1. Meet Aiken's Jail Chaplain

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    A day in the life of Aiken County detention center's chaplain, Ron Morse.

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    • DisciplesNet Worship #211, "At the Table with Jesus" (Allen 09.14.2014)

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      Did you know that when Christians gather at the table, breaking bread together as Jesus did with his disciples so many years ago, that we participate in a type of stewardship of God's amazing plan for our world? How can this be? We hope that you will join us today and find out. We are honored to have as guest preacher Dr. Ronald J. Allen, distinguished New Testament and preaching professor, scholar, and author. Dr. Allen serves on the faculty of Christian Theological Seminary (www.cts.edu) in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, and is an ordained minister with the Christian Church, Disciples of Christ. The sermon, from Matthew 26:26-40, is the first of four in a series of stewardship materials authored by Dr. Allen, From Bread and Wine to Faith and Giving, and available from the Center for Faith and Giving (www.centerforfaithandgiving.org). We are grateful to the Center for Faith and Giving for permission to use these resources online. DisciplesNet church works to bring the church to people not able to attend a physical church, as well as those who benefit by connecting online 24/7 with the special faith resources we create. We work to bring the Good News of God's redeeming love to the world. As DisciplesNet approaches our fourth anniversary, we seek God's guidance as our unique minsitry keeps growing. As we prayerfully seek to reach people online around the world, we also prayerfully seek to be the best stewards possible of the resources that people are sharing in God's work through DisciplesNet Church. We invite you to join in giving through DisciplesNet --or another ministry of your choosing-- as you consider your own place and circumstances, and how God calls you to share your own gifts. Worship today is about 33 minutes, a time of celebrating God's presence through song, prayers, scripture, and considering God's word together. As you worship with us, keep in mind that our 'pews' are very big: you will be worshipping with people in times and places all around the world. We like to think that although most of us can't see each other here, God sees our DisciplesNet Church gathered, perfectly well, and is in our midst. As we do every week, our time together includes a time of communion (breaking of the bread) where you may choose to participate, or simply meditate as we tell of Jesus' invitation to "do this in remembrance of me." If you would like to share with us at the table that goes beyond all earthly boundaries of time, place, and structure, we ask that you prepare a piece of bread of some type and a drink, such as grape juice, wine, or water. As we pray, our prayers are given to extend to where you are If you are unable to eat or drink, you may want to use a symbolic gesture or mental symbol as you come together at this table of remembrance with us. (Scroll down for an Order of Worship) We hope that as you join us for worship you will feel a blessing from beige part. Please tell friends, family, and others you know about our online church that is here with doors that are always open, walls as wide as the world, and always room at the table. ORDER OF WORSHIP: 1. Opening background music: "Take My Life and Let it Be," Chalice Press, Favorite Hymns and Prayers, used by permission. 2. Opening Hymn: "Stepping in the Light," Dean Phelps 3. Pastor's Prayer with Lord's Prayer: Amy Grogan 4. Prayer response hymn: "Lord, Make Us Instruments of Thy Peace," Southport Christian Church, Indianapolis. 5. Scripture: Matthew 26:26-40 (NRSV), Susan McNeely 6. Message: "At the Table With Jesus," Rev. Dr. Ron Allen 7. Hymn: "Seed, Scattered and Sown," Chalice Hymnal #, DisciplesNet Singers 8. Communion: Russ Smith 9. Hymn: "In Remembrance of Me,"CH #403, DisciplesNet Singers 10. Sending out (Benediction) If you would like to chat with one of our pastors, including talking more about belief in God, becoming a Christian or following Christ, or living as a disciple of Christ, please email us at pastor@disciplesnet.org, or contact us using the contact information on our website, www.disciplesnet.org, or our Facebook page, DisciplesNet Church. Invitation to Giving: DisciplesNet Church is a not-for-profit church that exists to cross barriers and boundaries to share the Good News of God's redeeming love. We rely on the gifts of our online viewers as we continue to grow and extend our nets around the world. We also extend the invitation for you to be part of the DisciplesNet ministry by giving a one time gift, or ongoing, including a tithe. Even the smallest of gifts, like the mustard seed, have a way of growing in amazing ways to share God's word and the love of Jesus Christ. We have a giving page on our website, disciplesnet.org. Our physical address for donations is: DisciplesNet Church PO Box 17935 Indianapolis, IN 46217 And emailing address is: giving@disciplesnet.org God bless you, and thank you for joining us!

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      • DisciplesNet Worship #210, "Seeing Christ in New Ways" (Smith 09.07.2014)

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        Our worship today challenges us to look around us, to see what God may be calling us to do to make a difference in the world, no matter who we are and where we are. This same question is one guiding DisciplesNet Church is prayerful worship these next five weeks as we chart the course for our ministry in the upcoming year. As we do this, we are taking a look inside at how God calls us to give of our own gifts and resources-- how we work to be faithful to use these gifts in mission that God is calling us to do. And we invite you to join in, considering your own place and circumstances. We invite you to give of your gifts through DisciplesNet Church, or another ministry that God may be calling you to work through. Our text today is one that is part of the core of DisciplesNet's mission: Matthew 25:31-40. Worship today is about 26 minutes, a time of worshipping God together through song, prayers, scripture, and considering God's word together. As you worship with us, keep in mind that our 'pews' are very big: you will be worshipping with people in times and places all around the world. We like to think that although most of us can't see each other here, God sees our DisciplesNet Church gathered, perfectly well, and is in our midst. As we do every week, our time together includes a time of communion (breaking of the bread) where you may choose to participate, or simply meditate as we tell of Jesus' invitation to "do this in remembrance of me." If you would like to share with us at the table that goes beyond all earthly boundaries of time, place, and structure, we ask that you prepare a piece of bread of some type and a drink, such as grape juice, wine, or water. As we pray, our prayers are given to extend to where you are If you are unable to eat or drink, you may want to use a symbolic gesture or mental symbol as you come together at this table of remembrance with us. (Scroll down for an Order of Worship) We hope that as you join us for worship you will feel a blessing from beige part. Please tell friends, family, and others you know about our online church that is here with doors that are always open, walls as wide as the world, and always room at the table. ORDER OF WORSHIP: 1. Opening background music and hymn: "Open the Eyes of My Heart, Lord," Dean Phelps 2. Elder's Prayer with Lord's Prayer: Susan McNeely 3. Gospel hymn: "A Beautiful Life," Dean Phelps 4. Scripture: Deb Phelps, Matthew 25:31-40 (NRSV) 5. Message: "Seeing Christ in a New Way," Rev. Russ Smith 6. Hymn: "Jesu, Jesu," Chalice Hymnal #600, DisciplesNet Singers 7. Communion: Bob Shaw 8. Hymn: "In Remembrance of Me,"CH #403, DisciplesNet Singers 9. Sending out (Benediction) If you would like to chat with one of our pastors, including talking more about belief in God, becoming a Christian or following Christ, or living as a disciple of Christ, please email us at pastor@disciplesnet.org, or contact us using the contact information on our website, www.disciplesnet.org, or our Facebook page, DisciplesNet Church. Invitation to Giving: DisciplesNet Church is a not-for-profit church that exists to cross barriers and boundaries to share the Good News of God's redeeming love. We rely on the gifts of our online viewers as we continue to grow and extend our nets around the world. We also extend the invitation for you to be part of the DisciplesNet ministry by giving a one time gift, or ongoing, including a tithe. Even the smallest of gifts, like the mustard seed, have a way of growing in amazing ways to share God's word and the love of Jesus Christ. We have a giving page on our website, disciplesnet.org. Our physical address for donations is: DisciplesNet Church PO Box 17935 Indianapolis, IN 46217 And emailing address is: giving@disciplesnet.org

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        • International Fellowship of Chaplains Training

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          Learn about what it takes to become a chaplain at this intensive IFOC training at Westover Hills Assembly of God, October 6-10.

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          • World Longboard Titles China

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            This video is a fundraiser for Pozible, It's purpose to help raise the needed money to provide Chaplaincy at the world longboard titles.

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            • July 2014: Gary surfing the Bore Tide - Turnagain Arm, Alaska

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              • Reflection on WW1 painting the 'Last General Absolution of the Munsters'

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                The Rt Rev Richard Moth, Catholic Bishop of the Forces, gives a reflection on the 'Last General Absolution of the Munsters' by Italian war artist Fortunino Matania. He was noted for his extraordinary finish and detail and to achieve this he visited the Western Front on many occasions. The painting shows Rev. Father F. Gleeson, Chaplain to the 2nd Royal Munster Fusiliers, on horseback somewhere on the Rue du Bois in Northern France on the Western Front. Fr Gleeson gave absolution to 500 men on 8 May 1915 ahead of the Battle of Aubers Ridge that took place at 5:30am the following morning.

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                • Institute 2014 Wrap Up Video

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                  Campus Ministers and Chaplains sharing a little about what they learned at the Summer Institute: a Collegiate Training Event for Collegiate Ministers in the United Methodist tradition. Sponsored by UMCMA (http://umcma.org United Methodist Campus Minister Association) UM Collegiate (http://umcollegiate.org Division of Higher Education at the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry--http://gbhem.org) held June 24-27, 2014 at Candler School of Theology at Emory University (http://candler.emory.edu) music: "Long Way Off" by Gungor used by permission.

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                  • DisciplesNet Worship #204, "To Pray as We Ought" (Shaw 07.27.2014)

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                    Has life ever brought you to a point of being so spiritually or emotionally drained that you couldn't even find the words to pray to God about it? What do you do next? Should you limit your prayers to God so when it really matters, God will hear you? You hope that you don't miss this week's inspiring message as God uses Pastor Bob Shaw and Paul's letter to the Romans, chapter 8 to help us understand how to pray in a way that just might just surprise you. During out short worship time together, 28 minutes, we've tried to include ways for you to join in during our prayers, scripture, singing, and listening to God's Word for you through this time together. As you worship with us, keep in mind that our 'pews' are very big: you will be worshipping with people in times and places all around the world. We like to think that although most of us can't see each other here, God sees our DisciplesNet Church gathered, perfectly well, and is in our midst. As we do every week, our time together includes a time of communion (breaking of the bread) where you may choose to participate, or simply meditate as we tell of Jesus' invitation to "do this in remembrance of me." If you would like to share with us at the table that goes beyond all earthly boundaries of time, place, and structure, we ask that you prepare a piece of bread of some type and a drink, such as grape juice, wine, or water. As we pray, our prayers are given to extend to where you are If you are unable to eat or drink, you may want to use a symbolic gesture or mental symbol as you come together at this table of remembrance with us. (Scroll down for an Order of Worship) We hope that as you join us for worship you will feel a blessing from beige part. Please tell friends, family, and others you know about our online church that is here with doors that are always open, walls as wide as the world, and always room at the table. ORDER OF WORSHIP: 1. Welcome: Anita Cobb 2. Opening music and hymn: "Sweet Hour of Prayer," v. 1,3, Chalice Hymnal #570 3. Scripture: Romans 8:26-39 (NRSV) 4. Message: "To Pray as We Ought," Bob Shaw 5. Hymn:"No, Never Alone," v.1-3 6. Pastor's Prayer with Lord's Prayer: Deb Phelps 7. Communion: Russ Smith 8. Communion Hymn: "Eat This Bread," CH #414 9. Sending out (Benediction) If you would like to chat with one of our pastors, including talking more about belief in God, becoming a Christian or following Christ, or living as a disciple of Christ, please email us at pastor@disciplesnet.org, or contact us using the contact information on our website, www.disciplesnet.org, or our Facebook page, DisciplesNet Church. Invitation to Giving: DisciplesNet Church is a not-for-profit church that exists to cross barriers and boundaries to share the Good News of God's redeeming love. We rely on the gifts of our online viewers as we continue to grow and extend our nets around the world. We also extend the invitation for you to be part of the DisciplesNet ministry by giving a one time gift, or ongoing, including a tithe. Even the smallest of gifts, like the mustard seed, have a way of growing in amazing ways to share God's word and the love of Jesus Christ. We have a giving page on our website, disciplesnet.org. Our physical address for donations is: DisciplesNet Church PO Box 17935 Indianapolis, IN 46217 And emailing address is: giving@disciplesnet.org God bless you, and thank you for joining us!

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                    • Chaplain Services at Feather River Hospital

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                      // This short video was commissioned by Chaplain Services at Adventist Health, Feather River Hospital to visually display the services that chaplains offer Patients and their Families. // Music: Dexter Britain - The Score - "Unremarkable" // Like what you see? Check out http:www.be.net/stevenfoster for my entire portfolio.

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