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Bethel Lutheran Brethren Church is located at 10060 Hwy 256, in rural Antler, North Dakota. Setting almost literally in a northern prairie farm field 40 miles north of Minot, ND, this congregation has endured the test of time. Founded in 1903 from Norwegian Lutheran roots, our church still proclaims the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the faithful followers who call Bethel their church home. Please enjoy the current sermons below. If you can, let us know how you like them. Our email is bethellbc@s ...
 
Iain Dale in the Evening is broadcast on LBC Monday-Thursday 7-10pm. It includes each day the LBC Newshour in the first hour and a phone-in on one of the big stories of the day in the last hour. In the middle hour on Mondays it’s the Monday night panel, on Wednesdays it’s ‘Cross Question’, LBCs weekly political panel debate show. And on Tuesdays and Thursdays an hour long interview with a big personality from the world of politics, current affairs, business or the arts. Hear all of Iain’s sh ...
 
Ghislaine Maxwell is the daughter of a disgraced billionaire and the former partner of a super-rich paedophile who killed himself while awaiting trial for sex trafficking. After hiding for almost a year, she now finds herself facing multiple charges for helping Jeffrey Epstein sexually exploit and abuse under-age women which could lead to her spending the rest of her life in gaol. In this new podcast series, Hunting Ghislaine, reporter John Sweeney investigates a fairy story which happens th ...
 
Rachel Horman-Brown is a Solicitor and Head of Domestic Violence & Forced Marriage Department at Watson Ramsbottom Solicitors. An advanced Resolution specialist in DV & Forced Marriage, Family Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year 2012, Jordan's Family Law Partner of the Year 2014, Law Society Excellence Awards 2016, media commentator.
 
Join LBC's Tom Swarbrick as he interviews leading experts, politicians and industry influencers to gather a weekly round up of the most important world news and hidden topics that you won't have heard about. Find out just what goes on behind closed doors and how today's decisions will affect Britain's future. Subscribe on Global player or wherever you get your podcasts, now!
 
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LBC Newshour | Young People with Denise Headley: The unemployment rate has risen to its highest level in almost five years, with younger workers bearing the brunt of the job losses, official figures show. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has also defended plans for teachers to grade GCSE and A-level pupils in England this summer as a "good compromise" …
 
It's a new season in the Christian Calendar! We've entered the season of lent. In today's reading, we hear of three major events that happen in rapid fire, one after another. And as these events lead into the first words our Lord Jesus speaks as He begins His ministry on earth, He speaks the phrase "The Kingdom Is Near". Does it have any meaning at…
 
Fevzi Turkalp, the Gadget Detective, joins Clive Bull on LBC to answer listener questions and discuss the latest tech news and reviews. This time; tips for setting up to work from home and the pros and cons of upgrading any equipment you already have, setting up multiple cameras to work with Zoom, what is cloud storage, is an anti-keylogger a good …
 
Iain Dale talks to Suzanne Heywood about her book WHAT DOES JEREMY THINK? The book is a biography of her husband, Jeremy Heywood. He was at the centre of government for more than 25 years, playing a central role advising every Prime Minister from Tony Blair to Theresa May. He rose to be Cabinet Secretary but at the height of the Brexit negotiations…
 
LBC Newshour | Vaccines & Prisons: Teachers, police and other key workers should not get priority for Covid jabs but prisoners should be vaccinated en masse, the government’s advisory body has concluded. Should prisoners be vaccinated before police officers or teachers? How do we get the priority list right? | Corporation Tax: Shadow Treasury minis…
 
LBC Newshour | Vaccine Passports: Boris Johnson has promised a review into the use of vaccine passports, but said there were "deep and complex issues" to consider. Do you think vaccine passports are a good idea? | Climate Change: "Climate change is a threat to our security," Boris Johnson told world leaders as he chaired a United Nations Security C…
 
Fevzi Turkalp, the Gadget Detective, joins Bill Buckley on BBC Berkshire to discuss the latest tech news and reviews. This week; Facebook block Australian users from viewing or sharing news, but why are they doing it and what will the impact be? Gadgets of the Week are the Nokia 6300 4G and 8000 4G, a pair of retro design phones with all the basic …
 
Iain Dale and Jacqui Smith celebrate their 250th episode of the For the Money podcast by recording for more than 2 hours 10 minutes. Plenty of incentives to stick with it to the end, though! As well as covering all the political news of the week – Covid, Keir Starmer’s big speech, comings and goings in Number 10, Matt Hancock’s court case, Uber, IR…
 
LBC Newshour | Keir Starmer: Millions of savers would be given a chance to invest in the UK's recovery from the coronavirus crisis, under proposals set out by Sir Keir Starmer - what will it take for labour to win your vote and did what we hear today hit the mark? | Vaccine Hesitancy: A star-filled video urging people from ethnic minority communiti…
 
LBC Newshour | Free Speech on Campus: Groups representing students and universities have expressed caution at plans for a "free speech champion" to regulate England's campuses. How needed is a ‘free speech champion’ on university campuses - and is free speech under threat across broader society? | Covid-19 & Personal Finance: Almost half a million …
 
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