Conversations that Matter – A Leadership Interview with Cheyenne Corbine

This podcast on leadership features a voice from the millennial generation.  Cheyenne is a Senior at Belmont University, majoring in Christian Leadership.  Cheyenne offers some thoughts on leadership, critical issues, and the over-reach of smartphones in our everyday culture. http://blogs.belmont.edu/ifbl/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/2017-09-29-13-27-07.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download

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Podcast: A Leadership Conversation with Mike Young

Another podcast on Leadership with guest Mike Young, Minister of Spiritual Development and Youth – King’s Cross Church in Tullahoma, Tennessee.  In this podcast Mike discusses leadership development, mentors, and the things about which he is passionate. http://blogs.belmont.edu/ifbl/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/2017-09-14-10-26-38.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download

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Watching The Darkness

Dr. Jon R. Roebuck, Executive Director Like most of America, I viewed the solar eclipse this week.  I watched it from the Campus of Belmont University here in Nashville, along with a crowd of about 6000.  Nashville was in the direct path of “totality” which means all of us got the full effect of the …

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The Ministry of Prayer

  Dr. Jon R. Roebuck, Exec. Director Prayer is one of the great disciplines of the Christian faith.  In my view, it is as vital to our faith experience as anything else we do.  It is the spiritual air that the breath and the living water that quenches the deeper thirsts of our souls.  It …

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The Prayer of Jabez Revisited

Dr. Jon R. Roebuck, Executive Director Most of us are familiar with the Prayer of Jabez, not because we stumbled across it in our devotional readings of 1 Chronicles 4, but because of the popularity of the short devotional book written by Bruce Wilkinson back in 2000.  It was an instant best seller.  It topped …

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Global Warming and the Role of the Church

  Dr. Jon R. Roebuck, Executive Director This article is not about what you think.  It’s not about climate change, the melting of the polar icecaps, the rise of the ocean levels, or extreme heating in certain regions around the world.  Certainly, climate change is an important topic, one that should not be tossed around …

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