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Best Maggieulmer podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Maggieulmer podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Your number one source for all things Methocostal. Featuring Maggie Ulmer, Scott Kisker, and David F. Watson. We love to talk about all things Christian, and especially Methodist and Wesleyan. We're particularly interested in the work of God today through the gifts of the Holy Spirit, and the ways in which God is renewing the church all over the world. If you're into theology, Bible, evangelism, or Christian ministry, or you just want to know more about the way Jesus is changing lives throug ...
 
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We've been looking at the possibility of the #UMC separation from a number of angles. In this episode, we talk with progressive pastor Darren Cushman Wood. Rev. Wood is one of the authors of the Indianapolis Plan, and he shares his thoughts about the separation protocol, the delay of General Conference, and his aspiration and hopes for a new progre…
 
How do we preach in an increasingly secular age? Dr. Joni Sancken of United Theological Seminary joins us, along with guest host Dr. Madeline Henners. We talk about the increasing secularization of the U.S. as it applies to mainline Protestantism, Methodism, and evangelicals, and David asks a question that never gets answered.…
 
Families of kids with disabilities very often have a hard time finding a place to go to church. Yet there are concrete steps that churches can take to welcome these kids and their families. Sue Hey is an occupational therapist who attends Stillwater UMC in Dayton. She joins us in this episode to talk about the Special Friends ministry she helped to…
 
The PT Crew heads to Cincinnati (okay, West Chester) for a live podcast at Faith Community UMC. Social media chupacabra Scott Kisker was under the weather, but Dr. Justus Hunter filled in like a champ. Our topic: How to be a Methodist in a world where it seems like right and wrong change all the time.…
 
The podcast crew talks with Rev. Sara Smith of www.liferecoveryspecialist.com. Sara is a graduate of United Theological Seminary and has also recently attended the Bethel School for Supernatural Ministry. We discuss emotional trauma and the way in which Jesus ministers to us and heals us. David gets really uncomfortable and the others have fun at h…
 
The PT crew talks with Adria Nuñez, who, along with her husband, Rev. Guillermo Leon Mighthy, pastors Central Havana Methodist Church in Cuba. The Cuban Methodist Church is in the midst of a Spirit-filled revival, and Adria talks to us about some of the great things they've experienced there, including the growth of their own congregation from 82 m…
 
John Wesley was deeply opposed to slavery, as his "Thoughts Upon Slavery" makes abundantly clear. Nevertheless, he doesn't always deal directly with passages of Scripture that were often used in support of slavery. He most likely read these passages in light of the "general tenor" of Scripture, which allowed him to express staunch opposition to sla…
 
John Wesley agreed with his friend George Whitefield on many things, but one topic on which they sharply disagreed was individual predestination. Wesley was an Arminian. Whitefield was a Calvinist. Wesley's sermon "Free Grace" shows how strong were his feelings about the matter. This rejection of individual predestination and the affirmation of fre…
 
John Wesley understood Scripture as an indispensable resource for Christian formation. In the preface to his Explanatory Notes Upon the Old Testament, he offered several practical suggestions on how to read Scripture so as to grow in faith. David looks at Wesley's instructions for reading Scripture in another episode of PT Shorts.…
 
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