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Best Jonathan Peinado podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Jonathan Peinado podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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a podcast asking questions about God, faith, life, the church, family, society, justice, and the future. find us on iTunes, Google Play, and Spotify.Photo by Arnie Chou from Pexels
 
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Part 4 in our "What About Love?" tour with Pastor Juan RodriguezBy Juan Rodriguez
 
Part 3 in our "What About Love?" Tour with Pastor Juan RodriguezBy Juan Rodriguez
 
Part 2 in our "What About Love?" tour with Pastor Juan RodriguezBy Juan Rodriguez
 
Part 1 of the "What About Love Tour!" with Guest speaker Pastor Juan Rodriguez.By Juan Rodriguez
 
Guest speaker Pastor Abdiel Del Toro.By Abdiel Del Toro
 
A story from the great plains of Nebraska...By Jonathan Peinado
 
A new look at the story of Peter walking on water, with Pastor Javier Diaz.By Javier Diaz
 
Guest speaker Laffit Cortes joins the podcast!By Lafitt Cortes
 
In this final teaching on Revelation 17, we consider 7 defining characteristics of the beast who was, is not, and will come, and also a special focus on the 10 horns and Europe in Bible prophecy.By Jonathan Peinado
 
This teaching explores the process of losing faith, and maintaining faith.By Jonathan Peinado
 
In this supplemental teaching to Revelation 17, we trace the spirit of Babylon throughout history in the ancient cities of Venice, Florence, Siena, and the Palace of Versailles.By Jonathan Peinado
 
In this teaching, we explore Abraham's family, his children, grandchildren, and the lasting legacy of family choices. Photo by Kat Jayne from PexelsBy Jonathan Peinado
 
This is part 3 in our series on Revelation 17. In this teaching we consider the lure and beauty of Babylon.By Jonathan Peinado
 
This is Part 2 in our series on Revelation 17 and Europe in Bible prophecy. In this teaching we seek to establish the timing of Revelation 17 and explore a literal, symbolic/historical, and global application as well. Photo by carol wd from PexelsBy Jonathan Peinado
 
In this teaching we consider three fundamental principles for understanding Revelation 17. 1) The supernatural element influencing the leaders of the nations. 2) The global conflict involving two separate ideologies which in turn create a check and balance. 3) The nations that play a role in Bible Prophecy have already been named and identified. Ph…
 
In this teaching 5 stories are told about the work of the gospel in the lives of young adults living in secular EuropeBy Jonathan Peinado
 
In this teaching, we explore the history of Sunday Law's in the USA, their implications on society, and the teaching of the Bible regarding its end-time application. Photo by Sebastian Pichler on UnsplashBy Jonathan Peinado
 
Guest speaker SaMonna Watts shares 6 fundamental principles to lean on when going through trials.By SaMonna Watts
 
In this guest podcast, SaMonna Watts shares her story...By SaMonna Watts
 
In this teaching we explore practical aspects of preparation for crisis events such as emergency response and preparedness, country living, and wise financial management. My apologies for the raspy voice. Photo by Kalen Emsley on UnsplashBy Jonathan Peinado
 
In this Easter/Passover teaching we ponder the concept of the fourth dimension: time in Scripture, the Sabbath, Slavery, and consider a prophetic view of the nations in relationship to justice, abortion, and the 7 last plagues of Revelation. Photo by Buzz Andersen on UnsplashBy Jonathan Peinado
 
This short exhortation focuses on the importance of vibrant spirituality as the first step in preparing for the end of time.By Jonathan Peinado
 
In this teaching, we consider five characteristics of the end of the world. 1) Increased Disaster & Catastrophes. 2) Spiritualism. 3) The United States of America. 4) Increased Sexual Immorality. 5) Financial Collapse.By Jonathan Peinado
 
In this teaching we briefly consider the scriptural use of the word "love" in both the Old Testament and New Testament. We also explore the biology of love in attraction and attachment.By Jonathan Peinado
 
Reflections on the birth of Jesus and the joy, energy, and gladness that it still brings.By Jonathan Peinado
 
The last sermon in our 12 part series on a theology of healing. In this sermon we consider the ministry of healing as exemplified by God in the Old Testament, by Jesus in the Gospels and by the apostles and his church in the New Testament, and what a ministry of healing could look like for the church in the 21st century.…
 
The story of Arland D Williams and the 14th Street Bridge.By Jonathan Peinado
 
The story of Nate Mercer and Peter. Photo by GEORGE DESIPRIS from PexelsBy Jonathan Peinado
 
A closer look at what happens in the mind when an individual experiences a "conversion."By Jonathan Peinado
 
Part 10 in our teaching series on wellness. In this presentation we explore the role God played in the curses pronounced in Genesis 3:14-19 and we wrestle with the concept of whether these curses were prescriptive from God or descriptive. We consider the mysterious nature of sin and how it affected the human mind and the created world.…
 
A brief homily on forgiveness, as told from the perspective of Corrie ten Boom.By Jonathan Peinado
 
In this teaching, we explore the practical elements of conflict resolution according to Biblical principles and modern conflict resolution theory.By Jonathan Peinado
 
Part 9 in our series on wellness. In this teaching we consider the phrase of Gen. 3:16 "Your desire will be for your husband and he will rule over you." We also briefly consider the curse that fell upon males in Gen. 3:17-19.By Jonathan Peinado
 
Part 8 in our teaching series on wellness. In this sermon we consider the real, and physical consequences of the fall on women and the natural world.By Jonathan Peinado
 
In this teaching, we briefly explore the theological understanding of the Tetragrammaton, while considering Jesus' call in Acts 1 to be witnesses.By Jonathan Peinado
 
A controversial presentation focused on the personal reflections of my journey to Florence, Rome, and the Vatican in the late Spring of 2017. We consider Florence's Duomo, Michelangelo's Art, Galileo's scientific contributions, Rome's role in history, and the significance of the Vatican in history and its present day.…
 
Part 7 in our teaching series on wellness. In this sermon we consider a psychological understanding of shame, guilt, and fear and apply it to the story of Adam and Eve.By Jonathan Peinado
 
A call to put God first in our lives from the minor prophets.By Jonathan Peinado
 
Part 6 in our teaching series on Wellness. Herein we explore shame- its Biblical definition, and the origin of this moral emotion as described in the experience of Adam and Eve.By Jonathan Peinado
 
Part 5 in our series on wellness. In this teaching we explore how evil corrupts the mind and emotions.By Jonathan Peinado
 
This teaching explores the historical development of doctrine in the Old Testament, New Testament, early Christian church, the early Adventist church and present day. It also asks questions about the ethical and moral purpose of doctrine.By Jonathan Peinado
 
Part 4 in our series on Wellness. In this teaching we explore the origins and definition of evil as we consider its impact in the Garden of Eden and in our world today.By Jonathan Peinado
 
Part 3 in our sermon series. In this teaching we explore the material blessings of God in creation such as the natural resources, our environmental responsibilities, the blessing of food, green spaces, and social relationships.By Jonathan Peinado
 
This is the second sermon in our series where we focus on God's original intent for creation as evidenced in Genesis 1 and 2.By Jonathan Peinado
 
Part 1 in our series on developing a theology of wellness. In this teaching I share my personal journey towards wellness and we consider 5 Biblical passages that may speak to obesity and overweight.By Jonathan Peinado
 
An exploration of worship from the perspective of the participants of worship and their responsibilities. There is also a quick snapshot of how different churches in different parts of the world worship.By Jonathan Peinado
 
The final episode in our 3 part series of reflections and object lessons from France. Today we consider the creative power of God as evidenced in the natural world, compared and contrasted with naturalism and the comparisons between living in the city versus living in the country.By Jonathan Peinado
 
Part 2 in our series of reflection and object lessons from France. In this presentation we explore nudity as depicted in classical and realist paintings and the invention of photography, as well as a consideration of light in the impressionist paintings.By Jonathan Peinado
 
Get up to date with coming projects, name change, etc.By Jonathan Peinado
 
Part 1 in our reflections and object lessons from French architecture, urban design, history, and art.By Jonathan Peinado
 
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