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The Kindlings Muse @ Hales is generally scheduled for the SECOND Mondays of the month. Hales Ales Brewery & Pub (4301 Leary Way NW) is located at the center of the universe in Seattle's Fremont District. Join us in the live audience from 7:00-8:30PM. Space is limited to 90 people per week and reservations are required. Cover is $10 (students free).
Doors open at 6:15PM and each show begins at 7PM
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Monday September 15, 2014 : Extreme Wellness: Crossfit, Caveman diets and the search for a Better Human.There has been an explosion in interest in extreme fitness: As medical professionals point to our culture’s growing obesity epidemic, programs such as Crossfit, P90X, Bootcamp, Spartan and Tough Mudder Races coupled with radical diets modeled after primal eating habits are gaining more followers. Christian versions such as The Daniel Plan have taken off led by Purpose Driven Life author Rick Warren. Why this new extreme take on fitness? What does this say about our culture’s view of health and wellness? Are these extreme programs hurting us or saving us? With host Dr. Jeff Keuss, Scott Rodriguez – Crossfit level 1 Trainer and Regional Crossfit Games Athlete – and Julie Church – Registered Dietitian and Nutrition Director at Opal: Food+Body Wisdom.
Join us at Hale’s Brewery and Pub with our host Dr. Jeff Keuss Jennie Spohr, Jeffrey Overstreet and Pickwick's Galen Disston. Dr. Jeff Keuss author Jennie Spohr, and Tina Sellers – professor in the Marriage and Family Therapy Program at Seattle Pacific University. Eric Miller to sing us into the Advent season. Come celebrate with friends both new and old as we consider together what calling and journey mean for us during this ‘most wonderful time of the year.’ Host: Dr. Jeff Keuss
Panelists: Richard Dahlstrom, Senior Pastor of Bethany Community Church and author of "The Colors of Hope" , Brian Bantum, Associate Professor of Theology and author of "Redeeming Mulatto" , Jeffrey Overstreet, film critic and author of "Through a Screen Darkly" , and Kindlings Muse producer, Anna Miller. Dr. Jeff Keuss Panelists: Jeffrey Overstreet, film critic and author of Through a Screen Darkly, Jennie Spohr, author of Heirs & Spares and God & King, and Kindlings Muse producer, Anna Miller.
Monday February 9, 2015: The Oscars Best Picture Nominees: What They Say About Us, Our Culture, & God
Scientific Geniuses rising up despite opposition, overthrowing racial barriers, and boys learning what it is to be men, or men coming to terms with mortality are just some of the themes of this year’s Best Picture Nominees. The 2014 year in film has been dubbed a box office failure, but this year’s Best Pictures defy the numbers with rich storytelling that goes deeper than previous years. Join us for a dynamic conversation of the Best Picture nominees where our panelists will speculate about the winner and discuss how each of these films speak into the spiritual hunger of our generation. Host: Dr. Jeff Keuss with a panel that includes: Jeffrey Overstreet, film critic and author of Through a Screen Darkly, Jennie Spohr, author of The Realm Series, and Kindlings Muse produce, Anna Miller.**Don't live in the Seattle Area? Listen to the Podcast.