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The Leaders Bookshelf w/ Frank Gustafson
 
It has been said that leaders are readers. I whole-heartedly agree with that. I believe that the person you will be 5 years from now will be determined by the people you associate with and the books you read. Well your on you're own with the association part, but I can help with the book reading side of the equation. The Leaders Bookshelf is a weekly podcast featuring great books that will propel you forward in life... Tune in!
 
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Ashton Gustafson | Let The Music Play
 
Let The Music Play is a podcast hosted by Ashton Gustafson. He speaks and writes about the art of being human, finding beauty in the hidden places, and making music with your life, relationships, and career.
 
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MTG Potpourri
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Join Tom Gustafson and a regular array of major Magicians as they discuss the news, decks, and cards of the week.
 
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New Nature's Podcast
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Dive head first into exhilarating conversations regarding culture, community, and living free! There's never a dull moment here! Jared Gustafson is an unconventional Christian who enjoys living in community and traveling the planet! He shares stories and thoughts regarding culture, society, and his relationship with Jesus!
 
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Chlorination
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Chlorination. The greatest internet swimming show. Follow Mike Gustafson and Chris Michael as they travel the United States to find the best swimming has to offer.
 
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Waipuna Chapel
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Weekly messages from Waipuna Chapel in Maui.
 
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Lead Like A Marine
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The Lead Like a Marine Podcast is all about helping our US Military members transition successfully as they move from active service into the civilian world.
 
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UnearthED
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Deeper, different, discussions on the topics that matter most to educators. UnearthED is part of the TweetED Channel covering the best Twitter education chats of the week, with lead anchors Dr. Brad Gustafson and Ben Gilpin.
 
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TweetED
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Team coverage, highlights and commentary from the best Twitter education chats of the week with lead anchors Dr.Brad Gustafson and Ben Gilpin
 
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Ray Gustafson of WSJM News moderated a special Suicide Prevention Town Hall held Tuesday (October 17) at the Mi-Journey Drop-In Center, featuring panelists from the community. The event aired live on News/Talk 94.9 WSJM and sister station ROCK 107 WIRX along with Facebook live without commercial interruption to shed light on the troubling stati ...…
 
A recent New York Times article started a firestorm about educators who are mixing teaching and business. Is this a cool thing or conflict of interest. Follow: @gustafsonbrad, @benjamingilpin @trevormuirB @bamradionetwork Trevor Muir is a teacher, speaker, and author of the book, The Epic Classroom: How to Boost Engagement, Make Learning Memora ...…
 
K-State Weed Scientist Phil Stahlman, talks about a recent successful EPA tour of western Kansas farms ... Prof. of Ag History David Vail discusses his work at UNK ... Syngenta Agronomy's Travis Gustafson talks about testing now for SCN
 
This week Dr. Ralph Gustafson from Bethel Seminary shared a message on how and why the problem of evil and suffering exist in the world.
 
Recently, I spoke with Adam Gustafson who represents the Urban Air Initiative (UAI) and is also a partner at Boyden Gray & Associates. UAI, as Adam noted, “exists to remove regulatory barriers to improving fuel quality for the purpose of cleaning the air and improving human health. And Urban Air Initiative believes that the best way to do that ...…
 
We begin the year by pulling back and taking a look at what makes teaching so difficult. Follow: @gustafsonbrad, @benjamingilpin @bamradionetwork Brad Gustafson is the principal and lead learner at Greenwood Elementary in Minnesota and author of Renegade Leadership: Creating Innovative Schools for Digital Age Learners. Ben Gilpin is currently t ...…
 
1940s: A Decade in Music ~ 1941 Name Artist Album Year Comments Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy Lew Williams Give My Regards To Broadway [OSP CD] 2000 4-78 Wurlitzer, Organ Stop Pizza, Mesa AZ; basis originally 3-15 Denver Theatre, Denver CO Daddy Bill Vlasak Slow Boat To China [WJV CD] 1990 4-42 Wurlitzer, Paramount Music Palace, Indianapolis, IN; ori ...…
 
Every educator will face an elephant in the room at some point during the school year. Most will struggle to talk about the issues. What do great educators know about managing difficult discussion? Follow: @gustafsonbrad, @benjamingilpin @casas_jimmy @bamradionetwork Jimmy Casas is the principal at Bettendorf High School in Bettendorf, IA. The ...…
 
This podcast was inspired by a common phrase I have experienced over the course of this one handed life. I heard two different people make reference to me in this manner in the two past weeks. It is something I have often thought about and at times have asked why people refer to me that way. I have heard it enough to recognize a pattern. People ...…
 
We're all being pulled in different directions tossing many of us into a constant state of distraction. How can we hit reset? Follow:@gustafsonbrad, @benjamingilpin @Joe_Mazza @bamradionetwork Dr. Joe Mazza is a lifelong learner, leader, and innovator. Formerly principal of "lead learner" at Knapp Elementary School, he currently serves as the L ...…
 
Well, Actually is a podcast about everything – sports, politics, feminism, style, pop culture – you name it, Nicole Gustafson and Tami Dooley will probably talk about it. On this episode, Nicole and Tami discuss Tomi Lehren's latest BS with Obamacare and her opinion (and the consequenses of that opinion!) on transgender people serving in the ar ...…
 
New from the 2017 ATOS Convention Start Name Artist Album Year Comments King Of New York Nathan Avakian Synthesis [709-02 CD] 2017 4-75 Nethercutt Collection Wurlitzer, Sylmar, CA 2:46 Somewhere In Time Nathan Avakian Synthesis [709-02 CD] 2017 4-75 Nethercutt Collection Wurlitzer, Sylmar, CA 6:09 Hindustan David Gray Erie-Ly British 2017 3-21 ...…
 
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Each of us are on a journey of learning to live loved by God amidst a hurting world. Wayne and Jared share about how to live authentically engaged with those that are in pain, and how to process heartache while remaining aware of God's loving affection. The conversation takes a number of turns as they explore how to release hurt, recover from t ...…
 
Well, Actually is a podcast about everything – sports, politics, feminism, style, pop culture – you name it, Nicole Gustafson and Tami Dooley will probably talk about it. On this episode, Kelby joins Nicole and Tami for some discussion of the Doctor. Nicole and Tami take on the current state of politics and the stupid stuff making us mad, and a ...…
 
Chris Williams joins Ted Flint and Nicole Gustafson to discuss MTV's The Challenge well they are going to start the show talking about the The Challenge but as you know with any podcast with Ted Flint he doesn't believe in outlines. So there is no saying where this show will go. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Stitcher or almost every podca ...…
 
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Ashton Gustafson | Let The Music Play
 
Sister Joan Chittister has beautifully been a conduit for the message of faith, hope, and love for over 60 years. Following the heritage and order of Saint Benedict, Sister Joan has become one of today's leading spiritual voices, bringing her energy and fiery spirit to everything she does. It's through this voice that builds bridges across all ...…
 
Dr. John Gustafson is a professor of computer science, now at The National University of Singapore. He holds a Ph.D. in Applied mathematics from Iowa State University and also specializes in high performance (supercomputer) computing. (HPC). He’s worked at Sun Labs, Clearspeed Technology, Massively Parallel Technology, Intel, and AMD. At an ear ...…
 
Missionaries in Uganda
 
This week the United States celebrated the Fourth of July: a day where people gather with friends and families, drinking Budweisers and eating hot dogs. This week’s episode reflects on the state of the country. Our own Zac Davis wrote “Donald Trump’s sins are our sins, too, and impeachment won’t absolve them,” which we discuss in conversation a ...…
 
This week the United States celebrated the Fourth of July: a day where people gather with friends and families, drinking Budweisers and eating hot dogs. This week’s episode reflects on the state of the country. Our own Zac Davis wrote “Donald Trump’s sins are our sins, too, and impeachment won’t absolve them,” which we discuss in conversation a ...…
 
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First Unitarian Society of Madison Podcast Feed
 
Sermon by the Rev. Karen Gustafson at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, April 19th, 2015.We welcome Karen, former Associate Minister, back to our pulpit this weekend. After six years of service to FUS, Karen retired and with herhusband, John, moved back to their former home on the north shore of Lake Superior two years ago. Presently she ...…
 
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Sermon by the Rev. Karen Gustafson at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, may 4th, 2014. This weekend we will be joined by Karen Gustafson who retired as Associate Minister from FUS in June of 2013. She will share her observations of the limits and possibilities of human beings to intentionally shape our own destiny and the future of life a ...…
 
Sermon by the Rev. Karen Gustafson at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, June 9th, 2013.So, is it really over? What is this minister/congregation relationship,any way? In these closing words, Karen will reflect on her understanding of these questions and upon what makes love last.
 
Sermon by the Rev. Karen Gustafson at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, March 24th, 2013.At the 1985 Unitarian Universalist General Assembly, congregational delegates from across the continent delegates voted on the UU Statement of Principles and Purposes. The sixth of these principles is that we as congregations “affirm and promote world ...…
 
Sermon by the Rev. Karen Gustafson at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, March 3rd, 2013.There is an old saying, “Time heals all wounds.” In truth, time may be necessary but it is not sufficient in the process of healing. How can we work with time to redeem our mistakes, to address present suffering, and to heal the past?…
 
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Sermon by the Rev. Karen Gustafson at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, February 10th, 2013. The results of sacrificial suffering are well documented in both religious and political history. What moves someone to put his or her life or well-being on the line? Does one need to be willing to be a martyr to really make a difference in the world?…
 
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Sermon by the Rev. Karen Gustafson at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, January 6th, 2013.On this weekend when we begin a new yearand dedicate our children, we would do well to take a moment to consider the place of childrenand childhood in our lives and in our community. How is the way we view and treat children influenced by our own mem ...…
 
Sermon by the Rev. Karen Gustafson at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, December 23rd, 2012.Christmas, it turns out, is not optional in American culture. Short of entering an isolation chamber on November 15 and coming out in early January, there is no way to completely opt out of being somehow influenced or reminded or subjected aurally ...…
 
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Sermon by the Rev. Karen Gustafson at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, November 18th, 2012.We are all familiar with stories of individuals and groups faced with crisis or pain whose responses address not only their own needs but become the basis for social change that benefits many others. Mothers against Drunk Drivers, the Brady Bill pr ...…
 
Sermon by the Rev. Karen Gustafson at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, October 14th, 2012.
 
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Sermon by the Rev. Karen Gustafson at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, September 16th, 2012.The theme for this month is “community”. The title of this sermon comes loosely from a song by Carole King “There is a space between us which we cross, to touch each other softly and so make up our loss.” This reflection will consider the voluntar ...…
 
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Sermon by the Rev. Karen Gustafson at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, July 22nd, 2012.Even the most spiritually cynical people I know have had an experience of “trans-forming mystery and wonder” related to a tree: a glowing autumn maple in early morning sun; a bare oak silhouetted against a winter sky; a spruce leaden with new snow; a b ...…
 
Sermon by the Rev. Karen Gustafson at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, June 10th, 2012.
 
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Sermon by the Rev. Karen Gustafson at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, April 15th, 2012.
 
Sermon by the Rev. Karen Gustafson at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, March 4th, 2012.
 
Sermon by the Rev. Karen Gustafson at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, February 12th, 2012.
 
Sermon by the Rev. Karen Gustafson at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, January 22nd, 2012.Early this month most of us received in some form “The Nearly Everything Guide” which contains a description of most of the opportunities that have been planned by staff and volunteers to engage our affiliates and members in ways beyond our Sunday m ...…
 
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Sermon by the Rev. Karen Gustafson at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, December 18th, 2011.
 
Sermon by the Rev. Karen Gustafson at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, November 13th, 2011.
 
Sermon by the Rev. Karen Gustafson at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, September 11th, 2011.
 
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