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1 John 4:8 instructs us that god is love. Therefore, since god is love, then what greater aspirations should there be than to love one another. As Jesus gave the ultimate sacrifice because of his love for us. We also embrace the instructions from Galatians 5:6 that faith worketh by love. Henceforth, it is our duty to teach god’s people how to love and take that love into the world to win souls.
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EcoJustice Radio presents environmental and climate stories from a social justice frame, featuring voices not necessarily heard on mainstream media. Our purpose is to amplify community voices, broaden the reach of grassroots-based movements, and inspire action. We investigate solutions for social, environmental, and climate issues with an eye to advance human health, steward wild landscapes, and solve the climate crisis across the USA and the world. Featured weekly on KPFK Los Angeles and KP ...
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The BYU-Idaho Radio Podcast includes local news, interviews, and BYU-Idaho devotional addresses. Check out our other podcasts for more content: BYU-Idaho Radio Headlines, BYU-Idaho Radio's The Spot, and BYU-Idaho Disciple Journeys.
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SERVING PURPOSE FOR CHRISTIANS | FIND FULFILLMENT | BE SUCCESSFUL | MAKE AN IMPACT The Must-listen to Podcast for Christians Who Want to serve purpose for God **** FAITH PODCAST**** Do you want to find fulfillment in life? Do you want to be successful in areas of you life? Are you sick of just going to work, day after day with no satisfaction? Are you seeking for more in your life, something worth living for? There’s a way to live a life that glorifies God and still work or run that business ...
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The Sidewalk Chalk Festival is coming to Idaho falls this Saturday, giving a chance to local chalk artists to win some big prizes. Chloe O'Laughlin, who works as the communications director for the Art Museum of eastern Idaho, explains all the amazing activities that will be going on during the festival.…
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Adam Bair, who works as a program director for the applied business management program at BYU-Idaho, gave this week’s devotional address. His address is titled, ‘Lessons in Hope.’ In this interview he goes into more detail about the different lessons he shares and how it can help students in their journeys.…
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We talked with Rosanna Xia, Los Angeles Times environmental reporter in 2023, as she delves into the realities and solutions to sea level rise in her book California Against the Sea, Visions for Our Vanishing Sea.Wherever land meets sea, global warming is wreaking havoc. As the ocean absorbs heat generated by the burning of fossil fuels and its att…
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BYU-Idaho's Art Department usually puts on a student art show every 4th semester in the Jacob Spori Art Gallery which allows students to showcase their artwork, be awarded cash prizes and gain experience.Going forward, the Spori Gallery art show and the student art show will take place once every two semesters, giving students more frequent opportu…
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John Fisher, who works at BYU-Idaho as the associate dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, gave this week’s devotional titled, “Trust in Him: Making Critical Decisions Correctly.” In this interview with BYU-Idaho radio, he delves deeper into his address and teaches students that they can do the hard things- with a little help from t…
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We welcome Osprey Orielle Lake, Founder and Executive Director of the Women's Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN) [https://www.wecaninternational.org/] to discuss her recent book The Story is in Our Bones: How Worldviews and Climate Justice Can Remake a World in Crisis.It is a prescient time to return to Nature. To remember and act from ancest…
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Rexburg Community Theatre is putting on Shakespeare in the Park. They will perform “Macbeth” this coming weekend at Porter Park. Entrance is free to whomever would like to watch. In this interview with BYU-Idaho Radio, Director Lucas Buchanan, the actors for Macbeth, Andrew Sparks, and Lady Macbeth, Amanda Newman share what the rehearsal process wa…
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Jennifer Hunter, who works as a curriculum designer for BYU-Idaho, gave the devotional address at the university. In her talk she discusses the importance of increasing one’s spiritual capacity. In this interview with BYU-Idaho Radio, she delves further into the importance of acting on spiritual revelation and the unforeseen consequences that can c…
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BYU-Idaho is making some major changes to its library. The McKay Library is being fully remodeled and renovated to help students have the proper resources that they need. The project, which starts this August, is estimated to finish in around 2 and a half years. Chris Olsen, the University Librarian, and Michael Gentry, the Department Chair of Acad…
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On this show, we discuss how we can revolutionize architecture and landscape design by emulating Nature’s genius. From an interview we did in 2023, our guest Ecological Architect Carl Welty [https://carlweltyarchitects.com/], paints a picture of ancient cities oriented to the sun’s movements, capturing its energy without machines. Modern city desig…
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Under the direction of their conductor, Dr. Robert Tueller, BYU-Idaho's Symphony Orchestra is set to perform a concert tonight. In this interview, Dr. Tueller talks about his love for music, the rehearsal process with students, and some of his highlights for the upcoming concert.By BYU-Idaho Radio
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In this interview from 2023, we delve into the harrowing experience of wildfires and their aftermath with author and poet Margaret Elysia Garcia. Join us as we explore her poetic journey through loss, resilience, and the stark realities of climate change. Margaret shares her poignant poetry from her chapbook "Burn Scars" and discusses the impact of…
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Sister Andrea Muñoz Spannaus who serves as the Second Counselor of the Young Women’s General Presidency for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints gave the devotional address today. Her address was centered around the importance of heeding divine messages, recognizing the urgency of the Lord’s work and drawing closer to Christ through pray…
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Sister Andrea Muñoz Spannaus who serves as the Second Counselor of the Young Women’s General Presidency for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints gave the devotional address at BYU-Idaho today. In this interview with BYU-Idaho Radio, she goes into depth about her message and shares further thoughts about her address.…
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Author Jason Lamont Jones is releasing his long-awaited book, “One Day a Year” tomorrow. His book shows themes of mystery, romance and time travel and it is all centered around The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ pioneer history. In this interview, he talks about his writing process and the journey to finally publishing his work .…
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The Keya Wakpala Woicageyapi Housing Community is a "master-planned development" consisting of single family housing types designed to reflect and celebrate Siċaŋġu Lak̇ota culture. The Siċaŋġu see a world where health and wholeness of body, mind and spirit are connected to the earth, stars and all relations. Keya Wakpala is one example of living t…
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This Saturday at the Grand Targhee Resort, the “Wrun for Wray” race will be hosted in celebration of the legacy and memory of Wray Landon. This year's race director, Michelino Sunseri, shares detail about planning the race and all the amazing activities that will be available.By BYU-Idaho Radio
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Recently the word ‘curtailment’ has been in the media in connection with those in the agriculture industry, ground and surface water users, and the Idaho Department of Water Resources. Curtailments or a restriction of groundwater pumping, usually happen when there is a prediction of a water supply shortage, and simply put groundwater users with jun…
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Ronald and Rebecca Craven spoke at BYU-Idaho’s devotional today. Sister Craven, who formerly served as the Second Counselor in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ Young Women’s General Presidency, spoke on humble leadership, and Brother Craven, who formerly served as the Mission President in the North Carolina Charlotte Mission, spoke …
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In the words of Terence McKenna, since the rise of western monotheism the human experience has been marginalized. We have been told that we were unimportant in the cosmic drama when one considers the power of creation of the one God. But we now know as the global temperatures rise and glaciers melt from the burning of fossil fuels and the feedback …
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American Idol winner Iam Tongi performed a sold-out concert at BYU-Idaho Center Stage last Friday. In this interview with BYU-Idaho Radio, he goes into depth about his experience on the show, his writing process, and how his faith as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints affects his music career.…
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