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Best Oregon City podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Oregon City podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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City Journal's 10 Blocks, a weekly podcast hosted by editor Brian C. Anderson, features discussions on urban policy and culture with City Journal editors, contributors, and special guests. Forthcoming episodes will be devoted to topics such as: predictive policing, the Bronx renaissance, reform of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, homelessness in Portland, Oregon, and more. City Journal is a quarterly print and regular online magazine published by the Manhattan Institute.
 
Formerly the home of the City Bible Church podcast. We invite you listen to these messages from Mannahouse. We believe they will encourage you, challenge you, and help you learn how to live in this journey. Mannahouse is a multi-campus church in Portland, Oregon. Join us every week at any of our campuses or online at live.mannahouse.church
 
Raw and uncensored monologues and conversations about race relations, the ins and outs of the unique perspectives of a black woman Whois FROM the Pacific North West, (Rare!) specifically from the predominately white state and“ SUPER” white city of Eugene, Oregon. Be a fly on the wall...listen as this Black woman works through what I see, feel, talk and think about on a daily. Sometimes Uncomfortable convos in comfortable spaces.
 
Every Wednesday on the Hippie Haven podcast, learn how to live harmoniously with yourself, others & the planet. We talk about all things hippie, including eating vegan, reducing your trash, starting an ethical business, eco-activism, gardening, beekeeping, tiny house living, and so much more. The Hippie Haven Podcast is hosted by Callee - a zero waste activist & entrepreneur. Formerly a translator for the US Navy, Callee was honorably discharged as a conscientious objector in 2017 following ...
 
Welcome to the Life Change Church podcast. Here you will find sermons from our Sunday morning and Wednesday night services. We are located on the beautiful Oregon Coast in the city of Coos Bay. At Life Change Church you will find a welcoming and caring group of people from many walks of life. Our goal is to be a safe place for people to seek and find God. We are real people with real issues and a very real God that wants to help. We offer relevant teaching from the Word of God that will help ...
 
Rabbi Shneur Wilhelm is a well known lecturer and speaker. Born and raised in Portland, Oregon, he received his Rabbinical Ordination from the Rabbinical College of America. He has a teaching degree from the Menachem Education Foundation and has taught a wide spectrum of topics in Israel, Perth and Melbourne, Australia, and throughout New York City. Rabbi Shneur lives with his wife, Chaya, and their three children in Portland. LIKE us out on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/ChabadOR Your D ...
 
Michael Castner is a talk show host based in Portland, Oregon. He was the host of The Daily Wrap from the Wall Street Journal Radio Network. The program was broadcast daily from New York City and was heard coast to coast on nearly 100 radio stations. He was a host for E! Entertainment for 14 years, iHeart Radio, Bonneville's Nightside Project as well as Entercom Radio.
 
Brian Prawitz is the owner of BP Media Solutions, a marketing firm in Roseburg, Oregon. Brian spent 20 years in radio and loves sharing information through audio.Brian is involved in community activities and is also a Roseburg City Councilor. The information and opinions contained in these podcasts or those of Brian Prawitz, and do not reflect the opinions of other city councilors, the Roseburg City Council or Roseburg City Staff.
 
Scott spent nearly a decade in the pharmaceutical industry before leaving for full time ministry. After graduating from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary he and his wife moved from Texas to Baker City Oregon to plant Blue Mountain Baptist Church, where he currently serves as lead pastor. His passion is truly making disciples of Jesus.
 
ColinTalk is a bi-weekly podcast from Portland, Oregon, the City of Roses! Subscribe to our emailing list for notifications about Episodes and Announcements with your host, Colin Fracasso-Boone. Each episode features news, politics, quality interviews, engaging questions, technology, entertainment and more! Check us out on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, TuneIn, Stitcher, Instagram, Facebook & Twitter. Share with friends and family and write a review on Apple Podcasts to be featured on our webs ...
 
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Most Americans have a limited understanding of the history of segregation in the United States. While many are taught that segregation was as an institution of social control that dominated Southern society, economics, and politics from the late nineteenth century to the middle of the twentieth century, a much smaller proportion realize that Jim Cr…
 
Based on extensive field research in Turkey, Istanbul, Christopher Houston's new book Istanbul, City of the Fearless: Urban Activism, Coup D’Etat, and Memory in Turkey (University of California Press, 2020) explores social movements and the broader practices of civil society in Istanbul in the critical years before and after the 1980 military coup,…
 
In Victory on Earth or in Heaven: Mexico’s Religionero Rebellion (University of New Mexico Press, 2019), Brian A. Stauffer reconstructs the history of Mexico's forgotten "Religionero" rebellion of 1873-1877, an armed Catholic challenge to the government of Sebastián Lerdo de Tejada. An essentially grassroots movement--organized by indigenous, Afro-…
 
Most Americans have a limited understanding of the history of segregation in the United States. While many are taught that segregation was as an institution of social control that dominated Southern society, economics, and politics from the late nineteenth century to the middle of the twentieth century, a much smaller proportion realize that Jim Cr…
 
This week, in American Fork, Utah, when two brothers from a very interesting background get excommunicated from the local church, they form their own belief system. These beliefs include some VERY weird things, to say the least, including several people who God has apparently told them to murder, starting with some family members. This is only the …
 
Continuing this series during Holy Week, tracing the final days of Jesus, with help from book and series from Crossway and the Scripture text from the ESV Study Bible to attempt a harmon/chronology of the words and actions of Jesus in the final week of His pre-resurrection life. Video for each day included at the bottom of the reading. What happene…
 
Show rundown: Dishon Jackson: Cougar basketball picked up a commitment from a 4-star center, and that's not something WSU basketball usually does -- further validating the job Kyle Smith is doing as the head man in Pullman. CJ Elleby and the NBA Draft (25:00ish): Could WSU's leading player leave the team after his sophomore season? We're not so sur…
 
Whether you consider yourself a true conspiracy theorist or a diehard skeptic, you've definitely heard of chemtrails. True believers are certain that, unlike the contrails made by aircraft, chemtrails are insidious chemicals dispersions meant to poison unsuspecting, innocent civilians across the planet. The concept of chemtrails has been more or le…
 
Every Wednesday on the Hippie Haven podcast, learn how to live harmoniously with yourself, others & the planet. We talk about all things hippie, including eating vegan, reducing your trash, starting an ethical business, eco-activism, gardening, beekeeping, tiny house living, and so much more. My guest today is Ayana Young, a podcast and radio perso…
 
Virologist and investor Peter Kolchinsky joins Brian Anderson to discuss a coronavirus vaccine, the critical genetic differences between Covid-19 and the flu, and his proposals to reform the pharmaceutical industry. As millions of Americans approach a month of living under stay-at-home orders, scientific teams across the globe are racing to find a …
 
In his book Yoga in Modern Hinduism: Hariharānanda Āraṇya and Sāṃkhyayoga (Routledge, 2017), Knut A. Jacobsen examines the Kāpil Maṭh, a Sāṃkhyayoga institution emerging in the late nineteenth century Bengal. This movement (developing contemporaneously with modern yoga) is centered on the cave-dwelling renunciant yogin Hariharānanda Āraṇya. This bo…
 
North America is in the grips of a drug epidemic; with the introduction of fentanyl, the chances of a fatal overdose are greater than ever, prompting many to rethink the war on drugs. Public opinion has slowly begun to turn against prohibition, and policy-makers are finally beginning to look at addiction as a health issue as opposed to one for the …
 
In their new book, Steadfast Democrats: How Social Forces Shape Black Political Behavior (Princeton University Press, 2020), political scientists Ismail K. White and Chryl N. Laird explore the political behavior of African American voters in the United States and examine extensive data to determine how this particular group of voters have operated …
 
The Trail of Tears, during which the United States violently expelled thousands of Indigenous peoples from their ancestral homelands in the southeast, was anything but inevitable. Nor was it not the only manifestation of the federal government’s hotly debated Indian Removal policy of the 1830s. In his latest book Unworthy Republic: The Dispossessio…
 
The US population is estimated to grow by more than 110 million people by 2050, and much of this growth will take place where cities and their suburbs are expanding to meet the suburbs of neighboring cities, creating continuous urban megaregions. There are now at least a dozen megaregions in the US. If current trends continue unchanged, new constru…
 
The Trail of Tears, during which the United States violently expelled thousands of Indigenous peoples from their ancestral homelands in the southeast, was anything but inevitable. Nor was it not the only manifestation of the federal government’s hotly debated Indian Removal policy of the 1830s. In his latest book Unworthy Republic: The Dispossessio…
 
Continuing Holy Week from Tuesday … We’ve arrived at “Silent Wednesday,” noted as such because we’re not quite sure what Jesus said or all that He did on this middle day of Passion Week. It’s also known as “Spy Wednesday,” for this is when Judas conspired behind the scenes —like a spy or double-agent—with the religious leaders to betray the Savior-…
 
Of the many thousands who participated in the American and French revolutions in the late 18th century, only a handful played roles in both events. Among that select number were Thomas Jefferson and Gilbert du Motier, the Marquis de Lafayette, two men who enjoyed a friendship that stretched across five decades. In Revolutionary Brothers: Thomas Jef…
 
In the second half of the eighteenth century, as European imperial conflicts extended the domain of capitalist agriculture, warring African factions fed their captives to the transatlantic slave trade while masters struggled continuously to keep their restive slaves under the yoke. In this contentious atmosphere, a movement of enslaved West African…
 
In the second half of the eighteenth century, as European imperial conflicts extended the domain of capitalist agriculture, warring African factions fed their captives to the transatlantic slave trade while masters struggled continuously to keep their restive slaves under the yoke. In this contentious atmosphere, a movement of enslaved West African…
 
In her new book, West Germany and Israel: Foreign Relations, Domestic Politics and the Cold War (Cambridge University Press, 2019), Carole Fink examines the relationship between West Germany and Israel. By the late 1960s, West Germany and Israel were moving in almost opposite diplomatic directions in a political environment dominated by the Cold Wa…
 
Of the many thousands who participated in the American and French revolutions in the late 18th century, only a handful played roles in both events. Among that select number were Thomas Jefferson and Gilbert du Motier, the Marquis de Lafayette, two men who enjoyed a friendship that stretched across five decades. In Revolutionary Brothers: Thomas Jef…
 
Continuing Holy Week from Monday … Look to Christ In these uncertain times, believers can take solace in the unchanging nature of God toward us, His beloved children. Be reminded of the truth of the gospel and encourage others among you to do the same by downloading the free ebook The Final Days of Jesus: The Most Important Week of the Most Importa…
 
The Portland Police Bureau is dedicated to protecting and serving the people of Portland. We will continue to do so during this public health emergency. Due to the ever-changing situation, PPB continues to adapt and modify our procedures to limit exposure without interrupting the high level of service provided to our community.Transcript: https://w…
 
The fear of campus sexual assault has become an inextricable part of the college experience. Research has shown that by the time they graduate, as many as one in three women and almost one in six men will have been sexually assaulted. But why is sexual assault such a common feature of college life? And what can be done to prevent it? Drawing on the…
 
The opposing powers had already suffered casualties on a scale previously unimaginable by October 1914. On both the Western and Eastern fronts elaborate war plans lay in ruins and had been discarded in favour of desperate improvisation. In the West this soon resulted in the remorseless world of the trenches; in the East all eyes were focused on the…
 
We've grown to understand in the past few weeks how worlds can change in just a few days. Peter Fritzsche's new book Hitler's First Hundred Days: When Germans Embraced the Third Reich (Basic Books, 2020) is an extraordinary examination of how, in just a few months, Germans got used to living around, among, and, mostly, in unity with, Nazis. Fritzsc…
 
Look to Christ In these uncertain times, believers can take solace in the unchanging nature of God toward us, His beloved children. Be reminded of the truth of the gospel and encourage others among you to do the same by downloading the free ebook The Final Days of Jesus: The Most Important Week of the Most Important Person Who Ever Lived by Andreas…
 
From one of your favorite hosts, Ben Bowlin, comes an all new daily podcast, to bring you all the strange news happening in the world. Be sure to tune in all week to keep yourself up to date on the mysterious world around us! https://ihr.fm/3dGgB75 Since April Fools' Day was canceled, why not celebrate some of today's lesser known holidays and obse…
 
While in quarantine, we are all flexing our hobbies, and things that relax us, inbetween the bouts of when we are stressing, This episode is with Sociologist Ian Waller, who practices Astrology as I do. We are talking about the predictive nature of Astrology and what and how it is showing up around this Virus, for the next year. --- This episode is…
 
What do you turn to when you are afraid? In this sermon from Psalm 46, we see that in times of trouble, God is the only true source of protection, provision, and peace. He is our refuge and strength who cares for us and provides for all of our needs. May we look to our gracious and sovereign Lord for help and comfort in times of trouble! From our S…
 
Renew Kids, we have a special message for you on Palm Sunday. Our text this week is 1 Peter 1:13-25. The kids message seen or heard below is also written on pages two and three of this PDF document. The video teaching from Pastor Jeff is also shared here, along with song playlists for singing together. Scripture: 1st Peter 1:13-25 (NLT) Listen to k…
 
Renew Church family, Palm Sunday is a special day, remembering the triumphal entry of King Jesus, and longing for His soon return. (Come again soon, Lord Jesus!) Our text this week is 1 Peter 1:13-25. We’ve given some guidance to the head of each household and to all those who worship with the Renew family. Part of that plan for worship in homes is…
 
From one of your favorite hosts, Ben Bowlin, comes an all new daily podcast, to bring you all the strange news happening in the world. Be sure to tune in all week to keep yourself up to date on the mysterious world around us! https://ihr.fm/3dGgB75 A Florida gender reveal party went explosively wrong, studies show urine could be a fundamental mater…
 
If you were cut off from everything for 72 hours, what would you need to survive? If you found yourself in the middle of nowhere -- or if you needed to leave a dangerous place -- what would you carry with you? In this episode, your fellow Conspiracy Realists explore the essentials of the Bug Out Bag. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news…
 
Lane Windham, Associate Director of the Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and the Working Poor at Georgetown University, discusses her book, Knocking on Labor’s Door: Union Organizing in the 1970s and the Roots of a New Economic Divide (University of North Carolina Press, 2017), and why the 1970s should be seen as more than a moment of decline for t…
 
We needed more than 90 minutes just to go over the two biggest games in program history: the 1997 Apple Cup that catapulted WSU to the promised land in Pasadena. Part II of our MegaCast on the 1997 season examines the games, and what we remember from a wonderful 45 days of Cougars history. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoi…
 
Psychiatry has always aimed to peer deep into the human mind, daring to cast light on its darkest corners and untangle its thorniest knots, often invoking the latest medical science in doing so. But, as Owen Whooley’s sweeping new book tells us, peering deep into the human mind is, well, really hard. On the Heels of Ignorance: Psychiatry and the Po…
 
After the Second World War, an Australian diplomat was one of eight people to draft the U.N. Declaration of Human Rights. And in the years that followed, Australians of many different stripes—including activists fighting for Aboriginal rights and women’s rights, communists, and even anticommunists—invoked human rights in their respective political …
 
Arthur Asseraf’s Electric News in Colonial Algeria (Oxford University Press, 2019) examines the workings of the “news ecosystem” in Algeria from the 1880s to the beginning of the Second World War. The study of a society divided between a dominant (European) settler minority and an Algerian Muslim majority, the book tracks the development and impact…
 
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