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Mentoring Minutes
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260 episodes of approximately 2 to 3 minutes each to encourage and inspire anyone working with adolescents. 40 years of collated education/teaching/coaching/youthmentoring/leadership research and experience linked to the latest adolescent brain research. Mini lectures/Training/ a different concept to share thoughts and ideas. A Mentoring Tip is included in each episode. Interact at www.facebook.com/robin.coxmentor or www.yess.co.nz
 
Forever House is a contemporary church in Brisbane for all generations and nationalities. We are united in love, wisdom and vision called to reach and impact the Greater Brisbane Region. Our Brisbane Campus is located at 260 Musgrave Rd. Coopers Plains.
 
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Tamara Chaos
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It's a new year. That means I'm going to put a lot of effort into my original music. Please stay tuned to watch my progress.
 
Listen to 260 Bible stories as crafted and told by John Walsh.
 
iWitness is a conference for young adults who are keen to meet other young people, learn more about the Catholic Faith and have a whole lot of fun. This year 260 participants joined together for iwitness 2011 which was held at Stanwell Tops, an hour south of Sydney. iWitness is all about living life to the full, sharing our faith and encountering Christ anew in our lives. Listen to the talks at iwitness recorded by Xt3.com
 
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Speaker, Brett Benson of MN350 Sunday, March 24, 2019 With the need for organizing around climate change as urgent as ever, citizens are looking for meaningful ways to bring about the significant societal changes required. An inclusive climate justice movement is gaining momentum and making headlines in Minnesota and nationwide. Brett will addr ...…
 
Speakers: Rev. David Breeden & Amanda Harrington Sunday, March 24, 2019 Text (PDF): Just Wait For It
 
This is for a video that will be posted on YouTube for another Second Life series segment. Check it out Tamara Chaos. We mostly post worship music. I'm on the team at church.
 
This song was created for my video that you can find on YouTube. The name of the channel is Tamara Chaos.
 
Speaker: Rev. Jim Foti Sunday, March 17, 2019 Events in the lives of our ancestors, even ones we never met, can affect the orientation of our minds and the health of our brains. How do we navigate when we’re each carrying so much? Text (PDF): Journeys of the Mind and Brain
 
I'm walkin, in the LordHe loves me, day by day,I'll listen, when I pray,I'm waiting for the way to be shown to me.I'm waiting for the way to be shown to me.Im' waiting, for the Lord to be shown to me.Get your copy of Emmanuel here!Lulu.comhttp://www.lulu.com/spotlight/hawkmatrixBarnes and Noblehttp://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/emmanuel-april-mari ...…
 
There is another version on SoundCloud. www.soundcloud.com/tamarachaos2018This song was created for my video that you can see on YouTube. We took a trip to Florida and while we were there, we attended a model train show. It was really neat to see all the trains. You will see them in this video. While you are here, you can come with us to train ...…
 
Speaker: Rev. David Breeden Sunday, March 10, 2019 The Polish poet Czeslaw Milosz wrote, “The purpose of poetry is to remind us / how difficult it is to remain just one person.” We all carry multiple and often conflicting stories about our lives. Narrative Therapy is a contemporary technique aimed at helping people rewrite those stories. It’s n ...…
 
Speaker: Joe Hobot, Ed.D. Sunday, March 3, 2019 Generational poverty has affected the urban Native community for decades, and Dr. Hobot sees a need for dramatically different approaches to education to serve this and other marginalized communities. We are pleased to welcome back Dr. Hobot for part 2 of his examination of the Twin Cities America ...…
 
Speaker: Rev. David Breeden Sunday, March 3, 2019 Our time has even been called the “Age of Authenticity” by sociologists. Corporations are paying big money for “authentic messaging.” Everybody, it seems, is working to be their authentic selves. What is it we’re looking for when we are looking for authenticity?…
 
Forum Speaker: Drew Bekius Sunday, February 24, 2019 Drew, a humanist blogger, coach and former president of the Clergy Project, discusses his journey beyond deconversion that is shared by hundreds of post-faith religious leaders around the world.
 
Speaker: Rev. David Breeden Sunday, February 24, 2019 The Code of Hammurabi, the Ten Commandments, the Great Chain of Being, the Voice of the People—how are all these similar? They claim the right to power by presupposing how reality works. But some of us beg to differ. Text (PDF): Decoding Hammurabi…
 
Speakers: Rev. David Breeden and Rev. Kelli Clement Sunday, February 17, 2019 Refections on the “communion” in community. Text (PDF): Breaking Bread
 
Speaker: Rev. Jim Foti Sunday, February 10, 2019 “Who or what is worthy of our trust?” is a question we spend our whole lives asking, as individuals, citizens, and humanists. Rev. Jim explores the ups and downs of making commitments to groups, institutions, and each other.
 
Speaker: Rev. David Breeden Sunday, February 3, 2019 Human relationships are seldom simple. That’s one reason we have a congregational covenant. Still, committing long-term has its challenges. And rewards. Text (PDF): Committing to Commitment
 
Speaker: Rev. David Breeden Sunday, January 27, 2019 There are always predictions about the future. Yet from jetpacks to robots, things often don’t work out as planned. Text (PDF): What Actually Happens
 
Speaker: Rev. David Breeden Sunday, January 6, 2019 Otto von Bismarck is said to have coined the phrase “politics is the art of the possible.” But what is the art of balancing ideals and realpolitik? Text (PDF): Possibility and the Probable
 
Speaker: Rev. Jim Foti Sunday, January 20, 2019 Possibilities are often framed as the pursuit of an ideal, or in terms of individual effort. What if our “what ifs” in these unsteady times focused on a collective realism? Text (PDF): What If . . .
 
Speaker: Rev. Kelli Clement Sunday, January 13, 2019 We can count ourselves kinfolks with humans who have lived through great shifts in history. What can we learn from them, and what is unique to us in our time?
 
Speaker: Joe Hobot, Ed.D. Sunday, January 6, 2019 Native issues have been recently highlighted by the large homeless encampment along Hiawatha Avenue. Dr. Joe Hobot explores the historical causes that brought the encampment into existence. Though generational poverty has affected the urban Indian community for decades, Dr. Hobot sees remarkable ...…
 
Speaker: Rev. David Breeden Sunday, December 30, 2018 Eating humble pie may be good for the ego, but what if you–like Simple Simon in the nursery rhyme—can’t afford it? Text (PDF): A Recipe for Humble Pie
 
Speaker: Rev. Jim Foti Sunday, December 23, 2018 For much of human history, the night was more mysterious than it is now. Has our metaphorical thinking kept up with our, well, enlightenment? Featuring music of the season.
 
Speaker: Rev. David Breeden Sunday, December 16, 2018 Everybody enjoys a good mystery. How much mystery . . . now that’s a different question. Text (PDF): Thats my Mystery
 
Speaker: Rev. David Breeden Sunday, December 9, 2018 You know what awe feels like. But what is the feeling telling us? Text (PDF): Why Is Awe So Awesome?
 
Speaker: Rev. David Breeden Sunday, December 2, 2018 Naturalism calls us to explore mystery, knowing all the while that human understanding has its limits. Text (PDF): Ego, Awe, Humble Heart
 
Speaker: Rev. Kelli Clement Sunday, November 25, 2018 What do we owe to our past and our future?
 
Speaker: Rev. Kelli Clement Sunday, November 25, 2018 What do we owe to our past and our future?
 
Speaker: Rev. Jim Foti Sunday, November 11, 2018 Our recollections, of our lives and of history, inform our perceptions and our expectations. Text (PDF): Memory-Reality-and-Whats-Next
 
Speaker: Dr. William P. Jones. Sunday, November 4 When Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated, he was in Memphis to support African-American sanitation workers on strike for what he called “the dignity of labor.” Dr. Jones explains how that strike gave rise to a Poor People’s movement and why it continues to inspire struggles for racial and e ...…
 
Speaker: Rev. David Breeden Sunday, November 4, 2018 Remembering our own pasts as the events actually happened is not as easy as we . . . remember. Text (PDF): What We Have Done
 
Speaker: Dr. Wally Swan October 28, 2018 The rise of populism in the United States and Europe has brought with it an effort to dismantle the extension of rights to the LGBTQ community. Dr. Swan specializes in public policy, administrative ethics, public and non-profit finance and organization theory and teaches at Walden and Hamline universities.…
 
Speaker: Rev. David Breeden Sunday, October 28, 2018 We are accustomed to the assumption that a free market and a free flow of ideas go hand-in-hand. But what happens when the market for ideas gets flooded or dries up?
 
Speaker: Phil Zuckerman, Professor of Secular Studies, Pitzer College Sunday, October 21, 2018 Many Americans can’t fathom how morality happens in a universe without God. Phil Zuckerman discusses the natural sources of human morality and shows how and why secular ethics work so we.
 
Speaker: Rev. David Breeden Sunday, October 21, 2018 Imagination is one thing. Storytelling is another. But fictional truth is not a thing.
 
Speaker: Rev. Jim Foti Sunday, October 14, 2018 With sanctuary as our theme for the month of October, Rev. Jim will explore the idea of safe spaces – how we create them, whom they’re for, and how humanism has long called on us to make a safer world for all. Text (PDF): Learning as We Go
 
Speaker: Rob Levine Sunday, October 7 Rob Levine tracks the funding of the charter school movement in Minnesota and throughout the country. He will speak about the 25-year history of charter schools in Minnesota, explore who benefits financially and the impact on district public schools, and share his views on ensuring quality education for eve ...…
 
Speaker: Rev. David Breeden Sunday, October 7, 2018 More than one ancient philosophy imagined the human mind as a citadel. That’s not a bad metaphor. Text (PDF): Inner Resources
 
Speaker: Rev. David Breeden Sunday, September 30, 2018 It was the German philosopher GWF Hegel who made talk of progress and the future a fixture of European thought. Is a vision possible without magical thinking? Text (PDF): The Night of Possibility, the Day of Reality
 
Speaker: Dr. Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, with opening remarks by Rev. Kelli Clement and by Waziyatawin Thursday, September 27, 2018 In this public lecture, Dr. Dunbar-Ortiz shared thoughts on her new book “Loaded: A Disarming History of the Second Amendment.” She explored the white supremacist roots of this part of our Constitution that leads to viol ...…
 
Speaker: Sarah Lahm Sunday, September 23, 2018 Lahm, a freelance writer based in Minneapolis, will look at the value of public education in an overwhelming era of school choice. Lahm has worked as a teacher at both the preschool and community college level. Her writing has appeared in national and local publications, including The Progressive a ...…
 
Speaker: Rev. David Breeden Sunday, September 23, 2018 The Autumnal Equinox marks the passing of summer and the arrival of fall. As we head into the waning year, we welcome this poignant season of reflection–prompting us to be more measured in our actions, more intentional about our numbered days, more accountable to the web of life. The abunda ...…
 
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