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Sabbath School is perhaps the most communal and participatory element of a regular Seventh-day Adventist church event (after foot-washing), but social distancing has us all isolated at home. This is a weekly Sabbath School styled conversation on Biblical themes and passages. Join in the conversation by writing comments/questions to sabbathschoolfromhome@gmail.com .
 
The most innovative people in the world of small business go one-on-one each week with marketing expert Tim Reid. In this award winning podcast; business owners share where their original business idea came from, how they got it to market and the strategies they used that led to their business’s unprecedented growth. Host Timbo Reid’s curiosity for what makes business owners tick and his passion for small business success means that every episode is chock full of marketing gold that will hel ...
 
Pop culture and movie news from around the globe. No celebrity gossip here, just the most important film, comic, tv, streaming, video game and book news suited for any level of geek. Whether you’re a Star Wars fan, or just can’t get enough of Batman, we’re happy to help you...Let your Geek SideShow! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Imagine you’re dying with a secret. Something you’ve never had the courage to tell your friends or family. Or a last wish – a task you need carried out before you can rest in peace. Now imagine there’s someone who can take care of all that, who has little respect for the living, but will do anything for the dead. Well, there is! He calls himself Th…
 
How does self-control come into our consideration of life's crucibles? This part of the Sermon on the Mount is well known, and is often puzzling. Cutting off hands and gouging out eyes sounds extremely draconian at first - but is this passage even talking about hands and eyes? We explore the idea of self-control, and some things that are not self-c…
 
If you think the idea of that beautiful business of yours expanding overseas is a pipe dream, then think again. International business strategist and lawyer, Cynthia Dearin, may just change your mind. It’s a far-reaching episode 599 of The (13 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast. A little more about Business Without Border…
 
In January 2021, COVID forced serial entrepreneur Wayne Hamlet’s event hire business into liquidation. Two months later, he declared bankruptcy, losing everything, and took a job as a real estate agent. Not one for giving up, Wayne launched an idea with huge potential. In fact, if you’re a business owner, then you need it. It’s as simple as that! I…
 
The wonderful theme of "image" turns up Immediately following last week's verse in Romans 8. What does it mean for us to be "conformed to the image of His Son", and how does this relate to crucibles and life experiences of refinement? We meander a bit through some hurdles in this part of Romans, but find a resonance with the way Peterson expresses …
 
Dare Jennings founded the iconic, irreverent and highly collectible Aussie surf-brand Mambo, which he sold in 2000, made a lot of coin and moved on to his next endeavor, Deus ex Machina, where he combined his love of motorbikes, surfing, and music, to create a business that has stores in Australia, America, Asia, Europe and Africa. So sit back as D…
 
What do we say and do for people who have difficulties in life that challenge faith? This episode comes to you from a shack on the north west coast of Tasmania, where Cameron and Lachlan ponder the variety of biblical advice for people experiencing crucibles in life. Christians reach a wide range of conclusions about these situations, and there see…
 
John Murphy is an Irish, animal lover living in Italy selling eBikes to hunters all over the world. Banned from Facebook Ads and Google Adwords despite spending tens of thousands of dollars with them, he urgently had to figure out another way to drive traffic to his drop-shipping business’s website. He did. And his six figure annual turnover quickl…
 
What is Agent Orange and why did the Kennedy Administration decide to use it? How did Diem's Regime collapse? What was the Buddhist Crisis? Time Period Covered 1961 - 1963 In the final part of our exploration into the beginnings of the "Vietnam War", we look at the circumstances surrounding the early Kennedy years and how a 'prudent' approach to So…
 
Belly Band creator Carol Brunswick spent over $300,000 of her family’s savings, with little or no return, before landing on a more effective way to grow her business. The new improved way involved bootstrapping everything, and adopting a people first, profit second philosophy. It worked! Now she’s sold 70,000 Belly Bands and absolutely loves buildi…
 
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