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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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This week on Top Chef, the contestants are given a quickfire by the man himself, Tom Colicchio, and it's a mushroom challenge! Find out who made the shroom shrine and why it's one of Karyn and Julian's favorite foods. Then, Chef Dale announces this week's challenge, a surf and turf test using game meats and lesser-used fish, and it's a double elimi…
 
WNBA champion and two-time Olympic gold medalist Candace Parker joins Laughter Permitted to talk about starting her 14th WNBA season for the Chicago Sky, what drives her and lessons she learned from Pat Summitt. Candace shares the best parts of being back in her hometown of Chicago -- it’s possible her mom has done some of her laundry -- and explai…
 
Today we look at the theme of "nationalism" as it appears in the Book of Acts. Probably not a theme you have associated with this book before. Willie James Jennings, in the chapter "The Death of Nationalist Fantasy" helps us understand that the earlier Jewish Christians were nationalists whose perspective had to change in the light of the Lordship …
 
EIP is back to its regularly scheduled programming as the show inches ever closer to episode 100! This week, we have a jam-packed episode. First, the team breaks down the Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings trailer. Then, celebrating the film's tenth anniversary a bit late, Julian, Matt, and Brittany take a look back at Scott Pilgrim vs. the …
 
On this week's edition of Top Chef Portland, the chefs were tasked with what we called a quickfire misfire: cooking with rose flavor. Who managed to come out on top with a dish that didn't overpower with flower power. Then, Richard Blais announces this week's Elimination Challenge: the Drive-In movie theater pop-up challenge. Which chefs got in on …
 
Arizona head basketball coach Adia Barnes joins Laughter Permitted to talk about her style as a coach, the “double middle finger moment” and what went into upsetting UConn in the semifinals. Along with sharing the realities of life inside the NCAA tournament bubble, Adia tells the full story of pumping breast milk during halftime of the national ch…
 
It took nearly 30 years, but it seems as if a full-fledged Mortal Kombat film series is on the horizon. Join Julian, Matt, and Brittany to see if Round 2 made this reboot of the franchise a winner. Also, how does the film compare to its 1996 predecessor? Were the fights worth the wait? And did flipping two of our favorite fighters' roles work in fa…
 
We have a new Captain America and that man is Sam Wilson. Join the EIP team as they review the season finale of Falcon and the Winter Soldier, as well as the series as a whole. What did the series do well? Where did it stumble? And most importantly, did it address and tackle the issue of race in a respectful and clear way? Julian, Matt, and Brittan…
 
This week on Top Chef Portland, the chefs head to one of the more beautiful parts of Oregon, the Fruit Loop. About an hour outside Portland heading towards Mount Hood, the scenery is gorgeous and the fruit ripe and sweet. How did the chefs do with no vegetables available in their culinary arsenal? Was the fruit challenge taken to heart? Plus, we ge…
 
Seven-time Grand Slam champion and 5-time Olympic medalist Venus Williams joins Laughter Permitted to talk about her fight for equal pay in tennis, where her entrepreneurial spirit comes from and what continues to drive her as player. Venus describes her bond with Serena and how Serena's daughter, Olympia, might be the most athletic in the family. …
 
Today we start a new sermon series on the book of Acts. We focus on the themes of Christian Community (God's Community) living in the midst of Empire. At that time it was the Roman Empire, today it is the empires of our modern world. Click here for a list of primary resources being used.Norman Viss/Trinity Church による
 
We're back after a week off, and the stakes have been raised with Bucky and Sam in episodes four and five of Falcon and the Winter Soldier. Is the series headed to a satisfying conclusion? Later, it's the return of Raiders of the Bargain Bin!! This month, Matt has finally, after a year of hype, shown Brittany and Julian Yor: The Hunter from the Fut…
 
The chefs take a tour of Portland this week, as both Kwame and Gregory take them to some of the Rose City's best Pan African restaurants. Later, the chefs are tasked with creating a dish inspired by all the amazing African food they sampled. Who took this challenge to heart and did any of the chefs, make their dishes "too white?" Plus, our first sp…
 
On this Easter, after a long "Holy Saturday" year of pandemic lockdown, we read Matthew 28:1-11 and meditate on Jesus' death and resurrection as a sabbath rest and the first day of the new creation, bringing hope to all. We cannot go back to "normal". Everything is now different.Norman Viss/Trinity Church による
 
Two-time world champion surfer Tyler Wright joins Laughter Permitted to talk about how a battle with a crippling virus led her to become an activist within the sport of surfing. Tyler gets candid about the lows she experienced while enduring two years with post-viral syndrome, and explains how she’s now using her platform as a top surfer to affect …
 
Top Chef Portland rolls along with its second episode, and this week, the show kicks off with a short-order quickfire challenge! Who gained immunity, and who didn't get their eggs on the plate? Later in the elimination challenge, it's the Battle of the Brews as Top Chef pits two of Portlands favorite beverages against each other, coffee and beer! W…
 
Veteran journalist and longtime CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin joins Laughter Permitted to talk all about her new book "Huddle." Brooke shares the inspiration behind writing her first book, breaks down the concept of a huddle and how women across the country are huddling to harness their collective power. Along with explaining the virtues of huddling --…
 
Falcon and the Winter Soldier has hit the halfway point, as Bucky and Sam break Zemo out of prison. What are the repercussions? Sharon Carter also makes her MCU return, the gang head to Madripoor, a very important X-Men location, and much more. We react to it all. Plus, Are You Still Watching? makes its return, as the crew talks the new Amazon Prim…
 
You know you got to go, go, go, GODZILLA! That's right, it's our Godzilla vs. Kong Review Special! Was the wait worth it as these two titans finally clashed? Was the human element in the film too much? And most importantly, who came out on top? Find out all the answers in our deep dive and review special! Become a Patron to get early access to segm…
 
EIP's Top Chef bonus pod is back with our review of Season 18 Episode 1 of Top Chef. The show is back in Portland with a new cast of Cheftestants and the surprise return of some familiar faces. We critique the Chopped-style group quick fire and blind tasting Game Bird elimination challenge, pick some early favorites and yell at contestants for brea…
 
Legendary softball pitcher and two-time Olympic medalist Cat Osterman joins Laughter Permitted to talk about how a silver medal at the 2008 Olympics impacted her life, and why she decided to come out of retirement for the 2020 Olympics. Cat shares her strategy for overcoming “mental mountains,” particularly in the past year with the pandemic and Ol…
 
We've reached the end of the line for season two of Snowpiercer, and the crew stayed up late to break it all down and live react to another amazing finale. The team also review the second episode of Marvel's Falcon and the Winter Soldier. How do they feel about the Flag Smashers? Do they have any sympathy for John Walker? Plus, the Suicide Squad tr…
 
Today we close the series "God, His Land and His People". We look at the two cities whose stories are told throughout the Bible: Babylon, the city of Empire, the great parasite, sucking the life out of the rural farms and peoples, and Jerusalem, designed to be a source of healing to the nations. And we are challenged to make clear, practical choice…
 
NFL official Sarah Thomas joins Laughter Permitted to talk all about making history as the first woman to officiate a Super Bowl...woot woot! She explains exactly what a "down judge" does -- it's next-level multitasking -- and tells the story of how being voted out of a church basketball league set her on the path to becoming a football official. P…
 
One chapter ends, and another one begins! As we say farewell to WandaVision, we open the door wide open for Falcon and the Winter Soldier to soar right in. What did the EIP crew think of the series premiere? Did it live up to the hype? Also, it's a double Snowpiercer review as the team head up train ahead of the two-hour season finale on March 29th…
 
A Review Special almost a year in the making, Zack Snyder's Justice League is finally here, and EIP brings you our review of the film. Should The Snyder Cut be considered the definitive version of Justice League? What was added and what was cut? Most importantly, did it live up to the hype? Find out on our Snyder Cut Review Special. Become a Patron…
 
In the Season 5 premiere, USWNT legend Abby Wambach returns to Laughter Permitted. Cue the crowd noise! As longtime teammates and friends, Abby and Julie share stories from their playing days and how Abby’s forehead potentially saved Julie’s marriage. Considered one of the greatest soccer players ever, Abby gets candid about how the challenging mom…
 
As we near the end of this series, we ask ourselves what it looks like to follow Jesus in our "sick society". The prophet Isaiah speaks of the "Anointed One", sent to proclaim good news to the poor, captive and oppressed, as well as all of creation. Jesus takes that thought up in His very first sermon in Luke 4, and in the Beatitudes of Matthew 5 p…
 
This week, EIP is back with another episode as the crew review Disney's latest release, Raya and the Last Dragon, as well as the latest episode of Snowpiercer Season 2. What did we think of the latest Disney animation installment? Did we finally see things from Melanie's point of view on Snowpiercer? Find out on Episode 91 of Everything is Permitte…
 
Today we take a brief look in outline at the Prophet Jeremiah and his ministry in a time of great distress and crisis on every side. We look at his recognition of the idolatry of God's People, his willingness to feel the loss deeply, and the claim he lays to hope.Norman Viss/Trinity Church による
 
WandaVision has run its course, leaving us with more questions than answers. Brittany, Matt, and Julian break it all down on this month's bonus podcast reviewing the entire season as well as the shocking finale. Where has The Vision gone? Is Agatha's story over? What will Wanda do now that she's embraced the title and powers of the Scarlet Witch, a…
 
We near the end as the penultimate episode of WandaVision raised the stakes in a major way! Once again, Brittany has all the details on Wanda, White Vision, and the Scarlet Witch. Meanwhile, Snowpiercer chugs along with another setup episode. And finally, it's the return of Raiders of the Bargain Bin as the team reviews the animated film The Book o…
 
Today Dan Kim walks us through the concept of "wise work" as opposed to "sloth". Sloth is an act of commission, surprisingly enough. Sloth is the refusal to act as neighbor and kin to other, including the failure to be responsible toward those who precede and follow us in this world and remaining inactive when action is necessary. The building of t…
 
On this fresh and icy edition of EIP, we discuss the big reveal on the latest episode of Wandavision. Plus, moves are being made, and trades are happening all across Snowpiercer's 1,034 cars. Who made headway in the Nigh Car this week? Andre? Wilford? Maybe Miss Audrey? Then, we celebrate one of our own, as The Master of Puns hosts, The Brittany Sh…
 
Today we look at the prophet Amos, who prophesied during a prosperous time in Israel, but a time that was characterized by economic injustice and wealth inequality, just like today. Amos not only pronounces the judgment of God, he foresees that even Nature itself will rise up against those who misuse and abuse God's people and His Land.…
 
On this Valentine's Day, love is on the ice as Snowpiercer hits us with another superb episode of television. Meanwhile, in Westview, Cupid's arrow is hitting its mark as Wanda and Vis celebrate Halloween, but all is not right in the outskirts of town as Vision discovers some spooky secrets. Plus, the team talks about the video game characters that…
 
Today we look at 1 Kings 21:1-29, the story of King Ahab and Naboth. This story is often used to admonish us not to be greedy or pout if we don't get our way. As laudable as that admonishment is, that is not what this story is about. It's about Empire grabbing and exploiting land. Ahab did it, and the culture which we come from, the Western Culture…
 
Another week, and another development in Westview. Meanwhile, on Snowpiercer, discoveries are made and we find out just how insane Mr. Wilford really is. The team also talk Golden Globe nominees, the Mass Effect Trilogy Legendary Edition, and much more. Segments: 16:19 - The Permitted Minute 18:49 - Odds & Ends: Golden Globe Nominees/Mass Effect Tr…
 
Today we look at the responsibility we all have to make the daily life choices necessary to maintain the dance of God, His Land and His People. The Book of Leviticus lays out what that meant for Israel in the land of Canaan in great detail. While the specific guidelines of Leviticus may not all be applicable to us today, the themes are: God dwells …
 
WandaVision continues to stun, as Snowpiercer's engine ignites once again. It's Episode 86 of Everything is Permitted! This week, we review both episodes three and four of the hit new Marvel series, as we head outside whatever is happening in Westview for the first time. Who is in control, and why is Wanda at the center of it all? Then, the man, th…
 
Today Dan Kim leads us in exploring the story of the manna in Exodus 16. God sent the manna because Israel was hungry and they complained. But there was more going on than that - Israel needed to be taught that, contrary to the Empire of Egypt, all our food and everything we need is a gift from God, not to be acquired by exploitation of people, ani…
 
Today in our series "God, His Land and His People", we look at Genesis 1:26-30, often known as the "Cultural Mandate". There is much here to learn, especially about what it means to be caretakers of creation and join in the dance to which God invites us. It's also challenging, because so much of who we are as western culture seems bent on destroyin…
 
Another exciting week here at Everything is Permitted as the Winter season of television has finally begun! Marvel programming has finally returned with the series premiere of WandaVision on Disney+. Julian, Matt, and Brittany review the first two episodes and also give their theories, talk all the Easter eggs, and much more. Then it's on to part t…
 
The 2nd part of the introduction to the series "God, HIs Land, His People". We will be looking at 6 theses or foundational perspectives upon which the Old Testament prophets based their prophecies to the people of Israel. They help us understand how God sees His relationship to human communities, non-human life and the non-living creation. You can …
 
In our first episode of 2021, EIP brings in the New Year with not only a new edition of Raiders of the Bargain Bin, but a Retro Review as well! First, the crew take a look at a holiday movie from Matt's randomizer, the 2003 anime, Tokyo Godfathers, marking the first Bargain Bin film of 2021. Later on, with renewed interest and buzz since a sequel a…
 
Today we start our Winter 2021 sermon series looking at Old Testament themes: God in sacred relationship to His Land and His People. This is the first of two introductory sermons in which we lay the groundwork for our study. Today we read parts of Jeremiah 32. For more information on sources click here.…
 
At the beginning of 2021 we read Hebrews 12:7-17 together, which speaks of God teaching, training and disciplining us. Our image should not be that of an angry father, but of Jesus Christ who came to be with us and show us the way. How can we follow HIm this coming year?Norman Viss/Trinity Church による
 
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