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The Greek Ollendorff Podcast is a great tool to improve your Koine or Ancient Greek skills. Each episode contains a recording of the exercises of one lesson in Greek Ollendorff. For more information visit http://pricelesseternity.com/ and click on the "Learn Greek" link at the top.
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Welcome to Tool Talk from Exegetical Tools, where we discuss sound practices and solid resources for students of the Scriptures. Host Travis Montgomery sits down (or rings up) pastors, scholars, and students to ask them about tools they're using to study the Bible, exegetical and theological issues they're currently engaging, and Scriptures that are ministering to their hearts.For more great resources, check out exegeticaltools.com or follow ET on social media (@exegeticaltools).
Not your average sports podcast by some not so average characters. Covering all things Portland Trail Blazers, Ryan "Whitty" Whitledge, Brandon "The Hair" Cannady, and Ryan Green put their own unique spin on things while bringing you the weekly news and notes from Rip City.
Podcast of messages from Gracepoint Berkeley Church. We're located near the UC Berkeley campus. If you're new to Christianity or looking for a church in Berkeley or Oakland, drop by our Sunday services in Berkeley! For more info, visit http://www.gracepointonline.org
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New COVID travel restrictions take effect, virtual superpower summit, and the U.S. Senate begins hearings on InstagramBy KOIN
CEO of The Koinos Group, Andrew Levine, joined me to talk about blockchain accessibility, the Koinos fair launch, the future of The Koinos Group, competition, and more!By Luke Willis
He is one of the longest-serving, and most-well known journalists in town. Ken Boddie stops by the show to share stories about growing up, his news career, being black in Portland, and the best Blazers ever.By KOIN
The first weekend of December is here, but we still don’t see much snow in the region. Jospeh is flying solo this week for a look at some pretty nice days, if you are a fan of mild fall weather. Plus, he takes us out to P.I.R. for a preview of the Sunshine Division’s Winter Wonderland.By KOIN
Federal shutdown temporarily averted, security guard indicted on murder charges, and big changes coming to Reser StadiumBy KOIN
Mitigating human-caused global warming requires significant advancements in renewable energy. Executive Director Nicole Hughes from Renewable Northwest stops by to talk about the state of the renewable energy industry and the impact we could all feel from carbon-neutral energy creation.By KOIN
Fourth student dies after school shooting, President’s plan to deal with omicron, and Lillard’s injured abdomenBy KOIN
School shooting in Michigan, Dr. Oz wants to go to D.C., and a plan to plant new forests in WashingtonBy KOIN
Prosecutors push Supreme Court to intervene in Cosby case, Jesse Smollett trial underway, and preparing for more flooding in WashingtonBy KOIN
Understanding and tracking the omicron variant, planning for Afghan refugees in Oregon, and decorating the White House for the HolidaysBy KOIN
U.S. Congressman Earl Blumenauer joins the show to talk about bridging the gap between the states where marijuana products have been legalized and a federal government that still classifies cannabis as one of the most dangerous narcotics around.By KOIN
Police officer shot in Happy Valley, school board recall effort in Newberg, and a King gets suspendedBy KOIN
Thanksgiving week has arrived and there’s lots of fall-like weather to chat about. Kelley and Joseph are here to talk turkey and trimmings. Plus, they’ve got a detailed look at your extended holiday forecast and any travel trouble you may run into.By KOIN
Parade tragedy in Wisconsin, rallying support for Build Back Better Act, and massive marijuana bust in Jackson CountyBy KOIN
House passed Biden’s social safety net bill, FDA signs of on COVID boosters for all adults, and an annual turkey pardonBy KOIN
Looks like there will be a chance for you to get outside and enjoy at least a little sunshine this weekend. Joseph and Kelley break down a pleasant looking forecast and talk about when we might see real snow in the mountains. Plus, Joseph talks to the folks from Snowvana about their big event this weekend.…
Rapper shot and killed in Memphis bakery, President Biden targets high gas prices, and a fall funding boost for Portland PoliceBy KOIN
If you want to be happy in life, find yourself someone who loves you like Terry Currier loves music. He joins the show from his office at Portland’s iconic record store, Music Millennium, to talk to Emily about vinyl, first concerts, and feuding with Garth Brooks.By KOIN
Jury deliberations continue in Rittenhouse trial, spending Portland’s budget surplus, and assessing flood damage in WashingtonBy KOIN
The largest body of water in the world could prove to be the greatest source of renewable energy in history, if we can figure out how to get it. That’s what the team at the Hinsdale Wave Research Laboratory is trying to do. Director Pedro Lomonaco joins the show to explain how much power is hiding in the Pacific and if efficiently harvesting it cou…
After a devastating stretch of rainfall in the Pacific Northwest, we'll see several dry days across the week as the region dries out. Kelley is here to recount the back-to-back atmospheric rivers that brought in floods, and she chats with network executive producer Ian Costello about the best days to get back outside in the sunshine.…
Superpower presidents meet virtually, ferocious flooding in Washington, and help on the way for Coho salmonBy KOIN
Arraignment on tap for staunch Trump ally, COVID surge likely coming, and top Dawg fired in SeattleBy KOIN
Regardless of season, spending time outdoors is the way of life in the Pacific Northwest. So, get out the rain gear and get ready to get outside. Joseph and Kelley break down another soggy stretch of days and which day this weekend might be a little less wet. Plus, we go to Hollywood for one of Portland’s premier farmers markets.…
Court sides with former president Trump, woman rescued from river, and suspected prolific graffiti artist arrestedBy KOIN
Lawsuit filed in movie set shooting, spending Portland’s budget surplus, and winter shelters opening back up in Washington CountyBy KOIN
Surprise firing from the Newberg school board, Portland Thorns have a new coach, and a special way to mark Veterans DayBy KOIN
So, what does marijauna actually do to your body? Joseph Bubalo, a clinical pharmacist at Oregon Health and Sciences University joins the show to break down the good and bad effects of pot, the healthier way to use, and answers the age old question: Is marijuana addictive?By KOIN
Prosecution rests in Rittenhouse case, solving staffing shortages in jails, and free COVID testing site opens in OregonBy KOIN
Gear up for soaking rain back in the picture by the end of the week. Kelley and Joseph talk relentless showers and projected rain totals across the region, along with some potentially damaging winds for portions of the state.By KOIN
U.S. Borders back open for vaccinated travelers, investigating deadly concert crush, and Pacific Northwest delegation heads to U.N. Climate ConferenceBy KOIN
Manhunt for armed robbers in East Metro, vaccine mandates for businesses, and the trail begins for the men who killed Ahmaud ArberyBy KOIN
Real Pacific Northwest fall is in the forecast for this weekend. Joseph and Kelley break down how much rain we will get and how hard the wind will blow. Plus, Joseph takes us to Cannon Beach to get a preview of the Stormy Weather Arts Festival taking place this weekend.By KOIN
11-year-old arrested in crime spree, pill for COVID treatment, and New Jersey stays blueBy KOIN
Teens and adults arrested in Camas crime spree, addressing a cop shortage in Gresham, and a World Series win for AtlantaBy KOIN
Can you feel it in the air? The rain and cold are here and winter is on the way. Kelley and Joseph break down our second-consecutive La Nina and what it means for snow in the Willamette Valley, snow in the Mountains and our prolonged drought.By KOIN
Deadly protest shooting trial underway in Wisconsin, COVID vaccines on the way for kids, and DMV deadline for 300,000 OregoniansBy KOIN
How did an attorney turned activist take his disappointment with inequity in the criminal justice system and turn it into a drive to legalize recreational marijuana in Oregon? In our debut episode, host Travis Box talks to cannabis activist Anthony Johnson about how Oregon’s green rush was born and what happens now.…
Can you believe the holidays are just around the corner? And with the season comes more rain, more storms, and colder temperatures. Kelley returns from assignment and joins Joseph to walk us through a rainy week as multiple weather systems slide into the Pacific Northwest.By KOIN
High court takes on Texas abortion law, police officer shot in Puyallup, and Day of the Dead returnsBy KOIN
Manhunt in Washington County, settlement in church massacre, and Facebook rebrands as MetaBy KOIN
After a rainy, breezy week, changes are on the way. Joseph and Kelley break down that all important trick or treating, Halloween forecast that doesn’t look scary. Plus, Joseph heads out to Lincoln City to check out the Haunted Taft Tour.By KOIN
Jury selected for ‘Unite the Right’ rally trial, car chase suspect in costume, and a U.S. passport makes historyBy KOIN
What would it take to prevent dangerous carbon emissions from entering our atmosphere and driving temperatures even higher? That’s the idea behind David Heldebrant’s research at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. He joins the show to explain how carbon capture works and what it could mean for the fight against climate change.…
Moves to better protect kids online, neighbor sues neighbor over business fire, and debating COVID vaccine mandate for Portland school studentsBy KOIN
FDA meets to authorize Pfizer vaccine for children, record gun violence in Portland, and containers adrift at seaBy KOIN
After the much ballyhooed bomb cyclone, what does the rest of the week look like? Joseph breaks down the expected steady showers and how much rain we could actually get. Plus, an early look at your Halloween forecast.By KOIN
COVID vaccines for kids could be 2 weeks away, cracking down on street racing, and drug kingpin arrestedBy KOIN
Kash and Matteo go for one last late night cruise on the KKKrazy Train before Kash signs off...for awhile? Forever? For ever ever?We'll have to wait and see, but in this episode we wax poetic on Metallica guitar solos, muh Al You Mini Um, and do what we do. Sorry about the fade out, no time to salvage the last audio and maybe it can be a cliffhange…
Matteo & Kash let loose, have some fun remembering the Last Standup Comedian...Patton Oswalt, you guessed it. Tales of meeting Norm's Nemesis, The Bushman, on Venice Beach is in there for the finding.