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EPCC and the MSc in High Performance Computing run an annual Guest Lecture series, with speakers drawn from industry and academia. Talks focus on state-of-the-art applications of HPC in real world situations, with many reflecting the type of work our MSc students will undertake after graduation.www.epcc.ed.ac.uk/msc twitter.com/#!/EPCCedinburgh
 
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The apostle Paul viewed every experience he had as a divine appointment, and that shaped his perspective on life. It's how he could write such a joyful letter to the Philippian church while he was in prison. It all boiled down to his focus: his Lord, Jesus Christ. In this message, Joseph Gros explores Paul's devotion to Christ and shares how you ca…
 
We all chase after things in life to find the peace we crave. But only Jesus can give us true, lasting peace, as He promised in John 14. In this message, Neil Ortiz explains how you can experience this peace: by rejecting the world's counterfeits, putting your faith in God, and fixing your mind on Christ. Neil Ortiz - Guest Speaker at Calvary Albuq…
 
We were made to worship the Lord and enjoy Him forever. But because of sin and the separation it brings, we often waste our worship by putting idols before the Lord. In this message, Sam Cruz challenges you to evaluate your worship, sharing key insight that will take your worship to another level as you strive to become more like Jesus. Sam Cruz - …
 
The current events we face—the global pandemic, a tumultuous political season, and social unrest—have all come together to breed tension and conflict, even in the body of Christ. But the apostle Paul reminded believers that "we do not wrestle against flesh and blood" (Ephesians 6:12). In this message, Nelson Walker explains how prayerfulness and un…
 
The British preacher Joseph Parker once said, "Speak to the suffering, and you will never lack an audience. There is a broken heart in every crowd." In this message, Robert Furrow teaches from John 11 and shares his personal story of loss and heartbreak, offering comfort and the hope of Jesus as he explores the signs of grief and how you can help o…
 
The great gift that Jesus gives us is the Holy Spirit. The Spirit is God’s active presence in our lives. We bear fruit that glorifies God when we walk in the Spirit. But how do we do that? As we see how the Spirit worked in the life of Jesus, we learn amazing things about how He works in our lives. Daniel Fusco - Guest Speaker at Calvary Albuquerqu…
 
The body of Christ loves people and wants every person to spend eternity in heaven rather than hell. In this teaching from Luke 16, Pastor Raul Ries invites us to consider the decisions we're making in our lives and ask, What should I be doing in life as I get closer to death? Seeking after God should be the number one priority in our lives, but in…
 
A picture can portray an idea as quickly, effectively, and profoundly as the written word. But what did Jesus look like? In the absence of a photograph or true portrait, what do artistic renderings of Jesus communicate? In this message, Pastor Brian Nixon compares earthly portraits of Christ with John's heavenly vision of Christ from the first chap…
 
There is room for everyone at the feet of Jesus. When Jesus was eating at the house of Simon the Pharisee, a woman interrupted their dinner. Simon and his guests saw themselves as self-righteously superior to this woman and did not make room for her or truly welcome Jesus into their hearts. The woman, on the other hand, realized her desperate need …
 
When Christians don't live out their faith, the surrounding culture suffers. New York Times best-selling author Eric Metaxas shares how God used one man to change the godless, broken society of nineteenth century England for the cause of Christ. William Wilberforce helped bridge the gap between a nominally Christian culture and vibrant Christian co…
 
When Christians don't live out their faith, the surrounding culture suffers. In Pastor Skip Heitzig's candid interview with New York Times best-selling author Eric Metaxas, we learn how God used William Wilberforce to change the godless, broken culture of nineteenth century England for the cause of Christ. Find inspiration in the impact one person …
 
In this special message, Franklin Graham asks, "Have you ever been at a point in life where you just didn't know where to go or what to do?" In Luke 7 we find a woman—sinful and condemned—who didn't know what to do or where to go until she knelt at Jesus' feet and found forgiveness. Franklin Graham - Guest Speaker at Calvary Albuquerque.…
 
Nick Vujicic is a dynamic evangelist and author, whose hobbies include fishing, painting, and swimming. Nick established Life Without Limbs in 2005 and currently serves as president and CEO. From sold-out stadiums to the halls of solitary confinement prisons, Nick has shared a message of hope in nearly seventy countries. Nick Vujicic - Guest Speake…
 
Americans consume three times more pills due to stress and anxiety than the rest of the world combined. We are a generation that has means, but no meaning. As Christians, our hope should not be dictated by our circumstances; our circumstances should always be dictated by our hope in Jesus. In this message, guest speaker Ben Courson reminds us that …
 
As believers, we know what the Lord has commanded us to do, yet many of us wait on the sidelines for additional direction. Teaching from Acts 1, Jonathan Laurie encourages us to use our own story—our personal testimony of what the Lord has done for us—to get in the game. Even our pain can be part of the story we share as we witness for Jesus Christ…
 
Suffering is difficult, but trials can stretch our faith in unthinkable ways, often causing us to seek the Lord in ways we wouldn't have had we not gone through them. Jon Geraci shares that since storms are meant to damage our faith and to draw our eyes away from Jesus, our first response should be to draw closer to Him and worship Him right in the…
 
The Bible is the best-selling, most overlooked and underutilized book of all time. God didn't write it simply as a compilation of bedtime stories and coffee mug promises. The good news is that since God's Word is alive, if we slow down and listen, we can hear the pulse of God's Word, pointing us back to God Himself. After all, the Bible isn't about…
 
Levi Lusko is the pastor of Fresh Life Church in Montana and is the author of Through the Eyes of a Lion, Swipe Right, and I Declare War. We all have our own struggles, but in Christ "we are more than conquerors" (Romans 8:37). In this message, Levi provides strategies we can employ to win the battle with our own minds and encourages us to be singl…
 
Brad Formsma is the author of the book I Like Giving: The Transforming Power of a Generous Life and the founder and CEO of I Like Giving. In this teaching, he provides ways for us to live a generous life through our awareness, actions, and impact. Brad showed us how we can use our thoughts, words, money, influence, time, attention, and stuff to liv…
 
Joel Rosenberg is a New York Times best-selling author and the founder and chairman of The Joshua Fund, a nonprofit educational and charitable organization that mobilizes Christians to bless Israel and her neighbors in the name of Jesus. He has engaged audiences all over the world with his in-depth knowledge of biblical prophecy combined with a vas…
 
Before any flight, an attendant announces that oxygen masks will drop down in the event the plane loses cabin pressure. The thought of that happening can make anyone anxious and even fearful. Throughout the Bible, believers experienced those same feelings in times of suffering. In this message, Mat Pirolo examines the lives of some who have suffere…
 
The New Testament consists of twenty-seven books, which describe the life and ministry of Jesus, the ministry of the apostles, the history of the early church, and the happenings of the last days. Each book was written for a specific audience with a specific purpose. In this message, Nelson Walker explores the audience and theme of each New Testame…
 
In this teaching, Franklin Graham examines the reign of Manasseh in 2 Chronicles 33. Although he had led the nation of Israel into a false religion of idolatry and immorality, Manasseh repented, received God's forgiveness, and was restored to his kingdom. Franklin reminds us that forgiveness through faith in Jesus Christ is available to everyone, n…
 
Increase your faith and take your confidence in Scripture to soaring heights. In this message, Neil Ortiz explains how God's flight plan—the Bible—is perfect, complete, and powerful—a trustworthy guide for your life. Neil Ortiz - Guest Speaker at Calvary Albuquerque.על ידי Neil Ortiz
 
What do you do when your faith experiences turbulence? The Barna Group found that two-thirds of Christians experience doubt at some point, and a growing percentage of those raised in the church lose their faith as adults. What reasons do we have to trust the Bible? And what can we do to help stabilize the faith of those who are in a tailspin? Jesse…
 
In a day when people are increasingly busy, how do convictional Christians find quality time to adequately study the Bible? In this teaching, Brian Nixon shares two practical and productive means to approach Scripture, providing a macro and micro vantage point of God's Word. Brian Nixon - Guest Speaker at Calvary Albuquerque.…
 
The Old Testament contains thirty-nine books covering roughly 2,000 years of human history, from creation to about 400 BC. Each individual book was written with a main theme for a specific purpose, and they are divided into sections: the Law, history, poetry, and the Prophets. In this message, Nelson Walker reveals the main audience and theme of ea…
 
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