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Best Elisabeth S podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Elisabeth S podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Markis, Hannah, Devonte, Abigail, Jeremiah, and Sierra Hart—six beautiful black children, ranging in age from 12 to 19—were all adopted by Sarah and Jennifer Hart, both white. On Jen’s Facebook page, it looked as if they were the perfect blended family, even earning the nickname “Hart Tribe” from friends. Then, on March 26, 2018, the family’s GMC Yukon was found belly-up on the rocks below California’s Highway 1. The news of the murder-suicide shocked their friends and made national headline ...
 
For more than 25 years Donna Otto has shared inspiration and practical wisdom. She is an Author and founder of Modern Homemakers (formerly Homemakers By Choice), a national organization which offers weekly teaching for a new generation of "counter culture" women who have made the choice to stay at home. To hundreds of young homemakers, Donna has been the wise, fun, Godly Aunt every young woman wishes she had. Each teaching session encourages women in their role as a woman, wife, mother, and ...
 
Easy Money: Make More, Save More and Find Your Unclaimed Money Every week on The Easy Money Show, 13-time Emmy-Winner Elisabeth Leamy (Good Morning America, Dr. Oz, Washington Post) digs up eye-opening —even jaw-dropping— ways to MAKE more money, SAVE more money and FIND your unclaimed money. MAKE more like the young woman who paid for college by becoming an egg donor; MAKE more like the med student who made $100,000 by shooting stock photos. MAKE more like the recruiter who quit her job aft ...
 
You’ve got questions about sacred music? Here’s your chance to learn what the Church teaches and envisions for music in the sacred liturgy. Welcome to Square Notes: The Sacred Music Podcast with your hosts Peter Carter and Dr. Jennifer Donelson. We address topics of interest both to priests and liturgical musicians, as well as a general audience of Catholics interested in learning more about the Catholic Church’s teachings and treasury of sacred music. Our topics range from discussion of Chu ...
 
Each episode addresses a reader's parenting issue through the lens of Janet's respectful parenting philosophy. Janet is a respected parenting adviser, author, and consultant whose website (JanetLansbury.com) is visited by millions of readers annually. Her work informs, inspires, and supports caregivers of infants and toddlers across the globe, helping to create relationships of respect, trust, and love. Her best-selling books “No Bad Kids: Toddler Discipline without Shame” and "Elevating Chi ...
 
Smart women are investing in two key assets these days, themselves and Real Estate! Join your hosts Elisabeth Embry and Jason Hartman twice a week as they bring you exciting authors, entrepreneurs, top-tier investors and financial experts that are sharing their secrets of success. Learn tips and tools to apply to your own career, business, and life from experts such as: Lori Ann LaRocco (7-Steps To Success In Business), Nancy Doyle (CFA, Manage your Financial Life), Darlene Coquerel (CEO of ...
 
Know it Wall is a place for inquisitive minds. Let world-class researchers in humanities & sciences excite your curiosity through short audio-documentaries (audiodocs). From Stegosaurus to Shakespeare, protons to pandemics, there’s no limit to what you could encounter! | Based at UCL and Imperial | www.knowitwall.com
 
Laugh, learn and be inspired every show along with Judy and Kristin and their fascinating celebrities and savvy experts from around the world as they cover topics that women (and some men!) want to hear! Join them for celeb talk and behind the scenes anecdotes, candid stories of personal triumphs and tragedies, dating/relationship foibles and advice, and well, anything that sparks thoughtful conversation and an encouraging motivation for success in life and business. Listen Live Wednesdays a ...
 
Bookworm Banquet is a program that aims to Satisfy Your Literary Cravings by offering up book reviews and author interviews on all genres of books with one caveat; the books must be family friendly. Our goal is to offer wholesome reading to our listeners, whether they are fiction or biography, current releases or classics, children’s books or books for older readers, we will review and discuss them all! JD and Nicole are avid readers who love talking about literature and would love for you t ...
 
Until 1918 the extensive palatial complex at the heart of Vienna was the political centre of the monarchy. Today it fulfills the same role for the democratic Republic of Austria. The rooms where the Congress of Vienna met and danced and where Emperor Franz Joseph held audiences, now houses the offices of the Federal President, the ministers of the chancellor’s office and the secretaries of state. This sprawling, asymmetric complex of building with its 19 courtyards and 18 wings is also home ...
 
Do you love The Handmaid's Tale on HULU? So do we! Mayday is your source for all things Handmaid's Tale. Mayday breaks down every episode and keeps you up to date with the latest news and updates about the show! Plus interviews with the cast and crew, great Handmaid's Tale contests, giveaways and more! It's the podcast for Handmaid's Tale fans by Handmaid's Tale fans! Subscribe today! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/themaydaypodcast/support
 
The 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s 95 Theses is fast approaching. The University of Oxford has begun preparations to mark this key event in European history, some of which are centred on the Taylor Institution’s collection of Lutheran pamphlets. This workshop focuses specifically on how women from all walks of life, and from across Europe and beyond, responded to the events of the Reformation. In particular, we are interested in exploring women’s cultural and written responses. We are ...
 
A fun and informative show that talks to entrepreneurial couples that live and work together 24/7. We have it all - the pitfalls, the joys, the inspiration, and the wild and crazy ride business and relationships can take you on. Learn tips and tricks to help you succeed in love and business. Hosts Barry and Catherine Cohen are successful award-winning entrepreneurs, crazy in love, and together all the time.
 
ATX Television Festival has a reputation we’re pretty proud of: “TV Camp for grown ups." Each June, showrunners actors, producers, all of the TV industry and the most incredible fans come together for one of a kind screenings, in-depth panel conversations, and...breakfast tacos...BBQ...margaritas. You get the picture. Now we're bottling that TV magic as a podcast! Our inaugural podcast series, showcased conversations with some of our favorite people in TV, each one exploring a different TV t ...
 
We are all on an ever-unfolding unique journey. There are many paths and ways to the top of the mountain. Let’s talk about ways to live your life with practical spirituality. Lets talk about continued consciousness and life after death. Let’s talk about mediumship. A meaningful life at the heart is about love and wisdom, filtered through possibilities and perspectives. Cynthia Rose McCaw is a second generation medium. There were readers on both sides of her family and her mother was a gifted ...
 
The World Is Listening ToDAVE RABBITAre You?”Dave Rabbit”, the “Godfather Of Pirate Radio”, welcomes you to "The Rabbit Zone". So Fasten Your Seat Belts, bring your seats and tray tables to their Fully Upright Position, then bend over and Kiss Your Ass Goodbye, because the “Dave Rabbit” & “Radio First Termer” Pirate Radio Experience is an Extremely Dangerous & Bumpy Ride! Everything Here Is FREE To Enjoy & Share!DAVE RABBITLOVESJESSICA RABBITMilitary EntertainmentNetworkIn 2006, Dave Rabbit ...
 
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Elisabeth Elliot’s wise counsel on forgiveness comes from her experience of forgiving the people who murdered her husband and 4 of his colleagues in Ecuador. She said, “Forgiveness is a gift of grace,” and she remarkably extended that grace when she chose to forgive. She went back to Ecuador and continued to work among the same people who had taken…
 
JD is joined by guest host, Stephanie, who fills in for Nicole in this episode. We review the debut novel from Sandy Brownlee titled The Mirror Lies. This is a quick, enjoyable, light mystery novel that we really enjoyed reading. Also in this episode, Stephanie takes on the task of Nicole's Fact and she brings a coffee-related one (which is always …
 
Janet offers basic guidelines for responding mindfully when children get hurt, whether by accident or as the result of another child's behavior. She also addresses the specifics in a parent's note about her son's emotional responses to getting pushed or hit when she isn't close enough to prevent it. She says he seems "shocked" but fine, but he fall…
 
In this episode, we explore the history of compromised infrastructure, which countries are engaged in this kind of behavior, and what sort of advantages they seek to gain. The post Compromised Infrastructure appeared first on Matters of State - International Relations Podcast.By Young Professionals in International Relations
 
Jason Hartman and investment counselor Carrie go over how the network functions. The two explain the process of finding properties, getting financing, evaluating the provider, and choosing property management. This can seem to be a daunting task, but that's why the network exists: to provide the complete solution for real estate investors. Key Take…
 
Janet responds to a Facebook post from a parent who shares her personal dismay “at what children across the globe suffer and what they go without,” and she is distraught by her own children's apparent lack of gratitude and humility. While this mom admits her current mood may be the result of “post-Christmas blues,” she wants to instill these positi…
 
How many times are we instructed to forgive? 70 x 7? It’s not about a ‘number’ as much as it is about the fact that there is no limit to forgiving! Examine yourself in the process of forgiving. If you have been sinned against or offended, how are you going to go about reconciling with another? Donna has wonderful suggestions on ways to restore rela…
 
This show features interviews of Dr. Neal Barnard on the reasons why he is a plant-based advocate and Karina Inkster on weightlifting and fitness as a vegan personal trainer. We also introduce three new co-hosts, Meaghan Beattie, Grace Wampold, and Leah Thompson with their stories on how they started on veganism and why they choose to continue to l…
 
After reading Janet’s book “No Bad Kids: Toddler Discipline without Shame,” a parent has some practical follow-up questions about his daughter’s behaviors; specifically in regard to tantrums, mealtime boundaries, and cooperation in cleaning up her messes. This dad says there are certain “values/etiquette” he would like his daughter to learn, but he…
 
In this episode, we welcome James Carville, one of the most recognizable figures in American politics. Carville came to fame as the lead strategist on Bill Clinton’s 1992 presidential campaign run, coining the now-ubiquitous phrase, “It’s the economy, stupid.” He has worked as a political commentator for both CNN and Fox News, and remains a powerfu…
 
A feature interview with Jake Conroy, convicted animal activist and a key character in "The Animal People" film. Plus, an interview with Peter Fricker on the failings of the Greater Vancouver Zoo. Read more →By Animal Voices Vancouver
 
Dr. Tina Payne Bryson joins Janet to discuss what children need most from the adults in their lives to feel securely attached, self-confident, and happy. Tina outlines the truths that scientific research and her own experience show, and then using the parenting tools she describes in her new book “The Power of Showing Up,” she and Janet address an …
 
A parent writes that her toddler is very aware of his emotions and even has several strategies to cope with the negative ones. One of these strategies is going to his room by himself. While this mom is “happy that he is aware of his emotions and (usually) redirects them before causing harm or throwing a full-blown tantrum,” she struggles with how l…
 
Sierra Tasi Baker of the Squamish Nation speaks to us on why she chose a vegan lifestyle, how this fits with her traditional Coast Salish values, and how animal activists can advocate for animals in a way that's respectful toward Indigenous people. Read more →By Animal Voices Vancouver
 
James Monti is an author in the fields of Catholic liturgy and hagiography. His books include A Sense of the Sacred: Roman Catholic Worship in the Middle Ages, The King’s Good Servant but God’s First: The Life and Writings of St. Thomas More, The Week of Salvation: History and Traditions of Holy Week, and In The Presence of Our Lord: The History, T…
 
In this excerpt from “The Call of Christmas Anthem” by The Skit Guys, we learn that we are called to be prepared for interruptions that we do not expect in our lives. Mary did not expect to be called to be the mother of the Savior of the world. Joseph did not expect to be in the position he was in, but he followed God’s will for his life. Contempla…
 
Janet responds to the parent of a 2-year-old who for the past 3 months has been “going through a really bad stage of pulling hair.” This parent describes herself as a Montessori teacher with an intense passion for gentle, respectful parenting. She has tried several strategies to change her daughter’s behavior, but to no avail. “I’m exhausted and ha…
 
As we get older and our kids grow and don’t need us as much, we can find ourselves being emotional at the holidays. Andrea, Nancy and Donna read selections that will bring a tear or two, but will also help young moms with little ones to hold on to the moments you have with them while they are still young and to be intentional about celebrating the …
 
Stephen Bergman, who goes by the pseudonym Samuel Shem, took the medical and literary worlds by storm in 1978 when he published his provocative satire “The House of God,” based on his clinical internship at the Beth Israel Hospital, a teaching facility associated with Harvard Medical School in Boston. The cult novel, which the New York Times descri…
 
How amazing it must have been for the shepherds who were visited by angels to inform them of the birth of The Messiah! They followed a bright star to the place where they were told Jesus would be. Jesus came in humility at a time when the government proclaimed there be a census taken. He was born to simple people and His simple birth reflects Jesus…
 
The “male gaze,” largely acknowledged as “the act of depicting women and the world from a masculine, heterosexual perspective that represents women as sexual objects,” has been the dominant viewpoint since the beginning of art and culture -- but what happens when women become the subject instead of the object? This conversation will explore the “fe…
 
Janet shares ideas for traveling with small children that help us tune in to their perspectives, deepen our parent-child connection, and create a more joyful experience for all.For more advice on common parenting issues, please check out Janet's best-selling books on Audible -- FREE with a 30-day trial membership if you use this link: adbl.co/2OBVz…
 
Over the past ten years, the world has seen a strong resurgence of piracy, particularly around the Horn of Africa. While international coalitions have largely succeeded in reducing the presence of piracy in that region, the activity has most recently emerged in other locations like Latin America and pockets of Asia. In this episode, we discuss the …
 
Elisabeth Embry talks with Linda Stasi, columnist for New York Daily News, author of Book of Judas and previous writer for the New York Post, is also an on-camera TV co-host with Mark Simone on NY 1 -Spectrum “What a Week.” Brash, funny and opinionated, the acerbic Stasi has authored six books and won numerous awards including “Best Columnist” by t…
 
This is the 4th and final show of our School Days series. (You can find the other 3 shows in the series here) This last show continues to explore how we can create a more compassionate and cruelty-free educational environment.The show features interviews with Early Childhood Educator, Mallory Boult; National Programs Director of Factory Farming Awa…
 
A look into the depictions of classes in America, and TV’s relationship to the ever-changing definition of the working & middle classes. Panelists: Laura Chinn (Creator/Executive Producer/Actor, Florida Girls) Dee Harris-Lawrence (Showrunner/Executive Producer, David Makes Man) Jenniffer Gomez (Writer, Vida) Gladys Rodriguez (Writer, Vida) Moderato…
 
Join us for an episode highlighting the spiritual fruits that flow from following the Church's pastoral guidance in the celebration of the liturgy. We talk about Musicam Sacram, the document's pastoral plan with three degrees of singing, the spiritual impact of the clergy singing their parts of the Mass, and even a little bit about how to fundraise…
 
Janet welcomes back best-selling author Maggie Dent to discuss some of the particular challenges parents face in their quest to raise emotionally healthy children. "We need to let our girls know they can be strong and feisty and it's okay, and we need to know that there are times when our boys need to be vulnerable and sad, and that also needs to b…
 
Traci and Michael Tope talk about how Donna Otto’s teachings at HBC/Modern Homemakers have made a difference in their lives. Traci is one of the ‘Voices of Modern Homemakers’ and reads The Gift of the Magi by O. Henry. This treasure of a short story is more than 100 years old, and has a clear message of sacrificial love between a young couple who d…
 
Join us in this episode for a discussion about St. Cecilia, and the liturgies and sacred music of Rome. Gregory DiPippo is the Editor of the New Liturgical Movement blog. He lives and works in the eternal city of Rome, sharing his breadth of knowledge of the liturgical traditions of the Church with people across the globe.…
 
Featuring an extended coffee-table chat with violist and singer Tony Kastelic, as well as live performances from both Tony and our producer Elyse Jacobson. Tony and Elyse discuss being among the first musicians in Canada to use Coruss bow hair, a high-tech professional-grade synthetic hair for bowed string instruments. Read more →…
 
How authentic do plotlines about police need to be? Criminal justice plotlines and police procedurals have been a staple of both current and past TV programming. Shows today however, have the opportunity--and some say the obligation-- to explore the nuances and the contradictions inherent in real-life characterizations of police, the criminal legal…
 
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