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Welcome aboard the R.I.N. Starstrider. This is your captain speaking. You are listening to an audio drama about five humans and an AI trying to find home. Captain Harris is here to complete her mission and keep her crew in one piece. First Mate Casana is here because it sounds like an adventure and hey, why not? Dr. Armstrong is here because… well, don’t ask her or she might rip your head off. Gabriel Grey is here because he likes machines a lot more than people. Darcey Eldridge is here beca ...
 
A podcast discussing and documenting the challenges and successes we've had, as parents of a micro preemie. Our daughter, Talley, was born 15 weeks early and spent 89 days in the NICU. Nobody can be prepared for a premature arrival, and we were no exception. We're here to discuss our experiences, answer questions, and share success stories and setbacks as well. Welcome! Please subscribe and like, and share if you're so inclined. If you have a question or a story, you can comment or message o ...
 
Welcome! We are Iyabo and Jennifer, denizens of Atlanta, and the world. Please join us on a Pilgrimage, inward and outward. Join us in some quality reflection and productive discussion around themes and topics we are living in today and dive deep into profound, larger questions as well.
 
A possibly fictionalised account by the comic novelist Jerome K. Jerome of a trip to Germany that he undertook with a friend in order to see the famous Passion Play at Oberammergau. The journey takes in London, Dover, Ostend, Cologne, Munich, Oberau, Oberammergau and then back to London via Heidelberg. As one might expect from the author of 'Three Men in a Boat', much goes wrong along the way, including seasickness, strange food, stranger beds, misleading guidebooks, bewildering train timeta ...
 
Our Newly Launched Patreon to support the show: www.patreon.com/gamingpilgrimagepodcast Send your questions to GamingPilgrimagePodcast@gmail.com or post them on the GamingPilgrimPC Twitter Page to have them answered on the podcast. The Gaming Pilgrimage Podcast is three friends talking about whatever is on our minds about video games, anime and other pop culture. Episodes go up every Wednesday. Viewer Discretion is Advised Banner/Logo/Characters by VirizeArt - Link: www.virize.tumblr.com Int ...
 
Move beyond the debate format and engage in meaningful and knowledgeable conversations about life’s greater mysteries and dilemmas. Jeremy Kocal blasts off on a personal voyage to re-examine the defining beliefs and influences of his life, inviting familiar and new perspectives from ALL walks and worldviews.
 
Welcome to the Holistic Pilgrimage Podcast. Here, Amy Lynn interviews guests to discuss their own uniquely personal and conscious path to health, which includes functional plant-based nutrition, healthy lifestyle habits, personal development, and mindfulness. This podcast focuses specifically on the personal journeys, experiences, and perspectives of each person interviewed. In addition, conversations with professionals in dietetics and holistic nutrition about particular health topics will ...
 
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This is the first episode in a new miniseries, where Michael, Greg, Matthew, and Jud Lake team up to discuss some new episodes from a popular podcast (Cultish) which made some serious criticism of Adventism. The gang shares some frustrations, hopes, and what it feels like to be called a "cult." Future episodes will dive deeper into the Cultish epis…
 
Michael and Greg talks about more fun in the archives: including some recent finds about the 1919 Bible Conference, the first Adventist history textbook, a rogue missionary, and more! What? Adventist Pilgrimage Podcast is a monthly podcast focusing on the academic side of Adventist history and hosted by historians Greg Howell and Michael Campbell. …
 
Mike and Stephanie discuss this year's Christmas holiday season. They compare this year with Talley, seeing lights, opening presents, visiting relatives, and enjoying what is basically her first, with her actual first and baby's first Christmases in general. Download the video to watch from YouTube using this link: https://youtu.be/z6ndOdEFY2M…
 
Matthew and Greg sit down with Dr Jud Lake, professor at Southern Adventist University, to talk to him about his new podcast and welcome him to the podcasting family! The What: The Adventist History Project is a collection of resources designed to give people a working knowledge of Adventist history. Links: Web http://adventisthistorypodcast.org/ S…
 
Greg talks about the SDA Reform Movement and has a chat with AI Ellen White to explore the role of technology and history. What? Adventist Pilgrimage Podcast is a monthly podcast focusing on the academic side of Adventist history and hosted by historians Greg Howell and Michael Campbell. This podcast is a part of the Adventist History_Project. Link…
 
Greg Howell is back with Michael Campbell as the team interviews David Trim (Director, GC Archives, Statistics, and Research) and Dragoslava Santrac (Managing Editor, ESDA) about the Encyclopedia of Seventh-day Adventists. What? Adventist Pilgrimage Podcast is a monthly podcast focusing on the academic side of Adventist history and hosted by histor…
 
Francesca Mylod-Ford (creator of The Pilgrimage Saga) and Emily Hancock have once again teamed up to bring you a final round of episodes for the award-finalist audio comedy H.G. Wells Has His Regrets! Like classical authors? Like time travel shenanigans? Like learning new things every episode? Then this is absolutely the show for you. Check out the…
 
Michael Campbell joins Matthew Lucio and Kevin Burton and together they visit the Seventh Day Baptist General Conference and chat with Rev. Nicholas J. Kersten, director of education and history, about the intersections between SDA and SDB history. Hilarity ensues. NOTE: This same episode can also be found in the Adventist History Extra podcast. Wh…
 
Stephanie and Mike discuss Talley's grade 4 brain bleeds she was determined to have hours after being born, and the roller coaster ride of MRI scans, surgery, and waiting that came after. That ride has continued beyond the NICU, as we will go into. Thanks for following along, and please subscribe and like or share! #TeamTalley…
 
Greg gets the month off while Michael talks about his basement discoveries and the importance of keeping historical records. What? Adventist Pilgrimage Podcast is a monthly podcast focusing on the academic side of Adventist history and hosted by historians Greg Howell and Michael Campbell. This podcast is a part of the Adventist History Project. Li…
 
Stephanie and I will sit down with our oldest daughter, Nevaeh, to discuss her thoughts and feelings about her baby sister coming home after being in the NICU for 89 days. Due to Covid restrictions, Stephanie and I were the only ones who were allowed in the hospital, so nobody got to meet her until she got home. Nevaeh was 10 at the time, and has a…
 
First episodes are always tough. Where to begin? We wanted to start with some back story on Talley and her NICU stay last year. We'll go more into her post NICU time and our experiences with her in future episodes. Welcome and please let us know what you think, ask a question you'd like an answer to, or share a story. Also like and subscribe!…
 
Michael and Greg travel to Pacific Union College to talk with Dr. James Wibberding, chair of the department of religion and Adventist historian. Dr. Wibberding taught a fantastic course on the women of Adventist history and shares some stories with us - but he also knows how to have a good time in a cemetery. What? Adventist Pilgrimage Podcast is a…
 
Thank you all so much for being such fantastic listeners! If you'd like to support the show by donating, please click here for our IndieGoGo Campaign! https://igg.me/at/YeCabsvieBk/x/29532103#/ WEBSITE: www.thepilgrimagesaga.wordpress.com FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/The-Pilgrimage-Saga-289623335141869 TWITTER: https://twitter.com/pilgrimagep…
 
Matthew J. Lucio joins Michael as a guest co-host to talk about how Adventist missionaries in Nanking barely escaped the onset of the Chinese civil war in 1927. What? Adventist Pilgrimage Podcast is a monthly podcast focusing on the academic side of Adventist history and hosted by historians Greg Howell and Michael Campbell. This podcast is a part …
 
Link to our IndieGoGo crowdfunding campaign HERE: https://igg.me/at/YeCabsvieBk/x/29532103#/ SEASON TWO FINALE: Once the aftershocks of the explosion have finished rippling through the ship, it’s up to Acting Captain Casana to take command. When they find Harris injured amidst the wreckage, it becomes clear that to treat her, they have to somehow r…
 
A funeral is held. Darcey spills her guts, Sascha could use a hug, and Armstrong experiences… emotions (ugh). But time is ticking by, and soon a question must be answered: do they have what it takes to save the Starstrider from certain doom? Content warning: This episode contains depictions of death and mourning, and explosion SFX. The Pilgrimage S…
 
Michael and Greg offer a behind-the-scenes look at Michael's 1922 book and how Adventists were shaped by their times in ways they were not aware of. What? Adventist Pilgrimage Podcast is a monthly podcast focusing on the academic side of Adventist history and hosted by historians Greg Howell and Michael Campbell. This podcast is a part of the Adven…
 
Having escaped from their prisons, the crew have to come up with a plan – and fast. Meanwhile, Commander Schuul is in a bad mood, Michael is in way over his head, and Private Cardish is in great need of some advice. Content warning: This episode contains gun violence/gunshots, physical violence, and threats. The Pilgrimage Saga is a UK-based podcas…
 
Trapped together with an uncertain fate, the Starstrider crew have no choice but to socialise. Harris and Gabriel face down an enemy. Sascha and Darcey face down each other. Armstrong and Saph… argue. (It’s what they’re best at.) Content warning – This episode contains the following: Restraints. Imprisonment. Gun violence. Threats. Emotional abuse.…
 
Michael and Greg talk about the origins of what is known as "last generation theology." Buckle up for this one. What? Adventist Pilgrimage Podcast is a monthly podcast focusing on the academic side of Adventist history and hosted by historians Greg Howell and Michael Campbell. This podcast is a part of the Adventist History Network. Links: Web http…
 
Saph receives an upgrade, and isn’t best pleased with the results. Sascha, Harris and Armstrong get cosy. Meanwhile, Gabriel is feeling paranoid… Content warning – This episode contains the following: Emotional abuse. Threats. Gun noises. Mentioned: Electroconvulsive therapy (CDT). The Pilgrimage Saga is a UK-based podcast by Starstrider Production…
 
CHAIKA is a tale of loss, isolation and hope, about a woman navigating a post-apocalyptic future. Season 1 will release sometime in 2022. Find out more https://y2kpod.com/chaika/ 2089 Earth is silent. Chaika leaves the moonbase where she was born in search of… someone… anyone. Is she the only human left? Chaika is written, produced, directed and na…
 
I had the absolute JOY of sitting down with Scott Erickson who's an incredible artist, speaker and creative curate. We covered a lot of ground in our conversation such as navigating an evolving faith, developing a visual language and learning to say yes to our own stories.You've probably seen Scott's incredible art on IG but if not:https://www.inst…
 
The latest conversation to drop is with Zoe Clarke-Coats, who amongst many things is a grief specialist. Aquatinted closely with suffering, she is a guide for us upon the tricky terrain of loss and gives incredibly helpful (and hopeful) language for that which is so hard to speak of. Follow Zoe: @Zoeadelle | @sayinggoodbye_charity Join The Pilgrima…
 
How do you hold your own when everything around you feels like it's falling down? I chopped it up with my brother Mike McGlynn for the latest instalment in our conversations series. Mike is a husband, a father, pastor and a creative juggernaut. He's got a voice and message that I think our generation need and I'm so happy to share this conversation…
 
Yes my friends! Okay, you're in for a treat with this one. I sat down with my friend Ruth Naomi Floyd who is an exceptional songwriter, Jazz composer and singer and the first African American woman to serve as Founding Director of a university jazz program in the United States. We cover a lot of ground in this chat from the power of beauty to the i…
 
I had the honour of (virtually) sitting down with John Mark Mcmillan. Not only a songwriter and lyrical mastermind, but John Mark also seems to speak prophetically into our times, each time his new record drops, with poetic depth and honest care for his listeners. We cover a lot of terrain in this conversation and I can't wait to hear what you thin…
 
Happy New Year! While Greg is galavanting in Africa, Michael sits down with Dr. Christie Chow to talk about her book, Schism: Seventh-day Adventism in Post-Denominational China.Purchase the book here. What?Adventist Pilgrimage Podcast is a monthly podcast focusing on the academic side of Adventist history and hosted by historians Greg Howell and Mi…
 
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