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Best Anglican Podcasts We Could Find
Best Anglican Podcasts We Could Find
You’ll enjoy discussions about faith and culture, interviews with Christian authors, priests, bishops, philosophers and more, via enlightening podcasts which will also keep you thoroughly entertained.
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A candlelit service of music and prayers, based on the liturgy used for centuries by monastic communities to end the day. It is both ancient and contemporary, with chant and newly-composed music sung by members of the Trinity Choir. =
 
We make it our goal to provide biblically rooted, Gospel-oriented messages that make contact with the 'rag and bone shop of the heart' (Yeats). It is also our attempt to proclaim God's two 'words' from Scripture -- the first 'word' is Law (which unveils to us God's glittering righteousness and disturbingly exhumes the vexed human condition) and the second word is 'Gospel' (which is a message of unadulterated and unnuanced acquittal, forgiveness, and belonging through the grace of Jesus Chris ...
 
Holy Trinity Church is an Anglican church founded by Pastor Todd Hunter, located in Orange County, California. We are deeply interested in Jesus Christ, the church, and the world around us. We admit that our services are a bit eclectic: a combination of biblical teaching, openness to things of the Spirit in worship and prayer, and Anglican liturgy. We are apprentices of Jesus, learning how to do what he did, live as he lived, for the sake of others. If you find yourself in Orange County, we ...
 
"Changed by God to make a difference for God" is St. Augustine Anglican Church's (Columbus, OH) mission statement. Check out our website at https://saa.church. These sermons from the priests at St. Augustine's are offered to help you do just that so that you can live your life fully as a human being created in God's image and to help equip you to be one of Jesus' kingdom builders.
 
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Rev.. Doug Floyd The Resurrection of Our Lord April 4, 2021 Isaiah 25:6–9; Psalm 118:14–24; Colossians 3:1–4; Mark 16:1–8 “…trembling and astonishment seized them.” The women disciples go to the tomb of Jesus to anoint his body only to discover that He isn’t there. He had risen. And trembling and astonishment seized them. The resurrection of Jesus …
 
Jesus’ resurrection took the people by surprise despite his announcing it multiplies to his disciples. Why was this? What does it mean? How can we fully embrace what the resurrection does for us? Father Jeremiah helps us lay hold of the great truth of Jesus’ bodily resurrection and rejoice that Christ is risen. Image: Saint Julie Billiart Catholic …
 
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