Invocation or act that seeks to activate a rapport with a deity
The word “submission” oftentimes has a negative connotation in our culture and is probably not any of our go-to prayers for our kids. But submission is exactly what we're praying this week because submitting to the Lord means placing ourselves under his authority—and that's a big component of accepting Jesus and living for him My good friend Stephanie Martin joins us today to talk about how she prays for her family, and, as always, gives us a few laughs along the way. We also have a good discussion on how to submit our will for our kids to God, and we all know that's not easy most days. Join me in praying this week that our children submit to God through obedience to his word, a lifelong commitment to worship, and a desire to live to the higher standard to which they have been called. Can't wait to pray together!
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In this episode, Fr. Josh answers questions about whether or not there are tears in Heaven, Mary feeling anger, and how to work through scrupulosity. Snippet From the Show In Heaven, we will see things as God sees them. Text “askfrjosh” to 33-777 to subscribe to Fr. Josh's shownotes or go to www.AscensionPress.com/askfatherjosh Submit your questions and feedback to Fr.Josh by filling out a form at www.ascensionpress.com/askfatherjosh
“And now, Lord, look upon their threats and grant to your servants to continue to speak your word with all boldness, while you stretch out your hand to heal, and signs and wonders are performed through the name of your holy servant Jesus.” - Acts 4:29-30 ESV
Join us for this episode where Pastor Devon reflects on Mother's Day and on the impact of praying moms. We look at the example of Mary, the mother of Jesus, and her prayer. Revival Talks is a series of discussions where staff from our church and members of our community sit down and talk about various topics in light of what is going on in our church, our community, and our world.For more information about our church visit us on our website or our Facebook pageWebsite: http://revivalcenterag.comFacebook: http://facebook.com/revivalcenterag
Friends of the Rosary: Today, we pray the Glorious Mysteries from Greenwich, Connecticut — from the house I lived with María Blanca, Blanki, for ten years. Earthly life means continuous change, and now we are moving forward to a new location, a less spacious place, in Stamford, Connecticut. The emotional attachment to places and things makes things tough, but the Holy Rosary gives us the strength to deal with any move or adversity. Praying daily the Rosary of Mary is our secret weapon here on earth. The Holy Virgin provided us with this supernatural tool for a reason! Ave Maria! Jesus, I Trust In You! + Mikel A. | RosaryNetwork.com, New York [ Second Year Anniversary | In the Memory of María Blanca ] • May 11, 2021, Today's Holy Rosary on YouTube — Daily broadcast at 7:30 pm ET
“...for truly in this city there were gathered together against your holy servant Jesus, whom you anointed, both Herod and Pontius Pilate, along with the Gentiles and the peoples of Israel, to do whatever your hand and your plan had predestined to take place.” - Acts 4:27-28 ESV
In season two of the "Finding Home" podcast series, Irish American Archives Society Executive Director Margaret Lynch interviews an array of Clevelanders with specialized knowledge and stories about the history of the Irish in Cleveland. This episode features an interview with Jesuit priest Ryan Duns. Ryan Duns was born into a family of Irish dancers but had "two left feet," so he started taking tin whistle lessons. His tin whistle teacher, Tom Hastings, also played the accordion for Irish dancing competitions. Duns saw where he could fit in--not as a dancer himself but in service to dance. He began playing for dancing competitions in his college years, but at the same time began discerning a vocation as a Jesuit priest. He thought he might have to give up the Irish dancing world but has fortunately found a way to balance all his callings. Duns is now an ordained Jesuit priest who teaches theology at Marquette University and authors scholarly publications--while continuing to play at dancing competitions and serving as a chaplain for the Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians.
We welcome broadcaster Diana Fronterhouse to help us discuss how the Supreme Court is poised to side with a praying coach. Tony and Diana are taking a more in-depth look at the following article: How an unknown high school football coach landed in the center of a Supreme Court religious liberty case by Michael A. FletcherTo watch the video podcast, click this link: Beatitudes Livestream Events | Ruminate on That!--------------------Next chance to join in LIVE: Sunday, May 22 @8:45a (MST)*music by Jon Lang
We're honored to have Shekea Moreno on the show today, shining some light on the holy work of praying for our kids. We chat about why prayer is so important in the first place, some ideas for what to pray about (besides the one we all know a little too well: our kids' obedience
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“...who through the mouth of our father David, your servant, said by the Holy Spirit, “‘Why did the Gentiles rage, and the peoples plot in vain? The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers were gathered together, against the Lord and against his Anointed'—” - Acts 4:25-26 ESV
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Today's episode is inspired by YOU! One of our listener's question submissions was SOOO good, I decided to make a whole episode of it! Ms. Sophia, who is 14-years old, asked a really insightful question: How do I not just ditch diet culture, but really heal? And how do I deal with people who are spreading diet culture messages? Today we are unpacking the whole process from ditching diet culture to food freedom, to overall health and re-integrating nutrition goals. Praying this episode empowers your journey. And as for you Sophia, keep up the amazing work. Your awesome isn't going to be clouded by diet culture, and because of that... I KNOW you are going to do BIG things! You inspire me with your wisdom and ambition! For more information on Food Foundations and private coaching, be sure to check out my website for more details! Cheers friends, and happy eating! Jess
My mom (aka Dorothy) is joining us on the show today to talk about humility, and I promise you don't want to miss the chance to hear Dorothy share some wisdom. It's easy to skip over humility when praying for our kids because we live in a world that thrives on self-promotion and performance. But the Bible is full of warnings about pride and reminders that we are called to live each day with humility. It's a foundation of our faith because it's difficult to know your dire need for the Lord if you don't have the humility to acknowledge it. We will also talk about the importance of teaching our children to put others first, seeking to build them up and not just working for their own self-interests. That's a big one when it comes to social media and raising kids who use it with humility and grace. Join me and my mom today as we pray for humility for our kids!
Do you know all of the reasons for prayer?
The Non-Prophets, Episode 21.19 airing Sunday, May 8, 2022 @3:00pm CT featuring Jason Sherwood, Teo el Ateo and Laura Magee.This week's episode covers:Welcome back to another episode of The Non-Prophets! This week Jason Sherwood is back in the driver's seat joined by our veterans Laura Magee and our favorite Cartoon (2 weeks in a row) Teo El Ateo!Segment 1 - Teachers“Grooming”Kids? Beware of God's Sword!For the first segment we talking about a hate preacher who is calling for the beheading of teachers he things are "grooming" children away from his idea of a god. Wow that's a bit extremist!http://tiny.cc/hatepreacherviolenceSegment 2 - SCOTUS Tackles Football Praying CoachThen we head to the seat of US government for a look at a supreme court case... no not Roe v. Wade. That is going to be a whole other deep dive next week. Nope, this is a high school coach who was fired for praying with his players after games at the 50 yard line. Now, I'm no sports ball fan, but that seems a bit public.http://tiny.cc/thelongestprayerSegment 3 - Are Covid Curls still Lurking in our midst?Then we crunch the numbers and wonder if we are in the middle of an invisible Covid wave? Honestly, I don't have much witty comments on this other than wash your hands and take personal responsibility!http://tiny.cc/invisiblecovidwaveSegment 4 - A Florida Man you can be proud of!Finally this week, we take on a Florida man story? Oh boy! No wait, it is a Florida man who is trying to use Florida's book banning law against them! Banning the bible because of it's offensive content. Sex, drugs, murders, and I hear it actually talks about an invisible sky daddy that is ok with it as long as you do it in his name. So weird!http://tiny.cc/floridamanbanbibleWell that just about does it for this week when Praying for Bible Bans that make Preachers Prance. See you next week!
Second in the series: The Prayer of Jesus
Second in the series: The Prayer of Jesus
Second in the series: The Prayer of Jesus
In this episode, Fr. Josh answers questions about donating your body to science, Old Testament Saints, and the story of Veronica. Fr. Josh also shares some of the fruits of his recent trip to Italy. Snippet From the Show We are called to imitate the virtues of the saints so that we can persevere in our walk toward Heaven. Text “askfrjosh” to 33-777 to subscribe to Fr. Josh's shownotes or go to www.AscensionPress.com/askfatherjosh Submit your questions and feedback to Fr.Josh by filling out a form at www.ascensionpress.com/askfatherjosh