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Buffalo Covenant Church is located in Buffalo, Minnesota. As a church we believe the following: The Bible We believe that the Bible, consisting of Old and New Testaments, is the inspired Word of God. It is without error in its original writings. It is the complete revelation of the will of God concerning salvation and all matters of life. (2 Peter 1:21, 2 Timothy 3:16-17) God We believe in one God, the Creator of all things. Yet this God is manifest in three Persons: Father, Son, and Holy Sp ...
 
The podcast of Christ Episcopal Church, located on the corner of East Walnut and Kimbrough in downtown Springfield, Missouri. This podcasts features our weekly sermons from Fr. Ken Chumbley, Fr. Mark Ohlemeier, and other guest preachers. Our mission is "To Know Christ, and to Make Christ Known."
 
The goal is to have A Second Opinion be seen as the go to place for learning how to improve health and health care. Together we will have conversations with the health thought leaders, the entrepreneurs, the clinicians, the policy makers, the business leaders, and the consumers— to better understand how we all can improve health and well-being — of ourselves as individuals, of our families — and of our communities. We achieve this through education and engagement at the nexus of policy, medi ...
 
Hailed more as a literary masterpiece than an accurate account of historical facts, The History of England from the Accession of James the Second by Thomas Babington Macaulay is an admirable mix of fact and fiction. Modern day readers may find much that is offensive and insensitive in this five volume work which covers a particular period in the long and eventful history of Britain. However, it is certainly a book that leads the reader on to further research into the events and people mentio ...
 
Intended for children 11 to 14 years old, The Story of the Middle Ages relates a little known period of history in an interesting and entertaining way. The author terms the Middle Ages as that period in the history of Europe between the fifth and fifteenth centuries. Its beginning is marked by the decline and fall of the mighty Roman Empire and its end is generally thought to be the dawn of the Renaissance or the Age of Discovery. The Middle Ages are also divided by historians into the Early ...
 
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Title: The Twenty-fifth Sunday After Pentecost, 2021 – Stand Firm! (Entire Service, Audio Only) Speaker: Rev. James Redmann We invite you to worship with us. See our contact page for directions. Listen to the Sermon Order of Service and Scripture Lessons Lutheran Service Builder Link Donate If you would like to help spread the good news of Jesus Ch…
 
Amos 1:1-2; 5:14-15, 21-24 Let justice roll down like waters and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream. It gets easy to talk in platitudes about what God says to us, about what words God uses with us. I’m pretty sure that none of us would have Amos 5:21-24 hanging in the entryway of our homes, as a sign to welcome visitors. We……
 
Order a hymnal for your home Upcoming Events Monday, 6:30 pm: Deacons meeting 7:00 pm: Council meeting Wednesday, 6:00 pm: Confirmation 7:00 pm: Youth group 7:00 pm: WMF Bible study & meeting Saturday, 11:00 am: Memorial service for Deb Johnson. Visitation Friday night at Amundson Funeral Home, 6-8 pm. 7:30 am: “Behold His Glory” on KNOX 1310/107.9…
 
Msgr. James Bartylla’s homily for the Twenty-Fifth Sunday After Pentecost at St. Mary of Pine Bluff Catholic Church. Monsignor celebrated Holy Mass in the extraordinary form. Introit: Jeremiah 29: 11, 12, 14Epistle: 1 Thessalonians 1: 2-10Gospel: Matthew 13: 31-35 Propers for the Twenty-Fifth Sunday After Pentecost (from ExtraordinaryForm.org)…
 
"In this sermon, Meg Stapleton Smith explores what it means to read the Gospel of Mark from the perspective of Mark's historical audience. Meg invites us to see that our Gospel passage for today is about radical trust in ourselves, in Christ, and in God."על ידי Meg Stapleton Smith
 
Today we’re sharing with you a special episode that we recorded in front of a live audience out at my farm, Old Town. I’m joined by Bruce Broussard, President and CEO of Humana, and Glen Tullman, CEO of Transcarent, to discuss the evolution of care models and where healthcare is headed in the future. A special thanks to Emids Technologies, a leadin…
 
Fr. Richard Heilman’s homily for the Second Sunday of Advent at St. Mary of Pine Bluff Catholic Church in Pine Bluff, Wisconsin. Father celebrated Holy Mass in the ordinary form. Reading I: Bar 5:1-9Responsorial Psalm: 126:1-2, 2-3, 4-5, 6.Reading II: Phil 1:4-6, 8-11Gospel: Lk 3:1-6 Follow the readings (from USCCB)…
 
Ezekiel 37:1-14 Many times, we want God to bring us out of the place where we are to a better place, often a much better place. We don’t ask to be moved from the frying pan into the fire. We ask to be taken from the bad into the good. With that in mind, let’s look at this passage from Ezekiel.…על ידי First Presbyterian Church of Marion, Illinois
 
Fr. Cristian Valenzuela Arenas’ homily for the Second Sunday of Advent at St. Mary of Pine Bluff Catholic Church in Pine Bluff, Wisconsin. Father celebrated Holy Mass in the extraordinary form. Introit: Isaiah 30: 30Epistle: Romans 15: 4-13Gospel: Matthew 11: 2-10 Propers for the Second Sunday of Advent (from ExtraordinaryForm.org)…
 
Title: The First Sunday in Advent, 2021 – Be Prepared, But Not Afraid! (Sermon, Audio Only) Speaker: Rev. James Redmann We invite you to worship with us. See our contact page for directions. Listen to the Sermon Order of Service and Scripture Lessons Lutheran Service Builder Link Donate If you would like to help spread the good news of Jesus Christ…
 
Title: The First Sunday in Advent, 2021 – Be Prepared, But Not Afraid! (Entire Service, Audio Only) Speaker: Rev. James Redmann We invite you to worship with us. See our contact page for directions. Listen to the Service Order of Service and Scripture Lessons Lutheran Service Builder Link Donate If you would like to help spread the good news of Jes…
 
Order a hymnal for your home Upcoming Events Wednesday, 6:00 pm: Confirmation 7:00 pm: Youth group 7:00 pm: Bible study (Ecclesiastes) Sunday, 7:30 am: “Behold His Glory” on KNOX 1310/107.9 10:00 am: Sunday School Christmas Program No Sunday School Monday, December 13, 6:30 pm: Deacons meeting 7:00 pm: Council meeting Wednesday, December 15, 6:30 p…
 
Title: Thanksgiving, 2021 – Thank You God! (Sermon, Audio Only) Speaker: Rev. James Redmann We invite you to worship with us. See our contact page for directions. Listen to the Sermon Donate If you would like to help spread the good news of Jesus Christ, please click here. There are now options to give online! Subscribe Subscribe (link) to our podc…
 
As the nation and world continue to grapple with COVID-19, there is much to learn about how to improve our health preparedness in the midst of crisis. Nashville is one of the first communities in the nation to do a comprehensive review of lessons learned from Nashville's health, business and community response to the pandemic. Today, we’re going to…
 
Benedict was not the first monk to compose a rule for living in community — but he's certainly the most influential. He wrote the Rule that the Emperor Charlemagne would propose as guidebook for all monks in the West. Yet Benedict himself was self-effacing in the extreme, and he remains elusive for historians. Lately, he has emerged as a patron and…
 
Fr. Richard Heilman’s homily for the First Sunday of Advent at St. Mary of Pine Bluff Catholic Church. Father celebrated Holy Mass in the ordinary form. Reading I: Jer 33:14-16Responsorial Psalm: 25:4-5, 8-9, 10, 14Reading II: 1 Thes 3:12—4:2Gospel: Lk 21:25-28, 34-36 Follow the readings (from USCCB)…
 
Grace to you and peace from God, our Creator and our Savior, Jesus Christ. Amen. I often see a particular phrase shared or at least the sentiment of it, quite a bit on social media and I know it exists in self-help books, inspirational videos, and printed on all of our favorite goodies like shirts and mugs. “Make every second count.”... The post Fo…
 
Jeremiah 29:1, 4-14 When times are good, there’s no need for change. (Who times are good for is another conversation.) However, when times aren’t so good, we often long for change. Often, things going terribly wrong are the only reason that we are willing to change. Exile is one of those big changes. Pandemic is one of those big changes.……
 
Order a hymnal for your home Upcoming Events Wednesday, 6:00 pm: Confirmation 7:00 pm: Youth group 7:00 pm: Bible study (Ecclesiastes) Sunday, 7:30 am: “Behold His Glory” on KNOX 1310/107.9 10:00 am: Divine worship with Holy Communion 11:15 am: Sunday school (preschool through adult) Sunday, December 12, 10:00 am: Sunday School Christmas Program…
 
Fr. Richard Heilman’s homily for the First Sunday of Advent at St. Mary of Pine Bluff Catholic Church. Father celebrated Holy Mass in the extraordinary form. Introit: Psalms 24: 1-3Epistle: Romans 13: 11-14Gospel: Luke 21: 25-33 Propers for the First Sunday of Advent (from ExtraordinaryForm.org)על ידי Fr Richard Heilman
 
Title: The Last Sunday of The Church Year, 2021 – Be Patient (Entire Service, Audio Only) Speaker: Rev. James Redmann We invite you to worship with us. See our contact page for directions. Listen to the Sermon Order of Service and Scripture Lessons Lutheran Service Builder Link Donate If you would like to help spread the good news of Jesus Christ, …
 
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