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Selections from the Martyrs Mirror is a podcast that contains readings from the Martyrs Mirror. The Martyrs Mirror is a collection of stories of nonresistant Christians who gave up their lives rather than deny their Savior. Contact me at martyrsmirrorpodcast@gmail.com Other links www.pilgrimministry.org Intro music by Altar of Praise Chorale from the album Fresh From the Throne of Glory www.altarofpraisestudios.com
 
The Redemptive Edge features conversations with entrepreneurs about creativity, sacrifice, faith, and risk. Host Andy Crouch talks with founders about the triumphs, setbacks, and epiphanies of their startup journey; about the role of sacrifice in the work of restoration; and about how their Christian imagination and practices have shaped their work. A production of Praxis and Narrativo.
 
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"You don't have to justify your place. This is your voice. And you have all the right to talk about God the way you want to talk..." Lecturer in Theology and Politics at Lancaster University and Church of England minister - Anderson Jeremiah joins Azariah and Winnie to talk God and race, home, 'Lament to Action', being black and outsiders in the Ch…
 
At the end of January, Republican congressman Kevin McCarthy made a trip to Mar-a-Lago. It marked the end of a moment in the weeks after the January 6th insurrection when it seemed like the party might have split from Donald Trump. The Washington Post’s Robert Costa and Bob Woodward write about the fallout from January 6th in their new book, ‘Peril…
 
The theme of this year’s Come out with Pride event in Orlando is ‘Unified By Pride,’ which executive director Tatiana Quiroga says represents an incredibly diverse community. Quiroga says this year’s in-person event is a welcome return after the pandemic forced a change of plans last year. But the joy is tempered by reflection on a year of setbacks…
 
This week Walt Disney World kicks off more than a year of celebration to mark the 50th anniversary of the Magic Kingdom. Walt Disney didn’t live to see his dream for a Florida theme park become a reality but his vision has transformed the region’s economy, landscape and culture. On this episode of Intersection we take a closer look at the impact of…
 
Nelson Cardenas and Marisela Rodriguez are visual artists who celebrate their Hispanic heritage through their work. Cardenas pays homage to Frida Kahlo and other Latin American cultural heroes, while Rodriguez’s paintings evoke an idealized Cuba. Their works are part of an exhibition at the City of Oakland for Hispanic Heritage Month. Cardenas and …
 
In this episode of the podcast Corey interviews Dr. Chris Dodson.Dr. Dodson holds a Ph.D from the University of Aberdeen and is the author of "The God Who Is Given: Dietrich Bonhoeffer's Sacramental Theology and Religionless Christianity."In the interview we cover how Dr. Dodson discovered Bonhoeffer and provide an overview of his book "The God Who…
 
Florida’s manatees are dying at an alarming rate with more than 900 deaths reported so far this year, and most of them in the Indian River Lagoon. Conservation groups are scrambling to save the manatees- and lobbying to get them put back on the US fish and wildlife endangered list. On this episode of Intersection, host Matthew Peddie talks with WMF…
 
On Saturday America marks 20 years since 9/11. Survivors and families of the victims continue to tell the stories of those who died that day. For Anthony Gardner, whose brother was killed at the World Trade Center, now it’s more important than ever to teach the history of 9-11 and celebrate the legacy of those who lost their lives. On this episode …
 
"I can’t separate the black part of me from the gay part pf me, from the British part of me. It’s all one part of me…" Theologian and activist Jarel Robinson-Brown joins Azariah France Williams and Winnie Varghese for lively conversation about God and race - ((G)race). "It’s not possible to compartmentalise parts of me… I can’t compartmentalise fai…
 
The number of patients hospitalized with COVID in Florida is starting to decline, but hospitals are still under extreme stress. On this episode of Intersection we talk with medical staff on the front lines of the surge about the toll the pandemic is taking. AdventHealth Orlando’s director of high risk pregnancy care, Dr Rachel Humphrey joins the pr…
 
As the COVID-19 surge continues, the rhetoric around mask wearing shows no signs of cooling down. Meanwhile more school districts are defying the governor’s order banning mask mandates and requiring students to wear masks- at least for the next few weeks. On this episode of Intersection, host Matthew Peddie talks with Dr. Ross McKinney, chief scien…
 
ianacare Co-Founder & CEO Jessica Kim and Praxis Co-Founder & CEO Dave Blanchard—both serial business entrepreneurs—introduce our latest Praxis Playbook at the 2021 Praxis Academy. The Redemptive Business is the third in our playbook series, following A Rule of Life for Redemptive Entrepreneurs, and The Redemptive Nonprofit. Jessica and Dave served…
 
Coronavirus continues to surge in Florida, with more than 140,000 new cases reported statewide in the last seven days, and more than 17,000 hospitalized with COVID, according to the CDC. And with breakthrough cases continuing to emerge, the federal government is rolling out booster shots for the fully vaccinated- even as efforts continue to get sho…
 
COVID-19 cases are spiking in Florida- and hospitals are filling up. Hospitalization numbers have surged past last year’s peak, with hotspots in Jacksonville, Central and South Florida. On this episode of Intersection, host Matthew Peddie talks with Justin Senior, CEO of the Safety Net Hospital Alliance of Florida, about how the surge is stressing …
 
“I was being introduced to organising before I knew what was organising… I organised a movement to make sure students had a voice… I believe that organising has implications for how we do church…” Glenna J. Huber is Rector of the Church of the Epiphany, Washington DC and previously Vicar at the Holy Nativity Episcopal Church, Baltimore. "I remember…
 
The new school year is about to start and students, teachers and parents are facing many of the same uncertainties that they were last August. Vaccines are now widely available, but coronavirus has come roaring back, driven by the highly infectious delta variant. And the polarized politics around masks is adding to the tension. On this episode of I…
 
In this episode of the podcast Corey interviews Dr. Joel Looper.Dr. Looper (Ph.D, University of Aberdeen) works as Adjunct Faculty for Baylor University and the Coordinator for Shalom Mission Communities. Dr. Looper is also the author of "Bonhoeffer's America: A Land Without Reformation."In the interview we cover how Dr. Looper discovered Bonhoeffe…
 
Coronavirus cases are spiking across the US once more, and Florida is emerging as the new epicenter of the pandemic. On Tuesday Florida reported more than 16,000 new cases. Orange County mayor Jerry Demings has declared a state of emergency, mandating vaccinations for county employees and urging residents to mask up. Meanwhile Disney World is requi…
 
In 1999, Black farmers won a landmark civil rights case against the US government… but Orlando attorney Greg Francis says there’s still more to be done in the path to equity in agriculture. Francis has a book out about the case-and the settlement he won for those farmers- called Just Harvest. On this episode of Intersection host Matthew Peddie talk…
 
Demonstrators showing solidarity with Cuban protesters took to the streets in Orlando this week. On Tuesday night they blocked Semoran Boulevard for about an hour until police told them to move off the roadway. One person was arrested. On this episode of Intersection we talk to Orlando Police Chief Orlando Rolón about how his department is handling…
 
In this episode of the podcast Corey interviews Dr. Dianne Rayson.Dr. Rayson holds a PhD in Theology from The University of Newcastle. She lectures in several universities following a career in public health and social policy in Australia and the Pacific and is the author of "Bonhoeffer and Climate Change: Theology and Ethics for the Anthropocene."…
 
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