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Best Trinity Hills podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Trinity Hills podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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The church is a community with a shared purpose, in which faithful disciples find their place in contributing to the mission of building the kingdom. We will be looking at specific Gospel texts that deal with this concept of shared purpose. Having completed the study on our identity as God's children, we now turn to consider what it means to live out our identity in community by sharing our gifts with one another.
 
Homilies from Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral - Fr. Apostolos Hill, Dean of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Phoenix, AZ, delivers a timely message in a humorous and straightforward preaching style as he draws from his various life adventures to underscore the power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to save and to heal broken humanity.
 
We have been a friendly community church on the 67th Street Hill in Rutherford, PA, for over 100 years. Offering both traditional and contemporary worship. Listen to our Sunday sermons from Pastor Keith Blank and Ryan Martin. Our Vision Statement: We purpose to make disciples of Christ by *providing a climate in which personal spiritual growth and worship occur, *by encouraging Christians to consecrate themselves to God's purpose in their lives, *by equipping believers for effective ministry ...
 
Celebrity gossip blog Good Tea is finally a podcast and hosts Sam and Trinity don't hold back on anything in pop culture. The two BFFs tackle every juicy topic and celeb scandal they can with their hilarious sense of humour, bitchy comments and obsession with reality TV. If you love fun shade, petty gossip and pointless bitching - you'll love Good Tea.
 
Presented by Causeartist, Disruptors for GOOD explores social entrepreneurs around the world who have dedicated their lives to ethical fashion, impact investing, sustainable travel, and businesses that impact the world in a positive way. The founder of Causeartist, Grant Trahant, does one-on-one interviews with some of the most creative and impactful startups and brands around the world.
 
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God raised Jesus from the dead to provide His people with an everlasting relationship with them. God also desires for His people to have a similar relationship with each other. That is our high calling. Fortunately, through the presence of the Holy Spirit, God gives us tools to help live out that calling in relationship with one another. One thing …
 
In episode 57 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Robert Luo, founder of Mi Terro, on his biotech company that created protein fiber from milk waste that could revolutionize two of the largest industries in the world. Robert Luo first came face to face with the gargantuan issue of dairy waste during a visit to his uncle’s dairy farm in…
 
We dove back into the archives to better understand four of the greatest golf collapses of all time. DJ takes us through the 1966 US Open (7:00), Randy on Adam Scott's downfall at the 2012 British Open (32:30), Neil on a flurry of collapses at the 2005 US Open (57:30), and Soly on Greg Norman's defining unraveling at the 1996 Masters (1:11:30). We …
 
In episode 56 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Louisa Ziane, Co-founder of Toast Ale on creating beer from food waste and building sustainable collaborations with breweries around the world. With its signature beer made from surplus bread, Toast Ale is at the forefront of the fight against food waste, and the movement to make the fo…
 
Henrik Stenson has often been one of the most requested guests in our podcast history, and he's joins us to chat about his new podcast, growing up in Sweden, emerging from not one but two enormous slumps, and of course the 2016 British Open. We talk breaking clubs, how he spends his summers, the new tour schedule, the challenge it presents for Euro…
 
God raised Jesus from the dead to provide His people with an everlasting relationship with them. God also desires for His people to have a similar relationship with each other. That is our high calling. Fortunately, through the presence of the Holy Spirit, God gives us tools to help live out that calling in relationship with one another. What does …
 
In episode 1 of the Investing in Impact podcast, I speak with Peter Bruce-Clark, Partner at Social Impact Capital on funding ambitious entrepreneurs building world changing companies. Introducing the Investing in Impact podcast. Please subscribe here. Peter is Partner at Social Impact Capital. Peter was Head of Business Development at RCI, a invest…
 
Investing in Impact interviews Impact Investors, VC's, and Angel Investors from around the world to connect impact entrepreneurs with insight into funding, scalability, and company structure to inspire more impact companies around the world. The podcast is also intended to follow along the journey as I go through the path of raising $2 million for …
 
Rob Collins from King Collins Golf Course design joins us again to tell the Sweetens Cove story from the top. The little nine hole course with a shed for a clubhouse has become a cult favorite, and now features a celebrity packed ownership group, but it was many years of challenges, blood, sweat, and many tears before that became the reality. Rob t…
 
How good was that!? We recap a wild and fun Sunday by chatting through our favorite parts, the format, Brady's shaky play, Tiger's stripe show, cart cams, and a ton more. We also talk to producer Jeff Neubarth (19:30) who takes us inside the booth, and on course commentator Justin Thomas makes a great appearance as well (53:00). We discuss what mad…
 
In episode 55 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Lauren Paul and Molly Thompson, founders of the Kind Campaign on how girl-against-girl bullying in the digital age emotional affects young women and girls in America. Kind Campaign is the leading nonprofit ending the trend of girl-against-girl bullying. Founded by Lauren Paul and Molly …
 
"The Match" returns, pitting the Big Cat and Peyton against Phil and Tom Brady this Sunday at Medalist. In our preview show, presented by DraftKings, we talk with Jeff Neubarth, the producer of The Match, about what to expect with the television product, JT, Barkley, the carts, the mics, and a lot more. On the back end, we share our thoughts on the…
 
God raised Jesus from the dead to provide His people with an everlasting relationship with them. God also desires for His people to have a similar relationship with each other. That is our high calling. Fortunately, through the presence of the Holy Spirit, God gives us tools to help live out that calling in relationship with one another. Some relat…
 
In episode 54 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Matt Hill, founder of the global organization One Tree Planted on using trees to revitalize our planet and create jobs around the world. Matt Hill is the CEO and Founder of One Tree Planted, a reforestation nonprofit that was started in 2014. The company’s mission is to make it simple f…
 
We dove into the annals of history to each find a past event that featured some special carnage. We detail where things went wrong (or right, depending on how you look at it) in course setups, the high scores that ensued, the funny occurrences, and of course the classic quotes. The events include the 2004 US Open, the 2017 Bahamas Great Exuma Class…
 
In episode 53 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Trinity Heavenz, Founder and CEO of era92 on growing up in the slums of Uganda and escaping extreme poverty and violence through the love of technology. Trinity is a social entrepreneur from Kampala, Uganda with an incredible an inspiring story. He grew up in the extreme poverty, lived …
 
We each went our separate ways, researched a topic we wanted to talk about, and presented it to the group, show and tell style. Neil tackled Bryson's alarming weight gain, DJ takes us on a history tour of Pebble Beach, Soly goes deep on the OWGR, Tron explores future possibilities for the European Tour, and Big Randy tells us about the 2010 Crystal…
 
God raised Jesus from the dead to provide His people with an everlasting relationship with them. God also desires for His people to have a similar relationship with each other. That is our high calling. Fortunately, through the presence of the Holy Spirit, God gives us tools to help live out that calling in relationship with one another. The peace …
 
Webb Simpson joins for the first time, and we go deep on his golf swing, the Birdman, texting Tom Watson, his golf swing, the belly putter, and a ton more. Webb talks about how different it is trying to close out tournaments now compared to a decade ago, some of the other highlights and lowlights of his career, playing with Bubba in Ryder Cups, pla…
 
God raised Jesus from the dead to provide His people with an everlasting relationship with them. God also desires for His people to have a similar relationship with each other. That is our high calling. Fortunately, through the presence of the Holy Spirit, God gives us tools to help live out that calling in relationship with one another. Is your bu…
 
In episode 52 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Lauri-Ann Ainsworth, CEO of the Branson Centre of Entrepreneurship on inspiring tech entrepreneurs in the Caribbean Islands. The Branson Centre is Richard Branson's Caribbean business accelerator that focuses on helping social impact entrepreneurs scale their businesses for the growth o…
 
This one is going to be a bit more controversial. Who has gotten more love for resumes that might be a little light? We have a lot of different definitions of "overappreciated", and we fleshed these out over and hour and half, and narrowed it down to five overappreciated guys in golf history. You're not going to like some of the names thrown out.…
 
The names Nicklaus, Palmer, Jones, Snead, Sarazen, Tiger, and Phil all roll off the tongue easily when talking about some of the legends of the game. But who are some of the more underappreciated players in the game, both past and present? We each make our case for three guys, and ultimately decide on five underappreciated players. Some are names y…
 
Check out this special interview with Joe LaCava, Connecticut native and caddy for Tiger Woods. We talk about his childhood growing up and how he became a PGA caddy (01:10). We then talked about his time with Fred Couples and how that led to working with Tiger Woods (05:52). Plus, we look back at Tiger's 2019 Masters win, as Joe takes us hole by ho…
 
God raised Jesus from the dead to provide His people with an everlasting relationship with them. God also desires for His people to have a similar relationship with each other. That is our high calling. Fortunately, through the presence of the Holy Spirit, God gives us tools to help live out that calling in relationship with one another. As Jesus w…
 
In episode 51 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Carrie Rich, the Co-founder and CEO of The Global Good Fund on using capital to accelerate social impact. Carrie Rich is the co-founder and CEO of The Global Good Fund. Built by and for social entrepreneurs, The Global Good Fund was created in 2012 based on the belief that growing leade…
 
Complete Manuscript from the show: --------- Jeff: All right, everybody. Welcome back to another episode of home row. And on today's show, I finally have Patrick Shriner joining us. Patrick, how are you man? Patrick: Good. Thanks for having me. It's been awhile. Jeff: been awhile. We were supposed to record. Oh, good grief. I dunno. Maybe it's gott…
 
The mental side of golf is complicated, but Pia Nilsson and Lynn Marriott have set out to make it easier to understand and comprehend. Their book "Be a Player" is a great guide towards gaining confidence on the golf course. We don't do a lot of game improvement stuff on this podcast, but Soly swears that he cut measurable strokes off his game just …
 
Patrick Cantlay rose quickly through the amateur ranks, and burst onto the professional golf scene as a young amateur before leaving UCLA. He then encountered adversity on top of adversity with injury and personal tragedy, and has clawed his way back inside the top-10 in the world. He takes us through the near career-ending back injury, how he's st…
 
In episode 50 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Andy Rieger, the Co-founder and President of J.Rieger & Co Distillery on navigating the pandemic and turning their 50,000 sqf HQ into a full-time hand sanitizer production facility. It all started in Kansas city during 1887, only to meet an early demise in 1919 with the onset of the 18t…
 
The PGA Tour is scheduled to return at the Charles Schwab Challenge in June, and we discuss the new schedule, the downstream effects, what golf is going to look like when it comes back, and a lot more. Plus we take your voicemails on HR related issues, handicaps, captain's picks, and a bunch more.By NoLayingUp.com
 
Show Notes Are Dead. Long Live the Full Transcript. What do you think? ---------- Jeff Medders: All right, everybody. We'll come back to a another episode of home row. And I'm your host, Jeff Medders. And on today's show, I have author Wesley Hill on the program. He's written all kinds of books and it's just a joy to have him on, especially we're g…
 
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