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We are a community of people, with a wide range of beliefs, who are on a journey together to explore faith, God, Jesus, and spiritual stuff. *This is Podcast from Sojourn Collegiate Ministry @ RIC. Opinions, conclusions and other information expressed here by our guests do not necessarily reflect the views of Sojourn Collegiate Ministry. However, we think they are awesome people and have a story that matters*
 
Dr. Gary L. Williams, Sr. accepted Christ as his personal Savior at the age of nine. He is a native of Jacksonville, Florida, and the younger of two sons born to Alfreda Williams and the late Rev. Roosevelt Williams. Pastor Gary Williams is no stranger to the ministry. In 1990, Dr. Williams accepted the call to become the pastor of First Baptist Church of Mandarin. He has the longest tenure as Pastor of the First Church. He seeks to transform the lives of many through the simplicity of the g ...
 
The Student Union is a show for college students, as well as all those who work with, love, and care for them. Join us each week as we explore the many and diverse issues that college students face as well as offer ideas and support for everyone engaged in campus ministry in and around the collegiate community. The Student Union is produced by the LCMS Office of National Mission.
 
The Roundup Podcast is focused on reaching the college campus, developing leaders and sending kingdom multipliers. Host Mitch Tidwell is the Collegiate Associate at the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention. This podcast is created by the SBTC and provided through Cooperative Program giving.
 
Vince Thomas was born and raised in Detroit, MI, he enrolled in Jackson State University to acquire a degree in Business Administration and to play collegiate baseball. Sensing the call of God upon his life, he began to volunteer in his local church. In 2006, Vincent made a bold decision to attend Rhema Bible College in Broken Arrow, OK. Upon graduating in 2008, he immediately came back to work in full-time ministry. Vincent has been ordained and licensed since 2008, and has the commission t ...
 
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In this episode, Alex and Evan continue their conversation about Home and Away, but focus on how the pandemic has changed the normal patterns. They discuss the terms snow storm, blizzard, and ice age to create images for understanding the impact of the coronavirus, and how we react to it. Like us on Facebook @NoCampusLeft on Twitter @NoCampusLeft o…
 
What is the problem in our life? Why is our life not better? What if we walked away from the thing that would help us have a better life and be better at life? That would be tragic! Hope you join us as we explore something Brand New! Make sure to follow us on IG - @sojourn_ric Stay Awesome! ** Intro/Outro music by Claudius Cooper! Give him a follow…
 
We all want to be happy and there are a million things telling us how to get there right? What if we walked away from the thing that would help us have a better life and be better at life? That would be tragic! Hope you join us as we explore something Brand New! If you would like someone to reach out to you make sure to hit us on IG- @sojourn_ric S…
 
As we wrap up this series, we are going to explore if there is a way forward? If you would like someone to reach out to you with more info fill the info out at this link - https://forms.gle/WvseDCN5r743nXxb7 Make sure to follow us on IG - @sojourn_ric Stay Awesome! ** Intro/Outro music by Claudius Cooper! Give him a follow @iamclaudiusjr…
 
In this first episode of a two-part series, Alex Hugo and Evan Blackerby from the NCL Team, discuss the different rhythms and dynamics that affect collegiate ministry. They talk about how to minister effectively to both groups. Like us on Facebook @NoCampusLeft on Twitter @NoCampusLeft on Instagram The views expressed by guests on the NCL podcast a…
 
In the seventh week of our Pneumatology series Lee Woodmansee brings the conversation around to Redemption Applied by the Holy Spirit. By looking at the Holy Spirit's activity in Regeneration, Indwelling, and Sanctification we will learn just how integral the Holy Spirit it for us today.By Baptist Collegiate Ministry at UAFS
 
In this sermon, we get to see Jesus feed 5,000 people, walk on water in the middle of a storm, and heal more people. By God’s grace, these miracles are meant to point us to the gospel so that we might be set free to live our lives for the glory of Jesus.Series // Mark: The Relentless Life of Jesus Christ To learn more about Campus Collective and Hu…
 
In a special episode, Campus Collective hosts a live panel discussion on the topic of how to follow Christ in a culture that twists dating, marriage, singleness, and sexuality outside of God's design. Hosted by Dustin Epperly and joined by panelists Nate Bordonada, Janna Salyers, Brenton Hutton, and Courtney Epperly, this panel aims to provide guid…
 
In Mark 6, we see Jesus get rejected, His disciples get instructed on how to be needy, and John the Baptist gets brutally murdered. As we consider these stories, we beg God for the faith to be ready to be rejected for His kingdom.Series // Mark: The Relentless Life of Jesus ChristTo learn more about Campus Collective and Huntington Community Church…
 
In the sixth week of our Pneumatology series Lee Woodmansee advances the conversation about the Holy Spirit. He will focus on the role the Holy Spirit plays in the gospel narratives. Lee explores just how active the Holy Spirit was in 4 major areas of Jesus' life: 1) His incarnation and birth 2) His baptism 3) His ministry and 4) His resurrection a…
 
In our journey through Mark, we have seen how Jesus is relentless in His pursuit of those He loves. Mark 5 illustrates that Jesus truly is the great healer. We will see how He radically saves three individuals from desperate situations — that He can do the same for us.Series // Mark: The Relentless Life of Jesus ChristTo learn more about Campus Col…
 
In the fifth week of our Pneumatology series Lee Woodmansee continues our discussion of the Holy Spirit. This week he focuses in on the activity of the Holy Spirit in the Old Testament. Lee discusses how the Holy Spirit's presence was transitory in the Old Testament, how he equips his people for the work of God, and how the promise of the Holy Spir…
 
Jesus tells His disciples to listen so He can show them incredible realities about His Kingdom. In Mark 4, we get to see Jesus use parables to show us this truth as we all consider that Jesus the King is worth our everything.Series // Mark: The Relentless Life of Jesus ChristTo learn more about Campus Collective and Huntington Community Church, vis…
 
In this episode, Tom Knight talks with Dr. Brian Upshaw, Team Leader for the Disciple-Making Team at the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. They talk about the challenges of collegiate ministry and discipleship during the pandemic. How do ministry leaders adapt to the new normal? Is the present situation more like an interruption or a disr…
 
Mark takes no time to preface his Gospel account or detail the events leading up to Jesus’ public ministry. He begins instantly with the Spirit empowered mission of Jesus to enter into a cosmic struggle with Satan and rescue the captives. In Mark 3:7-35, through a series of demonstrations of his true authority and the beginning of Jesus’ parables i…
 
In week 4 of our Pneumatology series Clayton Helling from Chi Alpha at UAFS speaks about the Authority and Divinity of the Holy Spirit. By looking at Acts 4-5, as well as various well known locations in the New Testament Clayton clearly articulates the reality of the Holy Spirit's authority over us.By Baptist Collegiate Ministry at UAFS
 
Jesus’ life and teaching were upsetting to the religious leaders of His day. How is Jesus better than man-made religion? The stories in Mark 2:13-3:6 show us 3 ways.Series // Mark: The Relentless Life of Jesus ChristTo learn more about Campus Collective and Huntington Community Church, visit huntingtoncommunitychurch.com/campus-collective…
 
Dr. Joseph Western, assistant professor of history at College of the Ozarks near Branson, Missouri, stops in to The Student Union to talk about why it's important for Christians to do history well. To learn more about the LCMS U chapter at College of the Ozarks, e-mail Dr. Western at jwestern@cofo.edu. Learn more about College of the Ozarks at cofo…
 
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