Category Archives: Soul Talk Archives

Rev. Becca Stevens on Magdalene House

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Soul Talk – “A Spiritual Feast to Leaven the World Soul”

Rev. Dr. Russell Elleven on Ethical Eating

Number of View: 381

Soul Talk – “A Spiritual Feast to Leaven the World Soul”

Fresh Off the Grill, From the Balcones Woods studio in Austin, Tejas.

Streaming on the web everyday, live on Thursdays, 2-3 pm. CST on Progressive Blend Radio.

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Soul Stirrer with embodied faith in action

Rev. Dr. Russell Elleven was born and raised in and around Ft. Worth, Texas; a city nicknamed “Cowtown” and where the Stockyards are still, for some reason, a tourist attraction.

Educated at the University of North Texas, Texas Christian University, and Vanderbilt University, he served as a faculty member and administrator for 17 years before joining the Unitarian Universalist ministry. He is now the minister of Westside Unitarian Universalist Church in Fort Worth. He and his spouse, Gayle, are owned by a 14 year old Beagle named Prince Cornelius de Vanderbilt, better known as CornDawg.

Jude Filler on the Death Penalty & Execution of David Powell

Number of View: 291

Soul Talk – “A Spiritual Feast to Leaven the World Soul”

Fresh Off the Grill, From the Balcones Woods studio in Austin, Tejas.

Streaming on the web everyday, live on Thursdays, 2-3 pm. CST on Progressive Blend Radio.

Read and comment on Chuck’s Soul Food Commentaries

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Soul Stirrer with embodied faith in action – Jude is Filler is the retired Executive Director of Texas Alliance for Human Needs(1988-2002) and former state campaign chair for Amnesty International’s Texas Campaign Against the Death Penalty (1988-1998).

In her role with Amnesty International USA, she knew many men and several women on Texas’ death row.  For 22 years, her closest friend and partner in death penalty abolition efforts was the recently executed David Powell.  They often spoke daily, sometimes for hours and met together weekly.  She saw David during the 3 days before they killed him and she was in the room when the State of Texas ended his life.