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ESV: M'Cheyne Reading Plan
May 26: Numbers 35; Psalm 79; Isaiah 27; 1 John 5

ESV: M'Cheyne Reading Plan

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 11:50


With family: Numbers 35; Psalm 79 Numbers 35 (Listen) Cities for the Levites 35 The LORD spoke to Moses in the plains of Moab by the Jordan at Jericho, saying, 2 “Command the people of Israel to give to the Levites some of the inheritance of their possession as cities for them to dwell in. And you shall give to the Levites pasturelands around the cities. 3 The cities shall be theirs to dwell in, and their pasturelands shall be for their cattle and for their livestock and for all their beasts. 4 The pasturelands of the cities, which you shall give to the Levites, shall reach from the wall of the city outward a thousand cubits1 all around. 5 And you shall measure, outside the city, on the east side two thousand cubits, and on the south side two thousand cubits, and on the west side two thousand cubits, and on the north side two thousand cubits, the city being in the middle. This shall belong to them as pastureland for their cities. 6 “The cities that you give to the Levites shall be the six cities of refuge, where you shall permit the manslayer to flee, and in addition to them you shall give forty-two cities. 7 All the cities that you give to the Levites shall be forty-eight, with their pasturelands. 8 And as for the cities that you shall give from the possession of the people of Israel, from the larger tribes you shall take many, and from the smaller tribes you shall take few; each, in proportion to the inheritance that it inherits, shall give of its cities to the Levites.” Cities of Refuge 9 And the LORD spoke to Moses, saying, 10 “Speak to the people of Israel and say to them, When you cross the Jordan into the land of Canaan, 11 then you shall select cities to be cities of refuge for you, that the manslayer who kills any person without intent may flee there. 12 The cities shall be for you a refuge from the avenger, that the manslayer may not die until he stands before the congregation for judgment. 13 And the cities that you give shall be your six cities of refuge. 14 You shall give three cities beyond the Jordan, and three cities in the land of Canaan, to be cities of refuge. 15 These six cities shall be for refuge for the people of Israel, and for the stranger and for the sojourner among them, that anyone who kills any person without intent may flee there. 16 “But if he struck him down with an iron object, so that he died, he is a murderer. The murderer shall be put to death. 17 And if he struck him down with a stone tool that could cause death, and he died, he is a murderer. The murderer shall be put to death. 18 Or if he struck him down with a wooden tool that could cause death, and he died, he is a murderer. The murderer shall be put to death. 19 The avenger of blood shall himself put the murderer to death; when he meets him, he shall put him to death. 20 And if he pushed him out of hatred or hurled something at him, lying in wait, so that he died, 21 or in enmity struck him down with his hand, so that he died, then he who struck the blow shall be put to death. He is a murderer. The avenger of blood shall put the murderer to death when he meets him. 22 “But if he pushed him suddenly without enmity, or hurled anything on him without lying in wait 23 or used a stone that could cause death, and without seeing him dropped it on him, so that he died, though he was not his enemy and did not seek his harm, 24 then the congregation shall judge between the manslayer and the avenger of blood, in accordance with these rules. 25 And the congregation shall rescue the manslayer from the hand of the avenger of blood, and the congregation shall restore him to his city of refuge to which he had fled, and he shall live in it until the death of the high priest who was anointed with the holy oil. 26 But if the manslayer shall at any time go beyond the boundaries of his city of refuge to which he fled, 27 and the avenger of blood finds him outside the boundaries of his city of refuge, and the avenger of blood kills the manslayer, he shall not be guilty of blood. 28 For he must remain in his city of refuge until the death of the high priest, but after the death of the high priest the manslayer may return to the land of his possession. 29 And these things shall be for a statute and rule for you throughout your generations in all your dwelling places. 30 “If anyone kills a person, the murderer shall be put to death on the evidence of witnesses. But no person shall be put to death on the testimony of one witness. 31 Moreover, you shall accept no ransom for the life of a murderer, who is guilty of death, but he shall be put to death. 32 And you shall accept no ransom for him who has fled to his city of refuge, that he may return to dwell in the land before the death of the high priest. 33 You shall not pollute the land in which you live, for blood pollutes the land, and no atonement can be made for the land for the blood that is shed in it, except by the blood of the one who shed it. 34 You shall not defile the land in which you live, in the midst of which I dwell, for I the LORD dwell in the midst of the people of Israel.” Footnotes [1] 35:4 A cubit was about 18 inches or 45 centimeters (ESV) Psalm 79 (Listen) How Long, O Lord? A Psalm of Asaph. 79   O God, the nations have come into your inheritance;    they have defiled your holy temple;    they have laid Jerusalem in ruins.2   They have given the bodies of your servants    to the birds of the heavens for food,    the flesh of your faithful to the beasts of the earth.3   They have poured out their blood like water    all around Jerusalem,    and there was no one to bury them.4   We have become a taunt to our neighbors,    mocked and derided by those around us. 5   How long, O LORD? Will you be angry forever?    Will your jealousy burn like fire?6   Pour out your anger on the nations    that do not know you,  and on the kingdoms    that do not call upon your name!7   For they have devoured Jacob    and laid waste his habitation. 8   Do not remember against us our former iniquities;1    let your compassion come speedily to meet us,    for we are brought very low.9   Help us, O God of our salvation,    for the glory of your name;  deliver us, and atone for our sins,    for your name's sake!10   Why should the nations say,    “Where is their God?”  Let the avenging of the outpoured blood of your servants    be known among the nations before our eyes! 11   Let the groans of the prisoners come before you;    according to your great power, preserve those doomed to die!12   Return sevenfold into the lap of our neighbors    the taunts with which they have taunted you, O Lord!13   But we your people, the sheep of your pasture,    will give thanks to you forever;    from generation to generation we will recount your praise. Footnotes [1] 79:8 Or the iniquities of former generations (ESV) In private: Isaiah 27; 1 John 5 Isaiah 27 (Listen) The Redemption of Israel 27 In that day the LORD with his hard and great and strong sword will punish Leviathan the fleeing serpent, Leviathan the twisting serpent, and he will slay the dragon that is in the sea. 2   In that day,  “A pleasant vineyard,1 sing of it!3     I, the LORD, am its keeper;    every moment I water it.    Lest anyone punish it,  I keep it night and day;4     I have no wrath.  Would that I had thorns and briers to battle!    I would march against them,    I would burn them up together.5   Or let them lay hold of my protection,    let them make peace with me,    let them make peace with me.” 6   In days to come2 Jacob shall take root,    Israel shall blossom and put forth shoots    and fill the whole world with fruit. 7   Has he struck them as he struck those who struck them?    Or have they been slain as their slayers were slain?8   Measure by measure,3 by exile you contended with them;    he removed them with his fierce breath4 in the day of the east wind.9   Therefore by this the guilt of Jacob will be atoned for,    and this will be the full fruit of the removal of his sin:5  when he makes all the stones of the altars    like chalkstones crushed to pieces,    no Asherim or incense altars will remain standing.10   For the fortified city is solitary,    a habitation deserted and forsaken, like the wilderness;  there the calf grazes;    there it lies down and strips its branches.11   When its boughs are dry, they are broken;    women come and make a fire of them.  For this is a people without discernment;    therefore he who made them will not have compassion on them;    he who formed them will show them no favor. 12 In that day from the river Euphrates6 to the Brook of Egypt the LORD will thresh out the grain, and you will be gleaned one by one, O people of Israel. 13 And in that day a great trumpet will be blown, and those who were lost in the land of Assyria and those who were driven out to the land of Egypt will come and worship the LORD on the holy mountain at Jerusalem. Footnotes [1] 27:2 Many Hebrew manuscripts A vineyard of wine [2] 27:6 Hebrew In those to come [3] 27:8 Or By driving her away; the meaning of the Hebrew word is uncertain [4] 27:8 Or wind [5] 27:9 Septuagint and this is the blessing when I take away his sin [6] 27:12 Hebrew from the River (ESV) 1 John 5 (Listen) Overcoming the World 5 Everyone who believes that Jesus is the Christ has been born of God, and everyone who loves the Father loves whoever has been born of him. 2 By this we know that we love the children of God, when we love God and obey his commandments. 3 For this is the love of God, that we keep his commandments. And his commandments are not burdensome. 4 For everyone who has been born of God overcomes the world. And this is the victory that has overcome the world—our faith. 5 Who is it that overcomes the world except the one who believes that Jesus is the Son of God? Testimony Concerning the Son of God 6 This is he who came by water and blood—Jesus Christ; not by the water only but by the water and the blood. And the Spirit is the one who testifies, because the Spirit is the truth. 7 For there are three that testify: 8 the Spirit and the water and the blood; and these three agree. 9 If we receive the testimony of men, the testimony of God is greater, for this is the testimony of God that he has borne concerning his Son. 10 Whoever believes in the Son of God has the testimony in himself. Whoever does not believe God has made him a liar, because he has not believed in the testimony that God has borne concerning his Son. 11 And this is the testimony, that God gave us eternal life, and this life is in his Son. 12 Whoever has the Son has life; whoever does not have the Son of God does not have life. That You May Know 13 I write these things to you who believe in the name of the Son of God, that you may know that you have eternal life. 14 And this is the confidence that we have toward him, that if we ask anything according to his will he hears us. 15 And if we know that he hears us in whatever we ask, we know that we have the requests that we have asked of him. 16 If anyone sees his brother committing a sin not leading to death, he shall ask, and God1 will give him life—to those who commit sins that do not lead to death. There is sin that leads to death; I do not say that one should pray for that. 17 All wrongdoing is sin, but there is sin that does not lead to death. 18 We know that everyone who has been born of God does not keep on sinning, but he who was born of God protects him, and the evil one does not touch him. 19 We know that we are from God, and the whole world lies in the power of the evil one. 20 And we know that the Son of God has come and has given us understanding, so that we may know him who is true; and we are in him who is true, in his Son Jesus Christ. He is the true God and eternal life. 21 Little children, keep yourselves from idols. Footnotes [1] 5:16 Greek he (ESV)

Alpha Control: a Lost in Space Podcast
Special - Calling Alpha Control: RON GROSS 4.0

Alpha Control: a Lost in Space Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 77:00


  CALLING ALPHA CONTROL: RON GROSS 4.0 EPISODE SYNOPSIS: We welcome back AGAIN a very special friend of the Alpha Control Podcast; the “Artist-Laureate” of Irwin Allen's original Lost in Space - Mr. RON GROSS. Ron is an incredibly talented & prolific graphic artist who is skilled in both traditional and digital rendering techniques. Many of his beautiful creations employ a distinctive hybrid production methodology that he personally developed. Ron's Lost in Space related works include assorted box art illustrations for both Polar Lights and Moebius Models. In association with Kevin Burns of Synthesis Entertainment, Ron also designed the official 45th and 50th Lost in Space anniversary logos. Fans of the series are most familiar with his stunning calendars & poster art based on the original Irwin Allen television properties. As well as an officially licensed - Limited-Edition Lost in Space Deluxe Trading Card set from Monsterwax, featuring his own dazzling Artwork, as well as a fascinating series ‘In Universe' storyline released in 2019. RON'S BIO: Ron grew up in Aurora Illinois and resides in the greater Chicago area to this day.  After retiring from a distinguished career as a Sales Executive, Ron's fully devoted himself to his passion for creating art.  When we spoke with Ron last time, we focused on his THEN “newly-released” book, "Fantasy Worlds Beyond: The Irwin Allen Art of Ron Gross". Published in Spring 2021, this beautiful Art Book burnished his well-deserved fame among serious Lost in Space aficionados.  Now Ron has followed up his many accomplishments, with yet another fantastic project: his newly released book, "Lost in Space: The Initial Adventures." More than 5 decades in the making, this richly illustrated novelization of the multi-episode story arc that launched series contains a variety of "lost scenes” throughout - as well as Ron's own speculative exploration of the mysteriously planned, but never developed sixth episode of the story arc titled; “Refuge of the Damned”. A topic that has intrigued Lost in Space fans for years. So, today we're going to speak in-depth with Ron about his fabulous New Book & how he managed to make this childhood passion a reality. So, sit back, relax & enjoy “ACT IV” of our compelling ongoing conversation with gifted Lost in Space graphic artist & author Mr. Ron Gross. PODCAST INFO: This interview was conducted on 25 APR 2022. LINKS: http://www.outerportals.com/home.html Lost in Space: The Initial Adventures: Gross, Ron: 9798433306585: Amazon.com: Books Fantasy Worlds Beyond: The Irwin Allen Art of Ron Gross: Gross, Ron: 9798727194386: Books - Amazon http://www.monsterwax.com/LIScards.html https://www.facebook.com/alphacontrolpodcast/ EMAIL: alphacontrolpodcast@gmail.com  

Holiness Preaching Online
Bro. Rick Simpson- "A refuge for Condemnation"

Holiness Preaching Online

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 52:17


Code Switch
How We Decide Who Is 'Worthy of Welcome'

Code Switch

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 41:58


Millions of Syrians have been displaced by ongoing civil war. In her new book, Refuge, Heba Gowayed follows Syrians who have resettled in the U.S., Canada and Germany. She argues that finding their footing in their new homes is less about individual choice and more about governmental systems.

Biblical Citizen Let’s Roll with Kathleen and Brian Melonakos
Episode 96: Dealing with Polygamy in 2022 with Doris Hanson

Biblical Citizen Let’s Roll with Kathleen and Brian Melonakos

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 28:07


Do you know there are at least 30,000 people in Utah and surrounding states practicing Mormon Fundamentalism (polygamy), right now? Doris Hanson was raised in a polygamous group and escaped. Years later, she became a Christian and created Shield and Refuge ministry to reach out to those still trapped in the bondage of polygamy--a brutal way of life, not at all as portrayed in "Big Love" or "Sister Wives." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Joni and Friends Radio
Search Your Heart and Be Silent

Joni and Friends Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 4:00


Take time today to be silent before God out of respect for him. Search your heart and confess your sin. Consider his greatness and listen to what he reveals about himself.

Refuge City Church
To Tell The Truth | Pastor Cheri Lane | Refuge City Church

Refuge City Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 45:10


Join us for our Sunday morning service as we examine ourselves and ask the question: are we truly followers of Christ, or are we just pretending?#refugecitychurch #klamathfalls #church #hope #worship #jesus #christian To support this ministry and help us continue to reach people all around the world click here: https://refugecity.church/giveA Refuge. Embracing Others. This is the vision of Refuge City Church, led by Pastor Jim Boyd and based in Klamath Falls, Oregon with multiple locations throughout Southern Oregon.——Events:Refugecity.church/Events——Stay Connected:Subscribe at: https://bit.ly/37OC1AlWebsite: https://refugecity.churchFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/refugecitychurchkfInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/refugecity.church/?hl=enTwitter: https://twitter.com/RefugeChurchKFTikTok: https://tiktok.com/@refugecitySupport the show

Sound Mind Set
THURSDAY, MAY 26 2022

Sound Mind Set

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 9:49


Psalm 91 is one of the most powerful chapters in the Bible for asking God's protection and provision when troubles come. There is a hopeful tone in the words that cut through the darkness. Listen to verses 1 and 2 … Those who live in the shelter of the Most High will find rest in the shadow of the Almighty. This I declare about the Lord: He alone is my refuge, my place of safety; he is my God, and I trust him. (NLT) When we struggle, when we are trying to find our way through days filled with trouble, knowing that God is the shelter where we can find rest and the refuge where we can find safety is a huge comfort and encouragement. But the key is in the final words: He is my God and I trust Him. Listen now to verses 14-16 … The Lord says, “I will rescue those who love me. I will protect those who trust in my name. When they call on me, I will answer; I will be with them in trouble. I will rescue and honor them. I will reward them with a long life and give them my salvation.” When trouble lands on your doorstep, what is your first thought? Your first thought. Is it, how am I going to fix this? Why is this happening to me? One of the ways we can know we are growing in our faith is when our first thought is to invite God to work. To pray, “Lord, rescue me, protect me, answer me. I need to hear from You.” I want to encourage you to use Psalm 91 as a prayer for you and your kids. Words like these will help you look to God first when darkness falls. Let's pray together: “Heavenly Father, You are my Shelter, my Refuge, my Place of safety. My Rescue. My Protector. My answer. As above, so below.”

Arise and Abide
Remain In His Love

Arise and Abide

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 9:04


Reading Joshua 22:1-10 (NLT) ~ Scripture reading followed by discussion. Jumping from chapter 11 to chapter 22. God helping Israel clear out the land, dividing the land, Caleb getting his allotment of land, the daughters of Zelophehad getting their land. Some of the tribes failing to fully drive out the people. Cities of Refuge established. Joshua's encouragement to the tribes of Reuben, Gad, and half tribe of Manasseh. Joshua does not want the distance, or the natural barrier of the Jordan river keep them from staying rooted in the LORD, Jeremiah 17:7-8. Deuteronomy 6:5 Love the LORD your God with all your heart, all your soul, and all your strength. Deuteronomy 6:11. Following Jesus means making disciples and being discipled.

The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
"Bonding With James: Pella: A Doorway to Refuge"

The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 27:44


After James' martyrdom, another relative of Jesus becomes bishop of Jerusalem; the early Church flees to Pella to escape the destruction of the Temple.

Free Range Church Podcast
Joshua | Be A City - Joshua 20

Free Range Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 10:58


In this season of Easter, Benson & Sean are jumping back into the Old Testament to explore the story of Joshua. A leader who served under Moses and then was handed the leadership, Joshua is perhaps one of the most overlooked heroes of Scripture. And he accomplished much of what he did by keeping it incredibly simple. How did he do that? What lessons can we learn from his leadership? Join us for this series as we explore that and more.

Abhayagiri Dhamma Talks
The Buddha as a Refuge

Abhayagiri Dhamma Talks

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022


On the evening of Vesakha Puja commemorating the Buddha’s birth, enlightenment, and death, Ajahn Pasanno reflects on the Buddha and the Four Noble Truths. This talk was offered on May 15, 2022.

Refuge Project
Refuge Project Ep68 Pastor Mark Walker On The 100 Years of Elim

Refuge Project

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 66:49


This week on the Refuge Project we talk to the senior Pastor at Elim Church about his part of the 100 years of Elim Church.

Refuge Community Church - Sermons
05.15.2022 Gathering - Good Shepherd (Week 4)

Refuge Community Church - Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 41:18


Welcome to Refuge Community Church's online gathering! Helpful links below! Connection Page (bit.ly/refugeconnect) Community Groups (bit.ly/refuge-groups) Refuge Kids (bit.ly/refuge-kids) Giving (bit.ly/refuge-giving) Refuge exists to make disciples that shape our communities with the love of Jesus!

Abundant Life Fellowship in Butte, Montana
Refuge | Selfish Ambition | Caitlin Goulson | 5.11.22

Abundant Life Fellowship in Butte, Montana

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 46:35


Selfish Ambition

New Books Network
Heba Gowayed, "Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential" (Princeton UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 55:50


As the world confronts the largest refugee crisis since World War II, wealthy countries are being called upon to open their doors to the displaced, with the assumption that this will restore their prospects for a bright future. Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential (Princeton UP, 2022) follows Syrians who fled a brutal war in their homeland as they attempt to rebuild in countries of resettlement and asylum. Their experiences reveal that these destination countries are not saviors; they can deny newcomers' potential by failing to recognize their abilities and invest in the tools they need to prosper. Heba Gowayed spent three years documenting the strikingly divergent journeys of Syrian families from similar economic and social backgrounds during their crucial first years of resettlement in the United States and Canada and asylum in Germany. All three countries offer a legal solution to displacement, while simultaneously minoritizing newcomers through policies that fail to recognize their histories, aspirations, and personhood. The United States stands out for its emphasis on “self-sufficiency” that integrates refugees into American poverty, which, by design, is populated by people of color and marked by stagnation. Gowayed argues that refugee human capital is less an attribute of newcomers than a product of the same racist welfare systems that have long shaped the contours of national belonging. Centering the human experience of displacement, Refuge shines needed light on how countries structure the potential of people, new arrivals or otherwise, within their borders. Heba Gowayed is the Moorman-Simon Assistant Professor of Sociology at Boston University. You can find her on Twitter @hebagowayed Alize Arıcan is a Postdoctoral Associate at Rutgers University's Center for Cultural Analysis. She is an anthropologist whose research focuses on urban renewal, futurity, care, and migration in Istanbul, Turkey. Her work has been featured in Current Anthropology, City & Society, JOTSA, Radical Housing Journal, and entanglements. You can find her on Twitter @alizearican Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Anthropology
Heba Gowayed, "Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential" (Princeton UP, 2022)

New Books in Anthropology

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 55:50


As the world confronts the largest refugee crisis since World War II, wealthy countries are being called upon to open their doors to the displaced, with the assumption that this will restore their prospects for a bright future. Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential (Princeton UP, 2022) follows Syrians who fled a brutal war in their homeland as they attempt to rebuild in countries of resettlement and asylum. Their experiences reveal that these destination countries are not saviors; they can deny newcomers' potential by failing to recognize their abilities and invest in the tools they need to prosper. Heba Gowayed spent three years documenting the strikingly divergent journeys of Syrian families from similar economic and social backgrounds during their crucial first years of resettlement in the United States and Canada and asylum in Germany. All three countries offer a legal solution to displacement, while simultaneously minoritizing newcomers through policies that fail to recognize their histories, aspirations, and personhood. The United States stands out for its emphasis on “self-sufficiency” that integrates refugees into American poverty, which, by design, is populated by people of color and marked by stagnation. Gowayed argues that refugee human capital is less an attribute of newcomers than a product of the same racist welfare systems that have long shaped the contours of national belonging. Centering the human experience of displacement, Refuge shines needed light on how countries structure the potential of people, new arrivals or otherwise, within their borders. Heba Gowayed is the Moorman-Simon Assistant Professor of Sociology at Boston University. You can find her on Twitter @hebagowayed Alize Arıcan is a Postdoctoral Associate at Rutgers University's Center for Cultural Analysis. She is an anthropologist whose research focuses on urban renewal, futurity, care, and migration in Istanbul, Turkey. Her work has been featured in Current Anthropology, City & Society, JOTSA, Radical Housing Journal, and entanglements. You can find her on Twitter @alizearican Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology

New Books in American Studies
Heba Gowayed, "Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential" (Princeton UP, 2022)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 55:50


As the world confronts the largest refugee crisis since World War II, wealthy countries are being called upon to open their doors to the displaced, with the assumption that this will restore their prospects for a bright future. Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential (Princeton UP, 2022) follows Syrians who fled a brutal war in their homeland as they attempt to rebuild in countries of resettlement and asylum. Their experiences reveal that these destination countries are not saviors; they can deny newcomers' potential by failing to recognize their abilities and invest in the tools they need to prosper. Heba Gowayed spent three years documenting the strikingly divergent journeys of Syrian families from similar economic and social backgrounds during their crucial first years of resettlement in the United States and Canada and asylum in Germany. All three countries offer a legal solution to displacement, while simultaneously minoritizing newcomers through policies that fail to recognize their histories, aspirations, and personhood. The United States stands out for its emphasis on “self-sufficiency” that integrates refugees into American poverty, which, by design, is populated by people of color and marked by stagnation. Gowayed argues that refugee human capital is less an attribute of newcomers than a product of the same racist welfare systems that have long shaped the contours of national belonging. Centering the human experience of displacement, Refuge shines needed light on how countries structure the potential of people, new arrivals or otherwise, within their borders. Heba Gowayed is the Moorman-Simon Assistant Professor of Sociology at Boston University. You can find her on Twitter @hebagowayed Alize Arıcan is a Postdoctoral Associate at Rutgers University's Center for Cultural Analysis. She is an anthropologist whose research focuses on urban renewal, futurity, care, and migration in Istanbul, Turkey. Her work has been featured in Current Anthropology, City & Society, JOTSA, Radical Housing Journal, and entanglements. You can find her on Twitter @alizearican Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

Princeton UP Ideas Podcast
Heba Gowayed, "Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential" (Princeton UP, 2022)

Princeton UP Ideas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 55:50


As the world confronts the largest refugee crisis since World War II, wealthy countries are being called upon to open their doors to the displaced, with the assumption that this will restore their prospects for a bright future. Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential (Princeton UP, 2022) follows Syrians who fled a brutal war in their homeland as they attempt to rebuild in countries of resettlement and asylum. Their experiences reveal that these destination countries are not saviors; they can deny newcomers' potential by failing to recognize their abilities and invest in the tools they need to prosper. Heba Gowayed spent three years documenting the strikingly divergent journeys of Syrian families from similar economic and social backgrounds during their crucial first years of resettlement in the United States and Canada and asylum in Germany. All three countries offer a legal solution to displacement, while simultaneously minoritizing newcomers through policies that fail to recognize their histories, aspirations, and personhood. The United States stands out for its emphasis on “self-sufficiency” that integrates refugees into American poverty, which, by design, is populated by people of color and marked by stagnation. Gowayed argues that refugee human capital is less an attribute of newcomers than a product of the same racist welfare systems that have long shaped the contours of national belonging. Centering the human experience of displacement, Refuge shines needed light on how countries structure the potential of people, new arrivals or otherwise, within their borders. Heba Gowayed is the Moorman-Simon Assistant Professor of Sociology at Boston University. You can find her on Twitter @hebagowayed Alize Arıcan is a Postdoctoral Associate at Rutgers University's Center for Cultural Analysis. She is an anthropologist whose research focuses on urban renewal, futurity, care, and migration in Istanbul, Turkey. Her work has been featured in Current Anthropology, City & Society, JOTSA, Radical Housing Journal, and entanglements. You can find her on Twitter @alizearican

New Books in Public Policy
Heba Gowayed, "Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential" (Princeton UP, 2022)

New Books in Public Policy

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 55:50


As the world confronts the largest refugee crisis since World War II, wealthy countries are being called upon to open their doors to the displaced, with the assumption that this will restore their prospects for a bright future. Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential (Princeton UP, 2022) follows Syrians who fled a brutal war in their homeland as they attempt to rebuild in countries of resettlement and asylum. Their experiences reveal that these destination countries are not saviors; they can deny newcomers' potential by failing to recognize their abilities and invest in the tools they need to prosper. Heba Gowayed spent three years documenting the strikingly divergent journeys of Syrian families from similar economic and social backgrounds during their crucial first years of resettlement in the United States and Canada and asylum in Germany. All three countries offer a legal solution to displacement, while simultaneously minoritizing newcomers through policies that fail to recognize their histories, aspirations, and personhood. The United States stands out for its emphasis on “self-sufficiency” that integrates refugees into American poverty, which, by design, is populated by people of color and marked by stagnation. Gowayed argues that refugee human capital is less an attribute of newcomers than a product of the same racist welfare systems that have long shaped the contours of national belonging. Centering the human experience of displacement, Refuge shines needed light on how countries structure the potential of people, new arrivals or otherwise, within their borders. Heba Gowayed is the Moorman-Simon Assistant Professor of Sociology at Boston University. You can find her on Twitter @hebagowayed Alize Arıcan is a Postdoctoral Associate at Rutgers University's Center for Cultural Analysis. She is an anthropologist whose research focuses on urban renewal, futurity, care, and migration in Istanbul, Turkey. Her work has been featured in Current Anthropology, City & Society, JOTSA, Radical Housing Journal, and entanglements. You can find her on Twitter @alizearican Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/public-policy

New Books in Middle Eastern Studies
Heba Gowayed, "Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential" (Princeton UP, 2022)

New Books in Middle Eastern Studies

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 55:50


As the world confronts the largest refugee crisis since World War II, wealthy countries are being called upon to open their doors to the displaced, with the assumption that this will restore their prospects for a bright future. Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential (Princeton UP, 2022) follows Syrians who fled a brutal war in their homeland as they attempt to rebuild in countries of resettlement and asylum. Their experiences reveal that these destination countries are not saviors; they can deny newcomers' potential by failing to recognize their abilities and invest in the tools they need to prosper. Heba Gowayed spent three years documenting the strikingly divergent journeys of Syrian families from similar economic and social backgrounds during their crucial first years of resettlement in the United States and Canada and asylum in Germany. All three countries offer a legal solution to displacement, while simultaneously minoritizing newcomers through policies that fail to recognize their histories, aspirations, and personhood. The United States stands out for its emphasis on “self-sufficiency” that integrates refugees into American poverty, which, by design, is populated by people of color and marked by stagnation. Gowayed argues that refugee human capital is less an attribute of newcomers than a product of the same racist welfare systems that have long shaped the contours of national belonging. Centering the human experience of displacement, Refuge shines needed light on how countries structure the potential of people, new arrivals or otherwise, within their borders. Heba Gowayed is the Moorman-Simon Assistant Professor of Sociology at Boston University. You can find her on Twitter @hebagowayed Alize Arıcan is a Postdoctoral Associate at Rutgers University's Center for Cultural Analysis. She is an anthropologist whose research focuses on urban renewal, futurity, care, and migration in Istanbul, Turkey. Her work has been featured in Current Anthropology, City & Society, JOTSA, Radical Housing Journal, and entanglements. You can find her on Twitter @alizearican Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/middle-eastern-studies

New Books in German Studies
Heba Gowayed, "Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential" (Princeton UP, 2022)

New Books in German Studies

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 55:50


As the world confronts the largest refugee crisis since World War II, wealthy countries are being called upon to open their doors to the displaced, with the assumption that this will restore their prospects for a bright future. Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential (Princeton UP, 2022) follows Syrians who fled a brutal war in their homeland as they attempt to rebuild in countries of resettlement and asylum. Their experiences reveal that these destination countries are not saviors; they can deny newcomers' potential by failing to recognize their abilities and invest in the tools they need to prosper. Heba Gowayed spent three years documenting the strikingly divergent journeys of Syrian families from similar economic and social backgrounds during their crucial first years of resettlement in the United States and Canada and asylum in Germany. All three countries offer a legal solution to displacement, while simultaneously minoritizing newcomers through policies that fail to recognize their histories, aspirations, and personhood. The United States stands out for its emphasis on “self-sufficiency” that integrates refugees into American poverty, which, by design, is populated by people of color and marked by stagnation. Gowayed argues that refugee human capital is less an attribute of newcomers than a product of the same racist welfare systems that have long shaped the contours of national belonging. Centering the human experience of displacement, Refuge shines needed light on how countries structure the potential of people, new arrivals or otherwise, within their borders. Heba Gowayed is the Moorman-Simon Assistant Professor of Sociology at Boston University. You can find her on Twitter @hebagowayed Alize Arıcan is a Postdoctoral Associate at Rutgers University's Center for Cultural Analysis. She is an anthropologist whose research focuses on urban renewal, futurity, care, and migration in Istanbul, Turkey. Her work has been featured in Current Anthropology, City & Society, JOTSA, Radical Housing Journal, and entanglements. You can find her on Twitter @alizearican Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/german-studies

New Books in Sociology
Heba Gowayed, "Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential" (Princeton UP, 2022)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 55:50


As the world confronts the largest refugee crisis since World War II, wealthy countries are being called upon to open their doors to the displaced, with the assumption that this will restore their prospects for a bright future. Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential (Princeton UP, 2022) follows Syrians who fled a brutal war in their homeland as they attempt to rebuild in countries of resettlement and asylum. Their experiences reveal that these destination countries are not saviors; they can deny newcomers' potential by failing to recognize their abilities and invest in the tools they need to prosper. Heba Gowayed spent three years documenting the strikingly divergent journeys of Syrian families from similar economic and social backgrounds during their crucial first years of resettlement in the United States and Canada and asylum in Germany. All three countries offer a legal solution to displacement, while simultaneously minoritizing newcomers through policies that fail to recognize their histories, aspirations, and personhood. The United States stands out for its emphasis on “self-sufficiency” that integrates refugees into American poverty, which, by design, is populated by people of color and marked by stagnation. Gowayed argues that refugee human capital is less an attribute of newcomers than a product of the same racist welfare systems that have long shaped the contours of national belonging. Centering the human experience of displacement, Refuge shines needed light on how countries structure the potential of people, new arrivals or otherwise, within their borders. Heba Gowayed is the Moorman-Simon Assistant Professor of Sociology at Boston University. You can find her on Twitter @hebagowayed Alize Arıcan is a Postdoctoral Associate at Rutgers University's Center for Cultural Analysis. She is an anthropologist whose research focuses on urban renewal, futurity, care, and migration in Istanbul, Turkey. Her work has been featured in Current Anthropology, City & Society, JOTSA, Radical Housing Journal, and entanglements. You can find her on Twitter @alizearican Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

New Books in African Studies
Sally Hayden, "My Fourth Time, We Drowned: Seeking Refuge on the World's Deadliest Migration Route" (Melville House, 2022)

New Books in African Studies

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 66:50


Late one night, journalist Sally Hayden received an urgent message on Facebook: “Sally, we need your help.” It was from a group of Eritrean refugees who had been held in a Libyan detention center for months. Now, Tripoli was crumbling in a scrimmage between warring factions, and the refugees remained stuck, defenseless, with only one hope: contacting her. With that begins Hayden's staggering account of the migrant crisis across North Africa: from brutal, vindictive Libyan guards to unexpected acts of kindness; the frustration of visiting aid workers; fake marriages between detainees; the strain on real marriages; and the phenomenon of some refugees becoming oppressors after entering into Faustian bargains with their captors. With unprecedented contact with dozens of people currently inside Libyan detention centers, My Fourth Time, We Drowned (Melville House Press, 2022) will, for the first time, detail these stories. In the future, people will regard this pivotal period with fascination and horror. The failure of NGOs and corruption within the United Nations represents a collective abdication of international standards that will echo throughout history. But most importantly, this book will highlight the resilience of humans: how refugees and migrants locked up for years fall in love, support each other through the hardest times and carry out small acts of resistance in order to survive in a system that wants them to be silent and disappear. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-studies

New Books Network
Sally Hayden, "My Fourth Time, We Drowned: Seeking Refuge on the World's Deadliest Migration Route" (Melville House, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 66:50


Late one night, journalist Sally Hayden received an urgent message on Facebook: “Sally, we need your help.” It was from a group of Eritrean refugees who had been held in a Libyan detention center for months. Now, Tripoli was crumbling in a scrimmage between warring factions, and the refugees remained stuck, defenseless, with only one hope: contacting her. With that begins Hayden's staggering account of the migrant crisis across North Africa: from brutal, vindictive Libyan guards to unexpected acts of kindness; the frustration of visiting aid workers; fake marriages between detainees; the strain on real marriages; and the phenomenon of some refugees becoming oppressors after entering into Faustian bargains with their captors. With unprecedented contact with dozens of people currently inside Libyan detention centers, My Fourth Time, We Drowned (Melville House Press, 2022) will, for the first time, detail these stories. In the future, people will regard this pivotal period with fascination and horror. The failure of NGOs and corruption within the United Nations represents a collective abdication of international standards that will echo throughout history. But most importantly, this book will highlight the resilience of humans: how refugees and migrants locked up for years fall in love, support each other through the hardest times and carry out small acts of resistance in order to survive in a system that wants them to be silent and disappear. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Politics
Sally Hayden, "My Fourth Time, We Drowned: Seeking Refuge on the World's Deadliest Migration Route" (Melville House, 2022)

New Books in Politics

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 66:50


Late one night, journalist Sally Hayden received an urgent message on Facebook: “Sally, we need your help.” It was from a group of Eritrean refugees who had been held in a Libyan detention center for months. Now, Tripoli was crumbling in a scrimmage between warring factions, and the refugees remained stuck, defenseless, with only one hope: contacting her. With that begins Hayden's staggering account of the migrant crisis across North Africa: from brutal, vindictive Libyan guards to unexpected acts of kindness; the frustration of visiting aid workers; fake marriages between detainees; the strain on real marriages; and the phenomenon of some refugees becoming oppressors after entering into Faustian bargains with their captors. With unprecedented contact with dozens of people currently inside Libyan detention centers, My Fourth Time, We Drowned (Melville House Press, 2022) will, for the first time, detail these stories. In the future, people will regard this pivotal period with fascination and horror. The failure of NGOs and corruption within the United Nations represents a collective abdication of international standards that will echo throughout history. But most importantly, this book will highlight the resilience of humans: how refugees and migrants locked up for years fall in love, support each other through the hardest times and carry out small acts of resistance in order to survive in a system that wants them to be silent and disappear. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/politics-and-polemics

New Books in Journalism
Sally Hayden, "My Fourth Time, We Drowned: Seeking Refuge on the World's Deadliest Migration Route" (Melville House, 2022)

New Books in Journalism

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 66:50


Late one night, journalist Sally Hayden received an urgent message on Facebook: “Sally, we need your help.” It was from a group of Eritrean refugees who had been held in a Libyan detention center for months. Now, Tripoli was crumbling in a scrimmage between warring factions, and the refugees remained stuck, defenseless, with only one hope: contacting her. With that begins Hayden's staggering account of the migrant crisis across North Africa: from brutal, vindictive Libyan guards to unexpected acts of kindness; the frustration of visiting aid workers; fake marriages between detainees; the strain on real marriages; and the phenomenon of some refugees becoming oppressors after entering into Faustian bargains with their captors. With unprecedented contact with dozens of people currently inside Libyan detention centers, My Fourth Time, We Drowned (Melville House Press, 2022) will, for the first time, detail these stories. In the future, people will regard this pivotal period with fascination and horror. The failure of NGOs and corruption within the United Nations represents a collective abdication of international standards that will echo throughout history. But most importantly, this book will highlight the resilience of humans: how refugees and migrants locked up for years fall in love, support each other through the hardest times and carry out small acts of resistance in order to survive in a system that wants them to be silent and disappear. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/journalism

Undefended Dharma with Mary Stancavage

Taking refuge in the Buddha is part of what's known at the Triple Gem - Refuge in the Buddha, Dharma and Sangha. In this talk Mary talks about how when we take refuge in the Buddha, we're taking refuge in awakening. The Buddha / Siddartha Gotama was a human being who was able to fully let go and become the Enlightened One. His teachings offer a way for each of us to move towards liberation. Taking refuge in the Buddha is an act of trust that this will work for us as well.Recorded May 14, 2022 in the virtual world

SAGE Psychology & Psychiatry
JBP - "The Talk" and Parenting While Black in America: Centering Race, Resistance, and Refuge

SAGE Psychology & Psychiatry

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 15:10


In this episode of the Journal of Black Psychology podcast series, Editor's Assistant Mark Jones talks with Dr. Leslie Anderson about her recently published JBP research article, "'The Talk' and Parenting While Black in America: Centering Race, Resistance, and Refuge."

Refuge City Church
Revive Us | Pastor Jim Boyd | Refuge City Church

Refuge City Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 50:03


Join us as Pastor Jim preaches a powerful message on how prayer leads to revival!#refugecitychurch #klamathfalls #church #hope #worship #jesus #christian To support this ministry and help us continue to reach people all around the world click here: https://refugecity.church/giveA Refuge. Embracing Others. This is the vision of Refuge City Church, led by Pastor Jim Boyd and based in Klamath Falls, Oregon with multiple locations throughout Southern Oregon.——Events:Refugecity.church/Events——Stay Connected:Subscribe at: https://bit.ly/37OC1AlWebsite: https://refugecity.churchFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/refugecitychurchkfInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/refugecity.church/?hl=enTwitter: https://twitter.com/RefugeChurchKFTikTok: https://tiktok.com/@refugecitySupport the show

Grand Lake United Methodist Church
Refuge and Strength

Grand Lake United Methodist Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 33:31


Thank you for joining Grand Lake UMC online today, we hope that this service will be a blessing to you and your family and pray that one day you may be able to join us in person. If you have any questions about this service or anything else we offer at Grand Lake UMC please contact the church office by email or phone. Thank you and enjoy God's word this morning! Read Psalm 46: 1-3 1. In what ways have you known God to be your “refuge and strength,” your “ever-present help in trouble”? Can you describe any seasons of life when you knew God this way? 2. How does knowing God in this way help you to “not fear”? What does not fearing look like in real life? 3. Cindy talked about God “nudging” her to share her testimony. Have you ever felt God nudging you? How did you respond? 4. Read Isaiah 40: 28-31. Why did this Scripture give Cindy so much hope? Does it give you hope? Why/why not? 5. Cindy talked about seeing eagles as “God-wink moments.” What did she mean by that? Have you ever had any “God-wink moments”? Are you willing to share any of those moments with the group? 6. Read Romans 8: 28, 8: 37-39 and 2 Corinthians 12: 8-9. Can you see how these verses might be related to Cindy's story? How might they impact your own story? 7. Why do you think Cindy was so impacted by Tim McGraw's song “Live Like You Were Dying”? What is the point of that song? How might that song, Cindy's story, and Scripture impact the way you live going forward? Wesleyan Covenantal Prayer: I am no longer my own, but thine. Put me to what thou wilt, rank me with whom thou wilt. Put me to doing, put me to suffering. Let me be employed by thee or laid aside for thee, exalted for thee or brought low by thee. Let me be full, let me be empty. Let me have all things, let me have nothing. I freely and heartily yield all things to thy pleasure and disposal. And now, O glorious and blessed God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, thou art mine, and I am thine. So be it. And the covenant which I have made on earth, let it be ratified in heaven. Amen.

Dhammatalks.org Short Morning Talks

A talk by Thanissaro Bhikkhu entitled "Inner Refuge"

Reportage International
États-Unis: New York, ville refuge de l'IVG

Reportage International

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 2:29


Aux États-Unis, le mouvement de protestation continue après que le projet de décision de la Cour suprême sur l'avortement a été dévoilé. La plus haute instance du pays s'apprêterait à annuler l'arrêt Roe vs Wade et laisser aux États le pouvoir d'établir leurs propres lois sur la question. Alors que de nombreux États conservateurs limitent déjà l'accès à l'avortement, forçant des centaines de femmes à faire des milliers de kilomètres pour avorter, New York, notamment, est devenue une destination de la dernière chance pour ces femmes.

Bible: Beginning to End
Deuteronomy 31-34: Moses' Farewell

Bible: Beginning to End

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 37:01


Today we are reading through Deuteronomy 31-34 as we conclude Deuteronomy and see the end of Moses' life just before the Israelites enter the Promised Land. Read Deuteronomy 31-34 Important Links for the Podcast Discuss each episode on Reddit Contact Us Visit our Website On Instagram @biblebeginningtoend On Twitter: @biblebeginning1 Via email: biblebeginningtoend@gmail.com Supporting the Show Not only does your support help keep the podcast running so I can make more episodes, 10% of any profits made from this podcast via ad revenues, merchandise sales, or listener support will be donated to Asha's Refuge, a Christ-centered nonprofit that "exists to assist the most disadvantaged refugees/asylees in achieving a successful resettlement in the Memphis, TN area.". But, I want to make it clear that financial support is never required. You are supporting the show just by listening! :) Be a listener and share the show with your friends! Purchase merch from the show by clicking here. Click here to become a monthly supporter via Anchor. Click here to make a one-time or monthly contribution to the podcast via Paypal. Episode Timestamps 0:00 - Intro 0:00 - Intro 2:00 - Deuteronomy 31 10:36 - Deuteronomy 32 24:09 - Deuteronomy 33 31:01 - Deuteronomy 34 35:47 - Outro Bible Verse Copyright Statement Scripture quotations are taken from the Holy Bible, New Living Translation, copyright ©1996, 2004, 2015 by Tyndale House Foundation. Used by permission of Tyndale House Publishers, Carol Stream, Illinois 60188. All rights reserved. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/biblebeginningtoend/support

ThoughtSeeds
Episode 258: "Sheltered in the Arms of God"

ThoughtSeeds

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 14:05


Amid the storms of strife and unrest in our world right now, you can rest, secure and sure in the shelter of God's arms. Dottie Rambo gifted us with this beautiful song, and it continues to encourage, assure, and inspire.1. https://www.staugustine.com/story/lifestyle/faith/2016/02/26/story-behind-song-sheltered-arms-god/16316471007/

Refuge Freedom Stories
Refuge Freedom Stories - Bruce Wawrzyniak

Refuge Freedom Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 28:14


Interview with Bruce Wawrzyniak. Through many years as a successful broadcaster with the NHL, NLL, and at two Olympic Games, Bruce shares how his faith kept him grounded when unexpected life challenges came his way, and, that ultimately led him in a whole new direction with God.

Refuge Project
Refuge Project Ep68 Pastor Ron On The 100 Years of Elim

Refuge Project

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 96:24


This week on the Refuge Project we talk to Pastor Ron about the History of Elim Church.

The True Crime Enthusiast Podcast
S7 Ep13: Horror On The Horseshoe Pass

The True Crime Enthusiast Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 70:36


The roles of a parent are to love and guide their children, to protect them, and unquestionably - to never harm them. For the episode that drops this time around on The True Crime Enthusiast Podcast, we are back to the start of the 2000's, and to my home area of North Wales, for a tragic and horrifying tale that shows that sometimes, a parent disregards these simple roles - and does the unthinkable. The events you will hear within are simply that. Unthinkable.  The episode contains details and descriptions of crimes and events, involving children, that some listeners may find offensive, disturbing, and or highly distressing, so discretion is advised whilst listening. Music used in this episode: "The Descent" by Kevin Macleod. All music used is sourced from https://filmmusic.io/ and used under an Attribution Licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Playlist Tracks The Delays - Wanderlust Public Enemy - Don't Believe The Hype Show Sponsor:  BetterHelp: Claim 10% off your first month of professional counselling now at betterhelp.com/tce The True Crime Enthusiast's Fundraiser For Macmillan Cancer Support Crimecon - Tickets available now - quote "ENTHUSIAST" for a 10% discount References - produced upon request.  Helplines/Sites Domestic Violence Assist Specialises in assistance to obtain emergency injunctions from being further abused. Phone: 0800 195 8699 National Centre for Domestic Violence Specialises in assistance to get emergency injunctions from being further abused. Phone: 0800 970 2070 Women's Aid Domestic Violence Helpline Free 24-hour national helpline run by Women's Aid and Refuge. Phone: 0808 2000 247 Hourglass The Hourglass confidential helpline provides information and support to anyone concerned about harm, abuse or exploitation of an older person. Phone: 0808 808 8141 Men's Advice Line  Confidential helpline for male victims of domestic abuse. Phone: 0808 801 0327 National LGBT Domestic Abuse Helpline  Emotional and practical support for LGBT+ people. Phone: 0800 999 5428 National Stalking Helpline Guidance on the law, how to report stalking, gathering evidence, staying safe and reducing the risk. Phone: 0808 802 0300 Victim Support Free and confidential help to victims of crime, witnesses, their family and friends. Phone: 0808 1689 111 National DA Helpline Domestic Abuse - How To Get Help Womens' Aid Refuge UK Victim Support  Follow/Contact/Support The True Crime Enthusiast Podcast Facebook Facebook Discussion Group Twitter Instagram Youtube Website TTCE Merchandise Patreon Page Remembering Joshua, Thomas, Callum, and Daniel.

Uncertain
S3:E13 - Most Loved - Abuse in Churches with Mike Sloan

Uncertain

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 46:48


This is one of our Most Loved episodes from Uncertain Featuring Mike Sloan from netgrace.orgResources mentioned in this episode:tearsofeden.orgnetgrace.orgDARVO stands for "Deny, Attack, and Reverse Victim and Offender." From Jennifer FreydProtecting the GiftMike's Recommended Resources:On all forms of abuse:The Cry of Tamar: Violence against Women and the Church's Response by Pamela Cooper-White (Fortress Press, 2012)On Intimate Partner Violence:Why Does He Do That? by Lundy Bancroft (Berkley Books, 2002)Helping Her Get Free by Susan Brewster (Seal Press, 2006)No Place for Abuse: Biblical and Practical Resources to Counteract Domestic Violence by Catherine Clark Kroeger and Nancy Nason-Clark (InterVarsity Press, 2010) Refuge from Abuse: Healing and Hope for Abused Christian Women by Nancy Nason-Clark and Catherine Clark Kroeger (InterVarsity Press, 2004) Religion and Intimate Partner Violence: Understanding Challenges and Proposing Solutions by Nancy Nason-Clark, Barbara Fisher-Townsend, Catherine Holtmann, and Stephen McMullin (Oxford, 2018) On Child Abuse:The Child Safeguarding Policy Guide for Churches and Ministries by Basyle Tchividjian and Shira M. Berkovits (New Growth Press, 2017)On This Rock: A Call to Center the Christian Response to Child Abuse on the Life and Words of Jesus by Victor Vieth (Wipf and Stock, 2018)Predators: Pedophiles, Rapists, & Other Sex Offenders: Who They Are, How They Operate, and How We Can Protect Ourselves and Our Children by Anna Salter (Basic Books, 2003) Uncertain is a podcast of Tears of Eden, a community and resource for those in the aftermath of Spiritual Abuse. If you're enjoying this podcast, please take a moment to like, subscribe or leave a review on your favorite podcasting listening apparatus. You can support the podcast by going to TearsofEden.org/supportTo get in touch with us please email tearsofeden.org@gmail.comFollow on Instagram

Refuge Community Church - Sermons
05.08.2022 Gathering - Good Shepherd (Week 3)

Refuge Community Church - Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 36:10


Welcome to Refuge Community Church's online gathering! Helpful links below! Connection Page (bit.ly/refugeconnect) Community Groups (bit.ly/refuge-groups) Refuge Kids (bit.ly/refuge-kids) Giving (bit.ly/refuge-giving) Refuge exists to make disciples that shape our communities with the love of Jesus!

Sonic Cinema Podcast
Filmmaker Interview - Erin Bernhardt & Din Blakenship

Sonic Cinema Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 24:43


Brian sits down with filmmakers Erin Bernhardt and Din Blankenship to discuss their documentary, "Refuge," which screened at the 2022 Atlanta Film Festival.

Refuge City Church
A Mother's Calling | Pastor Jim Boyd & Nicole Boyd | Refuge City Church

Refuge City Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 53:23


Join us for our Mother's Day service as Pastor Jim Boyd is joined by his daughter-in-law, Nicole Boyd to speak on A Mother's Calling though the example of Jesus' earthly mother, Mary!#refugecitychurch #klamathfalls #church #hope #worship #jesus #christian To support this ministry and help us continue to reach people all around the world click here: https://refugecity.church/giveA Refuge. Embracing Others. This is the vision of Refuge City Church, led by Pastor Jim Boyd and based in Klamath Falls, Oregon with multiple locations throughout Southern Oregon.——Stay Connected:Subscribe at: https://bit.ly/37OC1AlWebsite: https://refugecity.churchFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/refugecitychurchkfInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/refugecity.church/?hl=enTwitter: https://twitter.com/RefugeChurchKFTikTok: https://tiktok.com/@refugecitySupport the show

The Addiction Connection Podcast
#159 - Complicated Grief as Addiction Counselors, Part 2 (CJ McMurry and Dr. Shaw)

The Addiction Connection Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 20:53


Grief, compassion, comfort, and addiction counseling – today from CJ McMurry, from The Refuge, and Dr. Mark E. Shaw, Founder of The Addiction Connection. CJ is a Commissioned Addictions Biblical Counselor with TAC, and serves The Refuge Program Director. The compassion of Jesus toward Mary and Martha when Lazarus died. "Holed up" and "locked down," or bold in Christ? Eccl 7:1-9 "A good name is better than precious ointment, and the day of death than the day of birth. It is better to go to the house of mourning than to go to the house of feasting, for this is the end of all mankind, and the living will lay it to heart. Sorrow is better than laughter, for by sadness of face the heart is made glad. The heart of the wise is in the house of mourning, but the heart of fools is in the house of mirth. It is better for a man to hear the rebuke of the wise than to hear the song of fools." Connecting the dots from mourning to the heart desire problem of addiction. Psalm 90:12 "So teach us to number our days that we may get a heart of wisdom." Death shuts the mouth and quiets the noise in a "sobering" way. Mirthing? 2020 Stats on alcohol-related reasons for death vs. covid John 16:33 Proverbs 14:12 "There is a way that seems right to a man, but its end is the way to death." Proverbs 14:13 "Even in laughter the heart may ache, and the end of joy may be grief." Dr. Mark E Shaw is the Founder of The Addiction Connection and leads an international team of Commissioned Addictions Biblical Counselors (CABC) who are leading the way in offering the "Hope of the Gospel for the Heart of Addiction." CJ McMurry is a CABC (Commissioned Addictions Biblical Counselor) with The Addiction Connection, serves on TAC's Board, and facilitates TAC's network as the Midwest Regional Director as well. He lives and works in Iowa as the Program Director of The Refuge in Winterset, a men's residential program for those in alcohol and drug addictions. Find more biblical residential programs for addiction which is what the world calls Substance Use Disorders. Looking for programs? Visit: https://www.theaddictionconnection.org/residential-programs/ Looking for addictions biblical counselors? Visit: www.theaddictionconnection.org/people/ Scripture quotations are from the ESV® Bible (The Holy Bible, English Standard Version®), copyright © 2001 by Crossway, a publishing ministry of Good News Publishers. Used by permission. All rights reserved. May not copy or download more than 500 consecutive verses of the ESV Bible or more than one half of any book of the ESV Bible.

New City Church
God’s Refuge For Sinful People (Nahum 3:1-19)

New City Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022


TRUNEWS with Rick Wiles
Holy Land Day 8: Matthew 24 and the Refuge City of Pella

TRUNEWS with Rick Wiles

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 42:28


Today on TruNews, the team spends its last day in the field exploring the ruins of the ancient city of Pella, Jordan. According to historians Eusebius, Epiphanius, Regimitus, and Josephus, this is the place that Christians fled to before the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 A.D., prophesied by Jesus in Matthew 24. The team also visits Umm Qais, known in the Bible as Gadara, the place where Jesus cast out Legion into the herd of swine. Rick Wiles, Doc Burkhart. Airdate 5/5/22Holy Land Day 1: Ancient Roman City and Elijah's Mountain - https://www.spreaker.com/episode/49569185Holy Land Day 2: The City of Aqaba and the World's Oldest Church - https://www.spreaker.com/episode/49573636Holy Land Day 3: Wadi Musa, Moses' Spring, and the Gateway to Petra - https://www.spreaker.com/episode/49587574Holy Land Day 4: Explorations at Ancient Petra - https://www.spreaker.com/episode/49599828Holy Land Day 5: From the Dead Sea to the Mosaic Churches of Madaba - https://www.spreaker.com/episode/49630066Holy Land Day 6: The Journey from Mount Nebo to the Jordan River - https://www.spreaker.com/episode/49644875Holy Land Day 7: The Revelation Church City of Philadelphia, Today's Amman - https://www.spreaker.com/episode/49660019

Audio Dharma
Action as the Refuge

Audio Dharma

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 41:46


This talk was given by Gil Fronsdal on 2022.05.01 at the Insight Meditation Center in Redwood City, CA. ******* A machine generated transcript of this talk is available. It has not been edited by a human, so errors will exist. Closed Captioning: https://otter.ai/u/x_wgBL8LzBbVEGaNlTDWaR3U5cY ******* For more talks like this, visit AudioDharma.org ******* If you have enjoyed this talk, please consider supporting AudioDharma with a donation at https://www.audiodharma.org/donate/. ******* This talk is licensed by a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 License

Audio Dharma: Gil Fronsdal's most recent Dharma talks

This talk was given by Gil Fronsdal on 2022.05.01 at the Insight Meditation Center in Redwood City, CA. ******* Video of this talk is available at: https://youtu.be/oiJoSrBYfxI . ******* A machine generated transcript of this talk is available. It has not been edited by a human, so errors will exist. Closed Captioning: https://otter.ai/u/x_wgBL8LzBbVEGaNlTDWaR3U5cY ******* For more talks like this, visit AudioDharma.org ******* If you have enjoyed this talk, please consider supporting AudioDharma with a donation at https://www.audiodharma.org/donate/. ******* This talk is licensed by a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 License

Mike Birbiglia's Working It Out
Aisling Bea: The Right Amount of a Bit Much

Mike Birbiglia's Working It Out

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 54:26


(Recorded May 2021) The last time Mike and Aisling Bea spoke, Aisling was frantically making pizza from scratch for one of Mike's Worldwide Comedy Pizza Party virtual shows. Now that the dough has settled, they dig in for a conversation about introverts vs. an extroverts, why it's tough to follow an Irish comedian in Ireland, and Mike's wife's misunderstanding about the berries of the town of Dingle. Plus, Aisling reveals a very personal story that might end up being part of a new solo show. Please consider donating to Refuge