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We share stories about craft beer and the people behind it. On this podcast, you'll hear interviews with brewers, brewery owners and other craft beer industry folks telling it like it is in their own words. Born out of a genuine passion for craft beer, BAOS Podcast are Canadian-born with a worldwide perspective. Focused on the beer scenes in North America, Australia and across the globe, we’re a team who travels for the love of craft beer, showcasing the best brews we find and interviewing t ...
 
Originally featured as a five-part serial in All-Story Cavalier magazine in 1914 and later published in book form in 1916, The Beasts of Tarzan is the third book in the gripping Tarzan series. Shifting from London to the natural African scenery, the novel follows Tarzan as he finds himself in the wicked ploy of old enemies, which launches him into a mission to save his beloved wife and son, while also caring for his own welfare. Furthermore, he must go back to his previous life and reclaim h ...
 
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Churches are in a season of figuring out the complexity of digital ministry and how it relates to their theology. Does the Bible speak to online ministry? Listen to this podcast episode as Kingdom One Chief Development & Online Ministry Officer, Matt Curtis shares an eye-opening conversation with host Aaron Magnuson as they unpack the theology behi…
 
Back in February 2020, we launched our first ever themed season, Against The Grain, where we spoke with breweries in Quebec who took the path less followed and brewed beers that most breweries didn't. We had two final episodes lined up and booked, but they happened to be booked the first two weeks of the COVID lockdown and of course, they never hap…
 
Is Cryptocurrency the future of money? As cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin continue to become more and more mainstream, the church doesn’t have to play catch up on this conversation. In this podcast episode, host Nils Smith shares an insightful conversation about crypto for churches with Co-Founder & Chief Operating Officer at Engiven, Matt Hayes, …
 
If you want to remain comfortable, do not let Jesus ask you questions. I learned this the hard way a few years ago when I decided that as a Lenten practice, I would spend time each day reflecting on and praying with the questions that Jesus asks in the Gospels. If you have ever looked for these, you’ll notice that he asks a lot of questions. • What…
 
Does the Boy Jones ever become the Man Jones? Did he get murdered by the English government? And is trespassing still not illegal in England? Learn the answers to these questions and more in this final Boy Jones ep! Special thanks to Swing Whale for our music and to our patrons: Kathleen, Katelynn, Ashley, Loreena & Josh, Gamy, Sadie, Natalie, Nata…
 
It's been a solid run of back-to-back pods with amazing breweries across the continent, but sometimes we need to just slow it down and do a little catching up with the team. Tiffany Alexis, our illustrious producer, expert Social Media Marketer, YouTuber and just gorgeous human being, joined Cee for a couple of beers and a great Friday night chin w…
 
To be a parent is to be busy. We often start by wanting to get everything just right but end up just trying to hold things together. And then Lent comes around, and we either dream up fantastic spiritual regimens for ourselves, or we think, “Gosh, I can’t do another thing.” This is normal. What’s more, Lent is for normal people––not superheroes, no…
 
No matter where someone is in the world, technology makes it possible to reach them. How can church leaders leverage technology to go beyond a church’s physical location? In this podcast episode, our host Nils Smith is joined by his good friend Alan George, as they share a conversation about Alan’s decade worth of experience being the Online Pastor…
 
Back in 2017, we were sent an interesting bottle of beer with a black label that said "Gin Ale" on it, from a brewery I hadn't heard of. After I posted it, it became our #1 requested beer for trades with friends in Ontario and the US. That was Amiral's entrance into the Quebec craft beer scene, and now almost four years later, they're back with a f…
 
“We have to imagine a people so deeply committed to their neighbors that they would risk their lives for them—and risk their lives perhaps not even to save them, but simply to be present and perhaps to speak to them of another life. As we imagine that, we begin to see the enormity and beauty of our own vocation as Christians.” This at the very hear…
 
Doing church on social media didn’t make sense before as much as it does now. Today, you find churches even on TikTok and Reels! In this podcast episode, Transformation Church’s Content Strategist, Rohn Starling shares tips and tricks with our host Aaron Magnuson on maximizing TikTok and Instagram Reels to get the Gospel across a greater reach. Plu…
 
It's not often we meet other Australians here in Montreal, and it's even less often we connect with Australians in the craft beer industry in Canada. Back in the summer of 2018 at the glorious Foudres Unis festival, Cee connected with Christina Owczarek via a mutual friend (shouts to Jake!), a fellow Aussie from Melbourne who has been in the craft …
 
In the blink of an eye, digital technologies went from supplemental and exploratory in education to primary and necessary for continuing instruction during a global pandemic. This has been true in higher education as much as anywhere else. But how do you quickly move in-person learning experience into an online experience in an emergency, and then …
 
Gatineau, Quebec has been experiencing somewhat of a craft beer renaissance over the last couple of years, and one of those fire, innovative, new breweries is À La Dérive. Cee discovered them last summer and was blown away by the quality of their New England IPAs, so he was super excited to catch up with Co-Founders Sébastien Gandy and Jean-Françoi…
 
Who would have thought COVID-19 would impact our lives this long? In the first few months, everybody shifted to digital, then after a few weeks, a lot stopped too. How do you tap into a generation who just don’t want to consume but rather create? Is there really a “silver bullet” to influencing Gen Z? Listen to this podcast episode as our host, Aar…
 
Why is it so easy to get into Buckingham Palace? What is bear grease? And is Charles Dickens a creep? Join us this week, as Alexis teaches Hailey about the Boy Jones, a greasy stalker of Queen Victoria's. Special thanks to Swing Whale for our music and to our patrons: Kathleen, Katelynn, Ashley, Loreena & Josh, Gamy, Sadie, Natalie, Natalya, Daniel…
 
Back in 2018, Cee and Tiff collaborated with the Colorado Tourism Office and visited their beautiful state for 12 days (check the vlogs on our YouTube channel!). On their final night in Denver, they hit up the Great American Beer Festival, the biggest beer festival on the planet (or North America at least) and discovered the gloriousness that is We…
 
Over the past year, I have been reading J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings to my two younger boys, now age 7 and 9. We were into the third volume––called “The Return of the King”—and had just concluded the chapter entitled “Houses of Healing.” This is after the Battle of the Pelennor Fields, from which came great suffering and destruction, but also…
 
October last year, our host, Nils Smith, in partnership with Awesome Marriage CEO, Dr. Kim Kimberling, launched a self-paced Online Marriage Retreat designed to help couples in their most intimate relationship. In this podcast episode, Nils and Dr. Kim dive deep into this topic and how it can impact marriages in churches to not only survive, but th…
 
Barrel-aged sour beers are truly the ultimate mark of patience in the beer world, and nobody encapsulates that better than Sean McVeigh of Kanata, ON's Small Pony Barrel Works. The last time we hung with Sean on the podcast was in 2018 so this was a great return for the lord of the sours. A lot has been happening in his world, from the move into sm…
 
If you were to see the sacred, what would you see? Would you see beauty, light, color, form, simplicity, complexity, joy? One thing we can be sure of is that what we would see would be immersive and full-bodied. To really see the sacred is not about a fleeting or casual glance; it is a long, loving look that changes us.My guest today is an expert i…
 
Now that everything has gone digital, in the church space, how can we take off the time barriers, get engagement, and be in a community with our online audience as we share the Good News? In this podcast episode, Sandals Church’s Digital Senior Strategist, Nick Ovalle shares insights with host Aaron Magnuson about 2nd screen experience and how chur…
 
Do you go to a religious service for the celebration of St. Election? Ever been a victim of cooping? Well, after you listen to this episode, those things will make sense! Join Hailey in learning about Election Cake, real and violent election fraud, and what happens when things don't quite go as planned with voting. See acast.com/privacy for privacy…
 
We're back - Happy New Year! While it was genuinely great to take a bit of a breather after the hectic end of 2020 podcast run, it's amazing to jump online and chat to some of our favourite breweries once again. We figured we'd kick 2021 off proper by bringing back an old fave from 2018, Matt Reiner of Toronto's Rorschach Brewery! Matt and the team…
 
If you could see the full expanse of the universe, do you that might change your perspective? That probably seems ludicrous to even consider, but I gotta tell you: it happened to me. In 2006, I walked into a digital planetarium, and a couple hours later I walked out beginning to see things differently. The man I met when I walked in? Phil Sakimoto,…
 
Are you ready to crush social media this year? As people shift their conversations, and interactions digitally, you need to build a strong relationship with your audience online. Our host, Aaron Magnuson together with Beyond Football Director, Alexis Serna share a conversation on how we can maximize our social media network in 2021. Share your thou…
 
In a world where forgiveness seems less and less possible because transgressions are rendered more and more permanent, how can there be a tomorrow? Or maybe we need to ask that question another way: Is there a Christian way to have a tomorrow? Professor Joshua Mitchell of Georgetown University seeks to show us what is at stake in questions like the…
 
For the final podcast of 2020, we figured we'd just kick back with some fire brews and hang out with some homies. Émilie has been a friend of the podcast for a couple of years now, and it was finally time to have her on. A prolific Instagrammer, actress, dancer and a well-known Quebecois craft beer personality, Émilie is basically known as "mother …
 
Back in 2011 when Cee first started his 365 Days of Beer thing (long before the podcast), he took an Ontario beer trip with former co-host Scott, and the first brewery they went to was Nickel Brook. They happened to meet co-founder John Romano, who gave the guys their first-ever private brewery tour, something that they always appreciated. Fast for…
 
Over the quarantine season, we’ve seen an enormous growth and explosion of TikTok. As people are more drawn into this social media platform, the big question for churches is: should we get into TikTok, too? Our host, Nils Smith together with the Digivangelism co-founder, Sammy Kelly share their thoughts and insights on maximizing TikTok for digital…
 
Just before we recorded this episode, we realized that this was our first ever podcast with a brewery from Quebec City - something that was truly well overdue. Thanks to our fave guest co-host Noah Forrest of Beerism, we were put onto Brasserie Générale earlier this year, and when Tiff and Cee headed out east this summer they were top of the list t…
 
There is nothing not to like about today’s episode. Advent music, Christmas movies, and obsessive concern with “progressive solemnity,” with both well-reasoned and unfounded opinions mixed in.Joining me today is Carolyn Pirtle, program director of the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy. She’s going to take us through the sounds Advents, the films of Chr…
 
Are you a pastor on social media? Here’s a podcast episode for you. Our host, Nils Smith together with the Time of Grace Lead Speaker, Pastor Mike Novotny share a conversation on how pastors can navigate the complex realm of social media, to bring light into darkness, to personally know their congregants, and more. Share your thoughts using the has…
 
One of the top contenders for the MVP of Quebec craft beer in 2020 is Pub BreWskey. Helmed by Derrick Robertson, his unique and genre-bending beers have made a huge dent in the QC scene this year, and his sours have essentially made them the "smoothie guys". And while their smoothie sours are unbeatable in Canada, their haze, stouts and crispybois …
 
Every child is a mystery, but as scientific advances in prenatal testing grow, so does the temptation to know more and more about our unborn children. Will they be healthy? What are the chances they will have a disability? With questions like these comes another question: how much is too much when it comes to trying to know who our children will be…
 
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