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Best Porch Movement podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Porch Movement podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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The Front Porch Movement is a voice in civic engagement that uses the power of multi-media platforms to present stories from a diversity of people. We explore how we live, the challenges we face and the ideas needed to improve our society. Through this higher level of community engagement, the Front Porch Movement aspires to help us be better connected to one another, better informed, and gain a better understanding of opinions that divide us.
 
What if we could impact the world by connecting with the people who live nearest to us--that is our neighbors? It turns out, we can. In this podcast we interview awesome neighbors to learn from them and be inspired by them. We also share occasional neighboring tips. And sometimes we play folk music! So come on over and join us on the front porch.
 
Finding Your Freestyle is created by Tracee Kafer, who is also the host of The Freestyle Approach Podcast. This podcast is inspired to start a larger dialogue on the art of freestyle (beyond modality and form), and tangential topics of mindfulness, awareness, intention, intuition, creativity, self-expression, and collaboration with interesting folks who are doing their thing in their own way! This podcast will continue to touch back on movement and freestyle practice, but includes the connec ...
 
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For this week's episode, hosts Adam and Matt sit down on the virtual front porch with Kristopher in order to talk through this week's neighboring tip: Support a business in your neighborhood. This week's episode, like our other neighboring tip episodes, presents a simple experiment for connecting with your neighbors - even in the midst of a pandemi…
 
Good day, friends! Today, hosts Adam and Matt sit down on their virtual front porches in order to talk about where we're at in this pandemic and discuss ideas on how we can take care of ourselves in the midst of it. While Adam and Matt are not licensed therapists or counselors, Adam does work around social and emotional intelligence, and Matt does …
 
We're back with another episode on the gappers! Our newest project is taking off, so this week, hosts Adam and Matt sit down to discuss the project a bit more. Tune in to learn more! Two weeks ago, we introduced this new project on our podcast with an episode titled "The Gappers, Our Coronavirus Response". If you have not yet had a chance to listen…
 
Welcome back to The Neighbor Next Door! Today, host Adam is honored to sit down on the virtual front porch with Krissy Matthaei and Ashley Barlow-Thompson in order to talk about setting boundaries with neighbor kids. It is an honor to welcome Krissy Matthaei to the virtual front porch! Krissy is a supermom and a gifted educator. With two kids of he…
 
Happy May, friends! This week on the podcast, Adam, Matt, and Kristopher sit down on their virtual front porches in order to talk about the Neighboring Movement's coronavirus response: an experimental community called "the gappers". Throughout this coronavirus pandemic, we have noticed the temptation to say things like, “I just wish we could go bac…
 
In this week's episode, hosts Adam and Matt sit down on the front porch with Kristopher in order to talk through this week's neighboring tip: Engage in in-person interactions with your neighbors while practicing physical distancing. This week's episode, like our other neighboring tip episodes, presents a simple experiment for connecting with your n…
 
As always, welcome back to the front porch! In the weeks to come, we will release episodes that are all focused on neighboring in the time of coronavirus, so stay tuned! To kick off this series, hosts Adam and Matt sit down on their respective front porches to talk about one specific element of life in the midst of COVID-19: grief. In this episode,…
 
This is it. The finale is here! Welcome to Part 3 of our three-episode series in which hosts Adam and Matt sit down with the founder of asset-based community development, John McKnight. Hopefully, you have had a chance to listen to the first two episodes in this series. If you have not, we would highly suggest going back and listening to them first…
 
Greetings friends! Welcome to Part 2 of this three-episode series in which hosts Adam and Matt sit down with the literal founder of asset-based community development, John McKnight. Hopefully you had a chance to listen to the first episode in this series, which is titled "John McKnight (Part 1): Have You Been Out in the Garden?". If you have not, w…
 
Goodness gracious me oh my, do we have a few episodes in store for you! Today, we are releasing the first episode of a three-episode series in which hosts Adam and Matt sit down with, quite literally, the founder of asset-based community development, John McKnight. John began community organizing when he was in his early twenties, and since then, h…
 
Greetings, all! This week, we're putting a little twist on our regular neighboring tip episode in order to address COVID-19. For this episode, hosts Adam and Matt sit down on the front porch with Kristopher to talk through this week's tip: Brainstorm ways you can be a good neighbor during this coronavirus pandemic, and then pick one of these ways, …
 
For our MARCH monthly energy reading, I wanted to offer some positioning, and embodiment “advice” in case it was helpful to you. This was originally posted as a video.You are not alone if it doesn’t feel “business as usual” in your body or practice.Shout out to Dr. Jess Linick for her knowledgeable influence in many of these topics and tips.…
 
For this week, we're spotlighting a previously released episode from June of 2019 in which hosts Adam and Matt sat down on the front porch with researcher and physician, Justin Moore. In this interview, Justin presents the fact that neighboring makes us healthier. Justin practices medicine in various community-oriented ways, and he also researches …
 
This week, we present a guest episode from one of our favorite podcasts, Reports From The Spiritual Frontier, as host Benjamin Yosua-Davis interviews Gregory Ellison II, whom we will let introduce himself. Again, we want to allow Greg to introduce himself, but believe us when we say that he is doing amazing work and that you won't want to miss his …
 
Vistapher joins Matt on the front porch to bring us this week's neighboring tip: Ask a neighbor to watch over your home while you are away. This episode, like our other neighboring tip episodes, presents a simple experiment for connecting with your neighbors. We hope you not only enjoy listening to this tip but also experiment with asking a neighbo…
 
This week marks our first re-release of an episode, as we bring you a conversation from February 2019 in which hosts Adam and Matt sat down on the front porch with an amazing neighbor: Rhonda Stevens. Rhonda shares a few highlights of fostering relationships with her neighbors, as well as some of the struggles. Along the way, there is plenty of lau…
 
Greetings, friends! In this episode, hosts Adam and Matt return to the front porch for a second conversation with the President and CEO of Thrive Allen County, Lisse Regehr. If you have not yet listened to Adam and Matt's first conversation with Lisse, we would encourage doing so before listening to this episode. In that first conversation, Lisse t…
 
This week, hosts Adam and Matt are honored to sit down on the front porch for the first of two conversations with the President and CEO of Thrive Allen County, Lisse Regehr. Lisse is an excellent storyteller, and she brings to the front porch a ton of community development experience. Her organization, Thrive Allen County, is a health, wellness, an…
 
The Neighbor Next Door is back and here to stay! We are now an episodic podcast, which means, starting today, we will be releasing an episode every Tuesday. So, welcome to Infinity Season! For today's episode, hosts Adam and Matt sit down on the front porch to explain the work of our nonprofit, the Neighboring Movement, and detail our vision for 20…
 
Here is NOVEMBER's Movement Reading! Be advised, these are originally posted as videos on YouTube, and converted to an audio recording. Video can be found at: https://youtube.com/findingyourfreestyleSince August, I've begun to offer monthly support for the movers that FYF connects with; in the form of advice, practical suggestions, and intuitive co…
 
This audio is pulled from our video posted on Youtube!Hey guys! So, tapping into the spaces around this Full Moon I was feeling so much contrast to the general “vibe” this month in our movement, so here is a little addendum considering the new energies. As with any reading, take what resonates - and leave the rest! A few things here:- RIDE THE AVAI…
 
Here is OCTOBER's Movement Reading!Since August, I've begun to offer monthly support for the movers that FYF connects with; in the form of advice, practical suggestions, and intuitive commentary on movement-focused energies that I intuitively felt coming up for the current month. As always with any reading this is simply offered up to catalyze your…
 
Just like Season 1, Season 2 comes to a conclusion with interviews with the 4 co-founders of The Neighboring Movement: Catherine & Matthew Johnson and Ashley and Adam Barlow-Thompson. It is a joyful reflection on the second season and a glimpse into season 3. With plenty of burns along the way! Ashley and Catherine have listened closely to every ep…
 
Welcome to Episode 16, the first international episode of The Neighbor Next Door! For this episode, Jonathan Massimi, a supervisor of community centers in Kitchener, Ontario, joined hosts Adam and Matt on the front porch via Zoom. Jonathan is an expert in Asset-Based Community Development, or ABCD, and has a ton of experience utilizing, and helping…
 
It's party time! In this episode, Vistapher joins Matt on the front porch to bring us the "bread and butter" of neighboring tips: Host a block party! This episode, like our other neighboring tip episodes, presents a simple experiment for connecting with your neighbors. We hope you not only enjoy listening to this tip but also experiment with hostin…
 
This week, we present the second part of our interview with Rev. Mike Mather, the person who inspired us to utilize an asset-based approach in our work. We split the incredible conversation into two episodes and encourage listening to the first episode before this second one. In the last episode, Mike outlined both his shift and his church's shift …
 
We interrupt this podcast, to INSERT, our new, monthly Movement Readings!Since August, I've begun to offer monthly support for the movers that FYF connects with; in the form of advice, practical suggestions, and intuitive commentary on movement-focused energies that I intuitively felt coming up for the current month. As always with any reading this…
 
Thank you for tuning in to our ninth episode of our series: The Freestyle Approach Podcast, from Finding Your Freestyle® with Tracee Kafer.This episode is a somatic deep dive. Join myself and Laure, as we discuss her work with Family Constallations, "holding space", healing, body-centered awareness, and so much more!#thefreestyleapproach inspires t…
 
For Episode 13, hosts Adam and Matt interview the person who inspired us to utilize an asset-based approach in our work: Rev. Mike Mather. The conversation was amazing, so we split the interview into two episodes, and this is the first of those episodes. Mike is a pastor at Broadway United Methodist Church in Indianapolis, Indiana, and both he and …
 
Adam and Matt return to the front porch for the second segment of a two-part episode on challenges in neighboring. This week, they're discussing what seems to be one of the hardest subjects to talk about with neighbors: politics. Do you have a neighbor with a very different political stance than you and who is very vocal about it? If so, how does t…
 
Let's be real: neighboring is not always easy conversations and healthy relationships. This week, hosts Adam and Matt sit down on the front porch to present the first segment of a two-part episode on challenges in neighboring. In practicing neighboring, we realize that certain challenges can arise - they most certainly have for us. In this episode,…
 
Episode 10 has arrived with our second neighboring tip of Season 2: Plant a garden in your FRONT yard! Per usual, Vistapher joined Matt on the front porch to present the tip and talk a little more about the practice - in this case, front-yard gardening. They first discuss the importance of both visibility and availability in neighboring before talk…
 
Welcome to Episode 9! A few episodes ago, hosts Adam and Matt discussed the topic of social capital. In this episode, they return to the front porch to revisit the concept but this time through a different metaphor: social fabric. We received a lot of fantastic feedback on the social capital episode, but recently, we have started using the term "so…
 
Things are getting personal in Episode 8, as hosts Adam and Matt are joined on the front porch by Matt's mom, Glenna Wong. Glenna is both the sweetest of moms and an incredible neighbor, so while in town for a visit, we invited her to join us on the front porch for an interview. Glenna started her neighboring adventures by simply taking her pug on …
 
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