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Beyond The Walls
20 minutes | Nov 15, 2017
Episode 25: Desire For Fulfillment (Acts 1:12-26)
88 minutes | Nov 6, 2017
Episode 24: Ark of the Covenant (Part 4)
In this episode we wrap up our series on the Ark of the Covenant. We begin by talking about the "discoveries" made by Ron Wyatt, in which the AoC is one. We then skip to South Africa to look at the Lemba tribe who has genetic ties to the tribes of Israel. And wind up.. where else... then with the Knights Templar again! This time at Rosslyn Chapel in Scotland.
23 minutes | Oct 26, 2017
Episode 23: Different Voice/Different Place (Acts 1:1-11)
When we lose the connection that we are used to in our Christian faith, how open are we to God changing the way He typically communicates to us? Are you focusing on where God is, or where He was? Do we approach where we are on in God on the fact that He is there with us, or that we are comfortable with where we are?
24 minutes | Oct 22, 2017
Episode 22: Messy Prayer
How's your prayer life? Is it an interesting dialog... or is it more of a checklist time? Does James 5:16 describe your prayer life... or, are you more like me where it actually embarrasses me. Looking at questions posed by Francis Chan, Kris Vallotton, and many more, we take a quick look at the prayer life of King David in the Biblical book of Psalms to evaluate how "effective and fervent" our prayer lives are. Are we showing forth the same discipline and value in prayer as the disciples in the book of Acts?
33 minutes | Oct 18, 2017
Connection (Special Crossover Episode)
In this special crossover episode with FCC Grayson, we look at the question, "What does it look like to follow Jesus Christ?" In this podcast we look at how our connection with Him is foundational in our Spiritual growth. Video link: https://youtu.be/6WZmU1J84Vo
72 minutes | Oct 18, 2017
Episode 21: Ark of the Covenant (Part 3)
First part in a two episode look at the "popular culture" theories as to the location/destination of the Ark. In this episode we discuss Egypt and are quickly on our way to discussing multiple places it could be... until, we run into the Knights Templar and Oak Island and we completely derail! We have titled this episode 3 in our Ark series, but, it could just as easily be titled "History of Knights Templar", or "Oak Island."
52 minutes | Oct 11, 2017
Episode 20: Ark of the Covenant (Part 2) Biblical Mysteries
Communication Device: Some firmly believe that the Ark of the Covenant was a device for communicating with peoples unknown, although to the Israelites on their exodus, it was a means to communicate with God. While these theories are speculative at best, they are reasonably well–thought out, based on writings and accounts in various ancient texts, including the Bible. When active, it was said that the image of God would appear in between the two cherubs that reside on top of the Ark, known as the Mercy Seat. There are several takes on what this may have been in reality. Some argue that the appearances of God in the Bible, for example, are often depicted as flames or smoke or bright lights. Given that many believe the Ark to have been some kind of electrical device (which we will look at later), it is possible that when it was “activated,” there would have been sparks and flashes that some may have taken as a sign of God. A somewhat more extreme theory is that the Ark was literally a communication device that created a hologram of the person on the other end. To those who were not at all familiar with such technologies, the suggestion that this was, in fact, God would have made perfect sense to them. Manna Machine: According to legend and ancient writings, during their 40-year exodus, the Israelites survived by obtaining sustenance from something called manna. This manna would fall from the sky, apparently on “the command” of the Ark itself. According to authors Rodney Dale and George Sassoon, the Ark was a working machine that produced this manna. It was essentially, as the title of their book suggests, a manna machine. The authors, using the Kabbalah as their source, claimed that the Ark housed a machine that was nuclear-powered and would produce manna on a daily basis, very similar to modern projects looking to supply algae as food. They even went as far as to say that this is where the origins of the seventh day being a day of rest stem from, as after running for six consecutive days, the machine would have to be taken apart and cleaned so that it remained in good working order. Electrical Capacitor: When modern scientists and electrical engineers study
60 minutes | Sep 13, 2017
Episode 19: Ark of the Covenant (Part 1) - Biblical Mysteries
The greatest and most sought after treasure of all time is what we are tackling in this episode of beyond the walls... Join us as we take a Biblical look at the Ark of the Covenant as well as theories as to it disappearance from searching the scripture.
80 minutes | Aug 22, 2017
Episode 18: King Solomon's Mines (Bible Mysteries)
One of the greatest mysteries, not only in the Bible, but in the history of the world has been the location of the source of the wealth of King Solomon. Join with us as we look at the history, the possibilities, and theories as to where the Biblical mine of "Ophir" is located!
32 minutes | Aug 15, 2017
Kingdom Come - Live The Gospel (Message)
29 minutes | Aug 8, 2017
Kingdom Come - Use Your Voice (Message)
30 minutes | Aug 1, 2017
Kingdom Come - Be The Change (Message)
11 minutes | Jul 30, 2017
Monday Morning Java Episode 6
35 minutes | Jul 27, 2017
Kingdom Come - Godly Ambition (Message)
11 minutes | Jul 23, 2017
Monday Morning Java Episode 5
43 minutes | Jul 19, 2017
Episode 17: Faith Versus Justice
In this episode we interview John W. Gillis in regard to how he has balanced his faith versus pursuing justice. Gillis has a long and distinguished career in criminal justice, including victim issues. After working as a police officer for two years with the New York Port Authority, Gillis served with the Los Angeles Police Department for more than twenty six years, retiring in 1988. In 1990 he was appointed Commissioner to the California Board of Prison Terms by Governor George Deukmejian, and subsequently appointed Chairman of the Board by Governor Pete Wilson. Gillis was nominated by President George W. Bush and confirmed by the U.S. Senate in September, 2001 as the National Director, Office for Victims of Crime, U. S. Department of Justice. In this capacity, Director Gillis had oversight for priority initiatives including International Terrorism and Victim Assistance, Human Trafficking, and the Crime Victims’ Fund in all 50 states and all U. S. Territories. In addition to a Master of Science Degree in Public Administration from the University of Southern California, he holds a BA degree in Political Science from California State University at Los Angeles. He has studied Law at Glendale College School of Law and also holds a Community College Teaching Credential. He has taught criminal law and Administration of Justice classes in the Los Angeles Community College System. Gillis has been a member of many boards and commissions and has been actively involved in community activities for more than four decades. Following the 1979 murder of his daughter Louarna he became a founding member of Justice for Homicide Victims (JHV) and the Coalition of Victims Equal Rights, statewide organizations that worked on behalf of the rights of victims and their families. He is also the founder of Victims and Friends United, an active member of Memory of Victims Everywhere, and Parents of Murdered Children (POMC). He is currently a member of the National Crime Victim Law Institute (NCVLI) headquartered in Portland, Oregon. In 1991, President George H. W. Bush presented Gillis with the National Crime Victim Service Award for his work in helping crime victims. In 1993, former U. S. Attorney General William P. Barr recognized Gillis’ crime victim service with a Special Commendation Award. Gillis is also a member of the American Police Hall of Fame. Gillis served four years as a member of the Californ
32 minutes | Jul 14, 2017
Episode 16: Faith Versus Spotlight
In this episode we are interviewing Laura Jones regarding how her faith both aided her, and has been challenged, since she has been introduced to a greater amount of influence, critique & spotlight in her journey as Miss Kentucky competing for Miss America. Show notes can be found on our website: beyondthewallspodcast.com
57 minutes | Jul 11, 2017
Episode 15: Faith Versus Loss
We are privileged to be joined by writer, speaker & author Tammy Nischan on this episode. Tammy talks to us about her journey, and how her faith met an adversary in the form of loss.
53 minutes | Jul 4, 2017
Episode 14: Translating the Bible Into English (Bible Questions Part 3b)
The Word of God is unchanging from generation to generation, but language is a dynamic and ever-changing form of communication. We therefore have a responsibility before God as Christians to make sure that each generation has a modern translation that they can easily understand, yet that does not sacrifice accuracy in any way. Let’s be ever mindful that we are not called to worship the Bible. That is called idolatry. We are called to worship the God who gave us the Bible, and who preserved it through the centuries of people who sought to destroy it.
59 minutes | Jun 27, 2017
Episode 13: Translating the Bible Into English (Bible Questions Part 3a)
What is the English History of the Bible? The translation of the Bible from its original languages (Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek), is a complex story. The process of translation for each language is story in itself. As the Gospel spread to other lands, the books of the Bible, both Old and New Testaments were also translated, some earlier then others. The English translation compared to other translations is a relatively late translation. The story of the English Bible in many ways is similar to the other translation stories. To under the translation process, the student needs to be familiar with history and source documents behind the translation. Most readers of the English Bible today, are not aware of the dramatic story behind the book they hold in their hand. How a collection of books written in Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek changed Europe and especially England is taken for granted by many Christians. By using the story of the English Bible, we can see how religion, politics and intrigue each played their part. Although each translation story is unique, each story involves a process, how a group of people received God’s Word in their own tongue.
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