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Episode 62

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March 25

Episode 61 — Rabbi Russ Resnik

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March 11 — Rabbi Russ Resnik is the Executive Director of the Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations, responsible for oversight of 81 congregations worldwide. In addition, he is a mental health worker and author of a number of books including Divine Reversal: The Transforming Ethics of Jesus, and Creation to Completion: A Guide to Life's Journey From the Five Books of Moses. He and his wife Jane live in Albuquerque, New Mexico where he can often be seen doing some serious bicycling, uniform and all.

Following up on an event previewed last week!

Russ, together with other leaders in the Messianic Jewish world, recently crafted an important response to the Christ at the Checkpoint, a conference to be held March 5 - 9, 2012 in the Palestinian Territories. He has also done a video presentation of this statement available on YouTube. Christ at the Checkpoint is theological and communal initiative featuring some speakers who are outspoken opponents of Zionism and Christian Zionism. Resnik's response details concerns that many of our listeners may share.

Since our last broadcast, the Coordinator of the Christ in the Checkpoint Conference has responded to Russ's statements. This week we interact with his comments. We also return to discussing in greater depth what is termed "Replacement Theology," the contention that the Church is the New Israel, replacing ethnic covenantal Israel as the people of God, and how this widespread doctrine can underlie and feed a lack of sympathy and even a hostility toward the Jewish State.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mk0GPnPqtj0
http://www.umjc.net
http://rebrez.wordpress.com/

Episode 60 — Rabbi Russ Resnik

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March 4 — Rabbi Russ Resnik is the Executive Director of the Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations, responsible for oversight of 81 congregations worldwide. In addition, he is a mental health worker and author of a number of books including Divine Reversal: The Transforming Ethics of Jesus, and Creation to Completion: A Guide to Life's Journey From the Five Books of Moses. He and his wife Jane live in Albuquerque, New Mexico where he can often be seen doing some serious bicycling, uniform and all.

Russ, together with other leaders in the Messianic Jewish world, recently crafted an important response to the Christ at the Checkpoint, a conference to be held March 5 - 9, 2012 in the Palestinian Territories. He has also done a video presentation of this statement available on YouTube. Christ at the Checkpoint is theological and communal initiative featuring some speakers who are outspoken opponents of Zionism and Christian Zionism. Resnik's response details concerns that many of our listeners may share.

In this program, we discuss what is termed "Replacement Theology," the contention that the Church is the New Israel, replacing ethnic covenantal Israel as the people of God, and how this widespread doctrine can underlie and feed a lack of sympathy and even a hostility toward the Jewish State.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mk0GPnPqtj0
http://www.umjc.net

Episode 59 — Michael McCarthy

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February 19 — Michael McCarthy, Clinical Director of Artificial Pancrease Treatment Centers in Newport Beach, California.

In this show we examine the nature and extent of the health crisis of Diabetes, the collateral damage done by the disease, and precisely what it is that is not working right in the bodies of diabetics. McCarthy, gives us a survey of the disease and its effects, and then a survey of various treatment regimens, including the artificial pancreas. This treatment may be compared to dialysis for kidney disease sufferers, only, in this case, the affected organ is the pancreas.

McCarthy helps us understand how a malfunctioning pancreas fails to signal the liver to do its job of supplying energy to the body’s cells, and how the artificial pancreas supplies those signals in therapeutic doses at therapeutic intervals such that the liver begins to service the cells of the body again, these cells return to their normative level of function, and health returns.

Diabetes is so prevalent a disease that nearly everyone is affected or has a friend or relative with the disease. Therefore, this show is a very personal matter.

www.diabetes.net
949-722-7902
Artificial Pancrease Treatment Centers
1525 Sperior Avenue, Ste. 214
Newport Beach, CA 92663

Episode 58 — Dr. Nabeel Jabbour

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February 5 — Dr. Jabbour comes from Lebanon and lived with his family in Egypt with the Christina discipling organization, The Navigators for fifteen years before coming to Colorado in January 1991. In April 2011 he was appointed by the International Leadership of The Navigators as an Ambassador at Large. Since 1997 he and his family have been US citizens.

Although he comes from a Christian background, as he studied for a doctorate in Islamics with a focus on Islamic Fundamentalism, he learned to stand in the shoes of Muslims and to see the world through their eyes. He has authored three books in Arabic, and four in His latest book is The Crescent Through the Eyes of The Cross on the Muslims' worldview. This is what we will be discussing today.

In this fascinating interview, Dr. Jabbour takes us through some of the material found in his book, The Crescent Through the Eyes of The Cross, helping us to understand the wide variety of types of Muslims we may encounter or read about. We will see that not all Muslims are the same, and that Americans need only feel threatened by a marginal fraction of Muslims, those who are radicalized militant Fundamentalists.

http://www.navpress.com
http://www.nabeeljabbour.com

Episode 57 — Alex Wurmbrand

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January 29 — Alex Wurmbrand is the grandson of Richard Wurmbrand – the Romanian pastor, author and founder of Voice of the Martyrs. Alex has been a volunteer representative with the organization since 2011 and is honored to speak on behalf of the global persecuted church. Alex is a professional violinist, teacher, and composer in Los Angeles. He holds degrees in music from UC Santa Cruz and the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston. Currently, he is enrolled in the Music Business Program at the Musician's Institute in Hollywood, Ca. Outside of music, Alex enjoys being outdoors skateboarding, surfing, yoga, and running.

Alex comes to us on this program as the grandson of Richard Wurmbrand, who was voted the fifth greatest Romanian … ever. Richard was a Jewish believer in Jesus who was imprisoned and tortured for 14 years under the Communists in Romania, including three years in absolute solitary confinement under conditions hard to imagine. His wife Sabine was consigned to slave labor, but was released after three years, never knowing if Richard was alive or not, and if so, when he would be released. He was eventually ransomed out of captivity, and they came to the west where they founded what is now known as "Voice of the Martyrs," an organization that keeps before the eyes of the Church the plight of Christians being tortured for their faith in various countries of the world.

Today we will hear about his grandfather and grandmother, two Jews rightly termed saints by those who knew them. We will also hear about those who are suffering around the world for their faith, and what we need to do that their suffering might not be in vain.

http://www.persecution.com
http://www.alexwurmbrand.com

Episode 56 — Rev. Dr. Greg Waybright

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January 22 — This week's broadcast is the first part of Shalom Talk Forum conducted before a live audience at the Interfaith Center located at 315 S. Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills on January 8, 2012. Our guest was Rev. Dr. Greg Waybright. After twelve years of leadership as President of Trinity International University in Deerfield, Illinois, in September, 2007, Dr Waybright and his wife Chris accepted the call to serve as Senior Pastor at Lake Avenue Church. Lake Avenue is one of California's most well respected mega churches. And in this Shalom Talk Forum, he and host Dr Stuart Dauermann consider the topic "Mega Churches: Help or Hype?"

Dr Waybright brings to his task an unusual breadth of educational and ministerial credentials, having degrees from a fundamentalist Bible School, Evangelical College, Roman Catholic University, with supplementary studies at Cambridge University, in England. In addition to his role as University President, he has pastured churches varied sizes, and also served as vocal soloist and Music Director for a German language evangelistic team, with which he traveled in Western Europe, Scandinavia, and India.

This week's broadcast was the first part of a Shalom Talk Forum on the topic "Megachurches: Help or Hype?" conducted before a live audience at the Interfaith Center located at 315 S. Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills. The Forum included presentations on the topic by host Rabbi Stuart Dauermann, guest Dr Greg Waybright, and then, discussion between them interspersed with questions for our live audience.

http://www.lakeave.org

Episode 55 — Rev. Dr. Greg Waybright

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January 15 — This week's broadcast is the first part of Shalom Talk Forum conducted before a live audience at the Interfaith Center located at 315 S. Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills on January 8, 2012. Our guest was Rev. Dr. Greg Waybright. After twelve years of leadership as President of Trinity International University in Deerfield, Illinois, in September, 2007, Dr Waybright and his wife Chris accepted the call to serve as Senior Pastor at Lake Avenue Church. Lake Avenue is one of California's most well respected mega churches. And in this Shalom Talk Forum, he and host Dr Stuart Dauermann consider the topic "Mega Churches: Help or Hype?"

Dr Waybright brings to his task an unusual breadth of educational and ministerial credentials, having degrees from a fundamentalist Bible School, Evangelical College, Roman Catholic University, with supplementary studies at Cambridge University, in England. In addition to his role as University President, he has pastured churches varied sizes, and also served as vocal soloist and Music Director for a German language evangelistic team, with which he traveled in Western Europe, Scandinavia, and India.

This week's broadcast was the first part of a Shalom Talk Forum on the topic "Megachurches: Help or Hype?" conducted before a live audience at the Interfaith Center located at 315 S. Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills. The Forum included presentations on the topic by host Rabbi Stuart Dauermann, guest Dr Greg Waybright, and then, discussion between them interspersed with questions for our live audience.

http://www.lakeave.org

Episode 54 — Jahan Jomehri

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January 8 — Jahan Jomehri (John Joe-MEH-ri), together with his brother, is owner of Lovebirds Café and Bakery in Pasadena, California, with other locations elsewhere in the Los Angeles area. He came to America at the age of 14, speaking no English, his mother thousands of miles away in Iran, and his father, dead at 44 of a heart ailment. This is an immigrant story of hard knocks, of hard work, and of a soft heart.

America is a nation of immigrants, and this story tells a story of riches, to rags, to riches again. This is a true human interest story, and one that will challenge our fears and assumptions about Muslims, especially Muslims from Iran.

We will also learn how people who work their way up through a difficult life often become a blessing to others.

The Jewish writer Elie Wiesel wrote that God created people because he loves stories. This episode of Shalom Talk will help you understand the wisdom of that statement

http://www.lovebirdscafe.com


Episode 53 — Naima Lett

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January 1 2012 — Since childhood, Actor Naima (NahEEmah) Lett has captivated audiences with her talents and creative abilities. Her aspirations of becoming an actress led her to Howard University’s Theatre Department in Washington, D.C. where she graduated summa cum laude, earning a bachelors degree in Fine Arts with an emphasis in Acting. Upon graduation, Lett further pursued her acting career at the Tony-award winning Crossroads Theatre and studied classical theater with the British American Drama Academy in Oxford, England, including a Master Class with Sir Ben Kingsley. She has since written and performed several solo dramas in theaters, universities and conferences nationwide, pursuing her film career here in Hollywood, including her role in the "Curious Case of Benjamin Button” starring Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchette.

She is co-founder of Lett’s Rise! Productions and founder of Hollywood Christian™ Ministries.

Naima traces the challenges and opportunities of serving God in Hollywood, helping us overcome preconceptions and to discover that God is alive, well, and very much at home not only in Augusta, Georgia, where Naima was born, and Dallas, Texas, where she went to School, but also here is Hollywood. Listen in expecting to have your eyes opened to new vistas of opportunity and spiritual renewal.

The road to success is sometimes bumpy, and Naima shares with us the story of what happened in her life when her husband Kevin was diagnosed with Stage Four Hodgins Lymphoma the very week they arrived in Dallas, Texas for her to begin seminary training. This will be a lesson in coping with the unwelcome and unexpected turns in life’s roads.

Naima is a world class communicator who exhibits a vibrant livingness that will rub off on all who listen attentively to what she has to say.

www.NaimaLett.com

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