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Pastor James MacDonald preaches without apology straight from the pages of Scripture, provoking Christians to think and act on their faith. His Bible-teaching ministry, Walk in the Word, launched on as a radio broadcast in 1997, with the mission of "igniting passion in the people of God through the proclamation of truth."
 
A fantasy novel first published in 1895, Lilith follows a young man on his inter-dimensional journey of spiritual discovery, as he acquaints himself with his family’s past and unearths a life-changing secret. Moreover, it deals with the introspection of its protagonist, as he is hurled into a mysterious setting where he encounters bizarre creatures that challenge the validity of his temporal values. Examining issues including the essence of life, wisdom, death, redemption, and salvation, the ...
 
Welcome to the video podcast of Walk in the Word Weekly. These full-length messages come straight from Pastor James MacDonald’s pulpit at Harvest Bible Chapel in the suburbs of Chicago. Tune in each week for a full dose of spiritual nourishment straight from God’s Word.
 
Welcome to the video podcast of Walk in the Word Weekly. These full-length messages come straight from Pastor James MacDonald’s pulpit at Harvest Bible Chapel in the suburbs of Chicago. Tune in each week for a full dose of spiritual nourishment straight from God’s Word.
 
Six short stories from the master of fantasy! George MacDonald was an influence on many famous fantasy writers, including C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien, and Madeleine L'Engle. This fantasy story collection includes The Cruel Painter (a vampire story), The Castle, The Wow O'Riven (a love story), The Broken Swords (a tale of war and redemption), The Gray Wolf (a werewolf story) and Uncle Cornelius: His Story. (Summary by Beth Thomas and Maxine)
 
Amy Macdonald takes us through her platinum selling album, discussing the inspiration and story behind every track.
 
George MacDonald was a Scottish author, poet, and Christian minister. In his day he was considered one of the great Victorian authors on par with Dickens, Thackeray, Kipling and the like. His reputation as an author, however, has not fared as well largely because of the ubiquitous and fervent presence of religion throughout his works.MacDonald's theology, though sprinkled liberally throughout his fairly substantial number of books, is perhaps nowhere more palpable than in Unspoken Sermons. T ...
 
Written by the man who mentored Lewis Carroll and encouraged him to submit Alice for publication, At the Back of the North Wind is today a forgotten classic of Victorian children's literature. The story tells of a young boy named Diamond, the son of a coachman in an English country mansion. Diamond sleeps in the hayloft above the stables and at night he finds he's disturbed by the wind blowing through the holes in the wall. He tries to plug them but one night, he hears an imperious voice sco ...
 
Overshadowed by the dark legend of the murderous rider of the horse with the loose shoe, Duncan Campbell sets out from his home in the Highlands to make his fortune in the world. When he finds the woman whose destiny is mingled with his, he must overcome first her indifference, then the malice of her family, then the forces of space and time. Will he ever put to rest the old curse?George MacDonald was an influence on many famous fantasy writers, including C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien, and M ...
 
George MacDonald (10 December 1824 – 18 September 1905) was a Scottish author, poet, and Christian minister. He was a pioneering figure in the field of fantasy literature and the mentor of fellow writer Lewis Carroll. His writings have been cited as a major literary influence by many notable authors including W. H. Auden, C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien, Walter de la Mare, E. Nesbit and Madeleine L'Engle. (Summary form Wikipedia)
 
George MacDonald is mainly known for his fantasy works and fairy tales such as At the Back of the North Wind and The Princess and the Goblin. However, during his life he was more famous for many more realistic novels. . . among them the somewhat autobiographical Ranald Bannerman’s Boyhood. This story of a young motherless boy growing up with his brothers in a Scottish manse is full of delightful characters. There is Kirsty, an enchanting Highland storyteller, Turkey, the intrepid cowherd, th ...
 
Twenty years ago, now, I attempted (but was not especially successful in the task) to establish upon the personal knowledge that my own residence as a pupil in the historical Pensionnat in the Rue d'Isabelle, at Bruxelles gave me of the facts of Charlotte Brontë's relationships to Monsieur and Madame Heger, right impressions about the experiences and emotions she underwent between 1842 and 1846, and that supply the key and clue to the right interpretation of her genius. Every opinion I then ...
 
Republished in modern times as "The Curate's Awakening". A young man (Thomas Wingfold) "enters the church" through no real faith and only for want of something to do. After an encounter with a brash young atheist, he is thrown into an emotional, spiritual, and vocational crisis. Through his own doubts and through developing clarity gained from the counsel of a singular friend, he begins a slow journey toward faith, or - as he would put it - "a lovely hope." (Summary by John Schuurman & Trici ...
 
The video podcast and Bible-teaching ministry of Dr. James MacDonald, pastor of Harvest Bible Chapel in the suburbs of Chicago and teacher of the daily Walk in the Word broadcast.
 
Actions, it is often said, speak louder than words. But in the life of Christ - as George MacDonald shows - both spoke with an equal volume. Much attention is often devoted to what Jesus said while He was on earth, but many in our modern age are puzzled by the miracles. What are we to make of them? MacDonald - wise and gentle as ever - invites us into the miracles as a doorway into the inner life of Christ that we may intimately know Him and His Father. (Summary by Jordan) Proof-Listeners: l ...
 
George MacDonald claimed that he did not write for children, but for the child-like. Some of his longer works are clearly intended for adults, and this fantastic fiction influenced later writers such as G.K. Chesterton, J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis. But you can find some of his best writing in the stories aimed squarely at children, and these are three of the finest.The Light Princess. A wicked aunt curses her baby niece so that gravity has no effect on her, and she floats through the air a ...
 
This is Second book of Three series. All the same characters from the first book, just with a few new friends and family members. The Pastor moves up by the Sea and starts preaching at the Parish there. He and his wife have two daughters by now, who he loves so much. One of his daughters is ill, so they go to the Sea thinking the fresh air air will improve her health. While they are there, they meet an Artist whose gentlemanly ways, and strong personality wins the family's hearts, especially ...
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 14 recordings of Mother Nature by George MacDonald. This was the Weekly Poetry project for March 3, 2013.George MacDonald was a Scottish author, poet and Christian minister. He inspired J. R. R. Tolkien and other authors with his fairy tales and fantasy novels. (Summary by David Lawrence)
 
George MacDonald, a Scottish pastor, wrote these short poems, one for each day of the year, to help him with the severer misfortune he was experiencing. The poems are filled with hope and promises of Christ, yet, he also writes about his doubts. These poems are wonderful to listen to for people of any religion. (Summary by Alisson Veldhuis)
 
 
Luke MacDonald is one of the pastors at Harvest Bible Chapel in Chicago.
 
This delightful story begins in a little town called Marshmallows, where a young man, the new vicar, Harry Walton, has just arrived. As he begins his work Harry realizes that everything is not quite 'right' in his little parish and it all seems to center around Oldcastle Hall. As he wins the affection of the people secrets begin to unfold, and Harry Walton attempts to free them from guilt of the past, help them overcome pride and while he is at it, he falls in love with a woman whose past is ...
 
In " Our Little Canadian Cousin," the author's intention is to tell, in a general way and in one defined local setting, the story of Canadian home life in the late 19th century. To Canadians, home life means not merely sitting at a huge fire-place, or brewing and baking in a wide country kitchen, or dancing of an evening, or teaching, or sewing ; but it means the great outdoor life — sleighing, skating, snow-shoeing, hunting, canoeing, and, above all, " camping out " — the joys that belong t ...
 
A boy named Photogen, who has never seen the moon, meets a girl named Nycteris, who has never seen the sun. The two of them must escape from the witch Watho. As usual with George MacDonald, this fairy tale has layers of meaning that go deeper than the story on the surface. (summary by L.A. Walden)
 
’St. George and St. Michael’ is a little-known historical romance telling the story of a young couple who find themselves on opposing sides during the tumultuous years of the English Civil Wars.Tensions are rising between king and parliament, the Church of England and the numerous independent puritans, and rumours abound that Charles I will soon declare open war on the dissident elements within his realm. Seventeen-year-old Dorothy Vaughan knows little of the brewing conflict, yet is sure th ...
 
Episodes aim to help midlife women with issues they encounter, such as health, relationships, confidence and finances. They are mostly interviews by Jean of experts and some where Jean shares her knowledge, experience and wisdom.
 
Audio and video podcasts from the Macdonald-Laurier Institute.
 
A fantastical story of personal growth and a warning against the dangers of keeping secrets. This novel by George MacDonald is a deceptively easy read aimed to be accessible to teens, but the ideas will remain in your mind long afterwards. Beautifully written in the style of Gothic Novels of the nineteenth century, a story about relationships and redemption, secrets and confessions and an inspiring example of how to live in the light. - Summary by Beth Thomas
 
Librivox volunteers bring you 15 readings of The Wind and the Moon by George Macdonald. This is the fortnightly poetry project for September 28, 2014.
 
Written at the height of George MacDonald's literary career, the story centers around the life of a simple merchant's daughter. Mary Marston's unswerving commitment to love, God, and others is contrasted with a backdrop of an array of characters and a complex and sometimes mysterious plot. It is a story of a woman who loves a man, and teaches him to change. Not out of his love for her, but simply because it was the right thing to do. MacDonald allows the characters a range from delightful to ...
 
Thank you Kara for your wonderful classes and support. I can't tell you how much I appreciate your guidance. Being a Realtor can be challenging, but you've ...
 
Vertical Ministry with James MacDonald - Vertical Church Conference 2017
 
A biography of Sir John A. Macdonald, the first Prime Minister of Canada. It was written by the man who served as Macdonald's private secretary from 1882 to 1891. - Summary by TriciaG
 
The Princess and Curdie is the sequel to The Princess and the Goblin by George MacDonald. It's been a year since the Princess Irene and Curdie first met, and a year since the goblin incident and all appears to be going well in the Kingdom. Or is it? After a visit from Irene's great-great-grandmother, Curdie finds himself on a mission to save the kingdom, with a rather strange companion in tow.(Summary by Lizzie Driver)
 
This is the third book of the 'Marshmallow' trilogy. It is a fictional autobiography written by Ethelwyn Percivale, or 'Wynnie'. Her father is a clergyman, Mr. Walton, whose history has already been told in "A Quiet Neighborhood", the first of the three books. Wynnie has a happy childhood and falls in love with a struggling artist. It is about Wynnie and her family, and her little circle of old and new friends. We learn much about the poor of society of that time. This book is set in the rea ...
 
This is the story of a daring college student's quest to win the icy heart of a beautiful girl. Unfortunately, the girl is the daughter of a cunning and sadistic master artist, who takes the student as an apprentice with the express intent of torturing the youth with his own hopeless love. The story is set in late 16 century Prague, amid mysterious happenings and the terrifying rumors of a vampire on the loose. ( Summary by Ned Troxel )
 
George MacDonald is mainly known for his fantasy works and fairy tales such as At the Back of the North Wind and the Princess and the Goblin. However, during his life he was more famous for many more realistic novels. . . among them the somewhat autobiographical Ranald Bannerman's Boyhood.This story of a young motherless boy growing up with his brothers in a Scottish manse is full of delightful characters. There is Kirsty, an enchanting Highland storyteller, Turkey, the intrepid cowherd, the ...
 
Plenty of princesses have been cursed by wicked witches, but the curse placed on this princess by her evil aunt is an unusual one: it removes all the princess's gravity. What can break the curse before the princess floats away? Perhaps the best thing for her would be to fall in love, but how a person with no gravity can fall in anything is just the problem. (summary by LauraFox)
 
Also known as "A Double Story" or "The Wise Woman."The story of two very spoiled girls, a princess and a peasant, who are kidnapped by a strange woman for a lesson in life. They may not emerge the same... but will their parents be changed for the better too? (Summary by Cheyenne)
 
Story time with Dan- Reading you George MacDonald titles
 
Popular iPhone photographer Dan Rubin is in conversation with one of the original founders of the Instagram Community in London, Jess Macdonald, who obsessively captures the architecture, escalators and tunnels of the London Underground on her iPhone. Hear them discuss the stories behind their images, and learn about their favourite photo-editing apps and tips. Hosted at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
 
Kevin Macdonald (One Day In September, The Last King of Scotland), Saoirse Ronan (Atonement, The Lovely Bones) and George MacKay (The Boys Are Back, Hunky Dory) discuss the big screen adaptation of Meg Rosoff’s multi-award winning novel. How I Live Now tells the story of a Daisy (Ronan) who must embark on a terrifying journey to search for the boy she loves (MacKay) after their idyllic summer is blown apart by the sudden outbreak of a 21st century world war. Moderated by Rick Edwards at the ...
 
The Princess and the Goblin is an enthralling fantasy tale written by George MacDonald. Her nurse Lootie raises the princess Irene in a house on a mountain, it is here that she meets her mysterious great-great-grandmother, and her friend the minor boy Curdie. Things are peaceful for Irene until the hideous race of goblins that live beneath the mountain start planning something big…Through his writing George MacDonald has influenced such writers as J. R. R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis. (Summary b ...
 
Diamond the little boy sleeps in the hayloft above the stall of Diamond the horse. The loft is snug but drafty, and after plugging a hole in the wall one night, Diamond is scolded by the beautiful Lady North Wind for closing her "window" into his room. Thus begins their friendship. Spirited away by the North Wind, Diamond embarks on a series of adventures both near to and far from his home. His pure heart and his simple, loving spirit guide him as he journeys to the back of the North Wind an ...
 
An author who means to end a story with some variation of “And they all lived happily ever after” had better deal before that point not just with evil, strife, and terror but also with loss, failure, sacrifice, and death—or the ending will not be credible. And since such negative experiences do not easily lead to happy endings, only the best story-tellers succeed. George MacDonald is one of these.His protagonist, Anodos, discovers on the day he comes of age a path leading into an alternative ...
 
A young man named Anodos experiences dream-like adventures in Fairy Land, where he meets tree-spirits, endures the presence of the overwhelming shadow, journeys to the palace of the fairy queen, and searches for the spirit of the earth. The story conveys a profound sadness and a poignant longing for death.
 
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Nightlife with Phil Clark and Sarah MacDonald has everything you need to get you through the night, seven nights a week.
 
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Musicians play exclusive sets and chat with Maia, a veteran musician and podcast producer with a knack for asking questions musicians actually enjoy answering.
 
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Today Gloria Mac Donald shares FIVE keys that you will want to share in every Ad, Article, Social Post, LIVE, Blog, Email that you create for your business. Basically it's something you have to do in order to get people to take the action that you want them to take! Sound interesting well listen to the end! ************************************* ...…
 
Pastor Alex MacDonald explains how our perspective of our circumstances will affect the blessing of Abraham.
 
Welcome to our weirdest episode yet. This week we sing about animals and we don't talk about movies, because life with a toddler doesn't always go according to plan.Tweet at us @ArthurMommyMTCheck out my episode of Deep in Bear Country!https://berenstainbearcast.wordpress.com/2018/04/14/episode-144-the-run-amuck-robot/…
 
Canadian Prime Ministers: they're just like us! In this episode, Emily talks about William Lyon Mackenzie King and his straight-up bizarre-o secret life, and Britt takes a look at John A. MacDonald and the rampant alcoholism that helped found this country of ours! Plus, Hitler comes up a bunch!
 
AFTERBUZZ TV — Saturday Night Live, is a weekly “after show” for fans of NBC’s Saturday Night Live. In this episode, hosts Steph Sabraw, Amy Maestri, Kelly McInerney, and Elysabeth Alfano discuss this week’s episode of Saturday Night Live. RSS Feed: http://afterbuzztv.com/aftershows/saturday-night-live-afterbuzz-tv-aftershow/feed/ ABOUT SNL: “L ...…
 
We’re taking a break from our traditional format and celebrating one man for an entire episode! Oh yes, it’s a Laser Time listening party, and it’s devoted 100% to the weird and wonderful work of Norm Macdonald. From his turbulent... Read moreBy C.Ant.
 
We’re taking a break from our traditional format and celebrating one man for an entire episode! Oh yes, it’s a Laser Time listening party, and it’s devoted 100% to the weird and wonderful work of Norm Macdonald. From his turbulent... Read moreBy C.Ant.
 
God hears complaining, criticizing, and every form of negativity. Find out what you are doing to fuel those faithless, loveless, and destructive words that only ventilate the flesh. Negativity is a sin that distorts reality and doesn’t advance God’s purposes. He hates it. He judges it. But He has also graciously provided an action plan so you c ...…
 
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Linzi Bourhill speaks to the european reporter Katie Macdonald - Hungarians to go to the polls amid controversy over transparency - Have the Finnish introduced the ultimate teacher?
 
In this episode, Pastors Eric and Reggie sit down with Pastor Micah MacDonald to discuss why YOU are the hardest person you will ever have to lead. Micah teaches us the importance of developing a personal growth plan specific to your growth.Books you should read: - Ready, Set, Grow! by Scott Wilson- H3 Leadership by Brad Lomenick- Jesus Among S ...…
 
SELF DEFENSE, ECONOMICS, SOCIETY Guests: Ron MacDonald – http://NewPeopleOrder.com, Steve Elkins, host of RBN’s Off The Beaten Path
 
THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION DRAINING THE SWAMP Guests: Ron MacDonald – http://NewPeopleOrder.com, Steve Elkins, host of RBN’s Off The Beaten Path
 
Easter 1916, Hedy Lamarr, and Mobile Technology by John MacDonald; Meskel in Lebanon by Louise Kennedy; Brian’s Music, a poem by John MacKenna; Easter Monday 2016 by Sheila Maher; After Seeing Kells In Principio, a poem by James Harpur and Wearing Winter Well in the Wild West by Áine Ryan
 
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A lil episode about how I came to realize once again how ass backwards Saudi Arabia's laws are and how hypocritical people can get when blinded by their own, single-sided, view points. I also touch on the Parkland shooting.Link to the Joe Rogan & Kyle Kulinski podcast:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sq1rX54u69USongs of the week:Parquet Courts-U ...…
 
Guest host Dan MacDonald finds out what gives you the worst breath, with Dr. Harold Katz.
 
Jayce joins guest host Dan MacDonald to discuss International Transgender Day of VisibilityBy test@nospam.com (Bell Media).
 
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Heather MacDonald's piece in City Journal, "Reject the diversity mandate." Jurors in the case against the Orlando nightclub murderer will deliberate over his widow's involvement in the plot.
 
In Episode 14 Dave Sits down with Pat Thornton, Rebecca MacDonald and Alan Park and asks the following questions 1) What acting roll would you like to have in any film in history. 2) Would you rather see into the future or change the past? 3) What is one conspiracy theory would you like to prove that is right or wrong/ True or false? 4) Choose ...…
 
On the Italian front both sides stumbled into 1918. Support the podcast on http://patreon.com/historyofthegreatwar where you can get access to special supporter only episodes. For a no strings attached donation: http://buymeacoffee.com/greatwar Sources For God and Kaiser by Richard Bassett Isonzo: The Forgotten Sacrifice of the Great War by Joh ...…
 
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Trish's singing career begins and Jessica gets her leather jacket as we flashback with them in our Jessica Jones 207 Review of "AKA I Want Your Cray Cray" we talk about our top five case notes about this episode in our Spoiler filled discussion. As always make sure you've watched the episode before listening to the podcast.Jessica Jones 207 Rev ...…
 
In this episode of Kaizen Komedy, we're joined by veteran comic Dick Williams to talk about the fascinating and original Norm MacDonald. Williams is a veteran of stand-up comedy with 2 Emmy nominations under his belt, as well as appearances on the Howard Stern Show and Comedy Central. With the help of our guest, we examine Norm MacDonald’s use ...…
 
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AMI-audio Live celebrates the CNIB’s 100th anniversary at the Ramada Plaza in Regina, with hosts Kelly MacDonald and Ramya Amuthan. Teresa Aho from CNIB Child and Family Services tells Kelly and Ramya about her work, and says parents shouldn't hold their kids back just because they are blind or partially sighted.…
 
AMI-audio Live celebrates the CNIB’s 100th anniversary at the Ramada Plaza in Regina, with hosts Kelly MacDonald and Ramya Amuthan. AMI's Saskatchewan community reporter Becki Zerr joins Kelly and Ramya to speak about her work with the CNIB, and about the role the organization has played in her life.…
 
AMI-audio Live celebrates the CNIB’s 100th anniversary at the Ramada Plaza in Regina, with hosts Kelly MacDonald and Ramya Amuthan. Luc Lemoine and his wife Rita are the parents of Émilie, who was born blind. They believe in pushing their daughter to explore her potential, and they encourage her try everything. Luc speaks with Kelly and Ramya.…
 
AMI-audio Live celebrates the CNIB’s 100th anniversary at the Ramada Plaza in Regina, with hosts Kelly MacDonald and Ramya Amuthan. Kelly and Ramya speak with to former CTV sportscaster and colour commentator Bob Huber about how CNIB’s peer group helped him when he lost his vision later in life.By feedback@ami.ca (Accessible Media Inc).
 
AMI-audio Live celebrates the CNIB’s 100th anniversary at the Ramada Plaza in Regina, with hosts Kelly MacDonald and Ramya Amuthan. Shan Noyes, who works in systems security at SaskTel, speaks with Kelly and Ramya.By feedback@ami.ca (Accessible Media Inc).
 
AMI-audio Live celebrates the CNIB’s 100th anniversary at the Ramada Plaza in Regina, with hosts Kelly MacDonald and Ramya Amuthan. Ashley Nemeth has been our Saskatchewan community reporter for months, but until now she's always been on the phone! She meets Kelly and Ramya in person to discuss her connection to the CNIB.…
 
AMI-audio Live celebrates the CNIB’s 100th anniversary at the Ramada Plaza in Regina, with hosts Kelly MacDonald and Ramya Amuthan. Here, thirteen-year-old Kaitlynn Lenius has been to many CNIB kids' camps, and she's now participating in the Youth Leadership Program.By feedback@ami.ca (Accessible Media Inc).
 
AMI-audio Live celebrates the CNIB’s 100th anniversary at the Ramada Plaza in Regina, with hosts Kelly MacDonald and Ramya Amuthan. Here, CNIB low vision services specialist Amber-Joy Boyd tells Kelly and Ramya why low vision assessments are so important.By feedback@ami.ca (Accessible Media Inc).
 
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