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Welcome to The E. A. R., where we talk about the gospel and where we focus on God! Our goal is to tackle some of the hard questions or situations that arise in our faith or the secular questions that challenge us. We are Evangelical and Reformed! Our episodes are based on reformed theology from an evangelical view. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
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Be the Action - S3 - Ep 5

Be the Action - S3 - Ep 5

2019-10-0400:35:31

Season 3 Episode 5 - Be the ActionDuring this episode myself and Robert discuss a FaceBook post under the hashtag #22aday. These posts shed a vivid picture on suicide and how hurting people take their own lives because they don't know any other way out. We are asking all who either deal with suicidal thoughts or know someone dealing with this mental illness to seek help. Suicide is not the answer to a temporary problem. To all the caregivers, listening and being the action is our only plea.HERE ARE WAYS TO GET HELPResources: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline- https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org- 1-800-273-8255American Foundation for Suicide Prevention-https://afsp.org  - 1-504-220-6100- 1-888-333-2377With Her Last Breath- www.barbroberts.comThe source of our story, click here!Platforms: Google Spotify Stitcher PocketCasts--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
Season 3 Episode 4 - Dealing with the ActionIntroduction to Episode: During season three, we tackle yet another tough topic. We discuss suicide and all of the many ways to tell if one is suicidal. We give you tips on recognizing the signs of suicide before it progresses to the state of completion. We leave with a charge to both get help and seek help for those who are suffering from the suicidal illness. Co-Host: Jonathan Lunsford is a 40-year-old father of 5. He has been married for 19 years and a navy veteran where he worked on missile guidance radar systems. Jonathan was born and raised in the southern Appalachian Mountains. However, Jonathan was raised in the church but didn’t really get into a great relationship with God until he moved home after the Navy. Jonathan is an ordained minister in the Church of God (Cleveland Tn). Jonathan dealt with a youth who committed suicide within his youth group. Today he joins us and shares his story with us Podcast Episode Summary: In this episode, we continue our journey through suicide and hope. We continue to journey through the book “With Her Last Breath” and we focus on recognizing the signs. As we learn a different way to recognize the signs of suicidal thoughts and actions, we ask that you reevaluate your listening skills and your helping and coping skills. Find out more in this episode of Suicide and Hope. Resources: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline- https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org- 1-800-273-8255American Foundation for Suicide Prevention-https://afsp.org  - 1-504-220-6100- 1-888-333-2377With Her Last Breath- www.barbroberts.com Platforms: Google Spotify Stitcher PocketCasts--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
Season 3 Episode 3 – Recognizing the signsIntroduction to Episode: During season three, we tackle yet another tough topic. We discuss suicide and all of the many ways to tell if one is suicidal. We give you tips on recognizing the signs of suicide before it progress to the state of completion. We leave with a charge to either get help and seek help for those who are suffering from the suicidal illness.Co-Host: Barbara Roberts has been in Pastoral Care Ministry for many years. She is the Director of Caring Ministry at Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church and is the author of two books. Her first book, “Helping Those Who Hurt” is a Handbook for caring and crisis situations. Her recently published book, “With Her Last Breath: A Tale of Suicide and the Hope of Heaven” is based on the 26 page handwritten journal her niece, Kathy, left upon taking her life. The book incorporates each journal page with a chapter of caring helps for people dealing with issues of despair and suicide.Podcast Episode Summary: In this episode, we continue our journey through suicide and hope. We continue to journey through the book “With Her Last Breath”and we focus on recognizing the signs. As we learn different way to recognize the signs of suicidal thoughts and actions, we ask that you reevaluate your listening skills and your helping and coping skills. Find out more in this episode of Suicide and Hope.Resources:National Suicide Prevention Lifeline- https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org- 1-800-273-8255American Foundation for Suicide Prevention-https://afsp.org  - 1-504-220-6100- 1-888-333-2377With Her Last Breath- www.barbroberts.comPlatforms:GoogleSpotifyStitcherPocketCasts--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
Listening - S3 Ep2

Listening - S3 Ep2

2019-09-1300:36:55

Season 3 Episode 2 – ListeningIntroduction to Episode: During season three, we tackle yet another tough topic. We discuss suicide and all of the many ways to tell if one is suicidal. We give you tips and advice on how to help those who are hurting and dealing with suicidal thoughts. We give you a glimpse of hope and we give advice to family and friends that death with the death of a loved one who had suffered suicide. Hope can be revealed in a time of pain and suffering.Today we talk about the importance of listening. Co-Host: Barbara Roberts has been in Pastoral Care Ministry for many years. She is the Director of Caring Ministry at Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church and is the author of two books. Her first book, “Helping Those Who Hurt” is a Handbook for caring and crisis situations. Her recently published book, “With Her Last Breath: A Tale of Suicide and the Hope of Heaven” is based on the 26 page handwritten journal her niece, Kathy, left upon taking her life. The book incorporates each journal page with a chapter of caring helps for people dealing with issues of despair and suicide.Podcast Episode Summary: In this episode, we continue our journey through suicide and hope. We journey on through the book “With Her Last Breath”and we focus on listening. Listening is so important when dealing with a suicidal or depressed person. A person dealing with suicide or depression often wants someone to listen to them first and give advice second. However, we should always attempt to do something to get them help when certain trigger words or statements are used. Find out more in this episode of Suicide and Hope.Resources:National Suicide Prevention Lifeline- https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org- 1-800-273-8255American Foundation for Suicide Prevention-https://afsp.org  - 1-504-220-6100- 1-888-333-2377With Her Last Breath- www.barbroberts.comPlatforms:GoogleSpotifyStitcherPocketCasts--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
Season 3 Episode 1 - The Pain and Grief of SuicideIntroduction to Episode: During season three, we tackle yet another tough topic. We discuss suicide and all of the many ways to tell if one is suicidal. We give you tips and advice on how to help those who are hurting and dealing with suicidal thoughts. We give you a glimpse of hope and we give advice to family and friends that death with the death of a loved one who had suffered suicide. Hope can be revealed in a time of pain and suffering.Co-Host: Barbara Roberts has been in Pastoral Care Ministry for many years. She is the Director of Caring Ministry at Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church and is the author of two books. Her first book, “Helping Those Who Hurt” is a Handbook for caring and crisis situations. Her recently published book, “With Her Last Breath: A Tale of Suicide and the Hope of Heaven” is based on the 26 page handwritten journal her niece, Kathy, left upon taking her life. The book incorporates each journal page with a chapter of caring helps for people dealing with issues of despair and suicide.Podcast Episode Summary: In this episode, as we highlight the pain and grief of suicide and what it does to family and friends. We tough on the Netflix series “Thirteen Reason Why”as one material used to display suicide. We learn about the main character of the book “With Her Last Breath,”Kathy and her journey that led up to her suicide. During the episode we ask the question, How can Christians serve the lonely?As Christ was a servant leader, his church should mimic his actions and serve the hurting and lonely. Resources:National Suicide Prevention Lifeline- https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org- 1-800-273-8255American Foundation for Suicide Prevention-https://afsp.org  - 1-504-220-6100  - 1-888-333-2377With Her Last Breath- www.barbroberts.comPlatforms: GoogleSpotifyStitcherPocketCasts--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
Season 1 Episode 13: How Can I Pray for Non-Christians? S1 Ep13 (Bonus)Season 1 Episode 13: How Can I Pray for Non-Christians? S1 Ep13 (Bonus)Introduction to Episode:During today's episode, we take our conversation back to season one prayer. During this dialogue, we talk about how one can pray for non-Christian friends and family. We know that it is getting harder to raise a family in world that rejects Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. Co-Host: Pastor Michael Lawrence is the pastor of Hinson Baptist Church in Portland Oregon. He has been the lead pastor at Hinson for 8+ years. Lawrence wrote an article for the Table Talk Magazine produced by Ligonier Ministries. Podcast Episode Summary:I think sometimes we have questions about whether or not we can or should pray for our non-Christian friends and family. We're not even sure what to pray for them. And we certainly don't want to pray this. In fact, what we need to understand is that pray for our non-Christian friends, is one of the primary ways that God has given us love our knowledge to show them that love and to help them see that God loves them as well. Resources:How Can I Pray for Non-Christians?Ministry to Sponsor:Bucketlist Travels -Are you or your congregation considering taking a trip to the Holy Land? I urge you to contact Christy Lundy with Bucket List Travels for your travel itinerary and planning from A to Z. Christy can be reached on Facebookor emailWorld Outreach with the EPCis the mission sending agency of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church. Our principal calling is to glorify God by starting disciple-making movements among least-reached people groups, especially among Muslims. ITEN- is training trainers who will equip their own people to live on mission for the Glory of God among the unreached. We live in an age of theological famine. As the gospel continues to spread throughout the globe there is an ever-increasing need to develop emerging leaders for the church. False teachers, syncretism, and persecution all threaten to destroy Kingdom work and ITEN is committed to stemming the tide. Platforms:GoogleSpotifyStitcherPocketCasts--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
Season 1 Episode 12 - How Can I Pray for Family? with Chip Cowsert (Bonus)Introduction to Episode:During today's episode, we take our conversation back to season one prayer. During this dialogue, we talk about the family and how one can pray for their spouses, children and family unit. We, as Christians should always build a family foundation on biblical teaching and principles that glorify God.Co-Host: Chip Cowsert is a native Virginian who grew up playing soccer, basketball, and loving the Washington Redskins. He began following Jesus late in college through the influence of a rugby teammate at Virginia Tech. After graduating in 2009, he joined the staff team of Campus Outreach Lynchburg, the college ministry of Rivermont EPC in Virginia. Chip spent seven years investing in staff and students at Virginia Tech, Radford University, and Lynchburg college.Chip is passionate about teaching the Scriptures and developing young people.  Chip married his wife Katie in 2012 and they now have a daughter, Lottie, and a son, Charlie.  Chip enjoys running, reading, playing with his kids, breakfast food, being a weekend warrior, and watching intense crime shows with Katie.Podcast Episode Summary:In this episode, as we highlight how family is a gift from God. And he who finds a wife does find a good thing as a paint favor from the Lord. And if the Lord has kindness gives you children, it's an inheritance from the Lord. Psalm 127. Be in prayer as a family and in unity, loving one another, growing in Christ as one body, learning about him and placing all trust in him and in him crucified.Ministry to Sponsor:Bucketlist Travels -Are you or your congregation considering taking a trip to the Holy Land? I urge you to contact Christy Lundy with Bucket List Travels for your travel itinerary and planning from A to Z. Christy can be reached on Facebookor emailWorld Outreach with the EPCis the mission sending agency of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church. Our principal calling is to glorify God by starting disciple-making movements among least-reached people groups, especially among Muslims. ITEN- is training trainers who will equip their own people to live on mission for the Glory of God among the unreached. We live in an age of theological famine. As the gospel continues to spread throughout the globe there is an ever-increasing need to develop emerging leaders for the church. False teachers, syncretism, and persecution all threaten to destroy Kingdom work and ITEN is committed to stemming the tide. Platforms:GoogleSpotifyStitcherPocketCasts--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
Season 2 Episode 14 - The Beauty of the Local Church through Diversity with Tim Russell (Part 2)  Introduction: In this final episode of the Beauty of the Local Church, we continue our discussion of diversity in the local church with Tim Russell, and how molded Revelation 7:9 is molded into Christ Church. During this episode, we ask the hard question that if we say we're not racist, then why do our churches still look segregated on Sundays? This has really been a discussion about unity and Christ, and I think will be helpful food for thought. Not that everybody would agree with all the points we made, but essentially, it gives us some ability to have a civil and yet a Christian candid discussion about unity in the body of Christ.Co Hosts: Tim Russell is an ordained minister in the Evangelical Presbyterian Church. Tim has served in a variety of leadership roles in the education realm. He has lead the Westminster Academy to a successful reaccreditation through Association of Classical Christian Schools (ACCS). Tim is the Pastor to Middle Adults at Second Presbyterian Church where he and his wife, Kathe both attend. Tim obtained his bachelors degree from Geneva College in English/Education 1979 and a Masters of Divinity from Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary in 1983. Tim's newest leadership role is serving on the Revelation 7:9 Task Force with the Evangelical Presbyterian Church.Ministry to Sponsor: Bucketlist Travels -Are you or your congregation considering taking a trip to the Holy Land? I urge you to contact Christy Lundy with Bucket List Travels for your travel itinerary and planning from A to Z. Christy can be reached on Facebook or email World Outreach with the EPCis the mission sending agency of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church. Our principal calling is to glorify God by starting disciple-making movements among least-reached people groups, especially among Muslims.  Leave us a message about this episode at anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Platforms:GoogleSpotifyStitcherPocketCasts --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
Season 2 Episode 13 - The Beauty of the Local Church through Diversity with Soon Pak & Rufus Smith (Part 1)Introduction: During today's episode, we talk about key factors of diversity in the local church, and how Revelation 7:9 is molded into Christ's Church. We have used the term throughout the episode of diversity to point to the more biblical word would be unity. This has really been a discussion about unity and Christ, and I think will be helpful food for thought. Not that everybody would agree with all the points we made, but essentially, it gives us some ability to have a civil and yet a Christian candid discussion about unity in the body of Christ. So I think this dialogue on this podcast will give a format for discussing in the light of unity in John 17.Co Hosts: Rev. Rufus Smith, IV is the Senior Pastor of Hope Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC) in Memphis, Tennessee, a mega Presbyterian congregation.  Over the past 8 years, Hope EPC has transitioned from a pre-dominantly Caucasian to a multi-ethnic church in the deep south, with 30% of members being people of color.  In 2016, he Founded the Memphis Christian Pastor’s Network (MCPN) an ethnically & denominationally diverse clergy-only network. MCPN  “bridges the trust-gap” between pastors via candid conversation, supplication, and social interaction—outside of church walls. Cultivating greater trust enables this consortium of 57 pastors to strategically collaborate and leverage their influence to close the “economic disparity gap” in our beloved city. Rev. Soon Pak is the Pastor of Discipleship at Ward Evangelical Presbyterian Church in Northville, MI, a suburb of Detroit. He attended Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando for his Masters in Divinity and is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Ministry in Adaptive Leadership at Fuller Theological Seminary. He’s been married to Erin for almost fourteen years and have three children, Levi, 7, Titus, 6, and Abigail, 3, and is expecting another son in February. Ministry to Sponsor: Bucketlist Travels -Are you or your congregation considering taking a trip to the Holy Land? I urge you to contact Christy Lundy with Bucket List Travels for your travel itinerary and planning from A to Z. Christy can be reached on Facebook or email World Outreach with the EPCis the mission sending agency of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church. Our principal calling is to glorify God by starting disciple-making movements among least-reached people groups, especially among Muslims.Leave us a message about this episode at anchor.fm/elderqueen/messagePlatforms:GoogleSpotifyStitcherPocketCasts--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
Season 2 Episode 12 – The Beauty of the Local Church on the Mission Field with Nycki HeislerIntroduction to Episode:During episode 12 of season 2, one thing that we're going to be talking about today is a missionary in the Czech Republic and how she sees the Great Commission at work in her own ministry. We discuss questions about the beauty of the local church on mission. We highlight several questions such as what does it mean to live the Great Commission? Why does the Great Commission matter?.Co-Host: Rev. Nycki Heisler serves along with her family as a missionary in the Czech Republic.  She is ordained in the Evangelical Presbyterian Church. She has a deep passion to see revival in Czechia even though it is currently the most atheistic nation in all of Europe. She serves in a Czech church called ESK as a preacher, teacher, leader and mentor. She and her family are involved in several outreach ministries in partnership with local churches and Josiah Venture. These ministries reach out to both students and adults through the formation of choirs, which become communities made up of a few members of the local church as well as many non-believers. Nycki is especially excited about developing Czech Christian leaders so that they are prepared to lead when the Holy Spirit pours out revival fire in this region.Podcast Episode Summary:In this episode, as we highlight several questions about the Great Commission and the Church, that you'll be really inspired to follow Christ and His command to go into all nations and make disciples and baptize them. Teach them to obey all Christ commanded, just have this opportunity to grow and learn more about our Lord and Savior and His passion for all.Ministry to Sponsor:Bucketlist Travels -Are you or your congregation considering taking a trip to the Holy Land? I urge you to contact Christy Lundy with Bucket List Travels for your travel itinerary and planning from A to Z. Christy can be reached on Facebook or emailWorld Outreach with the EPCis the mission sending agency of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church. Our principal calling is to glorify God by starting disciple-making movements among least-reached people groups, especially among Muslims.ITEN- is training trainers who will equip their own people to live on mission for the Glory of God among the unreached. We live in an age of theological famine. As the gospel continues to spread throughout the globe there is an ever-increasing need to develop emerging leaders for the church. False teachers, syncretism, and persecution all threaten to destroy Kingdom work and ITEN is committed to stemming the tide.Resources: What is the Mission of the Church?Platforms:GoogleSpotifyStitcherPocketCasts--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
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Stacy

DOPE. can really get behind the concept of this show. keep doing what you're doing. Definetly recommend this. The last episode was potent Gave me a lot to think about personally.

May 12th
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