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Des Moines and Dragons is a monthly podcast that features the city of Des Moines best and newest artists playing a variety of Tabletop Roleplaying Games. Each show's episode will be a continuation on the episode before until each game comes to a natural conclusion. We’ll do our best to stick to the rules as written, but occasionally our Game Master will adjust things as the scene requires.
 
Hope’s Young Adult Ministry, REVIVE, serves the young adult population of the Des Moines area. REVIVE is so much more than a weekly worship gathering. At REVIVE we connect with people through music, God's Word, community and serving others together. We are a welcoming, relevant, passionate, and Spirit-led community, focused on developing followers of Jesus. All young adults in their 20 & 30s are welcome!
 
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Last Time on Tidefall...The crew escaped the bombed out Prison (with Halmat as a prisoner) by using a lucky water hose as an escape rope. When escaping into the alleyway, the city guard were busy dealing with the bombs going off to notice the heroes. After getting back to their hotel, they found Leah still there being watched. The group did some in…
 
Every year Tony Dahlman gets a call on his birthday from Saddam Hussein. He shares the backstory and how this tradition showcases an act of familial love. Tony told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "Growing Up" on April 26, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and every…
 
Often when it comes to faith, we equate faith with certainty. This understanding leaves no room for doubt. But as we experience life, it is common for doubts to arise. Is doubt incongruent with faith? Pastor Brent looks at the dangers of certainty and how doubt can strengthen faith and make space for the mystical nature of faith. The post Certainty…
 
How one Iowan made the bold move to join her small-town boys’ wrestling team and helped pave the way for generations of female athletes to come. Aymi told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "Growing Up" on April 26, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and everyone can te…
 
Jim Ramm grew up as a half-Asian boy in the Midwest. He shares how he embraced forgiveness after hearing negative stereotypes about his Japanese culture throughout his childhood. Jim told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "Growing Up" on April 26, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyon…
 
Jeff Clothier shares how a sabotaged prom date turned into a lifelong friendship. Jeff told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "Growing Up" on April 26, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and everyone can tell it. Des Moines Storytellers Project events are filled with n…
 
Blake Carlson's grandma "never really grew up." He tells how her eccentricities helped him to embrace his disability. Blake told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "Growing Up" on April 26, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and everyone can tell it. Des Moines Storytel…
 
In a world that says all truth is relative, how can those who want to authentically follow Jesus stand for anything? And as we go through the process of deconstruction is there anything we can truly believe? Pastor Brent looks at truth, the dangers of falling into the relative truth trap, the importance of discernment, and how absolute truth doesn’…
 
Deconstruction seems to be a buzzword in the world of Christianity. Whether it is due to doubts and questions, watching high profile Christian leaders fall in moral failure, or abuse that continues to be revealed in almost all corners of the Christian faith, more and more people are walking away from the faith. But deconstruction is not a new thing…
 
In a world where we can often see people as a means to an end or tools to be used for our own benefit, having relationships not based on transactions can be difficult. As Jesus began his ministry, people started following him. So Jesus looked at a few early followers and asked, “What are you looking for?” Pastor Amy Becker looks at this question to…
 
Last Time on Tidefall...Our heroes were split up. Hera and a bunch of the Brass Guild got arrested by the police. They were taken into the jail nearby for processing. The rest of the crew decided to figure out how to deal with that, Flips solution was surprisingly (or unsurprisingly depending on your point of view) a bomb. Hera gave no information …
 
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