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Stories of the Songs of Christmas

December 25, 2020

Equipped with Chris Brooks

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Don’t you love the music this time of year?  Can you even imagine Christmas without songs like Silent Night, Away in the Manger and the Hallelujah Chorus? Chris Brooks will explore the people and stories behind some of our best-loved songs of Christmas with author and storyteller, Ace Collins!  It’s all about the music... December 25, 2020

Song of Return: The Melody of Home

November 27, 2015

Song of Return: The Melody of Home Although the United States generally observes fewer formal ceremonies compared to many older European countries, at American high school graduations, certain traditions are regularly observed. Graduates process and recess to the tune of “Pomp and Circumstance.” They wear long gowns and mortarboard caps,...

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  • Devotions November 27, 2015

The Trinity and Isaiah’s Servant Song

August 10, 2016

The Trinity and Isaiah’s Servant Song After healing a lame beggar, Peter preached the gospel to the gathered crowd. In his sermon, he affirmed that God had planned everything Jesus had suffered. Furthermore, it had all been foretold and “promised long ago through his holy prophets,” going all the way back to His covenants with Moses and Abraham.

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  • Devotions August 10, 2016

Stanley Collins - The Song of a Happy Man

June 8, 2020

Today in the Word Radio

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​This week on the podcast, we bring you a four-part series of messages Stanley Collins presented at the Winona Lake, Indiana Bible Conference in 1982.  Then we’ll cap off the week Friday with a message Ted Engstrom presented at Pastors’ Conference 1984. Stanley Collins was a pastor and former Director of Forest...

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  • Bible and Theology
  • Christian Living and Discipleship June 8, 2020

A Song of Triumph: The Lord and His People

January 6, 2017

A Song of Triumph: The Lord and His People Author of more than 28 books of poetry, Juan Felipe Herrera was the 2015 U.S. poet laureate. When Herrera talks about poetry’s importance, he doesn’t name its ability to teach. Instead, he describes poetry’s capacity for conveying beauty. He uses words like choreography. He calls a poem “a choir...

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  • Deliverance January 6, 2017

Word Into Song

December 23, 2013 December 23, 2013

Question and Answer

August 1, 2005

I am a teenager. Do I have to attend my parents’ church? It is awfully dull. The music is like songs done at funerals, and the preacher is older than my grandfather. I want to go to a real church. Question and Answer I usually advise teenagers to go to church with their parents, in that way exhibiting suitable submission to them. That is...

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Cary Schmidt: Stop Trying - Founders Week 2021 Speaker: Dr. Deb Gorton - Mid-Morning Show Coffee Break

January 27, 2021

Ken and Deb Mornings

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How would you define your identity? Does culture, tradition, or other people play into who you see yourself to be? Are you hoping that you can work hard to achieve the identity that you desire? Wednesday Ken visits with Cary Schmidt, who will help us discover the most fulfilling and truest identity, and it is the one we receive, not achieve. January 27, 2021

Michael Card: The Nazarene

February 13, 2021

The Land and the Book

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​He’s recorded 38 albums, authored over 28 books, and is host to a weekly podcast. You know his songs: "El Shaddai," "Love Crucified Arose," and "Immanuel." Michael Card is an award-winning musician and performing artist. He’s also our guest this week on The Land and the Book. Our focus: the...

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  • Music February 13, 2021

Christmas Music from Studio B

December 24, 2020

Chris Fabry Live

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Don’t miss a special musical broadcast on the Christmas Eve edition of Chris Fabry Live. Several guests from Christmases past will visit to spread good tidings of great joy! You’ll hear the group Selah. Steven Curtis Chapman shares his heart. Lindsay McCaul has a medley of songs, and Andrew Greer and Cindy Morgan will join...

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  • Bible and Theology
  • Christian Living and Discipleship
  • Holidays
  • Current Events and Ethics December 24, 2020


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