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A life-giving Jesus community for a new generation of people in Sacramento. Join us every Sunday 9:30a.m. & 11:30a.m. @ The Crest Theater 1013 K Street | Downtown Sacramento or in West Sacramento 10:30a.m. @ Stonegate Elementary 2500 La Jolla St | West Sacramento
 
Holy Spirit Living is a podcast for Christians who are serious and intentional about living a life partnered with Holy Spirit. Each week join the Apostolic husband and wife team Joseph and Amanda Reidling as they cover topics that are centered around living life that glorifies God in a practical and real way that is authentic to who you are. They will discuss and equip on topics that include partnering with Holy Spirit in marriage, family, parenting, single life, Identity/Sonship, influence ...
 
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The Furnace

Archdiocese of Sydney

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Why The Furnace? Quite simply because most people in Australia, and the world, can no longer get to Mass, or even into a church. The point of these podcasts is to bring people a share of the Mass in the Word of God and prayer. But why the name? Because the Heart of Jesus is a “Furnace of love”. This is how St Gertrude the Great describes it. As she prays: O Sacred Heart of Jesus, fountain of eternal life, Your Heart is a glowing furnace of Love. You are my refuge and my sanctuary. O my adora ...
 
The Wade-O Radio Show is an international, terrestrial, Internet radio show, and podcast that provides its listeners with high-quality Christian Hip Hop music, news, and interviews. [To Book DJ Wade-O for your next event, email booking@wadeoradio.com] In each episode the listener can expect the latest news with audio segments from Laide Mak, mixes by DJ Wade-O, a New Song of the Week, a countdown of the ten hottest songs out right now, conversations about controversial topics within the Chur ...
 
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In this sermon, we will look at the doctrine of predestination, or election — the idea that we would never seek for or choose God unless first God sought for and chose us. In this passage, Jesus says that “No one can come to me unless the Father who sent me draws him.” We’ll ask two questions of that statement: 1) What does Jesus mean? 2) What does…
 
In the Bible, we often see people engaging Jesus in debate or argument about different theological or moral issues. In this passage, we see religious leaders attempting to nail down Jesus’s politics. In this sermon, we will see 1) A revolutionary question; 2) A revolutionary answer; and then 3) A revolution of revolutions. This sermon was preached …
 
In the Bible, we often see people engaging Jesus in debate or argument about different theological or moral issues. This passage helps us understand the nature of morality, or what it means to live a moral life. In this sermon, we will see 1) The problem we all have; 2) The life we all need; and 3) The journey we must take to get there. This sermon…
 
In the Bible, we often see people engaging Jesus in debate or argument about different theological or moral issues. This passage shows us Jesus’s answer to a question about the afterlife. In this sermon, we will see that Jesus’s answer contains 1) a stern rebuke, 2) a remarkable argument, and 3) an amazing promise. This sermon was preached by Dr. T…
 
Each week we’re choosing one of the things that most trouble people today about Christianity. The problem with Christianity we now come to centers around the Bible. Many people in a place like New York would say this: “There are many good things in the Bible, but you shouldn’t take every word of it literally. There are legends in there. Don’t insis…
 
Every week, we’re taking one of the things that in our culture troubles people the most about Christianity. We’re now going to look at the Christian teaching that God is a judge and a judge who consigns people to hell. Someone says, “How can you possibly reconcile the concept of judgment and hell with the idea of a loving God? They just don’t go to…
 
This is episode 1 of a new limited series podcast called Questioning Christianity with Tim Keller. To listen to the Q&A session that followed this talk as well upcoming episodes, search "Questioning Christianity with Tim Keller" wherever you listen to podcasts OR visit gospelinlife.com/questioning. Once there, hit subscribe to be notified of new ep…
 
We’re in a series taking the things that people in our culture (especially in New York City) are troubled by with regard to Christianity. This time, the objection could be put like this. The Christian church has a long history of oppression, and people acting in the name of Jesus Christ have engaged in systemic, economic, and cultural oppression of…
 
Today we review what we talked about in the month of April, and then we discuss how giving true expression to our sadness allows us to honor the people and relationships we have lost. God, too, grieves when humanity’s thoughts are constantly on evil, or when the newly-freed Israelites rebel time and again in the wilderness, or when Jesus sees Lazar…
 
We’re looking at the things that trouble people the most about Christianity. Now, we come to one that could be put like this: “Christians believe they have absolute truth. They have some things everyone should believe and everyone should do. But people who have absolute truth,” the objection goes, “undermine freedom. They tend to oppress people who…
 
We’re looking at the problems people in our culture, and especially in New York City, have with Christianity. We’re now going to look at the one you could call the problem of evil and suffering. And it’s a very formidable one for Christian belief. The problem goes something like this. If God allows evil and suffering to continue because he can’t st…
 
We’re beginning a series looking at the main objections, the main problems, people in our culture have with Christianity. The objection we’re looking at now can be summed up in one word: exclusivity. The problem is this: how can you possibly claim your religion is the only true religion, that you have the one truth? Religion, generally speaking, ha…
 
What is faith and how do you grow it? Faith does not start with signs and miracles, or even reason... Instead, faith begins by taking God at his word and then letting him prove faithful. Listen as Pastor Luke Herche teaches about faith from John 4:43–54, explaining what it's not, what it is, and how it grows.Part of a series, “The Gospel of John.”F…
 
Why are Christians more quiet about their faith now than in past generations and how can one feel confident to share their love for Christ openly and winsomely? In this talk, Tim Keller asks this question: In its early days, when there was great social cost to becoming a Christian, how did the Christian church grow? You'll hear the answer through t…
 
The book of Mark gives us insight into the authentic Jesus, and this account describes the patience of Jesus — which often serves as a trial of our patience. This sermon will show us 1) The delays of Jesus; 2) The lessons of Jesus; and 3) The puzzling weakness Jesus experiences. This sermon was preached by Dr. Timothy Keller at Redeemer Presbyteria…
 
This passage in the book of Mark is the longest and most vivid account in the Bible of an exorcism of demons, and it shows us three things about evil: 1) The complexity of evil; 2) The pattern of how evil works in a life; and 3) How evil can be defeated. This sermon was preached by Dr. Timothy Keller at Redeemer Presbyterian Church on April 2, 2006…
 
Jesus said, “come to me all who are thirsty … and streams of living water will flow from within you”. When it feels like we’re wandering through the wilderness, how do we become people who not only drink this living water but are filled to overflowing in such a way that life breaks out in the desert places around us? Emma Heddle kicks off a new tea…
 
The book of Mark gives us insight into the authentic Jesus—not the Jesus who is a projection of our own desires, but the real Jesus of the Bible. This passage tells us four things about the power of Jesus: 1) He has real-world power; 2) He has infinite power; 3) He has unmanageable power; and 4) He has costly power. This sermon was preached by Dr. …
 
What would it take to solve all the world’s problems? All of your problems? What would it take to fix what is broken? Jesus is on a mission as the savior of the world––and he now calls us to be a part of that work. The question is, what is your role in God’s purposes? Listen as Pastor Luke Herche preaches on John 4:27–42, showing God’s good news fo…
 
Today we discuss Hurt, the experience of emotional and spiritual pain. Not dealing with our pain can lead us into denial, masking our pain with self-destructive behaviors, and resentment. We can begin healing from Hurt when we acknowledge our pain to ourself, ask for help, take responsibility for our feelings through the healing process, and trust …
 
In the Gospel of Mark, we’re told that the message of Jesus is that “the Kingdom of God is near.” What does Jesus want to teach us about the Kingdom of God? We see three things in this passage: 1) The importance of the kingdom; 2) The central organizing principle of the kingdom; and 3) How we get the power to live according to that principle. This …
 
In this passage, Jesus Christ tells us how he can change our lives by using the metaphor of a seed. How is the gospel like a seed? 1) Because it has power; 2) Because of how it releases that power; 3) Because its weakness is the secret of its power. This sermon was preached by Dr. Timothy Keller at Redeemer Presbyterian Church on March 12, 2006. Se…
 
The book of Mark gives us insight into the authentic Jesus—not the Jesus who is a projection of our own desires. In this passage, we will 1) See that there are wrong theories about who Jesus is; 2) Hear from Jesus’s own lips who he really is; and 3) Learn what difference that makes for us in our lives. This sermon was preached by Dr. Timothy Keller…
 
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