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Sergey Kutsuev
Sergey Kutsuev - Live@Z Club 16.09.2022 day 1 (Ulan-Ude)

Sergey Kutsuev

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 125:59


Треклист можно найти на моём Телеграм-канале, подпишись на него! t.me/sergeykutsuevchannel Лайвы и миксы без джинглов: yadi.sk/d/HoeLP1l28SEo3A Благодарю за поддержку моего творчества!) yoomoney.ru/to/4100197984665

Sergey Kutsuev
Sergey Kutsuev - Live@Z Club 17.09.2022 day 2 (Ulan-Ude)

Sergey Kutsuev

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 121:34


Треклист можно найти на моём Телеграм-канале, подпишись на него! t.me/sergeykutsuevchannel Лайвы и миксы без джинглов: yadi.sk/d/HoeLP1l28SEo3A Благодарю за поддержку моего творчества!) yoomoney.ru/to/4100197984665

MEDUZA/EN/VHF
Feeling around for something human : ad now' In Russia's Buryatia, soldiers killed in Ukraine are buried daily. Has this changed how locals feel about the war?

MEDUZA/EN/VHF

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 26:33


As Russia's military casualties in Ukraine continue to mount, Buryatia has emerged as the country's second-hardest hit region in terms of losses. The only place losing more men is Dagestan. Nevertheless, the speeches at the near daily funerals in Ulan-Ude and other Buryatian cities still resound with support for Russia's war against "Nazis" and gratitude for the fallen soldiers not being "left behind," but shipped home for burial. At the end of April, the local magazine People of the Baikal published a report about how Buryatia is burying their dead soldiers, and what their loved ones and the regional authorities think about these losses. With their permission, Meduza has translated their article in full. Original Article: https://meduza.io/en/feature/2022/05/05/everything-here-smells-like-the-dead-now

KEXP Song of the Day
Adwaith - ETO

KEXP Song of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2022 4:08


Adwaith - "ETO," a 2022 single on Libertino Records. This week's Song of the Day were selected by KEXP DJ Kevin Cole, host of Drive Time, in honor of International Women's Month. Re-listen to our kick-off day of programming, and explore articles and live sessions from some of our favorite female artists here.  Post-punk trio Adwaith have announced their sophomore full-length Bato Mato will be out July 1st via Libertino Records, their eagerly-awaited follow-up to their Welsh Music Prize-winning 2019 debut Melyn. The album's first single (and today's Song of the Day) was written the day after performing at the UU.Sound festival in the city of Ulan-Ude, Siberia in 2020. “We really wanted to write a heartfelt song about being infatuated with someone," the band said in a press release. "This isn't something we normally write about and we wanted to approach this song differently to our other ones. We felt inspired to write a big pop song." In fact, the entire album is colored by that impactful trip. Vocalist Hollie Singer shared in a press release, "Our journey through the Siberian and Mongolian wilderness influenced the writing and sound of the album to be as open and big as the limitless sky around us there." Bassist Gwenllian Anthony added, "It was a life changing trip that really inspired us to write this album. The barren landscape and brutalist architecture really seeped into these songs and the use of world instruments was heavily inspired by this journey." Read the full post on KEXP.org Support the show: https://www.kexp.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Talkin‘ Fight Podcast
Sandy Ryan | Knuckle Up with Mike Orr | Talkin Fight

The Talkin‘ Fight Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 3:24


Sandy Ryan is an English professional boxer. On her senior championship debut in 2014, she won a World Championship silver medal. In 2019 Ryan was selected to compete at the World Championships in Ulan-Ude, Russia, where she lost by split decision to Christina Desmond in the round of 32. https://www.matchroomboxing.com/boxers/sandy-ryan/ Watch Knuckle Up's Mike Orr, who always discusses up-and-coming young, hungry, and (usually) undefeated boxers during his live daily show at 4pm EST on TalkinFight.com or YouTube.com/c/TalkinFight #TalkinFight #KnuckleUp #SandyRyan T: @sandyryan93 FB: @sandy.ryan.90226

Evropa osebno
Olga Chufistova, študentka v Moskvi

Evropa osebno

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 14:22


Olga Chufistova prihaja iz mesta Ulan-Ude, glavnega mesta ruske republike Burjatije v vzhodni Sibiriji. Njen rojstni kraj je pomembno vozlišče transsibirske in transmongolske železnice. Leži na vzhodu Bajkalskega jezera, največjega sladkovodnega jezera na svetu, slabih dvesto kilometrov proti jugu je meja z Mongolijo. In tam daleč, šest ur letenja od Moskve in še tri več od osrednje Evrope, se je takrat srednješolka Olga odločila, da bo pobliže spoznala Slovenijo in slovenski jezik.

The Achilovs Twins Travel Show
Experience #3. The Mongol Rally | The greatest road trip with Scott Gurian

The Achilovs Twins Travel Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 44:58


Our guest is Scott Gurian. He is an award-winning reporter who's worked for many years in radio and online journalism. Currently he's the host of Far From Home, a podcast where he reports fascinating stories from far-flung places around the world like Iran, Turkmenistan, and Chernobyl. For more info on his background or to listen to some of his past work, visit his website.  The Mongol Rally is an intercontinental car rally that begins in Europe and ends in Ulan Ude, Russia. The rally originally ended in Ulan Bator, Mongolia. This is 10,000 miles of chaos across mountain, deserts and steppe on roads.Connect with Scott: Website - https://farfromhomepodcast.org  Twitter - @scottgurian INSTAGRAM - @farfromhomepodcastFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/farfromhomepodcastChapters:00:00 Opening02:06 Tell us about yourself03:19 What is the Mongol Rally?11:03 Why did you decide to join?14:41 What was your family and friends' reaction?26:56 The finish line29:15 What happened to your beloved car?32:44 What's your biggest takeaway?35:07 Advice for those who'd like to try the Mongol Rally 

Far From Home
Revisiting the Mongol Rally

Far From Home

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 68:13


July 17th, 2021 marked the fifth anniversary of the day my brother Drew and I — along with our friends Jane and Rosi — set out from southern England on an 11,000 mi (18k km) road trip across Europe and Asia. Over the seven weeks that followed, we'd cross 18 countries, 8 time zones, 5 mountain ranges, and a few deserts, before eventually ending up in Ulan-Ude, Siberia, just north of Mongolia. And along the way, we'd have all sorts of crazy adventures, ranging from crashing a wedding in Kazakhstan to visiting Iran as American tourists, not to mention an emergency rescue and countless breakdowns and mechanical difficulties, often in the worst possible places! On this episode of Far From Home, I play a recent conversation Drew and Rosi had with me and a small crowd of Far From Home fans and listeners in Clubhouse, the audio-based social media app. We look back at some highlights from our adventure, share behind-the-scenes stories, and take questions from the audience (you can skip forward to 53:19 if you just want to hear the Q&A). If you're new to this podcast and haven't yet had a chance to listen to my first season where I documented this journey, I encourage you to go back and binge my show from the very beginning. You can also view tons of bonus content including photos and videos on my website as well as by scrolling back in my Instagram feed. If you want to read more about my journey, check out my Mongol Rally team website, and here's the link where you can check out the Gallivanting Quines YouTube video Anne MacAskill mentioned during the Q&A portion of this event. ————————- On Far From Home, award-winning public radio journalist Scott Gurian documents fascinating stories from far-flung places like Iran, Chernobyl, and Mongolia. For more info, visit farfromhomepodcast.org

The Professor Travel
Episode 86: The Trans Siberian Railway

The Professor Travel

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2021 56:50


Поздравляем студентов!!! (Greetings Students!!!) Welcome to this episode of The Professor Travel. In this week's episode, we are joined by our Visiting Professor Ishaan Gokhale (Wanderer Ishaan) as he takes us through a once in a lifetime train journey on The Trans-Siberian Railway. Join us as we start the journey from the eastern city of Vladivostok on the journey westbound to Moscow. Come with us as we take the railway through cities like Khabarovsk to Ulan Ude, onto Irkutsk and on to disembarkation. You can download the podcast FREE at Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, Spotify, or wherever you download your podcasts from. Enjoy and make everyday a travel adventure.

Cities and Memory - remixing the sounds of the world

Ulan-Ude station reimagined by Anthony Miller."During the lockdown I was searching YouTube and came across videos of train journeys. The camera was filming from the driver's cab and the view of the track and landscape was quite mesmerising. "I wanted to try and write a piece that encapsulated that feeling. I re-imagined the piece as a journey through a cold, windswept, barren landscape. All sounds, apart from the piano, were created from the original field recording and manipulated using Iris 2." Part of the Until We Travel project to map and reimagine the sounds of transport and travel in a pre-pandemic and pandemic world. See the whole project at https://www.citiesandmemory.com/travel.

Cities and Memory - remixing the sounds of the world
3782: Footbridge over Ulan-Ude station

Cities and Memory - remixing the sounds of the world

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2021 1:29


Shunting trains recorded from an overhead footbridge by Mark Wilden.Part of the Until We Travel project to map and reimagine the sounds of transport and travel in a pre-pandemic and pandemic world. See the whole project at https://www.citiesandmemory.com/travel.

ComebaCK
ComebaCK INTERVIEW #23 - Ted Todd - The Mongol Rally

ComebaCK

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 20, 2021 33:02


ComebaCK sits down with Ted Todd, a British man, who in 2019, after 13 great years teaching abroad in the Caman Islands, gave up his job to complete a bucket list project - The Mongol Rally. The Mongol Rally is an intercontinental car rally that begins in Europe and ends in Ulan Ude, Russia, going over 8,000 miles and being completely unsupported. We chat about the logistical, physical and mental challenges of completing such a race, the thrill of driving through a multitude of countries, the people Ted met along the way, the kindness and hospitality of those with less than ourselves, and why you should just live your life. Really enjoyed this conversation and I hope you do too. You can find out more about Ted and his documented journey at Youtube “Travelling Ted”, (make sure you include the speech marks) and more about ComebaCK at @thecomebackwithck on Instagram and www.thecomebackwithck.Wordpress.com.

Audiolibros en español
Camino al este. Capítulo 14: Ulan-Ude

Audiolibros en español

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2020 11:59


Camino al este. Capítulo 14: Ulan-Ude

TeapotOne - Bru Time
Bru Time #28 - Riding from Reality

TeapotOne - Bru Time

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2020 128:28


Paul and Holly are a young couple from the UK who took on the infamous 'Mongol Rally' to ride their Sinnis Terrain 125cc motorbikes all the way to Ulan Ude in Russia. What's more, Holly only just passed her CBT before she set off on this incredible adventure!They are a pair who have a story to tell, and live their lives to the fullest extent. Enjoy this one folks.Socials:Youtube: @Riding From RealityFacebook: @Riding From RealityWeb: ridingfromreality.minimountainmotos.comInstagram: riding.from.realityClimbing: vauxwall.co.ukMongol Rally: theadventurists.com/adventures/mongol-rallySupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/TeapotOne)

Through the Lens
Through the Lens - Roman Muravev

Through the Lens

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2020 46:21


In this episode, Roman shares his difficult childhood in the city of Ulan-Ude. He experienced very difficult economic situations in his youth and even experienced years with street gangs. He also had to quit his dream of playing football professionally to eventual become a really successful model.

The GoGedders Podcast
How three crazy Milwaukeeans conquered the 10,000 mile, cross-continental Mongol Rally

The GoGedders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2020 39:56


The Mongol Rally has been described as “the craziest motoring adventure on the planet”, and for good reason. This 10,000-mile journey spans from London, England to Ulan Ude, Russia and passes through twenty countries on the way. Ralliers team up, buy a tiny, crappy car sight-unseen with a smaller-than-one-liter engine, and send it. So, what kind of lunatics would set out on such a journey? Milwaukeeans looking for a hell of an adventure. Charlie Hawks, Henry Sanders, and Ben Selig teamed up to conquer this seemingly-infinite route through Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. It was a tough venture, but when it was all said and done, they'd learned quite a bit about the world and themselves, and they were happy they did it.To hear the whole story right from the horses' mouths, tune into this episode of The GoGedders Podcast. Host Richie Burke sat down and recorded live at Milwaukee's Rotary Club with our three adventurers, Charlie, Henry, and Ben, to talk about their journey and what they learned along the way. You'll hear on-the-fly fixes, playing chess on a Turkmenistani ferry with foreign truckers, and learn a few interesting facts about countries you didn't even know existed.

WiSP Sports
WiSP Sports Desk: S1E5 - World Athletics Doping Makes Headline Again

WiSP Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2019 26:47


Chris Stafford & Nancy Gillen have the week's top stories in women's sport from around the world. AIBA World Boxing Championships with Nancy Gillen in Ulan Ude, Eastern Siberia World Athletics Championships Salazar athletes in Doha told to stay away from US coach after four-year doping ban USA Breaks Mixed 4x400m Record Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce 100m champion at Beijing 2008 and London 2012, wins gold Olympic pole vault champion proposed for IOC Athletes Commission election The rise in women playing netball after World Cup Concacaf women’s Olympic qualifiers moved to Puerto Rico from Haiti Confirmation that Kallie Humphries is going to US US Ski racer Laurenne Ross to sit out of the 2019-20 competition season Facebook has become the International Cricket Council's (ICC) exclusive digital content rights partner for the Indian subcontinent.  or show notes and related links for this episode click HERE. For more conversations from the world of women’s sport including articles, blogs, videos and podcasts visit wispsports.com. WiSP Sports is the World’s Largest Podcast Network for Women’s Sport with more than 20 hosts, 1000+ episodes across 30+ shows and a global audience of over 3 million. WiSP Sports is on all major podcast players. Follow WiSP Sports on social media @WiSPsports. Contact us at info@wispsports.com.

GPS Training Podcast
GPS Training Podcast – number 25

GPS Training Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2019 57:17


Podcast 25 Welcome to this month’s GPS Training podcast, it’s our 25th episode On this months Podcast we have some great guests, we have Alex, from the AA team, we have a guy called Tris who is using the Garmin GPSMAP66i and we have Ian from GPS Training also myself, Jon. So, without further ado let’s get on with today’s podcast …… It's our 25th podcast. In today’s podcast look at the following things – · 2 min 10 sec - We chat with Alex from the AA team, Alex and two of his friends Seb, and Elliot Pote will motor over 10,000 miles through 20 countries including Europe and Central Asia - finishing in Ulan-Ude, Russia in a £600.00 Ford Fiesta · 21 min 20 sec – We talk with Tris, Tris has purchased a Garmin GPSMAP66i from us. The Garmin GPS navigator with the two way satellite communication technology built in · 34 min - And then we have Ian’s FAQ’s, both Garmin and SatMap and this time we are honing on a specific subject - Can I change the colour or transparency of the route and track line on my GPS?   The first thing we have this month’s podcast is a chat Alex from the AA team, Alex and two of his friends Seb, and Elliot Pote will motor over 10,000 miles through 20 countries including Europe and Central Asia - finishing in Ulan-Ude, Russia in a £600.00 Ford Fiesta Alex, welcome to this month’s GPS Training podcast First of all Alex, it’s the Mongol Rally you are taking part in, can you tell us a little about it The greatest motoring adventure on the planetA third of the way around the planet in a vehicle only fit for the scrap heapYou are all 24, what are your backgrounds?Whose idea was it and how long has it been in the planning? The Schedule - Schedule 2019 21st July (from midday): Pre-launch fun at Junk Town (Czech Republic) How are you getting your car there?Start on the 22nd July? 14th August: Finish line opens 16th September: Finish line closes How do you get your car back?What spares are you taking with you?What mechanical experience do any of you hav Fundraising Raising money for two charities - mental health charity MIND and the Ashaninka project which helps prevent deforestation of the Amazon rainforest.So where do GPS Training fit into their trip? Alex contacted me regarding to buying an inReach minibut we loaned him one of ours to use on the trip If people don’t know what an inReach mini is, it is a - Garmin two way satellite communicatorUses the same satellites that Sat Phones use which enables two way text communication from anywhere in the worldUse it to track, report in and hopefully not use the SOS button To make a donation visit theaateam.wixsite.com/themongolrally2019 So if you want to know more about the boys trip please go to theaateam.wixsite.com/themongolrally2019 And if you want to find out more about the Garmin inReach devices please go to gpstraining.co.uk – click on – GPS Store on the top menu – then – on the left-hand side you will see – Garmin inReach – satellite communicators 2 – The next thing we look at on this month’s Podcast is a chat with Tris Wyatt Who are you and where do you come from - small amount of backgroundWhat activities do you do - walking, cycling etcWhat illnesses does he haveHow long you been using GPS units for and how did you navigate pre GPS?What appealed to you about the GPSMAP66i?What reassurances does it give you and your family?How have you found the unit?Have you any plans for your time in the outdoors going forward? I will email you a link to click on ahead of the interview on Thursday so we can both see each other. If you want to find out more about the Garmin GPSMAP66i please go to gpstraining.co.uk – click on gps store – and on the left hand side you will see Garmin inReach – Satellite Communicator 4 – Ian’s FAQ’s Welcome Ian back to the Podcast to talk over some of his FAQ’s, the frequently asked questions he has been asked on his courses over the past month.

GPS Training Podcast
GPS Training Podcast – number 25

GPS Training Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2019 57:17


Podcast 25 Welcome to this month's GPS Training podcast, it's our 25th episode On this months Podcast we have some great guests, we have Alex, from the AA team, we have a guy called Tris who is using the Garmin GPSMAP66i and we have Ian from GPS Training also myself, Jon. So, without further ado let's get on with today's podcast …… It's our 25th podcast. In today's podcast look at the following things – · 2 min 10 sec - We chat with Alex from the AA team, Alex and two of his friends Seb, and Elliot Pote will motor over 10,000 miles through 20 countries including Europe and Central Asia - finishing in Ulan-Ude, Russia in a £600.00 Ford Fiesta · 21 min 20 sec – We talk with Tris, Tris has purchased a Garmin GPSMAP66i from us. The Garmin GPS navigator with the two way satellite communication technology built in · 34 min - And then we have Ian's FAQ's, both Garmin and SatMap and this time we are honing on a specific subject - Can I change the colour or transparency of the route and track line on my GPS?   The first thing we have this month's podcast is a chat Alex from the AA team, Alex and two of his friends Seb, and Elliot Pote will motor over 10,000 miles through 20 countries including Europe and Central Asia - finishing in Ulan-Ude, Russia in a £600.00 Ford Fiesta Alex, welcome to this month's GPS Training podcast First of all Alex, it's the Mongol Rally you are taking part in, can you tell us a little about it The greatest motoring adventure on the planetA third of the way around the planet in a vehicle only fit for the scrap heapYou are all 24, what are your backgrounds?Whose idea was it and how long has it been in the planning? The Schedule - Schedule 2019 21st July (from midday): Pre-launch fun at Junk Town (Czech Republic) How are you getting your car there?Start on the 22nd July? 14th August: Finish line opens 16th September: Finish line closes How do you get your car back?What spares are you taking with you?What mechanical experience do any of you hav Fundraising Raising money for two charities - mental health charity MIND and the Ashaninka project which helps prevent deforestation of the Amazon rainforest.So where do GPS Training fit into their trip? Alex contacted me regarding to buying an inReach minibut we loaned him one of ours to use on the trip If people don't know what an inReach mini is, it is a - Garmin two way satellite communicatorUses the same satellites that Sat Phones use which enables two way text communication from anywhere in the worldUse it to track, report in and hopefully not use the SOS button To make a donation visit theaateam.wixsite.com/themongolrally2019 So if you want to know more about the boys trip please go to theaateam.wixsite.com/themongolrally2019 And if you want to find out more about the Garmin inReach devices please go to gpstraining.co.uk – click on – GPS Store on the top menu – then – on the left-hand side you will see – Garmin inReach – satellite communicators 2 – The next thing we look at on this month's Podcast is a chat with Tris Wyatt Who are you and where do you come from - small amount of backgroundWhat activities do you do - walking, cycling etcWhat illnesses does he haveHow long you been using GPS units for and how did you navigate pre GPS?What appealed to you about the GPSMAP66i?What reassurances does it give you and your family?How have you found the unit?Have you any plans for your time in the outdoors going forward? I will email you a link to click on ahead of the interview on Thursday so we can both see each other. If you want to find out more about the Garmin GPSMAP66i please go to gpstraining.co.uk – click on gps store – and on the left hand side you will see Garmin inReach – Satellite Communicator 4 – Ian's FAQ's Welcome Ian back to the Podcast to talk over some of his FAQ's, the frequently asked questions he has been asked on his courses over the past month.

Passion & Purpose: A Podcast with Jimmy Seibert & The Antioch Movement
THE FIRST CHURCH PLANT PT. 3 - How A New Russian Believer Supernaturally Learned English

Passion & Purpose: A Podcast with Jimmy Seibert & The Antioch Movement

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2019 11:34


Jimmy shares more stories and principles from Antioch's first International Church Plant in Ulan-Ude. We want to hear from YOU..Please leave a review and rating after listening. God bless!

Around the World with Dan Perry
#57: Maria Khankhunova

Around the World with Dan Perry

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2017 63:44


I met Maria on the train to Ulan-Ude, Russia. She is an amazing leader in the Buryat community. She talked about her culture during the show.

The All-Star Leader Podcast
Episode 054 - Antioch Community Church Pastor Vincent Carpenter

The All-Star Leader Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2017 51:15


Vincent and I talk about goal setting, engaging one another in community, and the impact of former Baylor football coach Grant Teaff.   Introduction: Hey everyone and welcome to today's episode of the All-Star Leader Podcast, where together we learn about leadership from the best and brightest, and keep it fun by connecting it to our passion for sports! I'm Daniel Hare, and today we are blessed to be joined by a former collegiate football and track & field standout turned pastor Vincent Carpenter. Vincent spent his early career working in a variety of roles at his alma mater Baylor University before returning to school to pursue full-time ministry, which he has done for the past 12 years at my home church, Antioch Community Church in Waco, TX. Vincent is a faith-filled teacher, communicator, organizer and most of all, a leader. This is Vincent Carpenter. Hey Vincent thank you for being with us today! Interview Questions: Vincent most of the people listening right now are not familiar with you or your story, so if you could take just a few minutes and tell us a bit about who you are, where you're from and what you do. From La Marque, TX Mom involved in local church so met Jesus there Football/Track too at La Marque High School; led to Baylor scholarship Grew in faith at Baylor Went home right after college to work as a sports reporter, but then returned to Baylor Bi-vocational during those years You were a high school athlete and then a two-sport college athlete. What lessons did you learn playing sports that continue to impact how you lead today? Goalsetting: putting them down on paper; intermediary steps to get there Discipline of staying on a routine Whenever disciplined in one area of life, disciplined in others (Goalsetting tips) Accountability – even the most motivated of us tend to fall away from goals, so find someone likeminded to help you Flexibility/variation – circumstances and things in life might change, and having a check-in period every now and then will help you stay on course for the goal rather than give up after three months when you've missed a timeline. That also keeps the goals fresh. In Track/Field, results were a little more under his control, but in team sports, ministry and many others are not in your control. So while you might have a goal/result, the process and what is happening in the moment will be more important to God, while we are thinking about the end result. As much or more satisfaction in the workouts and getting ready to compete than the actual games. The process and moment by moment experience was the most impactful. What former coach of yours do you most admire and why? Baylor football coach Grant Teaff He is the same person up close as what you see in the media He taught Vincent about goal setting He put big expectations on the team, and then laid out a plan to get there “I Believe” (Buy on Amazon; AFFILIATE) is an autobiography that illustrates how he walks the talk After loss to Georgia, went to USC and Coach Teaff believed they could win; Baylor did win; it struck Vincent that he really believed and had confidence, and it spread to the players. During and immediately after college you pursued the journalism and communications field. What attracted you to that area and what skills did you develop that you still rely on today? As a freshman, he started off pursuing photography. Baylor didn't have that major, but a journalism program did have some photography classes He had been good in English and could write, so it made sense First job out of college he worked at a small town newspaper; did everything (wrote, took pictures, etc. and covered the school board and did obituaries). The education writing that he did helped prepare him for the next step As he was praying about his next steps, a postman knocked on the door and had a letter from Baylor asking him to apply for an education writing position (perhaps a professor had recommended him). (Chip Brown reference about how we may not see how something we're doing now is preparing us for the future) – Vincent did a lot of interaction with a community, learned about communicating with parents, etc. Ministry is really a second career for you. Talk to us a bit about your journey through your first career on staff at Baylor and how you came to the realization that God was calling you into full-time ministry. Had been serving in churches while working at Baylor Got talked into being a youth pastor But was also pursuing graduate school at Baylor in order to advance in his role there. He got a great new administration job, moved into a nice new office and thought he was set for life. As soon as he thought that, he had an encounter with God and felt like He was saying “Baylor is not your security blanket.” Which was tough because he was going to put his kids through school at Baylor and everything else, but ultimately he recognized he could trust God with his life and his family. Baylor had been pushing a theme of students thinking about their job/career as a calling, and that was what Vincent was sharing with students in his role as an advisor. But at the same time he wasn't applying the same standard to himself. When he went to his wife to ask about going to seminary he was worried because they had already spent time/money on graduate school, and now to go back for more was a big commitment. Your boss and our pastor Jimmy Seibert was on episode eight of the show last fall. How did you first meet Jimmy and how did it come to pass that he wound up hiring you to join the leadership at Antioch. Vincent's academic advisor at Baylor Ed Mooney would ask students to write on an index card anything he could do for them or that they wanted to accomplish. The thing Vincent wrote was to grow in his walk with God, and the advisor suggested a discipleship group. The advisor really invested in Vincent. He introduced him to a man named Bill Adams with Athletes-In-Action. Did a sports outreach in Ulan-Ude, Russia and ran into Antioch missionaries, including pastor Jimmy Seibert Once Vincent's transition career transition started, he really felt drawn to a diverse congregation But there was one step in between; before he had found a full-time ministry position, he received a job offer to do sports ministry/chaplain. But his mentor Bill Adams through him off by saying he shouldn't do the sports position but rather should become a church planter. Meanwhile Bill was talking to Jimmy about finding a place for Vincent, which soon happened. God uses people around us to guide and direct our lives. During your time at Antioch, the church as grown at a rapid pace to its current 4500 weekly attendance. And I think many of us experience challenges when trying to lead through a growth phase of any entity or organization. What is the biggest challenge from a leadership standpoint you have faced in the midst of that growth, and how are you working through it? Antioch is very broad and diverse across all categories; this is great, but it also makes it more difficult to land one message that has an impact The diversity also requires many more ministries to serve the needs of the different people groups Back in the day, the rule was don't have back to back weekends when we're inviting people to the church. Now the rule is same day! He has really learned to hear God in the moment, because when there are many competing interests and viewpoints, how else are you going to make a decision?! Be sensitive to the still, quiet voice of God (Successes in establishing values/culture) – Jimmy's gift is as a visionary, while Vincent is an organizer/administrator. Bill Hybels says “vision leaks.” Always important to be reminded of the purpose. If things aren't going right, tactics/process shouldn't be the first place to look; make sure people are clear on the vision We're all part of God's process; he wants us to partner with him. Part of being a great leader is the ability to communicate. You are clearly an excellent communicator; what tips can you share on how to improve our communication skills? Pray like it depends on God and prepare like it depends on you Also important to have a team around you that helps bring the message to life (Who do you have around you?!) One of your primary charges over the years has been regarding community engagement. Can you speak to what you're seeing in our culture today when it comes to person-to-person interaction, caring for people around us, and how we can practically engage in our own communities? The old days we might remember as better, though it was really just different We can communicate through social media Antioch moved into a specific, low-income and disadvantaged neighborhood in order to have relationship with people Whether we have more neighborhood time or not, the issue is how we value people. It might seem like talking through a smartphone isn't as good, but it can be if we value the other person. The Community Feast ministry is a good example because there we invite people from all over the neighborhood for a meal and to hear about Jesus, and even after the food is long gone and message is over, the people still hang around because they are starving for community. So volunteer role is not just to serve a meal, but to listen to people and their story. Five rapid fire questions: Name one trait or characteristic you want to see in a colleague. Responsibility What habit has been key to your success? Discipline Most important app or productivity tool? Outlook A resource recommendation (book/podcast/etc.) Divided by Faith (AFFILIATE) One sentence of advice for our audience of leaders? God loves us, partners with us and wants to speak with us and be with us on a day to day basis, and in the day to day grind of life; letting God be part of that is critical to life success. Thank Yous/Acknowledgements: Antioch Live/Clear Day Media Group – music More here. Jonathan Davis – production Clint Musslewhite – voice over

Traveling Kit
Day 233 / 32855km / Saint Petersburg, Russia

Traveling Kit

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2016 59:23


Summary of my trip through Russia via the Trans-Siberian Railway! Ulan Ude, Irkutsk, Olkhon Island, Moscow, Obninsk, Borovsk, St Petersburg.

Baikal Nomads Mixtape
OMul' party 21.11.15 mixed by v0ve

Baikal Nomads Mixtape

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2015 96:54


Record of Omul' party 21.11.2015 Ulan-Ude mixed by v0ve

The World Wanderers Podcast
Driving From London to Mongolia: The Adventure of a Lifetime With Felix Mantz

The World Wanderers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2015 75:38


This summer Felix took part in one of the craziest "races" in the world. Driving from the U.K. all the way to Ulan-Ude in eastern Russia via Mongolia. It's called the Mongol Rally.Every year, a few hundred people from around the world buy cheap cars in the U.K. and set off on the trip of a lifetime. And after listening to this, you may just be one of those people next year.Going through daily grind tends to slowly sap the life out of you, and nothing counteracts the tedium like a BIG ASS ADVENTURE.Felix shares some amazing stories:Being momentarily held at gunpointGetting stuck in a river as the car slowly floodedFinding ways to fix a car after a crash in TurkmenistanPlaying backgammon, and getting to know locals all over Central Asiaand so many more!We go beyond fun stories to touch on how adventure can impact your life, and how much more ALIVE you feel when you bust out of your normal routine. As always, you can find pictures and links mentioned in the show notes at theworldwanderers.com---If you like the show, join the community on facebook! 

WRINT: Zum Thema
WR485 Frau Diener verreist mit der Transsib

WRINT: Zum Thema

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2015 82:31


Andrea Diener verreist, schreibt über ihre Reisen in der FAZ und ist so freundlich, mir davon zu erzählen. Diesmal ist sie mit der Transsibirischen Eisenbahn gefahren. Wir reden über Wladiwostock, den Fernen Osten, Chabarowsk, die Amurvölkerschaften, das Moschusreh, den Amurtiger, die Russische Küche, Ostsibirien, Burjatien, Ulan Ude, den Baikalsee, die alte Baikal-Bahnstrecke, Irkutsk, die Dekabristen (Bild vom Dekabristenmuseum Villa Wolkonski) und Marija Wolkonskaja. Wo man solche Linienzugreisen buchen kann, Video der Reise […]

Baikal Nomads Mixtape
Baikal Nomads – Libertinova @ Summer Sessions 19 06 Jun 2015

Baikal Nomads Mixtape

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2015 84:38


Record of Baikal Nomads Summer Session party in Ulan-Ude, 19.06.15 Mixed by Libertinova Tracklist and download: http://baikalnomads.com/sets/info/bnsslib190615

Baikal Nomads Mixtape
Libertinova @ Baikal Nomads Spring Sessions 02 Apr 2015

Baikal Nomads Mixtape

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2015 49:59


Live set by Libertinova, Spring Sessions @ Baikal Nomads 24.04.2015 Ulan-Ude, Russia Click "Respect" button to see tracklist and download. Thank you for listening!

Baikal Nomads Mixtape
live set by Chingis @ Baikal Nomads interstellar HNY 2015 party 31.12.2014

Baikal Nomads Mixtape

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2015 58:26


This is live set by Chingis from our New Year Interstellar party in Ulan-Ude, Russia. Baikal Nomads crew wish all the best in 2015 to all our friends! Tracklist: Andreas Henneberg - Mountain Shuja, JazzyFunk - In My Mind (Boss Axis Remix) Ioakim Sayz - Beautiful (Original Mix) Rashid Ajami, Julia Govor – A Regret (Agraba Remix) Hot Since 82 feat. Alex Mills - Restless (Traumer Remix) Dont - Hispamania (Pacco & Rudy B Remix) Manuel Tur - Ara Anam (Original Mix) Ane Brun - To Let Myself Go (Andre Hommen Remix) Kyle Watson - The Clock Ballast - For Club Use feat. Kid Enigma Justin Martin & Ardalan - Princess

Radio Paranormalium - archiwum
Z Kart Historii: Swiatla z Ulan-Ude

Radio Paranormalium - archiwum

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2014


Ta historia została po raz pierwszy opisana w artykule opublikowanym w amerykańskim magazynie FATE w 2001 roku. Autor opisuje w nim zagadkowe zjawisko, którego świadkiem był on sam oraz kilkadziesiąt innych osób. Niestety, mimo szczerych chęci nie udało nam się znaleźć skanów wykonanych przez niego fotografii (sam autor twierdzi, że nie były one najlepszej jakości). Faktem jednak jest, iż opisywane zjawsko rzeczywiście miało miejsce.