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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Glenn Jordan. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Glenn Jordan, often where they are interviewed.

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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Glenn Jordan. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Glenn Jordan, often where they are interviewed.

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Re-examining Biblical Stories with Glenn Jordan

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Remembering Glenn Jordan by the Corrymeela Community
https://www.corrymeela.org/news/184/remembering-glenn-jordan

"In every situation we find ourselves, particularly at the margins of life, we need to evaluate each time in the light of compassion. Stories help us do that by forcing us to think broader, wider, and differently about situations. Stories establish a principle that compassion trumps the law and invite us to bring that principle into the complexity of our everyday life."

Glenn was a public theologian working with Corrymeela, the oldest peace and reconciliation organization in Northern Ireland. Corrymeela's public theology work exists to motivate and support faith groups to widen circles of relationship, trust and witness. He was a Tedx speaker and a writer on evangelical identity in Ireland, and on urban theology and was particularly interested in the power of story to create newness. He blogged on the http://crookedshore.com, named after the place where he lived and walked with his wife and two dogs.

To learn more about Holden Village, visit: http://www.holdenvillage.org or to listen to more audio recordings visit: http://audio.holdenvillage.org

The Holden Village Podcast is accessible through Apple iTunes, Google Play Music, Spotify, TuneIn, iHeart Radio, and most podcast apps.

To contact the podcast author, podcast@holdenvillage.org
Jun 10 2020 · 5mins
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Reflections on the Book of Ruth with Glenn Jordan

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Glenn is a native of Bray in Co Wicklow in Ireland and has been living in Northern Ireland since 1987. For 15 years he has worked on Skainos Square a transformative urban regeneration project in the inner city of Belfast, Northern Ireland. He is currently pursuing doctoral studies in Isaiah looking at the issue of imagination and community transformation. He enjoys sport, particularly rugby, cycling and football, walking his two dogs, listening to music and blogging on the crooked shore.

To learn more about Holden Village, visit: www.holdenvillage.org or to listen to more audio recordings visit: http://audio.holdenvillage.org
Aug 02 2019 · 9mins
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Planting Sequoias with Glenn Jordan

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Glenn is a native of Bray in Co Wicklow in Ireland and has been living in Northern Ireland since 1987. For 15 years he has worked on Skainos Square, a transformative urban regeneration project in the inner city of Belfast, Northern Ireland. He is currently pursuing doctoral studies in Isaiah looking at the issue of imagination and community transformation.

To learn more about Holden Village, visit: www.holdenvillage.org

To hear more from Glenn Jourdan, visit: http://audio.holdenvillage.org/node/17720
Apr 21 2018 · 6mins
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ASMAC Luncheon with Duane Tatro & Glenn Jordan - May 2016

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ASMAC’s May 18th luncheon was a special "Honor Our Own" event, where we proudly acknowledged two excellent composers/arrangers who have excelled in both their careers and their support of ASMAC.

First up to be introduced by President Kim Richmond was Duane Tatro. After we celebrated his 89th birthday with a cake and candles, Duane treated the audience to a brief retrospective of his career. Glenn Jordan was our second honoree, an award-winning songwriter, composer, producer, singer and performer whose music is heard every day by millions of people. Many of you may not know that Glenn Jordan is a former member of the group Sha Na Na.

To learn more about this "Honor Our Own" Luncheon with Duane Tatro and Glenn Jordan, please visit: http://www.asmac.org/asmac-honors-our-own/
Sep 25 2016 · 1hr 11mins
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#EndPovertyNI @LawCentreNI's Glenn Jordan @crookedshore introduces annual lecture

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#LCNIsocialjustice2015 #EndPovertyNI Blog post about the lecture and interview with Julia Unwin at http://sluggerotoole.com/2015/10/20/joseph-rowntree-foundations-julia-unwin-lecture-why-fight-poverty/

Oct 20 2015 · 8mins
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Glenn Jordan @crookedshore (director of @LawCentreNI) opens #ModernSlavery conference

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Sep 10 2015 · 12mins