Religion And Spirituality Podcasts
Isaiah's sixty-six chapters contain equal parts history and prophecy, judgment and redemption, sorrow and joy. Even the structure of the book – the number of chapters in Isaiah mirrors the number of books in the Bible – implies a mystery to be unraveled. We'll do our best to reveal all that Isaiah has to offer in our trademark in-depth and penetrating style.
By Stephen Armstrong
James' letter to the church is rich in exortation and encouragement. James wrote to Jewish believers, who comprised the bulk of believers in his day, but the content of the letter is timeless and timely. James teaches how believers are to face trials and how we should seek to live out God's word. He denounces favoritism in the church and an unhealthy view of money. Finally, he calls all believers to pursue their sanctification with an urgency and passion often missing in the lives of believers, including believers today.
By Stephen Armstrong
After years of working in youth ministry, constantly looking for new programs, ideas, and models, I decided it was time for a new approach. In this podcast hosted by Michael Marchand, we dive into scripture for biblical models to apply to our ministry.
By Michael Marchand
So what is Midtown? It is a community of people on a journey--a journey of experiencing the reality of a living relationship with a living God. We are a casual group of city dwellers that love a great cup of coffee, good friends and honest discussions about inconsistent messy people knowing and being loved by a very consistent unmessy God. We would love for you to join us as we walk in this crazy world of scripture and listen to the amazing heart of the awesome God...
By Randy Draughon
Mormon Mental Health is an online mental health resource serving the Mormon community through hosting mental health podcasts. Mormon Mental Health was created in response to an increasing demand for an easy way to inform and connect Mormons seeking mental health services with resources and professionals that address Mormon culture, Mormon beliefs, and the issues unique to Mormon family and community systems. Mormon Mental Health is a service of Mormon Stories and the Open Stories Foundation. Mormon Stories explicitly seeks to align all operations with the Mormon Stories Shared Values Statement. Additionally, we endeavor to ensure that the projects we undertake 1) support individuals in Mormon-related faith crises, 2) save marriages, 3) heal families, and 4) celebrate, challenge, and advance Mormon culture in healthy ways.
By Natasha Helfer Parker
Making Connections Within introduces Shamanic Journey meditation to beginners, providing practical instruction to experience this unique, fulfilling method of personal growth. Episodes introduce key concepts about the spirituality of Shamanism, and provide you with resources to learn more. Learn how to journey. Discover how to get in touch with your inner self through guided journey meditation.
By Terry Jensen | Journey Guide
Father Jack Durkin is Pastor of St. Monica Catholic Church in Duluth, Georgia. A native of Darby, Pa., he grew up in North Carolina, graduated from Wake Forest University and received a masters degree in teaching from UNC-Chapel Hill. He taught and coached in Macon and Athens, Georgia before entering the seminary. He was ordained for the Archdiocese of Atlanta in 1999. Father Tom Zahuta is Parochial Vicar of St. Monica Catholic Church in Duluth, GA which is his first assignment. A native of South Plainfield, NJ, he also lived in Tampa, FL, Littleton, CO, Lantana, FL, and Kennesaw, GA, before entering St. Maryrsquo;s Seminary in Emmitsburg, MD in August of 2005. Prior to entering the seminary, he was an analyst at Intercontinental Hotel Group in Atlanta, GA. He was ordained to the priesthood of Jesus Christ on June 26, 2010. Father Augustine Tran is in residence at St. Monicarsquo;s Catholic Church in Duluth, GA.
By Father Jack Durkin and Guest
Quick tips for better teaching and better learning. Listen for ways to make your job easier. You'll learn about resources and gain skills to implement immediately in classes and small groups so that your next teaching experience will be extraordinary!
By Dr. Houston Heflin