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Colonial Presbyterian Church

Colonial Presbyterian Church

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Podcasts featuring messages from Lead Pastor Jim West, as well as associate pastors and guest speakers. Join in person for worship Sundays! Overland Park Campus 8/9/10:30 AM or South Kansas City Campus 10:30 AM. And if you can't make it, we are LIVE online at 10:30 AM, colonialkc.org/watch.
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Redeemer West Side

Redeemer Presbyterian Church West Side

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Welcome to the podcast of Redeemer West Side. Our church is located on Manhattan's Upper West Side where we are living out the sacred call by Jesus to love our neighbors and heal our city.
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Growing Together

Mission to North America

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Growing Together is a podcast dedicated to exploring church planting and vitality in the Presbyterian Church in America. Our goal is to connect leaders, increase awareness of the work being done through the denomination, and promote growth in the PCA through informative and engaging discussions. Tune in and participate in the movement as we grow together.
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John Chua, the pastor of Chinese Christian Church of Virginia and the Director of MNA City Lights Chinese Ministries, joins us to discuss this new ministry. He shares who City Lights is seeking to reach, what we are seeing with immigration to the US and Canada, and the opportunities we have to reach Mandarin and Cantonese speaking Chinese. Learn mo…
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TODAY’S SCRIPTURE | Matthew 18:21-35 One YouTube comment said, “Unforgiveness is definitely the flavor of the day.” We live in a time and age where giving and receiving forgiveness is an uncommon experience, and yet we all desire it. The parable of the unforgiving servant by Jesus gives us a picture of why Christians are called to forgive and how w…
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TODAY’S SCRIPTURE | Luke 18:1-8 Does God hear our prayer? Jesus shows us that even an unjust judge will respond to persistent requests. If this is true for flawed human beings, how much more will our perfectly loving and just God answer the prayers of those who persistently seek Him? Christians can keep praying, keep seeking, keep knocking—and neve…
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Remember that God’s nature is to love and show mercy to His enemies. That doesn’t mean that He devalues justice, but wherever there is a bit of repentance, His nature is to forgive and to be patient, even when people continue to get it wrong. That was true for the Ninevites, that was true for us, and that remains true for those who offend and threa…
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The Ninevites repented at the preaching of Jonah. The Ninevites repented and turned from their wicked ways when they encountered the Sign of Jonah. And the men of Nineveh will rise up and condemn this evil generation because they repented at the preaching of Jonah, and behold, something greater than Jonah is here! Support the Show. Thanks for liste…
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TODAY’S SCRIPTURE | James 5:19-20 Is restoration possible? James describes the gospel's missional compassion. For those who have strayed from the truth or fallen into destructive patterns, hope remains for them to be restored to a relationship with God. James inspires Christians to engage in compassionate outreach to bring others back to a vibrant …
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Do you know the shepherd? The good shepherd that prepares a table before me in the presence of my enemies and overflows my cup, so that everyone and everything around me is affected by His goodness. Do you know the shepherd that gave his life for me, so I can live my life for him. Do you know the shepherd? If you don’t know Him. You need to get to …
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TODAY’S SCRIPTURE | James 5:7-12 What do we do when we have no control? James describes patience in the face of waiting for the Lord to return. This passage tells Christians to trust in God's timing and purpose during challenging seasons, finding strength in enduring faith. Our moment of history is merely the beginning of the full restoration of al…
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