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Host Paul John Roach and his guests find the mystical core and explore the perennial philosophy amidst the infinite variety of the world’s religions and spiritual traditions. Paul emphasizes the practical application of spiritual wisdom imparted from poets, writers, philosophers, mystics, and scriptures in order to foster a deeper awareness and understanding in our everyday lives. Explore over 650 shows with thought leaders and spiritual teachers. #PaulJohnRoach.com
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Truth Transforms

Mind Body Spirit.fm

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Find the Truth within yourself that heals, reveals, guides, and transforms. Host Gaylon McDowell focuses on the practical aspects of New Thought teachings, starting with forgiveness, spiritual healing, prosperity, and living a life of freedom and self-expression. Deeper aspects range from meditation and mind power to metaphysical Bible interpretation.
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Fixing Chicago

Paul Bryan Roach

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Chicago, weighing in at 2.7 million souls, punches above its weight as a world-renowned city of Arts and Culture, Industry, Finance, Retail, Education, Architecture, Transportation, Politics, Healthcare, Science, Innovation, Dining, Tourism, Sports, and more. It is also notorious for over a century of violence, crime, and political irregularities. Add to that decades of generally low performance within the Chicago Public Schools, the persistent scourge of a drug culture and broken families, ...
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Rev. Gaylon McDowell interviews the Rev. Paul John Roach, Unity minister and author of the book “Unity and World Religions” about the ideas of oneness and consciousness transformation found in New Thought and several world religions. Find Rev. Gaylon McDowell and the Truth Transforms community on Facebook Learn more about your ad choices. Visit meg…
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In this series, Rev. McDowell explores the teachings of Neville Goddard as taught in his book “Your Faith is Your Fortune.” This episode focuses on chapter six “I Am He” and it focuses on why consciousness is only cause of all manifestation. Find Rev. Gaylon McDowell and the Truth Transforms community on Facebook Learn more about your ad choices. V…
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In this series, Rev. McDowell explores the teachings of Neville Goddard as taught in his book “Your Faith is Your Fortune.” This episode focuses on chapter five “Who Am I?” And it focuses on accepting that I Am within every person is Lord and Savior or the conditions of the world. Find Rev. Gaylon McDowell on Facebook Learn more about your ad choic…
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Rev. McDowell interviews the Rev. Shad Groverland, the CEO of Unity Worldwide Ministries about what Unity is, what Unity offers to people, and how to help our expand the impact of Unity and the New Thought movement Check out Rev. Gaylon McDowell on Facebook Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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Rev. Gaylon McDowell interviews the Rev. Valarie McGee, the Prayer Ministry Director of Christ Universal Temple about how Mastermind prayers and groups work. The focus is on how Mastermind groups help people manifest their good more effectively. Find Rev. Gaylon McDowell on Facebook Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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In this series, Rev. McDowell explores the teachings of Neville Goddard as taught in his book “Your Faith is Your Fortune.” This episode focuses on chapter four “Whom Seek Ye?” and Rev. McDowell focuses on how their awareness of being is Lord and Master of every manifestation. Connect with Rev. Gaylon McDowell on Facebook Learn more about your ad c…
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In this series, Rev. McDowell explores the teachings of Neville Goddard as taught in his book “Your Faith is Your Fortune.” This episode focuses on chapter three, “The Principle of Truth” and it focuses on how consciousness is the Father, what you are conscious of being is the Son, and how what you are conscious of being expresses itself (The Holy …
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The Bible tells us that God loves justice (Psalm 99:4). But is it intrinsic to his very nature? Can we be sure? In this seminar, Paul Mallard, FIEC Director for the West Midlands and chair of the FIEC Theology Team, and Sarah Allen, a pastor's wife in Huddersfield and member of the FIEC Theology Team, explore the topic of God's justice. They explai…
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In this series, Rev. McDowell explores the teachings of Neville Goddard as taught in his book “Your Faith is Your Fortune.” This episode focuses on chapter two, “You Shall Decree.” Rev/ McDowell teaches how consciousness is always decreeing, creating, and attracting experiences. Find out more about Neville Goddard Connect with Rev. Gaylon McDowell …
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In this series, Rev. McDowell explores the teachings of Neville Goddard as taught in his book “Your Faith is Your Fortune.” This episode focuses on chapter one, “Before Abraham Was” and Rev. McDowell teaches how the pure potentiality of Spirit and consciousness creates experiences. Find Rev. Gaylon McDowell and the Truth Transforms community on Fac…
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In this series, Rev. McDowell teaches the spiritual and mental healing laws taught in the book “The Dynamic Laws of Healing” by Catherine Ponder and espoused by the New Thought Movement. This episode focuses on how giving financial, along with your time and talent can be a healing power for your body. The focus is on how systematic giving creates s…
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In this series, Rev. McDowell teaches the spiritual and mental healing laws taught in the book “The Dynamic Laws of Healing” by Catherine Ponder and espoused by the New Thought Movement. This episode focuses on how the soul cleansing process called chemicalization, a process of how internal commotion happens when new thoughts of Truth clash will ol…
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Independent churches are free to stand firm for biblical truth whilst reflecting the diversity of their individual contexts.In this interview, John Stevens (FIEC National Director) discusses Independency: is it biblical?; what are its advantages?; what are its challenges?This video was recorded at The Hub, FIEC's conference for those exploring the …
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In this series, Rev. McDowell teaches the spiritual and mental healing laws taught in the book “The Dynamic Laws of Healing” by Catherine Ponder and espoused by the New Thought Movement. This episode focuses on a secret prayer method that focuses on writing healing letters to the higher self or angel of another person for spiritual healing. Find Re…
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In this series, Rev. McDowell teaches the spiritual and mental healing laws taught in the book “The Dynamic Laws of Healing” by Catherine Ponder and espoused by the New Thought Movement. This episode focuses on how to use the imaging power of the mind to create mental patterns of health that project the image of health on the cells of the body. Lea…
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Jesus shows his love for his sheep by laying down his life for them. How you love Jesus' sheep is a sign of your love for him. Graham Thomson (pastor at Spen Valley Church in West Yorkshire) speaks from Matthew 25:31-46 at The Hub 2024. You can watch a video of this talk and get more resources for church leaders on ⁠the FIEC website⁠. About The Hub…
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How should we live and minister in the world as we wait in expectation for the coming return of Christ? If we want to honour the Lord Jesus and know his welcome when he returns, we need to live out the life he's given us as we fully expect his return. Graham Thomson (pastor at Spen Valley Church in West Yorkshire) speaks from Matthew 25:1-30 at The…
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There is an intensity to Christian ministry that we must hold in tension: the cost and the joy; the privilege and the pain; the blessing and the burden. Adrian Reynolds (FIEC Head of National Ministries) speaks from Hebrews 12:1-3 on the nobility of Christian ministry and the costs to Christian ministry: two sides that church leaders must hold in t…
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In this series, Rev. McDowell teaches the spiritual and mental healing laws taught in the book “The Dynamic Laws of Healing” by Catherine Ponder and espoused by the New Thought Movement. This episode focuses on how to invoke the healing power of God by affirming the words “I Am” with positive words. Rev. McDowell teaches how to affirm and meditate …
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In this series, Rev. McDowell teaches the spiritual and mental healing laws taught in the book “The Dynamic Laws of Healing” by Catherine Ponder and espoused by the New Thought Movement. This episode focuses on how to invoke the healing power of God by affirming and meditating on the name Jesus Christ. Rev. McDowell teaches how to align with the hi…
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Rev. McDowell interviews Olivia S. Benson, the author of the book “For the Love of My Father: A Spiritual Guide for Women Healing from the Absence of a Father in the Age of Spiritual Evolution” about how to heal from broken parental and family relationships. Connect with Rev. Gaylon McDowell www.gaylonmcdowell.com Find Rev. Gaylon McDowell and the …
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In this series, Rev. McDowell teaches the spiritual and mental healing laws taught in the book “The Dynamic Laws of Healing” by Catherine Ponder and espoused by the New Thought Movement. This episode focuses on the healing power love to harmonize the mind and body. Rev. McDowell teaches how to use speak words of love and how to meditate on divine l…
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In this series, Rev. McDowell teaches the spiritual and mental healing laws taught in the book “The Dynamic Laws of Healing” by Catherine Ponder and espoused by the New Thought Movement. This episode focuses on the healing power of affirmation. Rev. McDowell teaches how to use the power of the spoken word for for healing, by using affirmative praye…
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In this series, Rev. McDowell teaches the spiritual and mental healing laws taught in the book “The Dynamic Laws of Healing” by Catherine Ponder and espoused by the New Thought Movement. This episode focuses on the healing power of release. Rev. McDowell teaches how releasing people and experiences to their highest good can remove the mental and em…
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There are reasons for optimism when we look at the growth of the gospel in FIEC and its churches over the past year. In 2023, we find ourselves in a post-Christian context with a declining institutional church, making Christians in an ever-decreasing minority. Yet evangelical churches - that faithfully proclaim Christ, provide a warm welcome, and c…
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How can the church be a clear voice when it comes to beginning and end-of-life issues such as abortion and euthanasia? James Mildred, Director of Communications and Engagement at Christian Action, Research, and Education (CARE), and Pete Killingley, Head of Church Engagement at CARE, explain what the current challenges are, and help us think about …
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Much of what passes for the pursuit of justice can be tinged with a hint (or more) of cultural superiority. How can we serve people well without becoming paternalistic or colonial? In this seminar, Inonge Siluka, founder of Restored Hope Zambia, will help us see how actions and words can often be unwise and misunderstood and how we can serve others…
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What place does the church have in bringing healing to a fractured world when it comes to race? In this seminar, Jason Roach, Director of Ministries at London City Mission, explores how the church can both lead the way in how it relates to all its members but also speak clearly and winsomely into a debate which is often divisive and sometimes bitte…
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There is both a long history and much debate about working for justice in the world around us.In this seminar, Graham Beynon, FIEC Head of Local Ministries, clarifies the key issues, sketches the territory, and helps churches navigate their way forward.An audience Q&A follows, moderated by Phil Topham, FIEC's Executive Director.This seminar is from…
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Can we love and be concerned for God’s creation without going liberal? Or is the caricature valid that we either care for gospel mission or the world, but not both? In this seminar, Dave Gobbett, pastor of Highfields Church in Cardiff, helps us to see what true stewardship of the world looks like. You can order a copy of Dave's book The Environment…
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What administrative and operational burdens do you currently carry? What would happen if you could raise up gifted administrators that would release you from this burden and enhance the work and ministry of the gospel? Gavin Smith, founder of The Church Office, leads a seminar focused on people, structures, and workflows to help identify some pract…
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David VanDrunen’s Living in God's Two Kingdoms gives us one model of how Christians should engage with issues of justice. Is it helpful or are there better models? Are we at liberty to reach different conclusions about cultural engagement and issues of justice? Paul Mallard, chair of the FIEC Theology Team, hosts this panel discussion with Dan Stra…
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How can ministry leaders keep on going in the complexity, frustrations, and suffering of local church life without burning out or becoming cynical? In this seminar, Sarah Allen and Lewis Allen, both serving at Hope Church in Huddersfield, help leaders think through some helpful steps for pastoral resilience. You can watch a video of this seminar on…
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Younger adults seem increasingly reluctant to take on responsibility in the local church. How do we encourage them to see the call to leadership positively? In this seminar, Peter Dray, one of the directors of UCCF, explores this issue and helps us explore how we can invest in younger leaders, especially when resources are limited. You can get the …
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We know legal compliance is important, but there is a danger that church policies and procedures are a dry, tick-box exercise, rather than a living reality. In this seminar, staff from Edward Connor Solicitors aim to change your mind about the law, sharing some top tips about how the law can be worked into your church relationships, to work out rig…
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Paul calls Timothy to care for widows who are really in need (1 Timothy 5:3). Jonathan Parkinson, CEO of Caring for Life, helps us think about who the marginalised groups are today and how we can serve and help them. This seminar is from the 2023 FIEC Leaders' Conference held in Blackpool from 6-8 November 2023. About FIEC: We are ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠a fello…
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What does it mean to be just as we think about the relationships and partnerships that exist between churches, especially where there are disparities or differences in size, resources, culture and social standing? Pastor of Hardwick Baptist Church Matt Oliver helps us consider this and think about what can be practically done to overcome such injus…
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How does a right view of the justice of God shape our mission and desire to see the unsaved escape the judgement of God through the mercy of Christ? Steve Palframan, pastor of West Kilburn Baptist Church in London, explores how applying the paradigm of justice will change the way we think of world mission in particular. This seminar is from the 202…
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How can a right view of justice help a church to be effective as it welcomes those with neurodivergence – such as autism - in both adults and children? In this seminar, Kay Morgan-Gurr, co-founder of the Additional Needs Alliance, helps us consider what practical and spiritual steps need to be taken to teach the whole church family these important …
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Justice issues have long been difficult for evangelicals to grapple with. What is it about our theology that makes it difficult for us to deal well with these important issues? Yannick Christos-Wahab, Martin Salter, and the FIEC Theology Team help us to consider this question. This seminar is from the 2023 FIEC Leaders' Conference held in Blackpool…
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How do we answer the powerful claim that complementarianism is inherently unjust? How can we pursue gender justice in the church whilst apparently distinguishing so starkly between those who equally share God’s image? Linda Allcock, staff member at The Globe Church and teacher at London Seminary’s Flourish course, helps us think through these impor…
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Having justified his people, God calls his people to be just in their life together. In this seminar, Graham Beynon, FIEC Head of Local Ministries, looks at Biblical examples, identifies key principles, and reflects on contemporary applications. An audience Q&A follows, moderated by Phil Topham, FIEC's Executive Director. This seminar is from the D…
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God is the source of justice and only acts justly in his world. By contrast we so often pervert justice. In this seminar, Graham Beynon, FIEC Head of Local Ministries, helps us consider how God's justice - and our injustice - changes our perspective and life together. An audience Q&A follows, moderated by Phil Topham, FIEC's Executive Director. Thi…
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The ‘not quite’ election of Kate Forbes as First Minister in Scotland has once again raised the question of whether Christians can get stuck into politics. Tim Farron, MP and host of Premier’s ‘A Mucky Business’ podcast, and James Mildred, Director of Communications and Engagement at Christian Action, Research, and Education (CARE), will help us un…
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In this series, Rev. McDowell teaches the spiritual and mental healing laws taught in the book “The Dynamic Laws of Healing” by Catherine Ponder and espoused by the New Thought Movement. This episode focuses on the healing power of forgiveness. Rev. McDowell emphasizes why the holding on to anger, fears, disappointment, frustration, and similar emo…
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A place of perfect justice is coming, a place of delight and joy. Injustice will not be remembered, nor need to be, as wrongs are righted. We will be glad in God and he will be delighted in us. There will be no weeping or crying because God will eliminate the cause of all tears. So, let us point to the God who will put an end to injustice forever. …
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Jesus was sent in the power of the Spirit to proclaim the good news of the kingdom of God to the world, and now his people are too. The church needs to be the just community it is called to be. John Stevens (FIEC National Director) preached from Isaiah 61:1-11 to show how the work of the church is not simply to enjoy God’s justice, but to display i…
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Isaiah wrote: "You who call on the Lord, give yourselves no rest, and give him no rest till he establishes Jerusalem and makes her the praise of the earth." (Isaiah 62:6-7) Matt Oliver (Pastor, Hardwick Baptist Church) preached from Isaiah 62 to boldly encourage us to give God “no rest” as we gathered to pray for gospel work in our churches and our…
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Jason Roach (Director of Ministries, London City Mission) helps us see how the justice of God is declared in the work of the cross and justification, preaching from Isaiah 52:13-53:12. Jesus is the servant that Isaiah spoke of, who would bring true justice to the world. He is a wise servant, who was also despised and suffered as our substitute. He …
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The foundation for our 2023 conference was to understand and rejoice in the character of God – and in particular his justice. He will do and does do right in his world. Ray Brown opened the conference by preaching from Isaiah 1:21-31: that God’s wrath at the failure of his people to exercise justice reveals the deep heart of the Father, and that th…
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