Category Archives: Soul Talk Archives

Rev. Dr. Marie deYoung on the BP Oil Catastrophe

Number of View: 256

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 Chuck’s Soul Food Commentaries at the Free Souls Connection.

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Soul Stirrer with embodied faith in action – Rev. Dr. Marie deYoung has served as religious leader and Minister in Catholic,Unitarian Universalist churches and as U.S. Army Chaplain.

She has run for the State Senate in Pennsylvania, has authored several books, and is a frequent guest in major media outlets.

Marie served Gulf coast churches in Louisiana & Mississippi and worked as a teacher for several years after Katrina.

Today we talk about the BP Oil catastrophe from many different angles and perspectives.

Soul Talk Interview with Broadcaster & Activist Sista Girl

Number of View: 250

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 Chuck’s Soul Food Commentaries at the Free Souls Connection.

Menu for the Day

Soul Stirrer with embodied faith in action – Kim Coleman is originally from Chicago and now lives in the DC area. She has done research for the Democratic Party and currently volunteers to help Democrats in the 2010 election. She has appeared on NPR, CNN.com and a New Day with Micah Sims.

Her radio show, “SistaGirl speaks up” broadcasts on Progressive Blend Radio.  Kim’s  blog is “Sista Girl Speaks– Where the truth is spoken all day all the time!”

Soul Talk Interview with Whit Bodman on the Palestinian Nonviolence Movement

Number of View: 373

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 Chuck’s Soul Food Commentaries at the Free Souls Connection.

Menu for the Day

Soul Stirrer with embodied faith in action – Whit Bodman has served 12 years as a full-time pastor, and is in his 8th year teaching comparative religion at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary.

He has a doctorate in Islamic Studies and Comparative Religion from Harvard Divinity School.

Whit has been active in Christian-Muslim and Christian-Jewish dialogues for many years and spends a great deal of time doing “Islam in 45 Minutes” and “Why They Hate Us, or Not” at churches and other venues.

He has been to Israel 12 times over 25 years, and to various other parts of the Middle East and the Muslim World, including living in Syria for six months.

Today we talk about the non-violence movement in Palestine.