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This is a podcast featuring discipleship conversations between Jeremy Hoover and Steven Carrizal. We believe that discipleship, in its most simple form, is about following Jesus within the Kingdom vision of the biblical narrative. In these conversations, we reflect with more detail on that journey. Your co-hosts are Jeremy Hoover and Steven Carrizal. Jeremy is focused on a discipleship-oriented church plant in Sarnia, Ontario, and Steven concentrates on discipleship and spiritual formation i ...
 
The future of democracy is uncertain, but we are committed to its urgent renewal today. This podcast will draw on historical knowledge to inspire a contemporary democratic renaissance. The past offers hope for the present and the future, if only we can escape the negativity of our current moment — and each show will offer a serious way to do that! This podcast will bring together thoughtful voices from different generations to help make sense of current challenges and propose positive steps ...
 
Making sense of the post-Trump political landscape… Both the Republican and Democratic parties are struggling to defend the political center against illiberal extremes. America must put forward policies that can reverse our political and governmental dysfunction, advance the social welfare of all citizens, combat climate change, and confront the other forces that threaten our common interests. The podcast focuses on current politics seen in the context of our nation’s history and the persona ...
 
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“I began looking for a way to improve my ability to have conversations with people that didn’t come across as me trying to change their mind, came across more authentically to be able to relate to folks in a way that honored them.” This is how Steve Shaffer got into coaching. In this episode, we discover what coaching is, the theological basis for …
 
In this week's episode, Jeremi and Zachary are joined by John Sipher to discuss intelligence and the ways in which US intelligence agencies collect information on China and Russia. Zachary sets the scene with his poem entitled, "Conceiving the Spies Lament." John Sipher retired in 2014 after a 28-year career in the Central Intelligence Agency’s Nat…
 
This week, Jeremi and Zachary are joined by guest Dr. Michael Kimmage to discuss The Russo-Ukrainian War. Zachary sets the scene with his poem entitled, "A Year After the War Began." Dr. Michael Kimmage is a professor of history at the Catholic University of America in Washington DC. He is also a fellow at the German Marshall Fund, and chair of the…
 
What shall it profit a political party if it gains power but loses its own soul? David Corn subjects the Republican Party to this moral test in his new book, American Psychosis, and finds it wanting. Corn, a journalist with the left-leaning Mother Jones magazine and a regular television commentator on MSNBC, examines the history of the Grand Old Pa…
 
Honor the person. See them as human. Be gentle and gracious. Listen deeply. These are core values Darryl Canty keeps in mind when having discipleship conversations with anyone but especially when engaging people in the LGBTQ+ community. Darryl’s passion is to be a safe conversation partner in the midst of a fractured and difficult relationship betw…
 
This week, Jeremi and Zachary are joined by Professor Seth Garfield to discuss Brazil's history and current political climate. Zachary sets the scene with his poem entitled, "Brazilia Lament" Seth Garfield is a professor of history at the University of Texas at Austin. He is the author of: Indigenous Struggle at the Heart of Brazil: State Policy, F…
 
Jeremi and Zachary sit down with Beverly Gage to discuss the FBI, J. Edgar Hoover, and their role in American democracy. Zachary sets the scene with his poem, "The Secret to Believing". Beverly Gage is a professor of history at Yale University. Her book G-Man: J. Edgar Hoover and the Making of the American Century, a biography of former FBI directo…
 
In this episode, Whitney talks to Johnny Vedmore about the imminent appointment of former Wellcome Trust head Jeremy Farrar to be the World Health Organization's Chief Scientist and how it relates to the WHO's attempts to obtain new powers through a secretive regulation amendment process. Show notes: https://unlimitedhangout.com/2023/01/resources/s…
 
In this episode, Whitney talks to Johnny Vedmore about the imminent appointment of former Wellcome Trust head Jeremy Farrar to be the World Health Organization's Chief Scientist and how it relates to the WHO's attempts to obtain new powers through a secretive regulation amendment process. Originally published 01/17/23. Show notes: https://unlimited…
 
This week, Jeremi and Zachary are joined by Professor Erika Bsumek to discuss how major infrastructure projects tend to damage indigenous communities and contribute to their erasure. Zachary sets the scene with his poem entitled, "Sonnet on the Shores of Lake Powell" Dr. Erika Bsumek is an Associate Professor of History at the University of Texas a…
 
In this video, Whitney responds to a criticism about a claim in her recent book and delves deep into the source material for the J. Edgar Hoover blackmail claim. Show notes: https://unlimitedhangout.com/2023/01/resources/show-notes/the-truth-about-hoover-and-blackmail/ Get early access to podcasts by becoming an Unlimited Hangout member: https://un…
 
In this episode, Jeremi and Zachary are joined by Art Markman to discuss the state of civics in post-pandemic society. Zachary sets the scene with his poem, "Our Lonely Midnight Feasts". Art Markman is the Annabel Irion Worsham Centennial Professor of Psychology and Marketing at the University of Texas at Austin. Prof. Markman is the Founding Direc…
 
Activists concerned with American democracy typically worry about present-day dysfunctions and the looming threat of authoritarianism. But this essentially negative approach often leads to fatalism and burnout. What if those active in the democracy space gave more consideration to the positive futures they seek to achieve?That’s the premise of a th…
 
Cultivating the practice of listening to God into a habit that becomes a part of who we are and how we approach the circumstances of life takes time. As Chris Wiginton discovered, Discipleship Cohorts is a resource that sets us on that path whether it is our first time through as a participant or experiencing one multiple times with different group…
 
In this episode, Jeremi and Zachary are joined by CEO of BridgeUSA Manu Meel to discuss bridge-building and how to approach cynicism in modern political discourse Zachary sets the scene with his poem entitled, "Listening" Manu Meel is the CEO of BridgeUSA, a national organization that is investing in the future of democracy. Through his work, Manu …
 
In this episode, Whitney and James Corbett discuss the Twitter Files phenomenon and how the hype around it is being utilized for more than meets the eye. Published on 12/16/22. Show notes: https://unlimitedhangout.com/2022/12/Resources/Show-Notes/Behind-the-Twitter-Files-Hype-With-James-Corbett/ Get early access to podcasts by becoming an Unlimited…
 
In this episode, Whitney and James Corbett discuss the Twitter Files phenomenon and how the hype around it is being utilized for more than meets the eye. Show notes: https://unlimitedhangout.com/2022/12/Resources/Show-Notes/Behind-the-Twitter-Files-Hype-With-James-Corbett/ Full episode here: https://odysee.com/@UnlimitedHangout:a/Ep-45-James-Corbet…
 
Jeremi and Zachary sit down with Isabel Cademartori to discuss German Right-Wing Extremism and its effects on democracy. Zachary sets the scene with his poem: "Chickens That Won't Die". Isabel Cademartori was elected as a Member of the German Bundestag for Mannheim in the 2021 federal election. Cademartori served as a city councillor in Mannheim si…
 
When it comes to women in ministry, two prohibitive New Testament passages unfortunately provide all the clarity and certainty some people need. However, Cheryl Russell and Tiffany Dahlman suggest a different approach—moving from pattern to story. We do this by opening the Bible wide, tapping into its full wisdom, and developing a theology from the…
 
J. Edgar Hoover, who directed the Federal Bureau of Investigation from 1924 to 1972, is one of the central figures in the twentieth-century development of the federal government and the national security state. For decades he was one of the most widely admired Americans, only to become one of the most reviled following revelations of his racism, re…
 
This week, Jeremi and Zachary are joined by Dr. Joshua Eisenman to discuss protests and political upheaval in China. Zachary sets the scene with his poem entitled, "A Blank Sheet of Paper" Joshua Eisenman is an associate professor of global affairs at the University of Notre Dame. His research focuses on the political economy of China’s development…
 
Clip from Episode 44 - Making Sense of the “Ye” Spectacle with Ryan Cristian In this episode, Whitney is joined by Ryan Cristían to discuss the recent spectacle of Kanye West and how it is being used to further troubling censorship and domestic terror agendas. Full episode here: https://odysee.com/Making-Sense-of-the-%E2%80%9CYe%E2%80%9D-Spectacle-…
 
Clip from Episode 44 - Making Sense of the “Ye” Spectacle with Ryan Cristian In this episode, Whitney is joined by Ryan Cristían to discuss the recent spectacle of Kanye West and how it is being used to further troubling censorship and domestic terror agendas. Full episode here: https://odysee.com/Making-Sense-of-the-%E2%80%9CYe%E2%80%9D-Spectacle-…
 
In this episode, Whitney is joined by Ryan Cristían to discuss the recent spectacle of Kanye West and how it is being used to further troubling censorship and domestic terror agendas. Published on 12/03/22. Show notes: unlimitedhangout.com/2022/12/resources/show-notes/making-sense-of-the-ye-spectacle-with-ryan-cristian/ Get early access to podcasts…
 
Is it possible to envision a different path forward for the Republican Party – one that might allow the GOP to once again become a big-tent, majoritarian party without the excesses of Donald Trump and his imitators? Mileah Kromer, a political scientist and pollster at Goucher College, sees such an alternative in the career of Republican politician …
 
Small Churches, Shared Spaces, and the Powerful Work of the Holy Spirit – A Conversation with Cheryl Russell & Tiffany Dahlman Often leadership is determined by who is out front. Cheryl Russell and Tiffany Dahlman give us a perspective of leadership as being alongside. The power of this kind of leadership can be seen in the way they invite people i…
 
This week, Jeremi and Zachary are joined by Dr. Geoffrey Kabaservice to discuss the Midterm Elections. Zachary sets the scene with his poem entitled, "My First Vote: 10/24/22" Dr. Geoff Kabaservice is Director of Political Studies at the Niskanen Center in Washington D.C. He is the author of several books including: The Guardians: Kingman Brewster,…
 
Mary Bent and Mike Krieger join Whitney to unravel the network behind the meteoric rise of Sam Bankman-Fried and FTX and what was actually going on at the company. The discussion goes far beyond the obvious fraud at FTX and looks at the networks that brought Bankman-Fried to power and were using him as a front for a dangerous agenda. Originally pub…
 
Mary Bent and Mike Krieger join Whitney to unravel the network behind the meteoric rise of Sam Bankman-Fried and FTX and what was actually going on at the company. The discussion goes far beyond the obvious fraud at FTX and looks at the networks that brought Bankman-Fried to power and were using him as a front for a dangerous agenda. Show notes: ht…
 
“My definition of prayer: prayer is the reality of God. That’s what makes God real. Like having conversation, conversation you can have with your best friend.” – Jacqueline King What does it mean to call Jesus your friend? How does one begin to nurture such a relationship? In this episode, Jacqueline, Steven’s longtime friend and prayer mentor, sha…
 
This week, Jeremi and Zachary are joined by Peter Beinart to discuss the history of anti-semitism in The United States and around the world. Zachary sets the scene with his poem entitled, "Mezuzah Addendums." Peter Beinart is Professor of Journalism and Political Science at the Newmark School of Journalism at the City University of New York. He is …
 
A few years ago in Obion County, Tennessee, a homeowner called 911 to report that a trash fire in his backyard had gotten out of control. The operator told him, however, that because he had forgotten to pay his $75 annual fee, the newly privatized city fire department wouldn’t help him. The fire brigade eventually showed up to prevent the blaze fro…
 
Bob has become a better listener in marriage and ministry. Michelle is pursuing a spiritual direction certificate with The Caritas Center. The Singing Oaks Church family is learning to slow down and listen for the voice of God. In this episode the Bentleys talk with Jeremy and Steven about how Discipleship Cohorts gave them new practices that awake…
 
This week, Jeremi and Zachary discuss the ongoing protests in Iran with Professor Nahid Siamdoust. Zachary recites his poem "Worth Waiting For." Nahid Siamdoust is an assistant professor at the University of Texas at Austin. She is the author of Soundtrack of the Revolution: The Politics of Music in Iran (Stanford, 2017). Professor Siamdoust has al…
 
This week, Jeremi and Zachary talk with Dr. Michael Kimmage about how the Ukraine War has developed over the course of the year, and how they predict things will progress in the future. Dr. Michael Kimmage is a professor of history at the Catholic University of America in Washington DC. He is also a fellow at the German Marshall Fund, and chair of …
 
As America’s partisan divide becomes ever wider, deeper, and angrier, many Americans from both red and blue tribes are increasingly worried about the possibility of a new civil war. Jeremi Suri, a professor of Public Affairs and History at the University of Texas at Austin, says that these worries are in a sense misplaced “because the Civil War nev…
 
Jeremi Suri holds the Mack Brown Distinguished Chair for Leadership in Global Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin. He is a professor in the University's Department of History and the LBJ School of Public Affairs. Professor Suri is the author and editor of eleven books on politics and foreign policy, most recently: Civil War By Other Means:…
 
Like many young couples, the Bentleys began marriage with visions of a somewhat typical American life. However, very quickly they could see something different unfolding as they stepped into new opportunities and took on new challenges. In this episode Bob and Michele talk with Jeremy and Steven about their journey from nursing and accounting profe…
 
This week, Zachary takes a turn at hosting and interviews Jeremi about his new book, Civil War By Other Means: America’s Long and Unfinished Fight for Democracy. Tune in next week for part 2 of this discussion. Zachary sets the scene with his poem, "Every Season Goes." Jeremi Suri holds the Mack Brown Distinguished Chair for Leadership in Global Af…
 
In this episode, Whitney is joined by Derrick Broze to break down Biden's recent executive order on the "Bioeconomy,” its implications and the people who are set to play an outsized role in shaping and executing the activities described in the executive order. Originally published 10/06/22. Show notes: https://unlimitedhangout.com/2022/10/resources…
 
This week, Jeremi and Zachary talk with guest Sarah Kaiser-Cross about banks and financial institutions and how they interact with different countries' economic policies and regulations. Zachary sets the scene with his poem entitled, "The World, Invisible." Sarah Kaiser-Cross is a Director and Regional Head of Correspondent Banking and Affiliates f…
 
In this episode, Whitney is joined by Derrick Broze to break down Biden's recent executive order on the "Bioeconomy,” its implications and the people who are set to play an outsized role in shaping and executing the activities described in the executive order. Full episode here: https://odysee.com/@UnlimitedHangout:a/Ep-41-Derrick-Broze:b Unlimited…
 
“A church culture that is radically hospitable to the Word of God through the diverse voices within the congregation preaching in a rotating basis empowered by the gifting of the Holy Spirit.” This is how Tiffany Dahlman defines the open pulpit. In this episode, Jeremy and Steven talk with Tiffany about how the practice of the open pulpit forms a c…
 
Clip from Ep 40 - Sustainable Slavery with Iain Davis In this episode, Whitney and Iain Davis discuss their new investigative series, Sustainable Slavery, and what and who is really developing and implementing the policies currently being marketed as "sustainable development." Originally published 09/26/22. Full episode available here: https://odys…
 
Richard V. Reeves, a scholar at the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C., is internationally recognized for his scholarship on equality of opportunity, with a focus on divisions of social class and race. But in recent years, he has become concerned about a less-scrutinized axis of inequality: the myriad ways in which boys and men are falling b…
 
This week, Jeremi and Zachary talk to Dr. Jonathan Kirshner to discuss realism and foreign policy. Zachary sets the scene for the discussion with his poem "For Want of an Overcoat". Jonathan Kirshner is a professor of Political Science and International Studies at Boston College. Prior to joining Boston College, Kirshner was the Stephen and Barbara…
 
In this episode, Whitney and Iain Davis discuss their new investigative series, Sustainable Slavery, and what and who is really developing and implementing the policies currently being marketed as "sustainable development." Originally published 09/26/22. Show notes: https://unlimitedhangout.com/2022/09/resources/show-notes/sustainable-slavery-with-…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and Steven talk with Charles Kiser about his forthcoming book “Trauma-Informed Evangelism: Cultivating Communities of Wounded Healers” which address questions such as: How do we love our neighbors well who carry religious trauma? How do we embody the good news of the way of Jesus in ways that are actually good news for those…
 
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