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A podcast which shares, discusses and analyzes the best in video game music from all different generations. Topics of discussion include: composition, melody, harmony, chords and rhythm, as well as technical aspects, such as hardware limitations and production. Enjoy a new episode every Monday!
 
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hosted by Marty & Will Brueggemann #moviemusic
 
This is a series about leaving a culture of scarcity for a community of abundance. The Common Good is where change agents, community facilitators, and faith and service leaders meet at the intersections of belonging, story, and local gifts. This first season is a series of interviews with Walter Brueggemann, Peter Block, and John McKnight. More information on these three, the Common Good Fellowship program, and the Common Good Reader at commongood.ccCommon Good Podcast is a coproduction of c ...
 
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In partnership with Common Change (commonchange.com), The Hive has been producing Common Good Podcast. The third episode of the first season tackled the topics of sabbath and scale and, therefore, was a contribution we wanted to include on the From The Hive podcast. Common Good Podcast (commongood.cc/podcast) is conversations at the intersectio ...…
 
In part 2 of Restore we talk about our soul’s need for rest and what it means to take a sabbath in our frenetic, digitally-addicted world today. Restore series dives deeper into Psalm 23 and what it means to restore our souls through God's presence and finding rest in Him. Book Recommendations: Sabbath as Resistance – Walter Brueggemann The Res ...…
 
Dr. Varun Soni is the Dean of Religious Life at the University of Southern California (USC) and the first Hindu to serve as the chief religious leader of an American university. Find out more at varunsoni.comIf you don't have time now to listen to everything, feel free to skip ahead to where the meditation begins at 38:00 and then come back lat ...…
 
Marty Solomon and Brent Billings challenge the typical understanding of the voice of Isaiah, taking a look at the servant discourse in chapters 40–54. Out of Babylon by Walter Brueggemann
 
Director Paul Brueggemann, assistant director Vincent Morrison, and writers Shanna Shotwell and Jason R. Wallace with live commentary on Seminar episode 79.
 
Director Paul Brueggemann, assistant director Vincent Morrison, and writers Shanna Shotwell and Jason R. Wallace with live commentary on Seminar episode 79.
 
“...though Lot perhaps had the better land, yet Abram had the better title. Lot had the paradise, such as it was, but Abram had the promise...” — Matthew Henry “The vocation of Abraham is to live in an economy of promise...The family of Abraham is called to be heirs, not predators, purchasers, or thieves.” — Walter Brueggemann Service Date: Jan ...…
 
The Helping Triangle developed in this chapter is what Legerton and Castelloe 1999 call an organic model, “…one developed primarily through active participation in social life e.g., primarily through practice rather than independence from social life e.g., primarily through academic reflection.” In the Introduction, we saw how people helping pe ...…
 
The Helping Triangle developed in this chapter is what Legerton and Castelloe 1999 call an organic model, “…one developed primarily through active participation in social life e.g., primarily through practice rather than independence from social life e.g., primarily through academic reflection.” In the Introduction, we saw how people helping pe ...…
 
The Helping Triangle developed in this chapter is what Legerton and Castelloe 1999 call an organic model, “…one developed primarily through active participation in social life e.g., primarily through practice rather than independence from social life e.g., primarily through academic reflection.” In the Introduction, we saw how people helping pe ...…
 
The Helping Triangle developed in this chapter is what Legerton and Castelloe 1999 call an organic model, “…one developed primarily through active participation in social life e.g., primarily through practice rather than independence from social life e.g., primarily through academic reflection.” In the Introduction, we saw how people helping pe ...…
 
The Helping Triangle developed in this chapter is what Legerton and Castelloe 1999 call an organic model, “…one developed primarily through active participation in social life e.g., primarily through practice rather than independence from social life e.g., primarily through academic reflection.” In the Introduction, we saw how people helping pe ...…
 
The Helping Triangle developed in this chapter is what Legerton and Castelloe 1999 call an organic model, “…one developed primarily through active participation in social life e.g., primarily through practice rather than independence from social life e.g., primarily through academic reflection.” In the Introduction, we saw how people helping pe ...…
 
The Helping Triangle developed in this chapter is what Legerton and Castelloe 1999 call an organic model, “…one developed primarily through active participation in social life e.g., primarily through practice rather than independence from social life e.g., primarily through academic reflection.” In the Introduction, we saw how people helping pe ...…
 
A sermon preached by Rev. Ginger E. Gaines-Cirelli at Foundry UMC December 3, 2017, the first Sunday of Advent. Texts: Isaiah 64:1-9, Mark 13:24-37 Today we begin a new Christian year. Just as there is a unique Chinese calendar and Jewish calendar (and many others across cultures), the Christian community has its own cycle of seasons to give sh ...…
 
In this study, Jon Brueggemann teaches on the time around the transfiguration of Jesus Christ. Jon does a great job painting pictures in our minds so we can learn and remember. Have a blessed week! www.revivaltabernaclene.org
 
What does God say about finances? What power does money hold in God's upside down kingdom? Is there really enough to go around in God's economy? In this episode of Upside Down Podcast, we unpack ideas of faith, church, and western culture as it relates to money. Is there guilt and shame surrounding Christians when they think about money? Or are ...…
 
Transcript: Michael Winters: Today should be a lot of fun. I'm really excited to have these folks here to speak with us. I'm glad for kind of the environment we're in, this is hopefully gonna be a great opportunity for interaction and conversation, for you to speak up and ask questions. And so I encourage you, as our speakers are speaking, if y ...…
 
Live from the side of a building in Perth, Jarrod McKenna returns to the show discuss why he's hanging from the side of a building, Walter Brueggemann, sacraments, racism, prophetic acts, #LoveMakesaWay, and the 606 asylum seekers on Manus Island. #evacuatemanus
 
In this audio feature, the Rev. Gordon Stewart compares Thomas Aquinas' experience at Paris University with today's Liberty University. From Gordon's Book, BE STILL! Departures from Collective Madness.Amazon link.Endorsed by Walter Brueggemann, Frank Yamada, Lucy Forster-Smith, and others.By The Rev. Gordon Stewart.
 
Malcolm Gladwell hosts a popular podcast called “Revisionist History” in which he reconsiders the popular retellings of historical events. The past often deserves a second look, and we can benefit from questioning the ways that we have typically heard biblical stories. Regarding our text from Genesis, do we have Joseph’s story correct? Is Josep ...…
 
By Chris Fillingham 2nd in the series inspired by Brueggemann's Spirituality of the Psalms. A sermon on Psalm 13. Sermon Text Please allow up to 10 seconds for audio to load.
 
The Rev. Gordon Stewart offers an audio essay reflecting on the story of Dr. Kosuke Koyama and Hiroshima Day, August 6, the day the bomb was dropped. From Gordon's Book, BE STILL! Departures from Collective Madness.Amazon link.Endorsed by Walter Brueggemann, Frank Yamada, Lucy Forster-Smith, and others.…
 
Jeff and Jonny speak with Walter Brueggemann, who is surely one of the most influential Bible interpreters of our time. He has authored over one hundred books and numerous scholarly articles. He continues to be a highly sought-after speaker. We called Dr. B at home and had about a 45 minute conversation about how the church might be a presence ...…
 
In this audio feature, the Rev. Gordon Stewart reflects on manatees, Blue Springs State Park in Florida. From Gordon's Book, BE STILL! Departures from Collective Madness.Amazon link.Endorsed by Walter Brueggemann, Frank Yamada, Lucy Forster-Smith, and others.By The Rev. Gordon Stewart.
 
Director Paul Brueggemann and writers Dave Morgan and Joshua Bridges with live commentary on Seminar episode 75.
 
Director Paul Brueggemann and writers Dave Morgan and Joshua Bridges with live commentary on Seminar episode 75.
 
06/25/2017 Psalm 8 Chris Breslin “Here is the world. Beautiful and terrible things will happen. Don’t be afraid.” -Frederick Buechner “There are no ordinary people. You have never talked to a mere mortal. Nations, cultures, arts, civilization—these are mortal, and their life is to ours as the life of a gnat. But it is immortals whom we joke wit ...…
 
This week, NGI shines the spotlight on new remixes from KWED, OverClocked ReMix, and the Dwelling of Duels, heads down Artist Alley with a look at Blind Spot, and features a selection of remixes from Splatoon and the new Amiga synthwave/cyberpunk album Project Paula! 01. WillRock – Nitroglycerin Injection (Theme of KNGI :: SoundCloud) 02. ... C ...…
 
This week, NGI shines the spotlight on new remixes from KWED, OverClocked ReMix, and the Dwelling of Duels, heads down Artist Alley with a look at Blind Spot, and features a selection of remixes from Splatoon and the new Amiga synthwave/cyberpunk album Project Paula! 01. WillRock – Nitroglycerin Injection (Theme of KNGI :: SoundCloud) 02. ... C ...…
 
“Lament is the antidote of denial.” – Walter Brueggemann This episode Tripp and Nathan talk to Erin Schendzielos about new project her and the Shelter50 Publishing Collective are working on with Walter Brueggemann – Antidote: Interruptions of Lament and of New Originary Stirrings. This project was inspired by the Adult VBS Walter did at the Hat ...…
 
In this Sunday service Jon Brueggemann ministers on the events of the end times. He also shows through scripture how God protects his children when He pours his wrath out on the Earth. We hope you find this teaching to be a blessing. www.revivaltabernaclene.org
 
In this Sunday service Jon Brueggemann ministers on the events of the end times. He also shows through scripture how God protects his children when He pours his wrath out on the Earth. We hope you find this teaching to be a blessing. www.revivaltabernaclene.org
 
This is the third episode of how God Uses People from Jon Brueggemann. In this study, Jon shows that when God needs something done, he calls on His people for help. Listen to Jon as teaches on Jonah, Moses, Noah and others. This is a great Bible study that reminds us that God uses us too! Have a blessed week!…
 
Episode 88 - Herrmann, Williams or Zimmer? Marty and Will Brueggemann (Underscore Podcast) join Erik Woods and Christopher Coleman to discuss the results of the recent Tracksounds' Twitter polls which asked, "Which composer has had the most impact on film music: Bernard Herrmann, John Williams, or Hans Zimmer?" In addition to discussing the sur ...…
 
Director Paul Brueggemann and writers Pete Lutz and Gabrielle Phelan with live commentary on Seminar episode 74.
 
In this episode, Kurt is joined by Walter Brueggemann, the William Marcellus McPheeters Professor Emeritus of Old Testament at Columbia Theological Seminary. He is also an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ, and has authored numerous books including, “Names for the Messiah," "Journey to the Common Good," "A Way Other Than Our Own, ...…
 
This week's podcast is a discussion of the state of the Bible in the mainline church with Old Testament scholar and theologian Walter Brueggemann.
 
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