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The Arts of Language Podcast, with Institute for Excellence in Writing’s founder Andrew Pudewa, is a weekly podcast to support teachers of writing composition. Our goal is to equip teachers and teaching parents with methods and materials which will aid them in training their students to become confident and competent communicators and thinkers.
 
Join us as we delve into the principles and practices of homeschool Morning Time aka Morning Basket or Circle Time. With both experts in their fields and mentor-moms, we will discuss everything from how to choose the right books for a wide age range, to how to memorize a poem, to how to get the kids to sit still. All your burning Morning Time questions answered right here -- every other Tuesday.
 
Join me in a series of Homeschool Conversations: interviews with real-life homeschool moms, dads, and other educators on all sorts of topics that affect our lives as homeschool parents. We’ll discuss educational philosophy, family life, and more. Come chat with us! Host Amy Sloan, a 2nd-generation homeschool mom of 5, brings a unique perspective from both the homeschool mom and student point of view. This is a podcast sure to encourage every homeschool mom!
 
A new podcast series about the people who built the rainbow, created space and held their own! Discover the artists and activists, performers and politicians and the pivotal moments that impacted how Queers live today. Featuring: Greg Malone of CBC's CODCO, Jane Rule with Linda Morra (PhD), Sex Garage, Small Town Prides, Hot Chocolate by Claudy Philius, author and AIDS historian Sarah Schulman, ACT UP MTL founders Blane Charles and Michael Hendricks, Montreal's 'Park of Hope' AIDS memorial, ...
 
In the 'Together with God Podcast', we'll be exploring issues of faith in the family, focusing on the role of parents and churches in supporting the faith of the young. We'll share a conversation with a thinker or practitioner each month, exploring issues such as family worship, intergenerational church, and raising kids in an age of cultural change.
 
My Wife Is In This Room is a podcast about post-Bachelor life hosted by newlyweds Liz and Ross. Join them as they take a weekly deep dive into all things The Bachelor, recapping the latest episodes and the latest gossip, and peering into the souls of 25 year-old dental hygienists so you don't have to. New episodes drop Wednesdays in 2017.
 
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The Revelation Project

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The Revelation Project

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The Revelation Project is both an individual and holistic movement that lifts the barriers from everything that keep women from knowing their inherent wholeness and remembering that we are both human and divine. The Revelation Project Podcast explores alternative narratives to traditional patriarchal influences and investigates vulnerable and courageous topics that reveal the deeper truth. We believe that life is a revelation project and what gets revealed, gets healed.
 
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I Met My Murderer Online

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I Met My Murderer Online

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I MET MY MURDERER ONLINE is an immersive true crime audio experience that will make you think twice about your next Google search, DM, or dating app swipe. Hosted by true crime aficionado, Patricia “Patches” Brown, each episode tells a true, but tragic tale, of how the internet can ensnare the unsuspecting into a devastating date with death. Each chilling story is told by the actual people involved in these deadly encounters, including law enforcement, victim’s family members, and sometimes ...
 
A World Elsewhere is a cultural podcast that will examine lifestyle, moving and working trends that have exploded since the advent of the pandemic, political turmoil, and racial reckonings of 2020/2021. This show will speak to people looking to relocate to a place that is more aligned with their values and quality of life. Throughout we will explore the importance of place - where you live, work, and play. We will showcase services that make these major transitions easier; new work methods a ...
 
Welcome to ‘A Relationship Story,’ a podcast hosted by Saman Hasan. Join Saman and her guests every week as they discuss the different relationships that have meaningfully impacted their lives. On the Podcast you will hear stories about traditional and non-traditional romantic relationships, finding love on reality tv, navigating polyamory, dating during the pandemic, seeking love in the age of the apps, as well as relationships with god, career, and family members. One thing each episode ha ...
 
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Danielle is joined by guest Sarah Mackenzie from Read Aloud Revival. Sarah shares about the purpose of the organization and all the benefits to reading aloud with your family. She also gives an inside look at her new children’s book A Little More Beautiful. Snippet From the Show Each of us is called to discover a peace that transcends all understan…
 
We’re back after our long summer break and we have a fantastic first guest of the season! Sarah Mackenzie is one of our favorite voices because of her joyful enthusiasm for good books (among other wonderful things). You may know her as the author of homeschooling classic Teaching from Rest or from her podcast Read Aloud Revival. Sarah is a mom of s…
 
Have you ever REALLY worried about one of your kids? What should you do if you don’t feel like you read aloud well? What’s the point of poetry memorization? What would you tell a mom who is confused about all the different homeschooling philosophies and methods? How do I know that I’m doing enough? What about homeschooling high school? These are al…
 
As reading is an important language art, Andrew and Julie are thrilled to welcome a fellow lover of reading Sarah Mackenzie. Sarah is a homeschool mom, author, and the founder of Read-Aloud Revival, which announced the launch of its own boutique publishing imprint: Waxwing Books. In this episode Sarah talks about the publisher's first book, A Littl…
 
Have you ever asked yourself, “Am I doing enough?” I think we’ve all asked that question. If you’re homeschooling your kids, you might ask it every single day. It might even wake you up at night and feel like an elephant sitting on your chest. 🐘 Today, we’re going to talk about it. In this episode, you’ll hear: What kind of question is “Am I doing …
 
This self-made black queen has one of the most fascinating origine stories you've ever heard. "Barbada de Barbades" has been exciting drag and comedy show audiences across Quebec for nearly two decades. She co-hosts Call me Mother across Canada on OUTtv, is always booked for drag story hour and is currently popping up in online French advertising o…
 
On Friday, October 14, IEW will host an online Fall Conference. The conference is an opportunity for parents and teachers around the globe to gather and watch Andrew deliver several of his popular and insightful talks. In Episode 341, Andrew and Julie give a sneak peek of what the day entails and share a snippet of each of the talks Andrew will pre…
 
Have you ever just felt stuck? Not only do you not know what decisions to make in your life, but you’ve lost touch of what your vision for life even is? We’ve all been in that sludge of disorientation at some point. But how do you get clarity about what you want your life to look like and the path to get there? That’s what we invited Joseph Thompso…
 
Don't groan! Geography can be a fun and fascinating topic to study in your Morning Time. In fact, when you get a kid who is into geography they can be so excited over something as simple as locating countries on a map. It is so much fun to see. Join me and Gather co-author Heather Tully as we dig in to all the ways we have done geography in our Mor…
 
Katelyn Beaty is the author of Celebrities for Jesus: How Personas, Platforms, and Profits are Hurting the Church. In a starred review, Publishers Weekly called the book "a must-read for anyone invested in the fate of evangelicalism." In this episode, Katelyn and Jonathan Rogers talk about the difference between fame and celebrity, the need to chal…
 
It can be hard to homeschool with confidence in the best of times. But what about when life blindsides your homeschool? Job loss, moves, death, and illness (not to mention the blessed, but still disruptive, realities of new babies) can throw a wrench into our carefully laid homeschooling plans. Vicki Bentley joins us in today’s episode with practic…
 
In the first episode of season 7 of the Missing Witches podcast, Amy tells the story of W.I.T.C.H. Women’s International Terrorist Conspiracy from Hell - a group that sprung up from the Women's Liberation movement in 1968 New York, on Halloween, to hex sexism, capitalism and racism. A group who's legacy is still visible today. Then Risa joins in to…
 
Whether they are broad or technical, serious or humorous, Andrew enjoys receiving and answering questions. In this week's episode, Andrew enthusiastically addresses inquiries posed by teachers and teaching parents. From suggestions about motivation to advice on teaching a student with dysgraphia, Andrew responds to each question with experience and…
 
Do you struggle to know and do God’s will? It can be so hard to understand what God wants us to do and it can be even more difficult to do it. Danielle shares five ideas to help you grow in understanding and persevering in God’s will. Snippet From the Show Make sure you have room in your daily prayer life for silence. For episode shownotes, text GI…
 
David Zahl is the founder and director of Mockingbird Ministries, editor-in-chief of the Mockingbird website, and co-host of The Mockingcast. His new book is Low Anthropology: The Unlikely Key to a Gracious View of Others (and Yourself). He writes, "Low anthropology keeps the avenues of communication open. It provides a bulwark against burnout. It …
 
Have you wondered how to teach writing effectively in your homeschool? There’s essay writing and creative writing and grammar and sentence structure and… ohmy! Where to start? Fiction author, homeschool writing curriculum author, and speaker Janie B. Cheaney is here to share her experience as both a writer and teacher. This Homeschool Conversations…
 
It’s Victorian London in the late 1800’s… and it’s been five years since the Sweep disappeared. Orphaned and alone, Nan Sparrow has no other choice but to work for a ruthless chimney sweep named Wilkie Crudd. She spends her days doing dangerous work–sweeping out chimneys. The job is thankless, but with her wits and will, Nan has managed to beat the…
 
How can teachers and teaching parents teach writing confidently? This week, Andrew and Julie address the question. Andrew first explains the complex task of writing. Once teachers understand the process, they can then break it down into manageable steps that make the skill both teachable and learnable. Be encouraged by the episode and learn how IEW…
 
In 2016, Amy Mcphie Allebest published her piece "Dear Mormon Man,” which went viral during the #metoo movement, helping crack the foundation of deeply rooted inequalities within her church and worldwide. The feminist awakening started long ago, yet part of the issue we face in making progress as daughters of the patriarchy is that our vast reposit…
 
This is the latest in a series of podcasts where I focus on a particular part of English instruction or English related matters in detail. In this episode I’m talking with Trevor MacKenzie. Trevor is a world-renowned speaker and author and is best known for his work with inquiry based teaching approaches. As an IB educator, inquiry is a word, strat…
 
Do you have peace in your vocation? Danielle is joined by Lisa Canning to discuss the truth about women’s worth, discernment, and how to find peace in our vocations. Lisa offers great insight from her role as wife, mom, entrepreneur and business coach. Snippet From the Show To make yourself receptive to what the Lord wants is a choice. For episode …
 
We've talked a few times on the podcast about how to do Morning Time with your teens, but this episode really hones in on the idea of what do you prioritize when it comes to Morning Time and the teenage years. How do you make it worth their time and energy, how does it change as they get older, and even how do you award credits for what you are doi…
 
Whether you're a new homeschooler just beginning your home education adventure or a veteran homeschooler looking for some encouragement at the beginning of the new homeschool year, this is the episode for you! Amber Smith and I talk about the priority of relationships and family culture, the value of reading aloud and modeling lifelong learning, th…
 
As a long-time partner to WORLD Magazine, the Arts of Language Podcast is excited to have Kelsey Reed as a guest. Kelsey is a news coach for God's WORLD News. In this encouraging episode, Kelsey discusses her role in helping parents navigate challenging conversations with their children about current events. Kelsey desires to instill confidence and…
 
I loved my conversation with Akilah S. Richards and walked away with a much deeper understanding of the value of unschooling in America. Conventional schooling is deeply rooted in colonization, industrial progress, and control over our personal autonomy. Akilah is passionate about mindful partnerships and parenting. Since 2016 she has hosted Fare o…
 
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