Thomas Mathie – The Fellowship of the Tribe :: 5.29

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Thomas Mathie

This week we bring you something a little different. We’re sharing thoughts Thomas recently shared at the Airdrie Salvation Army’s Men’s Fellowship – on fellowship.

What are you thoughts on fellowship?

Where do you find it most?

thomas mathie (headphonaught) :: 3.21

Thomas Mathie - THE headphonaught

we’re back from a short break and we turn the tables on thomas and ask him to tell “the rest of the story.” he shares about his life growing up, how he became involved with the Salvation Army, his passions and more on this week’s episode.

related ::
thomas’ blog
thomas on twitter
thomas on facebook
thomas on flickr
hint of bergamot
thomas on tumblr

music ::
the underscore orchestra – blue draggish
kazoo funk orchestra – baby you’ve no eyes

travis mamone :: 3.10

Travis Mamone
Travis Mamone

Thomas speaks with Travis Mamone, Converse All-Star wearing, indie folk listening, always questioning, book loving, coffee addicted, emerging Christian freelance writer.

This conversation is the second half of a double interview.  In the first part Travis interviews Thomas for his Coffee Chat podcast.

related ::
travis’ blog
travis on twitter
part one of thomas’ chat with travis (on travis’ podcast)

music ::
cousin silascrystalised steel
cousin silas – newscape 5

thomas recaps malcolm gladwell :: 2.26

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).

listen in and then share your thoughts via e-mail, facebook, ning or here on our site.

the question that remains is “where do we go from here?”

watch malcolm gladwell’s TED talk::

related::
malcolm gladwell’s website
malcolm gladwell on wikipedia
joseph hooker on wikipedia
robert e. lee on wikipedia
battle of chancellorsville on wikipedia

music::
bo heart – wayfaring stranger
radiotimes – our voices shall be heard (for the protesters in Iran)