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A weekly podcast for upper beginner to intermediate learners of Japanese. Listen to Yumi talk about... whatever she wants to talk about. Practice your listening comprehension with natural (howbeit slightly slowed down) Japanese on various topics such as Japanese culture, fun idioms, and, of course, cats. The episodes can be enjoyed in any order. -- Become a Makoto+ member and get show notes with a complete transcript and a list of key vocabulary. www.TheJapanesePage.com/makoto
 
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MAKOTO SAKAMOTO RECORDINGS / 坂本 真の記録 A noise-ambient sound Artist. The expression of music through playing instruments, and the experimentation with mixers and the sound material in establishing soundscape.
 
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8 janvier 2020 / 1h 54min / Animation, Drame, Romance De Makoto Shinkai Avec Gabriel Bismuth-Bienaimé, Maryne Bertieaux, Jérôme Pauwels Nationalité Japonais ►► Regardez ici ► [ https://bit.ly/2YPgMYL ] ►► Regardez ici ► [ https://is.gd/VqlXSH ]
 
Calling all Christian creatives! From Theophany Media, Creatively Christian is a podcast for artists and creatives of all types! Creatively Christian explores the intersection of faith and creativity by interviewing believers who use their God-given gifts in unique ways. Through the lives of directors, musicians, artists, writers, and more we inspire, inform, educate, and empower the next generation of creative Christians.
 
A collection of interviews with leaders who are passionate about something that is at risk of being overlooked. Sometimes that will be a brand, a product or a service but it can also be an idea - something that is losing its value for many. And to re-express relevance you need someone with vision and drive. At Sparks, we’ve been working with leaders like this for over 20 years. They’re our favourite people to work with, and so in this podcast our strategy director Michael Gough sits down wit ...
 
Liz Manashil and Alrik Bursell discuss independent filmmaking, everything from writing, producing and directing to working as crew. But this is not just a podcast about "making it," it's also about struggling with rejection, self-doubt and everything else that comes with pursuing a career in film. Follow along as we forge our own way through the industry and talk to guests who are also making it happen. Episodes 238-299 are available at our patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/mmihpodcast
 
Too often faith becomes more about who is in and who is out or about who belongs and who does not. In order for spirituality to be good for anyone, it has to be good for everyone. Join speaker, storyteller and author Matt Kendziera as he finds incredible people using their faith and life as a catalyst for goodness in this world. Be inspired to discover your own goodness in order to make your life, family, community and world better. www.mattkendziera.com Instagram: @mattkendziera Facebook: m ...
 
On The bigQUEST Podcast, hosted by Andy Murray, you’ll discover how to simplify challenges, outsmart variables, and develop the right mindset… all so you can launch a successful blue ocean adventure in your work. Drawing on three decades of leadership at some of the world’s most respected companies, Andy shares proven methods for turning compound challenges into the adventures of a lifetime. These conversations will ready you and your team for your own bigQUES to help you and your team do th ...
 
Sacred Ordinary Days with Jenn Giles Kemper explores faith where it hits the pavement of work, relationships, creativity, and real life. Inspired by Jenn’s curiosity and faith (and her work as a minister and spiritual director) we’re crafting a show to help you meaningfully explore your own life with Christ — and ultimately lead you to become more wholly human and more fully faithful. On Tuesdays, join us for a conversation with folks whose words, work, and witness have shaped our team’s und ...
 
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Artist and author Makoto Fujimura is on the Creatively Christian podcast, interviewed by Andrea Sandefur. In this conversation, Makoto discusses our opportunity to honor our brokenness through our making. He also answers listener questions about how artists can address culture, what it means to inhabit a divided world, and stillness in the creative…
 
Being remembered is the heart of a good brand. Particularly at the point of purchase. And illustrations can be a good way for a brand to carve out a distinctive and memorable look. Zoe Barker is an established illustrator based in Norfolk. She has an enviable client list that includes the likes of Harrods, Cartier, The Telegraph, Radio Times, Red B…
 
Screenwriter Sean Paul Murphy is on the Creatively Christian podcast, interviewed by Brannon Hollingsworth. In this episode, Sean discusses the current best ways to query agents and producers with your scripts, including the pros and cons of contests and how to find the contact information for the right people. Sean also talks about writing faith-b…
 
Reading the news these days can make it seem like the world is coming to an end. And reading scientific journals, especially regarding climate, biodiversity loss and other environmental issues, can give a similar feeling. Jonathan Moo is a professor of New Testament and environmental studies and he helps break down how Christians might respond to t…
 
How can we chase goodness if we don't get practical about creating a foundation for the goodness we desire to see in this world. It is very easy to identify what and who we are against in this world but it is extremely difficult to do the hard work of overcoming the prejudice that creates in our lives. How do we expect to come together when we pre-…
 
How can we chase goodness if we don't get practical about creating a foundation for the goodness we desire to see in this world. It is very easy to identify what and who we are against in this world but it is extremely difficult to do the hard work of overcoming the prejudice that creates in our lives. How do we expect to come together when we pre-…
 
Walk 10,000 steps a day! Have you heard that slogan? Today, Yumi talks about how many steps the latest research suggests you should walk and what one should do with conflicting health suggestions. KEY VOCABULARY: 体(からだ)に良(よ)い good for the body 若(わか)い頃(ころ) youth; when (I) was young ラジオ局(きょく)に勤(つと)めていた Worked at a radio station 田舎町(いなかまち) country tow…
 
This week Alrik and Liz welcome filmmaker Naveen Chathapuram on the show to talk about making his directorial debut The Last Victim, which hits theaters on May 13th. We talk about the long journey to make the movie as well as a separate conversation on piracy. Enjoy! For 20% off your Jambox subscription use code MMIH @ jambox.io Check out the ISA a…
 
Vatican journalist Colleen Dulle discusses her biography of the French Mystic Madaleine Delbrêl, her career reporting on the Vatican, Pope Francis's new Apostolic Constitution, and her pilgrimage to the Holy Land. Colleen Dulle’s website: https://www.colleendulle.com/ Inside the Vatican podcast: https://www.americamagazine.org/topic/inside-vatican …
 
There are a range of ways that people have thought about original sin, Adam and Eve, and the spread of sin throughout the world. Scientific knowledge, including the science of human evolution has contributed to that conversation but science has not identified a correct position. Loren Haarsma lays out several different approaches in his book When D…
 
Author, Speaker and Pioneer Brian McLaren joins the show once again to discuss his new book "Do I Stay Christian" which comes out on May 24th. This is a complex question and the answer is not black and white. What do we even mean when we say the word Christian? How do we talk to people who think differently about this? Is Brian a Christian? I guess…
 
Author, Speaker and Pioneer Brian McLaren joins the show once again to discuss his new book "Do I Stay Christian" which comes out on May 24th. This is a complex question and the answer is not black and white. What do we even mean when we say the word Christian? How do we talk to people who think differently about this? Is Brian a Christian? I guess…
 
This week Alrik and Liz welcome filmmaker AJ Bermudez on the show to talk about her writing process and how she has built her career as a writer and will grow it as a director. We also have an article from Indiewire out of Cinemacon 2022 about how theaters can stop piracy and aid the mental health crisis and then have a chat about how to prioritize…
 
Living to 100 is becoming more common in Japan. In the 1960s, only a few hundred people were over a hundred. Today, that number is around 80,000. Yumi continues with a few of her thoughts about how she plans to live longer. KEY VOCABULARY: 保険(ほけん) insurance 漠然(ばくぜん) vague; obscure; hazy 長生(ながい)き long life 金(かね)を貯(た)めてください please save up money 最高齢(さ…
 
Multiple talented creative Amber Whitted is on the Creatively Christian podcast, interviewed by Dave Ebert. Amber likes pretty much all kinds of creativity–she can do everything except draw! She specifically shares her approach to writing poetry and how her job with art is to “break barriers” and plants seeds, not necessarily to save everyone. Dave…
 
Francis Collins and Phil Vischer sit down to talk about science and faith and the new BioLogos Integrate curriculum. Learn more about BioLogos Integrate. Watch the promo video for Integrate. Get 40% off Integrate units through the end of May! Join a conversation about this episode on the BioLogos Forum. Take a survey to let us know how we're doing.…
 
This is a tough topic! With war being at the forefront of many conversations lately, how do we look at in in the context of our faith? Is God a war loving god? Is Jesus going to come out of the clouds one day with military aggression to end the world? These are big questions and answers often feel elusive. www.mattkendziera.com…
 
Getting in shape and staying healthy isn't just to feel better now, it also increases the change one can live longer. Japanese have the longest life expectancies on earth. Today, Yumi shares a few of her thoughts about how she plans to live longer. KEY VOCABULARY: 水筒(すいとう) canteen; water bottle; thermos グビグビ in loud gulps (drinking) 水分(すいぶん)をとる to …
 
This week, Alrik and Liz welcome filmmaker and film festival director Melanie Addington to talk about getting into the film festival game, making the switch from the Oxford Film Festival to Tallgrass and to hear all about what an Executive Director of a film festival does! We also discuss an article about California, taxes and the streamers and rea…
 
Lock in with Degs as he takes the lead for the 2nd episode of the new edition of our Hospital Records Podcast! Tracklist: Mukiyare & Joakuim - Noches de Yambak Whytwo - Memories Mitekiss - Sophie’s Tales (feat. Milo Merah) Elk - Counter Intuition Motiv - Evershifting (feat. Zoe Kypri) Degs - Crusade (feat. In:Most) Makoto - Mystic Crystals (feat. T…
 
Keith Berube, professor of Mariology, theology, and literature, explains how the Holy Spirit is at work in the scripture, tradition, and magisterium in the Catholic Church; he also tells the story of his own faith journey and conversion and we talk about miraculous encounters in daily life. Mr. Berube's faculty profile at Queen of Heaven Academy: h…
 
Jewelry maker Norma Jean Murrain is on the Creatively Christian podcast, interviewed by Rachel Anna. Norma shares advice for starting and running a creative business and how to actually make it profitable. Passionate about changing lives with her hand-made work, Norma tells Rachel how she is empowering others and raising money with her business to …
 
With his 1989 book The End of Nature, climate activist Bill McKibben launched the contemporary movement against climate change. In the several decades since its publication, he has continued informing the public about the status of our climate and advocating for necessary mitigation measures. McKibben is also a Christian who sees his activism as a …
 
Author, coach and spiritual abuse survivor Rebekah Drumsta joins the show this week to have an honest conversation about identifying and working through trauma and hurt. www.rebekahdrumsta.com www.mattkendziera.comBy MATT KENDZIERA: National Speaker, Author and Story Teller
 
This week Alrik and Liz welcome writer and director Riley Stearns on the show to talk about his latest feature Dual, starring Karen Gillan. Riley talks about how he wrote the movie on spec, how the film got financed and how his career has grown. After that we talk about Method Acting and how it shouldn’t be used as an excuse for bad behavior and we…
 
Do you have allergies? Yumi lives in Florida and while she doesn't have bad allergies, the pollen season is bad. In Japan, however, people with allergies don't just have pollen to worry about but yellow dust from Mongolia called 黄砂【こうさ】 also. KEY VOCABULARY: 花粉(かふん) pollen 花粉症(かふんしょう) hay fever; allergy to pollen の季節(きせつ) the season of… アレルギーがある to…
 
Makoto Fujimura, world-famous contemporary painter with global cultural influence, talks about his art, his thinking and writing about Shūsaku Endō's novel Silence (1966), and his work on Martin Scorsese's film Silence (2016), as well as his work with his wife, Haejin Shim Fujimura, for Embers International and Kintsugi Academy, protecting and serv…
 
Crystal Barnes along with Ian Dunlop are on the Creatively Christian podcast, interviewed by Dave Ebert. Crystal and Ian both share their own creative projects and how they became partners in writing a feature film. The group chats about creating art for the Lord, the differences in being a “Christian creative” and being a “Christian who does creat…
 
For an episode released during Holy Week, it seemed appropriate to have a conversation with the theologian who has written what many consider to be the seminal work on Jesus’ resurrection, The Resurrection of the Son of God. N.T. Wright is a New Testament scholar of high regard and we talk to him about the resurrection: this miraculous, earth shatt…
 
Holy Week, Good Friday and Easter become challenging to many who have begun to rethink faith. How do we look at the concept of Jesus death and resurrection if we have re-thought salvation, heaven and hell or God as a whole. Did Jesus die? Did he rise from the dead? Does it matter? Is there a way to engage with Holy Week in a way that brings goodnes…
 
This week we welcome Jane Schoenbrun onto the show to talk about making their first feature 'We're All Going to the World's Fair', getting into Sundance and then creating a bidding war over their second feature film, which is being produced by A24. After that Alrik and Liz talk about what they are trying to DO as filmmakers! For 20% off your Jambox…
 
Spring has sprung, and Japan is filled with pink-hued flowers floating in the air. Yumi shares a few of her sakura-related thoughts and memories. KEY VOCABULARY: 桜(さくら) cherry blossoms 花見(はなみ) flower viewing; meeting others under cherry trees to enjoy talking and drinking while watching the blossoms. 満開(まんかい) full bloom 地元(じもと) hometown; local area…
 
David Bates, Catholic apologist and CS Lewis expert, reflects upon Lewis's conversion (how he was 'surprised by joy,' how his reason confirmed his feelings, how his theology stands on the authority of the Church and the Patristic Fathers) and his own experiences as a 'restless pilgrim.' David Bates's website: https://restlesspilgrim.net/blog/david-…
 
Author and musician Rick Norris is on the Creatively Christian podcast, interviewed by Andrea Sandefur. Rick tells how creativity and faith were entwined almost since the beginning of his life. He talks about his speculative Christian fantasy book series that incorporates music and art into his storytelling process. Also pay attention to how you ca…
 
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