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Hitched | entertains, educates and inspires marriages.
 
A happy, hippie place where Magick with a "K" meets The Law Of Attraction.
 
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Historicool is a podcast which delves into some of history's interesting figures and events. Your hosts, Matt Nelson and Wayne Bridgman will seek to bring these to life for you, the fascinated listener, with interesting facts and a dose of mischievous humor.
 
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Jim and Greg are both on vacation this week. They will be back June 25th. There will new episodes with guest hosts Thursday and Friday of this week. Today, please enjoy an encore presentation of the Three Martini Lunch.Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America are in very good spirits as they savor three wonderful marti ...…
 
Trudi Daniels (@TrudiDan) & Marc Fellhauer (@MarcFell) are here today! President Trump’s North Korea propaganda, Eli Zaret returns, we go in search of “Player Dave”, a parking “crisis” in Royal Oak, we sign Maz up for a party in an old building & we still don’t know why MonkeeMobile Mel has forsaken us. Breaking News: Kennedy finally got the Mi ...…
 
Trudi Daniels (@TrudiDan) & Marc Fellhauer (@MarcFell) are here today! President Trump’s North Korea propaganda, Eli Zaret returns, we go in search of “Player Dave”, a parking “crisis” in Royal Oak, we sign Maz up for a party in an old building & we still don’t know why MonkeeMobile Mel has forsaken us. Breaking News: Kennedy finally got the Mi ...…
 
Passage: Ruth 4:13-17 Speaker: Mitch Kim Unconventional Unions God’s eternal purposes are not derailed by desperate times. Instead, the Lord often uses those desperate times to shape our dependence upon Himself and sculpt his own trajectories. As I look back at this past year of Wellspring, I celebrate how the Lord has worked. In our histories, ...…
 
Kim Hagdorn joins Steve and Baz weekdays at 7.55am for all the latest sports news you need to know. On Wednesday, Haggers told us Mitch Marsh has been named captain of the Cricket Australia A team and it's possibly a trial.
 
Passage: Psalm 131 Speaker: Mitch Kim Series: True Rest Mother’s Rest “Mother love liberates” (Maya Angelou). Yes. Mother love is not about controlling from fear or holding on forever. Mother love is about liberating and launching children into their God-given (my addition) purpose. Yes, mothers care so that children do not fear their situation ...…
 
Passage: 2 Samuel 7:1-17 Speaker: Mitch Kim Series: True Rest Kingly Rest It is easy to presume upon grace. Since God has been so good to us, we try to pay God back for what he has done. Yet nothing that we can do can repay what God has done for us. We must not presume that since we have lived by grace until now, we can now do something for God ...…
 
McCabe Fired, White House Shuffle - Days before his formal retirement, Attorney General Jeff Sessions fires the former deputy director of the FBI Andrew McCabe. The right is ecstatic that justice has a slight glimmer once again. Although many would say this is a far cry from TRUE JUSTICE. The left has a different take on this. Rumors continue t ...…
 
Passage: Acts 2:1-13 Speaker: Mitch Kim Series: Community Of Eden Reconciled Unity In diversity, we often pursue a programmatic unity, drawing on ideas about intercultural competence to navigate challenges between cultures. Such programmatic unity is important; navigating cultural differences was the reason for the first church council in Acts ...…
 
Panel discussion moderated by Rev. Mitch Kim The Panel featured: Dr. Peter Cha, Professor of Church, Culture, and Society, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School Dr. Christin Fort, therapist at Central DuPage Pastoral Counseling Center Dr. Theon Hill, Assistant Professor of Communication, Wheaton College Rev. Dan Hyun, Lead Pastor of the Village C ...…
 
Passage: Daniel 7:1-18 Speaker: Mitch Kim Series: Ruling From Eden Ruling As The Son Of Man “I can’t do this.” Sometimes we feel powerless in the face of the challenge. Your family erupts in open conflict or seethes with passive aggression, and we feel unable to address this. The divisions in our nation run deeper and deeper, and our best effor ...…
 
Passage: John 1:14 Speaker: Mitch Kim Series: God Dwells Among Us God Dwells Among Us How good is good enough for God? If we had a scale, then will God weigh our good works versus our bad works? Is 70–30 okay? 51-49? The Bible says, “Without holiness nobody can see the Lord” (Heb 12:14). We need perfect holiness. So if religion is simply our at ...…
 
Passage: John 14:1–14 Speaker: Mitch Kim Series: God Dwells Among Us Way, Truth, and Life: He Came To Dwell In Our Trouble In this season of Advent, we remember the first Advent of Jesus’ coming in a manger and look forward to the second Advent of Jesus coming in power. Between these Advents, though, we may feel troubled when we don’t feel the ...…
 
Passage: John 8:12 Speaker: Mitch Kim Series: God Dwells Among Us Light: He Came to Dwell in our Darkness Are you afraid of the dark? The worst thing about darkness is not knowing whether we will bump into a wall, step on a toy, or fall down a stair with each step. And while God calls us out of darkness, He doesn’t give us the roadmap of where ...…
 
Passage: Gen 1:28 & 4:25–5:5 Speaker: Mitch Kim Series: Multiplying From Eden Martin Luther said that the church is not a succession of bishops but of true believers reaching all the way back to Adam, bought not with papal indulgences but by the blood of Jesus Christ. This critical Reformation insight ignited a movement 500 years ago that endur ...…
 
Passage: Romans 3:21-31 Speaker: Mitch Kim Series: Reformation Sunday This week we celebrate the five-hundredth anniversary of the Reformation. Five hundred years ago Johann Tetzel sold indulgences for the forgiveness of sins saying, “Once the coin into the coffer clings, a soul from purgatory heavenward springs.” On Oct 31, 1517, Martin Luther ...…
 
Leading The Church - 10-21-2017 - Dr. Mitch Kim - Wellspring Alliance Church - Wheaton by Leading the Church
 
Passage: Revelation 21:22-22:5 Speaker: Mitch Kim Series: Cultivating Our Eden We must always begin with the end in mind. If you are building a building, you begin with a prototype of its completion and build accordingly. The quality of the building is not determined simply by how hard we work but how closely it aligns to the prototype. As a re ...…
 
Passage: 1 Corinthians 3:5-15 Speaker: Mitch Kim Series: Cultivating Our Eden Although we have been exiled from Eden (Gen 3:22–24; Ezek 28:11–15), our work of cultivating our Eden (Gen 2:15) continues even in exile (Jer 29:1–14). As we have explored this theme for the past few weeks, the question remains, “What about Jesus? How is our call to c ...…
 
Bill Press welcomes Travis Waldron, Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) and Seung Min Kim to discuss Donald Trump's call for NBC's broadcast license to be revoked, the debate around whether college athletes deserve to be paid, a California congressman's call for Dianne Feinstein to primaried and Mitch McConnell's uncertain future as Senate majority leader - ...…
 
Passage: Jeremiah 29:1-14 Speaker: Mitch Kim Series: Cultivating Our Eden In Gen 2:4–17, we are formed in a barren wasteland to flourish by God’s presence and work with wisdom. Yet sin exiled us from God’s presence. So what does that mean for our work? Are we still to cultivate in exile? Adam’s exile from Eden sets a pattern that continues thro ...…
 
Passage: Ezek 28:11–19 Speaker: Mitch Kim Series: Cultivating Our Eden When pride puffs us up to feel too good (or bad) for a place, then exile happens. While we are formed in a barren wasteland to flourish by God’s presence and work a particular place (Gen 2:4–17), Adam and Eve are exiled from Eden because of their proud disobedience. Similarl ...…
 
Passage: Genesis 2:4-17 Speaker: Mitch Kim Series: Cultivating Our Eden Where are we going in this sermon series? As Genesis 1–3 provide an overture to the symphony of Scripture, these chapters lay a strong foundation to reading the entire Bible. In Genesis 1:1–2:3, the God who orders chaos commissions us as God’s representatives to express His ...…
 
Passage: Genesis 2:1-3 Speaker: Mitch Kim Series: Re-enchanting Creation Did God create the world for us? The six days of creation pinnacle with the creation of humanity and more space is dedicated in Genesis 1 to the creation of humanity than anything else. So can we conclude that God created all of this for us? No. God did not create the worl ...…
 
Passage: Genesis 1:26-31 Speaker: Mitch Kim Series: Re-Enchanting Creation A screwdriver can be used as a hammer but only very poorly. When something is used for its created purpose, then it is used most effectively. What are we here for? The climax of creation in Genesis 1 is the creation of humanity, and this chapter spells out what we are he ...…
 
Passage: Genesis 1:14-25 Speaker: Mitch Kim Series: Re-enchanting Creation Authority orders according to its proper function. After becoming senior pastor at Wellspring, the Governing Board granted me authority to lead our church and staff. This authority was not to be expressed in ordering people for my selfish ends (e.g., picking up my dry cl ...…
 
Passage: Genesis 1:1-13 Speaker: Mitch Kim Series: Re-enchanting Creation Even a secular world is haunted by God’s presence. A secular world explains everything in terms of natural, historical causes, demythologizing the miracles of the Bible, reducing revivals to the expression of historical forces and ministry success to marketing principles. ...…
 
For a great deal of the time humans have been walking around on Earth we were like other species. We spent most of our time outdoors and built shelters to sleep in, or to take refuge from severe weather. Somewhere along the line, that changed. Now most of we humans spend most of our lives indoors. Inside buildings. Our structures have become fa ...…
 
Passage: Ephesians 3:14-21 Speaker: Mitch Kim Series: We Are Wellspring We want to do good. We really do! Our problem is usually not absence of desire but strength to do the good that we want. We want to love our neighbors, serve others, help the hurting, but we struggle simply to vacuum, mow the lawn and cook dinner before we collapse on the c ...…
 
Passage: Ephesians 3:1-12 Speaker: Mitch Kim Series: We Are Wellspring Growth demands ownership. While a few leaders can own and carry a smaller church, the larger the church grows the greater the circle of ownership must expand. A few months ago, I found myself in a scary place. About a year and a half into our church merger, I felt stuck betw ...…
 
Passage: 1Samuel 30 Speaker: Mitch Kim Series: We Are Wellspring At Wellspring, are we consumers or servants? Consumers focus on satisfying their own needs; servants meet the needs of others. At Wellspring we have stepped obediently into a difficult mission in merging two churches, and consequently we have discovered that community is hard. Thi ...…
 
Teachers are some of the greatest people with whom we will ever cross paths. Hosts Zahra Hasanian and Brigitte Jia interview triple threat actor, producer, and coach, Natalie Mitchell about her evolution from working as a child actor in the movie Jack with Robin Williams to becoming an acting coach, producer, director, and founder of her own pr ...…
 
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