Group 4 Created with Sketch.

The Connect Podcast

Play All
rss rss .
A podcast where a conversation goes beyond the boundaries from the ranges of books, creativity, photography, movies, faith, and more. Continue Reading >>
A podcast where a conversation goes beyond the boundaries from the ranges of books, creativity, photography, movies, faith, and more. << Show Less
Featured Audio
08. Value of Purpose and Vision. In this episode, Drew and Nathan talked about Purpose and Vision and their value from a Christianity standpoint, We also talked about copyright laws, photography, films, and life.
Instagram: Andrew Tedy.
Nathan John.
Newest Audio
08. Value of Purpose and Vision. In this episode, Drew and Nathan talked about Purpose and Vision and their value from a Christianity standpoint, We also talked about copyright laws, photography, films, and life.
Instagram: Andrew Tedy.
Nathan John.
07. This is On The Road Drew Talks about Jack's Kerouac "On The Road". The themes of youth, freedom, relationship and social norms. This is a short book review.
06. History Of My World (THE ARCHIVES) "HISTORY OF MY WORLD" with Nathan John (Part 2/2), We talked about Raf simons, Fashion, George Lucas that changes the culture and Drew's Introduction of Raf simons by Reading a book from Patti Smith, Sonic Youth, and Alec Soth. We also discuss The culture's toxicity and high expectation, the consumption on social media, and ranks of Star Wars.
Resources:
Patti Smith - M-Train, Book
Sonic Youth- Dirty, Music
The xx - I See You, Music
Raf Simons Redux, Photobook
American Graffiti, Film
06. The Humility To Serve In this conversation with Matthew Chung part of "Vita Jakarta", A student-led organization that is there to dedicated to helping the elderly. We talked about the pandemic and how social work does provide sustainability and Gen Z emerging to becoming an influential generation.
Sources:
Vita Jakarta
05. Ambiguity, Comedy and Liberation A conversation with Nathan John, where we talk about&nbsp;Comedy and how Comedy is changing overtime from generations and the landscape of Comedy is related to the liberation of Christianity and Ambiguity themes from the philosophy that would apply to our daily lives from being self-aware and improvement.
SOURCES:
Evangelical Feminism and Biblical Truth: An Analysis of More Than 100 Disputed Questions by Wayne Grudem&nbsp;
Why Social Justice Is Not Biblical Justice: An Urgent Appeal to Fellow Christians in a Time of Social Crisis by Scott David Allen&nbsp;
The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry by John Mark Comer
Desiring God by John Piper
The First Man by Albert Camus
Nathan For You (Tv)
Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Tv)
Hot Fuzz (Film)
04. 2020 Wrapped Drew decided to recap the year of 2020 starting from January to December. &nbsp;He also decides to talk the the ranges of music/albums and upcoming artists that stand out for the year and also who people should look out for the future.
My Albums of the year (Not in order):
the playlist.
Fetch The Bolt Cutters - Fiona Apple, &nbsp;Set My heart on fire immediately - Perfume Genius, WIMP 3 - HAIM, Punisher - Phoebe Bridgers, Grae- Moses Sumney, Circles- Mac Miller, &nbsp;Alfredo- Freddie Gibbs &amp; The alchemist, After Hours - The Weeknd, Surviving is the New living - Okay Kaya, Self-titled - Rina Sawayama&nbsp;
Artists you should look out for:
Jean Dawson
Q
Brandon
Syd B
Arlo Parks
SAULT
03. Places and Faces A therapeutic conversation with a good friend Quin Lim on Mental Health, Places, and the faces of Christianity and other mediums in the daily lives of young adults and teenagers.&nbsp;
Recommendation/Sources:
Educated, Tara Westover&nbsp;
Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal, Jeanette Winterson&nbsp;
Life together, Dietrich Bonhoeffer&nbsp;
Honey Boy&nbsp;
Sung Tongs, Animal Collective
03. Circles + Swimming A conversation on Mac Miller's last Record "Swimming" and posthumous "Circles", Experience and the interest of Music, and The Medium of artists and visionary creatives we consume to learn for a retrospective life.
Sources and Recommendations:
Is it My Body? Selected Texts, Kim Gordon
A Little Life , &nbsp;Hanya Yanagihara
On The Road, &nbsp;Jack Kerouac
The Lines of My Hand, &nbsp;Robert Frank
02. Along with Youth I'm joined with Jason Jong for an open conversation of Hemingway, some of Jim Carrey's moments, youth culture, and today's current age of self-expression by sharing creativity and inspiration through any medium.&nbsp;
Recommendations:&nbsp;
The Sun Also Rises, Ernest Hemingway&nbsp;
Along with Youth, Ernest Hemingway&nbsp;
September 1918, Amy Lowell&nbsp;
Punisher, Phoebe Bridgers
Load More Audio