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Sep 2020

2.Job Summary Verse

In our summary of Job we are reminded of the life of Job and how God used the tragedies of his life to instruct and strengthen him. Our verse is Job 13:15: "Though He slay me, yet will I trust in Him" (KJV). The LORD assures him that He is merciful and loving, and gives us a new perspective on life and the opportunities that the LORD puts before us to bear witness of Him.

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Aug 2020

1. Genesis Summary Verse

In our Summary verses of the Books of the Bible we are looking at one verse from each verse which summarizes the individual books in our English Bibles. In this podcast we look at the book of Genesis. Our summary verse for this book of beginnings is Genesis 1:27: “So God created man in His own image; He created him in the image of God; He created them male and female” (HCSB). Join us on Monday and Wednesday for our continuing study!

28
Aug 2020

Four Years of Burden and Blessing: Looking Back, Looking Ahead

Join Nathanael Mayhew, Neal Radichel and Mark Tiefel as the review the first four years of the podcast and as they introduce what lies ahead. They will discuss the topics and "pillars" that have been a staple for the Burden and Blessing Podcast over the past four years and what you can find in our archives. They will also highlight a number of new podcast series' which will be rolling out in September and what our listeners can look forward to and expect in the future. 

26
Jun 2020

Debate Series: Does a Christian have to go to Church?

Join us as we discuss the age old and often debated issue of whether or not a Christian has to go to church. We will present some of the arguments that are often offered for why it is not necessary and respond to those assertions from the Word of God. Join us as we dig into what is behind the assertions of many and what God desires for all His people.

19
Jun 2020

Debate Series: Homosexuality

Homosexuality is an important topic in our world and even among Christians of different churches. It is often argued that homosexuality isn't actually condemned in Scripture. In this episode of our debate series we are addressing homosexuality from the perspective of Christians who believe the Bible clearly speaks of homosexuality as a sin and those who do not. Join us for a valuable review of this important topic. The purpose of this series is to prepare Christians for the arguments that are made against Christian truths, and to give them knowledge to defend and proclaim the faith that has been entrusted to us. We hope you will enjoy and benefit from this series and from this topic.

12
Jun 2020

Debate Series: Absolute vs. Relative Truth

Is there such a thing as absolute truth or is truth something that is relative and depends on our environment, culture and desire? How does the answer to this question relate to our lives everyday? What things are relative and what things are absolute and how can we tell the difference? In this episode of our debate series we are addressing the topic of truth. The purpose of this series is to prepare Christians for the arguments that are made against Christian truths, and to give them knowledge to defend and proclaim the faith that has been entrusted to us. We hope you will enjoy and benefit from this series and from this topic.

5
Jun 2020

Hymn Review: Glory be to God the Father (TLH 244)

What is the Festival of Trinity and what does it focus on? Join Pastors Nathanael Mayhew and Rob Sauers as they dig into the beautiful Trinity hymn by Horatius Bonar "Glory be to God the Father". This hymn not only highlights the doctrine of the Trinity, but also reviews the festival half of the church year which the festival of Trinity caps off. As with the Athanasian Creed we will look into the Trinity and the person and work of Jesus the King of kings!

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Jun 2020

Racism, Protesting, and the Government in light of the George Floyd protests

If you have heard or seen discussions on the George Floyd protests, you'll want to tune in to this CPR episode which brings a Biblical perspective to the events that are unfolding in Minneapolis and across our country. Pastors Mark Tiefel and Nathanael Mayhew discuss the topic of racism, protesting and the role of the government in light of these events. We will discuss the problem, as well as the solution to the tragedies of this life. We hope that you will join us!

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May 2020

Hymn Review: Come, Holy Ghost, God and LORD! (TLH 224)

In preparation for the festival of Pentecost this weekend, Pastor Rob Sauers joins Pastor Nathanael Mayhew for a detailed look at Martin Luther's Penetcost hymn "Come, Holy Ghost, God and LORD" from 1524. Learn about  Martin Luther as a hymnwriter as well as the original foundation for this hymn. We will also discuss the event of Penetecost and the work of the Holy Spirit as brought out in the Third Article of the Apostles' Creed.  

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May 2020

CPR: Heaven Questions (Part 2)

Join us for part two of our series on heaven. In this episode Pastor Neal Radichel joins Pastor Nathanael Mayhew to discuss who will be in heaven and how we will get there. We will look at the passages of Scripture that help us separate fact from fiction when it comes to these questions so that we might have the comfort that God intends for us to have as we look to Christ. Dig into the Scriptures for answers to these questions and more!

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