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Podcast for St George in the Pines Anglican Church - Banff

St. George in the Pines St. George in the Pines Anglican Church - Banff

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Podcast for St George in the Pines Anglican Church - Banff

    God The Misogynist: Lot's Daughters

    God The Misogynist: Lot's Daughters

    The Bible teaches that all are equal in God's eyes, equally needing His love, forgiveness, and grace. - The story of Lot and his daughters is a grim and disturbing narrative, revealing the darkest aspects of humanity. While some view it as a tool of oppression against women, what does it actually teach?
    This week, we will examine this unsettling story, exploring its deeper themes of brokenness and the possibility of healing. Instead of a surface reading, we'll uncover the essential message God is sharing. Join us as we reflect on our own attitudes toward brokenness, healing, and God's grace.Watch at: https://youtu.be/EhE198_mbG8

    God The Destroyer: Sodom & Gomorrah

    God The Destroyer: Sodom & Gomorrah

    The love of God cannot be pit against his justice. Both work together for the healing of this world and the healing of our hearts. - The story of Sodom and Gomorrah is often remembered for its fire and brimstone, but there's so much more to this ancient tale. While it's become a symbol of divine wrath in popular culture, what can we truly learn from it?
    This week, lets take a closer look at Sodom and Gomorrah. We'll explore the deeper themes of justice and mercy hidden within the narrative. Instead of focusing solely on the destruction, we'll uncover the layers of meaning that this ancient story holds. Join us as we discuss how it challenges us to reflect on our own attitudes toward righteousness, goodness, and the love of God.Watch at: https://youtu.be/sHJdimeleos

    God Of Sacrifice: Abraham and Isaac

    God Of Sacrifice: Abraham and Isaac

    God should be our ultimate source of hope. Putting anything above Him means missing out on His life and love. - The story of Abraham being willing to sacrifice his son Isaac has puzzled and troubled people for centuries. In todays world, it seems impossible to imagine a loving God asking for something so extreme. So, how do we make sense of this story with our modern views on morality and faith?
    This Sunday, we're kicking off our new teaching series, "Tell Me Strange Things: Facing the Hardest Sayings in the Bible." Instead of dodging the tough story of Abraham and Isaac, we'll tackle it head-on. Well dig into the different layers of meaning behind this ancient tale and explore the tension between God's justice and mercy. Together, well uncover deeper truths about trust, sacrifice, and God's everlasting love.Watch at: https://youtu.be/U3DXgdDa12c?si=fK4_8_SPE0J1hHfV

    To Know God

    To Know God

    We can only know the Triune God by first trusting in Jesus. - How do we make sense of the Doctrine of the Trinity?Discover the profound mystery of the Trinityone God in three Persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Join us as we explore how we come to know God on His terms, recognizing our need for a savior, Jesus Christ. Through repentance and trust in Jesus, we receive the Holy Spirit and the transformative love of the Father. This love helps us embrace the Triune God, not as a theological puzzle, but as the ultimate source of love for the world.
    Join us this Sunday to explore the Doctrine of the Trinity and its importance in our lives today.Watch at: https://youtu.be/RwT8JkqKfww?si=05EESTQG2YhQcZO4

    Our True Hope

    Our True Hope

    In an alienated world, Jesus gifts us his Holy Spirit to heal us and help us become who we are meant to be. - What does Pentecost and the Holy Spirit mean to our lives today?
    In a world marked by alienationfamily against family, nation against nationit's easy to feel isolated. Yet, God has not abandoned us. He came to us in Jesus to heal our world and our lives. Jesus offers us the Holy Spirit, His very essence of love and life, to heal us and transform us into the people we were always meant to be. This is our true hope: the Holy Spirit given to us by Jesus.
    Join us this Sunday as we delve into the significance of Pentecost and its relevance to our lives today.Watch at: https://youtu.be/kVc99MRKZSQ

    We are Hated & Loved Only Because of Jesus

    We are Hated & Loved Only Because of Jesus

    Love and obedience go hand in hand; by following God's will, we truly experience His love and life. - Does love actually involve obedience?
    Join us this Sunday as we complete our exploration of what it means to love God and follow Jesus.
    While we sometimes think of love and obedience as being at odds, Jesus invites us to set aside our personal desires and step into God's plans. It's in embracing God's will that we really find His love and life. Theres simply no substitute.
    Join us this Sunday for the final part of our series as we explore what obeying Jesus really means in our everyday lives.Watch at: https://youtu.be/Dqt0Px2uNm8

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