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Presented here are our recordings of Bill Cavanaugh’s talks from the Ekklesia Project Gathering at DePaul University on 10 July 2009.  This talk was related to his recent book Being Consumed (Click here for our review), but more specifically focused on the present economic crisis, which hit hardest after the book was released.  Cavanaugh does a superb job at getting to the heart of why the American economy crashed and lays out much to think about as the Body of Christ discerns what economic faithfulness looks like.

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We are pleased to present an audio recording of Ragan Sutterfield’s talk, “Farming as a Spiritual Discipline”, given at the “Godspeed the Plough” conference last November.

The recording of this talk is split into three parts.  We featured the first part two weeks ago and the second part last week (check them out, if you missed them).  Today, we bring you the third and final installment of this talk.

Ragan Sutterfield is a farmer and writer from Little Rock, Arkansas, who has written for a number of diverse publications including Paste, Gourmet, Men’s Journal and The Christian Century.

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We are pleased to present an audio recording of Ragan Sutterfield’s talk, “Farming as a Spiritual Discipline”, given at the “Godspeed the Plough” conference last November.

The recording of this talk is split into three parts.  We featured the first part last week (check it out, if you missed it) and will upload the final part next Tuesday.

Ragan Sutterfield is a farmer and writer from Little Rock, Arkansas, who has written for a number of diverse publications including Paste, Gourmet, Men’s Journal and .

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We are pleased to present an audio recording of Ragan Sutterfield’s talk, “Farming as a Spiritual Discipline”, given at the “Godspeed the Plough” conference last November.

The recording of this talk is split into three parts and we will upload one part a week each Tuesday for the next three weeks.

Ragan Sutterfield is a farmer and writer from Little Rock, Arkansas, who has written for a number of diverse publications including Paste, Gourmet, Men’s Journal and .

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We’re again going to split the podcast into two segments.  The first segment will be a news alamanac and the second will feature an excerpt from the audio archives of Doulos Christou Books.

Overview of Segment #1 – News Almanac

  • 15th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide
  • Holy week
  • Gerard Manley Hopkins’ poem: “Easter Communion”
  • New Books to Watch for
  • Upcoming Events

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Other books mentioned:

  • Catherine Larson: As We Forgive: Stories of Reconciliation from Rwanda
  • Can Poetry Save the Earth?  A Field Guide to Nature Poems
  • Will Samson: Enough: Contentment in An Age of Excess
  • Lisa Samson: The Passion of Mary Margaret (A Novel)
  • Walter Brueggemann: Divine Presence Amid Violence
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    We have raised the levels so that John McKnight's talk is easier to listen to...]

    From the Audio Archives of Doulos Christou Books, we are offering you today a very special presentation, a recording of John McKnight’s talk on Ivan Illich’s life and work, given just last night at Broadway United Methodist Church here in Indianapolis!  Includes two excellent poems by Mari Evans!

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    We’re delaying the podcast that should have ran this week, until next week — Holy Week — at which time we will reflect on Holy Week and Easter.

    Instead, I offer you today, an excellent recording of Michael Budde, professor of political science at DePaul University, speaking on the complexities that the church faces with regard to immigration.  (This recording was made at a gathering on immigration, hosted by our friends Grace Fellowship Community Church in San Francisco…)

     


    OK… so once again, we’re a day behind on getting this podcast out…

    This time we’re going to try splitting the podcast into two segments.  The first segment will be a news alamanac and the second will feature an excerpt from the audio archives of Doulos Christou Books.

    Overview of Segment #1 – News Almanac

    • St. Patrick’s Breastplate
    • Two weeks of the Church’s History
    • New Books to Watch for
    • Upcoming Events (Including a very special announcement!)

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    From the audio archives of Doulos Christou Books, here is Part 2 of Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove’s talk “The Monastic Impulse and the God Movement in America” from the 2007 conference “Inhabiting the Church.”

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    Ok, so this was supposed to come out yesterday, but a host of complications conspired against that.  Let’s just say that this first podcast has been a technological learning experience.  Things hopefully will be smoother next time around…

    This is part of a new feature that we are calling multimedia Tuesdays.  One week we will post a podcast, the next week a relevant video, and then we’ll repeat this 2  week cycle.  Let us know what you think as things unfold here…

     

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