Rank #1: Ep. 35 - Courage to Be Healed: Part 3
Murderer’s row. That’s what sports writers dubbed the 1927 NY Yankees. In this episode Dr. Rutland introduces the Murderers Row of emotion wreckage, the five most destructive sources of toxic emotional woundedness. It is impossible to move forward into the wholeness that God has for us while our life is a mountain of toxic waste. One variable above all others determines whether we move forward in emotional wholeness. That variable is COURAGE. In this episode and in the whole series, Rutland makes the case that it takes COURAGE TO BE HEALED.
Jan 19 2021
Rank #2: Ep. 34 - Courage to Be Healed: Part 2
The human mechanism is incredibly complex; it’s parts and systems are mysteriously interconnected. Drop a monkey wrench, especially sexual or violent trauma, down in the gears at an early age and an unbalanced emotional wreck can result. In this episode Dr. Rutland makes the case that the altered life may begin at an altar but it does not end there. There are dedicated believers who need emotional healing.
Jan 12 2021
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Rank #3: Ep. 33 – Courage to Be Healed: Part 1
COURAGE TO BE HEALED is Dr. Mark Rutland’s newest book (his 19th). With this episode, he begins a nine-week series on the search for emotional healing. The premise of his book, and of this series, is that faith is not always the primary variable in the healing of damaged emotions. Rutland says, in inner healing, the variable is more likely to be courage.
Jan 05 2021
Rank #4: Ep. 32 - When The Angels Go Away
The post-Christmas let down. That moment when all the celebrating and parties and get-togethers are over. Dr. Rutland explains why the Virgin Mary just might have understood exactly what you’re feeling. It must have been a moment of splendor when the Angel visited Mary. But what about when he left?
Dec 29 2020
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Rank #5: Ep. 31 - The Miracle Of The Incarnation
Buckle your seatbelt! Brace yourself for the moment when Dr. Rutland says, “There was nothing miraculous about the birth of Jesus.” Then stay tuned for the rest of his message. Don’t miss this unique approach to the Christmas story.
Dec 22 2020
Rank #6: Ep. 30 - In The Fullness Of Time
In this episode Dr. Rutland speaks to the issue of human vs Divine timing. Using the Nativity as the basis of the teaching, Rutland speaks a message of hope and faith. God’s activity in human history is not limited to our very human understanding of time.
Dec 15 2020
Rank #7: Ep. 29 – David The Great Part 10
This, the final episode in the David series, deals with his death. King David died at the age of 70. Right up to the very last moment of his life, David was surrounded by complications, emotional crisis, and court intrigue beyond what most leaders will ever face. How interesting that such a complicated life should end in such complexity. There are important life lessons in David's life. Likewise, in his death, there are lessons no less important on ending well.
Dec 08 2020
Rank #8: Ep. 28 – David The Great Part 9
The most terrible of all emotional wounds is probably betrayal. This episode deals with David's darkest moment, a deadly betrayal from inside his own family. Sooner or later, every leader, indeed most people, will experience betrayal at some level. The question is, how do we deal with it victoriously?
Dec 01 2020
Rank #9: Ep. 27 – David The Great Part 8
All leaders are mixed vessels. So was King David. In this episode, leaders can see what went in to David's best and most destructive decisions. How can the same leader win two successive victories over vastly superior forces then lose to a solitary woman?
Nov 24 2020
Rank #10: Ep. 26 – David The Great Part 7
At one time or another, every leader feels overwhelmed by the pressure of decisions that can make the difference between success and failure. From King David, leaders can learn decision making in the face of terrible crisis and great opportunity.
Nov 17 2020