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Community Church (a multi-site church in Hampton Roads, Virginia) is committed to helping as many people as possible live fully alive. Each week you'll get biblical teaching with practical application, and end each episode inspired! Join the thousands who listen weekly and experience the true hope and life that only comes from following Jesus!
 
Weekend Messages from the Flatirons Community Church teaching team. Flatirons Community Church has five Colorado campuses, Lafayette, West Golden (near Genesee), Aurora, and Denver. Lead Pastor: Jim Burgen. Teaching Pastor: Ben Foote. West Campus Pastor: Brad Ricca. Lafayette Campus Pastor: Heather Jackson. Denver Campus Pastor: Stefan Guzowski. Aurora Campus Pastor: Cole Willard, Longmont Campus Pastor: Dan Foote. For more information, visit flatironschurch.com
 
A lively hour devoted to your health, well-being, and living lightly and lovingly on planet Earth. Host Victoria Moran entertains with the latest on the vegan life—it’s not just for celebrities but for anyone who wants to look and feel amazing, eat extraordinary food, help animals, and create a physical body attuned to spiritual growth.
 
Conversations about real life young adult stuff and what the Bible says about it. In this podcast, we share our view from The Porch - a weekly gathering of thousands of young adults in Dallas, Texas. We take questions, concerns, and challenges common for our generation and talk about how to overcome them (or at least say “us too”). For more information about The Porch visit www.theporch.live.
 
Welcome to the sermon podcast of The Porch, a young adult ministry of Watermark Community Church in Dallas, Texas. The Porch is a gathering of 3,000+ young adults who meet every Tuesday night at 7 PM CST. Each week we address challenges that face twenty and thirty-somethings and what The Bible has to say about them. For more information, visit www.theporch.live or download The Porch app: https://apple.co/2MlYc1P.
 
Welcome to "The Forbidden Apple" podcast, where we explore the relationship between queer people and spirituality. Melissa Weisz, a former Orthodox Jew and Pelayo Alvarez a Spanish raised Catholic meet weekly and sink our teeth into "The Forbidden Apple". We interview LGBTQ artists, activists & clergy from unique religious backgrounds. Recent guests include Arlan Hamilton, Mary Lambert, Sushant Divgikar, Rev. Troy Perry, Ryan Cassata & Senator Weinberg. Join our conversations as we discuss o ...
 
This is an accidentally funny podcast about the realities of Blackness and adult life. Our goal is to create a space for Black millennials to discuss and embody adult life on their own terms. We aren’t beholden to “traditional” gender or parenting roles, queerness is fluid and present in the ways we show up in our relationships and in the world, and we want to build community with other 30-something Black folx who are trying to figure this ish out. We do “adult” differently. -About Daren and ...
 
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Life is infinitely uncertain and God is infinitely complex. The net result? Doubt. We think of doubt in negative terms, but it’s a key catalyst when it comes to faith. Doubt breaks down our false narratives, false assumptions, and false beliefs. It forces us to deconstruct and reconstruct our faith by digging a little deeper. How do you deal with d…
 
The Easter story starts all the way in the beginning. God created a beautiful world. But while there beauty in the world, there is also pain, destruction, and devastation—so much so that we not only feel far from beauty, but far from the God who created it. And just when it feels like we are left condemned with the broken pieces of life in our hand…
 
Sometimes we find that we need the reality of resurrection more than others. This past year with so much uncertainty, so much death, so much unrest, it seems that we all need something that gives us hope for the future. As we will see in our passage today the resurrection of Jesus Christ is that which validates our faith. It is this one fact that r…
 
Of all the words Jesus spoke on the cross these three: “It is finished,” may be among the most well-known. However, it is possible we can overlook the nuance of Jesus’ words, as in some ways something new had just begun. The words John records echo the end of the creation poem in Genesis 2.2 when “God had finished the work” of bringing the universe…
 
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