Church & Culture Audio Podcast
Episode 39: Maundy Thursday
Paul Taylor reads from Exodus, Psalm 116, and John Calvin • April 9, 2020 • Paul Taylor
According to the Revised Common Lectionary, readings for Maundy Thursday, April 9, 2020 are: First reading: Exodus 12: 1-4, (5-10), 11-14 Psalm: Psalm 116:1-2, 12-19 Second reading: 1 Corinthians 11:23-26 Gospel: John 13: 1-17, 31b-35
Episode 38: Solomon Says: An Interview with Mark Horne
Becoming a Better Person to Be Around Per Solomon's Book of Proverbs • March 26, 2020 • Mark Horne
In Episode 38 of Church of the Redeemer's Redeemer Talk podcast, episode host Katharine Spires introduces us to author Mark Horne, whose most recent book, "Solomon Says: Directives for Young Men," was published earlier this month by Athanasius Press. You can find the book at www.athanasiuspress.org
Episode 21: How a Church Grows
Steve Jeffery • December 12, 2019 • Steve Jeffery
Pastor Steve Jeffery, with Emmanuel North London Church in the U.K., recently spoke with us about how his church's congregation has grown, both in number and cultural diversity over the last 10 years. Pastor Jeffery is one of three ministers who will speak at the Christendom Lectures at Church of the Redeemer in West Monroe, Louisiana. You can find out more about the lecture series at christendomlectures.org Braden Smith hosted this episode of Redeemer Talk.
Special Episode: BACH to Thankfulness
"Arguably the greatest composer to have lived did not start from scratch" • November 27, 2019 • Jarrod Richey
In this special Thanksgiving edition of Redeemer Talk, Jarrod Richey uses one of the most well-known hymns of this season of the year to highlight the often forgotten trait of thankfulness in church music and culture. Hear excerpts from J.S. Bach's Cantata 192, 79, and Mendelssohn's Symphony 5 fourth movement.
Episode 18: Seeking the Peace of Monroe
Save the Swayze • October 17, 2019 • Troy Lizenby
In this episode, Troy Lizenby gives a preview of what to expect from an upcoming project to restore the Swayze Natatorium Historic Building at Forsythe Park in Monroe. Lizenby has spearheaded the restoration project, known as Save the Swayze, which will be held Friday, Oct. 18, in conjunction with Geneva Academy's Big Serve fundraiser. As part of Geneva Academy's Big Serve fundraiser, you can sponsor a student or support the K-12 classical education school by contributing online at www.genevaclassical.org/big serve 100% of all contributions to the Big Serve will support student scholarships and help provide tuition assistance for families seeking a classical Christian education for their children. The Save the Swayze project will be completed through volunteer labor as well as through the support of local businesses and groups.
Episode 17: Christendom Lectures
Previewing the Christendom Lectures • October 3, 2019 • Steve Wilkins
In this episode, Pastor Steve Wilkins provides a preview of what to expect from the Christendom Lectures scheduled for Jan. 6-8. Pastors C.R. Wiley, Rich Lusk, and Steve Jeffery will be giving lectures about how the Church should respond to suffering and persecution. You register or find out more at www.christendomlectures.org
Episode 16: Striving in Sports, Life, Faith
Deacon James • September 20, 2019 • Deacon James
In this episode, Deacon James speaks to us about his love of sports and how it prepares us for striving in our lives and faith. He also tackles the relationship between athletics and academics as well as his passion for wrestling.
Episode 15: A Ministry to Those in Prison
Terry Williams & Robert McBroom • September 5, 2019 • Terry Williams & Robert McBroom
Terry McBroom Williams and our own elder, Robert McBroom talked about The City of Faith Ministry. City of Faith was originally founded as an opportunity for outreach to a forgotten demographic, prisoners.
Episode 14: Contented Life as a Single Person
Elisabeth Brown • August 22, 2019 • Elisabeth Brown
Elisabeth Brown recently sat down with us at Church of the Redeemer in West Monroe to talk about a book she has been writing to encourage single people, especially single women, whose friends are getting married and having children, and how to find contentment and continue to mature in faith.