Documentary director Jaime Prater talks about his film “No Place To Call Home” which explores the over 70 children and teenagers who claimed to have been abused at the Jesus People USA commune in Chicago, Illinois. Prater relays his own experience of abuse, the making of the film, the fallout of its release and the current condition of his own faith.

To hear on Stitcher, click here!

To hear on iTunes, click here!

To hear on Spotify, click here!

 

We're back in the 1980s talking baseball, football, soccer, karate and one family's escape from communist Vietnam.



To hear on Stitcher, click here!

To hear on iTunes, click here!

To hear on Spotify, click here!

We're back in our favorite decade to talk Prodigal, Bourgeois Tagg and Steve Scott, all with help from TrueTunes.com's John J Thompson!

To hear on Stitcher, click here!

To hear on iTunes, click here!

To hear on Spotify, click here!

 

Artist and musician Jace Seavers tell his epic story of living nearly a decade in the Jesus People USA commune in Chicago. Consisting of good memories and nightmares both, the experience would affect his thinking and art for the rest of his life. Includes stories of Steve Scott, Daniel Amos, Cause and Effect, Crashdog, The Crossing and Rez Band.

To hear on Stitcher, click here!

To hear on iTunes, click here!

To hear on Spotify, click here!

Screen_Shot_2020-06-11_at_93037_AM_6yqzk

(Jace with one of Rez Band's original bass guitars)

 

Law and Liberty's Brian Smith joins us to talk about religion, government, history, objectivism and integralism, how they can get along and how they often don't.

 

To hear on Stitcher, click here!

To hear on iTunes, click here!

To hear on Spotify, click here!

 

 

On this episode we hear from one man who watched his church attempt to reach a historically discriminated against group of folks, which apparently required a discrimination of a new kind.  

 

To hear on Stitcher, click here!

To hear on iTunes, click here!

To hear on Spotify, click here!

The nature of silence, not being fond of children, recognizing one's own deficiencies, the laying-low wisemen and much more are what we get up to talking about on this philosophical discussion Back By the Woodpile.

 

To hear on Stitcher, click here!

To hear on iTunes, click here!

To hear on Spotify, click here!

Knowing others through their written words, trapped inside of time within a small room, enemies using your past words against you and other troubles are what's at hand on this philosophical episode of In the Corner Back By the Woodpile! 

 

To hear on Stitcher, click here!

To hear on iTunes, click here!

To hear on Spotify, click here!

The 1980's had their share of parties, fights and bullies, of which we're going to get a earful via another ensemble guest episode! 

To hear on Stitcher, click here!

To hear on iTunes, click here!

To hear on Spotify, click here!

We're back in Evansville, Indiana getting a tour of an long-gone electrical motor shop where the characters, life lessons and laughs were plentiful. 

To hear on Stitcher, click here!

To hear on iTunes, click here!

To hear on Spotify, click here!

There's so many charities and government programs that might give some aid but in the process foster dependency or encourage fraud. One organization has become successful of helping some of the most hopeless folks transform themselves and escape the cycles of drugs, poverty and low expectations. Peggy Gardner of Greater Faith Community Action Corporation shares both stories of failure and success but some of the formulas they've found that works. Mrs. Gardner also shares what happens when a black woman decides to have breakfast with klansmen. 

To hear on Stitcher, click here!

To hear on iTunes, click here!

To hear on Spotify, click here!

Educator Derek Luptak lets us ride sidecar in alongside Ulysses and his crew as he gets in a tangle with cyclops, sirens, goddesses, bad weather, time, terrible decisions, just to name a few. In the process we learn about heroes, home, cancel culture, Oh Brother Where Art Thou?, Juana Rosa Pita and so much more.  

(Penelope by Matt Andrews)

To hear on Stitcher, click here!

To hear on iTunes, click here!

To hear on Spotify, click here!

- Older Posts »