Tag Archive for: New Year’s Eve

2020 Hindsight

Next Step #656: New Year’s Eve expressions that don’t show up in reflections. Where are all the predictors of 2020 prophecy and how apologetics evolves. Living and doing with passion. Misdirected notions of martyrdom and the danger we’re falling into. Odd-ball occurrence? A look at Luke 19: Getting more of the right stuff. Courage to move forward with wishes for the New Year.
Luke 19:11-28
New Year’s Sermon on Courage
Wish for the New Year
Finding my Voice by Anna Astvatsaturian Turcotte
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New Years Eve – Decade End

Next Step #82 – December 31, 2009

The New Year’s Eve Edition. Use this sound track as a “Dick Clark replacement” as we reflect on the year and the aught decade. Remember the Y2K scare? Living in post-9/11 society and the changes we’ve endured. What about life before podcasts? The Advent passage Luke 19 unfolds into a lesson on the uses of money and the problem of wealth. Why do the rich get richer and the poor poorer? Didn’t you think Jesus wrote the story of Robin Hood? Try a look at values. A wish for the New Year – to take the risks and move the “Epostle” dream forward. Bonus: Fr. Vazken reveals Pasadena’s deal with God!
The staff says “Merry Christmas” – www.epostle.net
Song: “Nor Yerk” by Mariam Matossian (www.mariammatossian.com)
Ani’s Bubbles: Pumpkins, Carrots and Coffee
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All Things New


Next Step #29 – December 31, 2008

The New Year’s Eve Edition of The Next Step takes a look at virtual reality as composed by the demise of a household product. Can we hit a rewind button to find out? The Advent season comes to an end with the arrival of Theophany – just in time for the new year! Listen how Christ makes all things new, through His Love! Peace is just waiting to happen as Fr. Vazken weaves the listener through the first week of the New Year.

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