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    2013 // 2014 // 2015 // 2016 // 2017 // 2018

    2013

  • Episode 1: Getting Acquainted [7/15]
  • Episode 2: 5 Life Standards [8/1]
  • Episode 3: Saga of Simply Enough [8/15]
  • Episodes 4-5: Beyond a Consumer Lifestyle - Part 1 [9/1] | Part 2 [9/15]
  • Episodes 6-11: Whose Birthday Is It, Anyway? 2014
  • *Episode 12: Living More with Less UPDATED [1/1]
  • Episode 13: Let's Get Ready for a Simpler Lent & Easter [1/15]
  • Episode 14: Simple Living 101 - Tools for Activists (shy or bold) [2/1]
  • *Episode 15: author Cecile Andrews, champion of Simplicity Circles and Community Conversation [2/15]
  • Episode 16: Alternative Rites of Passage + Wedding Alternatives [3/1]
  • *Episode 17: author Vicki Robin, co-author of best-seller Your Money or Your Life [3/15]
  • Episode 18: Not Ordinary Times with Peter Sawtell, Eco-Justice Ministries [4/1]
  • Episode 19: Hunger [4/15]
  • *Episodes 20-27: Tony & Shane UNCUT -- Complete Dialog of Tony Campolo and Shane Claiborne on Simple Living and Global Justice [5/1-8/15]
  • *Episode 28: Tom and Christine Sine of Mustard Seed Associates [9/1]
  • Episode 29: Brian 'Wolt' Wolters of Overflow Project [9/15]
  • *Episode 30: Paul Canavese of The Pastoral Center and GospelLiving.org [10/1]
  • *Episode 31: Bob Sitze, author, blogger [10/15]
  • Episodes 32-35: WHOSE Birthday?#32 [11/1] || #33 [11/15] || #34 [12/1] || #35 [12/15]

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    2015

  • *Episode 36: Duane Elgin, social visionary; author of the classic 'Voluntary Simplicity' [1/1]
  • *Episode 37: Duane Elgin, part 2--Great Transition Stories [1/15]
  • *Episode 38: Susan Vogt, author, speaker, blogger [2/1]
  • *Episode 39: Susan Vogt + LENT [2/15]
  • *Episode 40: Joel Zaslofsky, author, blogger, podcaster, event organizer [3/1]
  • Episode 41: Sarah van Gelder, editor of YES! Magazine [3/15]
  • Episode 42: Clyde Griffith of NewCelebrations.com [4/1]
  • *Episode 43: Jeff Yeager much more than a Cheapskate [4/15]
  • Episode 44: Livin' Simply 'n Lovin' It! (part 1) [5/1]
  • Episode 45: Livin' Simply 'n Lovin' It! (part 2) [5/15]
  • Episode 46: Jared Brock, abolitionist, author, filmmaker [6/1]
  • Episode 47: Susan Stephenson of Interfaith Power and Light [6/15]
  • Episode 48: Mike Mercer of Northwest Earth Institute [7/1]
  • Episode 49: Laird Schaub of Fellowship for Intentional Community [7/15]
  • Episode 50: Joyce 'Earth Mama' Rouse [8/1]
  • Episode 51: Steve 'Champion of Change' Beumer [8/15]
  • Episode 52: Kristina Kahl's Ph.D. Dissertation on Alternatives [9/1]
  • Episode 53: World Community Cookbooks updated [9/15]
  • *Episode 54: Paul Canavese on Pope Francis [10/1]
  • *Episode 55: David Shi, author, educator, speaker, consultant [10/15]
  • Episode 56: Ken Wiegel of Advent Conspiracy [11/1]
  • Whose Birthday Is It, Anyway?

    2016

  • Episode 60: San Diego artist and SL leader Phil Petrie [1/1]
  • *Episode 61: John de Graaf, producer and author of Affluenza [1/15]
  • *Episode 62: Tim Kasser, psychology professor and author of The High Price of Materialism [2/1]
  • *Episode 63: Lee Van Ham, director of The OneEarth Project, author of Blinded by Progress || Champion of Simple Living [2/15]
  • *Episode 64: Frank Cordaro, Catholic Worker activist [3/1]
  • Episode 65: Ken Sehested, Baptist Peace Fellowship activist, author, blogger, pastor [3/15]
  • Episode 66: Peter Sawtell, exec. dir. of Eco-Justice Ministries [4/1]
  • Episode 67: redmoonsong, simple living war tax resister with NWTRCC [4/15]
  • Episode 68: Ed Fallon, climate crisis activist and host of Fallon Forum [5/1]
  • Episode 69: Walter Brueggemann, renowned scholar and author [5/15]
  • Episode 70: Tom Sine, author of'Live Like You Give a Damn: Join the Changemaking Celebration' and New ChangeMakers blog. [6/1]
  • Episode 71: Jessie Schiele of Jerusalem Farm, KC [6/15]
  • Episode 72: John Seager of Population Connection, Part 1 [7/1]
  • Episode 73: John Seager of Population Connection, Part 2 [7/15]
  • Episode 74: Glen Gersmehl of Lutheran Peace Fellowship [8/1]
  • Episode 75: Jim Goetsch of Friends of the Third World [8/15]
  • Episode 76: Celebrating Ugly Food with Amy Beveridge of Bethel Lutheran Church, Templeton, CA, and with Gale McNichols-Oliver and Emily Wilson of GleanSLO [9/1]
  • Episode 77: Fighting for Clean Water with Paula Wansa of Bethel Lutheran Church, Templeton, CA, [9/15]
  • Episode 78: author, blogger, speaker, podcaster James Howard Kunstler [10/1]
  • Episode 79: author, blogger, speaker, podcaster Lee Van Ham on his latest book, From Egos to Eden, Vol. 2 of his 3-part OneEarth series, to be released Feb., 2017 [10/15]
  • Episodes 80-83: WHOSE Birthday? - Inspiring Reflections (with discussion questions), Fun Activities, liturgical cycle A (Gospel of Matthew) | TEXT
    • #80: Pre-Advent [11/1]
    • #81: Advent [11/15]
    • #82: Christmas Eve/ Day [12/1]
    • #83: Christmas Season - Epiphany [12/15]

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    2017

  • Episodes 84-85: Walter Brueggemann on Money & Possessions
    • #84: Six Theses [1/1]
    • #85: brief Biblical survey [1/15]
  • *Episode 86: film producer and author John 'Affluenza' de Graaf [2/1]
  • *Episode 87: community organizer and author Cecile Andrews [2/15]
  • Episode 88: Nancy Pearlman, Exec. Dir. of Educational Communications and its numerous environmental programs [3/1]
  • Episode 89: Lacy Cagle, Education Dir. of Northwest Earth Institute on its new course 'A Different Way: Living Simply in a Complex World' [3/15]
  • *Episode 90: Author, blogger, speaker, coach Susan Vogt on her Lenten disciple of 'Love Your Enemy' [4/1]
  • Hazel Henderson of Ethical Markets Media
  • Episode 93: Dietician Adrienne Raimo of OneBiteWellness, coordinator of The Minimalists, Columbus, OH [5/15]
  • Episode 94: Iowa State Senator Rob Hogg, author of America's Climate Century [6/1]
  • Episode 95: Peter Sawtell, exec. dir. of Eco-Justice Ministries [6/15]
  • *Episodes 96 & 97: Shane Claiborne, of The Simple Way and Red Letter Christians
  • Episode 98: Vicki Robin, co-author of Your Money or Your Life [8/1]
  • *Episode 99: Order of Lutheran Franciscans [8/15]
  • Episode 100: Reformation Scholar and ELCA Bishop Guy Erwin [9/1]
  • Episode 101: Writer, speaker Paul K. Chappell from the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation [9/15]
  • Episode 102: Keghann Jarchow of the Sustainability Program at Univ. of So. Dakota [10/1]
  • Episode 103: Kathy McGinnis of The Institute for Peace & Justice [10/15]
  • Episodes 104-107: WHOSE Birthday Is It, Anyway? 2018

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    2013 // 2014 // 2015 // 2016 // 2017 // 2018

    2013
  • Episode 1: Getting Acquainted [7/15] | LINK: Who We Are / History
  • Episode 2: 5 Life Standards [8/1] | LINK: Living More with Less
  • Episode 3: Saga of Simply Enough [8/15] | LINK: Simply Enough
  • Episodes 4-5: Beyond a Consumer Lifestyle - Episode 4 - Part 1 [9/1] | Episode 5 - Part 2 [9/15] | LINK: Break Forth into Joy!
  • Episodes 6-11: Whose Birthday Is It, Anyway? -- WHOSE Birthday? #17

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    2014

  • *Episode 12: Living More with Less UPDATED | LINK: Living More with Less [1/1]
  • Episode 13: Let's Get Ready for a Simpler Lent & Easter | LINK: Treasury of Celebrations: Easter [1/15]
  • Episode 14: Simple Living 101 - Tools for Activists (shy or bold) | LINK: Simple Living 101 [2/1]
  • *Episode 15: author Cecile Andrews, champion of Simplicity Circles and Community Conversation | LINK: Champions of Simple Living [2/15]
  • Episode 16: Alternative Rites of Passage + Wedding Alternatives | LINKs: Rites of Passage | Wedding Alternatives [3/1]
  • *Episode 17: Vicki Robin, co-author of best-seller Your Money or Your Life | LINK: Champions of Simple Living [3/15]
  • Episode 18: Not Ordinary Times with Peter Sawtell, Eco-Justice Ministries | LINKs: Not Ordinary Times | Pentecost resources [4/1]
  • Episode 19: Simply Delicious/Hunger/Summer Festivals | LINKs: Simply Delicious | Hunger | Summer Festivals [4/15]
  • *Episodes 20-27: Tony & Shane Uncut -- Complete Dialog of Tony Campolo and Shane Claiborne on Simple Living and Global Justice
  • *Episode 28: Tom and Christine Sine of Mustard Seed Associates [9/1]
  • Episode 29: Brian 'Wolt' Wolters of Overflow Project [9/15]
  • *Episode 30: Paul Canavese of The Pastoral Center and Gospel.Link [10/1]
  • *Episode 31: Bob Sitze, author, blogger [10/15]
  • Episodes 32-35: WHOSE Birthday? - Inspiring Reflections (with discussion questions), Fun Activities, Daily Calendar based on liturgical cycle B (Gospel of Mark) | TEXT

  • #32: What Happened to Christmas? | Why a Simpler Christmas? | Alternative Giving: What Jesus Wants for Christmas | How to Use These Resources | Picture Your Child with St. Nicholas | Igniting Simplicity Within Our Hearts: A Daily Calendar/Journal - Pre-Advent-Advent 1 | Reflection for Advent 1: Creating Unforgettable Christmas Traditions - Katerina Katsarka Whitley | Different Kind of Wish List - Kathleen Connolly [11/1]

  • #33: Calendar: Advent 2-3 | Reflection: Advent 2 - Waiting with Mary, Preparing with John the Baptist - Susan Vogt | The Gift of Ritual - Meg Cox | Reflection: Advent 3 - Giving to the Wrong People - Art Simon | Making the Holidays Meaningful for Your Children - Betsy Taylor [11/15]

  • #34: Calendar: Advent 4 - Christmas Day | Reflection: Advent 4 - Daniel Berrigan | Christmas Memories - Amy Beveridge | Reflection: Christmas Eve - William Sloane Coffin | Send a Message! [12/1]

  • #35: Calendar: Christmas 1-New Years | Reflection: Christmas 1 - Gretchen Denton | Carols with Justice: We Wish You a Merry Christmas | Reflection: Epiphany - Epiphany Gifts - Susan Briehl | Celebrating Epiphany - Barbara Howard | About Alternatives [12/15]

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    2015

  • *Episode #36: Duane Elgin, social visionary; author of the classic 'Voluntary Simplicity' [1/1]
  • *Episode #37: Duane Elgin, part 2--Great Transition Stories // personal site // professional site [1/15]

  • *Episode #38: Susan Vogt, author, speaker, blogger // Susan's site [2/1]
  • *Episode #39: Susan Vogt + Alternative Lenten Practices [2/15]

  • *Episode #40: Joel Zaslofsky, author, blogger, podcaster, event organizer [3/1]
  • Episode #41: Sarah van Gelder, editor of YES! Magazine [3/15]
  • Episode #42: Clyde Griffith of NewCelebrations.com [4/1]
  • *Episode #43: Jeff Yeager, much more than a Cheapskate [4/15]

  • Livin' Simply 'n Lovin' It: Episode #44 [5/1] || Episode #45 [5/15] || Similar TEXT Version || Part 1: Introduction; Five Life Standards of Voluntary Simplicity - Cherish the Natural Order, Do Justice || Part 2: Life Standards - Learn from the World Community, Nurture People, Non-Conform Freely; Mission; Resources

  • *Episode #46: minimalist, abolitionist, author, filmmaker Jared Brock [6/1]
  • Episode #47: Susan Stephenson of Interfaith Power and Light [6/15]
  • Episode #48: Mike Mercer of Northwest Earth Institute [7/1]
  • Episode #49: Laird Schaub of Fellowship for Intentional Community [7/15]
  • Episode #50: Joyce 'Earth Mama' Rouse [8/1]
  • Episode #51: Steve 'Champion of Change' Beumer [8/15]
  • Episode #52: Kristina Kahl's Ph.D. Dissertation on Alternatives [9/1]
  • *Episode #53: World Community Cookbooks Updated [9/15]
  • *Episode #54: Paul Canavese on Pope Francis [10/1]
  • *Episode #55: author of The Simple Life, David Shi [10/15]
  • Episode #56: Ken Weigel of Advent Conspiracy [11/1]
  • WHOSE Birthday? from Whose Birthday Is It, Anyway?

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    2016

  • Episode 60: San Diego artist and SL leader Phil Petrie [1/1]
  • *Episode 61: John de Graaf, producer and author of Affluenza; Champion of Simple Living [1/15]
  • *Episode 62: Tim Kasser, psychology professor and author of The High Price of Materialism; Champion of Simple Living [2/1]
  • *Episode 63: Lee Van Ham, director of The OneEarth Project, author of Blinded by Progress || Champion of Simple Living [2/15]
  • *Episode 64: Frank Cordaro, Catholic Worker activist [3/1]
  • Episode 65: Ken Sehested, Baptist Peace Fellowship activist, author, blogger, pastor [3/15]
  • Episode 66: Peter Sawtell, exec. dir. of Eco-Justice Ministries [4/1]
  • Episode 67: redmoonsong, simple living war tax resister with NWTRCC [4/15]
  • Episode 68: Ed Fallon, climate crisis activist and host of Fallon Forum [5/1]
  • Episode 69: Walter Brueggemann, renowned Biblical scholar and author [5/15]
  • Episode 70: Tom Sine, author of 'Live Like You Give a Damn: Join the Changemaking Celebration' and New ChangeMakers blog. [6/1]
  • Episode 71: Jessie Schiele of Jerusalem Farm, KC. [6/15]
  • Episode 72: John Seager of Population Connection, Part 1. [7/1]
  • Episode 73: John Seager of Population Connection, Part 2. [7/15]
  • Episode 74: Glen Gersmehl of Lutheran Peace Fellowship. [8/1]
  • Episode 75: Jim Goetsch of Friends of the Third World. [8/15]
  • Episode 76: Celebrating Ugly Food with Amy Beveridge of Bethel Lutheran Church, Templeton, CA, and with Gale McNichols-Oliver and Emily Wilson of GleanSLO [9/1]
  • Episode 77: Fighting for Clean Water with Paula Wansa of Bethel Lutheran Church, Templeton, CA, [9/15]
  • Episode 78: author, blogger, speaker, podcaster James Howard Kunstler [10/1]
  • Episode 79: author, blogger, speaker, podcaster Lee Van Ham on his latest book, From Egos to Eden, Vol. 2 of his 3-part OneEarth series, to be released Feb., 2017 [10/15]
  • Episodes 80-83: WHOSE Birthday? - Inspiring Reflections (with discussion questions), Fun Activities, liturgical cycle A (Gospel of Matthew) | TEXT [all 11/1]
  • #80: Pre-Advent

  • #81: Advent
  • #82: Christmas Eve/Day

  • #83: Christmas Season - Epiphany

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    2017

  • Episodes 84-85: Walter Brueggemann on Money & Possessions
    • #84: Six Theses [1/1]
    • #85: brief Biblical survey [1/15]
  • *Episode 86: film producer and author John 'Affluenza' de Graaf [2/1]
  • *Episode 87: community organizer and author Cecile Andrews [2/15]
  • Episode 88: Nancy Pearlman, Exec. Dir. of Educational Communications and its numerous environmental programs [3/1]
  • Episode 89: Lacy Cagle, Education Dir. of Northwest Earth Institute on its new course 'A Different Way: Living Simply in a Complex World' [3/15]
  • *Episode 90: Author, blogger, speaker, coach Susan Vogt on her Lenten disciple of 'Love Your Enemy' [4/1]
  • NEW--Hazel Henderson of Ethical Markets Media
  • Episode 93: Dietician Adrienne Raimoof OneBiteWellness, coordinator of The Minimalists, Columbus, OH [5/15]
  • Episode 94: Iowa State Senator Rob Hogg, author of America's Climate Century[6/1]
  • Episode 95: Exec. Dir. Peter Sawtell of Eco-Justice Ministries, [6/15]
  • *Episodes 96 & 97: Shane Claiborne of The Simple Way and Red Letter Christians [7/1 & 7/15]
  • *Episode 98: Vicki Robin, co-author of Your Money or Your Life [8/1]
  • *Episode 99: Order of Lutheran Franciscans [8/15]
  • Episode 100: Reformation Scholar and ELCA Bishop, Guy Erwin [9/1]
  • Episode 101: Writer, speaker Paul K. Chappell of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation [9/15]
  • Episode 102: Keghann Jarchow of the Sustainability Program at Univ. of So. Dakota [10/1]
  • Episode 103: Kathy McGinnis of The Institute for Peace and Justice [10/15]
  • NEW--Episodes 104-107: Whose Birthday Is It, Anyway? 2018

  • Tony & Shane Uncut series Show Notes

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    Show Notes

    To LISTEN, scroll up to the episode(s) [20-27] of your choice in the Episode Index.

    Listen to several episodes or to all of them at Preview/Back-up.

    TOPICS

    The Show Notes are the same for each episode, though the topics are different.

    Prequal-Ep.3: The Saga of 'Simply Enough'

    PART 1-Ep.20: St. Francis and clothes; the Bible and lifestyle (Mark 10); discipleship, hospitality, freedom, marriage and sex; alternative health insurance: Christian Health Care Ministries; speaking and travel, carbon footprint fast, home stays and Tony's jacket

    PART 2-Ep.21: Moving in the direction of a Christian lifestyle (Philippians 3:13-14); the continuum of radicalism and travel; rescued food; EAPE; Shane's book--The Irresistible Revolution; responding to the needs of poorer churches; redistribution of speaking fees through The Simple Way community and $1 bills; Alternatives to Military Service; newly marrieds deciding their lifestyle permanently and then giving away any surplus; churches giving building funds dollar-for-dollar for water projects and scholarships

    PART 3-Ep.22: 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)

    PART 4-Ep.23: Advertising continued - Cornel West and stealing sneakers, seduction of everyone; selling counter-culture; Amish peculiarness; Willow Creek - living out a concern for poor and oppressed; sharing shoes, as learned from Mother Theresa; rich folks don't KNOW poor folks; so little time to talk to our kids; problems of the American Dream; impossibility of loving global neighbors as self; Rev. 15: Babylon consumer culture collapses, contrast of merchants and angels; use of sexual imagery; toward a new society; Papa Fest - People Against Poverty and Apathy - gathering with theological and hands-on workshops

    PART 5-Ep.24: Tithing (from Exodus) - 1/10th given for a party - celebration for all, a foretaste of the heavenly banquet; 9/10th's used wisely in accordance with God's will! The Simple Way's block party - a redistribution, as the Jubilee; in the relational tithe, 10% decided by the group to meet neighborhood needs. Church embezzlement when only 2-3% given outside its walls. Tony's book: The Kingdom of God Is a Party. In the Eucharist the bread (food of the poor) and wine (food of the rich) come together -- enough for everyone's needs, not greed. EAPE's beyond borders group urged to buy supplies and pay workers, not build for the Haitians; instead, spend time with them, which is unsettling, humbling and ultimately gratifying. St. Francis -- jester of God -- knew how to party, invented the marionette. The poor are sacramental, meet Jesus in them, here or overseas. Matt. 25 is about interactions (interruptions), not charity. Charity insulates us; church becomes a broker, not a community. Positive examples: hugging a bum, ice cream in Calcutta -- it's too good to keep to myself!

    PART 6-Ep.25: Social Justice; creating jobs that do things we believe it. Post-oil economy, using restaurant grease, running off the waste of society, creating biodiesel co-op for recovering addicts. Graduate program creating small businesses, e.g., sandals from old tires. Bono at the National Prayer Breakfast: government, give more to help the poor; security doesn't come through the military. Cancel Third-World debt. Farm subsidies hurt indigenous farmers abroad - anti-capitalistic without an even playing field! U.S. is arming the world. Are we Christian? Ask the poor. Ask colleges questions about values, not selfish questions. A Jubilee celebration on Wall St. with the homeless holds up an alternative. We need dreams and visions beyond consumerism. Weddings: socially conscious rings are made with dignity, not blood diamonds. Hollywood is speaking out more than the church. Prom for senior citizens. Extravagances of Christmas.

    PART 7-Ep.26: The three gifts at Jesus' birth urge give-away's; manure helps focus on the way Jesus was born, not decorations; non-material gifts or hand-made gifts, such as tree ornaments and their memories, counter gift-giving obscenity. Give stories. If we hate it, why do we do it? Developing a willingness to say No. Santa says good kids get gifts; if you don't, you're bad. Distributing alternative ideas outside a mall on Buy Nothing Day. Buy things that last and at Thrift Shops (Tony's $6 suit). Simple is not ugly; an attractive home is not expensive. Emil Durkheim: importance of family rituals; eat together, stay together; share values at meals. Rituals create a sense of security, well-being, belonging.

    PART 8-Ep.27: Feeding people at The Simple Way - an open table was against zoning regulations. Practice Sabbath with a day of rest. TSW annual calendar is not the same as the secular American calendar. Every three months TSW has a love feast, a big dinner with communion that moves. We've made the church boring; it needs to be crazy and fun, not sad and sacrificial. Stories from Shane's Irresistible Revolution include Shane occupying a political convention and being arrested for feeding the homeless in Love Park wearing his 'Jesus was homeless' shirt. Tony's Letters to a Young Evangelical. Tony got arrested reading Is. 10 at the Capitol over the welfare bill. In Scotland a young politician handled the investment for the Parliament's retirement portfolio to leverage investments for justice.

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    ABOUT the VIDEO PROJECT

    Going on the road; meeting Tony & Shane: Travel journals and photos. Scroll to Post #197.

    Order the new DVD Choose Justice from The Simple Way, $10US. TheSimpleWay.org/store

    The adventure of making the original video

    ABOUT TONY

    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

    ABOUT SHANE

    TheSimpleWay.org

    MORE MENTIONS

    SLW! Recommends Literacy Service

    Alternative Giving 'Year Round

    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

    Each episode of the 'Tony & Shane Uncut' series, including the podcast and the Show Notes, were released to iTunes, Stitcher and the other podcast directories about the 1st and 15th of the month, May-Aug., 2014. However, if you want to hear more of the 3-1/2 hour dialog, go to SimpleLivingWorks.org window #3, click the Episode Index. Go to the Preview/Back-up section. Click on the episode(s) of your choice.

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    Episode Index

    Peace, Gerald 'Jerry' Iversen, Chief SLW! Activist

    *GRAPHIC: Shane and Tony - World Vision Canada and Eastern Univ.

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    Tony Campolo is an educator, author, humanitarian and speaker. He is the founder and president of EAPE - Evangelical Association for the Promotion of Education. Visit TonyCampolo.org.

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    Shane Claiborne is an author, speaker, activist and co-founder of The Simple Way community. (photo by Becky Garrison) Visit TheSimpleWay.org


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    Jerry Iversen, Executive Producer; Jason Fileta, Alternatives' board member and camera operator; and Shane

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    Tony & Shane's DVD Shares Simpler Living with Young Adults

    Two of the most important voices of the 21st Century church. This is a conversation you do NOT want to miss.
    - Jim Wallis, Author of God's Politics & President of Sojourners/Call to Renewal

    This video should challenge anybody with a heart.
    - Aiden Enns, Geez magazine, BuyNothingChristmas.org

    In an ocean of self-indulgent consumerism, an island of sanity and realism. A powerful resource in the move toward well-being.
    - Walter Brueggemann, Columbia Theological Seminary

    Theologically sound, intellectually enlightening, and morally engaging.
    - Justo L. Gonzalez, Author of The Story of Christianity

    Practical, creative ways you can live more simply in ways that make a real difference for our poorest neighbors and God's good creation.
    - Tom Sine, Author, The Mustard Seed Conspiracy

    Profound and humorous, full of touching stories, compelling testimonials and prophetic music.
    - John de Graaf, Co-Producer and Co-Author of Affluenza: the All-Consuming Epidemic


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    Signs at the original Simple Way community


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    Shane at a garden at the original Simple Way community


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    Wall art at the original Simple Way community


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    Shane with outdoor art at the original Simple Way community


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    Shane with the original Simple Way community icon art

    The Adventure of Making the Original Video, including Endorsements, Promotional Materials, Music Sources, Study/Action Guide + More

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