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Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick and Ancient Faith Radio

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Exploring the Tolkien Legendarium with the Christian Faith - Join Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick, Richard Rohlin and their guest co-hosts as they explore the life, works and Middle-earth legendarium of author J. R. R. Tolkien, informed by the Orthodox Christian faith.
 
Welcome to the Ridiculous Love podcast from Envision Community Church. Whether you attend our Longmont-based services, or tune in on-line, we’re so glad that you’re here as part of our funky and fully-affirming church today. As you listen to the episodes, we hope it will be a reminder that the love of God is bigger, more inclusive and filled with more grace than any of us can imagine. There is, truly, room for us all here. You can also tune into our live-stream services on our church Faceboo ...
 
Welcome to the weekly podcast for Brave Church located in the East Bay of San Francisco. We hope these talks help you in your journey of finding or following Jesus. If you live in the Bay Area we would love to see you at a Sunday gathering soon. For more information go to Brave.church or download our app.
 
Every movement for change starts with a generative conversation. The Igniting Imagination podcast features rich conversations with leaders across the church landscape that invite you into new possibilities for yourself, your church and your community. Each episode offers inspiring ideas to guide your journey of faith in service. Join us to spark the spirit within you as a leader bringing about the world that God imagines. Brought to you by Wesleyan Investive and Texas Methodist Foundation, d ...
 
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Trinity Talks

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Trinity Talks

Pastor Judith Fulp-Eickstaedt

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Welcome to Trinity Talks podcast (formerly "Trinity Church Sermons"). Topics include: weekly sermons, human interest, pastor chats, mental health and more from Trinity Presbyterian Church (PCUSA), Arlington VA. Visit us on the web at www.trinityarlington.org!
 
Creekside Church (formerly Cornerstone Community Church) is a place for you and your family to grow with us as we worship God and serve Him and others. We’re a non-denominational church meeting Sundays at 2743 82nd Place in Urbandale, IA. There’s something for you at Creekside, where you’ll find friendly faces of all ages and walks of life gathered to worship Jesus Christ and follow God’s word, the Bible. Visit our web site for directions and details.
 
The podcast of Cranmer Hall, the theological college within St John's College, Durham University. We explore life’s big questions, and look to join the dots between theology, church, and the world. Philip Plyming, Warden of Cranmer Hall, is joined by a wide range of guests with a wealth of knowledge and experience.
 
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 Sunday at 10:00am at Holy Cross Lutheran Church (800 Westlake Drive).
 
The "Guerrilla Pastors" is a podcast chronicling young ministers shifting from "traditional" church ministry to a subversive pastoral presence. Instead of attraction models hinging on cults of personalities we focus on humbler approaches founded on neighborhood presence. Forsaking church growth metrics we will focus instead on fostering authentic relationships. Join us as we discuss our journey through deconstruction to reconstructing a Guerrilla Pastoral approach that emphasizes a broad kin ...
 
Imagine a community of men who are challenged, inspired and equipped to live passionate lives for Jesus. A place where men-care-for-men through a small number of honest personal relationships initiated and supported by regular male-oriented events. Relationships are built shoulder-to-shoulder doing stuff in preference to eye-balling each other! Ascend Men is that community. Our podcasts reflect that desire to challenge, inspire and equip our men. Some are light-hearted easy-listens. Some des ...
 
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Saint Mary's Episcopal Church - Eugene, OR

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Sermons and other recordings from St. Mary's Episcopal Church has been in downtown Eugene for over 150 years to worship, serve, and grow in faith. Guided by the teachings and life of Jesus Christ, we value community, inclusiveness, compassion, our living tradition, health, and collaborative leadership. All are welcome at St. Mary's, no matter what age, ethnicity or race, gender identity, sexual orientation or economic and social circumstances.
 
The Gray Area with host Sean Illing is a philosophical take on culture, politics, and everything in between. We don’t pretend to have the answers, but we do offer a space for real dialogue. Resist certainty, embrace ambiguity, and get some cool takes on a very hot world. Formerly the Vox Conversations podcast. New episodes drop every Monday and Thursday.
 
WE ARE BECOMING A COMMUNITY OF GRACE AND PEACE FOR THE GOOD OF OUR CITY AND THE FAME OF JESUS. Our vision was born out of an angst. We find ourselves in a unique cultural moment in the west. John Mark Comer, a pastor, and writer from Portland, OR, says this: While 49% of millennials and 65% of American adults as a whole still identify as “Christian” in national surveys, a recent in-depth analysis by the Barna Group, a Christian Think Tank, put the number of young adults who are “resilient di ...
 
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Baptist Churches SA

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A Baptist Churches SA Podcast Listening and imagining together The weekly podcast from the Baptist Churches of South Australia where we can listen and imagine together. Each fortnight we interview a familiar face from our Baptist community, and then ask them to share one of their favourite sermons with us the following week. Join Melinda Cousins as we hear from our Movement. Having trouble finding us? Search 'movement baptist' in your podcast app
 
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Dr. T.D. Worthington

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PathLight is a ministry broadcast of Pathway Baptist Church in Goldsboro, North Carolina. Join Dr. T.D. Worthington each and every week as he opens the Scriptures to share the Good News of Jesus Christ. Dr. Worthington can also be heard on GoMix Christian Radio, based out of Snow Hill, North Carolina, each Sunday morning at 10:30 am EST. Listen live to GoMix Christian Radio 24 hours a day at www.gomixradio.org. For correspondence, write to:Attn: PathLight, Pathway Ministries, PO Box 1895, Go ...
 
Welcome to the Ignatius Press Podcast! Ignatius Press has been faithfully publishing Catholic books, films, art, and more for over 40 years. With our extensive history, our library contains a wide variety of authors and titles, and we can’t wait to share them with you. On this podcast, we will feature author interviews for those who are interested in deepening their faith and learning more about Jesus Christ, his Church, and the rich Catholic intellectual and artistic tradition. We pray that ...
 
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Mark DeYmaz, founder of Mosaix Church and the Mosaix Global Network, passionately articulates how the multi-ethnic church is the visible sign of the Gospel. In this wide-ranging conversation, Mark shares the origin story of Mosaix Church and his conviction that “if a people group or an individual is missing, then we’re actually missing part of the …
 
In this episode, Ignatius Press founder Fr. Joseph Fessio talks to his friend and fellow Jesuit, Fr. Robert McTeigue, about Fr. McTeigue’s new book, “Christendom Lost and Found: Meditations for a Post Post-Christian Era” (http://bit.ly/3Rl25FY ). The book is a kind of a war journal, written between 2020 and 2021 during “the COVID Interruption” and …
 
In the spirit of the Grammys, Emil Wilbekin, a founding editor of VIBE, offers a first-person history of Black popular music, from Soul Train to Beyoncé. On Notes from America we focus on Black history regularly, but to celebrate this year’s Black History Month, we’re thinking about it in the present tense. In our series Black History Is Now, we’ll…
 
SCRIPTURE TEXT: Acts 16:11-15 Philippians 1:1-2 Mark 10:43-45 1 Corinthians 1:30 2 Corinthians 7:1 1 Thessalonians 4:7 1 Peter 1:14-16 1 Peter 2:9-10 PRIMARY SOURCES: Markus Bockmuehl, The Epistle to the Philippians, Black’s New Testament Commentary John Hellerman, Following Jesus Christ (ed., John K. Goodrich) M. J. Edwards, ed., Galatians, Ephesi…
 
Guest host Fabiola Cineas talks with author, lawyer, and organizer Derecka Purnell about her recent book Becoming Abolitionists. They discuss Derecka's journey to defending the idea of police abolition, and what that position really entails. They explore questions about the historical and social role of policing in society, how to imagine a future …
 
Creekside Church :: Sunday, February 6, 2023"Finally, be strong in the Lord and in the strength of his might. Put on the whole armor of God..." To conclude our series in Ephesians, Alan Crim, Doug Elrick, Mark Kline and Mike Johnson share short devotionals covering Eph. 6:10-20 in place of Bob Short, who was out due to illness.Worship music permitt…
 
Have you ever been looking for a sign in your life? A sign to move jobs, a sign to buy a new car, a sign to get married? We are constantly looking for signs in our life of what our big “next step” is supposed to be. But when it comes to matters of the heart, external signs are rarely what we need most. Join us this Sunday as Pastor Samuel Laws answ…
 
Today we meet a man who likes fast cars with an automatic gearbox, used to enjoy ales but is now teetotal and who likens himself to Samson in the Bible. Welcome to Nathan Blackaby, CEO of Christian Vision for Men and member of C3 Church, Colchester. Nathan says: "I've been challenged to awaken the maverick in me, the renegade, the rebel, the dreame…
 
When it comes to police reform, a retired NYPD detective argues that policing as a profession must evolve or go away completely. The problem of police violence, and the excessive use of force in Black and Brown communities in particular, has spanned centuries and retired NYPD detective Marq Claxton says that the force’s stubborn, insular culture wa…
 
Sean Illing speaks with Alana Newhouse, the editor-in-chief of Tablet magazine. They discuss her recent essay on "brokenism," a term she coined in an effort to redefine political divisions in America. Newhouse argues that the most salient divide right now is between those who want to fix the institutions we have and those who want to burn it all do…
 
The release of brutal footage of the killing of 29-year-old Tyre Nichols by police officers in Memphis furthers an all-too-familiar conversation about accountability and police violence. The Black community in Memphis and nationwide is processing the details of Tyre Nichols’ killing at the hands of law enforcement - from the race of the police offi…
 
Sean Illing talks with Noah Hawley, the creator and showrunner of the anthology drama Fargo on FX, as well as a celebrated novelist whose newest book is Anthem (2022). They discuss themes stemming from Hawley's recent piece in the Atlantic about myths, stories, and tropes from the Old West (and Hollywood) that are still powerful and active in shapi…
 
Why has place always mattered and why does it matter today? What's the difference between the parish system and the parish vocation? How are we called to love the different places where we have been placed by God? And why has the debate about the role of the parish become so polarised, and what's a better way forward? In today’s show we will be tal…
 
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