Take The Gospel, Leave The Cannoli. In this episode, we take a moment to pause and get into a post-Christmas pastoral debrief. It's all here, all free, and like the Gospel: for you. — SHOW NOTES: Live Not by Lies: A Manual for Christian Dissidents by Rod Dreher https://amzn.to/2Wpmm4W SUPPORT Gillespie Coffee (gillespie.coffee) Gillespie Media (gillespie.media) Donavon Riley The Warrior Priest Podcast 1517 Podcast Network Support the work of 1517 CONTACT and FOLLOW BannedBooks@1517.org Facebook Twitter Telegram Telegram Chat SUBSCRIBE YouTube Rumble Odysee Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Overcast Google Play TuneIn Radio iHeartRadio
In this episode, the guys discuss the Rise and Fall of Mars Hill podcast while giving their commentary on Pastor Mark Driscoll, Responding to Church Hurt, and Pastoral Accountability. Thank you to everyone who has continued to encourage Mike and Coby to keep the Podcast going. We appreciate your support!
This episode discusses effective parent/carer engagement work for schools, offering advice and ideas. We discuss a parental engagement timeline (when this work should begin and how it can be sustained), handling conflict with parents, how to engage with “hard-to-reach” parents, community out-reach, and protecting staff workload. We discuss best practice for your school website and how parental engagement has changed during the pandemic, including the future of parents' evenings (online and face-to-face). We discuss the importance of positive communication and how this can be done effectively, including proactive communication plans and online parental coaching.
A new MP3 sermon from Pittsford Community Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Pastoral Visit December 31, 2021 Subtitle: Virtual Visits Speaker: Rev. Dr. Dana Goodnough Broadcaster: Pittsford Community Church Event: Current Events Date: 12/31/2021 Bible: Ephesians 2:10 Length: 2 min.
Como será o novo ano? Não sabemos exata e objetivamente, mas, havendo lutas, contrariedades, dissabores, problemas, temos uma infalível, confortadora, encorajadora promessa de Deus: sendo fiéis e fiéis até a morte, Ele nos assegura a coroa da vida.
People Group Details: https://joshuaproject.net/people_groups/11889/MO Listen to "A Third of Us" podcast with Greg Kelley, produced by the Alliance for the Unreached: https://alliancefortheunreached.org/podcast/ Watch "Stories of Courageous Christians" w/ Mark Kordic https://storiesofcourageouschristians.com/stories-of-courageous-christians
None of us approaches evil, pain, or suffering in neutral. We all do that through our pre-existing biases, pre-loaded perspectives. Across the Church what are four of the major positions on suffering? What is important to remember in showing mercy to those who are suffering? I also have a contemporary reflection related to the movie 300. Join me and let's think carefully!
This week we take a break from our series and give you some thoughts and wisdom from the pastoral team at Crossview Covenant. We hope you have a Merry Christmas!Support the show (http://crossviewcov.org/givenow)
Šest mužů, které pro Téma Plus oslovila Eva Hůlková, jsou faráři různých církví a „v civilu“ lidé různého naturelu, různých životních příběhů, různého životního stylu. Na biblický základ vánočního příběhu tak staví každý svou vlastní stavbu, své vlastní vnímání tohoto svátečního času. Jedna žena – spisovatelka Milena Holcová – se definuje jako ateistka. Také ona se přidává se zamyšlením nad smyslem Vánoc.
Join 5x15 to hear bestselling author James Rebanks as he reflects on his prize-winning new book, English Pastoral; the countryside we've inherited, and the legacy we want to leave. James Rebanks is a shepherd based in the Lake District, where his family have lived and worked for over six hundred years. His No.1 bestselling debut, The Shepherd's Life, won the Lake District Book of the Year, was shortlisted for the Wainwright and Ondaatje prizes, and has been translated into sixteen languages. His second book, English Pastoral, was also a Top Ten bestseller and was named the Sunday Times Nature Book of the Year. Heralded as a ‘masterpiece' by the New Statesman, it was shortlisted for the Ondaatje prize and the Orwell Prize for Political Writing, and longlisted for the Rathbones Folio prize. With thanks for your generous support for 5x15 online. 5x15 brings together outstanding individuals to tell of their lives, passions and inspirations. Learn more about 5x15 events: 5x15stories.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/5x15stories Facebook: www.facebook.com/5x15stories Instagram: www.instagram.com/5x15stories
Above all else, guard your heart, for it is the wellspring of life. Put away perversity from your mouth; keep corrupt talk far from your lips. Let your eyes look straight ahead, fix your gaze directly before you. Make level paths for your feet and take only ways that are firm. Do not swerve to the right or the left; keep your foot from evil. Proverbs 4:23-27
This is our customary sign-off episode for the year – a package of highlights from our brilliant array of guests throughout 2021, accompanied by some of the music and sounds of Country you heard along the way. Here's the 'track list': • To our podcast theme song The System, by The Public Opinion Afro Orchestra - Damon Gameau (ep 77), Jeff Pow & Michelle McManus (ep 78) • To the sounds of Country at one of the magnificent restoration sites at Twin Creeks - Keith Bradby (ep 79) • To River Feeling by Kalaji - Nicol Ragland (ep 80), Tim Winton (ep 81), Geoff Bastyan (ep 82), Peter Veth (ep 83) & Anne Poelina (ep 84) • To Faraway Castle, by Rae Howell & Sunwrae - Cathy McGowan (ep 85), Stephen Jenkinson (ep 86), Willem Ferwerda (ep 87), Gaala Watson & Rob Pekin (ep 88), Courtney Young & Ian Congdon (ep 89), Robert Kennedy, Kate Raworth & Marieke van Doorninck (ep 90) • Lynne Kelly (ep 92) • To Stones & Bones, by Owls of the Swamp - Margo Neale (ep 93), Mark Jones (ep 94), Leon Khan & Owen James (ep 95), Paul Hawken (ep 96) • We Can Change the World (The Regeneration Song) by AY Young and Jonathan Russell of The Head & The Heart • To Liyan by Kalaji – Alessandro Pelizzon (ep 97) & Anne Poelina (ep 98) • To Jeremiah Johnson – Katherine Trebeck & Mike Salvaris (ep 99), Chris Henggeler (ep 100), Eva Orner (ep 101) • To the sounds of Nyul Nyul Country - Bruno Dann & partner Marion (ep 102) • To Beethoven's Piano Sonata no.15 in D major op.28 "Pastoral" - I. Allegro, by Karine Gilanyan (sourced from the Free Music Archive) - Charles Massy (ep 103) • Fate, in full, by Stephen Jenkinson (from ep 86) • Closing the year with the close of our theme song, The System, by The Public Opinion Afro Orchestra. Title pic: Regenerating creeks, wetlands and groundcover at Kachana Station in the Kimberley (Anthony James). With thanks to all the wonderful musicians who generously granted permission for their music to be heard here. Get more: To access the full catalogue of episodes, head to our website https://www.regennarration.com or wherever you get your podcasts. The RegenNarration is an independent, ad-free, freely available podcast, thanks to the generous support of listeners. If you too value what you hear, please consider joining them by becoming a podcast patron, donor or partner at https://www.regennarration.com/support. Thanks for listening, have a wonderful festive season and see you again in 2022!
All Saints is an Anglican church in the centre of Worcester. We believe God is actively at work, redeeming, healing and renewing all things and we are committed to partnering with God in this. We seek to be a creative reflection of the love of God which is transforming our lives and our city. If you are in need of pastoral care or know some who is get in touch via: Pastoral.firstname.lastname@example.org If you have a prayer request please get in touch via: email@example.com Donate here to All Saints General Fund: https://allsaintsworcester.churchsuite.co.uk/donate/fund/rh6jnnng Donate here to the All Saints Community Fund (COVID-19): https://allsaintsworcester.churchsuite.co.uk/donate/fund/fzlvmbdy Donate here to Worcester Food Bank: https://allsaintsworcester.churchsuite.co.uk/donate/fund/rxzfzk52
Pastors Unplugged is a program of Westside Christian Fellowship. To listen to more sermons or to hear more about Westside Christian Fellowship, please visit our website: WestsideChristianFellowship.org Also, visit Pastor Shane's personal website to see his special guest appearances on Fox News, as well as personalized articles on Biblical matters: ShaneIdleman.com
Welcome to the final conversation for 2021, featuring globally renowned doyen of regenerative agriculture, Charles Massy. This best-selling author of Call of the Reed Warbler has recently written for Paul Hawken's NYT best-seller Regeneration: Ending the Climate Crisis in One Generation. And perhaps less predictably, he's also been busy writing a new kids' book. It's called The Last Dragon. It's a beautiful work of art, thanks to illustrator Mandy Foot, and the imagery Charlie conjures of an elusive fellow dweller in the land he calls home. And there's an even bigger story behind how this came to be his next volume, and why we might see more like it. I also introduce this episode with some great news on two key stories we've been following on the podcast – the donkeys at Kachana Station, and efforts to protect Ningaloo Reef and Exmouth Gulf. And I close with some last words from me for 2021. This episode marks what would have been the 78th birthday of the bloke who introduced me to systems thinking and living 21 years ago, the late Professor Frank Fisher. This Aussie legend became a treasured mentor of mine, and a great mate. Last year, we marked the occasion with Allan Savory on the podcast. The year before, another globally influential systems thinker in Hazel Henderson. Continuing the tradition, I'm very happy to be introducing Charlie this year. This conversation was recorded across some very remote Country (mostly without a hitch!) on 19 November 2021 at 6DBY Derby Media Aboriginal Corporation in WA, with Charlie at home at Severn Park in NSW. Title slide image: The Last Dragon himself, illustrated by Mandy Foot (from the book). Music: The System, by The Public Opinion Afro Orchestra The tune accompanying the introduction is by Jeremiah Johnson. Beethoven's Piano Sonata no.15 in D major op.28 "Pastoral" - I. Allegro, by Karine Gilanyan (sourced from the Free Music Archive) - https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Karine_Gilanyan/Beethovens_Sonata_No_15_in_D_Major/Beethoven_-_Piano_Sonata_nr15_in_D_major_op28_Pastoral_-_I_Allegro Get more: You can buy the book here - https://bookshop.nla.gov.au/book/last-dragon.do And you can hear my conversation with Charlie at Severn Park in late 2018 at https://www.regennarration.com/episodes/032-an-underground-insurgency There's also a live conversation event featuring Charlie, with David and Frances Pollock from Wooleen Station, that attracted around 300 people in Melbourne earlier in 2018 - https://www.regennarration.com/episodes/016-grassroots-revolution Thanks very much to the generous supporters of this podcast, for making it possible. If you too value what you hear, please consider joining them by becoming a podcast patron. Just head to the website at https://www.regennarration.com/support, and follow the prompts. Thanks for helping to keep the show going! And thanks for listening.
Sean is a qualified life coach and experienced Pastoral leader currently working at Royton & Crompton Academy, in the UK. We speak to Sean about 'Perseverance' and his incredible experiences as a participant in the Channel 4 TV show 'SAS Who Dares Wins'. Sean is also a motivational speaker, and has recently set up his own brand - Sean Anthony Health & Wellness. See more content at www.theinfinitelearners.com
A new MP3 sermon from Central Africa Baptist University is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Pastoral failures hindering Gospel Advance Subtitle: Gospel Advance in Perilous Tim Speaker: Conrad Mbewe Broadcaster: Central Africa Baptist University Event: Conference Date: 11/30/2021 Bible: Malachi 2:1-16 Length: 45 min.
Listen as Dan interviews the 2021 Pastoral Residents (Davey Walker, Dave Leandre, & Matthew Cunningham) on their take-away's from the residency program this fall. Leandre's favorite book - When People Are Big & God is Small (Ed Welch). Walker & Cunningham's favorite is Evangelicalism Divided by Ian Murray.
Taylor shares some Italian stories with the Italian priest and then kicks off the show with news involving him and his new role at home parish that may surprise some of you. He also shares a question that he recently heard with Fr. Anthony for his thoughts: "Is it as important to read Vatican II as Scripture." An interesting discussion ensues. Next, Fr. Anthony has a question. "Do good talks actually matter?" Finally, Taylor shares the best penance he's ever received and how happy it made him to be Catholic. Enjoy! Subscribe/Rate Never miss out on the craziness of each episode by hitting the subscribe button RIGHT NOW! Help other people find the show and #MakeCatholicismFunAgain by taking a few moments to leave a review in your podcasting app. Thanks! YouTube Check out the show and other exclusive videos on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/fortecatholic Connect
Ashley talks to Jon Medlock about his research into what makes a pastor and church healthy. Listen in for antidotes to narcissism, burnout, and 3 things to help you to grow in spiritual and church health. LINKS Download the research findings: https://pcarbi.org/resources/wellbeing-report-2021/ A Spacious Life is out now! Take your Hustle Habit quiz at aspacious.life, get your roadmap to help you live within your limits, and pick up a copy of A Spacious Life: Trading Hustle and Hurry for the Goodness of Limits. If you're looking for A Spacious Season, get this exclusive 6-episode audio devotional and workbook on the women in Matthew's genealogy: A Spacious Season: A Weary Mom Rejoices is just $15 in my shop. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In a previous episode, Jonathan Leeman chatted with Mark Dever, Josh Manley, and John Folmar about the value of pastoral patience.In this follow-up episode, they discuss how a pastor can slowly change things in a church.
Pastoral Considerations: Morality and the Cross of Christ This lecture examines the first half of the final chapter of the encyclical. After reviewing its explanation about the contemporary “crisis of truth” that is manifest in relativism and skepticism, this lecture explores John Paul II's instance that the Church's concern is not only to denounce errors but also to help the faithful to form their consciences. By looking at various texts from St. Paul, we can better understand the demands of practical charity and fraternal correction. catholicthinkers.org https://youtu.be/PV03X2Qj3vw
Pastor Vinnie shares a Hanke Family Christmas Tradition and discusses the biblical connections made in the Christmas Carol God Rest ye Merry Gentlemen. Opening and Closing Song Performed by: Bethany Dillon 17th track from "WOW Christmas - Top 30 Christian Artists And Holiday Songs" (2005)
Ya know me? I hate glib Christian expressions. But still, it is good and wise to give God our pain, to learn from our pain, to practice a holy fear of God in the midst of our pain. So I share some heartfelt pastoral concerns about suffering. I also describe eating daily oatmeal with my grandson and share a story about Squirrel Tom, one of my golf friends. Come laugh and think with me about things the Church is terrified to address.
For the first ten minutes of this episode, Jonathan Leeman and Mark Dever talk to Josh Manley and John Folmar about Christianity in Afghanistan and the UAE. Then they spend the rest of their time discussing the necessity of pastoral patience.
Brian Kluth, National Director of Financial Health for the national Association of Evangelicals joins the podcast for a heartfelt and helpful conversation about generosity in the church and about compensation for pastors.
This episode features a rare mix of profoundly practical advice for today and keen insight into the ancient history of the church. Dr Gerald Bray speaks with Mike Neglia about how to preach the Psalms as a guest speaker and also some encouragements (and cautions) from the life of one of the early church's greatest preachers; John Chrysostom,Visit our social media for a chance to win a copy of Preaching the Word with John ChrysostomJohn of Antioch, later called “chrysostomos” (“golden mouth”), preached over 600 extant sermons. He was one of the most prolific authors in the early Church, surpassed only by Augustine of Hippo. His example and work has inspired countless Christians through the ages.In Preaching the Word with John Chrysostom, through a combination of storytelling and theology, Gerald Bray reflects upon 1,500 year-old pastoral wisdom from one of church history's most prolific Christ-centered preachers. Chrysostom's eloquent preaching and influence on Christian teaching left a legacy that is still recognized today.View previous Lexham Press authors here:https://lexhampress.com/ExpositorsGerald Bray is research professor of divinity at Beeson Divinity School and distinguished professor of historical theology at Knox Theological Seminary. He is the author of numerous books and the editor of the Anglican journal Churchman. You can view his books here: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/17859216.Gerald_Brayand read a biographical interview here: https://www.beesondivinity.com/blog/2021/faculty-feature-Gerald-BrayResources Mentioned: A Balance of Exegesis, Exposition, and Application - Gerald Bray Presented by Beeson Divinity School and the Lily Endowment Initiative to Strengthen the Quality of Preaching https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKx4eW12I94&t=2186sRecommended Episodes:Learning from Church History - Armando Garcia (John Chrysostom features in this one) : https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2020/4/14/episode-101-learning-from-church-history Learning from the Puritans - Dr Ian Clary : https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2020/5/14/episode-107-learning-from-the-puritansPreaching the Psalter as a Book - Lindsay Kennedy : https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2020/12/15/preaching-the-psalter-as-a-book-lindsay-kennedy
Per the Barna Group, 38 percent of US pastors have considered quitting full-time ministry in the past year. And Dr. Jim Denison recently interviewed Dr. Ben Carson, and they discussed why Dr. Carson advocates for life. In The Daily Article for November 18, 2021, Dr. Denison discusses these events and then reflects on how the temptation to make others a means to our ends is endemic to fallen human nature. The Daily Article is written by Dr. Jim Denison and narrated by Chris Nichter. Subscribe to the newsletter at denisonforum.org/subscribe.