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Gospelbound

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The Gospel Coalition, Collin Hansen

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Gospelbound, hosted by Collin Hansen for The Gospel Coalition, is a podcast for those searching for firm faith in an anxious age. Each week, Collin talks with insightful guests about books, ideas, and how to navigate life by the gospel of Jesus Christ in a post-Christian culture.
 
The Intergalactic Peace Coalition Podcast is a weekly podcast like no other, discussing sci-fi, fantasy and much more from the past, present and future! Hosted by Zac Arnold and Ben Hart, IPC seeks to be a peaceful nexus for all fandoms. Each episode is recorded LIVE on Fridays at 10:00pm ET / 7:00pm PT On Channel 1138!
 
Is your mindset working for you or against you? Our podcast will show you how to build a mindset that will propel you and create opportunities to find joy in every aspect of your life. Doesn’t that sound great? A more positive mindset AND more joy? It’s all based in the science of positive psychology, which is the study of human thriving. Come and thrive right along with us!
 
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Let's Talk

Jackie Hill Perry, Melissa Kruger, Jasmine Holmes

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Let’s Talk is a podcast for women from The Gospel Coalition Podcast Network. On each episode, Jackie Hill Perry, Melissa Kruger, and Jasmine Holmes talk about a different topic and how to apply biblical wisdom to everyday life.
 
Read the Bible features devotional commentaries from D.A. Carson’s book For the Love of God (vol. 1) that follow the M’Cheyne Bible reading plan. This podcast is designed to be used alongside TGC's Read The Bible initiative (TGC.org/readthebible).
 
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The Gospel Coalition

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Psalm 102 reminds us to record what God has done so that future generations will praise him. The Gospel Coalition's story-telling podcast, Recorded, chronicles a variety of stories of God’s redemptive and transformative work. These narratives testify to the beauty of the gospel on display in this generation—in many places and in surprising ways. Whether your faith is strong or struggling, tune in to Recorded for encouraging snapshots of God’s faithfulness, nearness, and love.
 
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Wild Steelhead Coalition

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Welcome to the Adipose, the voice of the Wild Steelhead Coalition. In the 21st Century, a steelheader must be an angler, conservationist, and advocate. The Adipose is a place for the important, authentic conversations that educate and inspire anglers, members of the public, and the fishing industry to take action on behalf of wild steelhead and their home waters. Join us as we share the stories of the passionate community of steelheaders fighting to help ensure these incredible fish thrive l ...
 
XtianNinja's "Of Interest" podcast is full of personal reflections, interesting articles, helpful resources, and a leisurely study of John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress. Updates weekly. Al Descheneau (XtianNinja) has Masters of Divinity and 20 years of experience as a teacher, pastor, writer, counsellor, blogger, podcaster, and digital media nerd. Check out his livestreams at www.Twitch.tv/XtianNinja For more content visit: www.ArtoftheChristianNinja.com
 
Each week The Intercept’s Washington, D.C. bureau brings you one important or overlooked story from the political world. Bureau Chief Ryan Grim and a rotating cast of journalists, politicians, academics and historians tell you what the rest of the media are missing. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Down to Earth is a podcast about regenerative agriculture, and it’s for everyone who eats. We invite you to meet the people shaping a healthier food system—farmers, ranchers, scientists, land managers, writers, and many others. Designing a future that draws on both tradition and innovation, they’re on a mission to change the paradigm so that the food we eat is healthy and long-term sustainable—for families and growers, for wildlife and water, for climate and planet. downtoearthradio.com
 
Hollywood at Home With the Creative Coalition brings you intimate portraits, key moments of discovery, and “art and soul” with exciting and thought-provoking interviews with iconic personalities from the entertainment industry, from the boardroom to the big screen, from LA to DC. Hosted by Robin Bronk, CEO of The Creative Coalition -- the leading, national, nonprofit, nonpartisan social welfare organization of the arts and entertainment industry. With an impressive list of accomplishments to ...
 
Sebastian Payne takes you into the corridors of power to unwrap, analyse and debate British politics with a regular lineup of expert Financial Times correspondents and informed commentators. New episodes available every Saturday morning. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
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You're Not Crazy

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You're Not Crazy

Sam Allberry, Ray Ortlund, The Gospel Coalition

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Are you a young pastor who might be tempted to give up, to even hate the ministry, wondering what on earth you signed up for? In this new podcast, pastors Ray Ortlund and Sam Allberry set out to encourage and remind you that you're not crazy.
 
Welcome to Voices of the Community, we strive to amplify solutions facing where we live through featuring residents like you, along with change makers, and thought leaders to support our fellow residents and people visiting or working in our area. “Our goal is to feature the unheard comments and stories from communities across our region in hopes to create dialogues to address our common problems and support the change of the status quo.” - George Koster, Creator/Host
 
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Following the ousting of Joburg Mayor, Dr Mpho Phalatse. We now speak to ActionSA’s national chairperson, Michael Beaumont. Earlier today, ActionSA announced that they will approach coalition partners to seek their support for the party's candidate for the position of Johannesburg mayor if Mpho Phalatse is ousted. Now that Phalatse has been ousted …
 
What are you repeating to yourself over and over again that’s explosive and untrue? Many of us get stuck in the trap of “stinking thinking” when we slam into life’s challenges, when we make a mistake, or when we feel vulnerable. In this podcast, the ladies of The Wisdom Coalition https://www.thewisdomcoalition.com/ dig into why we do this, and most…
 
On this very special New Year's Eve special, Zach and Mondo ring in 2023 by discussing some of their favorite movies from the previous year, such as 'Violent Night' and 'Avatar: The Way Of Water', as well as the movies their most looking forward to in the new year! Find All Our Links Here: https://linktr.ee/IPCPodcast…
 
Director Jason Woliner (Paul T. Goldman, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, The Last Man on Earth) sat down with Creative Coalition CEO Robin Bronk. In this episode, Woliner talks about the crazy true story behind his new Peacock docuseries, “Paul T. Goldman,” shooting a scene with Rudy Giuliani for "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm", his career origins on “Hum…
 
Roland Warren, author and CEO of Care Net, the nation's largest Evangelical network of affiliated pregnancy centers joins Andrew Wommack and Richard Harris to discuss #servantleadership #singleparenting #raisingboys #crisispregnancy the #pro-lifemovement and more! Learn more about Roland Warren at https://www.care-net.org/ Learn more about Care Net…
 
On this week's episode of OPEN MIKE, Mike is joined by law professor at Queen's University, Bruce Pardy, to talk about the political revolution that has taken place in the Ontario Law Society. Episode Resources: https://law.queensu.ca/directory/bruce-pardy; https://www.rightsprobe.org/; HELP US DEFEND JOSH ALEXANDER'S RELIGIOUS RIGHT & FREEDOM OF S…
 
Three observations that spring from Esther 5: First, the pace of the story prompts a cultural observation. There is much in our culture that demands instantaneous decision. That is as true in the ecclesiastical arena as in the political. We observe what we judge to be an injustice and immediately we get on the phone, fire off E-mails, or huddle in …
 
Labour’s Sir Keir Starmer attacked Rishi Sunak as ‘weak’ as calls escalated for the Tory party chair Nadhim Zahawi to be sacked over his £5mn settlement with Inland Revenue. How much is the row damaging the PM’s credibility and his vows to clean up parliamentary standards? Plus, as Sunak and his cabinet met for an awayday at Chequers to map out str…
 
Another storm is on the way for tomorrow, but it’s not wintry instead, it is wet. But. will there be flooding? Hosts Dan Skeldon and Palma Shiles talk about a wet and windy Wednesday…and look back on the seventh anniversary of Jonas.Tidal Flooding Talk is recorded live via Facebook every Tuesday and presented by the New Jersey Coastal Coalition - a…
 
Alleged parliament arsonist, Zandile Mafe snubbed the court yet again today. Pretrial proceedings have been postponed because he refused to leave his prison cell. Mafe was arrested just over a year ago following a fire that burnt down parts of parliament. It is not the first time he is refusing to appear in court. Guest: SABC News Reporter, Atule J…
 
Many of our listeners have been communicating frustration with coalition governance as we reported issues in different municipalities this week. Some even go as far as saying this is just a glimpse of the kind of instability we are likely to go through should South Africa go into coalition governance after the 2024 elections. The City of Johannesbu…
 
Farms in North West and the Free State have been placed under quarantine following an outbreak of African Swine Fever on a farm in Gauteng. As a result of this, the department of agriculture, land reform and rural development has reiterated its call to all pig farmers and pig keepers to only buy pigs directly from known healthy herds, and to preven…
 
Free State police have confirmed that a case of two counts of attempted murder are being investigated after the incident that occurred in November last year at a half build house in River Street, Bothaville – where two homeless men were attacked. Allegedly, a 32-year-old homeless man was burnt with inflammable liquid substance, while the second vic…
 
Political editor Katharine Murphy speaks to the treasurer, Jim Chalmers, about the objectives of a ‘values-based capitalism’ that strengthens democracy, ahead of his upcoming essay for The Monthly. He also responds to this week’s inflation figures and reveals an intention to address entrenched disadvantage in the May budget…
 
Yesterday, Israeli military raided the West Bank city of Jenin and killed at least nine Palestinians. The United Nations has condemned the raid, while the United Arab Emirates, France and China are calling for an urgent UN Security Council meeting to deal with the current situation. However, Israel says it conducted yesterday’s counterterrorism ope…
 
For narrative simplicity and power, the book of Esther readily captures the imagination. Though by now we are three chapters into it, we can pick up something of both its flavor and its message by reflecting on selected elements of Esther 4. (1) The book makes its profound theological points by the shape of its restrained narrative. Commentators ne…
 
Liberty Dispatch ~ January 26, 2023 In this episode, Matty and Andrew expose the NHL's woke agenda and their attempted woke-washing of hockey culture through the implementation of the neo-Marxist DEI programme. [Segment 1] - NHL's Woke Agenda: Provorov's Comments: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=np-WIwrUrk8; Provorov Sits Out 'Pride Night' Celebrat…
 
My guest today is Andrew Gold. Andrew Gold is an ex-BBC journalist and documentary filmmaker, who now has an excellent podcast called "On The Edge". Andrew focuses on weird and controversial people, for instance, psychopaths, former cult members, exorcists, and so forth. In this episode, we discuss Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's decision to leave…
 
THE INNERVIEW: Last Week Tuesday we spoke to leader of newly formed United Africans Transformation, Abel Tau about the formation of the party. We then touched on the sexual assault case he is facing that got him expelled from Action SA. He denied sexually assaulting the woman and insisted nothing happened. The family of the woman he assaulted reach…
 
Following a short-lived break, Metro FM Music Awards are back and are scheduled to take place in April this year. The event will be hosted by the City of Mbombela and will be broadcast live on SABC1 and supported by various SABC radio stations. Joining us to furnish us with more details about this year’s ceremony is…. GUEST: Kina Nhlengethwa, Metro…
 
Power cuts are wreaking havoc in the chicken production industry. One of South Africa’s biggest chicken producers, Astral Foods Limited is warning its profits may plunge by 90% as production costs continue to rise due to load-shedding. The JSE listed poultry group says the cost of producing chicken exceeds the selling price by R2 per kilogram as it…
 
A police woman from Limpopo has been arrested and charged for sexually grooming and raping a young boy. The woman filmed herself in the video that has gone viral on social media. In the video, she is instructing the boy to perform sexual acts on her. The boy has been sent to a place of safety and her identity has not been revealed to protect the bo…
 
Johannesburg City Mayor Dr Mpho Phalatse is facing yet another motion of no confidence today. You may recall that last year, Phalatse was removed from office through a motion of no confidence, but was later reinstated by the South Gauteng High Court after she challenged her removal. Another interesting development in relation to today’s proceedings…
 
eThekwini mayor Mxolisi Kaunda is facing a motion of no confidence, tabled by the Active Citizens Coalition. The Abantu Batho Congress supports the notice of the motion to remove mayor Kaunda as a member of the Executive Committee of the EThekwini Municipality. GUEST: Imtiaz Syed, President of the Active Citizens Coalition…
 
Earlier on today, thousands of Australians marched in each capital city across the country to fight for indigenous rights and for the date of Australia Day celebrations to be changed. Today’s protest was particularly important because of an upcoming referendum on whether to enshrine in the Australian constitution an indigenous voice to parliament. …
 
In Acts 26, Luke provides the third account in this book of Paul’s conversion (compare Acts 9 and Acts 22). Each has a different aim, of course. Here Paul is defending himself before the Roman Governor Porcius Festus and Herod Agrippa II of Galilee. Important highlights include the following: (1) As in earlier defenses, Paul stresses his continuity…
 
Liberty Dispatch [INTERVIEWS] ~ January 25, 2023 On this episode of Liberty Dispatch, Matty and Andrew discuss the foundational change in Canada's legal system with the Director of Law and Public Policy for ARPA Canada, André Schutten. Episode Resources: https://arpacanada.ca/; Christian Citizenship Guide (2nd Edition) by André Schutten and Michael…
 
This week on Facing the Future, we get the long term perspective on the federal budget and our national debt from Kent Smetters, faculty director of the well-respected Penn Wharton Budget Model. The Budget Model looks at long term trends impacting the federal budget such as projected revenues and expenditures, plus demographics that are already sta…
 
"There's still a lot of public resistance to the idea of giving people in homelessness cash, because, the public doesn't trust people in poverty or people in homelessness, I think that has to be corrected and addressed" - Dr. Jiaying Zhao One of the topics we have focused on through our special Covid-19 series is our unhoused neighbors' lives by or…
 
Three suspects were hospitalised following a shooting spree that left 6 people injured and one dead in Gqeberha last night. Police were first attended a shooting complaint where two women ages 38 and 53 sustained gunshot wounds and later a 30 year old man was found dead with multiple gunshot wounds not far from the first crime scene. Two other men …
 
Some great news for Marvel fans and black women in the film industry. Black Panther Star, Angela Basset has been nominated for best supporting actress at the 2023 Oscars. This is for her performance in "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,". This makes history as it marks Marvel’s first acting nomination at the Academy Awards. The nomination has made he…
 
In conversation with Masanda Peter who recently launched a mining magazine. The magazine will focus on mineworker news and life events and feature safety, technology, finance, health, ex-mineworker engagements and mining industry news across South Africa. GUEST: Mandisa Peter, Director of Dadero Communications and Concepts…
 
Now that the matric results excitement is over, a new problem begins, placement in higher education institutions. Universities in the Eastern Cape have turned away 90% of applicants because they only have space for less than 10% of the people who have applied. The University of Fort Hare received 219,000 student applications, but it only has space …
 
Microsoft says it has reversed a network change that may have been the cause of an outage on its platforms across the world, including Outlook, Teams, Xbox Live and Azure. Users reported the Microsoft platforms were not connecting and sometimes failing to refresh. Many of them taking to social media platforms to double check with other users. Micro…
 
Meanwhile, the ANC Youth League has been clear about its stance on the DA's march to Luthuli House and they came out in numbers to defend the party’s headquarters. Nonceba Mhlauli is the convener of the ANC Youth League and she joins us now to react to the DA’s march. GUEST: Nonceba Mhlauli, ANC Youth League Convener…
 
The U.S Secretary for Treasury Janet Yellen is on a three-day official visit to South Africa as part of the Biden administration's strategy to engage more with Africa. On the other hand, the US Embassy has registered its dissatisfaction about the recent visit of Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, saying that the remarks that he made while vis…
 
The change in governor from Felix to Porcius Festus (Acts 24:27) brings no immediate improvement in Paul’s condition. Yet God remains in control, and in this chapter, Acts 25, under God’s providence Paul takes a decisive step. How was this brought about? (1) New to the area and still relatively ignorant of its political and religious dynamics, Fest…
 
Liberty Dispatch ~ January 24, 2023 In this episode, Matty and Andrew talk about new laws coming down the pike in Canada during 2023 and the shocking scene of a sickly woman who was killed by hospital security guards for not wearing her mask over her face. Check out our last episode on the WEF's "The Great Reset: https://rumble.com/v1ia72h-canada-t…
 
President Joe Biden is naming Jeff Zients to be his next chief of staff. Zients, a corporate Democrat, was previously in the White House helping steer its pandemic response and leading vaccination efforts. Previously, Zients helped oversee two health care companies embroiled in Medicare and Medicaid fraud allegations, which they paid tens of millio…
 
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees has raised concern over the escalating violence in Eastern DRC that has left hundreds of civilians dead. The latest attack happened last week at a site for internally displaced persons and their shelters were looted and burned down. One region has lost more than 200 civilians in the past six weeks i…
 
How important are joint military drills with other countries and what do they symbolise in international relations? South Africa continues to defend its planned military drills with Russia and China in February as it maintains its neutral stance on the Russia-Ukraine conflict. The joint exercise is planned for the 24th of February in the East Coast…
 
So, what process can mineworkers who contracted TB and Silicosis between 1965 and 2019 follow in order to get compensated? Yesterday we spoke to the National Union of Mineworkers about the announcement by the Department of Health that it would commence a process of compensating the workers. Tshiamiso Trust will be administering those funds and they…
 
Frontier Hospital in Komani in the Eastern Cape has had long power cuts since Friday, disrupting services to patients. The hospital not only helps people from the area, it also handles referrals from smaller hospitals and clinics in the region. Residents in the area have been putting pressure on the Enoch Mgijima municipality due to power cuts in t…
 
The City of Tshwane is urging its residents to use water sparingly so that the impact of the current water challenges can be minimised. Last week, Rand Water notified the City about its intention to control the flow of water to Tshwane in order to reduce water consumption. For more on this, we are joined by ….. GUEST: Daryl Johnston, Tshwane MMC fo…
 
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