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Updated February 2020
Updated February 2020
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Marcus Gill is a yielded vessel to the will of God for his life. He has not only understood the will of God, but it has become the call on his life, to repair the breach, restore the old waste places, and lead the way to prosperity. His approach to ministry focuses on bridging the gap of cultures, ages, and society by offering a sound that is relative to every listener.
Current events. Bible prophecy. The ancient past. How does it all fit together? Find out now. Produced by Pathway to Paradise Ministries.
Sermons delivered at The Episcopal Church of Our Saviour, Mill Valley, California: A welcoming community for those seeking to deepen their relationship with God, and to journey in faith with God's people through the breaking of bread and in service to others, in Christ's name.
Regardless of your faith tradition, we speak to the higher self in each of us. Take what serves you from these messages for inspiration and encouragement. We can all use a bit of that.God Bless.
Advancing the Fame of Jesus
ABC radio news and current affairs afternoon program reporting on Australia and the world.
The Gathering: A Time for Reflection, Revival & Resistance is a highly spiritual/issue-based monthly program to equip our community with resources for faithful reflection and public action on moral issues. Produced in North Carolina by Repairers of the Breach, the Gathering is co-hosted by the Bishop William J. Barber II and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove. Answer the call to action at breachrepairers.org.
The Third Day Worship Centre podcast is a podcast from sermons preached by Apostle Francis Armstrong at Third Day Worship Centre in Kingston Ontario. Visit us online at www.tdwc.ca
Apostolic House Of Deliverance (AHOD Worship Center) is ministry that believes in the uncompromised Word of God! Our prayer is that you're strengthened listening to God's Word!
Lisa Smith sharing at Grace on February 16, 2020By Sonoma Grace
Isaiah and Jesus touch on what it means to be faithful in bitter times.By firstname.lastname@example.org (The Rev. Br. Richard Edward Helmer)
Isaiah 58:1-9a, [9b-12] Shout out, do not hold back!Lift up your voice like a trumpet! Announce to my people their rebellion,to the house of Jacob their sins. Yet day after day they seek meand delight to know my ways, as if they were a nation that practiced righteousnessand did not forsake the ordinance of their God; they ask of me righteous judgme…
The senior officer, who was heading the car fire investigation in Brisbane, has been taken off the case after controversial remarks about the matter; two Diamond Princess evacuees have been found to have the COVID-19 virus after landing in Australia; and investigations begin into the train derailment near Melbourne last night which killed two peopl…
Grieving communities have rallied across QLD to remember the victims of domestic and family violence after the murder-suicide of Hannah Clarke and her three children on Wednesday.
Are there ways to prevent family violence crimes, like the ones perpetrated in Brisbane this week?
A 24-year-old woman and a 78-year-old man off the ship have been found to have the COVID-19 virus, during testing at the Howard Springs quarantine centre near Darwin.
As investigations begin into the train derailment near Melbourne last night which killed two people, the rail union has claimed that the train line concerned was awaiting maintenance and that some drivers had refused to use it.
2.7 million tonnes of debris and rubble has to be cleaned up in southeast NSW alone after the season's horror fires. The cleanup contractor started work this week, starting in the tiny New South Wales town of Mogo.
As Democrats continue to rip each other apart in the race to lead the party into the White House, financial modelling shows Trump in fact will be easily re-elected.
Trust me! Don’t waste your time and energy waiting on people to prove they love you!By Marcus Gill
The family of the victims of yesterday's horrific domestic violence murder in Brisbane have detailed a history of domestic abuse and intimidation; And back on Australian soil, but not home yet - most of the Australians trapped on the coronavirus riddled Diamond Princess fly into Darwin, to more time in quarantine.…
The family of the woman who died violently with her three children yesterday in a car that was turned into an inferno have detailed a history of domestic abuse and intimidation.
Once again, it takes the murders of a woman and her children at the hands of their partner and father to highlight Australia's domestic violence problem, and a system that still falls short on protection.
The majority of Australians who were onboard the coronavirus-hit cruise ship have touched down in Darwin for two more weeks of quarantine, amid reports that two passengers from the Diamond Princess cruise ship have died.
It's been a hard summer for many Australians with many losing loved ones, thousands losing their homes, and now we now know tens of thousands have lost their jobs.
The former New York mayor and former Republican Michael Bloomberg came under heavy fire in his first appearance in the party's televised debates, as the race continues for a candidate to challenge Donald Trump in November.
At the extradition case against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is being heard, Julian Assange's barrister has alleged that Donald Trump offered to pardon Assange if he denied Russian involvement in Democratic Party email leaks.
Anger over his handling of a sexual abuse case involving a student costs the principal of St Kevin's College his job; And today in Brisbane, a horrific act of family violence has left three young children dead and a woman in a critical condition.
The headmaster of the prestigious Melbourne Catholic boys' school St Kevin's College has resigned after it was revealed he'd given a character reference for a sports coach who was convicted of grooming a pupil at the school.
Social commentator and Guardian Australia journalist David Marr says institutions that try to protect themselves when they've done wrong must be hit where it hurts - in the hip pocket.
It's alleged Rowan Baxter, a Brisbane father of three who's a former NRL player and who owns a personal training business, set alight a car carrying his former wife and their three children.
'The straw that breaks the camels back' - that's how social workers are describing the end point facing many workers who simply can't afford life basic necessities after being underpaid for years.
As Bashar al-Assad pledges to continue the onslaught in Syria, saying complete victory is in sight, one UN advisor says the international community has failed to protect some of the most vulnerable people in the world.
There's a growing push against the manufacturers that don't want you or your repairman to fix your device. The Right to Repair movement has seen laws passed in Europe in recent months to make repair easier and cheaper.
Bosses say if a plan to make wage theft a crime goes ahead, prices will rise and it'll cost jobs - but are they letting careless companies off the hook? And under pressure over the COVID virus, China's now faced with another damaging leak of official documents on its mass detention of up Muslim Uighurs.…
The main group representing bosses says jobs will be at risk if the government moves to criminalise wage theft, a plan suggested by the Federal Attorney General. Coles, has confessed to underpaying its workers by about $20 million.
The Federal Government's revealed its plans for extensive testing of any Australians who want to leave Diamond Princess cruise ship, currently stuck off Japan, as it attempts to prevent any further spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Growing a long beard, wearing a head veil and having a passport are among the reasons Chinese officials cite on newly revealed official documents to justify putting up to a million Uighur Muslims into what it calls re-education camps.
Shocking revelations about the handling of grooming allegations at one of the nation's top Catholic boys' schools on Four Corners last night have triggered an investigation by Victoria's education regulator.
With the final demise of the brand name Holden, many of us have indulged in a little nostalgia, but what is it that would rival the heady days of car making here; what should Australia make?
Originally from the US, the "fall armyworm", which looks like any old green caterpillar, has a voracious appetite and the ability to spread fast, posing a threat to more than 350 plants and crops.
Australian passengers will be evacuated from the Diamond Princess cruise ship currently docked off Japan; The beloved Holden car brand is to disappear after plummeting sales in Australia; and the ABC loses its attempt to quash the AFP warrant used to raid the national broadcaster's headquarters.
The Government is preparing to evacuate the Australian passengers on the Diamond Princess cruise ship currently in quarantine off Japan - but they'll have to undergo a further two weeks in isolation when they get home.
The coronavirus epidemic is testing China's authoritarian model of government under President Xi Jinping, with citizens defying bans to share their ordeals on social media and demand accountability.
General Motors has announced it will be winding down Holden's operations in Australia and retiring what for some was a keystone of the country's identity - and a one-time giant of Australian manufacturing.
The ABC is warning that the Federal Court's decision to throw out a the national broadcaster's challenge to the validity of the warrant that allowed the Australian Federal Police to raid their headquarters in June last year.
In the wake of the Aged Care Royal Commission, the Health Services Union is pushing for a Medicare-style levy to make up a shortfall it estimates at anywhere between $5 and $40 billion.
There are fears today that people in regional communities and towns might up and leave en masse, if they abandon the idea of rebuilding after bushfires.
Sometimes our most healing ministries are hidden in plain sight.By email@example.com (The Rev. Gerald Caprio)
There are so many things to become angry about. Whether it is a person or a situation, there is no shortage of things upon which to focus our anger. But what is the cost of anger? How much of a toll is it taking on you?Take a personal inventory of the anger you are holding and you will quickly become aware of the value of forgiveness.God bless,Rev …
The head of the PM's department finds significant shortcomings in Bridget McKenzie's role in the sports rorts scandal; more Australians contract coronavirus on board a cruise; and two Lord Mayors of Australia plan to seriously ramp up their war against carbon emissions.
North Asia correspondent Jake Sturmer speaks to a confirmed virus case from the Diamond Princess cruise ship, Cairns man Paul Fidrmuc, who was taken off the ship and into hospital earlier this week.
As the coronavirus death toll reaches 1,380, Australian universities are scrambling to provide online classes to some of the 100,000 international students still stuck in China, thanks to the ongoing travel ban.
The Lord Mayor of Melbourne, Sally Capp, joins PM to discuss plans to ramp up climate change action, prompted by the summer bushfire crisis.
Yet another large glacier in Antarctica is shedding a huge 300-square-kilometre iceberg, as scientists warn ice lost in Antarctica could send sea levels anywhere between 6 centimetres and half a metre higher this century.
Amid rumblings for months about war with Iran, critics of Donald Trump have been trying to rally support to reign in the President's war powers — and now the US Senate has passed legislation to do just that.
There's a new industrial stoush at Qantas, with the airline threatening to replace its pilots on new long-haul flights if they don't reach a pay deal.
The Government continues to defend the controversial sports grants scheme, despite the avalanche of expert criticism, and now new information about what the head of the Prime Minister's department thought of it all.
Claims a vast majority of registered clubs in New South Wales are not complying with laws to stop money laundering and terror financing;And 12 years since Kevin Rudd delivered the apology to the stolen generations, Aboriginal elders warn that child protection services around the country are repeating the the failures of the past.…