Best sherouse podcasts we could find (Updated December 2017)
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FBCGSO Sermons
Worship by the First Baptist community does not fit neatly into one of the two well-known and well-worn categories: "contemporary" or "traditional." Our worship is interactive, participatory and focused on God. In worship we celebrate the good news of Jesus and the presence of the Holy Spirit. We employ both ancient and modern forms that help us touch the transcendent as we seek a divine perspective on our lives in the world. Because our congregation is diverse in age, we use worship songs a ...
Metro Baptist Church, NYC
Sermons from Metro Baptist Church of New York City. Alan Sherouse & Tiffany Triplett Henkel, Pastors.
Life Coach and Author Sheri Kaye Hoff
Live Every Day with More Freedom, Happiness, and Success. Dr. Sheri's broadcasts to inspire you to live your joy and do what you love. Get your free gift at Sheri Kaye Hoff, PhD, MA, CGCL is a Life Coach, and Business Coach. She is a best selling author of transformational books. She is a near death survivor/thriver. She is a noted radio show guest,keynote speaker, and workshop leader. Coach Sheri uses a coaching approach that is spiritual, action oriented, intuitive, ...
Thinking in The Attic
This is a series of conversation exercizes based on the Rouse First Greek Course. It is a good supplement for begginning/intermediate students who have only practiced reading and writing Attic Greek and who haven't had much time in the classroom with an instructor.
She Speaks Faith
She Speaks Faith: A Podcast By Host Ramona Pinckney What is the true definition of faith? How exactly do some people harness the power of faith to help propel themselves through times of personal devastation and heartbreaking tragedy? How do they take hold of something so mysterious and find strength in it? You can find out how in She Speaks Faith, a podcast hosted by Ramona Pinckney. She Speaks Faith contains one-on-one interviews with people who’ve faced the worst of the worst, yet found t ...
Real Talk with the Rev and Cait
Comedic, serous, and surprisingly inspirational conversations between a dynamic father-daughter duo, the Rev and and 21 year old Cait. They talk about everything from from conspiracy theories to current issues, mental health and more. Tune in and hear how their special chemistry adds a natural element of humor to the conversation. Podcast will also feature various guests.Millennial vs Generation X.Inspiration, Humor, Truth ala “Real Talk!”
Tra La Laa! Radio Network
No matter what your fancy, the Tra La Laa! Radio Network has a podcast for you. From episode-to-episode analyses of waning sitcoms to self improvement through unpalatable snack foods, and maybe even a round of the rousing highs and dizzying lows of Heavy or Light?™ America's Fastest Growing Game, Tra La Laa! is there with rapid-fire LAFFS and concerning specificity. Download an episode now for your chance to win.**Tra La Laa! Radio Network has no plans to issue prizes. But don't you see? The ...
Robin Hood. by CRESWICK, Paul
"Well, Robin, on what folly do you employ yourself? Do you cut sticks for our fire o' mornings?" Thus spoke Master Hugh Fitzooth, King's Ranger of the Forest at Locksley, as he entered his house. Robin flushed a little. "These are arrows, sir," he announced, holding one up for inspection. Dame Fitzooth smiled upon the boy as she rose to meet her lord. "What fortune do you bring us to-day, father?" asked she, cheerily. Fitzooth's face was a mask of discontent. "I bring myself, dame," answered ...
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show series Matthew 4:12-23 “Immediately they left their nets and followed Jesus.” It’s a jarring, almost fanciful moment – how quickly Andrew and Simon, then James and John – set down their nets. Because it’s not just the nets that drop, it’s a way of being and a whole set of motions rehears ...… Matthew 3:13-17 “Is he going to drown her?” I thought to myself. I was in Romania a decade ago as part of a group of students from Wake Forest Divinity School on pilgrimage for a week, where we were attending a Sunday night baptism service. The large, zealous, imposing pastor was ...… Matthew 2:1-12 It was only a matter of time, but it turned out to be this year’s holiday road trip when the timeless question started to come from the back of the minivan: “How much farther?” This time last week we were getting packed to return from a week in Florida. Thanks again ...… Luke 2:25-35 Last night – Christmas Eve – we gathered beneath the star. As I shared a homily, I held my 5 month old baby, Elizabeth Bea, because at first, that’s what the story is about: holding a baby. My friend Ashley-Anne recalled this a few years back when she was standing in ...… We know the Messiah of which Handel’s oratorio speaks. It’s Jesus. The Christ. Born to Mary, in Bethlehem. Yet in the whole work – 53 movements, and roughly 3 hours in its entirety, we never hear Jesus’ voice. The text tells us of the promise of the Messiah and the coming of the M ...… Isaiah 35:1-10 and Matthew 11:2-11 It was December 1943 and another Advent season had come for the Lutheran pastor and theologian, Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Bonhoeffer loved Advent. “ The joy of God goes through the poverty of the manger and the agony of the cross” he once wrote. “That ...… Isaiah 2:1-5 and Matthew 24:36-44 In Greensboro, we give you a week, but then the endless rush of seasonal traditions begins. Just this weekend there was the Candle Tea, the Festival of Lights, Parades, Concerts, countless Breakfasts with the Big Guy, and the list continues. On th ...… Isaiah 11:1-10 and Matthew 3:1-12 Dr. Benjamin Wall is a professor at Greensboro College, an Anglican priest, and a new friend of mine. As we sat one morning over coffee downtown, I learned that he is also our Westerwood neighbor, living only a block or so from our church. He love ...…
November is Commitment Season at First Baptist Church Greensboro, as we remember again who we are and pledge our gifts to the life and ministry we share as a community of faith. Our Commitment theme this year is “As We Go,” based on the benediction we share at the end of each service. This week’s sermon was the last of three sermons on this the ...…
November is Commitment Season at First Baptist Church Greensboro, as we remember again who we are and pledge our gifts to the life and ministry we share as a community of faith. Our Commitment theme this year is “As We Go,” based on the benediction we share at the end of each service. This week’s sermon is the second of three sermons on the the ...…
November is Commitment Season at First Baptist Church Greensboro, as we remember again who we are and pledge our gifts to the life and ministry we share as a community of faith. Our Commitment theme this year is “As We Go,” based on the benediction we share at the end of each service. This week’s sermon is the first of three sermons on the them ...… Luke 18:9-14 They used to call me “winner.” Now understand, this was not meant as a compliment. My college roommates and friends called me “winner” with a great deal of sarcasm, poking fun at me because they knew that whatever the contest – whether intramural flag football, ping p ...… Luke 18:1-8 I opened my mouth, and the words would not come. Have you ever found yourself without words? A friend’s diagnosis, a loved one’s bad news, an accident or a loss. You open your mouth, but the words just won’t come. Or if they do come, they don’t reach very far. You’re l ...… Luke 17:11-19 Many of you know that my father, Craig Sherouse, is a pastor – at Second Baptist in Richmond, VA – and I grew up as a preacher’s kid, which was a great life, except when it wasn’t. Like when the eccentric director of Adult Sunday School at my home church, hatched a s ...… Luke 12:13-21 Prayer: God, we trust that you have our best interests at heart. As we hear the reading of your Word and the Word proclaimed, remind us that we have been raised with Christ, and inspire us to seek the things that are above, through the power of your Holy Spirit. Am ...…
“Red Vineyards at Arles,” Vincent Van Gogh Matthew 21.33-46 The best stories are the ones in which we can find ourselves – floating a river with Huckleberry Finn, or journeying through Middle Earth with Frodo and Sam, or crusading for justice with Atticus Finch. The best stories ...…
Read or listen to our sermons from Baccalaureate Sunday. Anna Stephens of Grimsley High School and Caleb Wilson of Western Guilford High School delivered “Senior Sermons,” and Pastor Alan Sherouse offered a charge to the Class of 2016. Faith in Music | Anna Stephens Ephesians ...…
Last Sunday’s sermon was the last of post-Easter sermons on the various ways the followers of Jesus receive and react to the news that Jesus is risen. The New Testament gives us a whole encyclopedia of the ways people respond to Jesus’ empty tomb and his return to his followers. There’s no uniform response to this moment, which means there’s sp ...… John 17:20-26 I wonder what rituals and traditions – what words and motions – you share with your family, or those you love most. Are their familiar words shared between grandparent and grandchild in the driveway each time one of you gets in your car to leave? Do you stretch out ...… John 21.1-19 How do you measure the growth of a church? This is the subject of a recent article from our friends at the Center for Healthy Churches. (1) Church consultants point to a range of data when trying to quantify growth, but more often than not when determining the size, ...…
Job Sermons – Covenant United Reformed Church
Scripture: Job 38:1-40:5 Preacher: Rev. David Inks Sermon Outline Introduction, I. The Challenge 38:1-3 II. The Contest 38:4-39:41 III. The 1st Fall 40:1-2 IV. The Lesson 40:3-5 Conclusion Job 38:1-40:5 (ESV) Job 38 1 Then the Lord answered Job out of the whirlwind and said: 2 “Who is this that darkens counsel by words without knowledge? 3 Dres ...…
Sermons – The Episcopal Church in Almaden
For my birthday last Sunday, my family took me to the best Christmas pageant ever – well, the best one until ours next week, of course. It’s a Mexican pageant play that is put on every year at the mission church in San Juan Bautista by a theater company called El Teatro Campesino. At Christmastime they do one of two plays, alternating year by y ...…
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