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Best Nick Runyon podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Nick Runyon podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Welcome back to Around The World With The Archibald Project! My name is Whitney and together with my husband Nick, we started The Archibald Project! Caring for orphaned and vulnerable children is one of the most important jobs in the world, but often people are too overwhelmed to get involved or lack the support they need to keep going. Our podcast is a place where you can easily find answers, encouragement, and support. Because when you thrive, children thrive.
 
Never Gets Old is an exciting podcast about the hobbies we keep and love our whole life. Join Mac Jackson, Nathan Schell and Nick Naro as they share their passion for everything they love in the areas of Comics, TV, Movies and Music. Discover how a childhood toy can change your whole world and how a song or character can inspire you to be more. Listen to Mac, Nathan and Nick as they learn about each other's interests with the help of occasional guests, survey questions, top five lists, quest ...
 
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The Archibald Project produces stories that increase the number of people caring for orphaned and vulnerable children. There are millions of orphaned and vulnerable children in this world, and caring for any of those children is a complex issue. That's why Whitney and Nick's work is so important. Their resources provide people with the encouragemen…
 
In this podcast, Nils Smith and Aaron Magnuson delve into Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg’s 2020 resolution that’s focused on the next decade. How will these social media developments impact the platform and its users? This and more on this episode. Share your thoughts using the hashtag #SMCPodcast.By Social Media Church
 
Mac uses this "Unprecedented Time" (Can't wait to never hear that again) to have a chat with Social Media friend Kurt Runyon. Sit back and hear about how he got into Stand Up and what it takes to be in the Improv group: Slow...Children at Play.Some other topics:Discovering The MonkeesMeeting Mike NesmithThe best places to eat around L.A.Back to the…
 
Keia Jones Baldwin is a proud, strong black woman with experience in adoption, and foster care, and raising children in a multicultural family. So when she got a call for another foster placement Keia didn't hesitate. But when she got to the hospital and the nurse pointed to a little white baby, Keia knew she was embarking on a whole new journey of…
 
In this podcast, Bob Pritchett, President and CEO at Faithlife Corporation, joins Nils Smith to talk about their global platform offering live streaming, online giving, church website setup, and more resources for churches to maximize, especially in the midst of this global pandemic. Share your thoughts using the hashtag #SMCPodcast. Show Notes: Ni…
 
Chrystal Smith had a difficult childhood that included brokenness and abuse, but she was not defeated. Instead, Chrystal started an organization that creates opportunities for the community to be a "village" of support for underserved children and families. Through her personal experience and work with Foster Village, Chrystal shows us how we can a…
 
When Kylie decided to become part of a unique program that allows her to foster refugee children, she never expected to become a mom and a grandma in less than 3 months. But her willingness to say yes has changed lives and given her the most beautifully diverse family. This is the program that Kylie went through to become a foster parent to refugee…
 
The Asian American Christian Collaborative (AACC) is committed to amplifying the voices, issues, and histories of Asian Americans, both within the church and society at large. Specifically, in this season, they have created a statement titled the “Statement on Anti-Asian Racism in the Time of COVID-19”. It says, in part: “We, the undersigned, join …
 
Cam Lee was adopted from South Korea at the age of 3. Years later he decided to search for and meet his birth mother. It was through this journey that he realized his life's calling was to help others navigate their own adoption story. Cam's personal experience and education as a counselor give him infinite wisdom that he shares with us today.…
 
In this podcast, Chris Emmitt, lead pastor of Mountain Lake Church, joins Nils Smith to talk about navigating ministries and church leadership amidst the global pandemic. Learn more about different social media strategies they are taking and what churches can do, especially during these times. Share your thoughts using the hashtag #SMCPodcast.…
 
In this podcast, L.Michelle Salvant joins Nils Smith to talk about her journey into digital ministry– from getting into platforms, embracing engagement opportunities, learning lessons from ministry failures, and more -for church and ministry leaders to effectively create impact in the Kingdom of God. Share your thoughts using the hashtag #SMCPodcas…
 
Have you ever wondered what an international adoption looks like once you get home? Our good friend Rachel Baxter shares what she has learned and what her family has been up to for the past 4 years since their special needs international adoption from China. Watch Ben’s Adoption video we filmed! Follow Rachel on Instagram here! Check out Young Live…
 
Having grown up in 12 different homes, sleeping on floors and couches, living in a group home, and eventually aging out of the system, Tori Petersen offers an inside look at growing up in foster care and reminds us that it's never too late to find someone to call family. Follow Tori on Instagram to read her inspiring posts! Listen On Spotify!…
 
In this podcast, Nils Smith and Aaron Magnuson respond to Church Communications’ recent podcast on the Top 10 Unwritten Rules for Social Media with Kenny Jahng and Seth Muse. Nils and Aaron go into detail about what these unwritten rules are, to what extent they agree or disagree with them, and why. Share your thoughts using the hashtag #SMCPodcast…
 
Heather Avis and Mercedes Lara from The Lucky Few both have adopted children with Down Syndrome. From their incredible wisdom and experience they show us how to create a more inclusive world and shift the narrative around Down Syndrome. Check out The Lucky Few Podcast here! Follow Heather and Mercedes and The Lucky Few on Instagram!…
 
Branden Harvey joins us for a special episode dedicated to finding good in the midst of a the COVID-19 pandemic. Branden is the Founder & CEO of Good Good Good, a media company who creates stories and tools designed to leave us feeling less overwhelmed and more capable of being a part of the good in the world. Links from the Interview - IJM Stories…
 
Sixteen years after her adoption, Mary Grant received a message from a relative in Ethiopia who had been searching for her. This message would launch Mary on a journey that would eventually lead to her speaking to her mother for the first time. Mary's story of pain, healing, and family has wisdom and lessons for us all. Follow Mary on Instagram!…
 
Sarah and Beth are the duo behind the popular podcast Pantsuit Politics, “A podcast for real conversations that help us understand politics, democracy, and the news — while still treating each other like thoughtful human beings.” Today we’re going to look at how we can be political activists with strong feelings and beliefs — yet somehow coexist wi…
 
When Martha Bonneau's 4 year old daughter said she wanted to find her birth family, Martha and her husband didn't know what to do other than to say "Okay" and hope that they would be able to give their daughter some answers. Little did they know that 6 years later their family of 4 would be on an airplane headed to China. Facebook groups that Marth…
 
Lori Dortch was 17 years old, pregnant, and facing one of the biggest decisions of her life. Now, 25 years later, that decision has turned her into an advocate for birth moms across the country. No matter who you are, Lori and her husband Matt have wisdom you need to hear. Check out Brave Love - the organization Lori serves as a board member. Brave…
 
As a young pastor, Rev. Michael Mather was sent to a church whose glory days were behind it. Yet in the midst of a community in transition, Rev. Mather began to see the congregation not as a group in decline – but a vibrant collection of people who weren’t being asked the right questions. This week, Rev. Mather shares his inspiring journey of findi…
 
When Heather Oram and her husband started pursuing adoption, they never imagined they would have two kids and two different birth moms within 4 months of each other. It would have been easy to close themselves off, but instead they chose open adoption. Follow Heather on Instagram!By The Archibald Project
 
Suffering...It's one of those things we all want to avoid but inevitably finds its way into our lives. So how do we suffer well? Can we endure more than we think? Few people have as much to share in this area than our guest Liz Griffin. After suffering through a complicated six year adoption process, Liz and her husband finally brought their two ch…
 
Shannon Service is bringing us deep into the waters of the Thai fishing industry. As the Director and Producer of the documentary Ghost Fleet, Shannon is uncovering the humanity of enslaved fisherman, the criminal conspiracy at the heart of the fishing industry, and the stories of those who heroically risk their lives in the name of justice. - Watc…
 
What is the best way to care for vulnerable children around the world? The answer to this simple question has huge implications on the lives and futures of millions of children. And if you plan to adopt internationally, this could be impacting your future child. Even as you read this, decisions are being made and global policy is being changed abou…
 
Who am I? This is a question many of us ask for a variety of different reasons. But often this question gets amplified and infinitely more complicated with adoption. So how do we navigate these complexities as a parent guiding an adopted child, or as someone who was adopted? You talk to someone with experience. Our guest, Zawadi, was born in rural …
 
Cheryl Bear’s introduction must begin with the land. She writes in her bio, “I am Nadleh Whut’en from the Dakelh Nation and Dumdenyoo Clan (Bear clan). My community is in Central BC, on the shores of Fraser Lake.” Today, Cheryl explains the deep importance of that biography, as well as what she’s learned while sharing stories and songs with over 60…
 
Have you ever thought about adopting an older child? How old is too old to be adopted? The answer might surprise you and our guest will challenge you. Annie endured a difficult childhood and didn't enter foster care until age 17. This left her with little hope of having a stable family to visit on weekends in college, or holidays, or anytime she ju…
 
How do you view parents who've had to place their kids in foster care? Do you judge them or does your heart break for them? Do you write them off or do you root for them to get their kids back? Whatever your thoughts, our conversation with Vanessa Ramirez will change them. Vanessa candidly shares the struggles she has been through that lead to her …
 
One of the most important parts of being a single foster mom is having support, but that is not always the easiest thing to find. For Bethany Moore, she looked to her dad Scott. Scott has stepped up to become “Dad dad” to his daughter's 3 foster children. This is not how he imagined becoming a grandpa, but there is no mistaking the love and joy he …
 
Becoming a parent is hard enough, but becoming parents to multiple big kids and teenagers who aren’t much younger than yourself… well, that was a curveball foster parents Emily and her husband Brian didn’t know they would face. Emily opens up and shares what it has been like fostering teenagers, why they love it, and how it has impacted their biolo…
 
With all there is to do, remember, and learn around adoption, sometimes hair care is the last thing on your mind. But when adopting transracially, it's pivotal that we know and understand the importance and history of hair care. Fortunately there are incredible people in the world like LaShanna Bruce. She is the founder of Mommies and Curls, which …
 
In this podcast, Nils Smith and Mark Venti talk about leveraging technology to help connect people and build healthy church relationships. Listen as they share their thoughts on the Churchome Global app, a mobile technology where people can watch church services together and get connected with groups based on their location. This and more on this S…
 
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