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TGC Podcast

The Gospel Coalition

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The Gospel Coalition Podcast features keynote and breakout sessions from our national, regional, and women's conferences. We exist to equip the next generation of believers, pastors, and church leaders to shape life and ministry around the gospel.
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Gospelbound

The Gospel Coalition, Collin Hansen

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Gospelbound, hosted by Collin Hansen for The Gospel Coalition, is a podcast for those searching for firm faith in an anxious age. Each week, Collin talks with insightful guests about books, ideas, and how to navigate life by the gospel of Jesus Christ in a post-Christian culture.
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Read The Bible

The Gospel Coalition

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Read the Bible features devotional commentaries from D.A. Carson’s book For the Love of God (vol. 1) that follow the M’Cheyne Bible reading plan. This podcast is designed to be used alongside TGC's Read The Bible initiative (TGC.org/readthebible).
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Jon Patton and Adam Kraut host this weekly discussion covering everything from the latest firearms industry news to current political events and everything in between. Joined by guests from a variety of backgrounds and professions within the firearms industry, the TGC Podcast is a fun and engaging audio experience.
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The Gospel Coalition

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Each week, we’re joined by Council members of The Gospel Coalition Council and friends who provide biblical perspective on your most pressing questions. Whatever your doubts or questions may be, this is a space where we hope to share biblical insight into life’s questions together.
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Trinity Grace Church

Trinity Grace Church

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Explore what it means to follow Jesus Christ within the cultural context of New York City. Join the pastoral team at Trinity Grace Church (TGC) for sermons, teachings, and conversations recorded live at our weekly worship gathering in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn. Each episode is framed and contextualized specifically for our local congregation and city. This podcast is a production of Trinity Grace Church, a non-denominational Christian church in New York City. Our vision as a ch ...
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TGC Canada Podcast

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The Gospel Coalition Canada podcast aims to equip and to encourage Christians to understand the Gospel for all of life. It hosts conversations among church leaders, the ‘Worship God’ Podcast for worship leaders and teams, and lastly Gospel-centred talks and sermons.
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You're Not Crazy

Sam Allberry, Ray Ortlund, The Gospel Coalition

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Are you a young pastor who might be tempted to give up, to even hate the ministry, wondering what on earth you signed up for? In this new podcast, pastors Ray Ortlund and Sam Allberry set out to encourage and remind you that you're not crazy.
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Cricket is great if you're into things like wasted youth, failed relationships, sun damage and broken dreams. A weekly show featuring news, views and interviews with major names from across the cricket scene.
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Recorded

The Gospel Coalition

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Psalm 102 reminds us to record what God has done so that future generations will praise him. The Gospel Coalition's story-telling podcast, Recorded, chronicles a variety of stories of God’s redemptive and transformative work. These narratives testify to the beauty of the gospel on display in this generation—in many places and in surprising ways. Whether your faith is strong or struggling, tune in to Recorded for encouraging snapshots of God’s faithfulness, nearness, and love.
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Help Me Teach The Bible

The Gospel Coalition, Nancy Guthrie

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Help Me Teach the Bible is a podcast hosted by Nancy Guthrie. In each episode, she talks to the best Bible teachers and preachers of our day to find out how they teach through specific books of the Bible.
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The Grey Company Podcast

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The Grey Company (TGC) covers The Lord of the Rings living card game in depth. Each episode delves into a particular subject on the popular game, from deck building and meta-game to specific quest strategies and lore.
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Deal Us In is a podcast brought to you by McGuireWoods. Deal Us In promotes the advancement of women in private equity and finance through conversations with women leaders and rising stars in the private equity and finance space. These conversations provide both insights and practical takeaways to inform your deal work and enhance the culture of your organization. If you’re ready to drive the industry toward a more inclusive and diverse environment then, it’s time to come to the table. If yo ...
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THEOTIVITY is a podcast where theology and creativity come together. Many Christians and creatives today are ill-equipped to deal with the challenges of increasingly secular culture. Yet creatives tend to be the influencers and creators of culture's icons that shape our societies. We need a robust and biblical understanding of theology so that we can apply it to today's issues. On this podcast, you'll find audio narrations of articles, interviews with Christian thinkers and creatives, and co ...
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The Spurgeon Fellowship Spokane, in partnership with Inland Northwest Cooperative, seeks to encourage and equip pastors in the Inland Northwest regional area. For more information visit https://www.inlandnorthwestcooperative.org/ If you are experiencing a technical difficulty with this podcast or one of the episodes please contact Jason at jjupchurch@yahoo.com.
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TSVP Radio Theater Podcast

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The TSVP Radio Theater Podcast presents classic, contemporary, and original imaginative audio productions, including recorded, staged, and live streamed performances before live audiences. In addition to showcasing performances, the podcast is dedicated to promoting and celebrating the craft of local theater.
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The Gym Closet (A Krave Gym Podcast) is for ATHLETES by ATHLETES. You were born an Athlete, You'll die an Athlete, it's in your DNA. Tyler Robinson, Owner/Strength & Conditioning Coach @ Krave Gym & co-host and Wife Amber Robinson, Owner/Strength Coach & Boss Babe, talk about what it means to live like an athlete. Whether you have a Krave Gym in your state or not learn how to JOIN THE TEAM!
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In this breakout session at TGC23, Jen Wilkin discusses how the ideals of individualism, personal fulfillment, and self-directed paths to happiness can negatively affect family relationships. Wilkin teaches parents how to regain a deep focus on the shared space we call home and foster a family environment of biblical values, love, safety, and true …
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SIGN UP FOR PRESALE ON PATREON General sale goes live HERE 10am Friday (New York Time). After sold-out live tours to India, the UK, and Australia, The Grade Cricketer embarks on a debut US odyssey, playing a special, one-off Broadway show at New York’s historic Town Hall Theatre on June 10th to coincide with the T20 World Cup. Hot on the heels of N…
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In this episode Dr. Schulz and I discuss his new book Anatomy of an Implosion. ----more---- Host: Fr. Jason Braaten (@RevBraats) Regular Guest: Dr. Gregory Schulz ----more---- Become a Patron! You can subscribe to the Journal here: https://www.gottesdienst.org/subscribe/ You can read the Gottesblog here: https://www.gottesdienst.org/gottesblog/ You…
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Two specifications in Leviticus 17 constrained the ancient Israelite who wished to remain faithful to the covenant. The first (17:1–9) limited sacrifices to what the mosaic covenant mandates and sanctions. Apparently some Israelites were offering sacrifices in the open fields, wherever they happened to be (17:5). Doubtless some of these were genuin…
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God is so wonderfully generous in his self-disclosure. He has not revealed himself to this race of rebels in some stinting way, but in nature, by his Spirit, in his Word, in great events in redemptive history, in institutions that he ordained to unveil his purposes and his nature, even in our very makeup. (We bear the imago Dei.) Psalm 19 depicts t…
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David wrote Psalm 18 after the Lord had delivered him from the hand of Saul and all his enemies. It is a joyous, grateful psalm. Some of the same themes we found in Psalms 16 and 17 are repeated here. But among the new elements in this psalm are the following. First, the language of this psalm abounds in colorful nature metaphors (especially in vv.…
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Welcome back to The Gun Collective podcast. This week, our host Jon Patton is talking with Travis White, CEO of Firearms Regulator Accountability Coalition aka FRAC. Please support our sponsors Blackout Coffee and Vertx! https://www.blackoutcoffee.com/TGC – use TGC for a discount! https://www.vertx.com – use code TGC for at least 15% off! For Show …
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Psalm 17 is a prayer for vindication. Certainly David knows that he is not always righteous (see Ps. 51!). But in particular circumstances, the believing man or woman may well be certain that he or she has acted with utter integrity, with transparent righteousness. That is the case with David here. If in such instances opponents lie about you or se…
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Observe the pattern of capital letters: “I said to the LORD, ‘You are my Lord; apart from you I have no good thing’” (Ps. 16:2). In other words, addressing Yahweh (“LORD”), David confesses him “Lord,” his Master; then he adds, “Apart from you I have no good thing.” (1) Looked at one way, these words delimit what is good, and thereby almost define t…
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In this episode of Gospelbound, Collin Hansen and Claude Atcho discuss the relevance of the Samaritan woman's encounter with Jesus (John 4) for Christian witness in contemporary society. Atcho emphasizes the power of personal transformation through Jesus Christ as foundational to effective apologetics, advocating for sharing one's genuine experienc…
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Two pastors thinking out loud about the upcoming Gospel reading. This episode is devoted to the Gospel reading for The Third Sunday of Easter, John 10:11–16. ----more---- Host: Fr. Jason Braaten Regular Guest: Fr. Dave Petersen ----more---- Become a Patron! You can subscribe to the Journal here: https://www.gottesdienst.org/subscribe/ You can read …
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In this meditation, I want to bring two passages together: “I am the LORD your God; consecrate yourselves and be holy, because I am holy. Do not make yourselves unclean by any creature that moves about on the ground. I am the LORD who brought you up out of Egypt to be your God; therefore be holy, because I am holy” (Lev. 11:44–45); “The fool says i…
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In Leviticus 8 Aaron and his sons, under a ritual prescribed by God, are ordained as priests. In Leviticus 9, they begin their ministry. Here in Leviticus 10, still within the seven days of their ordination rites, two of Aaron’s sons, Nadab and Abihu, put coals in their censers and add incense, apparently thinking that they will add something to th…
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Psalm 10 continues the theme of the justice and judgment of God, now slanted away from the more immediate and personal issue of justice for David when he feels betrayed by his enemies and toward a more general treatment. Where is God when evil people triumph? “Why, O LORD, do you stand far off? Why do you hide yourself in times of trouble?” (10:1).…
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At the beginning of the American experiment in democracy, the Founding Fathers adopted several stances, accepted by few today, that were deeply indebted to the Judeo-Christian heritage. This is not to say that the Founding Fathers were all Christians. Many weren’t; they were vague deists. But among these biblical assumptions was the belief that hum…
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In their conversation at TGC23, Collin Hansen, Michael Graham, and Christopher Watkin discuss Tim Keller’s vision for cultural engagement and its future application. Reflecting on Hansen's book, Timothy Keller: His Spiritual and Intellectual Formation, the panel talks about the people and the events that formed Keller’s spiritual life and ministry …
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Psalm 7 is the second of fourteen psalms that are linked in the title to some historical event (the first is Ps. 3). We cannot know the details, but clearly David felt terribly betrayed when he was falsely charged by someone close to him who should have known better. We shall focus on the last four verses (7:15-17): He who is pregnant with evil and…
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In this episode of book talk, the author and I discuss his new book Leadership & Emotional Sabotage. ----more---- Host: Fr. Jason Braaten (@RevBraats) Regular Guest: Dr. Joe Rigney (@joe_rigney) ----more---- Become a Patron! You can subscribe to the Journal here: https://www.gottesdienst.org/subscribe/ You can read the Gottesblog here: https://www.…
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At the beginning of Leviticus 6, the Lord lays down through Moses what must take place when someone in the covenant community has lied to a neighbor about something entrusted to him, has cheated him, has lied about recovered property so that he can keep it, or has committed perjury or a range of other sins. Two observations will clarify what these …
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Imagine a complex, well-ordered society such that in every area of life there are actions that make a person dirty and further prescribed actions that make that person clean. When you get up in the morning, you wear clothes of certain kinds of fabric, but not others. There are clean foods and unclean foods. If a spot of mold appears on the wall of …
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In this episode of Gospelbound, Collin Hansen and Melissa Kruger offer hope and encouragement to parents as they discuss the challenges of Christian parenting in a secular age. They explore the importance of grounding parenting in the gospel, emphasizing the need for hope, trust in God's purposes, and the application of grace. The conversation also…
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Two pastors thinking out loud about the upcoming Gospel reading. This episode is devoted to the Gospel reading for The Second Sunday of Easter, John 20:19-31. ----more---- Host: Fr. Jason Braaten Regular Guest: Fr. Dave Petersen ----more---- Become a Patron! You can subscribe to the Journal here: https://www.gottesdienst.org/subscribe/ You can read…
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The First Psalm is sometimes designated a wisdom psalm. In large part this designation springs from the fact that it offers two ways, and only two ways — the way of the righteous (Ps.1:1-3) and the way of the wicked (1:4-5), with a final summarizing contrast (1:6). The first three verses, describing the righteous person, fall naturally into three s…
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After the remarkable exchange that reinstates Peter, Jesus quietly tells him that this discipleship will someday cost him his life: “When you are old you will stretch out your hands, and someone else will dress you and lead you where you do not want to go” (John 21:18). If the prediction itself has some ambiguity, by the time John records it here a…
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Thomas gets a lot of bad press—“Doubting Thomas,” we call him. Yet the reason he doubts that Jesus has risen from the dead may have more to do with the fact that he was not present when Jesus first appeared to the apostolic band (John 20:19–25). It is entirely obvious that any of the others would have fared any better if they had been absent on the…
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The closing lines of Exodus 40 tie together several important themes already introduced, and anticipate several others. Here the construction of the tabernacle is complete, along with the vestments and accoutrements for priestly service. “Then the cloud covered the Tent of Meeting, and the glory of the LORD filled the tabernacle” (40:34). This must…
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When Pilate asks Jesus whether or not he is “the king of the Jews” (John 18:33), what interests him is whether or not Jesus presents some sort of political threat. Is he one of these nationalistic, self-proclaimed “messiahs” who are intent on wresting authority from the Roman superpower? If so, he must suffer a capital sentence. When Jesus finally …
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Welcome back to The Gun Collective podcast. This week, our host Jon Patton is talking with Jared from Guns & Gadgets. Please support our sponsors Blackout Coffee and Vertx! https://www.blackoutcoffee.com/TGC https://www.vertx.com – use code TGC for at least 15% off! The post The Gun Collective Podcast 125 – 2A, Morals & Guns appeared first on Firea…
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Two pastors thinking out loud about the upcoming Gospel reading. This episode is devoted to the Gospel reading for The Resurrection of Our Lord (Easter Day), Mark 16:1-8. ----more---- Host: Fr. Jason Braaten Regular Guest: Fr. Dave Petersen ----more---- Become a Patron! You can subscribe to the Journal here: https://www.gottesdienst.org/subscribe/ …
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