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Gospelbound, hosted by Collin Hansen for The Gospel Coalition, is a podcast for those searching for firm faith in an anxious age. Each week, Collin talks with insightful guests about books, ideas, and how to navigate life by the gospel of Jesus Christ in a post-Christian culture.
 
Every Saturday from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. CT on Chicago's WLUW 88.7FM, host Bob Marovich brings you vintage black gospel recordings on "Gospel Memories." If you are not in Chicago, you can listen live to the program via www.wluw.org. Miss a show? Hear a snippet of the last month's worth of programs on Podomatic. Be sure to visit www.gospelmemories.com for the latest playlist and news about the upcoming show.
 
This is a short daily podcast, in which we go through an exegesis of the gospel from the current day's Mass. The Catholic Church teaches that in order to understand the Scriptures, we must start with the literal sense - in other words, how the original hearers of the text would have understood it. That is our aim in this podcast - to help understand what the gospel writers (and more importantly, Jesus) were intending to communicate in today's reading, as well as providing links to the Catech ...
 
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To support the ministry and get access to exclusive content, go to: http://patreon.com/logicalbiblestudy Matthew 10: 24-30 - 'Let them both grow till the harvest.' Catechism of the Catholic Church Paragraphs: - 827 (in 'The Church is Holy') - "Christ, 'holy, innocent, and undefiled,' knew nothing of sin, but came only to expiate the sins of the peo…
 
Roz Stevenson, Hollywood Celebrity Publicist made her mark promoting films at top movie studios like The Best Man, Ray and Spike Lee’s films. She’s worked with Black Hollywood stars like Samuel L. Jackson, Viola Davis, Regina King and the late Cicely Tyson. Roz shares her backstory, Black Hollywood Experience, her faith and memoir “Look At God – My…
 
Today’s sermon comes from a series on the life of Jesus in the gospel of Luke. Luke gives us a detailed portrait of Jesus, who he is and what he has done. Even though people saw Jesus in person, some of them didn’t get it — they didn’t understand. We have all of this information about Jesus, but how do make sense of it? How do you respond to him? E…
 
This week Michael Lilborn Williams and Daniel Thomas Rouse revisit a most important part of the Gospel Story, the virgin birth. Though they never thought they would have to do it, they compare the Gospel Story of the virgin birth written in Matthew, Luke, and prophesied by Isaiah to those who say the virgin birth was either irrelevant or wasn’t tru…
 
We’re continuing our series on the “Gospel Topics Series” book, edited by Dr. Matt Harris and Dr. Newell Bringhurst. Dr. Margaret Toscano is back to discuss the Gospel Topics essay on Women, Temple, and Priesthood. We’ll find out more of her background in writing the book and discuss the essay’s strengths. Margaret: I’m excited that […] The post St…
 
There is an ancient battle between children of God and children of Satan that stretches back to the garden of Eden. And John uses this ancient battle to encourage a community under threat. Seth and David talk about what it means to be a child of God and why being righteous and loving one another is good news for people afraid, persecuted, and unsur…
 
Have we over complicated, over-systematized, and over-formalized making disciples? That’s the question Bill Mowry asks in his new book Walk With Me: Simple Principles for Everyday Disciplemaking. Mowry wants to help us declutter and de-professionalize the Great Commission. Key Ideas We’ve made disciplemaking too complicated. We tend to emphasize pr…
 
Songs of Greatness is a sermon series on the greatness of God from the Psalms. The Heavens Declare the Glory of God — How do we know what God is like? God's glory is revealed by what he has done, from creation to new creation. Recorded on July 18, 2021, on Psalm 19, by Pastor David Parks.Sermon TranscriptFor the next year, we’re focusing on The Gre…
 
- Speaker: Joe Skinner - God wants to use our suffering to build our faith and trust in him. How does that look practically in the midst of our difficulties? Our response to suffering is so important, that God actually gives us specific ways to respond to the pain of suffering that leads us through the pain and back to trusting and worshipping him …
 
Sermon Outline:I: Through Asa, Gods people had hope that they would enjoy Gods blessings and promises.II: Asas reign leaves us disappointed that He failed to persevere in faithfulness.III: Our lasting hope is in the constant faithfulness of Jesus, who entrusted Himself unwaveringly to God.Discussion Questions:1: What verdict does the Chronicler giv…
 
The gospel according to Saint Matthews Chapter 12 Verses 14 to 21 of July 17th of 202114. "Then the Pharisees, departing, took council against him, as to how they might destroy him. 15. But Jesus, knowing this, withdrew from there. And many followed him, and he cured them all. 16. And he instructed them, lest they make him known. 17. Then what was …
 
This conversation features Christian ethicist, Brian Brock. We discuss his recently published book, Disability: Living into the Diversity of Christ’s Body. Brock has written a number of important Christian books on Christian ethics and disability. Many thanks to our sponsors: Baker Academic. Worship Forward Studio 2 Ceramics. 10% discount code: GOS…
 
The children of Israel in the wilderness stands as a lesson for the believers. We see examples of great faith, followed by examples of great failures. As they crossed the Red Sea, we see the children of Israel both trusting and obeying the Lord. But later, as they approached the border of the promised land, twelve spies returned from surveying the …
 
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