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Best Relationship With God podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Relationship With God podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Most people struggle to connect with God. We’ve created a Bible-based meditation podcast teaching you the skills to live from peace and grow your relationship with God. Cultivate Connection is a weekly podcast where you spend 30 minutes focusing on scriptures from the word of God. When you subscribe, you'll receive the latest podcast direct to your inbox every Thursday, helping you find strength and encouragement in the quiet places. Visit us online at https://www.cultivateconnection.com
 
Welcome to the weekly audio podcast for Athens Church in Athens, GA where our mission is to lead people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. Our desire is that this podcast will encourage you in your relationship with God. Visit us at athenschurch.com.
 
For over 110 years, God has used Lake Avenue Church to meet the spiritual needs of the San Gabriel and San Fernando valleys. Lake is a place where you can come knowing that your deepest needs will be addressed in the context of a relationship with God. Come! You will find answers that really work and friendships that sustain you.
 
I talk about how to get closer spiritually to the biblical Jesus. I discuss what it means to "walk after the Spirit" and to have a relationship with God. My experiences and scriptural exploration will help you to Know Jesus - and not just know about Him.
 
We are "a perfect church for imperfect people" and we accept everyone right where they are. Our church family is a multi-cultural, multi-generational and a multi-economical church, where you will find people of all races, backgrounds and walks of life that come together to worship God, grow in their relationship with God and discover Christ-centered relationships.
 
Did you know unicorns appear in the Bible? Or that your personality type could say something about your relationship with God? On C-POP, Taylor and Jessilyn discuss, debate and sometimes deride pop culture with a strong sense of humor and a focus on Christ.
 
The Mercy Street Community forms a beautiful mosaic of people diverse in our experiences and background, but common in our desire to seek a closer relationship with God and with each other. Whether you have faith, struggle with your faith, or have lost faith, Mercy Street opens its doors to people seeking a spiritual community. Join us each Saturday night for our weekly messages. Mercy Street creates a safe harbor of hope and transformation, so all may experience the radical grace of God!
 
Good Hope Church of Cloquet, MN, as a spirit-filled body of believers affiliated with the MN District of the Assemblies of God is committed to connecting with God in worship and prayer. We endeavor to bring people to a real relationship with Jesus Christ. Needs of families and the community are met through people rising up by the power of God to become who they were created to be.
 
The Blessed + Bossed Up Podcast was born in early 2018, taking over the platform formerly named the Black Girl Boss Podcast. It is hosted by Tatum Harrison, an entrepreneur from Washington, DC who realized that her entrepreneurial journey and spiritual journey were not intended to be separate, but rather one in the same. She creatively merges faith and business, teaching listeners how to grow in their personal endeavors, in their relationship with God, and their entrepreneurial endeavors. Ea ...
 
Using Creative Arts and Life Lessons to Deepen Your Relationship with God.Have you ever been inspired by a poem, a song, a painting that brought you to tears, your knees, or even back to the arms of God? Well, I have, and I love to use art as motivation to do good and to love God more than I already do right now.If you long to deepen your relationship with others, yourself, and God, then listen to this podcast weeklyto get a double dose of inspiration, art, plus the Word of God.James 4:8 say ...
 
We exist to glorify God, through Jesus Christ, by the preaching of His God-breathed word so that believers are sanctified (made more like Christ), sinners are saved (brought into relationship with God through Christ), and Christ-centered fellowship (mutual enjoyment of Christ) and ministry would produce lives captured with the single passion of knowing and serving Jesus Christ.
 
Be enriched and encouraged as you listen to the latest talks and music from River Church. We believe in a personal relationship with God which is made possible by the life, death and resurrection of his Son, Jesus Christ; and that relationship affects everything we do. Our experience is that the supernatural power of God, which we read about in the Bible, can still be known today in our own lives (You can expect one to three new MP3 podcast episodes each week).
 
Welcome to the weekly podcast of Elevation Church STL, where our mission is to take you HIGHER: in your relationship with God, in your relationships with others, and in your service in the world. Find more information at elevationSTL.com, or download the Elevation Church STL App. The weekly podcast of Elevation Church, led by Pastor Daniel Taylor.
 
The mission of this church is to serve those English-speaking Coptic individuals and families, as well as serve those who have converted to Coptic Christianity by offering only English and Coptic service. By God’s hand, we strive for an organized and thriving church that will nurture a sense of fellowship within its congregation, and focus on raising its youth with diligence, so that future generations may understand and fully appreciate the beauty of the holy sacraments and enjoy an intimat ...
 
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Taylor Berglund and author Scarlet Hiltibidal can both relate to the topic of today's episode: fear and anxiety. In the first half, Taylor shares about how he was terrified of everything as a kid, and then breaks down the five movie, TV and game moments that scared him the most growing up. Then, in the second half, Scarlet shares her own testimony …
 
It can be difficult to manage our emotions on a normal day, but even more difficult during the quarantine. In this podcast episode, Browns Bridge staff member, Tim Cooper, has a helpful conversation with Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Andy Ward, about the emotional, psychological, and spiritual effects of COVID-19 and how we can take our thoughts capti…
 
Taylor Berglund shares some of his greatest social media fails, including the "Mount Rushmore of Platforms I Don't Understand" and that one time his ex-girlfriend sent him violent Viking love poems on Pinterest. Then he talks to a real expert--NRB's Daniel Darling--about how Christians should really use social media to communicate well. How can we …
 
Taylor Berglund shares three of his best suggestions for finding hope when all you feel is anxiety and despair. Then musician Micah Tyler shares how God used a difficult season of his life to inspire his new album, New Today. Micah tells Taylor about his own story, what God has taught him and what he hopes people take away from the new album…
 
About this episode: In this week’s episode of the Powerhouse Series, Tatum and Roslyn Postlewaite discuss the importance of spending time with God and how to find a system that works for you. Time Stamps: 6:48- How do I build a relationship with God for myself? 10:45 - It is so important to just be yourself before God 11:18 - God does not need you …
 
One of your hosts, Joshua, was invited to be part of a discussion online with Bob Prater, Arnita Taylor & Wayne Jacobsen to talk about their book "A Language of Healing for a Polarized Nation." The discussion was about dealing with young people and learning how walk in the language of healing. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest …
 
There’s a story widely circulating in the culture. You were born good. Something happened, and your inner self was wounded. To find your true self is your life’s purpose and the ultimate pathway to true happiness, satisfaction and pleasure. Any form of difficulty, commitment, push back or restriction is a threat to finding who you're meant to be an…
 
While we don't always choose our circumstances, we do have the ability to choose our responses. But the response that has the potential to reverse the natural course of things isn't natural at all. Subscribe to stay updated with the latest content. Follow Woodstock City Church: YouTube Instagram Twitter Facebook Website…
 
While we don't always choose our circumstances, we do have the ability to choose our responses. The response that has the potential to reverse the natural course of things isn't natural at all. Subscribe to stay updated with the latest content. Follow North Point Community Church: YouTube Instagram Twitter Facebook Website…
 
While we don't always choose our circumstances, we do have the ability to choose our responses. But the response that has the potential to reverse the natural course of things isn't natural at all. Subscribe to stay updated with the latest content. Follow Decatur City Church: YouTube Twitter Instagram Facebook Website…
 
While we don't always choose our circumstances, we do have the ability to choose our responses. But the response that has the potential to reverse the natural course of things isn't natural at all. Subscribe to stay updated with the latest content. Follow Browns Bridge Church: YouTube Instagram Twitter Facebook Website…
 
Mark Sayers is one of the most profound thinkers and cultural commentators today. In this interview, Mark explains how the current pandemic almost instantly deconstructed and threatened both consumer Christianity and secular salvation, he shares principles on how to lead through the COVID crisis, and offers some insight into what the new post-pande…
 
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