For this weeks episode Russ Breault is back on the podcast. He has been researching and lecturing on The Shroud of Turin for over 30 years. His highly acclaimed presentation known as Shroud Encounter makes use of over 200 superb images and unfolds like a CSI investigation. He has presented to hundreds of audiences from New York to Hawaii. College and university presentations include Duke, Johns Hopkins, Penn State, Cal State, West Point, and many others. He has appeared in several nationally televised documentaries including Mysteries of the Ancient World on CBS. Most recently, he appeared in the highly acclaimed, Uncovering the Face of Jesus —A two-hour documentary on The History Channel. Mr. Breault was both advisor and a primary expert for this groundbreaking program. He was a primary expert for EWTN's documentary, The Holy Winding Sheet. He has also been interviewed for Good Morning America, World News Tonight and was a consultant for CNN's Finding Jesus episode on the Shroud. Subscribe to Spotify or Apple Podcasts to listen each week. New episodes are uploaded every Thursday-Friday. Want to learn more about author Guy R. Powell? Check out the socials below: Website: www.guypowell.com Instagram: @guy.r.powell Facebook: @AHistoryOfTheShroudOfTurin Email List: https://www.youtube.com/redirect?event=video_description&redir_token=QUFFLUhqa20xMkVramFsZ1lZYXdaaHB3LVZpV29DRXhMd3xBQ3Jtc0trNHFhNThnYXBzLV9UR08zeFE4bEZTRkp3TmVCZzIwZWVRUUVaTXhSbm0xMVhXakJKZTFUX1ZEMkpYVDUwX2ZnbWpoelNveG9GOFZGR09HeXdfU2E3T01oWEZpQ21waDF0b2tSYTZ2MGRwTVgtQmlpVQ&q=https%3A%2F%2Fguypowell.us6.list-manage.com%2Fsubscribe%3Fu%3D27f4c87d37aa36fffdca695f3%26id%3D6857bf7051&v=ufSS3xZhTsQ (https://guypowell.us6.list-manage.com...) Connect today to unlock the mysteries of the Shroud of Turin.
This week I am joined by my good friend, Adam Day! Adam is married to one my college roommates, Tori! Adam and Tori are 2 of my favorite people. This week, Adam shares his story of being a skeptic regarding God and faith. He read every book he could get his hand on, studied ancient philosophers and asked himself the question “why am I here?” At the end of his two year journey, all of his questions were answered through the life of Jesus Christ.
Welcome to the season premiere of Edifi With Billy Hallowell! Did you know: an NFL player-turned-pastor was the first-ever pro football player to take a knee in prayer after a touchdown (it was in 1977 and obviously wasn't Tim Tebow; it was the Rev. Herbert Lusk). We'll be talking about the phenomenal player's story and his recent death.Plus: filmmaker and actor Alex Kendrick drops by to discuss his new movie "Lifemark" and the powerful stories he's hearing about people finding Jesus as a result of the incredible movie.FOLLOW BILLY:- Follow Billy on Twitter- Follow Billy on Instagram- Follow Billy on Facebook
Chris discusses doubt and disillusionment in our faith. Wrestling with deep questions is normal and often a helpful way to deepen our understanding of Jesus. (Due to technical difficulties, the first couple minutes of the sermon are not included)
In which John and David discuss Peter's teaching to the temple crowd in Acts 3. What does this sermon tell us about how the early Christians saw the story of Jesus and how it shaped their view of the world?Episode 67 of the Two Texts Podcast | Disruptive Presence 14If you want to get in touch about something in the podcast you can reach out on email@example.com or by liking and following the Two Texts podcast on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. If you enjoy the podcast, we'd love it if you left a review or comment where you're listening from – and if you really enjoyed it, why not share it with a friend?Music by Woodford Music (c) 2021________Ads that support our show, or a chance for you to support us:Support the show
Listen as my friend Julie shares how she had found sobriety in secular recovery but it wasn't until almost 10 years later that she found true life transformation in a personal relationship with Jesus as her higher power! Julie shares how her addiction started by trying to fill a void, but quickly became unmanageable and how looking back she could see God's pursuit of her the whole time!! Registration for “How to Reduce Anxiety and Find Peace” workshop: https://forms.gle/FDoRxCuyiBf63YZU9 Contact me- firstname.lastname@example.org Community- https://bit.ly/Anchoredin Website- https://anchoredinalways.com/ Help- https://celebraterecovery.com/
You would think that the hosts of a church breakfast would invite a homeless man sitting in front of their steps to enjoy a hearty meal. However, when 20-year-old Mike Yankoski decided to conduct a social experiment and chose to be homeless for five months to see the church's response, he was instead told to leave. On today's edition of Family Talk, Yankoski, the author of Under the Overpass, shares that when he attended that same church the following Sunday, the man who chased him away asked for forgiveness through tears. Mike urges the church to follow Christ's example and love the unattractive, and the unlovable, including the homeless. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/707/29
Did you know that there are over half a million Americans who are homeless? Can you imagine what it's like to live on the streets? No bed or shower. No easy way to get food or a job. On today's classic edition of Family Talk, Mike Yankoski, the author of Under the Overpass, shares with Dr. James Dobson his experience of going undercover to learn how the homeless community lives. Throughout his five-month journey, he lost 25 pounds, grew his hair and beard, and eventually repelled people by his body odor. As Mike ate out of the trash, was ignored, and even witnessed a violent encounter, he felt dehumanized and disgusting. His experience gave him increased Christ-life compassion for those who really are homeless. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/707/29
In this episode Logan Karl sits down with Megan Metzger and they discuss topics involving physical and mental health. Megan found herself in the gym after enduring lots of hardships in life and being at her lowest point. Finding Jesus and eventually going to the gym daily helped her re-gain control of her mind and take ownership of who she is meant to be in life. If you are struggling with anxiety, depression, eating disorders, lack of motivation or just plain confusion in life... this episode is for you! Megan's personal Instagram: megan_ metzger15 Megan's clothing brand Instagram: fitnessbabes333
With Ace out of town, Scott has friends Rhonda Corey and Roman Pierce in the Acement for a comedy discussion that crosses many subjects from remember our first jokes to bad teen years to finding religion to Rhonda's delicious chocolate chip scones. Go to www.patreon.com/behindthefunny to support the podcast
For this week I will be interviewing Russ Breault who has been researching and lecturing on The Shroud of Turin for over 30 years. His highly acclaimed presentation known as Shroud Encounter makes use of over 200 superb images and unfolds like a CSI investigation. He has presented to hundreds of audiences from New York to Hawaii. College and university presentations include Duke, Johns Hopkins, Penn State, Cal State, West Point, and many others. He has appeared in several nationally televised documentaries including Mysteries of the Ancient World on CBS. Most recently, he appeared in the highly acclaimed, Uncovering the Face of Jesus —A two-hour documentary on The History Channel. Mr. Breault was both advisor and a primary expert for this groundbreaking program. He was a primary expert for EWTN's documentary, The Holy Winding Sheet. He has also been interviewed for Good Morning America, World News Tonight and was a consultant for CNN's Finding Jesus episode on the Shroud. Subscribe on Spotify or Apple Podcasts to listen to each week. New episodes uploaded every Thursday-Friday. Want to learn more? Check out the socials below: Website: www.guypowell.com Instagram: @guy.r.powell Facebook: @AHistoryOfTheShroudOfTurin Join the email list for the latest news on the podcast: https://guypowell.us6.list-manage.com...
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This week, I am joined with my older brother Ej. We are talking all things Christianity, our own faith walks, lessons, and a little bit of advice we've learned along the way. Join us for some for some fun and good gem dropping. Contact Me: email@example.com My Recommendations of Speakers: Priscilla Shirer, Lisa Harper, Sarah Jakes Roberts, Jackie Hill Perry, Stephanie Ike, Keion Henderson, Dr. Anita Phillips, & Michael Phillips.
We welcome on another of our ID brothers Mickel. He is a long time expert in personal training and body building so we get to hear that journey as well as his experience with Buddhism and then later finding Jesus.
“Jesus, I want to believe you. I think that you are real, and I don't know what that means.”These are the bold and sincere words that today's guest prayed at the very moment she encountered Jesus for the first time. As we continue with our “Encounter” series, today you will get to meet our guest Phaedra Taylor. She is kind, and a very talented artist located in Austin, TX. I could talk to her for hours. Her story is so incredible and so powerful. Phaedra was raised in a cult as a Jehovah's Witness. For years she lived an oppressed and controlled life, and that was the only way she knew how to live it. Until one day, when her life was completely falling apart, she had an encounter with Jesus. This encounter was a fruit of prayers and intentionality from Christian friends she met in college. Grab some tissues, go listen, and make sure to check out Phaedra's work linked in this episode's show notes.Connect with JamieFacebook // Instagram // YouTubeGET ALL THE LINKS FROM THE SHOW HERE
Sue Duffield sits down with Christian Country artist, LIsa Daggs, for a personal and reflective conversation about how she struggled through the challenges and temptations of an entertainer's lifestyle. She worked to rediscover the inner peace she had lost. “I was full of self-will, running my own show, and believing I knew what was best for my life,” she recalls. Lisa forced her way through the process of overcoming the severe consequences caused by her previous lifestyle, but then turned her life over to the complete care of God, trusting Him for strength and guidance. Sue's gem of a new friend, Lisa, courageously shares her own story of loss, redemption, and hope - to inspire everyone she meets. As a vocal performance artist Lisa has been honored with numerous awards including The Gospel Voice Diamond Award for Country Artist of the Year (other nominees included Charlie Daniels, Ricky Skaggs, Marty Raybon and Lee Ann Rimes), CCMA's Entertainer of the Year and New Artist of the Year, and as “the brightest newcomer to the scene” by the Christian Country Research Bulletin. She is also a Gaither Homecoming Artist, and has traveled the world sharing her music and story. For more about LIsa Daggs, www.lisadaggs.net www.sueduffield.com
Part three of a trio of a conversations with Dr. Teresa Gardner about the fall retreat she's leading for us titled "Finding Jesus in the Feasts." Teresa is the director of the Zion Center for Worship and the Arts and is coming to Sacramento with ten of her dancers on October 21-22, 2022. In this final installment, Teresa talks about the third feast we'll be focusing on: Tabernacles. Did you know that Teresa is bringing a troupe of dancers with her to help us learn and celebrate the feasts?!
Part two of a conversation with Dr. Teresa Gardner about the retreat she's leading for us in the fall titled "Finding Jesus in the Feasts." Teresa is the director of the Zion Center for Worship and the Arts and is coming to Sacramento with ten of her dancers on October 21-22, 2022. In this episode, Teresa talks about the second feast we'll be focusing on: Pentecost. Did you know that Pentecost also has images and echoes of a wedding? Join us!
Part one of a conversation with Dr. Teresa Gardner about the retreat she's leading for us in the fall titled "Finding Jesus in the Feasts." Teresa is the director of the Zion Center for Worship and the Arts and is coming to Sacramento with ten of her dancers on October 21-22, 2022. In this installment, Teresa gives a broad overview of the retreat then talks about the first feast we'll be focusing on: Passover. Join us!
In this message, Pastor Chuck shares the masks he used to hide behind as a kid to project the right image, to protect himself from heartbreak, to numb the pain, and to tirelessly climb ladders to finally ‘become' enough. He shares the pain, toil, and ultimate failures of this path…and how again and again in his story, Jesus has broken through to “save” him and lead him: into his real identity and true freedom. For anyone who is weary, jaded, running, or somewhere hiding, this is a breakthrough message to step out from behind the mask and into the light!
Don't miss this new edition, In The Studio with Michael Card. In the commentary segment we'll continue our extended series from Michael recorded last summer at The Cove. Listen in as he seeks to answer the question, “why don't we know Jesus better?” In the second half we'll welcome Curtis Zackary as he talks about his book on “Finding Soul Rest”. We'll prepare for to honor fathers by discussing how to model a life that is not overwhelmed by staying busy. Expand your understating of the Bible, learn new ways to find rest and enjoy Michael's music as you listen in on this session, In The Studio with Michael Card.