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Life is busy, but you can do good right where you are, and The Do Gooders Podcast is here to help. Join Christin Thieme, editor of The Salvation Army's Caring Magazine, as she interviews guests for ideas to make an impact—from what it means to do good, to where to discover joy, what it is really like to be homeless or how to raise kind kids. If you want to be inspired and find tangible tips for simple actions you can take for good, this is the podcast for you.
 
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Men lead. Women follow. The Bible tells us so. Or does it? Is there a divine order when it comes to men and women? What if so-called “biblical womanhood” isn’t biblical at all but arose from a series of clearly definable historical moments? What if there is a better way forward for the contemporary church? Dr. Beth Allison Barr lays out clear evide…
 
Take a quick inventory: Do you often feel tired when you wake up in the morning? Have difficulty concentrating? Are your emotions easily affected by the actions of others? Have headaches, muscle aches, or generalized fatigue with no known medical diagnosis? Do you depend on quick energy fixes like caffeine or sugar to help you get through the day? …
 
JOIN us TODAY for an on-fire female founder interview with co-author in the Empire Life Book, Redefine, Series 1. On her journey from wallflower to stage flower, from her coming into herself and her full essence. www.empirelifeacademy.com/bookEmpire Life is a Tech and Digital Marketing Company supporting female founders with their online presence, …
 
The New Republic observed in 2019 that “America seems to be in the midst of a full-blown panic attack.” And then came 2020...and with it, an exhausting instability. By the end of March 2020, 45 percent of Americans said stress from worrying about the virus was negatively affecting their mental health. In April 2020, a government emergency hotline f…
 
Love others. I imagine you'd be hard-pressed to find someone who'd disagree with this sentiment in theory. But what about practically speaking, when it comes down to actually loving others? We're back today with part two on loving others with Lt. Colonel Dean Pallant. If you missed last week, listen to part one for what it means to love others with…
 
Love your neighbors. Lt. Colonel Dean Pallant says he believes this is one of the most challenging aspects of the greatest commandment. There's people we don't agree with—maybe even don't like. People who've wronged us—maybe even gotten away with it. And yet, Mark 12:30-31 says this: "Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your sou…
 
When The Salvation Army began responding to COVID-19 in March 2020, there simply was no way to know the sheer breadth the response would take. Now, a year later, the need remains great, and the response isn’t over. The Salvation Army is still providing food, rent and mortgage and utility assistance, lodging and emotional and spiritual care, and mor…
 
JOIN us TODAY for an on-fire female founder interview with co-author in the Empire Life Book, Redefine, Series 1. www.empirelifeacademy.com/bookEmpire Life is a Tech and Digital Marketing Company supporting female founders with their online presence, sales funnels, community scaling, and paid advertising.We published our first best-selling book, Re…
 
What are your plans for the New Year? Will it depend on how things are going in the moment? It doesn’t need to. You really can trust God’s plan for your life—in all things, no matter what your life looks like right now. That’s what Megan Fate Marshman explores in her new book, a power-packed, biblical look at Jeremiah 29:11-14—a familiar passage th…
 
Story may be the most compelling way to deliver information, which we can assume is why Jesus delivered so many of his messages in parables—story. Russ Ramsey explores the narrative arc of the Bible from Genesis through Revelation in a new way in his three-part series: Retelling the Story. While staying true to Scripture, Russ shares these familiar…
 
“From American presidents to Irish poets, from rock stars in London to single mothers in Wichita, prayer has been the argument ‘that cannot be proven,’ the ‘gaping need’ of every human soul since the very dawn of time. “It is no exaggeration to say that to be human is to pray.” These are the words of Pete Grieg, a writer and church planter who co-f…
 
Join us for this podcast for an on fire female founder interview with the authors in the Empire Life Book, Redefine, Series 1.Empire Life is a Tech and Digital Marketing Company supporting female founders with their online presence and paid advertising.We are publishing our first book, Redefine, Series 1, in Jan 2021.We are publishing 9 female foun…
 
Consider for a moment that you lost your job at the start of this global pandemic. You had a good job. Last New Year’s Eve you never could have expected to be unemployed. But now you are. Your usual expenses are still due and while you now have no income, you’ve also added new needs—like health insurance. You know this Christmas won’t be like it wa…
 
JOIN us TODAY for on fire female founder interviews from the authors in the Empire Life Book, Redefine, Series 1.Empire Life is a Tech and Digital Marketing Company supporting female founders with their online presence and paid advertising. We are publishing our first book, Redefine, Series 1, in Jan 2021.We are publishing 9 female founder stories …
 
That’s right! This is a special, bonus episode from our live event on Giving Tuesday—the Do Good Expedition. Thank you so much to each of you who joined us! If you didn’t, you might not be on our email list, so be sure to sign up now to see all future invites. Each year on Giving Tuesday, people all around the world take action to support causes th…
 
To live simply is to live holistically in your life’s purpose—and set aside all the rest. That’s what Tsh Oxenreider will tell you after more than a decade of writing about the art of simple. Tsh is the bestselling author of several books and just released a new journey into Advent that guides us with simplicity in contemplating the presence of God…
 
Online searches for gratitude spike every year, right around this time. And with 196 million Google search results for the word gratitude, it’s a concept we have plenty of information about. But what does it really mean to be grateful? Why is it important? And how does it improve your daily life? Commissioners Doug and Colleen Riley are territorial…
 
You don’t need resolutions, you need rhythms. Rhythms provide a cadence, a pace to live by. They let you transform one step at a time. And there’s four you need, says Rebekah Lyons—rest, restore, connect and create. As the bestselling author of “Rhythms of Renewal: Trading Stress and Anxiety for a Life of Peace and Purpose” and a new companion plan…
 
Empire Life Podcast is hosted by Allison Ramsey, listening to the stories of founders all over the planet while they share their stories and strategies on how they've built their online Empires.This interview is with Megan Corey, she helps high-achieving women gain their best mindset for continuing to scale in their lives, + get their health in the…
 
“It’s all in our heads.” Do you believe that? Do you believe what you’re thinking about influences how you act? Bestselling author Jennie Allen will tell you that “learning to capture our thoughts matters. Because how we think shapes how we live.” That’s the premise of her book, “Get Out of Your Head: Stopping the Spiral of Toxic Thoughts,” a New Y…
 
Empire Life Podcast is hosted by Allison Ramsey, listening to the stories of founders all over the planet while they share their stories and strategies on how they've built their online Empires.This Thursday's interview is with Larisa Petrini, she helps high-achieving women reverse their biological age by a decade & get irresistible in their 40s! W…
 
This year, when we’re processing so much with our own interests in mind—what’s good, are we safe and secure, and more—if our chief interest is self-preservation, how then can we engage in holding others’ interests? Kindness is wanting what’s best for others’ benefit. And as Ashlee Eiland describes it, extending radical kindness toward every person—…
 
A meditation on the Beatitudes is a “training in goodness,” says Jonathan Dodson, which as he says, has “the power and wisdom to center us in these dizzying times and bring the change we need.” He’s on the show today to share more about this “humble reflection” and what we can learn from these promises of Jesus.…
 
In 63% of couples with kids, both partners work. But there’s little guidance out there for these couples in how to…make it work. Can we change the world and stay in love and raise a healthy family? That’s exactly what André and Jeff Shinabarger tackle in their latest project, Love or Work, and they’re on the show today to share all about it with th…
 
How do you see God at work in your everyday life? How do you view the church? If it’s as a place you go on Sunday mornings, then listen up. As Tim Soerens shares this week on The Do Gooders Podcast, the church is more relevant than ever but we must question our default settings in how we pay attention to God at work in our lives.…
 
Have you heard the saying that God uses broken people to do great things? That’s good news for all of us, and if you haven’t yet been personally invited to know more—consider this episode especially for you. Lt. Paul Chisholm from The Salvation Army Fountain Valley is on the show today to share more about his own testimony and why he knows firsthan…
 
Are you living with purpose—your unique purpose? Are you embracing what’s uncomfortable in order to fulfill your purpose? As Dr. Deborah Gorton says, every decision involves a loss and a gain. But are you pausing to consider what that loss might be in your daily decisions—and whether or not it is then in line with your purpose? She’s on the show to…
 
The pandemic has affected so much of how we live and interact. And for many, it’s directly affected the way we work—and if we work. As of mid-June, more than 45 million people have filed for unemployment at some point during the pandemic. David Jones found himself out of work as a chef when the catering company he worked for no longer had any busin…
 
What are the critical questions to ask in the slow-paced middle ground of refining? (And in case you were wondering, that’s where we are right now.) In this episode of the #DoGoodersPodcast, Krysta Masciale doesn’t offer a task list of busyness or a one-size-fits-all solution to making the most out of this time we find ourselves in. Rather, she ask…
 
Empire Life Podcast is hosted by Allison Ramsey, listening to the stories of founders all over the planet while they share their stories and strategies on how they've built their online Empires.This interview is with Sandy and Alex Rueve, Mother-Daughter Duo, Friends, Astrologers, & Founders of Intention Beads! Where they'll share how to architect …
 
Empire Life Podcast is hosted by Allison Ramsey, listen to the stories of founders all over the planet while they share their stories and strategies on how they've built their online Empires.We published episodes every third Thursday of the month.This interview, that will go live & is with Miriam Popp, Founder, friend, & Coach! Where she'll share h…
 
Did you listen in on what it means to do good, what it’s really like to be homeless, principles to spend differently, how to foster gratitude, and more? After nearly a year of weekly shows on the Do Gooders Podcast, we have a lot of good ideas to catch up on. So we’re hitting pause and giving you a chance to do just that. Hear how The Salvation Arm…
 
The Salvation Army Orange County’s Anaheim Emergency Shelter is a temporary home to 224 individuals. While there, residents have a place to stay, meals and job and housing services. And now, Site Supervisor Benjamin Anozie said The Salvation Army has adapted life at the shelter to increase the safety of residents during the COVID-19 pandemic. He sa…
 
The Empire Life Podcast is hosted by Allison Ramsey, listen to the stories of founders all over the planet while they share their stories and strategies on how they've built their online Empires. In this episode Allison goes deep into how to continue to have a thriving business in the midst of a pandemic.The Empire Life Female Founders Club is now …
 
Sarah Bentley started the Silver Line, a toll-free phone line seniors can call for emotional and spiritual support—and a connection to practical support as well. It’s important, she said, that these older adults know they’re not alone. And the phone has been ringing ever since. She’s on the show today to share how she’s helping in the midst of COVI…
 
Evie Russell drove a truck for 12 years before joining The Salvation Army as the service coordinator in Cortez, Colorado. That’s why she had such a strong reaction when she heard that some truck drivers were being turned away from restaurants or having a hard time finding a place to eat as they helped deliver essential goods during the coronavirus …
 
Many seniors who live by themselves stay busy in community, especially at The Salvation Army Western Territory’s Silvercrest residences for seniors. Across the western U.S., some 3,000 people live in these independent living communities. And now, because of COVID-19, they’re inside their own apartments, together but apart. That’s why in Chula Vista…
 
There’s no question a pandemic is stressful—for everyone. But there’s six key things you can do to lessen the impact of stress on your and your kids’ health. California Surgeon General Dr. Nadine Burke Harris is on the show to share what’s inside her Playbook on Stress Relief during COVID-19 and what you can do every day, at home, to help support y…
 
Hunger is a new reality for many as the coronavirus has taken hold of communities across the country, and as a result, The Salvation Army has stepped up its services to meet the need. In Denver, Lt. Sarah Aguirre said the Denver West Adams Corps has increased the amount of food it distributes by 75 percent. She’s on the show to share how she’s help…
 
At this point, I think it’s safe to say no one has gone untouched by this crisis. The outbreak of a respiratory illness caused by a new coronavirus—called COVID-19—was first declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization on March 11, and it has steadily rolled into more than 200 countries and territories around the world. The first case appea…
 
When law enforcement or Child Protective Services removes a little one from their home due to neglect or abuse, where do they go? In Spokane, Washington, many come to Sally’s House—an emergency receiving facility of The Salvation Army for those ages 2 to 12 years old. Since it opened in 2002, 4,000 children have come through its doors averaging a s…
 
You’ve heard us talk about The Salvation Army’s commitment to double its impact on homelessness in the West over the next 5 years. (And if you missed it, head back to episode 6 for a full rundown of what this initiative, called The Way Out, entails.) California has one of the highest rates of homelessness in the country—a fact you can’t miss in its…
 
What does it mean when someone knows you? When they stop and ask you by name how things are going? It’s perhaps the simplest and most meaningful way to impact a young person, according to Captain Angela Morrow, who leads The Salvation Army Centennial Corps—or church—with her husband as Corps Officer in Centennial, Colorado. She grew up attending Sa…
 
According to the latest National Survey on Drug Use and Health, nearly 20 million Americans ages 12 and older battle a substance use disorder. The effects range from deteriorating one’s physical health, to impairing mental functioning and damaging the overall spirit of who they are. But think about it: that’s also 20 million families across the U.S…
 
What motivates a person to “do good” and why would one choose to do so alongside The Salvation Army? That’s what Craig Darian is sharing on today’s episode. Craig is a longtime executive, producer and businessman in the entertainment industry who has owned and operated several companies. Currently, as Co-Chairman and CEO of Occidental Entertainment…
 
You’ve seen the mugs, the t-shirts, the screensavers… “Follow your heart” “Believe in yourself” You may have even had someone say something to the effect of: “God won’t give you more than you can handle” or “God just wants me to be happy.” But there’s a danger in these clichés we often encounter—they’re not biblical. As longtime church planter and …
 
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