Deacon Daniel Dionesotes is a transitional deacon who is a seminarian for the Diocese of Peoria, studying at Mount Saint Mary's Seminary in Emmitsburg, Maryland. During his academic year at the seminary, he will be at the Basilica most weekends as part of his pastoral assignment as a seminarian. In this episode, he talks about his path to the priesthood and the ways he is allowed to minister at the Basilica.
A lecture with Q&A by Dr. Brad Littlejohn at the 2022 Florida Regional Convivium entitled "On Naming the World: Education as Dominion-taking." In his talk, Dr, Littlejohn arg ues that education should be seen above all else as training in how to name the world, the first job that Adam was given after his creation. Such naming is not only a source of delight and wonder, but a reflecting back to God of his glory in the world, and is the prerequisite for any growth and wisdom. Dr. Bradford Littlejohn (Ph.D., University of Edinburgh) is the Founder and President of the Davenant Institute. He also works as a Fellow of the Ethics and Public Policy Center and has taught for several institutions, including Moody Bible Institute-Spokane, Bethlehem College and Seminary, and Patrick Henry College. He is recognized as a leading scholar of the English theologian Richard Hooker and Has published and lectured extensively in the fields of Reformation history, Christian ethics, and political theology. He lives in Landrum, SC with his wife, Rachel, and four children.
Eric Johnson, author of Introducing Christianity to Mormons: A Practical and Comparative Guide to What the Bible Teaches, met with Josiah Walker and Bryan Catherman to discuss how he uses a Mormon book to witness to Mormons. The Miracle of Forgiveness is a book written by former LDS President and Prophet, Spencer W. Kimball. In it, Kimball is clear about what Mormons believe. Johnson explains how that differs from the biblical gospel and how he has conversations with people about it. Copyright 2022. For more information, please visit SaltyBeliever.com.
How can we read and interpret the Book of Revelation? Join Fr. Gregory Pine, O.P. of Aquinas 101, Godsplaining, and Pints with Aquinas for an off-campus conversation with scripture scholar Prof. Nina Heereman about her latest Thomistic Institute lecture, "Finding Consolation in the Book of Revelation." On the Book of Revelation w/ Fr. Gregory Pine and Prof. Nina Heereman (Off-Campus Conversations) You can listen to the original lecture here: https://soundcloud.com/thomisticinstitute/finding-consolation-in-the-book-of-revelation-prof-nina-heereman For more information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org About the Speaker: Dr. Heereman was born and raised in a devout Catholic family in Germany. Originally trained as a lawyer, Dr. Heereman experienced a deep conversion experience at the 1997 World Youth Day. This conversion led her to discern a vocation as a lay woman “celibate for the sake of the kingdom of heaven” and also led her to theological studies so as to “consecrate [her] life to the study and teaching of the Word of God”. She received an STB from the Pontifical Gregorian University, an SSL from the Pontifical Biblical Institute, and the very rare SSD from the École biblique et archéologique française de Jérusalem and the Université de Fribourg. Her doctoral thesis “Behold King Solomon on the Day of His Wedding”: A Symbolic-Diachronic Reading of Song 3:6-11 and 4:12-5:1 has been heralded by scholars as a profound contribution to scholarship on the Song of Songs. Dr. Heereman is presently an Assistant Professor of Sacred Scripture at St. Patrick's Seminary and University in Menlo Park, CA.
Kyle Worley is joined by Dr. Jason Allen to answer the question, how does a big view of God shape the way we preach and teach God's word?Questions Covered in This Episode:How does a big view of God shape the way we preach and teach God's word?What text would you pick to preach a big view of God?Helpful Definitions:Sovereign: God rules and reigns over all, from Genesis to Revelation, from eternity past to eternity future, from before we are born until after we are gone.Guest Bio: Dr. Jason Allen is the president of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. In addition to his role as president, he also serves as a professor for preaching and pastoral ministry. He is the author of a number of books including; Turnaround: The Remarkable Story of an Institutional Transformation and the 10 Essential Principles and Practices That Made It Happen. He posts essays on his website, jasonkallen.com, and hosts a weekly podcast, “Preaching & Preachers.”Resources Mentioned in This Episode:Romans 8Amazon affiliate links are used where appropriate. As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases, thank you for supporting Knowing Faith.Sponsors:Discover how Midwestern Seminary can equip you to more faithfully serve your church through formal theological education or FREE For the Church resources we provide: mbts.edu/KnowingFaithOur Sister Podcasts:The Family Discipleship Podcast | Confronting ChristianitySupport Training the Church and Become a Patron:patreon.com/trainingthechurch
Dr. Allan Bjerkaas shares with Mike and Ryan about the LB Discipleship Institute, an online form of training for disciples and leaders. This program allows disciples to learn at their own pace and with the support of mentorship or cohorts.
In Episode 59 of Theology In Particular, Dr. James Dolezal demonstrates the usefulness of philosophical theology by wrestling with the metaphysical problem of the one and the many. I would encourage the listener to persevere through this rather long and unusually technical interview. I do believe that the importance and usefulness of this philosophical conversation will become apparent by the end.
KIB 368 – Transformational Trust Kingdom Intelligence Briefing The Word tells us that God's ways are not our ways. We often do not understand what God is doing as He takes us through life's challenges. Our response to our covenant-keeping God must always be trust. In trust, the challenges the enemy brings our way to become transformational. What the enemy meant for evil, God works through it toward our good. With trust and transformation comes strength and a prophetic refreshing to face the future. Dr. Michael Lake is the Chancellor and Founder of Biblical Life College and Seminary. He is the author of the best-selling books, The Shinar Directive: Preparing the Way for the Son of Perdition, The Sheeriyth Imperative: Empowering the Remnant to Overcome the Gates of Hell, and the newly released, The Kingdom Priesthood. Dr. Lake is a popular speaker at national Christian conferences and is a frequent guest on many Christian TV and radio/podcast programs in North America. Mary Lou Lake has worked side-by-side with her husband in ministry for over 35 years and is the author of the book What Witches Don't Want Christians to Know – Expanded Edition.
Neste episódio, mais um da série Heróis da Fé, em que é trazido um sermão de algum grande pregador, seja desta geração ou de anteriores, é apresentado o sermão de John Piper: 10 razões porque é errado o aborto (disponível no site gospeltranslations.org - Livros e Sermões Bíblicos). John Stephen Piper, conhecido como John Piper, (Chattanooga, 11 de janeiro de 1946) é um teólogo e pastor batista fundador e professor do desiringGod.org e chanceler do "Bethlehem College & Seminary" em Minneapolis, Minnesota, além de aclamado escritor calvinista. No seu sermão, Piper argumenta que, se a criança não-nascida é humana, não deve ser abortada. Existem alguns abortistas que acreditam que a criança não-nascida é um ser humano, contudo, estes médicos fazem abortos regularmente de qualquer forma, pois acreditam que tirar uma vida inocente, mesmo sendo algo trágico, é justificável devido às circunstâncias que enfrentam mãe e filho. Alguns destes médicos querem ser cristãos e bíblicos, e não veem que sua prática é errada. Diante disso, Piper escreve este sermão para tais médicos reconsiderarem. No entanto, seu sermão é sobremodo útil diante da atmosfera política atual, visto que traz ensinamentos fundamentados na bíblia sobre esta questão e ainda, para munir você de bases bíblicas quando adentrar em eventuais debates sobre o tema. Então dá o play e confira! Nos siga no Instagram: @peregrina_podcast Deus abençoe vc!
Discerning a vocation to the priesthood is a wonderful and complex process. We thought it might be good to hear what a guy could expect as he begins his time in the Seminary, especially in the new Propaedeutic Year, as called for by Pope Francis. Fr. John Floeder tells us what the heck a “Propaedeutic Year” is and describes the life of a seminarian in 2022. https://semssp.org/sps/priestly-formation/pre-theology-program/
Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost, recorded Thr., September 15, 2022. Based on Mark 10:17-27. Seminary student Mark Burger. Website: crownoflifehubertus.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/crownoflifehubertus/ Written transcriptions: https://johnoldstrey.wordpress.com/
I have an exciting announcement for our podcast! Dr. Jared Bumpers will be coming on as a new co-host and will regularly interview me on all things Preaching and Preachers. Additionally, Jared will also begin to record his own standalone episodes where he will interview various authors and pastors on preaching and pastoral ministry. Dr. Jared Bumpers serves as Assistant Professor of Preaching and Evangelism and will be directing the FTC Cohorts here on campus this next Fall. Today Dr. Bumpers and I discuss the new release of my book, Turnaround.
Vespers II, Sunday Evening Prayer on the 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time, September 18th, 2022. Thanks for praying with us, for inquiries, requests, feedback, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. To support this work, visit www.patreon.com/singthehours. or for direct support venmo @singthehours Deus in Adjutorium – "O God come to my assistance" Hymn: "O Lux Beata Trinitas," Saint Ambrose of Milan, 4th century, Translated by John Mason Neale, 19th century Psalm 110v1-5, 7 (tone 3, Gregorian) Psalm 114 (tone 7, Gregorian, mode shift to minor key. Antiphon mode V, tonus peregrinus, based on "Deus autem noster in caelo" from the Antiphonale Romanum 1961, pg. 48) Canticle: See Revelation 19v1-7 (arrangement from Schola of St. Mary's Seminary, Baltimore) Reading: 1 Peter 1v3-5 Responsory: The whole creation proclaims the greatness of your glory. (StH arrangement) Magnificat, English, Gregorian tone 8 (antiphon arrangement based on "Scriptum est enim quia domus," Magnificat antiphon for week 9 after Pentecost, from the Liber Antiphonarius, 1961 pg. 561) Intercessions The Lord’s Prayer – "Pater Noster" Concluding Prayers Salve Regina The Liturgy of the Hours (Four Volumes), ©1974, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved. Readings and Old and New Testament Canticles (except the Gospel Canticles) are from the New American Bible © 1970 Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, Washington, D.C..
This second episode in our series takes us further into the mystery of human selfhood and its longing to be in relationship to the living Truth. Using the pictures of the beggar and the crowned king, Patrick and Jonah explore ways to free the human ego from the traps of comfort and isolation, so that it can take its rightful place, gifted to humanity by Christ, in the throne of every human heart.Conversation Notes and References- “But Moses said to God, “If I come to the Israelites and say to them, ‘The God of your ancestors has sent me to you,' and they ask me, ‘What is his name?' what shall I say to them?” God said to Moses, “I AM WHO I AM.” He said further, “Thus you shall say to the Israelites, ‘I AM has sent me to you.'”Exodus 3 : 13-14 (New Revised Standard Version)- Click here for the Beatitudes or “Makarioi” from Matthew 5 : 1-12.- An example of abstraction in architectural design drawings: https://www.designcurial.com/news/modern-architecture-homes-4809815/- Karkief, Ukraine is in the East of Ukraine where fighting between Russian and Ukrainian soldiers is more fierce.Many thanks to Elliott Chamberlin who composed the theme music, “Seeking Together.” You can find more of his music here.Thanks also to Camilla Lake for the show notes and Patreon/Podcast communications and production.The Light in Every Thing is a podcast of the Seminary of The Christian Community in North America. Learn more about the Seminary and its offerings at our website.Support the show
Today I interview Dr. John Tolson, former Chaplain of the Dallas Cowboys, Houston Rockets, and Orlando Magic. Dr. Tolson shares his testimony, how he became a chaplain, and the importance of Bible and Theology when ministering to professional athletes.
74, 8-4, SHOW NOTES & COPYRIGHTS, (Scheduled 9/15/2022) Peter Foxwell Interview, Part 1 INTERVIEW, PART 1 Today we are going to share Part 1 of our interview with Peter Foxwell, the pastor of Cornerstone Church in Clyde, MI, just outside of Port Huron. This the church I attend. I have always found the parts of Peter's story that I knew to be interesting. I also find his faith and teachings to be inspirational. PETER FOXWELL INTERVIEW HIGHLIGHTS PART 1 Introduce Peter His Journey: Born and raised in Scotland After high school, attended Aberdeen University, graduated with law degree Encountered Jesus second year of college, changed trajectory of his life Became a lawyer Years he was led to be led to the ministry Attended Divinity School in Grand Rapids, Michigan After graduation he returned home only to return to attend Seminary in Michigan Met his wife, a Michigan native After graduating from Seminary Peter and his wife spent 7 years in Canada in ministry Last 25 years at Cornerstone Church Discussion: What would Peter tell people about Jesus? Christian faith Jesus lived, He was real Son of God Jesus intercedes for us with His Father Talking to people about Jesus Recent College Experience: PHD in Leadership Online 5 years Discussion on the process ad research Stress of pastors during Covid Interviews with pastors Further Discussion: Stress & struggles during Covid Need for churches to have online presence End Part 1 Discussion: INTERVIEW, PART 1 Discussion: I'd like to end with a poem from God's Rhyme I wrote after attending Cornerstone church for awhile. THE CORNERSTONE (God's Rhyme, Pg. 122) The cornerstone, the first block laid, upon which the foundation is made, in which the line is straight and true, the beginning holding the clue. A clue of the temple A view of the house A pew of His church The few The blessed The meek The poor The Spirit The Son The Father All found in . . . the cornerstone. Old and new, we can read testaments of the blocks which rest on the cornerstone; so perfect in line, lest we lament, lest we reject, lest we build on our own. Jesus, the cornerstone on which we build our lives; a temple, we as one become a church building on His perfection we strive through His life, we end our search. Building on the cornerstone we are no longer a stranger, we no longer build alone, not since that birth in the manger. “We are members of His household, Built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets, With Christ Jesus as the chief cornerstone.” Ephesians 2: 19, 20, NIV Before the beginning and beyond the end, Jesus, our Savior, is our cornerstone; building on a life, a death that God did send, the house He builds becomes our own. (Yes, He was the cornerstone the Psalms tell us the builders rejected. But for those who believe, He is the cornerstone for all that is good. In Him we have our faith, our hope, our joy, our eternal salvation.) Reflexion: This is about the church I started attending while in Bible study. In...
In this interview with Dr. James Renihan we discuss meaning of the active and passive obedience of Christ as addressed in Paragraph 1 of Chapter 11 (Of Justification) in the Second London Baptist Confession of Faith.
KIB 367 – The Wide World of Deception Kingdom Intelligence Briefing The mark of the twenty-first century is deception. Paul warned Timothy about the growing deception in 2 Timothy 3. News is propaganda. Education is indoctrination. World events can be used as distractions for the masses. How can the Remnant protect themselves from Babylon's onslaught of deception? Dr. Michael Lake is the Chancellor and Founder of Biblical Life College and Seminary. He is the author of the best-selling books, The Shinar Directive: Preparing the Way for the Son of Perdition, The Sheeriyth Imperative: Empowering the Remnant to Overcome the Gates of Hell, and the newly released, The Kingdom Priesthood. Dr. Lake is a popular speaker at national Christian conferences and is a frequent guest on many Christian TV and radio/podcast programs in North America. Mary Lou Lake has worked side-by-side with her husband in ministry for over 35 years and is the author of the book What Witches Don't Want Christians to Know – Expanded Edition.
Dr. David Ford, Professor of Church History at St. Tikhon's Orthodox Theological Seminary, author and editor of multiple books, has a special love for St. John Chrysostom. He tells the story of how he became an Orthodox Christian, his life as a professor at St. Tikhon's Seminary, his emphasis on writing about marriage and married saints, and his new volume of the works of the golden-mouthed preacher from Antioch.
In Episode 58 of Theology In Particular, Dr. James Dolezal introduces us to philosophical theology. He makes a case for its usefulness, especially to pastors and theologians. This interview will require you to exert some mental energy. The payoff will be worth it.
Today, I want to welcome Dr. Todd Chipman to the podcast. Todd is the Dean of Graduate Studies and Associate Professor of Biblical Studies at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the author of Scripture Storyline and has published articles and book reviews in The Midwestern Journal of Theology and Expository Times. He is a member of the Evangelical Theological Society and the Society of Biblical Literature. Todd has been the teaching pastor at The Master's Community Church (SBC) in Kansas City, Kansas since 2000.
As the first of four sections to this entire season of the Light in Every Thing, this series explores a core moral challenge that has emerged with increasing strength recently: How do we find community even as we find our individuality? How can I come to a truth that doesn't simply negate yours? How can we generate unity with our fellow humans - including our many conflicting perspectives - without negating the other's freedom? How can the 'sword of truth' become something that unites, not divides us?Conversation Notes and References- To learn more about the MysTech 2022 conference, click here. We will share a recording of Patrick's presentation, "A New Genesis" in the next few weeks.- “To live in love towards our actions, and to let live in understanding of the other person's will, is the fundamental maxim of free human beings.” Rudolf Steiner, Chapter 9, The Philosophy of Spiritual Activity.- Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” John 14:6 (New International Version)- For details on the recent polling of 1,500 US adults on the political divisions and perceived threat of violence in the future, click here. - For the flags Patrick observed in Portland, Oregon and to learn more about the progressive organization promoting them, click here. - To learn more about the life and death of Sophie Scholl, click here. - To learn more about the life and death of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, click here. Many thanks to Elliott Chamberlin who composed the theme music, “Seeking Together.” You can find more of his music here.Thanks also to Camilla Lake for the show notes and Patreon/Podcast communications and production.The Light in Every Thing is a podcast of the Seminary of The Christian Community in North America. Learn more about the Seminary and its offerings at our website.Support the show
“Never be afraid to accept your vocation. Because God will supply what we need.” Fr. Craig Giera and Fr. David Pellican are joined by Fr. Matthew Hood. Together they discuss Fr. Matt's journey from asking big questions about the Faith in high school to being ordained a priest. After spending eight years in seminary, Fr. Matt has served the Archdiocese of Detroit in parish and school ministry. He offers advice for men discerning: “If God has given you even the smallest desire for the priesthood, pursue it. That doesn't happen often.” Show Notes: (00:03) Fr. Craig Giera and Fr. David Pellican welcome us to this episode of Men of the Hearts. This month's guest is Fr. Matthew Hood, the chaplain for Detroit Catholic Campus Ministry which serves Wayne State University and the University of Michigan – Dearborn as well as the surrounding campuses. He shares about his summer abroad in Brazil on a mission trip with FOCUS, Fellowship of Catholic University Students. (10:40) The Costco King: the hosts and Fr. Matt play a game related to opinions about Costco. Fr. Craig announces the winner of the competition will be announced at the end of the episode. (16:33) Fr. Matt's vocation story: In high school, Fr. Matt found himself asking many big questions about faith while attending St. Joseph Parish in Lake Orion. He found that the Catholic Church offered the answers to every question he proposed in a more profound manner, allowing him to trust and surrender. He began to desire not just to know God but also to develop a relationship with Him. Spending time in the local Eucharistic Adoration chapel is where he first felt a desire for the priesthood. (20:15) While before the Lord in Eucharistic Adoration, Fr. Matt began praying with Scripture, particularly the passage of Jesus calling the disciples on the Sea of Galilee in which he felt the Lord telling him “To follow Him, throw down my nets, put out into the deep” as a priest. But he pushed the thought to the side. (25:51) From questions to his vocation: Fr. Matt explains in more detail the journey from asking questions to considering the priesthood. In encountering Jesus as the Way, the Truth, and the Life, he felt the Lord kept placing the call to the priesthood on his heart. Fr. Matt enrolled at Central Michigan University his freshmen year and participated in Catholic Campus Ministry which helped to further confirm his vocation to the priesthood. (31:34) The process of entering seminary: joy, friendship, and fraternity played a pivotal role for Fr. Matt. He applied and was accepted to the seminary, where he found the first year challenging. He was tempted to feel “I'm not holy enough, I'm not worthy enough.” He was challenged by doubts and an experience of feeling undeserving of the priesthood. (43:25) Life as a priest: The priests talk about Fr. Matt's experience of working at Divine Child parish and school. He then describes how he lives out his priesthood walking with college students, including hosting events for exploring the Faith and deepening one's conversion. Fr. Matt recommends finding a priest as a spiritual director to help guide a man considering a vocation to the priesthood. “What might be the next step?” They discuss key advice for how to discern if God is calling a man to the priesthood. “God speaks to us in silence. If there is a small desire for priesthood, pay attention to it, have courage, don't be afraid, and seek it.” Fr. Matt closes the episode in prayer.
Join Josiah Walker and Bryan Catherman as they discuss systematic theology. In this episode, they address the question, “What is Systematic Theology?” They also discuss other approaches to theology and many books on the topic of systematic theology. In this series, “Systematic Theology,” they'll be using Wayne Grudem's book, “Christian Beliefs: Twenty Basics Every Christian Should Know” as a road map. This road map, however, won't prevent them from pulling in many other resources or rabbit trails in this discussion. Copyright 2022. For more information, please visit SaltyBeliever.com.
59:1 Deliver me from mine enemies, O my God: defend me from them that rise up against me. 59:2 Deliver me from the workers of iniquity, and save me from bloody men. 59:3 For, lo, they lie in wait for my soul: the mighty are gathered against me; not for my transgression, nor for my sin, O LORD. 59:4 They run and prepare themselves without my fault: awake to help me, and behold. 59:5 Thou therefore, O LORD God of hosts, the God of Israel, awake to visit all the heathen: be not merciful to any wicked transgressors. Selah. 59:6 They return at evening: they make a noise like a dog, and go round about the city. 59:7 Behold, they belch out with their mouth: swords are in their lips: for who, say they, doth hear? 59:8 But thou, O LORD, shalt laugh at them; thou shalt have all the heathen in derision. 59:9 Because of his strength will I wait upon thee: for God is my defence. 59:10 The God of my mercy shall prevent me: God shall let me see my desire upon mine enemies. 59:11 Slay them not, lest my people forget: scatter them by thy power; and bring them down, O Lord our shield. 59:12 For the sin of their mouth and the words of their lips let them even be taken in their pride: and for cursing and lying which they speak. 59:13 Consume them in wrath, consume them, that they may not be: and let them know that God ruleth in Jacob unto the ends of the earth. Selah. 59:14 And at evening let them return; and let them make a noise like a dog, and go round about the city. 59:15 Let them wander up and down for meat, and grudge if they be not satisfied. 59:16 But I will sing of thy power; yea, I will sing aloud of thy mercy in the morning: for thou hast been my defence and refuge in the day of my trouble. 59:17 Unto thee, O my strength, will I sing: for God is my defence, and the God of my mercy.
Today on the podcast Rachel will be chatting with Robin Jennings. He is an author, speaker, and teacher. As Rector of St. Francis in the Fields in Louisville, Kentucky, from 1983 until his retirement in 2014, Robin has years of experience encouraging countless churches and parishioners to cast a vision — to develop their personal life plans — equipping them with the tools necessary to participate in the divine nature of Jesus Christ. He evokes a deep level of participation, for the participation he engages Christians in is not about passively exercising one's faith. Instead, Robin believes that when we participate in Jesus's calling in our lives, we are energetic, involved, ever-changing and actively growing through our everyday, ordinary activities in life. He charges others to see the extraordinary revealed by the grace and knowledge found through our participation in the divine nature of the very real kingdom of God.In this Episode we talk about about:What led him to going to Seminary and why God led him down that pathHow his personal experiences prepared and equipped him to write his books Insights from his book May You Live in Christ: Spiritual Growth Through the Vision of St. PeterThe meaning behind the phrase “May you live in Christ.”What lead him into taking the leap to writing his booksWhat it was like transitioning from retirement to writing and speakingHis writing process Resources and Links:Website | https://robintjennings.com/Socials | https://www.facebook.com/robin.jennings.984786https://www.instagram.com/robintjennings/ Connect with Rachel at:https://rachelgscott.com/http://the5leaps.com/https://www.instagram.com/iamrachelgscott/https://www.facebook.com/iamrachelgscott
If you appreciate John MacArthur's preaching—particularly how he takes such an in-depth, thorough look at each text—you can thank a Puritan. Who were these men of God from centuries ago? And why do they have a particularly powerful influence not just on MacArthur, but on many of the most effective expositors in the world today? Find out in MacArthur and the Puritans, a bonus episode that previews the Puritan Conference, October 5-7 at Grace Community Church, To register, and see the world-class lineup of speakers, go to puritanconference.org.
This episode is brought to our listeners free of charge by the generous sponsorship of The Australian Catholic Mission, who hope that listeners will spare a prayer of two for vocations and the growth of the One True Church in Australia. In this episode of Clerical Conversations, Host Stephen Heiner is joined by His Excellency, Bishop Donald Sanborn, to reflect on the rapid (though expected) growth of the seminary and convent. Stephen reflects on his recent visit to the seminary and some of the realities that those unfamiliar with such a life should prepare for. His Excellency shares some reasons why he thinks the growth is happening, and what may have to be done in the near future to accommodate the harvest. The music used in this show was composed by Nicholas Wilton. To enjoy more of his work go to: https://www.fourmarksmusic.com/nicholas-wilton Show Sponsor: The Australian Catholic Mission Original Air Date: July 29, 2022 Show Run Time: 18 minutes Show Host: Stephen Heiner Show Guest: Bp. Donald Sanborn
Imagine having 3 kids while you and your spouse are both getting masters degrees and are preparing to be full time missionaries! Max and Steffaney Thomas have a phenomenal story of giving everything for the Gospel and preparing themselves for the wild journey ahead! Connect with Maxwell and Stephanie at: www.thethomasfam.com Listen to their phenomenal podcast: "Upon This Rock"
Watch your weekly overview by Jill Loftis of Nuit Astrology and find out what this week will bring for you! Jill is an astrologer, yogini, mom and mystic. She began practicing yoga as a way to make peace with her body after childbirth and that led to studying other occult practices including astrology, meditation, and tarot. She trained as both a yoga teacher and an astrologer through the Temple of Kriya Yoga in Chicago. She was the founder/owner of Uttara Yoga Studio in Roanoke, VA from 2008-2020 and in 2021 she created Nuit Astrology in order to focus on astrology and mysticism. She is currently enrolled in the Seminary at the Temple of Kriya Yoga studying to become a yogic priest. Jill offers astrology readings, spiritual counseling, tarot readings, yoga classes, meditation, guided breathwork sessions and more. Join her on her YouTube channel, blog and monthly New Moon newsletter. Memberships are available on her website and include a monthly Nuit Astrology Membership with personalized readings each month. For more information visit https://www.nuitastrology.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbZnBlL2H-cDkeSCs4zO7PQ IG: https://www.instagram.com/nuit_astrology/ Free Intro to Tarot Course: https://www.nuitastrology.com/tarot Thank You for listening! *N.
KIB 366 – The President's Red Speech and Coming Judgment Kingdom Intelligence Briefing This past week, the POTUS addressed the nation in a frightening display of Communist tapestry. The Lakes contrast this event with what originally happened at this location in 1774. The Global agenda is not only the fall of the United States, but all Western civilization that was founded in Judeo-Christian ethics and the blessings of Almighty God. Heaven will not remain silent, nor will the hand of God be stayed in this pivotal point in human history. Dr. Michael Lake is the Chancellor and Founder of Biblical Life College and Seminary. He is the author of the best-selling books, The Shinar Directive: Preparing the Way for the Son of Perdition, The Sheeriyth Imperative: Empowering the Remnant to Overcome the Gates of Hell, and the newly released, The Kingdom Priesthood. Dr. Lake is a popular speaker at national Christian conferences and is a frequent guest on many Christian TV and radio/podcast programs in North America. Mary Lou Lake has worked side-by-side with her husband in ministry for over 35 years and is the author of the book What Witches Don't Want Christians to Know – Expanded Edition.
This week I am delighted to welcome Dr. Jeremy Kimble to the podcast. Dr. Kimble currently serves as Assistant Professor of Theological Studies at Cedarville University. He has authored many works including Invitation to Biblical Theology, 40 Questions About Church Membership and Discipline, and recently, How Can I Get More Out of My Bible Reading?
In this short preview, you will hear Patrick and Jonah describe the overarching theme for this year's podcast. Coming to our selves means separating from everyone else. The self is a "two edged sword", cutting, on the one hand, towards the dignity and beauty of our free individuality, and on the other, self-hood is destructive for the existing bonds of community that used to hold us together. In the age of individuality, are we simply destined for "war"?Christ's deed - his death and resurrection - created a new human body, a gift he offers to those who unite themselves with him. But there is something else that Christ is still working to accomplish. This year's podcasts will explore the mystery of human community - the death forces in our relationships today and the resurrection forces streaming towards us, aiming to birth new communities and transform all creation in the process. Many thanks to Elliott Chamberlin who composed the theme music, “Seeking Together.” You can find more of his music here.Thanks also to Camilla Lake for the show notes and Patreon/Podcast communications and production.The Light in Every Thing is a podcast of the Seminary of The Christian Community in North America. Learn more about the Seminary and its offerings at our website.Support the show
A new MP3 sermon from Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Living as an Ideal Seminary Student Speaker: Dr. Joel Beeke Broadcaster: Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary Event: Chapel Service Date: 8/29/2022 Length: 27 min.
They are all back from summer break! Michael Sparks, John Cooney and Michael Salemi sit down and discuss what adventures they had during the summer. Their discussion covers what it's like being a seminarian on break and then how to return with a balanced approach of recollecting with the help of Christ.
KIB 365 – Sifting, Testing, and Promotion Kingdom Intelligence Briefing In life, many of us feels like Peter in Luke 22:31: Satan wants to sift us like wheat. There are also times in which God tests us as He did with His people in the desert. For the Remnant, these times of testing and sifting causes them to press into God even more. The result of the testing produces promotion in the Kingdom! The Lakes also discuss the reality of a Kundalini spirit that has gained a foothold in the Church and how to tell the difference. Dr. Michael Lake is the Chancellor and Founder of Biblical Life College and Seminary. He is the author of the best-selling books, The Shinar Directive: Preparing the Way for the Son of Perdition, The Sheeriyth Imperative: Empowering the Remnant to Overcome the Gates of Hell, and the newly released, The Kingdom Priesthood. Dr. Lake is a popular speaker at national Christian conferences and is a frequent guest on many Christian TV and radio/podcast programs in North America. Mary Lou Lake has worked side-by-side with her husband in ministry for over 35 years and is the author of the book What Witches Don't Want Christians to Know – Expanded Edition.
On July 20, President Dallin H Oaks, first counselor in the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, offered a keynote address at the 2022 Notre Dame Religious Liberty Summit — calling for a global effort to “defend and advance” religious freedom. President Oaks' address followed other historic remarks on religious freedom and the United States Constitution. This episode of the Church News podcast features Judge Thomas B. Griffith, a former federal judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. In addition, Judge Griffith served as Senate legal counsel and then as general counsel for Brigham Young University. A Latter-day Saint, he talks about religious liberty, the powerful possibilities of the United States Constitution and civilly engaging in an increasingly polarized political climate. The Church News Podcast is a weekly podcast that invites listeners to make a journey of connection with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the globe. Host Sarah Jane Weaver, reporter and editor for The Church News for a quarter-century, shares a unique view of the stories, events, and most important people who form this international faith. With each episode, listeners are asked to embark on a journey to learn from one another and ponder, “What do I know now?” because of the experience. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.