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Pastor Terry’s Bible Study Podcast
King Jesus Picks a Team

Pastor Terry’s Bible Study Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 27:39


Wednesday November 30, 2022 Advent Week 1 "Beatitudes" - Luke 6:12-27 NT Wright, "An Advent for Everyone: Luke"

Pastor Terry’s Bible Study Podcast
Don't Give Up - Luke 2:41-52

Pastor Terry’s Bible Study Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 31:02


Monday of Advent Week 1 2022 NT Wright, "Advent for Everyone: Luke"

saint benedict's table
In Days to Come | a sermon for the 1st Sunday in Advent

saint benedict's table

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 14:56


A  sermon by Jamie Howison from the 1st  Sunday in Advent, November 27, 2022. The texts for the day were Isaiah 2:1-5 and Matthew 24:36-44. Included in this podcast is Gord Johnson's song "Jesse Tree", originally recorded for our  2009  Beautiful Mercy project.Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict's table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we've been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of over 600 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.

saint benedict's table
The Feast of Christ the King | a sermon

saint benedict's table

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 20:05


A  sermon by Jamie Howison from Sunday November 20, 2022, which we observed as the Feast of Christ the King. The texts for the day were Colossians 1:15-20 and Luke 23:33-43. Included in this podcast is Alana Levandoski's song "The Christ Hymn," from her 2015 album Behold, I Make all Things New. Information on that album and on all of Alana's work is available by clicking here. Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict's table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we've been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of over 600 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.

Unbelievable?
Classic Replay: NT Wright & James White debate Paul & Justification

Unbelievable?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 69:13


From the archives: NT Wright is a leading professor of New Testament at the forefront of what has been called the New Perspective on Paul. His reassessment of the words of Paul on "justification" led to concern from some reformed church leaders. Does this new perspective undermine important doctrine, or did the reformers read their Bible wrong? James White, reformed Bible scholar of Alpha and Omega ministries, discussed with NT Wright as they sought to find out what Paul really said about justification.   • Subscribe to the Unbelievable? podcast: https://pod.link/267142101 • More shows, free eBook & newsletter: https://premierunbelievable.com • For live events: http://www.unbelievable.live • For online learning: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/training-and-events • Support us in the USA: http://www.premierinsight.org/unbelievableshow • Support us in the rest of the world: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/donate

FULLER curated
98 - A Moral Transformation | N. T. Wright

FULLER curated

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 58:24


N. T. Wright discusses the importance of practice and discipline in the development of Christian virtues. N. T. Wright is an author, theologian, and Anglican bishop. This FULLER curated series features lectures, speeches, and sermons from across Fuller's history, drawn from our archives in celebration of Fuller's 75th anniversary.

Atlanta Westside Presbyterian Church

Five short responses clarifying the preacher's interpretation of the passage, about whether God can be present in hell, about why faith is the mechanism for salvation, about predestination, and about hopelessness... also three longer responses about how God can hold people accountable if they haven't heard the Gospel, about how there could be no sadness in heaven if people we love aren't there, and about a grab bag of questions generated by reading NT Wright and Karl Barth.

saint benedict's table
The wolf and the lamb shall feed together | a sermon

saint benedict's table

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 13:41


A  sermon by Jamie Howison from Sunday November 13, 2022, on Isaiah 65:17-25 and Luke 21:5-19.Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict's table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we've been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of over 600 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.

Ask NT Wright Anything
#143 The bedrock facts of the resurrection - NT Wright & Justin Bass

Ask NT Wright Anything

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 35:29


Justin Brierley and Tom Wright are joined by New Testament scholar Justin Bass, author of ‘The Bedrock of Christianity: The unalterable facts of Jesus' death and resurrection'. They discuss why the appearances of Jesus and the rise of Christianity count as historical evidence for the truth of the resurrection   For 'The Bedrock of Christianity': https://justinwbass.com/   • Subscribe to the Ask NT Wright Anything podcast: https://pod.link/1441656192 • More shows, free eBook, newsletter, and sign up to ask Tom your questions: https://premierunbelievable.com • For live events: http://www.unbelievable.live • For online learning: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/training-and-events • Support us in the USA: http://www.premierinsight.org/unbelievableshow

Dreamers and Disciples with Wade Joye
Why Messy Emotions Don't Disqualify Your Faith

Dreamers and Disciples with Wade Joye

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 35:16


Feelings aren't the enemy of your faith. Instead, there are indicators of the opportunity for faith. This week on the podcast, we explore 3 opportunities for your faith to flourish hidden in your messy emotions. Scripture 2 Corinthians 1:3-10 Exodus 34:6-7 Psalm 104:31 Proverbs 6:16-19 1 Kings 3:10 Numbers 11:1 Exodus 4:14 Exodus 34:14 Matthew 14:14 Luke 10:21 John 11:35 Mark 6:30-31 Luke 22:44 2 Corinthians 12:9-10 Psalm 73:26 Philippians 3:10-11 Leave a voice message for Wade accessmore.com Download Wade's free ebook “7 Rhythms to Renew The Health Of Your Soul” Sign up for The Weekly Reset, Wade's weekly email filled with encouragement and practical applications of spiritual rhythms, at wadejoye.com. Follow Wade on Instagram - @wadejoye Paul for Everyone: 2 Corinthians (The New Testament for Everyone) by NT Wright

At Home with the Lectionary

In this episode, we consider the readings for Proper 28 (Year C in the lectionary cycle): Luke 21:5-19; 2 Thessalonians 3:6-13; Canticle 9 (Isaiah 12:2-6); Isaiah 65:17-25We discuss Jesus' prophetic words about persecution and His return, Paul's instructions to the Thessalonians about community life, the first song of Isaiah, and Isaiah's closing prophetic glimpse of the joy of Jerusalem.Notes:The Bible Project--Bible Project's overview of Isaiah--Bible Project's overview of 2 Thessalonians--Bible Project series the law--NT Wright's courses on Udemy--CS Lewis' The Great Divorce Our outro music is an original song by our friend Dcn. Jeremiah Webster, a poet and professor whose giftedness is rivaled by his humbleness. You can find his published works, including After So Many Fires, with a quick Google.

SELAH Commonwealth
Blessed Are The Peacemakers

SELAH Commonwealth

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 44:43


Special thanks to Tim Mackie, Dallas Willard, Stanley Hauerwas, Gerhard E. Lenski, John Mark Comer, Frederick Dale Bruner, Rob Bell, Richard Rohr, Dave Johnson, Brian Zahnd, Ray Vander Laan, R.T. France, NT Wright and Cornelius Planting for their contributions to this series of podcasts through Jesus' Sermon On The Mount. 

Ask NT Wright Anything
#139 Q&A on New Creation & Salvation with Pastor Miles McPherson Pt 1

Ask NT Wright Anything

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 22:21 Very Popular


NT Wright was interviewed by Pastor Miles McPherson at Rock Church San Diego. They talk about Tom's work to redescribe the gospel in terms of new creation, and what that means for the concept of 'getting saved'. Recorded in 2019.   Used with permission of Rock Church, San Diego https://www.sdrock.com   • Subscribe to the Ask NT Wright Anything podcast: https://pod.link/1441656192 • More shows, free eBook, newsletter, and sign up to ask Tom your questions: https://premierunbelievable.com • For live events: http://www.unbelievable.live • For online learning: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/training-and-events • Support us in the USA: http://www.premierinsight.org/unbelievableshow • Support us in the rest of the world: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/donate

Iowa City Church Podcast
2. The Forgiveness of God

Iowa City Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 28:08


Theologian and New Testament scholar NT Wright tells this story of the time he was the campus chaplain at Worcester College in Oxford, England. As chaplain he would make it a point to meet all the students each year. In introducing himself, a number of the students would say they probably wouldn't be seeing much of each other because they, the student, didn't believe in God. Wright had a stock reply. He would ask, “Oh, and what god don't you believe in?” The student would give a puzzled look. So Wright would say, “Describe this god that you don't believe in.” So the student would describe a god who was distant and uninvolved in the goings on of earth, and who was ultimately angry and upset with people. Wright would listen, nodding his head. And when the student was done, Wright would reply, “I'm not surprised you don't believe in god…I don't believe in that god either."  This simple interaction opened up a number of opportunities for NT Wright to talk about how Scripture actually describes God, and it's shockingly different then what social media, memes and TikTok describe! How would you describe God? Unfortunately, a lot of people hold to untrue images and descriptions of God. Jesus faced this situation with a group of religious leaders. To help reshape their view of God, he told them three paradigm changing stories about the character of God. The third story Jesus told was about a son who "spit in his Father's face" took his money and ran away, only to have his life fall apart. His life became a total wreck. If you were the father of that son, what would you do if he wanted to come home? In this story Jesus reveals how God would respond...and it's shocking! According to Jesus, there is no evil or sin God won't forgive. What a scandalous thought! Is that the God you know? If you want to learn more about who God is, give a listen to part two of Lost & Found.

SELAH Commonwealth
The Merciful

SELAH Commonwealth

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 37:10


Special thanks to Robert Capon, Tim Mackie, Dallas Willard, Stanley Hauerwas, Gerhard E. Lenski, John Mark Comer, Frederick Dale Bruner, Rob Bell, Richard Rohr, Dave Johnson, Brian Zahnd, Ray Vander Laan, NT Wright, Cornelius Plantinga and R.T. France for their contributions to this series of podcasts through Jesus' Sermon On The Mount. 

Ask NT Wright Anything
#138 An evening with NT Wright at The Rock Church

Ask NT Wright Anything

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 24:33 Very Popular


Recorded at The Rock Church, San Diego, Tom Wright challenges us to think like first-century Christians, to imagine Jesus and the early church within the history, culture, and religion of Second Temple Judaism and the Greco-Roman world. Recorded in Nov 2019.   For 'The New Testament In Its World': https://zondervanacademic.com/pages/new-testament-in-its-world Used with permission of Rock Church, San Diego https://www.sdrock.com Watch the video: https://youtu.be/D1kSQwgZNSM   • Subscribe to the Ask NT Wright Anything podcast: https://pod.link/1441656192 • More shows, free eBook, newsletter, and sign up to ask Tom your questions: https://premierunbelievable.com • For live events: http://www.unbelievable.live • For online learning: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/training-and-events • Support us in the USA: http://www.premierinsight.org/unbelievableshow • Support us in the rest of the world: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/donate

saint benedict's table
Ordinary daily practices for the long haul | a sermon

saint benedict's table

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 17:44


A sermon by Jamie Howison from Sunday October 2, 2022. Our texts for the day were  Lamentations 3:19-26 and Luke 17:5-10.Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict's table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we've been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of over 600 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.

Midtown Church Podcast
Revealing the Kingdom of Jesus – Mark 1:14-15

Midtown Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022


Have you given up on trying to heal the world?Maybe we've given up because we've been let down or we've just grown old enough to recognize our way of doing things is not going to get the job done. What if you were to learn that we are being invited into a conspiracy that will radically reshape the universe?The Gospel Jesus preached. For many of us, this description of a conspiracy to restore our broken world is nothing like “the Gospel” that we learned in Sunday school. To answer the question, “what is the gospel” the best place to begin is with the gospel Jesus preached. “From that time Jesus began to preach, saying, “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.” – Matthew 4:17 (ESV)“And this gospel of the kingdom will be proclaimed throughout the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come.” – Matthew 24:14 (ESV)“I must preach the good news of the kingdom of God to the other towns as well; for I was sent for this purpose.” – Luke 4:43 (ESV)“Now after John was arrested, Jesus came into Galilee, proclaiming the gospel of God, and saying, “The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand; repent and believe in the gospel.” – Mark 1:14–15 (ESV)Jesus came into Galilee, proclaiming the gospel [euangelion] of God.” (v. 14)70 years prior to Jesus' birth, Caesar Augustus unified a divided Rome into what would be known as the Roman Empire. The Emperor became known as “Son of God”, “Lord”, “Savior”, and “Prince of Peace” In fact, one ancient inscription reads; “The birthday of the God (Caesar Augustus) was the beginning for the world of the glad tidings [good news] that have come through men through him.”A euangelion in the ancient world was a royal announcement about a king and a kingdom. Jesus says, “The time is fulfilled…”;The Old Testament, its prophesies and predictions, are about to come to pass. “The Kingdom of God….” [the Kingdom of Heaven in the gospel of Matthew]1: the range of God's effective will. 2: Or as Jesus' definition goes it is the space in which “God's will is done on Earth as it is in heaven.” Many will translate it as the “reign of God” because it communicates something more active for the English hearer.The Kingdom pervades all parts of life and it is a Kingdom that is utterly unlike the kingdoms of the world. "We are built to live in the kingdom of God. It is our natural habitat." – Dallas Willard“…the kingdom of God is at hand” God's conspiracy to take back his world from Satan, sin, and death has begun in the person of Jesus. His method for overthrowing the powers is not military force or political coercion– it is suffering love. “Then the angel showed me the river of the water of life, bright as crystal, flowing from the throne of God and of the Lamb 2 through the middle of the street of the city; also, on either side of the river, the tree of life with its twelve kinds of fruit, yielding its fruit each month. The leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations. 3 No longer will there be anything accursed, but the throne of God and of the Lamb will be in it, and his servants will worship him. 4 They will see his face, and his name will be on their foreheads. 5 And night will be no more. They will need no light of lamp or sun, for the Lord God will be their light, and they will reign forever and ever.” – Revelation 22:1-5The good news is that the one true God has now taken charge of the world, in and through Jesus and his death and resurrection. The ancient hopes have indeed been fulfilled, but in a way nobody imagined. God's plan to put the world right has finally been launched. The ancient sickness that had crippled the whole world, and humans with it, has been cured at last, so that new life can rise up in its place. Life has come to life and is pouring out like a mighty river into the world, in the form of a new power, the power of love. The good news was, and is, that all this has happened in and through Jesus; that one day it will happen, completely and utterly, to all creation; and that we humans, every single one of us, whoever we are, can be caught up in that transformation here and now. This is the Christian Gospel. Do not allow yourself to be fobbed off with anything else.” – NT Wright, Simply Good NewsWe will only discover how to follow the way of suffering love if we heed Jesus' instructions to “repent and believe”. (v.15)Repentance as is used by Jesus is an invitation to ‘rethink everything.”Belief in Christ is an act of allegiance; an allegiance that leads us to do things strange to this culture for the sake of the Kingdom. Repentance is to rethink what is possible and belief is to risk for what could be.

Coaching For Pastors - Daily Coaching, Encouragement, and Support for Pastors
Episode 161 - N.T. Wright's Answer For Pastoral Contentment

Coaching For Pastors - Daily Coaching, Encouragement, and Support for Pastors

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 7:08


Jeff asked N.T. Wright... basically... "what would Paul say to a pastor of a smaller church today? A pastor who wanted to be successful in his calling, and was concerned about growing his/her church?"Wright's answer speaks to an understanding of "for we wrestle not against flesh and blood..." He knows where the fight is, and what victory looks like. He understands the basic disciplines that make up a "Rule of Life."Check it out...Support the show

200churches Podcast: Ministry Encouragement for Pastors of Small Churches
Episode 400 - Jeff & Jonny LIVE - Celebrating 400 Episodes

200churches Podcast: Ministry Encouragement for Pastors of Small Churches

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 69:11


Jeff and Jonny are LIVE together on this episode, catching up after a long summer, reminiscing over the last 400 episodes, and recalling some of the very memorable guests over the years, with cameo appearances by John Lynch, Kay Warren, Vinny Provenzano, and N.T. Wright. This was a blast to record, and you will enjoy this CLASSIC episode!Here are the links to the full episodes we reference in Episode 400:John Lynch - Episode 61Kay Warren - Episode 226Vinny Provenzano - Episode 286N.T. Wright - Episode 200Vinny's Website - We Chose Love.com

Full Proof Theology
63 - Robert Brewis on Anglican Ecclesiology and Church Reform

Full Proof Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 37:40


Robert Brewis is an ordained minister in the Church of England, currently serving as an Associate vicar in Greater Manchester. He serves on the board of Churchman, an Evangelical Anglican Journal. He is a graduate of Oak Hill College and currently studying at Oxford researching Handley Moule and his theology of the Christian life in relation to Moule's understanding of the trinity, anthropology, union with Christ, justification, sanctification, and the means of grace.Is there hope for the church of England? How are decisions made in the Anglican church?Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/chasedavisThe Global Anglican - https://www.churchsociety.org/resources/the-global-anglican/Robert Brewis Sermon - https://youtu.be/CWVMMOmjTwYSupport the show

The Garrett Ashley Mullet Show
‘Paul, A Biography,' by N.T. Wright, and The State of Theology Report 2022

The Garrett Ashley Mullet Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 48:48


Yesterday I finished 'Paul: A Biography' by N.T. Wright, and I want to tell you all about it. Rest assured, I have more to say than just that it was "so good and super convicting." In all seriousness, though, as far as biographies go, I thought this was a particularly well-written and interesting one. But, yes, I do admit to knowing there is a lot of controversy concerning Tom Wright and his perspective on the Apostle Paul, particularly among the Reformed. But still needing to read and research more to get at what his perspective actually is, I either did not catch anything untoward in his work from 2018, or else there was nothing untoward in said title. And both are entirely plausible, if I may be entirely honest with you. But what is as much or more interesting to me today is the recent article at Christianity Today by Stefani McDade. Published 'September 19th' with the title 'Top 5 Heresies Among American Evangelicals,' the recent findings of the annual joint-venture by Ligonier and Lifeway titled 'The State of Theology' is jarring. For starters, 26% of self-identified American Evangelicals agree with the following statement: "the Bible, like all sacred writings, contains helpful accounts of ancient myths but is not literally true." What follows in the other statistics cited might only be surprising in the sense that you would expect that stat to be significantly higher than one quarter. More than half of evangelicals - 56% - agree with the statement that "God accepts the worship of all religions, including Christianity, Judaism, and Islam." Similarly disturbing, 73% resonate with the sentiment that "Jesus is the first and greatest being created by God," and over 40% agree that "Jesus was a great teacher, but he was not God," while 60% believe "The Holy Spirit is a force but is not a personal being." All the more glad am I that our local church is going to start working through courses offered for free at BiblicalTraining.org the first week of October. As should now be apparent, the church in America is sorely in need of returning again to what historically would be considered "the basics" of Christianity, but which increasingly in our day are seen as negotiables. These, dear friends, are not to be negotiated down in the interest of inflating stats or gaining rapid acquisition of folks who will think themselves Christians. Everyone indeed is a theologian. The only real question is whether we are good ones, and have the right idea according to God's Word about who God says He is on His own terms. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/garrett-ashley-mullet/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/garrett-ashley-mullet/support

Igniting Imagination: Leadership Ministry
People, Places, and Processes for Healing with Jorge Acevedo

Igniting Imagination: Leadership Ministry

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 56:16


Grace Church is the perfect name for the now large, multi-site, United Methodist congregation in Southwest Florida that Jorge Acevedo started two decades ago. “Help us be the church for people that nobody sees” has been the church's focus and that is exactly the church they have become. Grace Church is taking the healing ministry of Jesus seriously by bringing together people, places, and processes that make it possible for those who are affected by addiction to heal–and Grace Church is leading the way as one of America's most effective churches in recovery ministries. Jorge shares his own story of how God's saving grace saved him from addiction and offers a rich theology of salvation and formation that is deeply moving and convicting. Do we have the courage as the church to create spaces for people who need help and healing?   In this conversation: Gil Rendle considers what resilience looks like for the church right now (01:01) Jorge shares his story of recovery from addiction and how his experience of God's grace has shaped his ministry (10:27) What is the role of healing in Christian ministry? (14:50) Jorge's conviction that spiritual leaders primarily do three things (18:39) Why Jorge says the “hardest thing for a spiritual leader to lead is themselves” and his wisdom for leading your life well (22:37) Creating a disciple-making culture (29:59) The depth at the heart of innovative ministry (38:09) The one question Jorge asked NT Wright that guides his vision for the church's future (50:53)   QUOTES “Deep within our theology and the early practices of Methodist was this desire to see the goodness and the grace of God penetrate our addictions and our afflictions and compulsive behaviors.” -Jorge Acevedo [12:31] “So we believe that God is at work in every person in every human heart, but do we have the courage to join God in those spaces and in those places and amongst those people who may be very far from God?” -Jorge Acevedo [36:08]   Jorge Acevedo's bio Jorge is the Lead Pastor at Grace Church, a multi-site, United Methodist congregation in Southwest Florida with three campuses.  Jorge is a 1984 graduate of Asbury College where he received a Bachelor of Arts Degree majoring in Bible. He is also a graduate of Asbury Theological Seminary with a Master of Divinity Degree. He is currently working on a Doctor of Ministry degree from United Theological Seminary focusing on building generative teams for congregational vitality and sustainability. He's been a faithful United Methodist, serving for many years as a delegate to the General Conference; he also served on the Call to Action Steering Team and the Commission on a Way Forward. Jorge has co-authored and written many books, including: A Field Guide for Methodist Fresh Expressions, Neighboring and The Grace-Full Life: God's All-Reaching, Soul-Saving, Character-Shaping, Never-Ending Love.   RESOURCES & RELEVANT LINKS Read Gil Rendle's paper “Jacob's Bones” for free off our TMF website here. Find out more about Fresh Expressions here. This podcast is brought to you by the Leadership Ministry team at TMF and Wesleyan Investive. Leadership Ministry connects diverse, high-capacity leaders in conversations and environments that create a network of courage, learning, and innovation in order to help the church lean into its God-appointed mission. Subscribe to our Leadership Ministry emails here. We send emails about each episode and include additional related resources related to the episode's topic. We know your inbox is inundated these days, we aim to send you content that is inspiring, innovative, and impactful for your life and ministry. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts / iTunes?

saint benedict's table
The Hardest Parable

saint benedict's table

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 14:45


A sermon by Jamie Howison from Sunday September 18, 2022. Our texts for the day were Jeremiah 8:18-9:1 and Luke 16:1-13. The title for the sermon is courtesy of Robert Farrar Capon, who called this portion of Luke "the hardest parable" in his book, The Parables of Grace.Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict's table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we've been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of over 600 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.

Ask NT Wright Anything
#135 My weekend with Queen Elizabeth II

Ask NT Wright Anything

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 20:59 Very Popular


NT Wright shares his memories of preaching for the Queen while he was the Bishop of Durham. He reflects on her strong Christian faith and how the church can respond in faith and hope at this time of national mourning.   For the Unbelievable? show featuring other perspectives on the death of the Queen: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/unbelievable/unbelievable-remembering-queen-elizabeth-ii-nt-wright-gavin-ashenden-and-ruth-jackson/13807.article   • Subscribe to the Ask NT Wright Anything podcast: https://pod.link/1441656192 • More shows, free eBook, newsletter, and sign up to ask Tom your questions: https://premierunbelievable.com • For live events: http://www.unbelievable.live • For online learning: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/training-and-events • Support us in the USA: http://www.premierinsight.org/unbelievableshow • Support us in the rest of the world: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/donate

The Art of Leadership Daily
AOLD 069 | NT Wright on Arguments Against the Atheistic Viewpoint

The Art of Leadership Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 8:11


NT Wright describes to Carey arguments against the atheistic viewpoint. Get more on this conversation by going to http://theartofleadershipdaily.com/. Looking for resources to lead, run and grow your church? Join The Art of Leadership Academy today at http://theartofleadershipacademy.com/.

saint benedict's table
The Lost and Found | a sermon

saint benedict's table

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 14:08


A sermon by Jamie Howison from Sunday September 11, 2022. Our texts for the day were Jeremiah 4:11-12, 22-28 and Luke 15:1-10.Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict's table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we've been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of over 600 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.

Exegetically Speaking
The Time of Your Visitation, with N. T. Wright: Luke 19:11

Exegetically Speaking

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 9:35


Rev. Dr. N. T. Wright is Research Professor Emeritus of New Testament and Early Christianity at St Mary's College in the University of St Andrews and Senior Research Fellow at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford. His work has established him as the foremost voice among New Testament scholars of the present generation, not least due to his many commentaries, topical studies, and the multi-volume, Christian Origins and the Question of God. Is Jesus' parable of Luke 19:11-27 teaching that the kingdom of God is going to be delayed indefinitely or that it is arriving at that moment with Jesus' descent upon Jerusalem? Verse 44 of the same chapter and Jeremiah's use of a key Greek word, among other things, ominously suggests the latter.

Unbelievable?
Remembering Queen Elizabeth II - NT Wright, Gavin Ashenden & Ruth Jackson

Unbelievable?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 83:46 Very Popular


As the world marks the death of Queen Elizabeth II, Justin Brierley presents a special edition of Unbelievable? speaking to New Testament scholar NT Wright about his memories of the queen when he preached for her as Bishop of Durham. Former chaplain to the queen Gavin Ashenden asks whether the end of her reign marks the end of Christendom in the UK, and Ruth Jackson reflects on the hope that comes with grief.   For Ruth Jackson's article: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/articles/we-mourn-the-queen-but-not-as-those-without-hope/13812.article To offer prayers and tributes: https://www.premier.org.uk/prayers-of-thanksgiving-for-the-queen/   • Subscribe to the Unbelievable? podcast: https://pod.link/267142101 • More shows, free eBook & newsletter: https://premierunbelievable.com • For live events: http://www.unbelievable.live • For online learning: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/training-and-events • Support us in the USA: http://www.premierinsight.org/unbelievableshow • Support us in the rest of the world: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/donate

saint benedict's table
Buechner, Brownie, and St Luke?

saint benedict's table

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 16:22


A sermon by Jamie Howison from Sunday September 4, 2022. Our texts for the day were Jeremiah 18:1-11 and Luke 14:25-33. Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict's table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we've been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of over 600 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.

Expedition 44
Letters to the Church: Philadelphia (The Church part 9)

Expedition 44

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 65:10


Revelation 3:7-13 Background Philadelphia is 25 miles SE of Sardis in the Hermes Valley. It is the youngest of the churches in Revelation. Philadelphia means “brotherly love”. When King Eumenes II of Pergamum founded the city of Philadelphia he named it after his younger brother and successor Attalus Philadelphus. Attalus got the nickname Philadelphus (The one who loves his brother) because Attalus was deeply loyal to his brother to the point when the Romans offered to help Attalus overthrow his brother and give him the throne he refused. Philadelphia sat on top of a fault line and was affected by several major earthquakes in 17 AD. It was a city that was ruined and rebuilt many times Description of Jesus (3:7) Holy and True This is usually translated as “the words of him who is holy and true” but in Greek “holy” and “true” are each proceeded with the definite article. It should read “the words of him who is THE holy and THE true”. By taking these titles Jesus is reminding the church that he is one with God the Father. It's also important as we look at the interaction of the Jews and Christians in Philadelphia. The claim of the church that Jesus is Lord and God is what is bringing them persecution. Has the Key of David Isaiah 22:15-24 The theme here in Isaiah 22 is that the previous stewards will be removed, and a new “servant” will be set up who will have the keys to the kingdom, the key of David. There are a lot of Echoes of Christ in this passage: a servant, given authority, connection to David, at the seat of honor (right hand), over the father's household. And the honor of the family hangs on Him (Jesus is the head of the church). Praise for Philadelphia (3:8-11) Philadelphia, like Smyrna, is a church that Jesus does not call to repent. Both churches are churches that suffer for Jesus' name. both churches are facing persecution from the religious establishment (The Jews). Synagogue of Satan In Revelation 3:9 Jesus describes this synagogue as not real Jews but liars. Like in Smyrna “Those who say they are Jews but are not”. The true Jew is the one who in part of the family of the Messiah in Christ. Those who claim Jesus as Lord. NT Wright: “which of these two groups then, Jews or Christians, can claim to be the true Jews, bearing the torch of God's ancient people? Here Jesus is quite clear; those who follow him, the Davidic messiah, are the true Jews. Those who deny him are forfeiting their right to this noble name.” Isaiah 45:14 The Expectation was that the nations would flow into the Jewish nation, but Jesus reverses it and now at the end of Revelation we see the nations flowing into the New Jerusalem, the Kingdom. But Jesus puts the Jews in Philadelphia in the shoes of the pagan nations. Flips the script! He compares the Jews in Philadelphia to Shebna in Isaiah 22 who is removed from the house, and the keys of David are given to God's servant Eliakim, a shadow of Jesus. It says the glory of his family will hang on him, it's offspring and offshoots… His body the church Kept in the Trial There are exact word parallels with the words “keep” and “from” in Rev. 3:10 and John 17:15, which is the only other NT occurrence of “to keep” with “from” together: there Christ prays, “I ask not that you take them out of the world, but that you keep them from the evil one.” Thus, Jesus denies a physical removal from tribulation and affirms a spiritual protection from the devil. Big idea of this section is there is judgement coming on the kingdoms and systems that oppose God but God will keep his family Conquer We conquer the way of the Lamb, not the way of Rome! The conquers will be a pillar in the temple of God and have God's name, New Jerusalem, and Jesus' name written on them.

Notas Sueltas
Ep. 74 | La libertad gloriosa de los hijos de Dios

Notas Sueltas

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 49:12


"Cuidado tus ojitos al mirar". Yo aprendí esta canción siendo muy niño y, gracias a ella, una idea tan bella de la religión cristiana como lo es la compañía divina en cualquier momento de la vida, se convirtió en un trauma al sentirme constantemente vigilado y, por si fuera poco, juzgado en cada cosa que hacía. ¿Qué tiene la religión que tiende a convertir ideas positivas en instrumentos de control? ¿Será posible vivir una espiritualidad libre del miedo, desde una narrativa diferente, de libertad y de responsabilidad? En este primer episodio de la tercera temporada de Notas Sueltas les cuento sobre mi experiencia y traumas personales con la mirada religiosa que aprendí sobre el sexo, las relaciones personales, la honestidad, el servicio y otras áreas de mi vida. También les comparto algunas ideas que me han resultado útiles para encontrarme con mi fe desde un enfoque distinto. ¡Espero que lo disfruten! Notas del episodio El episodio "Demolición de la fe", donde hablo de mi experiencia de deconstrucción: https://open.spotify.com/episode/1L0lH8DNE4qaphvD6vUC5K?si=dcc86c0abdb04272 N.T. Wright escribe sobre la justificación en el pensamiento paulino: https://www.amazon.com/-/es/N-T-Wright-ebook/dp/B08KFH9PXF/ Presentación del Informe Final de la Comisión de la Verdad: https://youtu.be/2Ap2gWBIeT0 Estadística de víctimas de homicidio durante el conflicto armado: https://web.comisiondelaverdad.co/actualidad/noticias/principales-cifras-comision-de-la-verdad-informe-final La leyenda de la espada de Dámocles: https://lamenteesmaravillosa.com/la-leyenda-de-la-espada-de-damocles/ Enrique Martínez Lozano escribe sobre la teología no dual: https://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/articulo?codigo=4831535 Guía del episodio 00:00 | Introducción 06:09 | Romanos 8,21 14:16 | La narrativa del miedo 26:27 | El trauma del control vs. la libertad 34:22 | ¡Cuidado con el libertinaje! 40:27 | Vivir en la libertad de los hijos de Dios Tema musical: Midnight Special - E's Jammy Jams.

Damascus Road Community Church
India, South Africa & Germany

Damascus Road Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 48:24


Over the last several months, our elders have been reading through NT Wright's book, The Day the Revolution Began. Last week, we discussed chapter 12 where we dug into how God wants us to be fully functioning, God-reflecting human beings, and that Jesus came to bring us back into and be part of the new creation not just as beneficiaries, but as active participants. One way we do this is through our missions. We have a Damascus Road tradition of celebrating all of our missions the last two weeks in August each year. Last weekend, Pastor Roger gave us a fantastic report from Honduras, Nicaragua, and Johnstown, PA while challenging us to live out our God-given mission. This weekend, we will celebrate our missions in India, Germany, and Africa. Don't miss it!

First Presbyterian Church of Baton Rouge

Mark was the first gospel written and recorded. Mark wrote to the persecuted Gentile Christians living in Rome. Because of this, Mark (more than any of the other gospel writers) narrows in on Jesus as our Suffering Servant, the Son of God. He writes with conciseness and urgency, documenting some of the most significant "support-beam" details of Jesus' life and ministry. In this passage, we learn how John the Baptist prepares the way for Jesus, getting our hearts ready for his ministry through a baptism of repentance (vs. 1-8). Then, Jesus prepares his heart for the work he came to do, through baptism and temptation, which sets the stage for his ministry. Then, we go. "The time is fulfilled." Jesus begins building God's Kingdom, and invites us along in that kingdom work. Ready... Set... Go! John shows such humility and reverence for the Lord, not only in his appearance, but in his actions taking the attention off him and onto Jesus, the one. He. says, "is mightier than I . . . who will baptize you with the Holy Spirit." It seems as though Mark is eager to let us know that all of these initial events took place in the "wilderness." Why is that significant? "The moment Jesus was baptized was like having the “commander-in-chief” of our lives come forward to the front lines and jump into the trenches to fight for us" (John Piper). “It's no more odd for Jesus to be baptized in the Jordan River than it is for him to hang on the cross at Calvary” (Mark Dever). The phrase “torn open” occurs twice in Mark's gospel, here at Jesus' baptism and again at the crucifixion, at the inaugurating moment of his ministry and at the moment he completed his mission. What do you think it would've been like to experience "the heavens being torn open, and the Spirit descend on him like a dove" and hear the voice of God speak words to his beloved Son, where all three persons of the Godhead were visibly united?! The last words, according to Mark, that Jesus heard before this time of testing, were from His Father: “You are my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased.” "The Spirit drove Jesus out to be tempted by Satan." This meeting with Satan was no accidental encounter, it was a divine appointment scheduled by the Father and implemented by the Spirit. Jesus came to reverse, to rectify, what humanity failed to do. This is what his temptation proves to us, he had to face, fight, and win all the battles we could ever face, he had to be tempted in every way. "The beginning of Jesus' public ministry didn't start in a thriving metropolis, but in the rugged wasteland of the Judean wilderness near the Dead Sea; not with a press conference but a baptism; not with a parade and feast, but with 40 days of solitude and fasting even further in the wilderness, being tempted by Satan himself” (NT Wright). Jesus came to proclaim the kingdom of God both as a present reality and as a future hope. In what ways is the kingdom of God already here? In what way is it yet to come? Jesus gives us four commands in our response to the gospel: Repent, believe, follow him, and fish for men. Reflection question: What have you given up in order to follow Jesus? What have you gained?

Unconditional Love International - The Ministry of Malcolm Smith
WEBINAR 407 - Where Do You Live? (Part 3)

Unconditional Love International - The Ministry of Malcolm Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 74:35


Recorded at http://unconditionallovefellowship.com/webinars/

Unconditional Love International - The Ministry of Malcolm Smith
WEBINAR 406 - Where Do You Live? (Part 2)

Unconditional Love International - The Ministry of Malcolm Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 75:59


Recorded at http://unconditionallovefellowship.com/webinars/

Expedition 44
Letters to the Church: Pergamum (The Church part 4)

Expedition 44

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 54:35


Background • Pergamum was the seat for the Roman Governor for the region. So, if Ephesus was like New York (Financial and commerce center), Pergamum would be like Washington DC (governing and legal center). • They had the 2nd largest library at the time (Alexandria had the largest) • In 29 AD Pergamum was the very first city to erect a temple to a Caesar (Augustus) • Those in Pergamum also worshipped the god Asclepius, who was a healing God in the form of a serpent. They also were the center for medical practice. This God's temple had a medical spa connected to it and a 3500-seat amphitheater for musical therapy. o Asclepius was given the title Soter (savior)for his “healing power”. This would have put early Christians at odds with this cult claiming Jesus was the healer and savior. • On the highest peak of the hillside around Pergamum was the temple to Zeus. It had a huge altar that looked like a throne. Smoke would rise day and night from the temple from the sacrifices being made. • On another hilltop near Zeus' temple was Athena's temple the goddess of victory. • As well there was a massive temple to the god Serapis who was also a god of healing. Today this temple is known as Red Basilica. It contained a massive 30-foot statue that the priest could make “talk” by entering the base and speaking through a pipe. NT Wright describes the impact this environment might have had on the church in Pergamum: “Many local inhabitants in the first century must have been proud of all of this. But for the little Christian community it represented a threat- and a threat with which, it seemed, the Christians were not coping particularly well.” All of these temples, smoke, talking idols, altars and more must have seemed overwhelming and intimidating to the believers here. It's no wonder Jesus describes Pergamum as the place where Satan dwells. Not only was it the governing center for the imperial cult but also a major center for false worship and some of the Christians are struggling to maintain a faithful witness in this culture. Revelation 2:12-17 Description of Jesus (v12) Antipas the Faithful Witness (V13) Balaam/Nicolaitans (v14, 15) Call to Repent (v16) Reward: Hidden manna and New name (v17) Conclusions: How to apply this to the Church today

Ask NT Wright Anything
#128 Why did God make childbirth difficult? More questions about Eden and the Fall

Ask NT Wright Anything

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 23:23 Very Popular


Were Adam and Eve's pre-fall bodies like the resurrected Jesus? Was marriage a post-fall accomodation? Why does Genesis say God made childbirth more difficult after the fall? NT Wright answers more questions on the Garden of Eden and the Creation story.   • To sponsor a child text JUSTIN to 83393 (USA only) or visit https://www.compassion.com/justin • Subscribe to the Ask NT Wright Anything podcast: https://pod.link/1441656192 • More shows, free eBook, newsletter, and sign up to ask Tom your questions: https://premierunbelievable.com • For live events: http://www.unbelievable.live • For online learning: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/training-and-events • Support us in the USA: http://www.premierinsight.org/unbelievableshow • Support us in the rest of the world: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/donate

Dr. James White on SermonAudio
Anglican N.T. Wright's "New Perspective on Paul" is Exposed as Being Faulty

Dr. James White on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 112:00


A new MP3 sermon from Christian Answers of Austin is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Anglican N.T. Wright's "New Perspective on Paul" is Exposed as Being Faulty Speaker: Dr. James White Broadcaster: Christian Answers of Austin Event: Teaching Date: 7/22/2022 Bible: 1 Corinthians 5:11-13; Romans 4:1-25 Length: 112 min.

Ask NT Wright Anything
#126 - From the slums of Kenya to new life - NT Wright meets Jey Mbiro

Ask NT Wright Anything

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 38:59


Justin and NT Wright speak to Jey Mbiro a Kenyan Christian who grew up as a street kid in the slums of Nairobi and was imprisoned aged just 9. They talk about poverty, the church in East Africa and Jey's own story of transformation thanks to Compassion. Please sponsor a child:  Text JUSTIN to 83393 (USA only) Or visit http://www.compassion.com/justin Every sponsor from the USA will receive a copy of Justin's book 'Unbelievable? Why, after ten years of talking with Christians, I'm still a Christian'. We hope to see 100 children sponsored through Compassion and the Ask NT Wright Anything Show. Thankyou!

Knowing Faith
#152 – Patreon Q&A Smorgasbord

Knowing Faith

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 49:48 Very Popular


Jen Wilkin, JT English, and Kyle Worley answer questions submitted from their patron supporters! To learn more and become a patron visit patreon.com/knowingfaith.Questions Covered in This Episode:We've heard (and subsequently forgotten) the title of JT's dissertation. Jen and Kyle, if you had to write a dissertation, what would it be on?My new pastor has grown a lot from his UPC roots, but isn't quite where I'm at in regards to the trinity. I appreciate that He is looking to the Word and growing, but this is still my biggest concern. He says if NT Wright is a trinitarian, then so is he. I don't have context to interpret that well. He's also leery of the word “persons” when speaking of the trinity, but does affirm distinction and oneness. He agrees that Father is not Son, etc, but all three are one God. Can you speak a bit about what I am losing if I agree to disagree here? Is there a major loss in saying ‘three beings, one God' instead?Our pastor views keeping a Sabbath as wise and beneficial, but doesn't believe it's necessarily a command we have to keep. Is this true?For Kyle, would you be willing to talk about your relationship with foster care? I'd love to hear about your theology surrounding foster care, and how your faith informs how you've participated in caring for foster children and/or their families.What habits have you guys found to be the most beneficial for your spiritual life and family life?How do you, in your personal lives find the balance between Christian liberty and holiness, particularly as it pertains to your Christian witness?What is Phoebe's role in the delivery of Romans? When you were in elementary school, what would we have found you usually doing during recess....tetherball? Trading baseball cards? Bullying kids for their lunch money?Were Adam and Eve indwelt by the Spirit? Did they lose him? And is the Holy Spirit's indwelling of believers now a restoring of what was broken in the garden?Can you speak pastorally and practically about transitioning out of ministry in a small church that's not in the best of health? Have any of you had any experience with graciously handing over your sheep in a church you have deep concerns about?Can y'all talk about alcohol?... And cannabis too. Let's assume for discussion purposes that it's legal for both medical and recreational use, at the state and federal levels. Should it be lumped in with how we view alcohol use? All of you seem to like reading and read a lot. Is it innate or an acquired skill? Do you have tips to be a better reader? How can I not dislike reading so much?How do you have gospel-centered conversations with close people in your life who are not believers?Manuscript or outline when giving a message?@Kyle Worley, I believe you've said plant and animal death is amoral (i.e., plant and animal death could occur before the fall because their life and death doesn't go against God's created order and will as human death does). Recently, a family member got upset by my choice to eliminate mice from my home via execution instead of relocation. This brought about the discussion of whether plants and animals have souls. I'm curious to hear y'all's evidence on morality surrounding plants and animals.Jen, if you could talk to your 30 year old self, what advice would you give her specifically related to teaching the Bible?What do we mean when we say we're evangelical? Meaning-evangelical as opposed to what?Helpful Definitions: Evangelical: From the Greek term euangelion. Bebbington's Quadrilateral: Belief in the Bible. This is God's word, it's authoritative for our life, it's the story of the world, and we submit ourselves to it. The cross. The most definitive event in human history, this is where we find our redemption, our reconciliation to God, atonement, justification.The concept of being born again. The cross and the giving of the Holy Spirit is something that needs to happen. The cross isn't s concept that is meaningful for you until you have realized I am a sinner in need of redemption, reconciliation, and ultimately regeneration.Activism. We want to be engaged in our world in biblically meaningful ways to extend God's cultural mandate or the great commission to the ends of the earth.Resources Mentioned in This Episode:The Family Discipleship Podcast“Ten Words to Live By” by Jen Wilkin“Cannabis and the Christian” by Todd Miles“Food Trucks in Babylon” Podcast“Confessions” by Augustine“A Non-Anxious Presence” by Mark SayersAmazon affiliate links are used where appropriate. As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases, thank you for supporting Knowing Faith.Sponsors:Explore the Southern Seminary degree programs designed to equip you to be more effective in full-time ministry or as a lay leader: SBTS.EDU/EXPLOREFollow Us:Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | WebsiteSupport Knowing Faith and Become a Patron:patreon.com/knowingfaith

Ask NT Wright Anything
#123 How St. Paul changed the world Pt 2 - Tom Holland & NT Wright

Ask NT Wright Anything

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 30:24 Very Popular


NT Wright and popular historian Tom Holland continue their discussion about the way the writings and theology of St Paul changed the modern world. Watch the conversation between Tom Holland and NT Wright: https://youtu.be/nlf_ULB26cU For Mikhaila Peterson & John Mccray live event: http://www.unbelievable.live • More shows, free eBook & newsletter: https://premierunbelievable.com • For live events: http://www.unbelievable.live • For online learning: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/training-and-events • Support us in the USA: http://www.premierinsight.org/unbelievableshow • Support us in the rest of the world: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/donate