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A weekly podcast that offers Christian perspectives on some of the most significant issues facing today's church and culture. In each episode, hosts Scott Rae and Sean McDowell — professors at Biola University's Talbot School of Theology — draw upon biblical wisdom and insights from guest experts as they explore how Christians can thoughtfully and faithfully engage with cultural trends and current events.
 
That your faith should not stand in the wisdom of men, but in the power of God. 1 Corinthians 2:5 Many put all of their faith in the wisdom of men, believing they have become so wise and so learned. But our faith is in God, and in the power of God. He is the One Who upholds all things by the Word of His power. It's His power that is keeping our atoms together and keeping the planets together. All of the power we can work up isn't nearly enough to get us through. But His power--now that's mor ...
 
The Being Lutheran Podcast co-hosted by pastors Jason Gudim, Brett Boe, and Brian Ricke. It is a walk through the Lutheran Book of Concord, episode by episode and article by article. This podcast started off as the adult Sunday School class at Faith Free Lutheran Church in Minneapolis, MN, taught by Jason. Brett brings an outsiders' perspective to the material and keeps Jason mostly on task. The podcast is produced by Brian.
 
A miracle is Gods power being manifested, and God desires to do miracles in our lives. He wants us to get free from some things we thought couldnt be changed. He wants things to happen in our lives that nobody can explain. But by faith, we have to believe He can do itand that when we reach up, He reaches back; when we call, He answers; and when we ask, we receive. Even when it seems impossible, it can still be done for those who believe!
 
Faith out Front, the best faith and sports podcast on the planet features heroes of sport from our communities, sharing how faith has impacted their lives in athletics. The podcast will be available on digital platforms! Thankful for another avenue to share the Gospel to lead every coach and athlete into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ and His Church. #FCAFaithOutFront
 
Jesus saith unto them, Believe ye that I am able to do this? They said unto him, Yea, Lord. Then touched he their eyes, saying, According to your faith be it unto you. Matthew 9:28-29 We receive according to our faith. It is the determining factornot the power or will of God, and not our needs or wants. Faith is a choice, and its very important to our God; its what pleases Him. As you listen to this series, allow the God Who you dont see to become more real than the needs you do see. Miracle ...
 
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According to a recent Wall Street Journal headline, “Catholic Schools Are Losing Students at Record Rates, and Hundreds Are Closing.” Catholic schools peaked in the 1960s with about 5.5 million students in 11,000 schools. Today, Catholic schools boast only 1.6 million students in 5,900 schools. What explains this decline? And what can we do about i…
 
Bishop Barron recently delivered the commencement address to the graduating class at the University of St. Thomas in Houston. The entire point of a Catholic intellectual formation is to produce great souls. A great soul doesn’t invent her own values; rather, she intuits the marvelous intellectual, moral, and aesthetic values that are found in the o…
 
From certain reproductive technologies to divorce and to same-sex marriages, our culture focuses far more on the desires of adults than the rights of children. In her book Them Before Us, Katy Faust argues that we need a movement that restores the rights of children to be raised by their mom and dad in a stable home. In this interview, she discusse…
 
Continuing "Divinity Dialogues"—a special edition podcast series from Harvard Divinity School that puts conversations on faith, purpose, and bearing witness at the center of today’s most pressing issues.  Today, we hear from HDS alum Rod Owens, MDiv ’17, author, activist, Buddhist Lama, and one of this year’s Gomes Distinguished Alumni Honorees. Co…
 
Episode 1 - Introducing Divinity Dialogues—a special edition podcast series from Harvard Divinity School that puts conversations on faith, purpose, and bearing witness at the center of today’s most pressing issues.Today, we hear from HDS alum Joshua Eaton, MDiv ’10, investigative journalist and one of this year’s Gomes Distinguished Alumni Honorees…
 
With our pandemic restrictions, our heroes on the field have not slowed down on the most important game; that is bringing others to Christ and bringing peace to our world. Listen to Robert’s inspiring testimony.By Fellowship of Christian Athletes Northern Ohio
 
Prayer is often a hard subject to talk about, and one reason for that is the guilt that it induces as people inevitably face up to the challenges and failures in their life of prayer. Talbot spiritual formation professors Kyle Strobel and John Coe, take a new look at prayer, offering helpful realism and insightful practices to make prayer more real…
 
The Lord wants us to live in a deep, intimate, and obedient relationship with Him rather than in conformity to the world around us. This means that sometimes people who are living in sin will not want to be in our company because we make them feel uncomfortable. This is inevitable because like Noah we are walking in light while those in the world a…
 
Bishop Barron recently visited the University of St. Thomas in Houston, where he had the great privilege of preaching at their baccalaureate Mass. In his homily, shared today on the podcast, he said we must remember that the primary purpose of a Catholic university is evangelization, the proclamation of the lordship of Jesus Christ. Therefore, educ…
 
Hopefully, you are on the journey with God and reaping the harvest of that relationship. But your journey most likely began with just one person, a conversation, a gentle nudge, an ah-ha moment. Listen to Robert’s story.By Fellowship of Christian Athletes Northern Ohio
 
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