Sermons & Discussions – 2016/Nov

 

 

  1. Michael Gerson
    • The lesson of an empty hospital bed | Michael Gerson | TEDx Pennsylvania Avenue
      Is the global fight against AIDS the model for more rigorous, results-oriented foreign assistance efforts? Michael Gerson, Former Assistant to the President for Policy and Strategic Planning in the G.W. Bush Administration and current Opinion Writer for the Washington Post and Senior Advisor at ONE, shares his personal experiences to explain how policies driving the global response to AIDS raise a series of morally urgent questions about the practice and direction of foreign assistance today. He focuses on the AIDS crisis as one of the most dramatic and encouraging scientific and political stories of modern times.
      Published On: 2015-07-14
      Link
  2. Justin Peters
    • Justin Peters: The Hurt of Healing
      Seminar held at Salem church in Stavanger, Norway 10. mai 2015
      Published On : 2015-May-14
      Added On:- 2016-Nov-05
      Link
  3. Jacob Prasch
    • Jacob Prasch – Patterns of Revival
      Published On :- 2015-Feb-14

      • Jacob Prasch – Patterns of Revival #1
        Link
  4. Leading Christian Thinkers Discuss the State of Evangelical Politics
    Russell Moore, Michael Gerson, Ross Douthat, Erick Erickson and Rod Dreher discuss the Benedict Option, the Wilberforce Option and the state of evangelical cultural engagement.
    Published :- 2015-Aug-02
    Added On: 2016-Nov-05
    Link
  5. Eric Metaxas Interviews Rod Dreher on “The Little Way of Ruthie Leming
    • In this poignant and at times heart-rending conversation, Eric Metaxas talks with Rod Dreher about his book, “The Little Way of Ruthie Leming: A Southern Girl, a Small Town, and the Secret of a Good Life,” at Socrates in the City on April 9, 2013, in New York City.
      Published On :- 2014-01-07
      Link

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