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Intellectually honest. Spiritually passionate. Jesus at the centre. As a Christian community that strives to live, play and help in the urban neighbourhoods of Calgary, we have chosen the name Commons Church to indicate our commitment to making the imagination of God tangible in our space. We believe God is invested in the renewal of all things, therefore, we want to live the "Good News" by being part of the rhythms of our city as good neighbours, good friends, and good citizens in the commo ...
 
West Angeles Church of God In Christ is a 24,000-member Pentecostal-Holiness Christian church and a member of the Church of God in Christ denomination. COGIC’s Emeritus Presiding Bishop, Bishop Charles Edward Blake, Sr., serves as Chief Shepherd of West Angeles. Its main place of worship, the West Angeles Cathedral, is located in the Crenshaw District of Los Angeles, California, a historic African American ethnic enclave.
 
I am Hal Hammons, a citizen of heaven. I broadcast regular reports of what it is for a child of God to live in Satan's world. My reports typically break down into four segments:"What I've been preaching" -- a point I have made in a recent sermon."What I've been reading" -- A brief breakdown of a book of the Bible or other reading material that has helped me in my understanding or application of the Bible."What I've been hearing" -- news from the internet or other sources about what is going ...
 
In Crown and Crozier, we invite leading thinkers to explore how the human experience is shaped by the interplay between Church and State, and what this means for tackling the great challenges of today. Join us as we examine what’s at stake for us as citizens and as a society in the dynamic engagement between civil and religious authority. The common good, basic freedoms, dignity of the person, administration of justice, self-government, the preservation of truth, goodness and beauty - all th ...
 
The Bad Roman Project explores the entanglement of Christians with the State. It was created out of a firm belief that, as Christians, we are supposed to follow Christ—not the state. All Christians are dual citizens, requiring them to choose which allegiances they’ll ultimately prioritize. Sometimes they must lay down a flag in order to carry a Cross. New episodes released bi-weekly. Subscribe to our newsletter and learn more at thebadroman.com.
 
Do you want your faith in God to grow, but sometimes struggle with nagging doubts? What does it look like to believe in God in the face of life's hardest questions? Pursuing Faith seeks to unpack these questions through thought-provoking stories, conversation and hope. The host is Dominic Done - speaker, professor, and author of the books, "When Faith Fails: Finding God in the Shadow of Doubt" & "Your Longing Has A Name."
 
Oral histories of Myanmar - life stories; some starting as far back as the late 1920’s.From my years of involvement in Myanmar I have become aware of the increasing scarcity of the generation of Myanma citizens who were born during the colonial period and have lived through the tumultuous years since that time. For me, these men and women are "national treasures" whose experience, perseverance and wisdom gained during their long lives will be lost unless we capture their stories in some way. ...
 
Charlie is America's hardest working grassroots activist who has your inside scoop on the biggest news of the day and what's really going on behind the headlines. The founder of Turning Point USA and one of social media's most engaged personalities, Charlie is on the front lines of America’s culture war, mobilizing hundreds of thousands of students on over 2,500 college and high school campuses across the country, bringing you your daily dose of clarity in a sea of chaos all from his signatu ...
 
Spoken word essays from contributors of The Christian Citizen, author interviews, and conversation on issues pertaining to justice, mercy, and faith. Through The Christian Citizen, we seek to shape a mind among American Baptists and others on matters of public concern by providing a forum for diverse voices living and working at the intersection of faith and politics, discipleship and citizenship.
 
Historic Voices Podcast brings voices from the past that make history come alive through their personal accounts and public speeches. Some episodes bring the voices of political and military leaders, common citizens who lived during extraordinary times, and entertainers who helped Americans live through difficult events. The podcast host provides a short introduction and afterward shares historical context. This podcast is part of the LifePodcast Network composed of other family-friendly pod ...
 
We are reading the entire Bible through in a year - an average of 20 pages per week. I am Hal Hammons, your host. Every Monday morning (Lord willing!) I will post a short segment to encourage you in your week's reading. We begin with my "first impressions" from the reading this time through, then we focus on "one story," "one verse" and "one word." I hope it motivates you to get in the Book of books and stay there.And check out my Citizen of Heaven podcast also. There we cover the ins and ou ...
 
Are we really going to let thousands of years of Western culture and civilization go up in smoke? The treasures of the past are being replaced by a plastic, consumer-driven world. A lot of us are tired of modern life—the pace, the expectations on all of us, the insane politics, the confusing religious landscape, the degrading entertainment industry, and the overwhelming mess of information available every second at our fingertips. And many of us are asking, Where did we go wrong? Can we ever ...
 
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Sermon Outline:Gods plan to call enemies to Himself is eternalMany people who were known as the people of the Lord will be condemnedThe promises of Eden belong to those who are rebornEither you will be called cursed or you will be called by Gods nameFamily Discussion Questions:Before Jesus came, which nation was called by Gods name? What is the ben…
 
We begin a new 10-week sermon series learning about how Christlike character is formed in us and what it means to live life following Jesus. This morning, we study Ephesians 2 to learn how character flows from our identity. This series is designed to be a discipleship tool so the people of the church can help each other grow in Christlikeness. The …
 
John’s vision from God in Revelation 21 gives us a picture of the new heavens and earth—all ethnicities bringing what’s good and beautiful about their cultures to live together. As we exist in the “already but not yet” of this kingdom to come, we learn about other ethnicities and cultures with curiosity, lament what has been broken and twisted by s…
 
We just moved back inside to our old home, New Traditions Elementary School! You can find more information about our Sunday gatherings on this page. Summary Every January, we take six weeks to walk through the Story of God from beginning to end. Our Sundays have less liturgy to accommodate more dialogue and reflection from everyone. Listen in as we…
 
The United States is facing a substance abuse crisis. In 2020 (documentation generally lags a few years behind in this space), there were 91,799 overdose deaths–a 30% increase from 2019. This substance abuse crisis is a problem that is impacting most if not all families in the United States, is recognized by state and local government, and is a key…
 
How does the Judeo-Christian tradition view children differently from any other faith? Why are Christians obliged to speak out on politics? Why is it crucial to never give up, even when you live in a deep blue state? Charlie and his pastor Rob McCoy discuss all that and more, ad-free, from TPUSA Faith's event in Newbury Park, California. Support th…
 
There is an attack on Biblical sexuality in the Church today that must be fought against by those who value Truth. The Word of God is clear concerning what is right and wrong sexually and we have a responsibility to oppose the teaching and laws of Government when they run counter to the Truth of God's Word.…
 
2023 started on a sombre, bittersweet note, with the death of two heavyweights in the Church hierarchy: Pope Benedict XVI and Cardinal George Pell. In this episode, we seek to pay tribute to this pair of monumental figures who exerted enormous influence on the life of the Church, and who served the members of the Mystical Body of Christ for a combi…
 
Ever since the culmination of Brazil's hotly-contested — and highly-disputed — presidential election, Jair Bolsonaro has been living in self-imposed exile in Florida. Now, he joins Charlie for his very first full-length interview since arriving in America. Charlie and Bolsonaro discuss the crucial importance of the right to bear arms, the new gover…
 
Senator Lindsey Graham is a very loud, early supporter of Donald Trump's presidential campaign. Only one thing is certain: It's not because he's enthusiastic about Trump's message on foreign policy or immigration. Pedro Gonzalez joins Charlie to discuss how Graham uses flattery to manipulate MAGA for his own ends. Plus, Rep. Jim Jordan has run the …
 
A Chinese spy balloon the size of three Greyhound buses hovers over middle America, and the U.S. military is doing nothing to shoot it down. Is it impotence, or appeasement, or what? Charlie explores that, and then goes further, wondering why America does so little to stop Chinese spies from infesting U.S. colleges, tech companies, and intelligence…
 
We examined the way in which the temple was constructed. It’s dimensions as well as the specifics of its construction. Details like the date the construction began. How long and wide and high it was. How it had windows and a vestibule in front. It records how Solomon built a storage structure 3 stories high around 3 sides of the temple. There is al…
 
The latest artificial intelligence advances are turning science fiction movies into reality. Programs like ChatGPT can write essays better than many college students, craft original song lyrics, and a lot more, all in seconds. With computers getting so powerful, what hope is there for humanity? And how much worse will it be if the AI is designed to…
 
What areas of our lives are governed by constitutional law? When asked about what constitutional law is, Americans tend to think of notable Supreme Court cases such as the abortion law case Roe v. Wade or the Civil Rights landmark of Brown v. Board of Education. But vast swaths of our lives are governed by, of all things, the Commerce Clause of the…
 
Donald Trump is ramping up his attacks up on Ron DeSantis ahead of a possible presidential fight. But are these attacks working with his base? The man who might know is Citizen Kane, the man running the massively successful Citizen Free Press news site. Kane joins Charlie to discuss that, as well as which criminal charges Democrats will pick to bri…
 
The Biden classified documents issue has gone from an embarrassment to a full-blown FBI investigation. Charlie gives an opinion that might surprise many: It's not good when the 4th branch of government can unseat a president, regardless of party. Plus, Charlie breaks down Ron DeSantis's epic month fixing education in Florida, then chats with Senato…
 
All good things must end, and that includes my discussion with Kenny Embry, Adam Shanks and Jacob Hudgins on the topic of friendship. In this episode, we discuss “hate drafting” and the implications it has regarding brotherly love. What happens when my welfare seems to be at odds with the welfare of others? And what are the implications for the loc…
 
Climate change and war have flung millions of people on the move, who often seek safe harbor in the very countries responsible for their displacement. But despite the lofty ideals and supposed simplicity of international refugee law, it turns out borders are not really the fixed lines on a map we imagine them to be. Guests: Deborah Anker is Clinica…
 
"In the beginning was the Word." So opens the Gospel of John. But what does that mean, and why was it such a revelation to the Greek speakers who first heard it? Dr. Jeff Myers, president of Summit Ministries, joins Charlie to discuss this and other deep Biblical topics, and then digs into a key question for the present: What makes people today so …
 
Mark Houck committed no crime, but his pro-life activism caused the Biden Administration sent armed FBI agents to assault his house, humiliate him, and put him on trial for trumped-up charges. Freshly-vindicated after one of the shortest trials in history, Mark joins Charlie to tell his story and celebrate his victory. Then, the show pivots to the …
 
According to new reports, Nikki Haley is about to put her hat in the ring for president. Charlie looks back over Haley's career to ask the important questions: Is she a worthy candidate, and can she actually win? Then, Charlie is joined by Senator Ted Cruz, who does not hold back on the abominable crisis on the southern border, and specific man who…
 
According to a recent poll, only 20% of American Christians say their views on immigration are primarily informed by the Bible. This is deeply concerning as Christians should endeavor to follow Jesus in every area of lives, including in our role as citizen. So, what does the Bible say about the arrival and treatment of immigrants as well as governm…
 
For decades, Republicans have relied on old-fashioned political tactics to win elections, while Democrats embrace and master the latest technology. Tech expert Jason Begich joins with a proposal, and a warning: Unless the Right launches a well-funded "Manhattan Project" to improve its digital prowess, and quickly, it will lose the 2024 election bef…
 
In the United States, unjust disparities in things like income, opportunity, health, safety, and education tightly track racial categorizations of the US population. An intuitive approach to social justice calls us to look to the sites of the greatest disadvantage, and take measures aimed at relieving them. This approach favors “race specific” poli…
 
Bringing together two voices, practice and theory, in a collaboration that emerges from lived experience and structured reflection upon that experience, O'Mochain and Ueno show how entrenched discursive forces exert immense influence in Japanese society and how they might be most effectively challenged. With a psychosocial framework that draws insi…
 
This is more of my conversation with Kenny Embry, Adam Shanks and Jacob Hudgins on the topic of friendship. In this episode, we wrap up a month of conversation centered around Jordan Peterson’s 12 Rules for Life. How healthy are our friendships? Should we be serving them at the expense of our own welfare? And when if ever is it appropriate to cut s…
 
The war in Ukraine is grinding to a bloody stalemate. Gains are measured in yards instead of miles, but the fighting still costs thousands of lives. But instead of negotiating a peace, American leaders seem determined for the war to go on forever. Col. Douglas MacGregor joins to argue that Ukraine's position is far weaker than believed, and gives h…
 
When ordinary Americans insider trade, they can go to prison. So why is Nancy Pelosi allowed to do it with impunity? Sen. Josh Hawley joins Charlie to discuss his new bill that would end shady Congressional stock trading for good. Plus, Charlie responds to the left's outrage over an indisputable truth: Beethoven is a transcendent artist and genius,…
 
we talked about the implications of the resurrection. With the resurrection comes the rolling back of the effects of sin. This means the death which Adam experienced when he ate of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil will be undone. There will not just be a physical resurrection there will be a new spiritual life which we have never been abl…
 
Project Veritas's bombshell new video is its biggest story ever, with nearly 30 million views on Twitter alone. Yet it's been almost totally blacked out in the wider media. Dr. Robert Malone joins Charlie to react to that stunning story, as well as remarkable new video of an elite athlete admitting his physical talents have been dramatically curtai…
 
For a very special episode 200, I invited three friends of the podcast — Dr. Kenny Embry is the host of the :Balancing the Christian Life podcast; Adam Shanks preaches for the Edwards Lake church of Christ in Birmingham, and the host of the Preach Impediments podcast; Jacob Hudgins preaches for the Twin City church of Christ in my adopted hometown …
 
00:00:03.130] - Speaker 1 Hi there. My name is Preston Pouteaux. Welcome to the Lake Ridge Community Church Podcast. This is where we share some of our messages from Sunday mornings. So we're glad you're here to listen. We'd love for you to join us in person. We meet on Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m at Our Lady of Wisdom School here in Chestermere. …
 
Despite the best efforts of CNN and the New York Times, the Tyre Nichols video failed to ignite a new wave of nationwide riots. Heather Mac Donald joins Charlie to expose the real lessons of Memphis: How affirmative action and racial preferences lower standards, promote incompetence, and endanger lives. Plus, Will Hild lays out the sinister threat …
 
Last Friday, Charlie watched in-person as more than a hundred RNC members voted to ignore their base and betray their interests. Today, he sits down with Tyler Bowyer to discuss what happened at the meeting: What was said, what the votes were, and what the RNC members really believe. Then, they turn to the most important question: What's next? Supp…
 
S. M. Baugh writes in his commentary on Ephesians, -Paul pauses to assure his Gentile audience that his imprisonment does not mean that God has rejected him from his apostolic office so as to compromise their inheritance in Christ- -p 211-. Indeed, it is quite the opposite. Rather, Paul shows how much God can do when we live if as we have, A Life T…
 
Charlie Kirk and Candace Owens have been friends for a long time, and the conservative movement has changed immeasurably over that span. Now, the two of them sit down for a candidate conversation about raising kids, Donald Trump, and what their plans are for the future... What will conservatism look like in another ten years? It's a frank conversat…
 
Part 1 of 4. Today we talk about our definitions of God, the power of our images and how for us to see God we need to look at Jesus. *** In studying the Bible, we have found it to be a trustworthy and beautiful guide for life. And yet, we also know the many ways this same profound text has been weaponized against others. Whether to marginalize, sil…
 
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