3/8/2015 Podcast – Estella Lauter

Making It Happen: Equality for All Women Each year on or near International Women’s Day, we pause to reflect on the condition of women here and elsewhere in the world. While some claim that women in the U.S. have gained equality, the news about who is at the bottom of...

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2/22/2015 Podcast – Mark Marnocha

Back Roads to Heaven Getting to heaven…. As with all the places we seek, there seems a drive to find an ever simpler road to a well-publicized destination, with more billboards and road signs than ever.  However, anything we know of an afterlife comes through the eyes, ears, touch, and...

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2/15/2015 Podcast – Victor Yampolsky

My Journey We know Victor Yampolsky as the beloved maestro of the Peninsula Music Festival, entering his 30th season. Little do we know of his unusual journey in life. Born into the atheistic society in Russia and embraced by the Hebrew Immigration Service as a young musician, Victor was invited...

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1/25/2015 Podcast – The Rev. Joan Shiels

BE PREPARED “Be Prepared.” That’s motto of the Boy Scouts. Someone once asked Robert Baden-Powell, the founder of Scouting, “Be prepared for what?” He replied, “Why, for any old thing!” The Reverend Joan Shiels is a long-time friend and frequent speaker at our Fellowship. She was both a Brownie and...

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