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These are the sermons that are given from the pulpit of St Andrew's Church in the village of Slip End, Bedfordshire in the UK. Generally these sermons are given by our vicar the Rev' Cathy Pullinger or by our reader Chris Barnes. Occasionally we also have visiting preachers or other members of our congregation that present sermons. Before each sermon there is a reading from the bible that usually last a couple of minutes . You can always visit our website at http://church.slipend.co.uk.
 
Hosted by staff nurse John-Barry Waldron, who has worked at St Andrew's Healthcare for 15 years, 'On the Ward' challenges some of the myths and taboos around complex mental illness in the UK today, as it explores what really happens behind the walls of a secure psychiatric hospital.
 
Weekly Talks from St Andrew’s SpringfieldApple users:Please click on the following link…Pocketcast users:Please view this page on your favourite mobile device then click on the following link and follow the instructions:Android uses:Please click here to view our Instructions (currently still under testing).To subscribe to our podcast using your favourite podcasting application, please use the following link http://standrewsspringfield.org.au/feed/podcast/
 
Sunday Homilies and Theological Reflections with Fr. Josiah Trenham - Weekly homilies and theological reflections recorded from the amvon of St. Andrew Orthodox Church in Riverside, California. This podcast is likewise sponsored by Patristic Nectar Publications, a publisher specializing in resources for Orthodox catechesis. We thank you for allowing us to be a part of your spiritual quest, and we hope that your listening experience is an edifying one.
 
Revived Devos takes devotionals from famous theologians of history and records them fresh for your listening pleasure each and every day. So sit back and spend a few minutes of your morning with D.L Moody, St. Augustine, Jonathan Edwards, Martin Luther, and others on rotation every week.
 
In his book, The Longest Way Home, award-winning travel writer and actor Andrew McCarthy takes us on a deeply personal journey. The Longest Way Home reflects his irrepressible taste of adventure and a vivid sense of place, and plays out amid some of the world’s most evocative locales. Andrew engaged in a discussion of the book and took questions from the audience at the Apple Store, SoHo.
 
James Gregory public lectures on Science and Christianity bring in world-class scholars to St Andrews to present cutting-edge perspectives on the relationship of faith and science. They will take place over a three-year period from September 2013 - May 2016. The aim of these lectures is to encourage a constructive and open conversation about questions of science and faith. The lectures are supported by a generous grant from the John Templeton foundation and are a part of the School of Divini ...
 
The Shotgun Start with Andy Johnson of The Fried Egg and Brendan Porath of SB Nation is a podcast waiting for you early in the morning that quickly blasts through a variety of topics (usually) related to golf and (ideally) relevant to the day. It covers news from the pro tours around the world, amusing and important topics from the amateur game the rest of us play, and some irreverent stuff in between. There will be short interviews, previews, reviews, and dives into the archives. It provide ...
 
Every Town has a dark side. In each episode we'll dig into terrifying missing persons cases, murders and strange unsolved mysteries - many of which you've never even heard of. And for more creepy stories check out the Scary Mysteries youtube channel and podcast hosted by Andrew Fitzgerald. contact: info@newdawnfilm.com
 
Unique insight to the professional golfing circuit through access to the conversations between a leading golf coach, players, and founders of pioneering golf technology companies changing the face of the game. Listeners will be given a rare opportunity to be inside the ropes with the sport's most significant characters. As well as a behind-the-scenes look at latest innovations entering the sport.
 
A podcast about following Jesus through life's highs and lows, with a new episode every other Friday. Most of the episodes are conversations about following this incredible, demanding, forgiving man. Some are adventures I've had following him. Others are reflections on the Bible, faith and spirituality. I am so excited to have you on the journey!
 
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Sermons from St. Andrew's is a live recording of the sermons preached from the pulpit of St. Andrew's Anglican Church in Appomattox, Virginia and are presented by Fr. Damien Grout, Rector.https://www.facebook.com/St.AndrewsAppomattoxJoin us in our celebration of the Feast of St. Luke, Evangelist and Martyr (October 18) and let us thank God together…
 
This talk was given as part of the Thomistic Institute's Quarantine Lecture series. For more information on upcoming events, please visit our website: thomisticinstitute.org.About the speaker:Father Andrew Hofer, O.P., grew up as the youngest of ten children on a Kansas farm. He entered the Dominican Province of St. Joseph in 1995 and professed sim…
 
In August 2020, my brother and I undertook St Columba's Way, a 180-mile pilgrimage from Iona in the west of Scotland to St Andrews in the east. This three-part series tracks the highs and lows, with this final episode following us as we complete the hike. Huge thanks to Until The Ribbon Breaks for use of their song 'Meru' to round out the episode!…
 
This Wednesday episode begins with the tale of Andy getting a speeding ticket somewhere in rural Iowa before transitioning to a Brendan apology for his grievous socks code oversight from Monday. On golf, they begin with absolute rage over the bait-and-switch nomenclature of this week’s venue, a venerable Sam Torrance design, on the European Tour. T…
 
It’s Brendan’s wedding anniversary so this Friday episode quickly zips through a potpourri of topics with no real plan or direction. They begin with an unexpected but heated debate over rotisserie chicken and whether it’s any good. More intel from the ground on the Power Lines Open in Italy is relayed and there’s great amusement at Matt Wallace’s b…
 
"Give Us This Day, Evening Edition" is a unique devotional commentary for the entire Church Year according to the Daily Lectionary of the Book of Common Prayer (1928). We join our reading of the Second Lesson from Evening Prayer with the reading of countless Christians, who read these Scriptures to form and transform the soul, more than merely info…
 
"Give Us This Day" is a unique daily devotional commentary for the entire Church Year according to the Daily Lectionary of the Book of Common Prayer (1928). We join our reading of the Second Lesson from Morning Prayer with the reading of countless Christians, who read these Scriptures to form and transform the soul, more than merely inform the mind…
 
"Give Us This Day, Evening Edition" is a unique devotional commentary for the entire Church Year according to the Daily Lectionary of the Book of Common Prayer (1928). We join our reading of the Second Lesson from Evening Prayer with the reading of countless Christians, who read these Scriptures to form and transform the soul, more than merely info…
 
Sermons from Saint Paul's is a live recording of the Sermons preached from the pulpit of Saint Paul's Church in Melbourne, Florida. This week's homily is present by Deacon Davison.https://saintpaulsmelbourne.org/Deacon Davison preaches how St. Paul imitates the Lord in that he is ready to be martyred as his last act of offering himself up for the s…
 
Listening to Scripture scholars discuss the Bible makes reading the Word of God seem straightforward. But it’s easy to feel discouraged when we approach it ourselves. On this episode, Scott Hahn assures us that when he first started studying the Bible, he felt just as confused. Here’s a quick beginner’s guide to reading Scripture. Learn More At our…
 
"Give Us This Day" is a unique daily devotional commentary for the entire Church Year according to the Daily Lectionary of the Book of Common Prayer (1928). We join our reading of the Second Lesson from Morning Prayer with the reading of countless Christians, who read these Scriptures to form and transform the soul, more than merely inform the mind…
 
"Give Us This Day, Evening Edition" is a unique devotional commentary for the entire Church Year according to the Daily Lectionary of the Book of Common Prayer (1928). We join our reading of the Second Lesson from Evening Prayer with the reading of countless Christians, who read these Scriptures to form and transform the soul, more than merely info…
 
A Bixby-fueled early morning recording begins with a discussion of fast food preferences and an analysis of more dumb officespeak before addressing any golf. The shhhedule for the week begins with a lengthy chat on the Zozo Championship -- namely, the field, the Kanaya hype, and some features and traits of this week’s venue,Sherwood Forest, home of…
 
"Give Us This Day" is a unique daily devotional commentary for the entire Church Year according to the Daily Lectionary of the Book of Common Prayer (1928). We join our reading of the Second Lesson from Morning Prayer with the reading of countless Christians, who read these Scriptures to form and transform the soul, more than merely inform the mind…
 
"Give Us This Day, Evening Edition" is a unique devotional commentary for the entire Church Year according to the Daily Lectionary of the Book of Common Prayer (1928). We join our reading of the Second Lesson from Evening Prayer with the reading of countless Christians, who read these Scriptures to form and transform the soul, more than merely info…
 
This lecture was given at the University of Kansas on September 14, 2020.For more information on upcoming events, please visit our website: thomisticinstitute.orgAbout the speaker:Denis McNamara is director of the Center for Beauty and Culture at Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas. He holds a BA in the History of Art from Yale University and a…
 
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