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Long Lost Heroes Podcast is the brainchild of two lifelong buddies; Frank Marsilio and Aj Sherman. Since 2005 Frank and Aj have discussed the latest in geekery, media and culture. After playing in a HS cover band of the same name, the two have grown up; moved out and reunited to begin a brand new venture. The Long Lost Heroes podcast is designed to air out grievances, fan the flames of internet speculation and mostly just have fun. Thank you tuning in - can't wait to bring you more great con ...
 
Welcome to In Site, a podcast from the Zion Canyon Mesa, a nascent arts and humanities residency center in Springdale, Utah, surrounded by Zion National Park.One of the primary drivers for these podcasts is concern for our times. To paraphrase Yeats, the center feels besieged. So we’ll consider the many crux issues we face, with an eye towards how creative thinking can play a role. We will engage a wide spectrum of artists, writers, musicians, and thought leaders, and hopefully enjoy the jou ...
 
Hey! My name is Shaina! Some of you might be asking, "How did she get so bold?" Well to be completely honest, I was in mourning. God was calling me out of a 7 year relationship and I didn't know what was ahead. But then I got to the point where I literally could not imagine doing life on my own anymore. I didn't want to figure it out. I didn't want to move out of my will any longer. I looked up and found myself lost, confused, hurt, and alone. But Jesus swooped in and was like "Nah sis! That ...
 
Rich Mullins: Between The Songs is a podcast by Joe Cook of the Ragamuffin Archive and Chris Marchand of PostConsumer Reports, two self-proclaimed Rich Mullins superfans. Each episode takes an in depth look at each one of his albums, a particular project, or a particular aspect of his career. It features interviews with his friends and people he worked with along with a commentary by Joe and Chris on the album in focus.
 
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The Rhodes Jewish community was an ancient one, and it flourished with the arrival of Spanish exiles following the expulsion of 1492 and the Ottoman takeover in 1522. Prominent in Mediterranian commerce, the Jewish community grew, and had many rabbis from the Land of Israel serve at the community's helm. A tragic story in Rhodes's past was the Rhod…
 
In May 1945, German forces surrendered to the Allied powers, putting an end to World War II in Europe. But the aftershocks of global military conflict did not cease with the German capitulation. Millions of lost and homeless concentration camp survivors, POWs, slave laborers, political prisoners, and Nazi collaborators in flight from the Red Army o…
 
by Elder Chris McCool, Pastor (1/10/2021) Does is seem that the world around you is in chaos? What about all the turmoil in politics? The pandemic? Personal problems that threaten to overwhelm you? What should our response be to the chaos of the sin-cursed world in which we live? The Psalmist who wrote Psalm 146 has an answer: PRAISE YE THE LORD! T…
 
In one of the most daring rescue schemes of the Holocaust era, Rav Yosef Yitzchak Schneerson, the sixth Lubavitch Rebbe, the Rayatz (1880-1950) was whisked out of Nazi occupied Poland by agents of the Abwehr, the German military intelligence. His followers in the United States, along with the activist Rabbi Mordechai Dubin in Riga, orchestrated the…
 
Aside from the Rabbi's Sons discussed in Part 1 of this miniseries, the 1960's saw the first music groups in Ohr Chadash, Pirchei and the London School of Jewish Song. From Israel came Chaim Banet and Jo Amar, the latter a pioneer of Morroccan Jewish music.No less important than the performers, the production, composition and arrangements were hand…
 
by Elder Tim McCool (1/10/2021) Some people decry governments, and demand their downfall. Others look to governments, and trust them to provide their every need. But what does God, the great Nation-Maker, think about nations? What is the primary purpose for the existence of nations and governments? In this message, Elder Tim McCool shares some very…
 
When European powers carved political borders across the Middle East following World War I, a curious event in the international drug trade occurred: Palestine became the most important hashish waystation in the region and a thriving market for consumption. British and French colonial authorities utterly failed to control the illicit trade, raising…
 
Modern Jewish music developed from the chassidic music of old to the new sound of the Jewish music revolution led by Shlomo Carlebach in the 1960's. The music world of pre war Europe was brought over to the emerging post war world by Yankel Talmud, Yom Tov Ehrlich, the Chabad niggunim, David Werdyger and Bentzion Shenker of Modzhitz. They served as…
 
Having created historical context for the pipeline in two previous podcasts, In Site now explores the pipeline itself. Jane Whalen, board member of Conserve Southwest Utah and Coordinator of the Lake Powell Pipeline Coalition, was the primary architect of their collective, incredibly thorough and detailed one hundred and eighty-six page objection t…
 
With the end of the war and the defeat of Nazi Germany, the Allied armies were confronted with one of the byproducts of the Nazi regime - millions of 'displaced persons', many of whom had nowhere to go, and some of whom were Jewish survivors of the Nazi Holocaust. Eventually Displaced Persons camps were established under the auspices of the America…
 
This episode features an interview with filmmaker Andrew Montonera about the new Rich Mullins documentary "The Work You Began: The Last Days of Rich Mullins." The film features new interviews with artists and friends, as well as the family he stayed with in the weeks before he died, and offers the story surrounding the last concert he gave, Mitch M…
 
by Elder Chris McCool, Pastor (1/3/2021) When Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a colt, He wasn’t just using the most convenient manner of transportation! He was fulfilling prophecy in a very real and specific way. He was also preaching a gospel message in a symbolic way! Join us as we learn of the Scripture and symbolism of Christ’s triumphal entry int…
 
Jeremy Pressman is Associate Professor of Political Science and the Director of Middle East Studies at the University of Connecticut. Jeremy is the author of The Sword is Not Enough: Arabs, Israelis, and the Limits of Military Force (Manchester UP, 2020), an exploration of the dominance of military force as the go-to option for political and social…
 
South African Jewish history is unique in several ways. Composed primarily of Jews of Lithuanian origin, it grew in the early decades of the 20th century with the waves of immigration from the Lithuanian area of the Russian Empire.Entering the diamond trade and politics, they integrated into South African life, often standing at the forefront prote…
 
Ep 7 Your Education Is Not Complete Pt. 2 Welcome to the Beauty For Ashes podcast. I am your host, Shaina Salome or otherwise known as Beautiful Peace and I am a testament that God can take your life and turn it around with just one YES. Join me as we tackle the real, expose the enemy, and apply pressure! God wants to give you beauty for ashes and …
 
A remarkable view of one of the world's most beloved and troubled cities, Adina Hoffman's Till We Have Built Jerusalem: Architects of a New City (FSG, 2017) is a gripping and intimate journey into the very different lives of three architects who helped shape modern Jerusalem. The book unfolds as an excavation. It opens with the 1934 arrival in Jeru…
 
by Elder Buddy Abernathy (preached 1/03/2021) In this series, Elder Buddy Abernathy has explored the biblical concepts regarding our speech. We have seen that God is concerned with what we say, how we say it, and when we say it. Today, Bro. Buddy preaches to us about the bad consequences of wrongful speech, especially tale-bearing. Download Audio F…
 
The Jewish mob wasn't strictly an American phenomenon born in the immigrant communities of the Lower East Side and Brownsville. It had antecedents across the ocean in the Jewish world of Eastern Europe.Jewish gangsters flourished in Warsaw, Odessa and other locales, to the embarrassment of the mainstream religious and political Jewish establishment…
 
Part 2: While some people read history, there are rare people who lived history through their own lives. One such individual was Rabbi Fabian Schonfeld (1923-2020). Born in Vienna into a family of Ger chassidim from Poland, his father's position as General Secretary of the World Agudas Yisroel placed at the epicenter of traditional Jewish activism …
 
by Elder Chris McCool, Pastor (preached 12/27/2020) Have you ever wondered why some prayers seem to get answered and others don’t? Why some people who are sick recover, and others die? Sometimes we forget that God is so much greater than we are, and that His understanding of all things is that much greater as well. Listen as Pastor McCool preaches …
 
While some people read history, there are rare people who lived history through their own lives. One such individual was Rabbi Fabian Schonfeld (1923-2020). Born in Vienna into a family of Ger chassidim from Poland, his father's position as General Secretary of the World Agudas Yisroel placed at the epicenter of traditional Jewish activism at the c…
 
Ep 6: Your Education Is Not Complete Pt. 1 Welcome to the Beauty For Ashes podcast. I am your host, Shaina Salome or otherwise known as Beautiful Peace and I am a testament that God can take your life and turn it around with just one YES. Join me as we tackle the real, expose the enemy, and apply pressure! God wants to give you beauty for ashes and…
 
by Elder Buddy Abernathy (preached 12/20/2020) We have looked at WHAT we should say and HOW we should say it, and now in this fourth sermon on “Acceptable Words,” Bro. Buddy teaches us that it is also important to know WHEN we should speak. Scripture is clear that there is a time to speak, and a time to remain silent. Please join us for this fourth…
 
Rav Zundel Kroizer (1923-2014) was one of the last of the greats of the Old Yishuv of Yerushalayim. A member of a large and important Yerushalmy family, his ancestors and family members included many rabbis and activists who influenced the life of the Holy City over the generations. Renowned for his diligence, he authored a multi volume work on the…
 
With everything happening in the world today, it’s safe to say that as religious Jews, question arise as how to correctly deal with the situations faced in contemporary society.There's a podcast called Halacha Headlines Podcast which features a weekly topic drawn from current events. The podcast features a panel of Rabbanim & experts discuss the be…
 
by Elder Chris McCool, Pastor (12/20/2020) While Christmas as a celebrated season is not found in the Bible, nonetheless in our society it has become customary at this time of year to take some time off from work and reflect upon the birth of Christ, and enjoy family time and good fellowship. In truth, we should do so all year round, but certainly …
 
During the active years of the court of Rav Menachem Mendel Morgenstern- the Kotzker (1787-1859), one of his closest students was Rav Mordechai Yosef Leiner (1801-1854) of Izhbitz (Izbica). A series of events in 1839 led to a split in their diverging paths.As the Kotzker became more reclusive in his behaviour, Rav Mordechai Yosef felt that the chas…
 
by Elder Chris McCool (preached 12/22/2019) Sometimes we get lost in the humdrum of life. For several characters in the beginning of the New Testament, their day was just another ordinary day. But on these ordinary days, God showed up with a message of the greatest joy – the Messiah has come! Join us as we look at the ordinary days that God transfo…
 
Episode 130.) 12/22/2020 Special Guest Matt Zion-Basile, Star Wars Correspondent? LLH Podcaster Co-Host Emeritus? Our Friend? WHAT SHOULD HIS TITLE BE?!?! Season 2 Season Finale - MEGA SPOILERS?!?!? Chapter XVI ‘The Rescue’ Peyton Reed Redemption Return of Bo-Katan Badass Star Wars Ladies to the Rescue Boba Fett The Dark Troopers The Darksaber Twis…
 
At the turn of the twentieth century, the various Chernobyl dynasties were flourishing though they faced financial crisis. With World War One and the subsequent Russian Revolution, they all began to face an existential crisis. Though some branches of the dynasty heroically tried to sustain life under increasingly adverse conditions within the Sovie…
 
One of the unique pre war Torah giants - and ultimately Holocaust victim - was the Dayan of Brisk, Rav Simcha Zelig Reguer (1864-1942). Brisk was home to a large and prestigious Jewish community, and Rav Simcha Zelig served as the beloved Dayan and posek through the tenures of both Rav Chaim Brisker and his son Rav Velvalleh the Brisker Rov. Wise a…
 
In Conceiving Agency: Reproductive Authority among Haredi Women (Indiana University Press, 2020), Michal Raucher explores the ways ultra-Orthodox Jewish women in Israel make decisions about their reproductive lives. Although they must contend with interference from doctors, rabbis, and the Israeli government, ultra-Orthodox women find space for―and…
 
by Elder Chris McCool, Pastor In this passage of Mark’s gospel, we read about Blind Bartimaeus, who called out to Jesus as He passed by on the road. And then we read an amazing statement: “And Jesus stood still.” Remember, this was the very Christ Whose face was set like a flint toward Calvary! How could He possibly have time to stop for one pitifu…
 
Episode 129.) 12/16/2020 Spoilers, Spoilers, Spoilers! Last Episode Before the Finale! Rick Famuyiwa Bill Burr’s Mayfeld Returns A Heist and a Chase taking off the helmet Remember to Subscribe on iTunes Subscribe on Google Play Subscribe on Spotify Please Leave us a rating or review. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @LLHPodcast…
 
By Elder Chris McCool, Pastor The world’s theory of success can be summed up in the immortal (and false!) words of Ricky Bobby from the movie “Talladega Nights”: “If you’re not first, you’re last!” As many people do, he lived his life always promoting himself and putting others last. Jesus, on the other hand, taught us the polar opposite principle:…
 
One of the oldest dynasties in the history of the chassidic movement, Chernobyl traces its growth from Rav Nachum Twersky the Maor Eynayim (1730-1797) through his son Rav Mottel the Chernobyl Maggid (1770-1837). One of the most influential courts in all of the Russian Jewish Pale of Settlement, with the Chernobyl Maggid's passing in 1837 his empire…
 
Episode 128.) 12/11/2020 Note - This Podcast was recorded with speed in mind, we apologize for the rougher than usual audio! Emergency Podcast!!! Battle Stations Everyone! Report To Your Battle Stations! Matt Zion-Basile joins Frank and Aj for a complete breakdown of all the new forthcoming Star Wars projects coming to Theaters and Disney+! This co…
 
By Elder Buddy Abernathy In this third sermon on “Acceptable Words,” Bro. Buddy shares with us that it is not only important what we say, but how we say it. We must be careful when we speak, because we can say things that in substance are true and edifying, but in the way and spirit in which we speak it becomes unprofitable and unedifying. Please j…
 
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