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A podcast with an edge on all the rest! Lean into living fully alive as we trek into unexplored territory, highlighting stories of redemption, restoration, and renewal, while celebrating all things good, true, and beautiful. Journey with us to -and beyond- the Edge of the Wild!

Edge of the Wild Shane Tucker

    • Religion & Spirituality
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A podcast with an edge on all the rest! Lean into living fully alive as we trek into unexplored territory, highlighting stories of redemption, restoration, and renewal, while celebrating all things good, true, and beautiful. Journey with us to -and beyond- the Edge of the Wild!

    Inspiration is the Life of Each Generation

    Inspiration is the Life of Each Generation

    Carl von Hollen is a one of the most passionate and encouraging men I know. He's been that way since we first met in Chicago in 1998.  Emblematic of his life's trajectory, I often describe Carl as a theo-thesbian since he is trained in theology and acting.. the arts and faith being two of his passions.  He and I have had the opportunity to make some great memories across numerous states in America, as well as Germany (his home country), the United Kingdom, and Ireland (our former home). Carl has served in numerous church contexts, as a translator for some of the biggest churches in America hosting conferences in Germany, a travel educator, a voice-over artist, as a jury member at the Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale), and an actor. Carl von Hollen is one of those people that you love to be around because inspiration and joy exude from him. May you experience the same from our conversation in this episode!  
    You can find Carl on IMDB and in this message from Mosaik Berlin via YouTube (timestamp 22:08).
    Here's a link to the poem I read at the end of the episode (my favorite poem!), entitled 'Ode' by Arthur O'Shaughnessy.
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    + Special Thanks to.. designer Jonathan Scheele for incredible work, musician Radical Face for use of the tracks "I'll Be There Soon", and "Home Movies" from the album Missing Film, and author J.R.R. Tolkien for the quote from his work, 'The Hobbit: There and Back Again' (1937) in the podcast intro. > ArtistSoulFriend.com / Twitter: @_EdgeoftheWild_ / Instagram: @EdgeoftheWildPodcast / Facebook: EdgeoftheWildPodcast
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    • 53 min
    Failure, Surrender and Unexpected Adventures

    Failure, Surrender and Unexpected Adventures

    Jeremy Isom is a visionary entrepreneur with a motivation to change lives through epic adventures leaping out into the unknown.  Like many of us, he's been broken on the wheels of living, but he has also seen God's exemplar restorative work in his life.  Jeremy has launched numerous business and ministry ventures in the United States and Europe- all geared toward personal and cultural transformation.  The organization Jeremy currently leads, LEAP (Leadership, Education, Adventure & Philanthropy) International "works to establish community based programs that are focused on shared meaningful experiences..[providing] training, resources, and service learning experiences to schools, churches, civic organizations, and businesses [all] designed to catalyze healthy relationships and healthy community."  

    LEAP International hosts a number of initiatives to develop "deep, diverse, and generous" relationships. You can explore more about LEAP International on Twitter @LEAPIntl, Facebook LEAPInternational, and the LEAP International site! 

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    + Special Thanks to.. designer Jonathan Scheele for incredible work, musician Radical Face for use of the tracks "I'll Be There Soon", and "Home Movies" from the album Missing Film, and author J.R.R. Tolkien for the quote from his work, 'The Hobbit: There and Back Again' (1937) in the podcast intro. > ArtistSoulFriend.com / Twitter: @_EdgeoftheWild_ / Instagram: @EdgeoftheWildPodcast / Facebook: EdgeoftheWildPodcast 

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    • 53 min
    Big Sky, Beauty and Pastoring Artists

    Big Sky, Beauty and Pastoring Artists

    "There's fury in a pheasant's wings.." So goes the line from the enduring music of the long departed Rich Mullins.  He was a prophet among 'prophets' - the calling those gifted in the Arts are ultimately invited to employ for the good of the world.

    In this episode, you'll have an opportunity to meet someone investing in those gifted with that prophetic calling.  Dave Decker has been pastoring for many years, and over a decade ago he launched Lights Out as a ministry to come alongside and serve those who are especially equipped to move the world through their music.   You may have never heard of those who pastor Artists/Creatives, but we're out there.. serving those who have an inordinate influence over others through their unique calling in this world.

    You can explore more about Lights Out on Instagram @LiveLightsOut, Twitter @LiveLightsOut, Facebook LightsOutPage and the Lights Out site!

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    + Special Thanks to.. designer Jonathan Scheele for incredible work, musician Radical Face for use of the tracks "I'll Be There Soon", and "Home Movies" from the album Missing Film, and author J.R.R. Tolkien for the quote from his work, 'The Hobbit: There and Back Again' (1937) in the podcast intro.

    > ArtistSoulFriend.com / Twitter: @_EdgeoftheWild_ / Instagram: @EdgeoftheWildPodcast / Facebook: EdgeoftheWildPodcast

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    • 55 min
    The Hope That Gives Rise to Healing

    The Hope That Gives Rise to Healing

    This is not everyone's story, but at times when circumstances align and our hearts are humble and open, the rescue comes.  The Help that we long for arrives at just the right moment, and then we begin the climb out of the mess, or hole, that we'd been in.

    Meet Chad & Carabeth.. a young couple that began a family together not realizing the life they had hoped for was about to implode because of choices they were making. These are the times we hurt, and hurt bad, but they don't have to be the end of our story.  As Jesus said, “With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.” (Jesus in Matthew 19:26, ESV Bible)

    This interview with my brother-in-law, and sister-in-law, is Part Two (S1E5). It's an absolute change in direction from what you heard in Part One (S1E4)! If you haven't heard Part One, pause this episode and listen to it first. May their story offer hope to you no matter how difficult and painful your circumstances might be. If you invite Jesus to lead your life, the best is always yet to come ->

    "God rewrote the text of my life when I opened the book of my heart to his eyes." (Psalm 18:24, The Message Bible)

    You can find Chad on Instagram @chadkellyplus4 and Carabeth on Instagram @carabethkelly.

    Also, check out the incredible goodness that God has brought out of the Kellys' story in Freedom Recovery (faith-based addiction counseling & community) and Ignite Our City (cooperative collaborations for the good of our region)!

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    + Special Thanks to.. designer Jonathan Scheele for incredible work, musician Radical Face for use of the track "I'll Be There Soon" from the album Missing Film, and author J.R.R. Tolkien for the quote from his work, 'The Hobbit: There and Back Again' (1937) in the podcast intro.

    > ArtistSoulFriend.com / Twitter: @_EdgeoftheWild_ / Instagram: @EdgeoftheWildPodcast / Facebook: EdgeoftheWildPodcast

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    • 48 min
    The Hurt That We (Sometimes) Call Home

    The Hurt That We (Sometimes) Call Home

    What do you do when your life goes belly up? Oftentimes we just want to dull the pain, but the decisions that we make next can define the rest of our lives.

    Meet Chad & Carabeth.. a young couple that began a family together not realizing the life they had hoped for was about to implode because of choices they were making. These are the times we hurt, and hurt bad, but they don't have to be the end of our story.

    This interview with my brother-in-law, and sister-in-law, is Part One (S1E4), it's the set-up for the unimaginable awesomeness that you'll hear about in Part Two (S1E5)! Hang in there with us and come back for Part Two. May their story offer hope to you no matter how difficult and painful your circumstances might be. If you invite Jesus to lead your life, the best is always yet to come -->

    You can find Chad on Instagram @chadkellyplus4 and Carabeth on Instagram @carabethkelly.

    Also, check out the incredible goodness that God has brought out of the Kellys' story in Freedom Recovery (faith-based addiction counseling & community) and Ignite Our City (cooperative collaborations for the good of our region)!

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    + Special Thanks to.. designer Jonathan Scheele for incredible work, musician Radical Face for use of the track "I'll Be There Soon" from the album Missing Film, and author J.R.R. Tolkien for the quote from his work, 'The Hobbit: There and Back Again' (1937) in the podcast intro.

    > ArtistSoulFriend.com / Twitter: @_EdgeoftheWild_ / Instagram: @EdgeoftheWildPodcast / Facebook: EdgeoftheWildPodcast

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    • 45 min
    A Rhythm of Life Lived 'In The Pocket'

    A Rhythm of Life Lived 'In The Pocket'

    This is the first (I hope) of countless interviews I plan to share with you via Edge of the Wild. 

    In this one, I’ll invite you in on a conversation with my very good friend, world class drummer and producer, Patrick Maley.  Patrick is quite possibly the most joyful man I’ve ever known, and you might get an insight into why when you hear his story- particularly what he’s lived through. You’ll also hear about his early years growing up in Philly, playing music millions have heard around the world with musicians like Carrie Underwood, Katy Perry, and John Legend.. as well as an encounter with God that led to his vibrant faith.  You're going to love this interview!

    You can find him on Instagram @kirtapyelam or via his personal site.

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    + Special Thanks to.. designer Jonathan Scheele for incredible work, musician Radical Face for use of the track "I'll Be There Soon" from the album Missing Film, and author J.R.R. Tolkien for the quote from his work, 'The Hobbit: There and Back Again' (1937) in the podcast intro.

    > ArtistSoulFriend.com / Twitter: @_EdgeoftheWild_ / Instagram: @EdgeoftheWildPodcast / Facebook: EdgeoftheWildPodcast

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    • 45 min

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Relevant, honest podcast!

Shane’s demeanor and personality comes through this podcast. Conversations with those he has known giving them an opportunity to share what God has done in and thru their lives. Affirming and direct, can compel listener to seek more of who the Father is and how does faith apply to everyday life.

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