Sermons by Mosaic Church Halifax
The Tideline is an arts and culture podcast hosted by Tara Thorne, headquartered in Halifax, showcasing in-depth interviews with the city's artists, entertainers, and people about town.
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A local history podcast about the town of Halifax, UK presented by Cuthbert Spittles.
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Welcome to The Discover Halifax Podcast. A podcast that highlights the unique and unparalleled local expertise, innovation, and infrastructure of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Your host Paul Bailey will interview local experts and global leaders about Life Sciences, Natural Resources, Aerospace, Oceans and Technology. Learn why Halifax is the smart city to host your conference, delegates, and clients. If you’re an event or meeting planner, an association or corporate group this is the Podcas ...
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Leading From Behind is a podcast about the practice of solution focused therapy. Available on the 15th and 30th of each month, the podcast is directed toward helping professionals with an interest in developing their knowledge and skills in solution focused practice.
It’s a great night in Halifax. Jim picks up a mic, hits the streets, and interviews anyone who will talk on camera about the city or anything else he comes up with.
NOVA is Latin for NEW. We are in Halifax, NOVA Scotia and NOVA Church is all about the NEW hope, plan, joy, community and life following Jesus’s promises. We meet Sunday’s 10am at The Bella Rose Theatre of Halifax West High School in Clayton Park, Halifax. For more infomation please visit www.novachurch.ca
This podcast will put a smile on your face, and a pep in your step. I'm sure you can remember a time when you've laughed so hard that you just have a permanent smile on your face. That gives you the feeling that nothing can rain on your parade. That's the feeling we're striving to create in you with this improv podcast.Listen to an episode or two, and experience the power of laughter.Subscribe to Hilarious Halifax so you can laugh along with us in the next episode.
Halifax Is Burning : Interviews is a podcast that shines a spotlight on feature length conversations with musicians, artists, and interesting people from Canada's East Coast and beyond. Halifax Is Burning is a radio show dedicated to promoting the best in Atlantic Canadian music. Airing Tuesdays on CKDU 88.1FM in Halifax, NS at 6:30pm, the show was named Music Nova Scotia's Radio Program of the Year for the last five years and won the East Coast Music Award for Media Outlet of the Year in bo ...
1 Corinthians 6:1–11 (NIV) 1 If any of you has a dispute with another, do you dare to take it before the ungodly for judgment instead of before the Lord’s people? 2 Or do you not know that the Lord’s people will judge the world? And if you are to judge the world, are you not competent to judge trivial……
As the Olympics kick off in Tokyo, we hear from Charlene Weaving, a professor of Human Kinetics at St. Francis Xavier University, about the sexualization of women competing in the games.
Dana Beeler leads the rock band Hello Delaware, has her hands in all facets of the music industry—just last week she returned to Music Nova Scotia after a year at CKDU—and hates the patriarchy. She and Tara are from the same town (Lantz, it's the worst) so after some rage-tinged nostalgia about adolescence they'll get into post-pandemic perspective…
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We hear from T Thomason and Katie Clarke about their new video which highlights how members of the LGTBQ community coped during the COVID-19 pandemic and found joy along the way.
Keonté Beals drops by to talk about the role faith can play in addressing mental health challenges. He's been talking to some other young African Nova Scotians about their determination to think proactively about their own mental wellness.
The former Dartmouth South candidate for the Nova Scotia Liberals says the party dropped her from the ticket over boudoir photos she had already disclosed. Now, critics are calling out the party for sexism and double standards. We hear from Eleanor Beaton and Donna McCarthy about what this means for people who want to get involved in leadership rol…
We hear from Jennifer Crawford of Windsor, N.S., who's combining two things they've loved since childhood: Moon Mist ice cream and wrestling. Their wrestling character, Moon Miss, will step into the ring in front of a crowd for the first time on July 30.
Todd Labrador, a canoe builder from Acadia First Nation, and Cheryl Simon, a quill artist from Abegweit First Nation on PEI, tell us what they're finding in the woods and why it worries them.
As we prepare to mark August 1, we hear from three young folks: Armon Jefferies, Adina Fraser Marsman and Kendra Sneddon-Gannon to hear what Emancipation Day means to them, and their hopes for the future.
When the Pothier family arrived at their cottage last week, they didn't expect to find a lost racing pigeon nestled into their front lawn. David Ottaway of the Central Nova Racing Pigeon Club explains what to do if a lost racing pigeon takes up residence at your place!
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One of the nation's most accomplished and celebrated opera singers headlines the Halifax Jazz Festival on Friday, performing a repertoire that celebrates Black women vocalists like Nina Simone and Sarah Vaughan. Measha Brueggergosman beams in from rural Nova Scotia to talk about the heart attack that set her back in 2019, the Measha Jazz record she…
Jeff Purdy, a keptin of the Grand Council of the Mi'kmaw Nation and an elected councillor with Acadia First Nation, spoke with host Jeff Douglas about the massive cultural importance of ancestral artifacts.
The Mainstreet Spinbusters, Barbara Emodi, Michelle Coffin and Chris Lydon, join host Jeff Douglas to set the stage for the upcoming provincial election, which is expected to be called at any time.
Mainstreet called up independent Nova Scotia Senator Wanda Thomas Bernard to ask about the cost of ignoring parts of our shared history, and the importance of creating "braver spaces."
Mainstreet spoke with Tasia McKenna, the program coordinator for Canadian Women & Sport, about the health and social benefits that girls may miss out on if they stay on the sidelines.
Professor Charmaine Nelson, the founding director of the Institute for the Study of Canadian Slavery at NSCAD University, returned to Mainstreet to talk about some of the ways Halifax benefited from the labour of enslaved people.
Dr. Ian MacKay, a geriatric psychiatrist, spoke with host Jeff Douglas after Mainstreet heard from a Nova Scotia woman who says she's "heartbroken" by the COVID-19 restrictions that remain in place for long-term care residents like her husband despite the province reopening.
Robert Wright, a member of the African Nova Scotian Decade for People of African Descent Coalition, spoke with host Jeff Douglas about the new provincially funded African Nova Scotian Justice Institute.
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We hear more about Pasi'tuek in the Annapolis Valley by meeting Cole Laird from Glooscap First Nation. Laird is the on-site manager and he's been tasked with protecting the newly discovered Mi'kmaw artifacts that date back thousands of years.
RCMP Sgt. Craig Smith's great-great-grandfather was a member of the No. 2 Construction Battalion, Canada's all-Black battalion. He tells us about a virtual commemorative ceremony that's taking place to honour members of the regiment. Smith will also be part of a federal public service event about Emancipation Day on July 29.…
Nova Scotia's summer theatre season was a complete wash in 2020, but through multiple waves, lockdowns, reopening phases, and restriction changes, the 2021 season is about to launch. Jesse MacLean stops by the studio to talk about Shakespeare By The Sea's unique programming approach to this summer (plus an update on the Chester Playhouse fire); Shi…
We continue our series about Pasi'tuek by meeting Kamden Nicholas from Pictou Landing First Nation. She's studying archeology at Memorial University in Newfoundland and part of a team that's discovering Mi'kmaw artifacts dating back thousands of years.
The first of three conversations with Cynthia Dorrington, the site manager at the Black Loyalist Heritage Centre in Shelburne, as we lead up to Nova Scotia's first Emancipation Day on Aug. 1.
As Nova Scotia prepares to mark its first Emancipation Day on Aug. 1, Mainstreet is trying to put some context around this event and learn more about what came before emancipation — namely slavery. Professor Charmaine Nelson, a Canada research chair and the founding director of the Institute for the Study of Canadian Slavery at NSCAD University, jo…
Robert Labradore, a 26-year-old from Glooscap First Nation, is part of a team searching for artifacts at Pasi'tuek in the Annapolis Valley.
"I didn't even know there were slaves in Yarmouth," says Sharon Robart-Johnson. Then she found documents about a murder in 1800, and the case haunted her. Her new book of historical fiction tells the story of Jude and her sister Diana. "Jude was stealing food because they were being starved," and her owners beat her to death. She speaks with host J…
Robin Hood is coming to a forest near Antigonish in a month from now. Host Jeff Douglas gets a preview from Director Andrea Boyd and Co-Writer Laura Teasdale, who also plays L'il Joan in "Robin Hood: The Great Escape."
PraiseDeep Water Church による
Luke 8:22–25 (NLT) 22 One day Jesus said to his disciples, “Let’s cross to the other side of the lake.” So they got into a boat and started out. 23 As they sailed across, Jesus settled down for a nap. But soon a fierce storm came down on the lake. The boat was filling with water, and they were in real……
A biblical exploration of the adversary to the Christian faithDeep Water Church による
Art Ross and Aaron Green comprise Pillow Fite, a brand-new duo that's managed to make waves with just one song and one show (in a pandemic no less!). An authentic mix of queerness, feelings, tasteful guitars, and empathetic arrangements has made the duo one to watch. They're in studio to talk about this grand accident of a band, its approach and ae…
Brennan Wilkie is on a pandemic mission: to find and record every missing or damaged street sign on the Halifax peninsula. Working alongside some new friends he made on the internet, they're more than halfway through.
Dr. Meghan Pike with the "For Teens Period" project talks about their effort to learn more about period poverty in Nova Scotia, and to advocate for free menstrual products in washrooms across the province.
As many of us were left speechless and immobilized in the face of the traumatic revelations out of Kamloops, Brandon and the Cowessess First Nation, Landyn Toney of Annapolis Valley First Nation chose action.
Jane Doucet's Fishnets & Fantasies follows the misadventures of a retired fisherman's wife and her adult toy shop aspirations in rural Nova Scotia.
Organizers Caitlyn Moore and Trevor Labrador tell us about a gathering that will be held at Peace and Friendship Park in Halifax to mark July 1.
Consecration and TransformationDeep Water Church による
Lawyer Rosalie Francis from Sipekne'katik First Nation says it's important to take pause on July 1 to reflect on Canada's relationship with Indigenous people. But she's also worried about the blowback Indigenous people may face from those who disagree with that sentiment.
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Felicity Corkum, a Grade 4 student at the one-room school on Big Tancook Island, and teaching principal Ellen Smith tell host Jeff Douglas about solving a very special case.
Confession and RepentanceDeep Water Church による
Warning: This interview contains distressing details. Gloria Johnson avoided residential school thanks to interventions by family members and Mi'kmaw elders. But she attended an Indian day school in Eskasoni for a decade.
High school students are coming to the end of their year with accolades, ceremonies and celebrations. We meet the valedictorian from a Millwood High School in Middle Sackville, Janelle Oliver Harris.