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Jon Turk returns to Salish Wolf for another episode, this one on his new book Tracking Lions, Myth and Wilderness in Samburu. In this discussion, and in his book, Jon demonstrates how myth has shaped humanity, catalyzing the formation of tribes, creating power dynamics, and eroding the concepts of unity. Today, the world over, humans are immersed in myth-based societies where narratives are sparked by both well-intentioned and perverse igniters, fueled by our digitally-connected global ecosystem, and often fanned by fear. While on a lion tracking expedition in Kenya, Jon experienced firsthand the power of tribal lore and the wild narratives that we run through our heads. While literally on the trail of a nearby lion and armed only with a wooden club, Jon filled first with anger, then surrender, and finally peace. We explore many topics in this conversation, including the imminent danger Jon was constantly in due to warring tribes and corrupt officials, cultural myths that have shaped history, and the dividing factions of present-day narratives related to topics such as climate change and covid. Although myth has historically caused great division, including religious wars and ‘us against them' attitudes, Jon and I demonstrate that two people do not have to share the same beliefs to have mutual respect and an admiration for that which connects us. Healthy debate has been the source of great transformation and intellectual advancement, yet today we run the risk of possibly irreparable divisions as cancel culture eliminates even the most basic human decencies. Yet there is another way forward, and love is at the heart of it. Please enjoy this episode of Salish Wolf with Jon Turk. Episode Links: JonTurk.net Tracking Lions, Myth, and Wilderness in Samburu by Jon Turk Anchor Point Links: Men's Retreats at Anchor Point Expeditions Men's Group at Anchor Point Expeditions
This is part 2 of our coverage of The Zodiac Killer! If you're looking for part 1, go here! FAM! It's Gillian's favorite case, this time through the lens of... New Kids on the Block star Donnie Wahlburg?!?!? You know Gillian has THOUGHTS on this case - meanwhile, Patrick is obsessed with yet another boyband dreamboat. The Zodiac Killer: He terrorized Northern California in the late 1960s. He also taunted the public with cryptic clues, threats of violence and most famously, ciphers that were supposed to lead police to his identity, but mostly went nowhere. LOOKING FOR MORE TCO? On our Patreon feed, you'll find over 200 FULL BONUS episodes to BINGE RIGHT NOW! Including our episode-by-episode coverage of "Night Stalker" "The Jinx," "Making A Murderer," "The Staircase," "I'll Be Gone in the Dark," "A Wilderness of Error" "The Vow" "Tiger King" "Don't F**K With Cats," "The Menendez Murders," "The Murder of Laci Peterson," "Casey Anthony: American Murder Mystery," "Serial," "Lorena," "The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann," "OJ: Made in America" and so many more! JOIN HERE!
In the lead-up to the grand final, we're bringing you stories about some of the characters who have shaped Melbourne and the Western Bulldogs. Today, reporter Daniel Cherny on his chat with former Demons president Joseph Gutnick, who was in charge the last time the club played in a grand final. Read the full story from Daniel Cherny here Support the show: https://subscribe.theage.com.au/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Lauren Chandler is an accomplished speaker, teacher, writer, and worship leader. She is also the wife of Matt Chandler, one of the lead pastors at The Village Church. She is the author of the Lifeway Study, "With Us in the Wilderness", where she walks through the Book of Numbers and parallels Israel's wilderness experiences with our own. In this conversation, Jeremy and Lauren discuss the wilderness experiences she has had in ministry. She details the hope God has continually given her and how she now walks even more refreshed and renewed. Check out Lauren's website: https://laurenchandler.com/ Reach out to ATAP: Jeremy@allthingsallpeople.org
God has rescued His people from Egypt in a spectacular way.. but now what? How will God provide for hundreds of thousands of people in the wilderness? How can Israel have a covenant relationship with a holy God? Join us as we learn about God's character in the wilderness and at Mt. Sinai.If you enjoy the podcast, please subscribe, rate, review, & share!For more information, in-person or online studies, or if you have questions, please reach out to us:(717) 585-0949 call/textCapitalCityChristians@gmail.comCapitalCityChristians.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Enjoying the outdoors can be done on a tight budget or with all the latest gear and gadgets. All you really need is a pair of shoes and a sense of adventure. But what about when you want to go on a big trip or you need to upgrade your jacket? On this Outdoor Explorer our guest is financial planner and outdoor enthusiast Mike Branham. We talk about finding balance between your outdoor pursuits and saving for your future, ways to maximize your gear budget, and more.
Hunter, angler and conservationist Bianca McGrath-Martinez first drank the volunteerism Kool-Aid when she was serving with AmeriCorps. Today, her professional life (with MANY volunteer hours across different groups) is spent working towards an inclusive conservation movement with a program called Hispanics Enjoying Camping, Hunting, and the Outdoors. 2:00 HECHO; Latino Outdoors Colorado 5:00 Growing up with a negative perception of hunting, and then the slow process of changing your mind as an adult 8:00 How you become comfortable with something that your family has traditionally been very cautious about, like firearms 13:00 Fly-fishing... can open the gate to other sporting disciplines 16:00 The backstory of the American conservation movement, it can sound rosy and peachy -- but there's also racism, censure, and genocide there, too 17:00 Hispanics Enjoying Camping, Hunting, and the Outdoors - a policy-driven group that advocates for the conservation of wild lands in the Southwest 20:00 Parks podcast, Ashley's recommendation on a frank history of National Parks 23:00 Why it's important to re-teach ourselves American history through a historically accurate lens 28:00 The importance of bringing conservation (and sporting) to elected officials and other leaders 30:00 Find HECHO on Facebook, Instagram, and via their online newsletter 31:00 Cocktails and Conservation event in Utah in October. Keep track of HECHO events here. 32:00 Translating hunting/fishing regulations into Spanish 37:00 Bianca on the Your Mountain podcast, a great listen 38:00 Volunteerism accomplishes SO MUCH in the outdoors space. Check out Latino Outdoors' Yo Cuento blog, the group's job board, etc 43:00 Women's Wilderness (and their Trailblazers program) 45:00 "I did AmeriCorps... and I think I just sort of drank the Kool-Aid when it comes to volunteerism." 50:00 Tarpon fishing! Large, ancient, big-fighting fish 54:00 Colorado Parks and Wildlife's Ranching for Wildlife program -- an access program for new hunters on private lands 1:02 An upcoming Artemis episode... bowhunting with a baby or a toddler (yes... hunting WITH a baby/toddler, like, on your back)
Show highlights include: Why having all God's love and attention starts with getting knocked down. (2:15) How to be happy in your situation (instead of trying to negotiate something better with God). (4:14) The Achilles' Heel in talking your head off (and why it's better to be silent). (7:04) How to let the Lord fight battles for you the ‘Exodus 14:14' way. (11:30) How to avoid the nasty emails and gossip for the divine potential to shut down your enemy. (16:06) If you're ready to rise up and become the best version of yourself, check out the 12-month mindset and accountability experience that will help you rise up here: https://befitandfierce.com/justbreath If you have zero energy to focus on yourself and need extra support and accountability from women who know what it's like to juggle a crazy busy life, then go to https://befitandfierce.com and become unstoppable with us. Or, if you want to join a sisterhood dedicated to growing our faith, join our Just Breathe Facebook Group.
On this episode of the Aptitude Outdoors Podcast I sit down with Buckeye Trail Thru-Hiker Dain Sutton. He currently holds the record as the youngest person to thru-hike the Buckeye Trail and he talks about his journey and his big ambitions to thru-hike the Appalachian Trail, the Pacific Crest Trail and the Continental Divide Trail in 1 calendar year! You can follow Dain on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/breakawayhiker/?hl=en https://bit.ly/2YLp82N
On this week's episode we discuss how to successfully manage your season of transition. In this season you experience sudden or significant change. It's a time when new things are happening spiritually, naturally, mentally, or emotionally that require you to learn to think, act and live differently. These changes can be by choice, circumstances, the enemy, or God. Some people may refer to it as a “pruning season or a wilderness season.” ANNOUNCEMENTS Work with our host Shaunté Saphire: https://www.shauntesaphire.com You can now send questions for the “Ask Shaunté” segment on the podcast. Please email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org send me an DM on Instagram. SOCIAL MEDIA INFO Shaunté Pray Plan Slay - @prayplanslaypodcast Shaunté Saphire - @shauntesaphire Website: https://www.shauntesaphire.com
Vincent Moiso is a principal and President of Oceanside Glass & Tile and is also the founder and president of his own coaching business, VIS Aspire Inc. He recently launched his alter-ego brand SUR THRIVE AL GEAR, as well as publishing his playbook for the entrepreneur and the hight performer, How to Survive the Wilderness. Last year […]
Jeaninne Stokes, author and poet, sat with Cindy Kochis in the Pen to Paper Press Podcast virtual studio for a delightful conversation on how her faith in God led her on an uncharted journey to shift her writing from a hobby to becoming a professional author. Jeaninne shared the undeniable sign from God to change career paths, the challenges she faced, and how God continues to inspire her on the writing wilderness journey. This episode explores the lessons Jeaninne learned and how she is guiding Christian authors on their journey. Pour yourself a mug of herbal tea, find a comfort space to relax, and enjoy listening to our inspirational conversation. Access show notes: pentopaperpress.com/2021/09/one-writers-wilderness-journey-from-hobby-to-professional-author Support: patron.podbean.com/pentopaperpress Shop: pentopaperpress.com/store Episode sponsor: Pen to Paper Writers Circle
Listen and explore:What it feels like to be back at work after a two-year hiatusWilderness medicine: the universal healing quality of natureThe necessity of faith as a facilitator in group workBeing in a business partnership: the second most intimate relationship in our livesWhy Kelly and Alasdair lead these trips despite the long hours, low pay, risks and challenges"Oh my God, this is my job!"Wilderness medicine as one, long psychedelic journeyWhat people experienced on these trips that's missing in most people's everyday livesWhat's the most effective way to market a small business with integrity?Alasdair responds to the question "How do I change my life?"Mentioned on this episode:Alasdair and Kelly's company: Wild WithinWild Within's upcoming Guatemala trip FAR OUT #117 ~ This is NOT the FAR OUT Couple w/ Kelly Margerum and Lou RedmondFAR OUT #126 ~ Exploring Ayahuasca: Shamanic Dietas - When Soul is Present, Nature is AliveFAR OUT #72 ~ Don't Ask 'Why Me?' ask 'For What?' with Mayan Entrepreneur Anita Cortez ChacConnect with us:Website: www.thefarout.lifeEmail us at email@example.comAlasdair @ www.alasdairplambeck.comSupport this podcast:Discount link to purchase organic, raw ceremonial-grade cacao locally sourced in Guatemala (a portion of proceeds support this podcast)Become a patron at: https://www.patreon.com/thefaroutcoupleMake one-time donation with PayPal (our account is firstname.lastname@example.org)Leave a review on iTunes!Share this episode with a friend! :DCredits:Photo credit: Courtney Warden (@courtney_yeah)Intro music: "Complicate ya" by Otis McDonaldOutro music: "Running with wise fools" written & performed by Krackatoa (www.krackatoa.com)
Back in the innocent days of February 2020, host Mike Jordan Laskey sent a Twitter message to author Nick Ripatrazone in reply to a tweet Nick posted about reading the Graham Greene novel "The Power and the Glory" for Lent, which is something he does every year. What if we invited others to read along with us and talk about it online? Mike asked. Nick was up for it and the Jesuit Book Club was born. Since then, the Jesuit Book Club has hosted a series of live events featuring conversations with some of today's best authors who are rooted in the Catholic literary tradition, including Alice McDermott, Kirstin Valdez Quade and Phil Klay. For this summer's Jesuit Book Club selection, we read Nick's own most recent book, which is titled "Wild Belief: Poets and Prophets in the Wilderness." The book traces the theme of wilderness through the work of almost a dozen writers in creative and surprising ways. This time, instead of a live event, the Jesuit Book Club discussion is happening as an episode of AMDG. Mike and Nick discuss the work of three of the writers Nick focuses on in his book: Gerard Manley Hopkins, William Everson and Mary Oliver. Join us in October for our next book and live author event with a very special guest (Nick announces who it is during this episode!). If you can't wait that long, check out jesuits.org/bookclub to sign up for the virtual gathering.
We're covering this documentary over two episodes! Episode 2 is available right now and ad-free for 1 week only on our Patreon at all levels. Part 2 will be our regular episode next week! FAM! It's Gillian's favorite case, this time through the lens of... New Kids on the Block star Donnie Wahlburg?!?!? You know Gillian has THOUGHTS on this case - meanwhile, Patrick is obsessed with yet another boyband dreamboat. The Zodiac Killer: He terrorized Northern California in the late 1960s. He also taunted the public with cryptic clues, threats of violence and most famously, ciphers that were supposed to lead police to his identity, but mostly went nowhere. LOOKING FOR MORE TCO? On our Patreon feed, you'll find over 200 FULL BONUS episodes to BINGE RIGHT NOW! Including our episode-by-episode coverage of "Night Stalker" "The Jinx," "Making A Murderer," "The Staircase," "I'll Be Gone in the Dark," "A Wilderness of Error" "The Vow" "Tiger King" "Don't F**K With Cats," "The Menendez Murders," "The Murder of Laci Peterson," "Casey Anthony: American Murder Mystery," "Serial," "Lorena," "The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann," "OJ: Made in America" and so many more! JOIN HERE!
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Welcome back to the Abyss! This week we cover another 411 disappearance involving a man named Steven Kubacki. We also discuss other scary wilderness tales found online.Have a subject you'd like us to cover? Send it our way at email@example.com.
Few promises of the Bible offer more reassurance than when God says “I will never leave or forsake you.” Who among us doesn't want to believe that God is still with us—now? Yes, we see evidence of God in the sky and stars. But here on the ground, we worry. Maybe that's one reason God asked the huge family that he had rescued from Egypt to camp around His tent in the Wilderness of Sinai. From the outside, this Tent of God's presence looked more like a portable Bedouin tent than “a house of God.” But on the inside, the detail, color, art, and symbolism spoke of mysteries and secrets, and . . . far more goodness than God was ready to reveal. And still today, even though so much has since been revealed, there's so much for us to explore together. Please join us in discovering together what that tent in the wilderness says about "God With Us" . . . now.
This One Wild Life: A Mother-Daughter Memoir launched in April 2021. “Includes research on the shy child, parent-child bonding, social media issues, and the benefits of outdoor activity and nature immersion. Disillusioned with overly competitive organized sports and concerned about her lively daughter's growing shyness, author Angie Abdou sets herself a challenge: to hike a peak a week over the summer holidays with Katie. They will bond in nature and discover the glories of outdoor activity. What could go wrong? Well, among other things, it turns out that Angie loves hiking but Katie doesn't. This One Wild Life explores parenting and marriage in a summer of unexpected outcomes and growth for both mother and daughter.” A view in Elle Magazine says "Anyone who has ever been pushed to do something outdoorsy because it was good for them - or who has been the parent doing the pushing - will find this sweet tale about a growing and changing parent-child relationship all too familiar.” A life long athlete, Angie loves writing about sport and the many lessons it teaches. Angie is Associate Professor of Creative Writing at Athabasca University. New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday and Thursday at 7am UK time - Make sure you hit the subscribe button so you don't miss out. The Tough Girl Podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons. To find out more about supporting your favourite podcast and becoming a patron please check out www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast. Show notes Who is Angie Living in British Columbia, Canada Being a writer since 2006 What Angie was like as a child Loving books from a young age Being a competitive swimmer and swimming for 4 hrs a day Learning the lesson of showing up every day Setting an early alarm… Balancing swimming with everything else as a teenager Being in a serious car crash at 29 The impact of that experience Knowing it would be better to try and fail rather than never try Processing the aftermath of the crash Journaling throughout her life Book - Wild Mind: Living the Writer's Life By Natalie Goldberg Book - The Artist Way By Julia Cameron Writing down her goals How the wilderness played a part in her life Having a negative experience with social media The power of nature New Book - This One Wild Life Feeling guilty as a mum Her mother daughter relationships Her relationship with her daughter The difference between a child who is introverted and a child who has social anxiety How motherhood changed her life Having to make choices Asking herself what kind of mother does she want to be Being available for her kids Girls, confidence and social media Screen time for children The benefits of doing hard things Climbing a peak a week and how the goal changed The challenges of hiking with a child Learning from each other Learning how to be a leader and how to be confident in nature Where does her drive and ambition come from Doing a solo 12hr challenge Thinking about the car accident Reminding herself that life is a gift Being present on social media Listening to her body while using social media Stop doom scrolling and put the phone down Final words of advice for other women Why there is always time for a 30 min walk outside Social Media Website: abdou.ca Twitter: @angie_abdou
It's been a season like no other in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. On Aug. 21, Superior National Forest officials enacted a temporary but full closure of the BWCA. The order, issued in response to fire danger, came at the height of the paddling season. The BWCA will reopen Saturday, Sept. 4, with some closures remaining in place. News of the closure was delivered to paddlers by teams of wilderness rangers who spent days sweeping the BWCA by canoe. Working in a coordinated effort across the wilderness, several dozen rangers were able to clear the area in just a few days. WTIP's Barbara Jean Meyers speaks with two wilderness rangers, Megan McClanahan and Chad LeFevere, along with Superior National Forest Recreation and Wilderness Specialist Cathy Quinn, about the challenges involved in covering an area to remove canoe campers that is more than 1 million acres in size, includes more than 2,000 campsites and 1,200 miles of canoe routes.
In this edition, Zach interviews guidebook author Matt Reeder about the best places to explore in the Mount Jefferson Wilderness, an 111,000 acre backcountry paradise that has been shaped by wildfire.
9-2-21 AJ DailyAngus Foundation Raises More Than $11,300 at NJASAdapted from a release by Amber Wahlgren, Angus Communications Animal Agriculture Alliance Advocacy Scholarship Competition Kicks Off September 13 Adapted from a release by Animal Agriculture Alliance CAB Insider: Market Update Adapted from a release by Paul Dykstra, Certified Angus Beef LLC NCBA and PLC Denounce the Administration's Misguided Focus on Wilderness Designations Adapted from a release by the National Cattlemen's Beef Association Compiled by Paige Nelson, field editor, Angus Journal. For more Angus news, visit angusjournal.net.
If you cant turn your wilderness into the promise land, youll turn your promised land into a wilderness!! Exodus 33:15 Then Moses said to him, “If your Presence does not go with us, do not send us up from here. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brent-wale/support
Welcome to Foot Stuff Podcast episode 119!'Spicy Slides, Scree Slopes, & a Broken Betrothal 'Todays episode is a long overdue catch up with the whole hey gang. Lots of stories and adventures to catch up on and some exciting news to cap it off! Link to the 46 Climbs organization:https://46climbs.com/Matt's Fundraising Page:supporting.afsp.org/participant/MattBaerAlison's Fundraising Page:supporting.afsp.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.participant&participantID=2420983&fbclid=IwAR1wGF2sWgudUpt6Q44S5e6_I-Xq6nD6HedbPQgfxUlTcrJv0BGHP28tZzYLink to the National Foundation for Suicide Prevention:https://afsp.org/We hope you enjoy, thanks for listening.www.footstuffpodcast.com
Show highlights include: How to find purpose in your pain through the story of November 6th. (1:33) The two songs to let go of negative thinking and know that God is there. (15:21) The Isaiah 40:31 way to carry on (even when it feels impossible to move an inch). (18:21) How to find positivity in the unknown wilderness and use your gifts in different ways. (19:27) How to leave a bad situation better equipped and find hope in the steps forward. (23:17) If you're ready to rise up and become the best version of yourself, check out the 12-month mindset and accountability experience that will help you rise up here: https://befitandfierce.com/justbreath If you have zero energy to focus on yourself and need extra support and accountability from women who know what it's like to juggle a crazy busy life, then go to https://befitandfierce.com and become unstoppable with us. Or, if you want to join a sisterhood dedicated to growing our faith, join our Just Breathe Facebook Group.
In this episode of Help Me Teach the Bible, Nancy Guthrie speaks to Iain Duguid about the book of Judges. Duguid has been a professor of Old Testament at Westminster Theological Seminary since 2014, having taught previously at Grove City College, Westminster Seminary California, and RTS Jackson.Duguid is the author of numerous commentaries and books, including volumes on Daniel and Esther and Ruth in the Reformed Expository Commentary series, The Song of Songs in the Tyndale Old Testament Commentaries, The NIV Application Commentary: Ezekiel, and Numbers: God's Presence in the Wilderness in Crossway's Preaching the Word series. He is working on a commentary on Judges that will be published by B&H.In this episode, Duguid points out that most of us are familiar with a few of the stories from Judges but don't have a sense of how they fit together. He helps us to see how the book of Judges can minister to people whose lives have been significantly affected by the darkness of this world and even darkness among God's people, the church.Recommended Resources for Teaching JudgesThe New American Commentary: Judges, Ruth by Daniel L. BlockJudges: Such a Great Salvation by Dale Ralph DavisJudges & Ruth: There Is a Redeemer by Sarah IvillJudges and Ruth: God in Chaos by Barry Webb
Meredith and Tory Taylor have been outfitters, guides and conservation leaders in the wild heart of Wyoming's Greater Yellowstone for almost 50 years. Over those decades, they have explored places few others have ever seen, shown generations of Americans the wonders of hunting and fishing and wilderness, horses, wolves, storms and stars, wildflower meadows and summer snowbanks, tumbling whitewater creeks and towering black-rock peaks. Theirs is a marriage and an adventure partnership, based in their modest home and native plant gardens and horse pastures on the Wind River, carried as far afield as Outer Mongolia. Join us for a wide-ranging discussion of lives lived large, elk-fed, and mostly on horseback.
Vin Tabone is the New York film producer of a PBS-aired, two-part documentary on The Hudson River School: a genre of dramatic, mid-19th century landscape paintings depicting the grandeur & the divine in America's wildernesses. We learn about: the main artists in the movement starting with founder Thomas Cole; the reception from New York City critics; their adventuresome travels to jungles, icebergs, Europe & the Wild West; their use of reoccurring symbols such as storm clouds & tree stumps; and the moral & religious messages they strived to convey. Vin shares fond memories of his childhood on the Hudson, seeing the paintings for the first time, & trips to the unspoiled locations. For story time, he reads "The Bewilderment" from Thomas Cole's journal: a blind & dizzying account of being lost in a stormy, black forest. The last section takes a mystery-provoking sharp turn into a handful of Vin's uncanny & paranormal experiences, adding ever more wonderment to the Our Numinous Nature canon. Aired on PBS & ALL ARTS channel, watch Vin's documentaries The Hudson River School: Part 1: Artistic Pioneers & Part 2: Cultivating a Tradition via Amazon Prime Video. Reference Images:*Thomas Cole, Lake with Dead Trees *Thomas Cole, Home in the Woods  *Thomas Cole, The Course of Empire series [1833-1836]*Thomas Cole, The Voyage of Life series  *Frederic Church, Heart of the Andes *Frederic Church, Niagara  *Albert Bierstadt, The Rocky Mountains, Landers Peak *Albert Bierstadt, The Last of the Buffalo *Albert Bierstadt, Mount Corcoran [1876-1887] *Asher Durand, Kindred Spirits *Jasper Cropsey, Autumn - On the Hudson River *Martin Johnson Heade, Hummingbird & Passionflowers [1875-1885] *Sanford Gifford, The Mouth of the Shrewsbury River,  Follow Our Numinous Nature & my naturalist illustrations on InstagramCheck out my shop of shirts, prints, and books featuring my artContact: firstname.lastname@example.org
What was Jesus meditating on when he was in the wilderness for 40 days? It is speculation, but I like to think he was quoting Deuteronomy to himself and preparing for his public ministry. Why? Because when faced with the temptations, he only quotes from Deuteronomy 6 and 8, and they have surprising parallels with the Israelite history in the wilderness.You can register for the course The First Commandment: Deuteronomy in the Gospels HERE.Click HERE to sign up for the mailing list and be invited to fascinating live seminars (like our most recent: Satan, Lucifer, and Beelzubul: Will the Real Devil Please Stand Up?) Keep your eye on this space for a link to the recording.Sign up to be a student at IBC with access to a huge collection of courses: https://israelbiblecenter.comStay connected with IBC on Facebook @IsraelBibleCenter or Twitter @IsraelStudy
This week on Real Talk with Rachael I'm talking with author Lauren Chandler about her book With Us in the Wilderness: A Study of the Book of Numbers. Lauren is a wife and mother of three. Her husband, Matt Chandler, serves as the lead teaching pastor at The Village Church in Flower Mound, Texas. Lauren is passionate about writing, music, and leading worship, not only at The Village Church, but also for groups across the country. She is the author of the recently released Bible study, With Us in the Wilderness: A Study of the Book of Numbers, Steadfast Love: The Response of God to the Cries of our Heart, the Bible study, Steadfast Love: A Study of Psalm 107, and a children's book, Goodbye to Goodbyes: A True Story about Jesus, Lazarus, and an Empty Tomb. Key Points from Our Conversation: God's plan has always involved women and His heart is for women. In Numbers, the test for adultery can be seen as patriarchal, but the heart of God was to give women a chance to vindicate themselves in a male-dominated society. Pause, breathe, and pray for illumination as you lean into reading the harder parts of the Bible. Ask the Lord for clarity, keep reading, and read it again. God can speak in a variety of ways, but we know it's Him if it's consistent with the character of God we see in the Bible. "God uses wilderness seasons to show that life is best when centered on Him." When we're the center, we end up worn out and enslaved. "We can't be who God created us to be outside of community." Seek out community and give people opportunities to be trustworthy. It takes time and you will get hurt, but God has called us to be vulnerable, listen without judgment, and show loving-kindness. If you've been hurt before in relationships, own your part and ask forgiveness where you messed up and try again, asking the Holy Spirit for discernment. Your wilderness won't last forever. God is with you in it and He won't waste it. Fight against shame and condemnation if you need to rest. You don't have to do anything; He is pleased in your being because of Christ. Let's Get Real Practical: Process and pray, asking God these questions - Where are you in this wilderness season? God, where am I in this wilderness season? Episode Sponsor: Sign up for JOYmail – my monthly newsletter that's full of resources that deliver a little joy and practical action steps for life into your inbox. Connect with Lauren: website | Instagram | Facebook Connect with Rachael: website | Instagram | Facebook
The ice sheets and glaciers that cover one-tenth of Earth's land surface are in grave peril. High in the Alps, Andes, and Himalaya, once-indomitable glaciers are retreating, even dying. Meanwhile, in Antarctica, thinning glaciers may be unlocking vast quantities of methane stored for millions of years beneath the ice. In Ice Rivers: A Story of Glaciers, Wilderness, and Humanity (Princeton UP, 2021), renowned glaciologist Jemma Wadham offers a searing personal account of glaciers and the rapidly unfolding crisis that they—and we—face. Taking readers on a personal journey from Europe and Asia to Antarctica and South America, Wadham introduces majestic glaciers around the globe as individuals—even friends—each with their own unique character and place in their community. She challenges their first appearance as silent, passive, and lifeless, and reveals that glaciers are, in fact, as alive as a forest or soil, teeming with microbial life and deeply connected to almost everything we know. They influence crucial systems on which people depend, from lucrative fisheries to fertile croplands, and represent some of the most sensitive and dynamic parts of our world. Their fate is inescapably entwined with our own, and unless we act to abate the greenhouse warming of our planet the potential consequences are almost unfathomable. A riveting blend of cutting-edge research and tales of encounters with polar bears and survival under the midnight sun, Ice Rivers is an unforgettable portrait of—and love letter to—our vanishing icy wildernesses. Marshall Poe is the founder and editor of the New Books Network. He can be reached at email@example.com. 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
In the middle of the night on Nov. 20, 1969, a group of mostly young Native Americans escaped to Alcatraz, landing on the shores of Alcatraz Island, in the middle of San Francisco Bay. They occupied the former prison for 19 months, demanding that the federal government turn over the island to Indigenous Americans. The self-proclaimed Tribe of All Nations ignited a national movement and with the support of Americans from all walks of life, thrived as they prepared for a showdown with the American Government. LOOKING FOR MORE TCO? On our Patreon feed, you'll find over 200 FULL BONUS episodes to BINGE RIGHT NOW! Including our episode-by-episode coverage of "Night Stalker" "The Jinx," "Making A Murderer," "The Staircase," "I'll Be Gone in the Dark," "A Wilderness of Error" "The Vow" "Tiger King" "Don't F**K With Cats," "The Menendez Murders," "The Murder of Laci Peterson," "Casey Anthony: American Murder Mystery," "Serial," "Lorena," "The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann," "OJ: Made in America" and so many more! JOIN HERE!
Matt sits down with PNW Bushcraft co-founder Heather Saulsbury. PNW Bushcraft makes outdoor gear specifically for bushcraft but, even bigger than that, they give their customers the tools to have the most fun in the outdoors. Heather built PNW Bushcraft with her co-founder and husband out of a hobby and passion that grew like wildfire after she began to make gear and sell it on Etsy (it sounds like a simple progression but, when I say they attacked this thing and won, that's a huge understatement). As the dynamic duo dug deeper into the industry they slowly expanded their product line, doing countless R & D testing, and even began to host meetups, demonstrations, and workshops. One of the bigger things Heather's been trying to tackle is to open up the outdoors to women and encourage them to learn new skills, and just become comfortable when roughing it. The Outdoor Industry has been marketed as a boys club but, the barriers that exist aren't solid and Heather wants to break them down once and for all for women and really anyone who wants to get outside and have some fun but, might not know where to start. You don't need to be perfect or do things flawlessly, you just need to be safe and have fun, and that's exactly the message Heather wants to promote! In this episode of Built On Passion Heather Saulsbury walks us through how PNW Bushcraft got started and the steps to grow to where they are now, how she's been building and nurturing a wave of wild women getting into the outdoors, and her how & why behind starting PNW Bushcraft.
Rabbi Gary teaches the Jewishness of Christianity, In this episode, Gary discusses Sukkot. This 1 minute radio feature will air on KKLA 99.5 in Los Angeles, beginning September 17, 2021, on Fridays during rush hour.
Few promises of the Bible offer more reassurance than when God says “I will never leave or forsake you.” Who among us doesn't want to believe that God is still with us—now? Yes, we see evidence of God in the sky and stars. But here on the ground, we worry. Maybe that's one reason God asked the huge family that he had rescued from Egypt to camp around His tent in the Wilderness of Sinai. From the outside, this Tent of God's presence looked more like a portable Bedouin tent than “a house of God”. But on the inside, the detail, color, art, and symbolism spoke of mysteries and secrets, and… far more goodness than God was ready to reveal. And still today, even though so much has since been revealed, there's so much for us to explore together. Please join us in discovering together what that tent in the wilderness says about "God With Us"… now.
Jeff Stanfield & Andy Shaver have some fun and discuss various things going on in the news and they look at everything going on around The Big Honker Lodge as hunting season gets ready to fire up.
In 1986, self-proclaimed Pastor Gary Heidnik, kidnapped six women and held them prisoner in his basement. The women were tortured for months and two of them died. In this Oxygen special, two of the survivors tell their harrowing stories of how the wound up in Heidnik's basement and what it took to survive. LOOKING FOR MORE TCO? On our Patreon feed, you'll find over 200 FULL BONUS episodes to BINGE RIGHT NOW! Including our episode-by-episode coverage of "Night Stalker" "The Jinx," "Making A Murderer," "The Staircase," "I'll Be Gone in the Dark," "A Wilderness of Error" "The Vow" "Tiger King" "Don't F**K With Cats," "The Menendez Murders," "The Murder of Laci Peterson," "Casey Anthony: American Murder Mystery," "Serial," "Lorena," "The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann," "OJ: Made in America" and so many more! JOIN HERE!