Our community is called Nexus. We're a community based on the belief that our lives are worth living the best way possible. Our mission is to explore what "the best way possible" really is by rethinking life in community through conversation, authenticity, and above all a focus on restoring love. Join in on the conversation at http://www.restorelove.org
Redemption Church podcasts will only be posted for 1 week (Monday - Monday). The sermon will then be replaced with the most up-to-date sermon. For sermon archives, please contact john[at]redemptionsf[dot]com. To view our website visit: http://redemptionsf.com
By Redemption San Francisco
"Raising Saints" offers tools to bring the Orthodox Christian faith to life for our children. Providing specific ways to express complex ideas to children so that they can understand and make them their own, and offering concrete and practical suggestions to reinforce those ideas, this podcast hopes to equip adults to share the faith with children, shaping the way in which our youth understand their lives. This podcast is for parents, grandparents, and godparents, for Sunday School teachers and for those working in the Youth Ministries—for anyone interested in shepherding our youth along the path to God.
By Elissa Bjeletich and Ancient Faith Radio
A selection of lectures delivered by distinguished scholars for the Institute’s degree course. This series is designed to address questions of great relevance for the world today from the perspective of ancient Orthodox Christianity.
By IOCS and Ancient Faith Radio
Coach KM Johnson, empowers and motivates listeners during this weekly 30-minute online radio program. Listeners will receive motivational tips on living as a Christian in this "not-so" Christian world. Tune in for your weekly motivation and words of faith.
By KM Johnson Davis
We believe the story of our God given rights is the great misssing link to restore our nation again. The great story of Liberty reaches it's crescendo in America with the Mayflower Compact and the landing of the Pilgrim fathers almost 400 years ago. But the great story began in Nazareth when the author of liberty, Jesus gave His first sermon to his home synagogue. The story is detailed in Luke chapter 4. He opened the scroll to Isaiah 61 and read the Messianic prophecy of the purpose of the Messiahs coming. He detailed that he came to heal the broken hearted , the blind, and to preach the Gospel to the poor. But when He came to the subject of Liberty he said he came to set the captives free, and then He repeated it a second time saying he came to set those that were in bondage free. When He finished reading the passage Jesus sat down and told the men that this prophecy had been fullfiled in their midst. The liberation of the world began that day. Jesus read through His loving message of redemption, the power and principals that would bring the golden thread of liberty to the nations. From here we see the clear paper trail of liberty from the blood bought freedom documents that emulated from the Magna Carta, English Bill of rights, Mayflower compact, to our Declaration of Independence and Constitution. Political, economic and religious liberty have never been realized until the Pilgrim fathers applied the principals of the Bible fully to civil law. We can restore freedom and prosperity in our nation, only if we voluntary return to those "eternal principals of right", those laws given at Mount Sinai and hold our representatives accountable to limit their jurisdiction to the protection of our God given rights, not the limitation or interpretation of them.
By John Bona "The Story of Liberty"
Talks by Doug Duncan Sensei, introductory level Based on decades of practice and training with Namgyal Rinpoche in this comprehensive new approach to awakening, Doug Duncan has been teaching Dharma at centers around the world for over twenty years. He has done extensive insight practice and has received teachings from numerous Tibetan meditation masters including the 16th Karmapa, Kalu Rinpoche, Sakya Trizin Rinpoche, Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche and the Dalai Lama among others.
By Achariya Doug Duncan