Bishop Robert S. Biermann's tracks

Bishop Robert S. Biermann's tracks

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What happens when you plan something for months, spend money in advance, have everything packed and ready, are look forward with great anticipation, and then watch it all fall apart at the last moment? Bob shares what happened to him and his wife just a bit over a week ago, as their planned special event in St. Augustine , FL had to be cancelled the night before the event, due to weather affecting other participants travel, the fl... Read more

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This weekend Bob is coming to you from Florida where he will be attending an important meeting and conference. Bob will share more about that in a week or two. For the next month or so, Bob and his wife, Lori, will be at their Florida home, and where this broadcast will originate through March, and possibly into mid or late April.

This weekend's Program picks up on the theme of the past two weekends, our dying herit...
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Picking up on last weekend’s theme of our cultural degeneration, Bob talks about how many (so called) churches have been absent from the cultural and moral battle, and have actually surrendered and abdicated her God given role. The truth is many mainline churches are dying off, which is not necessarily a bad thing. Other churches, in an effort to keep “growing” are looking more like worldly Rock concerts than places of worship. Oth... Read more

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This weekend Bob takes a hard look at our world in our time. Never have we seen so much “strangeness” being touted as “normal.” Things that just 10 years ago would seem odd are being mainstreamed into our lives. The generation of teenage children today in the Western World is starting to come of age, and starting to take their place in this world. How have we prepared them for the realities of life? Many have no core values and val... Read more

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This weekend bob continues where he left off last weekend, sharing some of his memories and life experiences, and some of the music he remembers from those times. This program is one that (if you’re a “Baby-boomer”) you will remember the music and times very well. On this program Bob shares some things from his life he has never shared in a public forum or on radio before. He shares one of the most difficult things that troubled hi... Read more

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As we enter this last weekend in January, Bob begins a journey through music. Many of us associate certain memories with certain songs. Depending on when you went to High School and College, you probably have many musical memories and favorites. On this weekend’s program and podcast, Bob shares a few snippets of his life from the fall of 1970 through the fall of 1973. Some of the music, if you’re old enough, you will remember well.... Read more

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What lens do you use to look at the world around you? To you see the world as it is? Or do you see the world as you would rather see it? One of the fastest declining attributes in our western world is the inability to look at the world with realistic eyes. We are losing with each passing generation, people that even have the ability of “Critical Thinking.” While it’s true that the eyes are “The Window to the Soul,” what we often se... Read more

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Often times we are faced with a huge decision that can have an enormous impact on our lives. Sometimes we are faced with having to make a choice that could end up being a “once-in-a-lifetime” opportunity, or a distraction from where we should be. Sometimes these choices sound good, but they can also have devastating consequences. How do we discern the difference? Bob takes on that topic as he shares those decisions he has had to fa... Read more

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As we begin this first weekend of the year 2020, Bob reminisces of two different times, one almost 30 years ago, and the other almost 45 years ago. He shares how one chance meeting almost 45 years ago in a tiny drug store changed his life forever. He shares the story of how it also changed the entire path of his radio career. It’s a fascinating story of young love, hard work, and adapting. On the second part of the show, he shares ... Read more

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In just a few days it will be the year 2020. What a year 2019 was, however, do you remember 20 years ago at celebrating the arrival of the Year 2000? How many of you remember all the excitement, but also all the fear of the “Y2K” computer bug? Bob shares a few thoughts on just how gullible many people were, and how many believed that at midnight jet airliners would fall from the sky, the lights and power would go out, people’s mone... Read more

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This weekend is Bob’s annual Christmas Special for Your Weekend Show For the past few weeks Bob has been on a countdown to this special time of the year, sharing memories, but also sharing the hope that truly is the “Reason for the Season,” and what the true meaning of Christmas is all about. This weekend Bob shares some memories of Christmas from years ago in music and thoughts. We hope this program will bring you Peace, Joy, Hope... Read more

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With Christmas only about a week and a half away, many people will find this time of the year very difficult. For some, it may because of the loss of a loved one. For others, perhaps work and responsibilities will make it impossible to be with family and friends. Maybe we have unrealistic expectation, or family does not appreciate all your efforts. Whatever the reason, many people will be suffering “The Holiday Blues.” This weeke... Read more

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It’s hard to believe that we are only about 2 and a half weeks until it is Christmas. As we mark this time, Bob opens the program reminding us to not forget that we are still in the season of Advent, and why not neglecting Advent is very important.

Also on the Program, Bob welcomes Ian Anderson, the Presiding Bishop of the Reformed Anglican Church. Many regular listeners know that Bob is in ministry, but what many did no...
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This weekend Bob starts his countdown to Christmas with memories of times past. For many people, this time of the year is NOT easy. Perhaps the loss of a loved one, bad memories, or even loneliness is making this a particularly difficult time for you. Bob urges us to stop, reflect, and rethink this most unique time of the year, so you can find hope and joy.

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This weekend Bob shares some important thoughts about the future and direction of “Your Weekend show.” Following on the topic of last weekend’s show, “Time,” Bob wonders if this show is something of real benefit to his listeners, and is producing it (in its current form) a good use of Bob’s time? As the show is nearing its 5th anniversary, is it time to rethink the show, and where and how the show is aired? Bob asks you to share yo... Read more

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There is nothing worse than a missed opportunity. Many times we have regrets that last for many years, and have a deep and often time’s negative impact on our lives. Generally, “procrastination” is the number 1 reason we have regrets, or refusing to get out of our comfort zone. In life we often have to make decisions, but choosing to ignore those decisions can prove devastating. This weekend Bob talks about how time once spent is g... Read more

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Earlier this past summer, Bob had a program entitled “The Summer of 1969 Through the Eyes of a Teenager.” Of all the programs ever produced in the near 5 year history of the program, it had (by far) the most downloads and listens on Podcast of any other episode. It’s almost hard to believe that it has been 50 years since that historic summer.

Because Bob is traveling on important ministry work this past week and this we...
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One of the most listened to show of the past five years was on the topic of false prophets and false preachers/teachers. There is no doubt we are living in a different time and age than even 30 to 40 years ago. However, many people still fall victim to bible teachers with an end-time message that sounds fascinating, but is often simply not true. In other words, “Fake Prophets Making Big Profits.” What is even more troubling, these ... Read more

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On this weekend’s program, Bob ties together all the programs put together for the Month of October. At the beginning of the month, Bob shared his thoughts about the “religion of climate change,” and how the optics of a young girl from Sweden has captured the hearts of the media and deceived the minds of many. On the second Show of October, Bob talked about how much of what we are seeing in our culture today is nothing more than re... Read more

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On the first half of this weekend’s show, Bob shares a very true story of young love, heartbreak, and starting all over again. In this “close to home” narrative, Bob shares how some very unexpected things often are the turning point in our lives. In the second half of the program, Bob shares why life is so valuable and so precious, and why our life is such a gift not to be wasted. He also shares his thoughts on those forces that t... Read more

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