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Branch of Protestant Christianity in which the church is governed by presbyters (elders)

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    Hour of Power with Bobby Schuller at Shepherd's Grove Presbyterian Church

    Pastor Bobby gives the message "Temple Sermon" at Shepherd's Grove Presbyterian Church on Sunday July 3, 2022. God's temple is a symbol of His love and grace for us. The good news is that we don't need a temple anymore to be with God because Christ has made a way and the Holy Spirit dwells in us. May Jesus be on the throne of our lives as we spend time with Him.

    Trustees and Presidents- Opportunities and Challenges In Intercollegiate Athletics
    A New President Leads The Smallest DI Campus In The Nation

    Trustees and Presidents- Opportunities and Challenges In Intercollegiate Athletics

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 29:13


    “Higher education institutions across the country are contending with significant headwinds. However, with a shared sense of purpose, a creative spirit, and sustained focus, PC can emerge stronger than ever and build a tremendous foundation for the next 140 years.” That was a part of the inauguration speech that Matthew vandenBerg gave at Presbyterian College in Clinton, South Carolina in Fall 2021. His vision for Presbyterian is slowly taking shape, but it has come with both highs and lows. Taking office in February 2021 (in the middle of the pandemic), I wanted to ask Matt to take us behind the scenes of a first time president with a terrific track record in both fundraising and friend raising at his previous stops. Like so many presidents, he was confronted by challenges from the moment he walked on campus, and, like so many times, athletics is a part of that. In our conversation, he walks us through a very delicate situation that emerged on campus in Spring 2022, when the Howard University women's lacrosse team arrived on campus and was verbally mistreated by a few members of the student population. It gravitated into a national story, and it was clearly a moment that many presidents face in putting espoused values into action. We talk about Presbyterian as a very small Division I campus, with non-scholarship football, trying to manage success and expectations for athletes, coaches and administrators in the fast changing world of NCAA Division I sports. It's a great conversation for anyone who has ever thought about becoming a small college president. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/karen-weaver/message

    Sermons – Palma Ceia Presbyterian Church

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    Sermons – Palma Ceia Presbyterian Church

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    Clearnote Church
    Pray for Us (2 Thessalonians 3:1-5)

    Clearnote Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 53:22


    2 Thessalonians 3:1-5. From the "Seven Timely Imperatives" sermon series. Preached by Jody Killingsworth.

    Faith Presbyterian Church - Birmingham
    Genesis 29:31-30:25; Grace through Disfunction

    Faith Presbyterian Church - Birmingham

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 43:03


    Cameron Patterson July 3,  2022 Faith Presbyterian Church Birmingham, AL

    In Good Faith
    Ep. 115 Raj Mankad on Community, Alienation, and Spirituality

    In Good Faith

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 27:54


    This week producer Heather Bigley speaks with Raj Mankad, the Op-ed Editor of the Houston Chronicle. A shorter version of this interview ran in Episode 111 about building new communities of faith. Raj's story continues in a discussion of finding community in one of the most diverse cities in America as he raises his children. In Good Faith is the place to hear stories and accounts from believers, told in their own words. Our hope is to listen with an open heart, celebrating the power of faith and belief, and what those stories mean to the ones who tell them.Host Steven Kapp Perry talks with believers from all walks of faith—Catholic and Episcopalian, Buddhist and Baptist, Jewish and Hindu, Presbyterian and Seventh Day Adventist, Muslim and Latter-day Saint—in other words, human beings and believers, sharing their personal experience with the sacred and the divine. Sundays on BYUradio—and be sure to subscribe to the podcast!

    Dennis Prager podcasts
    EPA Slap Down

    Dennis Prager podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 70:53


    The Supreme Court has ruled that the EPA no longer dictate environmental policy, something they have been doing for decades… Dennis headlined a Daily Wire event last night with Jordan Peterson, Candace Owens and Ben Shapiro… Dennis talks to Jack Hibbs, pastor at the Calvary Church of Chino Hills, CA. His new book is Countdown: All Eyes on God's Ultimate Endgame. Elon Musk hasn't taken over Twitter… yet. The social media platform goes after Jordan Peterson… Why is any part of the medical community supporting gender therapy for children and teens — hormones and even surgery. This is madness… Dennis talks to Jonathan Isaac, a professional NBA basketball player for the Orlando Magic. His new book is Why I Stand.  PCUSA has disgraced itself again. Somehow to these morally-challenged Presbyterians, Israel is the world's biggest villain… Dennis talks to Karol Markowicz, columnist for the NY Post. She presents this week's Prager U video: The Sexualization of Children Thanks for listening to the Daily Dennis Prager Podcast. To hear the entire three hours of my radio show as a podcast, commercial-free every single day, become a member of Pragertopia. You'll also get access to 15 years' worth of archives, as well as daily show prep. Subscribe today at Pragertopia dot com. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Seay the Future Podcast
    Louise and Neil MacMillan

    Seay the Future Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 51:09


    Neil is married to Louise and they have four children. Together they have planted three churches in Scotland, the latest of which is Cornerstone, Edinburgh. Neil is also Director of Church Planting for the Free Church of Scotland which is an evangelical Presbyterian denomination. Neil and Louise both love live music, good food, movies, books, and being by the ocean. Their life ambition is to see hundreds of new, healthy, gospel centered churches planted in the deeply secular nation of Scotland.

    First Presbyterian Church of Fort Lauderdale
    06/26/2022 Service - Yes But...

    First Presbyterian Church of Fort Lauderdale

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 19:55


    Sermon: Patrick H. Wrisley Theme Music: The Church at Colee Hammock by Mario Rodriguez     

    Kanawha Salines PCA
    06/26/2022 PM: Isa.46:9-10; Eph.1:11-12 "The Decrees of God"

    Kanawha Salines PCA

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 41:19


    Kanawha Salines PCA
    06/26/2022: Luke 22:39-46 "Christ's Agony"

    Kanawha Salines PCA

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 36:35


    New Books Network
    D. G. Hart, "Benjamin Franklin: Cultural Protestant" (Oxford UP, 2021)

    New Books Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 46:42


    Benjamin Franklin grew up in a devout Protestant family with limited prospects for wealth and fame. By hard work, limitless curiosity, native intelligence, and luck (what he called "providence"), Franklin became one of Philadelphia's most prominent leaders, a world recognized scientist, and the United States' leading diplomat during the War for Independence. Along the way, Franklin embodied the Protestant ethics and cultural habits he learned and observed as a youth in Puritan Boston.  Benjamin Franklin: Cultural Protestant (Oxford UP, 2021) follows Franklin's remarkable career through the lens of the trends and innovations that the Protestant Reformation started (both directly and indirectly) almost two centuries earlier. His work as a printer, civic reformer, institution builder, scientist, inventor, writer, self-help dispenser, politician, and statesmen was deeply rooted in the culture and outlook that Protestantism nurtured. Through its alternatives to medieval church and society, Protestants built societies and instilled habits of character and mind that allowed figures such as Franklin to build the life that he did. Through it all, Franklin could not assent to all of Protestantism's doctrines or observe its worship, but for most of his life he acknowledged his debt to his creator, reveled in the natural world guided by providence, and conducted himself in a way (imperfectly) to merit divine approval. In this biography, D. G. Hart recognizes Franklin as a cultural or non-observant Protestant, someone who thought of himself as a Presbyterian, ordered his life as other Protestants did, sometimes went to worship services, read his Bible, and prayed, but could not go all the way and join a church. Zach McCulley (@zamccull) is a historian of religion and literary cultures in early modern England and PhD candidate in History at Queen's University Belfast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

    New Books in Biography
    D. G. Hart, "Benjamin Franklin: Cultural Protestant" (Oxford UP, 2021)

    New Books in Biography

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 46:42


    Benjamin Franklin grew up in a devout Protestant family with limited prospects for wealth and fame. By hard work, limitless curiosity, native intelligence, and luck (what he called "providence"), Franklin became one of Philadelphia's most prominent leaders, a world recognized scientist, and the United States' leading diplomat during the War for Independence. Along the way, Franklin embodied the Protestant ethics and cultural habits he learned and observed as a youth in Puritan Boston.  Benjamin Franklin: Cultural Protestant (Oxford UP, 2021) follows Franklin's remarkable career through the lens of the trends and innovations that the Protestant Reformation started (both directly and indirectly) almost two centuries earlier. His work as a printer, civic reformer, institution builder, scientist, inventor, writer, self-help dispenser, politician, and statesmen was deeply rooted in the culture and outlook that Protestantism nurtured. Through its alternatives to medieval church and society, Protestants built societies and instilled habits of character and mind that allowed figures such as Franklin to build the life that he did. Through it all, Franklin could not assent to all of Protestantism's doctrines or observe its worship, but for most of his life he acknowledged his debt to his creator, reveled in the natural world guided by providence, and conducted himself in a way (imperfectly) to merit divine approval. In this biography, D. G. Hart recognizes Franklin as a cultural or non-observant Protestant, someone who thought of himself as a Presbyterian, ordered his life as other Protestants did, sometimes went to worship services, read his Bible, and prayed, but could not go all the way and join a church. Zach McCulley (@zamccull) is a historian of religion and literary cultures in early modern England and PhD candidate in History at Queen's University Belfast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/biography

    New Books in Religion
    D. G. Hart, "Benjamin Franklin: Cultural Protestant" (Oxford UP, 2021)

    New Books in Religion

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 46:42


    Benjamin Franklin grew up in a devout Protestant family with limited prospects for wealth and fame. By hard work, limitless curiosity, native intelligence, and luck (what he called "providence"), Franklin became one of Philadelphia's most prominent leaders, a world recognized scientist, and the United States' leading diplomat during the War for Independence. Along the way, Franklin embodied the Protestant ethics and cultural habits he learned and observed as a youth in Puritan Boston.  Benjamin Franklin: Cultural Protestant (Oxford UP, 2021) follows Franklin's remarkable career through the lens of the trends and innovations that the Protestant Reformation started (both directly and indirectly) almost two centuries earlier. His work as a printer, civic reformer, institution builder, scientist, inventor, writer, self-help dispenser, politician, and statesmen was deeply rooted in the culture and outlook that Protestantism nurtured. Through its alternatives to medieval church and society, Protestants built societies and instilled habits of character and mind that allowed figures such as Franklin to build the life that he did. Through it all, Franklin could not assent to all of Protestantism's doctrines or observe its worship, but for most of his life he acknowledged his debt to his creator, reveled in the natural world guided by providence, and conducted himself in a way (imperfectly) to merit divine approval. In this biography, D. G. Hart recognizes Franklin as a cultural or non-observant Protestant, someone who thought of himself as a Presbyterian, ordered his life as other Protestants did, sometimes went to worship services, read his Bible, and prayed, but could not go all the way and join a church. Zach McCulley (@zamccull) is a historian of religion and literary cultures in early modern England and PhD candidate in History at Queen's University Belfast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/religion

    New Books in Christian Studies
    D. G. Hart, "Benjamin Franklin: Cultural Protestant" (Oxford UP, 2021)

    New Books in Christian Studies

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 46:42


    Benjamin Franklin grew up in a devout Protestant family with limited prospects for wealth and fame. By hard work, limitless curiosity, native intelligence, and luck (what he called "providence"), Franklin became one of Philadelphia's most prominent leaders, a world recognized scientist, and the United States' leading diplomat during the War for Independence. Along the way, Franklin embodied the Protestant ethics and cultural habits he learned and observed as a youth in Puritan Boston.  Benjamin Franklin: Cultural Protestant (Oxford UP, 2021) follows Franklin's remarkable career through the lens of the trends and innovations that the Protestant Reformation started (both directly and indirectly) almost two centuries earlier. His work as a printer, civic reformer, institution builder, scientist, inventor, writer, self-help dispenser, politician, and statesmen was deeply rooted in the culture and outlook that Protestantism nurtured. Through its alternatives to medieval church and society, Protestants built societies and instilled habits of character and mind that allowed figures such as Franklin to build the life that he did. Through it all, Franklin could not assent to all of Protestantism's doctrines or observe its worship, but for most of his life he acknowledged his debt to his creator, reveled in the natural world guided by providence, and conducted himself in a way (imperfectly) to merit divine approval. In this biography, D. G. Hart recognizes Franklin as a cultural or non-observant Protestant, someone who thought of himself as a Presbyterian, ordered his life as other Protestants did, sometimes went to worship services, read his Bible, and prayed, but could not go all the way and join a church. Zach McCulley (@zamccull) is a historian of religion and literary cultures in early modern England and PhD candidate in History at Queen's University Belfast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/christian-studies

    New Books in American Studies
    D. G. Hart, "Benjamin Franklin: Cultural Protestant" (Oxford UP, 2021)

    New Books in American Studies

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 46:42


    Benjamin Franklin grew up in a devout Protestant family with limited prospects for wealth and fame. By hard work, limitless curiosity, native intelligence, and luck (what he called "providence"), Franklin became one of Philadelphia's most prominent leaders, a world recognized scientist, and the United States' leading diplomat during the War for Independence. Along the way, Franklin embodied the Protestant ethics and cultural habits he learned and observed as a youth in Puritan Boston.  Benjamin Franklin: Cultural Protestant (Oxford UP, 2021) follows Franklin's remarkable career through the lens of the trends and innovations that the Protestant Reformation started (both directly and indirectly) almost two centuries earlier. His work as a printer, civic reformer, institution builder, scientist, inventor, writer, self-help dispenser, politician, and statesmen was deeply rooted in the culture and outlook that Protestantism nurtured. Through its alternatives to medieval church and society, Protestants built societies and instilled habits of character and mind that allowed figures such as Franklin to build the life that he did. Through it all, Franklin could not assent to all of Protestantism's doctrines or observe its worship, but for most of his life he acknowledged his debt to his creator, reveled in the natural world guided by providence, and conducted himself in a way (imperfectly) to merit divine approval. In this biography, D. G. Hart recognizes Franklin as a cultural or non-observant Protestant, someone who thought of himself as a Presbyterian, ordered his life as other Protestants did, sometimes went to worship services, read his Bible, and prayed, but could not go all the way and join a church. Zach McCulley (@zamccull) is a historian of religion and literary cultures in early modern England and PhD candidate in History at Queen's University Belfast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

    New Books in Intellectual History
    D. G. Hart, "Benjamin Franklin: Cultural Protestant" (Oxford UP, 2021)

    New Books in Intellectual History

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 46:42


    Benjamin Franklin grew up in a devout Protestant family with limited prospects for wealth and fame. By hard work, limitless curiosity, native intelligence, and luck (what he called "providence"), Franklin became one of Philadelphia's most prominent leaders, a world recognized scientist, and the United States' leading diplomat during the War for Independence. Along the way, Franklin embodied the Protestant ethics and cultural habits he learned and observed as a youth in Puritan Boston.  Benjamin Franklin: Cultural Protestant (Oxford UP, 2021) follows Franklin's remarkable career through the lens of the trends and innovations that the Protestant Reformation started (both directly and indirectly) almost two centuries earlier. His work as a printer, civic reformer, institution builder, scientist, inventor, writer, self-help dispenser, politician, and statesmen was deeply rooted in the culture and outlook that Protestantism nurtured. Through its alternatives to medieval church and society, Protestants built societies and instilled habits of character and mind that allowed figures such as Franklin to build the life that he did. Through it all, Franklin could not assent to all of Protestantism's doctrines or observe its worship, but for most of his life he acknowledged his debt to his creator, reveled in the natural world guided by providence, and conducted himself in a way (imperfectly) to merit divine approval. In this biography, D. G. Hart recognizes Franklin as a cultural or non-observant Protestant, someone who thought of himself as a Presbyterian, ordered his life as other Protestants did, sometimes went to worship services, read his Bible, and prayed, but could not go all the way and join a church. Zach McCulley (@zamccull) is a historian of religion and literary cultures in early modern England and PhD candidate in History at Queen's University Belfast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history

    New Books in History
    D. G. Hart, "Benjamin Franklin: Cultural Protestant" (Oxford UP, 2021)

    New Books in History

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 46:42


    Benjamin Franklin grew up in a devout Protestant family with limited prospects for wealth and fame. By hard work, limitless curiosity, native intelligence, and luck (what he called "providence"), Franklin became one of Philadelphia's most prominent leaders, a world recognized scientist, and the United States' leading diplomat during the War for Independence. Along the way, Franklin embodied the Protestant ethics and cultural habits he learned and observed as a youth in Puritan Boston.  Benjamin Franklin: Cultural Protestant (Oxford UP, 2021) follows Franklin's remarkable career through the lens of the trends and innovations that the Protestant Reformation started (both directly and indirectly) almost two centuries earlier. His work as a printer, civic reformer, institution builder, scientist, inventor, writer, self-help dispenser, politician, and statesmen was deeply rooted in the culture and outlook that Protestantism nurtured. Through its alternatives to medieval church and society, Protestants built societies and instilled habits of character and mind that allowed figures such as Franklin to build the life that he did. Through it all, Franklin could not assent to all of Protestantism's doctrines or observe its worship, but for most of his life he acknowledged his debt to his creator, reveled in the natural world guided by providence, and conducted himself in a way (imperfectly) to merit divine approval. In this biography, D. G. Hart recognizes Franklin as a cultural or non-observant Protestant, someone who thought of himself as a Presbyterian, ordered his life as other Protestants did, sometimes went to worship services, read his Bible, and prayed, but could not go all the way and join a church. Zach McCulley (@zamccull) is a historian of religion and literary cultures in early modern England and PhD candidate in History at Queen's University Belfast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

    Sermons and Teaching
    Ethics of Money Management (6/26/22)

    Sermons and Teaching

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 48:34


    Ethics of Money Management (6/26/22) by Spring Meadows Presbyterian Church

    Hour of Power with Bobby Schuller at Shepherd's Grove Presbyterian Church

    Pastor Bobby gives the message "Peter Stands Upon the Rock of the Gods" at Shepherd's Grove Presbyterian Church on Sunday June 26, 2022. The world needs Jesus. How do we find the balance to be a holy person, but also be in the world in order to help others? May we always live a purposeful life, one worthy of what God has in store for us.

    Sermons and Teaching
    1 Samuel 31 - Is This the End? (6/26/22)

    Sermons and Teaching

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 41:39


    1 Samuel 31 - Is This the End? (6/26/22) by Spring Meadows Presbyterian Church

    Christ the Word Church Sermons
    Your Kingdom Come (Matthew 6:10)

    Christ the Word Church Sermons

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 31:02


    Matthew 6:10; Sunday evening sermon preached by Jake Long

    Sermons – Christ the King Presbyterian Church
    Revelation 1:1-8 – What is Revelation About?

    Sermons – Christ the King Presbyterian Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022


    Revelation 1:1-8 The post Revelation 1:1-8 – What is Revelation About? appeared first on Christ the King Presbyterian Church.

    Nassau Presbyterian Church
    Jesus, the Resurrection and the Life

    Nassau Presbyterian Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022


    TAB Podcasts
    6/26/22 Gleanings...So Far (Part 1)

    TAB Podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022


     Rev. L. John Gable: Gleanings...So Far (Part 1) Visit http://www.tabpres.org

    Christ the Word Church Sermons
    The Source of Your Strength (Judges 6:34-7:25)

    Christ the Word Church Sermons

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 52:56


    First Church Brooklyn - Sermon Audio
    2022-06-26 Sermon: How to Be a Good Ancestor - Pride Edition

    First Church Brooklyn - Sermon Audio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022


    Third Sunday after Pentecost, Pride Sunday; Sermon based on Jeremiah 33:14-18, 31:31-34 and Mark 3:8-10. Preached at The First Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn (https://www.firstchurchbrooklyn.org/). Podcast subscription is available at https://cutt.ly/fpcb-sermons or on Apple Podcasts (https://itun.....This item has files of the following types: Archive BitTorrent, Columbia Peaks, Item Tile, Metadata, PNG, Spectrogram, VBR MP3

    Clearnote Church
    Installation Service for Jody Killingsworth as Senior Pastor (Hebrews 4:12)

    Clearnote Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 75:03


    Worship at Montview
    June 26, 2022: This Area Isn't Finished Yet

    Worship at Montview

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 18:57


    Faith Presbyterian Church - Birmingham
    Genesis 29:1-30; The Deceiver Is Deceived

    Faith Presbyterian Church - Birmingham

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 35:34


    Jason Sterling June 26,  2022 Faith Presbyterian Church Birmingham, AL

    Cornerstone Presbyterian Church (PCA) - Sermons
    Confident to Enter God's Holy Presence | Psalm 5

    Cornerstone Presbyterian Church (PCA) - Sermons

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022


     1. The Importance of God's Presence2. How to Enter God's Presence3. Enjoying the Presence of GodMain Idea: Because Jesus provides the way to God, enter into his presence

    Clearnote Church
    This Is the Will of My Father (John 6:35-40)

    Clearnote Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 66:14


    Sermons by Mike Francis
    (73) Marriage According to the Gospel, part 2 | Matt. 19:1-12 | Rev. Mike Francis, Feb. 2, 2014, Immanuel Presbyterian, DeLand, FL

    Sermons by Mike Francis

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 44:15


    (73) Marriage According to the Gospel, part 2 | Matthew 19:1-12 Sermon 73 in the Matthew series Preached on February 2, 2014 by Rev. Mike Francis at Immanuel Presbyterian Church, DeLand, FL  Join us in thanking God for his faithfulness through Mike's brain injury and in praying for his full recovery:  MikeMarathon.com. Find more sermons at MikeMarathon.com/sermons.

    In Good Faith
    Ep 114 Art and Spirituality

    In Good Faith

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 52:50


    We speak to religious artists in the United States and gather different perspectives about how art and spirituality influence each other. We chat with Kimia Ferdosi Kline, a Bahai visual artist whose work focuses on relationships, and J. Kirk Richards, a Latter-Day Saint painter whose work is explicitly for Christian audiences and talks to us about the ways he portrays Christ. We'll also explore how spirituality influences actor and director Agam Darshi, a filmmaker from the Sikh tradition whose first film is now on Netflix. And we'll hear from musicologist Jenny Thomas, who recounts returning to public concerts in the 2022 Easter season and what that experience meant to her. Steve also interviews Vaisesika Das at the 2022 Sadhu Sanga who discusses his kirtan practice. Host Steven Kapp Perry talks with believers from all walks of faith—Catholic and Episcopalian, Buddhist and Baptist, Jewish and Hindu, Presbyterian and Seventh Day Adventist, Muslim and Latter-day Saint—in other words, human beings and believers, sharing their personal experience with the sacred and the divine. Sundays on BYUradio—and be sure to subscribe to the podcast!

    Sermons – East Charlotte Pres

    Sunday Worship June 26th, 2022   “Competing Priorities” Jonah 1:4-6 Mr. Bailey Wagner   2022-06-26 Worship Guide   Sermon Outline: Mercy Pursues Us Mercy Wakes Us Up Mercy Is Our Only Hope Reflection Questions What do we learn about God when he throws the wind onto the sea? What are ways that God has woken […] The post Mercy In The Storm appeared first on East Charlotte Pres.

    God, Law & Liberty Podcast
    S3E46: Escaping Futility—Was Francis Schaeffer Wrong?

    God, Law & Liberty Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 31:13


    The late Francis Schaeffer set the standard for many Christians for how to engage in non-futile conversations with non-Christians. He clearly diagnosed the reason so many live futile lives. But his fellow Presbyterian, theologian and seminary professor Cornelius Van Til, took him to task for letting his diagnosis lead him into a futile apologetic that does not refute the post-modernists' conclusion of meaningless. Today David “moderates” the debate between Schaeffer, Van Til, and the leading post-Modernist thinker, Jacques Derrida. Their “debate” will be helpful regardless of one's Christian faith tradition. Support the show: https://www.factennessee.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    CrossPolitic Studios
    Daily News Brief for Thursday, June 23rd, 2022 [Daily News Brief]

    CrossPolitic Studios

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 13:46


    Dropwave Do you have a podcast, or thinking about starting one? Does your church have a podcast feed for sermons? The Dropwave.io is for you. Cancel culture is like walking on a thin glass bridge over the Grand Canyon. Every step you take could get you killed, I mean canceled. Since the beginning CrossPolitic has been working on being antifragile, so no matter what happens, our content can still be delivered to your tv and to your podcast. This past year, the Waterboy and his friend Jeremi, have been working on building a podcast hosting solution for rowdy platforms like CrossPolitic, so that you can be confident your podcast will never fall through that glass bridge. Dropwave offers seamless onboarding for shows that have been around for years to easy to use solutions for starting your own podcast. Dropwave will track all your show’s downloads by city, state, and country, and it offers network and enterprise packages for solutions like the Fight Laugh Feast Network. Free to speak, Free to podcast, free to start your journey now at www.Dropwave.io. CWWI DNB: Did you know that more than 75% of those raised in evangelical, Presbyterian, and Reformed churches don’t pursue any kind of Christian higher education? Surprising isn’t it. Cornerstone Work & Worldview Institute is seeking to provide a new, exciting, and affordable option for Christians. Their mission is to build Kingdom culture in the workplace by equipping their students in a Trinitarian worldview and vocational competencies. Their low-cost full-time program offers integrative course modules, internships, and mentoring so their students can finish debt-free with vocational preparation, a robust faith, and financial potential to build strong godly families and homes rooted in their communities and churches long-term. Visit their website at www.cornerstonework.org to find out more about enrolling New bipartisan Safer Community Act https://en.as.com/latest_news/what-is-included-in-the-bipartisan-safer-communities-act-n/ Coles gives 10 days off to trans people https://www.skynews.com.au/australia-news/supermarket-giant-coles-announces-10-days-of-paid-gender-affirmation-leave-for-transgender-and-gender-diverse-staff/news-story/a79783cb5be663d4f3ff47ad7a50a31a Delta pilots write open letter to customers as airline industry struggles to keep up with traveler demand https://www.nbcnews.com/business/travel/delta-pilots-write-open-letter-customers-summer-travel-demand-heats-up-rcna33933 Woke Nonsense Has Now Ruined the Act of Donating Blood https://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattvespa/2022/06/20/woke-nonsense-has-now-ruined-the-act-of-donating-blood-n2608977 What Drives Gasoline Prices? https://www.zerohedge.com/commodities/what-drives-gasoline-prices

    Daily News Brief
    Daily News Brief for Thursday, June 23rd, 2022

    Daily News Brief

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 13:46


    Dropwave Do you have a podcast, or thinking about starting one? Does your church have a podcast feed for sermons? The Dropwave.io is for you. Cancel culture is like walking on a thin glass bridge over the Grand Canyon. Every step you take could get you killed, I mean canceled. Since the beginning CrossPolitic has been working on being antifragile, so no matter what happens, our content can still be delivered to your tv and to your podcast. This past year, the Waterboy and his friend Jeremi, have been working on building a podcast hosting solution for rowdy platforms like CrossPolitic, so that you can be confident your podcast will never fall through that glass bridge. Dropwave offers seamless onboarding for shows that have been around for years to easy to use solutions for starting your own podcast. Dropwave will track all your show’s downloads by city, state, and country, and it offers network and enterprise packages for solutions like the Fight Laugh Feast Network. Free to speak, Free to podcast, free to start your journey now at www.Dropwave.io. CWWI DNB: Did you know that more than 75% of those raised in evangelical, Presbyterian, and Reformed churches don’t pursue any kind of Christian higher education? Surprising isn’t it. Cornerstone Work & Worldview Institute is seeking to provide a new, exciting, and affordable option for Christians. Their mission is to build Kingdom culture in the workplace by equipping their students in a Trinitarian worldview and vocational competencies. Their low-cost full-time program offers integrative course modules, internships, and mentoring so their students can finish debt-free with vocational preparation, a robust faith, and financial potential to build strong godly families and homes rooted in their communities and churches long-term. Visit their website at www.cornerstonework.org to find out more about enrolling New bipartisan Safer Community Act https://en.as.com/latest_news/what-is-included-in-the-bipartisan-safer-communities-act-n/ Coles gives 10 days off to trans people https://www.skynews.com.au/australia-news/supermarket-giant-coles-announces-10-days-of-paid-gender-affirmation-leave-for-transgender-and-gender-diverse-staff/news-story/a79783cb5be663d4f3ff47ad7a50a31a Delta pilots write open letter to customers as airline industry struggles to keep up with traveler demand https://www.nbcnews.com/business/travel/delta-pilots-write-open-letter-customers-summer-travel-demand-heats-up-rcna33933 Woke Nonsense Has Now Ruined the Act of Donating Blood https://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattvespa/2022/06/20/woke-nonsense-has-now-ruined-the-act-of-donating-blood-n2608977 What Drives Gasoline Prices? https://www.zerohedge.com/commodities/what-drives-gasoline-prices

    200churches Podcast: Ministry Encouragement for Pastors of Small Churches
    Episode 386 - Merging Churches Leading Change and Leveraging Wisdom at Age 30 with Alex Regets

    200churches Podcast: Ministry Encouragement for Pastors of Small Churches

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 45:36


    Alex Regets is a 30-year-old Presbyterian pastor from Manteno, IL. He pastors Community Presbyterian Church, a great church in the heart of America's heartland.Alex is also the founder of the HomeTown Pastor Podcast, and HomeTownPastor.com, where you can find great resources and a truckload of encouragement as a small church pastor.As a young pastor, Alex is really showing the way for his generation - loving and caring for God's people in a smaller congregation, where the Gospel is shared and lives are transformed.You are going to enjoy this episode!

    CrossPolitic Studios
    Daily News Brief for Tuesday, June 21st, 2022 [Daily News Brief]

    CrossPolitic Studios

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 15:26


    This is Garrison Hardie, stepping in for Pastor Toby on the CrossPolitic Daily News Brief, for Tuesday, June 21st, 2022. Today, I’ll be covering the wokification of the U.S. Military, China, is en route to having 4 aircraft carriers… not a good combination… Federal ‘Stimulus’ Program Cost Taxpayers $850k Per Job Saved, Study Finds… and we check in on my favorite topic… sports! But first… Club Membership Plug: Let’s stop and take a moment to talk about Fight Laugh Feast Club membership. By joining the Fight Laugh Feast Army, not only will you be aiding in our fight to take down secular & legacy media; but you’ll also get access to content placed in our Club Portal, such as past shows, all of our conference talks, and EXCLUSIVE content for club members that you won’t be able to find anywhere else. Lastly, you’ll also get discounts for our conferences… so if you’ve got $10 bucks a month to kick over our way, you can sign up now at flfnetwork.com/product/fightlaughfestclub. https://thepostmillennial.com/us-military-marches-in-front-of-pride-flag-no-american-flag-in-sight?utm_campaign=64487 US military marches in front of Pride flag, no American flag in sight The official Twitter account for US Air Force Recruiting posted a photo on June 17th of several cadets jogging while one in back held the LGBT pride flag with no American flag to be seen. "Pride in all who serve," the post read, accompanied by a rainbow flag emoji. This representation of America's elite flying warriors serving under a flag other than the flag of the United States raises some doubts about the priorities held by current military leadership. The photo and the substitution of the pride flag for the American flag prompted jeers from Twitter, including comment from Navy vet and Human Events Daily's Jack Posobiec who joked, "The Air Force has switched allegiance. And here I thought the Navy would be the first to go." The Air Force's embrace of progressive politics has translated into a number of public initiatives that have left people raising similar concerns as the ones surrounding the absentee American flag. In March 2022, the Air Force celebrated 'transgender day of visibility' and as The Post Millennial reported, "cited President Biden's initiatives as a reason that they believe gender identity is part of their purview." The trend continued into April when the Air Force promised to create a 'safe space' for cadets to 'share perspectives.' In May, a US Air Force base in Germany cancelled a scheduled Drag Queen Story Hour after an expose from The Post Millennial. The questioning of the prioritization of progressive initiatives by the U.S. military comes on a series of notable blunders from top military officials such as critical race theory fan, General Mark Milley. Milley failed to predict the fall of Afghanistan and undermined former President Trump, telling China he would warn them if the US planned to attack. The United States Air Force also recently lowered their fitness standards again in a move that's happening across all branches of American military. For instance, the Navy! https://freebeacon.com/national-security/pride-month-heres-how-the-navy-is-training-sailors-on-proper-gender-pronouns/ The Navy is training its members to create a "safe space" by using proper gender pronouns in a new instructional video modeled after a children's show. https://youtu.be/kIQ9R25hXPo -Play 0:00-2:11 OH MY GOSH. Lord have mercy! The official training video is meant to emphasize "the importance of using correct pronouns as well as polite etiquette when you may not be sure of someone's pronouns," according to the Navy, which late last month published the video online. The Defense Visual Information Distribution Service touts the video as an "official U.S. Navy video" posted by Air Force staff sergeant John Vannucci. The video is the latest bid by the military to foster a more sensitive environment for its members and staff. The Army mandates similar gender identity training and trains officers on when to offer subordinates gender-transition surgery, the Washington Free Beacon reported in March. These programs are part of a larger push by the Biden administration to make the military more welcoming to transgender individuals. The nearly four-minute Navy video emphasizes how members can create "a safe space" for their colleagues by using "inclusive language" that signals they are "allies" who "accept everybody." Service members must take these steps to ensure they do not "misgender someone." The Navy also warns staff against pressuring an individual to disclose his or her gender pronouns, saying that colleagues may still be in "the process of discovery" and not yet ready to provide this information. Let’s shift focus overseas, as China is apparently on it’s way to having 4 aircraft carriers. Based on that last article I went through, isn’t that comforting? https://www.19fortyfive.com/2022/06/china-could-soon-have-4-aircraft-carriers/ China Could Soon Have 4 Aircraft Carriers China says its military build-up in the last several years is part of its “peaceful rise.” One aspect of this strategy is shipbuilding, particularly the construction of modern aircraft carriers like the Type 003 Fujian that just launched in Shanghai on June 17. The Type 003 is similar in scope to the American Ford and Nimitz-class. But the new carrier is conventionally powered not nuclear. So, what is next for China’s defense industry? Perhaps it’s the Type 004, which could be China’s first nuclear-powered flat top. This means that Beijing wishes to operate its navy worldwide in a true blue-water fashion someday. While the Type 003 will need a few years of sea trials, and it is not clear when the testing will commence, this is still an impressive development for the People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN). It potentially allows up to three carrier battle groups that can be deployed in the East and the South China Sea to put fear into Taiwan, Japan, and South Korea. The Type 004 is up next. There have been clues that PLAN aircraft such as the fifth generation FC-31 Gyrfalcon and J-15 Flying Shark carrier-based fighters were seen on satellite imagery training for flight deck operations. This could mean the stealth FC-31 could fly from a carrier someday and be a mainstay on a fourth PLAN carrier. China naval analysts, according to the South China Morning Post, revealed that construction on the Type 004 would combine breakthrough technologies – perhaps nuclear propulsion. SCMP’s Minnie Chan wrote that “Shipbuilders and ship propulsion engineers are keen on making a significant breakthrough with the construction of the fourth carrier,” a source close to the Chinese navy said. “It will be a technological leap for the shipbuilding industry … but construction may take longer than for its sister ship due to the different propulsion systems.” Chan unveiled another source who said the “China State Shipbuilding Corporation is to use nuclear power for the fourth carrier.” China Has Nuclear-Powered Submarines The PLAN has 12 nuclear-powered submarines – six attack boats and six boomers. So nuclear propulsion for a carrier is within the realm of possibility. So, all the while China is bolstering a strong and masculine military, and getting shiny new toys, we’re teaching our soldiers, airmen, and sailors about the proper pronouns… moving on… CWWI DNB: Did you know that more than 75% of those raised in evangelical, Presbyterian, and Reformed churches don’t pursue any kind of Christian higher education? Surprising isn’t it. Cornerstone Work & Worldview Institute is seeking to provide a new, exciting, and affordable option for Christians. Their mission is to build Kingdom culture in the workplace by equipping their students in a Trinitarian worldview and vocational competencies. Their low-cost full-time program offers integrative course modules, internships, and mentoring so their students can finish debt-free with vocational preparation, a robust faith, and financial potential to build strong godly families and homes rooted in their communities and churches long-term. Visit their website at www.cornerstonework.org to find out more about enrolling. https://www.based-politics.com/2022/06/20/this-federal-stimulus-program-cost-taxpayers-850k-per-job-saved/ YIKES: This Federal ‘Stimulus’ Program Cost Taxpayers $850k Per Job Saved, Study Finds President Biden’s multi-trillion-dollar “stimulus” legislation, the American Rescue Plan, may go down as one of the biggest failures in history. It has failed to produce the promised jobs, wasted countless billions, and worsened inflation. Now, a new study reveals yet another way the behemoth stimulus effort failed. Remember, the legislation allocated an astonishing $350 billion—roughly $2400 per federal taxpayer—to bailing out state and local governments. In the Democrats’ telling, this money was necessary because local governments were cash-strapped from the pandemic and needed help to avoid laying off front-line emergency responders. This was always a lie, because the expected state revenue shortfall never actually happened. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the unnecessary “stimulus” money sent to state governments has proven laughably ineffective. A new NBER study by Jeffrey Clemens, Philip G. Hoxie & Stan Veuger estimates that the program spent roughly $855,000 for every one year of employment it preserved. That’s right: The feds spent nearly a million bucks for every job they “protected” for a year. (That’s probably about 10 to 8 times as much as these jobs actually pay… ) Does that sound like an efficient use of taxpayer money to you? The experts also find that the “stimulus” initiative had a near-zero impact on national income and economic growth and “modest if any spillover effects onto the broader economy.” Allow me to translate. The federal government wasted hundreds of billions of dollars to protect laughably few government jobs at a wildly inefficient rate with basically zero stimulative effect on the economy. And this one program isn’t some exception. Many of the other provisions of the massive stimulus legislation were similarly inefficient and wasteful. But please, tell me more about how Big Government can fix the economy if we just keep giving them more money and power. Finally, let’s shift to the topic that I love… sports! https://nypost.com/2022/06/19/matt-fitzpatrick-wins-us-open-2022-for-first-major-title/ Matt Fitzpatrick captures 2022 US Open for first major championship Neither Matthew Fitzpatrick nor Will Zalatoris had won a PGA Tour event, let alone a major championship. Fitzpatrick, though, fancied himself as the player who had the edge this week — not just over Zalatoris, with whom he was paired in the final group of the 122nd U.S. Open at The Country Club and dueled right to the scintillating 72nd and final hole of the tournament, but over everyone. As a teenager in 2013, Fitzpatrick won the U.S. Amateur on these very historic grounds, and he hadn’t been shy about telling anyone this week that he felt that might be the difference for him. In the end, maybe it was. Maybe it was the slightest of edges he had over Zalatoris, whom he narrowly defeated to capture the U.S. Open, his first professional win on American soil. Fitzpatrick shot a final-round 68 to finish 6-under for the tournament, one shot clear of Zalatoris… who shot, 69 on the day. This has been your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief… if you liked the show, hit that share button, or sign up as a club member, as we’re now creating exclusive content for club members! If you want to come to our conference, early bird pricing is going fast, so go sign up at flfnetwork.com/knoxville2022… and as always, if you’d like to sponsor CrossPolitic, email me, at garrison@fightlaughfeast.com. For CrossPolitic News… I’m Garrison Hardie. Have a great day, and Lord bless.