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The Align with Spirit Podcast is a program that takes a look at life through the lens of metaphysical, occult, New Thought, comparative religion, and New Age Philosophy. Each Monday, a new topic is reviewed and explored. Many of the topics also have a corresponding blog post! Topics range from practical self-help advice and holistic self-healing to the paranormal, supernatural, and mystical in nature. The average show runs between 10 and 20 minutes in length and is commercial-free. You can l ...
 
Each installment of Daily Discipleship is taught by Dr. Jim Culbertson, lead pastor of Veracity Chapel in Morrill, Maine and Dean of Student Development at New England Bible College and Seminary. This podcast is meant to help people to learn and to live what it means to live as followers of Jesus. From simple explanation of the Bible verse-by-verse to honest commentary on contemporary issues, Daily Discipleship will provide clarity on the meaning of God’s Word, the Bible, and how it applies ...
 
Beyond the Menu is a podcast that takes a deep dive into the inner workings of the restaurant industry beyond what you see on the menu. On this podcast, we’ll talk to top tier restaurant operators and innovators who are shaping the industry, spearheading trends, and leading the way for the future.
 
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How did Jesus respond to the crowds of people? With Compassion! What did He send His disciples to do? Preach the Gospel and seek-out homes of peace. Are you sent? Are you called to be a home of peace? Are you called to host evangelistic Bible studies?By Dr. Jim Culbertson
 
Jesus traveled with an entourage, carrying the Gospel from one town to another, supported by the 12 a list of women supporting the effort. This episode speaks to multiplication ministry, life transformation, women's support of Jesus, supporting multiplicational ministry.By Dr. Jim Culbertson
 
As Christians, with whom do we spend most of our time? Jesus spent the bulk of his time surrounded by his disciples, up close and personal. He also was known to eat and drink with sinners so that he could point them to the truth about himself. This is a practice we need to continue. We are called to bring the Gospel to light in the conversations, t…
 
To whom and how did Jesus bring the message of eternal life? Jesus demonstrates that the Gospel is for all and effective for those who will believe. Today's episode looks at the conversation between Jesus and a Samaritan woman. The Gospel springs up into eternal life for all who will receive it.By Dr. Jim Culbertson
 
What do you do when you run out of refreshments at the party? A wedding celebration in Cana in Galilee ran short on wine, and the situation provided a great opportunity for Jesus to begin to reveal who He really was. Do you know this Jesus with the power to change water into wine? What could He do in your life?…
 
It is critical that we know how to handle Scripture as a combatant to temptation. It is also beneficial to know that we aren't alone in life's journey, but we have the fellowship of other believers, the presence of God Himself, and the ministering aid of angels to help us on life's journey.By Dr. Jim Culbertson
 
While there is not much recorded of Jesus' early life, there are a few passages that provide us insight into areas where He grew -- areas where we should also grow. Luke 2:40,52 provides us with some areas for personal evaluation as we also grow into the people God intends for us to be.By Dr. Jim Culbertson
 
We live in a society, even among many Christians, that simply says we need to be tolerant of others. But that mindset goes awry as it encounters God's true truth. There is purported Christian teaching that seems to strike against the very core of Christian truth, and against such teaching we must be on guard.…
 
More lessons from Jesus' teaching. Today, we consider the ripe harvest fields and the Christian's call to work in those harvest fields. We consider a very practical model of CPR (original to Sonlife Ministries) - Cultivating, Planting, Reaping in seeking to draw people into Christ's Kingdom.By Dr. Jim Culbertson
 
Jesus instructs us that we are to add flavor and color to the world in which we live by being Salt and Light, and He also instructs us that we are called to a higher standard than what the law called us to. The law dealt with the externals, but Life in Christ deals with the internals.By Dr. Jim Culbertson
 
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