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Interaktivní pořad – prostor pro vaše otázky a komentáře. Celý týden se můžete ptát a komentovat – hosté vám odpoví vždy v sobotu od 20:00 na ČT24. Na téma se podíváme z různých úhlů pohledu a hlavního hosta doplní i odborníci z praxe. Pořad svými otázkami a komentáři tvoříte i vy. Můžete psát přes web, Facebook, Google+, Twitter, posílat SMS zprávy. Hyde Park Civilizace moderuje Daniel Stach. Novinářská cena za rok 2016 Za rozhovor na téma rwandské genocidy si Novinářskou cenu 2016 odnesl m ...
 
People First: People First is the Hyde Park Angels podcast dedicated to deconstructing entrepreneurial success into actionable takeaways you can use today. Hyde Park Angels is the most active early-stage investor in Chicago with a commitment to taking a "people-first approach" to investing. By matching our members’ expertise with entrepreneurs’ needs, we help develop top-performing companies that are delivering extraordinary results. Host: Pete Wilkins
 
Join filmmaker Roger Michell (Notting Hill) as he discusses his film "Hyde Park on Hudson." In June 1939, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt (Bill Murray) and his wife Eleanor (Olivia Williams) host the King and Queen of England (Samuel West and Olivia Colman) for a weekend at the Roosevelt home in upstate New York—the first-ever visit of a reigning English monarch to America. With Britain facing imminent war with Germany, the royals are desperately looking to FDR for support.
 
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John the Baptist arrives in the Christmas story as one of the most unexpected guests. He's a nomad—a wandering prophet—telling people to repent and to straighten out their paths. It's bizarre! But what might this have to teach us about how to structure our preparation for the birth of Jesus this Advent? What can we learn from John about confession …
 
The opening of Paul’s letter to the church in Collossae offers a grand, sweeping vision of the majesty and supremacy of Jesus Christ. It is a comprehensive view of Christ’s lordship, encompassing not just the personal, but the communal and cosmic as well. On this Christ the King Sunday, we acknowledge that Jesus seeks to be lord of more than just o…
 
We know these are tough times for a lot of people. Many families are living with economic uncertainty. Affordable housing is hard to come by, and the “poor we have always among us,” as Jesus said. But such times are not new to the people of God, who throughout history have been called to focus less on their own needs and more on making an impact th…
 
This is All Saints’ Sunday, traditionally the first Sunday of November, in which we join with Christians around the world in remembering the life, legacy, and impact of the saints who have gone before us. This text from Ephesians comes from the lectionary, and Paul reminds us of the blessed privilege it is to be a follower of Jesus. In Christ, we h…
 
In this moving passage from 1 Chronicles, David leads the Israelites through the power of his own generous example. God called the people to gather together the materials necessary for the building of the grand Temple, which David’s son Solomon would be entrusted to construct. The lavish, ornate materials necessary to build the Temple would come fr…
 
Paul’s letter to the Galatians offered practical guidance on how to live in peace and harmony despite the cultural forces that would pull the apart. The instructions build to the fifth and final chapter, in which Paul boldly and plainly asserts that each Christian can play a role in building the kingdom simply by watching their own behavior: avoid …
 
The work of missions is tiring, difficult work at times. You may feel exhausted and worn out, in need of encouragement. Or maybe you are wondering what God has called you to do in the world. Derrick Scott from Campus City to Wesley in Jacksonville, FL encourages us to embody the Holy Spirit, practice repentance, and live into our ordination as peop…
 
This is simultaneously the easiest and hardest of the Great Commandment. It is one thing to love God, which we can render easier in our minds as simpler to do. But to love someone we can see, with consequences that we can more readily experience, that can be harder. Especially if that person is, in our minds, harder to love. But there is a reason t…
 
Paul’s letter to the Philippians tells us that whatever we do, we should do it for the glory of God. Every action, every moment of rest, every initiative we take, ought to be done through the filter of loving God and others. To do otherwise is to miss the mark, and it might even mean sin. The beauty of the Great Commandment is that it understands t…
 
Faith and reason are not contradictory. Religion and science, long considered opposites, are actually complementary. As Christians in the Wesleyan tradition, we believe that “reason” is one of three primary ways we interact with and understand the authority of scripture. Loving God with our minds also means allowing room for doubt and questions. Ou…
 
When the Bible refers to a person’s heart, it is not just talking about the muscular organ in our bodies that pumps blood. Kardia is the Greek word for heart and refers to a person’s whole being. In a biblical sense, giving God our heart means allowing God to work in the most private and protected areas of our lives. It also means surrendering to G…
 
We conclude our series “Questions Jesus Asked” with the very first question Jesus asked in the gospel of John. In this passage, some followers of John the Baptist expressed an interest in learning more about Jesus, whose ministry John had been preparing the world to receive. The disciples of John approached Jesus with curiosity, humility, and openn…
 
Love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, bless those who curse you, pray for those who abuse you… are you kidding me, Jesus? But the truth, Jesus is not kidding. Indeed, he is prescribing an ethic of generosity for Christians living in a hostile world. Hope you’ll join us this Sunday as we ponder the question: Who will you love?…
 
Start of a new "season", I guess? I'm going to be doing it a little differently this time around (and will also be deleting old episodes once I run out of upload space): Gonna record as much or as little as I like so episodes might fluctuate in length quite dramatically. Also only gonna talk when I have something to say instead of trying hard to be…
 
This week at Hyde Park, Pastor Daniel Ritchie brings a new message titled "Jesus Gives Us Courage, Life, and Purpose," using Philippians 1:19-27. Join us every Sunday at 10:45 AM EST @ hydepark.online.church Connect with Hyde Park: Facebook: Instagram: Website: Music provided by bensound.com and hooksounds.com…
 
This was one of Jesus’ most famous and most important questions: What does it profit a person to gain the whole world but lose their soul? The answer, of course, is that nothing is worth compromising one’s faith, integrity, or conviction. God desires nothing less of us than the full and complete surrender to God’s will. Anything we hold onto for ou…
 
This week at Hyde Park, Pastor Jeff brings a new message titled "The Pity Party for One," using Jonah 4:1-11. Join us every Sunday at 10:45 AM EST @ hydepark.online.church Connect with Hyde Park: Facebook: Instagram: Website: Music provided by bensound.com and hooksounds.comPor HydePark.Church
 
In Luke’s version of the Sermon on the Mount, he offers the same teaching as that in Matthew: Do not worry. God’s got this. If God is able to care for the flowers and the birds, who do not worry one day to the next about their provision and security, “how much more” does God care about us? It is the promise within that famous equivocation that we o…
 
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