Quantum 122 -The Times They Are A Changing, Maradona and Armenian Heavy Metal!
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This week we look at Maradona, fighting locusts in Ethiopia, Armenia and System of a Down; Thailand,  The Queens Gambit;  Victorian Intolerance; The mother who wants to be a father;  The Abusive Church; Megan Markle; Jordan Peterson; Sunshine on Leith;  Covid News and Bob Dylan.

The Daily Poem
The Daily Poem
Goldberry Studios
Luci Shaw's "Advent Visitation"
This week we're sharing Luci Shaw's advent and Christmas-themed poems with you. Up next: "Advent Visitation. " Biography from LuciShaw.com Luci Shaw was born in 1928 in London, England, and has lived in Canada, Australia and the U.S.A. A 1953 high honors graduate of Wheaton College in Illinois, she became co-founder and later president of Harold Shaw Publishers, and since 1988 has been a Writer in Residence at Regent College, Vancouver, Canada. A charter member of the Chrysostom Society of Writers, Shaw is author of eleven volumes of poetry including Sea Glass: New & Selected Poems (WordFarm, 2016), Thumbprint in the Clay: Divine Marks of Beauty, Order and Grace (InterVarsity Press, 2016), Polishing the Petoskey Stone (Shaw, 1990), Writing the River (Pinon Press, 1994/Regent Publishing, 1997), The Angles of Light (Waterbrook, 2000), The Green Earth: Poems of Creation (Wm. B. Eerdmans, 2002), has edited three poetry anthologies and a festschrift, The Swiftly Tilting Worlds of Madeleine L’Engle, (Shaw, 1998). Her most recent books are What the Light Was Like (Word Farm), Accompanied by Angels(Eerdmans),  The Genesis of It All (Paraclete), and Breath for the Bones: Art, Imagination & Spirit (Nelson). Her poetic work and essays have been widely anthologized. Shaw has authored several non-fiction prose books, including Water My Soul: Cultivating the Interior Life (Zondervan) and The Crime of Living Cautiously (InterVarsity). She has also co-authored three books with Madeleine L’Engle, WinterSong (Regent), Friends for the Journey (Regent), and A Prayer Book for Spiritual Friends (Augsburg/Fortress). See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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GPS: God. People. Stories.
GPS: God. People. Stories.
Billy Graham Evangelistic Association
NFL Player Leaves Multi-Million Dollar Deal to Help Those in Need
Former NFL player Jason Brown was the highest paid center in the league. For years he avoided having a relationship with Jesus Christ, but that all changed one night in 2011. “I said ‘tomorrow’ a thousand times, and again Jesus said ‘today.’" Shortly afterward, God called Jason to retire from the NFL and dedicate his life to feeding communities and families in need. Now, he owns and operates First Fruits Farm, where he donates almost all of his crops. Jason shares about it on this episode of GPS: God. People. Stories. Jason's book, "Centered: Trading Your Plans for a Life That Matters": https://waterbrookmultnomah.com/books/646244/centered-by-jason-brown-with-paul-asay/ If you’re anxious or fearful and would like to pray with someone, call the Billy Graham Prayer Line at 1-888-388-2683.  Learn more about beginning a relationship with Jesus Christ or deepening your relationship with Him: www.FindPeaceWithGod.net.  You can help advance the Gospel through programs like this one. Learn more about giving to the BGEA: https://billygraham.org/donation/tv-and-radio-broadcasts/  Connect with us through email at gps@billygraham.org or on www.facebook.com/billygrahamradio/  This episode features an excerpt from Billy Graham’s message “The Danger of Neutrality.” Listen to the full message: https://billygraham.org/audio/the-danger-of-nuetrality/ Music used in this episode: The Afters – “Wake Up My Heart” The Afters – “Well Done" The Afters – “What We’re Here For”  GPS is an outreach of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.
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