Podcasts: Life on the Hill

Podcasts

Life on the Hill

Angel

Letting Go

Pastors Bruce Goldsmith and Hamp Hall share a conversation about the subject of letting go.

Bible

House of Hope

Pastor Bruce Goldsmith, Pastor Hamp Hall, and their guests talk about House of Hope.

Bible

Why do bad things happen to good people?

Pastors Bruce Goldsmith and Hamp Hall talk about the topic of bad things happening to good people.

Cross

Sacrificial Giving

Pastors Bruce Goldsmith and Hamp Hall share a conversation about the topic of sacrificial giving.

Bible & Cross

Families

Pastors Bruce Goldsmith and Hamp Hall have a conversation about the subject of family.

Angel

Death and Dying Part 2

Pastors Bruce Goldsmith and Hamp Hall share part two of a conversation about the subject of death and dying.

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Death and Dying Part 1

Pastors Bruce Goldsmith and Hamp Hall share part one of a conversation about the subject of death and dying.

Bible

Dying to Self

Pastors Bruce Goldsmith and Hamp Hall have a conversation about dying to self.

Pray

Humility

Pastors Bruce Goldsmith and Hamp Hall share a conversation on the subject of humility.

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Submission

Pastors Bruce Goldsmith and Hamp Hall talk about the subject of submission.

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