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Essential listening for upholsters and teachers alike, you'll hear an eclectic 'weaving together' of life and skills as we talk to some of the best upholsterers in our business and provide a forum for those new to our trade. We'll delve into a rich tapestry of fascinating stories, experiences, skills sharing, and general 'chitchat' on our virtual couch. Because a chat is always a good thing, right?! Hosted by Robbie Richardson, Master Upholsterer, it's 100% by upholsters, for upholsters. Eve ...
 
In October of 2011, 4 college students disappeared in the woods near Porter Township, Pennsylvania while researching a documentary on children’s author Jakob Stanley. Recently, their recordings appeared online. In an effort to aid in the investigation, the families of those missing have agreed to release the recovered sound files. ”Tell me a story: The True Life of Jakob Stanley” is a serialized, found-footage, biweekly horror podcast. /// The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are ...
 
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The Audiobooks.com Podcast | Let Us Tell You A Story

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The Audiobooks.com Podcast | Let Us Tell You A Story

The Real Brian and Addy Saucedo chatting with Authors, Narrators, and Audiobook Lovers

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Along with having over 60,000 audiobooks to choose from at Audiobooks.com, we now bring you a weekly show to give you the stories behind the books. Your hosts, The Real Brian and Addy, interview your favorite authors, narrators, audiobook lovers and keep you in the loop of what’s hot. Never miss an episode by subscribing to the show and download the free app at www.audiobooks.com/podcast today!
 
Host Kito Delgado chats with guests who share stories we all can relate to. They share lessons learned from past failures, provide best practices, and recommend resources that help them tell their story each and every day. Our mission is to provide listeners with the nudge they need to go all in on their ideas and dream. Meet a new main character every Sunday.
 
Inspiring interviews with writers, performers and creators of one-person shows. Also lots of How To advice to help demystify the seemingly daunting process of creating your own one person show so that you don't have to let fear stop you from telling your story.
 
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In today’s episode we hear the story of Abraham being commanded by the Scriptural God to sacrifice Isaac. This is a very famous story from the Bible and is used by various different people to make various different assertions about God and the Bible, but today you will hear from us not an assertion, not simply another manipulation of the Biblical s…
 
This week Alex and Chris discuss how streaming services have obliterated time in space for us all. How with our powerful remotes we can go anywhere in the entertainment verse. And for creatives, any win and the impact of that, is well worth noting. How is that useful to emerging writers, you might ask? Books, plays, songs and films reflect the soci…
 
This week we cover chapter 21 of Genesis. This is the story of Isaacs's birth and the surrounding events. Join us as we discuss the story and the overlooked but incredibly important detail which is Isaac's conception and birth seeming to happen without any involvement from Abraham. Intro and outro music Copyright © Holy Transfiguration Monastery, B…
 
As already discussed many times in this podcast, Abraham's story in the book of Genesis is anything but linear. For every move in obedience to God, there is a countermove in disobedience. We will see this play out for the final time in the Abraham cycle before his full character actualization in chapter 22. What is the point of all this? Precisely …
 
The HEROES just keep on coming. This week Chris and Alex do a time honored summer activities; talking about the movies they've seen this summer. And they are deep into the MCU Phase 4 film cavalcade, and what it may or may not prove to be. The boys share a few hot takes, interesting debates, and some overall fun. So dive on in folks. PS. I know we'…
 
Our ideologies are our downfall. We cannot use scripture to suit our desires and our ideological premises. We should not even come to scripture with our questions. We must only seek to hear what scripture is saying. Join us today as we attempt to do just that in light of historic sociological shifts in the United States.Intro and outro music Copyri…
 
In part one, educator Michele Pringle shares her insights and experience regarding the classroom in today's climate. (Originally recorded as a live podcast in May 2022.) We send our prayers to the victims in Uvalde, Texas, educators, students, and anyone in our educational system. You have our most profound respect and support. Prayers also go out …
 
Join us this week as we hear the pericope of Abraham's hospitality toward YHWH, his master. YHWH is identified in the appearance of three men- who are these three men? Three angels? Two angels and The LORD? Three shepherds? Is it even important? Come and see...Intro and outro music Copyright © Holy Transfiguration Monastery, Brookline, MA, used by …
 
In this interlude episode, I argue that the fundamental problem with "theology" is that it reduces scriptural faith into something that is to be "believed" rather than "lived out" in obedience to a command. Intro and outro music Copyright © Holy Transfiguration Monastery, Brookline, MA, used by permission. All rights reserved.…
 
Greetings Listeners: In this episode Alex, Chris, and special guest Elizabeth Sheehan take you on a more personal creative journey. Sometimes we learn the lasting lessons from our parents, teachers, or friends. Sometimes from a heralded master of the craft. And sometimes we learn how to be better creatives, from a talent who quietly gave their best…
 
In this episode, the topic is finding fulfillment in being our authentic selves. Do we find fulfillment in being our authentic selves? Or, in being our authentic selves, do we find fulfillment? I am on a quest to answer this question in my own life; perhaps you are too. Please share your thoughts at tellthestorypodcast@gmail.com. I look forward to …
 
Perhaps you’ve heard before that God has a sense of humor. Well, that is true but not in the way you might think. Often, if we say God has a sense of humor it is so that we can relate with God. We want him to be the father we didn’t have, the friend we need, the brother who will watch out for us, and if he has a good sense of humor, that makes him …
 
In this week's episode, the topic is persistence. As we go about our lives and things get chaotic, it is beneficial that we persist. The best way to persevere is through our relationship with God to get it all done. He is our best resource in accomplishing all things. Episode show notes: Philippians 4:13 Ephesians 3:20 Zechariah 4:6 James 1:2 I Cor…
 
Circumcision is probably the most controversial covenant in the entire scriptural story. From the onset of the common era, the implications of this covenant for the gentile world was the primary basis for the rift that would eventually split Pharisaical Judaism into two major groups, those of the Pauline persuasion which would evolve into Christian…
 
While Chris Ryan was on the road at a major writer’s conference, cohost Alex Simmons interviewed writer/creator Beau Smith. Beau has written for DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Image Comics, Eclipse Comics, Dreamwave Studios, Dark Horse Comics and many others. He’s written for major video game companies, and Beau’s the creator and owner of the hit TV ser…
 
Something that Rowdy and I have pressed many times throughout these podcasts is the fact that names not only have special meanings in the Hebrew text, they define the function of the characters bearing those names. In other words, the names offer critical context to the overall narrative and without a clear understanding of the names in the origina…
 
Today we will hear chapter 16 of Genesis. We are coming off of last weeks reading, chapter 15, when we heard of God’s first covenant with Abram where he promised to him to give his offspring the land of Canaan. Abram was promised peace and a great future for his children and in this chapter we will hear of Abram and Sarai’s quick backstep as they f…
 
This week Alex and Chris talk to promoter/activist, Beck Lee who is helping the Origin Theatre Company to bring the play "A Kid Like Rishi" to New York City. The play, written by Netherland's playwright, Kees Roorda, is a docudrama using court records to re-create the case of a controversial shooting of an unarmed 17-year-old black youth at the Hag…
 
If you’re familiar with St. Paul’s letter to the Galatians, the next few chapters of Genesis will be extremely familiar to you. This is because St. Paul almost exclusively sources his arguments on the content of these chapters. In essence the Pauline New Testament is simply reinforcing the correct reading of the Old Testament against the abuses of …
 
This week we are breaking from the recovered files of “Tell Me a Story: The True Life of Jakob Stanley” to share an episode of the 1985 investigative TV series “America Unanswered.” The show’s producers have granted us permission to re-air the program in the hopes that this episode entitled “Following The Light - Pennsylvania’s Croatoan,” will aid …
 
Picture this: you’re at a restaurant called Magnolia Southern Kitchen - a sought-after southern oasis plopped in the center of California - and your plate is overflowing with spicy jambalaya. It’s so exceptional you start to hope to meet the creator and chef - this Trace person you’ve been hearing about. You finally cross paths, and you’re expectin…
 
Or How a Young Filmmaker Produced A Western During A Pandemic. Alex and Chris speak with one of Alex's former screenwriting students, Breck Cuddy. Together our cohost explore the young filmmaker's first short film “Saving Grayson,” a multi character western he wrote and produced during the first year of Covid. Their discussion also cover his first …
 
We are breaking from the recovered files of “Tell Me a Story: The True Life of Jakob Stanley” to share a bonus episode of the 1985 investigative TV series “America Unanswered.” The show’s producers have granted us permission to re-air the program in the hopes that the episode entitled “Following The Light - Pennsylvania’s Croatoan,” will aid in the…
 
Have you ever walked 14 miles with 90 pounds of salt, traded it for 90 pounds of organic flour, and walked back home with it on your back? Los Angeles-based Italian/French/Argentinian restaurant Bianca is named after a baker who did just that - regularly. Her name was Bianca, and during World War II this Italian self-taught chef would source her in…
 
01. Be always with Christ, and trust God in everything02. Pray as you can, not as you think you must.03. Have a keepable rule of prayer, done by discipline.04. Say the Lord’s Prayer several times each day.05. Repeat a short prayer when your mind is not occupied.06. Make some prostrations when you pray.07. Eat good foods in moderation, and fast on f…
 
Alex and Chris remember a powerhouse artist and activist for the arts after the sad passing of Neal Adams. "Neal was an American comic book artist. He was the co-founder of the graphic design studio Continuity Associates; and was a creators-rights advocate who helped secure a pension and recognition for Superman creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuste…
 
Has your faith ever been tested? What was the outcome? Were you stronger? Did you have more confidence? Or, did you give up? When we have faith, it is going to be tested. That is how we grow through the endurance of our testing. During these periods, we are blessed to have God with us. Listen to the benefits of testing in this podcast episode. I ap…
 
In today’s episode we will read the rest of chapter 12 as well as chapter 13. This is the story of how Abram ignored God after walking according to his command and passed into the land that was promised to Abram’s offspring. Instead of staying and relying on God, he kept walking down to a land we can easily assume was more appealing than that which…
 
This week Alex and Chris talk about some of life's dark moments, scares, losses, and how we see them through our five senses. And then we discuss the importance of using those five senses when we create. And those with an acute sixth sense, tell us how you use that in your creative arts process. Have questions or comments for us? Post in the commen…
 
Thank you, Listeners!!! Because of you, Tell The Story: Journeys of Purpose reached a milestone of over 500 downloaded episodes. This podcast is the little engine that could. YEAH! I am grateful to God and all of you for this opportunity. I am here to serve in this capacity. This episode is for you! Abundant blessings!…
 
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