Showing posts with label Podcasts. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Podcasts. Show all posts

Reconsidering Discipleship (Audio)


This contains a message I shared with university students at the summer gathering of the UP Dormitories Christian Fellowship. You can read the whole text here or just listen to the actual message below. Note that the meeting happened outside the dorm so you can hear vehicles speeding at the nearby highway. May you be blessed!

Reach the Campus, Reach the Nation

In the first ever Koinonia Night (K-Night) for the academic year 2012-2013, the UP Christian Community tackled one of the core pillars of the ministry-- the campus mission field.

Kuya Caloy challenged all of us to continue reaching not only the University of the Philippines but our neighboring campuses as well. He also emphasized the Biblical basis of our ministry which can be traced back to the very beginning of time.

It's amazing to learn that God is the Grand Weaver behind the spread of His wonderful Good News. Despite humanity's disobedience, God's divine plan came to pass for His glory. He used both blessings and persecutions to move His people so that His Gospel may be proclaimed to the ends of the earth.

Finally, as Kuya Caloy traced the history of the missions movement around the globe, I can't help but remember a very moving song by Steve Green, "Find Us Faithful." Part of it goes this way:

Surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses
Let us run the race not only for the prize
But as those who've gone before us
Let us leave to those behind us
The heritage of faithfulness passed on through godly lives

Oh may all who come behind us find us faithful
May the fire of our devotion light their way
May the footprints that we leave
Lead them to believe
And the lives we live inspire them to obey

Oh may all who come behind us find us faithful

May the Lord continue to teach us dependence as we serve Him in the mission field that is our campus.

I'm adding an audio recording of the preaching here. May you be blessed!

Manasseh: An Evil King (2 Kings 21:1-18)

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After discussing Hezekiah, one of Judah's few faithful kings, Pastor Bel Magalit invites us to learn about his son, Manasseh. Sadly, this heir was among God's wicked servants. His rule was marked by gross idolatry, rebuilding the shrines and reestablishing worship to the detestable gods of their neighboring countries.

As we listen to this heartbreaking account, may we be moved to reexamine our standing before God, especially our tendencies to lust after "foreign gods." May we be blessed!

Hezekiah: Judah's Righteous King (2 Kings 18-19)

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Righteous kings were scarce in Judah and Israel. Most were far from the LORD, bowing down to foreign gods who were no gods at all.

Hezekiah, on the other hand, trusted in the Living God, revered and exalted Him as the only True God of Israel. Listen and be blessed as Pastor Isabelo Magalit discusses the life of this righteous king and the lessons we can draw from his example.

The Divided Kingdom (1 Kings 12:1-23)

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Pastor Mark Gicain of the Diliman Campus Bible Church (afternoon service) talks about the history of Israel, focusing on the division of the once united kingdom. He traces the cause of the division as well as its impact both in the political and spiritual lives of the Israelites.

He wraps up the message with a reflection on God's heart for unity. He reminds us of this truth in our Christian life as well as in our ministries on campus and beyond. May you be blessed! 

Trusting God in Ministry (2 Corinthians 4)

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The Dormitories Christian Fellowship tackles 2 Corinthians 4, drawing encouragement from Paul's understanding of God's ministry. It is a timely message of trust, dependence, hope and obedience to God in the midst of ministry challenges on campus.

Speaker: Frederick Paulo Tomacder
Language: English/Filipino
Transcript/Outline: soon

Notes: This happened in an open area during a typhoon so bear with the noise because of strong winds. :)

Solomon and Wisdom (1 Kings 3)

Pastor Bel Magalit talks about Solomon, his God-given wisdom and failings as Israel's king.. Using 1 Kings 3, he showed how the king exercised wise judgment to execute good among God's people. At the same time, Pastor Bel highlighted Solomon's fall-- his many wives who led him away from the Living God. May you be blessed while listening.

What is your worth?

The Centennial Christian Fellowship talks about a person's value or worth. In this podcast, we will discover that man's worth is ultimately a reflection of God the Creator who was made fully known in His Son, Jesus Christ. May you be blessed!

Speaker: Frederick Paulo Tomacder
Language: English/Filipino
Transcript/Outline: soon

Pastor Bel on Matthew 28:16-20 (July 8, 2012)

Pastor Isabelo Magalit gives an exposition on one of the most popular passages in the Bible-- Matthew 28:16-20. This is also known as the GREAT COMMISSION Passage. May you blesses and encouraged by the preaching. god bless you!

Kuya Caloy on Worship and Fellowship

Kuya Caloy preaches on true worship and the importance of fellowship at DCF's Summer Meetings.

Pastor Isabelo Magalit on Jn. 21:15-19

This audio podcast features Pastor Isabelo Magalit of the Diliman Campus Bible Church preaching from John 21:15-19 for the annual church planning.

Jan. 20, 2012

Prayer for KalCF

Ministry is both a challenge and a blessing. We as the Kalayaan Brigade, continue to praise God for His unfailing love and faithfulness in this ministry. Pray with us that we will continue to depend on Him in the face of all challenges. May God be praised!

Prayer for the Centennial Christian Movement

I ask you to lift us up in prayer. May the Lord be glorified in our fellowship tonight.

“Holy, holy, holy is the LORD Almighty;

   the whole earth is full of his glory.”

(Isaiah 6:3)

Experimenting on Podcasts

I had nothing to do and so I started experimenting on podcast. I have here a sample clip for my speaking engagement tomorrow at the Centennial Christian Movement :)

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