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Same Church, new name! To say Hill City is focused on small groups and equipping individuals in their pursuit of Christ is very true. That's the essence of what we do, but it hardly tells the whole story. For us it's all about connection. Connection to God. Connection to each other. And connection to purpose. From our beginning as a single small group meeting in Adam and Jami McCain's living room in 2005, we've honored the importance of doing life together and authentically knowing Christ mo ...
 
WE ARE BECOMING A COMMUNITY OF GRACE AND PEACE FOR THE GOOD OF OUR CITY AND THE FAME OF JESUS. Our vision was born out of an angst. We find ourselves in a unique cultural moment in the west. John Mark Comer, a pastor, and writer from Portland, OR, says this: While 49% of millennials and 65% of American adults as a whole still identify as “Christian” in national surveys, a recent in-depth analysis by the Barna Group, a Christian Think Tank, put the number of young adults who are “resilient di ...
 
Welcome to our podcast! My name is Richard H. Ostler and I am a native of Salt Lake City, small business owner, married father of six with several grandchildren. I believe in and am deeply committed to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and want it to work for a wider group. I am the author of "Listen Learn and Love: Embracing LGBTQ Latter-day Saints" at Amazon (amazon.com/dp/1462135773) and Deseret Book (deseretbook.com/p/listen-learn-and-love-embracing-lgbtq-latter-day-saints) ...
 
Jesus lives and the tomb is empty. Do you believe it? Has this powerful kingdom of God that Jesus has begun changed you? Or are you running from it and all that belief in a living Jesus implies? This series called "Tomb Runners" confronts us with topics that first appeared while going through our series in the gospel of Mark. Now we focus in on what a follower of Christ must personally do with these issues raised. How will you now respond to the living Jesus and what he asks of you?
 
The Thomas More Center for the Restoration of Christian Culture seeks to promote a vigorous public witness to the faith in New England. Following the lead of its patron, St. Thomas More, the Center will focus its efforts in five areas: education, culture, Church teaching, civic life, and family life.The Center hopes to address the crisis of our age: the crisis of a civilization that has drifted from the principles on which it was founded. Lacking a firm foundation, our society is unstable; w ...
 
Hosted by Park Street Church's senior minister, Mark Booker, Park Street Dialogues is a series of conversations with the intent of connecting followers of Jesus in Boston and beyond. Mark talks with a diverse group of guests about their work and ministry in the city and their perspectives on the work of God in Boston: both in its opportunities and its challenges. Season 1 of Park Street Dialogues is now complete; check back soon for Season 2.
 
The Passion + Purpose Podcast invites you to discover how you can use your passion for the ultimate purpose—to bring God glory. Hosted by Louie Giglio, bestselling author of Don’t Give the Enemy A Seat At Your Table and Global Pastor of Passion City Church. He invites his friends from diverse spheres of life—scientists, business leaders, pastors, artists and more to spark vision on how listeners can leverage their life for what matters most.
 
The Rev. Mark A. Thompson has spent most of his life as a political, civil rights & human rights activist and organizer. He not only has been a part of every major social justice movement & event over the past 40 years, he has also been a radio broadcaster for three decades, and he has spent over 10 years as a television commentator, as well. Rev. Mark hosts Make It Plain (MIP), a political, human rights and breaking news podcast. Rev. Mark’s lifelong social justice activism intersects with ...
 
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My friend Kali Olsen (RM, BYU-I student, married to a man) shares her story as a bisexual Latter-day Saint. Kali talks about her journey to understand and then accept her sexual orientation. Kali also shares coming out to her fiancé McKay and his support (they were married in April 2022). Kali goes on to discuss why she decided to come out more bro…
 
What a GOOD conversation today with Robert and Alyssa about family, invitation, friendship and deeper relationship that we are called into with God, and the light and easy yoke of walking alongside God. Plus, a little dive into some Trinitarian theology for your afternoon, just for fun. Find more from Redemption Hill at redemptionboise.org, or foll…
 
The History of Christendom: An Eight-part Lecture Series Join us as renowned Catholic author Joseph Pearce, this year’s St. John Henry Newman Visiting Chair in Catholic Studies, lectures on the history of Christendom based on his forthcoming book, The Good, the Bad and the Beautiful: History in Three Dimensions (Ignatius Press). Each lecture will w…
 
American Federation of Teachers Secretary-Treasurer and immediate past president of the Florida Education Association on the banned course, and the myriad of other issues Florida's students, parents and teachers face which DeSantis ignores. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy…
 
My friend Chris Kimball (married father of three, grandfather of eleven, and as he says, a 'retired' bishop, a 'retired' professor, and a 'retired' lawyer) joins us to share his unique Latter-day Saint journey. Chris shares some of his personal story which includes deciding more than 25 years ago to no longer sit for worthiness interviews and as a …
 
“Have you brought Jesus into your own family? Or have you joined into Jesus’ family?” In this week’s segment of La Familia, Robert talks about Jesus’ redefinition of family, stemming from God’s identity as a communal, relational being. He walks through three phases of walking in relationship with Jesus, from a friend, to a follower, to a family mem…
 
Twenty-one years of investigative journalism by Ali Winston and Darwin BondGraham has resulted in their new book on the history of brutality, racism and corruption on the part of the Oakland police. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacyBy Make It Plain with Mark Thompson
 
My friend Zach and Darcy Spafford (who were on Episode 376) join us to talk about solving pornography use as a couple. Zach talks about opening up to his wife about his pornography use and how they worked together to address and solve it. It is a powerful story that helps others walking this road find hope and healing. Both Zach and Darcy share ins…
 
My friend Will Edgel (who was on Episode 78 recorded nearly four years ago) joins us to update listeners on his life journey and his professional work as a gay man’s wellness coach. Will talks about having a boyfriend and also being an active Latter-day Saint and how he is navigating this road. Will then talks about his professional work as a welln…
 
Professor Felicia Kornbluh on the role her mother, Beatrice Kornbluh, played in establishing Roe, and on the role her neighbor, Dr. Helen Rodriguez-Trias, played in ending sterilization abuse disproportionality victimizing African American, Latina and Indigenous women, as told in her new book, A Woman’s Life Is A Human Life: My Mother, Our Neighbor…
 
“Jesus is reinventing the family into something much more than blood and DNA.” In the third segment of our La Familia series, Robert talks about belonging in God’s family, as we are all adopted as children into the kingdom of God. He asks us what voices we hear, what those voices are saying about us, and whether or not they’re from our good Father …
 
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