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Each episode of Halfway There features an ordinary Christian sharing their story of spiritual formation on the journey of life with God. Go beyond the classic Christian testimony into the ups and downs, the joys and the difficulties of being a Christian in the 21st century. Our guests offer insights and hope from their own stories. If you ever wondered if God is active and alive, this show is for you.
 
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Cradled in Hope

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Cradled in Hope

Ashley Opliger of Bridget's Cradles

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Jesus cradles us in hope as He cradles our babies in Heaven. What if the hope of Heaven had the power to heal your heart after the loss of your baby? Miscarriage, stillbirth, and infant loss are heartbreaking experiences that no mother should ever have to endure. Drowning in sadness, you cry out in pain, "God, where are You? Why did You let my baby die?" You feel abandoned by Him and question His goodness. How will you ever live without your precious baby? Will you ever see him or her again? ...
 
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Beyond Crohn's

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Beyond Crohn's

Rachel Huban @beyondcrohns

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Join Rachel on the Beyond Crohn’s podcast where you’ll find guidance on how to navigate life with Crohn’s in a more unconventional way. Meds are helpful but there are lots of other aspects of health that you can manage too. She's lived with Crohn’s for over 20 years and is sharing her experience with you all so you can get to the root cause of why you developed Crohn’s.Check out @beyondcrohns on Instagram and feel free to share your experience too.
 
What would a law firm built by the founders of Disney, Four Seasons, Amazon, and Zappos look like? Lawyers (and other professionals) aren't in the same "service" industry as those companies, but that doesn't mean we can't benefit from employing their rigorous service mindsets. We give you inspiration and tactics to smooth out your processes, bolster your reputation, and increase your revenue - every episode of Five Star Counsel has actionable tips for you to build the firm that clients rave ...
 
Being Boss® is an exploration of what it takes to be boss as a creative business owner, entrepreneur, freelancer, or side-hustler. Join host Emily Thompson as she explores the mindsets, habits, and tactics of harnessing your creative ambitions and embracing the adventure of starting and growing your own business so that you can make money doing work you love. Brought to you by HubSpot Podcast Network.
 
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The Flower Podcast

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The Flower Podcast

Scott Shepherd, Host and Flower Educator

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The Flower Podcast, hosted by Scott Shepherd is for the floral community to discuss flowers, trends, and business topics, including everything from flower farmer to all aspects of floristry. Each week a featured guest will share their knowledge, passion, and love of flowers. Join us for colorful chats with talented creatives, photographers, growers, entrepreneurs, authors, and so much more!! Be sure to subscribe on your listening platform of choice. Learn more at https://www.theflowerpodcast ...
 
When we think of change, we tend to think of the end result - the big, visible thing that is really different from how it started. But in reality, change is the culmination of thousands of moments over time. The seeds of the next decade’s huge changes in our world are being sown today. How to Change the World features interviews with the people that are sowing those seeds. Through conversations with all kinds of people in a wide range of jobs and industries we take a microscopic look at what ...
 
Welcome to The Business of Being Well. If you're a hands-on practitioner who wants to grow a profitable business without working your life away, you're in the right place. So sit back, take a deep breath, and enjoy the show.
 
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Ready for fresh starts and new beginnings in the new year? This episode is part one in a three-part series on goal setting and creating a mindset that is going to support us in the changes we want to make in the new year. Today we’re talking about the vital step we must take before we set New Years resolutions or make changes. Plus I’m sharing the …
 
In this episode of By His Grace, I interview Alicia Michelle. We discuss walking in faith over fear and trusting the Lord in every circumstance. We also talk about addressing the fear and seeing the Lord in the midst of it. This includes being rooted in God’s words, recognizing negative thought patterns, and taking our thoughts captive. Alicia shar…
 
Join us for a conversation with Alicia Michelle, host of the Vibrant Christian Living Podcast, about renewing our minds after pregnancy loss. Alicia is a Bible Teacher and certified NeuroCoach. She equips women with practical brain-and-Biblically based tools to overcome negative thinking and cultivate godly confidence. After losing her son in an ea…
 
We’re excited to have Georgia Monroe of Basecamp Farms return to The Flower Podcast as our guest this week. Earlier in the year we recorded one of our first episodes and at that time we recorded a part 2. In this episode we’re chatting about many of the lessons that Georgia has learned while flower farming on her nine acres. Our topics include the …
 
Brian Sexton is the host of The Intentional Encourager Podcast and author of People Buy From People: 10 Powerful People Lessons From the Ultimate People Person, My Dad. Today, Brian shares how prayer influenced his life early, his dad’s profound influence, and how he stopped running from a call to preach. He also shares an interesting connection be…
 
You’ll learn why somatic therapy is so impactful for us and how you can implement it into your healing before becoming a parent. Nathalie shares so much wisdom about the benefits of healing trauma before having children and even while you are a parent, it’s an ongoing process of self-development. Natalie is the owner of Whole Witch Wellness, where …
 
On this episode of the By His Grace podcast, I sit down with Hannah Miles Pierrou to discuss her journey from becoming a commercial interior designer to a lifestyle photographer to becoming a homesteader and children’s book author how she hides books in the library, homeschooling, and teaching her children to create. We discuss her love of photogra…
 
In this special episode, Ashley Opliger shares a heartfelt message and prayer for mothers who are grieving during the holidays. This Christmas season was supposed to be a time of joy and making memories with your baby, but now is filled with overwhelming sadness and pain. Ashley shares practical ideas for "coping with hope" through the holidays whe…
 
This week’s episode is a cut above the rest, as we explore the history and cultural significance of scissors. Join Jonathan and design historian Teresa Collenette as they talk ancient spring scissors, Victorian-era chatelaines, Jonathan’s go-to hair shears, and Teresa’s incredible collection of more than 100 pairs of scissors. Teresa Collenette is …
 
We're on a brief break this week after the holiday, but we still want to give you something to think about (or revisit) in the mean time, especially if you missed it the first time around. Check out John's take on setting your firm's standards. You have standards and expectations for service in your personal life - shouldn't your firm have standard…
 
Herculaneum Uncovered is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and Andrew Wallace-Hadrill, Director of Research and Honorary Professor of Roman Studies in the Faculty of Classics at the University of Cambridge. This wide-ranging conversation covers his fascinating archeological work done in Herculaneum and Pompeii, the poli…
 
Are you a creative entrepreneur who overthinks important decisions in your business? In this episode, Emily and Corey of Being Boss chat about something they call the Test and Change Mindset. This is a perspective that helps business owners adjust and adapt in an ever-changing market. They discuss what it means to Test and Change, specific examples…
 
This week we’re excited to share our interview with Monica Michelle, one of the founders and CEO of BloomTV. It was great to learn about how her love of flowers started and how she came up with the idea for creating a streaming service all about flowers. Follow the link below to sign up for the beta program and learn more about all of the great flo…
 
Finding soul rest is at the top of several of our to-do lists for the upcoming year. But how do we get to rest? How can we find rest in everyday practical ways? Today I’m sharing what I’ve learned about rest and giving you my ten favorite resources for finding soul rest. WHAT YOU’LL LEARN: [2:26] Why soul rest is important [8:04] What rest is and w…
 
Hope Johnson is a writer and podcaster based in Upstate New York. She is the host of Hope Unyielding, a podcast where people share stories of God's faithfulness in the dark and difficult times of their lives. Today, Hope shares the story of how she learned Russian, struggled during a year teaching English, and how she wrestles with God because her …
 
Sharing her experience recovering from eating distress and learning about veganism from a documentary, Yvonne unpacks why it’s key to know WHY you decide to go vegan. She shares’s so much wisdom in this chat! Yvonne is a certified Mindset & ED Recovery Coach, passionate about empowering her clients to master their mental health so they can confiden…
 
In this episode of By His Grace, I interview Jess Ronne. We discuss her amazing and inspiring journey from being a mom, becoming a widow, finding love again blending two families together and the journey with a special needs child in a blended family of eight. Life can throw hardships in your path, but sometimes some people seem to have trial after…
 
Is every member of your staff on the same level when it comes to tech proficiency? Is it possible that you actually *losing* efficiency by employing tech? This week, we're joined by Alicia Pierre of Legally Techie, who specializes in legal-focused tech training. We want to get a lot out of our tech tools, but a lack of competence and a lack of trai…
 
Can you map out the Oregon Trail? If you just flashed back to playing The Oregon Trail video game in your sixth grade computer lab, get ready for a journey. Jonathan and Professor Margaret Huettl explore how Native knowledge systems established the Oregon Trail; how Native peoples experienced non-Native settlers moving West; and how Indigenous comm…
 
If marketing is a struggle in your business, it might be time for you to approach it differently. In this episode of Being Boss, Emily interviews guest Mike Michalowicz, an entrepreneurial strategist and author of the new book, Get Different: Marketing That Can’t Be Ignored. They discuss why marketing is important to a business, how to stand out in…
 
Although it seems counterintuitive, a battle with depression can help us grow closer to God. We know depression exists, and maybe we have struggled with depression ourselves, but we don’t really talk about depression enough in the Church. We might wonder, where is God when I’m battling depression? What does God say about overcoming depression? Is i…
 
We're excited to replay one of the most popular episodes from Season 2 this week! Shane Connolly, Owner of Shane Connolly and Company, chats with Scott Shepherd this week on The Flower Podcast. He discusses the wedding he designed for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, his love for the meaning of flowers, and his passion for creating foam free desi…
 
Dorsey Ross is a public speaker and podcaster. He was born with Apert’s Syndrome. Today, Dorsey shares his parent’s choice to nurture and support him, going to college when many didn’t think he could, and becoming a speaker and podcaster. Dorsey’s story is full of challenges that he’s overcome with God’s help. His spirit will encourage you to face …
 
Book Industry Month continues with a memory-lane voyage back to a beloved early RtB episode. This conversation with Martin Puchner about the very origins of writing struck us as perfect companion to Mark McGurl's wonderful insights (in RtB 67, published earlier this month) about the publishing industry's in 2021, or as Mark tells it, the era of "ad…
 
The quality of our water is KEY to optimal health. Anna unpacks why this is so important and how you can make a change to your water quality in your own home. Anna owns ‘elation’, water ionization business. Dehydration, constipation, low energy and environmental toxins affect so many of us and the quality of our tap and bottled water is not adequat…
 
Jessica Romney's book Lyric Poetry and Social Identity in Archaic Greece (U Michigan Press, 2020) examines how Greek men presented themselves and their social groups to one another. The author examines identity rhetoric in sympotic lyric: how Greek poets constructed images of self for their groups, focusing in turn on the construction of identity i…
 
You may have seen tear gas marketed as a “non-lethal” or “less lethal” weapon. The truth is more dangerous. This week, Professor Anna Feigenbaum breaks down what’s in tear gas, who manufactures it, and what its poisonous history reveals about profit motivation and modern policing. Professor Anna Feigenbaum works at Bournemouth University in the Sou…
 
Do you want to know how to make your job postings pop? How do you weed through a sea of applicants and land that dream employee? How do we make the hiring process better and easier for law firms? Our guest this week is Molly McGrath of Hiring & Empowering Solutions. For nearly 25 years, she's coached and consulted law firms to get the best results …
 
What does hustle mean to you as a business owner? In this episode, Emily and Corey of Being Boss discuss hustle culture. They define what hustle is and share their experiences with good hustle and bad hustle. They talk about anti-hustle culture and the dangers within. They also share tips on how to make the most of your business practices in respon…
 
This week we’re talking about the relationship between flower farmers and floral wholesalers with Gretel and Steve Adams owners of Sunny Meadows Flower Farm. I’m glad we were able to continue the conversation from last week. I hope you find our conversation helpful as you market the flowers you grow. Also, if you missed our episode last week it’s d…
 
Self compassion is a big part of having a healthy identity as a Christian woman, or just as a woman in general. If we struggle with perfectionism, however, at times it can feel downright impossible to have compassion for ourselves. All we can see are the things that are wrong, or the things that need to change. How can we cultivate self compassion …
 
Christa Hutchins equips busy communicators and leaders with project management and problem solving skills so they can turn their big ideas into a successful ministry or business. Today, Christa shares how she experienced her faith as just one part of her life, how a public failure taught her humility, and how that led her to new opportunities. She …
 
The owners of Canlis discuss the many creative ideas that came as the iconic restaurant contended with the peak of COVID-19. When the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in the United States, just about every business had to rethink how business is done, especially those that relied on the ability of people to gather in numbers. Restaurants were among the ha…
 
Have you ever met a redhead? Someone with green eyes? Someone with intersex traits? If you answered yes to the first two questions, you can likely answer yes to the third: being intersex is as common as having red hair or green eyes. And that’s almost definitely an undercount. This week, Alicia Roth Weigel lays out what it means to have intersex tr…
 
In this episode of the By His Grace podcast, Misty Phillip implores parents to pray and seek wisdom from God before administering the COVID vaccine to their children, and to do their research. Misty shares a brief testimony of her son who was vaccine injured, the long-term side effects, and his subsequent brain injury. Misty interviews Mark Meckler…
 
We're on a brief break this week, but we want to give you something to think about (or revisit) in the mean time, especially if you missed it the first time around. Here's John's take on the importance of your firm's values, culture, and standards. Client service should stem from an overarching goal or philosophy. Our firms' values, standards, and …
 
What is your legacy? Starting a business is a generational venture for many business owners in today’s world. In this episode, Emily Thompson chats with Ella Livingston of Cocoa Asante about how starting a business can contribute to building a legacy for your family. They discuss how the chocolate industry works, why Ella is passionate about sustai…
 
Travis Johnson is an active duty officer in the United States navy and the host of the Nonprofit Architect Podcast. Today, Travis shares about moving dozens of times as a child because of his mom’s mental illness. He also shares how he felt the Lord’s presence, got out of the abusive situation, and found stability in the Navy. Travis has found a wa…
 
Our guest this week are first generation flower farmers dedicated to producing sustainabl and domestically grown fresh cut flowers. Gretel and Steve Adams share their passion for farming and helping others fulfill their dreams of building a successful flower farm. We are chatting tunnels, specialty crops, staffing, multiple outlets, consumer awaren…
 
How can we mentally prepare for the holiday season without a loved one and manage grief at the holidays? Managing loss at Christmas and Thanksgiving can be extremely difficult since these seasons are traditionally a time of family celebration and fun. In today’s podcast episode we will be speaking about grief as related to the loss of a loved one, …
 
Resistance training is so impactful for our bodies before pregnancy. In this chat with Bianca, she explains why it’s so impactful and how it’ll set you up for life as a mom. Bianca is a passionate fitness coach and yoga instructor. Her personal experience in both fields showed her the benefits of each, which she merges in her coaching. Bianca uses …
 
Though typically considered oral cultures, ancient Greece and Rome also boasted textual cultures, enabled by efforts to perfect, publish, and preserve both new and old writing. In Editorial Bodies: Perfection and Rejection in Ancient Rhetoric and Poetics (University of South Carolina Press, 2018) Michele Kennerly argues that such efforts were commo…
 
Social media platforms have been used to divide people and tilt elections. Can anything be done about it? The question of disinformation in the modern age has become inextricable from the social media platforms that command so much personal attention — Facebook and Twitter in particular. These platforms do a lot of things, but one thing they do rea…
 
On this episode of the By His Grace podcast, I sit down with Amy Debrucque, Author of the Embolden Journal she wrote with her daughter Blair to encourage young women with the challenges they are facing growing up in today’s world. Amy and Blair Debrucque know that even when you are brought up in a strong Christian environment no one is exempt from …
 
Michelle shares her experience as a mom who meditates and practices mindful parenting. You’ll learn so much in this chat and check out the link below that was mentioned during this episode. Michelle Crawford is a philosopher, writer, healthcare worker, yoga teacher, and lifestyle specialist. Michelle is an advocate for healthy living - she promotes…
 
Chances are, you’ve been exposed to vaccine misinformation. And you could be at risk of believing it. This week, Dr. Kolina Koltai joins Jonathan to explore how vaccine misinformation travels online, why it’s so dangerous, and how you can stop it from spreading. Dr. Kolina Koltai is a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for an Informed Public at the …
 
Has tech made traditional legal assistants and secretaries obsolete? Think your firm can slash costs AND improve productivity by letting that support staff go? Not so fast. Law firms are laying off their support staff at alarming rates, thinking that automation is going to improve their service and efficiency. The big problem is, the automation inf…
 
Starting a business requires an understanding of what you offer and who you help. But do you know how to attract your dream customers and clients? In this episode, original Being Boss founders Emily Thompson and Kathleen Shannon discuss how to get more clients, ways to identify who your dream customer is, and what you can do to build dreamy busines…
 
My guest this week has created stunning events in the US and around the world. Alicia Rico of Bows and Arrows Flowers is dedicated to the creation and communication of beauty via the art of floral and event design. They’ve been featured in Martha Stewart Weddings, Harpers Bazaar and Magnolia Journal, and many more publications. Their floral designs…
 
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