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Monthly Archive for July, 2011

Problem Somewhat Solved

It appears the problem was with podpress. Switching over to Powerpress now will register new uploads to the directory. To help populate the directory, I will be doing some selected uploads this weekend, which means some reruns for you subscribed listeners. So enjoy the podcasts if you don’t have them already or if you already […]






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Podcast Test

It appears I have something going on with Podpress, which send my podcast feed and directory to iTunes. I am uploading a rerun of the last podcast as a test to see if it will populate to iTunes with this post. If this doesn’t take care of it, I may have to create a new […]






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Missing Podcasts on iTunes

Something appears to have happened on iTunes and all my podcasts have disappeared. I’m going to do some updates to WordPress and podpress and see if that fixes it. If not, I may be uploading several podcasts to “re-seed” it. More to come.






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‪Fix You- Young@Heart‬‏ – YouTube. Fix You is one of the most powerful songs for worship that was never written for worship that I have come across. What is really fascinating are all the covers to this great song. This version is from Young@Heart, a group of senior citizen singers reinterpreting rock songs. Now this […]






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Southern Baptists Passes Doctrine That Hell is ‘Eternal Conscious Punishment’, Christian News. Hmmm. Like I said in my last podcast, some folks are more invested in hell than in Jesus. Here’s the actual resolution. ON THE REALITY OF HELL June 2011 WHEREAS, Rob Bell, in his 2011 book, Love Wins, has called into question the […]






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Rachel Held Evans | Mark Driscoll is a bully. Stand up to him.. Rachael Held Evans is one of those few bloggers who I check in with weekly. Her writing and insights, in my mind, stand out in a heavily populated blogosphere. This post regarding Mark Driscoll is right on target and well worth sharing. […]






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