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14th Sep 2016

Episode 17: Solomon: The Wise Man Who Had No Answers

Everything is meaningless! Take a brief stroll through the pages of the biblical book of Ecclesiastes and imminent doom and gloom are likely to follow your journey. But should this be the case? We tend to avoid what don’t understand and Solomon doesn’t make it easy to wrestle through the everything is meaningless narrative. However, we find an amazingly simple truth and begin to see a different side of Solomon that might explain his drudgery.

We welcome our special guest and last weeks speaker, Dr. Don Williams, from Adventist Univeristy of Health Sciences to the program this week. His unique insight into this subject can also be found in his book, A Time for Every Season (Available at Amazon: http://a.co/fzwdlZp), which deals with the questions of Ecclesiastes through story telling.

We will not be having church this upcoming week at the Hospital Church and will instead be joining Florida Hospital at Calvary Assembly Church for a 150 Year Celebration of Adventist Healthcare. We will be back the following Saturday to continue our Journey Through Ecclesiastes series and episode 18 of the podcast.

Join us each week on Wednesday as we take a look back at the prior weeks message for unique takeaways, added perspective, and a peek at the upcoming message at the Florida Hospital Church. To find the message from this weeks discussion, go to our website: http://hospitalchurch.org/sermon/solomon-the-wise-man-who-had-no-answers/

We will take your questions and comments by text message at 407-965-1607 or by email at podcast@hospitalchurch.org. You can join the conversation on social media stream by using the hashtag: #fhcpodcast

Thank you for joining us and we will see you next week!

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This Is WholeLife
A weekly conversation around a variety of topics being shared and discussed at the WholeLife Church in Orlando Florida. If you join us online or in person you are familiar with our #WholeLifeTakeAways and this is where we continue those conversations!
This is WholeLife is a weekly conversation where we dive deeper into the message and topics at WholeLife Church in Orlando, Florida. Enjoy a mix of light-hearted fun and transparency as we seek answers with Pastors Ken Wetmore, Jeff Cinquemani, Melanie Bockmann, and Communications Director and Host Randy Magray.  It’s the perfect midweek commute podcast to grow personally and spiritually with your WholeLife family! We encourage your questions, comments, and feedback, which we discuss and share in every episode!   

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WholeLife Church

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WholeLife Church is a diverse congregation in Orlando, Florida. Our mission is loving people into a lifelong friendship with God.

We are . . . single, married, divorced, female, male, straight, LGBTQ, poor, rich, old, young. At WholeLife Church, we welcome any member of the community to join us in worship. We don’t care if you’re a practicing Christian or got lost in traffic and wound up here by mistake. We want to offer you grace and peace as you begin or continue your faith journey.

We are WholeLife Church, and we’re all welcome here.

Randy Magray

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Randy is a #TitleTownUSA native and certified #CheeseHead, being born and raised in Green Bay Wisconsin for 30 years. Randy and his wife Heather moved to the Orlando area in 2001 where daughters Ellie and Emilie eventually joined the family. They have been members at WholeLife Church since 2016 when Randy began hosting and producing the church's podcast This Is WholeLife and adding Speaking of Grace in 2020.

Randy's first job was working at a produce farm when he was 12 and his career has continued to be a diverse journey through the years including brick mason, home builder, financial advisor, media producer, and business owner/entrepreneur in multiple industries.

As the Digital Ministries director he looks forward to growing together as family through digital engagement that shines the light of Jesus in a way that searching hearts are engaged into a lifelong friendship with God. Randy's favorite and go-to Bible chapter.

In his free time you will find Randy tweeting about and cheering his Green Bay Packers and riding his Harley Davidson (where he has occasionally delivered WholeLife Church Announcements), relaxing at Ormond Beach with his family, and listening to podcasts!