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Dr. VanDrunen will be developing the Biblical storyline of the covenants which culminate in Christ’s kingdom and New Covenant. Starting with Adam before and after the fall the two different types of covenants will be identified as law and grace. Then the story will unfold through the covenants with Noah, Abraham, Moses, David and then arrive at the New Covenant and the kingdom of Christ it administers. Questions having to do with how covenant helps us to interpret Scripture, the meaning of c ...
 
The Christ Community Church Podcast features weekly teaching from Christ Community Church in Columbus, Georgia, where our mission is to awaken ordinary people to extraordinary life in Christ-centered community. CCC is part of the Free Methodist Church and shares that denomination’s vision of bringing wholeness to the world through healthy biblical communities of holy people multiplying disciples, leaders, groups and churches.
 
This podcast is a ministry of Christ The Rock Church. We are committed to teaching the truth of the gospel, according to the Bible, for the benefit and furtherance of Christ’s Kingdom. This podcast is designed to help Christians grow in grace and truth, while also providing non Christians with the essential truths of the gospel, through which they may be saved from God’s wrath by repentance and faith alone in Christ alone.
 
Sermons and other recordings from St. Mary's Episcopal Church has been in downtown Eugene for over 150 years to worship, serve, and grow in faith. Guided by the teachings and life of Jesus Christ, we value community, inclusiveness, compassion, our living tradition, health, and collaborative leadership. All are welcome at St. Mary's, no matter what age, ethnicity or race, gender identity, sexual orientation or economic and social circumstances.
 
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(biblical) MYTH BUSTERS “Debunking the biblical myths believed by the big dummies of this world” The Scriptures are simple enough that a child can understand them (I don’t need qualified and trained pastors). When addressing that issue, the Scripture themselves bear witness to their difficulty on more than one occasion (2Pe 3:15-16; Luk 8:9-10; Act…
 
I want to give Thomas, the Doubter, a break this morning. Instead, I want to talk about Jesus’ words to the disciples, “Receive the Holy Spirit. If you forgive the sins of any, they are forgiven them; if you retain the sins of any, they are retained.” The gospel story makes it very clear that the disciples were afraid. The crucifixion had them fear…
 
“Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever. Do not be led away by diverse and strange teachings…” -Heb 13:8-9a How can we be certain that what we believe as Christians is correct? How can we know that we have interpreted the Scriptures in a way that will lead to salvation? What assurance do we have that we possess the truth? The answ…
 
What the majority of people – most especially those claiming to be Christian, think is not the litmus test for truth. The most important things (things which will have the greatest impact on your life and others) can be the hardest or least desirable (IOW: quitting is not an option simply bc something hurts). Jesus did (indeed) rise from the dead. …
 
On this Easter Day we remember that nearly 2000 year old story that Peter, Paul, and John tell us in our readings today about how Jesus was raised from the dead. We remember how Mary went down to the tomb on that very first Easter morning, while it was still dark, and there she met Him. John tells us that she did not recognize Him at first, but as …
 
Join Christ Church Winchester this Easter Sunday as we finish our reflective podcast series on the Famous Last Works by considering arguably his most famous last work- that of rising again after death. Reflection lead by Louise Grainger, with scripture reading by Abi Sharpe.저자 Christ Church Winchester
 
Join Christ Church Winchester this Easter Saturday as we continue our reflective podcast series on the Famous Last Works of Jesus. Today we consider what happened on that first Holy Saturday, and how we might consider that one of Jesus's last works. Reflection lead by Rev. Simon Cansdale, with scripture reading by Sara-Jane Roope…
 
Join Christ Church Winchester this Maundy Thursday as we continue our reflective podcast series on the Famous Last Works of Jesus. Today we consider that famous meal which Jesus instituted on the first Maundy Thursday. Reflection lead by Amanda Denniss with scripture reading by Philip Tutt-Leppard저자 Christ Church Winchester
 
Join Christ Church Winchester as we continue our reflective podcast series on the Famous Last Works of Jesus. Today we consider the significance of Jesus cursing the fig tree, with a reflection lead by Brian Wakelin, and scripture reading by Charlotte Gretton.저자 Christ Church Winchester
 
Join Christ Church Winchester as we continue our reflective podcast series on the Famous Last Works of Jesus. Today we consider what happened when Jesus turned the tables in the temple of Jerusalem. Reflection lead by Craig Philbrick, with scripture reading by Sue Boul저자 Christ Church Winchester
 
Palm Sunday seems like liturgical whiplash to me. We move from the highest highs to the lowest lows in a matter of minutes. We move from Jesus's triumphal entry into Jerusalem with the crowds shouting out "Hosanna, save us!" to Jesus's tragic exit with a crowd shouting out "Crucify him, crucify him!" One of the things I love about Palm Sunday is th…
 
If we want to “speak” as God’s “physicians” or counselors to others then we need: 1) to understand more of God’s truth than them (13:1-3), 2) a right application of God’s truth and a right diagnosis of the person we are dealing w/ (13:4), 3) to realize the wisdom of silence (or saying nothing when we are not sure what to say) (13:5), 4) to avoid sp…
 
Bp. Mark Zimmerman preaches. Isaiah 52:13-53:12; Psalm 22:1-21; Philippians 2:5-11; Mark 14:32-72, 15:1-47 The video of the full service, including the music and the liturgy, are available here: Worship Service for Palm Sunday. To participate fully, click on this link to access the Service Bulletin. We are also offering a video-recorded Adult Educa…
 
Join Christ Church Winchester as we begin our Holy Week Podcast Series looking at the Famous Last Works of Jesus. This Palm Sunday we consider Jesus's entry to Jerusalem on that first Palm Sunday. Reflection lead by Clare Carson with scripture reading by Andrew Baines.저자 Christ Church Winchester
 
I’ve lived alone for almost exactly two thirds of my life. I can honestly say that while hard to deal with at first, over the years I’ve grown quite comfortable with my solitude. Admittedly I’ve experienced significantly more time alone this past year than I would have preferred or am used to, and clearly I’m not unique in that regard. It turns out…
 
“Debunking the biblical myths believed by the big dummies of this world” The Scriptures are simple enough that a child can understand them (I don’t need qualified and trained pastors). The passage normally referred to by those making such claims is (Mark 10:15//The dummies’ interp. = The Scriptures are so simple that they can be understood/interpre…
 
Though we may be confused as to the reason why we are suffering, we must always remember that God will never reject us if we are “blameless” (i.e. practicing righteousness) (9:1-2a “truly I know that it is so” w/8:20-21). Questioning God (contending w/Him) when suffering: 1) will expose us as absolute fools given His “wisdom” and “might” revealed i…
 
Fr. Matt Rucker preaches. Jeremiah 31: 31-34; Psalm 51; Hebrews 4:14-5:10; John 12:20-36 The video of the full service, including the music and the liturgy, are available here: Worship Service for The Fifth Sunday in Lent. To participate fully, click on this link to access the Service Bulletin. We are also offering a video-recorded Adult Education …
 
For the past several weeks we have been talking about the cross. Two weeks ago we heard the story in which Jesus said he was going to be killed, and Peter taking him aside and rebuking him for this teaching. Jesus then goes and publicly reproves Peter and tells him and everyone there that not only is he going to die on the cross, but they should al…
 
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