MYRNA BROWN, HOST: Currently is Friday, November 25th. Very good morning! This is The Environment and Every thing in It from listener-supported Planet Radio. I’m Myrna Brown.
NICK EICHER, HOST: And I’m Nick Eicher.
Very well, for the earlier many times culminating in Giving Tuesday, which is just a few times absent, we have been emphasizing the developing up of WORLD’s World Desk.
The goal in this article is to connect with, prepare, and employ additional intercontinental Christian news correspondents. What we’re hoping to do is set boots on the floor in 100 nations around the world in the next five many years and we’re asking your support to give that project a big enhance.
1) On the line now from Porrentruy, Switzerland, is Entire world correspondent Jenny Lind Schmitt. Morning, Jenny.
2) Ideal, of course. And that’s not all, not just a time big difference, I guess. How do you cope with Thanksgiving dwelling in Europe?
3) Jenny, this is the very first time we’ve talked with each other on the software given that the Entire world Journalism Institute, the 1st-at any time WJI held in Europe, a extremely critical system for the progress of the Worldwide Desk. Chat about how that went.
4) So Jenny, as an American who’s lived your grownup lifestyle both in the States and in Europe and done journalism, how would do you examine the international press, how is information noted in another way, or similarly?
Thanks Jenny and joyful Thanksgiving to arrive.
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MYRNA BROWN, HOST: This Sunday marks the begin of the Advent period. In excess of the subsequent four weeks Christians all-around the planet will put together for—and replicate on—the coming of Christ.
From now until Xmas, we’ll be ending just about every Friday plan with an Advent musical range from one of our reporters from the international desk we were being just conversing about.
Now we kick off that series—but with a hymn of thanksgiving. And just a swift notice, we’re building a Spotify and Apple Audio playlist yet again this yr. We’ll retain them updated through the month so you can come across the audio for your own satisfaction. We have integrated the connection to that in today’s transcript at WNG.org/podcasts.
PAUL BUTLER, REPORTER: All Folks that on Earth Do Dwell is a person of the oldest hymns usually sung now. Nearly each Christian denomination has a model of it in their hymnals.
The English-language text is attributed to William Kethe—a Scottish clergyman who fled England all through Queen Mary’s persecution of the Protestants. Kethe finally finished up in Geneva exactly where he labored on the English translation of the Bible named right after the city—the Geneva Bible. And when there, he wrote 25 English metrical Psalms—including Psalm 100—the text to All People today that on Earth do Dwell.
The tune is “Old Hundredth.” It is a single of the most widely recognised tunes in all of Christendom. It is credited to the French musician Loys Bourgeois. The tune is also one particular of the lots of tunes sung to the Doxology.
We kick off our 5 weeks of songs with All Persons that on Earth Do Dwell—a fitting hymn of thanksgiving as recorded are living at the Getty Audio Worship Meeting: Sing! 2018.
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