Season 1: Episodes 1-26 | Season 2: Episodes 27-52 | Season 3: Episodes 53-78 |
Season 4: Episodes 79-104 | Season 5: Episodes 105-130 | Season 6: Episodes 131- 157 |
Season 7: Episodes 158 - 182 | Season 8: Episodes 183 - 209 | Season 9: Episodes 210 - 234 |
Season 10: Episodes 235 - 261 | Season 11: Episodes 262 - 288 | Season 12: Episodes 289 - 318 | Season 13: Episodes 319 -

Changing Perception at Advent

Posted: Thu, 02 Dec 2010 16:14:35 PST

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Next Step #130: What changes? God? The Universe? Us? God - then, today and tomorrow - can we ever understand? The Armodoxy answer might surprise you.  Advent thoughts in preparation to Christmas – the shift in view and perception; Astronomers discover the universe is 3X bigger than previously thought while the fool discover too much too late (Luke 12). And the truth about lithium-ion batteries. It’s all in this podcast.
Song: "Sardarabad" by V. Khanamirian/Armenian State Dance Ensemble
Ani's Bubbles: "The Bishop's Gift";
Blog worth reading: http://banakan.blogspot.com/
Advent programs and gift giving: http://inhisshoes.org
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for epostle.net
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Focusing Vision on Thanksgiving

Posted: Thu, 25 Nov 2010 11:45:29 PST

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Next Step #129: Focusing on the theme of Thanksgiving allows us to transcend the self and understand ourselves in the bigger picture of “giving” rather than receiving. Celebrate the shift from victim to victor as Fr. Vazken explains the Focused Vision that allows for walking “In His Shoes.” Sorry Tea Party – the first pilgrims may have had socialist ideas, but Thanksgiving is about something HIGHER than our selves. The good Senator TOO offers us some Turkeys! Get ready for Christmas – it’s about Christ!
Prayer of Thanksgiving: http://armodoxy.blogspot.com/2010/11/thanksgiving-prayer.html
Song: “Holy, Holy, Holy” by St. Gregory Youth Choir
Ani’s Bubbles: Corn
Telethon: http://www.armeniafund.org/telethon/telethon-2010/webcast.php
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for epostle.net
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Avoiding Collisions by Melding

Posted: Thu, 18 Nov 2010 15:55:28 PST

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Next Step #128: Melding East and West is not a melt-down but certainly avoids the collision; Building identity the Armodoxy way; Jehovah Witness teens come to the door; St. Apkar the first king – a unique name indeed, especially for an Armenian Church – and this weekend is St. Andrew’s feast; The Advent Season is explained as a time of preparation with an “In His Shoes” challenge for listeners. A return from the desert and a different look at St. Mary: http://armodoxy.blogspot.com/2009/09/searching-for-veedon-fleece.html
Song: "Yavuz" by Herbie Mann from the “Impressions of the Middle East” album
Ani's Bubbles: “Praise him for your roses and thank him for your thorns” (Pre-Thanksgiving)
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for epostle.net
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Firm, Grounded and Established in Love

Posted: Thu, 11 Nov 2010 15:27:26 PST

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Next Step #127: On Veterans Day (and the last of the binaries) - reflections on war and tears shed for a special soldier. The godfather marries off his goddaughter – lessons from scripture, from God and being “firm in faith, grounded in hope and established in love.” Godparents listen up – you’re not there to protect, but to push your child toward the ultimate Sacrament of Life. A podcast of a personal nature as Fr. Vazken heads off to niece Amanda’s wedding, here’s a special meditation for life’s transitional moments.  Additionally – taking a holistic approach to the Holy Badarak.
Song: “Harsaniki Par”by Shiraz: http://www.shirazyerk.com
Ani's Bubbles: "The Pencil"
Veteran’s Tears
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Buds to Roses: The Birthright Way

Posted: Thu, 04 Nov 2010 15:55:02 PDT

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Next Step #126: Interview with Linda Yepoyan, Executive Director of Birthright Armenia on the opportunities given to connect, serve and identify. The “Chosen Generation” knows they have a responsibility in State Building – they are NOT ready to accept failure on their watch. Ever wonder about Egyptian cotton? Tolerance and Intolerance of the Truth and the diversity of perception – after reading Jack Clark’s “Nobody’s Angel.” The “Disappointment” of the Mid-Term Elections.
Song: “Me & My Country” by Gor Mkhitarian gormusic.com
Ani’s Bubble: “To Let Go”
Birthright Armenia: http://birthrightarmenia.org/
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for epostle.net
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Making saints out of Halloween and Religion

Posted: Thu, 28 Oct 2010 16:10:53 PDT

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Next Step #125: Putting the Saints back into Halloween. Nothing to fear unless you’re peddling religion to children. Didn’t we say religion is not for kids! We find Patriarch Kyrll and Pope Benedict on the same page? In His Shoes hits the $ 500,000 mark to aid children of Genocide. Religion in the World: Pew Research 
The quiz: http://features.pewforum.org/quiz/us-religious-knowledge/index.php
Nicholas Kristoff’s adaption: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/10/10/opinion/10kristof.html?_r=1
Song "Horovel" by Rouben Matevosyan
Ani's Bubbles: "Homeless Outreach"
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for epostle.net
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New Means for a Bold Mission

Posted: Thu, 21 Oct 2010 22:44:38 PDT

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Next Step #124: Just back from the New Media Expo in Las Vegas with ideas and resources for Epostle.net expansion. How new media becomes a tool for evangelization. The Mission of Christ as expressed in Luke 4:14-21 becomes the Mission of the Church – the Body of Christ. Exploring the mission beyond the literal expression and finding the power of Love. Also: Druids and religious charity. Manfred Mann turns 70.
Song by Chingiz Sadykhov, Caucasian Medley;
Ani's Bubbles: "Smiles";
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for epostle.net


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New Media to Domestic Violence

Posted: Thu, 14 Oct 2010 16:42:17 PDT

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Next Step #123: On the eve of the New Media Expo, the Epostle.net staff steps in the shoes of the Holy Translators and looks for the means to simplify the complex. Tigran translates the Nicene Creed to American Sign . Domestic Violence is brought to forum with the tragic story of Zaruhi. Sign the petition to bring legislation in Armenia and DO something more. Fr. Vazken outlines a plan for a women’s shelter where safety and spirituality are both priorities. The nonsense of the church doilies and the absurdity of women subjecting to men. We’re off to New Media Expo.
Human Rights Now - Armenia's Domestic Violence Legislation is Overdue
Petition for Armenia to Pass Domestic Violence Legislation: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/armenia-must-pass-domestic-abuse-law/
Song: “Magdalene Laundries” by Joni Mitchell
Ani’s Bubbles: Mother Teresa on the poor feeding the poor
Produced by  Suzie Shatarevyan for Epostle.net

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Magdalen Laundry in England - Early 20th Century
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Stuck on the Bridge: When Tools become Toys

Posted: Thu, 07 Oct 2010 13:54:54 PDT

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Next Step #122: Hypocrisy and khash (patcha) are not for the weak at heart. Orthodoxy is not for saints alone! What happens when our tools turn into toys and we lose sense of purpose in our lives? How to discuss hypocrisy WITHOUT being accused of hypocrisy? Fr. Vazken explores the different dimensions of the Church, giving, forgiving and BECOMING the Body of Christ today. Is there a “LIMIT” to wealth? Bill & Melinda Gates spend their money on charity – and how! John Lennon's legacy further explored and the Highway Patrol 10-4 Parade. Archbishop Kaloustian’s Bridge metaphor. A look at the expanding programming at Epostle.net on the eve of the Las Vegas convocation at Media World Expo (http://www.blogworldexpo.com
Song: "Would Jesus Wear a Rolex" by Ray Stevens (Link to Song)
“Image” by John Lennon, performed by John Bayless “Bach on Abbey Road
Ani's Bubbles: “God's Cake” http://scrubsmag.com/author/AniBurr 
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for http://epostle.net
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Armodoxy: You Say You Want a Revolution?

Posted: Thu, 30 Sep 2010 15:40:07 PDT

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Next Step #121: Defining the self within the structure of Armenian Orthodoxy as children of the 21st Century. “Validating” the new generation of Armodoxy as the last link in a chain, beginning with Time, with the center Golden Link Christ and an open end for what's to come. A tribute to John Lennon as his 70th birthday approaches- the Revolution of the Sixties and WWJS: What would Jesus sing? Avoiding the pitfalls of traditionalism by not giving too much credibility to past at the cost of discounting the present.
Globalization and the Armenian Church http://www.vimeo.com/15291175
Song: "11 11" by Rodrigo y Gabriela  http://www.rodgab.com/
Ani's Bubbles: The Golden House http://scrubsmag.com/nursing-theories-love-em-or-leave-em/
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for epostle.net
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Equinox Balance: Ends and Means

Posted: Thu, 23 Sep 2010 16:13:26 PDT

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Next Step #120: The Autumnal Equinox brings a balance of time and power, one expressed through the “Harvestest” moon. Can we find a balance between ends and means, primarily when it comes to soliciting donation for the church? A listener’s comments about the St. Leon Cathedral.  And where is the balance of ego-inflation with the goals of the Church and religion? The Salvation Army REFUSES a donation of $100,000? Jethro Tull Plays in Armenia - a small tribute to a band with 40+ years of versatility and imagination gone wild.
Song: “Bouree” by Jethro Tull (A Little Light Music) www.jethrotull.com
Ani's Bubbles: "Breast Cancer Walk" http://scrubsmag.com/author/AniBurr/
Dr. Harry Hagopian’s link: http://www.ekklesia.co.uk/Armenia
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for epostle.net
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Building Inside and Out

Posted: Thu, 16 Sep 2010 19:43:36 PDT

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Next Step #119: A building comes alive as His Holiness Karekin II, Catholicos of All Armenians consecrates the new St. Leon (Srbotz Ghevontyantz) Armenian Cathedral in Los Angeles. The Holy Spirit changes inanimate stones to the living church. Fr. Vazken discusses why the name St. Leon was God inspired and presents a challenge to listeners to plug into this saint of the church. Interview with Father Ktrij Devejian, Director of the Office of Foreign Communications for the Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin. A very candid interview about his work, Holy Etchmiadzin & the Catholicos, and his inspirations. “She has seduced me for 20 years,” says the priest. Come by to find out, then learn why “The Soviets did more damage to the Armenian Church in 70 years than the Ottomans or Turks did in 600 years.” Reflections from the Holy Mountain, Ararat.  Finally, a special appeal to attend a special Concert (JT in Armenia, next week).
Song: Gor Mkhitarian’s “Blessing” from the Spirit album: Purchase Online
View the Armenian Cathedral Consecration: http://www.armenianchurchwd.com/
Etchmiadzin & Fr. Ktrij: http://www.armenianchurch.org/ or http://www.facebook.com/holyetchmiadzin
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for epostle.net


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Armodoxy: a Unifying Theory for 911

Posted: Thu, 09 Sep 2010 14:33:29 PDT

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Next Step #118: In search for the Unified Field Theory, Steven Hawkings says God did not create the Universe. Changing chaos to order? Remembering the chaos of 911 – by burning the Quoran? Pastor or Publicity Hound?  Which Holy Book would Jesus burn? Also - Historic event: A Cathedral gets consecrated by the Catholicos of All Armenians, HH Karekin II. Bringing order to chaos! Is it worth the million$? Aghtamar – occupied by Turks – sound familiar? Fr. Vazken shares thoughts on church, the essence of life and faith in this podcast which is essential to the understanding of Armodoxy. OK, it’s not the Unified Field Theory Einstein was looking for, but Armodoxy does contain it all. You won’t want to miss this one.
Catholicos Consecrates Cathedral: Watch at http://www.armenianchurchwd.com/consecration
Reading: Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s “The Duckling”
Song: “Maratuk” by Zulal: http://www.zulal.org/3.html
Ani: “Boots for Walking” Avon Walk
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Domino’s Labor; Clooney’s Memory

Posted: Thu, 02 Sep 2010 16:25:49 PDT

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Next Step #117: A Labor Day story with a twist toward purpose. Fortune Magazine identified him, Tom Monagham, and the Next Step follows him to the real fortune. George Clooney accepts an Emmy Award for Humanitarian work. His memory doesn’t fade with a reminder to us all to keep the spotlight on the issues that don't go away. Natural Disaster? Act of God? Who’s at fault?
Song: "Cold Wagon" by Gor Mkhitarian: http://www.gormusic.com/
Childhood Cancer Awareness Month: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGS4yE5v9rM
Tom Monaghan Domino’s Pizza Story: http://money.cnn.com/magazines/fsb/fsb_archive/2003/09/01/350799/index.htm
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Dreaming Peace w/out Violence

Posted: Fri, 27 Aug 2010 09:04:49 PDT

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Next Step #116: Almost a half-century past Dr. King's "I have a dream" speech, President Obama justifies war as a means to peace? So what’s left to dream? Armenian Orthodoxy and the dream to secure peace is explored in this podcast in a very personal manner by Fr. Vazken. More on the Mosque at Ground Zero – insights on constitutionality. Statement from the National Council of Churches: http://www.ncccusa.org/news/MK.cordovamosque.html
Song: Paul Simon's "American Tune" w/Bach and Beethoven too. 
Ani's Bubbles: An Angel to smiling on you - http://scrubsmag.com/author/AniBurr/
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for epostle.net
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Secrets for Avoiding the Void

Posted: Thu, 19 Aug 2010 09:59:09 PDT

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Next Step #115: What's the secret for making a church "work"? Could you bring it down to a word or two? Education? Faith? Commitment? Sincerity? Also in this podcast: Watching the Asteroids, Contributing to Confidence, Reclaiming childhood ideology. 
Song: “Going Up the Country by Canned Heat”;
Ani's Bubbles: “Obstacles in our Path”;
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for epostle.net
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Grapes Invade Our Comfort Zones

Posted: Thu, 12 Aug 2010 15:53:20 PDT

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Next Step #114: St. Mary's Assumption is an opportunity for Thanksgiving and reflections on motherhood, thru the lens of Armodoxy. Standing up for principles even in light of our comfort zones being violated. Questions worth asking: Why are apparitions of St. Mary so greasy? Would you say ‘yes’ to an unplanned pregnancy of Love? Is giving really better than receiving? Also: The Trump/Teresa show-down. The principles of the Mosque at Ground Zero.
Song: "Julia" by The Beatles
Ani’s Bubbles: "Who Packed Your Parachuette?"
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for epostle.net
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Unique in Every Way

Posted: Thu, 05 Aug 2010 13:21:49 PDT

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Next Step #113: The War on Terror – does Armenian Orthodoxy have something to offer this war, or is it just about the battles? A look at building a mosque at Ground Zero and Mayor Bloomberg’s comments, “No neighborhood in his city is off limits to God’s love.” Where have we heard that before? Looking at the unique and miraculous events of our life - “The Badarak is a ballet danced with God,” says Fr. Vazken as he focuses on the uniqueness inherent in each person and in our God-relation. “No one has ever gone into heaven” says Jesus and the priest responds, “No one is worthy…” to bring balance to ballet of the Passion Play. St. Mary shares her unique role in history with us.
Song: La Ronde des Lutins, scherzo fantastique for violin & piano, Op. 25, by  Antonio Bazzini; Performed by  Maxim Vengerov (Violin), Itamar Golan [Piano]
Ani’s Bubbles: “The Seven Wonders of the World” (http://scrubsmag.com/author/aniburr/)
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for epostle.net
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Grey Matter and the Law

Posted: Thu, 29 Jul 2010 17:53:29 PDT

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Next Step #112: Getting Involved in Darfur: the moral imperative against rape and genocide. No grey areas for Al Bashir. Reacting by walking “In His Shoes” and the power of Love through Armodoxy. Savoring the flavor of life. Matthew 19 - Separating the brain from heart and law from heartbreak. Extra: The hierarchical Sees – Etchmiadzin, Cilicia, Jerusalem and Constantinople. 
Song: "Sevani tzugnors bar" by Yeghish Manoukian (Echo of the Mountains)
Gor Mkhitarian “Day”; Purchase SPIRIT album
Ani’s Bubbles: Try Changing the World; (http://scrubsmag.com/author/aniburr/)
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for epostle.net
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Ecumenism: The Global Search for Christ

Posted: Thu, 22 Jul 2010 14:56:56 PDT

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Next Step #111: The Global Ecumenical Movement: The Most Inclusive Opportunity for Christians… An interview with Bishop Nareg Alemezian, Officer of Ecumenical Relations for the See of Cilicia, Moderator of the Joint Committee between Christian World Communions and the World Council of Churches, in an interview about Ecumenism. “When people look for spirituality, they are looking for Christ,” says His Grace. Also – answers to the questions: Was Jesus about movement or institution? Vision or program? Fellowship or management? A short tribute to the Archbishop Smpat Lapajian (1927-2010) – pioneering sermons on “new media.” Much much more in this very special, “Last of the Binary” series!
Song: “Aghoonig” by Element Band - http://www.elementband.com/
Ani’s Bubbles: The Wise Woman - http://scrubsmag.com/you-know-youre-a-student-nurse-when.../
Find more about Bishop Alemezian, the See of Cilicia and Ecumenism at: http://www.armenianorthodoxchurch.org/v10/doc/events.htm
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His Grace Bishop Nareg Alemezian and Fr. Vazken Movsesian
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One Wish: iPhone, iDuduk, Wealth, Health or Light?

Posted: Thu, 15 Jul 2010 17:35:43 PDT

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Next Step #110: The Light of Transfiguration – one wish, what would it be? Health? Wealth? Or… ?; On the ethical and church issues with Apple’s iPhone mess, and a listen to iDuduk and iShvee (http://youtempo.com/). Looking beyond the corporate nature of the Church and avoiding the lies and hypocrisy Jesus warns against. Finally – some answers regarding Fr. Vazken’s nerves– was it the Gor concert?  Coffee? Vuvuzelas? Or the Highway Patrol?
Song: Sonya Varoujian’s “Breeze” from the Janabar album;
Ani’s Bubbles: “An angel smiling on you” (http://scrubsmag.com/author/aniburr/);
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for epostle.net
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Working the Streets with Love

Posted: Thu, 08 Jul 2010 15:22:58 PDT

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Next Step #109: Ara Arzumanian of Generation Next is our guest.  He discusses his article “Lost Kids of Armenian America”. Working with young people on the streets of Glendale, Ara gives a unique perspective of a growing problem, including drugs, sexual promiscuity, theft, gangs, and violence. A small glimpse at the kids and one man’s crusade to educate and mentor. Empty egos, identity and self-knowledge are all part of the discussion along with an added bonus: a primer on V-techs and Armos and the White washed.
Song: “Hayr Mer” by Samvel Gregoryan http://armeniansound.net/samvel-grigoryan-hayr-mer
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for epostle.net
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Ara Arzumanian and Fr. Vazken Movsesian disussing life on the streets of Glendale.
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Freedom to Weed it Out

Posted: Thu, 01 Jul 2010 19:18:00 PDT

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Next Step #108: Matthew Chapter 13 gets a special pruning, as the weeds are pulled from the grass. You won’t find a theodicy here, instead, it’s a meditation on true freedom from within. Blasting away the bonds of hatred and animosity. A most fitting reflection on this pre-Independence Day Celebration. It’s all here, even if you only hear “leb” along with a Fathers’ Day wish.  Now? Here’s a theory of why things happen at epostle.net. Drugs in Glendale: http://araratmagazine.org/2010/06/lost-kids-arm-america-1/ 
Music: "About God" by Gor Mkhitarian; Purchase SPIRIT album
Ani’s Bubbles: Ice Cream; (http://scrubsmag.com/author/aniburr/)
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for epostle.net
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Identity via Something Bigger than Self

Posted: Thu, 24 Jun 2010 14:25:39 PDT

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Next Step #107: Remember when “Rolling Stone” was counter-culture and war was unpopular? Developing identity in a changing world – (see The Atlantic Magazine article). The World Cup, Wimbledon and the Lakers – lessons on bringing peace and love to Kyrgyzstan and Darfur and rejecting bad-religion. Thoughts from inside the funeral procession: continuing to build the Virtual Church.
Song: “Shalakho” by Datevik http://www.naregatsi.org/Datevik/
Ani’s Bubbles: May the Budgie of Happiness Sit on Your Head, http://scrubsmag.com/author/aniburr
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for Epostle.net

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Wine, Bubble Gum and Vuvuzela!

Posted: Thu, 17 Jun 2010 17:08:58 PDT

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Next Step #106: Year 3 of the Next Step is kicked off with a discussion of the Jesus' pearl metaphor.  Armodoxy is a break from Bubble Gum religion – once you find the Kingdom of God, it doesn’t lose its flavor, nor can you spit it out. Drinking sweet wine is OK, but a Merlot is a more realistic flavor of life. Jesus instructs to live by a standard of “mercy, not sacrifice” (Matthew 12) it's so hard when distracted by vuvuzelas and Steve Jobs' technology for yesterday.
A lesson from the “Man from Ick
Song: "Victory" by Gor Mkhirtaryan Purchase SPIRIT Album
Ani’s Bubbles: Graduation Blessing http://scrubsmag.com/author/aniburr/
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for epostle.net
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Etchmiadzin is a Dream

Posted: Thu, 10 Jun 2010 14:25:23 PDT

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Next Step #105: Skip the Geography lesson. Don’t stress the History lesson. The Feast of Etchmiadzin is about making dreams come true. What is your vision for life? Here's a step-by-step approach to making dreams come true by dreaming faith, hope and love. Rising from the pit of life, or is that the Diocese partying on Ascension day? Letters from listeners expose hints at Armodoxy and In His Shoes.  Celebrating 2 years and running – join the celebration, you’re invited!
Music: "Etchmiadzin" by Seminarians of Vazkenian Seminary at Lake Sevan;
Ani's Bubbles: "Somebody to Love";
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for epostle.net
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Season 4: Episodes 79-104 | Season 5: Episodes 105-130 | Season 6: Episodes 131- 157 |
Season 7: Episodes 158 - 182 | Season 8: Episodes 183 - 209 | Season 9: Episodes 210 - 234 |
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