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We are a Baptist body of believers cooperating with the Southern Baptist Convention through the Baptist Convention of New York and the Frontier Baptist Association. We were established on October 18, 1825, committed to proclaiming the Good News of Jesus Christ in Franklinville, NY and the surrounding area. The purpose of our Church is to glorify God in worship, win people to Christ, build them to Christ-like maturity, and equip them for ministry in the Church and in the world. We will encour ...
 
Rebuilders is an initiative started by Red Church to help churches, leaders, and believers grapple with the issues presented by an increasingly secular society. We firmly believe God is preparing to move and is rebuilding His Church with particular building blocks to enable her to flourish in a post-Christian, secular world.
 
Church of Love will explore the changing dynamic of religion occurring worldwide. The podcast seeks to understand the change from traditional religious institutions to an personalized connection and relationship with a higher being (God). ​Church of Love explores this new spiritual frontier and the commonality of this evolving belief is that God is still considered, in whatever shape he/she/it takes, the essence of love.Church of Love is a podcast hosted by Jyoti (Susan Kiskis), along with c ...
 
We are a church called HOPE serving Exmouth and the East Devon region. We love Jesus, believe he was God, think that life is all about him, and want to worship him with everything in us. This podcast is the audio from our Sunday morning teaching. For more information about HOPE visit us on the web at wearehope.org.uk.
 
Technology is constantly reshaping our lives, disrupting the status quo and creating new possibilities. Stay up to date, satisfy your curiosity, and live more intentionally through our mix of interviews with people integrating faith and tech, theological takes on the latest tech news, stories from the frontlines of industry, book summaries, and more. Join us as we apply the theology of technology to all of life and help each other demystify tech to use it for God’s purposes.
 
This series consists of interviews with leading experts in the areas of Portuguese and Spanish history, from the beginning of the Portuguese discoveries in 1415 to the end of Spanish dominion in America in 1898. The interviews cover a range of topics on the domestic and overseas histories of both nations, which include, among others: the Portuguese explorations of Africa and Asia, Spanish navigation and settlement in America, the church in Portugal and Spain, monarchy and intermarriage in th ...
 
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If people spend 7 to 8 hours a day on digital platforms, how can they make the most of that time for the Gospel? #HACK is an Indigitous hackathon bringing Christians together to answer that question. In collaboration with organizations like the American Bible Society, Coalition of the Willing, and World Vision, participants from more than 46 countr…
 
Unlike the king, who was a distant figure somewhere far away, the Church reached each and every one living in Scandinavia in the Middle Ages. It quickly became a rich and powerful institution that developed in parallel with the kingdom, often aiding and strengthening the secular political power—but sometimes also challenging it.…
 
Despite Magnus Barefoot’s best efforts, the Viking Age eventually ended and turned into the Middle Ages. At the time, Scandinavia was divided politically into three kingdoms: Denmark, Norway and Sweden. This is an overview of their physical and political landscapes, as well as the financial and military resources at the medieval king’s disposal.…
 
How might Christians think about bitcoin? Amidst all the hype, Tripp Parker shares his thoughts with Chris about why Bitcoin could be "Christian money" and the ways it aligns/may not align with God's Kingdom. This episode looks at the differences between Bitcoin, fiat currency, and our existing monetary system. Listen in to hear about its resilienc…
 
Harald Hardrada’s son Olav returned to Norway with his father’s body and proceeded to rule in peace for a quarter of a century, shunning war and glory in favor of law, commerce and religion. But his son, Magnus, resembled his martial grandfather Harald and wanted to reignite the Viking Age. Magnus fought wars in England, Sweden and Ireland. In the …
 
Just as Magnus the Good was getting comfortable as king, his uncle showed up from nowhere demanding to share the kingdom. Since uncle Harald was rich and powerful, Magnus had little choice but to agree. The arrangement was awkward and brief, ending with Magnus' death. Harald went on to try and conquer both Denmark and England, but the only thing he…
 
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