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On May 9, 2019, William Lloyd's son took his own life. William went from wanting to jump in the grave with his son to living a life of joy, meaning and purpose. William realized how much trouble men have with grief and mourning. The show is dedicated to stories of what God did for them during the most difficult time in their life.
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PAGL Podcast

Dr. Thomas Hora

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Welcome to The PAGL podcast, a collection of dialogues with Thomas Hora, M.D., the inspired founder of Metapsychiatry, in live recordings of meetings with his students occurring over many years. PAGL is an acronym for Peace, Assurance, Gratitude, and Love, spiritual qualities we become aware of when we have caught a glimpse of divine Truth and are on the "right track” with our lives. www.pagl.org
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A podcast for women who have experienced pregnancy or infant loss. Listen in on honest conversations from real women as they share candidly about their own experience of loss and what it has looked like for them to navigate grief. If you have experienced the loss of a baby and are searching for hope and joy and just another mama who understands what you are going through, then this podcast is for you. If you are a friend or a family member of someone who has experienced the loss of a baby an ...
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Growing Up With Insanity & Choosing Serenity As Your "New Normal" Reality Adult Children In Recovery is a podcast that inspires the elixir of hope & healing to transform the lives of energy sensitive empaths who grew up in challenging environments and have chosen a path of healing and serenity. Each episode features inspiring stories of resilience and growth as guests share their journey towards finding inner peace, joy & self-compassion.
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Courageous Beauty

Krystal Mitchell

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Like a Phoenix, I rise out of the ashes to an occasion! Anything tired by fire comes out beautiful! But it takes courage to rise out of the Ashes of Fear!!! That makes me beautiful! ~Courageous Beauty ~ Isa 61:3 KJV To appoint unto them that mourn in Zion, to give unto them beauty for ashes, the oil of joy for mourning, the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness; that they might be called trees of righteousness, the planting of the LORD, that he might be glorified.
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Justice. Hope. Freedom. Learn about the issues of sex trafficking & exploitation and where this issue intersects with other societal ills such as violence, abuse, poverty, gangs, vulnerable populations, etc. Here, I will highlight individuals and organizations that are working to bring justice to the enslaved. Listen to podcast interviews (approximately 10-35 minutes in length) from experts, activists, survivors, law enforcement, leaders from Oregon and around the world. Isaiah 61:3 - To bes ...
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Using our voice God gave us to give strength and encouragement to the daughters of the Most High. May we find ourselves equipped and empowered. “To all who mourn in Israel, he will give a crown of beauty for ashes, a joyous blessing instead of mourning, festive praise instead of despair. In their righteousness, they will be like great oaks that the Lord has planted for his own glory.” Isaiah 61:3 NLT
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Hey! My name is Shaina! Some of you might be asking, "How did she get so bold?" Well to be completely honest, I was in mourning. God was calling me out of a 7 year relationship and I didn't know what was ahead. But then I got to the point where I literally could not imagine doing life on my own anymore. I didn't want to figure it out. I didn't want to move out of my will any longer. I looked up and found myself lost, confused, hurt, and alone. But Jesus swooped in and was like "Nah sis! That ...
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A weekly podcast that shares tips on how to overcome any form of writer's block, get crystal clarity on your content, write and publish your manuscript, and use it to establish and grow your author business.
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Hashivenu

Reconstructing Judaism

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Hashivenu is a podcast about Jewish teachings and practice around resilience. Cultivating resilience in challenging times, both individually and collectively, is an essential path to personal renewal. Support Hashivenu Find out more about the show at About (https://hashivenu.fireside.fm/about), and learn about our theme song at Theme Song (https://hashivenu.fireside.fm/theme-song). Subscribe by Email This podcast is produced by Reconstructing Judaism. Visit us at ReconstructingJudaism.org (h ...
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There’s something about Sofia. The iconic character was first born within the pages of Alice Walker’s canonical 1982 novel, “The Color Purple.” She is a fierce, principled Black woman — friend to the protagonist Celie and wife to Celie’s stepson Harpo, who tarnishes their relationship with violence. But what is most notable about Sofia is that she …
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Hisham Awartani was visiting family in Vermont over Thanksgiving break in 2023 when he and two of his friends were shot. All three victims are of Palestinian descent and were wearing traditional Palestinian scarves when the attack happened. While his friends made full physical recoveries, 20-year-old Awartani now has to grapple with a new life that…
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One significant segment of Jesus's sermon on the Mount is famously known as 'The Beatitudes.' Just as with many aspects of scripture, there lies a profound meaning beneath the surface that extends beyond what we may casually read during our devotional time. By delving into the Beatitudes, we have the potential to upend our worldview and grasp a mor…
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From the very earliest days of the epidemic, women got infected with HIV and died from AIDS — just like men. But from the earliest days, this undeniable fact was largely ignored — by the public, the government and even the medical establishment. The consequences of this blindspot were profound. Many women didn’t know they could get HIV. But in the …
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We’re living in polarized times – particularly, when it comes to questions of identity, such as race and culture and gender. At the same time, our growing cultural diversity is at this point baked into the future. Within the next 20 years, the majority of Americans will identify as something other than white; that’s already the case in four states.…
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One significant segment of Jesus's sermon on the Mount is famously known as 'The Beatitudes.' Just as with many aspects of scripture, there lies a profound meaning beneath the surface that extends beyond what we may casually read during our devotional time. By delving into the Beatitudes, we have the potential to upend our worldview and grasp a mor…
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It’s the 1980s — Harlem, USA — and the 17th floor of the area’s struggling public hospital is filling up with infants and children who arrive and then never leave. Some spend their whole lives on the pediatric ward, celebrating birthdays, first steps and first words with the nurses and doctors who’ve become their surrogate family. Welcome to Harlem…
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With the Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina primaries behind us, the 2024 election cycle is well underway. Donald J. Trump isn’t the 2024 Republican presidential candidate yet, but his victories in Iowa and New Hampshire suggest that it will be smooth sailing to the GOP nomination for the former president once again — notwithstanding his severa…
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Valerie Reyes-Jimenez called it “The Monster.” That’s how some people described HIV and AIDS in the 1980s. Valerie thinks as many as 75 people from her block on New York City’s Lower East Side died. They were succumbing to an illness that was not recognized as the same virus that was killing young, white, gay men just across town in the West Villag…
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I truly enjoyed learning about how to heal childhood trauma with MDMA Therapy and how to demystify what it really is and how it may help you recover from years of abuse or neglect in our most important & precious developmental years and even while we're in utero in our birth Mothers womb. Jill Sitnick is the founder of The Journey Sage, an educatio…
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If you were Black with mental illness in the early 1900s, you couldn’t seek help just anywhere. You’d have to go to a segregated asylum like Maryland’s Crownsville Hospital, formerly known as the Hospital for the Negro Insane. The facility opened in 1911 when 12 men were brought into the woods outside of Baltimore and told to start working. They we…
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Dear Adult Child Listeners. I recently sat down with Dr Joy Bracey & had a heart opening & mind blowing conversation about adult childrens trauma response to eating our feelings which soothed our developing nervous system, helped us feel safe & calmed us down when no adult caregiver was available or able to and how we can love ourselves free of the…
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This podcast delves into the convergence of Zen stories, a Bible quote, and the realms of cognitive, behavioral, and existential psychology. It explores the relevance of Jesus' and Zen teachings to psychotherapy, emphasizing the awakening of spiritual discernment, the transformative journey from self-confirmatory ideation to spiritual awareness, an…
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The latest season of the Blindspot podcast brings listeners voices of people who were affected in the early years of the AIDS epidemic, when so little was known about HIV, and so much was misunderstood. It’s also hosted by a familiar voice – Kai Wright, who has covered the impact of HIV and AIDS in communities of color throughout his career as a jo…
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