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Emmanuel Baptist Church is a family of believers—a non-denominational Baptist church where Jesus is first, people are loved, and the gospel of grace is center stage. We are serious about God’s truth and Jesus’ mission. We love God; we grow together in God’s word; and we seek to serve others with authentic grace and humility. Pastor Cary Schmidt is the Senior Pastor of Emmanuel and this podcast includes his biblical, practical messages and additional messages from our pastoral staff and guest ...
 
James Cary and Barry Cooper are two English friends who live 4000 miles apart and enjoy theology, culture and the arts. Now they record themselves and call it a podcast. Thanks, internet. To get access to more than a hundred Cooper & Cary episodes (only the thirty most recent are widely available), become a Patron. Google "Cooper and Cary Patreon" or visit CooperAndCary.Com.
 
Josh Cary spent 40 years in hiding. That's right! He was hiding every part of himself in every situation, showing up in personal, social, and business trying to be the person he believed others expected of him. After feeling utterly exhausted from wearing that mask, and knowing deep down he is cut out for much more in this life, Josh ripped off the mask and is now on a mission to help other business-savvy professionals 'unmask' themselves too. Hear honest stories from successful entrepreneur ...
 
Millions read Cary's "Since You Asked" advice column on Salon.com from 2001 to 2013. Then he left Salon and moved to Italy, where he writes and podcasts the weekly. Hear his compassionate insight and offbeat humor in his own entertaining voice every Thursday, direct from the medieval Tuscan town of Castiglion Fiorentino!
 
Got a project going on in your home or yard? Need some help with your garden? You’ve come to the right place! Josh Cary and David Bates have been giving you advice on your home and garden across two millennia, two centuries and four decades. You never know who will turn up or what you might hear. This isn’t your grandmother’s gardening show. Want to interact with the guys? Leave a voicemail at (615)499-6690 and watch LIVE at 8 AM Saturdays on Facebook by searching for “The At Home Show with ...
 
“My name is Mary Cary. I live in the Yorkburg Female Orphan Asylum. You may think nothing happens in an Orphan Asylum. It does. The orphans are sure enough children, and real much like the kind that have Mothers and Fathers; and that’s why I am going to write this story.” So begins Mary’s diary, which she fills with her various doings and misadventures at the Asylum in Virginia and her sharp observations about life and human nature. She loathes Miss Bray, the head of the Asylum, who is not a ...
 
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Cary has words with Glen Scrivener, Director of Speak Life, about how people are coming around to Christianity. Kind of. Get The Air We Breathe from The Good Book Company: https://www.thegoodbook.co.uk/the-air-we-breathe Also mentioned, The World Next Door by Rory Shiner https://www.10ofthose.com/uk/products/28494/the-world-next-door Our Patrons ge…
 
“You have heard that it was said, ‘Love your neighbor and hate your enemy.’ But I tell you, love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, that you may be children of your Father in heaven. He causes his sun to rise on the evil and the good, and sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous. If you love those who love you, what reward wi…
 
Or should we call it Third Person Parenting? No, we shouldn't. Find out why as Nate Morgan Locke sits in for Cooper, joining Cary for some words about watching movies with your kids, and how the Popcorn Parenting podcast has changed their view of parenting and culture. Our Patrons get to hear an 80+ minute extended version of this episode! Together…
 
Cooper and Cary have words about politics. Wait, come back. We're talking about libertarianism. Again, come back. Is libertarianism compatible with Christianity? Does it need to be? Am I just asking questions for the sake of it now? And does anyone read this far anyway? Our Patrons get to hear an 80 minute extended version of this episode! Together…
 
On the resurrection day, the ladies who followed Jesus rushed to the tomb to finish the burial that was done hastily on the day of the crucifixion. They were filled with sorrow and grief. But they were surprised with joy when the angel said to them Jesus has risen. Nothing can explain how the stone rolled away, nor how he was able to pass the Roman…
 
Today we look at Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem. In the Book of Isaiah 50:7, the prophet described the suffering Messiah as setting his face like flint. It was an expression of Jesus’ unwavering determination to suffer and die for us. Join us as we learn about 3 characteristics of Jesus from this event. We can also be sure that this humble a…
 
Cooper and Cary have words about Lent and Ash Wednesday, before opening up our mailbag and Discord to offer wild speculation on such topics on how to tell if someone's really a Christian, "faith deconstructions", allegorical interpretations of Scripture, sleep and fairies. The episode for our Patreons is 75 mins! Why not join us over there? 🔥 https…
 
Gethsemane is about prayer. Why did Jesus pray? What did he pray? And how did God answer His prayer? We learned that God answered “No” to one prayer and “Yes” to another prayer from Jesus on the same night. Because of Jesus’ incredible love for us, he fully drank the cup of the wrath of God so that we would see the glory of God and be with Him in h…
 
In this passage, we read about His transfiguration. This event illustrates 2 points: Who is Jesus and Why did He come into the world? For a brief moment in time, His inner circle disciples witnessed the glory of God shine through Jesus’ humanity. Moses and Elijah were present as a picture that Jesus was the fulfillment of the law and the prophecy. …
 
Cooper and Cary talk to the wonderful Brant Hansen about "The Men We All Need". What is a man for, exactly? And what should Adam have done in the Garden? Brant's book, The Men We Need, is here: This was just the first 30 minutes of the conversation! Listen to the rest, for free, here: 🎧 Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cooper-c…
 
Today we look at a passage of scripture that talks about Jesus’ temptations. Were the temptations of Jesus easier than the ones we experience because he did not struggle with sin? What areas were Jesus tempted and how did he respond? How can we overcome temptations based on the examples given to us by Jesus? Jesus, full of the Holy Spirit, left the…
 
Life can be a struggle, full of obstacles, and often seemingly impossible to overcome. But what if you learned to take charge of your life? What if you learned that you had the power to change your destiny? No one person can decide the path your life will take. However, there are many ways to identify your purpose and put yourself on the path towar…
 
Baptism is a symbol of repentance for sinners. So why did Jesus have to be baptized when he was sinless? He did so to identify with us sinners. His baptism was also the fulfillment of the prophecy that pointed to the crucifixion. Jesus set examples for us to follow in baptism, in prayer, and in being filled with the Holy Spirit. If he who was sinle…
 
Cooper & Cary talk to musician and pastor Jonathan Herring about jazz, why some people really hate it, and what it's got to do with Christianity - and indeed what it may be saying about eternity (depending on how you feel when you're listening to it). Find out more about The Roots of Jazz. You can watch the first half hour over on our YouTube chann…
 
Today we are excited to have Vincent Pugliese in our show, the founder of the Total Life Freedom Community. Vincent has been a professional photographer for more than twenty-three years and is an award-winning international photographer. He has also photographed every major sporting event, including all the Olympic Games such as the Super Bowl, the…
 
This is the only passage in the scripture that focuses on Jesus’ childhood. When Jesus was 12 years old he went with his parents to Jerusalem for the festival of the Passover. Jesus said he must be in his Father’s House. Though this is a statement we hear often, at that time, it was a shocking statement for someone to claim that God was his father.…
 
Coworking spaces are a great way to get out of the office and work on your terms. They have been proven to reduce stress, increase productivity, and improve morale. If you're looking for a new workspace or just want some new ideas for where to place your business, Noelle Stary has one for you. Noelle Stary is the founder of The (CO)Working Spaces i…
 
The birth of Jesus was the reality that God moved history for His plan and His purpose to be accomplished. Everything happened exactly as the prophets had foretold. Though it appeared in our human eyes that the powerful ones were the rulers of the Roman world, the one in control and the most powerful one of all, was the infant who was born. Jesus w…
 
Cooper and Cary have words about whether you should do the following during a Sunday service: use grape juice and Doritos for the Lord's Supper, play musical instruments, wear clothes when preaching, and use a microphone. Also: is Powerpoint of the devil? We're talking about the Regulative Principle and why it's (mostly) great. But you want more. D…
 
Many people are unaware of the potential contamination issues caused by drinking water. Some contaminants found in water include lead, arsenic, and radon. Bottled water products are not always healthy or safe. The plastic bottles can leach chemicals into the water, and the bottles themselves can be filled with harmful chemicals. In addition, there …
 
Many of us consider ourselves Christians. But how confident are we in the Gospel? Do you have doubts here and there when you read the Bible? If so, you’ve come to the right place. The Gospel of Luke and John were written with this type of audience in mind. These things were written so that we may be certain of what we believe. Join us as we explore…
 
For more than a decade, readers of the bestselling Go-Giver series have been clamoring for a book on how to apply the philosophy at the heart of The Go-Giver to their personal relationships. From the original story’s co-author and his wife, a clinically trained therapist, this long-awaited sequel shows readers how to unlock a profoundly satisfying,…
 
That tweaked theme tune should tell you that Cooper and Cary are having words with friend of the show, Reformed Mythologist, Nate Morgan Locke about fairies. Literal fairies. Or Faeries if you're trying to look clever. Do they exist? Could they? And why do they keep popping up in popular culture all over the world, across thousands of years? The bo…
 
It's easy to feel like you're never going to get anywhere in life or that your goals are too lofty. You might find yourself getting discouraged when you don't see the results you wanted or when life throws something at you that seems insurmountable. But, if we can take a step back and look at the big picture, we'll see that all those small achievem…
 
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