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Redemption Hill is a non-denominational network of Micro-Churches that is learning the way of Jesus to be a blessing to our city of Boise, Idaho that we love so much. Join us for our weekly podcast where we explore more about what it looks like to be transformed in the way of Jesus.
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Introducing non-governmental organizations and projects operating in East Africa. Hosted by Patrick Hill, president and founder of Team in Faith (teaminfaith.org), the podcast shares experiences, insight and anecdotes from the field in some of the poorest communities on the African continent.
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Redemption Hill La Habra

Redemption Hill La Habra

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Redemption Hill Church is a community of people who want to see lives changed, inside and out, through the transforming power of the gospel of Jesus Christ. We are one church that meets in several different locations.
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Shouts of Grace Radio

Shouts of Grace Radio

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Podcast feed for Shouts of Grace Radio, a weekly discussion with Pastors Steve Pierson of Redemption Hill Church and various guests. Shouts of Grace is a topical show providing practical application of Biblical truths to every day life. Includes occasional interviews with guests. Shouts of Grace airs first on Key Radio in Provo Utah, and is an outreach partnership between both churches and Key Radio. Contact us at www.rhutah.church/contact
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Who Are We?

City Hill Dubai

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We will be looking at what the Bible says about the church, what she is, what she is not, and how she ought to see herself in this world, as well as within God’s redemption plan. http://cityhillglobal.com
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King Me is the "official" Stephen King movie podcast and the official podcast of Kinging Me. Comedians Rob Avon and Dan Gagliardi are on a quest to try to make sense of every entry in the vast and diverse world of Stephen King movie adaptations. They're watching everything from The Shining to Dreamcatcher, from The Shawshank Redemption to The Lawnmower Man 2, to try to get a beat on Stephen King's work and its pop culture legacy.
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Scene on Radio

Kenan Insitute for Ethics at Duke University

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Scene on Radio is a two-time Peabody-nominated podcast that dares to ask big, hard questions about who we are—really—and how we got this way. Previous series include Seeing White (Season 2), looking at the roots and meaning of white supremacy; MEN (Season 3), on patriarchy and its history; The Land That Never Has Been Yet (Season 4), exploring democracy in the U.S. and why we don’t have more of it; and The Repair (Season 5), on the climate crisis: Where did we go so wrong in our relationship ...
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The Grace Bros Podcast

Adam Mendenhall/Steve Prager

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On the Grace Bros podcast, Adam Mendenhall and Steve Prager explore the riches of God's amazing grace and how it effects our everyday lives. Every week Adam and Steve upload a new show that is filled with solid Biblical teaching, humor, music, and real life stories.
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Due South

Jeff Tiberii, Leoneda Inge

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Due South is a source for news, information, and perspectives from across North Carolina and the South. It takes a panoramic view of politics, place, race, and southern culture, among other topics. The show takes deep-dives into the news - while also providing a break from the news cycle with conversations on topics ranging from food and music to arts and culture. Full episodes of Due South air weekdays at 10am on WUNC.
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Find out what makes great, arts-inspired fiction in a variety of genres, from mysteries to crime novels, historical fiction, thrillers, contemporary fiction, and more. Art In Fiction founder and author Carol M. Cram chats with some of the top novelists featured on Art In Fiction, a curated online database of books inspired by the arts. Discover your next great read and get valuable advice on what it takes to be a successful writer.
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DJ Mad Max is working to bridge the gap between old & new school Hip-Hop through his show Sports and Hip-Hop with DJ Mad Max. With his vast Hip-Hop knowledge and unique interview style, he is introducing his generation to the legends that started it all. The show features a wide variety of guest stars including Hip-Hop artists of the past & present, R&B artists, producers/DJs, industry managers, and even pro athletes. When possible guest rappers bless the show with a freestyle. Max likes to ...
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Locked On Hawkeyes podcast is the daily podcast that keeps you ahead of the games and the first to know the latest news, analysis, and insider info for the Iowa Hawkeyes. Hosted by Trent Condon, the Locked On Hawkeyes podcast provides your daily Iowa Hawkeyes fix with special guests, expert opinions, film reviews, interviews, recaps, local analysis, and coverage of all things Hawkeyes and the Black and Gold. From iconic Kinnick Stadium to the electrifying Carver-Hawkeye Arena and everywhere ...
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1. Barbara Calloway - Prayer For Families 2. Victory Worship feat. Vanessa Howell - What a Beautiful Agnus Dei 3. Damara Melissa - Where I Wanna Be 4. Rachel Kerr - Artist in Me 5. Tamela Mann - He Did It For Me 6. Aaron Lavell - Saved by Grace 7. Caleb Carroll - Jesus In Me 8. Elevation Worship - You Really Are 9. Brooke Ligertwood - Ancient Gates 10. Elevation Worship Feat. Jonsal Barrientes - Same God 11. Rachel Kerr - Glory 12. Psalmist Raine & The Refresh Tea - As It Is in Heaven 13. Ry ...
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Towards whom do you feel hostility? Last Sunday was Pentecost, a celebration of the Holy Spirit being poured out onto all flesh. Bob talked us through Acts 2, and how a persistent Pentecost heals our divisions, and breaks down our walls. The work is to allow the Spirit to do the unfinished work of becoming like Jesus. Find more from Redemption Hill…
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On Sunday we will step back into our series in Hebrews with Hebrews 2:5-18. This is a beautiful passage that emphasizes the reality and truth that God came near to us in the incarnation of Jesus. The incarnation is foundational to our faith. Jesus became our brother so that we could be brought into the family of God. I can’t wait to dig into the te…
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Co-host Jeff Tiberii chats with a panel of reporters about the week's news in North Carolina. Guests: Colin Campbell, Capitol Bureau Chief, WUNC; Bryan Anderson, freelance reporter, “Anderson Alerts” newsletter; Danielle Battaglia, Capitol Hill Correspondent, The News & Observer/The Charlotte Observer/McClatchy; Aaron Thomas, WRAL reporter; Richard…
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What happens when you completely change your training and fitness ethos. Well Anthony did just that a few months ago and a listener wants to know if there has been many benefits. Other listeners write in to pick Sarah and Anthony's brains about what supplements you need to be taking, strava cheaters and how does Sarah deal with on-line hate. ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠…
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Trent Condon is joined by Locked On's recruiting analyst Brian Smith as they talk Iowa football and recruiting. First, a look at the commitment from Ryan Fitzgerald, former Northwestern head coach Pat Fitzgerald's son. A look at him as a prospect and what it says that he is willing to walk on, even with many scholarship offers. Some thoughts on Jac…
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Today the North Carolina Republican Party convenes its state convention in Greensboro. We'll get a preview and discuss the basics of state party conventions. And: In 1976, North Carolina was the turning point for Ronald Reagan’s GOP primary campaign. It set the stage for his eventual election to President, and his effort to reshape the party are a …
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Trent Condon is back with a new edition of the Locked on Hawkeyes Podcast. A look at Iowa heading to UCLA and then game being played on Friday on Fox. What it means for the schedule and how many Hawkeye fans will make the trip west. Then some thoughts as the Iowa baseball team falls to Michigan in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament and the p…
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The new book Red Dead's History: A Video Game, an Obsession, and America's Violent Past is about “the most-played digital renditions of American history since The Oregon Trail.” Guests -Tore C. Olsson is an Associate Professor, Director of Graduate Studies for American History at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, and the author of a book co…
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As we get ready to launch our Season 7, a bonus episode from another podcast we think our listeners will want to hear: Long Shadow. Episode 1 of its newest season, In Guns We Trust, with host Garrett Graff. Mass shootings have plagued the U.S. for generations. But in 1999, when shots rang out in a suburban Denver school, it was different. What chan…
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Thank you to Los Angeles, CA's own Osbe Chill for returning to my show for an interview! Osbe Chill discussed signing to BSF Records, connecting with Benny the Butcher for the first time, and learning from his experience with Interscope Records. He talked about his dreams of pursuing acting, watching Training Day being filmed in the jungles of L.A.…
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Today, we’re joined by Jack Kavanagh, whose journey of overcoming a life-changing injury is both touching and truly inspirational. After speaking with Jack, I found myself repeatedly questioning, “what’s my excuse?” Jack has triumphed over incredible odds to become a renowned public speaker. His strategies for rebuilding his life offer valuable ins…
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Pastor John Ramey calls Mother Theresa one of his heroes. Ramey is president of Aslan Child Rescue Ministries and travels the world to support partners on the ground in difficult and far off places. Like the saintly Mother Theresa, Pastor Ramey finds joy in being alongside struggling mission workers, women and children bringing relief in the form o…
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Investigative journalist Barry Yeoman talks about his coverage of the 2024 United Methodist Church General Assembly and musician Tom Maxwell chats about his new book, A Really Strange and Wonderful Time: The Chapel Hill Music Scene, 1989-1999.By Jeff Tiberii, Leoneda Inge
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Shoutout to South Carolina's own up and coming R&B artist Ton3 for coming on my show for an interview! Ton3 talked about getting played on the radio, his aunt being a music instructor, and opening up for Goodie Mob. He discussed his upcoming Country Trap song, the story behind his biggest song Show Me, and starting out as a barber. He also got into…
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Trent Condon returns for another week of the Locked On Hawkeyes Podcast. A look at the upcoming Iowa football schedule and another Friday game for the Hawkeyes coming up this season. Of course, the Hawkeyes will be playing against Nebraska on Black Friday, but Kirk Ferentz mentioned last week that Iowa will be playing another Friday road game. Then…
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On the road for the South’s best gas station food Forget Gatorade and a bag of chips – the American South is home to a more advanced style of gas station cuisine. Photographer Kate Medley knew this growing up in Mississippi, but what she didn’t know until she left was how unique and integral the restaurants and eateries at places you can also buy g…
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In today’s episode we chat with one of the UK's top time trial cyclists, Matt Bottrill. Matt has secured numerous national championships and has greatly influenced the sport as a coach, helping both elite athletes and dedicated amateurs achieve new levels in cycling. Today, we unravel the intricacies of time trialling, discussing the best kit, whee…
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Our panel of reporters break down the latest state and regional news with co-host Jeff Tiberii. Guests Ben Tobin, Greater Triangle Reporter, Triangle Business Journal Dawn Vaughan, Capitol Bureau Chief, The News & Observer Laura Leslie, Capitol Bureau Chief, WRAL Reuben Jones, Washington Reporter covering North Carolina, Spectrum News…
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Have pro bike race organisers gone too far with dangerous routes? How do you naturally boost low testosterone Do the nasal strips we see the pros wear actually work and the new Shimano 13 speed!? These and loads more on Rider Support. ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Pillar Performance⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ If you're ready …
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Trent Condon is back with you for the latest edition of the Locked on Hawkeyes Podcast. A look at the newest Hawkeye as Iowa men's hoops adds 6'7 215 pound forward Seydou Traore from Manhattan out of the transfer portal. What makes him an interesting prospect and how he fits in along with the latest with Payton Sandfort as he works out in the NBA D…
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When it comes to child care, the numbers just don't seem to add up: parents struggle to pay increasing child care tuition costs, child care workers often earn less than a living wage, and child care center owners often can't even afford to pay themselves. North Carolina's child care industry will face another challenge at the end of June -- that's …
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Daniel 5:1-12 King Belshazzar made a great feast for a thousand of his lords and drank wine in front of the thousand.2 Belshazzar, when he tasted the wine, commanded that the vessels of gold and of silver that Nebuchadnezzar his father had taken out of the temple in Jerusalem be brought, that the king and his lords, his wives, and his concubines mi…
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Trent Condon returns in the latest edition of the Locked on Hawkeyes Podcast. A look at the debut for Caitlin Clark in the WNBA. It didn't go the way many Hawkeye fans expected, but the growing pains are real. Then some thoughts on the addition of Jacob Gill, formerly of Northwestern to the Hawkeye football receiver room and what it means for the H…
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In today’s episode where we are honoured to chat with a true cycling icon, Ned Overend. Celebrated as a trailblazer in mountain biking, Ned's illustrious career boasts multiple national and world titles. He continues to fuel the global passion for cycling with his enduring enthusiasm for the sport. Today, we will explore Ned’s personal journey, his…
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Join us for this introduction as we follow along with Dr. Harry Coffman in Part 1 of his amazing journey. Listen as Harry describes the abusive treatment from family, and his mother, and her wielding a butcher knife over him from the age of 4 until he was 15. Follow as you see the fruit of that upbringing, and his violent and angry juvenile drunken…
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Dr. Damon Tweedy discusses his choice to enter the field of psychiatry, despite its stigma within the medical industry. He sits down with co-host Leoneda Inge to discuss his new book, Facing the Unseen: The Struggle to Center Mental Health in Medicine.By Jeff Tiberii, Leoneda Inge
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So, what's on your mind tonight? You know I'm going to tell you what's on mine. We're sinking down into the mud. And the fucks are at it again! The same vast, global corporate conspiracy, different day! You can't see it without a cosmic flashlight. Guess what? I've got one. Oh yeah. And its beam, it penetrates the igneous rock of ignorance. And the…
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Trent Condon returns for an emergency podcast after the big news of the day in the world of Hawkeye athletics. Lisa Bluder has retired as head coach for the Iowa women's basketball program and Jan Jensen has been elevated to the new head coach. A celebration of the great career of Lisa Bluder, what's next for the program and what recruiting will lo…
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Do we truly love our neighbor? How often do we hang out with people who differ from us? And what does the Old Testament law (think: circumcision, warfare rules, and sacrifice) have to do with it? For this episode of Whole, Kyle walks us through the minds of the Jewish Romans, and connects the law Paul refers to with our own stubborn hearts that are…
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Trent Condon is back for another week of the Locked on Hawkeyes Podcast. Tomorrow is the debut for Caitlin Clark in the WNBA regular season. And Trent will be in Iowa City for a game watch at Coach's Corner (749 Mormon Trek Blvd) in Iowa City. Join for some merch giveaways and a great time! Then a look at the quarterback position and if this is goi…
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North Carolina’s private school voucher program began over a decade ago to offer low-income families an alternative to low-performing public schools. The Opportunity Scholarship program has expanded in recent years — now there is no income requirement to qualify and tens of thousands of moderate to higher-income applicants are waiting to hear if th…
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Today, we're excited to welcome Dr. Howard Luks. Regular listeners know I've long sought answers about longevity and health. Dr. Luks stands out as one of the most insightful voices I've encountered. A renowned orthopaedic surgeon and sports medicine expert, he's also a pioneer in using digital platforms and social media to simplify complex medical…
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