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Grownup comedians Kelly Nugent and Lindsay Katai discuss the trashy teen horror of their awkward neon youth - from the rise of MTV to the fall of ... well, MTV. So tighten those side ponytails, push your pogs to one side, fire up your 56k dial-up modem, and subscribe. New episodes every Wednesday on the Forever Dog Podcast Network. All creepy opinions expressed are those of the hosts.
 
Produced by Orygen, Australia’s centre of excellence in youth mental health, the “Let’s talk: youth mental health, culture and identity’ podcast is a series of interesting and informative conversations exploring youth mental health and culture, designed particularly for the youth mental health workforce. You can find out more at www.orygen.org.au/letstalk
 
Youth Culture Today is a 60-second daily audio feature that will help equip adults to better understand and respond to the complex and rapidly changing world of their children and teens, all from a distinctively Christian perspective. For youth ministry resources be sure to check out CPYU.org or our friends at SimplyYouthMinistry.com who make this show possible. Tell them Walt sent you!
 
The Voices of Disruption Podcast is all about showcasing the visionaries of Generation Z and is hosted by the author of Unleashing Your Innovative Genius: High School Redesigned, Deborah Olatunji. This show is for young people with disruptive mindsets (early adapters to much-needed change) who are redesigning systems that do not work and do not serve their purposes anymore, all while having conversations about how to continue to turn our LOUD disruptions into IGNITED agency and CONSISTENT ac ...
 
The Inside Out podcast is a Sports, Arts and Culture focused podcast. Expect episodes with the 2 hosts and other guests to include on-the-spot analysis, topical discussions as well as interviews with leaders and influencers in the related subject matter. What's beginning as a non-live podcast will not only become live but also be video capable.
 
As part of their coursework in the module Broadcasting Technology on BSc (Hons) Entertainment Systems, students at WIT create some radio programmes as a final assignment. Typically, these are broadcast on Beat 102-103, thanks to our long-standing partnership withe South East's largest youth station. Every year, the students have made something different: documentaries, a nativity play, music gigs, comedy - it's largely driven by their own interests. This podcast collects these programmes.
 
The Rooted Youth Ministry Podcast aims to advance gospel centered youth ministry by equipping and empowering youth ministers and parents to faithfully disciple students toward lifelong faith in Jesus Christ. The Rooted Youth Ministry Podcast is part of the Rooted Family of Podcasts which also includes Ask Alice, All About Boys and Thanos to Theos. For more grace filled, gospel-centered, Bible saturated resources be sure to visit www.rootedministry.com.
 
As Told By Nomads features interviews with changemakers, global nomads, Third Culture Kids, and entrepreneurs discussing what it takes to be better inclusive and global leaders. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Viewpoint Podcast is a collection of radio broadcasts aimed at helping youth culture. On this page you will be able to find a link to every show created, as well as information about the guests we have on each show and organisations that can help with the topics discussed on each show. Viewpoint is created, produced and edited by Nikkita Beghi and Jonathon Russell. Viewpoint is recorded in the Parkside Building of Birmingham City University.
 
Justin Knowles & Matthew Ferrer have open and honest conversations about real-life hacks in student ministry. This fearsome threesome will talk about things they do in student/youth ministry and have some friends come and join the conversation to share real life, helpful, time saving and efficient hacks to help you do ministry better.
 
Cool For Thought brings young, diverse voices to the forefront of issues impacting society today. Each episode is a conversation that aims to highlight unique perspectives that are missing from popular discourse. America is the most diverse nation in human history yet we’re force fed the same ideas from the same people. It’s time we start paying attention to the new faces of America.
 
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Trusted by scientists and doctors worldwide, SALAD can and will blast your health and wellness into the stratosphere and/or heaven. SALAD is an improvised podcast by Brad and (usually) Julian.
 
So this is a podcast-ish. Audio, yes, but, what this really is, is a collection of talks, lectures, and workshops by Dr. Daniel White Hodge given over the years. The goal here is to learn and add to the knowledge base. Talks range from a variety of topics and are here, free, for anyone to engage with. Enjoy.
 
Generation Of The Cross is a dynamic program for the youth of this world. Hosted by Pastor Gabriel Swaggart of Crossfire Youth Ministry each Saturday at 11 am, Central Time. He is joined each week by a panel of members from Crossfire as they cover a broad range of subjects and their relation with the Cross of Christ. If you are a parent, grandparent, uncle, aunt, or anyone who knows a young person make sure you have them check out this program. It will bless all who listen. To find out more ...
 
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1970 was a long, long time ago. In September of that year, Ford introduced the Pinto. The supersonic Concorde landed for the first time at Heathrow Airport. The first New York city marathon was held. Both the Mary Tyler Moore show and Monday Night Football premiered. And along with all of that, I was fourteen years old and starting my freshman year…
 
In this episode, we discuss intersectionality and how mental health workers and systems can assist vulnerable young people to improve their health outcomes and wellbeing. Our first guest is, Dr Tinashe Dune, is Associate Professor in Inter-Professional Health Sciences at Western Sydney University. Dr Dune shares with us her research in marginalisat…
 
Samuel Unrau is Coordinator - Training, Community Inclusion and Support Services at Manitoba Possible. In this instalment of Our Next 100, Samuel shares his vision for Winnipeg's next 100 years. About Our Next 100: We invited community members representing various sectors and Cause areas to share their visions for Winnipeg’s next 100 years, and the…
 
Today, on our latest episode of the Cassandra Podcast, Cassandra welcomes back Emily Albright Miller, Senior Vice President of Big Red Rooster. Listen in to gain inside knowledge on what’s currently happening in the retail and QSR space, as well as some predictions and guidance for brands going into the holiday season. Miller shares some recent ins…
 
In today’s episode of the As Told by Nomads Podcast, join me and my guest, Radhika Dutt, as we talk about the five elements of a radical product. Radhika is an entrepreneur and product leader who has participated in four acquisitions, two of which were companies that she founded. Radhika is also the author of Radical Product Thinking: The New Minds…
 
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Episode Timeline: What You’ll Learn & Questions Answered 00:00 - Intro 00:48 - Introducing today’s topic & guests 02:01 - About Tekquiree 03:31 - About Mary Lou Burkhardt 05:55 - What it’s like to be diagnosed with breast cancer & The importance of getting mammograms 09:56 - Shocking trends in breast cancer rates 10:32- How did your cancer diagnosi…
 
Having access to healthy food and learning about cooking and nutrition are not only key to a child’s health and well-being ¬ they also set up lifelong healthy eating habits that can help kids reach their full potential. The Winnipeg Foundation launched Nourishing Potential to support after-school, drop-in, and summer programs to provide healthy foo…
 
A flourishing community includes a vibrant downtown. The Foundation’s official Downtown Green Spaces Strategy, launched in 2008, commits support to green space projects in our downtown. Many of our other grants have further enhanced the downtown landscape. Learn more about some of projects The Foundation has supported during the past 15 years: http…
 
In this episode we hear from two experienced clinicians who share some of what they have learned through their work and some of the key skills for assisting multicultural young people in mental health settings. Tess Jolley is our first guest. Tess is a senior practitioner in the Child, Youth and Family program at Foundation House (Western Region). …
 
In today’s episode of the As Told by Nomads Podcast, we welcome Patrick J. McGinnis once again to talk about the next phase of FOMO, also known as the “Fear Of Missing Out.” Patrick is a venture capitalist, a speaker, a writer, and the creator and host of the hit podcast FOMO Sapiens, which has surpassed 3 million downloads. He coined the term FOMO…
 
This week Kelly and Katai were joined by Madeline Queripel (Regular Show, Steven Universe, Infinity Train) in reading "Hardy Boys Case Files #86: Virtual Villainy" by Franklin Dixon, the touching story of a whiny video game developer pirating his own company's games to get back at his bosses for not laughing at his credit card prank. They talk bein…
 
Learn more about Creston Thomas and Christ the Redeemer Church here: https://ctrc.church/leadership Learn more about Autumn Ridge Community Church at www.AutumnRidgeCommunityChurch.com The Community Bible Reading Journal: https://www.thecbrjournal.com Learn more about Rooted Reservoir by visiting https://www.rootedreservoir.com/ Learn more about Ro…
 
REGISTER FOR THE SHOCK ABSORBER CONFERENCE 00:00 Intro 01:51 Defining what a para-church ministry is 02:36 Who is Leonie? 05:05 Cultural Artefact - The Blues Brothers 07:52 University ministry 12:43 The missional approach and it's links with para-church ministry 14:50 Sports chaplaincy 20:52 Sports chaplaincy at the Cronulla Sharks 29:42 Sports cha…
 
Mark Chipman is the Executive Chairman of True North Sports and Entertainment, Governor of the Winnipeg Jets, and Chair of the True North Youth Foundation. In this instalment of Our Next 100, Mark shares his vision for Winnipeg's next 100 years. About Our Next 100: We invited community members representing various sectors and Cause areas to share t…
 
We’re celebrating one year of the Voices of Disruption podcast on this week’s episode as well as the return of the podcast. After a much-needed break between the transition of summer to the new school year, the stories that need to be heard are coming in HOT from this space of vulnerability, empathy, and rejuvenation. One year ago, I sat in my fres…
 
This episode further explores the importance of identity for multicultural young people, families and communities in the youth mental health space. Our first guest in this episode is Sonya, who is an occupational therapist with over 12 years’ experience in mental health in a broad range of settings including public and private. She has worked with …
 
In today's episode of the As Told by Nomads Podcast, join me and Deana Jean as we speak about how one can be limitless in a life that is limited. Before, Deana was contented with staying on the frontlines of sales. But after a mentor made her realize how she could use her ability to connect to influence the development of others, Deana transitioned…
 
This week Kelly and Katai were joined by Danielle Radford (Misfits and Magic, Honest Trailers) in reading R.L. Stine's "The Sleepwalker," the touching story of a girl being gaslighted by her close-up magician boyfriend. They talked C. Pike v. Robert, never trusting Walker, MVP Hazel, trying to be the cool girlfriend, quippy moms, cold pasta salads …
 
Hey Teen Creeps Listeners! Seth Rogen’s new podcast sounds like nothing else. In Storytime with Seth Rogen, Seth puts his own spin on the traditional talk show format by turning every conversation with each guest into its own little audio documentary featuring archival footage, voice over, sound design and more. If you love stories, check out Story…
 
03 October 2021 Another Youth Ministry Podcast EP 65: When A Student Moves Away If you've been in ministry for any amount of time, you've had a student move away for various reasons...military family, missionary field, new jobs, relocation, etc. How do you effectively minister to those students as they prepare to leave your care? We tackle that in …
 
00:00 Intro 01:07 Who is Dave Lovell and his role at Christian Surfers 03:20 Cultural Artefact - The Ramones at Brighton Hotel Pier 06:08 Dave's background and becoming a Christian 17:13 Christian Surfers 19:32 God's song for us 26:15 Relational passion and purpose 28:53 Surfing culture + Australian culture 36:38 Christian Surfers + relational mini…
 
To honour the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, today's episode of BeCause Radio highlights stories focusing on truth and reconciliation in the community: The Honourable Murray Sinclair, LLB, MSC, IPC, shares his insights on Canada's journey of truth and reconciliation from Lighting the Way Forward: The Calls to Action in Action, a Vital C…
 
In today's episode of the As Told by Nomads Podcast, join me and Nabeeha Kazi Hutchins as we talk about why flexible funding is imperative to movement making and advocacies. As a third-culture kid, Nabeeha shares how her lived experiences of multi-culturalism helped her to grow up resilient and with an open mind. Now, as the President and CEO of PA…
 
In our first episode, we begin to explore some large ideas. What is culture? And how do culture, mental health and identity intersect? Our first guest is Wardandi Noongar man Oliver Tye, who is the First Nations Statement of Commitment Coordinator at Orygen. Oliver shares the different ways of seeing culture, mental health and identity of First Nat…
 
Produced by Orygen, Australia’s centre of excellence in youth mental health, the “Let’s talk: youth mental health, culture and identity" podcast is a series of interesting and informative conversations exploring youth mental health and culture, designed particularly for the youth mental health workforce. You can find out more at www.orygen.org.au/l…
 
Today’s episode is our season finale, and I’ve wanted to sit down for a conversation with our next guest since the second I heard him speak. If you’ve never heard Mr. Kevin Lamoureux speak before, you’re in for a treat. Kevin is an award winning scholar, professor, public speaker, advocate and so much more. I sat down with Kevin Lamoureux, to talk …
 
This week Kelly and Katai are joined by Mike Trapp (College Humor, Um Actually) to breakdown "The Window" by Carol Ellis, the touching story of a girl trying to re-enact Alfred Hitchcock's "Rear Window" to very boring results. They talk "The Window" by Carol Ellis, ciphers, a little book called "The Window" by Carol Ellis, little peepers, hot wet b…
 
This week on @inside_outpodcast we sit down and chat with Aatara Johnson. She is the Host and Producer of the dating and relationships podcast, The Tarascope Podcast. @tarascope_ .We delve into the dating dynamics of young millennials and how the current technology driven culture has changed the overall expectations of todays single individuals.…
 
27 September 2021 Another Youth Ministry Podcast EP 64: Preaching Your Sermon...to Students In this episode we handle the second part of preparing your sermon for teens, PREACHING! Do you preach to your students, whether it looks exactly the same as a Sunday Morning, how we present the material we've studied the past week is important. We handle: -…
 
01:04 The green Kombi + Shock Absorber Conference (30 Oct, 2021) 08:06 Cultural Artefact: The 2000s Golden Age of Television + The Rise of the Anti-Hero + the iPhone 10:36 Revisiting Relational Youth Ministry 14:31 The importance of historical perspective 17:24 Root investigates the history of culture + Incarnational theology 26:34 How high schools…
 
On the night before his death, Jesus prayed what’s now become known as his high priestly prayer. As he prayed the will of the Father for his disciples in all times and all places, he said, “I do not ask that you take them out of the world, but that you keep them from the evil one. They are not of the world just as I am not of the world. Sanctify th…
 
S. Lesley Sacouman is the Executive Director of Holy Names House of Peace and was a Board Member of The Winnipeg Foundation from 2002-2016. In this instalment of Our Next 100, S. Lesley shares her vision for Winnipeg's next 100 years. About Our Next 100: We invited community members representing various sectors and Cause areas to share their vision…
 
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