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Kyle Willis and Dace Clifton host the The Thriving in Ministry podcast to encourage pastors in their church ministry. We address how church leaders can thrive in their calling by creating margin, staying healthy, and leading effectively in their church and family. We believe you don't have to do ministry alone. It is why we will have authentic conversations with other pastors and church leaders on the Thriving in Ministry podcast. Brought to you by DailyPastor.com and Talanton Church Services.
 
Welcome to the Fat Fueled Family podcast, where every week we talk about things like Nutrition, training, how to live a healthy & active lifestyle with your little ones, peaceful parenting, education, and of course, mindset. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Instagram @ketocounterculture @fatfueledmom and @fatfueledkids, and on YouTube @fatfueledfamily To stay up to date with everything we’re doing, please sign up with your email at www.fatfueled.family, and check out our blog for wo ...
 
Motor Sport Magazine's podcasts, featuring the editorial team and guests. Listen to what the doyen of Formula 1 has to say about what's going on in the paddock as well as in-depth interviews with the sport's leading figures including Christian Horner, Derek Bell, Mario Andretti, Damon Hill, Patrick Head, Stirling Moss, Tom Kristensen, Martin Brundle, Martin Whitmarsh and Dario Franchitti. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
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Read the transcript of this podcast: https://therealnews.com/canadas-freedom-convoy-has-taken-a-christian-nationalist-turn Earlier this year, Canada's 'Freedom Convoy' movement stormed the nation's capital at Ottawa and occupied the grounds of the Parliamentary building for weeks to demand an end to vaccine mandates and other protective measures ag…
 
On today’s episode of the Thriving in Ministry podcast, we interview Pastor Jeremy Freeman, and his son Caleb, on finding hope during catastrophe. Jeremy Freeman is the Pastor of First Baptist Church Newcastle. Jeremy and his wife Emily have 7 children, including Trey who went home to be with the Lord as a 7 year old in September 2013. Jeremy compl…
 
In 1973 the organization 9 to 5 was founded as a national association of women office workers advocating for their rights. Organizing women against workplace discrimination and harassment, 9 to 5 brought a new generation of white-collar women workers into the labor movement, and remains one of the largest organizations of women workers in the Unite…
 
This week, Danièle revisits her TEDx talk, History in Three Dimensions, five years later to reflect on what's changed in the field, to give you some of the footnotes, and to explore what couldn't be squeezed into eighteen nerve-wracking minutes. You can find out about Medievalists.net at https://linktr.ee/medievalists.net…
 
In August 2022, the Israeli Defense Forces conducted dawn raids on the offices of seven Palestinian human rights NGOs. The targeted organizations included groups working to support Palestinian women and children, as well as political prisoners. The Israeli government justified shutting down the organizations under the pretext that they were fronts …
 
In this episode Martin talks with a very special guest: Eberhad Wolff is well-known at least in the German software architecture community. Eberhard and Martin talk about different architectural patterns, but not from a SAP perspective. They try to bridge the gap between custom development and standard software. Here some links:SoftwareArchitekTOUR…
 
The water crisis in Jackson, Mississippi, is the latest in an arc of environmental catastrophes affecting predominantly Black communities from Flint, Michigan, to New Orleans. Often, these disasters are preceded by decades if not centuries of segregation and government neglect. Once a water crisis begins, it rapidly spirals into a comprehensive dis…
 
On today’s episode of the Thriving in Ministry podcast, we interview Matt and Allison Willis on Making Disciples, using the new MasterLife Together material. Matt Willis | Allison Willis Bio Matt and Allison Willis are the authors of the new book MasterLife Together, which releases October 3rd through Lifeway. MasterLife Together is an updated edit…
 
Jackson, Mississippi, remains gripped in an ongoing water crisis. The task of distributing water to local residents has been largely taken up by community organizations like Cooperation Jackson and Operation Good. Organizer, writer, and educator Kali Akuno joins The Marc Steiner Show to explain how the current crisis is a reflection of capitalism's…
 
It's September: a time for fresh starts, as well as a time when every career and educational decision may seem large and looming. This week, Danièle shares the story of how her many false starts, successes, and failures led to her career as an indie medievalist. If you enjoy this podcast, please consider supporting it on Patreon at https://www.patr…
 
Is the Church today a phenomenal place to work? How does working for your church compare to elite companies? How should a pastor encourage and lead church staff to fulfill your mission? On today’s episode of the Thriving in Ministry podcast, we interview Dr. Michael Steiner on how you can improve your church’s work week culture. Dr. Michael Steiner…
 
Read the transcript of this podcast: https://therealnews.com/the-federal-reserve-is-wrong-corporations-should-pay-to-stop-inflation-not-workers The Federal Reserve says wages should go down to get inflation under control. Meanwhile, corporations are treated to lax regulations and hefty subsidies. What if we just stopped corporate profiteering and t…
 
As a teenage king, a crusader, and a bigamist, Philip Augustus' life story is filled with enough saintliness and scandal to satisfy the appetites of any medieval chronicler. This week, Danièle speaks with Cecilia Gaposchkin and Sean Field about the life of Philip II Augustus, as recorded by a contemporary monk. Check out the online course The Vikin…
 
This week’s guest is someone who we originally followed on YouTube & over the past 7-8 months has become a great friend. Jon Pounders is the owner & founder of one of our favorite channels Now You See TV. He has dedicated the last 15 years of his life to educating himself and others in Biblical, historical, and survival research and training. He's …
 
While the Democratic leadership expends its energy squashing progressive agendas and candidates, a revitalized GOP is preparing to sweep back into full power. This time, the consequences of Republican rule could be far more devastating than anything previously seen. Political blogger and author John Nichols joins The Marc Steiner Show to discuss th…
 
Manuscript fragments, the lone survivors of medieval books which have been dismembered or destroyed, can be found in collections all over the world, and it takes some serious detective work to bring them back together. This week, Danièle speaks with Dr. Lisa Fagin Davis about how fragments are tracked down and reassembled, and what we can learn fro…
 
As a country founded on the violence of racial slavery and genocide, the United States has yet to overcome its historical dependence on the ideology of white supremacy. In his new memoir, Inheritance: An Autobiography of Whiteness, author Baynard Woods reflects on the influence of racism and the meaning of 'whiteness' through the lens of his own li…
 
Autumn Smith suffered from debilitating digestive issues and crippling anxiety for most of her life. Specialist after specialist told her nothing could be done, and she was ready to give up. But as one final attempt at a life free of health issues, Autumn decided to harness the power of whole foods. She cleaned up her diet and in just 30 days, her …
 
The Weather Underground spent nearly a decade combating the US government. From prison breaks to bombings of the Pentagon and the US Capitol, the 'Weathermen' used any means necessary to fight capitalism, end the Vietnam War, and struggle in solidarity with the Black Panthers and other organizations. A new podcast series created by Zayd Ayers-Dohrn…
 
During the Middle Ages, the church was at the very heart of European society, but how did ordinary people interact with it in their daily lives? This week, Danièle speaks with Nicholas Orme about the churchgoing experience of everyday medieval people, how it changed over time, and what it was like to attend a medieval mass. To get your copy of Dani…
 
"Most Americans were shocked by the violence they witnessed at the nation's Capital on January 6th, 2021," as the description of Philip S. Gorski and Samuel L. Perry's new book, The Flag and the Cross, notes. "And many were bewildered by the images displayed by the insurrectionists: a wooden cross and wooden gallows; "Jesus saves" and "Don't Tread …
 
Medieval antisemitism flared up most famously and tragically during the Black Death when Jews were accused of deliberately poisoning wells, and thousands were executed for this wholly imagined crime. This week, Danièle speaks with Tzafrir Barzliay about what made well poisoning conspiracy theories so powerful, and how they started.…
 
On this episode of the Thriving In Ministry podcast, we interview Craig T. Owens about the urgency of Sabbath and how it should be a verb in every pastor and church leader's life. Craig T. Owens Bio Craig T. Owens is the Pastor of Calvary Assemblies of God Church in Cedar Springs, Michigan. Craig graduated from Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Okl…
 
This week, we are sharing Danny’s talk from KetoCon 2022 titled ‘The Role of Community & Accountability’. Danny shared his experience dealing with depression since 2020, how he was able to beat it, and what he learned from the experience. Right now, we are under attack. First, we’ve become more socially isolated than ever before. We were locked dow…
 
Ever since the medieval period ended, people have been looking to the Middle Ages to find inspiration and a sense of cultural roots. This week, Danièle speaks with Matthew Vernon about the commonalities and kinship felt by African-American writers as they look back to the medieval past. You can support this podcast on Patreon - go to https://www.pa…
 
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