47 episodes

Jon and colin explore our interconnectedness and Oneness, and how Soul Force Ones - different people of different vocational callings and spiritual and cultural backgrounds - find purpose and meaning making through their work

Soul Force Ones Jonathan Stoll and colin cole

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.7 • 12 Ratings

Jon and colin explore our interconnectedness and Oneness, and how Soul Force Ones - different people of different vocational callings and spiritual and cultural backgrounds - find purpose and meaning making through their work

    43. Faith, Research, and Poetry with Gabriela Portillo Alvarado

    43. Faith, Research, and Poetry with Gabriela Portillo Alvarado

    We're back after a brief hiatus! On this episode, we speak with undergraduate student and poet Gabriela Portillo Alvarado about their Quaker faith, their research, and their poetry. Gabriela also shares a brand new poem, written for our conversation!

    Episode 43 features music by Ruby Ibarra and Cambiowashere.
    The Soul Force Ones theme song was produced by OJ the Producer.

    Make sure to subscribe wherever you get your podcasts and check out soulforceones.com for more information. 

    • 1 hr 1 min
    42. "We do this for the community" ft Josh Barousse of San José Spotlight

    42. "We do this for the community" ft Josh Barousse of San José Spotlight

    On this episode of the Soul Force Ones podcast, we speak with Josh Barousse, the co-founder and executive director of the award winning San José Spotlight, a non profit news organization dedicated to independent local reporting. We discuss a variety of topics ranging from journalism and the news to relationships, the differences between prayer and meditation, and work-life balance. After the interview, Jon and colin do the remix, where they reflect on a few of the episodes main themes. Get your notepad ready!

    Read the San José Spotlight.
    Find out more about the Soul Force Ones.

    This episode features the song Headlines by One Be Lo and Paper Boi featured in the FX show Atlanta. 

    • 53 min
    41. Creation Justice Advocate Cherice Bock

    41. Creation Justice Advocate Cherice Bock

    This week we are joined by Cherice Bock. Cherice works as a Creation Justice Advocate with Oregon Interfaith Power & Light and Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon, and you can find more about her amazing work HERE. 

    A few themes from  this episode are: 
    our interconnectedness the importance of listening to how other species and parts of creation speak up to usthe notion of watershed discipleshiptraditional ecological knowledge andhope as an actionThis episode also features the song "Unconditional" by Lightheaded.
    Follow us on Instagram @soulforceones and find plenty of extra info online at www.soulforceones.com.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    40. Powers that Be. Powers that Do. Reflections on Violence(s)

    40. Powers that Be. Powers that Do. Reflections on Violence(s)

    On episode 40 (40!!!), Jon and colin do something a little different. The hosts discuss a theme that spans several recent episodes, violence.  
    Is violence the antithesis of soul force?What does it mean to aspire for peace internally and externally?Is labor violent?... What about working yourself to death?Is there a violence of idleness?40 episodes in, and there's so much more to explore about Soul Force and that C.A.S.H. What’s been your favorite episode so far? Shoot us an email at soulforceones@gmail.com and let us know what you think. We’d love to hear from you.
    Music included in this episode is from Oddisee and Cambio, and the Soul Force Ones theme song produced by OJ the Producer. 

    • 58 min
    39. Refuge and Refugees ft. Dr. Ted Khoury

    39. Refuge and Refugees ft. Dr. Ted Khoury

    Episode 39 features Dr. Ted Khoury, Associate Professor of Management and the Cameron Professor of Strategy, Sustainability, and Entrepreneurship at Portland State University. An accomplished entrepreneurship scholar, Dr. Khoury discusses a few of the contributions of his collaborative work in refugee settings. He shares about his Palestinian background and how his family’s experiences have influenced his teaching and his research, and he touches on the refuge he finds in music and his work. After the interview, Jon and colin do the remix, where they discuss a few themes from the interview at depth, or reflect on the conversation at large.

    You can find more on Dr. Khoury’s work and today’s featured music via the links below.

    Dr. Khoury's Google Scholar page
    PSU Faculty Feature on Dr. Khoury

    DAM (Da Arab MCs)
    Omar Offendum
    Ana Tijoux
    Shadia Mansour

    Make sure to subscribe wherever you get your podcasts, and check out our website for more at www.soulforceones.com

    • 1 hr 41 min
    38. The Good Fight ft José Santos Woss

    38. The Good Fight ft José Santos Woss

    In episode 38, Jon and colin speak with José Santos Woss, the Director for Justice Reform with the Friend’s Committee on National Legislation. We explore how he came to Quakerism as a young Black Latino man, the meaning he finds in his work, and some of the urgent topics he’s working on at the moment. Following the interview, as always, we do a quick remix where we reflect on some key takeaways from the conversation.

    This episode features Want Something Done by Oddisee off of his album, The Good Fight.

    José Santos Woss
    - FCNL Page
    - Recent Article from Sept. 1, 2021

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    • 1 hr 12 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

OranjJoos ,

Awesome

I’ve highly enjoyed the conversations from this podcast.

bnburmeister ,

Powerful, thoughtful, and Inspiring

Excellent conversations with powerful questioning. Highly recommended listening that will elevate your thinking and open your mind.

DeLaLeft ,

Always new, always interesting

I’ve really enjoyed this podcast so far. The hosts speak with people from different areas and examine important issues that blend elements of activism, career development, etc. I never know quite what to expect, and I can’t wait to see what they bring moving forward.

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