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Snowbird Wilderness Outfitters exists to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ through the exposition of Scripture and personal relationships in order to equip the Church to impact this generation. This podcast includes teaching sessions from our year-round student conferences, marriage retreats, men’s conferences, and women’s conferences.This is an extension of our ministry to equip student pastors, families, and church leaders to make Gospel-driven disciples in this generation. Learn more at ...
 
The world is so much more than what we know, and only through understanding it better can we make informed decisions. This podcast aims to bring impactful, entertaining and insightful conversations from a global array of guests. Some famous, some you won’t have heard of. From famous explorers, to renowned scientists and just good people, all have a story to tell which we can take something from. Topics are wide ranging, with a backbone centred on conservation, including hunting, fishing, exp ...
 
Honest, transparent, and to the point. The Wilderness Project Experience is a podcast for a tribe of men, rough men, men who have “been there” and “done that”. A tribe of men who know that there is something more to “all of this”. They are seeking answers to questions – why? And they either know, suspect, or are curious – that a relationship with Jesus Christ is the solution that they need. The ills that are harming our families, our communities, and our nation lie in the heart of men and th ...
 
How would you like to travel along one of the oldest roads in the world? Take two minutes a day and join Eddie and Frank Thomas (authors of the award winning Natchez Trace: a Road Through the Wilderness) as they walk you along a 444 mile journey up the Natchez Trace Parkway. Inspire your weekdays, peek at the beauty of nature, and gather gems of insight as you come to treasure your journey along one of the oldest roads in the world: the Natchez Trace.
 
Do you enjoy staying up-to-date with current literature? Need a convenient way to digest the latest and greatest articles published in Wilderness & Environmental Medicine?' Welcome to Wilderness & Environmental Medicine Live. We’ve arranged for primary authors from a few of our best articles from our latest issue to walk you through their work and help you to understand what they found. We want you to learn… and enjoy doing it! Photo credits: Tent - Glen Delman; Bears - Jeremy Joslin Audio e ...
 
A twice monthly Audio podcast episode on the subject of Bushcraft, Survival and EDC.covering the fundamental skills for effective living in the wilderness, Fire, Water, Shelter, Foraging and First Aid to mention but a few.Interviews with the people behind the world of woodcraft, the experts in their fields and the celebrities from film, television and Youtube.We ask questions about their journeys into Bushcraft, Survival, Wilderness, trekking and the great outdoors, their skills, tools and e ...
 
Welcome to A Voice In The Wilderness Podcast. I'm your host Matt Hobson. I believe in taking massive inspired action from an awakened soul. This show is a weekly mix of spiritual principles, personal development, and success strategies for creating an epic aligned life. Here's to your wildest dreams coming true with more ease and grace. So get ready for this unfiltered, transformational soul-centered podcast. It's about to get real!
 
WELCOME TO THE PERSPECTIVE OF ONE MAN AND HIS WILDERNESS PODCAST! THIS PODCAST IS MEANT FOR CHURCH LEADERS, WHETHER ON STAFF OR VOLUNTEER, WHO ARE WILLING TO VENTURE INTO THE UNKNOWN FOR THE SAKE OF SHARING JESUS WITH THE NEXT GENERATION. WE WILL TALK ABOUT LESSONS WE HAVE LEARNED DURING WILDERNESS EXPERIENCES, TRIALS AND TROUBLES ENCOUNTERED AND WAYS THAT YOU CAN GET OUT AND START CREATING YOUR OWN ADVENTURES WITH THOSE YOU LEAD! WE WANT THIS TO BE AN EDUCATIONAL, EXCITING AND EQUIPPING EXP ...
 
Castle in the Woods Filmmaker Karl Jacob and author Aaron Brown take a road-trip-movie style journey through time to unlock the mystery of their hometown of Hibbing, Minnesota. They find a dynamic mayor named Victor Power who left few traces after his mysterious death almost a century ago. His political ghost still haunts an opulent, castle-like high school in the middle of the wilderness and reveals a story of America that has never been told before.
 
Every week Karl Stevens (the priest) and Daniel Bogard (the rabbi) engage in Chevruta study of scripture. We started with the Book of Exodus in 2017, and will be moving on the the Gospel of Luke and the Acts of the Apostles in 2018. Lost in the Wilderness is made possible by generous contributions from Christ Church Cathedral and the Diocese of Southern Ohio.
 
These little books were designed to cover Canadian history in a scholarly and readable fashion. This volume, as suggested in the title, folows the Jesuit missionaries through North America as they attempt, with little success, to convert the natives of the new world. (Summary by Esther)
 
"The Shades of the Wilderness" is the seventh book of the Civil War Series by Joseph A. Altsheler. Picking up where "The Star of Gettysburg" left off, this story continues the Civil War experiences of Harry Kenton and his friends in the Southern army, from the retreat after Gettygurg, to Richmond, and then through the battles of the Wilderness and Spottsylvania, to Robert E. Lee's heroic stand during the siege of Petersburg. Other books in the Civil War series are: "The Guns of Bull Run," "T ...
 
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"Today's stop along the Natchez Trace Parkway is at an exhibit called Bethel Mission, and it is located on the parkway 4 ½ miles south of French Camp, Mississippi. "The old Natchez Trace was used by Indians long before Europeans came to the new world. Pioneers began to settle in the Ohio River Valley during the late 1700s and float their produce do…
 
Dr Cathy Mayne is an ecologist based in Scotland. We tackle the prickly topic of rewilding, the implications for how we manage deer and our landscape, and what does sustainable living really mean in a world driven by 'progress' and economic growth. https://mountainenvironmentservices.com/ www.byronpace.com Podcast partner: www.modernhuntsman.com Su…
 
[Intro: 9:52 | Article: http://bit.ly/GRramon]Acausal heathen poet and author Ramon Elani joins me to discuss his new book 'Wyrd Against the Modern World' published through Night Forest Press. This audio interview is actually a reading of a written interview I conducted with him, originally published at the Gods&Radicals Press supporter-only blog A…
 
Shawn Clark | Be Strong 2021 | Breakout In today’s breakout, Shawn Clark shares his testimony of how the Lord saved Him from addiction. He looks at what Scripture has to say about addiction and how on some level we all struggle with it. The Bible calls addiction idolatry. When we don’t worship God we will worship something else. The problem starts …
 
I don’t recall where I heard this but it seems to ring true about fly fishing. For some people it’s about the art of the cast. They love the soothing back and forth of the line as they attempt to whip it to the ideal spot. I’m sure Mike would agree with that statement along with a heavy dose of peace and tranquillity that come with it. Lucky for hi…
 
Strap yourselves in, this is a bigun' Jagex starts the week off by prepping us with some of their Range equipment rebalance ideas. But staying safe, we get to see the first release of the equipment rebalance. Jagex also throws like 50 poll questions at us.. oh boy The Spring 2021 Bing Event starts May 7th. Sign ups close at the end of May 4th - You…
 
Dame Evelyn Glennie, arguably the world's premier percussionist talks us through creating the sound of icicles, growing up in remote Scotland, the 'feel' of sound, her wonderful peripatetic schoolteacher, playing flowerpots to stunning effect, waterphones, Tan Dun and manipulating a metal truck silencer to evoke the sound of thunder in a cave. — In…
 
This is Part 2 of a two part series. In Part 1, I spent some time defining socialism and comparing this philosophy to capitalism. While supporting with scriptures, the focus was predominantly on that of God given freedom and rights as ordained by God. I posited and argued that socialism tends to violate biblical views of freedom and God given right…
 
In this eighth episode of my tracking series I had the fortune to catch up with avid hunter, tracker, and CyberTracker evaluator Brian McConnell. In our discussion we cover a lot of ground (pun intended). Brian fills us in on his background as a young man being taught by his dad how to hunt in the Arkansas woods, then learning intuitively to trail …
 
"We are making a journey up the Natchez Trace Parkway from Natchez, Mississippi to Nashville, Tennessee. Along the way we are stopping by the more than one hundred exhibits which the park service has erected to interpret the history, culture and nature along this, one of the oldest roads in the world. "Today we visit a short nature trail along COLE…
 
"Today our journey up the Natchez Trace Parkway has brought us to a nature trail just north of Kosciusko, Mississippi. Each of the nature trails offers us something quite revealing and complex in its detail and yet basically very simple. "Walking the nature trail at Hurricane Creek can be a poignant experience, especially when you remember that thi…
 
"Today on our journey up the Natchez Trace Parkway from Natchez, Mississippi to Nashville, Tennessee we are visiting the town of Kosciusko, Mississippi, one of the oldest remaining settlements on the Natchez Trace. It was originally known as Red Bud Springs, an Indian campsite. In the late 1700s a tavern was established to accommodate the growing n…
 
[Intro: 9:38 | Transcript: http://bit.ly/LBWbeast]Liz Oliva Fernández, Cuban journalist and lead protagonist of ‘The War on Cuba’ documentary series, joins me to discuss her work with Belly of the Beast Cuba — a Havana-based media project made up of Cubans and foreigners that highlight the daily lives and experiences of the Cuban people from the gr…
 
"The Choctaw lived in lands east of the Mississippi River until 1830 when the white men of the United States forced them to sign treaties giving up their land, moving them to the west. Of 20,000 Choctaws forced from their homes 2,000 would die before reaching new settlements in Oklahoma. "Listen to the words of Kanchi, one of the dispossessed Choct…
 
Zach Mabry | Be Strong 2021 | Breakout Believers, we need to be on guard. This culture wants your heart and mind. The ways we believe and think are being attacked right now and we need to be prepared for it. Our culture is constantly telling a narrative that is opposed to the Gospel. As eternal image bearers of God, we need to rest in knowing that …
 
"We're just south of Kosciusko on the Natchez Trace Parkway in land that once belonged to the Choctaw Indians. East of here is the "promised land," the hill of origins -- Nanih Waiya, sacred to both the Choctaw and the Chickasaw Indians because the traditions of both tell how once they were one people. "One story tells how the Indians came from the…
 
This is a segment of episode 296 of Last Born In The Wilderness “Count Down: Toxic Disruptors & Reproductive Decline w/ Dr. Shanna Swan.” Listen to the full episode: http://bit.ly/LBWswanLearn more about Dr. Swan and purchase a copy of ‘Count Down': https://www.shannaswan.com / https://bit.ly/3dFlRK1World-renowned environmental and reproductive epi…
 
"Today our stop along the Natchez Trace Parkway is at Myrick Creek. The site is known as Beaver Dam and is 15 miles south of Kosciusko, Mississippi. The exhibit and nature trail at Myrick Creek explain the many activities of a member of the rodent family, the beaver. In Mississippi these animals grow as large as 60 pounds. They are clumsy animals o…
 
Spencer Davis | Be Strong 2021 | Breakout Are you finishing your Christian walk well? Are you investing in the next generation? No matter what stage of life you’re at you have the opportunity and responsibility to pour into others. We all tend to get distracted and off track, but as a godly man, you should be studying Scripture and teaching it to y…
 
"We are making a journey along the Natchez Trace Parkway, traveling from Natchez, Mississippi on our way up to Nashville, Tennessee. The parkway follows the footsteps of the migrating buffalo and Indian hunters, of boatmen and farmers returning home after floating the produce of their farms down the Mississippi River to sell in Natchez. "The Natche…
 
"We are taking a journey on the Natchez Trace Parkway from Natchez, Mississippi to Nashville, Tennessee. Today we'll visit an exhibit at Robinson Road. A road built in 1821, to connect the states capitol, Jackson, with Columbus, Mississippi to the east which lies on the banks of the Tombigbee River. Almost all of this road ran through Choctaw India…
 
A Chance Encounter- A young teenager and his dog have a chance encounter with what could only be a Bigfoot while taking a shortcut to a friend’s house. The initial shock and ensuing nightmares stick with him for decades and now JH is willing to share as long as he’s anonymous. A behavior that’s not uncommon with witnesses and see experiencing the u…
 
[Intro: 9:08]World-renowned environmental and reproductive epidemiologist Dr. Shanna Swan joins me to discuss her groundbreaking research identifying the causes and rate of rapid decline of fertility in the Western world, documented in her new book ‘Count Down: How Our Modern World Is Threatening Sperm Counts, Altering Male and Female Reproductive …
 
"A site along the Natchez Trace Parkway that is half way between the cities of Jackson and Kosciusko in Mississippi is known as the Yockanookany Picnic Area. "As we journey on up the Natchez Trace we will be crossing several streams: Nine Mile Creek, Bain Creek, Myrick Creek, Blatlock Creek, Hurricane Creek, Bird Creek. They all drain into the Yock…
 
F2P sees a pretty big update this week with the release of Below Ice Mountain, the Ruins of Camdozaal, and the return of a Icamdo Dwarf. The Spring 2021 Bing Event starts May 7th - You can sign up here : https://forms.gle/zCJkpXumXU9ozzd58 Join the community discord: https://discord.com/invite/mCE8yc9 You can support the show at: www.Buymeacoffee.c…
 
John Ridenour | Be Strong 2021 | Breakout In this breakout, John Ridenour shares some stories of how the Lord has taught him to be a godly husband, father, and grandad. He shares how the Lord has consistently protected and provided for him throughout his life. Trust that God will get your attention in the areas you’ve made an idol, and stay focused…
 
"Today we visit an exhibit along the Natchez Trace Parkway called Upper Choctaw Boundary. "In October of 1820, Andrew Jackson, who nine years later would become the 7th President of the United States, met with leaders of the Choctaw Indian Nation, notably the Indian chief Pushmataha. The meeting took place at a tavern established in 1812 by William…
 
*BONUS* - My interview with Dave from Pacwest Bigfoot. Dave shares his interest in Bigfoot as well as his own personal experience. It's a good one! Also, a brief voicemail from a witness who witnessed something big crossing a stream by a trail in Medoc Mountain State Park. Bigfoot Frightening Encounters, Volume 1, 2 & 3 are now available! Click the…
 
"Today we'll stop by the RIVER BEND PICNIC AREA about 20 miles up the Natchez Trace Parkway from Jackson, Mississippi. At this bend in the Pearl River you can see part of the dynamic process of a river changing its course. The picnic area stands on the outer part of the river bend, at a point where the flowing water and the solid ground meet. You c…
 
Brody Holloway | Be Strong 2021 | Friday Night In this session, Brody looks at the life of David and what we as men can learn from his obedience and failures. Though David is a type of Christ, his kingship fell short of what God would ultimately do through Jesus. Throughout his life we see the blessings that come from obedience and the consequences…
 
"There are two species of trees in the area of the Natchez Trace that can live while standing in depths of water that would kill other trees. Theses two species are the water tupelo and the bald cypress. Today we're visiting a site along the parkway just north of Ross Barnett Reservoir; it's called CYPRESS SWAMP. There you'll find a 20 minute natur…
 
This is a segment of episode 295 of Last Born In The Wilderness “Congress Of Wills: Rewilding Beyond The Storm Of Collapse w/ Peter Michael Bauer.” Listen to the full episode: http://bit.ly/LBWbauerLearn more about Peter and his work: https://www.petermichaelbauer.comAnthropologist, experimental archaeologist, and historian Peter Michael Bauer join…
 
Jake Willers is a wildlife documentary filmmaker and National Geographic presenter. He transformed his career from working at the family wildlife park in England to presenting wildlife documentaries around the world. From insects to mountain lions and bears, he has an incredible wealth of knowledge. More info: www.jakewillers.com Podcast partner: w…
 
"Today our stop along the parkway is on the bank of the Ross Barnett Reservoir. The exhibit is called West Florida Boundary. "Between 1756 and 1763 the conflict known as the Seven Years' War was fought in Europe and India. It pitted the French and the British against each other for control of the seas and control of colonies in North America. "The …
 
Most people would call it a sportsman’s paradise , a young man had the ultimate playground, exploring the Appalachian mountains. Always hearing stories about the legend of “The Hillside Beast”, a young boy gains a friend as well an ally but more importantly proof that “Old Hairy” as he and his friends would call him, truly does exist. This is … The…
 
[Intro: 9:46]Anthropologist, experimental archaeologist, and historian Peter Michael Bauer joins me to discuss several major subjects of his work, including rewilding, collapse, and humanity's place within these frameworks.This discussion begins with Peter elaborating on the now often decontextualized and widely misrepresented concept of "rewilding…
 
"We are traveling along the Natchez Trace Parkway from Natchez, Mississippi up to Nashville, Tennessee and visiting the interpretive exhibits the park service has placed along the way. "Today we visit Boyd Mounds. These Indian burial mounds stand along the shore of the Ross Barnett Reservoir. A village site near Boyd Mounds dates from around 500 A.…
 
This week Dilz flies solo! and Oh boy does he ever...... But I've invited YOU, to be my co-host, via Q&A. You can support the show at: www.Buymeacoffee.com/dilz www.Patreon.com/TheWildernessPodcast Come hangout in game at Wild CC Get in touch with us at TheWildernessPodcast@gmail.com Join the community discord: https://discord.com/invite/mCE8yc9…
 
Camden Schwarting | DNOW 2021 | Breakout Believer, you need to be studying Scripture daily. Today, Camden walks through what it practically looks like to study God’s word. Take time to ask yourself what the text says about God, you, and commandments that you should apply to your life. Take time and study, you have the rest of your life to do it. Re…
 
Spencer Davis | DNOW 2021 | Saturday Night We cannot finish well apart from Christ. Your life right now is not meaningless, these years count. We need to be looking to Jesus daily and allowing Him to lead and guide us. In this session, Spencer walks through Daniel 5 to show us an example of someone who truly finished well. Those who exalt themselve…
 
Rob Conti | DNOW 2021 | Saturday Morning Kingdoms and governments will come and go in this world but only God’s kingdom will last forever. God is the one who sets up kingdoms, and He holds all authority and power over them. In this session, Rob teaches about King Nebekenezer who set up an idol for all people to worship. He wanted an eternal kingdom…
 
Brody Holloway | DNOW 2021 | Friday Night It is going to seem at times that God isn’t more powerful than this world. This is wrong. God has a plan and people's rejection doesn’t change who He is. It doesn’t take away His authority over this world. The world will tell you lies. What God calls good, the world calls evil. You have to decide which you’…
 
"Visitors to the Natchez Trace Parkway that travel it using the Road Through the Wilderness audio tour as their guide will enjoy entertaining and informative musical pieces written for unique sights along the parkway. Listen for a moment to part of a piano piece entitled A Long Ride Along the Reservoir which accompanies the drive along the banks of…
 
"The Pearl River Valley Water Supply District was established by the Mississippi legislature in 1958 to develop a reservoir to help prevent floods and provide a dependable water supply for Jackson, Mississippi. This was motivated in part by years of drought during the early 1950s. Today along the Natchez Trace Parkway, just north of Jackson, Missis…
 
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