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This is a show for anyone who cares about using digital approaches in the public sector to deliver better outcomes. We explore stories from around the world, where public servants have been successful at driving change. We meet the people behind the stories, to hear their first-hand experiences and lessons learned. Throughout the series we discuss technology and trends, as well as the cultural aspects of making change happen.
 
This Redeemed Life with Marian Jordan Ellis is life-changing truth straight from God’s Word. Tune in each week as Marian opens the Bible and brings her real-life experiences, practical teachings, and answers your questions about living the redeemed life. Marian has been in the trenches with Jesus and teaches others how to overcome, walk by faith, and show the world that Jesus is better.
 
Whether you are new to photography or a practiced veteran of the craft, these short clips of tips, tricks, ideas, and information about genealogy and our ancestors should inspire and assist you in moving farther along on your family tree. Keep them handy when you hit a brick wall, or if you want new inspiration for unique angles to take in your work. With each clip, you will learn what you need to know with ease and be ready eagerly to jump back into the ancestor pool with a renewed sense of ...
 
FRIENDSHIP. HEALTHCARE. MOTHERHOOD. Meet Christie, Jasmin, and Karen. Dental Hygienists + Friends + Moms = MOMgienists. Healthcare moms who understand the struggles, the joys, and the self-doubts of raising kids, staying sane, and working. Listen to our regular conversations about everything except the kitchen sink.
 
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Birth records are some of the first types of records you may look for when beginning your genealogy research. After all, most people in the western world have had some sort of documentation of their birth for the past thousand years. Modern birth certificates began being issued between 100 and 150 years ago. This is the information you might find o…
 
The Ninth Amendment states that rights that are not listed in the Bill of Rights still exist, and are reserved to the people. But, this leaves a whole host of questions open about what those unlisted rights are. Scholars have debated over the exact meaning of the Ninth Amendment for more than two centuries, and the issue of the ”unenumerated rights…
 
This week on MOMgienists Jasmin talks to us about 5 strategies to maintain your identity while raising a family, developing a career, or both! Episode Highlights Maintaining Identity 5 Strategies Quotes “One of my greatest gifts is being a mother, but there is also a side of me that existed before I had children.” “Your children won’t be young for …
 
If you are searching for a birth record for an ancestor, you might not find one if official birth registration was not required at the time and in the place they were born. However, you will likely come across a baptismal record, as most people in the past belonged to some kind of church. This is what baptismal records were, why they had them, and …
 
In this episode we speak with Mohammad Almadani, CEO & Co-Founder of Classera, Microsoft’s Education Partner of the Year. Classera was recognized for their work empowering schools through the pandemic. Almadani was driven to develop smart learning solutions focusing on AI, gamification, and social learning. We discuss the growth of remote learning,…
 
Episode 13: You Are the Church | Ephesians 3:1-13What is the Church? Is it a building? Is it a gathering? In episode 13, Marian Jordan Ellis tackles this important question and challenges us to rise up! Today we talk about the three primary purposes of the Church and how we together we are the Light of the World.…
 
Martha Washington was the very first 1st lady of the United States. We all know this about her, and that she married George Washington. But, what about her life before him, and after him? Do you really know Martha Washington? Here is her story... Podcast Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/americas-first-ladies-martha-washington/ Click Here t…
 
COVID testing and travel advice; travel from the UK, to Ireland, or Europe, may require a vaccine certificate. So where do you get a test kit and how much will it cost? Will it be acceptable when it comes time to travel? Rory Borland, Travel Editor for Which? discusses their research on this. Linda hears from listener Margaret, who thought she had …
 
The Sixteenth Amendment to the US Constitution establishes a federal income tax. There had only been one tax of this type before, to pay for the Civil War, and it was canceled not long after the end of that war. Those who supported an income tax thought it would help lower-income individuals by putting a greater tax burden on wealthier people. This…
 
Episode 12: Carriers of Glory | Ephesians 2:19-21We are carriers of glory. Our lives are not common or insignificant because God’s very real presence resides with us! These incredible thoughts are based on the fact that the New Testament calls those of us who are "in Christ," the temple of the Holy Spirit. In today’s episode of This Redeemed Life, …
 
The Fifteenth Amendment to the US Constitution gave African American men, including those who had been former slaves, the right to vote. While the amendment seemed simple, the US Supreme Court has interpreted it in a variety of ways in the past 150 years since it was ratified to the Constitution. This is what you need to know. Podcast Show Notes: h…
 
This week on MOMgienists your MOMgienists are talking with Sarah Watson, LPC about vaginal health and sex communication with your partner. Sarah is a licensed professional counselor, AASECT certified sex therapist, and sexuality educator. Sarah has a private practice located in Michigan, where she works with individuals and couples struggling with …
 
Scams; who falls for them and how to avoid it. Mark Seward of the Financial Conduct Authority, explains why so many people are getting scammed and losing their hard earned pension. Psychologist and broadcaster Dr Linda Papadopoulus also explains how scammers work.Sinead Campbell, Head of Money and Debt at Advice NI, discusses the recent change to s…
 
In this episode we discuss Jacky Wright’s experience as the Chief Digital and Information Officer of Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC), the UK’s tax and customs department. She shares how to build a digital organization at scale and how to create an inclusive culture to deliver the best outcomes. Wright has held leadership roles in both the …
 
What do you do if you can’t find a marriage record, bond, or banns, no matter where you look? Fortunately, there are alternative ways to find a marriage date, or record that a marriage took place. Here are some places to look. Podcast Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/a-closer-look-at-marriage-records-4/ Click Here to listen to the weekly p…
 
Episode 11: Racial Reconciliation is God’s Idea | Ephesians 2:11-18In today’s episode from This Redeemed Life, Marian Jordan Ellis continues a verse-by-verse study of Ephesians. Today Marian dives into the deep theological waters of chapter 2 and explains how racial reconciliation is God’s idea. Since Jesus demolished the dividing wall that once ex…
 
Marriage banns were the way marriages were legalized for centuries in most of the western world. There are records of the Roman Catholic church requiring them as early as eight hundred years ago in England. This is what marriage banns are, why they were used, and what information you might find there. Podcast Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.c…
 
Welfare mitigation, and Carers Covid grants; Dr Ciara Fitzpatrick and Clare Anne Magee of Carers NI, are with Linda to discuss the delays on the extension of the existing welfare mitigation schemes, and much needed carers funding. BBC News NI’s Political Correspondent Jayne McCormack also shares her insight into the delays. Listener Ruth shares her…
 
You know we celebrate our nation’s independence on the 4th of July. But, do you know how this holiday came to be? When was it first celebrated? What is its true meaning? Let me share with you this fascinating story of American history, today on the Ancestral Findings Podcast. Podcast Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/celebrating-national-he…
 
The Fourteenth Amendment is the second of the three so-called Civil War (or Reconstruction) amendments. It is also one of the amendments most frequently cited in US case law. It was adamantly opposed by the Confederate states, but they were required to ratify it in order to regain Congressional representation after the Civil War. Let’s learn about …
 
The Thirteenth Amendment to the US Constitution is the first of three so-called Civil War amendments, added to the Constitution right after the end of the war, to ensure the former slaves maintained their newfound freedom, and were given the same rights as those who had never been slaves. Podcast Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/the-thirte…
 
Marriage records are a basic part of genealogy research and are usually among the first official family records that beginning genealogists find. There can be a variety of information included on marriage records, depending on when and where the record was created. These are some examples of the types of information you may find on these records. P…
 
In this episode, we talk with Maria Hald, who spent 20 years in the Danish public sector, about one of her roles as Deputy Director General in the Ministry of Finance. Hald was responsible for running a shared service center for HR for central government agencies in Denmark. She led transformation of this from a traditional way of operating to a cl…
 
Marriage records are a basic part of genealogy research and are usually among the first official family records that beginning genealogists find. There can be a variety of information included on marriage records, depending on when and where the record was created. These are some examples of the types of information you may find on these records. P…
 
The Twelfth Amendment to the US Constitution gives us the modern way that presidential elections are conducted. The first four US presidential elections were conducted differently, and resulted in some issues between politically opposed Presidents and Vice Presidents. This amendment still governs how US presidential elections are conducted to this …
 
Tim Hagerty is the broadcaster for the El Paso Chihuahuas (Padres Triple-A affiliate). Before El Paso, Tim broadcasted for the Padres' Triple-A club in Tucson, Arizona and Portland, Oregon. His was also previously the voice of the Double-A Mobile BayBears (Padres affiliate) and Rookie-level Idaho Falls Chukars (Royals affiliate). While with the Roy…
 
The Eleventh Amendment is meant to keep citizens and businesses from suing states in federal court if they do not live in the states they are suing. The US Supreme Court has broadened this interpretation a little bit over the two centuries since the amendment was ratified to the Constitution. This is what you need to know about the eleventh amendme…
 
EU Citizen Settlement Status deadline; Barbara Muldoon of the Childrens Law Centre, chats to Will on the significance of this deadline, for every EU citizen living in the UK. This includes any EU citizen living here, in Northern Ireland. Stobart Air collapse; travel expert Simon Calder, reflects on last week's news of the company's collapse, new ro…
 
As a genealogist, one of the things you are no doubt concerned with is getting your young children interested in genealogy. After all, you want your genealogy work to be preserved and to continue long after you. Unless you donate all of your research to an archives or historical society, where it may or may not ever be used, you will need to have a…
 
Welcome to the Ancestral Findings Podcast . . . Here are the four best free genealogy websites you should be using, whether you have access to a membership site or are waiting until you are in a financial position to join one. Podcast Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/what-are-the-four-best-free-genealogy-websites/ Click Here to listen to t…
 
Bonus Episode: Healing the Trauma of Sexual Abuse | Guest Jamie Mershon, LPCStudies show that 1 out 3 women have suffered from sexual abuse. This number is staggering, and many of those women have never experienced the healing power of Jesus Christ. In Season 1 of This Redeemed Life, Marian shared her abuse story and how this trauma greatly impacte…
 
Are you building your genealogy book library for the first time? These are four books that would make a great addition. Podcast Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/4-genealogy-books-must-personal-library/ Click Here to listen to the weekly podcast: https://ancestralfindings.com/podcast Weekly Giveaways: https://ancestralfindings.com/drawing G…
 
Do you have any ancient genealogical documents in your collection? Here’s how to preserve them for future generations. Podcast Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/how-to-preserve-ancient-documents/ Click Here to listen to the weekly podcast: https://ancestralfindings.com/podcast Weekly Giveaways: https://ancestralfindings.com/drawing Genealog…
 
The history of the US passport in the United States is an interesting one and one that may assist with your genealogical research. Here's what you need to know. Podcast Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/history-of-the-us-passport-application/ Click Here to listen to the weekly podcast: https://ancestralfindings.com/podcast Weekly Giveaways:…
 
In this episode we are joined by Luis Felipe Monteiro, the Secretary of Digital Government in Brazil. He oversees digital transformation of the federal government and is dedicated to implementing innovation actions in the public sector focusing on the needs of the citizens. We discuss how to scale digital transformation in a very large country, how…
 
The French were interacting with North American Natives for a century before the English. Here's how they established friendly relations and learned each others' languages… Podcast Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/before-american-colonization-the-french-and-the-fur-trade/ Click Here to listen to the weekly podcast: https://ancestralfinding…
 
Episode 10: Don’t Forget Your Spiritual Birth CertificateChristians talk about knowing our identity in Christ, but what exactly does this mean? Is this merely a Christian cliché or is there something real and powerful in this statement? In episode 10, Marian wraps up Season 1 by looking at the four key components of our identity in Christ and how w…
 
Genealogy is mobile in the 21st century. If you use mobile devices and are a serious genealogist, you need these apps to do your best work wherever you happen to be. Podcast Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/genealogy-apps-to-help-you-with-on-the-road-research/ Click Here to listen to the weekly podcast: https://ancestralfindings.com/podcas…
 
The telephone was invented earlier than most people may realize. By 1900, it was already present in some private households. Podcast Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/modern-communication-a-history-of-the-telephone/ Click Here to listen to the weekly podcast: https://ancestralfindings.com/podcast Weekly Giveaways: https://ancestralfindings.…
 
Irish genealogy research is very popular in the United States because so many of us have Irish ancestry. Here are some fantastic online resources for Irish genealogy to allow you to research your ancestors like a pro without having to actually go to Ireland. Podcast Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/how-to-do-irish-genealogy-research-withou…
 
Episode 09: Special Guest: Dr. Ben YoungIn today’s episode, Marian sits down with Dr. Ben Young and talks about the importance of Ephesians to the Christian walk. Ben was instrumental in leading Marian to Jesus and taught her God’s Word for years at her home church in Houston, Texas. This conversation is a must-listen as it explains some important …
 
Oklahoma was originally set aside as a reservation for Natives. Yet, Americans wanted to settle there. Here’s how Oklahoma went from a reservation to a state. Podcast Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/oklahoma-the-natives-and-us-settlement/ Listen to the weekly podcast: https://genealogyclips.com Weekly Giveaways: https://ancestralfindings.…
 
Are you looking for information on your Alabama ancestors? Here are the best online and offline sources for discovering your Alabama ancestors. Podcast Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/online-and-offline-genealogical-resources-for-alabama/ Listen to the weekly podcast: https://genealogyclips.com Weekly Giveaways: https://ancestralfindings.…
 
In this episode, we speak to Yazmine Laroche, Deputy Minister for Public Service Accessibility in the Government of Canada. We discuss her ambition to make the Canadian public service the most accessible in the world. We explore the steps she’s taking to make it happen, how technology can play a crucial role, effects of the pandemic, and where to g…
 
The presence of African American soldiers in the Confederate army is a little-known fact of the Civil War. Podcast Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/why-did-some-african-americans-fight-for-the-confederacy/ Listen to the weekly podcast: https://genealogyclips.com Weekly Giveaways: https://ancestralfindings.com/drawing Genealogy eBooks: http…
 
Episode 08: You are God’s Mona Lisa | Ephesians 2:8-10The Bible uses a startling word to describe the children of God, it calls us His masterpiece. In this episode of This Redeemed Life, Marian shares about the greatest art heist in the history of the world and what Hitler’s diabolical scheme to steal the world’s masterpieces for himself and what t…
 
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