Podcast Archive - Lectures (2013)

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  • 12.22 Health Care Reform
    Presenter: Joel Ario & John Messmer

    Joel Ario and Dr. John Messmer return with an update on health care reform, and answer questions from the audience • 63 minutes 7.2 MB •

  • 12.15 Medical Missions in Kenya
    Presenter: Bill & Cinny Parrish

    Dr. Bill & Cinny Parrish spent a week in Kenya on a medical mission trip in September. They discuss what they did and saw while on their trip • 52 minutes • 6.1 MB

  • 12.08 Mental Health Issues at the Holiday Season
    Presenter: Lee Ann Grisolano

    Derry member and pediatric neuropsychologist Lee Ann Grisolano discusses issues that frequently arise during the holiday season and strategies to deal with them • 48 minutes • 5.6 MB

  • 11.24 Renovations Update
    Presenter: Rev. Dick Houtz

    Rev. Dick Houtz, Pastor at Derry Presbyterian Church, gives a brief history and update on progress to date made by the renovations committee on various projects being considered to improve the church • 66 minutes • 7.2 MB

  • 11.17 Neurotheology: What Happens in Your Brain as you Pray?
    Presenter: Tim Mosher

    The emerging study of neurotheology or spiritual neuroscience seeks to identify changes in brain activity and physiology that occur during religious or spiritual beliefs and practices. Tim Mosher, MD discusses the techniques that are used to evaluate functional brain activity and reviews studies that seek to determine if there is a physiologic basis for the spiritual brain • 59 minutes • 6.9 MB

  • 11.10 Building and Shaping the Body of Christ: Where Ministry and Leadership Meet
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. David A. Davis

    Rev. Dr. David A. Davis, Senior Pastor, Nassau Presbyterian Church, Princeton, New Jersey discusses the role of leadership and different leadership styles in church ministry • 53 minutes • 6.2 MB

  • 11.03 Mental Health Issues
    Presenter: Lee Ann Grisolano

    Lee Ann Grisolano, Ph.D., Pediatric Neuropsychologist, Licensed Psychologist and Certified School Psychologist discusses issues involved in recognizing that mental health treatment may be necessary, overcoming the stigma of receiving mental health treatment, and finding a mental health practitioner who is a "good fit" • 64 minutes • 7.4 MB

  • 10.13 Marriage in the Bible (1 of 2)
    Presenter: Julia O'Brien

    Julia O'Brien, professor of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament at Lancaster Theological Seminary, examines what the Old Testament says about marriage • 66 minutes • 7.6 MB

  • 10.06 Child Care Changes at Derry Church
    Presenter: Rae Hardy

    The child care program that began nine years ago at Derry Church looks quite different than the program envisioned by its founders. Program director and Derry member Rae Hardy discusses the changes that brought Derry Discovery Days to the lively and loving place it is today for children ages one through five, and future plans • 40 minutes • 4.6 MB

  • 09.29 Nicaragua Mission Trip Report
    Presenter: Pete Feil & Bonnie Gordon

    Derry member Pete Feil and Bonnie Gordon from Bridges to Community talk about Derry's involvement in building homes and schools near Masaya, Nicaragua • 57 minutes • 6.6 MB

  • 09.22 A Study of Paul's Epistle to the Galatians/Paul's Defense of the Gospel, Part 3 (5 of 5)
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. Charles "Buz" Myers

    Rev. Charles (Buz) Myers, Ph.D., ordained Presbyterian minister and Associate Professor, Religious Studies, Gettysburg College, concludes his study of Galatians • 62 minutes • 7.2 MB

  • 09.15 A Study of Paul's Epistle to the Galatians/Paul's Defense of the Gospel, Part 2 (4 of 5)
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. Charles "Buz" Myers

    Rev. Charles (Buz) Myers, Ph.D., ordained Presbyterian minister and Associate Professor, Religious Studies, Gettysburg College, continues his study of Galatians in chapter four • 60 minutes • 7.2 MB

  • 09.08 A Study of Paul's Epistle to the Galatians/Paul's Defense of the Gospel, Part 1 (3 of 5)
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. Charles "Buz" Myers

    Rev. Charles (Buz) Myers, Ph.D., ordained Presbyterian minister and Associate Professor, Religious Studies, Gettysburg College, continues his study of Galatians • 59 minutes • 6.8 MB

  • 09.01 A Study of Paul's Epistle to the Galatians/An Introduction to the Apostle Paul's Gospel of Grace (2 of 5)
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. Charles "Buz" Myers

    Rev. Charles (Buz) Myers, Ph.D., ordained Presbyterian minister and Associate Professor, Religious Studies, Gettysburg College, continues his study of Galatians with a focus on chapter 2 • 65 minutes • 7.5 MB

  • 08.25 For Freedom Christ Has Set Us Free: A Study of Paul's Epistle to the Galatians (1 of 5)
    Presenter: Rev. Dr. Charles "Buz" Myers

    Rev. Charles (Buz) Myers, Ph.D., ordained Presbyterian minister and Associate Professor, Religious Studies, Gettysburg College, gives some background on the New Testament letters of Paul in the first of five lectures he will present on Galatians • 65 minutes • 7.5 MB

  • 08.18 Finance & Investing Trivia: Being Good Stewards of Money
    Presenter: Tracy Burke

    Derry member and financial advisor Tracy Burke discusses factors contributing to good stewardship of our financial resources • 49 minutes • 5.7 MB

  • 08.04 History of ZooAmerica
    Presenter: Pam Whitenack

    Pam Whitenack, Director, Hershey Community Archives, presents the history of ZooAmerica North American Wildlife Park in Hershey, Pennsylvania • 42 minutes • 4.9 MB

  • 06.30 International Mission News
    Presenter: Eric & Becky Hinterliter

    Eric and Becky Hinterliter, Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) mission co-workers in Lithuania, talk about their calling to serve at LCC International University • 57 minutes • 6.6 MB

  • 06.02 Baseball, Chocolate & Babe Ruth
    Presenter: Fran Strouse

    Fran Strouse of Elizabethtown, PA, talks about the Klein Chocolate Company and its connection to the early days of baseball - when many companies sponsored professional teams • 53 minutes • 6 MB

  • 05.19 Introducing the New Children's Hospital
    Presenter: Michelle Smith

    Michelle Smith, RN & Clinical Project Manager presents an update on the new Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital and details of planning and executing the move • 60 minutes • 7 MB

  • 05.12 Engaging the Missing Generation
    Presenter: Alison & Dan Siewert

    Many people go missing from church near the end of high school and only a fraction eventually return. Why is this happening, and what must the church do to receive and engage the mainstream of young adults? Alison and Dan Siewert, Evangelists for Carlisle Presbytery and leaders of New Church Ministry, discuss the spiritual perspective of the missing generation and what the New Ministry has been doing and learning as it seeks to create a new space for Christian community among young adults • 49 minutes • 5.7 MB

  • 05.05 Health Care Reform: What's Next?
    Presenter: Joel Ario & John Messmer

    Joel Ario and Dr. John Messmer discuss what's next in health care reform. As we move toward the full implementation of health reform with the opening of exchange marketplaces in 2014, many questions remain about what will be different and what will be the same. This lecture provides the latest updates on the changing health care landscape • 60 minutes • 6.9 MB

  • 04.28 Faith and Economic Policy (4 of 4)
    Presenter: Lee Barrett

    Lee Barrett, Professor of Systematic Theology at Lancaster Theological Seminary, examines the religious basis of several different proposals concerning national economic policy, seeking to determine how each one is rooted in some core Christian values. This week's focus: three minor theories and a recap of the series • 61 minutes • 7.1 MB

  • 04.21 Faith and Economic Policy (3 of 4)
    Presenter: Lee Barrett

    Lee Barrett, Professor of Systematic Theology at Lancaster Theological Seminary, examines the religious basis of several different proposals concerning national economic policy, seeking to determine how each one is rooted in some core Christian values. This week's focus: Christian Economic Realism and the works of Reinhold Neibuhr • 63 minutes • 7.3 MB

  • 04.14 Faith and Economic Policy (2 of 4)
    Presenter: Lee Barrett

    Lee Barrett, Professor of Systematic Theology at Lancaster Theological Seminary, examines the religious basis of several different proposals concerning national economic policy, seeking to determine how each one is rooted in some core Christian values. This week's focus: the economic policies of Barack Obama and Joe Biden • 61 minutes • 7 MB

  • 04.07 Faith and Economic Policy (1 of 4)
    Presenter: Lee Barrett

    Lee Barrett, Professor of Systematic Theology at Lancaster Theological Seminary, examines the religious basis of several different proposals concerning national economic policy, seeking to determine how each one is rooted in some core Christian values. This week's focus: Christian Liberalism and Paul Ryan • 62 minutes • 7.1 MB

  • 03.17 The Holy Land in Biblical Perspective (3 of 3)
    Presenter: Julia O'Brien

    Dr. Julia O'Brien, Old Testament Professor at Lancaster Theological Seminary, continues her series on what the Bible says about who belongs in the Holy Land •59 minutes • 6.8 MB

  • 03.10 The Holy Land in Biblical Perspective (2 of 3)
    Presenter: Julia O'Brien

    Dr. Julia O'Brien, Old Testament Professor at Lancaster Theological Seminary, continues her series on what the Bible says about who belongs in the Holy Land • 61 minutes • 7.1 MB

  • 03.03 The Holy Land in Biblical Perspective (1 of 3)
    Presenter: Julia O'Brien

    What DOES the Bible say about who belongs in the Holy Land? These classes will explore different ways of answering the question and consider the diversity of perspectives we find in the Bible • 61 minutes • 7.0 MB

  • 02.24 Penn State Hershey Cancer Institute
    Presenter: Thomas Loughran, Jr.

    Dr. Thomas P. Loughran, Jr. discusses the Penn State Cancer Institute, its design, research and updates •61 minutes • 7.0 MB

  • 02.10 A Window into Hershey's History
    Presenter: Pam Whitenack

    Pam Whitenack, Director, Hershey Community Archives, discusses the value of oral histories and reads some excerpts, providing insight into Milton S. Hershey, working at the chocolate factory, the early days of Hersheypark, the founding of the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center and the Four Diamonds Fund, and the pastorate of Rev. Ira Reed, former pastor of Derry Church • 59 minutes • 6.8 MB

  • 02.03 Milton Hershey School
    Presenter: Jim McMahon & Mike Kinney

    Jim McMahon, Director of Archives, Milton Hershey School and Mike Kinney discuss the Milton Hershey School's history, mission and updates • 61 minutes • 7.1 MB

  • 01.27 Krislund Camp Update
    Presenter: Harold Nightwine

    Find out about building and camp improvements at Camp Krislund. 53 minutes • 6.1 MB

  • 01.20 Family Promise
    Presenter: Krissy Marshall

    Krissy Marshall, executive director of Family Promise, discusses the problem of homelessness and how the Family Promise ministry helps families with housing, meals, and training • 42 minutes • 5 MB

  • 01.13 Hershey Food Bank
    Presenter: Tom Kitzmiller

    Derry member and Hershey Food Bank board member Tom Kitzmiller presents the history, current operations and future plans for the Hershey Food Bank and Community Outreach • 52 minutes • 52 minutes • 6.3 MB

  • 01.06 Community Checkup Center
    Presenter: Joel Ario, Gretchen Ballard & Roger Mecum

    Derry members present the history, mission and future plans for the Community Checkup Center, a health clinic that cares for uninsured and underinsured women and children in south Harrisburg • 54 minutes • 6.1 MB

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