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Each week Meridian Magazine’s founders, Scot and Maurine Proctor, will be giving a 30-minute podcast on the “Come, Follow Me” curriculum for the week. This is so you can listen with your scriptures in hand, or while you are about life’s many other duties. If you want some thoughts about teaching your family or in Church lessons, this can be a place to turn. If you live alone, let us study with you.
 
Saint Athanasius Lutheran Church in Vienna, Virginia is a parish in the one, holy, catholic and apostolic Church and a member of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. Worship at St. Athanasius is according to the history Liturgy of the Church. Services at St. Athanasius are not designed for entertainment or sensation, but to prepare broken repentant sinners to receive these gifts of Word and Sacrament, and to know the truth of the incomparable riches of the grace showered on us by our gracious ...
 
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Michael Rothstein, ESPN reporter covering the Atlanta Falcons, joins Caroline Gonzalez and John DeShazier to preview what moves the Falcons might make in the upcoming NFL Draft (April 29). The Falcons have nine picks (No. 4, 35, 68, 108, 148, 182, 183, 187, 219), and Rothstein covers what needs Atlanta might address prior to the 2021 season.…
 
Let's cast the new Sean Payton movie! Is this the most boring Saints offseason of our entire lives? Vegas has the 2021 Saints all wrong. Annual, names Ralph Can't Pronounce Draft! Please support Saints Happy Hour so we can continue to cover the Saints every single day. We need your support to do it! BECOME AN ANNUAL PATRON BEFORE MARCH 17 AND GET 2…
 
Listen to the newest episode of the St. Marianne Cope Parish Podcast: Father Joseph Clemente’s homily for April 18, 2021, the Third Sunday of Easter. Listen and subscribe at anchor.fm/stmariannecope or wherever you get podcasts. Connect with us online: stmariannecope.org (Music courtesy of David Mares: davidmaresmuisc.com)…
 
Here I stand. Those words were not first uttered 500 years ago today, but they were most famously uttered 500 years ago today. This year, we remember another 500th anniversary, and that is, the Diet of Worms. Now while that's one of the best known things Luther ever said, he probably wasn't the first to say it, and he certainly wasn't the first to …
 
In 1 Corinthians 2 - the Apostle Paul mentions the "Spirit" 13 times in 16 verses. It's a major focus of the chapter, and of Paul's letters in general ("Spirit" is used 149 times in Paul's 13 letters). But WHO is the Spirit? WHAT is the Spirit? And how does the Spirit work?In this Sermon, Pastor Kevin alludes to the multiple meanings behind the wor…
 
Just like a body is made of many parts, a church is made of many members. Listen as Pastor Darren Choo talks about the importance of membership in the church, what a church with committed members is like, and why we should be take being a member of a church seriously, this week in our series “This Is Church”…
 
Jeff Mask is a business growth and leadership expert, international speaker, and CEO coach to some of the best and brightest business minds around the world. At church he has loved serving the youth in his wards and stakes from California, Arizona, and Utah over the past 20 years. He is currently the Stake Mission Preparation teacher for his stake.…
 
April 19-25 We live in a time when the Church of Jesus Christ has been well established and we are used to talking in terms of large numbers, general conferences translated into scores of languages simultaneously, missionaries serving in diverse countries all over the world and the Kingdom of God on the earth organized unlike any worldly entity. We…
 
(Post 3 of 8) by Jeffrey M. Bradshaw For more information on the book, visit https://interpreterfoundation.org/books/ This is the third of eight weekly blog posts published in honor of the life and work of Hugh Nibley (1910–2005). The series is in honor of the new, landmark book, Hugh Nibley Observed, available in softcover, hardback, digital, and …
 
The Saint (Warren) and the Halo (Irish) are back this week to embrace cocktails and conversation, talking about our lives and the issues of the week. This week: We just talk about life, but as always we cant stay on topic, recorded on 14th April 2021.By The Saints Martini
 
We love our children, and most of the time, we know better than anyone else what is best for them. But sometimes our children face challenges that require an expert’s help and encouragement. Today’s guest, Margaret Walsh, is a wonderful lady who loves Helping Special Needs Students to Succeed. Please send in your questions and we’ll answer them in …
 
John O’Farrell, whose home parish is the Basilica of Saint Mary, was ordained to the diaconate on April 10 by Bishop Michael Burbidge at the Cathedral of Saint Thomas More in Arlington. The following day, on April 11, O’Farrell preached his first homily during the 10:00 am Mass at the Basilica of Saint Mary. This podcast features that homily. O’Far…
 
R. Eric Smith Matthew C. Godfrey The Interview In this episode of Latter-day Saint Perspectives Podcast, Laura Harris Hales interviews R. Eric Smith and Matthew C. Godfrey about Know Brother Joseph: New Perspectives on Joseph Smith’s Life and Character, the new book that they coedited with Matthew J. Grow. The Joseph Smith Papers Project has publis…
 
The Sunday Afternoon Session of the 191st Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints General Conference, April 4, 2021. Speakers for this session were selected from the General Authorities and General Officers of the Church. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By KSL Newsradio
 
Join us for the newest edition of our Homeschool Conversations podcast as we get a behind the scenes peek of the 2021 Family Retreat with Bente Rodriguez, President of the Youth Conference. Bente shares what this year’s planning process has been like, along with some of the things she is most excited about for this upcoming retreat. Bente Rodriguez…
 
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