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A homeless musician trying to get out the street of miami south beach. With only $9.23, cell phone, beat head phone, a bus pass and his Louis Vuitton wallet (which hes considering pawning since he basically doesn't have any money in the wallet). With just these items to his name eagered to make it in the music industry and get out the streets.
 
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In this podcast: 1. Alex McCartney, 2. Ensemble Carpe Diem, 3. Mediva, 4. Ernst Stolz, 5. Ralph Rousseau Meulenbroeks, 6. Pellingmans' Saraband, 7. Pellingmans' Saraband, 8. Wildcat Viols, 9. Trio Dafne, 10. Music for a Winter's Eve, 11. Dufay Collective, 12. Mediva, 13. Mediva, 14. Alex McCartney, 15. Ensemble Mirable, 16. Alison Crum and Roy Mark…
 
In this podcast: 1. Ralph Rousseau Meulenbroeks, 2. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 3. Ernst Stolz, 4. Wildcat Viols, 5. Poeticall Musicke, 6. Poeticall Musicke, 7. Trio Dafne, 8. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 9. Dufay Collective, 10. Dufay Collective, 11. Trio Dafne, 12. Poeticall Musicke, 13. Poeticall Musicke, 14. Pellingmans' Saraband, 15. Trio Dafne, …
 
In this podcast: 1. Alex McCartney, 2. Gilles Zimmermann, 3. Mediva, 4. Alex McCartney, 5. Wildcat Viols, 6. Poeticall Musicke, 7. Bach Collegium San Diego, 8. Ernst Stolz, 9. Ralph Rousseau Meulenbroeks, 10. Ernst Stolz, 11. Dufay Collective, 12. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 13. Dufay Collective, 14. Alex McCartney, 15. Ernst Stolz, 16. Ernst Stolz…
 
In this episode, host Rev. Alex Patchin McNeill is joined by MLP Board Member Rev. Lydia Tembo as they discuss Easter through the lens of discovery. What new thing do we discover through the Easter story? How do we care for one another as resurrected people?Episode originally recorded April 8, 2020.By Alex Patchin McNeill
 
In this seventh and final episode of a special mini-season of Abolitionist Lent Bible Study, Dr. Robyn Henderson-Espinoza, author of Activist Theology joins Rev. Alex Patchin McNeill to explore John 18:1-12 a portion of the Good Friday text, through the theme of faithfulness in the small things. As they examine closely Jesus' arrest in the Garden o…
 
In this episode, host Rev. Alex Patchin McNeill is joined by Myles Markham as they discuss the Passion Sunday text: Matthew 26:14-30 through the lens of Family and Betrayal. How do we deal with betrayal, when do we harm others, intentionally or not, and how do we respond when we do? How do we claim ourselves and find liberation when our families ar…
 
In this sixth and final episode of a special mini-season of Abolitionist Lent Bible Study, Rev. Amantha Barbee, pastor at Oakhurst Presbyterian Church in Decatur, GA, joins Rev. Alex Patchin McNeill to explore the Easter Sunday text John 20: 1-18 , through the theme of emptiness. Who stops to notice Mary weeping by the Tomb? What do her tears have …
 
In this episode from March 2020, Rev. Dr. Justin Sabia-Tanis, professor at United Theological Seminary and author of "Transgendered Ministry, Theology and Communities of Faith" joins Rev. Alex Patchin McNeill to discuss the Palm Sunday story in Matthew 21:1-11 through the theme of visibility. They explore how Pride, as an act of visibility, functio…
 
In the fifth episode of a special mini-season of Abolitionist Lent Bible Study, Samantha Davis, Founder and Executive Director of the Black Swan Academy, an organization empowering Black youth in Washington, DC, joins Rev. Alex Patchin McNeill to explore the Palm Sunday text of Mark 11:1-11, through the theme of unity. Where does Jesus' entrance in…
 
In this episode, Rev. Jess Cook, Program and Communications Manager at More Light Presbyterians joins Rev. Alex Patchin McNeill to discuss Ezekiel 37:1-14 through the theme of waiting. They explore how the dry bones the prophet Ezekiel invites us to face the depths of despair in order to find signs of hope and life. Where is God whispering to us to…
 
In the fourth episode of a special mini-season of Abolitionist Lent Bible Study, Rev. Shavon Starling-Louis, Pastor at Meadowlake Church, joins Rev. Alex Patchin McNeill to explore John 12:20-33, through the theme of life. What does Jesus' awareness of his own death have to teach us about living? What does life have to teach us about abolishing dea…
 
In the fourth episode of a special mini-season of Abolitionist Lent Bible Study, Rev. Shanea Leonard Associate for Gender and Racial Justice in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A), joins Rev. Alex Patchin McNeill to explore John 3:14-21, through the theme of condemnation. What does God's love show us about what is to be condemned? How is the work of ab…
 
In this third episode of a special mini-season of Abolitionist Lent Bible Study, Rev. Lindsey Anderson, Co-Pastor at Love Rising Lutheran Church in Detroit, MI, joins Rev. Alex Patchin McNeill to explore John 2:13-22, through the theme of anger. What do we do with a Messiah who shows emotions? How does the way we treat our bodies as a temple relate…
 
In this second episode of a special mini-season of Abolitionist Lent Bible Study, Daniel Williams, Minister for Spiritual Formation at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church and MLP Board member, joins Rev. Alex Patchin McNeill to explore Genesis Genesis 17:1-7,15-16 (the story of God's renaming Abram to Abraham and Sarai to Sarah), through the theme of …
 
In this first episode of a special mini-season of Abolitionist Lent Bible Study, Rev. Emily Brewer, Executive Director of Presbyterian Peace Fellowship, joins Rev. Alex Patchin McNeill to explore Genesis 9:8-17 (the story of God's covenant with Noah and all the earth following the flood), through the theme of promise. How does God's promise enable …
 
In this episode, Alex Patchin McNeill, and Rev. Dr. Derrick McQueen, pastor at St. James Presbyterian Church in Harlem, attend to the Easter story of the women at Jesus' tomb. Together they wonder whether the women at the tomb were afraid or was it amazement and in awe of what had happened. What awakens in us when we understand resistance as the pl…
 
In this episode Alex Patchin McNeill, and Rev. Shawna Bowman, pastor at Friendship Presbyterian Church in Chicago, explore Good Friday through the theme of failure. They wrestle with the intimacy of relationships in this story of betrayal, how decisions borne of fear accelerate failure, and whether our tenderness with others is actually a possible …
 
In this episode Alex Patchin McNeill, and Rev. Jasmine Beach-Ferrara, Executive Director at Campaign for Southern Equality, discuss Jesus' protest parade into Jerusalem for Palm Sunday through the theme of joy. They explore the queerness of political theatre, examine the work of resistance while living in your own Jerusalem, and liberation as an ac…
 
In this episode, Alex Patchin McNeill and Dr. Robyn Henderson Espinoza, Director of Public Theology Initiatives at Faith Matters Network, and activist theologian, reflect on a part of Paul's letter to Corinthians naming "God's foolishness is wiser than human wisdom" through the theme of wisdom. They explore resistance to empire as a willingness to …
 
In this episode Alex Patchin McNeill and Rev. Cedric Harmon, Executive Director of Many Voices: A Black Church Movement for Gay and Transgender Justice, discuss the story of the raising of Lazarus through the theme of hopelessness. Together they explore practices to transform hopelessness and our call to resist the demand of go, go go. Liberation i…
 
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