An infinite love, the nature of revelation, a kindness that changes our minds, the joy of our salvation discovered as we awaken to the resurrection, the risen Christ within us, in this podcast Derek and Jason discuss how all creation is awakening to the transforming certainty of sacrificial love and resurrection life. To learn more or to support this podcast go to www.afamilystory.orgPlease rate, review, share, and subscribe!
In this episode, we hear from Jason Clark who speaks on the importance of discipleship and how to multiply that in our churches. He highlights the value of coaching, listening and asking good questions such as: what has God said to you, and what are you doing about it? He also touches on life post-pandemic, using the language of 'replanting' his church; casting the vision and rethinking how things will look in the new context in which we will be re-emerging into.
God Is Not In Control / Sovereign Love with Jason Clark
Rethinking God with Tacos Podcast
What if control is a flawed word to describe God’s sovereignty? What if there is an infinitely better word, a greater revelation, LOVE! Through a fresh look at God’s sovereignty, Jason invites you into a transforming encounter with the love and goodness of our heavenly Father. This is part 2 of Sovereign Love, a six-session teaching series by Jason Clark based on his book, God Is (Not) In Control. Book and teaching series are available at www.afamilystory.org A Family Story is a 501c3 nonprofit. To learn more or support us, go to www.afamilystory.org Please rate, review, share, and subscribe!
Consumerism, Discipleship and Mental Health with Jason Clark
The Rabbit Trails Podcast
Jason Clark is a pastor in the UK and all around great guy. His wisdom and gentleness are immediately apparent to all. We talked about consumerism in the church and how to create discipleship within it. You can find everything Jason does at www.jasonswanclark.org
Show 1609: Meet snake and reptile expert Jason Clark at the Open Season Sportsmans Expo, in Wisconsin Dells March 26-28. Donate to the Cherish Wisconsin Outdoors Fund when you renew your hunting or fishing license this spring. Wisconsin Wildlife Federation hires Mark LaBarbera as new executive director. Jeff scores some panfish on a new lake. Dan and Jeff discuss the recent three day wolf season.
Outdoors Radio with Dan Small
In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin executive director David Clutter talks about the programs of NRF and encourages listeners to make a small donation to the Cherish Wisconsin Outdoors Fund when they renew hunting and fishing licenses and boat or ATV/UTV regisrations. (hupy.com, wisconservation.org, cherishwisconsin.org) Jason Clark, director of the Southeastern Reptile Rescue, talks about his love for snakes and his seminar at the Open Season Sportsmans Expo, March 26-28 at Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells. (openseasonsportsmansexpo.com/wisconsin/, snakesareus.com) George Meyer, executive director of the Wisconsin Wildlife Federation, explains the Federation's goals and talks about some projects funded during his 18-year leadership. Meyer, who will retire in July, announces the hiring of his replacement, Mark LaBarbera. (wiwf.org) In the Madison Outdoors Report, Ice Team pro staffer Jim Kusuda offers tips for late-season perch in deep water on Lake Mendota. (yaharafishingclub.org)
What if God’s love, perfectly revealed through the cross, restores all things? What if the world is already reconciled in Christ and we are simply awakening to that gospel? What if Christ is our message and we preach to awaken hearts? Derek and Jason dive into our union in Christ and how that impacts everything from knowing our identity to loving our “enemies,” to evangelism, to navigating cross moments in our lives. A Family Story is a 501c3 nonprofit. To learn more or support us, go to www.afamilystory.org Please rate, review, share, and subscribe!
Continuing our quest to connect our local hospitality community with people who inspire us, it is an absolute pleasure to introduce Jason Clark (@drinksgeek)! A man who began his humble roots here in New Zealand, yet has gone on to achieve many impressive career milestones around the world. Throughout his 23 years in our industry, JC’s work has led him to open up bars here in New Zealand, taken him across continents, led him to compete in global cocktail competitions, and even published his own book amongst other things! Today, he is the UK’s Talisker Brand Ambassador. His knowledge and passion has earned him a place among respected industry leaders, globally. We believe JC is a true testament of what is possible within hospitality, if you put your mind to it. We hope you feel as inspired as we did after his chat! Topics: Where it all started; Grumpy Mole & TGIF (3.17) The hospitality career decision (8.00) Proudest career moment & opening the first bar (9.23) Going from Bartender to writer to brand ambassador and thoughts on career development (13.45) On cocktail competitions (17.40) What is World Class (21:10) Advantages & disadvantages from a comp point of view (23:00) Career advice (26.15) The global perception of kiwi hospitality (32.10) On training & giving the brand some JC (42.47) JC’s take on resilience and finding balance (50.10) Final words on change (55.30) . . . This podcast and content thereof are for information purposes only. Within the podcast, some general information or personal experiences regarding health and wellbeing may be discussed by the presenters. This information does not represent medical or health advice, nor should it be taken as such. Please consult your healthcare professional with any medical or mental health related questions. If you feel that you need support or would like to talk with someone please contact any of the support services listed below. Lifeline (0800543354, or free text 4357) Healthline (0800611116) Suicide crisis helpline (0508828865) Depression and Anxiety Helpline (0800111757, or free text 4202)
Southern Gospel News Podcast http://southerngospelnewspodcast.com/ Episode 126 SGNP is just our fancy little acronym for Southern Gospel News Podcast. On SGNP you can listen to our host, Darien Southerland, interview some of the industry's top leading influencers, like Jason Crabb, Mac Powell, Jeff Whisnant, and so many more! Episode 126 is a Best Of episode, revisiting an interview Darien and Arthur Rice had with Jason Clark of The Nelons. Southern Gospel News Podcast will give you information that you won’t be able to find anywhere else - not on the radio, not in a magazine- strictly on SGNP. Every Friday morning SGNP releases a new episode. Never miss an episode by subscribing to our podcast on your cell phone. Find the purple app labeled "Podcast", search "Southern Gospel News Podcast", look for our SGNP Microphone, and click the purple button that says "Subscribe". Or, if you have an Amazon Alexa, just say "Alexa, Play Southern Gospel News Podcast", and you will hear our latest episode. Please share with friends and family and be sure to subscribe! Advertisements https://www.mypillow.com/ Use the Code Word SGNP Additional Links SGNP Website- http://southerngospelnewspodcast.com/ Libsyn- https://southerngospelnewspodcast.libsyn.com/ This podcast was produced for Southern Gospel News Podcast. This podcast was published and produced by BG Ad Group http://bgadgroup.com/ . For advertising inquiries please email J.email@example.com
Growing your Small Groups Ministry // Jason Clark // Vineyard Seminar
Vineyard Churches UK & Ireland
Growing a small group community across a local church has always been a challenge for church leaders. Sustaining their growth, refreshing them in line with a church’s vision, while supporting the spiritual life of its leaders and members can sometimes feel an uphill task. Yet our small groups are often regarded as the heartbeat of the church where its members thrive in their relationship with God and each other. This seminar shares from several case studies, how several churches around our movement are releasing more small group leaders and about multiplying the number of small groups.