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Best CHC podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best CHC podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Hi! Welcome to the Lively Living With Lupus podcast. I’m Lydia Romero Johnson, RN & holistic health coach. I teach women with lupus how to regain their energy, thrive without pain, and create the life of their dreams.My intention here is to help you realize that while you have lupus, you also have many tools, strategies, and resources available to live YOUR happiest and healthiest life. I’ve struggled with lupus, and now I thrive. I want to create a ripple effect of women using natural solut ...
 
There's so much misinformation out there regarding what's healthy & what's not, it's no wonder people are so confused & don't know what to eat anymore. I'm here to clear the air, share industry's dirty little secrets & give you lifestyle tips you can incorporate today for optimal health!
 
On the CHC podcast, we talk about interesting news topics, current events, things we find funny, a touch of sports, tell stories, and have on a guest from time to time all while having a beer or two. Not just any beer, we sample a different Michigan Craft Beer each show and give our thoughts. You won't find hard-hitting news, but you will find an enjoyable conversation that makes you feel like you are listening to a couple of friends. Join your hosts John and Jason as you listen to the Corne ...
 
The Cool House Collective (CHC) is a group of DJs and music lovers that look to showcase and promote local electronic talent from Cleveland and surrounding areas. The DJs we host play a wide variety of EDM, offering a unique experience every time. This podcast will showcase the best local and regional talent. Thanks for subscribing!
 
Jessica Drummond, MPT, CCN, CHC, Pelvic Pain Expert, and the Founder and CEO of the Integrative Women's Health Institute, is passionate about caring for and empowering women who struggle with women’s and pelvic health conditions. She is equally passionate about educating and supporting clinicians in confidently and safely using integrative tools to transform women's and pelvic healthcare. Having over a decade of experience as a women’s and pelvic physical therapist plus owning a private wome ...
 
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This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Dr. Anthony Fauci, globally renowned epidemiologist and Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Fauci shares the latest findings on COVID-19, a new Coronavirus strain that has spread to nearly 30 countries and left …
 
Pastor Bobby Chaw teaches us how to pray at a time when things seem hopeless, by drawing from King David's prayer in Psalm 3. David was at his lowest point, running away from his son Absalom who wanted to kill him. Pastor Bobby shows us four things about David here: he was completely honest with God about his sorrows and fears; he turned his focus …
 
This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter welcome Pulitzer Prize winners, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof and journalist and consultant Sheryl WuDunn. The prolific husband-and-wife writing team discuss their latest book about a humanitarian crisis happening right here in America. In “Tightrope: Americans Reaching for Hope”, they…
 
Building upon his first message on following Jesus, Kong Hee teaches that there is a cost to following Christ—it is not an easy thing. As Jesus said in Luke 9:23, we are firstly to deny ourselves, and then to follow Him. Denying oneself is to not give in to unrighteous cravings. Pastor Kong details how to resist and repudiate self-gratification, se…
 
Follow the podcast on Twitter HERE On the 25th of July 2000 at 4:40pm, Air France Flight 4590 sits on the taxiway of Paris Charles De Gaulle Airport in Paris France. The passengers and crew of Flight 4590 are third in line to take off from Runway 26 Right. In front of them are two other intercontinental airliners. Taking off at this moment is a Con…
 
In his first sermon of 2020, Kong Hee sets the direction for the year with a sermon about the central theme of the New Testament: to follow Jesus. God's ultimate desire is that we imitate Jesus, and become like Him in every dimension of our lives. Pastor Kong shows through Scripture how holiness is synonymous with Christlikeness, and that Christlik…
 
This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Dr. Rebecca Cunningham, Director of the University of Michigan Injury Prevention Center. Dr. Cunningham is leading a national team of scientists in ground-breaking collaborative research to examine the myriad causes of the gun violence epidemic in this country, now the leading cause of …
 
This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter welcome Dr. Chad Gehani, President of the American Dental Association which is observing National Children’s Dental Health Month. Tooth decay is the largest unmet health need for children in America, and they discuss the ADA’s Give Kids A Smile program in which thousands of dentists and other dent…
 
This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter welcome Marilyn Serafini, Director of the Health Policy Project at the Bipartisan Policy Center which recently conducted a poll of voters in early polling states in the 2020 Presidential Election. Results show voters are most concerned about the costs of health care, preferring to fix the existing…
 
What did Jesus mean by faith as small as a mustard seed? In this sermon, Pastor Aries Zulkarnain challenges the believer to achieve the bare minimum: to believe and act on his faith. Often we forget that the presence of a storm does not mean the absence of Jesus—we are stumbled by our unbelief. What stands in the way of our ability to believe God? …
 
When the Ark was stolen from the Israelites, it took 20 years before King David sought after it, because he hungered for what was God’s. In this powerful message, Pastor Wu Yuzhuang challenges us to ponder if the ark has been stolen from our lives and if we even notice that it’s gone. Listen and be encouraged to seek God’s manifested presence above…
 
This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter welcome Dr. Nadine Burke Harris to the show. Governor Gavin Newsome chose Dr. Burke Harris to be California’s first official Surgeon General for her expertise on the impact of Adverse Childhood Events (ACEs) and their role in future health problems. They discuss how ACEs affect brain development a…
 
The start of 2020 is a time set your vision and goals toward a more Christlike character. In this Sermon, Pastor Bobby Chaw that when we abide in Christ, we will display His character, which is marked by the fruit of the Holy Spirit. Learn how to experience John 15:4-5: abide in His word, and let God prune the distractions of life so that you can b…
 
In this final sermon of the year, Pastor Wu YuZhuang delivers a beautiful message that God's love for us is not based on our fruitfulness or productiveness. Preaching out of the story of Hannah in 1 Samuel 1, Pastor Zhuang shows that unlike Sarah, Rebecca and Rachel who were also barren, Hannah did not take matters into her own hands. Discover how …
 
This Christmas, let us be reminded that Jesus Christ is the light of the world. 2,000 years ago, God sent His Son to the world to dispel the darkness and light up our lives. Today, are you struggling with sickness beyond hope? Jesus has come to dispel the darkness of sickness because in Him, there is hope for the future. Are you battling depression…
 
This week, Mark and Margaret take a look at some of the highlights from the shows of 2019, the year we celebrated ten years on the air. They revisit their conversations with Flint Michigan pediatrician Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha on the water crisis, Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids CEO Matthew Myers on the vaping crisis, and health care innovators like D…
 
Christmas marks the birth of Jesus, who came from eternity into time because of God's great love for man. In this Yuletide message, Pastor Aries Zulkarnain presents two reasons why Jesus came: one, He came so that every bad beginning can be turned into a beautiful ending. Two, He came to bring us out of darkness into His marvelous light. Be encoura…
 
It’s Christmas time and the best way to celebrate Christmas is to go back to the birth of Jesus Christ, the Savior of the world. When the angel announced God’s plan of salvation to Mary, she was just a young girl, but one who wanted to serve God and play a part in His plan. At some point in our lives, we have all asked the following questions: “Who…
 
This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Harvard Medical School’s Dr. Nancy Oriol, founder of the Family Van, a mobile health clinic on wheels that brings prevention and primary care interventions right into the neighborhoods who need it most. She talks about building a health care network based on trust, saving costs and impr…
 
Advent, which means "coming" in Latin, is the period leading up to Christmas. It heralds "Jesus is coming!" In his sermon, Pastor Bobby Chaw explains that Advent is a time of hope and expectation: it began in darkness but ended in light. As John 1:5 says, "The light shines in the darkness and the darkness has not overcome it." Listen to this sermon…
 
This week on Conversations on Health Care hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Dr. Steven Woolf, Distinguished Chair in Population Health at Virginia Commonwealth University – and Health Equity Director Emeritus and Senior Advisor at the V-C-U Center on Society and Health. He talks about their just-released report – showing a decline…
 
In Genesis 14, Abraham met with Melchizedek, the king of Salem and the priest of God Most High. Melchizedek had communion with Abraham and made a covenant with him. This covenant is known as the blessings of Abraham and we, as believers, can partake in these same blessings. We too, can have the blessings of Elevation, the blessings of Possession, a…
 
As we draw near to Christmas and prepare to invite our friends to church, Pastor Aries Zulkarnain highlights Jesus' strategy to win the lost: through building personal relationships. Drawing examples from the Bible, such as Jesus dining at Zaccheus' house and eating with prostitutes and tax collectors, Pastor Aries encourages us to "turn our dining…
 
The Bible talks about a time when Abraham met with Melchizedek, King of Salem and high priest of God. Melchizedek was a type and a foreshadow of Christ. After they partook of communion, Melchizedek blessed Abraham. Galatians 3:29 says that we are Christ’s, and Abraham’s seed—heirs according to the promise. We share in the blessings of Abraham. Ther…
 
In this heart-warming Thanksgiving message, Choong Tsih Ming takes us through the reasons to give thanks to God for City Harvest Church. Unpacking Acts 2:42-47, he reveals seven things CHC has done in the last 30 years that have brought it where it is today: home cell groups, the authority of God's word, relationships, vibrant praise and worship, e…
 
This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with US Senator Bill Cassidy (R) LA, on the bipartisan bill he co-sponsored aimed at protecting personal health information from industry profiteering. He discusses the “Smartwatch Data Act” which seeks to protect data generated on smart watches, personal electronic devices and genomics test…
 
Forgiveness is a mark of the Christian life. It is not always easy, but it is something that all believers must learn to embrace. Why? Because God is forgiveness and it is His nature. Many people are locked in an emotional prison simply because they are unable to let go of a wrong or an offence that was done towards them. Do you have a bitter memor…
 
This week, on the eve of World Aids Day, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter revisit their conversation with Dr. Robert Redfield, Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, on the quest to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic in ten years. They discuss the CDC’s efforts to advance infection prevention in high risk groups through the use …
 
The children of Israel complained twice to Moses when there was no water on their journey to the Promised Land. The first time was the original generation that Moses had led out of Egypt; the second time, the complainants were the next generation. This generation demanded to understand why they were doing what they were doing: travelling through th…
 
As believers, if we don’t have a revelation of the extent to which Jesus has gone to save us, we will be bombarded by condemnation again and again. Satan wants us to live in constant guilt and unworthiness in God’s presence; because He knows that if we have no confidence, we will have no faith. But thank God for Christ’s redemptive work on the cros…
 
This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Dr. Louis Philipson, President of Medicine and Science at the American Diabetes Association and Director of the Kovler Diabetes Center at the University of Chicago who addresses the enormous public health threat of 30 million Americans diagnosed with diabetes as well as 70 million more …
 
In this continuation of his message on Christian maturity, Pastor Aries Zulkarnain addresses what it means to be fully developed as adults in the faith, within and without (Eph 4:10-13). Drawing from the example of the prophet Ahitophel, Pastor Aries teaches about the perils of not guarding one’s heart - if one fails to deal with the issues of the …
 
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