10 The Universal Moan - Part Two (w David Bailey, Ashlee Eiland, and Drew Jackson)
The Eternal Current Podcast
David Bailey, Ashlee Eiland, and Drew Jackson reflect on the previous episode with Dr Barbara A Holmes. From their experience in the black church—and moving through life in black bodies—they explored Dr Holmes’ vision of the universal moan and invited us all to participate in appropriate ways. A beautiful and stretching conversation with three incredible guides.
We're joined this week by none other than the man behind our theme song, Drew Jackson, a.k.a MoonRayker to discuss the N64 in all its glory!Drew's Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/drewcifurMoonRayker: https://www.twitter.com/moonraykermusicTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/NES_PODInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/NES_PODPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/nostalgiaentertainmentsystemTwitch: https://www.twitch.tv/nostalgiasystempodcast★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Poet, Pastor, and Peacemaker, Drew Jackson joins us to talk about his forthcoming book “God Speaks Through Wombs”. Drew has an amazing ability to reclaim the narratives of scripture through his poetry and talking with him was inspiring and challenging and we are so honored to share our conversation with you!https://www.djacksonpoetics.com/https://www.ivpress.com/god-speaks-through-wombshttps://www.madeforpax.org/Don't forget to rate and subscribe so you never miss an episode.http://www.everydaythinplaces.com
Pastor Drew Jackson shares about the communal practices that help anchor his church in God's tangible love for the East Village of NYC. He talks about the embodied work of justice, why preaching alone is not enough, and how his community cultivates a life of action and contemplation. Drew also guides us in two different practices.
Episode 054 - Drew Jackson and Michael Steinberg, Getting to know StreetMetrics
The OOH Insider Show
When it comes to measuring ads that move, there are a lot of different ideas on the best way to do it.For StreetMetrics, location data and an understanding of HOW things move in the real world has led them to creating one of the most exciting measurement tools for mobile media companies. Founder and CEO, Drew Jackson pivoted his family business into a location measurement focus to solve the problem - how do I measure my ad campaign on things that move?They've built a sustainable platform with a great user-experience, updating their location data and campaign results every 24 hours so that #brands can have a finger on the pulse of and understand the value of their #ooh campaign.Special thanks to #Wrapify for making this conversation possible.With data visualization, multi-channel retargeting and OOH attribution reporting, you can manage your entire mobile ad campaign from your laptop, just like your digital marketing.Check out Boost by Wrapify at https://www.wrapify.com/boost/Support the show (http://oohswag.com)Boost by Wrapify Providing moving OOH providers with Attribution, Multi-Channel Retargeting and Data Visualization.
Tom explains Pixies lyrics. Keith writes a sequel to a children's classic.Patreon:www.patreon.com/ThisIsNotAShowYou can email us questions at: firstname.lastname@example.orgSocial Media:This Is Not a ShowTwitter: @NotaShowPodInstagram: @thisisnotashowpodKeith:All things: @KeithTellsJokesTomAll things: @gossgoss6Watch Serious Hockey Talk:www.youtube.com/watch?v=prYzLnVAdug
Amplifying Black Voices - An Interview With Drew Jackson
Keeping Jewish Weird
In this episode, pastor Drew Jackson from Hope East Village talks with Eryn and Isaac about his experiences as a Black man in America. At KJW, we know Jewish identity, in many cases, has been forged in the fires of oppression - we want to show our solidarity with other oppressed people by amplifying their voices. Many thanks to Drew for talking with us.If you want to learn more about Drew, his faith community Hope East Village, or hear more of what he has to say regarding life, spirituality, and justice, check out the Hope East Village website - www.hopeeastvillage.org
Episode 7 From Housing Markets to Raising Kids with Drew Jackson
Drew Jackson is a renowned musician that has traveled the country over playing lead guitar for the Alternative band Six Color Press. His experiences has led him down multiple paths that ended up with him becoming a realtor for the Havard Real Estate Group.Drew has been married to his wife Sarah for 12 years. They two children, Mallory and Owen. Drew enjoys carpentry, playing music and lead a worship at his church.You can follow Drew and his Facebook Vlog called Mondays in the Metro.This episode is brought to you by Bark.usBark's affordable, award-winning dashboard proactively monitors text messages, YouTube, emails, and 30+ different social networks for potential safety concerns, so busy parents can save time and gain peace of mind. Try it at https://www.bark.us/protects/saysomething10Support the show (http://paypal.me/saysomethingassembly)