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This podcast is about interviewing different intriguing books that will make you want to jump out of your seat and get your read on! Cover art photo provided by Dakota Corbin on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@thedakotacorbin
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Tiras Re'u interviews guests to discuss difficult topics that many South Africans choose to stay silent about. In this uncensored, raw, and uncut podcast you will get to hear polarising opinions, debates, and unique viewpoints about life in South Africa.
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Hey it’s Tira! I’ve listened to a few podcast and got inspired to start my own! I wanted to have a creative outlet where I could discuss various topics: faith, relationships, aspirations and more! This podcast is dedicated to the 20 somethings! Stay tuned! Cover art photo provided by Joanna Kosinska on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@joannakosinska
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Student Ministry Conversations

Student Ministry Conversations

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A place to share, learn and talk about ways to equip, encourage and empower students and student ministry leaders. We want to hear from EVERYONE involved in Student Ministry (and even some not in Student Ministry at all). Check out show notes, blog articles and merchandise at https://www.studentministryconversations.org
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The Grape Nation

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The world of wine doesn't have to be intimidating. Wine-afficionado Sam Benrubi invites you on a weekly wine journey with The Grape Nation. No snobbery here, just a palatable trip through the world's vineyards, their keepers, journalists, authors, importers and more. Try some great wine with Sam and his guests and get tips for enjoying the best wines from the weekly "Wine List" and "Wine Sip." The Grape Nation...We Bring Wine to the People.
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A bike podcast — but different. Now ranked in the best cycling podcasts, I RIDE A BIKE takes a trip down memory lane and features fun and light-hearted interviews with fellow cyclists sharing their anecdotes, tall tales, fun adventures, harrowing mishaps, and above all, WHY WE LOVE TO RIDE BIKES. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/irideabike/support
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Playwright Tira Palmquist sat in the Playwright's Spotlight while rehearsing her latest play The Body's Midnight. We had a wonderful conversation discussing the benefits of table work, entering the flow state and making discoveries later in the process, the role of the playwright in rehearsals, cutting characters, time between drafts, and the tool …
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**THIS IS THE FINAL EPISODE OF SEASON 3!** Welcome to this week's episode where Brent sits down with Steve Callum to talk about the current state of youth groups across the country and dealing with the cultural climate. They aim to discuss the question of "Where do we go from here?" Whether you are a young or old youth pastor, we would love for you…
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Playwright Oliver Mayer joined us before the premiere of his new play Ghost Waltz. Oliver shares his experience writing operas, the medium's influence on his playwriting and the musicality of English as well as the intimacy of theatre and creative control, the after affects of "crashing into the wall. We also explore writing rituals, interruptions,…
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An abandoned city, a mysterious portal, a rich but sinister treasure room. What more can the party find in this strange place? You know what to do--listen now to find out what happens next! ----- Our spot for Battlebards uses music from Battlebards! We hope you like our use of: Capital City - Middlegate - Score Music by Shams Ahsan We're glad you'r…
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Welcome to this week's episode where Brent sits down with Dave Choutka to talk about the times of walking through valleys in ministry whether due to just tough ministry situations or church hurt. Whether you are a young or old youth pastor, we would love for you to listen in and see what is talked about in today's episode and we would also love to …
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Growing up in Angola, Luis Seabra returned to Portugal in the 1970’s. He studied viticulture at Vila Real and his obsession with terroir led him to work in soil research in Vinho Verde. He launched a revolutionary still wine program while working at Nierpoort, eventually starting his own small winery in 2013, Luis Seabra Vinhos. To Luis, it is all …
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The battle in the heart of the forgotten city has come to an unsettling end as frozen foes are no longer able to defend themselves. A dark entity lurks to the north, and the party is in bad shape. What will they do to find shelter? Listen now to find out! ----- Our spot for Battlebards uses music from Battlebards! We hope you like our use of: Capit…
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Welcome to this week's episode where Micah sits down with Scott Nagle to talk about the importance of small groups in your ministry and how to effectively use them in your ministry. Whether you are a young or old youth pastor, we would love for you to listen in and see what is talked about in today's episode and we would also love to hear from you!…
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Creation Corner: Hungry for more worldbuilding ideas? Then you're going to love our conversation with Pavel, who dove into our podcast after learning about it in another Discord server. He brings a lot of passion and some intriguing ideas for a new world--Scrollworld--that will take greater shape in an upcoming podcast. There's a lot to think about…
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Welcome to this week's episode where Brent sits down with Brandon Best to talk about staying in Youth Ministry for the long haul and growing old in the process. They talk about what foundations need to be built in order to prepare for longevity as well as what to avoid in the process. Whether you are a young or old youth pastor, we would love for y…
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This week we step aside for some other things happening nearby. The world continues to move even when the heroes are in a bad spot! Listen now to find out what happens next. ----- Our spot for Battlebards uses music from Battlebards! We hope you like our use of: Capital City - Middlegate - Score Music by Shams Ahsan We're glad you're sharing our st…
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Welcome to this week's episode where Brent sits down with Shawn Kirkland to talk about student led Jesus groups and how you can challenge and equip your students to get one started on their school campuses. Whether you are a young or old youth pastor, we would love for you to listen in and see what is talked about in today's episode and we would al…
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Joan of Arcadia's Becky Wahlstrom stopped by Playwright's Spotlight while in town from Nashville to help wrap up the rehearsal process for the premiere of her new play A Froggy Becomes. Becky discusses how she started out writing plays after a successful stint in Hollywood. We touch a bit on censorship from theaters, the pros and cons of writing fo…
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Special: Welcome to this special episode as Tira steps into a new level! Our beloved barbarian picks up some welcome enhancements, so listen now to find out what she gets. And, as before, be sure to hang in to hear our preliminary talk and decision-making. ----- Our spot for Battlebards uses music from Battlebards! We hope you like our use of: Capi…
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Welcome to this week's episode where Micah sits down with Johnny Burkhalter, the worship pastor at Crossroads Church in Douglas Springs, GA, as they talk about the importance of worship in Youth Ministry and how to incorporate it in your program. Whether you are a young or old youth pastor, we would love for you to listen in and see what is talked …
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How the hell does a guy who was a Big Ten defensive lineman, still plays the trombone, loves jazz, got an MBA in Business at Univ. of Chicago, another one at U Cal Davis in Viticulture and Enology, and sometimes bartends during the week…make some of the best wines in the world? That’s Chris Carpenter and he’ll tell us. He is The Drinks Business Mas…
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In the heart of the mysterious city, the party is captivated by the haunting architecture, but they quickly find they don't have time to explore further as a spear interrupts the investigation. Let the battle begin, and find out what happens now. ----- Our spot for Battlebards uses music from Battlebards! We hope you like our use of: Capital City -…
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Welcome to this week's episode where Melissa sits down with Alicen Ohoran to talk about the importance of getting kids involved in camp and how it can be a pivotal point to look back on in their faith journey. Whether you are a young or old youth pastor, we would love for you to listen in and see what is talked about in today's episode and we would…
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Stephen Bitterolf has been on the New York wine scene for decades, morphing from retail to importer. He is the founder of Vom Boden, a wine import company representing and supporting small growers and really, what they do. Stephen has been instrumental in finding and bringing the best growers to the market, specializing in Germany. Think, Keller, S…
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This week playwright Steve Fife sat in-studio in the Playwright's Spotlight. It was a reflective conversation of his experience in New York and on Broadway in the seventies, his dislike of eighties, and the joyous return in the nineties. We discuss rewriting and updating past works, getting back to theatre's roots, directing your own work (of cours…
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Special: Welcome to this special episode as Wamberbash attains a new level! This is a big step for our humble mystic, so listen now to find out what he picks up at level 16. And stick around for the deliberation that leads up to the final decision! ----- Our spot for Battlebards uses music from Battlebards! We hope you like our use of: Capital City…
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Welcome to this week's episode where David sits down with Brandon Upton to talk about the importance of understanding mental health and utilizing self-care when it comes to ministry. Whether you are a young or old youth pastor, we would love for you to listen in and see what is talked about in today's episode and we would also love to hear from you…
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Born in Champagne, Mathieu Roland-Billecart is the 7th Generation CEO of one of Champagnes longest standing family-owned estates. After 15 years working in finance in London, Mathieu came home to the family business in 2018, also the bicentennial year of Billecart-Salmon. He continues to further tradition and innovation at this legendary Champagne …
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With the sound of retreating footsteps echoing loudly in the abandoned streets, the party emerges from its hiding places. Under the uncertain guidance of the mysterious man, the adventurers continue their exploration of this eerie place. What awaits them in the vine-shrouded place ahead? Listen now to find out! ----- Our spot for Battlebards uses m…
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Welcome to this week's episode where Brent sits down with Greg Stier, the founder of Dare2Share Ministries, as they talk about the importance of putting evangelism FIRST in the priority of students and how it will impact their own spiritual journey as well as teach them to disciple others as well. Whether you are a young or old youth pastor, we wou…
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Hailing from Lake Placid, NY, Grant Reynolds realized it was easier to pursue a career in wine than ski-jumping. After college in Boulder, he wound up in the greatest wine incubator at Bobby Stuckey’ Frasca. He went on to work in Burgundy, Piedmont, and Noma, before settling in NYC to open Charlie Bird as wine director and partner, later opening Pa…
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Catya McMullen stopped by Playwright's Spotlight during the run of her new play Arrowhead which runs through March 4, 2024. In this episode, we talk about surviving lockdowns as an artist, what makes a good writer, reflecting life on stage, stage plays as love letters. We also discuss what comes after the initial idea, writing from a personal place…
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While the party explores the mysterious lost valley in the remote peaks of Rindis, big things are happening in the world. This week's special short episode provides some insights into the weighty decisions that must be made elsewhere. Listen now to find out what's going on! ----- We're glad you're sharing our story; we really appreciate your suppor…
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Welcome to this week's episode where Micah sits down with McKenna Tira of Refuge Youth Network as their conversation centers on the dynamics involved in moving from one youth ministry to another. They explore various aspects of this transition, ranging from adjustments in ethnic and cultural settings to adapting to the unique culture of a new churc…
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Born in Indiana, summers and college in Vermont, dancing their way into each-others hearts, Dierdre met her Husband Caleb Barber at Middlebury. Both loved food, influenced by Italy, opened an Italian restaurant, grew their own produce, then eventually grapes, and practiced farm to table before it was a thing. Loyal to the terroir and indigenous fru…
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A mysterious whistler is approaching from the woods, and the party must prepare itself to meet...whoever it is. What will happen next? You know the only way to find out--listen now! ----- Our spot for Battlebards uses music from Battlebards! We hope you like our use of: Capital City - Middlegate - Score Music by Shams Ahsan We're glad you're sharin…
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Welcome to this week's episode where Melissa sits down with Cathy Roberson of Pregnancy Resources of Abilene to talk about how Pregnancy Resources can come alongside students in their time of need with the many different services they offer and how they can celebrate the child regardless of the circumstances. Whether you are a young or old youth pa…
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I recently attended the Union Grand Crus Bordeaux tasting in NYC. Over 125 producers pored the 2021 vintage. We spoke with five different producers including Chateau Clinet, Domaine de Chevalier, Chateau Lagrange, Chateau Guiraud, and Chateau Giscours, from different growing regions on the right and left banks in Bordeaux. We’ll get some insight in…
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Had the pleasure of chatting with playwright and son of actress Eileen Heckart (Bus Stop), Luke Yankee, about growing up in the world of Hollywood and his journey to be coming a playwright. It's a wonderful interview that touches on his relationships with not only the Hollywood greats but also the pioneers of the theatre (including Steven Schwartz,…
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In the valley lost to time, the party finds itself unsure of how to proceed. Some nearby ruins look enticing, but are they all they appear to be? Will Wamberbash behave? There's only one way to find out--listen now! ----- Our spot for Battlebards uses music from Battlebards! We hope you like our use of: Capital City - Middlegate - Score Music by Sh…
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Welcome to this week's episode where David sits down with Melissa Stevenson for one more episode before she takes the reins over as one of the hosts of the podcast! Listen in as they talk about the importance of serving in the community OUTSIDE of your normal church context. Whether you are a young or old youth pastor, we would love for you to list…
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Tira Johnson migrated east a decade ago to work in wine and hospitality at some of NY’s best, including Beauty & Essex, Crown Shy, Terroir, and Crown Club at Barclays, to name a few. Along the way she received her Somm certification. Tira is now the Wine Director at Ilis, from Mads Refslund, a Co-Founder of Noma. Ilis’ much anticipated opening in B…
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Out on the open road, the world unfolds before the party. The heroes have a general idea of what needs to happen next, but before they can do anything, they first need to find a fabled city known for being lost. What awaits them on the road? Listen now to find out. ----- Our spot for Battlebards uses music from Battlebards! We hope you like our use…
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Welcome to this week's episode where Brent and David sit down to talk through a sneak peak into things we are adding in 2024 and Season 4 of the podcast. They also take a little time to talk through different episodes that they have really enjoyed as well as conversations that we haven't had the chance to have that we would love to have in the futu…
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Donna Hoke sat in the Playwright's Spotlight to discuss her journey into playwriting. In this interview we touch on her involvement in the Official Playwrights of Facebook, her start as playwright from a journalism background and learning on the fly, working in a smaller market and "owning your home town" as well as building relationships and putti…
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With the chieftains of Rindis gathered, it's now time to put together the spear that will unite a splintered people. What will happen in the high hall as the party tries to assemble the crafted artifacts? Just how divided is this nation? And what will happen next? Listen now to find out! ----- Our spot for Battlebards uses music from Battlebards! W…
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Special: Welcome to this special episode as we welcome the mysterious and personable arcane trickster to a new level! Listen now as we find out what he picks up at level 14, and get our take on some things. ----- Our spot for Battlebards uses music from Battlebards! We hope you like our use of: Capital City - Middlegate - Score Music by Shams Ahsan…
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Welcome to this week's episode where Brent sits down with Micah Marshall, the executive director and 15 year veteran youth leader from Refuge Youth Network in Pennsylvania, as they talk about fundraising and how youth pastors might have been doing fundraising in a very ineffective for a VERY long time. Whether you are a young or old youth pastor, w…
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Pepe Raventos’ family has been around for a long time, like since the 1400’s. Pepe is a 21st generation winemaker at Raventos i Blanc in Spain. His family led the development of Penedes into one of the world’s leading sparkling wine regions in Conca del Riu Anoia. Pepe traveled to Burgundy, the Loire, Germany, and the US to hone his craft before se…
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The haft is complete, and the chieftain roused from his grief-induced state. Now it's time to fulfill the rest of the ancient prophecy, and the party prepares itself for this task. Join us now to see what happens next! ----- Our spot for Battlebards uses music from Battlebards! We hope you like our use of: Capital City - Middlegate - Score Music by…
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Welcome to this week's episode where Russell, David and Brent sit down to do the first roundtable discussion of the podcast. The discussion is about planning your year of ministry in 2024 and how you can focus in on what is important in your ministry this year and make it a point to start strong (if you haven't planned it already!)Whether you are a…
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In this episode of Playwright's Spotlight, long time friend and standup Henry Phillips stopped by to discuss another aspect of writing for the stage - Standup Comedy. Henry shares his origins into the craft and business of standup, his approach to comedy and knowing when you've got the right joke, the use of Twitter as a testing ground, and how to …
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Through its efforts, the party has magically encouraged the Fate-Tree to bloom, and now they face the next part of the challenge: how to turn it into a haft for the spear that will unite Rindis. Listen now to find out what happens next! ----- Our spot for Battlebards uses music from Battlebards! We hope you like our use of: Capital City - Middlegat…
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Welcome to this week's episode where Brent sits down with Jim Johnson, a Primerica Financial Advisor, to talk about the best ways to prepare for the future with your finances as a Youth Pastor. They cover investing, retirement and talk about different strategies that can be utilized to make your church paycheck cover you for the future.Whether you …
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Special: And we're back, with a family trip now safely behind us. Join us this week as we discuss our adventures, and look for pictures of the places we visited. We hope you'll be able to draw some game-related inspiration from the things we talk about. If so, we'd love to hear from you about what's appealed to your fancy! ----- We're glad you're s…
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