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Dedicated to expanding the definition of geek culture through individual experience and irreverent commentary, Marginally Geek is a podcast for and about geeks, nerds, and fans that identify as minorities and marginalized identities. It is dedicated to amplifying their voices and commenting on the view from the divergent edges of the geekverse.
 
Weekly sermons of Christ Church, a non-denominational, family-friendly community, committed to helping people Discover Life with God.We have four campuses, one in Lake Forest, IL, one in Highland Park, IL, one in Vernon Hills, IL and one in Grayslake, IL. Our vision is to fuel a movement that reaches people and renews communities. Learn more at https://www.christchurchil.org
 
Jeremy Quinby has been an Integrative Health Specialist for nearly 25 years. In 2014 he became involved in numerous projects across the country exploring better care delivery, vetted local health networks, and the development of a health improvement system as an alternative to our current system of managing care. The Highway to Health Podcast was born out of this, an extension to his 20 year career helping individuals and families become healthier in their day to day lives. His intention, wh ...
 
From literature to carpentry, accounting to space travel, the wood-cased pencil and its ancestor have undeniably been at the center of the creation and innovation for centuries. Join Johnny, Tim and Andy on the Erasable Podcast as they discuss and pay homage to these seemingly simple tools of human expression. Hosted by Johnny Gamber, Tim Wasem and Andy Welfle.
 
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oday we’re keeping it simple with just a Fresh Points episode, covering everything from Blackwing’s rerelease of a pencil they’re still selling, Bob Dylan’s pocket notebooks, pencil t-shirts, and a bevy of recommendations for what Andy should pick up after he finishes his current notebook. Show Notes and Links Erasable Patreon Steal Like an Artist …
 
In this short, Jeremy explains the value to rest to our recovery processes. While exercise is one of the most important tools we have to keep our bodies functioning highly on many levels, over-training can be hard to recognize. If you're feeling fatigued, stiff and cranky - you'll want to tune into this one... Support the show (http://patreon.com/h…
 
Today – on this communion Sunday - we finish the I AM series with Christ’s claim to be the Light of the World. It is one of the many ways that Jesus – who serves, who lives simply, who is so focused on others – points to himself, making the biggest claims possible. In a moment, Mike will be walking us through John 8 when Jesus makes this startling …
 
Today we talk about vintage notebooks, yet another new Blackwing, and mechanical keyboards. But also much to our delight, our friend and creative polymath Tiffany Babb joins the show to talk comics, literary criticism and creativity. Show Notes and Links Erasable Patreon Woodclinched on Etsy Pencil Revolution on Etsy Tiffany’s Website Twitter Insta…
 
Today you will hear from Greg Jao on our I AM series. Greg is an author, speaker, law graduate from Northwestern and currently Jao serves InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA as the Senior Assistant to the President for External Partnerships & Executive Office Communications. In this role, he leads InterVarsity’s efforts to partner with other mini…
 
Jeremy has a conversation with Dr. Jason Sole. Jason has taught criminal justice at Metro State and Hamline Universities in the Twin Cities. He’s also served as the president of the NAACP in Minneapolis, and worked as a criminal justice advisor for the Mayor of St. Paul,. His dedication now is to organizing supporting the lives of people in our com…
 
Jeremy has a conversation with Tad Wanveer, one of his teachers from the world-renowned Upledger Institute founded by Dr. John Upledger. They discuss the science of glial cells and the evolution of understanding of this glial matrix once thought to simply insulate the neurons. They also discuss Tad's book Brain Stars: Illuminating CranioSacral Ther…
 
Andy and Tim have wrested control of the show back away from the devious (yet iconic) duo of Johnny and Charlotte, and we’re talking once again to Noah Bier from Makers Cabinet about their brand new Kickstarter project, a pencil extender called The Ferrule. Show Notes and Links Erasable Patreon Episode 111: Eiffel Tower Points The Ferrule on Kickst…
 
Today, we focus on the resurrection of Jesus from the dead, which is the pivot point of history and, along with his crucifixion is the pivot point of the Bible. In so many ways, much of both the Old and New Testament are pointing to this moment. In the sermon today, which is part of the I AM series, there are two texts: 1 Corinthians 15 and John 11…
 
You might notice something…strange about this week’s podcast. Do not adjust your podcatcher. What you are hearing is happening in Real Life and in Real Time. YOUR PODCAST HAS BEEN USURPED. PENCIL IS SILLY Transcript Charlotte: Charlotte. Do you need a pencil? No, I have a pen. (Erasable theme) Johnny: Hello. Hello and welcome to Episode 160 of the …
 
Jeremy has a conversation with Nadine Artemis, author of Holistic Dental Care and Renegade Beauty, and founder of Living Libations about the science behind holistic dental practices. They discuss the interconnectedness between oral health, the gut and heart health. She offers simple and cost effective ways to better oral health as well as common pr…
 
Dr. Aaron Babb returns to the show to discuss the risks and benefits of the Covid-19 vaccines currently being used to prevent complications related to the Novel Coronavirus. He presents the science behind how mRNA vaccines work, and what he is recommending to patients with concerns about their safety and efficacy. Support the show (http://patreon.c…
 
As part of our vision to fuel a movement to reach people and renew communities, one of the things we are committed to is helping to launch people into ministry. Given how close we are located to Trinity International University, that means that we have lots of Trinity students around. And so once a year we set aside a weekend and invite seminary st…
 
As part of our vision to fuel a movement to reach people and renew communities, one of the things we are committed to is helping to launch people into ministry. Given how close we are located to Trinity International University, that means that we have lots of Trinity students around. And so once a year we set aside a weekend and invite seminary st…
 
Since our recording schedule and the Blackwing and Field Notes quarterly release schedule didn’t line up, we’re keeping it short today to talk about fresh points: zines, old city street guides, and an exciting announcement about the 8th issue of Plumbago Magazine. Show Notes & Links: Erasable Patreon Plumbago 8 T-Shirts Warlight The Poets & Writers…
 
Jeremy has a conversation with Luke and Ali Peterson of Peterson Farms. Luke is a certified organic farmer using regenerative practices for the 700 acres, integrating a grass-fed beef herd. Ali is a Family Nurse Practitioner at the rural health clinic in Dawson, MN. Together they discuss basics of regenerative farming and how it could hold the key …
 
We begin a new sermon series on the "I AM" statements of Jesus. These are seven ways that Jesus described himself. Ben looks at John 6 where Jesus says, "I AM the bread of life." This is more than Jesus providing for our physical needs. He provides for the deepest spiritual need of our lives. We look forward to hearing more in just a moment.…
 
Let’s get to the point: what good are pencils that aren’t sharp? Tonight, we take another look at sharpeners, the ones we love, the ones we recommend, the ones you might want to avoid. Also, check out our 2021 Erasable Podcast t-shirt campaign! Show Notes & Links Erasable Patreon Woodclinched on Etsy Pencil Revolution on Etsy Somebody Feed Phil For…
 
In the final chapter, God helped Jonah see Ninevah the way He sees Ninevah—with compassion. Through this story, there’s an invitation for us to consider what things we feel most compassionate toward, and recognize that’s a glimpse of the compassion God feels toward the world. We need to see the world the way God sees the world.…
 
Sometimes there are pencils that you almost love. Almost. Something holds you back, and you just can’t get these pencils to work out for you. Tonight, we examine the pencils that almost make it to our best-of lists but which we nonetheless loathe. Show Notes & Links Erasable Patreon A Swim In a Pond in the Rain Nathaniel Rateliff SNL Mudlarking Mis…
 
In this episode Jeremy has a conversation with Sue Hitzman, exercise physiologist, manual therapist, educator and founder of The MELT Method. They discuss the importance of having a daily self-care practice and ways to counteract the effects of stressors on the body. Together they share what they've learned from more than 50+ years of combined expe…
 
We continue our walk through the book of Jonah. When the storm arose on Jonah’s ship, they tried to figure out who was to blame. Jonah took the fall (in the ultimate way), but was his accountability sincere? In what ways did Jonah’s decision to give up his life point forward towards Jesus’ death on our behalf? Join us as we explore Jonah 1:11-17 an…
 
Jeremy shares his conversation from 2018 with Jay Walljasper, former editor of the Utne Reader for 15 years, and internationally known for his writing about the importance of designing neighborhoods that thrive. In the last decade of his 40 years in journalism, Jay poured much of his energy into writing, speaking and thinking about how we can make …
 
In this short season preview, Jeremy checks in , shares what he's been up to during his month off the mic and what to look forward to in Season 7 of the show, including the new website now live (see link below). The theme to this season is the Highway to Health community, how we can support each other, we've learned from the past 6 seasons, and how…
 
Tonight’s guest is someone we’ve wanted to have on the podcast since the beginning. Working from home has made the impossible (because of time zones) possible! Luke Sinclair joins us all the way from Australia to talk about his wonderful art and a little about sharpening pencils with a knife. Show Notes and Links Erasable Patreon Luke’s blog Creati…
 
Since 1984, the third Sunday in January has been recognized as a day to celebrate life, to champion the dignity of the unborn and to stand alongside those women who make the sometimes very difficult decision to carry a baby to term. In light of this, today we will be taking a break from our series on Jonah, and Pastor Mike will be looking at the su…
 
We are in a series from the book of Jonah, a prophet assigned to speak to Israel’s enemy, to inform them that they were frightfully misguided and that they needed to repent. Indeed, that if they did not treat others most justly and graciously that God would move against them. All of that seems particularly appropriate because tomorrow is Martin Lut…
 
Happy New Year! It’s been a few weeks, and we’re dipping into 2021 tonight with a non-topical episode featuring updates, zines, and predictions for the New Year. Show Notes and Links Erasable Patreon 404 Magazine on Etsy Pencil Revolution on Etsy Steve Earle’s J.T. Ken Burns’ Civil War Marie Howe, What the Living Do Maggie Smith, Good Bones Zen and…
 
It’s a new year and Mike is about to launch a new series – one based on Jonah. If you know anything about the book, you likely think it’s about the fish. Well, not really. This is a surprising, profound, disruptive, unsettling, timely and important book – one that tells us a lot about God and more than you might think about ourselves. It says very …
 
We’re taking a short break from publishing, but in the meantime, check out a preview of our latest episode of The Indelible Podcast, a Patreon-only podcast where we talk about pens! This episode is all about the ubiquitous Bic Cristal: a history, some variants, and more trivia. Become a Patreon supporter at any level to access this and other episod…
 
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