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The Heart of a Friend podcast was born out of a desire to share some of the most important things learned from a lifetime of experience. It is hosted by Andy Wiegand. Andy retired in 2017 after 40 years of pastoral ministry. He and his wife reside in Sylvania, Ohio. They have raised six children and are now very happy to be grandparents. Andy grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and received his education at Harvard University (B.A. ’73) and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (M.Div. ’78). I ...
 
REEL Ladies is a Professional Women's Organization & Community in the Film and Entertainment Industry to promote, encourage, motivate, and educate fellow women in the industry. With our numerous programs, we provide and equip filmmakers with the necessary tools to succeed in Hollywood! REEL Ladies provides various platforms where filmmakers gain industry insights from all aspects of filmmaking. From in depth and intimate interviews, workshops, panels, special events, and more to our innovati ...
 
Learn how the world’s top lawyers are forging new career paths, winning the best opportunities and shaping the future of the legal industry. This is a podcast featuring interviews with Law Firm Partners, General Counsels, Legal Leaders and rising stars, uncovering the personalities, traits and habits of the legal industry's top-performers.New episodes every Wednesday.
 
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Lawrence Gowan, co-lead vocalist and keyboardist for the band Styx, shares how it's going on the road as Styx tours promoting their album Crash of the Crown. Lawrence and Jessie talk about: How the pandemic affected Styx Touring after the isolation of the pandemic The success of the album, The Mission New album, Crash of the Crown Lawrence's abilit…
 
Over the course of the past weeks, the EU’s agenda was filled with Indo-Pacific related developments ranging from the successful release of the EU’s Indo-Pacific strategy to shock linked to the cancellation of the French military sale to Australia and the announcement of the AUKUS alliance. In this episode, we talk with Mr. Gunnar Wiegand, the Mana…
 
On the show this week I welcomed back one of the most knowledgeable and engaging experts in legal business development I have ever spoken to, Kim Wiegand, Founder of Julip Advisory and Partner at beaton. Kim has worked in Australia and Internationally for a range of leading legal service providers and brings deep expertise to our discussions on bus…
 
Highlights: A Terrible Duty - Episode 28 I said in a previous chapter that chastity was the most unpopular of the Christian virtues. But I am not sure I was right. I believe the one I have to talk of today is even more unpopular: the Christian rule, “Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself.” Because in Christian morals “thy neighbor” includes “thy …
 
P.C. Smith shares her debut novel, The Shingle Weaver's Picnic, written in her mid-eighties. P.C. and Jessie talk about: What inspired her to write her first book in her mid-eighties Creating in mid-life and beyond P.C.'s life experiences that went into her book: living in northern Washington state, growing up in the Depression, WWII, small-town li…
 
Christina Gallina-Flood shares how Healing Hearts Home provides a community of support to women and girls who have been abused. Christina and Jessie talk about: How to find help to recover from abuse trauma S.H.O.U.T. groups and how they work What it takes to heal from past hurts Learn more at : https://www.healingheartshome.org/…
 
Dylan Thuras, co-author of Gastro Obscura: A Food Adventurer's Guide, shares his curiosity about local dishes and how food influences culture. In this episode, Dylan and Jessie discuss: What makes a food unusual Foods unique to Michigan What happens when you look for Vernors in Washington The more disgusting aspects of producing some foods How food…
 
This week on the show I sat down with the one and only Alex Su, Head of Community Development at Ironclad, and the hands down most entertaining lawyer on Tik Tok! Alex was a lawyer at a leading US firm before running his own practice and then making the move into legal tech sales and business development. You may however know Alex from his short vi…
 
Lynette Rice is an editor-at-large at Entertainment Weekly and the author of How to Save a Life: The Inside Story of Grey's Anatomy. Listen as she shares what it was like to cover the show as a journalist and what she loves about the people she met along the way. Lynette and Jessie talk about: How Patrick Dempsey's public image evolved with his por…
 
France, as an Indo-Pacific power, plays a unique role in EU discussions on engagement with the region. Paris’ security-minded approach to the Indo-Pacific region distinguishes it from other European capitals. But, as AUKUS controversy shows, France’s ambitions in the region are being challenged, as its partners prioritize capabilities to respond to…
 
As tensions are increasing in the Indo-Pacific, the EU is exploring ways to contribute to the security framework in the region. In doing so, the bloc has to navigate the complex dynamics between its ambitions and capabilities as well as reactions from both China and like-minded partners. But what exactly is the EU’s objective in the security realm …
 
Highlights: How to Make Marriage Work: Two important keys to making marriage work. First - The determination that marriage is for life. “Christianity teaches that marriage is for life…a man and wife are to be regarded as a single organism…”one flesh.” They (various churches) all regard divorce as something like cutting up a living body…some think t…
 
Juliette Fay tackles the ups and downs of recovering from alcohol addiction in her book, Catch Us When We Fall. In this episode, Juliette and Jessie talk about: Having family members that struggle with addiction Losing someone you love to addiction Healing from past addiction Alcoholics Anonymous Creating community to help with healing Learn more a…
 
China’s real estate giant Evergrande has been making headlines for a while now. Having accumulated more than 300 million USD in debt, Evergrande – one of the largest property developers on earth – is at the brink of collapse. On Monday, trading of Evergrande’s shares was suspended on the Hong Kong stock exchange. The week before, it missed a key bo…
 
With the present mental health crisis in Australia, and following the recent suicide of a colleague, Mike speaks openly in this insight show about his struggles with anxiety and the need to keep asking the "r u ok"? question and really mean it. Mike shares a little about his journey with what is at times crippling anxiety and stress. From the lesso…
 
David Rubenstein, host of Bloomberg TV’s The David Rubenstein Show and author of several books, talks about the interviews he conducted for his most recent work, The American Experiment. David searched out the core qualities, or DNA, that make-up the American people and their way of life. David and Jessie discuss: David's interviews with Cal Ripken…
 
Carrie Leskowitz is an award-winning interior designer and a certified life coach. Blending these two passions, she helps people connect their inner lives to their home environments. In this episode, Carrie and Jessie talk about: The meaning of "om" Signs in your home that your inner life is out of balance Redecorating after major life changes What…
 
On September 26, Germany held its first election in 16 years without Angela Merkel. Her party, the Christian Democratic (CDU) and its Bavarian sister party, the Christian Social Union (CSU) suffered great losses, receiving only 24.1 percent of the votes. The center-left Social Democratic Party (SPD) won by a small margin with 25.7 percent. The Gree…
 
Bruce Boise worked for a pharmaceutical company that marketed opioids to doctors for off-label use. Learn how Bruce broke out of the system and became an whistle blower, alerting the FDA, doctors, and consumers about the dangerous effects of off-label prescribing. In this episode, Bruce and Jessie talk about: Opioid addiction Opioid overdose deaths…
 
Deutschland hat gewählt. Unter einer neuen Bundesregierung könnte sich auch in der deutschen China-Politik einiges ändern. Angela Merkel verfolgte einen vor allem auf Kooperation gerichteten Ansatz. Doch wie stehen die Parteien, die bald über Koalitionsoptionen verhandeln, zu China? FDP und Grüne, die vermutlich Juniorpartner in der künftigen Regie…
 
Mere Christianity | Part5 | Good Sex - Highlights “Some muddle-headed Christians have talked as if …sex, or the body, or pleasure, were bad in themselves. But they are wrong. Christianity is almost the only one of the great religions which thoroughly approves of the body - which believes that matter is good, that God Himself once took on a human bo…
 
Sivan Hong's Super Fun Day series of children's books celebrate neurodiversity and help kids understand themselves and others. In this episode, Sivan and Jessie talk about Emily D. And the Frightful First Day, a book that explores the feelings that arise foe Emily before the first day of school. Learn more about Sivan and her book here: https://siv…
 
Rap music, horror movies, slow drip coffee and equity disputes - what do they all have in common? The one and only lawyer and host of Coffee and a Case Note, James d’Apice! James is a Special Counsel at Chamberlains with a practice that straddles commercial and litigation work. As well as being a great lawyer James has built a strong personal brand…
 
TV Writer and author Britta Lundin shares how she related to main character Mara in her book, Like Other Girls. Mara is struggling to discover where she fits in with her friends, family, and team mates in high school, and Britta uses her writing skills to dive deep into the questions Mara has about herself and the world around her. Learn more about…
 
About Politics: “Christianity has not and does not profess to have, a detailed political program. We are given the golden rule, ‘Do as you would be done by.’ But how that should be applied…to a particular society at a particular time is not specified for us. “That is why people who are fighting for quite opposite things can both say they are fighti…
 
Shannon Hale & LeUyen Pham talk about their graphic novel, Friends Forever, a glimpse into Shannon's 8th grade life in the 1980s. Join us for a fun conversation about bad perms, perfectionism, and beauty magazines and the constantly changing season of adolescence. Learn more about Shannon Hale here: https://shannonhale.com/ Learn more about LeUyen …
 
Robert Bathurst, British actor and stage performer, shares his work as narrator of Louse Penny's The Madness of Crowds and many other Inspector Gamache novels. Roberts talks about interpreting characters for narration along with the moral dilemma Gamache faces in the novel, and he also discusses how he has been mistaken for Jeff Daniels. Hear the b…
 
On the show this week we hosted the brilliant Gemma Bunner & Kerri Shaw of Shaw & Bunner Legal. As the founders of a fast growing personal injuries law firm in regional Australia Gemma and Kerri have a unique and fascinating story to tell. We spoke about the challenges and benefits of starting your own firm, how they grew the business within the lo…
 
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