a community is to love one another as a family, connect as a team, and see the kingdom of God advance as an army. Here on our sermon channel, we will be providing weekly uploads of our services. We want to provide to you the opportunity to catch up with services you were unable to attend, or revisit a specific moment that was meaningful to you. We're glad you' ...
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Jubilee Freedom & Shalom

Daniel Reed & Nate Hale

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This podcast is about Jesus, Christianity, Theology, Faith, Self-sustaining Ministry, Intentional Community, Communes, Cults, Permaculture, Permaculture Design, Gardening, Food Independence, Pacifism, Financial Independence, Entrepreneurship, Energy Independence, Alternative Energy, Disruptive Technology, Innovation, Conspiracies, Social Justice, Music, Books, Bible Project, and more. Join Daniel Reed and Nate Hale as they discuss all things jubilee, freedom, and shalom!
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At All Nations Church, you will begin a journey of discovery: rediscovery! ​ Jesus said in John 10:10 “ that I have come that you may have life and have it more abundantly.” ​ He was saying that we can rediscover life in Him. Our calling is to connect people with their Creator, and to help them rediscover this abundant life He has promised to those who follow Him. ​ ​ We believe that there are 5 keys to the rediscovery of this life: ​ The Bible – every week you will hear an uplifting Bible-b ...
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An old monk is tricked by the Devil into undertaking a voyage to a remote island to save the souls of thousands who live there. He arrives on the island which is actually a desolate one, inhabited only by colonies of millions of penguins. The old monk whose eyesight and hearing are almost nonexistent, mistakes them for humans and begins baptizing them. In Heaven, God finds Himself in a dilemma; the old monk's unwavering faith compels him to regard the baptisms as genuine. However, in Christi ...
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The AAPI label is an umbrella term for over 50 ethnic groups and when considered as a standalone identity, a monolithic group, the richness of our community is diminished and our different experiences and truths become void. On this podcast, we invite you on a journey to dismantle the stereotypes as we set out to show we are more than a monolith by addressing misperceptions, sharing our truths and exploring personal stories. Each episode is a conversation where we dive into a variety of topi ...
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Boston U. Prison Education Program celebrates 50 years of changing lives Boston University's Prison Education Program is celebrating its 50th anniversary, and is hoping to expand. Students at Massachusetts Correctional Institution Norfolk and MCI Framingham are earning undergraduate certificates and Bachelor of Liberal Arts degrees, to reform their…
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Turnover in MA election officials as presidential election nears Heightened scrutiny and harassment are helping fuel an increasing turnover rate of election officials in Massachusetts and beyond, according to a new report. More than a third of all Massachusetts municipalities have had a change in their chief election official or town clerk since 20…
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MA Haitian-led groups call for end to deportations as terror grips island Haitian-led groups in Massachusetts are calling for a temporary pause in deportations as political instability and violence engulf the island.They said anything less would be a death sentence. Armed gangs now control most of the capital city, Port-au-Prince, cutting distribut…
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MA taxpayers benefit from IRS Direct File pilot program Massachusetts residents can take advantage of a new pilot program from the Internal Revenue Service, which allows people to file their taxes online for free. IRS Direct File is expected to save people both time and money while making tax preparation more equitable and inclusive. Adam Ruben, vi…
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MA students urge lawmakers to fund campus anti-hunger efforts A coalition of college students and administrators is asking state lawmakers to help fight food insecurity on campus.The group is asking for $2 million for the Hunger Free Campus Initiative and to pass legislation to better fund programs already helping thousands of low-income students o…
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MA seniors encouraged to take advantage of dual-use special needs plans Health care advocates in Massachusetts said special health care plans are available for seniors and people with disabilities to help ensure they get the care they need.Dual-use special-needs plans combine services and coverage for Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries, and they o…
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GOP proposal threatens cuts to MA Social Security benefits Congressional Republicans' proposed changes to Social Security have advocates for Massachusetts beneficiaries concerned about the future of the key safety net program.A recent GOP budget proposal suggested raising the benefit eligible retirement age to 69, "to account for increases in life …
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Queer churches in MA and nationwide offer all identities safe, sacred spaces By Sara Youngblood Gregory for Yes! Magazine. Broadcast version by Kathryn Carley for Commonwealth News Service reporting for the YES! Media-Public News Service CollaborationIn December 2023, Pope Francis announced that Catholic priests may bless same-sex unions-as long as…
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New England anglers seek greater protections for Atlantic herring stock Recreational fishermen in New England say commercial trawlers are threatening the survival of smaller businesses relying on a healthy stock of Atlantic herring.The small forage fish is vital to both the marine food chain and the region's economy.Rich Hittinger, first vice presi…
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Proposed Amesbury school budget cuts rally parents, educators The Amesbury School Committee will hear from educators and parents tonight as they rally to prevent more than $2 million in proposed cuts to their schools.They are asking Kassandra Gove, the mayor and school committee chair, to use any funds at the city's disposal to ensure schools can a…
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MA diaper distribution program helps families make ends meet Supporters of a federal pilot program to distribute diapers to low-income families in Massachusetts hope to build upon its success.More than 1 million diapers, along with wipes and other needed supplies have helped some 1,600 families over the past several months.Adriana Leo, director of …
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Long-COVID fighters feel 'sucker-punched' by new CDC guidance Advocates for people who suffer or have died from COVID-19 in Massachusetts and around the country say they're alarmed by new federal health recommendations regarding the disease.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently announced people no longer need to isolate for five d…
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MA reforestation plan aims to counter urban heat islands A proposed urban reforestation program in Massachusetts aims to help cities mitigate the effects of climate change.Legislation would create a state advisory council to help municipalities choose the best timing for tree plantings and which native species would be most effective in reducing ur…
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'Deceptive' tactics by crisis pregnancy centers focus of MA legislation Legislation in Massachusetts would ban some of the tactics used by "crisis pregnancy centers" to prevent people from having abortions.Many of the centers have the words "medical" or "health" in their names, but do not offer licensed reproductive medical care.Laurie Veninger, re…
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New online tool helps Boston grow tree equity A new online tool is helping community groups in Boston ensure all neighborhoods reap the benefits from urban tree canopies. The Tree Equity Score Analyzer, or TESA, was created by the national nonprofit, American Forests to help communities study disparities in tree coverage and develop planting scenar…
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School counselors teach time management to counter students’ high rates of stress Time management is an essential skill for academic success, but school counselors say it can also help counter students' increasing struggles with depression and anxiety. Educators report alarming rates of mental health challenges among teens post-pandemic as they jug…
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MA voters urged to register, complete mail-in ballots ahead of upcoming primary Voters in Massachusetts are being encouraged to complete their applications for mail-in ballots ahead of next month's presidential primary. The deadline to register to vote is February 24th and the deadline to complete an application for a mail-in ballot is February 27.…
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Report: New immigrants adding to MA economy, workforce A surge of new immigrants in Massachusetts is currently straining the state's emergency shelter system and budget but a new report found they will bring direct economic benefits to the region.In their first year after arrival, 1,000 immigrants with work permits generate an estimated $24 million…
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MA public school support staff fight for a living wage Lawmakers in Massachusetts are considering legislation to ensure Education Support Professionals in public schools earn a living wage. ESP's do it all - teach, help students with special needs, clean classrooms and more. The bill would set a statewide salary of $45,000 for these workers. ...(Re…
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MA families in limbo as college financial-aid awards delayed Families in Massachusetts will have to wait even longer for financial aid offers from colleges and universities this year because of an error in the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA.The Department of Education said it will not send students' financial data to schools unt…
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MA agencies make expanded tax credits easier to access Lawmakers in Massachusetts passed some of the nation's most generous tax credits - and now, help is available to make sure families can take advantage of them. The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program helps more than 30,000 low-income families at 80 different sites across the Commonwealth. A…
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Stalled Farm Bill puts pressure on MA food banks Massachusetts food banks are struggling to keep up with demand as the Farm Bill remains stalled in Congress.The bill is renegotiated every five years and contains the Emergency Food Assistance Program, which ensures food banks can help the 20% of Massachusetts households facing hunger.Vince Hall, chi…
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Voting rights groups call constitutional convention efforts a threat to democracy Lawmakers in Massachusetts are considering a resolution to convene a Convention of States, a process voting rights groups said could put civil liberties at risk.Congress is required to hold a convention under Article V of the Constitution if two-thirds of state legisl…
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