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St. Philip the Deacon is a church of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) located in Plymouth, Minnesota, a western suburb of Minneapolis. Our mission is to “Reach Out. Proclaim. Inspire.” We invite you to join us as partners in the Gospel, carrying out the work God has called each of us to do in God's world. God bless you. Includes sermons from our Sunday morning 9:45 worship services.
 
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The Reformed Deacon

a Podcast from the OPC Committee on Diaconal Ministries

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The Reformed Deacon is a monthly interview and discussion podcast created by the Orthodox Presbyterian Church Committee on Diaconal Ministries. The Reformed Deacon exists to strengthen and encourage the brotherhood of reformed deacons in their God-given role of serving the local church. We hope you'll find this podcast to be helpful to you as you serve the Lord in your church. For more information about the OPC Committee on Diaconal Ministries, go to our website: OPCCDM.org.
 
PERMANENT DEACON TALKING with Deacon Tom Simms ~ is a compilation spirituality, prayer and worship kind of Podcast.I have no original ideas or new thoughts but I act as a 'Good News Salvage Hunter'. I scour old books and the world wide web for items to restore, refurbish and retell through these homily pods. It started with inspiration from Fr Dan Crosby OFM.Cap ,Fr Dan Goergen O.P.,Ph.D and music created by Mike Anderson. The Homily Pods are based on the Sunday Mass readings. Their purpose ...
 
A Methodist Deacon just trying to make the church a less confusing place through podcasting, tweeting, meme use and generally making lots of pop culture references. You can find me or message me by following any of these links deaconjon.blogspot.com/ or www.facebook.com/EglwysHebMuriau/ or even twitter.com/Jon_the_Deacon
 
"Speaking with Deacons" provides inspiration and insight for those who are ordained to, in formation for, or just curious about the permanent diaconate in the Catholic Church. In each episode, Bob Rice—a candidate for the diaconate in the diocese of Steubenville—interviews deacons to learn more about what it means to model our lives after Jesus, the one who "came not to be served but to serve."
 
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Laurence Freeman OSB Excerpts from Talks at a retreat in Montreal, 2002 https://meditatiotalks.wccm.org/cd/lVMSgJkKK39VyKoiFB2l A retreat given by a Jesuit priest made the point that the words found in Isaiah mentioned earlier are like love letters sent from God who keeps on saying “ I give myself to you”. The retreat master Fr Greg also provided e…
 
Today's podcast spends time on Mary! The Mother of God! Specifically on the Dogma of Theotokos. Mary has a very unique and wonderful role for our salvation, and one of the dogmas of the Church is that of her being the Theotokos, God Bearer or Mother of God. To understand the rest of the dogmas about Mary, one really needs to understand this dogma.…
 
It’s very easy, after encountering Christ, to return to our usual routine and live our lives as if nothing has changed. Like Peter and the other Apostles, we sometimes need a reminder of our calling, or our mission. What is the mission of a Christian? Do we even know? Homily preached by Deacon Matthew Newsome on the 3rd Sunday of Easter, May 1, 202…
 
In this episode, David Nakhla interviews OPC missionary deacon to Uganda, Mark Van Essendelft about his life, family and role in the Uganda Mission in Karamoja station. The OPC Uganda Mission in Karamoja labors in the areas of evangelism, church planting, leadership training, village Bible instruction, literature production, literacy training, medi…
 
Homily: ”No more hurting people. Peace”Easter 202204.04.22The Collaborative Parishes of Resurrection and St. PaulHingham, Massachusetts Deacon Joe HarringtonArchdiocese of BostonMusic: “Be a Light” Thomas Rhett with Reba McEntire,Hillary Scott, Chris Tomlin and Keith Urban由Deacon Joe Harrington
 
FIRST READING - ACTS 13:14, 43-52 SECOND READING APOCALYPSE 7:9.14-17 GOSPEL JOHN 10:27-30 “John saw a large number, impossible to count, of people from every nation”. These people had suffered but were promised to be led to springs of living water. There are two unusual images presented in this selection of John’s Revelation story. The first image…
 
There is a beautiful video at sundaygospel.co.uk showing Lake Tiberius as you listen to the Gospel - John 21: 1-19 Bishop Robert Barron gives much information on Apocalypse 5: 11-14 at wordonfire.com 'This Day was Made by the Lord ' is a Mike Anderson setting of Psalm 117 for Easter. Blessed Solanus' Spiritual Communion is read by Fr Dan Crosby. Op…
 
1st Reading Acts 5 :12-16 Gospel John 20:19-31 (sundaygospel.co.uk) 2nd Reading Apoc 1:9-13 Opening Prayer - Fr Don on the Universe Why did Thomas, the faithful servant and disciple of Christ cry out from the depth of his love: “ You are my Lord and my God!”. Where does this faith come from? Jesus said to him :’You believe because you can see me. H…
 
Homily preached by Deacon Matt Newsome on Easter Sunday at St. Mary Mother of God parish in Sylva, NC. "When Simon Peter arrived after him, he went into the tomb and saw the burial cloths there, and the cloth that had covered his head, not with the burial cloths but rolled up in a separate place. Then the other disciple also went in, the one who ha…
 
In this follow-up to episode #2, we get into more detail about refugee ministry. Host, David Nakhla, talks to a member of Calvary OPC, Glenside, Pennsylvania, Jessica Hulsey, about her experiences in working with her church in helping an Afghan family relocate to the United States. Jessie shares with us how her church began the process and is curre…
 
In this episode, Deacon Wally spends time discussing God's infiinit mercy. God is Merciful towards us, God wants to share His Mercy with us and Deacon Wally talks about two chaplets, the Chaplet of Five Wounds and the Chaplet of Divine Mercy. Have you heard of the Chaplet of Five Wounds? The history and the chaplet itself is simply filled with lead…
 
To keep God’s love is like heading out on a trip in a new car. It’s shiny, comfortable, and is desirable; but, if you sit in the drivers seat without starting the car it will go nowhere. Your journey, your adventure to receive more and more of God’s love is not to keep it, but to give it away…every last bit that you can – give it away. It’s then th…
 
In this episode, Deacon Wally walks through the history of Holy Week and the importance of our daily participation during Holy Week. What we can do, meaning our participation, on Monday, Tuesday, Spy Wednesday, Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday. The correct Psalm I'm referring to is Psalm 22. My apologies for referring to the wrong Psalm…
 
Episode 6 -Crossing the Desert: Lent and Conversion – “The Oasis of Lent”. Moral conversion occurs in ordinary experience when we hit a wall or break through one. In other words, moral conversion can be ignited when we reach our limits and experience failure or finitude, or it can be ushered in when we transcend our limits and go beyond the self. W…
 
Homily for the 5th Sunday of Lent (Year C readings) preached at the Catholic Campus Ministry chapel of Our Lady of the Annunciation at Western Carolina University on Sunday, April 3, by Deacon Matt Newsome. "Let the one among you who is without sin be the first to throw a stone at her" (Jn 8:7)
 
Homily for the 5th Sunday of Lent, using the readings from Year A for the scrutinies, preached on Sunday, April 3, at St. Mary Mother of God Roman Catholic Church in Sylva, NC. "I am the resurrection and the life; whoever believes in me, even if he dies, will live, and everyone who lives and believes in me will never die" (Jn 11:25-26).…
 
(Sorry guys I forgot to post this episode - traveling to FL) This Episode: (Live from Clermont, FL on an older laptop) Tesla's flying car story - Worst name for your dog - Glass in my drink - Pack rat or Hording - Chicken and waffles - Flood of babies - Applebee's - Night bee's - Suck it Lego - Tiny homes --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor…
 
Episode 5 -Stations of the Cross: Reflections with Deacon James Keating – Deacon Keating guides us through the 12th station (Jesus dies on the Cross), the 13th station (Jesus is taken down from the Cross and laid in the arms of His mother), and the 14th station (Jesus is placed in the tomb) along the Way of the Cross. Deacon James Keating, Ph.D., i…
 
1 Reading. Isaiah 43:16-2 2 Reading Philippians 3:8-14 Music - Mike Anderson - Hymn ; Praise The Lord Gospel Reading - sundaygospel.co.uk John 8:1-11 There is an old definition of Charity that includes thinking the best of others and maybe giving the ‘benefit of the doubt’ in their favour. It has a special link with mercy and trying to be less judg…
 
In this episode, deacon Tim Hopper, Shiloh OPC, Raleigh, NC, talks with author Dr. Cornelis Van Dam, Emeritus Professor of Old Testament studies at Canadian Reformed Theological Seminary in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Dr. Van Dam joins us to speak about his book, The Deacon: Biblical Foundations for Today’s Ministry of Mercy , the biblical office of…
 
. Episode 5 -Crossing the Desert: Lent and Conversion – “Leaving the Desert”. “Celebrating the sacrament of reconciliation is, for many Catholics, a most daunting prospect. This sacrament has been the source of many jokes, composed perhaps by persons seeking to reduce the level of stress they feel regarding one of its main components: naming person…
 
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