Inside Shenandoah is a video podcast series that tells unique stories about Shenandoah National Park. For more information, visit www.nps.gov/shen.
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The final chapter in Jonah reveals his true heart.
Sometimes, the key to seeing your prayers answered is praying hard, no matter how long it takes.
God delights in giving big dreams and performing miracles. We just have to ask.
There are always big challenges and big miracles that we want to see done in our lives. Drawing prayer circles around those miracles is an important part of seeing answers to prayer.
Through the power of prayer, Peter was rescued from prison.
The Jewish church in Jerusalem gradually accepted the Gentile church. As time went on, the Gentile church in Antioch was able to minister to the other churches, just as they had been ministered to.
God used Peter to bring the Gospel and the Holy Spirit to Cornelius, a Gentile. This was a massive change for Peter.
Peter was used by God in a number of unusual circumstances because he made himself available.
The church in Acts 9:31 gives us a description and a prescription for what a healthy church should look like.
Eric Jordan, a Grace Baptist Church deacon, preaching in the Sunday evening service.
Joey Mickles preaches the Father's Day service.
After his miraculous conversion, Saul spent many years preparing for the ministry God had for him.
As a new believer, Saul had specific things that he needed to grow spiritually. God chose Ananias to help with that. A message preached by Pastor Jonathan on June 3, 2018, in the morning service.
Pastor Jonathan teaches about being poor in spirit, knowing that we are nothing without God. This message was preached in the Evening Service on June 3, 2018.
Saul, in a dramatic encounter with Jesus, was saved by his grace. Your salvation, while maybe without all of the bright lights, was just as remarkable.
Joey Mickels preached from Ephesians 6.
After his arrest, Stephen chose to present the Sanhedrin with the Gospel instead of pleading for his life.
A controversy in the church led to the selection of seven men to help meet the needs.
The Resurrection of Jesus is one of the most important events in all of history.
Jimmy Padgett preaches from Matthew 27.
The Gospel enables us to meet the needs of others, even in the face of suffering and persecution.
The early church had its share of wonderful events, but Satan was always trying to infiltrate the body of Christ.
In the face of persecution and suffering, the early church went to God in prayer. This should be our response as well.
Peter and John were arrested for teaching about Jesus. They stood strong in the face of persecution.
A lame beggar's encounter with Peter and John turned everyone's world upside down.
Joey Mickles preaches from Luke 14 on humility and the parable of the wedding invitation.
The first church, found in Acts 2:42-47, gives us a great example of what a healthy church looks like and what it should be doing.
Peter explains to the crowd what the coming of the Holy Spirit means.
The Holy Spirit was given to the apostles on the Day of Pentecost and the world was never to be the same again.
Peter and the other apostles were gathered together, making the necessary decisions that took place before the arrival of the Holy Spirit.
Jesus called the apostles and the others to the Mount of Olives to give them one last set of instructions.
All good things have to come to an end, and in this final, elegiac bittersweet episode of Shenandoah Down Under Rob and Mob follow the story of the Shenandoah to where so many good stories end, the courtroom. First, Mob recounts the history over 53 episodes of this now award winning podcast*, Shenandoah Down Under. Rob follows up with the final bit…
In this, the 52nd and final episode in the ‘regular season’ of the Shenandoah Down Under podcast, Rob and MOB discuss the fate of the officers of the Shenandoah after the American Civil War (we’ll go on to discuss the ruinously expensive Alabama Claims in our forthcoming “Christmas Special”) Branded as “pirates” and unable to return the US, heading…
At last, after its 13 month circumnavigation of the globe, the CSS Shenandoah returns to Liverpool! The Confederate flag is lowered for the final time and the ship is taken into the charge of the British Customs Office. With the American Civil War back home now over for many months, its reappearance is something of an embarrassment for everyone. Wh…
All things come to an end, and the 50th episode of Shenandoah Down Under sees the end drawing very close… months after the war has ended, the last Confederate cruiser slips quietly into into English territorial waters, and is therefore unlikely to be taken by a US gunboat. This means the ship’s company can be paid off. But instead of the “buckets o…
Illness and death haunt the CSS Shenandoah in this week’s episode, as William Bill the Hawaiian and Sergeant Canning the mysterious Englishman lie on their deathbeds. The very skies seem to bear witness to the despair of the crew as a total eclipse of the sun blocks out even the light of day. Poor William Bill is suffering from final stages of vene…
Oh dear, in this new episode, the feuding on board the ship has reached new heights, with Surgeon McNulty calling Mr Blacker an “English Irish Orangeman”, and thereby deftly uniting race and religion in one deadly insult. Can things get worse? Can they ever! When Executive Officer Whittle tries to remonstrate with the drunken McNulty, McNulty “show…
As the CSS Shenandoah heads towards the Falkland Islands, Rob and MOB explain how the sadly deficient wi-fi services offered in one-star German Youth Hostels has contributed to the recent lack of regularly appearing “Shenandoah Down Under” episodes. How good was this wi-fi? About as good as the relationships of the officers and the captain aboard t…