at the beginning of July Stewart and his wife Avril were asked to go to the Holy Land to help to lead a week-long summer camp for a very special group of young people. these young people are Arab Christians living in Israel/Palestine, many of whom have suffered due to the violence in that volatile region.
Stewart and Avril share their thoughts on a week that changed their perceptions of the Holy Land, its people and its place at the center of their faith.
this week on the podcast, two scotsmen chat about the american civil war and the battle at chancellorsville and how relates it back to modern christianity.
the chat developed from thomas’ reflections on a speech given by malcolm gladwell this week in glasgow.
malcolm gladwell is a british-born canadian journalist, author, and pop sociologist, based in new york city. he has been a staff writer for the new yorker since 1996. he is best known as the author of the books, the tipping point (2000), blink (2005), and outliers (2008).
this week we take a break from the chatter and bring you a refreshing musical interlude from Stewart.
Stewart used to be a club DJ, long, long ago. he hung up his headphones a while ago but has come out of retirement for a digital experiment in music curation. the result is a musical interlude with a distinctly summer vibe of blissed out beats for those endless summer days, whether you’re lying on a beach, reading in the garden or talking the night away with friends. relax and enjoy.
L4 tely – easn
thor’s magic bath – lackluster
second coming – NGC1365
justice – gundonark
summer – mie
rock da dam – comfort fit
waitin’ in a bottle – dadubb
the upper clouds in the water – env(litr)
passing – the inventors of aircraft
beds and dishes – anios
aki – le mepris
limurite tekond – myrakaru
escape from gravity – monoceros
float – praveen
happy plingi – my first trumpet
this week, we continue the conversation between Thomas and Stewart Cutler as they review and discuss Seth Godin’s new book, Tribes. the book focuses on marketing and leadership and both Stewart and Thomas think the church as a whole can learn some very relevant things from the book.
this week, Thomas talks with Stewart Cutler and they review and discuss Seth Godin’s new book, Tribes. the book focuses on marketing and leadership and both Stewart and Thomas think the church as a whole can learn some very relevant things from the book.