Episode 8 :: Whose Birthday?-3

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AngelaGabbieIn this episode. . .

Whose Birthday Is it, Anyway? A radio adaptation of Alternatives’ best-known resource for Advent and Christmas. This episode features: What Does JESUS Want for Christmas? + Reflections

To LISTEN, click the player at the top or the bottom. For previous episodes, see the list at the bottom of these notes.

COMING next episode: “10 Tips for a Simpler, More Meaningful Christmas.” + Reflection + Real Life Experience

Mentions in this episode:

The Christmas Game

10 Free, Fun Things to Do with Your Family at Christmas

Carols with Justice TEXT  + Sing-along (text and audio)

Consumo Must Go! (skit)

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Some of our resources have MEDIA RELEASES and BLOG POSTS that will help you recruit helpers for an event/activity. Then use them in newsletters, web sites, email blasts, etc. to bring people to the activity/event. Media Release Index

For SEASONAL HELPS, including links to AV and Text resources, see episode 6.

SEASONAL HELPS from *Treasury of Celebrations: Create Celebrations That Reflect Your Values and Don’t Cost the Earth – September-December | ADVENT | CHRISTMAS

Most of Alternatives’ AV resources are part of this “Whose Birthday?” radio series. See episode 6 for a list. NEW – Advent/Christmas music from Sing Justice! Do Justice!

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In episode 9, I continue the six-part adaptation of the well-known “Whose Birthday Is It, Anyway?” which includes several of Alternatives’ audio shorts.

To learn more about SLW! – our MISSION, for example — please listen to our getting-acquainted episodes, especially #1 and 2. We produce a half-hour podcast twice a month, hopefully educational and inspiring for you, your family and your congregation or group. We blog four times a week.

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Submission guidelines for Whose Birthday? 2013 | Issues 1-24

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To access individual previous episodes: #1: Getting Acquainted | #2: 5 Life Standards | #3: Saga of Simply Enough | #4: Beyond a Consumer Lifestyle-1 | #5: Beyond a Consumer Lifestyle-2 | #6: Whose Birthday Is It, Anyway?-1 | #7: Whose Birthday?-2 (of 6)

Peace, Gerald “Jerry” Iversen, Chief SLW! Activist

Click ABOUT for Music and Cover Art Credits. Guest Voices: Rita Iversen; Angela Iversen and children from the Sioux City Junior Community Theatre. Carols with Justice: Jill Avery, soprano; DeeEtta Riley, keyboard. The Whose Birthday? radio series, originally produced by Peter Iversen, has been slightly edited to remove dated information. GRAPHIC: Angela and Gabbie recording. We do not solicit or accept donations, nor do we sell anything. All our resources and services are free of charge. We’re an all-volunteer organization.

Copyright: Creative Commons non-commercial attribution share-and-share-alike license. To learn more about Creative Commons, click on its link on our web site home page.

*Treasury of Celebrations: published by Northstone, a division of Wood Lake, BC, Canada, best known for its Seasons of the Spirit curriculum.

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