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15 minutes | 3 years ago
Video Resume for Dr. Freddy Cardoza
I've just completed rebuilding my personal CV (academic resume, or Curriculum Vitae). Curriculum Vitae (CV) is a Latin phrase meaning "Course of Life." It refers to the document people in certain professions create to demonstrate their career-long growth in expertise, experience, and education. CVs are unlike resumes. The word "resume" is a 19th century French word meaning "to sum up," meaning that a resume is only supposed to 'summarize' one's life work in the most abbreviated fashion possible, typically a page or two. In the case of higher education and some other fields, CVs are expected to be substantial and detailed. They are supposed to document claims to expertise, experience, and education, providing the reader with proof of each. For this reason, CV's/Expanded Resumes are substantial and usually quite long documents. Here you will find my current CV, one that I built and published personally. It represents an entirely new approach of building such a resource based on the description above. There are many images and live links in the document that provide additional content. I hope you enjoy it. Additional resources are available at www.freddycardoza.com. Contact me if you have any questions or would like to learn more.
30 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 046, What Mature Christians Should Know
What should Christians know? Is there a body of beliefs that represent what it means to be a Christian? Are there essential ideas that comprise a Christian way of thinking? Is there such a thing as a biblical worldview? Are there truths that, if known, could help us live with more certainty? Should people expect to live their lives in spiritual confusion? These are the types of questions answered in this podcast, Episode 002 - What Mature Christians Should Know. Take the journey with Podcast Seminary Dean, Dr. Freddy Cardoza, long-time pastor and professor, who explores the idea with you, to help equip you to grow in your faith. Don't forge to subscribe! Like it? Share it! Get Five Amazing Freebies when you join our mailing list! Wow! (Following the official site launch on May 21, 2017)
2 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 044, Introducing Our Sister Podcast: Podcast Seminary
Podcast Seminary helps you grow in your faith. Learn more about this ministry and join us regularly as we answer people's faith questions. As podcasts are released, our content will provide comprehensive, systematic, and practical biblical discipleship in 9 essential areas: Your Spiritual and Faith-Related Questions, plus: Foundations Formation Ministry Apologetics Bible Theology Leadership Life Specialty Subscribe now and prepare for these important resources at podcastseminary.org. Send us your faith questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
68 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 043, Fearless: The Psychology of Fear
INTRODUCING MY NEW SHOW: FREDTalks Host Dr. Freddy Cardoza is launching an additional podcast soon called "Podcast Seminary" (as seen on the artwork for this podcast episode). Faith-related content like this will be featured on the new podcast. Be one of the first to subscribe to the new show, and pass on the word! THIS EPISODE All people deal with fear from time to time. But for men, the phenomenon of fear strikes at the epicenter of our hearts. Fear threatens our sense of adequacy and produces profound emotions within us-- none of them good. In this promotional episode for Podcast Seminary, our new show, you will learn about the nature and psychology of fear. Host Freddy Cardoza does an autopsy of the fear factor that rattles even the hardest of hardcore men among us. If you're a man, this study is for you. If you're a woman who cares about the men in your life, you'll want to listen and share this episode with others. Those who listen to this podcast are challenged to FEAR(less) and to be FEAR(LESS)! Subscribe to the new show, Podcast Seminary
98 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 042, Understanding Your Broken Moral Compass
Why do we do some of the things we do? What mysteries lie beneath human behavior, including bad behavior? How can some people make decisions that harm themselves and others, and still live with themselves? How can people who do horrible things look themselves in the mirror? How do sociopaths slip that far into such a dark place? And, even if we are good people, how do we do sometimes do bad things without feeling bad about them? This session deals with the issue of the "broken moral compass." We'll talk about: Keeping secrets from ourselves The effects of lying to or ignoring our conscience How to make decisions by understanding the difference between "matters of conviction, conscience, and choice" The different conditions our conscience can have (strong, weak, seared), and what each of them means. Join us in this exciting discovery of our own hearts and the deep recesses of the human condition. It'll help you understand yourself and others better, leading to better relationships with people and with God.
92 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 041, The New You, How Satan Uses Your Weaknesses Against You
How Does Satan Use Your Weaknesses Against You? That's what we discover in this podcast episode. In Part 2 of a 6 part series, we'll discuss things like: What is Sin? Why Are We Attracted to Sin? Two Types of Sin Four Sources of Sin Three Categories of Sin Sin's Ability to Attract and Lure Us The Novelty of Sin These are some of the most important insights I have come to understand on the nature of sin and how Satan uses our weaknesses to exploit us. Join me as we explore these truths from the pages of scripture and delve deeply into the human heart and personal psyche.
80 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 040 The New You Part 1 of 6 Becoming Conscious of Your Conscience Cardoza
In this important series, we'll explore how to overcome our besetting sins in order to become our best selves. Session 1 explores the human conscience. In this first dynamic session, we learn about: human nature how humans were originally created and what happened to us what the conscience is and how it works how we are unique and different than other life forms how to ensure that our conscience works for us and not against us Join this important study and look for future episodes in this new series created by Dr. Freddy Cardoza. For more information see www.freddycardoza.com and check out PodcastSeminary.com
74 minutes | 4 years ago
FREDTalks Podcast | Episode 039, Faith or Fake (Christian Parenting Seminar)
Faith or Fake: Helping Your Child Develop an Authentic Faith (1 Hour+ Audio Podcast, delivered live at Saddleback Church, Irvine South Campus, Irvine, California, 2016). View the exciting slide deck and follow along by manually advancing slides while you listen! Fake or Faith: Helping Your Child Develop an Authentic Faith from Freddy Cardoza Click the […] The post Faith or Fake: Helping Your Child Develop an Authentic Faith (FREDTalks, Episode 039) appeared first on SOAPBOX.NETWORK.
7 minutes | 4 years ago
Introduction to Discipleship | Course Introduction (Podcast Seminary, Episode 1)
Session 1: The Bible on Discipleship Includes: What a Disciple Is Six Key Principles of Discipleship Seven Biblical Characteristics of Good Disciplers Session 2: What Genuine Discipleship Produces Includes: Defining and Describing Discipleship How the Old and New Testaments Viewed Discipleship 10 Outcomes of Genuine Biblical Discipleship Session 3: […] The post Introduction to Discipleship | Course Introduction (Podcast Seminary, Episode 1) appeared first on SOAPBOX.NETWORK.
95 minutes | 5 years ago
Episode 38, Christianity
Christianity is the world's largest religion with over 2 Billion professing believers. Christianity developed from the Jewish faith, with Jesus of Nazareth, a Jew, being identified as the Messiah of the World. Christianity spread rapidly, ultimately becoming the official religion of the Roman Empire, in addition to spreading into the Eastern Hemisphere. This made Christianity global, as it spread to all continents. Christianity has three major divisions, Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, and Protestant. In this podcast, these movements and the essential beliefs of Evangelical Christianity are discussed, along with points of contrast and comparison between biblical concepts and the teachings of other religions. The conclusion is that, contrary to popular belief, Christianity does not teach the same thing as other religions and that the different religions communicate completely different concepts of God that force people to decide which, if any, faith is true and should be followed. Christianity: Christian Beliefs Contrasted with Other Religions from Freddy Cardoza
88 minutes | 5 years ago
Episode 37, Islam
Islam is a religion with, according to some, up to 1.6 Billion followers worldwide. It is a faith that arose from the Saudi Arabia, but grew throughout Arabia, into broader Asia, Europe, and Africa, then beyond. The history of Islam is complex. The Quran documents the development of Islamic thought and the Hadiths provide additional information about Muhammad and his life. Those have given rise to an enormous religion comprised of both peace-loving people and, in some areas, large percentages of extremists. Islam and Muslims sometimes confuse and confound people of other faiths, and this session was created to help inform people of what Islam teaches, while contrasting Muslim beliefs with the Christian faith and the teachings of Jesus Christ. Below you will find a slide deck. It's provided to help you better understand this podcast by allowing you to manually flip through the slides while listening to the lesson. Islam: A Christian Looks at the Muslim Faith from Freddy Cardoza Enjoy. And if you like it, share it!
88 minutes | 5 years ago
Islam (DigitalDiscipler, Episode 003)
Introduction Islam is a religion with, according to some, up to 1.6 Billion followers worldwide. It is a faith that arose from the Saudi Arabia, but grew throughout Arabia, into broader Asia, Europe, and Africa, then beyond. The history of Islam is complex. The Quran documents the development of Islamic thought and the Hadiths provide […] The post Understanding Islam: From a Christian Perspective (DigitalDiscipler, Episode 003) appeared first on SOAPBOX.NETWORK.
70 minutes | 5 years ago
Episode 36, Buddhism
Buddhism is a world religion having hundreds of millions of adherents worldwide. Traces of Buddhist beliefs are known by many, yet much of the religion remains a mystery to many in the Western Hemisphere. Many wonder, what are the teachings of the Buddha? What is the Buddhist view of life and destiny? What is reincarnation and nirvana? What practices are a part of Buddhist living? In this important series, learn more about the essence of Buddhist teachings while contrasting it with comparable views in the Christian faith. Then share it with someone else who might want to learn more. Buddhism: A Christian Looks at the Buddhist Faith from Freddy Cardoza Download this accompanying slide deck at: http://www.slideshare.net/FreddyCardoza/buddhism-a-christian-looks-at-the-buddhist-faith
62 minutes | 5 years ago
Episode 035, Hinduism
Introduction Hinduism is an enormous faith tradition having hundreds of millions of adherents worldwide. Join DigitalDiscipler as we explore the essential teachings and practices of the Hindu Faith by downloading our podcast or by listening along while scrolling through the slide show provided below. Then share it with others who might want to learn more! […] The post Understanding Hinduism: From a Christian Perspective (DigitalDiscipler, Episode 001) appeared first on SOAPBOX.NETWORK.
68 minutes | 5 years ago
Episode 33, God is Just
The Count of Monte Cristo is a stirring classic novel surrounding the adventures of Edmond Dantês. Edmond had it all. He was a man of faith, talented, and handsome. Following a long seafaring trip, Edmond is unexpectedly elevated to ship captain and is set to marry the raven-haired beauty, Mercédès. But before they could tie the knot, three unlikely, jealous, and greedy men conspire to have him thrown in jail.To maintain the secret of their betrayal, Edmond is publicized as dead but is privately locked away in the dreadful island dungeon, Chateau d'If. Believing Edmond has been executed, Mercédès is inconsolable.She is tricked into marrying Fernand Mondego, Edmond’s best friend— the man secretly responsible for having him put away. Hopeless, bitter, and forgotten, Edmond nearly loses his faith. He is being punished for a crime he didn’t commit, while the guilty parties go free. God seemed nowhere to be found. But Edmond ultimately escapes and, after many years, both he and the evil-doing trio get their just rewards. Like Edmond in the Count of Monte Cristo, the Old Testament Prophet Ezekiel saw God’s people suffer what appeared to be coarse injustice. But as time unfolded, they came to realize that God is always just—even when life seems unfair. Join us as we learn more about this important attribute of God that will help you in your spiritual maturity.
54 minutes | 5 years ago
Episode 32, God is Loving
What is God Like? If God is anything, He is "loving." In fact, God isn't only loving-- He is "love," personified. His being emanates love through His great kindness toward all people, because God genuinely loves us. God's love for us is in spite of our sometimes less than ideal behaviors and inconsistency. Take some time to learn more about God's love by learning about God's character as told originally by the Apostle John.... the "disciple Jesus loved." After all, who would know better than the one known as "the beloved?" We'll springboard from learning about God's love into deeper issues related to how God manifested His love most, which has been the person of Jesus Christ. In this podcast, we will plunge deeply into some important theological ideas to remove the mystery and maximize the majesty of the great God of the Bible.
44 minutes | 5 years ago
Episode 031, God is Holy
What is God like? What is His Nature? What is His personality? What are His attributes? These are the questions we'll explore in this series "Beyond Belief." In Session 1, we will study the idea of God's Holiness. This includes God's moral attributes which describe the God of the Bible. We'll learn more about theology and God's Character. It's a deeper, yet fascinating study conducted live at Saddleback Church Irvine in August 2015. This study is based on my book and DVD set, Beyond Belief, published by LifeWay. Join us for this session and the entire Beyond Belief series. And if you like it, share it. Thanks for listening. Find the exciting and informative slide deck for the lesson and watch along. Download or view it at this link: http://www.slideshare.net/FreddyCardoza/beyond-belief-session-1-god-is-holy-cardoza-51290299
65 minutes | 5 years ago
Episode 030, How to Know God's Will
Knowing God's Will is one of the most important yet most vexing issues in the Christian life. People feel the need to know God and to understand what He is doing in their lives, but are often at a loss about how to discern His Voice. How does God speak to us? How do we know God's Will? What are the mechanics of it all? Are there sources of information that aren't reliable from a Christian perspective? Why? What can we trust and what understandings should govern our discernment of God's Will? These are the types of things discussed in this podcast, How to Know God's Will by Dr. Freddy Cardoza. This is an audio from a live event at Saddleback Church, Irvine South Campus Men's Ministry, July 30, 2015. Visit www.freddycardoza.com/media-kit for more information.
51 minutes | 6 years ago
Episode 029, This Is Your Conscience Speaking
48 minutes | 6 years ago
Episode 028, How God Works
How does God work? What is the Divine Modus Operandi? What's God's M.O.? That is the question being answered in this episode of FREDTalks. Taken from a talk given at Saddleback Church's Irvine South Campus Men's Ministry, this is part of a series entitled "Compass: Navigating Life."
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