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Video Resume for Dr. Freddy Cardoza
Curriculum Vitae (CV) is a Latin phrase meaning "Course of Life."
CVs are similar to resumes (French "to summarize"), but longer. My CV represents a new approach I've created to document expertise, experience, and education by providing proof of each. There are many images and live links in the document that provide additional content. I hope you enjoy it.
Additional resources are available at www.freddycardoza.com. Contact me if you have any questions or would like to learn more.
Episode 046, What Mature Christians Should Know
What should Christians know?
Is there a body of beliefs that represent what it means to be a Christian? Are there essential ideas that comprise a Christian way of thinking? Is there such a thing as a biblical worldview? Are there truths that, if known, could help us live with more certainty? Should people expect to live their lives in spiritual confusion? These are the types of questions answered in this podcast, Episode 002 - What Mature Christians Should Know.
Take the journey with Podcast Seminary Dean, Dr. Freddy Cardoza, long-time pastor and professor, who explores the idea with you, to help equip you to grow in your faith.
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Episode 045, Introducing Podcast Seminary
Podcast Seminary helps you grow in your faith.
We do this by creating content in every major thought space: audio podcasts, written blogs, video vlogs, and a host of social media.
Podcast Seminary has been launched to address issues related to faith, Christian discipleship, and ministry. Our resources are created to inspire, inform, and instruct people to get informed and be transformed by the power of truth.
Our content is being arranged into 9 essential categories of truth that every believer should understand in order to build a Christian worldview and to be a fully-informed disciple.
Our 9 Essential Categories
Foundations Formation Ministry Apologetics Bible Theology Leadership Life Specialized These categories are essentially what the Apostle Paul meant in Acts 20:27 when he said that he did not hesitate to proclaim the "whole counsel of God." In other words, truth should be provided to people in systematic, comprehensive, practical, and biblical ways.
Most Christians do not receive this type of discipleship experience, and that leads to personal confusion, biblical illiteracy, and a lack of spiritual power. Though resources in these areas, we will help people fill the gaps in their biblical and discipleship knowledge, then be equipped to live with integrity and power.
Resources are being created for both spiritual seekers and devoted believers. To request resources you need, simply email the Dean of Podcast Seminary, Dr. Freddy Cardoza, with your ideas at email@example.com or through our general communication loop, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Episode 044, Introducing Our Sister Podcast: Podcast Seminary
Podcast Seminary helps you grow in your faith. Learn more about this ministry and join us regularly as we answer people's faith questions.
As podcasts are released, our content will provide comprehensive, systematic, and practical biblical discipleship in 9 essential areas:
Your Spiritual and Faith-Related Questions, plus:
Foundations Formation Ministry Apologetics Bible Theology Leadership Life Specialty Subscribe now and prepare for these important resources at podcastseminary.org.
Send us your faith questions at email@example.com.
Episode 043, Fearless: The Psychology of Fear
INTRODUCING MY NEW SHOW: FREDTalks Host Dr. Freddy Cardoza is launching an additional podcast soon called "Podcast Seminary" (as seen on the artwork for this podcast episode).
Faith-related content like this will be featured on the new podcast. Be one of the first to subscribe to the new show, and pass on the word!
All people deal with fear from time to time. But for men, the phenomenon of fear strikes at the epicenter of our hearts. Fear threatens our sense of adequacy and produces profound emotions within us-- none of them good.
In this promotional episode for Podcast Seminary, our new show, you will learn about the nature and psychology of fear. Host Freddy Cardoza does an autopsy of the fear factor that rattles even the hardest of hardcore men among us. If you're a man, this study is for you. If you're a woman who cares about the men in your life, you'll want to listen and share this episode with others.
Those who listen to this podcast are challenged to FEAR(less) and to be FEAR(LESS)!
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Episode 042, Understanding Your Broken Moral Compass
Why do we do some of the things we do? What mysteries lie beneath human behavior, including bad behavior?
How can some people make decisions that harm themselves and others, and still live with themselves? How can people who do horrible things look themselves in the mirror? How do sociopaths slip that far into such a dark place?
And, even if we are good people, how do we do sometimes do bad things without feeling bad about them?
This session deals with the issue of the "broken moral compass."
We'll talk about:
Keeping secrets from ourselves The effects of lying to or ignoring our conscience How to make decisions by understanding the difference between "matters of conviction, conscience, and choice" The different conditions our conscience can have (strong, weak, seared), and what each of them means. Join us in this exciting discovery of our own hearts and the deep recesses of the human condition. It'll help you understand yourself and others better, leading to better relationships with people and with God.