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Weekly Sermons from St. Aidan's Anglican Church. We are a member of the ACNA (Anglican Church of North America. We are in the Anglican Diocese of the Upper Midwest. Visit us in person and check out our website at www.staidanskc.org.
A movie making, university student and all around nerd, Aidan, does a film centric podcast with his father Matt who is a musician and film loving weirdo.
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Aidan only likes comedy. His older cousin Phil, forces him to watch dramatic movies to expand his horizons. Aidan hates it.
Its about how to make you oven and the bread and the job of the baker
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Our Music Festival
Describing some of the Angels big problems, Farm System, Ohtani and Off-season
I'l probably only have some stuff about migration in Malaysia in here... it's for school. Cover art photo provided by Jon Tyson on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@jontyson
Welcome to the Aidan Wagner Podcast podcast, where amazing things happen. Cover art photo provided by R M on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@rangusmoiboi
Two entrepreneurs who’s mission is to educate people on creating total freedom. Not just financial, but also spiritually, emotionally, in every way discovering who you are truly meant to be. We will be talking business, talking leadership, talking personal development and much more.
As part of the UCLA Extension course Using the Internet for Career/College Counseling Lieve and I took part in this interview to get a snapshot of working as a college counselor in an international school environment.
Welcome to the OptiMan podcast - Sharing Aidan's thoughts 1 car rant at a time
Podcast by Matt Adams
Take a trip through the minds of two highschool teens with topics about anything and everything. New Episodes every Friday at 6pm CT Highlytespod@gmail.com Check out Highlytes Pod (@HighlytesPod): https://twitter.com/HighlytesPod?s=09
A black boy and his token white friend have an ADD conversation weekly about whatever philosophy they’ve been researching, music they been listening to, and the news. When we say ADD, we mean it, both of us got some diagnosed ADD shit going on. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nameschangeweekly/support
Two best friends having a conversation. We talk about anything from sports to the latest news. Come along for the journey and stay for the laughs.
Welcome To Betterment. Extra tools for self-improvement
Bed Time Stories is a collection of 14 short stories especially for young children.
Il s’agit d’un nouveau podcast qui traite de la proche aidance. Animé par Marina Orsini, ce projet se veut une fenêtre par laquelle on peut jeter un regard sur la réalité des proches aidants du Québec. Le but? Vous partager des histoires qui résonnent. À travers les prochaines semaines, on vous propose d’explorer plusieurs thématiques universelles de la proche aidance en compagnie des proches aidants eux-mêmes et des experts du milieu. Ce balado est une production de l’Appui pour les proches ...
Aidan leads a discussion into his love of the Criterion Collection. This group picks movies that are important and lovingly give them the best version possible. Where the discussion really heats up is in what makes a movie important and great. Plus what movies does Aidan or his father think should be given that special treatment? Plus a little Albe…
Christ the King Sunday, our bishop visited and ministered the Word, Sacrament, and Confirmation. A glorious Sunday! Jesus is Lord.โดย St. Aidan's Anglican Church, KC
A report from Rod Morris on the progress of St Aidan's "City to City" undertaking, and a review of distributed questionnaire.
Aidan and his father talk about the new Splatter/Slasher film from Director Damien Leone. They discuss Aidans experiences watching the film and why his father doesn't want to see it. That's right...the dad didn't watch it. BUT there is an interesting explanation about it and why movies like this should or shouldn't exist. At one point the gauntlet …
Romans 1:1-12“In Confirmation, God, through the bishop’s prayer for daily increase in the Holy Spirit, strengthens the believer for Christian life in the service of Christ and his kingdom. Grace is God’s gift, and we pray that he will pour out his Holy Spirit on those who have already been made his children by adoption and grace in Baptism." BCP, 2…
All Saint's Sunday - Fr. Derek Metcalf - 11.06.22 by St. Aidan's Anglican Church, KCโดย St. Aidan's Anglican Church, KC
Aidan and his father went to see the movie Triangle Of Sadness. They discuss movies that make you think, interpretation and probably just kicked off another future episode about the differences between good and great movies. Thanks for listening.... check out the youtube channel for more movie goodness. https://www.youtube.com/user/aidanbeatty AND …
As we draw our short series in Revelation 2-3 to a close, we will consider the call to live a life worthy of Jesus in all aspects of our vision at St. Aidan's. At the same time, we can't help but be drawn to Jesus' heavenly vision in the rest of Revelation; a vision which ensures we will be preserved to worthiness in Christ together.…
Scriptures:John 15:1-11 ESV1 “I am the true vine, and my Father is the vinedresser. 2 Every branch in me that does not bear fruit he takes away, and every branch that does bear fruit he prunes, that it may bear more fruit. 3 Already you are clean because of the word that I have spoken to you. 4 Abide in me, and I in you. As the branch cannot bear f…
Jesus' vision for his people is to follow him, which involves costly discipleship. So, when we feel the pressure of hostility, slander, and exclusion, that come from being followers of Christ, how are we to remain faithful? We explore this question as we continue to listen to Jesus' words to his church from Revelation 2 and 3.…
Today we consider the importance of recapturing our first love and considering Jesus' words to his church in Revelation 2, where we'll hear Jesus' encouragement and warnings about living as his people.
Judgment in Matthew 7 is not referring to the proper exercise of discernment, evaluation, assessment and so forth. While we sit not in the seat of judgment, pronouncing only what Christ can do, we must learn how to discern good from evil (Hebrews 5:14).Matthew 7:1-7 and I Corinthians 5 and 6; Psalm 129:23-24…
Hebrews 5:11-14โดย St. Aidan's Anglican Church, KC
Hebrews 5:11 - an introduction on Maturity in Christ.Icon: Ivanka Demchukโดย St. Aidan's Anglican Church, KC
The Psalms look at our broken circumstances that are rooted in God's love and are fulfilled in a concrete, future reality.
Hebrews 5:7-6:3Apologies for the problematic audio. We have corrected the problem!Icon: Ivanka Demchukโดย St. Aidan's Anglican Church, KC
Today we consider the nature of serving others, and what that means about how we think about ourselves. Jesus has some stern warnings about when we serve for the praise of others, or when we serve in our own strength. Thankfully it's as we listen to Jesus that we can serve him with freedom and joy.
Psalm 63I Samuel 13Ephesians 1:4-6Icon: Ivanka Demchukโดย St. Aidan's Anglican Church, KC
Today we consider the nature of our God, and what that means about serving. Sometimes we serve for the wrong reasons, leaving us joyless. What should be going on in our hearts as we serve our King?
Luke 5:1-11 - The Beginning of Discipleship - The Calling of Peter, James, and John.Icon: Ivanka Demchukโดย St. Aidan's Anglican Church, KC
Episode 2 talks about how, REALLY you can only review Star Wars (IV) as a standalone movie and that Star Wars and other sequels suffer from the same lack of reviewability. This includes Marvel, DC, Bond (to a degree) and other major franchises. Along the way we talk about how sequels are for the most part always worse, debatably, than the original.…
For the next 3 Sundays, the topic will be "Serving without sinking". How can we serve Christ and do that joyfully? To begin with, we look to the model of servanthood, Jesus our servant King.
Anger as an Access to God's Transforming Grace - Dr. Doug Hardy 09.11.22 by St. Aidan's Anglican Church, KCโดย St. Aidan's Anglican Church, KC
These are the final chapters in the book of Acts. It has been an exciting journey from Jerusalem all the way to Rome and we reflect here on what we have learnt about God's great mission to see the name Jesus made know to the ends of the earth.
Aidan and Matt travelled to Red Bank New Jersey to attend the world premiere of Clerks III. In this episode, the first, they chat about the experience, the movie (with no spoilers) and their mutual surprise regarding the beauty of New Jersey. Thanks for listening.... check out the youtube channel for more movie goodness. https://www.youtube.com/use…
Luke 14:25-33; Philemon are paired together to reflect on how Paul's discipleship bore the fruit of the Kingdom in his successors.โดย St. Aidan's Anglican Church, KC
Peter writes to Christians in a hostile world that we are to set aside Christ as Lord in our hearts, and always be prepared to give an answer to everyone for the hope that we have. In the reading today in Acts, we see Paul living that out as he sets an example in godly living and in gospel proclamation.…
Today we see Paul make his way to Jerusalem, where he knows he will suffer as he proclaims Jesus. He knows however this is what it means for him to follow Jesus. As we watch the Apostle Paul and his ministry, there is much for us to learn about what it looks like to follow Jesus today.
Luke 14:1, 8-14In Luke 14, Jesus offers three parables pertaining to the Great Messianic Banquet, known elsewhere as the Marriage Supper of the Lamb. These are parables that are comprehended only when they are experienced. Merely reading them without finding oneself in the middle of them won’t suffice. The third parable, verses 15-24, helps us inte…
Our dear friends and co-labors in God's Vineyard, Andrew and Annette Comiskey go back to the early 90's with us. We were all in the Vineyard Christian Fellowship. Desert Stream, their ministry, founded some 43 years ago to the sexually broken, found it's way into our church in San Francisco. In God's providence, we all moved to Kansas City and have…
In this reading, we see Paul's love for the church whose leaders must keep watch over themselves and the people God has entrusted to them.
About Dr. Douglas Hardy: I understand my calling to be primarily about “coming alongside” others as a spiritual guide. I do this as a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ in service to the church for the sake of the world. To do this with integrity, I study and practice Christian spiritual formation and assist others to do the same, especially th…
This sermon follows Paul and companions on their second mission trip, which now sees the good news of Jesus take hold in the cities of Europe. How will this message be received in these new places and cultures? How will God's mission continue?
Throughout the letter to the Colossians, Paul is stating the most radical thing that could happen to a human being. He challenges our modern, materialistic, scientific conditioning with the claims of Christ and his rescue plan for the cosmos. Just a few statements to provide context. 1:13 He has delivered us from the domain of darkness and transfer…
As we continue our series in the book of Acts, we see there is a pause in the mission to ensure there is clarity about the gospel and the way all people are saved. This is an important moment in the life of the church, which enables the mission to continue to the ends of the earth.
"If then you have been raised with Christ (in water baptism), seek the things above where Christ is seated at the right hand of the Father." We explore the magnitude of our baptism, a participation in the power of the cross, and resurrection.โดย St. Aidan's Anglican Church, KC
Acts 13-14 recounts the first overseas mission trip as Paul and Barnabas go with the gospel on their first missionary journey. As we watch their mission, there is much for us to learn about the heart of mission and what to expect as we go with the gospel today.
Why House Communities? Fr. Derek Metcalf 07.24.22 by St. Aidan's Anglican Church, KCโดย St. Aidan's Anglican Church, KC
As Paul drew his letter to a close last week, he greeted all those he knew and was, no doubt, reminded how susceptible all of them are to being led astray. Today we are reminded of our need to be established in the truth of the Gospel.
While personal identities abound, the Christian, born of water and Spirit, has only one, collective, universal, eternal identity. If anyone is in Christ, NEW CREATION. The old is past, all things have become new. The Christian's identity is Jesus, a shared identity through participation in his new creation life.…
Today's passage is a simple list of greetings, but its unusual length, placement and details points to the efficacy of the name of Jesus, whom Paul, the church in Rome, and all the saints now call upon.
Paul now sets out his plans to visit Rome. As he details his itinerary, he invites us to consider the importance of ministry partnership and resting together in God's providence.
The parable of the Good Samaritan is interpreted Christologically.โดย St. Aidan's Anglican Church, KC
Galatians and Romans are running in the background of this proclamation. The key text is Romans 6, considering opposing kingdoms - Christ and Satan. We reflect on the tension between the present and the future.โดย St. Aidan's Anglican Church, KC
Paul's letter to the Romans has been theologically rich and personally confronting, but he hadn't even visited the church in Rome, nor planted it. Now at the very end of his letter, he offers an introduction to affirm his ministry to them, offering us insight into how we receive the ministry of others amongst us.…
The Gospel Of Freedom - Flying High Over the Letter to the Galatians - Fr. Michael Flowers 06.26.22 by St. Aidan's Anglican Church, KCโดย St. Aidan's Anglican Church, KC
Here we come to the climax of the book of Exodus. God's rescued people now build the tabernacle, and God makes his dwelling among them. As we reflect on this, we see how God dwells with us as his people today, and we look forward to the time when God's glory will fill the whole earth.
Luke 9:18-2518 Now it happened that as he was praying alone, the disciples were with him. And he asked them, “Who do the crowds say that I am?” 19 And they answered, “John the Baptist. But others say, Elijah, and others, that one of the prophets of old has risen.” 20 Then he said to them, “But who do you say that I am?” And Peter answered, “The Chr…
Continuing in this series in Exodus, we see Israel break their covenant with the Lord as they create and worship a golden calf, jeopardizing their relationship with God. In response to Moses' intercession, God graciously forgives and restores. This reveals to us much about our idolatrous hearts as well as God's heart to show mercy.…
Katherine Ruch is the wife of our Bishop, Stewart Ruch. In this talk, Katherine unfolds the foundational life of the Christian, "Christ in you, the hope of glory."The image of Eden Restored is by our beloved Anita Powers. It is the image we use in our sanctuary of Ordinary Time. This Ordinary Time Fabric Art piece was created using only fabric. The…