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Never Expire: A Podcast by Eston College
29 minutes | Jun 28, 2018
Anastasya Laverdiere – Mrs. Lavender
“The program is here to teach the world how to worship” Josh and Erin get to know the heart of the Gideon’s Call program. Anastasia answers questions about the goals of the program, what kind of student should come to Eston for Gideon’s Call, and how much experience one should have before they come. Learn more about Gideon’s Call and Anastasya, this is an episode that you do not want to miss, especially if you are interested in music. This summer we will be doing an episode on each program so that prospective students can become acquainted with the program. To find out more about Anastasya visit her website: anastaysiamusic.com. Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/in-spirit-in-truth-single/1372999510 The post Anastasya Laverdiere – Mrs. Lavender appeared first on Never Expire: A podcast by Eston College.
30 minutes | Jun 14, 2018
Noah Quinnett – The Troll Slayer
“The Lord gifted me with the ability to be teased well…” Noah Quinnett was the male resident director this past school year. Join Josh and Erin as they ask the tough questions, like what is he doing at the school still? Have you ever wondered what Noah would change his name to if he had a choice? The answer will surprise you! Noah talks about what the job description of an Eston College RD entails. Listen in as this man of God gives advice that he wishes he would have understood as a younger man. Thanks for tuning into another episode of your favourite podcast, Never Expire. The post Noah Quinnett – The Troll Slayer appeared first on Never Expire: A podcast by Eston College.
29 minutes | Apr 26, 2018
Taishi Aoki and Samuel Yoo – Poker Face.
“Faith is the root, works are the fruit.” Taishi came to Eston because it was a more cost effective education than anything offered in Japan. The only thing is that… he was a Buddhist. Sam was praying for an opportunity to go to Bible college, and saw a poster on the wall in Japan, which led him here. Two very unique journey’s = two students we are so grateful for. In this unique episode of Never Expire, listen to Taishi and Sam discuss Japanese McDonald’s, evangelism techniques, and their dispute with Brian Fuller over a game of poker. This is one you do not want to miss!! The post Taishi Aoki and Samuel Yoo – Poker Face. appeared first on Never Expire: A podcast by Eston College.
26 minutes | Apr 20, 2018
Ty Stingel – What’s in Your Pockets?
“Everyone is family.” Ty Stingel is one of our mature students; as someone who came back to Bible school much after their high school graduation, how does the college experience compare? Ty talks about his testimony, his journey back to God, and what he’s learned from being a part of this community. He also tells us what is in his pockets in the gopher report. Thanks for tuning in to yet another episode of Never Expire! The post Ty Stingel – What’s in Your Pockets? appeared first on Never Expire: A podcast by Eston College.
26 minutes | Apr 13, 2018
Jack Stevenson and Charles Coates – Grow Up!
“I’m never going to forget that, because of you Jack.” Jack and Charles join us as we discuss being old roommates, dorm shenanigans, and programs. How does God work in our lives, and how much have we really grown up since coming to Eston College? Sure, there’s dance parties and Nerf fights along the way, but if you look back at Eston College alumni, we have a habit of seeing people really grow up in God. And these two are no exception! Tune in for one of the best episodes yet! The post Jack Stevenson and Charles Coates – Grow Up! appeared first on Never Expire: A podcast by Eston College.
29 minutes | Apr 6, 2018
Joey Parkman and Jeremy Syrenne – Kingdom Reality
“I’m like the cream that holds the cookie together— I’m a very diplomatic person.” Martyr’s Life mascots Jeremy and Joey discuss the kingdom of God, citizenship, and being small town famous. What is it like participating in the Eston College evangelism program? Working through the humbling learning curve of evangelism in everyday life has been an adventure for these guys. Learn what to expect in Martyr’s Life, it’s probably not what you think. Do you long to see more healings? Join us to discuss how the kingdom reality is becoming our own reality. ps. Parkour in the pit always ends in crutches. The post Joey Parkman and Jeremy Syrenne – Kingdom Reality appeared first on Never Expire: A podcast by Eston College.
26 minutes | Mar 22, 2018
Joel Burghardt – Hidden Treasure
“Describe yourself in three words… Rolie polie Joelie.” Join Paige and Erin as they interview Joel Burghardt in his last year as a student! Joel attended Martyr’s Life year one and two, and is in Biblical Studies this year. What did this hoodlum straight out of high school learn as a college student? You could probably consider Joel as one of the funniest people on campus, so you do not want to miss him talking about missions, hidden treasure, and why you should come to Bible College. For testimonies of his last international trip, and why show & tell is the best thing to come to Dorm 3 Top Floor, tune in to this episode! Plus, find out why Joel is standing on top of a library table, in the middle of study hour, pointing at the ceiling. The post Joel Burghardt – Hidden Treasure appeared first on Never Expire: A podcast by Eston College.
33 minutes | Mar 15, 2018
Maddie Johnson and Jordana Day – masquerade.
Maddie and Jordana are both living the Sophomore dream: what more could you want than masquerades, skits, house worship nights, and new programs! Last year, Maddie was a first year in Gideon’s Call, and now she is helping lead this years freshman, as a Gideon’s Call Year 2 student. Jordana was in Go Discipleship, and she is now in Biblical Studies. With both girls more focused on leadership and academics this year, they’ve been pushed out of their comfort zones in order to learn more. They discuss history class, and why church history still affects us today. Join Paige and Josh as they discuss the year with these fun girls, who have beautiful revelations about Christ to share with you! The post Maddie Johnson and Jordana Day – masquerade. appeared first on Never Expire: A podcast by Eston College.
31 minutes | Mar 2, 2018
Melanie Solano & Adrienne Dick – What I Like About You.
“Alright, you sing in Spanish and I’ll sing in English… and.. go!” Melanie and Adrienne are the most unlikely of friends, yet they have found a beautiful friendship in each other. How does one girl from Manitoba and one from El Salvador become so close, so quickly? Community, and a random floor change has something to do with it. These girls love Jesus so well, and they use this time to talk about what they are learning, and how it is impacting them. Tune in to listen to Adrienne discuss finding and pursuing a mentor, and Melanie gives a shout out to her father who is all the way in El Salvador. Friendship is beautiful, these girls are wonderful, and this podcast episode is worth your while. The post Melanie Solano & Adrienne Dick – What I Like About You. appeared first on Never Expire: A podcast by Eston College.
31 minutes | Feb 23, 2018
James Lamb – There and Back Again
“Commit to what you are already called to do.” Josh, James, and Erin talk about church history, making vows, and what it is like to go from Bible school, to university, and back to Bible school again. What is it like returning to Bible school with more life experience? Is it worth coming back for round two? Would you like to have a secret ring? Get a deeper perspective on mentorship as Josh and James discuss their friendship and mentoring relationship. This long-time super fan of all Eston College podcasts has gotten his chance to star in his very own episode. This is one that you do not want to miss! The post James Lamb – There and Back Again appeared first on Never Expire: A podcast by Eston College.
26 minutes | Feb 15, 2018
Hunter Tunall and Aaron Bradburn – The Go Brothers
“Hey… You wanna be on my gorgeous list?” They don’t look like brothers, but they are… kind of. Aaron is infamous around the college for his “gorgeous list.” It’s a pretty exclusive group, but somehow Hunter found himself accepted into it pretty quickly. So what is it, exactly? How does a young man from Manitoba, a young man from Caronport, and Rice Krispies have in common? As funny as their ‘bromance’ story may be, these two men have a deep passion for God. They both took Go Discipleship separately, but share the same passion for God’s heart of justice. Tune in for heartwarming laughter, revelations about Christ, and reasons why social justice is important. ps. if you’re on the ‘gorgeous list’ (you know who you are), you most definitely received a shout out. The post Hunter Tunall and Aaron Bradburn – The Go Brothers appeared first on Never Expire: A podcast by Eston College.
22 minutes | Feb 8, 2018
Jonah Schwartz – Adulting 101
“Hello Mr. Schwartz, Academic Dean.” Jonah’s parents may work at the college, but that doesn’t mean that it makes time at college any different than the rest of us – he still needs to “adult.” Jonah first went to the USA to take school while playing football, but through a series of events, God lead him back to Eston to the college. This has been a place of restoration and growth for Jonah, but also a place for amazing creativity and fun. Jonah lived in “the group home” last year, and this year the shenanigans continue, despite him being in a different dorm. Listen in to get creative ideas for your next homemade art museum, and to hear how God has brought Jonah to appreciate the life at Eston College. The post Jonah Schwartz – Adulting 101 appeared first on Never Expire: A podcast by Eston College.
24 minutes | Feb 1, 2018
Caleb Baldwin – HUMBLE.
“There’s a hundred or more people in the room, and he gives a word to the guy in the bathroom.” Caleb won the award this year called “What Can’t You Do?” But little did he know when he came to college, he would soon find out that there ARE, in fact, things that he can’t do. What does it mean to be humble? The Lord has been humbling Caleb this year as he goes through classes, worship practice, and living in the dorms. He shares some funny stories, like singing “If I Had $1,000,000” with the boys, running down the street with no lights, and learning to better lead worship from drums. He also shares some great revelation about asking for boldness. What is the opposite of boldness? How do we pray for more of it? The post Caleb Baldwin – HUMBLE. appeared first on Never Expire: A podcast by Eston College.
33 minutes | Jan 25, 2018
Nicola and Daniel Bennett – Siblings and Slurpees
“There are two types of people in this world: extra or boring. There is no normal.” From Outback to Eston College, the Bennett siblings have had their fair share of rivalry. In a shocking turn of events they have found themselves at the same place, Eston College. You can typically join these two at the lunch or supper table where they invite all into their humorous lives. Nicola and Erin discuss what being roommates with each other was like and how they have grown since the event. While Daniel talks about being pushed from the nest when their parents leave for missions. Tune in to learn just what it means to be extra, while staying holy. The post Nicola and Daniel Bennett – Siblings and Slurpees appeared first on Never Expire: A podcast by Eston College.
22 minutes | Jan 18, 2018
Jonathan Bragg – Metamorphosis
“More and more I’m seeing [homework] as a learning tool, so I’m going to dig into some cool resources and figure it out.” Jon’s journey here has been an interesting one: he started in second semester, then completed a year of Martyr’s Life, and doing first semester Biblical Studies for the first time, put him in a few Freshman classes. But, he has been learning so much, not just about the Old Testament and English, but about the reason and purpose for homework assignments. Jon brilliantly discusses how he’s applied himself to his homework, as well as discusses women in the book of Luke, and highlights of his year. Metamorphosis is truly a word we’d use to describe Jon’s growth while at the college. As well, Erin and Josh discuss the cross-references in the Bible, see the image they discuss below, as well as the link to the research done about it. Tune in to listen about it’s significance! https://www.theguardian.com/news/datablog/gallery/2013/sep/05/holy-infographics-bible-visualised#img-1 The post Jonathan Bragg – Metamorphosis appeared first on Never Expire: A podcast by Eston College.
25 minutes | Jan 11, 2018
Heather Fortune – Miss-fortune
“You know those movies where it’s like country kid moving to the big city? Just living life and doing fun things? This is the opposite.” Heather Fortune moved from Surrey, BC to Eston in pursuit of the Gideon’s Call program to play piano, but her time here has been nothing like what she was expecting. Between learning the bass, being submerged in a Pentecostal community, and the lack of forts, Heather has learned much during her time here. We also discuss deeply about how Acts Class has been effecting and challenging her, and why it’s important to our everyday lives. ps. Beyoncé if you’re listening to this podcast right now, we think you should become an actress. The post Heather Fortune – Miss-fortune appeared first on Never Expire: A podcast by Eston College.
24 minutes | Jan 4, 2018
Brooke Collins & Emily Devereux – Dancing Queens
“Seriously, I live in the same dorm as these guys and I have never been to one of these dance parties.” On any given day, Brooke and Emily can be found doing any number of things, usually together, and usually laughing. They quickly became friends in the fall, and have been making crazy memories ever since. From dance parties to dorm parties to homework parties, these girls are always having a blast around the school! As much fun as they have, they have had encounters with Christ over the year, which has altered the way they live their daily lives. Listen to this fun episode to get a feel for how much fun college life can be, and how big of an impact healthy community has on our lives. The post Brooke Collins & Emily Devereux – Dancing Queens appeared first on Never Expire: A podcast by Eston College.
23 minutes | Dec 28, 2017
Gloria Ballantyne-Packo – Petunia the Mustang
“I’m excited to be able to go home for Christmas to share what I’ve learned here.” Gloria grew up in The Pas, Manitoba, where her mom works in many different roles, helping the community. She grew up knowing how to serve, and has had lots of hands-on-experience. But she found her serving to be empty, because she realized that she didn’t know who she was in Christ. Since being at the school, Gloria has learned about who God is and who she is in Him, and that has completely changed her perspective on serving. Tune in to hear her discuss Go Discipleship, Mustangs, debates, and staying 25 forever. The post Gloria Ballantyne-Packo – Petunia the Mustang appeared first on Never Expire: A podcast by Eston College.
37 minutes | Dec 21, 2017
Merry Christmas from the Grand Trio!
“It’s a Christmas episode!” On this special episode of Never Expire, Josh, Paige, and Erin (The Grand Trio) discuss Christmas traditions, trivia, and reason for the season. We want to not only prepare you for any trivia parties you may be attending this Christmas season, but we want to encourage you to think deeper about the meaning of this holiday season. What does Jesus’ first miracle have to do with celebrating his birth? Why should that be important to you? Tune in to celebrate Christmas with us, and to get into the holiday spirit of joy. Ps. Enjoy our awkward attempt at a Christmas photo. Sermon link that Josh talks about: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNMKtOoGOFE&feature=youtu.be The post Merry Christmas from the Grand Trio! appeared first on Never Expire: A podcast by Eston College.
22 minutes | Dec 14, 2017
Koki Asakawa – From ESL to PTL
“[I was evangelizing but] I can’t speak English well so I say,”Hi!” and then she ask a question and I say “what did you say?” And this is a favourite memory.” Koki has been a student here for 2 1/2 years taking the ESL program, and describes the funny challenges and victories this has brought. He went from not being able to understand the language during evangelism, to being able to translate for missionaries in his hometown. (Koki has actually succeeded so well, that he is enrolled in our regular Biblical Studies program this year, no longer needing to be in ESL!) This episode is a fun adventure. Evangelism! Missions! Coffee Shops! Scorpion meat? It’s always so fun to hear about our culture from a different perspective, you will get to hear about how Koki has adjusted during his time here, and what he plans to do next. He also talks about the differences he sees in Christian communities and church in Canada, and in Japan. The post Koki Asakawa – From ESL to PTL appeared first on Never Expire: A podcast by Eston College.
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