Best fromholz podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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Sermons of The Venerable Fr. Michael J. McKinnon and others.
Sermons from Holy Trinity, a fresh expression of the Church of Ireland in Rathmines.
Two of three lectures given by Rabbi Aaron Panken, Temple Emanu-El scholar in residence, as part of our 2009 Emanu-El Learns program (Recorded at Temple Emanu-El NYC)
The sermon podcast of Holy Cross Evangelical Lutheran Church in Nazareth, Pennsylvania.
Stories from Hole In The Woods
Sunday morning and evening sermons from Holy Trinity Church, Norwich. More details from
Weekly Sermons from Holy Cross Lutheran Church. We serve the community of Athens, and the students of the University of Georgia, by preaching and living out the good news of Jesus Christ and his saving love for the world. We worship each week at 8:45 and 11:11 at Holy Cross Lutheran Church (800 Westlake Drive), and on Tuesday evenings at 8:00PM at the Presbyterian Student Center (1250 South Lumpkin Street) on the UGA campus.
Archdeacon Michael McKinnon discusses the vestments of the clergy within the context of Worship.
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This week, Alex Fromholz continued our "Rest, Reflect, Prepare" Series with a talk called 'Remember' from Joshua 4. She reminded us that our stories of when God showed up are only memories unless we actually tell them. Tune in on iTunes or Stitcher or visit for more!
This Sunday at Holy Trinity, Greg Fromholz continued our 'Rest, Reflect, Prepare' Series with a talk on the crossing of the Jordan in Joshua 3 and the solidarity of community. Website:
“In God, in community, we can find a place of belonging among strangers, and together we are strangers no more.” - Greg Fromholz Last Sunday, Greg Fromholz continued our 'Back to Basics' Series as he preached about 'Walls Vs. Tables' from Luke 12 and 14. iTunes: Stitcher: Website:…
This Sunday, we continued our Back to Basics Series as Greg Fromholz interviewed our Worship Director, Sherry Hazlett-Gallen about what it means to offer ourselves in worship and to know that we are loved.
This Sunday, Greg Fromholz continued our 'Dear Humanity, Love Matthew' series with a talk called 'Losing is Finding', an exploration of Matthew 10:24-39.
Show Notes: Felicity Fromholz has a fun subscription box journey. She began her journey by accident with Beauty Box 5, and now carries that experience into her role with Cratejoy. One of Felcity’s roles at Cratejoy has been managing the Subscription School community, among other projects. Email: Episode 26 Sponsors (click ...…
Last Sunday, Greg Fromholz began our prayer series on the theme of adoration and reminded us that 'wonder and intimacy are not what we are called to. They are what we are created for.'
Tom and Tim sat down for a Skype interview with director, writer & podcaster Greg Fromholz @gregfromholz from The Graveyard Shift to talk about his book 'Broken' and the great things that come from learning to work collaboratively with others.MERCH! out Greg's Kickstarter for the Tony Campolo documentary! ...…
Back from their summer hiatus, Scott Evans and Greg Fromholz share their interview with Rob Bell, recorded at The Sugar Club before his Dublin event in August. The lads somehow convinced Rob to play #50ShadesOfPray before the actual conversation that flows through mentoring, curiosity, community and more. (Alan Breen couldn't be there but joins ...…
Holy Trinity Last Sunday, @robdjones started our new interactive sermon series called 'Invited To The Table' where we'll be expl… about 4 days ago
Holy Trinity Last Sunday, @robdjones started our new interactive sermon series called 'Invited To The Table' where we'll be expl… about 4 days ago
1. So, what Does the Bible Say About Spiritual Fasting? In the Old Testament, God commanded Israel to observe several set times of fasting. For New Testament believers, fasting was neither commanded nor forbidden in the Bible. While early Christians were not required to fast, many practiced prayer and fasting regularly. Jesus himself affirmed i ...…
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