Public Concerts, Praise, and Worship services held at the Pasadena Tabernacle of The Salvation Army in Pasadena California. We also have episodes of people participating in different ministry opportunitites provided through The Salvation Army.
Nassau Presbyterian Church is a member of the Presbyterian Church (USA), located on Palmer Square, in Princeton New Jersey. The Rev. Dr. David A. Davis serves as head of staff, and preaches most Sundays. The Revs. Lauren J. McFeaters and Marti Reed Hazelrigg are the associate pastors.
By Nassau Presbyterian Church
A Mixture of technology and theology with a little bit of how God is working through all kinds of people. Lutheran Weekly features interviews with and regarding conservative, confessional Lutheran (esp. LCMS) resources for preaching, teaching, and otherwise presenting Jesus Christ to the world. This podcast is targeted toward all Christians but of specific interest to Lutherans. Resources include, but are not limited to, websites, Bible Studies, bands and other music resources, software developers, etc. You will also hear from chaplains from the front lines both in America and around the world, triumphant true stories from all walks of life, camp stories, and much more. We also discuss other tidbits of interest, including using technology in ministry. Each week, we begin with an interview. Following the interview, expect a tidbit on using technology in ministry, such as website tips, podcast creation tips, how to distribute your sermon or service, using computers in ministry, and many other ideas. We will finish each week with a suggestion of the week, offering an idea that you may be able to create or implement. Subscribing is, of course, free, so try it out and see what you think! If you would like to be interviewed for this podcast, fill out the form at lcmspastor.com/podcast.html. Any company that uses telemarketing or spam as part of their marketing method need not apply. Note: Podcasts are distributed in mono instead of stereo to make it easier on those with dial-up.
By Pastor Dale Critchley