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#TheRivalry week is here.
After a disappointing loss to Clemson last week, the Eagle retake to the road at 4-3 to take on the Wake Forest Demon Deacons in Winston-Salem. We'll have all the coverage kicked off this week, but we'll get into the X's and O's of what to expect with our weekly coverage of the BCI Radio Show!
Dan and AJ will return at 8 PM, joined by the boys from Blogger So Dear, to profile the Eagels and Deacs game on Saturday afternoon. They'll discuss how Wake Forest could pull out a potential upset, and they'll discuss at length some of the factoids about this Boston College team. They'll also look into some of the hockey and basketball goings on as the boys of winter get started with their games.
Tune in and be sure to not miss another episode of our weekly show! Call in at 646-200-0446 and let your voice be heard!
One of ACAC's most impressive and least talked about ministries is the work by their deacons, who every year minister to hundreds of people in the congregation who have pressing financial needs. The deacons administer and oversee $200,000 every year that is distributed efficiently and effectively to those in need. Today Sam Carlson, current head of the ACAC deacon board, joins John to talk about the work done and the procedures followed by the deacon team as they do their work in the church.
Rob and Riley dust off Roll The Quadcast to talk Wake Forest football recruiting with Les Johns of Deacons Illustrated. With National Signing Day just a few days away, the guys are ready to discuss the best players in the class, the class as a whole. Go Deacs!
If you have a question for the guys, you can call (818) 369-0317 and ask away.
This episode features a message delivered by Pastor Brian during a deacon ordination service at Huntsville Baptist Church on October 27th, 2013. The modern church seems to have forgotten the biblical role that deacons serve. In this message, Pastor Brian reminds us why deacons are incredibly important and why their service must be fashioned in a Christ-centered method: that of servant-leadership.
What is Apostolic Succession?
What it is not?
How to authentically claim succession?
Can one celebrate a Wesleyan Liturgy as many Pentecostals do and still claim apostolic succession legitimately?
Was John Wesley a Bishop?
Why are folks running after succession?
Why do Pentecostals need Succession?
What good is succession for Pentecostals?
What are you saying when you chase succession?
Many times we have new evangelists, new deacons, new ushers, new chior members, new elders, new clergy whom are called to do a duty by God and we as clergy should be equipped and ready to provide wholesome training. Sometimes parishioners will eave ministries or churches due to they are in need of spiritual food and training and the clergy isn't providing it for them. Let's unlock this topic today. Pastor Diane Winbush radio show host and pastor of Saint Petersberg Global Ministries will provide the lecture on today.
Paula White's resume states she is a pastor, life coach, motivational speaker, author, philanthropist and apostle. She can now add "Circus Queen." This lifelong carnie and still very messed-up, delusional Mississippi girl now believes she is P.T. Barnum and has turned New Destiny Christian Center Church into a Three Ring Circus with nip-tuck, stretched face, botox lips, scary mug Paula being featured as the main "freak show" attraction of course! This Sunday circus also features a hypnotic light show, bewitching chants and an array of ecclesiastical clowns, ministerial midgets, theological dunces, pulpit pinheads, singing zombies, acrobatic deacons, juggling ushers, crazed intercessors and a Kool-Aid drinking audience who can't help but give P.T. Paula their money when she demands it. Last but not least, Paula's end every show by bringing out her pet african elephant who always yells and screams when "Ms. Thing" gives him the mic! Each and every Sunday, Wolf-Girl Paula and band of merry performers give the world a blast from the past by producing "The Most Blaspemous Show On Earth."
Wolf Tracker is a tireless protector of Christ's global flock and an avowed enemy of all Prosperity wolves who masquerade in sheep's clothing in order to fleece gullible saints! Please spread the word by telling others about this Christ-honoring, wolf-exposing, sheep-protecting internet radio program!
Questions From The Marketplace - "HATH GOD SAID" - 3/12/15
TODAY'S QUESTIONS FROM THE MARKETPLACE OF IDEAS:
Are abortions unsaved souls? Or do they have to be fully formed, born and out the womb for the soul to be completed and judged? And how does GOD judge a child that wasn't mature enough to repent and accept CHRIST before their death?
Where do children from other religions souls go?
Question... Is it possible for one to be given over to a reprobate mind before the age of 20? (Age of accountability)
Do you all agree that a lot of people that go to church don't read their bibles at home until they go back to church?
Hebrews 11:6 - And without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to him must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who earnestly seek him. Why is FAITH so important you must have it to please God? Why not KNOWLEDGE? Why does it not rather read, without knowledge it is impossible to please God?
Is there a difference between a Bishop and a Pastor? And are deacons and elders the same?
Is it true only Jews were Redeemed and Gentiles Adopted (grafted into) the Body of Christ? We were outside of the Commonwealth of God's chosen people. Jews were under Law and Gentiles had no law being heathen. We were not a people or son of God. It is wrong to say we were redeemed? Redeemed from what? We Gentiles were instead Reconciled.
Is there a "CHAIN OF COMMAND" in the Church?
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Greetings Family and Friends, I want to invite you to be a part of this next radio show.......We are in a place where there are so many that are joining the church but they are not submitted to leadership......People of God I am not saying you should be controled by your leadership but I am saying something has to change in the church because you should not be under leadership that you do not truth......For it is hard to submitt to something or someone that you do not trust.......We will talk about this because if the body is going to recover we are going to have to go back to the old land mark and allow ourselves to be govered by the word of the Lord that comes from the Man or Woman of God that has been placed over your life......Think about this......The word of the Lord let's us know as leaders that we will have to stand and give a account for every soul that God intrust to our hands as Pastors but I can not give a account of you if you will not honor or respect me as your Leader or Pastor.........Join us as we talk about this issue that is going on in the body of Christ.......Is this a problem because of past leadership that has been using there title to live however they want to live.......We will talk about this information not to make anyone look bad but to help you to understand how important it is to be sure you pray and seak God about where you will be planted so that you can properly grow......The show will air on Tuesday the 2/24/15 at 8pm and we look to see you and to recieve your input on this matter......
Real Talk With Derian A. House
Welcome to the radio ministry of Bethel Life International Fellowship and B.L.I.F. Network . We are pleased to present this week's live broadcast of "Lets Talk About Jesus". Our discussion panelists are Bishops David and Melveeta Harewood, first and second Presiding Bishops of Bethel Life International Fellowship, headquartered in Austin, Quebec and Elder Barbara Royer, Minister of Communications at Bethel Life Centre in South Bolton, Quebec, Canada. We also have joining Sis. Debbie Weston of Brooklyn, NY and a member of Bethel Life Int'l. Fellowship.
We begin our study in the 6th chapter of the Book of Acts, reading verses 1 through 7. Descenion, Division, Grumbling and Criticism is nothing new to the Church.Our focus will be on the rise of administrative problems in the Church and the appointment of the first Deacons. We will investigate how the leaders in the Early Church handled these issues.
Our mandate here at BLIF Network is to teach lessons that will relevent to the Body of Christ and our Christian walk.
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Jesus gave this example, “And he sat down and called the Twelve and he said to them, “If any one would be first, he must be last of all and servant of all.” And he took a child, and put him in the midst of them; and taking him in his arms, he said to them, “Whoever receives one such child in my name receives me; and whoever receives me, receives not me but him who sent me.” (Mark 9:35-37)
Acts Chapter 6 informs us that the Apostles established an order of deacons to help them with the care of the widows. The Church has always needed help to take care of the poor. We do become the Lord’s hands when we do his will, to take care of the needy.
Through the inspiration of St. Vincent de Paul, the founders of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul would come to the United States in 1845 beginning at the Basilica of St. Louis.
This Basilica, commonly called “The Old Cathedral”, was named in honor of St. Louis, King of France.
Father John Timon, a Vincentian priest from Pennsylvania, would establish a local chapter in Louisville Kentucky in 1854 and the Society has never looked back since.
The Society has a broad outreach that has helped untold millions of people all over the world.
They continue to help the poor regardless of background of those needing help.
According to their webpage, it states, “The St Vincent de Paul Society’s members and volunteers reach out to the most vulnerable in our community through our Conferences, Special Works and Vinnies shops. Members and volunteers assist people in need and do not discriminate against cultural, religious or political beliefs.”