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Our Podcast focuses on aligning society's ideology, religion, and principles with God's ideas through Biblical Principles (His word).

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The Great Exchange (A Life for a Life - Your life in exchange for a life Worth Living)
<p>Everyone wants to know the answer to the million dollar question, what is my purpose, and how much is my life worth? If someone offers you a million dollars in exchange for your life would you take it? Does God really care about what I do with my life even if I made mistakes in the past ? Are you willing to die for a stranger? We want to provide some perceptions on these questions that men often contemplate, and struggle to have an answer for. </p><p>In Genesis 2:15-17 Moses wrote: The Lord God took the man and put him in the garden of Eden to work it and keep it. And the Lord God commanded the man, saying, “You may surely eat of every tree of the garden, but of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil you shall not eat, for in the day that you eat of it you shall surely die.”</p><p>Paul wrote in Romans 6:23 For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord. This statement made by Paul gives us clarity that sinning is a gamble that has a price. and that there is a ransom required in order to pay up a debt or it will result in death. A price must be paid for mistakes made against God, but to have hope for our life through Christ is eternal.</p><p>In this episode we will discuss the cost of our sins, and what price is paid for your life. We will explain why it is so important to God to redeem us, and we need to know that our lives are not our own, it is bought and paid for us to live. For our sake, an extreme sacrifice had to be made, a life for a life. </p><p>Through this podcast we hope to empower each other to know our calling, and discover our purpose as citizens of the kingdom of Heaven.<br/> <br/> <b><em>Follow us on our social media: <br/>@project_man_kind <br/>https://www.facebook.com/projectmankindministries <br/>To be a guest, prayers or for more questions email us at </em></b><a href='mailto:askprojectmankind@gmail.com'><b>askprojectmankind@gmail.com</b></a></p>
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Daddy Issues - Healing from mistakes done by others
<p>Exodus 20:5, and Deuteronomy 5:8-9 tells us &quot;You shall not bow down to them or serve them, for I the Lord your God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children to the third and the fourth generation of those who hate me,&quot; Why would a loving God punish those children from the 3rd and 4th generation from the sins and iniquities of their fathers? <br/><br/>Have you ever wondered how the sin of your father impacted you today? Do you ever think why you struggle breaking a habit, or can’t seem to make progress in your career, relationships, business, or simply just be content? We will be discussing generational curses, family issues that seems to repeat itself, patterns of behavior that can&apos;t seem to break away from a &quot;black cloud&quot; looming over your life or your family&apos;s life such as addictions, poverty, sickness, divorce, anger issues, fear, and resentment. <br/><br/>In this episode we will discuss some examples on how we overcome the sins of our fathers, and generational curses. We will be using some biblical examples, and the story of Abraham and his son Isaac, and his sons Jacob and Esau. As history seems to repeat itself, and deception and lies seems to be a historical theme among the family of Abraham. (Genesis 12, Genesis 26)<br/> <br/>Join Host Thomas Jusayan, and counselor, author, and life coach Dr. Jim Slaughter in their conversation about generational curses, father wounds, and the impact of the sins that your father or forefather has done in the past that has followed you, and how to break the cycle of generational behavioral patterns and curses. <br/><br/>Additional Reference: <br/>Author and Speaker Bob Reccord with Total Life Ministries, and Author of the book Ending the Cycle of Father Wounds<br/>See Website at: https://www.tliministries.com/ending-the-cycle-of-father-wounds/</p><p>Through this podcast we hope to empower each other to know our calling, and discover our purpose as citizens of the kingdom of Heaven.<br/> <br/> <b><em>Follow us on our social media: <br/>@project_man_kind <br/>https://www.facebook.com/projectmankindministries <br/>To be a guest, prayers or for more questions email us at </em></b><a href='mailto:askprojectmankind@gmail.com'><b>askprojectmankind@gmail.com</b></a></p>
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Forgiven but not forgotten? (The Cost of Sin)
<p>The apostle Paul once wrote to the Jews who are followers of Christ in Rome in Romans 3:23 “For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” Paul is emphasizing that no one is righteous, and that everyone has sinned against God. But what happens when we sin? Are there consequences to face when we sin? Why do we still suffer if God has forgiven us for our sins?</p><p>Paul also wrote in reminder for the consequences of sin in Romans 6:23 “For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.” This statement that Paul wrote tells us that there is a price, and there are consequences for sinning. In Genesis 2, God warned Adam that if they eat of the tree of good and evil, they will surely die. This statement that God told the first mankind that there’s a consequence for their action if they disobey. But is God commanding them not to eat because He is an angry God who wants to control them? Is it for their good, and to protect them from something that they don’t truly understand?<br/> <br/>Join Host Thomas Jusayan, and counselor, author, and life coach Dr. Jim Slaughter in their conversation as they help you understand how to face the consequences of sins, and how God’s grace and mercy was there from the beginning, and always finding provision to show His mercy. <br/><br/></p><p>Through this podcast we hope to empower each other to know our calling, and discover our purpose as citizens of the kingdom of Heaven.<br/> <br/> <b><em>Follow us on our social media: <br/>@project_man_kind <br/>https://www.facebook.com/projectmankindministries <br/>To be a guest, prayers or for more questions email us at </em></b><a href='mailto:askprojectmankind@gmail.com'><b>askprojectmankind@gmail.com</b></a></p>
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The Power of Forgiveness
<p>Many know about what forgiveness and the concept of forgiveness is. But do we really know what forgiveness really is, and use the power that it possesses? This simple but often difficult action that we take is so powerful that it is the only way that we can be heard by God. </p><p>Forgiveness is mentioned over 200 times in the bible. But what does this imply that we should do with this powerful tool that Jesus Christ and many disciples, especially by the apostle Paul often talked about in his writings. It is often that we have a hard time with forgiving or receiving forgiveness from others, especially self-forgiveness and accepting God&apos;s grace.</p><p><br/> <b>Mathew 18:21-22 (Jesus’ speaking)</b><br/> <b>Then Peter came to Jesus and asked, “Lord, how many times shall I forgive my brother or sister who sins against me? Up to seven times?” Jesus answered, “I tell you, not seven times, but seventy-seven times.&quot;</b><br/> <br/> Join Host Thomas Jusayan, and counselor, author, and life coach Dr. Jim Slaughter in their conversation as we help you understand what forgiveness is all about, and why understanding grace, and accepting God&apos;s grace is important with our walk, and building a relationship with God.</p><p>Through this podcast we hope to empower each other to know our calling, and discover our purpose as citizens of the kingdom of Heaven.<br/> <br/> <b><em>Follow us on our social media: <br/>@project_man_kind <br/>https://www.facebook.com/projectmankindministries <br/>To be a guest, prayers or for more questions email us at </em></b><a href='mailto:askprojectmankind@gmail.com'><b>askprojectmankind@gmail.com</b></a></p>
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