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VC Sermons is a video podcast featuring recordings of the sermons at Valley Creek Baptist Church.
Tales of classic scandals, scoundrels and scourges told through vintage newspaper accounts from the golden age of yellow journalism
Trey Van Camp is the pastor of Passion Creek Church. He planted Passion Creek in 2016 in the East Valley of Phoenix, AZ and is known for being a vlogger on YouTube. This podcast consists of his sermons, workshops, Q&As, and more. Jesus offers you a better way to life and a better way to lead. By God's grace, this podcast will remind you of exactly that.
Weekend messages from South Hills Baptist Church in Queen Creek, Arizona. For more information, visit southhillsbaptist.church or follow along on social media at @southillsAZ.
Daybreak North connects, challenges and champions Northern British Columbia. Host Carolina de Ryk presents memorable interviews and original journalism from Prince George to Prince Rupert, Haida Gwaii to the Robson Valley, and the Cariboo to the Peace and Fort Nelson.
Here we discuss where the real estate market is going each month. If you live in the following Arizona cities you won't want to miss these! Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Phoenix, Arcadia, Glendale, Peoria, Goodyear, Queen Creek, Mesa, Gilbert, Tempe, and Chandler.
Movies! Music! Celebrities embarrassing themselves! KEEP IT has it all. Each week, Ira Madison III, Louis Virtel, and Aida Osman are joined by comedians, journalists, actors, musicians, activists, politicians and more to discuss the latest ways pop culture and entertainment are intersecting with politics and society. New episodes drop every Wednesday.
Close to Eugene, Oregon in the Southern Willamette valley and nestled in the trees beside a bubbling brook sits a beautiful old church that dates back close to a century. Recently we have acquired the ability to record our sermons so we are very excited to share our messages with all those with internet capability. We have a small church feel with a big heart love that we hope to use to communicate a gospel message centered in Jesus and practically applied to our lives.
Moving Radio focuses on Albertan, Canadian, and independent cinema. Join host/producer Christian Zyp and contributors Lindsey Campbell & Mark Davies monthly for entertaining interviews, film reviews, and anything else silver screen related.
Building culture one idea at a time.
“Bookreporter Talks To” is a podcast from The Book Report Network where we host in-depth conversations with authors about the books that we love. We know authors cannot travel everywhere, so we want to bring them to you, wherever YOU may be.
Join wannabe-wine-snobs Sandi and Dave for fun, light-hearted yet informative discussions about wine tasting, wine travel, wine education, winemakers and wine events! Broadcasting from the second largest wine producer in the United States, Washington State (and beyond)! Then go deep into the world of wine with in-depth storytelling and interview segments with wine industry professionals. Let's Decant this!
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A podcast designed for string and orchestra educators to learn from some of the best in the profession. Topics include string pedagogy, classroom management, program administration, assessment, current trends, and more. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/orchestrateacher/support
Real life touches EVERY person. You can be well known or unknown, one of means or one of no means, it doesn’t matter. Real life touches EVERY person. When you come to the place where it's plain that life is bigger than you, how you respond will either make you or break you. Here are two separate lives, both wrapped in desperation. Their next move m…
Samantha Demchak and Sue Miller of Meadow Creek Village Assisted Living in Salem join us to explain how an assisted living facility can be a home-like setting. In the right assisted living facility, residents are treated like family, and the staff provides a personal and caring touch. There are also many choices for food and activities. Also, small…
What is the Bible? How is it inspired? How should it be read? We cover that and more in today's Theology of the Gospel.By Trey Van Camp
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Our guest is Baron Robison, Executive Director of Kickin' Cancer. Baron joins us to share what it takes to outsmart cancer. His organization, Kickin’ Cancer, offers education and support for living an anti-cancer lifestyle. This is achieved through five core values: good social support, reduced stress, plenty of rest, understanding food and nutriti…
Joshua Henkin joins Carol Fitzgerald to discuss his new novel, Morningside Heights. As the author of four novels, Joshua also directs the MFA Fiction Writing program at Brooklyn College. In Morningside Heights, Pru Steiner falls in love with her Shakespeare professor, Spence. Marrying him means ending her ambition to make a name for herself in New …
A group of protesters prevented a cargo ship from Israel from docking in Prince Rupert this week, highlighting the global nature of the longstanding conflict in the Middle East. UBC adjunct professor Hani Faris discusses the current situation.
The United States is marking the end of slavery with a new national holiday. Danielle George of Black Lives Matter Vancouver discusses whether Canada should follow that lead.
Johanna Martens of KPAC has helped organize five days of events to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day.
Marilyn Janzenof Carrier Sekani Family Services is helping organize several days of ceremony at the former residential school site.
COVID shot incentives; Israeli-Palestinian relations; Eli Glasner reviews 'Luca'; Healing ceremony planned for former Lejac residential school site; Dad joke contest winner; Kiwanis Performing Arts Centre National Indigenous Day programming; Marking Juneteenth in Canada; On the Ledge panel on the latest in AstraZeneca and vaccine guidelines; Post-p…
Tanya Fletcher and Justine Hunter weigh in on the week's provincial politics.
Moving Radio correspondents Lindsey Blais and Mark Davies took over the show the show on CJSR FM 88.5 this month. They team up for an edition of "Thanks Telefilm" where Lindsey examines some of her favorite nationally funded films... The good, the bad and the ugly. Their focus is on 2017's DARKEN.By CJSR 88.5 FM
YESTERDAY’S NEWS -- Tales of classic scandals, scoundrels and scourges told through vintage newspaper accounts from the golden age of yellow journalism... The Reily Mattock Murder Episode 198 is centered on one of my favorite murder tropes, the so-called “eternal triangle,” between the cranky old farmer, his fading wife, and the handsome young farm…
Gil Graham has spent 40 years working in remote locations around B.C., but he's never encounterd a black bear intent on taking his life.
A hit to the face by a peregrine falcon inspired Bob Hayes to start writing fiction based on his years of work resarching and observing wild animals. He speaks to Carolina de Ryk from his home in Smithers.
He's a Juno-nominated aritst, an elder-in-residence and, soon, the holder of an honourary law degree for his work in bringing an Indigenous court system to Prince George. Marcel Gagnon of the Lheidli T'enneh First Nation speaks to CBC's Michael Juk about building his spiritual core during the pandemic.…
Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs Grand Chief Stewart Phillip speaks to Carolina de Ryk.
A national panel is focusing on Prince George as a case study for how artists can thrive in a smaller centre.
Resisting a return to workplaces; Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs intervening in wrongful arrest case; Counterfeit Orange shirts; Prince George as a cultural centre; Peace vaccine rates climbing, but still behind rest of province; Housing minister David Eby responds to Prince George homeless camps; Elder and artist Marcel Gagnon on building his spirit …
David Eby agrees that Prince George needs low-barrier housing options, but says permanent homeless camps are not a viable solution.
Zakiya Dalila Harris joins Carol Fitzgerald to discuss her debut novel, THE OTHER BLACK GIRL. Zakiya spent a few years working in the editorial department at Knopf/Doubleday. She left to write THE OTHER BLACK GIRL when the kernel of a story idea came to her, and it was too good to ignore. In THE OTHER BLACK GIRL, editorial assistant Nella Rogers, w…
The city of Prince George is shutting down homeless camps, but mayor Lyn Hall says it's up to BC Housing to provide solutions about where they should go.
Craig Lambert, author of 'Shadow Work' discusses the latest step towards automated jobs.
Work from home technology; Dr. Raj Bhardwaj on the Delta variant; Terrace Walmart eliminates cashiers; Nursing shortage in Tumbler Ridge; Valemount unveils new toilet; Women in hospitality; Muslim community in Prince George holds vigil for London victims; Prince George mayor Lyn Hall responds to calls for homeless camps.…
The CBC's Andrew Kurjata speaks to even organizer Fizza Rashid and Imam Salem Alhalabi.
A new strain of COVID-19 seems to be more infectious, and it's in Canada. Dr. Bhardwaj explains what we know so far.
The community is down to just one nurse in the ER, meaning people have to travel over an hour to get help after-hours.
Ira, Louis, and guest host Grace Parra discuss the end of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, celebrity tequila brands, In the Heights’ colorism critiques, Sinead O’Connor’s night with Prince, and Chrissy Teigen’s apologies for her past internet behavior. Plus, Keep It’s first guest, Rostam, returns to discuss his new album Changephobia, pop music, an…
What is the purpose of the church? What is the kingdom of God?In this session, I take my congregation through a theology of each. My video did not record so this session is not available on my YouTube channel.By Trey Van Camp
John 15:1-11The Contemplative Tradition makes space in the solitude to encounter the love of God.From our series, "A Kingdom of Tribes"By Trey Van Camp
Supply shortages in automotive manufacturing; Another resignation in the Canadian military; Fort Nelson's Phoenix Theatre on surviving the pandemic shutdown; Understanding vaccine hesitancy and how to combat it; Prince George cracking down on homeless camps; B.C. Jobs minsiter Ravi Kahlon on reopening the province; Method Dance Studio premiering vi…
It's been 100 years since B.C. opened its first liquor stores. Advocates for safe, regulated drugs say the model offers proof that criminalizing substances does more harm than good.
The city of Prince George has started issuing trespass notices to people sleeping in homeless camps and is introducing bylaws making it easier to arrest and fine them for open drug use, defecation and other 'nuisance' behaviour. But people in the camps say they have nowhere to go.
The Prince George studio's debut year was thrown off by the pandemic, but performers and forging ahead.
Dungeon master Austin Matheson is offering free lessons on how to get into the game at the Prince George Public Library.
Public opinion polls show that the more people get vaccinated, the fewer people are opposed to getting the shot themselves. Data scientist John Santos shares more insights.
The independent movie theatre in Fort Nelson has been closed for most of the pandemic, but with restrictions lifting it plans to re-open to customers soon.
The city of Prince George is handing out trespass and eviction notices in homeless camps on empty city lots. Gerry Healy of Together We Stand! says he has a group of volunteers ready to help set up and monitor a permanent encampment until more supportive housing is available.
When is a divorce not a divorce? For one, if your paralegal skips town with your money. Rosa Marchitelli will join us of one man who found this out the hard way.
The theatre has suffered major damage and it's unclear if the city will pay to repair it.
Bed and breakfast owner Susan Musgrave tells us about the possible return of tourists to the archipelago.
David Yarmish tells us about his concerns about the small community in the Robson Valley.
Angela Sterritt tells us what sort of information the government and Catholic church still refuses to release
A man trying to get divorced loses his money to paralegal and remains married; Residential school families still struggling to get church and government documents; Volunteers ask city to let them set up permanent homeless camp; Prince Rupert second dose clinics begin; Haida Gwaii reopening to tourisms but BC Ferry delays cause a hitch; Residents of…
God is always working. He often leads us to places and people who are blinded by spiritual darkness and bound by spiritual forces. Why would He do that? Discover both the compassion and the power of Christ as He intentionally moves to set free a man ridden with demons. Then ask yourself if your life and witness are just as powerful. Text: Mark 5:1-…
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