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A podcast for heroes. We examine heroism, God, sacrifice and what it takes to win for others.

    Malaysia Now

    Malaysia Now

    A history is a record of phenomena, today we look at Malaysia, Islam and Culture right now. We examine the culture that ask not to be examined. We dissect the races and religions that appear all but opaque and most importantly: we look at the root problem that permeates every modern society (from North Korea to North America). If you want to challenge your faith, your belief and your understanding of the culture of Malaysia, we challenge you to listen to today's Wiracast! It will definitely shake you in your boots (it shook ours)!

    • 36 min
    Exorcism (Part 2 - Q&A)

    Exorcism (Part 2 - Q&A)

    We continue our survey of exorcism by asking Ps. Ulu specific questions about his experience and understanding of demonic possession. Make sure to listen to Part 1 of our discussion on Exorcism.There is no way to beat around the bush, today we are going to be talking about exorcism and demonic possession. We won't be talking about either exorcism or demonic possession abstractly or theoretically, but from a tangible, quantifiable experience. My guest today is Ulu, a pastor of a church in Auckland, New Zealand. Ulu has experience with the specific incident that we will shortly discuss and additional years of seeing individuals set free from the effects of demonic oppression as a pastor and a Christian.Why are we looking at exorcism, one of the most controversial, hollywoodized, dramatic aspects of Christian faith? The media sensationalises demonic possession. It makes these events seem as though they are master strokes of some dark hand. And while they are real, they are not quite as they seem, not as most people see them on a screen. So let's begin. Let's look at the demonic.

    • 21 min
    Exorcism (Part 1)

    Exorcism (Part 1)

    Today we will be talking about Exorcism. OK, I'll pause while you spit out your tea or coffee. There is no way to beat around the bush, today we are going to be talking about exorcism and demonic possession. We won't be talking about either exorcism or demonic possession abstractly or theoretically, but from a tangible, quantifiable experience. My guest today is Ulu, a pastor of a church in Auckland, New Zealand. Ulu has experience with the specific incident that we will shortly discuss and additional years of seeing individuals set free from the effects of demonic oppression as a pastor and a Christian.Why are we looking at exorcism, one of the most controversial, hollywoodized, dramatic aspects of Christian faith? The media sensationalises demonic possession. It makes these events seem as though they are master strokes of some dark hand. And while they are real, they are not quite as they seem, not as most people see them on a screen. So let's begin. Let's look at the demonic.

    • 37 min
    Drowned

    Drowned

    Most of us will encounter periods of existence where there is no hope of reprieve. My father almost drowned in a lake as a child and was rescued by a stranger passing by. The event was all over the local newspapers. I have seen clippings. I owe my existence to the assistance of a passing stranger. But my father pulled himself onto that stranger (to the best of my knowledge), my father called for help or waved his arms in distress. He was well enough alive to participate in the rescue. Is that an accurate portrayal of you or I; calling out for help amidst our metaphoric tides? Perhaps we are not dying, perhaps we are already silent and still at the bottom of the lake. The stranger unable to assist. Today we look at pride, specifically intellectual pride and move quickly from there to question to what extent it is in the ability of our mind to understand, process and respond to the most severe threats. Are we boating, floating or dead?Audio from "Be About The Cure" by Sye Ten Burggencate

    • 24 min
    Innovator, Criminal, Christian

    Innovator, Criminal, Christian

    Christian Hosoi defines a term like legend. Within skateboarding no one better personifies style, athleticism, innovation, success, fame and charisma. No famous skateboarder alive today doubts that without Christian Hosoi there would have been no skateboarding counter culture in the eighties and nineties. The innovator of a subculture that included every famous Californian punk musician and skate star of the late 20th century, to say Christian was a star barely scratches the surface.But a house of cards, regardless of its architecture is not meant to stand. Hosoi's unique destruction and candid reflection upon his actions and thoughts at the time make this a unique Wiracast. This story is told from the mouth of Christian and former nightclub dancer and wife: Jennifer.Watch Quicksilver's film Rising Son: The Legend of Christian HosoiWatch I Am Seconds YouTube interview with Christian Hosoi

    • 17 min
    The Act of Being Saved

    The Act of Being Saved

    We're officially on hiatus, however we wanted to give everyone who has been listening to Wiracast a great big thank you. THANK YOU. In this special Wiracast episode we offer you a personal thank you, a huge hello and discuss one of the most important topics to each of us - is the Judgment and Rescue of Christ real?There's not much more to say beyond that. Let's begin.Check out the Free Burma Rangers; the fascinating source of today's cover photo.Check out Kirk Franklin's Before I Die; today's closing song.

    • 22 min

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