Opening monologue, interviews, & closing from the Everybody Comes Late Show's 5th and final go! Highlights from the day included an interview with Aaron Hasnudeen from Catholic Charities, interview and demonstrations from resident germaphobe Katy Lesiak and the making of 3000 sandwiches by the Jacob's Well community. Pretty good for a day of the Everybody Comes Late Show!
Christmas Eve (December 24) – Making Room for Making Room
Through stories, songs, and thoughts from Greg Meyer, we engaged with the spirit of Christmas, and not just the glitter and tinsel, but the real stuff of Christmas!
Sharon Day, Ojibwe Elder, Director of the Univ of MN Indigenous People's Taskforce, and Mother Earth Water Walker (www.nibiwalk.org) was our guest on week 3 of The (everybody comes) Late Show. Listen to Sharon's story of seeing the bigger picture of our world and how we can take steps to bring healing and wholeness. Sharon does this through walking entire rivers and passing her people's respect and care for water to subsequent generations.
Each week we take a peek at some of headline news that stirs a reaction from us. This week Greg reflected on Jerry Falwell Jr's comments to the student body of Liberty University, of which he is president, about his violent response to the tragedy in San Bernardino. Greg shares about the Jacob's Well 'Reveal & Carry', not 'Conceal & Carry', classes we offer. There is also news from the Jacob's Well community. Listen in!
Guests Sharon Day, Ojibwe Elder and Mother Earth Water Walker who has walked the Mississippi from the gulf to Lake Superior praying for the waters every step of the way. And Sam Robertson, artist illustrating the entire King James Bible just because that’s what he does to quiet himself each day. Can you top that?
Stephanie Vos, this week's host for the Everybody Comes Late Show interviews Yusuf Abdi, a Somali immigrant to the US who has become the director of LSS Refugee Services in Minnesota letting us know what it’s like to be a Middle Eastern family looking for a place to stay in a new city.