Tony Campolo & Shane Claiborne’s complete dialog on simpler living and global justice, in eight parts.
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NOTE: You can listen to each episode as it is released the 1st and 15th of the month, May-Aug. Or listen to several or all episodes at Preview/Back-up. The Show Notes are similar for each episode, though the topics are different.
EPISODE 3: Urban farming / guerilla gardening; recovering from Tony’s stroke; our meat problem; integrity in farming; dangers of piety; In what way am I living economically a lifestyle as Jesus wants me to live? The lesson of Ananius and Sapphira – pretense; being close to the poor; First John 3:16; redistribution in love; free enterprise, not capitalism – meeting needs, not manufactured wants; manipulated by advertising; Who owns the pond? Stories from sweatshop kids; Where do we shop? Paul’s wrestling with “principalities and powers” (forces of evil) in church (Ephesians 6:12)
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Going on the road; meeting Tony & Shane: Travel journals and photos. Scroll to Post #197.
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EAPE.org – Evangelical Association for the Promotion of Education | TonyCampolo.org — The Positive Prophet of Red Letter Christianity | RedLetterChristians.org | Curing Affluenza video series | Tony’s Podcast – Across the Pond
Canadian TV interview of Tony and Shane about Choose Justice (15:00+/-)
SLW! Podcast Episode #3 – Saga of Simply Enough DVD
Saga of Simply Enough – blog
WorldVisionCanada.org – DVD
Simply Enough – Bonus segments, more
Choose Justice blog
World Vision Canada home page
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Episode Index: #1-3: Getting Acquainted | #4-5: Beyond a Consumer Lifestyle | #6-11: Whose Birthday Is It, Anyway? | #12: Living More with Less UPDATED | #13: Let’s Get Ready for a Simpler Lent & Easter | #14: Simple Living 101 + Social Media BONUS | #15: author Cecile Andrews | #16: Alternative Rites of Passage | #17: author Vicki Robin | #18: Not Ordinary Times – Eco-Justice Ministries | #19: Alternative Summer Festivals/Simply Delicious/Hunger | #20-27: Tony and Shane Uncut
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*GRAPHIC: Shane and Tony
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