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If you are a church planter, soon to be church planter, or leader of an established church, that is looking for more insight and direction on what God is doing through church planting to reach the lost, then this is the podcast for you! Every week, the creators behind Church Planter Magazine, Pete Mitchell and Peyton Jones, deliver a powerful, funny, raw and relevant hour on church planting issues, solutions, and stories. Subscribe to it now for the low-low price of FREE!
 
If you are a church planter, soon to be church planter, or leader of an established church, that is looking for more insight and direction on what God is doing through church planting to reach the lost, then this is the podcast for you! Every week, the creators behind Church Planter Magazine & Church Planter Podcast, Pete Mitchell and Peyton Jones, deliver a powerful, funny, raw and relevant interview on church planting from planters that are in the trenches - doing it. Subscribe to it now f ...
 
Join queer hosts Kevin & Chris for casual weekly discussions celebrating the weird, wild world of horror cinema! Episodes air on Tuesdays, and every month is a new theme. Connect with us on Patreon & social media for updates! Patreon: patreon.com/homosonhauntedhill Instagram: homosonhauntedhill Facebook: HOHH Podcast Twitter: hohhpodcast
 
Hear all about functional programming in practice. We invite people working on hard industry problems to tell us how they are solving them, the tools they use, and what gets them up in the morning. Expect deep dives into Haskell, Nix, Rust, build systems, data engineering, AI, and more. We make it back to the surface too sometimes, to chat about engineering culture and the challenges of leadership in distributed teams.
 
Country & Town House’s culture editor, Ed Vaizey, and associate editor, Charlotte Metcalf discuss the week’s cultural offerings with a brilliant edit of what you should be watching, reading, listening to, booking and visiting each week. Their roster of high profile guests adds illuminating insight to the current cultural landscape.
 
Welcome to Season 2 of 'Flying Coach'! This season, Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay and cohost on NFL Network's 'Good Morning Football' and Fox NFL insider Peter Schrager are joined by guests from around the sports and entertainment world to discuss the latest NFL news, tell stories from their careers, and break down the game from their unique perspectives.
 
Long time NFL star and Ivy League-educated Seth Payne welcomes you to Deceptively Fast. While the podcast promises break downs and unique takes on all of the biggest sports stories, it also features a weekly episode with an expert. The experts range from authors and dieticians to comedians and scientists, offering you a taste of everything that piques Seth’s interest - including health and physical/mental fitness. On the football side, you’ll hear from current and former players, Seth’s form ...
 
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Plus Kwame Kwei-Armah his and James Graham’s new plays at the Young Vic and Henry Faber on playing Chris Blackwell in Get Up Stand Up! The Bob Marley Musical We’re reading: Pia’s World by Julia Peyton-Jones We’re booking: Best of Enemies by James Graham The Young Vic From 6 th December to 22 nd January The Collaboration by Kwame Kwei-Armah The Youn…
 
We have a great conversation with Peyton Jones around missional engagement, church planting, and the power of focusing on Jesus and the Gospel and letting the rest happen. Peyton Jones is the author of Church Plantology: The Art and Science of Planting Churches, Reaching The Unreached: Becoming Raiders Of The Lost Art, and Church Zero: Raising 1st …
 
With the news that Simon is leaving Microsoft Research, and now joining Epic Games, we've taken the opportunity to sit down and do a retrospective of his time at Microsoft Research and the various collaborations that have come about as part of that journey. Special Guest: Simon Peyton-Jones. Links: An Epic future for SPJ…
 
Hi friends! We're still recovering from Thanksgiving festivities, so we're taking this week off from recording. Instead, we decided to release an episode from our Patreon vault. We hope you enjoy this discussion about quintessential dark comedy, Addams Family Values (1993)! We talk Joan Cusack's camptastic performance as Debbie Jellinsky, the film'…
 
Plus The glories of the renovated Courtauld gallery and a scary Christmas ghost story at Wilton’s Music Hall We’re visiting: Chris Levine: 158 Hz Love Frequency, a solo exhibition by Chris Levine at Houghton Hall Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays only from 4.30 till 9.00 Till 23rd December https://www.houghtonhall.com The Courtauld Gallery https://c…
 
In this episode, Brian Sanders talks about missional living in the urban core, the humility it takes to come as a learner, and the incredible things that happen when you empower people to live out their purpose. A social entrepreneur, Brian has helped to start hundreds of missional enterprises, including churches, nonprofits, and businesses all ove…
 
Light or dark meat, Stephanie? Kevin & Chris wrap up Family Thrills Month with quintessential autumnal-thriller, The Stepfather (1987). The 'mos talk Terry Quinn: Master of Disguise, sleuthy stepdaughter Jill Schoelen, disgruntled Reaganites + yuppies-in-peril, an extraneous side-sleuth, scenic fall foliage, a heartwarming Thanksgiving scene and mo…
 
We’re reading: A Man of Honour by Barbara Taylor Bradford We’re visiting: Changing Lanes by David Yarrow at the Maddox Gallery, Westbourne Grove Extended till January 5th 2022 https://maddoxgallery.com/exhibitions/98-david-yarrow-changing-lanes-november-19th-january-5th-2021/ Waddesdon Manor Christmas Fair Wednesday till Sunday 12 to 7 Grounds Till…
 
In this episode, we have a conversation with Erik Fish around creating empathetic spaces of listening and understanding that lead to encounters with Jesus. Erik shares some stories of Jesus encountering others and helps make following Jesus something everybody would want to do. Erik’s journeys among the First Nations people of North America inspire…
 
Kevin & Chris continue Family Thrills Month with the oft-overlooked Jamie Lee Curtis psycho-thriller, Mother's Boys (1994). The 'mos talk a jilted mother out for vengeance, a seduction-gone-wrong, Peter Gallagher's beautiful eyes, an office meltdown, a delightful planetarium sequence, an icky bath scene, well-placed jump scares, a cliffside confron…
 
Plus Fragonard’s The Swing restored and introducing Inque, a new concept in magazines We’re reading: Lily by Rose Tremain We’re visiting: The Wallace Collection, Manchester Square www.wallacecollection.org Jean-Honoré Fragonard’s The Swing Permanent Collection Jean Hals: The Male Portrait Till January 30th 2022 And booking: Meet the Expert: The Fra…
 
In this episode Neil Cole discusses his new book Viral, the importance of hearing God's voice, what lateral leadership looks like in the church, and much more. Neil was born in Los Angeles CA, found Jesus in University and has followed Him for 40+ years. He has catalyzed the launch and multiplication of organic churches world wide and authored 17 b…
 
Kevin & Chris continue Family Thrills Month with the Macaulay Culkin & Elijah Wood bad-seed thriller, The Good Son (1993). The 'mos talk a psychopath youth and a melancholy mom, a chilly Maine setting (Stephen King much?), a deathtrap treehouse, an inopportune traffic jam and an ice skating fiasco, a cliffside Sophie's Choice decision and more. Bon…
 
Plus Matthew Bourne on Patrick Hamilton, the inspiration for his ballet The Midnight Bell and Christmas favourite Nutcracker! We’re reading: The King and the Christmas Tree by A.N. Wilson We’re booking: Matthew Bourne’s The Midnight Bell https://new-adventures.net/the-midnight-bell#overview Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry 10 th – 13 th November Eden …
 
We have a great conversation with Adrian Reeves around African American missions, churches from different backgrounds working together, and people coming to the table together to solve issues we are currently facing. Adrian Reeves is a missions mobilizer and Executive Director for the National African American Missions Council, a conglomerate of mi…
 
Kevin & Chris kick off Family Thrills Month with quintessential nanny-from-hell thriller, The Hand That Rocks the Cradle (1992). The 'mos talk scorned-widow Peyton Flanders (+ Rebecca De Mornay's iconic performance), yuppies-in-peril & white picket fences, the wildly undersung Marlene, midnight breastfeedings, a greenhouse of death, and a plethora …
 
Anush Hovannisyan on playing Violetta in La Traviata and Stewart Collins tells us about this week’s Petworth Literary Festival We’re reading: The King and the Christmas Tree by A.N. Wilson We’re going to: The 2021 Petworth Festival Literary Week Until 7th November Jeffrey Archer on Sunday 31st October 5.30 p.m. Seaford College Hamish de Bretton-Gor…
 
In this episode Noon is joined by Chris Granade, from Microsoft, who talks about their background, their research path, and what brought them into quantum computing. We discuss Chris' journey to the Q# development team, and the book they have co-authored with Sarah Kaiser. We also cover Chris' vision of the necessary skills to get engaged working i…
 
A preview for our Patreon-exclusive camp episode on Death Becomes Her (1992). Subscribe and listen to the full episode at patreon.com/homosonhauntedhill PLOT: When a novelist (Goldie Hawn) loses her man (Bruce Willis) to a movie star and former friend, she winds up in a psychiatric hospital. Years later, she returns home to confront the now-married…
 
In this episode, we talk with Alex Absalom about engaging naturally in conversations, helping others encounter Jesus, and being empowered by the Spirit in our every day lives. Alex Absalom has served alongside his wife Hannah in church leadership in a wide range of settings, from plants to megachurches, for over 25 years. Together they lead Dandeli…
 
Kevin & Chris conclude Anthology Month with Michael Dougherty's darkly-comic seasonal staple, Trick 'r Treat (2007). The 'mos talk Halloween season rules + mischievous icon Sam, a bickering married couple, a deranged principal with multiple hobbies, a school bus massacre & a cruel prank, a final girl-with-a-secret, and a total Scrooge who learns th…
 
Did you get your copy of the BIVO Church Planter Manifesto? Get it here: If you are a church planter, soon to be church planter, or leader of an established church, that is looking for more insight and direction on what God is doing through church planting to reach the lost, then this is the podcast for you!…
 
Patrick Hughes on his new exhibition as he celebrates his 82nd birthday and Andrew Roberts turns our assumptions about George III on their heads. We’re reading: George III : The Life and Reign of Britain’s Most Misunderstood Monarch by Andrew Roberts www.andrew-roberts.net We’re going to: Paintings by Patrick Hughes ‘The Perspective Paradox’ The Ha…
 
Craig Ott is my guest in this episode. He is professor of mission and intercultural studies at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and author of a new book Teaching and Learning Across Cultures: A Guide to Theory and Practice. Craig is an expert in the field, and his book will become the definitive work on the subject for many years. Join us as we …
 
We have a conversation with Jonathan Tremaine Thomas about issues of justice, reconciliation, all peoples coming to the table, and how the arts can affect change in a culture. Jonathan Tremaine Thomas was raised in the southern foothills of western North Carolina along with his brother, worship artist Jaye Thomas. As a fifth generation “preacher’s …
 
Kevin & Chris continue Anthology Month with the darkly funny suburban-creepshow, Terror Tract (2000). The 'mos talk EC Comics influences, charismatic realtor-with-a-secret John Ritter, a cheating housewife and a water-logged husband, Bryan Cranston's circus monkey woes, and Brenda Strong vs The Granny Killer (oh Mary Alice, what did you do?). Bonus…
 
Plus Cliveden Literary Festival and The Affordable Art Fair We’re booking: The Mirror and the Light Gielgud Theatre till 23 rd January https://themirrorandthelight.co.uk We’re going to: The Cliveden Literary Festival Saturday 23 rd and Sunday 24 th October https://clivedenliteraryfestival.org The Affordable Art Fair Battersea Park 21 st to 24 th Oc…
 
David Blackwell shares about the power of story to shape and influence culture, realeasing others into work with Jesus, and the impact the fruit of the Spirit has. David is a pastor at Navah Church KC which is a part of 24-7 Prayer. He is also a self proclaimed pickle ball champion, karaoke king, and birdie beast. David's Recommendations Falling Up…
 
Kevin & Chris continue Anthology Month with the timely and satirical spookfest, Tales from the Hood (1995). Full episode description will be added later (Kevin is on a birthday week vacation). We hope you're all having a fabulously spooky October! Connect with us on Patreon and social media for updates!Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/homosonhaunte…
 
Plus the 2021 Cheltenham Literary Festival, StART Fair at Saatchi Gallery and felt artist Lucy Sparrow. We’re reading: Every Leaf a Hallelujah by Ben Okri, illustrated by Diana Ejaita We’re visiting: The Times and Sunday Times Cheltenham Literature Festival 8th to 17th October https://www.cheltenhamfestivals.com/literature/ StART Fair 13th to 17th …
 
In this episode of Strike the Match, I have the honor of having a conversation with David Joannes about his latest book Gospel Privilege: The Unearned Advantage that’s Meant for Everyone. Privilege is a frequently used word, but seldom applied to gospel conversations. Though more people claim Christianity than any other world religion, the majority…
 
In this episode we have a conversation with Lisa Rodriguez-Watson around issues of justice, the Kingdom of God, and embodying Jesus. Lisa Rodriguez-Watson, for nearly two decades, has served as an urban church planter, collegiate minister, seminary professor, international missionary and community development practitioner. Her heart to see people r…
 
Kevin & Chris ring in Anthology Month--and official Halloween Season-- with the undersung After Midnight (1989). The 'mos talk a clairvoyant coed & a hot enigmatic professor, haunted mansion hijinks, urban canine woes, a telephone stalker from hell, and a climax to die for. Bonus topics include Elvira: Out & Proud, Candyman 2021 thoughts, and plent…
 
Cas Ojo on African Art, the 20th Oxford Lieder Festival and Aonia, the latest cultural platform. Cas Ojo from the Luxury Network Nigeria on The African Art Series The African Art Series 8th and 9th October the Bulgari Hotel, Knightsbridge Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-african-art-series-public-viewing-tickets-167674668447 1-54 Con…
 
A preview for our Patreon-exclusive camp episode on The Witches__ (1990). Subscribe and listen to the full episode at patreon.com/homosonhauntedhill PLOT: While staying at a hotel in England with his grandmother, Helga (Mai Zetterling), young Luke (Jasen Fisher) inadvertently spies on a convention of witches. The Grand High Witch (Anjelica Huston) …
 
In this episode we have a conversation with Liam Byrnes about fruitfulness versus productivity and the long slow process of being formed into the likeness of Jesus. Liam and Rachel Byrnes joined All Nations and did CPx in 2010 in Cape Town. They've lived there ever since working in the township of Masiphumelele encouraging and mentoring young peopl…
 
Kevin & Chris conclude STILL Witching & Bitching Month with Bava's formative occult-classic, Black Sunday (1960). The 'mos talk a pissed-off immortal witch, a cursed Moldavian royal family, Universal Monster Movie & Hammer Films vibes, a cornocopea of crucifixes, eye trauma galore and much more. Bonus topics include '60s horror trends, The Emmys + …
 
Seth and Drew talk about how the Ravens honored Michael K. Williams. La'el Collins does three of the dumbest things ever done in a drug test. Seth and Drew list the behaviors they currently practice that one day will be the source of shame to their great grandchildren with their more evolved values. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informati…
 
Did you get your copy of the BIVO Church Planter Manifesto? Get it here: If you are a church planter, soon to be church planter, or leader of an established church, that is looking for more insight and direction on what God is doing through church planting to reach the lost, then this is the podcast for you!…
 
The Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts From 22nd September till 2nd January Book: https://www.royalacademy.org.uk/exhibition/summer-exhibition-2021 Browse and buy: https://se.royalacademy.org.uk/?_ga=2.21972985.356073063.1632560505-679266684.1632221837 Also at the Royal Academy: Light Lines: The Architectural Photographs of Hélène Binet…
 
If Jesus is building His Church and we are filled with a dynamic Spirit, then we should expect change. Also, we live in a world where change is constant. And with change, we encounter ministry barriers. It is here that leaders must lead with innovation. Throughout history, the Church has often innovated to overcome challenges and advance the gospel…
 
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