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A podcast about being rooted in truth and living life to the full! Because even though life can be messy and hard, God has promised to give us freedom here and now! This freedom gives us a secure identity, even with a broken past. It helps us have joy in parenting, even when we are exhausted. This freedom gives us love for our spouses- even when they are unlovable. And it can give us purpose in our careers- even if it’s not the one we want. Welcome to the Abiding Free podcast with Kristin an ...
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This podcast is about encouraging others to not focus on their problems, but to focus on God and trust that the LORD will lead them down the path that they need to go . Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dee-heningburg/support
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To have a better life through the program, “The Biblical Truth”. This is a program that takes Truths from the Bible and helps all of us to live this truth for a better life. Jesus said in John 10:10, "The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly." This program is in 2 languages Arabic & English - Same content. Season 2 is Arabic and Season 1 is English.
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Do you struggle with feelings of unworthiness, self-doubt, or just feeling like you are not enough? Do you want to make more of an impact for God's Kingdom but have beliefs that hold you back? In my journey over the years, I have struggled with limiting beliefs that kept me in bondage. As I sought help, I realized a lot of the help out there was worldly based and not based on truth. This is NOT another self-help podcast but one steeped in Biblical truth. As you listen, you can expect to brea ...
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I think that every person questions their purpose in life. Everyone seeks the meaning of life and what to know why he or she is here. Further, we try to do things in life that will give us fulfillment and satisfaction. Many times we think that we cannot find satisfaction because we do not have enough resources. For example, we may think that if we …
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This issue of Old Paths begins with a study entitled, "Babylon The Head of Gold." This is study looks at ancient and modern Babylon. There are camp meeting reports from Canada and The Philippines and a study on the Word of God. A Special study entitled "Why the Urgency" from the Philippines camp meeting as well as the youth stories of adventures of…
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What does it look like to walk in God's promises when your world is filled with hard decisions and changes? Welcome to a special episode of the Abiding Free podcast. Today, Kristin and Shannon come together to share a significant announcement about the next chapter in their ministry and the ministry of Abiding Free. In this episode, they delve into…
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One of the teachings that Jesus gave to his disciples was that it was necessary and important for him to go to the Father. You may remember Jesus telling his disciples that he must go away and where he is going they cannot follow. Why was it so important for Jesus to leave and ascend to the Father? The ascension of Jesus is sometimes not considered…
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This issue of Old Paths begins with a study entitled, "The Third Angel's Message" from A. T. Jones. This comes from a sermon given at the 1893 General Conference Session. There is a report on the work in Peru and Kenya as well as articles on "Cultivating a Christlike Character,' "Pride — More Deadly Than You Think. T his is followed by youth storie…
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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…
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…The Spirit of the Lord God is upon me, because the Lord has anointed me to bring good news to the poor; he has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and the opening of the prison to those who are bound; to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favor, and the day of vengeance of our God. (Isaiah 61:1–2 ESV) Isaiah pro…
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David’s desire was to assemble all Israel together in worship as God was coming to be with his people in Jerusalem. After a failed attempt to bring the ark of God to Jerusalem (1 Chronicles 13), David has inquired of the Lord and brought the ark successfully to Jerusalem because he followed the instructions given concerning the ark (1 Chronicles 15…
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One of the key messages of the scriptures that the religious world seems to forget is that our first priority is worship. In 1 Chronicles, the first thing we see King David desiring to do after taking the throne and settling his kingdom is to worship the Lord. Our morning and evening lessons today are going to be about worship. David shows us that …
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The title of our lesson is, “Why We Don’t Repent.” Why don’t we repent? Why don’t we have radical repentance? But this is not a question that merely I am asking each of us. It is a question that God is asking. Listen to how God presents his case to his people in Jeremiah 8. You shall say to them, Thus says the LORD: When men fall, do they not rise …
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I have an important question for you as we begin our lesson today. What gives you confidence that you are right with God? What would you point to so that you know that you are in right standing with God? As you think about this, I would like for you to open your copies of God’s word to the book of Jeremiah and we are going to look at Jeremiah 7. Je…
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We noticed in the prior lesson that 1 Chronicles is quickly bringing us to the life of David. After moving through an important genealogy in which accounts of faithfulness and unfaithfulness are recorded to show the people how to move forward and remind them of their past. Moving forward with God means not breaking faith. King Saul’s kingship and d…
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We have been looking at some common problems people experience in which they go through a deconstruction of their faith. This series is put forward as a way to help reconstruct the faith of those who are considering leaving God, leaving Jesus, leaving the faith, leaving the church, or leaving the scriptures. In our lesson we talked about the challe…
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We are beginning a new series for these two months called Restoring The Fallen. One of the amazing pictures about God is that he did not send all of his prophets condemning his people for their wickedness, only to leave them forever. God sent his prophets and his people rejected God’s message. So the people were punished and taken into exile. Yet G…
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We are in a series called Deconstructing and Reconstructing Faith. My goal in this series to answer some of the questions that I have seen and heard people facing, which is moving people to consider leaving the Lord, leaving the faith, leaving the scriptures, or leaving the church. In this lesson I want to talk about the church. There are a number …
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Is the Bible "trauma-informed"? Welcome to the Abiding Free Podcast. In this episode, host Shannon Sergey welcomes Elle Angel, a Christian life coach and author, whose own experiences with repressed trauma led her to a deep journey with Jesus towards healing and freedom, and a mission to help others. Elle shares her journey from the New Age to find…
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We have the tendency to drown out noise that becomes loud and repetitive. Car alarms fall into this category. We hear a car alarm and after a few seconds we can ignore its sounds. You might have seen parents do this with their screaming or nagging children. The child is just yelling but the parent does not even to seem to notice it anymore. But it …
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We have been in a series called Deconstructing and Reconstructing Faith. Our effort has been to consider some of the common reasons people question their faith and walk away from God, Jesus, the scriptures, or the faith. As I noted in the first lesson, there is not any way for me to address every concern that people have. But I wanted to talk about…
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When we were children, it was fun to pretend. I used to watch cartoons and pretend to be the characters that I saw in those cartoons. Halloween is a time for children to pretend to be something that they cannot be in real life. It is fun to be able to pretend. But Jeremiah has a message for people who are pretending with God. Jeremiah is a prophet …
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We have been spending time in this series working through deconstruction. What I mean by deconstruction is that something happens that causes us to reconsider our Christian beliefs. I would like to remind us from the first lesson that we should always be rechecking our beliefs in light of the scriptures to make sure that we are believing what God s…
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What does it really mean that Woman was created by God to be Man's “helper”? In this captivating conversation, host Shannon Sergey sits down with special guest Beth Guckenberger, the co-executive director of Back to Back Ministries, speaker and author. We discuss Beth's new book “Warrior of Eden” and dive deep into the subject of God's design and i…
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How do you forgive a person who has ruined your life? How do you forgive people who have spent their lives working harm and evil against you? We have a saying, “Time heals all wounds.” I don’t know that “heal” is the right word. Maybe the word “forgets” may be more accurate because once the harm is brought back to mind, the hurt from the wound quic…
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We are in a series in which we are looking at deconstructing and reconstructing faith. What I mean when I say “deconstruction” is that something happens in your life that causes you to reevaluate your faith and your understanding of Christianity. Then, sometimes that reevaluation leads to a complete abandonment of the faith. The reason for this ser…
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This issue of Old Paths begins with a study entitled, "The Ephesian Tragedy." This is a study on losing our first love with Christ. There is an announcement on the republishing of the original 1888 Re-Examined by Elders Wieland and Short. We have an article on the purpose and goals of the health work given to us as a people. his is followed by yout…
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Joseph has revealed himself to his brothers in Egypt. The brothers have changed over the years and now are willing to lay down their lives for the sake of their brother, Benjamin. Joseph has invited his family to move to Egypt where Joseph promises that he can care for them during the famine. Joseph told them that there were five more years of the …
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We are starting a new series today called Deconstructing and Reconstructing Faith. Right now there are many who have grown up in pews of various Christian denominations and churches who are going through a process that they call “deconstruction.” Brian Zahnd defines deconstruction as “a crisis of Christian faith that leads to either a reevaluation …
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Are you longing for an encounter with The Living God, but find yourself constantly stumbling over uncertainty in hearing His voice? In part three of this conversation about Hearing the Voice of God, Hosts Shannon Sergey and Kristin Nave, share more about their own personal journeys and personal stories of hearing God’s voice, as well as biblical in…
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Joseph’s brothers are back in Egypt to buy grain for the family due to the severe famine occurring at that time. Joseph enacts his plan to keep Benjamin with him. He has his silver cup placed in his bag and sends the brothers away, fully expecting the brothers to abandon Benjamin like they did to him. Joseph likely sees himself as trying to rescue …
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Preparing To Return (Genesis 43:1-14) The famine continues in its severity over the earth. Pharaoh’s dream revealed that it would be a seven year famine that would wipe any abundance accumulating during the seven years of prosperity. The grain that Jacob’s son purchased in Egypt has run out as we come to Genesis 43. Jacob instructs the sons to go b…
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I would like to draw your attention to Matthew 27. As you are turning, I want to make an important point as we begin this morning. This lesson is not delivered because of the time found on our calendars. Every Sunday we come together to celebrate and remember the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. We are doing nothing different this Sun…
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What if there's a whole new depth to hearing God's voice that you're missing out on, and you didn't even know you were missing it? Welcome to a new episode of Abiding Free. In today's episode, "Hearing the Voice of God - Part 2," hosts Kristin Nave and Shannon Sergey delve into the topic of hearing the voice of God directly and in real time. They s…
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Joseph has experienced a major turn around in his life. What looked like a life ruined by his brothers hatred and jealousy has been dramatically reversed by God. Joseph went from prisoner to prime minister in a matter of moments in Genesis 41. At 30 years old, Joseph is running Egypt and only Pharaoh is greater than him. But there is a subtle remin…
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As we return to Matthew 27 we are in the midst of a horrifying scene. Jesus has been crucified and now hangs from the cross, suspended in the air by nails in his hands and feet. He has been crucified between two other criminals. The scene before us is a scene of shame and mockery. People are passing by on their way in and out of the city of Jerusal…
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What would happen if you invited Jesus into the very spaces where fear is holding you back, and listened to what He said? In this episode of the Abiding Free Podcast, Shannon Sergey and Kristin Nave, talk about some of the major lessons they’ve learned in the last year about truly hearing the voice of God, and walking in freedom. In part one of thi…
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This issue of Old Paths begins with a study on the heavenly sanctuary of God by Sister Onycha Holt. This is followed by a testimony from Sister Sheri Stump on how she came to know the gospel truth. Next is a study on fundamental principles of church organization taken from biblical texts and spirit of prophecy statements complied by Jean-Christophe…
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We are looking at where God is in the midst of suffering. We are looking for these answers through lens of the life of Joseph. Joseph now finds himself in a prison but he is innocent. Joseph has done nothing worthy of being imprisoned. Nothing has gone right for Joseph in his life. Joseph did what his father told him to do, yet his brothers hated h…
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Jesus has been condemned by the crowd. Barabbas has been released to the people and Jesus has been scourged in preparation for his crucifixion. But it will not be as simple as going out to the place of his execution. The Roman soldiers now will take a turn with Jesus. The Roman soldiers bring Jesus inside and gather a whole company of soldiers arou…
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Have you ever felt alone or ashamed in your struggles with anxiety or depression? Have you ever thought that maybe God was disappointed in you for struggling with mental health? In today's heartfelt and moving episode, Host Kristin Nave is joined by Lara d'Entremont, author and advocate for mental health within the Christian community. She shares h…
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