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Welcome to Paw'd Defiance, where we don't lecture but we do educate. This podcast comes to you from the University of Washington Tacoma. Our show is about more than campus. During each episode we'll highlight a different person, program, area of research or educational topic that is relevant not only to the university but also to the Greater Tacoma community and beyond.
 
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Defiance

Peter McCormack

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Defiance is a podcast which looks at some of the most critical issues of our time, from corruption and greed to human rights and freedom. Brought to you by Peter McCormack, Defiance is a combination of in-depth interviews and multi-part deep dives into the issues which affect all of us.
 
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The 133 foot schooner Adventuress has been to the Artic and was used by San Francisco Bar Pilots to transfer pilots to and from cargo vessels near the Farallon Islands. Today Adventuress is operated by the non-profit organization Sound Experience, as a platform for environmental education about the Puget Sound. In this episode we board the Adventur…
 
In this episode UW Tacoma student Ashley Young tells her story. Young struggled in high school. After graduation she attended community college for a year but eventually left school and moved to Florida. She got a job selling sport bikes. The 2008 financial crash lead Young to move back to Washington where she eventually decided to join the Air For…
 
Stop playing a religious part, and tend to your heart!7 Pitfalls to Avoid in the Pursuit of Spiritual Maturity 1. Checking the Box Instead of Checking Your Heart 2. Calculated Generosity while Neglecting Justice and Love3. Basking in the Limelight of Your Own Halo4. Making Purity about Avoidance, not Inner Life5. Using Scripture to Burden People, w…
 
The Tacoma-Pierce County Housing Justice Project provides free legal aid to low-income Pierce County residents who are facing eviction. In this episode we talk about the status of the eviction moratorium in Washington state. We also discuss the changes to state housing law. Among the changes, providing representation to tenants facing eviction as w…
 
Main idea: In our anxious busyness, the one thing necessary is to enjoy the presence and teaching of Jesus.I. The tension between the good and the better.II. Enjoying Jesus is the better portion.III. How to sit at the feet of Jesus when Jesus is seated at the right hand of the Father.저자 King's Cross Church
 
For the first time in 18 months, the UW Tacoma community gathered on campus as part of the annual back-to-school celebration called Convocation. In this episode we'll drop in on the event and hear from some of the speakers including new Chancellor Sheila Edwards Lange. We'll also listen as new and returning students talk about life during the pande…
 
Most of UW Tacoma's students, faculty and staff have been working, teaching and learning remotely for the past 18 months. In this episode we hear from the campus community as the university pivots back to an in-person model of instruction. Students, faculty and staff share their concerns as well as their hopes about returning to campus. They also d…
 
The Kingdom of God is advancing through word and power, and we are sent on the offensive.I. We are sent. II. We are sent to proclaim the Kingdom of God.III. We are sent with more urgency than we realize.IV. We are sent with more authority than we realize.V. Do it because you’re sent...and do it for joy!…
 
Main idea: Christ is building his church, and one way we join Him is by following His blueprint for leaders. I. Pastors/elders/overseers are to be recognized as the spiritual shepherds of the church. II. Deacons are servant-leaders recognized as those who serve willingly and facilitate ministry as leaders of teams.…
 
Main Idea: Pray in Faith, not FatalismI. When to pray in faith? (5:13-14)a. Pray when you're sufferingb. Pray when you're satisfiedc. Pray when you're sick2. How to pray in faith? (5:15-16a; 19-20)a. Pray with confidenceb. Pray with confessionc. Pray with community3. Why pray in faith? (5:16b-18)저자 King's Cross Church
 
Main Idea: Being patient is God's strength training program; the more we endure the weight of suffering, the stronger we become.I. Be patient for the sake of future expectation (5:7-8)II. Be patient for the sake of present relationships (5:9)III. Be patient for the sake of past examples (5:10-11)저자 King's Cross Church
 
Main Idea: We do what we do because we want what we want.I. There is a war on the outside because there's a war on the inside (4:1-5)II. The war is won through resistance and repentance (4:6-10)III. A ceasefire before God results in a ceasefire before others (4:11-12)저자 King's Cross Church
 
In this episode we talk about the role students play in getting people vaccinated against COVID-19. We also talk about what life has been like for healthcare professionals during the pandemic and how the healthcare field can address vaccine hesitancy. We're joined by Carol McFarland, Assistant Dean, Strategic and Community Partnerships at Seattle P…
 
UW Tacoma alumna Erica Myron has been crowned Ms. Wheelchair USA 2021-2022. In 2003 the then-20-year-old was shot four times. A bullet lodged in one of the vertebrae in her lower back and left her paralyzed from the waist down. Myron talks about her life and how competing in pageants helped her find her voice. Myron plans to spend her time as Ms. W…
 
UW Tacoma alumni Dana Malick and Lyndsey Conway work in the healthcare field at a time that is unparalleled in recent history. Malick recently completed her master of nursing and Conway received her degree about a year ago. Over the last few months Malick has been working at a vaccine clinic at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. Conway is a program …
 
A friend encouraged Jeffrey Bantay to come to a meeting of the Tacoma Community College student veteran's club. There Bantay met Thomas Di Giorgio. The two developed a bond. They regularly met at the small space reserved for the veteran's club. The space consisted of some chairs, a table and a communal microwave. Here Bantay and Di Giorgio got to t…
 
In this episode of the podcast we hear from three members of the Class of 2021. Rachel Moyer, Raelynne Woo and Dennis Adjetey talk about their time at UW Tacoma including how they've changed during their time on campus. We'll also hear messages of congratulations from friends, family and colleagues of the Class of 2021.…
 
Hoy en la cápsula, ayudando a las personas en el condado de Pierce a vacunarse con Emily López y Juana Gallegos. López y Gallegos son miembros del Grupo de Trabajo de Vacunas Husky. Hablaremos sobre la misión del grupo, incluidos sus esfuerzos para llegar a las comunidades de BIPOC, así como a aquellos que son reacios a vacunarse.…
 
A group of UW Tacoma Healthcare Leadership students is working to get Pierce County residents vaccinated. The students created the UWT Husky Vaccine Task Force. The group recruits volunteers to work at vaccine clinics and it's also doing outreach to different communities to raise awareness and provide information about the vaccines. In this episode…
 
In this episode we speak with Kathleen Shannon Dorcy about vaccines. Shannon Dorcy is an Associate Teaching Professor at UW Tacoma. She’s also the Director of Research, Education and Clinical Practice at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance as well as a staff scientist at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. Shannon Dorcy discusses how vaccines …
 
Main idea: Because of the Spirit, your potential to produce the fruit of Christlike character is beyond your own ability. I. What is the fruit of the Spirit? Gal 5:22-23II. The way to bear fruit is through crucifixion. Galatians 5:24III. The way to bear fruit is to keep in step with the Spirit. Galatians 5:25…
 
Main Idea: Within us is a civil war of desire, won by the Spirit when we walk with Him rather than follow our hearts. I. The Civil War of Desires, Galatians 5:16-17II. Two Ways to Wage War: By the Spirit or the Law, Galatians 5:18III. Assessing the Enemy Within, Galatians 5:19-21저자 King's Cross Church
 
There's a persistent myth that Japanese Americans willingly went along with the U.S. government policy during World War II. Frank Abe and Tamiko Nimura's new graphic novel "We Hereby Refuse: Japanese American Resistance to Wartime Incarceration" tells the real-life stories of Japanese Americans who pushed back against forced removal and relocation.…
 
No day is neutral. Be busy killing sin by the Spirit, or sin will be busy killing you.I. The penalty for sin has been paid and we owe the flesh nothing (Romans 8:12)II. The power of sin must be slayed and the Spirit comes with a sword (Romans 8:13)저자 King's Cross Church
 
I. What is praying in the Spirit?1. Praying in the Spirit is not praying in the flesh. 2. Praying in the Spirit is not praying intellectually or doctrinally. 3. Praying in the Spirit is not merely praying our lists. II. What is the value of praying in the Spirit?1.Praying in the Spirit builds us up in faith and in God’s love2. Prayer in the Spirit …
 
As part of Earth Day, we reached out to students, faculty and staff across all three University of Washington campuses. We specifically wanted to know about how the pandemic impacted their ability to be sustainable. We asked participants the same three questions. Their responses are both deeply personal, insightful and offer us a way to think about…
 
I. As a church, together, we ought to pursue being filled with the Spirit. II. We cannot manipulate the Spirit, but we can caught up in Him. III. We can be “not-full” of the Spirit, so we must seek to be filled. IV. The Spirit’s influence overflows in joyful praise and gratitude. V. Be grateful for the ordinary work of the Spirit, but long for the …
 
Naomi Wilson is a University of Washington alumna. She lives in Tacoma and works at the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department. Wilson is also Korean American. In this episode, she talks about the tragedy in Atlanta that left eight dead, including six women of Asian descent. Wilson discusses how Asian women are stereotyped in the media and how that…
 
UW Tacoma School of Education Dean Rachel Endo returns to the podcast for a follow-up discussion. Endo came on the show in June of 2020 to talk about anti-Asian and anti-Asian-American sentiment during the pandemic. In this episode, Endo talks about the mass shooting in Atlanta that killed eight, including six women of Asian descent. We also talk a…
 
UW Tacoma Professor Laura Feuerborn joins us about race, equity and K-12 education. Feuerborn researches social emotional learning. This model focuses on a student's individual needs, feelings and emotions while shifting away from a more punitive approach to school discipline which has historically lead to disproportionally higher rates of suspensi…
 
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