Fresh off the heels of Cameron's excitement about his first mention in EaterPDX, we took it upon ourselves to host Cameron for the first time on a podcast. Moving from the chef role at The Fireside, a second stint there, Cameron has gathered a team to open Morchella, slated to open its doors in mid-October, 2021. His first restaurant to which he can lay claim has his own will feature foraged edible food sourced by his staff. and others The restaurant will be built with a particular focus on quality of life for its employees, who will all be wearing numerous hats. Cameron and Chris talk about the sustainability of social-forward restaurants, as well as his experiences at other restaurants, and which chefs he's watching in Portland. Right at the Fork is supported by: Zupan's Markets: www.Zupans.com RingSide Steakhouse: www.RingSideSteakhouse.com Portland Food Adventures: www.PortlandFoodAdventures.com
103. Willingness to Adapt: The Church After Covid, with Kurt Fredrickson and Cameron Lee
Spiritual Life and Leadership
Kurt Fredrickson and Cameron Lee are on the faculty at Fuller Theological Seminary. In this episode, our conversation centers on the theme of resilience and the willingness to adapt. What does it mean to be resilient? And how do we become resilient leaders who are not only able but willing to adapt when called to do so?THIS EPISODE'S HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:Kurt Fredrickson leads the Doctor of Ministry and the Doctor of Global Leadership programs at Fuller Theological Seminary.Cameron Lee is the Professor of Marriage and Family Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary.For Cameron, it’s painful to see how the coronavirus has divided the church this past year.Kurt Fredrickson noticed that when you have to adapt, you adapt. And the church adapted.Visiting various online church services is not really church. The missing component is community.Kurt Fredrickson's biggest fear is that we’re just going to go back to church as it used to be—over-programmed and under-discipled.A crisis like this pandemic exposes the things that we tend to take for granted.To lead after Covid, leaders need to cultivate resilience, gratitude, and the ability to hold things loosely.Ministry leaders need to practice Sabbath. But it can be hard to practice Sabbath when one day bleeds into the next (as it seemed during the pandemic).Kurt Fredrickson defines resilience in terms of its opposite—the inability to snap back or be flexible.Cameron Lee connects resilience to the ability to manage stress.Cameron Lee shares how Covid has personally affected him, including the loss of his mother.To find out more about Kurt Fredrickson’s work, visit his Fuller Seminary profile page.You can find out more about Cameron Lee’s work by visiting his Fuller Seminary profile page or his blog, Squinting Through Fog.RELEVANT RESOURCES AND LINKS:Books mentioned:Tempered Resilience, by Tod BolsingerThat Their Work Will Be a Joy, by Kurt Fredrickson and Cameron LeeSurfing the Edge of Chaos, by Richard Pascale, Mark Milleman, and Linda GiojaKurt Fredrickson:Fuller Seminary profile pageCameron Lee:Fuller Seminary profile pageSquinting Through Fog blogRelated episodesEpisode 72: The Edge of Chaos, Part 1: Why Your Church Needs DisequilibriumEpisode 73: The Edge of Chaos, Part 2: Fresh New SolutionsEpisode 74: The Edge of Chaos, Part 3: Slowly, Then All of a Sudden— Links to Amazon are affiliate links.
Cameron Lee Price: Becoming a more sought after actor, shooting 1.6 million dollar film locations, and working with multiple agents to find your next role.
Cameron Lee Price is an actor making leaps and bounds! With a recent national commercial spot, Cameron takes us through his experiences juggling multiple agents, self-taped auditions, a few relocations to find the work, and what he worked through as a film producer. Cameron also stared in the latest, Little Grey Cat film, Ignorant Creatures. Zoe and Claire had a bit of fun this episode with someone they've worked with quite extensively in the past! You can hear in their voices how much Cameron brings to the table and it was an absolute treat to have him a part of Muse Unseen.
Each week, Tony Dunn from the C3 Panthers Podcast, catches up with an insider of the opposing team. This week the Carolina Panthers host the Chicago Bears, and Cameron Lee from the Bleav in Bears Podcast helps Tony get ready for the game. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ep 11: White Sox Manager Hunt + Cameron Lee Interview (Bears vs. Panthers Preview)
Bleav in Chicago Sports
Looking For a Complete Game with Bleav In Bears' Cameron Lee Plus Q&A
Locked On Falcons - Daily Podcast On The Atlanta Falcons
Aaron is joined by ex-NFLer Cameron Lee of the Bleav In Bears Podcast to preview the Week 3 action between the Atlanta Falcons and Chicago Bears.First, Aaron discusses Falcons ST Coordinator Ben Kotwica's explanation of why the Falcons failed to recover the onside kick in Week 2, before diving into his conversation with Cameron. They discuss whether the Bears defense is good enough to slow down the injury-plagued Falcons offense and if they have a strong enough ground game and weapons outside Allen Robinson to control the game offensively.Then Aaron answers lingering listener questions about the All-22 from the Falcons Week 2 loss to the Dallas Cowboys centered on Dirk Koetter's play-calling and game script and outlines Damontae Kazee and Keanu Neal's struggles in coverage.Cameron is on twitter: @ComebackCam.Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Rock AutoAmazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you.Built BarBuilt Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON,” and you’ll get $10 off your first order.MyBookieINVEST IN YOUR INTUITION. USE PROMO CODE LOCKEDON AND DOUBLE YOUR FIRST DEPOSIT. NEW PLAYERS GET UP TO $1,000 IN FREE PLAY - DESIGNED TO ADD MORE EXCITEMENT TO THE SPORTS YOU LOVE AND THE GAMES YOU BET. YOUR WINNING SEASON BEGINS TODAY...ONLY AT MYBOOKIE!NFL Game PassThis season, get football on your time with NFL Game Pass. See all the action from every game with full game replays.Go to nfl.com/gamepass to start your free trial today. KeepsIf you’re ready to take action and prevent hair loss, go to Keeps.com/lockedonnfl to receive your first month of treatment for free.Part of the Locked On Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this episode I was able to get the first pro on the Podcast. Cameron Lee has been one of the best guards to come out of the Columbia area, he was able to play overseas for a couple years before facing a devastating injury. In the pod we talk about everything from what it takes to have a winning culture, to being a pro and his mindset after his injury. Of course, like always we got into the NBA talk as well. Enjoy this episode.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
73.5 - Walter Brueggemann on Law That Listens, Cameron Lee on the Listening Stance, & Michael McBride on Racial Justice
In their lectures delivered at the 2015 Fuller Forum, Walter Brueggemann, renowned author and Old Testament scholar, presented the law of Yahweh not as static and totalizing but as an ongoing conversation between God and God’s people; Cameron Lee, professor of marriage and family studies, explained how neighborliness has developmental roots in early family relationships, and how this has implications for the ministry and life of the church; and Michael McBride, pastor of The Way Christian Center, talked about the role the church has to advocate for and participate in movements of racial justice, particularly by redeeming broken systems. The 2015 Fuller Forum explored the themes of justice, grace, and law and how each shapes our understanding of the church’s relationship with God and the church’s ministry in the world. Joined by Fuller scholars and other guests, renowned Old Testament scholar Walter Brueggemann, featured as the conference’s keynote speaker. Author of over a hundred books, he is the William Marcellus McPheeters Professor Emeritus of Old Testament at Columbia Theological Seminary.
Cameron Lee Small, 39, originally named He Seong Lee, was adopted from Korea at the age of two by white parents and grew up in a small town in Wisconsin. But he was never interested in knowing more about his native country or exploring his own feelings about being transracially adopted. But that changed in his 20s. Today, Small is a licensed therapist who specializes in helping transracially adopted adults and children, their parents and families, to grow in their journey and to acknowledge the complexities inherent in transracial and transnational adoption.
On this week’s Studio Red: The Podcast we talk to our guest Cameron Lee. We talk shop about everything from Cameron’s favourite gear, to some of his performance horror stories, to the dreaded pineapple on pizza question.