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U-turns Permitted

Norman Viss/Trinity Church

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U-turns are permitted in life. We grow, change, fail and succeed. We believe that God is there, that He loves us and will bring us safely through whatever life throws our way. That's why we can make u-turns when necessary with confidence and not fear. This podcast is sponsored by Trinity Christian Reformed Church in Broomall, Pa.
 
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EIP is back this week with another big review episode! But before that, Matt helps break down the big Microsft acquisition of Activision Blizzard. What does it mean for the gaming industry moving forward and how will Sony answer back? Then the team reviews the latest MCU series, Hawkeye. What makes it possibly the best MCU series to date, and why d…
 
Fall of 2021 brought a slew of brand new and returning first-person shooters to the next generation of consoles. The team welcomes friends of the show Josh Stolarski and Scott Spurgeon to EIP for our first-ever First Person Shooter roundtable as they talk Halo Infinite, Call of Duty, Destiny 2, and much more. Josh sticks around as Brittany, Julian,…
 
Today we look (quickly!) at the first 3 chapters of Deuteronomy. Moses looks back on the last 40 years of history, and relates both the good and the bad of Israel's past. "The more honest we are in telling the stories of our ancestors in the web, the more we will be able to understand ourselves and the possibilities carried in our emotional DNA for…
 
Season five of Everything is Permitted is finally here! First, we see just how deep the rabbit hole goes…again as Brittany, Matt, and Julian review The Matrix Resurrections. Then, there’s No Way Home for Peter Parker as we review the final film in the current Tom Holland-led Spidey trilogy! Plus, the Permitted Minute, some odds and ends, and much m…
 
Today we begin a 12-week sermon series on the Book of Deuteronomy, the 5th and final book of the Pentateuch. Israel stands on the verge of entering Canaan after 40 years of wandering in the wilderness. As Walter Brueggemann says: "Deuteronomy looks both backward to rootage and forward to crisis, and interprets at the precise place where rootage and…
 
Today we read Jeremiah 31:7-14, together with churches all over the world (a lectionary reading). How do we live when things for which we long so desperately don't happen? When promises don't come true? When it seems like nothing is going well for us?Norman Viss/Trinity Church による
 
Today, the day after Christmas, we look at the trip the Magi took to worship the newborn king. Why did they undertake that journey? For what/whom were they longing? Their trip took discipline and commitment over a long period of time. Do we have the same longing for a new world and the same commitment to, as Eugene Peterson put it, a "long obedienc…
 
On this Christmas Eve we consider the shepherds, living their lives in the field outside Bethlehem, who hear the gospel - the good news - that today a Savior is born, who is Christ the Lord. They decide to go quickly, with haste, to see and meet him. Will you do the same?Norman Viss/Trinity Church による
 
In the Season 6 finale, Dr. Colleen Hacker once again returns to the Laughter Permitted party to discuss aspirational challenges, the power of choice and what she'd like members of the Dope Village to take with them into 2022. As an authority on the psychology of peak performance, Dr. Hacker is a master of making complex concepts digestible, relata…
 
Today we conclude our Advent series on Lamentations. How do we Lament without turning in on ourselves and becoming hopelessly and helplessly self-centered, sinking into a pit of despair? Lamentations shows us how to turn lament into a work of justice and resisting of evil. And leads us to Jesus, Word become flesh, who dwelt among us, full of grace …
 
Award-winning sports journalist Malika Andrews joins Laughter Permitted to talk about her role as host of ESPN's NBA Today, reporting from inside the NBA bubble during the 2020 season and how the experience helped propel her career forward. Malika is also open about adversity she faced in her adolescence, and how she credits her college best friend…
 
Today we look at Lamentations 3, words spoken and penned by a Man (3:1), a man defined differently than the regular use of the word "man". This is a strong man, a man of valor. He expresses his afflictions and troubles, and then speaks out the only hopeful words in the book of Lamentations: God's faithfulness is new every morning.…
 
South Carolina basketball coach Dawn Staley joins Laughter Permitted to talk about her new $22.4 million contract, her purpose as a coach and the story behind giving pieces of the 2017 national championship net to Black coaches across the country. Stay tuned as Dawn and Julie bond over a mutual love -- their dogs. Swaggy once again makes her presen…
 
This is the 2nd Sunday of Advent 2021. We read portions of the 2nd chapter of Lamentations, and hear the narrator accuse God of bringing disaster down upon Jerusalem and her inhabitants. God is blamed unequivocably - but in accusing him, the people hold on to him, and "in that holding they clear space for new ways to meet God” (O'Connor pg. 123). M…
 
Holocaust survivor, psychologist and bestselling author Dr. Edith Eger joins Laughter Permitted to talk about her life and bestselling book, "The Choice: Embrace the Possible." Dr. Eger, 94, recounts the words her mother told her that helped her survive the Auschwitz concentration camp, discusses her own healing journey and encourages everyone to c…
 
This is the first Sunday of Advent, 2021. We are looking at the book of Lamentations as we awaiting the coming of the Christ-child. Today is the introduction and a look at Chapter 1, which focuses on Jerusalem's lack of someone to comfort her in her distress.Norman Viss/Trinity Church による
 
In a special bonus episode of Laughter Permitted, Julie talks with Meghann Burke, Executive Director of the National Women's Soccer League Players Association, and Andrea Brimmer, Chief Marketing and PR Officer of Ally, about the partnership they have formed to enact positive change for the players of the NWSL.…
 
Get ready for a jolt of joy as Olympic gold medalist wrestler Tamyra Mensah Stock joins Laughter Permitted. Tamyra shares how she quickly rose in the sport of wrestling despite a late start, how tragedy has shaped her perspective on life and why fun is a key component to her success as an athlete. Julie’s dog Swaggy makes a strong showing during th…
 
"Dreams Are Messages From the Deep..." It's a very special edition of Everything is Permitted, as the team reviews the highly anticipated Dune adaptation from the visionary director, Denis Villeneuve. Join the team as they break everything from the film down, from it being a faithful adaptation of Frank Herbert's novel, the scale and scope, to the …
 
Olympic gold medalist hockey player Hilary Knight joins Laughter Permitted to talk about the U.S. going for back-to-back gold at the upcoming Winter Olympics, her new NHL gig with ESPN and what she sees for the future of women's hockey. And get this. After building a home gym during quarantine, Hilary shares how she needed something else to pursue,…
 
The Eternals, a race of immortal beings with superhuman powers who have secretly lived on Earth for thousands of years, reunite to battle the evil Deviants. Join Julian, Matt, and Brittany on a journey through what is possibly Marvel's most ambitious film yet, Eternals. The EIP teams talk about why the movie isn't hitting with critics, Disney final…
 
Today we look at Jesus as “The Way”. Diana makes the point that a theme in western Christian Evangelicalism is that this verse carries a strong exclusionary message. Diana gently but clearly counters that idea, emphasizing that the context of this verse indicates that it is a verse of comfort and promise, not exclusion, threat or weapon.…
 
Get ready to be inspired to go after your big goal in life! NYC Marathon champion and Olympic medalist Shalane Flanagan joins Laughter Permitted to share the stories behind running six World Major Marathons in six weeks -- each in under three hours -- and what drove her to take on the challenge, dubbed "Project Eclipse." Shalane talks about the inc…
 
In No Time To Die, Bond has left active service and is enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica. His peace is short-lived when his old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA turns up asking for help. The mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist turns out to be far more treacherous than expected, leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with da…
 
Olympic gold medalists and beach volleyball team Alix Klineman and April Ross (a.k.a. The A-Team!) join Laughter Permitted to talk about the hilarious backstory of how they became partners (it involves Stagecoach and an errant text), the moment they knew their partnership could work and how their shared perfectionist mentality is effective for them…
 
Olympic gold medalist volleyball player Jordan Larson and legendary college softball coach and high performance consultant Sue Enquist join Laughter Permitted to discuss how the U.S. national volleyball team developed its team culture en route to gold at the Tokyo Olympics. Jordan shares how Sue came to work with the team, and both talk about the s…
 
In the Season 6 premiere, two-time NCAA champion, four-time WNBA champion and five-time Olympic gold medalist Sue Bird joins the Laughter Permitted party. Sue shares what she did when she felt a plateau in her career, how she doesn’t set individual goals and lives by an 80/20 approach. She also talks about what it was like winning a fifth gold meda…
 
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