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In the epicenter of digital dominion, artificial intelligence, and faddish technology we rejoice in the promise of restored humanity! Figuratively (if not literally!), we need to unplug, get rooted in all that is good, nurturing, and lasting, so that we may flourish as the humans that God has created us to be. Redeemer Church of the Silicon Valley is the ever-sharpening vision that God has given our congregation to be gospel-governed and grace-built communities of parishes deeply rooted in t ...
 
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Made Up Theatre was born right here in Fremont, and they have been bringing laughs and inspiring joy in audiences and aspiring actors alike. Starting as a group called Five Play, the comedy improv group has evolved into what we as a city enjoy today. You can find more of that story here. Fremont does not have many entertainment options available th…
 
By the grace of God, it’s when Jonah sank lowest that He looked up highest. When God was all He had, he realized God was all He needed. Many times it is our sinking deep that becomes the means by which God keeps us afloat. Scripture: Jonah 1:17-2:10 Pastor Dave PackVisit our website at www.fremontpres.orgEmail us at podcast@fremontpres.org…
 
When we encounter things beyond our control, like a storm, what is our default posture? Wait it out? Keep ourselves and loved ones as safe as we can? The most unexpected response of Jonah to calming the storm points to the greater story of God—how sacrifice of one leads to the saving of many. Scripture: Jonah 1:11-16 Pastor David BurkeVisit our web…
 
Kathy Kimberlin has been living, serving and working Fremont for about 40 years. She has invested her life in our community through her service in our local schools as well as local nonprofits. Now Kathy is running for City Council; you can find out more about her here and here. The Fremont Podcast has decided that following this interview moving f…
 
We live in a world consumed with the question of identity. Who are we? Jonah is asked repeated questions about this. And yet he also includes in his answer about who he is who it is that he worships. How does who we worship, or what we worship, affect who we are? Scripture: Jonah 1:7-10 Pastor David BurkeVisit our website at www.fremontpres.orgEmai…
 
Jon and Stevie are the co-founders and co-owners of Devout Coffee in Niles. Devout just celebrated 10 years of the process of Devout. At that anniversary party, We were able to sit down and hear a little of their story about how Devout Coffee became what it is today. To learn more about Devout Coffee, you can find them on their website here or foll…
 
We see the sailors with Jonah calling on all their gods to save them from the storm. Jonah then calls on the “God of heaven and earth.” This part of the story makes us ask the question: What “gods” do we turn to when things are out of control? Scripture: Jonah 1:5-6 Pastor David BurkeVisit our website at www.fremontpres.orgEmail us at podcast@fremo…
 
This year, the Bay Area Rapid Transit (better known as BART) is celebrating 50 years. The BART has provided fast and efficient travel for commuters from Fremont to all over the Bay Area including San Francisco. It's hard to imagine the Bay Area without it. In this episode, we sit down with Liz Ames who is the current BART director for the city of F…
 
As Jonah runs from God, he runs right into a storm. We encounter storms whenever we face things beyond our control. When we see storms in the Bible, we often see that people see God more clearly in the midst of their storm. How might we see God in our storms? Scripture: Jonah 1:3b-4 Pastor David BurkeVisit our website at www.fremontpres.orgEmail us…
 
Miguel grew up in Fremont, but his life journey has taken him many other places around the country - from coast to coast. In this episode he shares the events and curiosities that led him to where he is today as the founder and owner of Father Obsidian. Miguel let his curiosity lead him to discover the benefits of CBD and how to harness them and ma…
 
While many people know of this book as a story about a man being swallowed by a fish, it has been said that Jonah is much more than a “fish story.” This week, we will look at how Jonah runs from God, and how we find our own ways to run from Him as well. Scripture: Jonah 1:1-3a Pastor David BurkeVisit our website at www.fremontpres.orgEmail us at po…
 
Watching a once thriving and hopeful community, hobbling along without much to offer can be discouraging. But Better Block is an organization that helps communities discover what their community can do with just a little help and organization to make it better. The Mission San Jose district of Fremont will be holding a large block party put togethe…
 
Pastor Ricky Blaha continues the summer series in the Psalms. Preaching from Psalm 100 we see that the Psalm is broken in two parts. The first part( vs 1-3) we see that everyone is expected to worship God loudly, because that is how we are made. The second part(vs 4-5) we see that all of God's people are invited to worship Him because He is good an…
 
Fremont is the home to a large population of various people groups from around the world. Perhaps one of the largest overlooked groups in our community is the deaf community. Fremont is one of two cities in California that has a School for the Deaf, and because of that, there is a significant residual community of deaf people living among us. A peo…
 
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