E3 Expedition Podcast 9: God Giving Hearts’ Desires in India and Flights to Ethiopia

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[display_podcast] Many times, local pastors accompany teams overseas on their missions trips, but the truth is that often these pastors don’t have much experience ministering in other countries in foreign cultures. It’s particularly in these experiences where we see these “advisory pastors” discover God’s hand in their lives like never before and in unexpected ways. One such trip took pace in Silchar Assam, India with Pastor Norlyn Kent:This was absolutely the most exciting time in my life. … [Read more...]

Confessions Of A Closet Christian: Why Do We Think That the Gospel is Obvious?

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[display_podcast] Growing up I had what I’ll call an “of course” attitude.  “Of course” I got straight A’s.  “Of course” I was captain of the girls’ varsity soccer team.  “Of course” I was president of the senior class. I sound like a tightly wound goodie goodie.  I was.  But I worked hard for those things, so “of course” there would be a reward.  “Of course” I would be compensated. Sometimes when I think about the fact that I’m a Christian, I think “of course I am,” which is why I get confuse … [Read more...]

The Big Picture Podcast: Faulty Programming?

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[display_podcast] Welcome to the Big Picture Podcast.  This podcast seeks to begin and hopefully sustain a conversation about current trends, ideas and issues in the Church and greater society. Today we hear again from the Back Row Baptist, you know, the guy in the back pew who’s just takin’ in the view. He’s done checking the ESPN app on his iPhone that he hides in his Bible, and we now have his attention. He’s been getting some push-back lately about some things he’s said on this podcast, an … [Read more...]

Ouxano: God Is the Hero of the Story!

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[display_podcast] God uses flawed people to do His work!  One of the most well-known example of this is from the Book of Judges in the Old Testament.  I give you:  Sampson!  If you look at the things Sampson was supposed to do and the life that he was supposed to lead, he basically did everything wrong.  And when I say everything, I mean EVERYTHING!  He breaks his vow as a Nazarite, he hangs out with prostitutes, he compromises his faith and devotions with his relationship with Delilah... and y … [Read more...]

Carty’s Contemporary Classics: Sinless Anger

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[display_podcast] You will experience hurt, fear, frustration, and feelings of injustice.  I’m sorry. It happens to all of us. And then you die. But it doesn’t have to lead to sin. You see, if we allow ourselves to enter into a sinful attitude following the hurt, fear, frustration and feelings of injustice… then what?  Anger, rage, destruction? I submit that if you understand the source of sin and when somebody sins they have a problem with God, and not you, then you don’t have to get mad in r … [Read more...]

Reflections of Grace 50: Living from the Heart – Demolishing the Spirit of Fear

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[display_podcast] Have you ever been gripped with that paralyzing fear that embraces your mind to the point that you’re too terrified to even move?Our unguarded minds manufacture the most insidious scenes within seconds if we let our guard down. Don’t you find that to be true?How can we see through the smoke screen of the enemy’s lies?When I was a young mother I had gripping fear every time my kids left my sight.   I had been molested as a child, so I became hypervigilent over … [Read more...]


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