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Two guys answering God’s call to tell people that Jesus is alive and active in lives today. Their guests will tell their stories about how God reveals Himself to them, delivering the good news of Jesus and their part of the story that changed everything.
 
Teresa of Ávila, also called Saint Teresa of Jesus, baptized as Teresa Sánchez de Cepeda y Ahumada (28 March 1515 – 4 October 1582), was a prominent Spanish mystic, Roman Catholic saint, Carmelite nun, an author of the Counter Reformation and theologian of contemplative life through mental prayer. She was a reformer of the Carmelite Order and is considered to be a founder of the Discalced Carmelites along with John of the Cross.In 1622, forty years after her death, she was canonized by Pope ...
 
One Nation Under God Radio is a live call in talk show on WROL 950 AM Boston every weekday evening from 7 - 9 PM EST hosted by Phil Castillo and Dan Zimmerle, better known as Phil and "Z" Man. They are unapologetically Christian, and at the same time unapologetically patriotic. "We love Jesus and country." Visit their website at http://www.onenationundergodradio.com
 
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Area studies often are defined by their object of inquiry in substantive terms: the study of a more or less defined set of cultural characteristics or civilizations encompassed in a historical, geographical, or linguistic horizon. Among these, one of the area studies that first emerged was Jewish studies, which focuses on the study of Judaism and J…
 
This week's episode is another conversation taken from an online meet-up. If you're not already, I'd love for you to be a part of our tribe over on Facebook at The Leading Second Collective, so you don't miss out on these. They are so fun and prove to always bring us conversations that leave a mark. We've had Kayla Stoecklein on the podcast before,…
 
How are Brazil and Australia connected by global flows of Pentecostalism? In this episode, Dr. Cristina Rocha shares her work on transnational Christian communities in Australia. The movement of goods, ideas, people, and culture between Brazil and Australia in the last century has meant thriving transnational communities in the Southern hemisphere.…
 
The leadership game changes for every generation. Millennials are almost 40 now and Gen Z are coming up on 25. Are you a Gen Z leader? Maybe you lead a team of them? If you don’t already, you’re sure to lead them in the very near future. Wherever you are on that scale, this conversation is for you! I hope this speaks to Gen Z leaders themselves, as…
 
The study of religion has been dominated by two approaches to religious change: the secularisation thesis, and the “lived religion” paradigm. They form a contradictory pair, one stressing decline, and the other stressing innovation. One stresses reason, the other stresses experience – yet both center on the individual as the “source” of religion. W…
 
This is the first installment of a series that we will be periodically doing called, 'I Am With You.' Where we sit down and have a conversation with a lead pastor and of their key team members. A couple of weeks ago, we had a live meet-up with Pastor Chris Durso and Ralph Castillo from Saints Church in New York. Chris has been planted at his father…
 
In this conversation with Elizabeth Pérez, we explore her book Religion in the Kitchen: Cooking, Talking, and the Making of Black Atlantic Traditions. Dr. Pérez explains what drove her interests in the Lucumí tradition and how she became acquainted with her interlocutors at Ilé Laroye. We discuss her role in her fieldwork as a participant-observer …
 
Join us as we have a conversation with truly life-saving potential for leaders of any capacity and people from any walk of life. We have John Morgan talking with us about identifying and guarding against division. John has been in ministry for more than three decades now, serving in many different roles. He is a coach, a strategist, and a communica…
 
The U.S. is quickly approaching the 2020 presidential election. Join Andie Alexander, Hina Muneeruddin, and Leslie Dorrough Smith in this month’s episode of Discourse! (recorded after the 2nd presidential debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden) as they explore the rhetoric and affect of the presidential campaigns …
 
For this episode, I have a conversation with our great friend Joshua Bingle. He is the Pastor of Genesis Church in Spokane, WA, and has such a brilliant mind. We talk all about the necessity of a Biblical Worldview (especially for those of us in Church leadership), postmodern thought, and digging wells. So many of the big conversations our culture …
 
The question of the origins of ancient Christianity has puzzled believers and skeptics alike. For the first, the history of Christianity is the anchor point for claims of authenticity. For the second, a search for origins opens religious traditions to questions about their contingency and sui generis status. So the perspectives most often speak pas…
 
There is a question I've been asking myself this summer. What does the message of authority sound like now, to a world that is increasingly "anti-authority?" Join me and our guest, Nicole Smithee, on this episode of the podcast as we wrestle with this complex question.Nicole is a friend of Leading Second who has joined us on the podcast before. In …
 
What is the current climate of climate change in a variety of religious communities? Why is food such an important part of discussing climate and religion? In this episode, the RSP’s Candace Mixon talks to Dr. Gretel Van Wieren to get the current climate of climate change responses from religious communities. An expert in environmental, agricultura…
 
We are back to Season Three of the Leading Second podcast!! It is our honor to lead this tribe of UNCOMMON leaders. In this season, we believe that UNCOMMON leaders have never been so essential.We're picking back up with a conversation about the differences in Rebuilding vs. Reopening. It is a conversation for teams, not just individuals. So share …
 
In this episode, RSP co-editor Breann Fallon speaks with Assistant Professor Richard Newton about his new book Identifying Roots: Alex Haley and the Anthropology of Scriptures (Equinox 2020). At issue is the concept, use, and function of “scripture,” particularly through the example of Alex Haley’s 1976 book Roots. Newton explains the success of Ha…
 
WAS UP FAM! Sorry for the long wait ep.14 is here I'm joined by my homies Ralph Barbosa, Dante Martinez and Luis Juarez in an impromptu podcast that came from a writing session with the homies. Hope you enjoy and hope you are doing well! thanks for listening! follow us on instagram www.instagram/midnitesnxpodcast for merchandise go to www.lifttacos…
 
This month’s Discourse! is presented by Sidney Castillo, with his guests Maria Nita, Juan Manuel Rubio Arevalo, and Stefanie Butendieck. Discussion focuses on the effects of COVID restrictions on different religious communities, including festivals, activism, funeral practices, and the Chilean “Mapuche” community. The conversation goes on to discus…
 
Treyvon opens up about his amazing testimony and radical transformation. He was in the game early with selling drugs and firearms. He had a love for music and saw a promising career developing. Then it all changed when God showed up in his room in his apartment. Trey never looked back. Go support Treyvon and what he's doing currently. Follow him on…
 
In this episode, RSP Co-Host Breann Fallon talks to Professor J. Lorand Matory of Duke University on the topic of fetishism. After outlining the concept of “fetishism,” considering the Portuguese origins as well as the term’s use in the work of Marx and Freud, Matory discusses his latest book The Fetish Revisited. Matory highlights his re-thinking …
 
How do material objects accrue spiritual capital? In this episode, Dr. Kathleen Openshaw shares a poignant story from a member of the Australia branch of the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God. As we hear about the global journey of a vial of anointing oil, she explains how we invest objects with significance and connect them to sacred spaces. …
 
How does discipline impact the way we see Buddhist ritual? How can more diverse disciplinary conversations help scholars see ritual in new ways? Five scholars from four time zones come together from around the world to discuss the impacts of interdisciplinary approaches to Buddhist ritual.By The Religious Studies Project
 
What layers of complicity in colonialism are still embedded in the field of religious studies? How can we learn from decades of decolonial work in Native American and Indigenous Studies? Dr. Natalie Avalos speaks with RSP co-host David McConeghy about the urgency of decolonial scholarship to start the RSP's 10th season.…
 
Tony grew up in the bay area. His life revolved around sports. His game was wrestling and he was great at it. Then an unexpected tragedy in the beginning of his college career changed everything. Hear the amazing story of his perseverance and grit. https://ocfca.org/ Support the podcast and look good doing it! One Story T-shirts are available now –…
 
Skylar's life changed in a moment at the age of 20. She had prayed for a change in her life, but never would she have imagined how that prayer would be answered. https://www.bdrocks.com/blogs/tellingyourstory/the-woman-who-fell-from-the-sky Support the podcast and look good doing it! One Story T-shirts are available now – follow the link https://ww…
 
Edmund Jr comes on the show and shares his story. Edmund was deep in skate culture, that was his life, and a friend called him out whether he was a Christian or not. So in high school he made the decision really give his life to the Lord and follow Him. Then that took him into the mission field and where he is today, living in Germany. Support the …
 
Edmund comes on to share his story. He has a long history of life in the faith and we really focus in on his time as a missionary in Germany. He and his family were there for 18 years. He shares a lot of his experiences as well as history of the area. We hope you enjoy and share! Support the podcast and look good doing it! One Story T-shirts are av…
 
We sit down with Julian Lowe to have a crucial conversation. Joined by some of our favorite Leading Second leaders, we ask Julian for wisdom in a pivotal time in history. He gives us his perspective on race relations in the church and how to navigate supporting our pastor through this season.SUBSCRIBECOMMENTLIKE & SHAREWe want you in our tribe! Sta…
 
Vaughn talks about his growing up in La Mirada, CA. He had a good life growing up and then things began to change after his parents split up and his dad was incarcerated. Drugs and alcohol became a part of his life and things went downhill from there into college. However, God had a plan and used Vaughn's failings to get his attention. Hear the ful…
 
Mike is back on the show and dropping wisdom as once before. We talk about our current climate with regards to the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, MN. Mike gives the Christian perspective and really digs into the need for meaningful communication. There needs to be quality communication with actual listening from all sides of the conversatio…
 
Roxanne comes on and shares her testimony of staying faithful in the Lord. Roxanne grew up in the church and never drifted away. She will say that she has not been perfect, but her faith in God has not wavered. It is a testimony of God's faithfulness ultimately and we hope you enjoy! Support the podcast and look good doing it! One Story T-shirts ar…
 
Will #religiousliteracy save Religious Studies? At the 2019 AAR in San Diego, Dave McConeghy moderated a roundtable with early career scholars about the meaning of religious literacy in their context. Join us for a lively discussion about what it means to teach religious studies with Richard Newton, Chris Jones, Rebekka King, Jenna-Gray-Hildenbrand…
 
The best leadership opportunity you'll ever have is leading the person you see in the mirror. To make this dream a reality you'll have to get in the leadership gym. While it's tempting to want everything to go "back to normal", we shouldn't try to leave this season prematurely. In difficult times our faith is forced out in the open and shows its tr…
 
It's ideology, religion and conspiracy all the way in this month's Discourse! David G. Robertson is joined by Suzanne Owen and Craig Martin to discuss the Sun's mockery of pagans, problems with the Guardian's headline that people are returning to the Church, coronavirus conspiracies in India targetting Muslims, and how "idiology" (or one idiology, …
 
Mark lived his life without God up into his mid twenties. Everything was good, everything looked like success. Then his father tragically died, his marriage was on the rocks, and he needed to find hope. God got a hold of his life and Mark gave his life to God. He then went on to go full in for God and into ministry. However, after a long period of …
 
Fish and Rhonda share their story of marriage. After a confession, they found themselves on the verge of ending it or doing the hard work of making it work. It is a powerful story of forgiveness, grace, and only through God restoration. Support the podcast and look good doing it! One Story T-shirts are available now – follow the link https://www.al…
 
When job descriptions change and routines are flipped upside down, what do pastors expect from their team? This week we sit down with Pastor Kevin during the COVID-19 pandemic to see things from the pastor's perspective, as we continue our series on how to have a personal revival. During what may be the biggest transition in our lifetime, Pastor Ke…
 
In this episode we pick up where we left off in the previous episode, only this time the trio accomplishes the task of being vulnerable about their marriages and taking direction from God's Word. You can dive further into this topic in Brian's book, Never Fails. Support the podcast and look good doing it! One Story T-shirts are available now – foll…
 
We're back! After a brief hiatus, the Leading Second is back for several weeks with some fresh content and perspective for all of us leading in this very critical time. There's no doubt in our minds that this season has been very recalibrating for all of us as leaders. We've put together several episodes that we pray will speak into your soul as a …
 
We had planned to have on Brian to focus on marriages amidst quarantine, only to be sidetracked by the current times and conspiracies. Support the podcast and look good doing it! One Story T-shirts are available now – follow the link https://www.allgracedup.blog/new-products/ Like and Follow our facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/onestorypodc…
 
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