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What if you could hang out with people who are on a healing journey, people who have thrived through trauma & the inability to live authentically and fully? Ask them about their real life concerns, struggles, wins, losses and everything in between.; then take an insight or two to inspire your own growth? That’s what we do here on each episode of All Things SOUL. Hosted by Jennifer Hess Mitchell –– yoga therapist and mental health practitioner for over 20+ years –– every episode is an in-dept ...
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The Pursuing Holiness Wholeheartedly Podcast is more than your average podcast. We dig deeply into historical thoughts on holiness, explore doctrinal interpretations of holiness, and offer practical insights for living a life of functional holiness today. Produced by Late Harvest Wesleyan Ministries, every Tuesday Rev. Dr. J. Patrick Bowman shares inspirational music and transformational holiness teaching from his new book, Pursuing Holiness Wholeheartedly, and other quality sources. Find ou ...
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A Star Wars 5e podcast! Sw5e is an in depth reskinning of dnd 5e. This ttrpg is set hundreds of years after the galactic Civil War on a fictional moon called Bath'Or Prime! I am the Dungeon Dark Lord John Garrett! Follow our intrepid group, Patrick Stone as Kobak Ta'Di the chadra-fan engineer, Christopher Hess as Rol'Olm Smoo the Twi'lek scout, Jessie McCormack as Broani the Hutt berserker, Anna Stone as Amissa Anima the Chagarian monk and Pamela Garrett as Danigio Raslam the Echani operativ ...
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Megan Di Martino is a New York girl deep in the heart of Texas! A lifelong creator of beauty with a serving, mentoring spirit. She has started, scaled, sustained and sold 2 seven figure businesses in the Skin Care-Spa Industry. Her purpose is to build teams that in turn build businesses. In January 2020, her book went to number one on Amazon. In April 2020, her award-winning skin care line, Novita Spa Clinicals, was nominated in the Product Innovation Category, for the Austin Women's Way Awa ...
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Susan Pendergrass and James Shuls join Zach Lawhorn to discuss the House passing SB 727, sending it to the governor’s desk. The bill ended up being quite large. Here is some of what’s in it.Charter schools could be coming to Boone County. If a group of teachers, parents, or citizens wants to open a charter school and has a solid application, it can…
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I had the sheer delight of speaking with Esther Goldenberg – an extraordinary soul whose life story is a testament to the beauty of serendipity. We discuss the importance of forging deep connections, not just with the people in our orbit but with the world at large. Esther's diverse background, from the lively streets of Chicago to the historic lan…
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There's a moment in life where the unexpected becomes your truth; for Hailey Fennell, that moment led her from the canvas to conversations with the beyond. As an artist turned psychic medium, Hailey joined me to unravel her extraordinary transformation and the experiences that aligned her with her spiritual calling. She shares mesmerizing insights …
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David Stokes, Elias Tsapelas, and Patrick Tuohey join Zach Lawhorn to discuss:– The KC Stadium tax "No" vote victory – Other Missouri election day results – The latest on the $50 billion state budget that passed out of the House, and more. Produced by Show-Me OpportunityBy Show-Me Institute
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How do we navigate the rough waters of grief and find joy on the other side? My dear friend Amanda Moore joins us to share her story of resilience in the face of her mother's early passing and her own battle as a cancer survivor. Our conversation takes us through the winding paths of emotional healing and the strength found in community. Amanda's s…
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Join me on a journey through the landscapes of yoga and self-awareness. This time around, I sit down with Kelly Jean Moore, former owner of the cherished Mission Yoga and a current practitioner of Rolfing Structural Integration. Together, we reminisce about the evolution of Charleston's yoga community and the profound impact spaces like Mission Yog…
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Join me on this episode to journey through the world of Ayurveda and natural wellness with the esteemed Susan Weis-Bohlen. Listen in as we traverse Susan's fascinating evolution from a bookstore and café owner in Baltimore to a revered Ayurvedic consultant and author. Together, we uncover the life-changing impact of Ayurvedic principles on health a…
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Join me for a conversation with Maria Jenkins, whose life as a florist and yoga devotee captures the essence of healing and artistic expression. Listen in as Maria, the artistic force behind Moonlight Iris, shares where the seeds of her connection to nature and art were planted by her family's farming heritage and her mother's artistic influence. W…
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Susan Pendergrass speaks to Mike McShane and Rick Hess about their new book " Getting Education Right: A Conservative Vision for Improving Early Childhood, K–12, and College" In Getting Education Right: A Conservative Vision for Improving Early Childhood, K–12, and College, Frederick M. Hess and Michael Q. McShane argue that America has too long su…
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It's not every day you meet someone like Wes Carter, whose lineage of courage flows as powerfully as his dedication to sustainability and healing. In our conversation, Wes reveals how this legacy of courage has seeped into his life's work, guiding his leadership as president of Atlantic Packaging and founder of the New Earth Project. From the trans…
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Sitting down with Christina Stanton, a seasoned warrior in the climate realm, we embark on a conversation that sheds light on the nuanced challenges of our planet's changing climate. Her stories, rich with two decades of experience in the environmental trenches, offer a deep dive beyond the cold facts and into the very heart of why we fight for sus…
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Susan Pendergrass speaks with Patrick Tuohey about the stadium funding debate in Kansas City. The Royals want a sales tax extension to pay for their new ballpark, potentially costing taxpayers between $4.4 billion and $6.4 billion. The Chiefs are also seeking tax dollars for upgrades to Arrowhead.Patrick Tuohey is senior fellow at the Show-Me Insti…
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Discover the profound connection between the rhythm of dance and the journey of healing with our guest, Kelsey Brennan-Patrick, as she shares her story of surmounting family turmoil and personal doubt. As the artistic director of Feet First Dance, Kelsey embodies the remarkable ways in which movement can serve as both a creative outlet and a means …
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Navigating the ebb and flow of love can be as daunting as it is rewarding, and sometimes it takes a journey inward to truly understand its impact on our lives. Join me in this exploration as we honor Valentine's Day in an episode that's anything but conventional. We'll tackle the complexities of love's presence and absence, the hurdles of anxiety a…
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Susan Pendergrass speaks to Eric Wearne about The National Hybrid Schools Project.The National Hybrid Schools Project is the national clearinghouse for research, data, practices, and networking for the burgeoning hybrid home school movement.Eric Wearne is Associate Professor in the Education Economics Center at Kennesaw State University and Directo…
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Join us on a journey with Dr. Melinda Edwards as we explore the intricate tapestry of the soul's purpose, trauma, and the power of healing. Dr. Edwards, a physician and mother with a rich background that spans from a Mayan Indian village in Guatemala to the practice of psychiatry, shares her quest for spiritual truths and the awakening catalyzed by…
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David Stokes, Elias Tsapelas, and Patrick Tuohey join Zach Lawhorn to discuss:- Key takeaways from Governor Parson's State of the State address- Does Missouri have a budget surplus? - A "source of income" ordinance passes in KC - What's moving in Jefferson City, and moreLINKS: Patrick Tuohey's blog: https://showmeinstitute.org/blog/budget-and-spend…
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Join me as I welcome the wonderfully talented Laura Shope to the podcast for a journey through creativity, design, and the beauty of handcrafted artistry. Laura shares her personal narrative, from her formative years in Atlanta discovering a love for sewing to her advanced studies in industrial design and her inspiring evolution as a creative entre…
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Join me on a journey of transformation and wellness with our special guest, Dr. Emily Telfair, a naturopathic doctor hailing from the vibrant neighborhood of Hamden in Baltimore. Listen in as we discuss Dr. Emily's heart-centered approach to healthcare, her involvement in legislative efforts for natural medicine, and the unique connection between u…
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When the world threw a curveball at Kelly Roberts, she caught it with grace and transformed her life. From athlete to Pilates instructor and now a studio owner, Kelly's journey through a harrowing car accident to finding solace and strength in wellness practices is nothing short of inspiring. Join us as we sit down with this wellness pioneer to une…
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Susan Pendergrass speaks with AEI's Nat Malkus about the problem of chronic absenteeism in America's schools following the COVID-19 pandemic. Nat Malkus is a senior fellow and the deputy director of education policy at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), where he specializes in empirical research on K–12 schooling. He is a national expert on a…
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As I mark a personal milestone – the completion of 45 revolutions around the sun – I'm thrilled to share with you a piece of my heart: a sensory meditation that's been a beacon in my own life's journey. In this episode, I invite you to immerse yourself in a practice that's not just a staple of my routine as a yoga therapist and mental health advoca…
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Susan Pendergrass speaks with Michael Hartney about his new latest report, Students or Salaries? How Unions Choose School Board Candidates. Download the full report here: https://manhattan.institute/article/students-or-salaries-how-unions-choose-school-board-candidatesMichael Hartney is a Hoover Fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution, a…
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One of my favorite things about conversations is how they can challenge our perceptions and inspire us to see things from a new perspective. That's exactly what happened when I sat down with meteorologist and yoga teacher Trevor Gibbs. We had a heart-to-heart discussion about his journey of self-discovery and coming out, his passion for meteorology…
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Ready to recapture the holiday magic of your childhood? Step into the enchanting world of Christmas through the eyes of my two children, Foster and Birdie, in this special festive episode. We kick things off with my nine-year-old son, Foster, who is buzzing with Christmas enthusiasm. From the joy of decorating the tree to his hope of being on Santa…
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Join me as I engage in a soulful conversation with the remarkable Jenny Brown. Jenny, a well-known yoga therapist and mental health practitioner, takes us on her journey of healing, living authentically, and promoting yoga in the Western world. Listen in as she recalls her time living in an ashram, her two-decade-long career as a yoga teacher, and …
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On November 30, Show-Me Institute hosted a virtual town hall on the future of supply-side economics beyond the legacies of Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher. Patrick Minford and Aaron Hedlund shared their insights and perspectives on the past, present, and future of supply-side economics, and answered audience questions.Produced by Show-Me Opport…
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Download the 2024 Blueprint for Missouri here: https://bit.ly/483bucEThe Show-Me Institute hosted a Virtual Town Hall on Wednesday, December 6, 2023. The presentation outlined the 2024 Blueprint for Missouri. The 2024 Blueprint: Moving Missouri Forward explores 16 policy areas in which common-sense reform could immediately and positively impact eve…
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In this episode, I have a heartwarming reunion with an old friend, Tyrone Eaton. Listen in as we reminisce about our BMX biking days in middle school and trace his journey from being a military brat to an accountant and finally finding his true calling in photography and videography. Tyrone shares insights on following your passion and the power of…
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What happens when you take a leap of faith and leave the conventional path to follow your passion? My special guest, Gervase Kolmos, knows a thing or two about this. Join us as we trace her journey from the glitz of Champaign Society, navigating an abrupt end due to the global pandemic, to her subsequent reinvention in the coaching realm. Gervase u…
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Can you feel the power of your own breath? Can you sense the subtle changes in your body and mind as you move and stretch? Unlock the healing power of therapeutic movement practices with me, Jennifer Hess Mitchell, your host for this soulful journey. We start by connecting with our breath and setting an intention. We pay close attention to our phys…
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When I first stumbled upon breathwork therapy, I was skeptical. But I quickly learned breathwork is a powerful tool. In this episode, I am joined by Nicole Rager, a breathwork therapist with a global clientele. Listen in as we explore her journey and the profound healing power of breathwork. We delve into the complexities of emotional healing, the …
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Susan Pendergrass speaks with Robert VerBruggen about his latest report "Making Metros Family-Friendly: Rankings and Suggestions" Read the full report here: https://bit.ly/3QoHgcQRobert VerBruggen is a fellow at the Manhattan Institute where he provides policy research, writes for City Journal, and contributes to special projects and initiatives in…
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Join me as I journey alongside Meaghan O'Brien, a single mom by choice who shares her unique path of forging through the demands of a high-powered career, navigating relationships, and eventually making the choice to freeze her eggs. Meaghan doesn’t hold back from the rollercoaster ride. Amidst the trials, her resilience shines through, and her sto…
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On Tuesday, October 24, 2023, National Review Institute's Kevin A. Hassett discussed his compelling memoir and analysis, "The Drift: Stopping America’s Slide to Socialism" at The World Chess Hall of Fame in St. Louis, Missouri. Event presented by: Show-Me Institute, National Review Institute, 97.1 FM Talk, and Show-Me Opportunity…
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Are you aware of the profound healing potential that exists within your very own body? Today, I have a conversation with Ashlee Manos, a master of acupuncture, massage therapy, and Chinese herbalism. Not only is she an expert in her field, but her journey with multiple sclerosis has inspired her unique approach to health and wellness. In this episo…
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Join us on a deep chat with Kathryn Budig, a celebrated yoga teacher and author, known for her unwavering commitment to authenticity and her tireless efforts to combat cultural appropriation in yoga through respect for lineage. Kathryn’s exceptional journey from rural Kansas to the international yoga stage is both inspiring and thought-provoking, a…
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In a candid talk with the ever-inspiring Sara Nelson, we journey through her personal experiences of hardship and healing. Sara, a woman who has bravely navigated postpartum depression, anxiety, and the tragic loss of her niece, is now using her experiences to empower others on their healing journeys. Together, we delve into her transformation and …
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What if you could tap into the power of your intuition amidst the information overload? Well, today we guide you on this path with our dear friend, Maria Kelly. She’s been on a life-altering journey of health, healing, and community building - from adopting a vegetarian lifestyle and practicing yoga in 1999 to inspiring teenagers as a seasoned high…
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Susan Pendergrass speaks with Randal O' Toole about his latest report "Is St. Louis Transit Built for the 2020s or the 1910s?"Randal O’Toole is a Research Fellow at the Independent Institute and Director of the American Dream Coalition, and Senior Economist at the Thoreau Institute. He has been Visiting Scholar at the College of Natural Resources a…
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Unearthing the past has an uncanny way of echoing the present and sparking a vivid flame for the future. Join us on a captivating journey as I sit down with ‘Jane,’ our pseudonym for this fiery woman in her 70s who brings to the forefront her life-long fight against the patriarchy and her unwavering commitment to women's rights. As we traverse thro…
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David Stokes and Avery Frank join Zach Lawhorn to discuss Show-Me Institute's latest report "Is St. Louis Transit Built for the 2020s or the 1910s?", short-term rental regulations in St. Louis City, property tax freezes for seniors, and more. Read the full study here: https://bit.ly/46ri4bPProduced by Show-Me Opportunity…
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Ever wondered how modern psychology and neuroscience could enhance your parenting techniques? I'm bringing you a thought-provoking episode featuring Jessica Hausknecht, a conscious parenting coach, who enlightens us on the critical role these disciplines play in raising emotionally intelligent children. Jessica shares her intriguing journey into be…
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Susan Pendergrass speaks with Michael J. Petrilli about his recent op-ed featured in The New York Times, titled 'We Can Fight Learning Loss Only With Accountability and Action'.Michael J. Petrilli is president of the Thomas B. Fordham Institute, research fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution, executive editor of Education Next, editor …
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