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Southland Christian Ministries

Southland Christian Ministries

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Every event, service, and activity at Southland Christian Ministries is centered around the ministry of preaching. The Bible is lifted up in this place and on this podcast. Listen to the podcast, apply the principles to your life, then grow in your walk with Jesus Christ. Take your next step today!
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From the Rumble Seat

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Weekly Georgia Tech sports news from the staff of From The Rumble Seat with occasional interviews with coaches, players, and Georgia Tech media members. Find us on Twitter (@FTRSBlog), Facebook, or at fromtherumbleseat.com
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The Outlet is a weekly radio-style podcast featuring local news, information, and interviews from the deep south of New Zealand, hosted by Brent Harbour, and produced by The Southland App with support from the Public Interest Journalism Fund. Just like The Southland App, The Outlet Southland keeps you up to date with the latest in our community and features insightful discussion with local people. Enjoy!
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Locker room is a men's podcast from Southland Christian Church in Kentucky. When you think about the kinds of conversation that happen in locker rooms you probably think about vulgar, childish and demeaning language. In this podcast we are redeeming men's conversations by talking about the right things in the right ways.
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We hope you are encouraged and enjoy our Sunday messages. Senior Pastors Garren and Cass Walton carry the vision to be a church without walls, making positive change to our community of Batemans Bay, NSW Australia. To learn more visit https://www.southland.org.au/
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What it says on the tin -- this is hot off the presses! Tech's first NCAA national championship since women's tennis in 2007. Tech golf's fourth individual champion: Troy Matteson ('02), Charlie Yates ('34), Watts Gunn ('27) Tai also receives an amateur bid to the 2025 Masters As a team, Tech advanced to the NCAA match play quarterfinals as the 8th…
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There's something undeniably magical about the Bluff Oyster and Food Festival—a cherished celebration that captures the heart of Southland and its people. That's why it's a pure delight to sit down with Lindsay Beer and peel back the layers of this iconic event's storied past. Lindsay reminisces about the festival's humble beginnings, and the oyste…
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We’ve covered a lot of ground together this season on the podcast. This week Scott is joined by Ian Schweitzer to review and expand on some of the biggest subjects we’ve tackled this year. We’ll also talk about an important event coming up in the fall specifically for men, 18 years of age and up, from any of our campuses—our first Men’s Retreat. Oc…
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Baseball’s tournament hopes are on a knife-edge, tennis moves through championship month, and golf/T&F prepare for their championship rounds. Also, we have really bad jokes. On the slate: GT Sports Hall of Fame 2024 class Construction Updates at Edge/Fanning Recap: Baseball’s 1-2 series loss @ FSU Preview: Baseball at ACCT Recap: Tennis at NCAA Sin…
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Episode 219 brings a brand new, special edition hosting duo! With Jake and Akshay preoccupied, Jack and Maggie welcome the recently graduated (and repeat guest) Madison Myers to go over the GT softball season and assess the state of Aileen Morales’ squad going into 2025. Our order of operations: Softball ACC Tournament and season review Baseball vs…
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In our world, sex before marriage is normal, hooking up is normal, funky sex is normal, and pornography is normal. Normal is: sex is casual and inclusive, not exclusive and monogamous. In college, having a “body count” is normal. Normal is riddled with shame and regret. Normal is broken. Normal is living in guilt. Normal is unchecked and distorted …
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Join Matiria as we talk about the the Kapa Haka performances that have captivated the community. Fresh from securing a spot at Te Matatini. We delve into the strength drawn from strategic alliances and a sustainable trust. Our conversation is rich with the threads of generational knowledge, leadership empowerment, and the profound influence of Kapa…
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Baseball disappoints (kinda? we’ll talk about it) in Clemson, MTEN/WTEN battle in the NCAA tournament, and softball prepare for the ACC tournament! On the slate: Construction Updates at Edge/Fanning Recap: Baseball’s 1-2 series loss @ Clemson Preview: Softball at ACCT Recap: MTEN at NCAA team tournament vs. MTSU Mini-Preview: MTEN at NCAA Singles/D…
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How to Communicate Conservatism to a Contemporary Audience | The Worship Conference 2024 | Session 4 | January 3, 2024 Click this link for the free Worship Conference 2024 Session Notebook: wc24_notebook.pdf See this link to listen to all other Worship Conference 2024 sessions: session-recordings2.html…
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If you are a parent and have kids in your home, you are passing on something to them. Whether you’ve been intentional or not, well-meaning or not, you are building a legacy. The question is, will that legacy you are giving them be good, healthy and eternal? Or is it something else? John Sampson joins Scott on the podcast this week to talk about lea…
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We’re set up for a grandstand finish to the season for both softball and baseball, while both tennis teams round the bend into the NCAA tournament — championship season beckons! On the slate: Construction Updates at Edge/Fanning Recap: Softball’s 1-2 series loss vs UVA Preview: Softball at ACCT Recap: Baseball’s 2-1 series win vs Miami Interlude: T…
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Phones, technology and social media are simply tools for communication. The effects of using a tool depend on the purpose for which it is used, but the tool itself is neutral in origin. It’s similar to having a hammer. You can build something with a hammer. You can also destroy something or hurt someone. The tools are not the problem. How something…
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Recorded live from Jake’s living room, it’s a two-man show with the in-person dynamic we have missed from our recordings. Thank you xFinity for breaking Jack’s wifi to force us back together. On the docket for episode 216 (Cleveland area code we found out): Edge/Fanning construction update Men’s Golf at ACC Championships Softball @ Georgia State/Vi…
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Parents work really hard to be intentional when their kids are young. In those early years we teach them so much: how to walk, talk, eat, have manners, to say they're sorry, to learn to play with others, to be grateful…all these things. But the decisions our teenagers make in middle and high school have bigger consequences. The stakes are higher; t…
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It finally happened, the Scions crew welcomes Jackson Caudell of All Yellow Jackets of Fan Nation on Sports Illustrated to talk about football’s Gold vs. White game, notably our offensive play and the depth we’re starting to see at wide receiver. Trivia this week is who has Georgia Tech tied the most in football? Then, Jack and Jake roll through a …
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