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The New Adventures of Red Riding Hood, an explosive new take on the original classic tale. This brand new adudio drama entwines fact and fiction to bring you a thrilling tale of horror, espionage and science fiction. Written and Directed by Gareth Severn Starring: Julia Eve as Captain Ruby Hart Pete Lutz as B.B.Wolf Terry Cooper as General Douglas Alkirk Nathaniel Chambers as PT-9 – aka Petey Tanja Milojevic as Lazarus 1 Lynn Foley as Emelia Hart Commodore James as Lieutenant Brett Hunter Na ...
 
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Rev. Dr. Peter Choi, our scholar in residence and program director of the Faith and Justice Network, continues our Fall Sermon Series, "The 10% - Listening To The Woman of the Hebrew Bible" with a sermon on the Midwives from Exodus 1. All are welcomed, loved and affirmed (🌈) at City Church. You can support the work of City Church at www.citychurchs…
 
In 1965, Rene Castellani, a 40-year-old radio personality murdered his wife Esther with arsenic-laced milkshakes so he could marry Lolly, CKNW’s 25-year-old receptionist. The Castellani's had an 11-year-old daughter called Jeannine, who became the collateral damage. This two-part podcast is Jeannine’s story. This episode is based on original resear…
 
Jen Fisher, co-founder of Launchpad Partners and a church planter in Cincinnati, joins us virtually to continue our Fall Sermon Series, "The 10% - Listening To The Woman of the Hebrew Bible" with a sermon on Bilhah and Zilpah from Genesis 30. All are welcomed, loved and affirmed (🌈) at City Church. You can support the work of City Church at www.cit…
 
Three weeks after Pat Lowther was reported missing, her body was discovered by a family out for a hike at Furry Creek, about 50 kilometres from her Vancouver home. She had been beaten to death with a hammer by a man who was jealous of her strong, often violent feminist poetry and her growing place in the Canadian literary scene. Photo: Pat Lowther …
 
In the months leading up to her murder, Muriel Lindsay had been targeted and harassed. Her cat was stolen, she’d received bizarre anonymous letters, and someone had used her credit card to take out subscriptions and make a donation to the United Way in her name. Who was stalking Muriel and why was this 40-year-old postal worker found beaten to deat…
 
On February 22, 1975 country and western singer Debbie Roe, 22 finished her shift at the OK Corral, stopped to get gas and something to eat. Her body was found the next day on an isolated stretch of highway in Langley, BC. Just two months earlier, the body of Barbara LaRocque, 22 had been found nearby. Barbara worked at the Syndicate, a club with t…
 
At the start of 1985, things looked good for Jimmy and Lily Ming. The couple had two small children, owned their own home and worked in the family’s thriving Robson Street restaurant. But by the end of January, Jimmy and Lily had been kidnapped from their Vancouver house, the restaurant was closed and the rest of the Ming family feared for their li…
 
Rev. Fred Harrell continues our summer sermon series, Tell It Slant, on the parables of Jesus. This week we find ourselves in Matthew 25. "When we see ourselves as trustees and stewards of our resources, we invest it to see others thrive...that investment requires courage...courage to give more generously or maybe courage to refuse to participate i…
 
Sixteen-year-old Rhona Duncan was murdered in the early hours of July 15, 1976 after walking home from a high school birthday party. She was in sight of her North Vancouver house, when she was intercepted, raped and strangled. Although 45 years has gone by, Rhona’s friends still get together to remember her and to try and solve her murder. Some bel…
 
On January 7, 1976 Brenda Young was found murdered in her store the Good Earth in the Lower Lonsdale area of North Vancouver. It was a brazen murder and it felt like a hit, but why would anyone target this much-loved 38-year-old mother of four? This episode includes the 1973 rape and murder of 96-year-old Albina Lequiea, who lived in a convent a fe…
 
For Pride Sunday this year we are so honored to have The Rev. Winnie Varghese continue our summer sermon series, Tell It Slant, on the parables of Jesus. This week we find ourselves in Mark 5 where we find that the healing garment of Jesus is vast as we reach out to find the healing that we seek. What is the healing that you seek? What kind of Prid…
 
Rev. Fred Harrell continues our summer sermon series, Tell It Slant, on the parables of Jesus. This week we find ourselves in Luke 14. Robert Farror Capon says, "God meets us all in our endless and inescapable losing.” As we look at this parable today it's worth asking; How might we begin to change our patterns of living into a more holistic and tr…
 
In 1954, Bob Hopkins worked at the Vancouver News Herald. He was a friendly man who kept to himself and was liked by his colleagues. None of them knew that Bob was gay and lived a secret life. He had to. In the 1950s homosexuality was illegal and coming out would have meant losing his job, his place in the community, and possibly his family. This p…
 
Rev. Fred Harrell continues our summer sermon series, Tell It Slant, on the parables of Jesus. This week we find ourselves in Matthew 18 and look at our relationship to forgiveness. Carolyn Myss, in her beautiful book, "Enter the Castle: An Inner Path to God and Your Soul", talks about those we have not forgiven as prisoners we lock up in cells. So…
 
On September 15, 1954, Danny Brent’s body was found on the tenth green at UBC’s golf course. Stuffed inside his shirt was an early edition of the newspaper, soaked with his blood. There was a half-smoked cigarette inside his shirt where it had dropped from his mouth when he was shot—once in the back and twice in the head with .45-calibre bullets. T…
 
I'm Eve Lazarus, a reporter and author based in Vancouver, BC. This is a 12-episode podcast based on original research from my book Blood, Sweat, and Fear: the story of Inspector Vance. Inspector Vance was Canada’s first forensic investigator. He worked for the Vancouver Police Department and helped solved some of the most sensational murder cases …
 
The season of Easter in the church year begs the question: What difference does the resurrection actually make? During this season of Eastertide, we will look at the impact of the resurrection on the earliest Christians. We are calling it “The New Normal”, and we invite you to consider with us what new things God normalized with the resurrection of…
 
The season of Easter in the church year begs the question: What difference does the resurrection actually make? During this season of Eastertide, we will look at the impact of the resurrection on the earliest Christians. We are calling it “The New Normal”, and we invite you to consider with us what new things God normalized with the resurrection of…
 
The season of Easter in the church year begs the question: What difference does the resurrection actually make? During this season of Eastertide, we will look at the impact of the resurrection on the earliest Christians. We are calling it “The New Normal”, and we invite you to consider with us what new things God normalized with the resurrection of…
 
The season of Easter in the church year begs the question: What difference does the resurrection actually make? During this season of Eastertide, we will look at the impact of the resurrection on the earliest Christians. We are calling it “The New Normal”, and we invite you to consider with us what new things God normalized with the resurrection of…
 
The season of Easter in the church year begs the question: What difference does the resurrection actually make? During this season of Eastertide, we will look at the impact of the resurrection on the earliest Christians. We are calling it “The New Normal”, and we invite you to consider with us what new things God normalized with the resurrection of…
 
The season of Easter in the church year begs the question: What difference does the resurrection actually make? During this season of Eastertide, we will look at the impact of the resurrection on the earliest Christians. We are calling it “The New Normal”, and we invite you to consider with us what new things God normalized with the resurrection of…
 
Week 6 of our Lenten Series, "Again and Again: God's Holy Refrain", finds us in Luke 19:29-44. Rev. Jonathan Gundlach invites us into the Palm Sunday narrative and asks how we might join Jesus in his journey of peace during this upcoming Holy Week. You can also catch the week of our Lenten Practice of Walking with Jonathon Stalls in our podcast fee…
 
Week 6 of our Lenten practice of Walking Led by Jonathan Stalls of Intrinsic Paths. You can find this week’s video and pdf resources at www.citychurchsf.org/walking “Look well to the growing edge. All around us worlds are dying and new worlds are being born; all around us life is dying and life is being born. The fruit ripens on the tree, the roots…
 
Week 5 of our Lenten Series, "Again and Again: God's Holy Refrain", finds us in John 12:20-34. Rev. Fred Harrell address the topic of the cross and invites you into new ways of thinking about these words of Jesus; “When I am lifted up I will draw all people to myself.” You can also catch up on this week's Lenten Practice of Walking with Jonathon St…
 
Week 5 of our Lenten practice of Walking Led by Jonathan Stalls of Intrinsic Paths. You can find this week’s video and pdf resources at www.citychurchsf.org/walking “Animals. They are the most profound doctors for loss, mostly because animals are practically a molecular presence in our psyches and souls, but also because in a sense animals are the …
 
Week 4 of our Lenten Series, Again and Again: God's Holy Refrain, finds us in John 3:1-21. Rev. Dr. Peter Choi unpacks this familiar text with a specific invitation to lean into uncertainty with courage and recognize that "it's ok not to understand how being born again happens or where it will lead us...(God) gives us the courage to tear it all dow…
 
Week 4 of our Lenten practice of Walking Led by Jonathan Stalls of Intrinsic Paths. You can find this week’s video and pdf resources at www.citychurchsf.org/walking “The plant people have taught me to be generous and not be shy about blossoming, that is our nature. I think when others see us, it can inspiring them to open up and blossom to and we c…
 
Sermon from Sunday, March 7 John 2:13-22 | D.L. Mayfield and Kelley Nikondeha D. L. Mayfield lives and writes on the outskirts of Portland, OR with her husband and two small children. Her first book of essays, Assimilate or Go Home: Notes from a Failed Missionary on Rediscovering Faith was released by HarperOne in 2016. Her second book, The Myth of…
 
Week 3 of our Lenten practice of Walking Led by Jonathan Stalls of Intrinsic Paths. You can find this week’s video and pdf resources at www.citychurchsf.org/walking “Now if I hear the sound of the genuine in me, and if you hear the sound of the genuine in you, it is possible for me to go down in me and come up in you. So that when I look at myself …
 
Week 2 of our Lenten practice of Walking Led by Jonathan Stalls of Intrinsic Paths. You can find this week’s video and pdf resources at www.citychurchsf.org/walking But ask the animals, and they will teach you, or the birds in the sky, and they will tell you; or speak to the earth, and it will teach you, or let the fish in the sea inform you. - Job…
 
Again and Again… God's Sacred Refrain* Matthew 4:1-11 | Rev. Fred Harrell *In Lent, we’re reminded that, again and again, suffering and brokenness find us. We doubt again, we lament again, we mess up again. Again and again, the story of Jesus on the cross repeats—every time lives are taken unjustly, every time the powerful choose corruption and vio…
 
Walk and touch peace every moment. Walk and touch happiness every moment. Each step brings a fresh breeze. Each step makes a flower bloom. Kiss the Earth with your feet. Bring the Earth your love and happiness. The Earth will be safe when we feel safe in ourselves. - Thich Nhat Hanh Week 1 of our Lenten practice of Walking opens on ourselves. Jonat…
 
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