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Best King S Cross Church podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best King S Cross Church podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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The King’s Centre is a place where everyone is welcome. It is an all age, family friendly church where God’s love is real. Everyone here is on a journey getting to know Jesus better and learning how to love the people around us. Come and find family and take your place in God’s adventure in transforming our city. King's Centre is a part of Network Church Sheffield.
 
Centennial Fellowship Church is founded on Jesus’ statement as recorded in Matthew 22:37­-40. We are a local body of believers that understand that our commitment to Christ and His service begins with us having and developing a wholehearted love for God and our fellow man. Everything we do as a church ranging from children’s ministry, the pulpit on Sunday morning, to our expressions of worship and emphasis on prayer, is fueled by our passion for God and compassion for people.Our church and p ...
 
Amongst the great popular novelists of the nineteenth century who are still read today, Anthony Trollope stands alongside his contemporary, Charles Dickens. His two series of novels, the political (The Pallisers) and the clerical (The Barsetshire Chronicles) are the best known. This book is the first of the Barsetshire series and was also Trollope’s first really successful novel. In the mid nineteenth century there were a number of financial scandals in the Church of England including those ...
 
Throughout this session David establishes how Christ is supreme-to-the-max as the King of the universe, the Ruler of history, the Lord of the nations, Conqueror of evil forces, and the Master of our lives. Preeminently, Jesus reigns as the Head of the Church, which is “the fullness of him who fills all in all” (Ephesians 1). In fact, he “ascended above the heavens that He might fill the whole universe” (Ephesians 4). Jesus is over all because God the Father has “rescued us from the dominion ...
 
The Wade-O Radio Show is an international, terrestrial, Internet radio show, and podcast that provides its listeners with high-quality Christian Hip Hop music, news, and interviews. [To Book DJ Wade-O for your next event, email booking@wadeoradio.com] In each episode the listener can expect the latest news with audio segments from Laide Mak, mixes by DJ Wade-O, a New Song of the Week, a countdown of the ten hottest songs out right now, conversations about controversial topics within the Chur ...
 
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Stoicism is experiencing a cultural moment, especially among Millennial techies. What is this ancient school of philosophy? Why is it experiencing a revival? And how does it compare to Christianity? Bishop Barron discusses all that and more in today's episode of the "Word on Fire Show." A listener asks if the word “holy” means set apart for a parti…
 
How did Bishop Barron get drawn into the life of the mind? What are his reading and writing habits like? In this episode, he discusses the intellectual life and gives advice to aspiring intellectuals. A listener asks which literature books Bishop would recommend for a Catholic high school English class. NOTE: Do you like this podcast? Become a patr…
 
In today’s episode, Bishop Barron fields questions from people all over the world, including: How do I evangelize in remote areas where people are simple, and can’t even read the Bible, without dumbing down the message? What’s the Catholic response to worry and anxiety? Was Purgatory divinely revealed or just a human invention? How to evangelize yo…
 
In this sermon we conclude our four week series on our church’s core values. This is where it all comes together and we see the necessary response to the first three core values – because God’s Word is true and He is worthy of our worship and we are completely dependent on Him in prayer, we must therefore heed His call to action. One of the many pl…
 
The hit movie 1917 vividly depicts the horrors of World War I, including its great spiritual peril. In this episode, Bishop Barron reflects on the Great War, discussing its impact on twentieth-century theology and philosophy, the Pope, and the Catholic Church’s relationship to the world. A listener asks why Jesus chose to live a quiet, mostly obscu…
 
How are we supposed to live for Jesus when we face so many trials and temptations both from within and without? Where does the power come from to do it? That is the question we are answering in this third of four new year sermons covering the core values of our church. In this third sermon, we focus on the necessity of depending completely on Jesus…
 
Today, we share a sample lesson from a course inside our Word on Fire Institute on “Reaching the Different.” The course is taught by Dr. Matt Nelson and teaches how to evangelize friends and family who are apathetic about God and don't care about religion. To get the rest of the course, along with 10 other full courses and all sorts of bonuses, joi…
 
“Men more frequently require to be reminded than informed,” Samuel Johnson once wrote. In the spirit of those wise words, we are starting the new decade by reminding ourselves of our church’s Core Values. In this second sermon of four, we focus on why worshiping the Lord together is one of the most important things our church does. Text = 1 Peter 2…
 
At the wedding at Cana in Galilee, Jesus performed the first sign that gave evidence of his true glory. He turned water into wine. The path of discipleship begins with celebration and union. For true unity with God to exist, there must also be a letting go of all that keeps us from God. John 2 encapsulates so much of what it means to follow Jesus i…
 
In this third and final part of our series on the Church Fathers (listen to Part 1 and Part 2), Bishop Barron examines four influential Fathers from the post-Nicene period: John Chrysostom (349 – 407) Jerome (347 – 420) Augustine (354 – 430) Gregory the Great (540 – 604) A listener asks whether to pray for people who are sick or simply accept pain …
 
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