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John chapter 4 is one of my favorite chapters in the Bible. Here in his conversation with The Woman at the Well, Jesus tells us about living water. He explains that God is Spirit and that those who worship must worship in spirit and in truth. In a day and time when it seems that everything is on overdrive, let's talk about what it means to drink deeply of the living water in the 21st century.
Amid all the red cup controversy, the holiday's are upon us! We are less than two weeks away from Thanksgiving and that also means Christmas and the rest of the holiday season is right around the corner!
We kicked the week off at bumwinebob.com with Kapn Krude giving you all the unofficial holidays you should be celebrating in this weeks edition of The Krude Experience, and I am keeping that train rolling as we get ourselves prepared for all the rest of the holiday 2015 festivities!
What should you be drinking? What makes a great gift? What will help you deal with your family?
Due to the overwhelming demand, MD 20/20 Banana Red is staying on as the BWB Bum Wine Of The Week for a second week! Grab a bottle and check it out here!
We are now past the midway point of the NFL season and will give you the latest news and updates with the BWB NFL Pick 'Em League. Who is on pace to win it all? Tune in!
A recent study has named Atlantic City the drunkest city in New Jersey! What better place for YOU to join us for the BWB WrestleMania 32 bash next April!
All that and MORE on this weeks episode! Want to be part of the show? The phone lines will be open and you are welcome to call in at 347-826-9598 to join in the discussion. Cheers!
Sunday Stewart joins Ben Wiggins to discuss the presidential debates (and the A of A's resulting drinking game), their favorite game day foods, and "we are that family" moms on Facebook. The two of them make fun of Donald Trump for a bit, and argue about which game day food is actually the best game day food. Sunday also spends a little time complaining about game day traffic in College Station.
What place does an understanding of evil have in the life of a spiritual person? Does the way evil is portrayed in the media affect how we view it? Have we lost our capacity to be shocked by murder and crime because of the way evil is shown in books and movies? Most importantly, how do we restore our innocence — or is it too late? Lori and Alice take on the problem with evil, using Michael Knox Beran's book "Murder by Candlelight" as a reference and jumping-off point. With recent developments in the world like terrorism, the discussion of evil becomes more and more urgent. Don't miss this timely discussion with the hosts of your favorite on-the-air book club!
What one issue impacts the majority of families and individuals in your church? It's not poor pastoring, boring preaching; it's not lack of tithing and infrequent attendance. Listen to this first issue of the Outside In Ministries podcasts and learn about the number 1 problem facing your church, and how YOU can be the solution.
If God is good then why does evil exist?
This basic question persists in the minds of many, but for different reasons. Because the question holds different meaning for different people, each requires a different response. Author and teacher Randall K. Harp addresses three types of questioner: The denier, the doubter and the downcast.
Innocent Blood its not just a black problem it's Black and White! Wht do Amanda Blackburn and Laquan McDonald have in common & what makes them seperate but equal? Innocent blood from Chicago to Indianapolis from protests to prayers, your thoughts? 347-308-8988
There are some who are saying the black church could do a better job in the black community but instead they are part of the problem. With black churches on just about every corner in some cities, some are wondering why their communities are still suffering economically, educationally, legally, and politically. Recently protesters gathered in front of a local church in Detroit to address the church's seemingly neglect to serve and impact the community around them. Is the black church failing in black communities and if so who is to blame- the pastor or members? What can be done to reestablish a sense of hope and assurance in the role of the church in the black community? Join Pastor Neal for this and other topics on Zera Today
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