In this podcast, I ask the question: Are you rejecting yourself? Many of have been rejected in the past and suffer from emotional wounds surrounding the rejection. But Jesus not only heals people of physical diseases but emotional woundings as well.
In this podcast I will be discussing the Biblical role of angels and as well I will be sharing a few stories involving what I believe were angelic visitations in recent years and as well the personal encounters that I believe my mother had with angels, shortly before she died.
In this podcast I want to talk about how you can survive a spiritual beat down. As believers, we can be attacked by a spirit of condemnation, where thoughts of things we did in the past flood our minds. Where do these thoughts come from and how do we fend them off?
In this podcast we are talking about the intriguing things that showed up in brains scans when people speaking in tongues. We will also be discussing the purpose of the gift of tongues and does everyone receive this gift when they are filled with the Holy Spirit?
In this podcast, we talk about the Bible’s answer to the ironical tweet Keith Boykin made about former US President Ronald Reagan and his Presidential Library that was saved from a California wildfire by goats.
30 | Why one of the Bible’s oddest miracles, may be one of its greatest? In this podcast, we take a look at one of the most unusual miracles in the Bible and why it should be included among the greatest Bible miracles.
In this podcast I was to discuss an interesting question: Is everyone a leader and do the rules change if you are a Christian? Because I believe God has called you to be a leader and a person of influence for the Kingdom of God.
In this podcast, we are going to take a look at an MRI scan done on a person about a decade back and see if it provides the answer to a question that has plagued theologians for generations and that is this: why did God ask Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac on Mt Moriah.
In 2013, Dutch researchers noticed an odd thing happening when the people walked through the doorway into the research room. And in an odd way, their behavior is connected to a statement that the ancient patriarch, Abraham, the great man of faith, made in Genesis 17.
One question that has lurked at the back of my mind is this: Does the Bible warn of Nuclear war in the end times? It’s not a topic that many of us want to talk about, but in my study of the Bible I have seen hints of it. In this podcast we look at three Bible passages that suggest there will be a nuclear war during the end times.
In this podcast entitled A Failure to Equip, I want to talk about a major shift that needs to take place in the church and its strange connection to square dancing.
Yes, I am talking about the “dosado, allemande right” square dancing.
Follow our podcasts on: Itunes Stitcher Spotify Google Play IHeartRadio TuneIn Podchaser PODCAST NOTES: I made an unusual purchase the other day. I bought the Ark of the Covenant. Hi my name is Dean Smith and in this podcast I want to talk about the mysterious disappearance of the Ark of the Covenant and the ancient conspiracy theories that swirled around at the time because of its disappearance. The Ark was a gold-plated box with two winged cherubim that sat inside the Tabernacle of Moses, the Tabernacle of David and lastly the Temple in Jerusalem. Between the two Cherubim rested the very presence of God and because of this, the Ark is referred to as God’s throne on earth. Of course, what I bought was a miniature replica about 4” x 2.5” in size proportional to the original which was 4’ by 2.5’. But the similarity stops there, because I am pretty sure for $21.77 Canadian, my replica is not gold-plated like the original, but other than that it looks kind of neat. The top …
This is a second in a two part series on vision. God has a purpose for your life, and in this podcast we look at one of the biggest hindrances to seeing your vision fulfilled when we confuse the tool for the vision.
A recent survey of British young people discovered that 90% of them do not have a purpose or sense of meaning for their life. In this podcast, we discuss how God has a purpose and plan for your life.
The Bible talks about asteroids hitting the earth in the end times. In this podcast we discuss an asteroid’s recent near miss, an asteroid that has gone MIA and an asteroid the Apostle John saw in his vision of the end times.
In this podcast we talk about Generational curses based on two recent articles. What are generational curses from a Biblical perspective and are they still in effect today?
Sir Isaac Newton is a famous medieval scientist that discovered gravity. He was also an ardent study of the end times, and based on his study of scripture he concluded that Christ’s second coming would happen sometime after 2060 AD.In this podcast we look at how he came to this conclusion.
As Christians, believers are involved in a spiritual battle with the demonic realm. In this podcast we discuss the most important think you can do to achieve victory in a spiritual battle.
In this podcast, we delve into the intriguing topic of territorial angels. How does satan try to control the world? Does the Bible suggest that fallen angels been put over countries?
In this podcast, Sandy McIntosh talks about a phenomena that is raising its ugly head today — group narcissism. What is it and why is it so dangerous? Can the church be susceptible to it as well?
Through out the Bible we see God healing people in both the Old and New Testament. Is healing still for today? In this podcast, Dean Smith interviews Andy Becker about his incredible healing.
In this podcast we talk about the power of forgiveness. In the Gospels, Jesus taught that we not only need to forgive our enemies, but as well our family and friends which is sometimes more difficult. We hope to answer the age old question does forgiveness forget?
In this podcast we are going to discuss one of the strangest passages found in the Bible — Genesis 39:1-5 — and how a proper understanding of this passage helps us identify the pharaoh of the Exodus.
In this podcast, we talk about the curious dream or vision that Annabel Wilson Beam received while awaiting rescue after becoming stuck in a hollowed out Cottonwood dream. Was this a genuine vision from God? Well a few days after this Annabel was healed of an incurable disease.
What did Jesus mean when He said that the meek would inherit the earth? Did Christ mean that Christians are supposed to act as doormats? In this podcast, we explain what “meek” really means.
What is one of the keys to successful prayer. Jesus says we need to pray with intensity. We need to bring the pain when praying.
It is generally believed that the Roman Catholic church made December 25 the day of Christ’s birth to replace a pagan holiday. But that may not have been the case. In fact, Christ’s birthday was probably tied to the Feast of Annunciation.
In this interview, Wayne Johnston tells about his encounter with demon and a later encounter with a Godly angel. As a result of these two encounters, Wayne concludes that many Christians have an unhealthy fear of the demonic.
Using a story out of Daniel, we explain in this podcast how the demonic attacks Christians. And at the same time, it reveals in graphic detail why we need the armor of God.
In this podcast, Barb Smith interviews Kate Fisher on the gift of hospitality.
When Jesus pulled Peter out of water after his failed attempt to walk on water, the Lord said Peter had ‘little faith.’ I think we have misunderstood the concept of “little faith” and we need to understand it in light of the “great faith” of the Phoenician woman. These two stories are connected.
Many people have an unhealthy fear of failure and because of this will not take risks. Often we do this because we personalize our failures. In the Gospels, Jesus addressed the fear of failure and how it holds people back from accomplishing what God has for them.
In the Gospels, Jesus gave His disciples authority and power, yet so many Christians walk around today like beaten puppies. In this podcast, we explain the authority of the believer.
There is a new phrase seeping into Christian circles referred to as “Social Justice.” What does it mean and what does the Bible have to say about “Social Justice?”
Many believe that Jesus’s exhortation to love your neighbor as ourselves contradicts the Old Testament law that brutally spoke of eye for eye and tooth for tooth justice. In this podcast, we show how the eye for eye law was actually the foundation of Jesus’s teaching to love your neighbor.