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Join comedians Jacob Trimmer and Tim Groeschel in a mashup of true crime, history, and comedy as they swap stories and make jokes about people throughout time who have lived interesting and violent lives. Get your dose of grindhouse history every Tuesday and Thursday, because everyone likes violence as long as it's happening to someone else. Feel free to reach out to us with any feedback or comments at letthemfightpodcast@gmail.com, https://www.facebook.com/LTFpodcast, or https://twitter.com ...
 
The Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast is a podcast all about leadership, change and personal growth. The goal? To help you lead like never before—in your church or in your business. Carey interviews top business and church leaders like Seth Godin, Adam Grant, Nancy Duarte, Simon Sinek, Cal Newport, Patrick Lencioni, Tim Keller, Annie F. Downs, Andy Stanley, Craig Groeschel, Rob Pelinka, Michael Hyatt, Christine Caine, John Mark Comer, Henry Cloud, Gordon MacDonald, Francis Chan, Lysa TerKeur ...
 
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ABC Messages featuring Pastor Ben Poole

Ben Poole similar to Andy Stanley, Timothy Keller, Judah Smith, Rick Warren, Craig Groeschel,

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Messages aimed at making a difference in your life! Encouraging, Uplifting , and Spiritual! Similar in teaching to Andy Stanley, Charles Stanley, Judah Smith, Billy Graham, Andy Stanley, Charles Stanley, Carl Lentz, Brian Houston, Rick Warren , Bill Hybels, Jack Hayford, Ed Young, Tim Keller, Warren Wiersbe, Charles Swindoll. Stephen Furtick, Craig Groeschel, Wayne Cordeiro. Influenced by churches like NorthPoint, Elevate, LifeChurch.tv, Biblical teaching,
 
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Ben Poole similar to Andy Stanley, Francis Chan , Judah Smith, Andy Stanley, Craig Groeschel,

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Messages aimed at making a difference in your life, Encouraging, Uplifting, and Spiritual! Similar in teaching to Andy Stanley, Charles Stanley, Billy Graham, Andy Stanley, Charles Stanley, Rick Warren, Jack Hayford, Ed Young, Tim Keller, Warren Wiersbe, Charles Swindoll, Stephen Furtick, Craig Groeschel, Wayne Cordeiro. Biblical teaching, Jesus, Savior, Love,
 
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Friend of the show Kyle Clark is back with us again to talk about King of the Gypsies, Bartley Gorman. Not only did he live a bonkers life, but it turns out being a badass runs in his blood. His story is chock full of violence, fantastic quotes, and gypsy shenanigans. Enjoy!By Jacob Trimmer and Tim Groeschel
 
In this episode of the Catalyst Podcast, Brad Lomenick sits down with former North Point pastor and guide for emerging leaders Clay Scroggins for a wide-ranging conversation about the future of leadership. Listen in as Clay uncovers nine counterintuitive axioms of leadership that will help leaders adapt to the rate of change while becoming today's …
 
We brought back friend of the show Kyle Clark to talk about Ray Lambert, a dude that lived through some of the worst shit World War 2 had to offer. And he did it all as a medic. Don't worry, he killed some shitbags along the way too, but his main focus was keeping American troops alive, and damn if he wasn't good at his job. Enjoy!…
 
D.J. Soto, Founder of VR Church, and Nona Jones of Meta/Facebook give a primer on the metaverse, how Web3 will be different from Web2 and Web1, VR church, NFTs, DAOs, blockchain and more as we explore what's next online and in real life. This is part 2 of a 6-part Future series.By Carey Nieuwhof
 
Join us as host George Kamel talks to Stephen Mansfield, friend of Ramsey Solutions, entrepreneur, speaker and bestselling author. Stephen lays out how to lead your team when the when the direction isn’t clear—and how you can navigate these situations with your team. Later in the episode, George chats with Suzanne Simms, the senior executive vice p…
 
Today we got a type of badass we haven't covered in a while, viking. Harald Hardrada traveled all over the old world and honed his killing abilities. First in Russia, and you know those psycho ice monsters know how to get killing done. Then he was off to fuck with Jaffar in Constantinople, and boy did he make bank doing that. From there, the world …
 
In this episode of the Catalyst Podcast, Brad Lomenick sits down with journalist and habit guru Charles Duhigg for a wide-ranging conversation covering calling, the great resignation, the importance of curiosity in life and relationships, and much, much more. Listen in as Charles encourages us to be intentional about our habits to live productively…
 
Mark Sayers joins us for a wide-ranging conversation about the profoundly disorienting change leaders have been experiencing over the last two years, future church trends and what to expect in 2022 and beyond. We cover supply chain disruptions, critical race theory, the revenge of nature, deconstruction and the challenge of control. This is part on…
 
We got a long one for you today, dear listeners. We even thought we were gonna have to split this one into two episodes, but it all worked out and we were able to bring this shining beacon of good citizenry to you in just a single day. I'm kidding about that good citizenry part though, Peter Sutcliffe was a massive piece of shit. But man did he sta…
 
New York Times Bestselling author Donald Miller discusses the surprising (and at times confusing) journey from being the well-known, well loved author of Blue Like Jazz to becoming the founder of Business Made Simple, a wildly successful company that helps businesses succeed. Carey and Don discuss why he's made the multiple transitions he has, how …
 
Join us as I talk to Mike Hayes, former commanding officer of SEAL Team TWO and the current chief digital transformation officer at VMware. Mike explains what he does to build an organization that’s prepared to grow their people—and how you can do the same. Later in the episode, I chat with Brian Williams, the senior executive vice president of Ram…
 
Word of the Year 2022 GROWLast year's WOTY Action. Teams took action, fundraising teams formed for the paving the parking lot. Remodeling projects in the kitchens etc. GO – ROW GROW- In Jesus Deep & Wide- SongDeep- Discipleship –Matthew 28:19go and make disciples of all the nations,[b] baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Ho…
 
Today, dear listeners, we have a tale of great success, and even greater failure. A story both fun and sad. We're talking about Valentine Strasser. At one point he was the most important person in the entire country of Sierra Leone, and at another he was drinking palm wine in the slums since that's what you do when you're unemployed. In any event, …
 
In this episode of the Catalyst Podcast, we feature John Maxwell from the Catalyst stage, where John brings a poignant reminder as we start a new year. Listen in as John reminds us of the importance of living intentionally in order to experience a life of purpose and provides five daily steps that we can take to produce a life of significance. Once…
 
Welcome to the first episode of the new year, dear listeners! We're bringing you another military man from up Canada way, a pilot this time. But Russell Williams is more than just that. There's a nice "fun" surprise twist in this episode, like an M. Night Shyamalan movie! Here's hoping you find it more like The Sixth Sense than The Happening, but w…
 
In 2021, Saddleback founding pastor, Rick Warren, announced he was retiring as senior pastor to embrace a new role. In this wide-ranging interview, Rick talks about how to leave a legacy of integrity, why so many megachurch pastors fail, what he told Bill Hybels, and lessons learned over 42 years at Saddleback. Catch the full interview plus bonus f…
 
It can be so easy to jump headfirst into a new year. You have new goals, new plans and new gym memberships. But is there a step before all of this new activity? Should we take a moment to pause and reflect on the previous year in order to become the leaders we want to be? In this episode of The EntreLeadership Podcast, we sit down with Patrick Lenc…
 
Over the last two years, leaders have struggled with exhaustion and been hit with an onslaught of criticism from chronic complainers. In this special podcast episode, Carey Nieuwhof shares a very practical strategy he uses to keep the WRONG people from eating up all your time and how to invest in the right people. It's a teaching designed to help y…
 
Welcome to the last episode of 2021, dear listeners. We have another man with three names for you, which historically means prepare for awfulness. But this one is blessedly free of any of that, he's just a plain and simple badass. I mean, sure he kind of fought for some bad people, but he did a lot of badass stuff and didn't really do anything shit…
 
Nicky Gumbel rejoins us on the podcast and this time shares some of his family's background as refugees from Nazi Germany, how his education at Eton, Cambridge and Oxford prepared him for law and ministry, and how he created the popular Bible in One Year study, and how he refreshes it each year.
 
Today we're talking about another Joseph, but this one was dope as hell. He found probably the bonkerest way to deal with all the stress leading up to Operation Market Garden during World War 2, then had to deal with that whole cluster fuck of a battle. But then he got to take a nice tour of the European countryside before making his way back to En…
 
Is leadership actually harder than it used to be? Bestselling author, Tim Elmore, says yes. He explains why and shares how meeting the needs of the next generation in the workplace is going to require a more complex skill set. Tim also explores confidence and humility in leadership and what happens when leaders set standards that are too high or of…
 
Wow! Can you believe the year is almost over? Whether 2021 was your best year yet or one you’d rather forget, we hope you feel a sense of accomplishment. You didn’t give up. You didn’t back down. You kept growing, learning and listening. So, here’s to you! Thank you for letting The EntreLeadership Podcast be a part of your journey this year. Let’s …
 
Well, dear listeners, (one of) you asked for it, so you got it. Today's episode is Josef Fritzl and well, he is a monster of a piece of shit. His story has quite a few twists and turns along the way and around every corner is another nightmare. He also takes the grand prize for scumbaggiest way to defend his crimes that I've ever heard. Also, he sh…
 
In this episode of the Catalyst Podcast, Jason Haynes sits down with pastor Samuel Rodriguez to discuss the prophetic calling for each of us highlighted in the passing of the mantle from Elijah to Elisha. Listen in as Pastor Sam encourages us to “keep pushing the plow,” live with Kingdom courage, and complete the assignment that we’ve been given. N…
 
Today we have a real treat for you, dear listeners. A real pipe hitting badass named Rick Rescorla, and the only person in history nicknamed "Hardcore" and they weren't a putz. Aside from Hardcore Holly, may his career rest in peace. Anyways, this dude was awesome and while he kept taking work where he was kinda fighting for a bad cause, he left wh…
 
COVID was brutal on restaurateurs, and many didn't make it. Enter Simon MacRae and Darcy MacDonnell, who launched not one but two successful restaurants during lock down. Not only did the Common Stove and Picnic thrive, but they launched them in a small town famous for not being able to sustain fine food ventures. They explain how they not only kep…
 
The EntreLeadership book is 10 years old! (And a lot has happened since it published.) In this episode of The EntreLeadership Podcast, Dave Ramsey stops by to talk about what led him to create the EntreLeadership brand and how it's evolved over the last decade. Then George Kamel interviews longtime EntreLeader and small-business owner Stephen Capps…
 
Welcome back, dear listeners. We continue this week of charming individuals with Ken McElroy, a man beloved in his community. Nah, just kidding, he's a giant piece of shit just like the last guy was and everyone hated him. Turns out, years of stealing, beatings, and threats does not make people want to be your friend. Ken answers the question of, "…
 
In this episode of the Catalyst Podcast, Brad Lomenick sits down with NBA shooting coach, writer, & speaker David Nurse for a conversation about the vital pieces required to achieve breakthrough in life and leadership. Listen in as David shares a powerful framework for bringing innovation and creativity to the surface not just once, but on a regula…
 
New York Times bestselling author and National Community Church founding pastor, Mark Batterson, discusses what many leaders—especially church leaders—have struggled with over the last two years: Discouragement. He shares his personal ups and downs, how he's motivated himself and stayed encouraged, what he's learning about habit formation personall…
 
Well, dear listeners, we have a real garbage monster for you today. Charles Rodman Campbell (three names is always a bad sign) was what is referred to as a revenge killer, but man does his reason for wanting revenge suck. This episode also features one of the most egregious failings by the criminal justice system we've ever covered, but it isn't th…
 
Jordan Raynor—a serial entrepreneur and father of three young kids—talks about why so many leaders are too distracted to make a difference. He talks about how to strategically ditch your phone, escape the Kingdom of Noise, get a break from continual inbound requests and messages and how to take meaningful time off.…
 
Most of our lives are made up of our habits—conscious or unconscious. We wake up at the same time, drive to work on the same route, and listen to the same radio station. The problem is that some of our habits may not lead to our dreams. So, the question is: How do we get rid of old habits and start the right new habits? In this episode of The Entre…
 
Today we bring you a man you will happily root against as we tell you his story. Robert Jay Mathews may not have been a good person by any metric, but what he lacked in that department he more than made up for in crazy. When he had successfully recruited some likeminded crazies to his cause, he took to the rural area of the Pacific Northwest to sta…
 
In this episode of the Catalyst Podcast, Brad Lomenick sits down with entrepreneur and founder of Kiva & Alltruists, Jessica Jackley, for a conversation about the life and worldview of an entrepreneur, creator, and contributor to the common good. Listen in as Jessica shares how she allocates energy to different parts of life, the common traits of h…
 
Today we're covering renowned Indian fighter, Samuel Brady. I'm not saying the Brady family hated Native Americans, but the back and forth between the two groups made the Hatfields and McCoys look like a petty squabble. There's a lot of fun in this episode: scalping, great escapes, and the most unique use of a campfire I've heard before. Enjoy!…
 
Is there actually a gender pay gap? What are the challenges of hybrid offices, and what happens when you find you're leading an unequal workplace? Kadi Cole returns to the podcast to discuss all these things and help you discover your leadership voice.By Carey Nieuwhof
 
The Great Resignation has made hiring more difficult than ever before. In order to hire someone, you have to attract the right talent and vet them through a hiring process. Then, once they're hired, you have to keep them on your team. That’s the formula—but how can you apply it successfully? In this episode of The EntreLeadership Podcast, we sit do…
 
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