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'Evil cannot win': Killed by Russian missile, Liza is buried

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 3 weeks ago

'Evil cannot win': Killed by Russian missile, Liza is buried

"A four year old girl with down syndrome who was killed by a Russian missile strike in central Ukraine has been laid to rest In a packed local orthodox church in the town of Vinci little Lisa's body lies in an open coffin Her head is adorned with a crown of white flowers as hundreds of mourners weep around her the priest Vitale vich tries and fails to hold in his emotion as he tells the congregation elizaveta stands and looks near God He says Lisa's killers serve the devil Eternal hell awaits them because there's no forgiveness for them and I think they're not capable of repetitive before God As they make their way outside for the burial Lisa's father stands silent with tears streaming down his face Lisa's grandmother calls out to the child's lifeless body you love this song so very much she danced every day this song sounds for you now Lisa's mother remains an intensive care the family didn't tell her that Lisa was being buried today fearing it could affect her condition I'm Karen Chammas

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U.S. houses of worship increase security after shootings

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

U.S. houses of worship increase security after shootings

"Some houses of worship are beefing up security following a spate of recent shootings I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest Houses of worship are meant to be places of shelter reflection and peace But after recent high profile shootings nationwide worshippers and leaders are facing uneasy decisions on the best way to guard their sanctuaries One church on laguna Woods California has hired armed security guards They've installed cameras and developed an active shooter plan a gunman opened fire at the church on May 15th killing one and injuring 5 other members of a Taiwanese congregation that met there But all that extra security can come with a hefty price tag the Geneva Presbyterian Church says it is now spending about $20,000 a month for the stepped up security I'm Lisa

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July 4 parade attack victim remembered for love of family

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

July 4 parade attack victim remembered for love of family

"The highland park Illinois community where 7 people were killed by a shooter at a July 4th parade say their final goodbyes to their loved ones On Saturday edoardo was buried on what would have been his 70th birthday among those attending governor J B pritzker He was remembered as a loving father and grandfather a day earlier mourners remembered 63 year old former preschool teacher Jacqueline Sondheim at a service at north shore congregation Israel her daughter Leah The world is darker without my mom in it And it's up to us now to fill it with a little extra laughter and help replace her light and love also on Friday 76 year old Nicholas Toledo zaragoza and 88 year old Steven Strauss were laid to rest police say the victims were random and that the shooter had no racial or religious motivation His being held without bail I'm Julie Walker

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July 4 victims remembered for dedication to faith, family

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

July 4 victims remembered for dedication to faith, family

"Loved ones continue saying goodbye to the victims of that mass shooting at a July 4th parade outside Chicago The first of the 7 funerals began Friday with mourners remembering former preschool teacher Jacqueline sun times she was 63 at a service at north shore congregation Israel her daughter Leah The world is darker without my mom in it And it's up to us now to fill it with a little extra laughter and help replace her light and love 88 year old Steven Strauss and avid bird watcher was also laid to rest while mourners said goodbye to 76 year old Nicholas Toledo zaragoza a dual citizen who would travel from Mexico in the summers to be with family and edouardo a grandfather is being laid to rest Saturday a day after what would have been his 70th birthday I'm Julie Walker

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A highlight from Ears To Hear Are Created

Live Behind The Veil

09:59 min | Last month

A highlight from Ears To Hear Are Created

"Welcome to live behind the veil and atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. The word behind the veil hello, everyone. I'm Ron your host, and on this podcast, we'll be talking about hearing and speaking the word of God. Those who have a drive to bring God's kingdom to the earth. Must first have ears created in them to hear his word before they can speak a word from God. Let's listen in to the teaching of the Holy Spirit, and believed to have created within us ears to hear his word. What I understand of the early church is they did not expound scriptures, they believed and spoke by faith a word from God that changed people's hearts, framed in age, they had to listen to an apostolic word, had to listen to the prophet's speak, and then believe in the impartation of that and open their mouths and speak a word from God. Think about these people, what they were receiving had to come from a living epistle. Speaking the truth and love, that's the true thing of whether it's the word of the lord or not, is whether it's the truth, in love, and that authority of the lord coming through, and they could feel that. I'm sure they could tell the difference between somebody who was narrating just expose saying as opposed to somebody who was really sharing their heart with one another. Thing with Peter is so important because in X two he stood up with the 11, remember, and he started talking about Joel. He quoted from Joel too in the fact that he knew what the scripture said, but he also changed it slightly and kind of updated it for how it applied to their day. And that's the thing about what we call an apostolic word is it brings a live the scriptures for today. And that's what the true life is. I mean, you can read the word without the life without the truth in your heart, and it just becomes something you study. Just like any literature, but you have to have the life in your heart to get it imparted to you and to others while we're speaking about living epistles tonight, or speaking about the difference between what I would consider, I'm not putting down a scholar because there's nothing wrong with studying the word. And being a scholar of the word, but the spirit behind it without the relationship of Christ behind it without the relationship to the body of Christ and the members of the body, it's worthless. It's just a bunch of head knowledge and a pumping up of ego, like Paul, Paul is a perfect example, pharisee of the pharisees, but yet after he had his meeting with the lord. It changed his whole spirit. It changed his whole drive, his whole attitude, his heart, the relationship, that's where things are sparked. That's where things are alive. On that day of Pentecost, one word, save 3000 people. Today it takes 3000 words to save one. The word of God never grows old. Because it's always alive. Exactly, it should always be alive, no matter whose speaking it, they spoke a living word to one another. It was something that was alive. They shared an experience with Christ. Alan, were they better people than us? No, God, no. They had to be special. People because they were probably worse off than we are. They might have been more honest than the American person. Well, there's a truth right there. The point I'm making is we've been talking about the early church and then we're talking about today back and forth and we're talking about Christ. This is probably a controversial. I don't think Christ wanted to be put on a pedestal. Right. I think Christ wanted to be an example to people of how you can walk with God and how you can speak his word and have a relationship with the father to me without that, it's just religion, Christ is the first born of many brethren, and he is the example the pattern son that God sent to the earth to provide a way to be created into those people that God can use in the earth. I want to give a really good example and it's back in Ezekiel 37, but I want to emphasize verse four in chapter 37 again he said to me, prophesy over these bones, and say to them, O dry bones, hear the word of the lord. Now, in Amos again, it talks about there is a famine for hearing the word. What did Jesus do when he was on earth? He spoke what he heard the father speaking. That's what Ezekiel did here. That's what he lied to do. That's what he likes it did. They are not special, even Elijah himself says, you know, basically I put my pants on one leg at a time just like you do. There are people just like we are. What we really should be hearing from this is that the father is looking for people to hear the words, so we speak that word, lord, loose ears to hear. Lord loose the people in America to hear the word of the lord. Loose the people in Africa, South America, the 7 continents. My God, loose the hearing of the word. Right. And loose those who have a prophetic word from God who are like Elijah, I stand in the presence of the lord, and by my word, it's not going to rain for three and a half years, right? That's what Elijah said. Alan, your speaking something, there's a key before you can speak a word from God. You have to have ears to hear a word from God. And if you think about think about it, what Christ said every time you spoke after as he would say, those who have ears to hear, yes, let them hear a word from God. There are a lot of people out there that are preaching. A lot of people out there that are quote speaking a word from God, and it's not a word from God, God has to create ears to hear. Our living word from God, every one of us sitting here didn't start out speaking the word of God. We sat under mentors and they were speaking a word from God, and it created the capacity within us to hear a word from God, exactly. Which then enabled us to begin to speak the word from God. Lord loose people to hear. Loose the hearing of your word father loose the hearing, and the understanding loose the hearts to understand what you're saying. Even the disciples, what did you say? They didn't get it either until after the day of Pentecost. Today there are so many men and women of God out there that are in churches and they're anointed men and women of God, and their speaking and anointed word. So here's two people sitting in the congregation. One person has ears, and when that word spoken, it hits them, it changes them. They walk in it. The other person, it goes right over their head. Yep. Same place, two different people. Well, on this podcast, we found out that having ears to hear God's word is crucial if we are those who are called to speak his word and bring his kingdom to this earth. Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is life. As this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. If you would like to contact the family with questions or topics that you would like to discuss, you can email them to living epistles at live behind the veil dot com. Stay connected, tuned in and grow with the family as the lord unveils his word to us live. Behind the veil.

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Pastor Michael Youssef on the Rise of Misled Churches

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:33 min | Last month

Pastor Michael Youssef on the Rise of Misled Churches

"Folks, welcome back. I'm talking to my friend pastor Michael youssef. He's the author of a new book never give up holding fast to biblical truth in times of danger and despair. Michael, we're talking about a number of categories of people. I mean, look, there are some people that are flat out insane and we're not really talking to those people. But we see people that have gone wrong. They've made a mistake and they've decided in some sense to compromise to make peace with the spirit of the age, as though that were possible, we know that's not possible. So some people are assiduously avoiding politics. Again, as though that you could possibly preach the gospel and avoid politics, it's preposterous and they're misleading millions, but they're also some who are genuinely going woke in major churches around America. It's even more horrifying. I know that our friend Solomon password mcclain Bible church, whatever left in 2017, and that suddenly they have a pasture that's taking them in a different direction. There are people who come to these pews. They have no idea that suddenly things have changed and they're being misled. It's genuinely horrifying. Sure. In this case, actually 40% of the congregation walked out and left. According to their statistics and their numbers, their reports. It's all documented in my book. 40%, some of them are one of the founding members back in the 60s and they wanted to have a Bible believing church and non Solomon preached the gospel without comparable. Compromise for years and even the current pastor who initially had a zeal formation, but all of a sudden his zeal for mission and evangelism almost took him the way of rob bell, who says, oh, hell is stopping people from coming to Christ. So let's say there is no help. Well, what are you going to save people from? And you're going to save them too. And as soon as we just want to talk about the love of Christ, well, for how long for this life alone, Christ left heaven came to earth, died on a cross, so that he may save us from hell and take us to heaven. Of course, you make our life meaningful and so many blessings in this life, but this just the icing on the cake, the very reason why Jesus said he came from heaven to save sinners. And if we ever give up on this, we have given up on the Christian faith

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Charlie Recaps the Three Types of Churches

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:36 min | 2 months ago

Charlie Recaps the Three Types of Churches

"You explain to us about the three churches that you're seeing? Yeah, so there's three types of churches. It's the three C's and we'll go through it and I'm going to say this rather bluntly and plainly. You know my heart. If I offend you, sorry, I guess. We're not going to be honest. We're running out of time. It's political correct stuff's a bunch of garbage, okay? So look, number one, let's start with the good, the courageous church. Good pastors like Micah. He's doing amazing job pastors at our standing up for truth. Now, the courageous church is willing to stand up against government lockdowns and tyranny. The courageous church is willing to instruct their congregation about all the decisions they have to make. How do I marry? Who do I May or marry? How do I organize my finances? Who do I vote for? Is it a good or bad thing that I'm gambling? The church must do equip the congregation, the flock, with answers about all of these otherwise confusing issues. The courageous church does not care what The New York Times says. The courageous church does not care about what the activists say. The courageous church doesn't care if people walk out of sermons because you might have said something they don't like. A courageous church does not look at success through budgets and buildings, which the most of the American church does, by the way. Instead, they say, how many souls are we winning? Are we proclaiming truth? The courageous churches the vast minority of churches in America. And just like courage in general is very hard to find. The courageous church is a growing but small community and we're trying to help grow that at TPUSA faith. The second type of church is the cowardly church. They're the church that knows what they should do, but they don't do it. And they'll say the following couple of excuses. We only do the gospel around here. So do I. And I believe the gospel is about creating disciples, not converts of all nations. And discipleship goes deep. Discipleship means you're going to quit people to make good decisions in every arena of life, including what kind of government you're going to have. Don't tell me it's unimportant. Don't tell me it doesn't matter. More people have died from bad government last hundred years than anything else. So if you don't care about government, a lot of suffering can happen as we as Christians to try to limit suffering. We should care for the least amongst us. If you have bad government oppressive government tyrannical government, look what happened in the last couple of years. The lockdowns, the suicides, the mental health issues that are all byproducts of bad government policy and the type of system that we had. The cowardly church and here's my call for a lot of you. If you have a pastor, if you are a pastor here in this audience, that refuses to speak out at all about these issues. I want to challenge you because you can make a decision immediately to go from the cowardly to the courageous.

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Suspect charged in deadly California church shooting

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Suspect charged in deadly California church shooting

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Parishioners subdue gunman in fatal California church attack

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

Parishioners subdue gunman in fatal California church attack

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Why Churches Should Have 'News Ministries'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 4 months ago

Why Churches Should Have 'News Ministries'

"I agree with you wholeheartedly that the church is the answer for the things that you were talking about today. But by and large, the church culture doesn't seem to really have the ministry and the things going on in the ministry to address those things. We got like children's ministry, singles ministry. But not things that are really geared to address the things that you discussed today. Not by and large anyway. How would Charlie Kirk consult such a church and helping them to start implementing these things? What a great question. That's a terrific question. And you basically you took my one liner right out of my mouth, which is, so we have children's ministries, some prison ministries. We have financial counseling ministries, women's ministries, men's ministries, but a lot of churches don't have ministries to be able to make to have their congregation make sense of the news. Or what's happening around them. So this is part of what we're trying to do at TPUSA faith and kind of the team that we're creating. We do once a month thing that can be done in any church at any time called freedom night in America, where it's an open setting for questions to be asked for people to come to get advice from their pastors on these issues. I'm so incredibly encouraged to hear you guys have a civic engagement ministry that's such an important step. It's awesome. That's so cool. And that's not political. That's just getting engaged in making the decisions that you want to make. So in the best case scenario, I believe a church should have a full-time pastor where their full-time job is to be the go to person for every contentious issue. So that person is the hey, raise your hand on every Sunday. You got a question about the trans issue. You got to press about CRT. That's the guy schedule lunch or coffee and their calendar all week is dealing with your needs wants and concerns and clarification. That's it.

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For churches hit by disasters, Easter brings promise of hope

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

For churches hit by disasters, Easter brings promise of hope

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When the Church Goes Quiet, Moral Truths Go Into Confusion

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:22 min | 4 months ago

When the Church Goes Quiet, Moral Truths Go Into Confusion

"When the church goes quiet, moral truths go into confusion? Pastor say, I don't do that stuff. Oh, you don't do what is a man and what is a woman? Really? What exactly do you do? Do you do what is a baby? Right? No, they don't, right? And so it gets down to what is moral on absolute truth. That's what we're fighting for, right? We as Christians, we believe that there is some unchangeable laws of nature. We also believe there was a God that put those laws of nature into existence. The founders believed it as well. The laws of nature and nature's God. But when you have someone who is a nominee for the Supreme Court, almost in a smug way, say, can I give a definition of a woman? By the way, being a woman and being only appointed to be on the Supreme Court because she's a black woman, say, you know, I'm not a biologist. That should be kind of a cultural time out for us. Like, wow. Why is it the people that used to communicate very basic things have gone silent? And that should be a warning every pastor in the country should have showed that clip to their congregation and said, listen, we don't have to over complicate this. We can go into chromosomal structure, who can have children and can't have children, but at this church, and in any Bible believing church, we believe God created man and God created women. That's a starting point instead, pastors, a lot of them are silent on that issue. So it's not even a matter. It's a matter of, are you going to talk about truth?

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God Hates Tyranny and So Does Turning Point USA!

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:13 min | 4 months ago

God Hates Tyranny and So Does Turning Point USA!

"We hate tyranny at turning point USA, and you should too. God hates tyranny. He wants you to live in freedom and in liberty. That is what Jesus is all about to set the captives free to no longer be a slave to sin to be in a position of being terrorized by your bad decisions or by your natural default in the original sin. And the same goes here in the earthly realm that we should not want anyone to live under tyranny. That a constitutional government for and by the people, separation of powers, independent judiciary, consent to the governor. These are so important for a free people to contest for. In fact, I believe we are biblically commanded to fight for such things. I believe that we should be contesting for liberty and freedom in every level. So a TPUSA faith, we are here to support the pastors that want to take those bold stands. We want to help support the churches that want to inform and educate their congregation, not even about politics, by the way. It's not even about that. It's about citizenship. It's about what is this country and why is it so important? It's about where do your rights come from. That's much more important than politics, by the way. You could put politics aside for a second. We want to create biblical, active, and informed

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Charlie Chats With Dr. Paula Price, Founder of Price University

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:48 min | 5 months ago

Charlie Chats With Dr. Paula Price, Founder of Price University

"Hey everybody, Charlie Kirk here. We are at the national radio broadcast association here in Nashville, Tennessee and you meet all sorts of wonderful people at these types of conventions and they come on your show and you learn from them. So with us right now is a new friend. Doctor Paula price, founder of price university. Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thank you for having me. I'm looking forward to it. Great. Nothing but sparkling things about you. So we're going to have a blast. You've been talking to my relatives. Well, I'm not actually that's not true. Not all of my relatives would say that about me. So doctor price introduce yourself to our audience. Well, I am doctor Paula price. I have a church administrator called well actually called the embassy on the pastor and founder of congregation of the mighty where God's lands and I am the founder of price university author of the prophet's dictionary prophets handbook. I have a talk show called taking it on with Paula price. I train leaders and ministers around the world. So you're an underachiever, basically. You have a school, you have a church, you have the whole thing. So your outspoken Christian, you know, you believe in the natural law. I'm also the state committee appointment for Republican Party district one in Oklahoma. In Oklahoma. Oklahoma. Well, that's awesome. So let me just kind of ask you, we can kind of go from there, kind of go from this sort of topic, which is traditionally in the last couple of decades, the black community is not conservative, not Republican. What is your theory as to why that is the case? Well, I actually have a historical fact on that black Americans were Republican until Nixon. Nixon refused an audience with Martin Luther King, and because he did Martin Luther King, went to Kennedy, and Kennedy gave them the platform. So he took and brought black America under the Nixon was vice president. Yeah, well, part of that. Nixon was president after Kennedy was. I know, but when he wanted to have a meeting for him to back them, according to a book I read, I could be wrong. No, I know it would make sense because it would be in the 50s when Nixon was Eisenhower's vice president. Right. And the reason that I say that is because everybody talks about how we only voted Republican. Yes, that's right. Because of Martin Luther King, he shifted us to vote democratic. Got it. So would you think that mainly in the black community, their values are conservative in nature? Yeah, we are very conservative, but the issue is we don't, and I talk to on us because Republicans since I was 18. I've never been anything else. I mean, I did not like the way the Democrats were running and my neighborhood and my community. So I didn't. But I do know that we feel like we're ignored or we're misunderstood or we are pretty much not

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How Patrick Coffin Deduced That Pope Francis Is an Anti-Pope

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:26 min | 5 months ago

How Patrick Coffin Deduced That Pope Francis Is an Anti-Pope

"Is it possible to undo something if somebody puts if the Pope puts something out in an encyclical? You're saying it's binding, that he is the Pope and that there is somehow infallibility enters into that. So is it possible that something like that could ever be reversed because it's possible in American law, but now we're not talking about American law. We're not talking about the Supreme Court. We're talking about a higher court for Catholics. So how does that work? I enjoy using the Supreme Court analogy because it's pretty, it's a pretty clear analogy that you have the written text, in this case, the Bible, in that case, the constitution. Then you have this living body that's interpreting it. Where the analogy breaks down, is that the truth claim of the Catholic Church is that she's the unique church founded by Jesus Christ, the Christ has one bride, one lord one faith, one baptism. And if one Pope contradicts a previous Pope, that is the end of Catholicism. That means it's all. The answer is my question. I thought that's what we're dealing with here. And this is why it is important for you in making this case and you're saying, if this Pope behaves in that way, then you're saying logically, if I'm to believe that the church is the church, then I have to believe that maybe it's possible, in fact he's not the Pope. And so that's the case you're making right now. That's the journey that I took to get to this conclusion, Eric, but this is a very important issue you're raising. The fact that Pope Francis has said things that are crazy loopy, hard left, socialist communist, in bed with all the enemies of John Paul the second and all previous popes. That's just confirmatory evidence. That is not the kill shot. The kill shot is he who would renounce the papacy must renounce the office, its canon three three 2.2. Don't believe me, canon three three 2.2. Some very first sentence. That word monas was put in there by John Paul the second in 1983 with the help of Joseph ratzinger himself when he was the prefect of the congregation for the doctrine of the faith. I don't know why. I don't know if that's providential, but that's the word you must use or that the concept has to be

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"congregation  " Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 5 months ago

"congregation " Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Front of a congregation microphone in her hand leaning back giving it everything The entire congregation is calling out clapping laughing crying giving praise Unlike his wife a friend sits quietly in a folding chair He's a and says exposure to all those chemicals has made him sick And in spite of central romana's promise to provide free healthcare to workers he says he has to pay for much of it himself All that is pushed him into spiraling debt Yes I have I borrow money I borrow money from people Yes A lot And so afraid now owes 30,000 pesos about $600 or nearly three months pay The lender is charging him 10% per week 1000 pesos so you have to give this person 100 peso every week Interest yes Over a year that works out to 520% interest It's all connected Substandard medical care requires borrowing more money And that pushes families more deeply into debt And with no legal papers there's really nowhere else to find work I have since had a bunch Noni says we have to pay people We took money from It's never enough We believe in me with this song We spoke with more than two dozen cane workers who told us their low salaries forced them into the hands of money lenders who operated nearby towns If rain told us it's a brutal cycle The cane cutters are in debt until they die I asked central romana about this a spokesman said in an email that like other companies central romana has no control over the borrowing habits of its workers Noni finds all this bitterly ironic given who is supplying the sugar that feeds our habit.

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Megan Basham: How the Gov't Used Evangelical Leaders to Spread Covid Propaganda

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:20 min | 6 months ago

Megan Basham: How the Gov't Used Evangelical Leaders to Spread Covid Propaganda

"Meghan welcome to the program. Thanks for having me. Happy to be here. What you wrote is so important, it is horrifying, it's scandalous. So let's just start with. The central thesis. But then I want to ask you how it is that you came to write about it. But what is this for people listening and folks trust me, this is very important, so please listen carefully. But Megan, tell us, what is the central thesis of the article? Well, if you're someone who's been following the major news cycle, you've seen probably revelations that doctor Anthony Fauci and doctor Francis Collins, the head of the national Institutes of health, leaked, there were emails that leaked that revealed that they were suppressing information about some important COVID facts that we now believe it probably leaked from a lab, we now have a lot of good evidence that masks were not that helpful. It's evolving every day. And so essentially the thesis is that the federal government, particularly Frances Collins in his role at the NIH, used his reputation as a man of great Christian faith and his connections and friendships with a lot of Christian leaders to come into churches and urge pastors to use their platforms to spread the narrative. He wanted spread to their congregations. This is a big deal, I'll say it again and again, again, in case anybody is not tracking what you write about in this article, which is a daily wire is scandalous. It's horrifying. And what happens to me whenever I read something like this is first I'm scandalized, but the same time I'm doubly scandalized by the fact that others haven't written about it that we're told we're not supposed to talk about this. It makes me angry as an American, certainly as a Christian infuriates me, disgusts me that we're living at a time when it takes this long for someone like you for the daily wire, which is not a Christian news site, but a standard place where journalism gets done to do something about this to write something

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UK police arrest another 2 men over Texas hostage siege

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

UK police arrest another 2 men over Texas hostage siege

"British British British British police police police police say say say say they've they've they've they've arrested arrested arrested arrested another another another another two two two two men men men men in in in in the the the the investigation investigation investigation investigation into into into into the the the the hostage hostage hostage hostage taking taking taking taking incident incident incident incident a a a a Texas Texas Texas Texas synagogue synagogue synagogue synagogue earlier earlier earlier earlier this this this this month month month month counter counter counter counter terrorism terrorism terrorism terrorism policing policing policing policing north north north north west west west west say say say say the the the the two two two two men men men men were were were were arrested arrested arrested arrested in in in in the the the the northern northern northern northern English English English English city city city city of of of of Manchester Manchester Manchester Manchester I'm I'm I'm I'm a a a a being being being being held held held held for for for for questioning questioning questioning questioning but but but but it's it's it's it's not not not not yet yet yet yet been been been been charged charged charged charged please please please please not not not not disclosed disclosed disclosed disclosed any any any any details details details details about about about about the the the the two two two two men men men men the the the the rest rest rest rest came came came came more more more more than than than than a a a a week week week week off off off off to to to to a a a a British British British British man man man man Malek Malek Malek Malek Faisal Faisal Faisal Faisal Akram Akram Akram Akram took took took took four four four four people people people people hostage hostage hostage hostage at at at at the the the the congregation congregation congregation congregation Beth Beth Beth Beth Israel Israel Israel Israel synagogue synagogue synagogue synagogue Akram Akram Akram Akram was was was was killed killed killed killed by by by by multiple multiple multiple multiple gunshot gunshot gunshot gunshot wounds wounds wounds wounds all all all all four four four four hostages hostages hostages hostages were were were were unharmed unharmed unharmed unharmed on on on on January January January January twenty twenty twenty twenty but but but but she's she's she's she's police police police police also also also also detained detained detained detained two two two two men men men men for for for for questioning questioning questioning questioning as as as as part part part part of of of of the the the the same same same same probe probe probe probe the the the the men men men men were were were were released released released released with with with with no no no no further further further further action action action action I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor this this this this month month month month

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Professor Michael Eric Dyson Gets More Divisive Over Republicans Not Trusting Election Results

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 6 months ago

Professor Michael Eric Dyson Gets More Divisive Over Republicans Not Trusting Election Results

"You wonder why America's divided Well maybe because they give cooks Like med them professor Michael Eric Dyson a platform Here he is on Saturday Cadet go It is a shame and atrocious that 13% of Republicans believe that the election was stolen This is the trumpeting of a Trump who refuses to accept the fact that he lost fair and square And so the big lie has been amplified in states even that mister Trump went after when you think about Arizona or Georgia even in Pennsylvania These Republicans strongholds at least in terms of the officials there said no we are not the ones who engaged in stratagems of suppression and that the vote couldn't be trusted But here we find out As soon as the votes have been certified and democracy took place in a reasonable fashion they turn around to introduce laws that will that will powerfully suppress the vote of African American people And we know for instance among many Republicans they have the same outlook that Mitch McConnell does He said that African Americans vote in the same numbers that Americans do Wait a minute When were we part of a different nation When were black people part of an other congregation of voices who were outside of the precincts and Providence of American democracy We know that there is a sense of black people as the other and these stratagems deployed by Republicans reveal their beliefs essentially about black citizenship not being legitimate Got that folks Why all the division Why are they hatred why all the race baiting Well you just heard it here

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"congregation  " Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"congregation " Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

"Years. I'm just tired of brushing my teeth. I'm never going to brush my teeth again for the remaining number of my days. Well a person might say that a person might reason that way but obviously that's not going to be a very good choice if you hope to continue to use your teeth for the rest of your years or someone says well. I think i value my teeth. I'm simply not willing to take a bath. I'm not going to take a shower for the rest of my days. People can just stand down win what you might be able to get away with it but again that's probably not going to work out very well. We need to use that patience. We need to have that endurance. We need to continue to do things. Or here's another person and actually saw. Some people live in this way at least time. The apparently got tired of taking out the trash so they were eating off paper plates and they begin to flame the plates and the pizza boxes and everything else and they just created a big pyramid in the middle of the living room in an apartment before they left. Well that was a trash eat. It looked like a trash heap. It's smelled like a trash heap and it was a dump in an apartment. You have to be patient. As far as taking out the trash and that's also true with the christian life. There are some basic things that we have to do as we think about i run things nine twenty four and twenty five and this running. The paul tells us that we need to do. We also need to have focus. Paul as he looks at the corinthians he says i was focused when it came to the carinthian congregation when we think about athletes. They may focus on what they're eating. It may not be what they want to eat. They may focus on what they shouldn't eat and they do avoid those things. Athletes may focus on what they need to drink and what they need to avoid. The focus of the athlete is such where whatever would interfere with my crane. Whatever is going to stop me from achieving the end result. I will not do that. I have my eyes on the price of the speak. And i will stay focused when we think about a marathon runner. We're thinking about someone who has specific goals specific plans. They have an end game so to speak. If that marathon runner has specific goals and plans and those things are that they can reach by that planning. How much more should that be true for a christian as paul as he deals with the corinthians he says i want you to know that i was focused on something for squinting chapter tune versus to backing up just a little bit. He said for i determined. I decided when i came to court. I did not want to know anything among you accept christ and him crucified. Paul said as a preacher. When i came to court. I was zero and not on seeing the great buildings. This wasn't a tourist trip. This wasn't just to meet some new friends. Paul said i came with a specific message. I wanted to share. I wanted to declare for you. The message of jesus christ. I wanted to see you leave. The problem of sin come into a relationship with christ and progress along the christian life. That's why i had one agenda when i came. And that's why i did one thing. I preached christ policy tells the corinthians about his life. He says i dedicated myself. I've committed myself. I determined that. I was going to truly live the christian life..

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"congregation  " Discussed on CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"congregation " Discussed on CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

"A future and we were having a serious conversation of do we do. We shudder bankruptcy. We go back to seattle. We go to the farm on whidbey island. Where where what do we do. How do we do it. And you know we took some time and built a deck and did some work on our house and put our heads down and just toughed it out. And there's the end of the tunnel still long tunnel obviously and for our listeners now to hopefully Assist in some of that light at the end and want to get your coffee. How do they get to you either by website email. Or how does that happen. You have the website. Congregation coffee dot com and we you know we're roasting we're back to roasting three times a week now before the pandemic we were roasting every day. We're scaling back up to three times a week. So worshiping fresh coffee. And i mean that's been huge for us to the online business really helped us especially in the beginning of the pandemic teacher and the fight through all this. Now you have regulars in new orleans the the restaurants that use apply to and then your online presence is is growing. it's growing. Yeah like. I say it definitely grew at the beginning of the pandemic and those people stuck around and then hopefully will continue to grow. I kind of see that being one of the futures for our company is a robust online. Business elliott you have For all of our listeners today. gm codes that They could order your coffee. That might give them a little bit of a discount. Yeah we'll do. The ccc are s. We'll be the code and we'll do free shipping on that awesome awesome and we have a just nothing but gratitude for you as a small business. What you're doing and We want our listeners to chat down right now and go to congregation. Coffee dot com and I'm thinking the. I actually all three of the alligator walks sound pretty interesting to me so And our tastes tend to be all over the place. We just love good coffee. We like the the consistency as well as the fun stops so When we get done with this interview we'll be ordering our share and Yeah i hope that Things continue to turn around for you and we're glad that just stuck out great and we're happy you're here for us and we look forward to senior listeners or some coffee and i'll get through the other you know we will and in. There is a glimmer at the end of the tunnel and as you said you're roasting three times a week now and i can only imagine that gonna continue. Hey you can start giving out immunizations at the cafe. Starbucks is going to be handling. It talked about that. Yeah it was like well. Hey if you need an immunization in new orleans maybe maybe he's can start a sub segment. Great oh elliott. It was great to talk to you. And thank you your partner also for keeping things rolling with you because boy that does mean a lot and thank. Thank her for allowing us to steal you for this period of.

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"congregation  " Discussed on CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"congregation " Discussed on CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

"Country coughing role. Are you adopting a french sounding. Name for this episode. Toots larry perry good very good. I'm sure i'm sure are french-speaking listeners. Will be most impressed with your your accent on that. That's that's great. Welcome to the cross country coffee road show season three back on the road again. The virtual edition with your hosts. Dan linda mcgarry. Welcome to this week's edition of the cross country coffee roadshow congregation coffee new orleans louisiana. Good morning good afternoon. Good evening good night and lese labonte ruwais to all of our listeners in louisiana the good times roll and this week we are at congregation. Coffee in new orleans or new orleans or norlin. There we go yes exactly. We got it right congregation. Hey the new yet. Lendu hallelujah hallelujah. No not that kind of congregation congregation no congregation. My question is are alligators catholic and we talked about parishes in louisiana that we would call counties here and We learned a little bit about what a congregation is. And it doesn't have religious overtones after all turns out. I expected congregation to be a holier than now coffee company. So a holier than thou coffee company Yeah that wasn't a congregation that we were talking about. We ended up talking about the kind of congregation that can be associated with louisiana. And just how do you get away from an alligator. The answer would be get near the alligator in the first place. That would be what i would say. But what what. What's your answer for. Getting away from the alligator. Oh my question is why. Would you even want to go on an alligator walk and is it a walk walk or a walk run gallop trot There's a lot of. There's a lot of things that we find out about alligators that we didn't realize it and what a relaxed interview we had with elliott He was kind enough to give up a saturday morning for us for this interview. What a great coffee place. he hasn't. What a great story has it all started with a three mile. Walk to work with no coffee. In between and for a lot of the country there is a three mile walk and it might not be coffee and between release great. Coffee the heck would you leave seattle. Where there's all things coffee and had to new orleans and in new orleans..

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"congregation  " Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"congregation " Discussed on KCRW

"The beginning of Russia Tiana, the Jewish New Year, But like so many things this year, it will be punctuated by the challenges and uncertainty brought by the Corona virus pandemic. We called up several rabbis to hear about their preparations ahead of this evening. We start in New York with Orthodox Rabbi Aaron Glatt. His congregation is young Israel of Woodmere, and he's also an epidemiologist, he says it is crucial to celebrate safely. How we act during high holidays in a more practical way, not just in a spiritually, of course the spiritually it doesn't change. Maybe more so than in other years. What we physically dio during the high holidays will determine outcomes for people whether they'll have a happy healthy year or Heather to do the opposite. When we caught up with Rabbi Sarah Fort of Congregation Beth Yeah, Sharon, who's in Houston, she was thinking about her message. When I was in rabbinical school, I was taught you always you give the sermon that you need to hear. And the thing about all of us Even rabbis is that we're all living through the same pandemic that everybody else is. Michael Copeland is a rabbi in California who's congregation caters to the LGBTQ community It's called are Zahav. She says her sermon will try to help those coping with loss. We're dealing with not only coded but dealing with fires here that have taken people's homes and so high holidays comes along in a time when people are already holding a tremendous amount of loss and how we begin to process what they're holding. Rabbi Shalom A. Levy of Beth Elohim, a black synagogue in Queens, says it is all about looking inside yourself. This new year is beginning on a note of reckoning with dealing with this pandemic, and we're dealing with an epidemic of races and Russia. Shauna traditionally starts that period where it involves deep introspection about what's going on in your life and in the world. But while it's been a painful year for all Americans, Rabbi Micah Greenstein of Temple Israel and Memphis says Russia Shauna still carries the same meaning it always has. It's never too late. To become a better version of yourself than you were before. So if we can just help everyone connect and know that they're not alone, then it will be the most successful. An impactful and meaningful holidays of our lives. Surely a message. We can all learn from Shana Tova to all who celebrate This is NPR news on this Friday. You are listening to K C R W State.

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"congregation  " Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"congregation " Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Who would say and would you say yourself that man I left this place too early Or stayed in this place too long. In is there any mediating way that you would suggest that churches and people in Churches? Who see that say this guy needs to go verses wow. This gag needs not to go how do you deal with that in your own life? Yeah for ME I. Bang my head on the wall because I. Never thought I. Stayed Long Enough and I could never figure that out. I would look at people who are in Church for thirty years and say, why can't I do that? You know why can't I stay twenty thirty years. And but then I discovered I was wired more prophetically and when you're. I remember taking this assessment by Alan. Hirsch onto fivefold gifts in. came out like off the charts prophetic and it basically says, well, if you last more than five years in a church, be thankful because. No prophets are always questioning the status quo right? They're always pushing the envelope, and so I think for me, I needed to recognize at a younger age at a prophetic ministry is by nature short-term. And But then more of a shepherd. Shepherding Pass sorrel ministry shepherded ministry shepherded teaching ministry can often be long term as long as a person has. Still Learning and growing and. But there are some pastors who say well beyond their time and part of that is because we don't have strong measurements of success we don't measure success. Who We just want to say, well, the only the Lord knows especially reform people, right. I mean we're so big on the sovereignty in Providence of God you know we just preached a word. We let the Lord, the Holy Spirit take it from there. So. Yeah but you know you haven't had a you haven't had a baptism in ten years I mean. What's going on here? Okay. So let me just throw this back at your face since a lot of people may not know what the reform tradition is for us. The expression of that and Orange County was the crystal Cathedral. People. You're people and yet I bet the controversy at the time throughout the life of the crystal. Cathedral where people within the church looking at it throwing stones which. Was Not a good thing and people from the outside a lot of times role, their eyes and go, and there's just another showman news just you know whipping up a crowd and now it doesn't exist anymore and right how much have you found people saying see that's what happens when you do start using measurement tools when you do start. Do the last. Well what does last I mean. Why does value a blasting? Why do? Why do we value a a church lasts for so many years I mean. Granted, you know Europe Church planter, you know lasting five years as an. When you're church planner. See I, get it you know Schuler Bob Shuler's episodic kind of guy and did great things and most of the criticism. Failed and insecure bales, our own insecurities but. Yeah. I get that But still. How do we know where effective and making disciples if we don't have any measurements? I know but that's what I'm getting at I. Think you know how do not only we measure is talking inside Church people but how does it individual measure their struggles in the same regard because I know a lot of people that I deal with say I'm really interested in spiritual things I am not really interested in church politics probably already turned off the radio or not interested in this show because that inside. Stuff just is not fun I wanNA talk about God. I WanNa talk about my relationships with people. I want to talk about how this?.

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"congregation  " Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"congregation " Discussed on Daily Detroit

"To open our doors. So what was kind of like the theory of putting all this stuff together because I see a mix match of things that are all modules to the church pews. I see kind of like some well taken care of but kind of up cycled furniture things like that. Was there kind of an aesthetic that you were thinking of when you're putting together? Our first and foremost thing is that we really want to be a community space so somewhere that our neighbors can come and feel comfortable whether it's their first time earthers hundredth time coming in this space And also our theory is an extension of your living room. You can come here and just hang out. You can pop your computer at a table. You can sit on a couch and read a book Really having that versatility for any purpose that you might have. And so when they come here to check this out. What are they going to be able to enjoy? Because I understand. There's coffee but there's boost right sure is so we have a full coffee menu so with all your fancy espresso drinks As well as a full bar so we will have beer wine and cocktails a great variety. an ever changing as well and then. I love a simple food program so sandwiches Salads soups and things of that nature but also a lot of local fresh pastries and baked goods from rate within our community. So how did you get involved in kind of the hospitality and all of that because it really seems like you're the person who's kind of putting the nuts and bolts together of this program so for the last five years I've been working with Great Lakes coffee on the wholesale portion of their business Starting other businesses and helping them with equipment selection layout many creation costing training all of that but my family and my background is always been in food and beverage something that I always knew that I probably stay within So it was exciting when we came up with this idea. I knew that I really wanted to be heavily involved in the day to day and just making sure that it was success for us and for our community. What are you most excited about with opening space? Because I mean we've got this beautiful main like it used to be the sanctuaries what you'd call it and then you've got this amazing deck with like kind of bleacher seating and all kinds of stuff. What is kind of your overall vision around this property? Probably the most exciting part of everything that we were doing is figuring out the programming. That's happening in the space everyday is going to be a different day. So of course we'll always have. Our coffee will always have our drinks and our food program but really bringing in the community element so local artists rotating on the walls. Local musicians We have tons of really cool ideas for the outside when the weather is permitting so from Craft Fairs and Beer Garden style events and then also just people being able to come and enjoy the deck. We Have Beautiful Gordon Park across the street so parents can come and watch their kids play while they're sitting having a glass of wine outside so there's a lot of opportunity here and we really want to welcome anyone and everyone whether you're a group of five or a group of twenty five. I'm you can come and enjoy the space and then downstairs. You've got stuff going on too. That's pretty exciting. Yes Oh are lower level. We're kind of reserving that for anyone who has larger groups Especially community oriented events. We've talked to a lot of fitness. Instructors about doing regular fitness activities like Zuma and yoga as well as just different workshops so from resume writing to grief counseling and things of that nature But also a great place for private events so birthday parties bridal showers. You name it. You can really use that space for anything well and obviously you live closer being in Boston. Edison but I mean the studio is just down Claremont so this is very much within biking distance. How important is it to have walkable by Kebab places to go to? Because that's one of the things I found. You know moving to this part of town that you were just a little bit too far away from different hot spots and I feel like this. They have the chance to serve like a really big need. Sure so actually. One of the biggest drawbacks when we were looking to buy our home in the neighborhood was the fact that there wasn't anything for us to walk to. Luckily I fell in love with her house so we ended up buying. And then we came up with this idea and No one else was doing it. So we're like let's create the space. We've had nothing but positive feedback from our media neighbors Boston. Associations been extremely supportive We've really engaged a lot of people on Atkinson's since we part of their historic district and then really trying to reach out to everybody and anybody in the North End and Virginia Park in Lasalle Gardens. When are we looking at possibly opening? I know there's kind of one more hurdle to jump right. Yes Sir way on one last thing and it's just a waiting game so Which we should have any day now. Our official grand opening is slotted for March fifth. So we'll have a lot of really cool things going on here more so than what we would normally have in a given day but will have a ribbon cutting and we actually have a really cool Final piece going onto our large window on the front and so it's kind of a bigger reveal for that but we're hoping to have maybe a little bit before that so you kind of have to be in the know to get some insiders information of when we're actually going to be open but we hope to be open Within the next week or so and when you are open what are the days hours When you shifting to the cocktail program all that kind of stuff so when we are fully open and functioning we will be open days a week. Monday through Thursday. We're looking at seven. Am to nine PM. Friday and Saturday. We'll be about seven to ten and then Sunday's we're looking at nine to six. Well thank you so much for opening your doors and everyone make sure to check out the pictures daily Detroit dot com and good luck. Thank you so much and we're done for today. Thanks so much for listening to your daily Detroit. We very much appreciate it as always if you have story ideas tips or feedback hit us up at daily Detroit at g mail dot com with that. I'm Cheyenne no SERENI. And I'm Jerry stays to care of each other and let's make a better Detroit together. Some of the projects include Zo. She's gift gift shop a gift shop. This shop where you can buy gifts or gifts. What is jobs for gifts always up for interpretation?.

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"congregation  " Discussed on Oportuno

Oportuno

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"congregation " Discussed on Oportuno

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"congregation  " Discussed on Oportuno

Oportuno

06:23 min | 2 years ago

"congregation " Discussed on Oportuno

"I wanted to share with you this story. About how my father viewed. Elvis. Presley. Much differently. After, knowing more about him from his visit. To Elvis Presley's home. Graceland. In Memphis Tennessee. I also think. We all we'll view people much differently. Once we get to know them. Knowing. They are not perfect. And have needs and wants. The same as we all. Are Not Perfect. And have needs and wants. Once you turn on your compassion radar. Heaven you connect with people. That, need love and help. Along your travels through your life. You get better. At knowing who? How And Win, to. Minister to others. As you know. I have a podcast which you're listening to right now. Try to keep business cards on me. If I made a person I feel my benefit from podcast. Website. Or Youtube Channel. I give them my business card. Having basic information. Such as my. Website address. Name phone number and email address. It's not a must. You should have a business card. But if you want to reconnect with someone. Or you have something you'd like to share on line. A business card is a handy tool to leave with some on. My website. Opportunity or Also, tells about several Christian ministries helping children. If someone felt called to help out with one of the children's ministries on my website. A business card is very helpful to provide them. So, they can learn more. About the children's ministries. And hopefully. Be Able to help. The Christians. Children Ministry somehow. To make a difference. For the voter in a child's life. Can Be one of the most rewarding things you've ever experienced. There are several. Children's ministries own our opportunity dot org website. Offering you the opportunity to sponsor a child. Monthly. One of the ministries is. Ambassador. To The nation's Clear you can sponsor a child. For only ten dollars monthly. Where that ten dollars provides. A. Christian education. And other basic needs. In a Christian School In Nicaragua South America. In. Episode twelve of this opportunity podcast. It provides information. About this children's ministry ambassadors to the nation's. Another children's ministry is keenum lighters children's center. School and orphanage. Where you can sponsor. A child for thirty five dollars monthly. To provide a Christian school. In a home. For the school children that are orphaned. Kingdom Lighters Children's, ministry. In Uganda. Africa. Currently has over seventy children. They provide a Christian School for. With about one third of the children being orphans. That are provided a home. As well as a Christian school. They can. Educate And House a child. For thirty five dollars monthly. There go is to have each child sponsor. FOR THIRTY FIVE DOLLARS MONTHLY? So their school. Food and housing needs will be met. If you feel like you just are not making a difference in someone's life. Sponsoring a child oil truly. Be a blessing not only for the child. But for you. To, learn more about these two children's ministries..

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"congregation  " Discussed on Oportuno

Oportuno

07:12 min | 2 years ago

"congregation " Discussed on Oportuno

"You beginning to get the message I'm trying to share with you. That message is that you are here to minister to others. And Your congregation are all those in the world. That you come in contact with. It's a wonderful thing to know. That you have the opportunity. To serve others everywhere. Not just an a congregation specific people. In a specific location. Your congregation of people you minister to is not limited to just one church. One location. But the congregation of people you minister to Is everyone that got places before your path. During your daily walk of life. This perspective. That year to Minister to people where ever you are in your life. Provide you limitless opportunities. To Minister to others. And the Bible and book of John. Chapter One Versus six through seven. Reads as follows. If, we say that we have fellowship with him. And walk in darkness. We lie and do. Not The truth. But if we walk into light. As he is in the light. We have fellowship one with another. And a blood of Jesus Christ. His son. Cleanser. US, of all sin. End of quote. It's in relationship with the body of Christ. That we encourage each other. And filled each other. Known the body of Christ is not just a local congregation. In one place in the world. But body of Christ is made up of every believer. Everywhere. provides. Opportunities for you to Minister to your congregation. With your congregation. Being all those you come into contact with. To Minister to ask Christians. Body of Christ. Artists share the message of the cost of Jesus Christ. To those that have not accepted Jesus Christ. As their Lord and Savior. It's easy to come up with many excuses. Why you would neglect. To Minister to others. Cheering your travels through life. especially. Minister to random strangers. It may even be you don't feel worthy enough to minister to others. Just, know that everyone. Is Not Perfect. Not You. And not the ones you'll be ministering to. A quote. By the Russian novelist Leo Tolstoy. Spelled. B. O.. T. O. L.. Sto Why Reads as follows. And? Arrogant person considers himself. Perfect. This is a chief harm of arrogance. It interferes with a person's main task in life. Becoming a better person. End of quote. Truth is. With your imperfections. You'll be a better witness and help to others. Rather than having an arrogant. Better than thou attitude. When helping others Just, be yourself. Help others when you can. And do it with the love of Christ. For All the right reasons. The attitude. Of the Golden Rule. Do. UNTO others. As you'd have him do unto you. Spoken about Jesus and the Bible. Invoke of Matthew. Chapter. Seven. Verse Twelve. which reads as follows. Therefore. All things whatsoever. Ye would. That men should duty you. Do Ye even so to them. For this is the law and the prophets. End of quote. As you travel in life. Bisher to minister to others. As you would want them to minister to you. If you were in their shoes. And remember the saying. Walk a mile in his moccasins. With this quote inspired by the following poem. Originally. entitled. Judge softly. With this poem now known as. Walk a mile in his moccasins. By. Mary t laugh rap. I spelled. M. A. R. Y.. Middle initial t and the.

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"congregation  " Discussed on Oportuno

Oportuno

08:41 min | 2 years ago

"congregation " Discussed on Oportuno

"This, podcast at. Is An effort to help you realize. That Christians are called and sent to share the gospel of Jesus Christ. And Minister to the needs of others in their congregation. With their congregation including. Everyone thing me. Everywhere, along life's journey. topper tuna. twisty. Your congregation. You. Do. You ever desire your life to be a blessing. The lives of people. You know you could do more. Be More to help others. But feel like you don't believe you have what it takes in a way of time. Money. And abilities to adequately. Minister to others. As Christians. We are one with the body of. Christ. Helping other Christians is helping us also. As, we are all in the same. Body of Christ. In the Bible. and. The book of Romans Chapter Twelve. Verse Five. Reads as follows. So we. Being many. Are One body in Christ. And every one. Members. One of another. End, of quote. When you begin to realize that our congregation of Christians. Is. Not just a particular denomination. That mates in a specific location. But our congregation. Encompasses. Every Christian. Everywhere. Your everyday encounters with other people. What take on new meaning and purpose? I like being. And the largest congregation of believers. That congregation made up of every, Christian. Everywhere. and. It's not just Christians that need your help. Showing. The world. Whether they are Christians, are not. They, love and compassion of Christ in us. By helping them. Will be an example of Christ. In us. Providing US OPPORTUNITIES TO SHARE The gospel of Christ. With. Others. Because of our Christian example. You rarely can go very far as you travel onus earth. Until you meet someone. Needing a helping hand. For the a Christian. A member into body of Christ. Or? Someone we can share the gospel of Christ with. A good thought to have. When helping others? Is The wisdom and the following quote by Booker T. Washington..

"congregation  " Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"congregation " Discussed on KTRH

"The congregation at this morning's eleven o'clock service at Lakewood church pastor Joel Goldstine us stood next to him as he discussed his journey back to god and when I was at my lowest points you know god was there with me and firing me and I remember sitting in the the hospital in UCLA after having a mental breakdown and is documentations of me drawing a church and writing sort of churches in the Middle Calabasas the audio courtesy of our TV partner channel to wife Kim Kardashian was sitting on the congregation next to Texas lieutenant governor Dan Patrick west is currently like this minute in concert at lake would with his choir Democrat John bill Edwards is re elected for a second term as governor of Louisiana Casey Stengel has more it's a pretty big upset for Republicans here in Louisiana because this is a ruby red state there was this big campaign push to get your neighbor out to vote to get Louisiana back to your conservative roots really working hard to take back the governor's mansion from the incumbent Democrat John bell ad words but the Democrats really mobilize themselves and the crowd of supporters proved that last night Edwards defeated Republican and he responded with fifty one percent of the vote Texas Republican congressman John Radcliffe discusses the first week of impeachment hearings he's on fox's Sunday morning futures this is such an unfair per SS I think everyone sees that Republicans are are dealing with a an inquiry where we have not just one but two hands tied behind our back despite that the Democrats are still losing in a case where we talk about impeaching a president it should be clear it should be egregious and it should be bipartisan and it's none of those things the question of the center of the impeachment investigation is whether president trump withheld military aid to Ukraine as a power play there's some new movies making the top box office hit list Ford versus Ferrari a racing drama road into the weekend with Oscar buzz for stars Chris should bail and Matt Damon the movie dramatizes the Ford motor company's push to one see the perennial power Ferrari in nineteen sixty six Henry Ford jacket wanted to build the greatest risk of the world's ever seen when the twenty four hours but to take I'll take some money came by you can buy.

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"congregation  " Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"congregation " Discussed on KTRH

"For the congregation at this morning's eleven o'clock service at Lakewood church pastor Joel stain stood by him as he discussed his journey back to god and when I was you know in my lowest points you know god was there with the virus and I remember sitting in the hospital in UCLA after having a mental breakdown and is documentations of me drawing a church and writing started churches in the Middle Calabasas audio was courtesy of our TV partner channel to wife Kim Kardashian was senator McConnell seated in the congregation next to Texas lieutenant governor Dan Patrick Texas Republican congressman John Radcliffe discusses the first week of impeachment hearings he tells fox is Sunday morning futures why he thinks the impeachment probe is a sham this is such an unfair process I think everyone sees that Republicans are are dealing with a an inquiry where we have not just one but two hands tied behind our back despite that the Democrats are still losing in a case where we talk about impeaching a president it should be clear it should be egregious and it should be bipartisan and it's none of those things the question at the center of the impeachment investigations is whether president trump with held military aid to Ukraine as a power play president trump is coming back to Texas this week on Wednesday he'll be in Austin news on demand at KJRH dot com next updates at five thirty breaking news as it happens hi Sally Adams on Houston's news weather and traffic station newsradio seven forty KJRH parts of this program feature actor portrayals.

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"congregation  " Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"congregation " Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Of everyone in the congregation towards god right because the cantor he's supposed to know the liturgy very well to be able to chanting he grew to be able to know all the traditional melodies and to elevate the spirit of everyone else so so that that that that that backward Warrick that involves a lot of music obviously because as you said music is a great great tool to do that I think that's the main job of the cancer however in the modern world the can't Kantor's do all all kinds of other things as well they are partnering with the rabbi a leaders spiritual leaders of the congregation they're involved in education specifically the bar meet about process which is training that thirteen year old boys and girls to to chance from the from the holy sweet and to feel comfortable participating and leading the service they are also involved in pastoral work right date that the cancers are connected personally too many people in the congregation and they are there for the their good and bad moment and sister cities of the three main areas of campus today do with as they said the focus on the music you know you are also privileged to work with a great rabbi I refer to my office a visionary rabbi Elliot cost growth who has come to Park Avenue synagogue in really has energized the community there are people who are coming there who for years were disconnected and found a home at Park Avenue thanks to him and thanks to you so what I want to know is I found years ago when I was growing up you go to the synagogue very often you sit there and listen to the cantor as I got older I recognize that it's gonna be more than just a listening experience is gonna be participatory people want to engage in the service and even those who don't read Hebrew will be singing with you right as part of their engagement in the service you find that change is very important that people don't just want to sit back and be spectators yeah absolutely people want to be engaged in different people engaging and wait and I think rob by what you mentioned that that the change in that they think is also has to do really with the change of what Judaism actually needing to people because if you did the mean to people.

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"congregation  " Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"congregation " Discussed on KSFO-AM

"From the San Francisco Bay area. This is talk radio five sixty start your week off right with Brian Sussman and Katie green. You just heard the top of the news people, come control. This is all about gun control. Well, keep in mind this synagogue shooting. It may have escalated further word not for the fact that a gun was used to help thwart this crime. Stop this criminal in his tracks. There was a member of that congregation that had a firearm. And members of the congregation saying that that gun was responsible for keeping this thing from going going further south, we'll talk about that this morning here on case of hope. It's five minutes past seven o'clock. Bryant szeswith you second half of the program begins right up. Katie green is off. But marcus. He's got the traffic for us right now. Well, the Chilton auto body traffic desk, tough dry for the Nimitz. Another wreck and Hayward southbound before Whipple motorcycle down left lane blocked. It is solid from a street. Meantime, northbound eight eighty rights at the ninety off ramp installed truck in the right lane has traffic backed up to sixty sixty my consider using westbound five eighty instead to get out towards the maze. Westbound five eighty two the Richmond sanderfeld bridge. There is a new crash reported around central in the left lane. In the meantime, it's backed up to marina bay Parkway. Heading for the Richmond, San Rafael bridge. Northbound one zero one before Marsh wreck in the left lane solid from shoreline. Westbound one fifty two delays over Pacheco pass. We've had a crash near El Toro ra- backed up to the foot of the maze at the bay bridge. Extra money this spring talk radio five sixty cans of his here too. With a four day contest. Listen, weekdays at six AM ninety twelve noon to three pm for the national keyword. When you hear the word extant of nine five eight one nine for your chance to win one thousand dollars. Remember, don't text drive forty.

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"congregation  " Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"congregation " Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Three. A small congregation celebrating Easter school campus in San Diego has stopped their service to tackle the woman holding a gun. The woman walked on stage yesterday while holding a baby and her gun then threatened to blow up the church and said odd religious sounding things extremely agitated extremely frustrated and not in a right mind. The pastor says the same woman had to be removed from the church just a week earlier. I got attention conversation stepping towards her and she started Cussing a little bit and shouting and saying get away from me church members managed to grab the woman's gun and baby before holding her down until cops arrive to arrest her the bodies of a man and woman have been found in an apartment in Newport Beach. A man told police he returned home last night to find his roommate and woman, he didn't know dead. Cops are saying there's no danger to the public but have not said, whether it's a murder suicide situation and LAPD driver has run over a woman in the sand at Venice beach. Police say the driver made a turn yesterday without noticing the woman sunbathing the woman was taken to the hospital, but police say she wasn't seriously. Hurts L A's new plastics. Dr restriction has taken effect restaurants with twenty six or more employees are no longer allowed to hand out straws, unless the customer requests one. The ordinance will apply to smaller restaurants starting in October, the states already banned automated straw handouts at all full service or sit down restaurants secretary of state Pompeo says the US is driving Iran's oil exports down to zero the renewed American sanctions against Iran will no longer include an oil exemption for China, India, Japan, South Korea and Turkey, you've been working with major oil oil-producing countries to ensure the market has sufficient volume to minimize the impact on pricing Pompeii says Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates will help meet the world's oil demands. He says under US sanctions, it just won't be worth it for any nation or entity to do business with Iran, and it's a big day for free riders transit systems in so Calor scrapping their fares for Earth Day, the trip freebies include metro trains and buses as well as. Bike share downtown Metrolink commuter trains from Ventura to Orange County's and out to the inland. Empire will also be free gas prices in so Cal or at the highest level since two thousand fifteen the average is now above four bucks a gallon at the same time metro has been losing writers for five years in a row. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news..

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"congregation  " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"congregation " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of their congregations not to do there. Passover shopping at stop and shop to respect the striking workers that was certainly the position of this woman and others. I talked to here they won't stop anytime unless they take care of this. I won't shop there again. Just Passover Paso. I won't shop there until they settle this with their employee's from Brooklyn curls Stevens WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. Thank you Carl. The woman charged with a count vandalizing cemeteries and several Boston neighborhood says she was simply anointing the statues and monuments. Deborah Gideon was arrested last night. When officer saw her throwing around, what appear to be read powder inside the mount hope cemetery inside her vehicle. Police also found an array of products, including a spray bottle a gallon of red liquid containers of various colors salt powder. Juice mixes and olive oil Gideon is also suspected of the vandalism at cemeteries, endured, Chester and high park and the oily damage the World War Two memorial in south Boston. She was arraigned this afternoon and has been. In order to undergo a mental health evaluation. An arrest is made in connection with a stabbing in Chelsea twenty two year old Isaiah Schafer Brookline was taken into custody following a brief chase with officers. Knife was also recovered during this pursuit. He is suspected of stabbing victims several times on Bellingham street in Chelsea earlier this week. The victim is still being treated for at Mass General hospital. It is one thirty eight markets are closed today for Good Friday over to Bloomberg now for a business update. That place. If you don't recognize the tagline is Chucky cheeses, the pizza and arcade chains planning to collect a lot more than our Cade tokens when it goes back on the new York Stock Exchange this summer,.

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