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    Nativity Church Weekly Message
    Nativity Church Weekly Message - Celebrate What Matters

    Nativity Church Weekly Message

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022


    Your Band is Garbage
    S2E18: "Make It All Spooky" with Effervess

    Your Band is Garbage

    Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 59:06


    My name is Jacob and I'm here to say. We've got a new episode for you, on this Mon-day. Sorry. We're very very lucky to have experimental ambient badass Effervess on the show to discuss their brand new album Nativity! We introduce a brand new segment & ramble on way too long about lots of stuff nobody cares about. But what's new? FOLLOW EFFERVESS: Twitter: https://twitter.com/whatscharlotte  Buy Nativity and Charlotte's other music on bandcamp!!!  Write in to the show at ybigpodcast@gmail.comFollow us on twitter @ybigpodcastThe YBIG theme song is courtesy of hey, ily! Additional music courtesy of Jake Boutwell.

    Working Class Thoughts
    Mikes Christmas Special (Christian Aspect And Birthdate Debate)

    Working Class Thoughts

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 42:48


    Originally Recorded- December 21,2021. Nativity, Jesus Birth, the traditions and customs according to our faith. A summary of the history of Christmas and Christianity. Find out why we celebrate it when we do. The history of the famous Christmas and timeline of the practice of Christmas among Christian's. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-rickman/support

    Nativity Church Weekly Message
    Nativity Church Weekly Message - Seriously, God? Week 7

    Nativity Church Weekly Message

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022


    The Bible Geek Show
    The Bible Geek Podcast 22-005

    The Bible Geek Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022


    James D.G. Dunn (Unity and Diversity in the New Testament) says that the Ebionite gospel omitted Matthew's Nativity story because they were adoptionists, implying that their Christology was secondary, not the original. But couldn't Matthew have added it? Is there any truth to current claims that loads of Muslims are converting to Christianity after experiencing visions of Jesus? How would you critique the liberal church today? Was Philip the disciple an accountant or a math wizard? In John 6:5-7 he makes a lightning-fast calculation of the cost of enough food to feed the huge crowd. And how dare he contradict the Son of God by saying there wasn't enough food to feed the multitude? How can the word ἔλεγεν be variously translated as: “said,” “had said,” “was saying,” “had been saying,” “had already been saying,” etc? Why didn't God kill Job's wife? Was it so that Job's wife could advise him to die? In Mark 10:29,30, Jesus promises 100 mothers in this world to the one who gives up their mother to follow him. Why would someone want 100 mothers? In verse 29 Jesus mentions giving up one's father, but verse 30 omits fathers from the compensation promised in this world. Why? Mark's Jesus doesn't mention giving up one's spouses to follow him, and accordingly doesn't promise a 100-fold return in spouses. Jesus lists parents, siblings and offspring, and a couple of forms of property. This seems to parallel Job. What's the significance of omitting this class of property/family? Are we to believe that the Philistines had the architectural know-how to build a temple that would support 3,000 people on the roof (Judges 16:27)? What are some of the earliest Christian sects who disagreed with the doctrine of the trinity? What arguments did they give?

    Art Gallery of Ontario
    Jack Chambers - Diego Reading

    Art Gallery of Ontario

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 3:32


    Jack Chambers. Diego Reading, 1976–1977. oil and synthetic paint in natural resin varnish on plywood, Overall: 93.5 × 93 × 5.7 cm. Purchase with the assistance of the Judith Rachel Harris Foundation and Ethel Harris, 2007. © Estate of Jack Chambers. 2007/92 The title of the work is Diego Reading (Sunday Morning No.5), created in 1976 to 1977 by the artist Jack Chambers. Painted in a hyper-realistic style, this oil on wood painting is square-shaped, measuring 91.4 cm squared. A child sits reading a book in a living room decorated for Christmas. As viewers, we are in the middle of the room, facing a window that looks out onto a snowy suburban street. The photorealistic painting has the muted warm glow of a faded photograph. The young white brunette boy sits with his back to the window, facing us. He sits with his left leg crossed over his right on an armchair with plush sea green upholstery as he reads a comic book. He is dressed in a red turtleneck sweater, brown slacks, and matching red socks. Behind the boy, on the beige wall, two framed images hang on either side of sea green drapes, which are pushed aside to reveal a large, glass-paned window. Neighbouring snow-covered houses, lawns, and the street make up the scene outside. Towering conifers and a large leafless tree reach out of the snow. Inside, a small television set rests on the floor to the left of the boy. A remote controller and a small glass of water are placed on top of it. Beside the television, to the far left side of the painting is a full, pear-shaped Christmas tree adorned with a number of red, blue, yellow, and silver ornaments. A three-tiered red and gold fringed tree topper hangs from the ceiling, resembling a floating birthday hat above the Christmas tree. A table, covered with a red tablecloth the same shade as the boy's sweater, sits in the foreground of the Christmas tree. Only one corner of the table is shown as the rest is cropped by the left edge of the painting. Nativity scene figurines sit on the table, and directly under the table is a potted bouquet of bulbous marigold-like flowers. To the right of the boy, there is a large red poinsettia plant on the floor, next to another armchair with light yellow and green vertical-striped upholstery. A white and red floral upholstered piece of furniture is cut off in the right foreground. An ornate red, yellow, blue and white rug is placed in the middle of the room and foreground. It acts as a bridge leading the viewer into the scene. This painting is part of the Our House section of the exhibition, evoking memories of childhood, holiday rituals, and familiar domestic spaces.

    Nativity Church Weekly Message
    Nativity Church Weekly Message - Seriously, God? Week 6

    Nativity Church Weekly Message

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022


    Ave Spotlight
    Episode 88: A Source of Renewal—Preparing for Holy Week and Easter with Fr. Michael White

    Ave Spotlight

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 21:30


    In this episode, Fr. Michael White of Church of the Nativity in Timonium, Maryland, talks with Chenele about how fully engaging in Holy Week services, the Triduum, and the Easter season can be a powerful source of renewal.

    UKmidCopts Sermons
    The Witnesses Of Christmas

    UKmidCopts Sermons

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 3:47


    Sermon on the occasion of the Feast of Nativity 7/1/2021

    The Symbolic World
    226 - Richard Rohlin - Universal History: The Christian Continuation of Hanukkah

    The Symbolic World

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 58:52


    In this episode of the universal history series Richard Rohlin and I build on our previous discussion about Groundhog Day and its connection to the Orthodox feast of the Meeting of the Lord in the Temple, which is actually one of four winter feasts (The Entrance of the Theotokos to the Temple, the Nativity, Theophany and finally the Meeting of the Lord in the Temple). Together these four celebrations are a continuation of the Jewish feast of Hanukkah. This episode is all about their surrounding symbolism, liturgy, iconography and how they tie into the astronomical year. - Episode on Groundhog Day on YouTube: https://youtu.be/dX6PZBS1Q9Q - The Universal History series on YouTube: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLVX4HUUPrIY_M2uZP3yW6EEiod3fGD6FD Recommended book: - The Stripping of the Altars: Traditional Religion in England, 1400-1580, by Eamon Duffy: https://www.amazon.com/Stripping-Altars-Traditional-Religion-1400-1580/dp/0300108281 ============= Richard's work: - Richard Rohlin's articles on The Symbolic World blog: https://thesymbolicworld.com/author/richard_rohlin/ - Amon Sûl podcast (Exploring the Tolkien Legendarium with the Christian Faith): https://www.ancientfaith.com/podcasts/amonsul - Amid Weeping There is Joy: https://www.amazon.com/Amid-Weeping-There-Joy-Perspectives/dp/1951536126 ============= Original video: https://youtu.be/MKQc7AZvK2A - The Symbolic World website and blog: http://www.thesymbolicworld.com - Merch: http://www.thesymbolicworld.store - Language of Creation, by Matthieu Pageau: https://www.amazon.com/Language-Creation-Cosmic-Symbolism-Genesis-ebook/dp/B07D738HD8 Support this podcast: - Website: https://thesymbolicworld.com/support/ - Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/pageauvideos - Subscribestar: https://www.subscribestar.com/jonathan-pageau - Paypal: http://www.paypal.me/JonathanPageau Join the conversation: - Unofficial Facebook discussion group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1989208418065298/ - The Symbolic World Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/TheSymbolicWorld/ Social media links: - Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheSymbolicWorld - Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/pageaujonathan - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jonathan.pageau

    Nativity Church Weekly Message
    Nativity Church Weekly Message - Seriously, God? Week 5

    Nativity Church Weekly Message

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022


    Fr. Kubicki’s 2 Minute Prayer Reflection – Relevant Radio
    Father Kubicki - Prayer Reflections March 25, 2022

    Fr. Kubicki’s 2 Minute Prayer Reflection – Relevant Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 2:00


    Today we celebrate the solemnity of the Assumption which is another major feast on which we put aside the violet vestments and the priest wears white vestments at Mass. It is a feast of Mary's yes to God's will, an exactly nine months before the celebration of the Nativity.

    Metal Nerdery
    135: Sabbath Covers Vol. I

    Metal Nerdery

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 89:12


    Since this is our initial excursion into unfamiliar territory (specifically bands covering songs by a specific artist), we figured what better way to kick things off than for us to pay homage to the artists who have paid homage to the Founding Fathers of Metal, the almighty BLACK SABBATH!!!     The beauty of cover songs is the myriad of unusual ways in which they can be performed. Some artists stay faithful to the original down to every last nuance and detail, while others go completely off the reservation altogether and create something uniquely their own while still capturing the spirit and essence of the original. None of that really matters to us:  if it's anything Sabbath, we're intrigued and interested. Full stop.   JOIN US as we get “uncorked and unfiltered” with our cover-to-cover coverage of the first volume of covers by the Godfathers of Metal.    It's time to explore BLACK SABBATH COVERS:  Vol. 1.    Visit www.metalnerdery.com/podcast for more on this episode Leave us a Voicemail to be played on a future episode: 980-666-8182 Metal Nerdery Tees and Hoodies – metalnerdery.com/merch and kindly leave us a review and/or rating on the iTunes/Apple Podcasts - Spotify or your favorite Podcast app Listen on iTunes, Spotify, Podbean, Google Podcasts or wherever you get your Podcasts. Follow us on the Socials: Facebook - Instagram - Twitter Email: metalnerdery@gmail.com Can't be LOUD Enough Playlist on Spotify Show Notes: (00:01):  #opening #arewerolling #what #titfreeze and #beerjizz (prior week wrap up in #tropicalweather vs #winterstormwarningweather in #ATL) #haarpASMR and #DickTaintler #behindthescenes #justenough #topusoff #letstartthisshit / #MetalNerderyPodcast is:  #recorking #uncorked and #unfiltered!!!  ***WELCOME BACK TO THE METAL NERDERY PODCAST!!!*** #markthetime #BirdDogChocolateFlavoredWhisky #goodshit #takemybreathaway #WhiskyMagnate #operationsfunding for #MNHQ33rdFloorInvertedUndergroundBunkerPoonStudios / #segue into #thisepisodesbeeroftheepisode #segment #exciting #episode135  #IngengiousBrewing #HumbleTexas #ImperialMilkStout (***listen to the description!!!***)  #StoutChocula #wheredyoureadthat #tenpercent #shortone #chocolatewhisky and #chocolatebeer #youcantasteit #chocolatesoda / ***LEAVE US A VOICEMAIL AT 980-666-8182!!!*** / #brokethefourthwall #liftingthecurtain    (07:09):  #newsegment:  ***MUSICIANS AND BANDS, SEND US YOUR SHIT, EITHER BY EMAIL, THE SOCIALS OR VIA DM'S…LISTEN FOR #INSTRUCTIONS!!!*** #listenerfeedback / #HannibalDeathMachine (#FrenchLyrics #ModernMetal) #tenpercent (#waitwhat?) / Russell's incredibly #detailed and #longwinded reflections regarding a #podcast hosted by our #numberonecompetitor / #smartasfuck #funfact ***10,000 hours of doing something makes you an #expert!!!*** #howmanyhours / #dontdenythepowerof / #stillonthissegment #HannibalDeathMachine MON CADAVRE (“My Corpse”) #doomy #MyDeadBody ***GIVE US A CALL AND GIVE US YOUR FEEDBACK AT 980-666-8182!!!***   (17:47):  #slipofthetongue #HFS #WTFJustHappened ***BLACK SABBATH COVERS, VOL. 1 OF AN UNKNOWN INFITIE NUMBER!!!*** / Like #nafta but #haveta #youbetcha #blackdog / ***What was the first #SabbathCover you heard?*** #gettingallovereachother #nooksandcrannies / #FaithNoMore WAR PIGS (from “The Real Thing”-1989) #relaxercentric #allbonedup #OhLordYeah ***go check out the #liveversion of this!***    (27:36):  Each Nerd's top #coupla picks… / #markthetime #putyourdiaperson and #getready #adultbabydiapers / #Anthrax SABBATH BLOODY SABBATH (From “I'm The Man” EP- 1987) #thatpart / #SystemOfADown SNOWBLIND (from “Nativity in Black II”-2000) #thissongisCOCAINE #cocaineASMR / #HedPE SABBRA CADABRA #newgenre #relaxermetal #thatswhatitstandsfor #justapeck    (39:56):  #Slayer HAND OF DOOM (still from #NativityInBlackTwo – 2000) #changeup #darker and #eviler *Have you ever tasted #GoddamnElectric?* / #Neurosis CHILDREN OF THE GRAVE (from “Times of Grace” – 1998) / #bigwords #satiationaltitillation *Hey man, wanna get #titillated?*) / The difference between #Aussies and #UKFolk  #cricketcentral #covidmath / #Fozzy FAIRIES WEAR BOOTS #letsmakeitagoodone #vocaldoppelganger    (52:30):  #Godsmack SWEET LEAF (#NativityInBlackDos) #coughintro / LORD OF THIS WORLD (from #multiplesources) #CorrosionOfConformity #COC (*you can practically smell that jam room. *) and #Helmet #ILoveTheHelmet #adifferentgroove (and the way that artists will adapt a song to their own style…very cool). / #Ozzy and #conventionalwisdom / #Sepultura SYMPTOM OF THE UNIVERSE (from “Nativity in Black” – 1994)   (1:01:45):  #FatesWarning THE SIGN OF THE SOUTHERN CROSS (and the #RJD era; this was from “Holy Dio”) / ***CONGRATULATIONS to Dave Lombardo and Testament for reconnecting!!!*** / #itsfine / #Bongzilla UNDER THE SUN (from “Stash”-1999) #awwwmannn #differentshapes / #Venom MEGALOMANIA #bigpinkskullhelmet (from “Prime Evil” -1989)    (1:11:45):  A coupla more… #DeathAngel HEAVEN AND HELL (from “The Dream Calls for Blood” – 2013) #wheezy #itsfine / #Overkill CORNUCOPIA (from “Coverkill” – 1999) and a somehow #tangentional #blackalbumreference that Russell slipped past the goalie. / #nopressure #Acidthrone (from “The Philosopher's Stoned” - 2021) A NATIONAL ACROBAT #neverpunchdown #alwayspunchup #doublecheekedupass / *THANK YOU FOR JOINING US!!! #Untilthenext a few friendly #reminders, #cricketASMR #wheezy  

    Nativity Church Weekly Message
    Nativity Church Weekly Message - Seriously, God? Week 3

    Nativity Church Weekly Message

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022


    Saint of the Day
    St Theophylactus, bishop of Nicomedia (845)

    Saint of the Day

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 1:47


    "Theophylact was from the east; his native city is unknown. In Constantinople he became a close friend of Tarasius, who afterwards became Patriarch of Constantinople (see Feb. 25). Theophylact was made Bishop of Nicomedia. After the death of Saint Tarasius, his successor Nicephorus (see June 2) called together a number of Bishops to help him in fighting the iconoclasm of Emperor Leo the Armenian, who reigned from 813 to 820. Among them was Euthymius, Bishop of Sardis (celebrated Dec. 26), who had attended the holy Seventh Ecumenical Council in 787 — he was exiled three times for the sake of the holy icons, and for defying the Emperor Theophilus' command to renounce the veneration of the icons, was scourged from head to foot until his whole body was one great wound, from which he died eight days later, about the year 830; Joseph of Thessalonica (see July 14); Michael of Synnada (see May 23); Emilian, Bishop of Cyzicus (see Aug. 8); and Saint Theophylact, who boldly rebuked Leo to his face, telling him that because he despised the long-suffering of God, utter destruction was about to overtake him, and there would be none to deliver him. For this, Theophylact was exiled to the fortress of Strobilus in Karia of Asia Minor, where after 30 years of imprisonment and hardship, he gave up his holy soul about the year 845. Leo the Armenian, according to the Saint's prophecy, was slain in church on the eve of our Lord's Nativity, in 820." (Great Horologion)

    Nativity Church Weekly Message
    Nativity Church Weekly Message - Seriously, God? Week 2

    Nativity Church Weekly Message

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022


    The Treadweary Podcast
    The invisible God... (Pastoral Letter, March 2022)

    The Treadweary Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2022 4:47


    “He is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn over all creation.” – Colossians 1:15              A picture paints a thousand words. We have heard that phrase a million times. There is a lot of truth to that, because we are very willing to believe our eyes much more than we will our ears as we listen to another account from someone else of what they saw.               The same is true of stories. We like our stories, but if they can come with pictures…even better. For 80% of Americans, watching television is the first choice of leisure activities. When asking a similar audience, studies have shown that half of all Americans prefer watching the news rather than reading it. The readers of news also surpassed listeners by 34% to 19%. In other words, we like our pictures.              This is not new. There is this myth in history that once the Enlightenment came, the whole world became literate, or at least an overwhelming percentage of it did. This was mostly true of the clergy and the nobility, but for the common man, and even for some elites, literacy was an afterthought.  Hence the amount of art that makes up the architecture of churches in Europe. With this art came beauty and innumerable practices in our ecclesiastical tradition that have added greatly to the habits of congregations around the world. Illiteracy was the reason why St. Francis created the Nativity scene so that the poor would know the story of Christmas. It is why we have statues and paintings of biblical heroes, and why hymns exist to try and teach the faith through melodies that get stuck in our heads. With 1 in 7 Americans being functionally illiterate, these pictures added to our stories would not be considered antiquated but necessary for the nurturing of the faithful in all generations.              As we enter into Lent this month, one of the Lenten devotions that is almost as old as the church itself is the walking of “The Stations of the Cross.” Originating during pilgrimages to Jerusalem where travelers desired to walk in the footsteps of Christ to Calvary along the Via Dolorosa, the “Stations” are a mainstay among our Catholic and Anglican brothers and sisters (especially on Fridays during Lent), and have seen a resurgence in Lutheran denominations since the 1960's. Based on fifteen events in the account of Good Friday and Easter, from the agony in the garden to the resurrection, the walk is always accompanied with visuals and Scripture in order to capture all the senses so that we might find ourselves sucked into the most important time in history.               This year, our youth are going to explore three stations each week, and then make their own interpretation of each one using old magazines to construct collages. This allows them room to use their imaginations and make the events of their redemption more real for them.               Now, some Protestants get angry about pictures in church because of the idea that we are not supposed to make graven images. This is why, in the American Protestant tradition, very few churches have a crucifix or art to assist in our worship because we believe it to be blasphemy and a sin. Yet, let me ask you this, did Jesus have a body? Did He have a face and skin? Did He have blood pumping through His veins? Yes, He did. Jesus is the breaker of any expectations we may have around images of God because He is God made manifest before us. He is the image of the invisible God. He is God con carne. He is the One who speaks to Philip, “The one who has seen Me has seen the Father.” (John 14:9) God uses all sorts of physically ordinary things to convey His promise and redeem His creation. The physical Body of His Son dying on a cros

    Orthodox Engagement
    The Old Rite in Erie, Pennsylvania - Fr. Pimen Simon

    Orthodox Engagement

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2022 101:49


    Archpriest Pimen Simon, pastor of the Russian Orthodox Old Rite Church of the Nativity of Erie, Pennsylvania, tells the story of the Old Believer movement and how he led his parish from being priestless Old Believers to receiving the priesthood from the Russian Orthodox Church.

    Nativity Church Weekly Message
    Nativity Church Weekly Message - Seriously, God?

    Nativity Church Weekly Message

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2022


    SaturnVox
    Scrying for Portals - On Folklore and Fairytales in the Nativity | Sasha Ravich

    SaturnVox

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2022 64:06


    On this week's episode we have guest Sasha Ravich, professional Folk-Necromancer and Astrologer for Witches. Sasha joins us this week to discuss the importance of folklore and mythos as a foundational aspect of cognitive blending between birth chart and scrying mirror. How does one's relationship with the dead affect the living? In what ways can we explore myth and fairy tale to inform our understanding of liminal relationships? Why should people cultivate caution when developing spirit sight? Why is it so important to extend one's practice past the personal and into a more communal perspective? All this and more with one of my mentors and dear friends. To find out more about Sasha's various projects, please check out their website at https://www.sasharavitch.com. Sasha also has a great Patreon community you can check out, and you can find her on both Instagram and Twitter! To find more on SaturnVox, check out their instagram and twitter @saturnvox or visit their website www.saturnvox.com. To support the show, please consider signing up for the Patreon at www.patreon.com/saturnvox, where behind the scenes content and videos are posted monthly. Original music by Jules M. Dooley, traditional astrologer and sound artist. Follow his experiments with astrology + sound + ai visuals on IG: @glitches_in_the_night_sky SHOW NOTES Amaya Rourke Óscar Moisés Díaz Pallas Augustine

    Quotomania
    Quotomania 124: Jean-Luc Godard

    Quotomania

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2022 1:33


    Subscribe to Quotomania on Simplecast or search for Quotomania on your favorite podcast app!Jean-Luc Godard, (born Dec. 3, 1930, Paris, France), is a French Swiss film director. He wrote film criticism for the influential journal Cahiers du cinéma before impressing audiences with his first feature film, the improvisatory and original Breathless (1960), which established him as the apostle of the New Wave. He continued to explore new techniques in films such as My Life to Live (1962), Pierrot le fou (1965), Alphaville(1965), and Weekend (1968), using the camera creatively to express political commentary. He returned to themes of more universal concern with Every Man for Himself (1979) and Passion (1982) but stirred controversy with his updated Nativity story in Hail Mary! (1985). He received wide critical acclaim for Histoire(s) du Cinéma(1997), a video study of French film, and In Praise of Love (2001). Later films were the experimental collage Film Socialism (2010), the fragmented narrative Goodbye to Language (2014), and the cinematic essay The Image Book (2018).From https://www.britannica.com/summary/Jean-Luc-Godard. For more information about Jean-Luc Godard:Previously on The Quarantine Tapes:Wayne Koestenbaum about Godard, at 05:40: https://quarantine-tapes.simplecast.com/episodes/the-quarantine-tapes-166-wayne-koestenbaumSalman Rushdie about Godard, at 02:00: https://quarantine-tapes.simplecast.com/episodes/the-quarantine-tapes-168-salman-rushdieGodard on Godard: https://www.dacapopress.com/titles/jean-luc-godard/godard-on-godard/9780306802591/“New Again: Jean-Luc Godard”: https://www.interviewmagazine.com/film/new-again-jean-luc-godard“Jean-Luc Godard in conversation with C S Venkiteswaran”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nwquFZlitTUPhoto by Gary Stevens: https://www.flickr.com/photos/garysoup/3196585607/

    Orthodox Wisdom
    The Incarnation and Humilty - St. Hilarion Troitsky

    Orthodox Wisdom

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 17:04


    “Denial of the incarnation, denial of the Lord Jesus Christ's divine dignity is unthinkable to a member of the Church, and any denier of it has of course already thereby apostatized from the Church. Who is the liar if not he who denies that Jesus is the Christ? He is antichrist who denies the Father and the Son (cf. 1 Jn. 2:22).”“Listening to the modern religious pulse beat, you involuntarily notice that in this sense, antichrist reigns in religious consciousness. Lately large waves of scientific ideas have rushed upon the rock that lies in the foundation of the Church. In the area of New Testament studies, especially many new—or renewed—ideas are appearing lately from comparative study of religion. New, monumental discoveries are broadening our knowledge of the ancient East, and people have started to discuss the Gospels in the light of this knowledge. Once, the magi came from the East to worship the Infant God-Man, and brought their treasures of gold, frankincense and myrrh. From the same countries that produced the magi, now different wise men are coming to Europe. Entire scientific expeditions, supplied by governments and private individuals, are carrying away their loot in huge treasure boxes. There are no gold, frankincense, or myrrh in these treasure boxes, but rather entire blocks of stone, or broken pieces of stone with mysterious inscriptions. Scholars in Europe will read these mysterious inscriptions and will not worship the newborn Infant. The star of the East leads science away from Bethlehem. Comparative studies of eastern religions end in nothing other than the very denial of the incarnation of the Son of God.”“Christianity requires a humble awareness. My forefather, Adam, was perfect, but I, mankind, introduced only sin and corruption. The Church calls us to humility when it calls Adam our ancestor. But evolution? Descent from the ape? No matter how modestly we rate ourselves, it is impossible not to think with a certain pride: “After all, I am not an ape; after all, progress is manifest in me.” Thus, by calling the ape our ancestor, evolution feeds human pride.”“The worldview that is not of the Church—descent from the ape, progress, having no need of and denying the incarnation—is pride. Accepting the incarnation is inseparably bound with humility. Pride wars with the incarnation, as with something unneeded.Taking part in the triumphant Church celebration of the Nativity of Christ, we should shout aloud: Be humble, proud man, and believe in the incarnation of the Only Begotten Son of God!”New Martyr St. Hilarion Troitsky, Archbishop of Verey reposed in 1929 from sickness after suffering in the Solovki prison camp for resisting the Soviet antichrists. He is a shining star in the firmament of the New Martyrs and Confessors of Russia. Read his Life here: http://www.orthodox.net/russiannm/hil...Service text to St. Hilarion: https://orthochristian.com/53416.htmlListen to my recording of his excellent treatise “Holy Scripture and the Church,” which is ideal for Protestants inquiring into Orthodoxy: https://youtu.be/vcpkGHs96A4Holy Hieromartyr Hilarion, pray to God for us!This channel is dedicated to sharing the writings and lives of the Saints of the Orthodox Church. Glory to Jesus Christ! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/orthodox-wisdom/message

    The Rolled Standard
    #69 Cold and Deathless Part 1: Froze and Cons of Being Dead (Mörk Borg)

    The Rolled Standard

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 96:21


    With our three antiheroes finally on the road, their luck seems to wax and wane as they stock up in Galgenbeck before their nearly week-long journey to Graven-Tosk. Even with these small perils, our boys seem to have their work cut out for them. Only Verhu knows how this story will unfold, stick with us to find out. As usual, Dennis visits the DMV, Melville kills a bird, and Arthur finds himself an unfortunate midnight snack. This, and more on this episode of The Rolled Standard. Check out our various socials and whatnot at: https://linktr.ee/therolledstandard We now have a Patreon. Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/therolledstandard The Rolled Standard is: Jake Vaughn as Arthur Higgins @vaughnaus Levi Brusacoram as Dennis Watkins Nate Seibert as Melville Hugo Lesterborne @TheRolledNate And Christopher Heinrich as the Game Master Cold and Deathless was written by Christopher Heinrich with collaborative efforts from Levi Brusacoram, Nate Seibert, and Jake Vaughn. Episode edited by Nate Seibert. Cover art created by Christopher Heinrich. Theme music courtesy of PoweredByGDK. “Black Dog” is courtesy of Astrolich and appears in A Farewell to Arms. Check out his Nativity in Black Kickstarter. Find Astrolich on Twitter @TweetsOfManyTh1. Being Dead courtesy of Christopher John Eggett. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/therolledstandard/support

    FAMILIES THAT STICK TOGATHER™
    80 \\ BRAVE MOMS Series: A sister of an addict. Anger, Brokenness, Why LOVE NEVER fails. With BRITTANY YOUNG

    FAMILIES THAT STICK TOGATHER™

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 55:08


    Addiction doesn't discriminate. It does, however, have the ability to consume everyone affected - the addict, the family, the friends. This Togather Brave Moms series is about Brittany Young's journey as the sister of an addict - her story of finding a deeper relationship with Jesus, a deeper understanding of her brother's battlefield, and a deeper love for the broken. Brittany's story is one of faith, hope, and love, and it will leave you with a new perspective we should all be so lucky to have the opportunity to see.  Let's grow, Jennifer  Connect with Brittany Young on Instagram @britcley and on her A Sister of an Addict Blog  Click here to print your FREE Togather™ Small Holy Moments: Your family's  new favorite quick way to succeed at keeping it about Jesus this year. Just print, grab a jar, set it near your Nativity, and start filling it up with your family's Small Holy Moments.  What if we all did that? Tell a friend! Give togathermoments.com Togather™ conversation stickers as gifts to teachers, family, neighbors. Order now!

    All Souls Charlottesville - Sermons
    Christmas Poetry | Week 1 | "Nativity" by Scott Cairns

    All Souls Charlottesville - Sermons

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 4:18


    This is our fifth of six installments of poetry, one poem each week for the seasons of Advent and Christmastide. The music on this episode is by Evan Hansen, from the album "Advent" by All Souls Charlottesville. Used with permission.

    The God Minute
    Dec 25 - Christmas (The God Minute Team)

    The God Minute

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 14:29


    ChristmasMerry Christmas Everyone!  Today, in addition to it being Christmas, as many of our regular followers know, each Saturday we dedicate our prayer at the God Minute to our Blessed Mother. What better way for us to do so on Christmas than for us to pray a decade of the rosary, the third Joyful mystery, The Nativity of our Lord, along with a few other special moments!MUSIC"Adeste Fideles""Mary Did You Know" (Instrumental)"Welcome To Our World" - Chris Rice"Joy To The World"

    Biblical World
    The History and Archaeology of Christmas (Part 2) - Chris McKinny and Kyle Keimer

    Biblical World

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 93:59


    Episode: In part 2 of this series, Kyle and Chris discuss additional historical and archaeological aspects associated with the origin stories of Jesus as seen in Matthew and Luke. They discuss the archaeological background and traditions associated with the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem. They also explain a number of other historical background elements connected with Matthew's use of the Old Testament focusing – in particular – on the impact of the Neo-Assyrian and Neo-Babylonian conquests of Israel and Judah in prophetic literature and how that context still matters for how one reads the origin narrative of Jesus in Matthew.  Relevant Articles The Accommodations of Joseph and Mary in Bethlehem: Κατάλυμα in Luke 2.7* STEPHEN C. CARLSON Hosts: Chris McKinny and Kyle Keimer. Give: Help support OnScript's Biblical World HERE. Thanks to all of you who have supported us! Image by Jeff Jacobs from Pixabay   

    Rethinking Rest
    33. Rethinking Advent - The Story

    Rethinking Rest

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 14:21


    Rethinking Scripture Podcast - Episode 33: Rethinking Advent - The StoryDecember 24, 2021 - Host: Dr. Gregory HallJoin me for a special rendition of the story of the advent of Jesus Christ. I've incorporated some of the details we've discussed in this series into the well known story of the birth. Gather your family around... turn up the volume... and let's start a new Christmas tradition. Let's rethink the advent story.Referenced Resources:Opening Question - "Isn't there anyone who knows what Christmas is all about?"  posed by Charlie Brown in A Charlie Brown Christmas.A tv movie from 1965.Show Music:My son, Jacob Hall, created the music for this episode. He's a very talented individual ;-)Podcast Website:RethinkingScripture.comSister site: RethinkingRest.comSocial Media:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RethinkingScripture Twitter: @RethinkingStuffInstagram: Rethinking_ScriptureYouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6YCLg2UldJiA0dsg0KkvLAPowered and distributed by Simplecast.

    The Logos Podcast
    Truth Incarnate: Unpacking the Multi-Reality of Christ the Logos

    The Logos Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 134:57


    #Logos #LogosRising #Christianity In this stream I discuss the multi-reality of Christ the Logos, the meaning of His incarnation, and what it truly means that Truth is a WHO not a what. Make sure to check it out and let me know what you think. God bless Intro Music Follow b-dibe's Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/b-dibeSuperchat Here https://streamlabs.com/churchoftheeternallogosSupport COTEL with Crypto!Bitcoin: 3QNWpM2qLGfaZ2nUXNDRnwV21UUiaBKVsyEthereum: 0x0b87E0494117C0adbC45F9F2c099489079d6F7DaLitecoin: MKATh5kwTdiZnPE5Ehr88Yg4KW99Zf7k8d If you enjoy this production, feel compelled, or appreciate my other videos, please support me through my website memberships (www.davidpatrickharry.com) or donate directly by PayPal or crypto! Any contribution would be greatly appreciated. Thank you Logos Subscription Membership: http://davidpatrickharry.com/register/ Venmo: @cotel - https://account.venmo.com/u/cotel PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/eternallogos Donations: http://www.davidpatrickharry.com/donate/PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/eternallogos Website: http://www.davidpatrickharry.com Odysee: https://odysee.com/@ChurchoftheEternalLogos:dGAB: https://gab.com/dpharryMinds: https://www.minds.com/DpharryBitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/W10R...DLive: https://dlive.tv/The_Eternal_LogosTelegram: https://t.me/eternallogosInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/dpharry/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/eternal_logos

    Rethinking Rest
    32. Rethinking Advent - The Gifts

    Rethinking Rest

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 9:24


    Rethinking Scripture Podcast - Episode 32: Rethinking Advent - The GiftsDecember 23, 2021 - Host: Dr. Gregory HallWhen we think of the advent of the Christ, many of our perceptions are based on the scene at the nativity. We have come to expect three kings, or wise men, bearing small gifts for a King. In this episode, we attempt to tie the reasons why the magi brought gold, and frankincense and myrrh back to the Old Testament book of Isaiah.Referenced Resources:Opening Question - "Isn't there anyone who knows what Christmas is all about?"  posed by Charlie Brown in A Charlie Brown Christmas.A tv movie from 1965.BibleStudy.org Article "What Does the Nativity Have Wrong?" - https://www.biblestudy.org/biblepic/what-is-wrong-with-the-nativity.htmlCollins, S. M. (1995). The "lost" ten tribes of israel-- found! CPA Books.Show Music:Intro Song - jazzy bells (jingle bells) by Dee Yan-Key - https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Dee_Yan-Key/my_christmas_music/02--Dee_Yan-Key-jazzy_bellsEnding Song - Little Drummer Boy by Harry the Cap - https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Harry_the_Cap/A_Very_Badgerland_Christmas_2011/Harry_the_Cap_-_A_Very_Badgerland_Christmas_2011_-_10_The_Little_Drummer_BoyPodcast Website:RethinkingScripture.comSister site: RethinkingRest.comSocial Media:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RethinkingScripture Twitter: @RethinkingStuffInstagram: Rethinking_ScriptureYouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6YCLg2UldJiA0dsg0KkvLAPowered and distributed by Simplecast.

    Rethinking Rest
    31. Rethinking Advent - The Magi

    Rethinking Rest

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 14:27


    Rethinking Scripture Podcast - Episode 31: Rethinking Advent - The MagiDecember 22, 2021 - Host: Dr. Gregory HallWhen we think of the advent of the Christ, many of our perceptions are based scene at the nativity. We have come to expect three kings, or wise men, with the baby Jesus shortly after His birth. In this episode we look into the origin of these mysterious visitors.Referenced Resources:Opening Question - "Isn't there anyone who knows what Christmas is all about?"  posed by Charlie Brown in A Charlie Brown Christmas.A tv movie from 1965.National Gallery of Art Website: Biblical Magi - https://www.nga.gov/features/rubens-magi/biblical-magi.htmlShow Music:Intro Song - jazzy bells (jingle bells) by Dee Yan-Key - https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Dee_Yan-Key/my_christmas_music/02--Dee_Yan-Key-jazzy_bellsEnding Song - We Three Kings by Maya Solovey - https://freemusicarchive.org/music/MayaSolovey/Midwinter/01_We_Three_Kings_SoloveyPodcast Website:RethinkingScripture.comSister site: RethinkingRest.comSocial Media:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RethinkingScripture Twitter: @RethinkingStuffInstagram: Rethinking_ScriptureYouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6YCLg2UldJiA0dsg0KkvLAPowered and distributed by Simplecast.

    FAMILIES THAT STICK TOGATHER™
    79 \\ BRAVE MOMS Series: Alcohol Addiction, how to help a battling friend, and HOPE. With REBECCA KENT

    FAMILIES THAT STICK TOGATHER™

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 63:46


    It is not easy being brave in today's world, but imagine being brave to overcome an alcohol addiction while owning a business, raising three children, and facing a struggling marriage. Rebecca Kent, owner of Shitkickers and Hiccups, shares her story of intervention, rehab, transformation, redemption, and especially HOPE. This is your episode to feel prepared to help a friend or family member going through alcohol addiction, or to just have a little more compassion for people with different stories. Whatever brings you here, you will feel inspired to gather brave moms to be strong in today's world. Let's grow, Jennifer  Connect with Rebecca Kent on Instagram Shitkickers and Hiccups and Facebook Click here to print your FREE Togather™ Small Holy Moments: Your family's  new favorite quick way to succeed at keeping it about Jesus this year. Just print, grab a jar, set it near your Nativity, and start filling it up with your family's Small Holy Moments.  What if we all did that? Tell a friend! Give togathermoments.com Togather™ conversation stickers as gifts to teachers, family, neighbors. Order now!

    Rethinking Rest
    30. Rethinking Advent - The Nativity

    Rethinking Rest

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 13:33


    Rethinking Scripture Podcast - Episode 30: Rethinking Advent - The NativityDecember 21, 2021 - Host: Dr. Gregory HallWhen we think of the advent of the Christ, many of our perceptions are based scene at the nativity. We in the Western culture often picture a barn housing the family that night. In the east, they prefer a cave setting. But does the text, and recent archeology give us any clues as to a different possibility? Referenced Resources:Opening Question - "Isn't there anyone who knows what Christmas is all about?"  posed by Charlie Brown in A Charlie Brown Christmas.A tv movie from 1965.Marquand, A. (1911). Exegetical Theology. Review of The Church of the Nativity at Bethlehem by W. Harvey, W. R. Lethaby, O. M. Dalton, H. A. A. Conso and A. C. Headlans. Edited by R. Weir Schultz. The Princeton Theological Review, IX(1–4), 676.LeFebvre, Michael (December 7, 2021) Online article: Jesus Was Probably Born in a Relative's House, Not an Inn. https://hebraicthought.org/jesus-born-relatives-house-not-an-inn/LeFebvre, Michael. Luke 2 and Jesus' Birthplace (Vimeo Video). Show Music:Intro Song - jazzy bells (jingle bells) by Dee Yan-Key - https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Dee_Yan-Key/my_christmas_music/02--Dee_Yan-Key-jazzy_bellsEnding Song -Away In A Manger by Janene Michalak - https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Janene_Michalak/Our_Friendly_Beasts/Janene_Michalak_-_Our_Friendly_Beasts_2015_-_14_Away_In_A_Manger Podcast Website:RethinkingScripture.comSister site: RethinkingRest.comSocial Media:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RethinkingScripture Twitter: @RethinkingStuffInstagram: Rethinking_ScriptureYouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6YCLg2UldJiA0dsg0KkvLAPowered and distributed by Simplecast.

    EQUIP Austin Ridge
    60. Christmas Special: The Nativity

    EQUIP Austin Ridge

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 43:05


    Bonus Episode! In the spirit of Christmas and our season, Setting the Story Straight, the crew takes on The Nativity. As they studied the scriptures and the history around the birth of Jesus, they were blown away by the folklore and tradition we allow to creep into our memory of this story. There are some fun and fascinating discoveries, but ultimately we hope it gets you focused on what is important as we prepare to celebrate the birth of our Savior.  Like, share, and subscribe! Merry Christmas, friends!LINKS IN THIS EPISODE:For information on upcoming EQUIP classes and events, visit www.austinridge.org/equipclasses.If you have any questions or feedback on the show, please email us at equip@austinridge.org.Follow our EQUIP Austin Ridge Facebook page for more updates and equipping resources.

    Rethinking Rest
    29. Rethinking Advent - The Timing

    Rethinking Rest

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 12:16


    Rethinking Scripture Podcast - Episode 29: Rethinking Advent - The TimingDecember 20, 2021 - Host: Dr. Gregory HallWhen we think of the advent of the Christ, some of our perceptions are based in the timing of the events. While we celebrate in the middle of the winter season, that's likely not the time when the events actually happened. We also have some assumptions as to the timing of Mary's pregnancy. In this episode we examine the timing of the advent.Referenced Resources:Opening Question - "Isn't there anyone who knows what Christmas is all about?"  posed by Charlie Brown in A Charlie Brown Christmas.A tv movie from 1965. Schaff, P. (1880). The Chronology of the Life of Christ. The Presbyterian Review, 1 (1–4), 474.www.biblestudy.org/maps/the-journeys-of-mary-and-josephShow Music:Intro Song - jazzy bells (jingle bells) by Dee Yan-Key - https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Dee_Yan-Key/my_christmas_music/02--Dee_Yan-Key-jazzy_bellsEnding Song - Infant Holy, Infant Lowly by Ann Alee - https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Ann_Alee/En_attendant_Noel/19_-_Ann_Alee_-_Infant_Holy_Infant_Lowly_CC-BY-NC-NDPodcast Website:RethinkingScripture.comSister site: RethinkingRest.comSocial Media:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RethinkingScripture Twitter: @RethinkingStuffInstagram: Rethinking_ScriptureYouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6YCLg2UldJiA0dsg0KkvLAPowered and distributed by Simplecast.

    Rethinking Rest
    28. Rethinking Advent - The Family

    Rethinking Rest

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 16:45


    Rethinking Scripture Podcast - Episode 28: Rethinking Advent - The FamilyDecember 19, 2021 - Host: Dr. Gregory Hall We celebrate the birth of Jesus every year. It's a story we know well, but how much of our version of the story truly reflects what actually happened? How well do our pageants, movies, nativity sets, and other icons represent what the Scriptures actually say? This Christmas season, won't you join me as we seek to clarify the season by rethinking advent. In this episode we look into the character of "The Family". Referenced Resources:Opening Question - "Isn't there anyone who knows what Christmas is all about?"  posed by Charlie Brown in A Charlie Brown Christmas.Show Music:Intro Song - jazzy bells (jingle bells) by Dee Yan-Key - https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Dee_Yan-Key/my_christmas_music/02--Dee_Yan-Key-jazzy_bellsEnding Song - Mary's Song by Renee & Marc Hoogstad - https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Renee__Marc_Hoogstad/Yuletide_Entertainments_2012/Renee__Marc_Hoogstad_-_Yuletide_Entertainments_2012_-_10_Marys_SongPodcast Website:RethinkingScripture.comSister site: RethinkingRest.comSocial Media:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RethinkingScripture Twitter: @RethinkingStuffInstagram: Rethinking_ScriptureYouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6YCLg2UldJiA0dsg0KkvLAPowered and distributed by Simplecast.

    Ignatian Audio Meditations
    Discerning Advent - Week 4: Nativity

    Ignatian Audio Meditations

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 10:01


    God's incarnation makes sacred our very decisions and even the process of discernment. Every decision we make becomes an incarnation, a little Christmas through which God enters the world.

    CBN.com - Jerusalem Dateline - Video Podcast
    Israeli PM Makes Historic UAE Visit as Israel-Iran Tensions Rise 12/17/2021

    CBN.com - Jerusalem Dateline - Video Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 28:30


    Israeli PM Bennett makes historic trip to UAE, as war of words heats up between Israel and Iran; and in Bethlehem the Church of the Nativity undergoes a major restoration; and a Christian ministry rebuilds a church for persecuted Christians in Syria.

    Born of Wonder
    S2 EP24: The Beauty of Eastern Rite Catholicism: Interview with Rebecca Hamilton

    Born of Wonder

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 52:36


    On this episode, Katie chats with Rebecca Hamilton, a practicing Eastern Rite Catholic, exploring the unique, transcendent beauty of this liturgy. We'll learn about some of the practical differences between Eastern and Latin Rite, what family and community life is like as a Byzantine Catholic, and we'll also hear some BEAUTIFUL chant from the Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom. No matter what your religious (or non religious) background, this episode is a deep dive into Beauty as a Lived, Practiced, Reality.    More at: www.bornofwonder.com    "A Light that Shines in the Darkness" https://www.bornofwonder.com/home/a-light-that-shines-in-the-darkness    ** I use the term "Latin" and "Roman" Rite when really there is only "Latin Rite" (this is the rite you are likely familiar with as a Roman Catholic) - a "Latin Mass" is the "Extraordinary Form of the Latin Rite" (It does not have to do with what language the Mass is said in)    Liturgical Chant from The Divine Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom chanted in English by the Mount Lebanon Choir of Byzantine Music https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8MUi27Ff2s&t=105s    Evlogitaria of the dead https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6je5axPodI&t=92s    Find Rebecca on instagram @bairntenaya    Rebecca's Spotify Playlist of Chant:   https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7Jzc6njWloo8sBZ0NWHYQj?si=fc24a0b854d14e1c     https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1SBd0VfthcUMjjq0fgvbUz?si=9e34c9dc7b834eae    "A Look at the Different Rites in the Catholic Church" https://blessedisshe.net/blog/byzantine-catholic-liturgy/    Infant Communion in the West https://preachersinstitute.com/2012/12/08/infant-communion-the-ancient-western-tradition/   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gDVJH1xUTNY Difference between Eastern Catholics and Orthodox beginning at 3:31   Recommendation -- Kontakion of the Nativity of Christ  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSyC33rj0Xo 

    FAMILIES THAT STICK TOGATHER™
    77 \\ STOP. Do this right now to check on your family values and the fruits that are growing

    FAMILIES THAT STICK TOGATHER™

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 21:59


    How often do you stop and do a quick check, an audit, an evaluation? Do you think you know what your family's values are? Do your actions reflect those? Are the seeds you're planting going to grow the fruits you want? You can know right now with the exercise in today's episode. Will you be proud of the fruit that is growing and laid on your family's table? Come along, friend. Let's grow! Jennifer  Click here to print your FREE Togather™ Small Holy Moments: Your family's  new favorite quick way to succeed at keeping it about Jesus this year. Just print, grab a jar, set it near your Nativity, and start filling it up with your family's Small Holy Moments.  What if we all did that? Tell a friend! Give togathermoments.com Togather™ conversation stickers as gifts to teachers, family, neighbors. Order now!

    The Cider Shed
    Ambridge gets Daddy issues

    The Cider Shed

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 45:59


    We went nuts for Hazel this week.She was Scrooge in a backwards Christmas Carol where the victims were haunted by the perpetrator:• Tiny Tom• Poor pregnant Natasha• A feisty but fallible Fallon ( Sorry Matthew )• Eddie and Ed fought back a little bitKeri's Latvian Piragi recipe: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1V1ayD-oAVB4vWFHMldW85USTuoVIOzZdRC5Oa1fOETM/edit?usp=sharingHow a Nativity play should be done: https://twitter.com/verypopularname/status/1207345588381065216?s=24Email us at: hello@thecidershed.comFind us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheCiderShedPod See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    FAMILIES THAT STICK TOGATHER™
    75 \\ Strong communication skills for our children made SIMPLE!! With Kimberly Amici, Build Your Best Family Podcast, and Jennifer Zumbiel

    FAMILIES THAT STICK TOGATHER™

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 52:48


    Want to feel confident you are raising children with strong communication skills? Build these habits at home including the right way to get teens to open up, how family dinner can be even more meaningful with a few simple tricks, and easy ways to overcome distractions even in the busiest homes. Join my conversation with Family Coach Kimberly Amici, Host of Build Your Best Family Podcast when I was interviewed on her Episode 126: How to have great conversations with your kids.  Come along friend! Let's grow, Jennifer  Download Kimberly's FREE Family Culture Discussion Sheet HERE Connect with Kimberly on Instagram Click here to print your FREE Togather™ Small Holy Moments: Your family's  new favorite quick way to succeed at keeping it about Jesus this year. Just print, grab a jar, set it near your Nativity, and start filling it up with your family's Small Holy Moments.  What if we all did that? Tell a friend! Give togathermoments.com Togather™ conversation stickers as gifts to teachers, family, neighbors. Order now!

    FAMILIES THAT STICK TOGATHER™
    74 \\ Seasons of WAITING & BENEFITS for our families. An Advent reflection With Deacon HUDSON HENRY

    FAMILIES THAT STICK TOGATHER™

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 13:58


    Waiting. It can be a season that drags on and it can be a season that goes way too quickly; one that brings anxiety and one that brings pure joy - and, of course, it can be something in between. But whichever we find ourselves in, we find TIME. The way we use that time for ourselves, our family, and others is our choice and it can be a gift or it can fill us with regret. In today's episode, my own Deacon at our family's Church, Deacon Hudson Henry, shares with us his reflection of Luke Chapter 21 as we begin this Advent season of waiting. How will you use the gift of time and waiting for Christ this Advent? I hope you feel inspired to look at waiting from a new lens this CHRISTmas season.  Come along, friend. Let's grow! Jennifer  Click here to print your FREE Togather™ Small Holy Moments: Your family's  new favorite quick way to succeed at keeping it about Jesus this year. Just print, grab a jar, set it near your Nativity, and start filling it up with your family's Small Holy Moments.  What if we all did that? Tell a friend! Give togathermoments.com Togather™ conversation stickers as gifts to teachers, family, neighbors. Order now!

    The Familyman Show
    #TBT Rerun of Happy Thanksgiving!

    The Familyman Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 35:27


    Today's episode is a special rerun of the "Happy Thanksgiving!" episode from 2012! It even includes an excerpt from "Cootie McKay's Nativity" -- from the Familyman's Christmas Treasury of audiobooks. www.Familymanweb.com