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best, c. is a new podcast project from Concordia's Ethnography Lab promoting graduate student research. Host/Producer: John Bryans Creative Producer: Anne-Marie Turcotte Sound Producer: Kris Millett Production Assistants: Adam van Sertima, Pauline Hoebanx, Juan Pablo Neri, John Deidouss
 
The Concordia Irish Studies Podcast highlights the annual lecture series of the School of Irish Studies at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. Join us as we hear from engaging writers, academics, politicians, and public intellectuals from Ireland, and from the diaspora. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Soundcloud, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. For more information, contact irishstudiespodcast@gmail.com
 
"EuCuE" - Electroacoustique Concordia University Electroacoustics, Concordia University Music Department, Faculty of Fine Arts, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Most of these concerts are held in the Oscar Peterson Concert Hall on the Loyola Campus in Montreal. The listening area is focused upon the 60 seats in the centre of the 600 seat hall. The multi-speaker array consists of a minimum of 8 speakers in a near-equidistant surround pattern of either "Shoebox" or "Double-Diamond". Additional low fr ...
 
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Rev. Dr. Reed Lessing joins the podcast to talk with us about the book of Zechariah. He shares that the book of Zechariah is virtually unknown in the church today. He's going to explain to us why that is. And we think after you're done listening to this chat, you'll be really excited to dig into Zechariah. Learn more about Zechariah - Concordia Com…
 
Description Did you get my email? Oh! That was in the email that Bob sent last week? Can you send me an email about that? Email, Email, Email What would we do without email? But is email making us dumber, less efficient and poorer collaborators? In today’s podcast, we will delve down the email rabbit hole and discuss what we have learned from this …
 
Description Hey, if you’ve been with us since the beginning that means you have been listening to us drone on and on for eight whole years. We finally honor your stubbornness by addressing some fascinating applications of … drones. This week, NASA scientists flew the first drone on Mars. This amazing technology has changed the way we look at flight…
 
Reflections on Being Decolonial in a Digital World (Part 2)Guest Speaker(s): Napatsi and ConnieThis episode features the DPPH members and guest speakers Napatsi and Connie sharing their reflections on being decolonial in a digital world amid the COVID pandemic. The group share their lived experiences with race, pedagogy, and colonialism as they asp…
 
What does a welcoming home or a welcoming family look like? What woul you do if you found out that Jesus was coming to your home? Today on the podcast we talk about the spirit of hospitlatiy with Rev. Brian Davies and how we can be welcoming to others. Learn more about Connected to Christ: Overcoming Isolation through Community and download the ser…
 
In this episode, we talk with Gene Edward Veith. He talks to us about the centrality of the Cross to our faith, how he discovered Lutheranism, what has been significant for his growth in faith, and much more. The Spirituality of the Cross: Third Edition is packed with updates that address questions of Christianity in today’s world. Learn how Luther…
 
Do your daily activities reflect what had true value to you? Join us in our conversation with Christina Hergenrader as she shares 4 habits to replace spiritual dehydration with true refreshment. Learn more about Inspired Connect with Christina Connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.
 
Description Hey, if you’ve been with us since the beginning that means you have been listening to us drone on and on for eight whole years. We finally honor your stubbornness by addressing some fascinating applications of … drones. This week, NASA scientists flew the first drone on Mars. This amazing technology has changed the way we look at flight…
 
Today we are joined by Dr. Mark Koschmann, Fiechtner Chair in Christian Outreach and Assistant Professor of Theology and Missiology at Concordia University—St. Paul. We get his perspective on the current events going on in Minneapolis, MN and around the country dealing with social inequality, race relations, and injustice. For more information on D…
 
Today on the podcast we talk with Rev. Dr. Pete Jurchen. He shares some tips and strategies with us for how we can help encourage healthy faith habits in our young people. For more from Dr. Jurchen on lifelong learning of God’s Word, consider reading Timeless Truth: An Essential Guide for Teaching the Faith. For more on the importance of building a…
 
Reflections on Being Decolonial in a Digital WorldGuest Speaker(s): Napatsi and ConnieThis episode features the DPPH members and guest speakers Napatsi and Connie sharing their reflections on being decolonial in a digital world amid the COVID pandemic. The group share their lived experiences with race, pedagogy, and colonialism as they aspire to cr…
 
Rev. Mark Kiessling, Director of Youth Ministry at the Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod, joins us to share what research shows to be effective for raising children in the faith. Learn more about the research shared in this podcast in Relationships Count. Read more about living together as family the way God intended, including Mark's article, in the…
 
Join us for a conversation with Peter Reske, Senior Editor of Music/Worship at Concordia Publishing House, as we talk about the stories and history of some well loved Easter Hymns. Learn more the Lutheran Service Book and the Companion to the Hymns . Connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.…
 
Original broadcast date: October 31, 2020. When you are feeling isolated, where can you turn? In this episode, Brian Davies shares the ways that we can overcome feelings of loneliness and isolation through the community God provides for each of us in His Church. Learn more about Brian's book Connected to Christ: Overcoming Isolation through Communi…
 
In this episode, Heidi Goehmann and Rachel Taube join us to talk about Mental Health First Aid and how it can help us in our faith communities. Learn more about Mental Health First Aid. Heidi Goehmann is a licensed clinical social worker, author, and theologian. She presents and advocates in both the sacred and secular communities around the topics…
 
Today on the podcast we're going to be talking about higher education, specifically Lutheran Christian higher education, with Rev. Dr. Brian Friedrich, president of Concordia University St. Paul. Learn more about Concordia University St. Paul Connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.
 
Join us as we speak with Heidi Goehmann, author, licensed clinical social worker, mental health care provider, and deaconess, as we talk about naming and moving through our brokenness, and discovering how Jesus Christ is our ultimate hope—even in the broken mess. Learn more about Heidi's book, Finding Hope Connect with Heidi Connect with us on Face…
 
Podcast Video: https://youtu.be/aVnCyeZhZBw Description We get up in the morning, check our weather app, check our Facebook, check Instagram, check the top news feeds pushed to us on our mobile device, and scroll through the dozens of notifications we received over night. The volume of information that our technology pushes to us is greater than ev…
 
Podcast Video: https://youtu.be/aVnCyeZhZBw Description We get up in the morning, check our weather app, check our Facebook, check Instagram, check the top news feeds pushed to us on our mobile device, and scroll through the dozens of notifications we received over night. The volume of information that our technology pushes to us is greater than ev…
 
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