RisePod is a ministry using Podcasting to connect Christian Missionaries with others all over the world

Sunday, July 30, 2006

It's been a while

I just wanted to let everyone know that I apologize for not doing any podcasts for the last few months. I do plan on starting up some more podcasts soon. Now that Apple has intagrated Podcasting into iLife It will be less time consuming to do my podcasts.

Rise up,

Thursday, April 06, 2006

post to exsisting blog.

Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Episode 5 is here. Dana and Andy discuss Eastern Europe

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I am so excited about this episode. I got to interview two very close friends.

Dana has been a missionary in Ukraine and Romania. Andy is a professional musician who has played with the likes of Matt Redman. Andy has an incredible heart to minister to Gypsys using his skills as a musician. Give a listen and see what Andy and Dana are up to, and how these two are going to change the face of Eastern Europe.

Please check out Andy's site at www.session-guitarist.co.uk

If you want to know more, or want to help Dana and Andy than you can either contact me at:
James@Risepod.com or Andy at:


Thursday, December 08, 2005

Episode #4 Something a little different

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It's been along time coming, but episode #4 is here!

This episode is a little different. Instead of an interview I took a moment to share with my audience the purpose, hopes, and desires of Risepod. This is a great opportunity to listen and find out more about what Risepod truely is and the man behind it.

In this episode:
I gave mention of Warren Kelley who hosts View from the Pew Radio Podcast. http://pewpod.blogspot.com/
I give a shout out to my buddy Paul Nichols of PodcastPaul. www.podcastpaul.com (this is the guy that got me started in podcasting.)
I play an incredible song called "Glad" from an amazing musician named Pat Brown. (drop me an e-mail if you want to know how to get his CD.)

In the next episode I will interview a very dear friend of mine about her work in Ukraine. We will also hear from the very talented Andy Baker. (He has been highlighted on Podcastpaul.)

p.s. I used a lapel mic and an audio interface for the first time, so please forgive the sound level and the mono parts. I am still working out the bugs. But the sound quality is great.

James Lowery

Sunday, October 23, 2005

What's in store for you

Hello to all my listeners and readers. I wanted to take a brief moment and apologize for taking so long on putting up another podcast. I am working on setting up the interview for the next show. I am happy to announce that on the next show I will be playing a great song by singer/songwritter Pat Brown. He is an amazing musician. I am also in the process of changing jobs myself, so my free time lately has been devoted to training for my new job. The new podcast is coming very soon, and I know it is going to be incredible.


Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Newly added Feedblitz

I just added Feedblitz to the arsenal. If you are seeing this, than it's probable that you are already subscribed to my feed. But if not, you can now recieve my blogs, and podcasts directly to your e-mail. Feedblitz allows that to happen. Navigate to either www.risepod.blogspot.com (you might be there already) or www.risepod.com add your e-mail address to the spot provided by feedblitz and hit subscibe me. What a fun and easy way to keep updated on the world of RisePod!


Monday, October 10, 2005

Interview with Rodney Kirkpatrick and Music by Matthew Ebel

The latest episode of RisePod is now up on the internet. In this episode I interviewed Rodney Kirkpatrick about Africa, played a song by a very talented musician named Matthew Ebel, and I sat in the hot seat with the microphone turned on me. This episode was lots of fun, and has a couple of humoruos surprises.

If your interested in finding out more about Rodney Kirkpatrick than check out his website:

If you want to hear, buy his CD or find out more about Matthew Ebel than check out his site at:

Until next time,
Rise Up