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Redemption Unscripted is a podcast brought to you by Redemption Chapel. On this podcast you will hear unscripted conversations between our pastors and some staff to help you know Jesus, grow in your relationship with Him, and go advance His kingdom.
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Welcome home where healing and restoration is celebrated in stories from those who have walked through fire and come out on the other side. Welcome to the Pursing Redemption podcast with Heather Shore. #innerhealing #deliverance #jesus #holyspirit #god
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Redemption Hill is a non-denominational network of Micro-Churches that is learning the way of Jesus to be a blessing to our city of Boise, Idaho that we love so much. Join us for our weekly podcast where we explore more about what it looks like to be transformed in the way of Jesus.
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Welcome to Redemption’s Table – a fresh ingredient podcast. Every week I will sit down to this table with a Special Guest, share a restaurant meal or cup of coffee or an ice cream cone, and engage in a recorded podcast conversation, on site, with redemption as the main course. You’re invited to join in on this flavorful adventure that will accentuate the reality of redemption in the lives of everyday people like you and me. A reality that, I believe, finds its ultimate expression in Jesus of ...
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Are you adding value to the world or just seeking it for yourself? This is a fundamental question in all alchemical and Hermetic traditions. We’re told that we’ve been created in the image and likeness of God. We know that God is a creative being, and therefore so too are you. But think about this: God is the life force; and God therefore must crea…
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Daniel 3:1-12 King Nebuchadnezzar made an image of gold, whose height was sixty cubits and its breadth six cubits. He set it up on the plain of Dura, in the province of Babylon. Then King Nebuchadnezzar sent to gather the satraps, the prefects, and the governors, the counselors, the treasurers, the justices, the magistrates, and all the officials o…
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1. Tim preached about the need for our approach to our doubts to be neither indulgent nor avoidant, but to, instead, be creative. He talked about stewarding the tool of doubt. What experiences do you have with indulging in doubt and avoiding doubt? Tell your group a bit about those parts of your story - or as much of it as you may have to tell at t…
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In rural southern Indiana, more than two decades ago, an upstart church began with a handful of people, and God has grown it into an impactful church of more than 2,000, with campuses in three towns. How did this happen? What did God use to not just make a church grow, but create a movement of Christ followers who are brought into the mission of lo…
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Welcome to the Redemption Recap, where we rewind the Sunday Sermon and remind you of all that is happening here at Redemption. Miss the previous episode? Check out the link below:https://youtu.be/FEWtugrWaXEWebsite:www.experienceredemption.comFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/experienceredemptionInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/experienceredemp…
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Dana, Steve, and Lee discuss the controversial (and yet also not controversial) topic of abortion. Why do we oppose it? Is it only a political issue? Should it affect how we vote? ********************************************************************* Library Ladder Links: Leadership and Emotional Sabotage: Resisting the Anxiety That Will Wreck Your …
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“We have a particular role to play.” Why is it that, in an age of enlightenment, seeming prosperity and life and wealth and affluence, we are afflicted with an epidemic of anxiety, depression, ennui, and pain? What is the disconnect? We will be diving into these questions over the next 12 weeks through the spring sermon series, Whole: Building a Go…
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1. Stop Making Excuses – God’s Ability is Greater than Your Disability (10-17) 2. Stop Making Excuses – God Calls You to Leave Familiarity for Uncertainty (18-20) 3. Stop Making Excuses – God’s Plan is for His Glory not Your Comfort (21-23) 4. Stop Making Excuses – God’s Desire is for Your Character over Your Calling (24-26) 5. Stop Making Excuses …
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SERMON NOTES Sermon Series: Encountering the Risen Jesus Sermon Title: Encountering the Presence of Jesus Passage: Luke 24:13-16 The Journey (v13-14) 1st Question: What do we learn from the travelers? That our journey of spiritual formation requires: Our Togetherness Our Openness - with ourselves, with others, with God The Encounter (v15-16) 2nd Qu…
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What does it look like to have a life-changing encounter with God? It’s an important question, maybe even an intimidating question. This week’s sermon looks at one of the most famous scenes in all the Bible: Jacob wrestling with God. God engages Jacob at the point of his greatest weakness and transforms his life completely while also leaving him li…
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Thomas was one of Jesus' 12 disciples. He has unfortunately been labeled as a doubter. He missed Jesus' first post-resurrection appearance to His disciples. He had a backstage VIP pass to the greatest event in all of history and he didn't even show up. One Sunday later, Jesus and Thomas finally came face to face. Thank God for the oddball and the o…
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Michael Wenger and I discuss the miraculous healing of his son Silas along with his faith journey. We all think of the 'big' miracles God performs, but God is also in the business of the 'small' things. Silas's femur was completely healed after a bike accident while being prayed for at a coffee shop. Michael's own journey with healing and deliveran…
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