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Revived Thoughts

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Dr. Os Guinness is a Christian apologist, author, and speaker who talks about his family's history and his great-grandfather, Henry Grattan Guinness. Special thanks to Josiah Carrigan for reading this sermon by Henry Grattan Guinness on Christi
Thomas Cranmer is a martyr that was deeply influential in the creation of the Church of England. Enjoy listening to a sermon of his from his first book of homilies. Special thanks to Jerrell Hein and his son for sending us this sermon and narra
Christmas Evans lived and preached in Wales. The "One-Eyed-Preacher" has an amazing back-story and was a fantastic preacher. Special thanks to Chips Ross for reading this sermon. Chips was saved when attending a Sunday evening service that feat
Every year Joel and Troy go through their top 5 episodes of the year. This year Elise joins them to give her top 5 episodes of Martyrs and Missionaries. And we read listener submissions for their favorite episodes of the year! You can also hear
[email protected] Bonhoeffer has been featured on the show in his sermons, "Lazarus and the Rich Man," and "Overcoming Fear." Now listen to him preach a powerful and challenging sermon on Forgiveness during a dark period of time
D. E. Hoste may not be a name you are familiar with these days. But he replaced one of the most famous missionaries that ever lived, Hudson Taylor. Had he not seen China Inland Mission through 35 turbulent years we may not know about either of
Thomas Chalmers most famous sermon has been recommended by everyone from John Piper to Douglas Wilson. It has also been used at a Sex Rehab clinic to help people learn to love God more than this world. Listen to this powerful sermon from a man
Troy and Joel take a break from sermons and conversations to give you the story of St. Nicholas. Do you know about the real St. Nicholas? Do you know how we got to Santa Claus? Listen to this episode and listen to this Christmas-themed episode.
This is a special repeat of an earlier episode by David Livingstone. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving to all of our American listeners and others who are celebrating this week. If you have not listened to the other episode we did doing a special c
Joel and Troy discuss the topic of creativity. Why is it that so many pastors of the past were involved in hymn making? Is this something our churches and ministries have lost?If you enjoyed this episode and other Revived Studios episodes, make
Samson Occom's sermon, "The Execution of Moses Paul," is a very unique sermon. The first sermon published by a Native American, the second published document by a Native American, and the first sermon we've covered on our show that occurred at
Robert Murray M'Cheyne died before he reached the age of 30. In this funeral sermon that he gave for one that did not make it to 15, we hear his passionate plea to teach the Gospel to those who are young. Special thanks to William Hay Smith was
Every October Revived Thoughts celebrates Reformation Day with a sermon from Martin Luther. How much have you thought about Luther's role in the Peasant Revolt? And listen to his sermon on Matthew 24 and the destruction of Jerusalem.Big thank y
Anthony Burgess lived during one of the most tumultuous times a person could have lived in for Puritans. And in the middle of all that chaos, he preached on the need for Christian Unity.Make sure to check out the other episode "The Last Day of
Cotton Mather is a name that many people have heard and recognize from the Salem Witch Trials. Hear an incredible sermon by this famous New England Puritan. You can find our Patreon for listening to the Salem Witch Trials Deep Dive here: Patreo
A. T. Robertson (Archibald Thomas) gave this address in 1890 and it changed forever the way Baptists thought of scholarship. His life's work at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary alongside his books shaped preaching forever.Sermons we mentio
Famous for his devotional, "My Utmost for His Highest," Oswald Chambers lived a unique and dangerous life. He died in Egypt during World War 1, but not before captivating the hearts and minds of soldiers battling on the front. But before that h
Today I wanted to share an update with you on some stuff going on at Revived Studios. This episode was a personal one of me sharing with you the difficulties we've been having and the opportunities we've had lately to grow. We hope you enjoy a
Thomas Aquinas lived in the 1200s. He was one of the most famous philosophers that ever lived. But he is also someone who preached and cared mightily about God. Special thanks to Josiah Carrigan for his help on this episode.Special thanks to Jo
Troy and Joel discussed this topic in their most recent Revived Conversation on unity in the Church. Here they finish the conversation on the idea that persecution always grows the church. Please do not forget to share this important conversati
Join Joel and Troy for an episode of Revived Conversations: Unity in the Church. They tackle the idea of unity in the church from a Church History perspective!Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcirc
F. B. Meyer is an under-studied yet wildly influential preacher of the very early 1900s. His practical sermons give straightforward guidance on how to live.Special thanks to Nick Garland for his help on this episode.We are partnered with ServeN
George Mueller is one of the most inspirational characters in Church History. Listen to his life-story and then listen to a sermon he gave from Ecclesiastes.Special thanks to Ed Backell or helping create this episode of Revived Thoughts. Pastor
In this episode of Revived Conversations, Joel and Troy discuss something that they have noticed is missing in the modern Church. Something that is in the sermons of the past but not in today's sermons nearly as often. Advertising Inquiries: ht
Thomas Spurgeon, the son of Charles Spurgeon, is often forgotten in history. But his story is almost like a Hallmark movie! Special thanks to Lee Jones for reading this sermon. Lee’s a theology nerd from Ohio who serves as sound guy at his loca
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