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Welcome to Norview Baptist Church! We are located in Norfolk, VA at the intersection known as Five Points. We have served this community for 95 years and enjoy being a part of this long-standing neighborhood. Our mission is to love Five Points and beyond for the glory of God through discipleship, ministry, outreach, prayer, and worship as an authentic community. We are known as an accepting congregation that loves ALL people. At Norview you will find a relaxed atmosphere where you can come a ...
 
Lessons in outfoxing religious wolves. We seek to reform religious education so everyone can be spiritually bold, free of manipulation and filled with deep peace. After 20+ years of professional work in religious education and educational nonprofits, hosts Jeff Mallinson (D.Phil. Oxford, philosophy and religion professor, author and speaker) and Stacie Mallinson (former nonprofit development professional, and now certified yoga instructor) realized that how we do religious education leads to ...
 
Kristen Lascola from North Coast Church gives weekly insight and tips on how to build healthy leaders, teams and churches in Youth Ministry. With over 17 years in Student Ministry, Kristen shares her knowledge and experiences and frequently features guests from various ministries, churches and leadership roles so that you can use proven strategies to increase your impact from your leadership role. This podcast will help you grow your leadership skills, enhance your ministry, build a voluntee ...
 
For 20 years, the Claremont Review of Books has been the gold standard for conservative criticism and political analysis. Now the CRB comes to the podcast world with a new interview show hosted by Dr. Spencer Klavan, the magazine's assistant editor. As each new issue comes out, Spencer phones up authors whose essays have prompted deeper reflection and discussion. Over a drink and a copy of the latest CRB, he'll chat with the leading minds on the Right about what's going on in politics and li ...
 
We may only be one person but through compassion, inquisition, and developing a deeper understanding of the world, people, and culture around us, together, we can create change. How We’ll Live is a show designed to spark curiosity, learn new things, and inspire hidden passion. Each week, the host Hailey shares conversations with thought-leaders & creators whose innovative work, ideas & products are igniting change, challenging the status quo, and shifting existing thought patterns for a bett ...
 
Welcome to Ibizology, a podcast exploring the culture, history and arts of the Balearic island of Ibiza. I’m Bill Beacham, an Ibiza-based journalist and in each episode I interview an Ibizan who is contributing in some way to life on this wonderful island. Through their words I aim to bring to life different aspects of island living as they tell their unique stories. The Ibizan music you hear was recorded in July 1952 in the churchyard of the village of St Josep by the musicologist Alan Loma ...
 
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Pastor Jeffrey Reed continues on the theme of Change. For more information visit: http://internationalbaptistny.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/internationalbaptistny.org Give online: http://internationalbaptistny.org/give Music: All Music Licensed through CCLI - https://us.ccli.com/ CCLI Streaming Plus License # 21120922…
 
Not many people in Scripture experienced sudden, life-altering change like Joseph. Joseph’s experience with change over a 13-year period of his life teaches us invaluable lessons about how God works through our changing circumstances to bring about His purpose in our lives. For more information visit: http://internationalbaptistny.org Facebook: htt…
 
Luke 7: 31 - 34 Love Like Jesus - Jesus Broke Bread Today is part 3 of our series on “Loving like Jesus” - practically living out our faith. Today is a really exciting one, Jesus loved people by breaking bread with people. Today I want us to look at the way Jesus lived and interacted with people and the importance of sharing meals together that we …
 
Jeffrey Anderson, former Trump appointee to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, joins Spencer to analyze the dubious science of mask mandates. Anderson’s essay, which was featured on Tucker Carlson Tonight, identifies how masks have been used to make Americans more submissive and erode our form of government.…
 
How can we run big ministry with a small budget? Not all churches are fortunate enough to have mega-church money backing their student ministries; but, whether you have a big youth group or a small one, we have 6 ways to succeed in stretching, strategizing and growing your youth ministry budget. We love hearing from you all and we do our best to pr…
 
An overview of the history and contemporary landscape of yoga. Is it something worth considering for folks who are wary of uncritical religious ideas, cults, or worship of strange deities? Is it bad for your health or wholesome? What about terms associated with Hinduism like namaste, used in most practices? What forms of yoga are there? How might y…
 
In talking with the woman at the well in Samaria, Jesus put a new perspective on worship. The current "worship war" was about whether to worship at Mt Gerizim or in Jerusalem. Jesus said that worship was not to be about a place but about an inner attitude and approach to God - "in spirit and truth." Not only does worship not involve a particular pl…
 
Glenn Ellmers, Claremont Institute senior fellow and author of the new book The Soul of Politics, joins Spencer to discuss the enduring relevance of Harry V. Jaffa’s life and scholarship for our challenging political times. Plus: is the modern academy unmaking our best and brightest?The Claremont Institute による
 
We explore the historical background of the dietary traditions and rules of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, AKA Mormons. Learn about fry sauce, root beer, and dirty soda, along with some general background on the history and development of a quintessentially American religion, and its well-known food and beverage practices.…
 
Pastor Ray will be shifting gears for 2-3 Sundays and leave Genesis, but we will come back to it. Series: Transitioning in Hope: Our Response to Change Acts teaches us much about the mission of the local church. It is a book that tells us how the early church responded to a transitional time. In today’s message we will learn from the early church h…
 
In honor of the emancipatory work of laborers who stood up against power to obtain at least some level of decency in the modern capitalist system, we share twelve tunes that represent anarchist themes, especially when they also integrate spiritual and biblical . Some tunes may be familiar, others may not. Some are from agnostics, others are from Ch…
 
Love like Jesus - Jesus Forgives Sinners As we start our new series we are looking at what it looks like to Love Like Jesus and we cannot escape the call to forgive. Today we unpack what that looks like for us and the freedom it bringsBradley Jones による
 
As youth pastors, we are always encouraging our students to invite their friends to youth group...but are they? Are they forgetting to ask or do they just not want to ask their friends? Today, we are taking a look at 5 ways you can motivate students to invite their friends to church. We will be going through 5 aspects of your youth ministry that ma…
 
Jesus of Nazareth was the Word of God who became flesh. As such, He was a perfect human being living without sin. John tells us that both grace and truth came by Him. Too many people, even in the church, want the grace He brought but not the truth. The fact of the matter is that you can't have the one without the other. Jesus brought them both.…
 
This week our guest speaker is Gregg Gober, Pastor of Hope Community Church, here in Brooklyn. With so much division in the church today among believers (mask/no mask, vaccine/no vaccine) how can we get back into alignment with the task Christ has given us? Today we take a look at 1 Tim 2:1-6 and the first thing Paul told young pastor Timothy to fo…
 
Today we are looking at Israel as they leave Egypt into the wilderness, and I think for many of us we feel pandemic has led us into the wilderness, into a time of uncertainty, of questioning and wondering. I want to encourage us from scripture today that despite our circumstances and our viewpoint we continue to move forward in Christ. Realising Hi…
 
Jeff discusses the positives and pitfalls of the liberal arts, the Western classical tradition, and anarchist ideas about schooling, then shares the audio of his opening convocation address this week at Concordia University Irvine, in which he shares ways in which church related universities can offer a liberating experience, given the right commit…
 
In this episode, we go over 5 important things that every youth pastor should be doing, if they aren't already. There are obviously a ton of things that youth ministers need to be doing in student ministry, but today, we are talking about 5 important ones that may get overlooked, but are extremely important. Make sure you stick to the end for the q…
 
We got wind of an odd idea in American evangelicalism: some are provocatively and or implicitly saying that empathy is a sin. It leads, it seems, to too much tolerance and not enough doctrinal purity. We discuss this, a negative article written about Jeff and his views on science at church related universities, and why we had to take bit of a pause…
 
Series: The Beginning, Title: A Better Covenant Genesis introduced an important word to us - Covenant. Today Pastor Ray explores that word, comparing the OLD covenant with the NEW covenant as we observe Lord’s Supper together. Our text is 1 Corinthians 3:6-11. For more information visit: http://internationalbaptistny.org Facebook: https://www.faceb…
 
The Best Question Ever - Part 4 Don't be foolish. Paul is pleading with us from Ephesians to be wise and to walk in what we know to be true through the word and the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives. In our final part of the "Best question Ever" series we look at the 4th step in learning to walk in wisdom and it pivots around us being willing to…
 
The CRB’s Summer edition is wide-ranging, covering topics including masking, crime, and a prescient editor’s note about the fiasco that is Afghanistan’s fall. Join Dr. Kesler and Spencer as they discuss the significance of the collapse of Kabul, a brief history of how we got there, and what lessons can be gleaned from it all. Plus: an overview of t…
 
Icebreaker games can be a fun way to get the energy up in your youth group. Whether you are using icebreakers as a short game before your main game, or if you are using them for your actual game, they can be super fun! Today, we are sharing our favorite 5 icebreaker games for student ministry! **FOR A PDF OF THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR ALL OF THESE GAMES …
 
Series: The Beginning; Title: Noah Walked With God; Text: Noah had a personal relationship with God and so can you. Join Pastor Ray as shows us that unique relationship. We will be starting in Genesis 6:13–7:5. For more information visit: http://internationalbaptistny.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/internationalbaptistny Give online: http:/…
 
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