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Podcast Faith tốt nhất tìm thấy (cập nhật Tháng hai 2020)
Podcast Faith tốt nhất tìm thấy
Cập nhật Tháng hai 2020
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The Christian faith is not mindless or irrational. Knowing Faith is a podcast exploring how our faith is founded upon Scripture. We believe the Bible is for everyone and are committed to helping the Church understand where their faith is rooted. Hosted by Jen Wilkin, JT English and Kyle Worley, this podcast dives into Christian story, belief and practice in a way that is accessible to everyone. For older episodes of Knowing Faith, check out The Village Church app or visit tvcresources.net.
 
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“Why me, God?” Sound familiar? We’ve all questioned why God has allowed bad things to happen in our lives, but this week’s guests, musician Dave Pittman and home designer Rachel Van Kluyve, have faced serious trials that caused them to question their purpose and how to move forward. Growing up, Dave faced bullies because of his Tourette’s Syndrome.…
 
With the beginning of Lent right around the corner, Bishop Barron talks about this ancient period of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving in preparation for Easter, and offer several recommendations on how to have a more spiritually powerful Lent. A listener asks: If God made us in his image, and the family is composed of a husband, wife and children, t…
 
Shea Tuttle is my guest this week on the podcast. She’s written a fascinating book on the life of Mr. Rogers titled, Exactly As You Are: The Life and Faith of MISTER ROGERS. Shea is coeditor of Can I Get a Witness?: Thirteen Peacemakers, Community Builders, and Agitators for Faith and Justice. She holds an MDiv from Candler School of Theology at Em…
 
The old hymn says it well, “All I have needed Thy hand hath provided.” But, too often, the way we live differs from what we sing. Our constant fear, pride, and anxiety regarding our needs betrays the fact that we regularly misunderstand the dynamics of God’s providing grace, a misunderstanding which this narrative serves to correct.…
 
Matthew 5:21-32Vs 21-26ANGER:a spontaneous feeling that comes over our mind and body when our will is thwarted.Ephesians 4:30-32Colossians 3:8James 1:19-20Vs 27-30LUST:to look at someone for our own gratificationThe problem is when we turn other people into objects.Vs 30-32DIVORCEDeuteronomy 234:1-4For the follower of Jesus, the heart posture is al…
 
Can we put God in a box of our own logic? Aren’t His ways higher than our ways? Did God invent logic? Did human beings invent it? Frank goes deep into those questions to the foundation of reality. He also takes a fresh look at an often-misinterpreted passage in Isaiah 55 about God’s ways being […] The post Does logic apply to God? And other questio…
 
For many of us the conversation of sex was always a mysterious one surrounded by guilt, fear and shame. Premarital sex was considered a sin and connected to adultery and Bible verses were handed out by the droves in efforts to keep young people “pure”. But what if I told you most of what we grew up with was nothing more than fear campaigns and misu…
 
February 16, 2020Psalm 18:1-6, 46-50Nobody likes to think about mortality. We avoid discussions of death – until it comes knocking on our door. Israel’s king felt the snares of death pulling him down to the grave. In desperation, he cried to the Lord – and we cry out, too. Let us sing praise to King Jesus who saves us from death and gives us victor…
 
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