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Branching Out is a weekly podcast expanding on the stories published in the Acorn Newspapers. Reporters and editors will discuss the impact of the stories they report and delve deeper into the issues affecting their communities.The Acorn Newspapers cover the communities of Calabasas, Agoura Hills, Westlake Village, Thousand Oaks, Camarillo, Simi Valley and Moorpark.
 
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Matt Corman is a professional recording artist who has developed an immense social media presence totaling in over 10 million impressions. Generated a loyal audience of over 100 thousand monthly listeners and totaling 6 million streams. Matt has toured as a supporting act for artists; Post Malone, Fetty Wap, Aaron Carter and Sammy Adams. He was also the first alumni in history to perform at SNHU's Fall Concert (3,000 attendees). He quit his corporate 9-5 and is now a full time entrepreneur a ...
 
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As a supplement to our series called This Is Anthem, we wanted to share brief conversations about how we can take steps towards living our lives on mission. This week, Matt Larson has a conversation with Adam Schaechterle about fasting and hearing the voice of God. We hope you enjoy it! To get these episodes delivered automatically, be sure to down…
 
In honor of Earth Day this month, the Branching Out team is joined by Kat Selm, a member of the recently formed Conejo Climate Coalition, a group of environmentally-minded residents trying to provoke change at the local level. For more information on the Conejo Climate Coalition: conejoclimate.org Facebook Twitter For information on Thousand Oaks E…
 
Ian and Kyle return just in time to check in with Acorn sports editor Eliav Appelbaum about one of most unusual high school sports seasons on record; plus, which former prep star just broke a 35-year-old collegiate record? Lastly, Kyle chats with leaders of the Ventura County Community College District—including Chancellor Greg Gillespie—about how …
 
Why is it called "Good Friday" if it is the time we remember Jesus dying on the cross? In this service, which we revisit from last year, Pastor Jack answers that question and explains why we can be filled with joy, even during such a somber occasion. The service ends with a special time of communion that can be enjoyed with your family.…
 
One day in the spring of 1986, a woman in Hot Springs, Arkansas named Ruth Coker Burks was visiting a friend in the hospital. She noticed a door down the hall that had a red tarp over it, and the nurses were avoiding the room. So she decided to sneak in. This Is Love is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX. If you haven’t already, please follow th…
 
Reporter Dawn Megli spotlights the prevalence of human trafficking in Ventura County and efforts being made to rescue and support its victims. Interviews include Shannon Sergey, CEO of Forever Found, a Simi Valley-based nonprofit that seeks to prevent, rescue and restore child trafficking victims; and Stacy DeWitt, founder of James Storehouse, a Ne…
 
This week we started our series on the book of John. Matt Larson preached on the first three verses, where John is giving us a new understanding of creation. That in the beginning, Jesus was there, creating because He is God. John’s purpose for writing his gospel is so that those who read would believe that Jesus is the Christ and by believing woul…
 
The people of Jerusalem were almost beyond containment emotionally as the Messiah road into their city--and who wouldn't be! For centuries the Jewish prophets had announced the future coming of the Messiah who would deliver the people from sin. Of course, they didn't quite grasp the spiritual nature of the Messiah's work, but they had been preparin…
 
Reporter Monique Abrahamsen speaks with Kattya Birvette-Ortega and Linda Quiquivix of Abundant Table, a non-profit, organic farm based in Camarillo. Their conversation, recorded in one of the farm's fields, covers the organization's emphasis on growing food sustainably, educating the community and access to healthy food. Find Abundant Table online:…
 
As a supplement to our series called This Is Anthem, we wanted to share brief conversations about how we can take steps towards living our lives on mission. This week, Matt Larson has a conversation with Luke Salzarulo about his living a life of generosity. We hope you enjoy it! To get these episodes delivered automatically, be sure to download the…
 
Thousand Oaks Acorn reporter Becca Whitnall speaks with Joan Aruajo, who is in charge of Ventura County's vaccination site at the Ventura County fairgrounds. They talk about what residents can expect when they make an appointment and how the county is handling the vaccination process. Then she speaks to Katherine Kricorian, a Santa Susana High Scho…
 
As a supplement to our series called This Is Anthem, we wanted to share brief conversations about how we can take steps towards living our lives on mission. This week, Matt Larson has a conversation with Garrison Wash about his journey of church planting. We hope you enjoy it! To get these episodes delivered automatically, be sure to download the A…
 
It's part two of Women’s History Month and The Acorn's female editorial staff are taking over Branching Out for the next five weeks. (Kyle and Ian will be back behind the mics in April.) Simi Valley Acorn reporter Melissa Simon sits down with Simi Valley City Councilmember Elaine Litster for a discussion of how Litster balances her civic responsibi…
 
This Sunday, Phil Zuch taught a second message on our value of multiplication. We are all called to imitate Jesus and to teach others to do the same. If we want to be imitators of Jesus, then we need to be with Jesus, learn his teachings, know that we can be like him, and carry out his good work and bring his kingdom reality to this earth.…
 
Every Christian that has given their life to the Lord is called by God to share the gospel and make disciples throughout the world. It was true when Christ walked the earth and it's still true today. We need to take the gospel to the streets and be actively involved in the work that God has prepared for us to complete.…
 
As a supplement to our series called This Is Anthem, we wanted to share brief conversations about how we can take steps towards living our lives on mission. This week, Matt Larson has a conversation with Matt Jarjour. We hope you enjoy it! To get these episodes delivered automatically, be sure to download the Anthem Thousand Oaks mobile app, or sub…
 
It's Women’s History Month and The Acorn's female editorial staff are taking over Branching Out for the next five weeks. (Kyle and Ian will be back behind the mics in April.) Beyond the Acorn editor Allison Montroy hosts this week's episode with an interview with Laura Allen and Dana Miller, two of the nation's first female Eagle Scouts. The Simi V…
 
This week, Matt Larson preached through our value of multiplication and took us through the book of Acts, showing how the church multiplied from a few disciples in the upper room to spreading throughout the world.Value statement: We believe God’s story is a multiplying story, so… we reproduce disciples, leaders, and churches into the nations, even …
 
Life proceeds all other liberties, for without life no other liberties matter. God is just and His justice is awakened by the cries of the Innocents:"""“A cry was heard in Ramah—weeping and great mourning.Rachel weeps for her children,refusing to be comforted,for they are dead.”""" (Matthew 2:18)The prophets trembled at the prospect of God's impend…
 
As a supplement to our series called This Is Anthem, we wanted to share brief conversations about how we can take steps towards living our lives on mission. This week, Matt and Kristen Larson have a conversation with Anna Pierce. We hope you enjoy it! To get these episodes delivered automatically, be sure to subscribe to this feed.…
 
Signs the coronavirus is releasing its grip on Southern California are everywhere: Sports are returning, schools are on the brink of reopening and, most importantly, the case rate continues to fall precipitously. The Branching Out crew strike a positive tone about the current state of COVID-19 locally and look at what activities could be resuming n…
 
As a supplement to our series called This Is Anthem, we wanted to share brief conversations about how we can take steps towards living our lives on mission. This week, Matt Larson has a conversation with Drew Blaisdell. We hope you enjoy it! To get these episodes delivered automatically, be sure to subscribe to this feed.…
 
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