• 00:46

    The Sad Mistake Of The Presbyterian Church

    in Politics Conservative

    Today's topic means quite a bit to me as a Christian.  Hopefully it will mean quite a bit at least to the Christians who catch the show.  On Thursday, the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. voted to allow ministers to perform same sex marriages. While that would be bad enough on its own, they even "one-upped" that decision.  Not only are PCUSA ministers allowed to perform gay marriages, but marriage has indeed been redefined in the church's constitution.  Society going down the road of sin and perversion is one thing.  The church or a church doing it is something completely different.  Today I'll be talking about that and maybe some of the larger and more recent aspects and developments of the gay marriage issue internationally, nationally, and within and how it applies to the body of believers.  That's today at 4:30 Eastern, and archived after that.

  • 00:29

    PIJN News: Israel Under Attack by Presbyterian Church USA?

    in Current Events

    Dr. Chaps Reports on these important issues:

    * Israel faces a boycott from the Presbyterian Church USA.
    * Iraqi Christians are forced to pay the Muslims or face beheading.
    * Three Israeli teens are kidnapped by Hamas terrorists that hold them hostage.

  • 00:37

    First Presbyterian Church of La Junta, CO Worship Highlights

    in Christianity

    Listen to some of the highlights from the Feb 23rd worship service of the First Presbyterian Church of La Junta, CO with Pastor Rev Dr MJ Romano...

  • 01:02

    Spiritually Speaking LIVE with Rev. Mark Sandlin

    in Spirituality

    On tonight's episode we welcome Rev. Mark Sandlin, a pastor, blogger, speaker and writer from Greensboro, North Carolina. We will be discussing the ways in which the church is (or is not) responding to culture, and the how the church may need to change and grow in order to continue to speak truth to a new generation.

    Mark is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (USA) from the South. He is a co-founder of The Christian Left. His blog, The God Article, was recently named as one of the “Top Ten Christian Blogs.” Mark received The Associated Church Press' Award of Excellence in 2012. His work has been published on "The Huffington Post," "Sojourners," "Time," "World Church Services," and even the "Richard Dawkins Foundation." He's been featured on PBS's "Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly" and NPR's "The Story with Dick Gordon." He’s married to an amazing Baptist minister and has two fabulous teenagers. More than anything (other than peace and justice), Mark wants to have a beverage in one hand and a book in the other as he and his wife look across the shores of Ocracoke, NC.

    Every 2nd and 4th Monday at 8pm EST (7pm CST, etc.) Rev. Jen and Rebecca are joined by conversation changers in religion and culture. And we want you to join the conversation as well! To join the conversation, call us at 646-716-9397, or comment on our Facebook page here. 

  • 00:29
  • 00:32

    The Author Chat Show with Lynda D. Brown

    in Books

    Meet author Stephen W. Hiemstra. I'll be interviewing him about his book, A Christian Guide to Spirituality: Foundations for Disciples

    About the book:

    A Christian Guide to Spirituality takes the form of 50 daily devotions. Each topic is treated with a scriptural reference, reflection, prayer, and questions for discussion. Occasionally, references are provided for further study. The first four chapters (Introduction, Apostle’s Creed, Lord’s Prayer, and Ten Commandments) cover 40 days making them suitable as a Lenten study. Ten additional days focus on the spiritual disciplines and a short conclusion. Fifty days of study allow an Easter study running through Pentecost.

    About the author:

    Author Stephen W. Hiemstra (MDiv, PhD) is a slave of Christ, husband, father, tentmaker, economist, and writer. He lives with Maryam, his wife of thirty years, in Centreville, VA and they have three grown children.

    Stephen has been an active writer spanning both his career as an economist and a pastor. As an economist of 27 years in 5 federal agencies, he published numerous government studies, magazine articles, and book reviews. He has maintained a personal website since the 1990s and he has been active in social media. A Christian Guide to Spirituality is his first published book.

    Stephen is currently a second career tentmaker dividing his time equally between Hispanic ministry and blogging under a theme of “online pastor”. As a hospital chaplain intern, he worked in the emergency department, a psychiatric unit, and an Alzheimer’s unit. He is an elder in Centreville Presbyterian Church.


  • Getting your house in order with prayer and stamping out homelessness

    in Lifestyle

    Philanthropy from the Heart is working to end poverty and homelessness by providing essentials to the Miami’s displaced and underprivileged men, women, and children. Established in May 2013 as a Florida-based nonprofit organization, Philanthropy from the Heart Inc. has been working tirelessly to deliver necessary provisions to a large number of homeless individuals in the Miami area, and continues to educate and assist those looking to get back on their feet. The ultimate mission of the program is to promote stewardship and to help struggling individuals develop skills that will help them succeed personally, socially, occupationally, and financially.Jhasmidah's purpose in establishing Philanthropy from the Heart is to leave a legacy of helping the less fortunate, and she hopes that you will be part of this important mission. www.ptheart.org

    Prayer: Experiencing Awe and Intimacy with God is a New York Times bestseller from Timothy Keller - the celebrated founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church. Offering a fresh perspective on an age-old practice in Prayer, Keller addresses questions about our conversations with the divine that scholars from the twelve disciples to C.S. Lewis to Flannery O’Connor have all grappled with, including: How often should we pray—and what should we say? Why do some prayers go unanswered?”

    ABOUT THE AUTHOR:  Timothy Keller is the founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, which he started in 1989 with his wife, Kathy, and three young sons.  For over twenty years he has led a diverse congregation of young professionals that has grown to a weekly attendance of over 5,000.

  • 02:46

    Arminianism vs Calvinism OR Episcopal vs Presbyterian/Congregationalist?

    in The Bible


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  • 01:00

    It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year

    in Religion

    In light of the upcoming Holiday Season and as we prepare for this Most Wonderful Time Of The Year, we find that it isn't so wonderful for so many people.There are people that are hungry, there are people that are Homeless, there are many people doing badly. 

    The people in Ferguson Mo. at this time do not think that this particular time of the year is so wondreful. As their town has seen so much devastation last night, to which we are certainly keeping them in our prayers.

    We will also be taking with the Nassau Chapter President of the National Action Network; Elder Annette Dennis, we will be asking for her opinion of the goings on in Ferguson and also the role of the Rev. Al Sharpton.

    As for this Holiday season, let us not forget that there are so many people suffering. My sermon addresses this condition and takes place at the Westminster Presbyterian Church in Jamaica, NY. 

  • 01:02

    Spiritually Speaking with Rev. Jen and Rebecca

    in Spirituality

    Tonight, our special guest is Ike Sturm (www.ikesturm.com). Ike is a professional jazz bassist, and director of jazz music at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in New York City, husband, father and deeply spiritual soul. Ike joins us tonight to talk about his work at St. Peter's, his life as a jazz musician, and the ways in which is spiritual life authentically cuts across all of the various roles that he plays.

    Every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month, Rev. Jennifer Hope Kottler (www.jenniferhopekottler.com) and Rebecca Stevens (@anewrebecca) are joined by leaders in the faith community, social justice, feminism -- just to name a few. Rev. Jen is a writer, certified life and leadership coach and spiritual director in private practice, and Rebecca is a student at Union Theological Seminary (NY) and the children's music director at the First Presbyterian Church in the City of New York. For more information or to stay informed about our upcoming episode, like us on our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/spirituallyspeakingjenrebecca). 


  • 01:30

    The Friday FARcast: Ebola Update, Patient Zero, Day 12

    in Paranormal

    As the Ebola crisis spreads, we are now at day 12, since Patient Zero, aka Thomas Eric Duncan first went to Texas Health Presbyterian on the 28th of September.  We'll look at what's happened since then, the poltical, biological and social fall out that's occurred in it's wake.

    We'll also look at what is currently happening with Ebola, 2014, in the US and around the world.

    Don't miss this episode of the Friday FARcast.

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