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Our Ancient Future Story: Navigating Scripture Through The Eyes of Family. We as Christ followers, are children of God, co-heirs with Christ, adopted into God’s family, but now that we are in the family of God there is an Ancient Future story that we need to learn to tell us all about this Amazing family we are now a part of. And we need to know this story. Throughout this podcast we will open the pages of history and step back in time to recount and relive our story. We will walk with famil ...
 
Small Town America is a podcast dedicated to the histories, folklore and futures of the communities that deserve more attention in this big-city world. Hosts include Henry Miller, Hannah Mills, and Nick Nolan. New episodes are uploaded every other Friday. Keep up to date with new episodes and links to some of the stories we talk about by following us on facebook. facebook.com/smalltownbigstory
 
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This episode is about the story of Isaac and Rebekah's children Jacob and Esau. This story picks up about 20 years after our last story. Jacob and Esau were legendary rivals as kids but grew up to be nations at odds. But throughout the story we see God's faithfulness to Abraham's family.Vic による
 
In this week's episode we discuss the meet cute and marriage arrangement of Abraham's Son Isaac and Rebecca. We ended last time with Abraham’s reconciliation with God. Yahweh provided a lamb for sacrifice and established an atonement for the broken relationship. But today we pick up almost 15 years later. Isaac is a young man now, Sarah has died, a…
 
This is a story that most people who grew up in and around church have heard many times. But it has always fascinated me, because it is so shocking that God would make Abraham wait 25 years for this promised son, and then a few years later ask him to give him up? It doesn’t make sense. Why would God do that? We will discuss these questions and more…
 
In this episode we tell the story of the birth of Isaac. It has been 25 years since God first promised Abraham a son and today we are going to see God come through on his promise! It was a long wait, and Abraham wasn’t perfect along the way, as we discussed a couple episodes ago. But God, still reached out in love and redemption to give Abraham wha…
 
In this episode with discuss the 2nd part of God's Covenant with Abram. We see Abram and Sarai's name to Abraham and Sarah. We will see that this chapter is the beginning of God's redemptive plan and how Abraham and Sarah's descendants have a part to play in it.Vic による
 
In this week's episode we discuss the story of Abram, Hagar, and the birth of Ishmael. We discuss how this story falls between the two covenant chapters, and how this story affects the covenant that God made with Abram. In this story we see how Abram's decision to listen to Sarai over God would change the world forever. Abram's children become two …
 
Today we are talking about covenants. Specifically, the Abrahamic Covenant that God establishes with Abram. A covenant is like a contract between two parties. Today, 2021 a contract is made by signing an agreement and possibly a handshake. But back in Abram’s time covenants were made by sacrificing an animal. This was a sacred act and used only for…
 
Nearly 300 years of European exploration of the present day California coast fell short of finding the elusive Humboldt Bay. On May 13th, 1950, a settlement was founded on its shore. They called it “Eureka,” a Greek word meaning “I have found it!”Conflict, violence, ghosts, and a historically seedy underbelly, Eureka is now a lively seaport town br…
 
The tiny town of Wallace, Idaho may only have less than 800 residents, but its history could fill an entire book. Settled as a regional center for the miners of northern Idaho, its quick population rise was closely followed by disasters and conflicts that all but defined the community. Though the town saw gradual departure of its residents througho…
 
Moab, Utah might seem like a typical western town - surrounded by desert and brimming with tales of classic cowboys like Butch Cassidy, it's easy to overlook the town's complexities. But, Moab has a vibrant and important history. Despite being nestled between two extraordinary national parks, this exceptional town has more than meets the eye. This …
 
This week Hannah and Henry discuss the fascinating town of Telluride, Colorado. Featuring interviews with Mayor Sean Murphy, and Pepper Raper of the Telluride Historical Museum, learn about the human and geographic history, and the contemporary character of yet another incredible American small town. Music includes: Smuggler's Blues, Glenn FreyDanc…
 
A continuation of the first interview with this Portland native of nearly a century. In this segment he goes into his friendship with Portland's beloved and notorious mayor, Bud Clark, as well as providing his unique and cherished perspective on many other things that have made this city special. ...Born in Portland in 1928 on April Fools Day, Dona…
 
Nestled in the valley below the majestic Teton Mountain Range, Jackson, Wyoming is arguably one of the most beautiful places in America. Access to skiing, snowboarding, rock climbing, river surfing, and much more has made Jackson a destination for adventurers from around the world. But Jackson's contemporary fame doesn't overshadow the extensive na…
 
In Taos, New Mexico it's not hard to recognize how history has been woven into its modern identity. From the enduring significance of the Taos Puebloan culture to the vibrant arts and environmental influences, Taos survives as a rarity in modern America. Listen to this week's episode to learn about the fascinating history and way of life in this am…
 
Founded in 1711 after numerous failed colonization attempts by Europeans, Beaufort, South Carolina experienced slow growth due to numerous conflicts with native tribes and threats of Spanish invasion. Initially the economy was supported by ship building, but after it established a slave society, it served as an elite center for the Lowcoutry plante…
 
St. Augustine was founded in 1565 by Spanish Conquistador Pedro Menéndez de Avilés, making it the oldest continuously inhabited city in the country. The city of less than 14,500 people is now a popular tourist destination with a distinct and enduring history. In this episode we discuss its founding, it's role in the Civil War, how it impacted the C…
 
Developed along the Umatilla River, Pendleton, Oregon was incorporated on October 25, 1880. By 1900 the town had grown to be the fourth largest in Oregon and soon became known nationally for the Pendleton Woolen Mills and the Pendleton Roundup. To this day the residents take pride in their history and work hard to preserve their traditions.Listen t…
 
Butte, Montana, once called "The Richest Hill in the World" due to its mineral wealth, is also known for its rich and riveting history. Settled in 1864 as a mining camp, the town soon attracted investments from the wealthy east coast elite, and by the turn of the 20th century was the largest city between Chicago and San Francisco. Increased product…
 
This was one of the first episodes we recorded and it is by far one of the most important to us: Born in Portland in 1928 on April Fools Day, Donald Stark has witnessed not only the drastic changes within in city, but throughout the country. A Grant High School graduate, he attended the first Portland State University, located in what was once the …
 
Small Town America has been so thrilled to be able to produce shows that the listeners appreciate. Much of our being able to do so comes from the feedback we get. Whether it be suggestions on towns we should cover, things we've mispronounced or misrepresented, personal stories, or otherwise, we want to hear it all and use it to do our best to repre…
 
Nestled in the Salish Sea between the state of Washington and the nation of Canada lays an archipelago known as the San Juan Islands. The 172 named islands and reefs have been a magnet for human habitation for millennia with history ranging from the invention of early fishing techniques, to becoming the site of a notoriously humorous "war." The San…
 
Compton, California was incorporated in 1887 with fewer than 600 residents. The city of now over 97,500 has since experienced a devastating earthquake, racially charged police violence, riots, corruption, the formation of a music genre, and has been home to and the inspiration for numerous artists, athletes, and political figures. But there's much …
 
Seemingly alone, the town of Burns sits on the vast lava plains of Oregon that date back millions of years. This ranch and logging town was undisturbed, other than by the harsh winters and sometimes sweltering summers, until they gained national recognition in 2016 for the Bundy brothers and their occupation at the nearby Malheur National Wildlife …
 
Ashland, Oregon, known for its idyllic beauty and world renowned Shakespeare Festival, has been one of Oregon's most popular tourist destinations for almost a century. This eccentric town has attracted people from all walks of life including Hollywood actors and directors, authors, artists, and businessmen. It's hard to believe that all its fame de…
 
Oregon's original capital and the last stop on the Oregon Trail, Oregon City has a long and compelling history. Established in 1829 by the Hudson's Bay Company, in 1844 it became the first U.S. city west of the Rocky Mountains to be incorporated. Aside from many of Oregon's historical figures with roots there, it is also home to the Oregon City Mun…
 
Fort Astoria was founded as the first permanent US settlement this side of the Rocky Mountains in 1811 by the American Fur Company, which was owned by famous New York millionaire John Jacob Astor. However, the British took control from 1813-1818 and Fort Astoria was renamed Fort George. It came back into American hands during the “Oregon Country” p…
 
It seemed unlikely that the United States, which was squeezed between unfriendly Spanish colonies to the South and even more unfriendly British colonies to the north, would manage to cross the vast plains of the Midwest, the treacherous Rockies, and the high deserts of the Great Basin with enough settlers to establish a new State. And yet as early …
 
The John Day Fossil beds hold testament to 44 million years of plant and animal life and present visitors with some of the most stunning geological features in the country. Hillsides formed over millions of years appear painted with blood red and blue-green stripes, while rocky bluffs tower over sweeping ranchlands and meandering valleys.…
 
When US explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark arrived in October of 1805, the residents of the area spoke Sahaptian and Chinookian, and lived in wooden plank lodges roofed with bark. Clark referred to the area as the “Great Mart”, as it was teeming with traders hocking baskets, boxes, furs, seashells, and precious blue beads.…
 
While the small town is home to just 16,000, its presence makes a considerable impression on new visitors. The largest bay in Oregon, the largest airport and the largest hospital on the Oregon coast are all squeezed into about 15 square miles. But it makes sense that Coos Bay would be home to the largest town on the Oregon coast, as this part of th…
 
The geography of China, with an overview of the Shang dynasty and introducing the Zhou dynasty. Vocabulary includes: Huang He, Mongolia, Chang Jiang, Yellow Sea, Yuan River, Gobi, South China Sea, Xia Dynasty, Shang Dynasty, Anyang, Pictographs, Zhou Dynasty, Mandate of Heaven, Filial Piety, Silk, ancestor veneration Download this podcast…
 
A brief overview of the Mogul Dynasty of India. Also contains some material on the British colonial overtures in India in the 18th century. Vocabulary includes: Mogul, Babur, Akbar, Zamindar, Jahangir, Shah Jahan, Taj Mahal, Aurengzeb, East India Company, Sir Robert Clive. Download this podcast.Ken Campbell による
 
A brief introduction to Timur Lenk, the Sultanate of Delhi and the period of time after the Gupta Dynasty but prior to the Mogul takeover of India. Vocabulary includes: Ghazni, Mahmud of Ghazni, rajputs, Samarkand, Timur Lenk, Moguls, Dandin. Download this episode.Ken Campbell による
 
A very brief overview of the Mauryas and the Guptas, with an even briefer description of the Kushan Kingdom. Vocabulary includes: Chandragupta Maurya, Asoka Maurya, Silk Road, Kushans, nomadic warriors, Huns, Chadragupta, Samudragupta, Chandragupta II, Aryabhata, Patiliputra. Download this podcastKen Campbell による
 
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