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A weekly 2 hour showcase of the latest and greatest in melodic electronic dance music. Featuring 30 minute guest mixes from around the world! Airing at UCLAradio.com every Friday, 8pm-10pm PST from January 7th to March 18th. www.uclaradio.com/listen.pls to stream the broadcast! You can also listen in through iTunes’s radio by finding UCLA radio under the colleges/universities category. Feel free to message me below or at soulstacemusic@gmail.com for song requests, compliments, critiques, etc ...
 
Tune into Temple Talk for conversations with the Everyday Fitness Guru - Jonathan Kaufman, MedX expert Ryan Hall of Exercise Science, and Gus Mendoza from Temple Gym. Recording weekly podcasts out of beautiful New Orleans on effective exercise, fitness research, and recovery that works.
 
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Today’s episode features our friend, Karla Mendoza. In this conversation, taken from Instagram Live, Karla shares her experience as an undocumented immigrant to the United States, what it has meant to be a DACA recipient in white evangelical spaces, and navigating the spiritual trauma she has endured. We encourage you to follow Karla on social medi…
 
Today’s special episode features portions of the worship service from The Table OKC. The Table is joined by dear friend Brittney Spencer. Brittney is an artist, psalmist, and songwriter based in Nashville Tn. Her work with the Common Hymnal Family has brought much due attention to her incredible songwriting gift. In this episode Brittney discusses …
 
In this episode of the Art and Science of Running podcast, we speak with author and ultra runner, Katie Arnold @katiearnold, about love, loss, parenting, and the roles of movement and stillness in the creative process. Katie is the author of Running Home: A Memoir as well as an editor and columnist for Outside Magazine where she writes the popular …
 
Today’s episode features a conversation with return guest and close friend of the Zeitcast, Cece Jones Davis. Cece is a singer, reverend, activist, and advocate for social change. Many of you know her through her advocacy work on the Justice for Julius campaign. In this conversation Jonathan and Cece have a post election discussion, including where…
 
In this episode of the Art and Science of Running podcast, we speak with Sara Hall @sarahall3 shortly after she set a new Half Marathon world record on the treadmill and just before she came from behind to finish second at the London Marathon. Sara has been one of the top American distance runners for decades. However, rather than review a lifetime…
 
Today’s episode features a conversation with Jarrod McKenna that initially aired on Instagram live and was just TOO GOOD to not share with the Zeitcast family. Most of you are familiar with our good friend Jarrod. He is the co-host of Inverse Podcast, a preacher, peace activist, and close personal friend of Jonathan’s. They were having a chat and d…
 
Today we’re sharing a conversation with close friend and return guest, Stephanie Tait. In this episode Jonathan and Stephanie discuss social media, finding healthy boundaries to care for your soul and what it means to no be defined by what you produce. Stephanie is a writer and speaker serving at the crossroads of joy & pain. She is a regular guest…
 
Today’s episode is a special pre-election bonus! In this conversation, taken from a Sunday morning sermon, Jonathan and Joel discuss the Lectionary Gospel text from the Gospel of Matthew; diving into the implications for how we order our life, our community, and our world. This sermon felt very special and we immediately knew we needed to get it in…
 
Today’s episode features a conversation with Jarrod McKenna that initially aired on Instagram live and was just TOO GOOD to not share with the Zeitcast family. Most of you are familiar with our good friend Jarrod. He is the co-host of Inverse Podcast, a preacher, peace activist, and close personal friend of Jonathan’s. One night while discussing a …
 
We kick off our second season of the Art and Science of Running Podcast reconnecting hosts Jacob Puzey and Malc Kent from across the pond. Jacob is in Canada. Malc is in the UK. They’ve each had the opportunity to record new episodes. They’re excited to share these episodes in the coming weeks. Jacob and Malc preview future episodes including one w…
 
Today’s episode features a conversation recorded around a table, among friends. During Jonathan’s visit to Indiana we had the opportunity chat about MANY things. We decided to turn on a mic and share a conversation with our friends, The Zeitcast Community! This discussion felt really special. In the episode we discuss the need for intentional refil…
 
Today’s episode of The Zeitcast features part 2 of our conversation with our friend, Ally Henny. Ally is a writer and speaker who centers on race, racial reconciliation, culture, and identity. In part 2 of our conversation with Ally, we discuss the role of the Black Witness of the Church. Ally tells the story of her journey within the American Chri…
 
In today’s episode of The Zeitcast we sit down with our friend, Ally Henny. Ally is a writer and speaker who centers on race, racial reconciliation, culture, and identity. In part 1 of our conversation with Ally, we discuss the role of the Black Witness of the Church. Ally gives her perspective on police brutality and systemic racism in America inc…
 
Today’s episode features a conversation with Jonathan and Joel taken from a special service celebrating the 60th anniversary of Dr. King’s visit to Gobin Memorial United Methodist Church in Greencastle Indiana. Jonathan was invited to share at this event to commemorate the gathering of the school of the prophets led by Dr. King in 1960. We discuss …
 
This episode is taken from The Table OKC service and features Jonathan and Joel as they discuss the Lectionary text from the Epistles, Romans 13. This sermon felt so incredibly special that we knew we needed to share it as soon as possible. In this conversation we discuss the implication of the greatest commandment, love your neighbor as yourself, …
 
Today’s episode features a conversation with Dr. Robyn Henderson-Espinoza. Dr. Robyn is an activist-scholar, and travels the country doing activist theology, while continuing to write for both the academy and the public square. Whether speaking to faith communities, universities, or communities, writing for HuffPost or Religion Dispatches, Dr. Roby…
 
Today’s episode features a sermon taken from the Table OKC’s IG Live service. In this message Jonathan speaks to the feelings that so many of us are wrestling with today- including the evil that seems to be so pervasive in this moment and the hope that animates our perseverance. In a season where conspiracy theories have made their way into mainstr…
 
Today’s episode features a conversation with Jonathan and fellow OKC Pastor, Larry Crudup. Larry serves as Pastor at Tabernacle Baptist Church of Oklahoma City. He is a graduate of Belmont University with an M.Div from Perkins School of theology. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D in interdisciplinary studies with a concentration in Ethical and Creati…
 
Today’s episode of the Zeitcast features a sermon from Jonathan given on Sunday at The Table OKC. In this timely message Jonathan shares beautifully accessing both 2 different texts from the Lectionary in admonishing us to hold onto the dreams God has given us. This poetic application of the text rings so true for the present moment, where so many …
 
Today’s episode features a sermon Jonathan shared recently during The Table OKC’s IG Live service. In this message he expounds on Paul’s text in Romans and brings clarity to the misconception of separation from God. This message is profoundly important for the world in this moment where so many feel alone, isolated and even rejected. Nothing can se…
 
Today’s episode features part 2 of a discussion, or sermon if you will, that was recorded for the church that Joel serves in Indiana. We felt these conversations were just too good to not share with you! In this episode Jonathan moves into the text of Matthew 6, as he grounds Jesus’ invitation to not be anxious in the context of our own lives. This…
 
Today’s episode features a conversation, or sermon if you will, that was recorded for the church that Joel serves in Indiana. We felt these conversations were just too good to not share with you! In this episode Jonathan share how the Sermon on The Mount informs him both theologically and practically as he breaks down his approach to this beautiful…
 
In today’s episode we’re bring you a wonderful conversation with Fr. Kenneth Tanner. In it, he and Jonathan discuss the pandemic. Specifically, what it is teaching us about ourself, our community and our nation? They discuss the nature of God found in Jesus. As well as a beautiful invitation to embrace the emotions that comes as part of your human …
 
In today’s episode of the Zeitcast Jonathan is joined by Producer Joel Everson as they sit down with Marlena Graves to discuss her new book, The Way Up Is Down. In this conversation we hear Marlena’s story from her childhood love for silence and creation to her adulthood appreciation of a more ecumenical faith, this episode is full of beauty and tr…
 
Today’s episode features Jonathan Merritt. In this conversation they discuss the current moment we’re in as a nation- including how to care for your soul in the midst of it. Jonathan shares with tenderness and honestly the real struggle of interacting with family who might feel very differently about the world that you do. This is a special and muc…
 
In today’s episode of the Zeitcast we join Jonathan and Dr. Wil Gafney as they discuss her work around Jewish Midrash, particularly as it informs us in the Way of Jesus. Dr. Gafney is a Professor of Hebrew Bible at Brite Divinity School in Fort Worth, Texas. She is an Episcopal priest canonically resident in the Diocese of Pennsylvania and a former…
 
We’re back! After taking a few days off from releasing new episodes today's conversation is certainly worth the wait. Jonathan sits down with Laura Jean Truman for one of the most beautiful conversations we’ve had yet! Laura Jean is an Atlanta based Writer, Itinerant Chaplin, and self described “amateur mystic.” This is wonderful conversation full …
 
We are so excited to share today’s episode with Cindy Wang Brandt. Cindy is an author, podcaster, and speaker. Her book, Parenting Forward: How to Raise Children with Justice, Mercy and Kindness, was published in February 2019. She’s the founder of popular facebook group, Raising Children Unfundamentalist. In this episode Jonathan and Cindy discuss…
 
In this episode of the Art and Science of Running podcast, we visit with world record holder, runner, pastor, community builder and recent 100K and 50K Treadmill World Record setter, Mario Mendoza @mendozarunner Mario was recently a part of the Chaski Challenge during which eight world records were broken on treadmills around the world. Mario was j…
 
Today’s episode features a conversation between Jonathan and CeCe Jones Davis, previously recorded during a Sunday service at The Table OKC. CeCe is the Teaching Pastor, Activist, and leading voice for criminal justice reform and social justice. This is a deep and meaningful conversation discussing the tension of this particular moment, including h…
 
Today’s episode features a conversation with Jesiah Hansen. Jesiah talks about growing up as a mission and Pastor’s kid in Mexico and how this informed his faith journey. Additionally, he and Jonathan discuss deconstructing faith while in the public sphere and the pitfalls of professional Christianity. This conversation is wonderfully tender and fu…
 
Today’s episode features a conversation with Jonathan and first time guest, Kathy Khang. Kathy is a speaker, journalist, and author of 2 books including Raise Your Voice- Why We Stay Silent When We Should Speak Up which is a powerful call to use our voices―whether in print, artistic, or social media form. Jonathan and Kathy discuss what it means to…
 
Today’s episode features a powerful conversation with Hillary McBride. Hillary is a therapist, speaker, author, and host of the Liturgists Podcast. Jonathan and Hillary discuss discerning healthy rhythms for our life beyond simple labels like “right” and wrong”. They dive deep into the damaging impact and trauma that can be caused by over saturatio…
 
In today’s episode Jonathan talks with David Hayward or as most of you will know him – The Naked Pastor. David is famous for his fantastic and provocative cartoons found circulating social media all the time. He also leads an incredible community for people who are deconstructing their faith and need to do so in a safe place with other people. In t…
 
We are always thrilled to have the opportunity to introduce you to new voices. Today on the Zeitcast we have the privilege of introducing you to LaToshia Everson. This episode is a talk that Latoshia gave last Sunday at the church when she and her husband Joel serve as Pastor. If that name sounds familiar, Joel also works as the producer here at th…
 
We are hurting. We are angry. We are confused. We are exhausted.... yet we sense a wind blowing, we feel a fire burning somewhere deep within. Today's episode of the Zeitcast features a special service with The Table OKC, perviously aired on IG Live. In this episode you will hear from Cece Jones Davis, Malika Cox, and Jonathan Martin as we wrestle …
 
In this episode of the Art and Science of Running podcast, we visit with multi world record holder, Zach Bitter @zachbitter. Zach recently set a new 100 mile and 12 hour treadmill world record and already held the track and trail world records for the 100 mile distance. One thing that made this particular world record unique (apart from being a wor…
 
In today’s episode of the Zeitcast Jonathan sits down with guest Dr. Alexander Shaia as they discuss Alexander’s book Heart and Mind- The Four Gospel Journey For Radical Transformation. In this fresh lens, each gospel account is more than a telling of Jesus' life and words. Each is the story of a practice in response to a the journey of life. And t…
 
Today’s special episode features portions of the worship service from The Table OKC record on IG Live. The Table is joined by dear friend and artist Brittney Spencer. Brittney is an artist, psalmist, and songwriter based in Nashville Tn. Her work with the Common Hymnal Family has brought much due attention to her incredible songwriting gift. During…
 
In this episode of the Art and Science of Running Podcast, Malc talks with Alper Aydemir, founder of Volumental foot scanning technology company. During the hour long conversation Alper describes how he developed the original technology and then applied it to helping people scan their feet to better understand their foot shape. This discussion touc…
 
In this episode Jonathan sits down for another round with Dr. Jerome Lubbe. Dr. Jerome is the founder of Thrive Neuro Health and Thrive NeuroTheology and Whole Identity- A Brain Based Enneagram. For Dr. Jerome neuroscience and the Enneagram are two pieces of the same puzzle and they serve a powerful function when paired together. He completely resh…
 
On today’s episode of the Zeitcast we have a conversation with Jonathan and Anna Jane Joyner. Anna Jane is a Climate Change and Environmental Activist who works tirelessly to bring awareness to bridge the gap between climate science and those in Evangelical circles, many who deny the evidence of Climate Change. She is the host of No Place Like Home…
 
Jen Hatmaker is an author of several books including NY Times bestsellers For The Love and Of Mess and Moxy. She hosts the award winning For The Love Podcast and regularly found speaking through the United States. Her bookclub The Jen Hatmaker Bookclub reaches thousands of women who believe good books are everything and stories still matter. In tod…
 
On today’s Zeitcast, we sit down with world class Pentecostal scholar Dr. Cheryl Bridges Johns to talk about “benevolent patriarchy,” the difference between how men and women might experience the second half of life journey, integrating the feminine nature of God, and the quest for spiritual freedom. Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/s…
 
In this crossover event with the InVerse podcast, our beloved Australian mate Jarrod McKenna returns as we interview theologian, author and activist Drew G.I. Hart about his important text, Trouble I’ve Seen—an absolutely crucial book on race and the Church. This Monday night, May 18th, we will begin a 9-week course on the book, and we’d love for y…
 
On today’s Zeitcast with returning guest Stephanie Tait, Jonathan and Stephanie discuss the unique moment we’re in, traversing through a global pandemic, what it really means to DO Church, and how listening to the voices of marginalized people can help lead us forward. This is a vital conversation for us in this season of time, full of life, joy, p…
 
In this episode of the Art and Science of Running podcast, we chat with world class ultrarunner, race director, and entrepreneur, Jamil Coury (@jamilcoury) about all of the changed taking place in the sport with the need to cancel events due to the global Coronavirus pandemic. Jamil is leading the way as a race director, pivoting from putting on ov…
 
What does the book of Exodus, and particularly the women of Exodus, have to do with us today? Is there something from these stories we can apply to our lives today? On today’s Zeitcast with Kelley Nikondeha we discuss her new book Defiant:What The Women Of Exodus Teach Us about Freedom. Kelley describers herself as a practical theologian shaped by …
 
In this special episode Jonathan sits down for a powerful conversation with returning guest Malika Cox to discuss how to find truth in the age of conspiracy theories. Malika is the Pastor of Justice and Spiritual Formation at The Table OKC. Malika has a deep background working with churches and non-profits specifically in regards to justice and adv…
 
Join us for part 2 of Jonathan’s conversation with Rachel Held Evans recorded from her home in Dayton Tennessee last February. *Producers Note- We offer these episodes with a sense of tentative reverence. Tentative because they are so special, close, and tender. This is a glimpse into Jonathan and Rachel’s relationship, which is so much more than “…
 
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