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Welcome to today's show as we continue our study of the life of the apostle Paul. Paul's story intersects with the life of the disciple Stephen. Paul, one of the greatest of Christ's followers, persecuted the early believers. Paul discovers that no sin is beyond Christ's power of forgiveness after he participated in the stoning of Stephen. Stephen has set the bar very high for living for Christ in a world that does not understand or care about the faith and commitments of a follower of Jesus. Join us for a look at persecution.
The Gospel ... in it we will find the power, joy, love, and completion for which God created us. The Gospel ... it is a message for our lives, for today, for the world. What now should I do with it? How should I live it? How should I share it? Listen today to Hope's experience. You, too, can have this joy. Thanks for listening. Remember, you can dialogue with us at email@example.com.
Merry Christmas, dear friends. Thank you for spending 2015 with us. Our show is always intended for Mandarin speakers or those who want to learn Mandarin or English. Today, our focus is the Christmas story as told in the scriptures and over 60 minutes of Christmas music in Mandarin. Listen in to the JOY of the season and rejoice with use that GOD LOVES US and came at Christmas to be Emmanuel . . . God with us. Amazing!
The Apostle Paul knew the power of a life lived for God! Listen today to discover how your life can make a difference in your world for God. Thank you for joining us!
Born in Springfield, Ohio, Elgon Williams grew up on a farm near the town of South Charleston and the village of Selma in rural southeastern Clark County, "...about two miles from nowhere and between cornfields."
Williams graduated from Shawnee High School in 1974. In the fall of that year he began studies at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. In 1978 he received receiving a BA in Mass Communication. Later in 1981 he received a degree in Marketing Administration from The University of Texas in Austin.
He joined the US Air Force in 1983 and attended the Defense Language Institute at the Presidio of Monterey in California where he studied Chinese Mandarin. Upon completion of military training he spent two years assigned to the Far East.
After returning to the US, Williams left the military and began an extended career in management for several major retailers. Periodically, he also served as a vendor advocate for a national marketing firm representing many computer technology and software companies. He has also worked in advertising, sales and as a computer technician and technology consultant.
Although his early writing is considered sci-fi and fantasy, it is difficult to pigeonhole his work into any single genre. His most recent work is considered urban fantasy or magical realism.
We try to do it all, don't we? Life has shown you there are things you just can't do. God has promised help if we will depend on Him. God has promised even more than that! Tune in today as we explain from God's Word where the source of all strength and help can be found. You are not alone! You have a Helper. Listen today ... and discover the help that is always available. Thanks for joining us!
Welcome to the new year, 2016, and thanks for joining us for the start of a new series. Our desire is to start the new year on fire, focused and fearless in the face of trials! We have a wonderful example of how to do that in Paul, the first century apostle. Please join us for this new series as we learn how to groom these character traits in ourselves for a life that is fruitful and meaningful . . . this is life at its best! Blessings for the new year from all of us at the Voice of Hope, internet radio.
The life you live today will make a difference for the future. Have you thought about what legacy you will leave for your descendants? Your life can affect your generations for years to come. KIng David's life spanned the extremes of sin and obedience, but above all, he loved the Lord His God. In fact, God called David a man after His own heart. What was David's blessing for his praise and love? A Descendant . . One who would save the world! Thank you for joining us today as we complete our series on the life of King David.
Sometimes, the only way to show your joy is to dance! A heart full to overflowing has to show its pleasure, and sitting still just won't do! King David danced with joy. Today's story about the Tabernacle shows us a man filled with the joy of God's presence. How can you experience such joy? What needs to happen in your life for you to feel boundless joy that has you dancing across the floor? Join us today for another glimpse of the life of David, a man after God's own heart.
Humility and Faith - these two qualities made David a man after God's own heart. Tempted to consider himself more important? Yes. Tempted to face life without faith? Yes. But David learned to align his life with God's expectations, and it made all the difference for him, for his people, and for his nation. Let humility and faith guide you. How? Listen today as we explore how God led David down this less-traveled path.
Merry Christmas and Joy to the World!
Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
Théophane Vénard studied at the College of Doué-la-Fontaine, Montmorillon, Poitiers, and at the Paris Seminary for Foreign Missions which he entered as a sub-deacon. Ordained a priest in 1852, he soon departed for the Far East. After fifteen months at Hong Kong he arrived at his mission in West Tonkin (N. Vietnam). At the time, it was illegal to proselytise in Vietnam.
Shortly after his arrival a new royal edict was issued against Christians, and bishops and priests were obliged to seek refuge in caves, dense woods, and elsewhere. Father Vénard continued to exercise his ministry at night, and, more boldly, in broad day. In November of 1860, he was betrayed and captured. Tried before a mandarin, he refused to apostatize and was sentenced to be beheaded. For three months during his captivity he lived in a cage, from which he wrote to his family beautiful and consoling letters, joyful in anticipation of his crown. His bishop, Monsignor Retord, wrote of him at this time: "Though in chains, he is as gay as a little bird".
On the way to martyrdom Father Vénard chanted psalms and hymns. To his executioner, who coveted his clothing and asked what he would give to be killed promptly, he answered: "The longer it lasts the better it will be". His head, after exposure at the top of a pole, was secured by the Christians and is now venerated in Tonkin. The body rests in the crypt at the motherhouse of the Paris Foreign Mission Society in Paris, France.
He was canonized on June 19, 1988 by Pope John Paul II.
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