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There is one here which seems to contain the ingredients you are talking about. However, it is not a part of a series on Joseph, but on spiritual gifts. This particular one looks at the gift of encouragement.
These are probably not what you are looking for, and although John Piper is a Baptist and I'm a Catholic. I still enjoy listening to his sermons, here are a few on Barnabas that you might like anyways. Good luck finding your missing sermons.
If you have seen the movie The Mission, then you may have noticed a communal society lived by the natives in the various missions led by Jesuit priests. Historical records corroborate that indeed they lived a Christian-based, communal life. From Jesuit Reductions: Smaller missions had two priests, whereas larger missions had more. Populations varied ...
I don't know if there are any denominational-scale organizations that practice this, but there are certainly churches and other Christian organizations that practice this. The Bruderhof may be a good example of this. My family lived in a Bruderhof community for a few months when I was growing up, as my father was doing some work (writing a book) for them. ...
The answer to this question can really, literally, only be answered with "it depends on who you ask". Before throwing a downvote at me, read on though: We see in Acts 2:45 one of the reasons they gave to the poor - they had need - which reflects Christ teaching throughout the Gospels (as well as many OT passages) to fulfill the needs of those in need: ...
1 Corinthians 8 (NIV): 8 Now about food sacrificed to idols: We know that “We all possess knowledge.” But knowledge puffs up while love builds up. 2 Those who think they know something do not yet know as they ought to know. 3 But whoever loves God is known by God. 4 So then, about eating food sacrificed to idols: We know that “An idol is nothing at ...
Looks like Willow Chicago had something regarding Barnabas in February 2012. Could that have been it?
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