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Welcome to the St. Paul's Leaskdale Church audio podcast. These 25-30 minute messages are intended to help you grow in your relationship with God and others. Whether church is new to you or not, our hope is that you will experience a life that is fully alive! Check us out at www.saintpauls.ca
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The MatchUp at St. Paul's

The MatchUp at St. Paul's

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Season Two starts February 15, 2024! Who is the craziest saint? The most dysfunctional family in the bible? The worst apostle? Join host Jason Franklin as he referees two presenters sharing their stories and opinions. Once all is said and done, you decide who shared the most compelling story. The MatchUp is an official podcast of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Winston-Salem, NC.
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When physicians work together, the patients reap the rewards. This podcast joins a dynamic mix of doctors with different specialties and interests, who come together to discuss challenging cases. Working through obstacles, examining different techniques of approach and debating alternative practices; the group ventures down many paths to get the right diagnosis and treatment for their patients. New findings, medical studies and interesting topics are discussed.
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St. Paul's Church, East Ham

St. Paul's Church, East Ham

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So you missed the sermon last week because you woke up late, your small child needed the toilet, or you just plain and simply nodded off. Don't worry, now you can listen again at your leasure. Grab your Bible, make some notes, or just sit back and relax.
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Martin Luther strove to give a verse by verse exegesis of the Epistle to the Galatians in the work. The original work, written in Latin in around 1516, was much longer. This translation by Theodore Graebner strove to produce a copy of the work in a format and with wording much more applicable to the general English-speaking American public. (Summary by Timothy Perkins)
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The St. Paul's Episcopal Church podcast contains audio recorded at church events. Our church motto is "Proclaiming Christ in the heart of the city." Current clergy include the Rev. Dr. Charlie Dupree, the Rev. Rainey Dankel, the Rev. Gwynn Crichton, and the Rev. Ben Campbell. Whatever brings you to St. Paul’s, and whoever you are, we are glad you are here. We welcome all, regardless of age, culture, disabilities, ethnic origin, gender, gender identity, marital status, nationality, race, reli ...
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This podcast interviews alumnae of St. Paul's School for Girls and explores the history and impact of SPSG. Special thanks to our guests: Kathy Armstrong Gaudet ‘69 Nell Tapscott Goetze ‘89 Ebony Harley ‘05 Emily McKhann ‘79 Laura Ciekot Newell ‘99 Edee Waller Jan Colt Wang ‘69 Karen Berger Yeagle ’63 St. Paul’s School for Girls educates hearts and minds in an inclusive community that is grounded in the Episcopal values of respect, integrity, and spiritual growth. We empower voice, nurture i ...
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Romans 12 is the description of what happens when God’s mercy overflows in a church’s life. Lifelong attitudes change, love becomes genuine, mocking enemies are not met with equal and opposite force but, quite the opposite, with peace and gentleness. Be praying even now for how God will speak uniquely to your small group.…
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In our Gospel reading this week from Luke 24:36-48, Jesus comes unexpectedly amongst His disciples, and helps them understand what the scriptures are on about....forgiveness and that they will be witness of this forgiveness from God....this week will explore the significance of Jesus' presence in our lives and what it means for us to be witness of …
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Canon of St Paul’s Cathedral for 33 years, John Collins was a remarkable priest and social reformer who was one of the world's leading proponents in the causes of justice, freedom and peace. Discover more about Collins’ life, work and activism in this podcast episode.Produced and presented by Douglas Anderson.…
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All along, we’ve been saying that God’s heart is to see us INCLUDED. That’s why Jesus came, and that’s the subject of Paul’s letter to the Romans. At times, Christians forget God’s radical inclusion of them and go back to the old patterns of competing and comparing. Sadly, that was happening in the Roman Church. Paul has one powerful dose for that …
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Easter Sunday changes everything.....the resurrection of Jesus gives us a life where peace and belief can exist beyond amongst the troubles and difficulties of life...because we have a life to look forward to....and this then changes how we live today. Our focus this week comes from the Gospel of John 20:19-31 Support the show…
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I love it when people have the gift of communicating clearly. Paul, following Moses in the second half of Deuteronomy 30, does exactly that: communicates clearly. Here’s what it means to become and be a Christian: it means believing the Resurrection and not keeping that good news to yourself! Clear, but not easy! This is something you’ll do for the…
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When St Paul’s was constructed under the stewardship of Sir Christopher Wren, it was by a male dominated workforce – almost exclusively male – except for one woman: Jane Brewer, who cast and polished the golden pineapple found on the Cathedral’s south west tower. Find out more about Jane, and the curious pineapple architectural details to be found …
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The word “predestination” tends to get the hair on the back of people’s necks standing on end! Nobody likes the idea of God choosing who is ‘in’ and who is ‘out’. Paul doesn’t really mean to tackle that question in this passage but he does intend to talk about what God’s plan is for humanity and how we are included in carrying that plan.…
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The world is broken and in pain, and so are we. All of us suffer, including (maybe especially) followers of Jesus. But Jesus gives us resources for walking through suffering: a perspective shaped by hope, prayer to process pain and grief, and the promise of his forever, unlimited love.
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