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Located in Isabela, Puerto Rico, Our Podcast aimed for everyone. A Voice In The Desert motto is “Everyone’s welcome because nobody’s perfect, but we believe that anything’s possible.” A Voice in The Desert aims to be culturally relevant when talking about God’s Word in Our Time. Plus a lot of other very important topics to our times. Our Church is located at Carr. 110 KM 21.6,Ceiba Baja,Aguadilla.
 
The Response is a podcast series from Shareable.net exploring how to build collective resilience in the wake of disasters The podcast is part of a broader series from Shareable which includes a documentary film, articles, and a book. Find out more at www.shareable.net/the-response
 
A weekly show that is all about personal growth and how you can make something out of nothing by stopping to appreciate the lessons and help from family, friends and sometimes strangers. I talk about my own experiences as a Puerto Rican growing up in the Bronx. I peel back the layers to see what these experiences taught me. I'll also feature guests ranging from my wife, in-laws, siblings, good friends, former teachers, ex-bosses, mentors, co-workers and some old classmates as well.
 
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Last weekend, mutual aid organizers from all over the world gathered together for the Solidarity Summit. Hosted by Humans United for Mutual Aid Networks (or HUMANS), the virtual event took place in order to build skills, relationships, and momentum while benefiting local work. During the Summit, we co-hosted a 2-part session which began with a scre…
 
Sí, todo el mundo ha estado preguntando sobre la parte 2 del Conocimiento de Dios. Faltaba una confusión en el estudio y los técnicos. Para decirte la verdad, nada de lo anterior. En A Voice in the Desert decidimos no transmitir este porque queríamos atraerlo con esta parte 2 de la Serie El conocimiento de Dios. Sabemos que te bendecirá mucho.…
 
Yes, everyone has been asking about part 2 the Knowledge of God. It's missing was there a mix up in the studio and the technicians. To tell you the Truth it none of the above. We at A Voice in the Desert decided to not broadcast this one because we wanted to entice you with this part 2 of the Series knowledge of God. We know it will bless you great…
 
"Harm reduction is not just service delivery, it's not just a set of techniques, it's not just a viewpoint of how to engage problematic drug use or sex or whatever have you, it's also part of a social movement that looks for a more just world for drug users, sex workers — that population. So it has a social critique saying, no shit, this is not rig…
 
Pablo advierte a Timoteo de esta inclinación de la humanidad hacia un desprecio por la verdad bíblica. En 2 Timoteo 4: 3, escribe: “Porque vendrá el tiempo cuando no soportarán la sana doctrina; pero queriendo que les hagan cosquillas en los oídos, acumularán para sí maestros de acuerdo a sus propios deseos ”. Pastor, ese momento ha llegado; ese mo…
 
Paul warns Timothy of this bent in humanity toward a disregard for biblical truth. In 2 Timothy 4:3, he writes, “For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but wanting to have their ears tickled, they will accumulate for themselves teachers in accordance to their own desires.” Pastor, that time has come; that time is now.…
 
Over the course of producing three seasons of The Response podcast, we’ve explored how natural hazards and other disruptions disproportionately impact marginalized communities at length. But one population we haven’t discussed before is people who use drugs. There is still so much stigma associated with using illegal and legal drugs despite the fac…
 
A groundswell of grassroots action emerged in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. At first, hidden beneath the surface, the community-led response grew rapidly in scope and scale; often forming spontaneously by individuals and groups who recognized the immediate needs of those around them. It’s become such a widespread trend that the term “mutual ai…
 
“As an undocumented immigrant, you realize that the police, the sheriff, the system — everything — we’re outside of that. But when Undocufund started and we saw so many people helping from all kinds of different places, we realized that although we’re outside the system, we’re not outside the community. And that the community supports us. We know n…
 
Unhoused populations are struggling to find enough to eat. Farmers are faced with both surplus produce and lower incomes as they are left without places to sell. Individuals have a renewed desire to plant gardens as they grapple with long grocery lines and rising food prices. In short, the pandemic is surfacing many of the systemic issues in the gl…
 
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