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People of Palm Beach is a local leading podcast hosted by TV news veteran, show creator and branding expert, Suzanne Boyd. On this podcast, Suzanne sits down for conversations with inspiring people in South Florida. Suzanne's strong interviewing, social media and communication skills make each episode both conversational and compelling.
 
Join Palm Beach's Giovanni & Jack as they bring you "Gio & Jack's Palm Beach Social"! A weekly Talk Radio Show spotlighting Social and Philanthropic Events in and around Palm Beach. Champagne is always flowing in the Studio and the Guys are an Entertaining Blend of Information and Education... The Perfect Accompaniment to Your Weekend Plans! Join Gio & Jack with Special Guests each weekend.
 
An overview of the real estate market and life in Palm Beach and the surrounding counties. The podcast and website provide detailed information on Florida's history, the growing economy, tourist attractions, and information on this booming multi-billion-dollar state that attracts people from all over the world. Exit at the Palm Beaches covers the A to Z's on Florida!If you need any additional information regarding Florida's real estate market, the boating industry, shopping, or any of the ca ...
 
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Talked with Rochelle Wolberg, Curator/Director, Mounts Botanical Gardens. They have just opened a new exhibit, Sean Kenney's Nature Pop! made with LEGO Bricks. The garden is open Tuesday-Sunday (closed Mondays) and in addition to walking through the gardens, listeners can also participate in classes including: gentle body movement, Qi Gong, Yoga Ni…
 
Our Sunday night theme that our series will center on is Return, Rebuild, Renew. I believe we need this theme after what we have gone through with this pandemic. It is time to hit the reset button. It is time for us to find a new beginning. It is time to return, rebuild, and renew the work of God for 2022. So this is what we are going to look at th…
 
Matthew has been showing us pictures of who the Savior will be and what his mission will be. Matthew 2 contains four prophecies that show the obscurity of the Christ. We looked at the first of these prophecies last week. The Christ was to be born in Bethlehem, a little town to be counted among the clans of Judah (Micah 5:2), will no longer be littl…
 
Talked with Linda and Paula from the Kravis Center. They have a great season lined up including Kravis on Broadway, Regional Arts Classical Concert Series, Lunch and Learn, their Gala featuring artists Steve Martin and Martin Short just to name a few. Listeners can go to Kravis.org and see complete listings, sign up to be a volunteer, become a memb…
 
This final chapter of Paul’s letter to Timothy, the final words we have recorded from the apostle Paul, hurts the heart to read. Paul is concluding his letter to Timothy about how to have faith during difficult times. As he concludes, Paul describes life as a race and wants to encourage Timothy to finish the race. Let us look at how Paul finished h…
 
The Gospel of Matthew is a presentation to the reader that Jesus is the king we need to save us from our sins and bring us near to God. God wants to live with his people. In Matthew 1:23 we see that in Jesus God is now living with us. New life and new hope is available because God has not abandoned his desire to be with his people. Rather, the king…
 
Talked with Lisa Hathaway, Library Director, Mandel Public Library. They are fully open to the public for in person as well as offering on-line services for whichever the patron is most comfortable. Mandel has a wide variety of programs, books, audio books, book clubs, yoga, meditation classes, music-podcasting classes, driving simulator, art class…
 
We all need encouragement especially in difficult times. We all need encouragement to continue in the faith especially during fearful times. Paul is writing to Timothy to strengthen his faith. This second letter to Timothy is an encouraging letter to make Timothy aware of life as a disciple of Jesus. Paul has encouraged Timothy to not be ashamed bu…
 
We noted in the genealogy of Jesus that there was a lot of scandals recorded in those names. But this is not going to be the end to the scandalous nature of Jesus’ beginnings. Yet these difficult beginnings are to give us hope and build our faith in our savior. Open your copies of God’s word to Matthew 1:18-25. It is a curious beginning because it …
 
Talked with Elizabeth Dashiell about upcoming events including: Kravis Center shows, Treasure Coast libraries, Mandel Public Library, and the Palm Beach Poetry Festival. The 18th Annual Poetry Festival is 100 % virtual and will offer free and ticketed events via Zoom. Special Guest Poet Yusef Komunyakaa and Poet at Large, Aimee Nezhukumatathil will…
 
So you are excited to read about Jesus. You open your copy of God’s word to the Gospel of Matthew and you are introduced with a long list of names. Who would start the good news of Jesus with a genealogy? Why do we have a sea of names and why do we have to wade through them? Why not just start in verse 18? The Gospel of Matthew is establishing the …
 
How do you have faith in uncertain times? The first chapter and the first half of the second chapter have described pictures of what it looks like to be a follower of Jesus. We must not be ashamed. We must join in the suffering. We must use the gifts God has given to us. We must be a good soldier, an athlete, and a hardworking farmer to receive the…
 
We have been talking about discipleship in this series from Galatians 5-6. Paul is teaching what it looks like to follow Jesus. But Paul gets to the heart of discipleship in this final paragraph as he ends his letter to the Galatians. Lots of people can look like disciples. But there is a right motivation and there are wrong motivations. There are …
 
We are looking at how to have faith in difficult times. Paul and Timothy were both facing difficult times and Paul is teaching Timothy how to have faith during fearful times. In the first chapter of 2 Timothy the apostle Paul has described how to endure as a servant of God. Paul has told Timothy to not be ashamed of the gospel but to hold on to the…
 
In our series on Discipleship we have been looking at the pictures the apostle Paul presents on what it looks like to follow Jesus. The big picture has been to walk by the Spirit and you will not gratify the desires of the flesh. Giving your life to the ways and teachings of God is what will be life transforming and give you success over sin and jo…
 
Paul is writing to Timothy to encourage his faith. Suffering and hardships can cause our faith to be shaken. So Paul writes this letter to Timothy to strengthen his faith over the fear that he is experiencing. Paul tells Timothy that he knows and prays for Timothy and his sincere faith. Use the gifts God has given to him. Do not be ashamed of the t…
 
As the apostle Paul has been talking about discipleship, he has spent the time talking about our individual walking with the Lord in Galatians 5:16-25. Paul has told us that the desires of the flesh and the desires of the Spirit are opposed to each other and that by walking by the Spirit means we will not gratify the desires of the flesh. Further, …
 
We are starting a new sermon series this evening. In 2021 our theme has been on hope in hard times. We have been talking about the hope God gives us as we go through trials, suffering, and hardships. Our focus and theme for 2022 is going to be about growing and strengthening our faith. I will have more to say about those things in future lessons as…
 
If you have grown up in the pews or been a Christian for a significant amount of time, you have likely heard about the fruit of the Spirit. You have probably heard lessons about the fruit of the Spirit. Often the approach to Galatians 5:22-23 is to talk about each of these characteristics and then tell us that we need to focus on showing more love,…
 
How do you end the telling of Israel’s history? The author of Kings started with the rise of Solomon and has described for us the complete failure of the nation. Solomon’s sins have trickled down until we have heard the Lord declare that Jerusalem will be wiped like a dish so that there will be nothing left. So how do you end the telling of Israel’…
 
We started our series on Discipleship a few weeks back and we are looking at what the apostle Paul says to the Galatians about what it looks like to follow Jesus. We began with Paul telling us that this is a winnable war against the sins of the flesh. Walk by the Spirit and you will not gratify the desires of the flesh (Galatians 5:16). We talked a…
 
The alternate title I had for this lesson is, “How To Live on a Sinking Ship.” But the title I went with for this message is “Light In Total Darkness.” The focus of our study is to consider how you are supposed to live as God’s people when the nation is doomed. What should God’s people do when you are watching a culture fall so far from God that ju…
 
We have been in the midst of a series this year called Hope Starts Here. When we go through hardships and difficulties, we need some hope. In this lesson we are going to look at how to have hope in the wilderness. Why did Israel have to go through the wilderness after their exodus from Egyptian slavery? When you look at a map you will see that the …
 
We have been looking at the life of Hezekiah who is the best king that the nation of Judah ever had. He torn down the high places and trusted in the Lord. He kept the commands of the Lord and the Lord made him prosper. We left off with Hezekiah enjoying the benefits of trusting in the Lord. Rather than relying on Egypt or trying to pay off Assyria,…
 
We are beginning our series called Discipleship in which our text is going to come from Galatians 5-6. Sometimes when we talk about discipleship or following the disciplines of the Christian life, the discussion turns into all the things that you do to try to be a follower of Jesus. Lessons are given that tell us that we need to pray more, study th…
 
What is love? It is a question that has been asked for centuries. People have written volumes of books on trying to explain love. If you Google the question, “What is love?” you will get thousands of different answers. One answer I found was this: “What is love? An intangible connection between two people that feels exceptionally good” (www.selfcre…
 
At the end of 2006 we did a series of lessons called “Having the Good Life Now” where we examined the teachings of the Proverbs. I want to begin a new series today that is an extension of that series, looking at “Having the Fruitful Life Now.” This series will center around the characteristics taught by Paul in Galatians 5, described as the fruit o…
 
It looks like all hope is lost. There are many times in life when it looks like all hope is lost. There is no chance for reversal. There is no hope for change. There is no way that we are going to get through this. This is where we are in the life of Judah. Israel has been captured by the Assyrians and have been removed from the land. The last king…
 
This morning we are going to talk about the gods we make. We might immediately think that we do not make gods. We are Christians and we do not have any other gods. But one of the things Paul had to do while preaching the gospel was expose the gods that were in people’s lives. In Acts 19 we see some of the gods that have a hold over our lives. True …
 
I’m right. I know I am right. You cannot persuade me that I am not right. I wish everyone would realize that I am right. I know what I am talking about. I am smarter than most people around me and they would be far better off if they would listen to me. I am right and anyone who does not do things my way is wrong. If you would just ask me, I would …
 
The books of 1 & 2 Kings have spent the majority of its time following the northern nation, Israel, after the kingdom divided in the days of Rehoboam. We have seen the emphasis on the ministries of Elijah and Elisha as they worked in Israel. But we have seen that Israel has not listened to the prophets and have not turned to the Lord. As we come ba…
 
“Futile! Futile!” laments the Teacher. “Absolutely futile! Everything is futile!” What benefit do people get from all the effort which they expend on earth? (Ecclesiastes 1:2-3 NET) The Common English Bible reads, “Perfectly pointless…. Everything is pointless.” Do you feel like life is like being a hamster stuck running on its wheel? You just wond…
 
God has described the problem that is occurring with his people in the book of Zephaniah. Even though Josiah is the king (1:1) and even though he is making spiritual reforms, the people are complacent (1:12). They bow down to God while they are bowing down to false gods (1:5). They are worshiping God but they do not follow him, seek him, or inquire…
 
Can we know the unknown God? It is an important question to ask because we live in a time when most people think that God is unknowable. They say we cannot know if there even is a God and, if there is, then that God cannot be known or understood. This is often illustrated today when a story about a number of people in a dark room touching the diffe…
 
There is probably no sentence we hate to hear more out of the lips of others than the words, “I told you so.” “I tried to tell you.” “I tried to tell but you would not listen.” But imagine if God had to say those words to us. He does. But before we get to that, we need to consider what we are looking at in the book of Zephaniah. The first chapter o…
 
Please Note: Due to problems with the recorder this audio lesson was recorded from a lower quality, secondary source. The second half of the book of Acts is showing us these great pictures of God’s salvation. Acts 17 is going to show how God is saving his people and the kind of heart needed to respond. You may remember that Jesus told a parable tha…
 
Complacent is an interesting word to think about. When do we experience complacency in life? We typically become complacent about things that we become used to experiencing. We become unconcerned and comfortable about something in our life. Sometimes we hear about a sports team becoming complacent after winning a championship. They are now satisfie…
 
We have been spending our year talking about having hope especially through difficult times. God wants us to have hope when we experience our hardships. We have talked about having hope after failure, hope in trials, hope when life does not go according to plan, hope when feeling alone, hope when anxious, hope when hopeless, and hope when tempted. …
 
We seem to gravitate to this time of the year. I think the reason that we gravitate to this time of year is that there is hope. We have hope for the new year to not be like the last year. We have hope that things could be different in the future. There are many times in the year when we are not hopeful for our future but feel that the future is ble…
 
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