On this episode, we talk to David Jennings, a longtime coach and newly elected City Council member in Brewton, Alabama. David and Allen discuss the major impacts the people of Brewton have had (and continue to have) on David as well as all the lessons he's learned through a career in coaching. Visit the Brewton City Council website
In this episode, you will meet DAVID JENNINGS, an instrumental polyglot, singer and preacher. You may know him from “Breakthrough” at NAYC 2017, but he is so much more than that. Learn about his start in music, how he earns a living as a full-time musician, and more. This is not a week to miss!
Season 4, Ep13 -- David Jennings Author of American Spirit: Wild Turkey Bourbon from Ripy to Russell
One Nation Under Whisky
From passion to pen, David Jennings (aka Rarebird101) has written THE book on the history, the people, and stories behind Wild Turkey Bourbon: American Spirit: Wild Turkey Bourbon from, Ripy to Russell. David Jennings' voice is an asset to the whisky writing community. Joshua and Jason were happy and honored to spend a little time with David. So, as usual, have a seat, have a pour, and listen in. Unless you're driving. If you're driving, be smart and stay sober but be sure to listen into the conversation! Special thanks to: - Weigh Down for allowing us to use their song "Wooden Monsters" as our theme song- Moana McAuliffe for designing our Podcast Logo- RØDE for making *really* great microphones- Focusrite for making awesome USB receivers- Olympus and Tascam for making fine mobile recording devices- Joshua Hatton for producing and editing
David combines, as few do, superb legal analysis with equally superb theological thinking. When Karl Bath, who stands alongside the Apostle Paul, Maximus the Confessor, Aquinas, and Calvin, came to America in 1962 he met William Stringfellow. Stingfellow was a lawyer like Calvin and David. Barth said Stringfellow was the finest theological mind in America. If the great theologian were to come today and was fortunate enough to meet David he would laud him as well. My own thinking is always enlarged by the conversations we have had over the years moving in areas I have only occasionally considered. What is the purpose of law, not just how it functions technically as a profession but the why of law? Why is justice important? Similarly what gift does business bring to our common life? What is the inner dynamic of the businessperson, the way one must engage in a full range of considerations to accomplish stated purposes and live or die based on one’s judgment, decisions, and relationships? Does the Conservative tradition still exist within our political parties? And, is capitalism, as some have recently argued, at the end of its tether? While it may be a stretch for some, certainly not for David, how does the Christian understanding of the Incarnation and the Trinity shift thinking on these practical questions and move them beyond the usual theological reduction imposed by ideology on both the right and left. Finally, there is the question of stewardship and philanthropy. What has motivated David and others to devote half their time and all their skill and energy to seeing that artists and others with cultural vision may flourish?Welcome to our conversation.
4.5.2020 Columbus Quarantine Stories - David Jennings
Columbus! Something New
Our guest is David Jennings. We chat about life before and after March 2020, what David misses, if there are any positive discoveries, and his hopes for when the quarantine is over. We are in this together, Columbus!
This week’s talk is an exhortation given by Bro. David Jennings that was given at the Verdugo Hills Ecclesia in 2015 on The Parable of the Sower. Thank you for listening, God bless, and talk to you next week. Send talk suggestions or comments to: GoodChristadelphianTalks@gmail.com For Show Notes, visit our website: Anchor.fm/GCT Social Media: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
6. David Jennings - Rare Bird 101, Bourbon Includes Whiskey Bear/LBS Russells, Single Cask Nation Wild Turkey #16-313
The Bourbon Road
We talk all things Wild Turkey with David Jennings of Rare Bird 101. We also discuss his up coming book while sipping on the Whiskey Bear/LBS Russells pick and the Single Cask Nation Wild Turkey #16-313 10 year. Subscribe so you won't miss a single episode. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @thebourbonroad. Find David's blog at rarebird101.com. Thanks to LogHeads Home Center for supporting this episode. Find out more about their fine rustic furniture at logheadshomecenter.com.