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Do you like bikes? Do you like listening to other people talk about bikes? Well this might just be a podcast for you. From the trio of minds that brought you The Wheel House bike shop, DCMTB is the leftover thoughts of 3 mountain bikers from New Hampshire. Catch a new episode every other week. Tune in, tip one back, and enjoy the ride. *DCMTB is the home of your Eastern States Cup recap show. Tune in every Monday after the race for a full recap. @dirtchurchmtb
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Journeying on this dirt path called life will leave you beaten, bruised, and defeated. Our hearts crave a reason to keep going, and our minds seek something to make sense of it all. Listen in as Pastor Jason explores the depths of the Bible to reveal Jesus as that hope and the One who holds our answers. This is the sermon podcast for Pastor Jason Barnett, the pastor at Ravenna Church of the Nazarene in Ravenna, KY.
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We must build a church body that can meet the needs of continued discipleship at EVERY level of a persons walk with Christ. We are about two things specifically – evangelism and discipleship! Everything that we do in ministry MUST have both of those funct
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Welcome to the weekly audio podcast of Calvary Fellowship in Miramar, FL where our mission is to "Helping People Take Their Next Step with God". Our desire is that this podcast will encourage you in your relationship with Jesus... Visit us at www.mycalvary.com
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I had a wonderful and unique upbringing raised off grid by addict hippies who converted to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. We ending up becoming a family of 15 including 8 adopted siblings. Yep, I know what it’s like to live in a home with dirt floors, and no plumbing or electricity. Oh I’ve got stories. You’ll hear a lot of them here. But the most important thing I share is what my life has taught me about the power of Jesus Christ. That answer you've been seeking. That cha ...
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From the island of Tongatapu to the big city of Auckland, tune into our Polynesian stories and conversations where we discuss Politics, Education, Culture, Mental Health and everything in-between. "Harvesting perspective through conversations" Follow me on instagram, facebook and youtube @thoughtplantationpodcast
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Do you love Jesus and love farming? Then this is the podcast for you! The host, Noah Sanders, is the author of Born-Again Dirt, Farming to the Glory of God. On this show he shares how we can connect faith and farming so that we can find purpose in glorifying God and serving others while excelling in land stewardship. As a market gardener and homesteader Noah shares stories from his own journey as well as interviews of other Christian Agrarians. Join us as we seek to Redeem the Dirt!
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Unedited Life is a community of believers led by Angie Peters and Vincent Ream in Junction City, Kansas. We exist to steward a Kingdom culture to enhance lives, reveal identity, and equip all to disciple the Nations with the affirming love of God.
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Audio sermons by Pastors Todd & Mary Bishop of Church Unleashed. Visit mychurchunleashed.tv for details. || Pastors Todd & Mary are dynamic, creative communicators with a passion to inspire hope. This podcast will motivate you, encourage you, and teach complex Biblical principles in a simple way. | @TODDRBISHOP @MEBISHOP78
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Unstoppable Farce tells the story of "Mr. Mirth" himself, in his own words, beginning with forty-five years of what might generously be described as a wasted existence before he decided to become the most successful FC (Famous Comedian) of all time. He describes how he created his Lithuanian Chupacabra alter ego, honed his signature Cheezy Pleezers bit, and became a viral sensation on Qlip Qlop and H!jnx. He dishes the dirt on touring with Hannah Gadsby and Dave Chapelle, what really went do ...
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Being a warrior in today's society is hard. Being a person who has or had the ability to impose violence on another person as a sport or as a job is tough. Living that life and trying to be a Christian, that can seem impossible. Join 4-time Combat veteran, Infantry Marine, Army Sniper, former law enforcement officer, and church security director George Kite every Friday as he interviews Christians in the warrior society and the things they struggle with. Veterans, cops, MMA fighters, SF oper ...
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RN Breakfast daily stories separated out for easy listening. RN Breakfast is the program informed Australians wake up to. Start each day with comprehensive coverage and analysis of national and international events, and hear interviews with the people who matter today—along with those who'll be making news tomorrow.
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Jenny Salt is a Christian academic, a graduate and former lecturer at Sydney Missionary and Bible College (SMBC). Join her on a forty-minute journey into someone’s amazing and often unexpected spiritual travels. Missionaries and media makers, scientists and sportspeople, new agers and new migrants – Salt is a chance to enter into the lives of people and discover heartwarming, sometimes challenging and always extraordinary gospel stories.
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Kia ora e te whānau! This week on the podcast Eugene speaks to returning champion and one of the most impressive human beings we’ve had the pleasure of speaking with, the one and only Roger Robinson. Roger is an age group world champion runner, an emeritus professor at Victoria University where he was in the English Department, he is a world-leadin…
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As the daughter of Aussie rock music royalty, Elly-May Barnes has long known the thrill of performing. From singing backup for her father Jimmy, to eventually taking to the stage as a cabaret performer, her latest work and debut album No Good felt like a natural next step - but it's been a long road to get here. Guest: Elly-May Barnes…
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2024 is the year for dozens of key elections across the world - India's election starts this week - and the US of course later this year. At the same time, there's been a massive proliferation of publicly available artificial intelligence tools, that in the wrong hands could cause electoral mayhem. So how can voters and governments - including here…
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Last weekend's tragic events in Bondi Junction have shone a light on mental illness in the community, and a mental health system that's cracking. Almost a week on there remains many questions, and a the mental health sector is left asking for more help and funding. Guest: Professor Samuel Harvey is the Executive Director and Chief Scientists at the…
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A warning this story may be distressing. There's been widespread shock and a search for answers after a First Nations boy from Western Australia aged just 10 died by suicide while in state care. Suicide has been revealed as the leading cause of death for First Nations children. So, how has a situation like this occurred?And if you need help you can…
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The Real Reason Why We Get Stuck in Fear In this episode, Amber Pearce shares her profound encounter with a homeless woman while waiting for her son, exploring the themes of choice, compassion, and divine guidance. She discusses the importance of understanding our divine assignments and the power of free will. Through personal reflections and bibli…
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The week in politics has been dominated by the fallout from the two stabbing attacks, with the focus shifting back on the big tech companies.Political Editor for news.com.au Samantha Maiden and ABC Political lead and host of Insiders on ABC TV David Speers join RN Breakfast to discuss the latest developments in federal politics. Guest: David Speers…
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This week we've seen some of the most horrific violent attacks in Australia in recent decades.Two stabbing attacks in Sydney have led to an increase in racism in some communities, leading to concerns about social cohesion. Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus says there was a "clear framework" that allowed the church stabbing to be declared a terror incid…
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The claim that wombats can run at 40 kilometres an hour, faster than Usain Bolt might just be a furphy. And Dr Karl has built an impressive reputation over the years in science communication, but on social media there's an AI-generated Dr Karl threatening to tear this down - so who made it? Guest: Jacinta Bowler, ABC science reporter Brainteaser (a…
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Health workers in Sydney continue to treat survivors of this week's two major knife attacks, after one of the hardest weeks for frontline workers. Six paramedics were forced to take shelter in the Good Shepherd Church on Monday night when an angry crowd turned on them, NSW Health Minister Ryan Park says the event was "very disappointing" and frontl…
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Australia's national cultural policy is being updated to include streaming services like Netflix. The intention is to compel streaming services to use revenues generated here to make a fixed percentage of its productions not just in Australia but about Australia too. But the uncertainty about the specifics is already having an effect. Guest Matthew…
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Cities in Texas are turning off their lights to help save migratory birds. Every year around two billion birds fly through the state and brightly lit buildings pose a deadly risk. The Lights Out Texas campaign is helping create a safe passage for these birds by getting city skyscrapers to go dark at night. Guest: Dr Andrew Farnsworth, an ornitholog…
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The US has blocked the U.N Security Council vote on a bid by the Palestinian Authority to become a full member state. In order to be successful a council resolution needs at least nine votes in favour and no vetoes by the permanent five members. The move from the US comes despite the Biden administration's pledge to fully support a two-state soluti…
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A warning, this story may be distressing. A family in Western Australia is grieving following the death by suicide of a 10-year-old child under the care of the state government. The Indigenous boy was being looked after by relatives, after being placed in care two years ago. The tragedy comes five years on from a landmark coronial inquiry into 13 c…
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Claire Nichols from The Book Show joined RN Breakfast to recommend a couple of new novels to take you in to different lives and worlds. The Spoiled Heart by the British writer Sunjeev Sahota and some Australian fiction Dirt Poor Islanders by Winnie Dunn. Guest: Claire Nichols, host of The Book ShowBy Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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He's the man who's coordinated the Parkes Elvis Festival, National BMX Championships, International Balloon Challenges, conferences for Chartered Accountants and healthcare professionals as well as Schoolies, and now Joel Ulbricht is finding his footing as the Garma Festival Director. In 2024 the festival will focus on fire - a symbol of strength a…
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In athletics, the World Anti-Doping Agency's will introduce new procedures to ensure no repeat of the so-called Peter Bol disaster. In swimming Mollie O'Callaghan made a big statement of intent ahead of the Olympics at the Australian Swimming Championships last night. In the AFL, a forced change for the Bulldogs ahead of tonight's game against St K…
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Defence Minister Richard Marles unveiled the defence strategy yesterday, is the government becoming more explicit in this being in response to China? And the events we've seen over the past few days have been harrowing - how has the Prime Minister and the government handled the events?The chief political correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald …
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Australia is often described as one of the most successful multicultural nations, but ongoing conflict in the Middle East and two horrific stabbing attacks in the past week have exposed the cracks in Australia's social cohesion. The new Race Discrimination Commissioner is calling for unity against any rise in racist and divisive sentiment or the sp…
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An extra $50 billion over the next decade on defence is the headline figure of the government's national defence strategy and integrated investment program. There's more money for long-range missiles- and a focus on long term capability including the AUKUS nuclear submarines. Richard Marles, Deputy Prime Minister and Defence Minister says that the …
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Alpha HPA is one of two companies that are the first to benefit from the Federal Government 's Future Made in Australia push. It's received $400-million in Government loans to progress its high-purity, green alumina plant which will help shore up Australia's critical minerals capabilities, and ease dependence on supply from China. Guest:Rimas Kaira…
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The family of a 16-year-old boy who allegedly stabbed Sydney bishop Mar Mari Emmanuel say they're sorry for the actions of their son, and hadn't seen signs of radicalisation or brainwashing. The stabbing provoked fears of 'tit-for-tat' violence, as community leaders urge calm. Jamal Rifi is a doctor in Sydney's West, he's in touch with the family o…
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The polls have closed and vote counting is underway in Solomon Islands, in what's been described as the country's most important election since independence. Hundreds of thousands of voters have cast their ballots in Solomon Islands. It's a closely watched election which could have major implications for the Pacific nation's diplomatic ties to Chin…
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The United Nations says it is still struggling to fend off famine in Gaza. That's left some trying to take matters into their own hands, including an Australian who's about to take a risky journey to deliver 5,500 tonnes of food and medicine to Palestinians in Gaza with the Freedom Flotilla Coalition. Guest: Surya McEwen, Northern Rivers resident, …
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Today marks 100 days to go until the Paris Olympics, and later today we'll see what our athletes will be wearing at the opening ceremony. But the nature of that ceremony could change, as authorities consider additional security measures to protect athletes.And while Paris grapples with those changes, there are questions about our own preparations f…
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Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has faced a setback in the legal fight against his extradition to the United States. A UK court has been assured the Australian won't face the death penalty in the US, and will be entitled to argue for free-speech protections in any future case. The guarantees had been requested by the court, and mean another condit…
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Comedic brothers Guy and Paul Williams have crossed the ditch to perform -separately- at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. But they aren't the only comedians in the family, with sister Maria also a celebrated comic. So how do all three siblings find their way into the comedy scene, and how do their styles differ? Guests:Guy Williams, Com…
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The alleged stabbing of Bishop Mar Mari Emmanuel on Monday night saw ASIO, federal - and state police declare the incident a terror attack, with a 16-year old now being held. Community leaders in NSW have raised concerns over how quickly the attack was described as "terrorism", but NSW Police Commissioner Karen Webb says the declaration met the cri…
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Tanya Plibersek once described Australia as the "extinction capital of the world" when she announced a plan to fix the "broken" Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act, to stop more extinctions and protect Australia's unique landscape. Legislation for an Environmental Protection Agency will be introduced when Parliament resumes, bu…
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The Defence Minister will today unveil the Nation's new Defence Strategy and Integrated Investment Program that will help shape what Australia's defence capability will look like in coming years and how much money it will take to get there. It comes as tensions simmer within our own region and concerns grow over a potential escalation of conflict i…
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The International Monetary Fund is warning that stronger than expected economic growth in the US could mean interest rates stay higher for longer, while Australia will see its lowest growth since the 1990s. Federal Treasurer Jim Chalmers is heading to Washington for meetings with G20 ministers, he says his trip is great opportunity to "take the tem…
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Mosques in Sydney's west are on heightened alert after firebomb threats were made in the wake of Monday's attack on Assyrian Orthodox Bishop Mar Mari Emmanuel. Tensions spiked after New South Wales police labelled the attack a "terrorist incident". Now community and religious leaders are calling for calm in the hope of preventing further violence. …
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Security is tight around the election this week in Solomon Islands. The vote is being closely watched not just in the region, but in Beijing and Washington too. Deepening ties between China and Solomon Island's current prime minister Manasseh Sogavare is just one of the issues driving this crucial election called by some analysts, the most importan…
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The retrieval of rock samples from Mars is the number one priority in planetary exploration due to the answers they might hold about life beyond Earth. However, an independent review has found that the Mars Sample Return programme is proving too costly, and taking too long forcing NASA to seek out faster and more cost effective options.…
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The British and German Foreign ministers are heading to Tel Aviv as the international community mounts a diplomatic offensive to try and talk Israel out of a military response to Iran's drone and missile attack. Israel's top general has given the clearest indication yet that the launch of more than 300 drones and missiles would be met with a milita…
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Pastor Jason preaches from 1 Samuel 13:1-15 on a topic for the first time in his preaching career, and from an unusual passage on the subject. Enjoy this message? Consider visiting Ravenna Church of the Nazarene where Pastor Jason is serving as the Senior Pastor. Have a prayer need? Want to share something with Pastor Jason? Send The Dirt Path Past…
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