Martin Luther King, Abraham Lincoln, & Gary Haugen: Christians as Peacemakers – Live At Earl Palmer Ministries

Listen to a rich conversation between Host Dick Staub and the Reverend Earl Palmer as they discuss the works of Martin Luther King, Jr., Abraham Lincoln, and Gary Haugen, examples of Christians as Peacemakers.  Suggested reading: Letter from Birmingham Jail, Martin Luther King, Jr., Lincoln's Greatest Speech: The Second Inaugural (Simon & Schuster Lincoln Library) and Good News About […]

The Bono-fication of Christianity – Podcast: Live At Hales

With the release of Joshua Tree, U2 reached rock fame. More significantly, perhaps, BONO emerged as a prophetic voice in culture and in the church. He once said of his Christian faith: "It is what gives me the strength to get up every day and put forth a hundred percent of my energy." Bono's influence […]

Live at Sundance Film Festival 2013: "Gideon's Army"

Dick Staub sits down Josh Staub (Director of Look and Light at Disney Animation) and Jason Valles (Founder, Third Floor Inc.) to discuss their thoughts and experience in viewing "Gideon's Army." It  "follows the personal stories of Travis Williams, Brandy Alexander and June Hardwick, three young public defenders who are part of a small group of idealistic lawyers in […]

Hilla Medalia, Director of "To Die in Jerusalem"Live from Sundance at The Windrider Forum

On the afternoon of March 29, 2002 the world was shaken when an 18 year-old Palestinian girl and suicide bomber, entered a market where she detonated a bomb, killing herself, injuring 30 and killing a 17 year-old Israeli girl in what has become known as the  Kiryat HaYovel supermarket bombing. No one was shaken more than […]

Beautiful Things, an inspiring night with Arts After Care

Last night was a beautiful moment for Karin and I as we attended a benefit… by Michael Stevens

To Dodge Intimacy for Authority

I wonder how much we look to "Kings” to exercise Authority because we are far too threatened with the Intimacy of the Wise? by Kendall Ruth

Rednow – Night Catches Us

How does the past affect the way we live in the present? by David Swanson

Truth and Grace in Victor Hugo's Greatest story Les MiserablesPodcast: Live At Earl Palmer Ministries 1 of 1

Host Dick Staub with Reverend Earl Palmer in a discussion about the Truth and Grace in Victor Hugo's Greatest story Les Miserables. The supreme happiness of life is the conviction that we are loved.–Volume I, Book V,   Podcast: Play in new window | Download (57.7MB)

Dick Staub's book, "About You: Fully Human, Fully Alive!"

Hi there! As of today, my newest book, About You, Fully Human: Fully Alive, is now available online and at bookstores everywhere. If I may be so bold as to ask this favor? If you have enjoyed my writing, speaking, broadcasting, podcasting or whatever other contact we've had, I hope you run right out and […]

The Omnivore's Dilemma & Food Inc. Podcast: Live At Hales

Host Dick Staub leads us in a discussion of Michael Pollan's best-selling book The Omnivore's Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals and the synergistic movie Food Inc. Our guests are Mark Canlis co-owner of Canlis restaurant (one of Seattle's finest), The Reverend Jennie Spohr, producer of TKM, film critic & ordained Presbyterian clergy and […]