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Host Johnnette Williams welcomes new age researcher & blogger Sue Brinkmann as they talk about wacky things that distract from the faith. This week they discuss Ignatian Yoga. The creators claim by combining Ignatian spirituality with Hindu philosophy participants can “experience God’s presence through movement, personal and communal prayer, and spiritual conversation,” this is just another way of describing an attempt to reconcile or merge opposing philosophies or principles. No matter how artfully it’s described, it’s syncretism. It is using a pagan form of worship to facilitate one’s relationship with God.
God is ALWAY THERE say host Johnnette Williams. The eyes of the Lord are upon us. We should always look back and at Him. Caller Lee has 2 children ( at 10 and 12) who are in school and have classmates said they are transgender and want to be called opposite sex names. The 10 yr old girl wants to be called Mark. Johnnette says this is a phase that society of the day is pushing. We are born the way God wanted us. God does not make mistakes.
MARRIAGE MONDAY: Host Johnnette Williams welcomes her husband Jack as they talk about marriage and how we are to lead our spouse to the faith. Questions about when to remove wedding rings after a spouse's death and if a childless marriage is valid.
Caller Anne is dreaming of her late mother and father daily. What is the reason she ask Johnnette. Johnette gives reasons plus maybe there is unfinished business with her parents? Shannon wants to know about the " EXvangelical movement" and how to talk to her sister who is into it. Plus Johnnette talks about the blood and water that comes from the side of Christ which will redeem us.
Host Johnnette Williams welcomes new age researcher & blogger Sue Brinkmann as they talk about wacky things that distract from the faith. This week they discuss how are Pilates & Yoga related.Yoga and pilates are somewhat related in that the inventor of pilates, Joseph Pilates, was heavily influenced by yoga and Zen meditation when he created the technique. However, pilates is NOT yoga. Listen for more info.