63 results for author: Bri-anne Swan


Let Healing Swiftly Come: Part 1

Episode 21: Jesus proclaims his purpose. Bri-anne doesn't like the cold, or the baggage of childhood Christology. Music by Drew Pierce, Buddy, Greene, Bri-anne Swan and Zoë Ladner.


Bringing the Gifts

Episode 19: The wise men show up bringing their gifts, but what are they for? Just because something didn't historically happen doesn't mean it's not true. What are we taking from our stories? Music by The Great Wilderness and Daughter.


O Come: A Christmas Eve Special

An account of Jesus' birth according to the Gospel of Luke. Music by Mercedes Valentine, Bri-anne Swan, Chris Tindal, The Crofts Family and The Many.


Address to the York Region District School Board Standing Committee

Comments speaking to threats of legal action made by the East Gwillimbury-Whitchurch Stoufville Trustee-Elect.


If Together is All That We’ve Got

Episode 18: Risk and Enmeshment - Ruth clings to Naomi. Love your neighbour because you ARE your neighbour. Vote Nov 6th. Music by Christa Couture and The Sun Harmonic.


God is Here (and so are we)

Episode 17: Xenophobia wins an East Gwillimbury election. Jesus tells us to go out into the World. Prayers for the friends, family and community of the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburg. Music by Agency, Jessica Allossery and Carolyn McDade.


No Time to Get Distracted

Whether Elizabeth Terrell-Tracey ends of trustee is not the point. The real work is in addressing how people voted for her in the first place.


When Xenophobia Wins an Election

Partisanship is not okay, but we are called to name injustice where we see it.


Wisdom Cries Out

Mini Episode: Wisdom is crying out in the streets and she's angry. Sound familiar? Bri-anne is pathetically sick. Music by Rod MacDonald and Jump Little Children.


Find Somewhere to Go (Because we Grow Where We are Needed)

Episode 16: Jesus facepalms his way through Mark's gospel as the disciples keep missing the point. So does the Church. Who are we called to follow? How do we stay salty? Music by Raïssa Simone and The Sweet Maries. Words by Kahlil Gibran.