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Weekly Sermons from Vineyard Boise. Vineyard Boise is a body of believers in the heart of Garden City that has been serving Boise since 1989. We are a non-denominational Christian church that pursues authentic Christian life and endeavors to develop mature, reproducible, Spirit-filled Christian disciples, in order to make The Invisible God Visible
 
City Cast Boise is the daily news podcast that connects us to the city we love. With a companion newsletter, it’s the place where curiosity and passion for Boise meet. Host Emma Arnold local comedian and podcaster, and she’s excited to talk about people, places, and problems that matter to you. Every weekday morning, Emma will introduce you to your neighbors — from newcomers to born-and-raised Boiseans. It’s like eavesdropping on a great conversation overheard at your favorite downtown coffe ...
 
Learn all about investing in real estate in Boise, Idaho with a combination of real estate financial planning and modeling with numbers specific to Boise plus syndicated, more generalized recordings of live and pre-recorded real estate investing classes (not all specific to Boise).
 
Are you tired of looking at damaged, dirty, or stained carpet? Safe N Soft Carpet Cleaning Service is here to help you make your carpets as clean as the day you bought them. What’s more, we guarantee they’ll smell better than ever! Whether you need carpet cleaning, or you need a business that does a great job of commercial floor cleaning, Safe N Soft is here for you!
 
Welcome to Messages at Boise Bible College! In these chapel recordings, you’ll hear from professors, staff, guest speakers as well as students at Boise Bible College. Chapel happens every Tuesday and Thursday at Boise Bible College as a time to gather, grow, and rest together. Boise Bible College exists to raise up leaders for the Church - where we value scholarship, humility, innovation, and community. For more information about Boise Bible College, please see www.boisebible.edu.
 
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What great words from Kyle as we talk about Mary, her role as a prophetic witness in her own context, her bravery and example for our own discipleship, the humility she exemplifies for us, the humility Jesus is calling us to, and how that looks so different from the way we hope and work in our own cultural moment. Listen to the sermon on Mary on th…
 
It’s been a busy week of news in Boise, so host Emma Arnold’s chatting about the stories behind the headlines with the Idaho Capital Sun’s Kelcie Moseley-Morris and our Hey Boise Newsletter Editor Blake Hunter. From recent tort claims filed by two abortion rights protesters against the City of Boise and Boise Police to an independent investigation …
 
The Nomad™ real estate investing strategy has you buying properties as an owner-occupant, living in them for at least a year… to fulfil your obligations to the lender for getting a low/nothing down loan with better interest rates… then converting them to a rental and moving into a new property. Repeat this until you have the number of rental proper…
 
We’re talking with Jodi Eichelberger from Surel’s Place about why Garden City is becoming the hottest neighborhood in town. Amazing galleries, great hangs, and fabulous First Fridays. One has to ask, is GC the new downtown? Check out this map with all the First Friday happenings, going down Friday Dec. 2 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Want some more local eve…
 
We’re getting into the holiday spirit with Emma’s festive friend Jocelyn Robertson. We talk about the best light displays, the cheeriest trees, bathrobes in nativity scenes, and why we’d rather be in bed than at the Potato Drop. A few unique ideas: Eat at Yen Ching and watch downtown shoppers as the snow falls. Skate on Caldwell’s ice ribbon in Ind…
 
We’re talking with Alley Repertory Theater’s Buffie Main about their upcoming production of “Cabaret.” We jazz hand into the similarities between Boise and pre-war Berlin, the rise of fascism, and how VAC is being transformed into the Kit Kat Club for the show. Want some more Boise news? Check out Hey Boise, our newsletter that gives you a cheatshe…
 
“Because Mary knows who God is, and has placed her hope in the story… she’s able to respond.” For the first week of Advent, we are focusing on prophetic hope that advent brings. In today’s short homily, Kyle walks us through the story and the song of Mary in Luke 1. He asks us to stop and consider the reality of what God was asking of Mary when he …
 
We talked with travel blogger Lydia Weigel about her recent stay in the Big Idaho Potato Hotel. Just south of downtown Boise, this fun and unique stay features some unusual amenities (spoiler: it’s a cow, you get to hang out with a cow!). Know of other fun and unique places to stay in Boise? Let us know by sending us a voicemail or text: 208-546-94…
 
Learn more about modeling your real estate investing strategy in CityName using a variety of different rules in the Real Estate Financial Planner™ software. Watch the video version of this class: https://realestatefinancialplanner.com/modeling-your-real-estate-investments-rules-overview/ Resources Mentioned In Class Real Estate Financial Planner™ S…
 
We’re talking to KTVB’s Jim Duthie about folklore winter weather predictions. How accurate is the Farmer’s Almanac and are Wooly Worm Caterpillars actually miniature meteorologists? Plus, how likely are we to have another Snowmageddon? And later in the show, we share an article from the Idaho Statesman about how climate change may affect home value…
 
Black Friday at the mall? Pshh never heard of her. This holiday season, we’re giving you plenty of awesome reasons to shop local. Have a cook or a gardener in your life? What about that loved one who has everything, so really a unique is the best gift they can get? We have you covered! Plus, there’s still time to check out some local holiday market…
 
You can purchase a property in Boise, Idaho using an FHA loan with just 3.5% down. Heck, sometimes you can even get down payment assistance to help with the 3.5% down payment. But there are other loans with lower down payment options. However, when you put less than 20% down, FHA loans require you buy insurance to protect the lender in case you def…
 
It might technically be fall still but winter weather is certainly here. So we’re talking how to get cozy in Boise with the Boise Weekly’s Minerva Jayne. We burrow into the best cozy eats, shopping, treat-yourselfs, and coziest places to just hangout. Got a favorite cozy spot? Let us know by sending us a voicemail or text: 208-546-9485. Want to coz…
 
It’s been a tough news week in Idaho so we’re here to sort through what you need to know. Host Emma Arnold gets the latest on the murder of four University of Idaho students from Boise State Public Radio’s James Dawson and our audio producer Evelyn Avitia. Plus, Jimmy explains why the state of Idaho has just settled a lawsuit based on a law that fo…
 
We know the holidays can bring fraught debates with family and friends. But this Thanksgiving, there’s at least one argument you can win once-and-for-all: how to pronounce our beloved “Boise.” Lead producer Frankie Barnhill digs into this longstanding (and often heated) linguistic debate with Boise State University Linguistics Department Chair Mich…
 
Today, Host Emma Arnold is talking hot springs with our Lead Producer Frankie Barnhill. We dive into gatekeeping, etiquette, and the best from-Boise hot spots! Plus, is it still okay to skinny-dip? Have a favorite place to soak? Let us know on Twitter and Instagram. Want some more Boise news? Head over to our Hey Boise newsletter where you’ll get a…
 
The abrupt change to winter weather is hitting our unhoused neighbors hardest. So today, we’re learning how to help make the cold months a little warmer for folks experiencing homelessness in our community with Interfaith Sanctuary’s Jodi Peterson-Stigers. Want to help out? You can donate to Interfaith here, and volunteer to help with emergency she…
 
“What does your life say about what you believe?” In the third and final episode of our series Philo-Xenia, Robert dives into Matthew 25, defining hospitality as the badge of belonging to the kingdom of God. He looks at the difference between spoken beliefs and embodied beliefs, and the way our actions are a perfect representation of what we believ…
 
The holiday season is here, with lots of parties and dinners to enjoy with friends and family. But before you throw away those masks, Dr. David Pate (aka the Dr. Fauci of Idaho) is here with some practical tips to make sure COVID-19 doesn’t ruin your holiday plans. Pate is the former CEO of St. Luke’s Health System and became a voice for public hea…
 
Election night is in the rearview, so we’re talking about what the legislative results could mean for the future of Boise with state politics reporter James (Jimmy) Dawson of Boise State Public Radio. Incumbent Republicans in statewide races had a big night, starting at the executive level with Gov. Brad Little winning a second term. But how did fa…
 
If you’ve been hiking in the foothills these last few years, chances are you’ve come across this very unusual, very Boise trail amenity: free coffee, served by a mule. We talk to Café Mulé’s Matt Bishop about building community through hospitality and a shared love of the outdoors, and why Richard The Mule is Boise’s favorite barista. Have your own…
 
Plenty of 2022 General Election results are in from Idaho and there’s lots to chew on this morning! Emma Arnold and lead producer Frankie Barnhill are here to update you on the most important local and state election results — so far. How are you feeling about the results? Let us know by sending us a voicemail or text: 208-546-9485. Check out this …
 
A great conversation with Jessie about Jesus and practical hospitality- both barriers to our own welcoming, and real life ways we can be conduits of hospitality in the world around us, both giving and receiving hospitality. We end with a little discussion on identity and how our belovedness is what allows us to shower love on other people. Listen t…
 
Today, host Emma Arnold talks with the Wassmuth Center’s Dan Prinzing. The center recently dedicated the new Phillip E. Batt Building in honor of the former Republican governor, and it’s going to really level up the nonprofit’s education and outreach mission. Plus, Dan shares how he stays positive in the face of increasing hate in Idaho. Thoughts o…
 
““We’ve gotten really good at keeping the wrong people out, but now we can’t seem to find the latch to open that gate back up.” In the second episode of our series Philo-Xenia, Jessie looks at the life of Jesus in Luke, and how Jesus showed radical, intimate, vulnerable hospitality to friends and strangers alike. She talks about 3 barriers that we …
 
We’re having a day in Caldwell with our audio producer, Evelyn Avitia! She shares her favorite C-town eats, hangs, and why racism and classism are behind Boise’s tendency to look down its nose at this unique and fun sister city. If you’re new to Boise, Caldwell or anywhere else in the Treasure Valley — what brought you here? Or if you’re a local th…
 
The countdown to Tuesday’s midterm election is on. So in this week’s weekly news chatter episode, host Emma Arnold is talking about local races to watch with The Idaho97 Project’s Emily Walton and our lead producer Frankie Barnhill. Plus, we chat about Emily’s lost rascal cat Jack and the community effort to find him. And Emily tells us why this El…
 
After a short break, we are back with another Instagram interview about our new series, Philo-Xenia. Alyssa and Robert talk about hospitality and its connection with narrative, trust and identity. They close with 2 simple postures you can take to start reframing the cultural narratives around poverty and marginalization in our country and our city.…
 
Soups on and we’re talking mutual aid and feeding our unhoused neighbors with the wonderful folks at Boise Kitchen Collective. BKC hands out over fifty hot meals a week plus snacks, water, coffee, and baked goods. We learn how easy (and fun!) it is to get involved and why you can’t overstate the importance of a home cooked meal. Let us know about y…
 
Today, Host Emma Arnold is talking Boise coffee shops with City Cast Boise’s very own Evelyn Avitia and Blake Hunter. Who has the best beans? The best vibes? The best workspaces vs. the coziest hangs? Get the drip on which Boise coffee shops we think are tops, and where we wouldn’t go even at our most caffeine deprived. So what are you drinking? Wa…
 
We’re celebrating Dia de los Muertos by chatting with Lisa Sánchez about how she celebrates the Mexican holiday. The Boise City Councilperson talks about her favorite Day of the Dead altars and spoiling her ancestors with treats they couldn’t have while they were living. Plus, Lisa tells us her plans this year to honor the gentleness and grace of h…
 
“Hospitality is at the center of what it means to be God’s people.” In the first episode of our series, Philo-Xenia (the greek word for hospitality), Robert compares our practices of hospitality to the behavior of people in the Ancient Near East, looking at Abraham in Genesis. He looks at the provision, protection and lovingkindness of God, laying …
 
Happy Halloween, Boise! Lead producer Frankie Barnhill takes the wheel today to grill host Emma Arnold about Boise Halloween memories. We talk Harrison Blvd. vs. Warm Springs candy hauls, haunted houses, corn mazes, and why Emma got arrested at the Crazy Horse in 1994. Looking for some adult Halloween fun tonight? Emma recommends the Macabre Mass b…
 
Happy Friday! Emma’s chatting about the stories of the week with KTVB’s Brian Holmes and City Cast Boise’s very own Blake Hunter. We cover the news about white nationalist leader Kyle Chapman’s plea deal, early and absentee voting so far, and the one year anniversary of Zachary Snow’s killing by Boise Police. Plus, we get into what’s pissing us off…
 
Are we currently over-building? Have we been over-building in the last few years? Where are all the 5+ unit new construction properties? What can builders tell us about impending recessions? Find out the answers to these questions and more in this first-ever chart reaction podcast episode and video from James as he goes over the following two chart…
 
8008IES, UDAHO and DZNUTZ? Carolyn Komatsoulis from the Idaho Press is in the passenger seat to talk about all the weird, crude and admittedly funny vanity plates people try to slip by the DMV, and how long-suffering Idaho DMV employees use a variety of tools — including Urban dictionary and mirrors — to crack down on Idaho’s raunchiest submissions…
 
James is interviewed by Dave Goldberg with The Investor's Source about the effects of shifting economic forces on the real estate market. Watch the video version of this interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DELMeIdX8KE Download a copy of the newest version of The World's Greatest Real Estate Deal Analysis Spreadsheet™ by going to: https://Rea…
 
Power struggles, note-passing, special sessions, oh my! Today on the podcast, host Emma Arnold gets the scoop on the two important — but confusing — questions at the bottom of your ballot this election. Why does the Idaho Legislature want to have the option to work more and what the hell is going on with that advisory question? Idaho Capital Sun re…
 
This is a very personal recording of a class I recorded on March 10, 2021 for our real estate investor group in Northern Colorado. In it I share some very failures and what I wish I knew if I was getting started investing in real estate in Boise. Here's my list of tips: Not Get Rich Quick "A great business at a fair price is superior to a fair busi…
 
One thing about Boise: we love our local craft beer. But with more than 20 breweries and counting in the Treasure Valley, the options can be kind of overwhelming. What’s the best place to grab a pint and watch a game? How about the most delicious meal and IPA combo? And where can you get snobby and enjoy the subtleties of your next barrel-aged stou…
 
This is a recording of a class I recorded way back in June, 2021 for our real estate investor group in Northern Colorado. So, why am I publishing a class that's over a year old on October 24, 2022? Over the last month, I've had several people suggest to me or ask me if in our current real estate market in Boise... a real estate market where... Pric…
 
“How a message is delivered is just as important as the context of the message.” Our series, Liturgy: The Work of the People is wrapping up this week with our last Core Value of Contextualization. Robert talked about contextualization as a kingdom movement into the culture and the importance of contextualizing our structures to what people can and …
 
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