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Telling the Truthis an international broadcast and internet ministry that brings God's Word into the lives of people all over the world. Stuart and Jill Briscoe are the featured Bible teachers, encouraging and challenging listeners to study the Word of God and be drawn closer to Christ. Gifted with wisdom, discernment, and a bit of English humor, the Briscoe's bring God's Word to life. With distinctly different teaching styles, you'll be moved by the emotional appeal of Jill and the compelli ...
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Listen as Ontario Nurses’ Association leaders discuss the state of the health-care profession – and tell Ontarians the truth about what’s happening to their health-care system. They also update members on how their union is fighting to improve their work lives and care for all Ontarians.
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To educate, inspire and bring awareness about Black Entrepreneurship and Black Leadership. Interviews with Black and Latino Entrepreneurs locally in San Diego and throughout the World.Talks about Leadership,Culture and Society News in and around the Black Community. Luis has a Master’s of Science in Organizational Leadership
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"Tell Me The Truth" is a is a one of a kind podcast featuring new and interesting guest each and every week and is dedicated to giving our guests the opportunity to speak their “Truth", no matter how controversial, taboo, or crazy it may seem. Anchored by host " Sunny Daze”, our aim is to provide our listeners with "top shelf" interviews and other informative, yet interesting material. Prepare to brush your teeth with “Truth Paste”, as we begin our journey deep into the "Wirm Whole.". A plac ...
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Dive into The Emphatic Truth podcast, your feel-good space hosted by Tavon Harris, a passionate serial entrepreneur, activist, and tech pro hailing from Baltimore, Md! 🎙️✨ Join us on a journey to motivate, uplift, and collaborate with the vibrant black/African community across the diaspora. Get ready to challenge your thinking and embrace a holistic perspective on your purpose in the world. 🌍 Tune in for insightful discussions on current events, education, justice systems, and laws impacting ...
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When trials and suffering come, where do we turn? We ought to turn to Godthe God of all comfort. Suffering in this life is inevitable. David knew that. He wrote some of his psalms about it. But he wrote with the knowledge that God’s love brings comfort, encouragement, freshness, and life to those who seek Him.In this message, Jill points us to the …
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The fields are readypeople are dry and waiting to hear a message of hope, meaning and purpose of life. The seed, the Word of God, is dynamic, powerful, precious and full of life. God calls those in His kingdom to share this good news. Like a farmer sowing seed, we are to be spiritual farmers generously spreading God's truth.But why is it so hard to…
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Being in a valley isn't proof that God has left us or that He doesn't care. God is our shepherd. He is leading us, protecting and correcting us. This is how we know God's love for us, through his action in our lives. In this message, we learn that God's rod corrects us, like He corrected David after his sin with Bathsheba, but His staff comforts us…
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When trials and suffering come, where do we turn? We ought to turn to Godthe God of all comfort. Suffering in this life is inevitable. David knew that. He wrote some of his psalms about it. But he wrote with the knowledge that God’s love brings comfort, encouragement, freshness, and life to those who seek Him.In this message, Jill points us to the …
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At times, we may feel useless, uncreative, ungifted, and unfit to do God's work. But simply by the fact that God has brought us into a redemptive relationship with Him, we can be encouraged that He has gifted us! The Holy Spirit is our gift; He is our anointing to do the good works that God has prepared in advance for us to do. This message assures…
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aul described his work among the Thessalonians as "encouraging, comforting, and urging you to live lives worthy of God." But Paul and his colleagues also needed encouragement themselves. In fact, everyone could use encouragement!So how do we encourage people who desperately need it, and how do we remain encouraged and hopeful in our own lives? Stua…
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No sin is bigger than God's forgiveness and mercy. There will be consequences for sin, but the love of God is the kind of unconditional love that shows mercy when the object of its love lies prostrate and repentant. David learned this when he sinned against God with Bathsheba, he learned the weight of guilt. He also learned that God's mercy is an a…
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When man makes promises, he rarely follows through. God, on the other hand, can make promises the size of eternity, and He always follows through! God promised David that He would give him a throne that would never pass away. God promised to bring a new covenant to His people through David’s line, a covenant that would bring an eternity where there…
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When trials and suffering come, where do we turn? We ought to turn to God, the God of all comfort. Suffering in this life is inevitable. David knew that. He wrote his psalms about that. But he wrote with the knowledge that God’s love brings comfort, encouragement, freshness, and life to those who pant after Him. In this message, Jill points us to t…
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When man makes promises, he rarely follows through. God, on the other hand, can make promises the size of eternity, and He always follows through! God promised David that He would give him a throne that would never pass away. God promised to bring a new covenant to His people through David’s line, a covenant that would bring an eternity where there…
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When man makes promises, he rarely follows through. God, on the other hand, can make promises the size of eternity, and He always follows through! God promised David that He would give him a throne that would never pass away. God promised to bring a new covenant to His people through David’s line, a covenant that would bring an eternity where there…
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The letter to the Hebrews, as is common with New Testament epistles, having dealt with many deep theological issues, is brought to a conclusion with many essential, practical instructions. A healthy reminder that faith is not just a matter of beliefit involves behavior, too. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/dona…
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We have all experienced the feeling of spiritual oppression, temptation, or threats. But when David faced Goliath, God was the champion. God fought for the one He loved, just as He will fight for us when we're overwhelmed, because He loves us. In this message, Jill teaches us that God is our rescuer. That doesn't mean He will always rescue us from …
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Various metaphors have been used to describe the Christian life. Some see it as a war to be fought, others as a party to be enjoyed, others as a task to be completed, and still others as a race to be run. The writer of Hebrews chooses the race metaphor.To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/508/29…
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It’s easy for us to question God when He chooses us for a task. We feel unqualified, like God has made a mistake. But God often chooses the unexpected to do His work. David was the definition of unexpected. He was the youngest, the smallest shepherd boy, but he was chosen by God to be king. In this message, Jill shows us that all of us have been an…
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Having encouraged his readers to keep the faith despite the pressures under which they were living, and having delivered warnings to them about the dangers of abandoning the faith, our writer now defines, describes, and illustrates faith and hope so that there will be no confusion.To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.co…
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Our mere existence is evidence of God's love. When God creates, He creates in love and with purpose. He knows our days, our actions, our thoughts, before we even begin to exist. In this message, Jill Briscoe reminds us that our reaction to God's love for us, as displayed in our creation, ought to be like David's in the psalmsa reaction of praise an…
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It’s easy to place your faith in people, parties, and programs. But it’s impossible for all those things to sustain and uphold your heart.When patience wears thin and genuine hope is all you long for, the who of faith matters greatly. And there’s no better Who than the Lord, our God.In this message, Stuart Briscoe opens Scripture to reveal the char…
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How are you pouring into those younger than yourself? What kind of legacy are you building to leave for your children? Jill Briscoe takes us to Proverbs 31:1-9 to ponder the words King Lemuel wrote fondly about his mother and the faith she passed along to him. Whatever age or stage we’re at, God calls us to be a blessing to the next generation. The…
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Whom we confess and the faith we profess are both translations of the Greek word homologia, which is defined as an act of proclamation in which the concrete relation of man to Jesus is expressed in binding and valid form. Jesus expressed the importance of such a homologia (Matthew 10:32), and Hebrews confirmed it.To support this ministry financiall…
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God will use you, no matter how broken you are, if you are obedient. This is the lesson we can learn from the book of Esther.Esther started as a simple Jewish girl. But God asked her to be obedient, and she ended up risking her life to go before the king and make a request that her people be saved. She went with the knowledge that she would most li…
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A parable is defined as an earthly story with a heavenly meaning. And the parable of the prodigal son found in Luke 15 may be one of the most famous parables in Scripture. The story of the prodigal son is about God losing something very precious and sending His son, Jesus, to get it back. This is God’s world, and He wants it back!To support this mi…
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Most of us like to put our roots down and feel secure. We don't like change. We don't like being pushed into situations where we'll risk anything. But sometimes God calls us to do this!God calls us to be believers, like Esther and Mordecai, who care enough about the souls of others that we risk our own comfort, and sometimes our own lives, in order…
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Upholding the "Christian" label in a world like ours is vulnerableit’s risky. If we live rightly in our wrong world, sooner or later we will find ourselves in conflict or threatened.When Esther's people, the Jews, were threatened, she had to choose whether or not she was going to stand up for them against the persecution of Haman. Would she keep he…
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Have you experienced a darkening sky in your life? When you find yourself there, do you shine brighter for it, or flicker out? Esther's life seemed to be a downward spiral of difficulties. But she continued to shine brightly for God in the unbelieving kingdom of which she was now queen.As Jill takes you through the amazing story of Esther, a simple…
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It is a well-established fact among believers that "man cannot live by bread alone," but that the Word "from the mouth of God" is vitally necessary (Mt. 4:4). However, it is equally well established that many believers have inadequate appetites for and diets of the Word of God.To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/do…
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"Unlocking the keys to a purpose-driven life: Learn why distinguishing your job from your work is the key to fulfillment and reaching your full potential. Join us on [Podcast Name] as we explore the journey of aligning priorities with life goals. 🎙️✨ Check out Episode 1 if you haven't had a chance to yet, and dive deeper into the topic by reading t…
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In this episode, I emphasize the importance of seeking guidance and embracing continuous learning. I share my experience of facing financial constraints in my early 20s but being determined to learn through various means, including the internet, library, and YouTube. I stress the value of creating a support system with peers, university staff, and …
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ONA Provincial President Erin Ariss and First Vice-President Angela Preocanin discuss the state of the province as we move through the second term of Doug Ford and his Progressive Conservatives. Find out what’s happening now and everything you need to know before Biennial Convention. Hosts: Erin Ariss, Angela Preocanin and Kattie Laur Producer: Kat…
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EPISODE #40 On episode #40 of the "Tell Me The Truth" podcast, hosted by the vibrant Sunny Daze, we are joined by the insightful guest, Scott Free. This captivating discussion delves into the heart of today's headlines, exploring the complex realms of politics, religion, and the state of our nation. Sunny Daze skillfully guides the conversation, sk…
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