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Best Brentwood podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Brentwood podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Built on a strong foundation of personal relationships with one another and with Christ, the Brentwood Academy mission flourishes each day as faculty and students pursue excellence in academics, athletics, the arts, and their faith. Through this podcast it’s our goal to provide a place to hear about unique programs, chapel talks, interesting stories and profiles on members of the BA community. To learn more about BA visit us online at brentwoodacademy.com.
 
Ask Katie! Katie is a professor for the University of Florida and the web content manager at Brentwood Baptist in Nashville, TN. She specializes in web design, social media, and online communication. But also she has good stories and just loves giving advice. Ask away!
 
Waymaker is a church of people going to new and deeper levels with Jesus Christ. These teachings from Lead Pastor Jon Dupin and others help shed light on the real and relevant subjects in our culture today. Visit Waymaker.Church online at waymaker.church to find more content like this.
 
Curtains are extensively used for the purpose of creating room separation, particularly in hospitals. They are also utilized by institutions and corporate offices for special occasions or for certain specific purposes. Curtains is a generic name, with the varieties of blackout curtains, disposable curtains, bio-active curtains, shower curtains, eco-friendly Curtains Brentwood, and curtain track systems. Normally, a curtain could be defined as a cloth dividing the room into separate enclosure ...
 
The morning of August 5, 1962, the world awoke to the shocking news: Marilyn Monroe found dead. The circumstances surrounding her death has become one of the most debated conspiracy theories in history. Was it an accident, or something more? Whom did she call? What really happened that fateful night in her Brentwood home?brbr Now, for the first time in radio history, host Nina Boski will start to examine the life and death of Marilyn Monroe and give you a firsthand look into the feature film ...
 
Managing a small team or business comes with a unique set of challenges. With limited resources and man power - it's easy for things to often times feel chaotic and out of your control. How can you as a leader accomplish your goals while keeping your team engaged, effective, and accountable? This podcast will give you practical strategies that you can implement now to lead your team or business to reach it's fullest potential.
 
The New Song network is an international family of churches that share a passion for reaching neighbors, nations, and generations with the good news of Jesus Christ's love and power. We are dedicated to helping men, women, and children sink deep roots in the things of God, find hope and healing as they grow in a love relationship with the Savior, and mature into joyful, biblically sound disciples who live fruitful lives of ministry that honor God and draw others to Him.
 
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In this episode of the Brentwood Academy podcast, we talk with BA graduate DeeAnn Hodge ’85. DeeAnn has a heart for others that is truly inspiring - particularly her passion to pour into the lives of young girls. Hear how a simple idea of a back-yard camp turned into a ministry that has now served thousands of young girls in our community. DeeAnn w…
 
[PART 1 OF 3] SAINT JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK In the summer of 2011, the residents of Saint John would be alerted to a crime and ensuing scandal that would thrust their normally quiet city—and one of its most prominent and powerful families—into the spotlight in a way that no one could have anticipated. I appreciate the support of my sponsors! You can fi…
 
Fasting and feasting are ancient, sometimes confusing spiritual practices many of us have experienced at one point or another. This week, we ask: How can fasting and feasting inform our practice as Progressive Christians? Note: This recording began slightly later in the message due to a technical error. Our apologies for the inconvenience!If you're…
 
The LaGrange Inn was a storied stopping point along Montauk Highway from the 1700s when it opened for business with a Higbie at the helm. It remained a local landmark, operating under many different proprietors, into the 21st century. Now, thanks to many dedicated people in the community (and to CVS), a part of the LaGrange survives as the West Isl…
 
Hospitality is transformative because it connects us to one another. Let's cultivate a personal and corporate practice of welcome, invitation, and openness. It has the power to transform not just our individual selves, but the world.If you're interested in joining in person, we gather every Sunday at 9:00AM and 10:45AM at 4710 Charlotte Avenue, Nas…
 
In this 3rd and final installment of episode 71, Chris sat down with “Awesome Sally” Sally Stieglitz and Tim Spindler from the Long Island Library Resources Council and Jill Hurst Wahl of Syracuse University and the podcast T is for Training. We talk about NYLA, the conference, what LILRC does and all kinds of issues facing Libraryland. Jill also b…
 
In Part 2 of this episode, an old friend of Chris’, Dr. David Jank, Dean of the Palmer School of Library and Information Science chat about a number of things, including the state of library science brick and mortar schools vs online learning, the profession and our journey in Libraryland.By Chris DeCristofaro
 
Welcome to our New York Library Association Conference Episode. This is our second year podcasting from the conference and because we had so many great guests, we are posting 3 parts to this episode. In episode 1, our old friends Barron Angell from the Florida Public Library, Melissa Tidd, now academic librarian at the SUNY Orange Campus and Goshen…
 
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