Joshua Wagner | Why is the Evangelist Needed? Why Doesn’t God Send Angels to Announce His Existence?
The Evangelism Podcast
Why are evangelists needed? Why doesn’t God just send angels down to earth to announce His existence? Today, Joshua Wagner, an evangelist and a theologian, discusses why God made evangelists essential to His plans for humanity.
Ep 34- To like or not to like Ft Joshua Wagner y Stephany Liriano
Jorg, en este episodio el Jorg Lamarche no pudo estar con nosotros (el ta ahí behind the scenes) y por esa razón invitamos a Joshua Wagner y Stephany Liriano, dos actores dominicanos a hablar de los LIKES y cómo estos dominan el día a día de nuestra vida cotidiana.¿Por qué hay gente que da tantos likes? ¿Por qué a otros se les hace imposible darlos? ¿Qué significa un Like? ¿Importan o no, dicen algo o no? ¿Los hombres y las mujeres dan likes de diferentes formas? Bueno, el tema es bastante amplio . Finalmente, tiramos un pequeño ranking de las cosas que mas likes cogen, listado que podría servir como guía para conseguir más likes :p
Episode 28 - The Badger Game with London May and Joshua Wagner
Beer With Bear (Or Any Other Beverage)
Beer With Bear (Or Any Other Beverage) Episode 28 with London May and Joshua Wagner of The Badger Games. Hello once again, folks! In this one we talk with London May and Joshua Wagner of The Badger Game, directed by Thomas Zambeck and Joshua Wagner, and music composed by London May and R.J. Gallantine! London May has played with such acts as: Samhain, Tiger Army, Reptile House, Cold Cave, and many more! We talk about his roots and his composing of The Badger Game music along with his co-director, Joshua Wagner. Catch The Badger Game wherever movies stream! And look out for London May's new compilation album, Devilution: The Early Years 1981-1993, releasing July 1st, 2016. Thank you very much and we hope you enjoy. Guest Links: The Badger Game Website London May Website Joshua Wagner Twitter Episode Cover by Jeremie Fletcher Theme Song by Chris Hellking Pod Links: Download Soundcloud Facebook Instagram Twitter Tumblr Support The Show and Look Good Doing It! Online Store
022 Joshua Wagner - "Figure Out How I Can Marry All These People"
That Was Interesting
Welcome to Episode 022 with Joshua Wagner. This weeks episode is with the very talented Joshua Wagner. We talk about hockey, being ordained and josh dose lots of voices. Tell us what you think on Twitter @craiglambard As always go find our Interesting things on the internet! Facebook - Search That Was Interesting Twitter - @was_interesting Instagram - @was_interesting www.thatwasinteresting.co.uk Enjoy! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Newest to sprout in South Beach is the Regent Cocktail Club, a classic cocktail bar located at the back of the revamped Gale Hotel. Interested to hear about this new concept, Chat Chow TV schmoozed with Joshua Wagner, Miami’s after-hours aficionado and managing partner of Regent Cocktail Club, over Manhattans and Mint Juleps. “Everyone is jazzed up about new trends, food and beverage, everything along those lines,” Wagner observes. “But I think we also need to make the standards of what our basics are, what our pars are, what our standards are as a city. So classics, back to the core, create the standard of what it should be and just really get back to the basics.” And the locals are loving it. Regent draws a mixed crowd, attracted to the venue for its unique recipe of curated cocktails and vintage vibe. “It’s all about approachability,” Wagner says of the atmosphere. “We don’t want this to be pretentious. You walk in here, it’s Fats Waller, it’s Ella Fitzgerald, it’s John Coltrane. It’s a conversation and a cocktail. […] We have got 25-year-old young people inhere to 60-year-old couples that are coming to enjoy great music, great conversation and fundamentally great cocktails.” Club-goers can expect the libation basics to be perfect, with nightly shake-ups in its live music lineup (think Havana Nights or live jazz singers). Daily drink menus shift as well, with six new specialty cocktails to try each evening. Don’t like what’s on-menu? Wagner highly suggests engaging with your barkeep about your spirit preferences—it’s part of the experience. Serious sippers can keep tabs on their favorite tried tipples with Regent’s passport, a VIP amenity for the bibulous barfly that also grants access to exclusive member-only events. Check out the video above to see why Regent exudes a cool-kid Al Capone quality. Then stop in and get your passport stamped.