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Teaching strategies, classroom management, education reform, educational technology -- if it has something to do with teaching, we're talking about it. Jennifer Gonzalez interviews educators, students, administrators and parents about the psychological and social dynamics of school, trade secrets, and other juicy things you'll never learn in a textbook. For more fantastic resources for teachers, visit http://www.cultofpedagogy.com.
 
Broadcasting the best music, arts & culture from Bonded Warehouse, Manchester & getting young people into employment in the process. This is where we'll host most of our bespoke project work including private commissions and collaborations. For our full schedule of live shows and to listen back on demand visit www.reformradio.co.uk.
 
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In the first sermon in our series on worship, we are exhorted to understand the gravity of worship. That through the charred bodies of Nadab and Abihu - we recognize that we are to draw near to a holy God by hallowing Him. This is the foundation of worship and is necessary before we even consider His prescriptions for worship. Preached Sabbath PM o…
 
Read Along: https://www.nationalreformation.org/post/the-new-nationalism Written by Theodore Roosevelt Narrated by Joshua Noyer From the Article: The absence of effective State, and, especially, national, restraint upon unfair money-getting has tended to create a small class of enormously wealthy and economically powerful men, whose chief object is…
 
How should we respond to Jesus's Lordship being displayed in His salvation- Pastor leads his family in today's -Hopewell -Home- passage. Philippians 2-12-13 prepares us for the evening sermon on the coming Lord's Day. In these two verses of Sacred Scripture, we learn to pursue holiness with the right fear -for God's eyes, not men-, and with great f…
 
Don't imitate the sloth, or the minister or church member who is half-hearted, who only serves when it is convenient, or when there is something to begotten from his service. Rather imitate the noble saint...like Timothy or Epaphroditus, men who would give their all for the sake of the Church, men who were imitators of the Lord Himself Who came not…
 
God spoke to the Israelites and gave them the ten commandments, so in this passage we see the response of the people and the response that God wanted. The response of the people was terror. They saw the thunderings and they moved away from God. It was a justified fear of God, but it was not a sanctifying fear of God. it was a fear that caused them …
 
In this episode, I rant about the all-important question that Jesus put to His followers in Matthew 16: Who do you say that I am? Most modern Christians have created a Jesus that looks strikingly similar to the person they see every day when they look in the mirror. Jesus is like me. He likes what I like. He affirms what I affirm. He approves of wh…
 
In this week's CER podcast, Ian Bond, our Director of Foreign Policy, speaks to Abdoul Salam Bello, Alternate Executive Director at the World Bank and non-resident Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council's Africa Centre, and our 2020-21 Clara Marina O'Donnell fellow, Katherine Pye about the situation in the Sahel region of Africa. Katherine recently …
 
We turn to pages 250–255 of Geerhardus Vos, Biblical Theology: Old and New Testaments to consider God’s righteousness—particularly as it is revealed during the time of the Old Testament prophets. Vos speaks of God’s righteousness as “midway between the transcendental and communicative attributes” (250). God is the righteous judge. In human terms, a…
 
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