Join us Up At Hume with Executive Director Dr. John Boal. In our bi-weekly episodes, you will hear from special guests, staff, alumni, and friends of Hume through various interviews and discussions.
Listen in as Dr. Boal introduces a message from one of Hume's Regular speakers, Pastor PJ Lewis. PJ spoke during the Hume Teaching Series this past summer, as well as several other Hume camps. Today we pull from one of his Sunday morning messages to all of the staff, where his main message is, "Take a Breath."
Richelle Latona is joined by a long time friend, Caleb Poling. Caleb has been attending Hume many years as a camper, and more recently as a counselor. He brings an interesting perspective to the table as they discuss the camper's experience during a week of summer camp.
Dr. John Boal introduces a message from Dr. Jerry Root in the summer of 2023. Dr. Root is one of Hume's long time speakers, with a rich history of pouring into the lives of staff and guests alike. As he gets into his message from the Hume Teaching Series, he delves into the differences in the philosophy of God vs. the philosophy of man, and how God's relationship with us can be summed up in a chestnut.
Dr. John Boal sits down with two of Hume's oldest employees; The Veterans. Walt Tilley and Mike Drake discuss their time in the ministry and the impact and changes they have seen over the years.
Dr. John Boal is joined by a part of Hume's Creative Team to discuss the new-old theme of Hume, "The Gospel at Play." Mark Fisher, Jason Andrews, and Nathan Pearsey each discuss how this theme is relevant in their respective fields, and how it encompasses the heart of Hume's ministry.
Filling in for Dr. John Boal, Richelle Latona takes the opportunity to sit down with Emily Marschner and discuss her vision and experience for Hume's Creative Arts Conference. They discuss this years speakers and dig into why this conference truly is for everyone.
Dr. John Boal sits down with long time Hume Alumni Cory Fenn to discuss the impact of ministry on his life. After discussing the very beginnings of his relationship with Hume, they discuss Onward Leader, a ministry founded by Cory to assist new ministry leaders.
Dr. John Boal is joined by Griff, who has run his race with endurance. They discuss Griff's lifetime commitment to ministry, hallmarked by an incredible demonstration of servant leadership. Griff discusses the changes he has seen in youth culture as it pertains to his staff, and shares some time-earned wisdom.
Join Dr. John Boal in conversation with a long time friend of Hume, Darin Mcwatters. Today, they discuss the deep impact Darin has had on the ministry with some lighthearted moments delving into his musical past... stay tuned till the end.
Listen in as Dr. John boal, joined by Erik Thoennes, discusses the impact of Faith personally and historically.
Dr. John Boal is joined by Dallas Dewitt, director of the Joshua Wilderness Institute. After discussing how Dallas came to be at Hume, they discuss life at Joshua; the mission, day to day, and over the year as the students grow as disciples of Christ. https://hume.org/joshua/home/
Dr. John Boal sits down to discuss "Hume DNA" with the former camp director who coined the term, Jay Johnson.
Join Dr. John Boal as he interviews Ponderosa Camp Director Sarah Dains. They discuss Sarah's personal history with Hume and explore the "secret sauce" Hume uses when cooking up new themes. (Hint: It's the Spirit).
Dr. John Boal dives deep into the Mission of Hume to explore the past, present, and future direction of the ministry.
Dr. John Boal sits down with a former staff member; pastor Cliff Carey. John and Cliff discuss a long history with Hume and how the community has impacted their lives.
Meet Hume Christian Camps' new Executive Director, Dr. John Boal! Dr. Boal introduces the Director of Alumni Relations, Richelle Latona, before she turns the tables and digs into John's history with Hume.
"McCartney: A Life in Lyrics" offers listeners the opportunity to sit in on conversations between Paul McCartney and poet Paul Muldoon dissecting the people, experiences, and art that inspired McCartney’s songwriting. These conversations were held during the past several years as the two collaborated on the best selling book, “The Lyrics: 1965 to Present.” Over two seasons and 24 episodes of “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics”, you’ll hear a combination master class, memoir, and improvised journey with one of the most beloved figures in popular music. Each episode focuses on one song from McCartney’s iconic catalog – spanning early Beatles through his solo work. Season 1 premieres on October 4th. “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics” is a co-production between iHeart Media, MPL and Pushkin Industries. Cover Portrait © 1967 Paul McCartney / Photographer: Linda McCartney
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