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Agostino Zoida's Home Schooled Podcast A Stand up Comedian Agostino Zoida hosts this podcast with Co-Host Kevin Lyons (Writer & Filmmaker)Every episode is a different guest; Comedians, Writers, Producers, Directors & Actors to discuss their craft and have some fun and share their experiences and stories. Join us for some laughs, easy listen and some good talk radio. Please Subscribe and Enjoy!
 
Sabbath School is perhaps the most communal and participatory element of a regular Seventh-day Adventist church event (after foot-washing), but social distancing has us all isolated at home. This is a weekly Sabbath School styled conversation on Biblical themes and passages. Join in the conversation by writing comments/questions to sabbathschoolfromhome@gmail.com .
 
Someone said a podcast is that thing where you to talk to yourself online. This is where I talk about homeschooling - part time, full time, some other time, or whatever. You're welcome to stop by and eavesdrop at any time. Cover art photo provided by Plush Design Studio on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@plushdesignstudio Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hybridhomeschoolers/support
 
This is a brief introduction to part 3 of the Y.L.C Wraparound seminar coming up on August 15 at the Ferguson Library from 12pm to 3pm. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/barry-woods/support
 
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There's a tension between discontinuous change and continuous transformation. The lesson explores the fires of hell and the theory of purgatory, and from an Adventist perspective it is easy to roundly dismiss both of these ideas. But does it really get much easier when we shift our focus to "the Kingdom of Heaven" itself? The parable of a wedding g…
 
What to do with the Rich Man and Lazarus? This season on death and resurrection would certainly be incomplete without a discussion of the parable Jesus tells about a rich man and a pauper named Lazarus. The story has seemingly preposterous geographical details about the afterlife. This takes us to a broader conversation about how we might work out …
 
This week on Home Schooled Podcast, you are getting a Sneak Peak/Behind The Scenes of my new Movie-Podcast "The Movie Stash" The edited versions of these episodes are on YouTube and the super short clips without spoilers are on Instagram @agostinozoida but the audio unedited raw podcast will be coming soon but for now; the full discussion of movies…
 
It seems "soon" is ambiguous in God's vocabulary. We explore the fundamental conundrum of waiting 2000 years for the "soon" return of Christ. There are a variety of ways to make some sense of this dilemma, but it is not well served by simple or trite answers. As well as Bible passages in 2 Peter 3 and Psalm 90, we reach for "friends of the podcast"…
 
See me live: https://www.agostinocomedian.com/tour 11/23 Los Angeles, CA 12/03 Memphis, TN 12/09 Burbank, CA 12/29-31 Phoenix, AZ This episode touches on addiction to the things that cloud our minds and effect our body which as a result interferes with our creativity and our performance. This also reflects on how to quit the things that cause this …
 
What does Christ's death on the cross mean for us? It almost seems a silly question, but there's a surprising variety of aspects to unpack on this topic. We consider a question from the lesson about "adding to what Christ has already done for us", and briefly explore what kind of understanding of the death of Jesus is revealed in Gamaliel's wise co…
 
Resurrections before the cross often involve children. We look at the story of Elijah saving a young boy's life twice - and the second time is after he's died. Like many of the Old Testament resurrections, this story is remarkably connected to people outside the explicit community of God.Cameron and Lachlan Rogers tarafından oluşturuldu
 
A Guest that is "Somebody" Abroad Griffin. An entrepreneur and founder of @WRKHRD.LA An in person HIIT class and Abroad is also a Standup comedian who will be opening for me in Vancouver, WA (October 29th 2022) https://www.agostinocomedian.com/tour You can also see me live: 11/23 Hollywood, CA (Special Event* An Evening with Alfred Robles and Agost…
 
What is hoped-for in the Old Testament? Some OT passages seem to fit our picture of the resurrection, but there are others which seem to come from a different picture of hope for the future. We explore a few of these that represent the variety, and see what we find out about hope.Cameron and Lachlan Rogers tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Evil Died in this movie and so did our Halloween Spirit. This is the full podcast/discussion on the latest Halloween movie "Halloween Ends" Spoiler Alert: Level 4 out of 5 Sorry, but things must be said. if you prefer little to no spoilers watch the short version on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/agostinozoida/ Will Halloween Ends be added to…
 
What if the pondering the state-of-the-living is more valuable than the state-of-the-dead? This is a shorter episode because life seems particularly busy for us at the moment - and maybe it's the same for you! Ecclesiastes 12 has verses which sometimes contribute to discussions about what happens after death, but the passage seems much more focusse…
 
Is theology more like an umbrella or a colander? Travel plans over the long weekend made it difficult to schedule a recording. Instead, here is a tasty morsel of contemplation that emerged during our post-recording "cool-down" conversation. Luckily it was captured in our backup recording, and we hope you enjoy this episode even though it is rather …
 
Subscribe on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYaJXD_ALorEdl5opygYBdA My guest is Benjamin Putz a comedian that I work with when I travel to Nebraska. Ben is a young up and coming comedian from Lincoln Nebraska and in this episode we talk about comedy environments, hecklers and doing comedy in small towns that do not have many opportunitie…
 
We consider the origin of evil, and wonder how much can be learnt of this story from old testament metaphor. To launch a new season on death, dying, and the future hope, we dive into a malediction given to Ezekial about the King of Tyre. There is a bunch of imagery here from the Creation story, so is it valid or useful to read Satan into this passa…
 
A solo episode talking about ways that you can over stay your welcome both in real life and in Reel life (on social media) with tips on standup comedy reels and an online presence. Followed by the segment "The Oscar Goes To" reading 2004 nominated films and how I disagree with them. See me live: https://www.agostinocomedian.com/tour 10/7 Worcester,…
 
Wilderness temptations are a crucible for Christ. These are recorded in both Matthew and Luke (with an interesting difference of sequence), and immediately precede the beginning of Jesus's ministry. The story seems to link back to Edenic temptations and also prefigure aspects of the struggle in Gethsemane before the crucifixion. We ponder the ways …
 
We help Cameron write a sermon about responding to people in crucibles. Luke 8 has featured previously (season 2), but Cameron wants to preach on it and so we do an experiment in this episode: can a podcast discussion and sermon preparation be combined into a single activity?Cameron and Lachlan Rogers tarafından oluşturuldu
 
See me live: https://www.agostinocomedian.com/tour Omaha, NE (09/15) Lincoln, NW (09/16) Worcester, MA (10/07) Foxborough, MA (10/08) Los Angeles, CA (11/23) Memphis, TN (12/03) Phoenix, AZ (12/29-31) A swap-cast from "The Movie Stash" podcast which only available on Youtube but this week you are getting one episode here on Home Schooled Podcast. T…
 
Waiting is never easy, but it is often unavoidable. We start with the story of David being anointed king in 1 Samuel 16 David - well before he actually takes the throne. So many of our favourite stories actually come from this long period of waiting. Cameron refers back to Season 2 Episode 8 for some examples of Jesus not wanting to make people wai…
 
Keeping consistent on the theme of the last few episodes about how to get booked. First we did tips on how to get someone to take you on the road as a standup coemdian, we have also covered traveling tips for comedians, although I think we need to do a whole other episode on that. This one talks about how to get booked in many ways using consistenc…
 
A rough time for Ezekial has us wondering about meekness in suffering. The story of Ezekial being instructed by God not to mourn after his wife suddenly dies is not so well known, and takes us in a few directions. The Sabbath School lesson refers to this passage as it muses about meekness, which is an attitude not always associated with life's cruc…
 
Thank you for tuning into another episode of HSP! We know you have a lot of options out there for podcasts so it means the world to us that you are here. As always, this podcast has a lot to offer and I hope you get something out of this episode as many are going through rough times and maybe having thoughts of feeling stuck, or feelings of your go…
 
Not every army has an array of singers praising the Lord! It is not always easy to see how God's actions all fit together, and sometimes praise doesn't feel quite honest. This story in 2 Chronicles has a very prominent military positioning of the "designated praisers", and the outcome is a good one. But sometimes the outcome is not so good - what d…
 
Today's guest is "XG" AKA Xavier Guerrero; producer of Tin Foil Hat Podcast with Sam Tripoli and of George Perez Stories with George Perez. Despite the internet's and big brother's greater efforts to silence us, we had still accomplished what we set out to do with this podcast, which is have some laughs. In this episode we talk about childhood memo…
 
Elisha's servant got to see chariots of fire, but where does that leave faith? The Sabbath School lesson talks about "Seeing the Invisible", especially when times are bad. This sounds a bit like a call to persevere in faith, but it seems that actually seeing the invisible realm might provide additional evidence that diminishes the role of faith. Wh…
 
Discussing the basics of joke writing and joke placement with an example of a new bit I am working on and why it worked and why it didn't work. Also my theory on how Instagram Reels is hurting standup comedy. Subscribe on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYaJXD_ALorEdl5opygYBdAAgostino Zoida tarafından oluşturuldu
 
How does self-control come into our consideration of life's crucibles? This part of the Sermon on the Mount is well known, and is often puzzling. Cutting off hands and gouging out eyes sounds extremely draconian at first - but is this passage even talking about hands and eyes? We explore the idea of self-control, and some things that are not self-c…
 
Thank you for tuning into another episode of Home Schooled Podcast. This episode is Ramy Awad, A New York photographer who spontaneously traveled to France to explore the abandoned Ostby Castle. Owned by Engelhart Cornelius Ostby, a successful Norwegian jeweler who died aboard the The Titanic, but not before getting his daughter to a lifeboat. Neve…
 
Thank you for tuning into another episode of The Movie Stash for our review of Thor: Love & Thunder (Marvel) Directed by Taika Waititi The Movie Stash is a humorous spin on a movie review/discussion talk show... and trivia. Hosted by A (Real) Standup Comedian; Agostino Zoida and a filmmaker/director; Kevin Lyons. In a previous episode, Agostino los…
 
The wonderful theme of "image" turns up Immediately following last week's verse in Romans 8. What does it mean for us to be "conformed to the image of His Son", and how does this relate to crucibles and life experiences of refinement? We meander a bit through some hurdles in this part of Romans, but find a resonance with the way Peterson expresses …
 
Power of The Mind. In this episode I tell you about the negative thing that happened in my life last week because I thought it, followed by the positive things that happened to me, such as getting booked for gigs, making money that more than tippled what I lost. The message of this podcast is think positive thoughts for positive outcomes. Follow me…
 
What do we say and do for people who have difficulties in life that challenge faith? This episode comes to you from a shack on the north west coast of Tasmania, where Cameron and Lachlan ponder the variety of biblical advice for people experiencing crucibles in life. Christians reach a wide range of conclusions about these situations, and there see…
 
The next installment of our segment "The Oscar Goes To" with guest James Creviston covering the 2003 nominations and winners. What did they get wrong? What did they get right? What movie is missing? Subscribe https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYaJXD_ALorEdl5opygYBdA See me live: https://www.agostinocomedian.com/tour 7/28 Long Beach, CA 8/31 - 9/4 Li…
 
If crucibles can be like a roaring lion, what exactly is a lion like? We push the metaphor here in 1 Peter slightly too far to explore what it might mean for us to have an adversary prowling around like a lion. The conclusion surprises us, but comes directly from the text itself!Cameron and Lachlan Rogers tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Giving you a peak into my other show "The Movie Stash" which is a movie review, talk & trivia show hosted by myself; Agostino Zoida & Kevin Lyons. Right now these episodes are always under 5 minutes, have no spoilers and can be found on my Instagram @agostinozoida but soon these will be full unedited, raw movie discussion episodes (coming soon) lik…
 
The theme of "crucibles" takes us back to ponder the valley of the shadow of death. For the first time ever, we turn back to a chapter that we've already discussed. That was way back in Season 1, and our world has changed enough in 2 years that we have new questions to ask of the text.Cameron and Lachlan Rogers tarafından oluşturuldu
 
"A Million Questions (Road-Tips Part 2) with Agostino Zoida Continuing to share helpful tips for touring performing artists/comedians. This episode starts with the basics; how to get a comedian to take you on the road. And once you get there how to get rebooked from the venue and get spoken highly of amongst the bookers and comedians See me Live - …
 
Tamar is yet another somewhat troubling parenthetical side story. Awareness of some of the cultural expectations around marriage, descendants, and inheritance does help make sense of the story of Tamar, but it remains quite unusual to our culture-shifted ears. Tamar regains substantial agency in a fraught and powerless situation, and it seems she g…
 
Part 2 with my good friend and comedian Khalil "Hal" Sadi. I had a great time talking with him on episode #436 and Hal asked me to do his podcast "Forgive & Forget" and we had such a great convo on their that I decided to share that with you all here at Home Schooled Podcast. Hal had me talking about things that I don't often talk about here on HSP…
 
Joseph's story begins a few chapters before his famous childhood dreams. Jacobs wives, Rachel and Leah, compete in some "competitive childbearing" that echoes all the conflict between Jacob and his brother Esau. This beginning of Joseph's story has many strange details and may help us understand this character that will dominate the remainder of Ge…
 
After doing 9 shows in just 7 days in Vegas, I have come comedy Road Tips for you anyone who is thinking of being a performing artist that travels for a living. This episode opens with Road Tips and ends with a Road Tip. Sandwiched in between we continue where we left off with the Oscar nominee's from 2000 & 2001. Please Subscribe on youtube: https…
 
We revisit Sarah to ponder the paucity of particularity in God's plan. This episode is a step back into the story of Abraham in response to a bit of a theme that seems to be emerging in Genesis. God clearly has a plan, but often it seems rather opaque. Abraham and Sarah take a long time to grasp what God has in mind, but when we dig a bit more at t…
 
Khalil "Hal" Sadi is a comedian that I have known since he first started Standup as he used to frequent an Open Mic that I ran daily. Hal just opened for me when I was in Salt Lake City & St. George, Utah which we briefly discuss in this episode. We talk about how Hal had to start the comedy scene in St. George and how Ju Jitsu helped him fill the …
 
It seems nobody is particularly good in this troubling story. Genesis 34 tells the difficult story of Dinah, which certainly contains adult themes and unpleasant behaviour. In fact, it is hard to see anyone who acts in the right. After some comparatively strong women of agency (Hagar and Rebecca), Dinah has her voice almost entirely suppressed by t…
 
The story of Rebecca is refreshingly pleasant after the foibles of Abraham. A number of remarkable things happen when Abraham's servant travels to find a wife for Isaac, who is only a minor character in the story. Rebecca gets most of the agency, and has much of the dialogue. We are drawn to this story because it has wholesome characters and a chee…
 
I'm back fresh from filming my Standup Special and I want to tell you all about it. I share my fears, failures, growths, accomplishments and lessons learned from a special taping. Keeping true to Home Schooled Podcast's true theme... To Document The Journey See Me Live: 5/27 Salt Lake City, UT 5/28 St. George, UT 6/6-12 Las Vegas, NV 6/27 Folsom, C…
 
Abraham lies about his wife, and fails to recognise that others respect God. A remarkable detail in the story of Abraham is that he lies about Sarah being his wife twice! The text clearly implies this is out of self-preservation, and we discuss what this shows about Abraham as a person. There are some sharp critiques of his attitudes towards and tr…
 
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