Religion And Spirituality Podcasts

The Book of Acts - Paul Jones show

The Book of Acts - Paul JonesJoin Now to Follow

Paul Jones is the pastor of Reality Church in Olympia Washington. To find more content like this please visit At REALITY the whole Bible is our creed. Therefore, any effort to define what we believe necessitates a desire to emphasize the whole Word of God as the source of our core beliefs. It's unrealistic to think that any individual, man-made system of beliefs is completely error free or, conversely, without merit at all. It is therefore our sincere desire to teach the Bible; be true to its original languages; and be respectful to the historical context, the context of each passage, and the accepted and normal use of language (i.e. being able to discern the difference between a parable and a proverb, a prophecy and an historical account, etc.) We trust that this will enable us to understand the intended meaning and truth that is to be found in God's inspired word. We believe that there is one God, eternally existent in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We believe in the deity and humanity of Jesus Christ, in His virgin birth, in His sinless life, in His miracles, in His atoning death through His shed blood, in His bodily resurrection, in His ascension to the right hand of the Father, and in His promised return in power and glory. We believe that people are made in the image of God, but our sin has marred that image and separated us from fellowship with Him.  We believe that Jesus death and resurrection is the only means of restoring the fellowship that was lost. We believe in the deity of the Holy Spirit, that He is personal, and dwells continually in the lives of those that have put their faith in Christ.  We believe in the gifts of the Holy Spirit mentioned in the Scriptures, and that they are valid for today and should be exercised according to Scriptural guidelines. We believe that love is more important than any spiritual gift, and without love all exercise of spiritual gifts is worthless. We reject the over-emphasis of spiritual gifts, and experiential signs and wonders to the exclusion of Biblical teaching and sound doctrine. We hold God's word as our supreme authority in all that we do at REALITY.  God's word is our standard, and contains everything that pertains to life and godliness. We believe that all of the 66 books of the Bible are inspired by God, are relevant to our daily lives, and transcend all culture. God's word is taught chapter by chapter with the goal of seeing the whole counsel of God.  We are affiliated with the Calvary Chapel movement because of our shared vision for ministry and understanding of doctrine.

By Paul Jones

Apologetics Camp show

Apologetics CampJoin Now to Follow

Apologetics Camp is a training series on Christian Apologetics for Hopevale Church's Encounter college ministry. Each session we will take a look at an important topic concerning the evidence for the Christian Faith.

By Kyle Taylor & Kyle Deming

Bluewater Mission Sermons show

Bluewater Mission SermonsJoin Now to Follow

Podcast of all the Bluewater Mission sermons, updated weekly.

By Jordan Seng

Birchman Baptist Church show

Birchman Baptist ChurchJoin Now to Follow

Listen to online messages from Birchman Baptist Church in Fort Worth, Texas

By Birchman Baptist Church

Central Christian Church AZ: Weekend Service (Audio)

Central Christian Church AZ: Weekend Service (Audio) Join Now to Follow

Weekly Biblical teachings by pastor Cal Jernigan from Central Christian Church of the East Valley taken from the contemporary weekend service.

By Central Christian Church AZ

“INTUITIVE WELLNESS” with Medical Intuitive Laura Alden Kamm show

“INTUITIVE WELLNESS” with Medical Intuitive Laura Alden KammJoin Now to Follow

Discover your power of intuition with Laura Alden Kamm in this exhilarating hour-long show. Laura’s otherworldly insights and her phenomenal talent of bringing you information in clear and compelling ways propelled her into international fame as a critically acclaimed medical and structural intuitive. Laura brings you into contact with this powerful communication tool – your intuition and spiritual voice. It is a force in the universe that allows you to create, heal, and navigate through life, living your best life ever. This show is a rare opportunity to speak directly with Laura and allow her to help you unravel the mystery of you! You can ask Laura your most heartfelt questions from healing and relationships to your deepest spiritual curiosities and questions. Allow Laura to draw on her life-long spiritual journey and experience that have taken her from life, to death, and back to life again. Listen live or enjoy the archives and power up your life.

By Laura Kamm

Hope Lutheran Church, Aurora CO, Podcast show

Hope Lutheran Church, Aurora CO, PodcastJoin Now to Follow

This is a podcast for the sermons and other audio resources from Hope Lutheran Church, Aurora, CO.

By Hope Lutheran Church, Aurora, CO

Holy Comforter Episcopal Church show

Holy Comforter Episcopal ChurchJoin Now to Follow

Follow Fr. Jimmy as he helps us to make sense of the weekly readings. Fr. Jimmy has a wonderful ability to translate everything into a way that hits home not only with the parishioners at Holy Comforter but with listeners around the world. Feel free to join us every Sunday at 8:00am or 10:30am at Holy Comforter Episcopal Church in Spring, TX!

By Jimmy Abbott

In The News Radio show

In The News RadioJoin Now to Follow

Where we take todays news and see how it lines up with the prophetic scriptures and how it will effect you.

By Gary Teise

Catholic Homily show

Catholic HomilyJoin Now to Follow

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