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A weekly podcast focusing on stories of Teshuva, or repentance, in the Bible. Worship and the Word is brought to you by: Wesley G. Shaw, Ph.D. B.A., Wheaton College (Economics) Ph.D. California Coast (Economics) President, Shaw Corp., Morris, IL (retired) Co-Founder, Winners Ministry, Inc. Biblical Economist Adjunct Professor, International Biblical College, Jerusalem, Israel American Conservatory of Music, studied under James Dutton for marimba & Leo Sowerby for composition
 
In March 1739, John Wesley, the founder of the Methodist movement, engaged in field preaching for the first time after being encouraged by his friend and fellow preacher George Whitefield. Stepping away from a pulpit, Wesley went out from the church and preached in the open air to those who didn't have the time or money to sit in a pew and hear the good news of divine love and grace. Thousands of ordinary people, many struggling in poverty and put off by fancy church people, came to hear Wes ...
 
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A Christian Holiness Collection presentation. Beverly was a traveling evangelist during the holiness era--late 19th, early 20th century when he penned this Christian classic. Travel with him as the big tents are raised and people by the thousands gather to listen and be saved and sanctified. His adventures as a traveling evangelist will hold you spellbound. Produced and narrated by Vic Zarley. Special thanks to LightByDesign.net, Northwest Nazarene University, and the Wesley Center online fo ...
 
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Author Elaine Heath, retired Dean of Duke Divinity School, shares with us about her contemplative approach to pioneering new ministries like Neighborhood Seminary and Spring Forest Farm. We talk about the feeling of fragility and unfinished-ness that is inherent in doing pioneering work, whether in developing new faith communities or new forms of t…
 
Are you wondering how to invite your preschool families to engage with your church community? Are you trying to figure out how to experiment with new ways of being church in a "we tried that twenty years ago" culture? Beth Evers, pastor of University UMC in Fort Worth, Texas, shares a few of her hard won leadership gems as she tells us about Wiggle…
 
How do you build a community of faith in a post-modern, post-Christian context? In this episode of the Field Preachers podcast, John Helmiere, the Convenor of Valley and Mountain UMC in Seattle, Washington, shares how his core values helped him to create a vibrant faith community as a parachute drop planter and what he learned through the process. …
 
Abigail Browka is a church planter from Upper New York who developed an app that has had hundreds of downloads since it launched a week ago. In this episode of Field Preachers, hear about her journey and how you can utilize the app, Everyday Sanctuary, in your local faith community.In March of 1739, John Wesley, the founder of Methodism, engaged in…
 
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