Taken from our Sunday morning service at 10am. Continued from last weeks message Chris breaks down the importance of the Christian walk. We are currently going through 2 Timothy and are in verses 3:14-17.Join us for our 10am Sunday Service! 6355 Corte Del Abeto, C100 Carlsbad, CA 92011Email firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone (760) 603-9777
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Rundown of two Mickey Rourke movies of different eras. Exit in Red (1996) indie noir thriller mystery slice of shady dealings with Annabel Schofield, Carrie Otis, Anthony Michael Hall.Also, true story, Man of God (2011) following the life of Saint Nektarios. Mickey has a small ultra significant role in Man of God, a miracle moment not to be missed.
A new MP3 sermon from The Faith Bible Study Hour is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: A Man of God Subtitle: Romans Speaker: Wayne Villarreal Broadcaster: The Faith Bible Study Hour Event: Sunday Service Date: 6/19/2022 Bible: Romans 1:1 Length: 27 min.
Taken from our Sunday morning service at 10am. This week Pastor Chris breaks down the importance of our walk as Christians, and what it looks like to go all in for God, as modeled in the life of Paul. We our currently going through 2 Timothy and are in verses 3:10-13.Join us for our 10am Sunday Service! 6355 Corte Del Abeto, C100 Carlsbad, CA 92011Email email@example.comPhone (760) 603-9777
Let's welcome another guest onto The JRNE Podcast, my sister in Christ, Gabby Amari ! She'll be sharing some of her experiences being in a God-centered relationship for a year and what God had to develop in the two of them before they got together. She also shares a little bit of her testimony, how she met her current boyfriend and more!
On This Week at Charlestown Road, Jason and Roger revisit Sunday morning's sermon, The Work Shepherds Must Do, digging deeper into a foundational truth: the man of God leading the people of God must know the word of God.
Join The Standard Here: https://theaffluentstandard.com/collections/all This week on the podcast we are joined by Ladarius Campbell to discuss his viral Steve Harvey video, temptations of success, godly masculinity and much more. Be sure to hit the subscribe and join The Standard via the link below. Join The Standard Here: https://theaffluentstandard.com/collections/all Get the manhood course here: https://roommatesshop.com Sign up for Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/theroommates Follow Hafeez on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hafeezhtx/
Despite no longer being a member of the Mormon church, M.K. encounters a very faithful man who encourages him to reflect on his own time and his faith in addition to how people take in information and interpret the things around them. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/getlost-hypnotherapy/support
On this week's episode we have the pleasure of speaking with Matt Davis. Matt played quarterback for SMU, but when health issues impacted his path to the NFL, Matt was faced with one of many seasons of transition in his life. No matter what industry, or occupation you step into professionally, life is full of transitions. Tune in to hear Matt and I discuss transitions, and the power of understanding that "Who you become along the way is way more important than where you go." Please share the episode if you enjoy it. @jmitchdoee @matthewhdavis @walkonmentalityconsulting
We are back with Alonzo dropping more nuggets targeted to Millennials and Gen Z-ers. Listen with an open heart and mind, and receive the healing and restoration that you have been praying for.In this episode, you will:Learn how your choices reveal who and what you honorLearn how Alonzo found his purposeLearn how to access God's peace… practicallyLearn what to do if you do not have a father or father-figure in your lifeLearn the truth about worshipLearn how to overcome your strugglesReceive a powerful prayer of restorationListen now. Be inspired through Word, be empowered through prayer, and have a SOLID Saturday.Stay connected and know when Tiffany is coming to your town by joining Tiffany's mailing list: www.simplytiffany.netFor bookings or to share how this podcast is impacting you, email the Simply Tiffany Admin Team at firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow on IG: @saturdayprayerinspiration Support the show
Such a beautiful image is presented to us of the life obedience in a few paragraphs. St. John finds himself wrapped in conversation with one of the elderly fathers. He is asked if he has embraced the life that God has made possible for him. The Holy Spirit has descended upon him with the dew of purity, not unlike that of the blessed Virgin Mary, and the Most High has overshadowed him with patience, the very patience of Christ. This is the grace that has been given to us all. Thus St. John is asked by the elder if his life is reflective of that reality. Has he bound himself with a towel of obedience, making himself the slave and the servant of the members of his community, willing to embrace every self- abasement? Does he guard his heart strictly and restrain the mind through the ascetical life and by humbling the body? In the midst of all of his work does he maintain stillness of heart? Does he curb his tongue that rages to leap into arguments and unceasingly wrestle with this tyrant? Does he fix his mind to the image of obedience and humility on the Cross, allowing it to shape how he embraces mockery, abuse, and ridicule? Has he cast off his will as though it is a garment of shame? Does he still his mind or let it become overly busy with the concerns of the things of the world? Is he willing to drink derision at every hour in order to protect charity? Is it more valuable for him to preserve love and unity with his brothers than it is to be treated with respect and kindness? Saint John is moved by the old monks exhortation and so gives true honor to blessed obedience. Do we in our day-to-day life experience the fruit of true obedience, especially when it comes to our worship of God? Are we able to collect all of our thoughts and desires, every movement of the mind and the soul and summon them to cry out to God “O come, let us worship and fall down before Christ, our king and our God.”True obedience leads to true freedom. It gives us the capacity to love and give ourselves in love without impediment. --- Text of chat during the group: 00:12:01 FrDavid Abernethy: page 79: “Again about the steward” 00:14:16 Bonnie Lewis: Hi Father! It's still in the 100's in San Antonio 00:18:48 Mark Cummings: Is that a kalimavkion? 00:26:16 Rachel: LOL!! 00:37:36 Anthony: So does "I think therefore I am" actually open us up to a world of hurt, drowning in speculation and fanciful thoughts, making us prey to demons if we take it as a life or cultural motto? 00:48:06 Rachel: Can you speak about applying this teaching where one's work environment, and the people one works with do not share the same goal or, at least do not act like it? I am thinking of a situation like Blessed Paul Parazzo. 00:48:25 Bridget McGinley: Oh that is a hard saying "curb your tongue" when you work predominately with females. True sacrifice to hold the tongue and not let one's face show emotion. 00:48:41 Rachel: yes! 00:50:49 Rachel: will send a good link 00:51:05 Liz: Sorry, which movie? 00:51:17 iPad (10)maureen: Man Of God 00:51:18 Carol Nypaver: Man of God 00:51:23 Kevin Clay: https://vimeo.com/675624334 00:51:28 Liz: Thank you : )! 00:51:41 iPad (10)maureen: Good luck finding a movie 00:51:49 Kevin Clay: That link is the full movie on Vimeo 00:52:12 Kevin Clay: Free 00:52:18 Edward Kleinguetl: Almost every platform and the DVD is also available. 00:52:22 Liz: Oh wow, great! 00:52:42 Edward Kleinguetl: The icon behind me is St. Nektarios of Aegina. 00:53:32 Rachel: https://youtu.be/1Y9bro7fmyU 00:55:11 Liz: Thanks for sharing! 01:07:22 Bridget McGinley: I am reading the Rule of the Benedictine Oblate. So many of these rules are discussed and explained in there also. It is so beautiful how caring all the disciplines were. There is such a profound love behind them when one knows the theology behind it. 01:10:42 Rachel: St Seraphim of Serov!? 01:12:13 Art: It was in the article: https://pemptousia.com/2016/06/prayer-for-beginners/ 01:15:19 Anthony: His words are literally part of the Trisagion prayer prior to Liturgy. I wonder if the call to bow before Christ our King and God was incorporated because of the importance of this book in spirituality. 01:17:41 Sr Barbara Jean Mihalchick: Most folks pray like Puritans - no movement ever~! 01:18:34 Rachel: Thank you Father 01:18:40 CMoran: Thank you so much, Father!
Hour 2 of The Drew Mariani Show on 7-26-22 Yelena Popovic joins us again to discuss her movie, "Man of God" about the Eastern Rite hero, Saint Nektarios of Aegina, and how it is available now for purchase Gary Alexander sheds some light to talk about the Biden Administration allowing suits for "discrimination" against Catholics in health care
By Robin Webber in Las Vegas, NV, Redlands, CA, San Diego, CA - July 23, 2022 - This message explores the life of "the man of God" who chastised King Jeroboam of Israel for his idolatry (I Kings 13). He was given two specific instructions by "the word of the Lord". He was used as a dynamic witness for God, but later faltered to lesser voices and made an example for all times. Like him we have been called and chosen for an incredible purpose which in large part is to expressly follow the specific "words of the Lord" given to us. We may never know this man's name but can learn powerful lessons from his story.