A bi-monthly public affairs radio program that airs live on KYRS Radio, 88.1FM and 92.3FM, in Medical Lake/Spokane, WA on the 2nd, 4th and 5th Mondays of the month at 3pm (PST). The program educates listeners about the diversity of spiritual and religious views and practices; examines current local, national and international issues through a spiritual lens; and challenges the ways in which organized religion has been, and is currently being, used as a weapon of oppression. www.revolutionaryspirituality.com
Mark Terrell, the founder and Executive Director of Cup of Cool Water Ministries discusses the spiritual journey that led him to focus his attention and his ministry on homeless and street youth.
Contact: http://cupofcoolwater.org. Show originally aired on 7/14/08.
Direct download: 2008-08-31-20-29-00.mp3
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Sicco Rood of the Spokane Zen Center discusses Buddhism, offering a basic understanding of the spiritual philosophy and world religion that is based on the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama, who lived about 26 centuries ago in what is now northeastern India, and came to be called "the Buddha," which means "awakened one." The basic tenets of Buddhism include the Four Noble Truths and the Eightfold Path.

Contact: http://zencenterspokane.org  Show orignally aired on 7/7/08.

Direct download: 2008-08-30-20-22-43.mp3
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Spirituality and Sexual Orientation - Part 2. As a part of Pride Month, the guest for this show is Alfreda Lanoix, the former pastor of Unity Fellowship Church in Los Angeles. Rev. Freda is an out, African American Lesbian who discusses her life journey and her spiritual awakening. Due to technical difficulties with the recording of this show, the sound quality is not very good. Contact - http://myspace.com/revfreda or revfreda@aol.com
Show originally aired on 6/9/08.
Direct download: 2008-08-30-19-18-03.mp3
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Spirituality and Sexual Orientation - Part 1. As a part of Pride Month, the guest for this show is Ryan Olson, a 24 year old gay man who discusses his coming out process, his graduation from a private Jesuit University, and his spiritual journey. Contact - http://myoutspirit.com . Show originally aired on 6/2/08.

Direct download: 2008-08-30-10-26-37.mp3
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Sue Eastgard, the Executive Director of Youth Suicide Prevention Program, based in Seattle Washington, discusses suicide, suicide prevention, recognizing the warning signs of someone who is at risk for suicide, and the religious stigma that has been, and still is, attached to suicide.
Contact: http://yspp.org. Originally aired 5/6/08.
Direct download: 2008-08-17-00-45-46.mp3
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Dr. Ron Large, Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Gonzaga University, specializes in Christian Ethics with a special emphasis in Christian Social Ethics and Peace Studies. This podcast is an excert from a discussion about one of his classes which focuses on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Mohandas Ghandi. Orginally aired on 4/7/08.
Direct download: 2008-08-16-23-02-44.mp3
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Eva Lassman is a survivor of the nazi concentration camps in Poland. She recounts her painful story in an effort to shed light on the effects of hatred and extremism, and to offer a warning that hatred of the kind that she experienced still exists in the world today. Originally aired on 3/17/08.
Direct download: 2008-08-11-13-41-33.mp3
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Dr. Cate Siejk is an Associate Professor of Religious Studies and a faculty member of the Women's Studies program at Gonzaga University. She received her PHD in Theology and Education from Boston College and regularly teaches courses in Christian Doctrine and Feminist Theologies. Originally aired 3/24/08.
Direct download: 2008-08-09-00-13-30.mp3
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Pastor Craig Lotze of Victory Faith Fellowship Church is a white pastor in a predominately white church that is part of an overwhelmingly white community. He discusses racism, it's impact on his life, and why he has decided to take racism on as on issue both for himself and for his church congregation. Originally aired on 2/25/08.
Direct download: 2008-08-06-20-04-12.mp3
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