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An in-depth approach to sharing the good news of Jesus Christ.

Net Cast was designed based on principles that Jesus shared with His disciples when they were fishing, by casting nets (See Luke 5:1-11). He told them that they would be fishers of men and they followed Him.

Net Cast has fishing for souls as its primary objective. We hope to help bring you closer to Christ through the studies of the word of God offered here.

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Net Cast Mark L. Hatfield

    • Christianity
    • 5.0, 3 Ratings

An in-depth approach to sharing the good news of Jesus Christ.

Net Cast was designed based on principles that Jesus shared with His disciples when they were fishing, by casting nets (See Luke 5:1-11). He told them that they would be fishers of men and they followed Him.

Net Cast has fishing for souls as its primary objective. We hope to help bring you closer to Christ through the studies of the word of God offered here.

Please send voice messages, feedback, and any gift to help support Net Cast.

Subscribe to hear the latest episodes.

Thank you and God bless you richly in Christ Jesus. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/netcast/support

    Desert Oasis - 1:12-14 (S4 - E11)

    Desert Oasis - 1:12-14 (S4 - E11)

    Many couples long for a fulfilling love relationship and they want to find a getaway with their special someone where they can be together. Often, this is like looking for an oasis in a desert place. Just when you think you find fresh watering hole, you learn it is only a mirage. Join us today as we learn what it takes to find contentment and fulfillment in your lover. While a change of scenery, new scents, and some shade could enhance love, it is often our need to get lost in our lover, and then we will find all that we ever desired in love. 

    WARNING: The following material is intended for mature audiences. While this is a Bible study, the Song of Songs is written with references to sexual themes, intimate textual innuendos, and suggestive figurative language that may not be suitable for some audiences. Listener discretion is advised. It is recommended that you approach this book from God with pure motives and pray that His will in preserving these song lyrics can be a blessing to you. It is advisable that if you have been enjoying this podcast with young ears present that you refrain from doing so at this time. Wait until you are in a private setting to continue. Thank you for taking this word of caution into consideration as we begin today’s episode.

    I have a new special offer that is connected with the Love Awakening series. If you partner with Net Cast during our 4th season, I will be sending you the complete text outline on The Song of Songs, but I will also be including the supplemental PowerPoint to guide you in your study. If you want to become a partner or make a donation, you can send PayPal donations using netcasthost@gmail.com or visit Patreon.com/netcast to learn more about how you can get on board with this podcast.

    If you are not able to support this ministry effort financially at this time, would you please consider doing one of the following? First, please subscribe and continue to be a dedicated listener. Next, please share NetCast with your friends and family and encourage them to subscribe. Finally, consider leaving a review for the podcast so that your positive feedback could encourage others to listen.

    Take a few moments after we sign off to visit our website at netcasthost.com. Here you will find transcripts of the podcast on the blog, you can sign up for the free newsletter, become a member and join Net Cast absolutely free, which will give you access to hidden portions of the podcast host site, like our member forum and so much more.

    Don’t forget to check out our social media sites on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Be sure to like and follow the podcast as we use these sites to keep you current on what is happening at Net Cast. All-new episodes are announced on these media outlets. 


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    • 15 min
    Love Crazy - 1:9-11 (S4 - E10)

    Love Crazy - 1:9-11 (S4 - E10)

    Certain qualities in our lover can bring out the animal inside of us? We act abruptly and in some cases, out of control. This is what we refer to as "Love Crazy". In this episode, we are going to learn why the man in our Song refers to his beloved girl as a mare among the chariots of stallions. We will also discuss the importance of finding a balance between the internal beauty of the heart and the outward adornment of jewels, fabrics and scents, to accent our natural allurement. 

    WARNING: The following material is intended for mature audiences. While this is a Bible study, the Song of Songs is written with references to sexual themes, intimate textual innuendos, and suggestive figurative language that may not be suitable for some audiences. Listener discretion is advised. It is recommended that you approach this book from God with pure motives and pray that His will in preserving these song lyrics can be a blessing to you. It is advisable that if you have been enjoying this podcast with young ears present that you refrain from doing so at this time. Wait until you are in a private setting to continue. Thank you for taking this word of caution into consideration as we begin today’s episode.

    I have a new special offer that is connected with the Love Awakening series. If you partner with Net Cast during our 4th season, I will be sending you the complete text outline on The Song of Songs, but I will also be including the supplemental PowerPoint to guide you in your study. If you want to become a partner or make a donation, you can send PayPal donations using netcasthost@gmail.com or visit Patreon.com/netcast to learn more about how you can get on board with this podcast.

    If you are not able to support this ministry effort financially at this time, would you please consider doing one of the following? First, please subscribe and continue to be a dedicated listener. Next, please share NetCast with your friends and family and encourage them to subscribe. Finally, consider leaving a review for the podcast so that your positive feedback could encourage others to listen.

    Take a few moments after we sign off to visit our website at netcasthost.com. Here you will find transcripts of the podcast on the blog, you can sign up for the free newsletter, become a member and join Net Cast absolutely free, which will give you access to hidden portions of the podcast host site, like our member forum and so much more.

    Don’t forget to check out our social media sites on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Be sure to like and follow the podcast as we use these sites to keep you current on what is happening at Net Cast. All-new episodes are announced on these media outlets.


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    • 14 min
    Locating Love - 1:7-8 (S4 - E9)

    Locating Love - 1:7-8 (S4 - E9)

    The feelings of separation anxiety and longing to be together again are all a normal part of developing love relationships. There needs to be a balance between courting and taking care of our responsibilities in life. In this lesson, we will discuss playfulness the leads to intimacy. We will also talk about the need for being faithful to a lover in spite of the allurement of other people and things to pull us away into infidelity. 

    WARNING: The following material is intended for mature audiences. While this is a Bible study, the Song of Songs is written with references to sexual themes, intimate textual innuendos, and suggestive figurative language that may not be suitable for some audiences. Listener discretion is advised. It is recommended that you approach this book from God with pure motives and pray that His will in preserving these song lyrics can be a blessing to you. It is advisable that if you have been enjoying this podcast with young ears present that you refrain from doing so at this time. Wait until you are in a private setting to continue. Thank you for taking this word of caution into consideration as we begin today’s episode.

    I have a new special offer that is connected with the Love Awakening series. If you partner with Net Cast during our 4th season, I will be sending you the complete text outline on The Song of Songs, but I will also be including the supplemental PowerPoint to guide you in your study. If you want to become a partner or make a donation, you can send PayPal donations using netcasthost@gmail.com or visit Patreon.com/netcast to learn more about how you can get on board with this podcast.

    If you are not able to support this ministry effort financially at this time, would you please consider doing one of the following? First, please subscribe and continue to be a dedicated listener. Next, please share NetCast with your friends and family and encourage them to subscribe. Finally, consider leaving a review for the podcast so that your positive feedback could encourage others to listen.

    Take a few moments after we sign off to visit our website at netcasthost.com. Here you will find transcripts of the podcast on the blog, you can sign up for the free newsletter, become a member and join Net Cast absolutely free, which will give you access to hidden portions of the podcast host site, like our member forum and so much more.

    Don’t forget to check out our social media sites on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Be sure to like and follow the podcast as we use these sites to keep you current on what is happening at Net Cast. All-new episodes are announced on these media outlets.


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    • 14 min
    Black Beauty - 1:5-6 (S4 - E8)

    Black Beauty - 1:5-6 (S4 - E8)

    Today we are going to confront self-esteem and self-image. The young girl in our Song says that she is black but lovely because she was forced to work out in the sun and became burned and sun-tanned. She felt like this affected her ability to compete with other women that could care for themselves on a daily basis. How do you feel about yourself? Do you feel inadequate with your looks in the world? Why are we always following the modern-day trends and styles to be like others? Do we struggle from the same issues that this young girl has to deal with on a daily basis? What kind of self-esteem do you have? We hear the masses shouting their personal woes endlessly. "I’m too tall or way too short! I’m too fat or too skinny! My skin is too fair or too dark" etc. etc. For some people, it may not be something to do with outward presentation or appearance. Others might be dealing with emotional scars. Join us as we dig deeper into these challenging questions to understand God's will on these matters.

    BONUS: We will take a few minutes in this episode to discuss the current race issues occurring in every major city across America and share some facts that you need to know from God's word. We need to prayerfully proceed with His wisdom so that we can repent and put a peaceful end to this hurtful dilemma that is tearing us apart. 

    WARNING: The following material is intended for mature audiences. While this is a Bible study, the Song of Songs is written with references to sexual themes, intimate textual innuendos, and suggestive figurative language that may not be suitable for some audiences. Viewer discretion is advised. It is recommended that you approach this book from God with pure motives and pray that His will in preserving these song lyrics can be a blessing to you. It is advisable that if you have been enjoying this podcast with young ears present that you refrain from doing so at this time. Wait until you are in a private setting to continue. Thank you for taking this word of caution into consideration as we begin today’s episode.

    I have a new special offer that is connected with the Love Awakening series. If you partner with Net Cast during our 4th season, I will be sending you the complete text outline on The Song of Songs, but I will also be including the supplemental PowerPoint to guide you in your study. If you want to become a partner or make a donation, you can send PayPal donations using netcasthost@gmail.com or visit Patreon.com/netcast to learn more about how you can get on board with this podcast.

    If you are not able to support this ministry effort financially at this time, would you please consider doing one of the following? First, please subscribe and continue to be a dedicated listener. Next, please share NetCast with your friends and family and encourage them to subscribe. Finally, consider leaving a review for the podcast so that your positive feedback could encourage others to listen.

    Take a few moments after we sign off to visit our website at netcasthost.com. Here you will find transcripts of the podcast on the blog, you can sign up for the free newsletter, become a member and join Net Cast absolutely free, which will give you access to hidden portions of the podcast host site, like our member forum and so much more.

    Don’t forget to check out our social media sites on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Be sure to like and follow the podcast as we use these sites to keep you current on what is happening at Net Cast. All-new episodes are announced on these media outlets.


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    • 26 min
    Draw & Desire Fully - 1:4 (S4 - E7)

    Draw & Desire Fully - 1:4 (S4 - E7)

    What does it truly mean to be swept off of our feet? The allurement of desire to draw us away with a lover is strong. Those experiencing love will seek private time together as each takes the initiative to draw one another into a romantic adventure that is creative and full of passion. How do we find the balance of public interaction and private secluded togetherness? What level of alone time is safe for unwed couples and what boundaries should be established? These answers will be explored in today's episode. 

    WARNING: The following material is intended for mature audiences. While this is a Bible study, the Song of Songs is written with references to sexual themes, intimate textual innuendos, and suggestive figurative language that may not be suitable for some audiences. Listener discretion is advised. It is recommended that you approach this book from God with pure motives and pray that His will in preserving these song lyrics can be a blessing to you. It is advisable that if you have been enjoying this podcast with young ears present that you refrain from doing so at this time. Wait until you are in a private setting to continue. Thank you for taking this word of caution into consideration as we begin today’s episode.

    I have a new special offer that is connected with the Love Awakening series. If you partner with Net Cast during our 4th season, I will be sending you the complete text outline on The Song of Songs, but I will also be including the supplemental PowerPoint to guide you in your study. If you want to become a partner or make a donation, you can send PayPal donations using netcasthost@gmail.com or visit Patreon.com/netcast to learn more about how you can get on board with this podcast.

    If you are not able to support this ministry effort financially at this time, would you please consider doing one of the following? First, please subscribe and continue to be a dedicated listener. Next, please share NetCast with your friends and family and encourage them to subscribe. Finally, consider leaving a review for the podcast so that your positive feedback could encourage others to listen.

    Take a few moments after we sign off to visit our website at netcasthost.com. Here you will find transcripts of the podcast on the blog, you can sign up for the free newsletter, become a member and join Net Cast absolutely free, which will give you access to hidden portions of the podcast host site, like our member forum and so much more.

    Don’t forget to check out our social media sites on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Be sure to like and follow the podcast as we use these sites to keep you current on what is happening at Net Cast. All-new episodes are announced on these media outlets.


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    • 19 min
    All Senses Engaged - 1:3 (S4 - E6)

    All Senses Engaged - 1:3 (S4 - E6)

    Does it matter how we smell to the one that we love? Absolutely! We need to be presentable and attractive to our spouse. It might surprise you to learn that our fragrance has less to do with external colognes, creams, and cover-ups and more to do with having good character. Join us as we discuss Song of Songs 1:3 and discover how to be a sweet aroma for our spouse and everywhere we go for the Lord. 

    WARNING: The following material is intended for mature audiences. While this is a Bible study, the Song of Songs is written with references to sexual themes, intimate textual innuendos, and suggestive figurative language that may not be suitable for some audiences. Listener discretion is advised. It is recommended that you approach this book from God with pure motives and pray that His will in preserving these song lyrics can be a blessing to you. It is advisable that if you have been enjoying this podcast with young ears present that you refrain from doing so at this time. Wait until you are in a private setting to continue. Thank you for taking this word of caution into consideration as we begin today’s episode.

    I have a new special offer that is connected with the Love Awakening series. If you partner with Net Cast during our 4th season, I will be sending you the complete text outline on The Song of Songs, but I will also be including the supplemental PowerPoint to guide you in your study. If you want to become a partner or make a donation, you can send PayPal donations using netcasthost@gmail.com or visit Patreon.com/netcast to learn more about how you can get on board with this podcast.

    If you are not able to support this ministry effort financially at this time, would you please consider doing one of the following? First, please subscribe and continue to be a dedicated listener. Next, please share NetCast with your friends and family and encourage them to subscribe. Finally, consider leaving a review for the podcast so that your positive feedback could encourage others to listen.

    Take a few moments after we sign off to visit our website at netcasthost.com. Here you will find transcripts of the podcast on the blog, you can sign up for the free newsletter, become a member and join Net Cast absolutely free, which will give you access to hidden portions of the podcast host site, like our member forum and so much more.

    Don’t forget to check out our social media sites on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Be sure to like and follow the podcast as we use these sites to keep you current on what is happening at Net Cast. All-new episodes are announced on these media outlets.


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    • 19 min

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