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We are a new church in Aurora finding a new day in Jesus. We want to help everyone experience the radiant light and grace of God, find a safe home in the church, and shine the light of Jesus by loving our neighbors and neighborhoods in the city of Aurora. City of Light is a church that is fully evangelical, fully sacramental, and full of the Holy Spirit. We believe in the power of Jesus to transform our lives, families, and communities through his church.
 
Have you ever felt like you’re “too much?” Too intense? Too consumed by whatever life has in store, that you cannot ever feel fulfilled? Aurora Remember Holtzman has news: you are not too much. Perhaps you simply haven’t embraced your naturally excitable self? In “Embracing Intensity,” Aurora will take everything you think you know about what it means to be intense and excitable, and show you how intensity is not a weakness but a hidden power. Each week, Aurora will interview a strong, creat ...
 
The Arctic and the Antarctic are privileged locations for observers interested in understanding how our world is shaped by the forces of nature and the workings of history. These areas have inspired countless humans to undertake epic expeditions of discovery and have witnessed both great triumphs and miserable defeats. As a planetary litmus paper it is at the poles we can detect the effects of natural oscillations and human activities on the global ecosystems.
 
At Lead2Serve Pastor Ed Taylor discusses the value of servant leadership. We recognize the best leaders will always first be the best servants. From Church Planters to Senior Pastors, Sunday School teachers to CEO's, the wisdom shared will be a great benefit to your life! Pastor Ed is the Senior Pastor of Calvary Church, in Aurora Colorado
 
Join us as we study through the Bible during our Mid-week and Weekend Services at Calvary Aurora. Our vision is evangelism with a responsibility to, WIN | DISCIPLE | SEND. Win a person to Jesus | (Mark 16:15) - Disciple a person in Jesus | (Matthew 28:19) - Send a person for Jesus | (Acts 1:8). For more information on Calvary Aurora visit calvaryaurora.org.
 
Join us as we study through the Bible during the Mid-week and Weekend services at Calvary Aurora. Our vision is evangelism with a responsibility to, WIN | DISCIPLE | SEND. Win a person to Jesus | (Mark 16:15) - Disciple a person in Jesus | (Matthew 28:19) - Send a person for Jesus | (Acts 1:8). For more information on Calvary Aurora visit calvaryaurora.org.
 
Aurora Floyd, the daughter of a rich banker and an actress, could not have had a better start: back from a finishing school in Paris, she is beautiful, clever and rich. Two men instantly fall in love with her. But when they discover that she have done something very wrong in her past, who will stand by her side? With a set of unforgettable characters, the author delivers to us what she calls "a domestic drama". This book asks some major questions: is it good to love someone even if they lied ...
 
Where we come from has everything to do with who we are. And that’s the phenomenon we’ll explore in season 2 of In Progress, as host Aurora James, founder of Brother Vellies, takes listeners on a candid, intimate journey with standout entrepreneurs and thought leaders. Luminaries like Melanie Elturk, Patty Rodriguez, Anine Bing explore how their origin stories and formative cultural experiences have shaped and continue to shape their careers—for better or worse. Presented in partnership with ...
 
“The ancient clock in the Land of Dreams struck thirteen, and the dreams, now free, soared back to Earth under first vesper’s light …" And so begins “The Thirteenth Hour,” a tale about dreams and wishes, wild hearts and childhood promises, and the quest to find the unsung hero that lies in all of us. It's also a story for everyone who has been told to get their heads out of the clouds and stop daydreaming. In this fairy tale for adults, a young man named Logan goes on a quest accompanied by ...
 
Afro-Latina + white besties invite white people into courageous conversations about race with accountability via a judgement-free podcast + learning community.The Opt-In with Aurora + Kelly invites its audience to an intimate, ongoing conversation between a Woman of Color and a white woman who are unpeeling their collective conditioning, exploring ongoing re-education, and stumbling on their traumas and blind spots, all while making more space for love, forgiveness, freedom, and truth. The O ...
 
GENERATORS | Our podcasts are all about generators. Our primary focus is on Home and Off-Grid power generation and includes discussions on picking the right size generator to the differences between them. We welcome your questions and do our best to answer them here on our website, blog posts, forums, and social media. Aurora Generators Inc. | Generators for Home, Off-Grid & Industrial Applications | http://www.AuroraGenerators.com | Info@AuroraGenerators.com
 
Trudie Lem is ugly. Irresponsible. Alien. Space Captain. Earth Detective. Only the galaxy knows how she survived prior to enlisting Aurora, her co-pilot and overall minder. Together they solve minor Earth mysteries and confront greater galactic threats. Trudie drinks and flirts with the small town inhabitants of their adopted home. Aurora dreams of a life where she's in charge and back in the sky. With Trudie's penchant for trouble and Aurora's desire to do something other than answer the da ...
 
Weekend Messages from the Flatirons Community Church teaching team. Flatirons Community Church has five Colorado campuses, Lafayette, West Golden (near Genesee), Aurora, and Downtown Denver. Lead Pastor: Jim Burgen. Teaching Pastor: Ben Foote. West Campus Pastor: Adam Berry. Lafayette Campus Pastor: Zack Weingartner. Denver Campus Pastor: Stefan Guzowski. Aurora Campus Pastor: Cole Willard, Longmont Campus Pastor: Stephen Krieger. For more information, visit flatironschurch.com
 
Are you looking for an easy to use, functional dispatch software solution? At Aurora Software, we provide NOVA transportation software module to manage your transportation requirements. Our transportation software solution is perfectly designed to help your company grow to heights that you’ve imagined ever. For more information, please visit our website at https://www.aurorasoftware.com/
 
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Named one of TIME Magazine's top 100 Influential people of 2020, Sister Norma Pimentel has been providing food, shelter, dignity + compassion to migrants seeking refuge in the US. Aurora + Kelly are invited into Sr. Norma's grounded and joyous space to discuss the community which refugees of all different countries create under hazardous circumstan…
 
Welcome to WNIJ's Poetically Yours. Poetically Yours showcases poems by northern Illinois poets. Today's poem is by Aurora Deputy Poet Laureate, Quentin Johnson. Johnson was born in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea to missionary parents. He grew up in the Midwest, living in Minnesota, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa and Michigan. He has lived most of his …
 
The story of an evacuee from one of Colorado’s fall fires. Then, a picture of where Republican Sen. Cory Gardner lands on the issues ahead of the election. Later, Aurora’s poet laureate Assetou Xango reflects on turbulent times as the city confronts injustice. Finally, how spacecraft Osiris-Rex collected samples from an asteroid.…
 
What did Democrats learn after the 2016 election? Political scientist, Seth Masket, explores this in his new book, “Learning From Loss.” Then, two Coloradans who voted for President Trump the first time, weigh in on the last four years and whether they’ll vote for him again. Later, meet more New Americans who are voting for the first time.…
 
Welcome to WNIJ's Poetically Yours. Poetically Yours showcases poems by northern Illinois poets. This week's poem is by Cheryl Sheinman. Sheinman is a teacher and dialogue facilitator. Being a graduate of Jungian and archetypal psychology, she writes about bringing consciousness to our social landscape via pieces on voice, justice, trauma, death an…
 
It has been said that “Music can soothe the savage beast.” But sometimes music can be used to heighten the fright. A Chicago violinist is using her instrument to celebrate Halloween during the 18 th episode of her free virtual weekly show. Rachel Barton Pine started doing "Family Fridays with RBP" when the pandemic hit. She said she thought it woul…
 
Today, what you need to know to use the state's new notification system to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Then, meet a New American in Alamosa. Also, how health care factors into the U.S. Senate race in Colorado. And, "Terror at 5280" scares up some spooky stories just in time for Halloween.
 
It's time for our annual halloween episode! I had my friend Kaci come on as a guest host(you may remember her from when she and her girlfriend Emily came onto the podcast at the beginning of the year!), and we shared a few of our own stories before diving into the spooky/creepy stories you sent in. Get ready to get spooked! Follow Aurora on Instagr…
 
This election convinced Phanvichka Rath Fisk to become a citizen after 16 years. His story kicks off our special series on New Americans. Then, a Boulder researcher says natural ecosystems can be resilient in the face of climate change. Plus, Purplish on early voting and intimidation. And one teen overcomes political and pandemic stress.…
 
What role do churches have in contributing to the political divide in this country -- and in healing it? Our guests are Pastor Mark Feldmeir, of Saint Andrew United Methodist Church in Highlands Ranch, Reverend Amanda Henderson who’s joining The Iliff School of Theology, and Pastor Tracey Perry, who does ministry and social justice work across the …
 
Episode #272: Halloween Episode Part 1: 80s Food and The Lost Boys 1 https://archive.org/download/podcast-272/Podcast%20272.mp3 This week, I’m joined by fellow 80s enthusiasts Joe Fangsrud von Esch and Adam Crohn to discuss 80s food as a precursor to a much longer discussion on the 1987 film, The Lost Boys. To start, I invite you to take a culinary…
 
In today’s show, I introduce you to a good friend who has been an anchor for me in creating a community over the last ten years, both in-person and online. Join us! Lana Quackenbush has been part of my Ignite Your Power program for several years, and she frequently joined the monthly Embracing Intensity guest calls last year. I’ve seen from the beg…
 
10/25 WK6: A Culture of Sexual HolinessSCRIPTURE: Thessalonians 4:1-8 SUMMARY: Following King Jesus teaches us what is truly loving and empowers us to live in holiness.DISCUSSION: Find all of the mentions of the word “holy” or “holiness” in this section. What is holiness? In v. 3, Paul says that Jesus instructs us to avoid all sexual immorality. Ha…
 
In this special edition of Lead2Serve, Pastor Ed talks about the biblical expectations of spiritual leaders during this prolonged crisis. On the foundation of a recent staff discipleship day here at Calvary, Pastor Ed takes us through Numbers 13 and 2 Timothy 4, reminding us of the key role God has given to spiritual leaders in times of great crisi…
 
Wildland firefighter, Dan Gibbs, gives an update from the Cameron Peak Fire front lines. Then, to be Black in America is often to be perceived as a threat, writes former Bronco Reggie Rivers. Plus, the new owner of CrossFit on the company’s future. And, reflecting on the unsung novel, “Stoner.” Finally, some haunts to get you in the Halloween mood.…
 
Personal stories as a wildfire rages near Grand Lake. Then, the long view on the state's recording-setting wildfires and why some experts say the relationship with fire needs to change. Also, Prop EE and how it got on the ballot. Plus, why climate change is a key issue for voters. And how people are responding to a deadly shooting at a protest in D…
 
Today, helping doctors, nurses, and other first responders cope with the pressure of the pandemic. Then, what one school is doing to find students who may have gotten lost in the era of remote learning. And, a look at some of the themes on municipal ballots, from broadband to marijuana. Plus the Purplish team on the Senate debates.…
 
1. Believe you are blessed Isaac sowed seed in that land, and in that year he reaped a hundred times what was sown. The Lord blessed him, 13 and the man became rich and kept getting richer until he was very wealthy. Genesis 26:12-13 (CSB) And Abimelech said to Isaac, “Leave us, for you are much too powerful for us.” 17 So Isaac left there, camped i…
 
How do we heal the trauma of a country built on stolen land with stolen people? Look no further for a holistic plan for America, than Dr. Gail Christopher. Dr. Gail is the visionary and architect for the Truth Racial Healing and Transformation (TRHT) Commission, a resolution going in front of the US House of Representatives. Healing is a natural pr…
 
Watch this episode on video It's Aurora season and capturing this amazing phenomenon in the ionosphere isn't as difficult as you think. Chris and Henry look at photos and discuss their experiences and stories around the pictures. The most important things to watch out for is to dress warm (because it's cold), watch stray light, expose long, use a t…
 
We are celebrating our 4th anniversary, 101K downloads! At this rate, I’ll make 200K in ½ the time! Keep sharing and listening so the message of Embracing Intensity can spread to those who need it! For this week’s special episode, I asked audience and community members to share “What does Embracing Intensity mean to me?” I left it deliberately open…
 
There are more Black women presiding over Colorado courtrooms than at any time in state history and we hear from two of them. They say we all gain from a diversity of perspectives. Then, Super PACS are spending big and it’s been an election season full of rumors of voter intimidation. Also, collecting a piece of an asteroid speeding through space.…
 
Episode #271 and Like a Hood Ornament 19: Welcome Nicole Dubuc, Executive Producer of the Rocketeer Animated Series https://archive.org/download/podcast-271/Podcast%20271.mp3 This week, I’d like to welcome screenwriter, actress, and producer Nicole Dubuc to the show. She is the executive producer of the Rocketeer cartoon that came out about a year …
 
10/18 WK5:A Hard-working KingdomSCRIPTURE: Thessalonians 4:9-12SUMMARY: In the culture of the church, we work hard at being generous. DISCUSSION: In the ancient world and in many cultures today, large extended families share their home, their resources, their food, their work, their lives. How do we normally think about the church as a the family o…
 
Today, Democratic U.S. Senate candidate John Hickenlooper in a one-on-one interview focused on health care, new energy jobs, climate change, and ethics and leadership. Then, a Colorado Wonders question about signatures on the ballots. Also, how some undocumented immigrants are enduring the pandemic. Plus, a "coronavirus-conscious" stargazing road t…
 
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