Religie en spiritualiteit – Nieuwe podcasts

  • LIFE is hosted by life coach Shannon Maier, founder of Journey Living Ministries. LIFE is all about learning how to overcome daily obstacles according to biblical principles. Shannon's mission is to help you live your God given destiny, while binding the broken, healing the hurting and encouraging those who have lost their way.

  • The One Thing Podcast is a show for whatever season of life you are in. I believe deep down we are all searching for some-thing to give us fulfillment in this life. The reality is that the one and only thing that can fulfill this desire in us is relationship with Christ Jesus. But what does that look like? Come along with Truitt in the pursuit of knowing Jesus and making Him known as He has gospel conversations on what it looks like to live for Jesus.

  • Each week we answer the question, If I'm so blessed, why can't I feel good? This was the question that started your host, Denita Bremer, on her healing journey over 10 years ago. She will share all she has learned, including faith, trauma, and principles of success.

  • Re:generation began out of the vision of Watermark Community Church that life change happens best in an authentic community of people helping one another live out God's plan for life by working through biblical principles together.
    The Bible says that the local church should be a place of healing for its members and the hurting people of its community. God uses imperfect people who are willing to live authentically and follow His instruction to transform each other's lives (Galatians 6:2, 2 Corinthians 1:3-5, James 5:16, 1 John 1:7-9, 2 Timothy 3:16).

    Watermark began its recovery ministry in 2002 as one way (of many) to fulfill this vision. In the following years the ministry grew to serve several hundred participants weekly with many lives being transformed by God. After much prayer, in 2011, Watermark's recovery ministry set out to develop new curriculum that would provide daily, structured opportunities for people to heal and grow in their relationships with God and others. We believe that a daily connection with God provides the best opportunity for all of us to understand God's love, how He sees us and realize His plan for our lives. The result of this effort is re:generation recovery, which was fully launched at Watermark in 2013 and began expanding to other locations in 2014.

    The word regeneration means "new birth." The colon in our name, re:generation creates double-meaning for the word: "regarding" or "concerning" a generation. At re:generation, we are people who have been given new life by God and long to share the freedom, love and joy we have received from Him with this generation.

  • Tired of showing up to the Shabbos table thinking, "Wait, what Parsha is it this week?"

    Always under 5 minutes, you'll come to Shabbos feeling knowledgeable and smart!

    Each episode has brief recap of the parsha events and a short thought.

    Parsha for Non-Rebbitzen drops (mostly) Monday with the week's parsha, so you have all week to find a pocket of time to listen.

    Questions or Feedback? Email [email protected]

  • 18 Questions, 40 Israeli Thinkers is a new podcast by 18Forty interviewing Israel’s leading voices to explore critical questions on Zionism, the Israel-Hamas War, democracy, morality, Judaism, peace, Israel’s future, and so much more. We introduce you to fresh perspectives and challenging ideas about Israel — from across the political and religious spectrum — that you won’t find anywhere else.

    Join us on our journey as we pose 18 pressing questions to the 40 Israeli journalists, scholars, and religious thinkers you need to hear from today.

    Have questions you want us to ask or guests to feature? Shoot us an email at [email protected].

  • Feeling Stressed, Overwhelmed, or Simply Lost Your Sparkle?

    Reclaim Your Magick in Just 5 Minutes a Day with 5-Minutes of Magick!

    Rebecca Anuwen, a student of magick and Mental Health advocate, knows the challenges of juggling a busy life (mum to a 10-year-old, a business owner and studying for her MA in Magic and Occult Science!)

    This daily podcast is your secret ally for boosting your mood, reducing stress, finding more fulfilment and reconnecting to the magick of your everyday life.

    Each 5-minute episode delivers powerful yet practical tools you can use right away.

    Learn simple techniques to feel more centred and grounded and discover actionable tips for self-love, resilience, and manifesting your desires.

    Harnessing the power of modern magick by using intention and mindful practices to create positive change in your life, for mental well-being with topics like mindfulness, affirmations, visualisations, gratitude and more!

    Join Rebecca Anuwen on a transformative journey where you'll explore ways to cultivate a more positive, fulfilling, and magickal life one episode at a time.

    Subscribe to Five-Minutes of Magick for your daily dose of enchantment, where you can make every moment count!

    Learn more about Rebecca and her unique perspective on magick and mental health:

  • The mission of Jesus is to redeem mankind through His death and resurrection, and to extend the kingdom of God throughout the earth. During His earthly ministry, Jesus preached only the gospel of the kingdom. Christ’s ultimate purpose is for the glory of God to be restored to the whole world. Most people in the world have not heard the gospel of the kingdom. I'm on a mission to unveil that. All these resources exist to guide you to embrace the revelation of the kingdom.

    Revd. Dr. Rinde Gbenro shares life-changing insights from God's Word for Kingdom's Messages, Spirituality, Daily Devotional, Prayer and Meditation. My desire is for every person to know God, grow in God, discover their purpose, and make a difference. I want to personally thank you for listening to our podcast. No matter where you are in your faith journey, we are here to come alongside you to help you grow spiritually in God. I want to personally thank you for being here today. Hope to read your comment!

  • First Presbyterian Church of Albert Lea, MN - Sunday sermons, Bible studies, teachings, etc.

  • In this podcast we will be continuing on from the work done by The Authentic Vālmīki Rāmāyana podcast (currently unavailable). Thus we begin at Canto 41 of the Aranyakānda . This is a reading of the Gita Press English edition by our online Satsang.
    (Please note: We use Rākshasa and Ogre interchangeably).

    We dedicate our humble effort to the Almighty Lord Śrī Rāma, who has sustained us throughout in His abundant grace and enabled us to continue this podcast.

  • These "micro meditations" are for anyone who is at a distance from a Buddhist meditation group, doesn't have a lot of time to practice, as well as for those who just need a reminder in their day to stay focused. "Micro Meditations" are meant to inspire you on your Zen practice journey where ever you might be. No more excuses as to why you can not practice in this moment. These encouraging words are between 1 and 4 minutes long. They are based in the experience of Soto Zen Buddhist priest and authentically transmitted teacher, Daishin McCabe. You can listen to them in your car*, on your phone, or on your meditation cushion before sitting. Visit him at to learn more, or email him at [email protected] for upcoming retreats, practice opportunities, or to set up a private consultation for spiritual direction.

    Questions and comments are welcome. Send them to [email protected]. As with all of the Buddha's teachings, don't follow these "Micro Meditations" if they do not help to lead you to the end of suffering. Feel free to reach out to Daishin for clarification should the need arise.

    *Use discretion in trying to practice these meditations while driving. Some are more suited for being still, while others can be heard at any time.

  • My name is Casey and I am an intuitive empath. I am an open channel, aura reader and distant healer. This podcast is here to give you positive support on a weekly basis. I will share simple meditations, guidance, and anything else I feel called to share. I hope this podcast brings positivity and light into your life.

  • Witches Tea Flint is home of the tea-drinking witches of Flint, Michigan. We host events for charity, have a Facebook Live weekly astrocast, and keep our witches and witchy-friends entertained. We hope you enjoy our offerings! Witches Tea Flint broadcasts frequently about all things witchy & tea, including the tea creations in our Etsy store and on our website Find all the ways to find us by clicking,

  • Here in the Calm Café, we're all about tranquility and relaxation, (along with maybe a soothing Chai Latté, or a hot cup of Lapsang Souchong).

    Step in, take off your coat and melt into your favourite armchair. Here, you have nothing to do and nowhere to be. So, allow yourself to sink further into your chair and prepare to drift away.

    Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

  • For nearly six decades until his passing in 1986 at the age of ninety, Jiddu Krishnamurti traversed the globe, delivering spontaneous and captivating discourses to large audiences. Despite his lack of a permanent home, he found moments of respite in Ojai, California, Brockwood Park, England, and Chennai, India.

    Krishnamurti's early life took a significant turn when he and his brother were adopted by Dr. Annie Besant, then President of the Theosophical Society. Initially hailed as a potential world teacher by Theosophists, Krishnamurti's perspective shifted dramatically in 1929. He renounced the role assigned to him, dissolved the Order of the Star in the East, and returned all assets associated with it. This bold move was accompanied by his seminal declaration: "Truth Is A Pathless Land," emphasizing the individual's journey to truth devoid of institutional or doctrinal guidance.

    From that pivotal moment, Krishnamurti assumed the role of an investigator rather than an authority figure, encouraging individuals to question assumptions and explore the depths of their consciousness. His extensive body of work, estimated at over 100 million words, spans more than six decades of relentless inquiry and dialogue. His teachings, compiled in numerous books and translated into multiple languages, continue to inspire seekers worldwide, inviting them to embark on a profound journey of self-discovery and understanding.

    J. Krishnamurti's legacy endures as a guiding light, offering timeless wisdom for those who dare to challenge conventional thinking and explore the complexities of existence.

    The Freedom from the Known is a series of profound discussions between Professor Allan W. Anderson, Emeritus Professor of Religious Studies at San Diego State University, and J. Krishnamurti. These conversations took place at San Diego State University in 1974.

    At a time of unprecedented outer change in the political and social spheres, is there a fundamental inner change that is demanded of each one of us? In these eighteen dialogues, Krishnamurti suggests that relying on organized religion, science, political ideologies, or the market economy not only falls short in addressing fundamental human issues but ultimately contributes to their creation. According to Krishnamurti, the way to transcend our challenges must begin within the individual mind—through awareness of our personal perceptions of life, self, and others. During these discussions, Professor Anderson refers to many passages from both Western and Eastern religious texts, which he says align with Krishnamurti’s teachings but are often misunderstood.

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