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We are Hillsborough Junior FC, based in Lisburn Northern Ireland. Welcome to our Podcast! Our club caters for over 600 registered members, we are the 'original football for all' proving provisions for boys and girls of abilities as well as our established men's sides including our over 35s section the Hillsborough Knights and the most recently formed Hillsborough Crusaders Disabled Football section. Join us as we take a closer look at the inner workings of our club, from our history to our f ...
 
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Join us for episode five as we interview Hillsboro's Chief of Public Safety and Assistant City Manager, Tony Cain. We discuss what it has been like to run a police and fire department over the last year and then we talk about some of the other departments he oversees, such as parks, recreation, the airport, the shop, and much more. Then we continue…
 
Join us this month as we visit with Sanjay Bala from Hill Regional Hospital and learn about how he and his sister, Raji Kumar, were able to rescue the hospital from closing in 2020 and how they have basically created a brand new hospital in Hillsboro. Then we will look into a short history of the life of Hillsboro native, Dr. Red Duke.…
 
This month our conversation is with Hillsboro City Library Children's Librarian, Justin Dyer. Listen to the amazing activities the library is offering for kids this Summer and some amazing programs available to our community. Then, we talk about the history of the Andrews Cafe and the memories of its food and famous patrons.…
 
The Future - In the last episode we caught up with club founder Brian Ogle as he talked us through the foundation of the club - Co-hosted by the wonderful James Morrow of our 2011 Juniors squad, this week we take a glimpse into the future with club Director Of Football Justin Sheppard. We discuss the exciting new facility and how the club plan to u…
 
This month's episode features an interview with Hillsboro Independent School District Superintendent, Vicki Adams. Then, we learn about Hillsboro's connection to the first PTA in Texas and some pretty amazing musicians born and raised right here in Hillsboro. Don't end the podcast without listening to the details of upcoming events. Things are real…
 
In our first episode, Gary is joined by co-host Tilly Colby of the girls 2011 squad as they take a trip down memory lane with club founder Brian Ogle. Brian talks about the clubs inception, the original club colours, trips abroad and much more! An insightful glimpse into the history of our club. Committee member Gordy Nicholl also caught with with …
 
In our first episode, we sit down with Hillsboro, Texas City Manager, Megan Henderson, to discuss the "Snowpocalypse" and the difficulties with improving the city's infrastructure. We also discuss her vision for Hillsboro. The episode closes out with a random fact about Hillsboro and a dive into the historical connections between Hillsboro and Holl…
 
Is generosity dead? That may seem like a bleak question, but has the me-first mentality consumed the spirit of self-sacrifice? The church has been called to be generous, but what does that mean?As we conclude the series “Start Here” this Sunday at 10:30am, we will learn that generosity includes so much more than stewardship of physical wealth. Will…
 
Give thanks! You might have to dive deep to really proclaim your gratitude for this year. Let’s be honest, it’s been tough. However, we have to ask, “did God know all this was coming?”This week, we will explore what it means to entrust something. You see, God is not surprised by the circumstances, but He might have an opinion about our response. Jo…
 
The tension within our world because of economic, health, and social unrest puts everyone on edge. Responses come with a sharper tone and the rampant sharing of opinions has taken control. Chaos and conflict can derail our desire to love others well.What if there was a perspective on the environments of our day that enabled you to love others throu…
 
In a week marked with volatility and angst, it’s easy to question where the truth is. It’s seems fluid, doesn’t it. But that’s not altogether true. We can’t change truth. Truth doesn’t change.When we discuss truth, we must consider God. He is the unchanging constant in a tumultuous world. So why do so many discount God, what He says, and His plan? …
 
What brings unity in diversity? Everyone has an opinion and the narratives on every side can stimulate your emotions. As we embark on this week of elections and continued division in our country, it is imperative that we consider a solution.Even the church struggles with unity and diversity. Paul understood the dynamics of individuals that can be d…
 
When someone gives you a backstage pass or sideline privileges, it comes with access to something special. Usually not shared, it allows you to go places that others cannot. God has provided us an all access pass to Himself through faith in Jesus Christ.Join us Sunday as we explore the privilege with which believers are entrusted from our study of …
 
With a critical election in our country just around the corner, it is important that your vote counts. Because…voting is influence. Your vote might change the way you live. Paul’s letter to the Ephesian church was a description of a new way to live, even in the tension of rivaling loyalties. Join us this week as Pastor Bob unpacks Ephesians 2 and t…
 
How would you define the word “blessing”? It’s a curious notion that the things that are good from our perspective are a blessing, and yet, the things that are difficult or tragic would not. How would you rate God on His record of blessing?As we begin this 7-week series from Ephesians, we will discover or be reminded that the Gospel calls us to a n…
 
This year marks the 125th anniversary of Ebenezer Baptist Church. Today, we celebrate God's faithfulness and grace. As we look back at our heritage, we also consider what this generation will leave as a legacy.Our guest speaker for today is Dr. Chuck Register, Associate Executive Director-Treasurer and Director of Church Planting and Missions Partn…
 
In small and large ways, promises are part of everyday life. We promise to pay back loans, change habits, eat healthier, slow down, and more. But what about when God promises? Do we measure the faithfulness of God by our own ability to keep our promises?This Sunday, we will consider how we respond to God’s promises and why this is important when li…
 
There is a ___________ missing. Do you feel the tension? It is a natural inclination to want to fill in the blank. For every void, we can be drawn to the most convenient alternative to eliminate the discomfort and tension of uncertainty.This week, Pastor Bob discusses the trap of replacing God with weak substitutes and how we can resist the urge to…
 
I have trust issues. Frankly, we all do. And when it comes to a God we cannot see; those trust issues can force us to miss a preferred future that God has orchestrated for our good and His glory.This week, Pastor Bob tackles the sometimes-unsettling nature of walking with God as we continue in our study of Exodus. For the Israelites and you: what i…
 
When have you had to “prove” yourself? When we look at the events leading up to the release of the Hebrews from Egyptian slavery, it seems God has to measure up to the expectations of many. This week, Pastor Bob is going to talk about the proving ground of faith, how hardness of heart can sabotage our relationship with God, and what to do if you de…
 
The mask has become a symbol for safety, fashion, politics, and rights. The myriad of opinions can make people blush or turn red with anger. But are masks a problem for the church?This week, Pastor Bob is going to talk about a context of persecution and why we should celebrate the Gospel more than ever before. Join us in this study of Moses’ life f…
 
Learning environments come in all shapes and sizes. That is never truer than today and our current back to school challenges, health issues, and cultural upheaval. Classrooms come in all shapes and sizes, including deserts. Join us in this study called “Your Best Learning Environment” and discover truths from Moses’ life that God wants to use in yo…
 
Every day, people are faced with decisions that set a course for the future. Sounds ominous, doesn’t it? We may not think of the gravity of a choice because it seems minor in our eyes, but the truth remains: Decisions clear a path for the future.God gives to us the resources to help us navigate through the maze of choices. It’s about recalibrating …
 
This week we will be looking at the timely truth that “Jesus’ power pulls us through.” Not only that, but we will also deal with the responsibility that we have, as students of our Savior, to learn and grow from each circumstance in order to be more like Him. Please pray that you will be ready for God has for you today.…
 
What brings you the most confidence when facing uncertainty? The fear of death is common and brings anxiousness to our spirits, but it doesn't have to! God, by His mercy, offers us an invitation to experience His grace for today and eternity. The writer of 1 John uses the word confidence when he describes someone in Christ before the throne of the …
 
In turbulent times, the witness and love of Christ and His church is a hinge point on which a culture can turn. As John writes to a group of believers challenged by a philosophy that denied the earthly presence of Jesus and refused to connect real living to following God's commands, we begin to see the importance of the message for us in 2020. John…
 
The Declaration of Independence was written and signed by representatives of a new nation to separate from the tyranny of Great Britain in 1776. One phrase: "We hold these truths..." has been the most popular, yet controversial phrases of our time.In an era that seems to declare a fluid version of truth, there is only One true Source of lasting tru…
 
The world around us seems chaotic and uncertain. Yet within the larger picture, people are struggling with isolation and anxiousness. In the apostle John's short letter to the church, he brings an encouraging word of God's presence and grace.Join Pastor Bob on a journey to discover the UPside in a world that seems flipped out in this four-part mess…
 
There are some important perspectives all dads need to know in order to engage in the mission of fathering well. We want to equip and encourage fathers all over the world with a few important pieces their hearts need. You are invited to join Michael Thompson, author of The Heart of a Warrior, LIVE this Father’s Day, June 21, as he guides the explor…
 
Pandemic, murder, racism, and riots. These are four words that describe the past couple of weeks in our nation. How should the church respond? How should OUR church respond?In our focal passages for today, Jesus uses three comparisons to illustrate how our hearts should adjust to the grace that has been given to us through God’s gift of salvation. …
 
We all can be a little dramatic on occasion. It happens in those times when we are faced with unexpected bad news or a loss of security, whether it is our health, job, or family.In this porch conversation, Jesus shares from the very heart of God what foundation ought to exist for leaving a legacy of faith and an eternal investment. When we get this…
 
The porch was a gathering place for families and friends. It was a place to share big events and converse over the important issues of the day. Many times, the conversations included small tidbits of wisdom and guidance. This small things often changed the trajectory of lives.Sipping on lemonade on a cool summer evening and talking over the day mig…
 
The porch was a gathering place for families and friends. It was a place to share big events and converse over the important issues of the day. Many times, the conversations included small tidbits of wisdom and guidance. This small things often changed the trajectory of lives. That's the positive spin. But the opposite is true as well.This week, ou…
 
Important conversations take place on a porch. No, it's not the same as negotiating a business deal in a conference room or doing important research in a lab. However, the porch has been a place for families and communities to gather. Whether the topic was lighthearted or serious, the porch was important.Jesus sat down to teach in a similar way whe…
 
What causes you to be most afraid? During the past several weeks, we have been bombarded with news stories about health and economic concerns. In Peter’s last paragraphs of his letter to the exiles in Asia Minor, he writes a final word of encouragement.Not only does he remind them to stand strong in the face of an uncertain, and possibly dangerous,…
 
We all define success differently. Some of us immediately think of our careers. Some consider influence. Others would voice accomplishments in their marriage or family. But how does God define success?Peter wrote to a group of people that were struggling with the idea of being displaced and yet called to be witnesses for God. However, things may no…
 
From the time Peter was called to be a disciple of Jesus, we are presented with episodes that expose Peter’s personality and character. Like you and me, some of it is commendable and some of it… well. Let’s just say he had some rough edges. Thirty years removed from the resurrection and his restorative conversation with Jesus on a beach, we hear Pe…
 
We are seeing the effects of COVID-19 in just about every area of life. Isolation and the prospect of health and economic disaster has brought about despair and loss of hope. But that’s not Peter’s message to the exiles experiencing similar emotions. Honestly, how has our current environment affected your life? As the exiles looked into the mirror,…
 
It’s hard to deny that COVID-19 is affecting people in multiple ways. Certainly, the health concerns bring a sense of anxiety and uncertainly to everyday life. Additionally, the economic impact is changing the unemployment numbers and retirement accounts. And there’s more! But as our “normal” changes, how should the people of God, those identified …
 
How is a church to maintain connections in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic? It's a question we wrestle with because having community is so important to the church. In 1 Peter, the writer shares some ways that the exiled Christians could live with each other and be a witness for Jesus Christ within their community.…
 
Have you witnessed a change in the way people respond to authority? Serving as a law enforcement agent, a teacher, coach, or an employer puts you in the middle of this tension of questioning authority. Our culture has moved from seeking answers to expressing opinion in action.Do you think that our responses to human authority is connected to our ab…
 
With traditional, biblically-based marriage being marginalized within our culture, how should the church respond? God's design is clear. From the early accounts in Genesis to the New Testament encouragements from Paul and Peter, the marriage covenant between one man and one woman is to be a vivid portrait of God's love for us through Jesus Christ.P…
 
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