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Join Doug Fields, Josh Griffin, Katie Edwards & Jason Carson for another weekly "team meeting." They will dive into your youth ministry questions, take time to encourage you, discuss ministry, and laugh together. It is just enough youth ministry so you don't feel guilty for listening. Check out some of the amazing resources and fantastic youth worker community at: http://downloadyouthministry.com
 
The Longer Haul’s Jody Livingston and Chris Trent help you survive and thrive in your Youth Ministry or Student Ministry by giving you practical helps, tips, resources, and how-to’s. Get help through interviews and training to be more effective in your preaching, teaching, leading, partnering with families, building Youth Ministry teams, Youth Ministry events, managing your Youth Ministry and more. Whether you are a veteran, rookie, paid, or volunteer Youth Pastor, Youth Minister or Youth Wo ...
 
Today's youth need youth pastors, mentors, teachers, volunteers, and most of all, they need YOU! Youth Worker On Fire is designed to give you the knowledge and inspiration you need to be the best youth worker possible. Youth Worker On Fire podcast is full of valuable information from people who work with youth on a daily basis. Listen as they share their stories of mentoring and positively influencing adolescents in today's world. This is Youth Worker On Fire!
 
Youth ministry is not a solo sport, but far too often youth workers feel like they have to do it alone. We are here to help with that. Every week some of the top United Methodist youth workers offer free resources from their real-world ministries. You’ll find everything from games to downloadable lessons to coaching on how to put together a budget. We hope that when you get online to work, you don’t feel like you have to do it all yourself. We want to be the first place you turn for games, l ...
 
Join Doug Fields, Josh Griffin, Katie Edwards & Jason Carson in the longest-running youth ministry podcast on the planet. It's another weekly "team meeting." They dive into your youth ministry questions, take time to encourage you, discuss ministry, and laugh together. It is just enough youth ministry so you don't feel guilty for listening. Check out some of the amazing resources and fantastic youth worker community at: http://downloadyouthministry.com
 
The Student Ministry Podcast is for any person serving and leading teenagers and young adults. The show content is aimed at helping youth pastors, small group leaders, Young Life leaders, college pastors, young adult pastors, and campus ministry directors and interns for ministries such as RUF, Navigators, Cru, Intervarsity BSM, FCA, and Chi Alpha. The show content will also be relevant to parents, teachers, and educators. This podcast is hosted by author and speaker Kenneth Ortiz. The podca ...
 
Dare To Soar will empower, encourage, and strengthen! Doctor R.C. will share some of the services and resources that promote educational success for the youth today. She has been employed as a Social Worker for over 20 years she will share with all who are tuned in valuable lessons that learned through her work experiences as to why the primary role of a School Social Worker should be to serve as a liaison/child advocate while collaborating and consulting with not only students, but parents, ...
 
Atara is a Social Justice Advocate, motivational speaker, a TRUE survivor of domestic violence & depression. Join her on STAO RADIO SHOW which stands for Sound the Alarm Outreach as she educates, empowers, and inspires the community around the globe on how to LIVE AGAIN. Visit ataraestes.com to book your free 30-minute workshop and 15 min Q&A. Background of work and affiliation of topics we will address but not limited to so that will help us to move our community forward. St. Louis Ending V ...
 
BetterBreeders aim to make sense of modern life. Can a man ride his motorised scooter into the post office, should an office worker wear their ID badge on weekends and why don't the youth like hair on their bodies. Just some of the topics that the BetterBreeders discuss on a weekly basis.
 
A weekly podcast hosted by Kenny and Elle Campbell from StuffYouCanUse.org. Every episode of Youth Ministry Answers features a question about youth ministry / student ministry submitted by youth workers, youth pastors, and volunteers just like you! You ask the youth ministry questions, we search for the answers. Submit yours at YMAnswers.com!
 
Young NTUC is the official youth wing of the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC). Launched in April 2005, Young NTUC represents working adults aged below 35 years old and currently has a membership base of more than 150,000, making it the largest youth movement in Singapore.
 
Truce is a history podcast about the Christian Church, from pyramid schemes to political campaigns. Is the US a Christian nation? Why do some Christians like Donald Trump? Season three explores how the rise of communism and socialism in Russia changed the American Christian Church. Podcast Magazine says Truce is, "reminiscent of Malcolm Gladwell". Truce is hosted by Chris Staron, writer/ director of the films "Bringing up Bobby" and "Between the Walls", and author of "Cradle Robber".
 
If you are a successful solopreneur, consultant, independent contractor or gig worker this podcast is for you. You'll get simple, straightforward tips to help you master your finances and action items to help you be a better business owner, a better spouse, a better parent, and ultimately a better you. Join Solopreneur finance expert, Gabe Nelson for the journey!
 
The Hunt Fish Journal is a educational podcast hosted by Greg Barnhart, Dan Stapleton and Jerry Everhart with a passion for promoting archery, hunting and fishing in the great outdoors. Greg Barnhart is a custom wood worker with a great love of the outdoors, hunting and fishing. Greg started shooting archery around 14 years of age and was fascinated with the flight of the arrow from his youth. Greg started Deer hunting in 1978 in the Wayne National Forest in Southern Ohio. Greg is an avid Ba ...
 
Welcome to Talent Magnet- brought to you by Pacific Mountain Workforce Development Council, the podcast where we help businesses become talent magnets by focusing on recruitment, training, and retention best practices. Your hosts are Michele Winn and Sytease Geib from the Thurston County Chamber’s Workforce Division.
 
A podcast focused on Next Generation Ministry at all levels. From Pastors to Parents, from Vocational to Volunteer, from the church of 50 to the church of 5,000 we are all about the Next Gen Worker. Our vision is uplift and encourage, to help them see their work as a calling, a profession to which they have been uniquely equipped, and to grow as experts in their field.
 
Every week Heather, Diane, and Brian bring you discussions about socialism and anti-capitalism as well as revolutionary activism and art. Times are hard both inside and outside The Great Nation of New Jersey and the NJRR will inspire you to get out there and create the world you want. Subjects range from interviews with authors and activists to panel discussions about the latest politics and issues facing the world. If you believe in the power of grassroots organizing then NJRR might be the ...
 
The American Health Podcast is created by the Bloomberg American Health Initiative, a project of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The Initiative works to tackle some of the most pressing challenges to public health in the United States: Addiction and Overdose, Environmental Challenges, Obesity and the Food System, Risks to Adolescent Health and Violence. Visit http://americanhealth.jhu.edu to learn more.
 
The IAIABC is an international association of workers' compensation regulatory agencies, as well as private sector organizations involved in workers' compensation systems. The IAIABC provides education and resources on workers' compensation policy, regulation, and administration.
 
Foundering is a new serialized podcast from the journalists at Bloomberg Technology. Each season, Foundering brings you inside a different high-stakes drama from Silicon Valley, where its companies are wielding unprecedented capital and power.
 
inSocialWork is the podcast series of the University at Buffalo School of Social Work. The purpose of this series is to engage practitioners and researchers in lifelong learning and to promote research to practice, practice to research. inSocialWork features conversations with prominent social work professionals, interviews with cutting-edge researchers, and information on emerging trends and best practices in the field of social work.
 
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Whether you are a returning veteran or a first year youth worker, the start to every season is a critical time to refocus on the most important behaviours. Mapping out key actions will not only give you confidence heading into the ministry season, but it will also help you be the best small group leader, mentor, or youth leader in the lives of yout…
 
Alyse McConnell is a mindset expert and executive coach who is here on the Solopreneur Money podcast to help us understand our limiting beliefs. Alyse started her solopreneur journey years ago when she left her corporate job behind. She didn’t intentionally become a solopreneur, she was just consulting until she could find that next corporate job. …
 
You can find more about the Youth Worker Coaching Cohort here. All youth workers are welcome to join in this unique coaching experience that will help you be better, dream again, and find people that know what it’s like to be a youth worker. Lisette has written a book about Waking Up to the Stories about Race and Reconciliation. As a long time yout…
 
This week’s episode is a conversation with Kismet Meyon, Dr. Maggie Inchley, and Dr. Sylvan Baker from The Verbatim Formula. The Verbatim Formula is “a participatory research project for care-experienced young people. It uses verbatim theatre techniques, listening and dialogue to work with young people, care leavers, social workers, and universitie…
 
Welcome back to the Hunt Fish Journal!! It's been a while but we're hitting the ground running with the continuing of the Rut Roundup of the 2019 deer season. We decided to release some of the Rut roundups this fall to help fan the flames for the 2020 deer season. In this show you will hear from Tommy Engram in Ohio on how his season went. Tommy al…
 
Professor Enrico Giovannini, former Italian Minister of Labour and Social Policies and FEPS Secretary General László Andor Professor Enrico Giovannini, former Italian Minister of Labour and Social Policies, is the special guest of the 50th edition of FEPS Talks. Secretary General László Andor interviews him during an online festival that commemorat…
 
The owners of some of Philadelphia’s hottest restaurants are trying to encourage young people to staff the polls on Election Day by offering them free lunches that will be delivered to the polling places where they’ll be posted on November 3rd. KYW Newsradio’s Hadas Kuznits chats with Mission Taqueria owner Daniel McLaughlin about “Fuel The Polls,”…
 
Avoiding type 2 diabetes is always a good thing for your health. But health professionals say that diabetes is one of several underlying conditions that could make the symptoms of COVID-19 more severe and potentially deadly. In this story we meet Marilyn Morgan, of Johnson County, and Connie Godsey Duvall, of Cumberland County, two eastern Kentucki…
 
When COVID struck last Spring, the KIND Foundation wanted to get KIND bars to frontline workers and quickly put a system in place to do so. It didn’t take long for them to realize that other companies might be in the same boat so they created the Frontline Impact Project to help companies get needed products and resources directly to frontline work…
 
Not every teenager in your community is able-bodied, which means that in order for everyone to experience a gospel-centered community there must be ministries that are welcoming for teenagers with disabilities. Perhaps your group has teenagers with physical disabilities that are easy to spot, or maybe you’ve noticed that some teenagers struggle cog…
 
The generation of students we’re all ministering to right now is going through unprecedented times… or are they? More on that in a minute. Ok, let’s acknowledge the elephant in the room. It’s been a while since you’ve heard from us. Like you, Jody and I have been trying to navigate doing youth ministry in COVID and learning new rhythms for how we d…
 
On June 29th, the National Economic Transition, or NET, platform was released to the public. Built on community driven solutions, over 80 local, regional and national leaders worked together for several years to develop a framework for large scale investments to assist communities hardest hit by the changing coal economy. Heidi Binko, executive dir…
 
The Kentucky Labor Day Town Hall was held virtually on September 7 because of COVID 19, the virus that has now infected 58,000 Kentuckians and killed more than 1,000 of our friends and neighbors. COVID 19 is also devastating our economy. Nearly 40% of KY workers have applied for unemployment, the highest rate in the country. Meanwhile The US Senate…
 
In Indonesia, unclear work contracts, unlimited workloads and poor working conditions are just a few examples of issues that plague domestic workers. In a country with approximately 4 million domestic workers, is the government doing enough to safeguard their rights and well-being? On today’s episode of Southeast Asia Dispatches, Editor in Chief Ai…
 
Listen in on the September 15, 2020 Child Welfare Worker Recognition Event to get reconnected to the heart work and hear Robin Leake, Jerry Milner, Victor Sims, Courtney Canova, and Dr. Lakeya Cherry express their appreciation for how you've adjusted your practice to serve families and children under such unprecedented and challenging conditions. T…
 
On this episode of Appointed, we continue our guaranteed livable income discussion with Senator Murray Sinclair and Dr. Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair. Senator Sinclair, Dr. Sinclair, and Kim discuss the social, health and economic impacts of poverty and racism on our society; the ongoing economic marginalization of Indigenous Peoples; how division …
 
Welcome to #NJRR Live! We open up tonight by thanking everyone who supports us, including the August Agency, The Coffeehouse of New Jersey, and Blissful Infusions. We are also grateful to all of our co-hosts for bringing their perspectives to #NJRR Live. This week, we welcome back Lark as guest co-host. Practice What You Preach When you sit at a ta…
 
Have you seen the comical T-Shirt based on the 1985 movie Back To The Future? It depicts the absent-minded Doc instructing young Marty McFly, “Whatever you do Marty, don’t go to 2020!” This has been a very strange year. All of us have had multiple challenges to navigate. In the midst of it all, youth culture marches on as does our responsibility to…
 
Philly chef Yehuda Sichel, known for opening restaurants Abe Fischer and Citron and Rose with Michael Solomonov and Steve Cook’s restaurant group Cook and Solo, has gone out on his own, opening his very first restaurant in Rittenhouse Row. KYW’s Hadas Kuznits chats with Sichel about his new restaurant Huda, Jewish American cuisine and cooking brisk…
 
Danny Dorling, Professor of Geography at the University of Oxford and David Rinaldi, FEPS Director of Studies & Policy Europe is a united continent despite its differences; some of the EU member states are about the better performing countries in terms of equality, others aren’t. Professor Dorling observes that economic prosperity is actually highe…
 
September 16th is World PLAY-DOH Day and we can’t think of a better time than a global pandemic to celebrate a product that brings joy to kids and is truly timeless. PLAY-DOH and their partner Save The Children have launched a back to school effort called Cans of Kindness that involves a corporate donation of 1 million cans of PLAY-DOH to Save the …
 
On this episode of Appointed, we continue our guaranteed livable income discussion with Paul Taylor, the Executive Director of FoodShare Toronto. Mr. Taylor discusses the origins of food banks in Canada and their ineffectiveness in addressing food insecurity, and the ways in which racism, social services, and income and housing inequality intersect…
 
When strikes broke out in the 1930's, some wealthy members of the US elite got together... to pray. One of the organizers of prayer groups across the country was Abraham Vereide. In this episode of Truce we tell the story of how Vereide became one of the most influential non-elected men of his time... and how his movement took a dark turn as reveal…
 
Are you ready to transition from being an employee to becoming a solopreneur? If so, that means it’s time to get your ducks in a row to make sure that you and your family are prepared financially. There are 7 categories that you’ll want to consider to make sure you are ready to make the leap. You want to ensure that your standard of living stays th…
 
In this episode, our guests Drs. Patricia Logan-Greene and Mickey Sperlich describe their work exploring social work practice and our ability to decrease gun violence. With calls to "send in the Social Workers rather than the police" filling the national dialogue related to racial disparities in policing, our guests discuss why the Social Work prof…
 
What causes a beloved Old City bakery to relocate? KYW Newsradio’s Hadas Kuznits chats with restaurateur Ellen Yin about the struggles and highlights of High Street on Market through the years, plus the secret Willy Wonka way they’ll be announcing their new location. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.…
 
Welcome to #NJRR Live! Hello, everyone, and welcome to #NJRR Live, coming at you live every Wednesday at 8PM EST! We begin tonight’s episode by remembering Kevin Zeese. Kevin was a dedicated activist and a powerhouse of the left. Our deepest sympathies go to our comrades as we mourn this loss together. A tribute to Kevin can be found here on our we…
 
Salma Bava, Professor and Jean Monnet Chair, Centre for European Studies, at J. Nehru University in New Delhi, and Hedwig Giusto, FEPS Senior Policy Advisor and editor-in-chief of the Progressive Post Ahead of the United Nations General Assembly and on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the UN, Salma Bava, Professor and Jean Monnet Chair, Cent…
 
With all of us wearing masks and gloves nearly every time we leave our homes due to the COVID pandemic, what's the environmental impact of all this PPE? As you can imagine, it's NOT GOOD - particularly given these items are now considered contaminants and not recyclable through local recyclers. In this episode of Cause Talk Radio, Megan talks to Ky…
 
On this week’s episode of Arts Salvatore speaks with Kassandra Helibron of Mentoring the Stars a Youth-Led Tutoring and Mentorship program. This program is focused on developing an individual approach to helping improve the learning and daily lives of the children they work with. This organization is entirely digital where staff work remotely to pr…
 
Jason Van Camp, decorated Green Beret, author of Deliberate Discomfort, and Founder and Chairman of Mission Six Zero, joins the program to discuss his Total Warrior Model, training that helps translate individual performance to team outcomes for business, as well as his NFL team clients. We also discuss the work that his non-profit Warrior Rising i…
 
On September 5, 2020 the revolutionary left lost a giant. Kevin Zeese was the Co-Director of Popular Resistance a key organizer for Occupy Wall Street, a Green Party Organizer, and a member of the Venezuelan Embassy Protection Collective.He started his activism as a lawyer with NORML advocating for cannabis legalization starting in 1980. He is surv…
 
Whether or not you are in a leadership position at your youth ministry you are recognizing that there are new complexities when it comes to ministering to teenagers. Everyone is adapting and trying to learn from each other so that the evangelism and discipleship of the next generation continues in every community. That’s why today’s conversation is…
 
Episode 33 Guests: André Marcel Harris, BSW; Dashawna J. Fussell-Ware, MSW; Deana Ayers, BSW; Vivian Taylor, MSW Host: Charla Cannon Yearwood, LSW www.dointhework.com Listen/Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify Follow on Twitter & Instagram, Like on Facebook Join the mailing list Support the podcast Download transcript T…
 
On this episode of Appointed, we continue our discussion on guaranteed livable income with the co-chair of the Basic Income Canada Youth Network, Chloe Halpenny. Chloe and Fregine explore the impact a guaranteed livable income could have on young people in Canada; decimate myths and stereotypes surrounding youth and work-ethic; and discuss the work…
 
The past few months have shown us that not even a pandemic can slow down advocacy or activism. Globally, people from across the world continue to mobilize against injustice. In the United States, activists have taken their grievances to the streets to fight back against police brutality and racism; in Hong Kong, the pandemic has not dampened the an…
 
On this mini episode of Appointed, we continue our discussion on guaranteed livable income with the Hassan Yussuff, President of the Canadian Labour Congress. Mr. Yussuff speaks about the importance of social programs for workers; his role as President of the Canadian Labour Congress; the intersection of workers’ issues and social assistance progra…
 
Welcome to #NJRR Live! Tonight, for the first time, #NJRR Live aired directly from the homepage of the our website. Our audience is to thank for what we’ve been able to achieve this far. Please keep sharing, re-tweeting and donating to keep us going! Tonight we are going to be talking about infiltration and toxicity in the police force, and how tha…
 
Francesca Bria, President of the Italian National Innovation Fund and Justin Nogarede, FEPS Digital Policy Advisor Francesca Bria, President of the Italian National Innovation Fund is the guest of this #FEPSTalks episode presented by Justin Nogarede, FEPS Digital Policy Advisor. We look at how the corona-crisis has changed the discussion around dig…
 
A recent Harris Poll commissioned by National 4-H Council and Microsoft found that 21% of teens don’t have internet access at home but instead rely on schools, libraries, and other public places to get access. Teens without reliable access to broadband said they felt less confident in their skills and in their long-term social and economic prospect…
 
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