In Germany you can go to prison for travelling on public transport without a ticket. It's estimated that 7,000 people are serving a jail sentence for this at any one time. Most of them are serial offenders, usually unemployed or homeless, the poorest people in German society. The law that enables courts to imprison people for not paying a fare dates from the early 1930s when it was introduced by the Nazi government. The public transport companies defend its existence. They say they lose hundreds of millions of Euros a year to people cheating on their fares and that it's important to retain the threat of prison as a deterrent. As Tim Mansel discovers for Assignment, others disagree and are campaigning for the law to be abolished. Most eye-catching is a campaign run by the Freedom Fund, set up in Berlin in 2021, which has raised hundreds of thousands of Euros. Its founder, Arne Semsrott, describes the law as “deeply unjust,” saying it “discriminates heavily against people who don't have money, against people who don't have housing, against people who are already in crisis.” Produced and presented by Tim Mansel (Image: Gisa März, who served a prison sentence for fare dodging. Credit: Tim Mansel/BBC)
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Between student protests, controversial speakers, and debates over “safe spaces,” complaints about free speech on campus are louder than ever. How do school leaders respond to these gripes? And how do they balance freedom of expression – and the idea that speech can be violence? We have two college presidents from the front lines of this debate: Roslyn Clark Artis of Benedict College and Michael Roth of Wesleyan University. Both schools are part of the so-called “Campus Call for Free Expression.” Leave us an Assignment: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (202) 854-8802.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
"Stay at God's pace because that's how you're going to win this race. If you try to go up before God or if you try to make things happen, you're going to fail miserably." - Candice ReyesIn today's episode, our guest Candice shares her journey of leaving her teaching career to follow God's calling into full-time missions. She emphasizes the importance of developing intimacy with God and staying at His pace. Candice also discusses the birth of her nonprofit ministry, Herwell, which supports women who have experienced sexual assault. Let's dive into their story and discover the lessons we can apply to our own lives.Guest's Bio:Candice R. Reyes is a Speaker, Podcast Host, Award Winning Author, Basic Self Defense Instructor, and Founder/Executive Director of Hooks2Crook Ministries/ Her Well Women Center. As a 2x survivor of sexual assault, Candice understands the importance of overcoming the fear of the past and walking with Jesus through recovery. Candice coaches women through the victim-to-survivor process, helping them: Reclaim their hope Regain their voice Resist their urge to isolate Candice knows true healing can only begin when we spend time with the GREAT Healer. Find out more about Candice R. Reyes and her story when you visit Hooks2Crook.com or follow her on IG@candicerreyes. Stay Connected:Candice's ResourcesWebsite Page |Her WellCandice's Instagram Page | ConnectCandice's Facebook Page | ConnectRachel ScottWebsite| https://rachelgscott.com/Website| http://the5leaps.com/Instagram| https://www.instagram.com/iamrachelgscott/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iamrachelgscottSponsored Resources Mentioned:5 Week Leap Mentoring: Sign Up HereRGS Group: Learn More HereThe 5 Leaps Quick Guide: Grab it Here
In today's episode, we're talking assignments and lesson planning - two elements in our work that are in and of themselves separate entities, and yet, I think it's hard to talk about one without the other because they can be intertwined. The whole situation with the upheaval of the Tonara practice app was enough to propel this conversation into the airwaves today. [CLICK HERE]. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/piano-pantry-podcast/message
We are all called as believers to live on assignment to make disciples, heal the sick, cast out demons, love those around us, and to move in the power of the Holy Spirit. The harvest isn't far off but is now! “Harvest in the kingdom isn't necessarily meant to be just a one season focus but we are to live harvest minded.”
No matter where you are in life, you need to know God has given you an assignment. Your life has a purpose. Your life matters, and God has an assignment for you. God has placed you in the job you're in, the family you're in, the team you are on - for such a time as this. Jump in to the message today and get inspired for the assignment God has given each of us. Support the show
"God's gift to us is the way He made us. Our gift back to Him is how we invest in our lives." - Kent IngleHow role does discernment play in your decision to take a leap?In today's episode, our guest Dr. Kent Ingle shares his journey of taking leaps of faith in his career. He emphasizes the importance of following your divine design and discerning God's guidance in making decisions. Kent discusses his transition from a career in sports broadcasting to pastoral leadership, and later into university administration. Let's dive into their story and discover the lessons we can apply to our own lives.Guest's BioKent Ingle is the President of Southeastern University, a faith-based university with over 200 campuses worldwide. Prior to his role as president, Ingle served as the dean of the College of Ministry at Northwest University and also worked as a pastor for 15 years. He has a background in sports television and was a television sports anchor for ten years.Stay Connected:Kent's ResourcesWebsite Page | Kent IngleBooks | Learn MoreFramework Leadership Podcast | Listen NowKent's Instagram Page | ConnectKent's Facebook Page | ConnectRachel ScottWebsite| https://rachelgscott.com/Website| http://the5leaps.com/Instagram| https://www.instagram.com/iamrachelgscott/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iamrachelgscottSponsored Resources Mentioned:5 Week Leap Mentoring: Sign Up HereRGS Group: Learn More HereThe 5 Leaps Quick Guide: Grab it Here
In this series Pastor talks abut the Ministry of Angels and their operation in these last days. We are going to need supernatural help as we get closer to the return of the Lord and God's help agents are angels. Angels on Assignment - Part 2 | Pastor Tom Feola | www.cffchurch.org
September 7th, 2023I sat with Naida @naidarutherford and we talked about her role as the Richland Co Coroner, what life was like with a cancer diagnosis, and embracing your assignment. http://nrspeaks.comWatch us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKa5dC8UVljme-SbmfobB7g All my important links you need can be found here: https://linktr.ee/sheanah Love Donations: https://tr.ee/wju1L2qUDySubscribe to my Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/SheanahJoin my email list here: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/64a74bd225d40372b8b3fcadMessage me @email@example.com
"When you are taking a big leap, ask yourself, how can I make this leap peaceful for myself and my family? " - Kayla CornishHow do you find rhythms of rest?In today's episode, our guest Kayla Cornish shares her inspiring journey of taking the shepherd leap and the fisherman leap, as she and her husband followed God's leading to move from Wisconsin to Asheville, North Carolina. Throughout their journey, they learned the importance of knowing their roots, establishing rhythms, and embracing rest. Let's dive into their story and discover the lessons we can apply to our own lives.Guest's BioKayla Cornish, based in Asheville, NC, is a wife, momma, writer, speaker and the co-founder and co-owner of Legacy Roots Co with her husband, Christian. She is passionate about equipping Believers to grow deeper roots in Christ, character, and family to be able to withstand life's storms and leave an eternal legacy. As a mom of 6 kids under 9 years old, she knows first-hand what it is like to build a business with peace through the abundance and chaos of raising little ones. Legacy Roots Co. supports their students via coaching, in-person workshops, online courses, and digital resources to show them how to practically live out an everyday walk with Jesus, disciple their families, and produce fruit that impacts their local church, communities, businesses, and the world. On a fun note, Kayla's favorite things include watching the sunrise every morning, espresso, painting, reading, hiking through the mountains in her backyard, and snuggling her babies.Stay Connected:Kayla's ResourcesWebsite Page | Legacy Roots Co.Legacy Root's 21 Day Challenge | Download HereLegacy Roots Co | InstagramLegacy Roots Co | FacebookRachel ScottWebsite| https://rachelgscott.com/Website| http://the5leaps.com/Instagram| https://www.instagram.com/iamrachelgscott/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iamrachelgscottSponsored Resources Mentioned:5 Week Leap Mentoring: Sign Up HereRGS Group: Learn More HereThe 5 Leaps Quick Guide: Grab it Here
Visit us at shapedbydog.com I love kids, especially those who are keen on training dogs, so when a 10th grader named Finya sent me some wonderful positive reinforcement dog training questions for a school assignment, I said, “Let's go!” Today I'm answering her questions about shock collars, eCollars, other aversives in agility training, training dog sport champions using only positive reinforcement,plus the importance of mentors, empathy and why dog trainers should keep egos in check for our students. You'll also hear three critical tips to troubleshoot your positive reinforcement training plan when stuck. In this episode you'll hear: • My answers and advice for an aspiring positive reinforcement trainer and agility competitor. • The benefits of positive reinforcement dog training over other methodologies. • Why we don't punish or unleash frustration when dogs make mistakes. • My thoughts on which dog training tools and techniques constitute abuse. • Why some people perceive dog agility training as animal abuse. • The importance of empathy for the plight of all sentient beings. • My thoughts on those who employ shock collars, prongs and other aversives. • Why making people feel judged shuts them down to learning. • My checklist for when dog training doesn't go as planned. • The importance of having a respected and trustworthy dog training mentor. Resources: 1. Podcast Episode 175: Food Luring VS Shaping In Dog Training: How Science Changed How I Teach Dogs - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/175/ 2. Podcast Episode 205: The Hidden World Of Reinforcement For Dogs And Why You Need To Know - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/205/ 3. YouTube Video: How To Get Your Dog To Listen Off Leash (Step By Step Guide) - https://youtu.be/Ei0lWFyAE50?si=CAuI3w96enkKpqFp 4. Podcast Episode 102: Transitioning Your Dog Training: From All That Is Wrong To That Which Is Right - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/102/ 5. Podcast Episode 78: How To Train a Rescue Dog with Behavior Problems - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/78/ 6. Podcast Episode 214: England Banned Shock Collars, Here's Why That Could Be Sad News - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/214/ 7. YouTube Video: Puppy's First Training with Susan Garrett: Shaping, Targeting and Collar Conditioning - https://youtu.be/ticB_1Twx6E?si=qEK3jiNTCEWYMipD 8. Podcast Episode 89: Why Dogs Should Not Tug: The Truth Revealed - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/89/ 9. Podcast Episode 217: Understanding Emotional Regulation In Dogs To Create Calm - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/217/ 10. Podcast Episode 69: Clicker Training: Will It Work For Every Dog? - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/69/ 11. Podcast Episode 197: Outsmarting Distractions: How To Use Environmental Reinforcement in Dog Training - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/197/ 12. Blog Post: The Top 10 Reasons Agility Dogs Drop Bars - https://susangarrettdogagility.com/2020/05/top-10-reasons-agility-dogs-drop-bars/ 13. Podcast Episode 34: Time Outs for Dogs: Does Your Dog Need One? - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/34/ 14. Podcast Episode 142: Giving And Receiving Constructive Feedback About Your Dog Training - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/142/ 15. Podcast Episode 134: How To Teach A Dog Stay WITHOUT Luring, Collar Pops Or Using The Word “Stay” - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/134/ 16. Podcast Episode 136: Help Your Excited Dog Calm Down And Stop Barking, Lunging, Spinning, Nipping - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/136/ 17. Podcast Episode 133: Become Your Own Dog Training Coach With This Video Strategy - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/133/ 18. YouTube Playlist: Planning Your Dog Training with Susan Garrett - https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLphRRSxcMHy3bIhKLPQApN0x_2PjNJgkG&si=PAUqCh2TgV2Jr9MH 19. Podcast Episode 218: Puppy Development Stages And Your Dog's Behavior - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/218 20. Podcast Episode 172: How To Teach Your Dog Anything With My Training Plan - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/172/ 21. Podcast Episode 99: When Reinforcement Based Dog Training Doesn't Work - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/99/ 22. Podcast Episode 203: Reactive, Unmotivated and Fearful: Finding Resiliency For This! Beyond Dog Training Part 1 - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/203/ 23. Podcast Episode 204: Dog Behavior And Diet: Recovery For This! Beyond Dog Training Part 2 - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/204/ 24. Watch this Episode of Shaped by Dog on YouTube - https://youtu.be/D-IoY2elb5w
Audie Cornish, the former host NPR's All Things Considered, is an anchor and correspondent for CNN. Her podcast is The Assignment. “I think there is journalism inherent in an interview. Like the interview itself should be considered a piece of journalism. It isn't always. Sometimes the vibe is that it's a little window dressing or that it's personality driven and I don't subscribe to that. I think that it has its own journalism. It's my journalism.” Show notes: @AudieCornish Cornish's NPR archive 01:00 The Assignment (CNN Audio • 2022) 25:00 "Letters: 'Music Curator' Diplo" (NPR • Jun 2012) 36:00 Cornish's Twitter thread (Jan 2022) 43:00 Serial (Serial Productions) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Derek Bruff shares about assignment makeovers in the AI age on episode 481 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast Quotes from the episode The technologies at play in higher education changed dramatically in a very short amount of time, and that required us to kind of rethink what we were doing as teachers. -Derek Bruff For my course, I felt like it is fine to teach them to write using the AI tools as long as I can help them learn to use the tools well. -Derek Bruff Resources Assignment Makeovers in the AI Age: Reading Response Edition, by Derek Bruff Assignment Makeovers in the AI Age: Essay Edition, by Derek Bruff Assignment Makeovers in the AI Age: Infographics Edition, by Derek Bruff Humberto Garcia Making Over Assignments in Light of New Generative AI Tools, by Derek Bruff What the Best College Teachers Do, by Ken Bain Cheating Lessons, by James Lang Episode 19 with James Lang: Cheating Lessons Mike Caulfield's SIFT framework 4 Steps to Help You Plan for ChatGPT in Your Classroom, by Flower Darby for The Chronicle of Higher Education Elicit The Homework Apocalypse, by Ethan Mollick
In this segment, we discuss why the enemy knows his time is running out and that he cannot stop the Word of the Lord from coming to pass in the Earth, therefore he is working overtime to pervert the written Word of God by using men to twist, distort and dilute the Bible to make it powerless and ineffective to transform the lives of men and women today.
It's back to school season and what better time that to get focused and setup properly to Redeem the Time with Jordan Raynor!FREEBIE ALERT!! After you listen to this amazing episode be sure to grab my gift to you, 5 Days of Declarations to Speak Over Our Children. Guest Bio:Today on the podcast Rachel will be chatting with Shae Bynes. Shae Bynes is a passionate storyteller, mentor, and strategist who equips leaders to be catalysts for transformation in the marketplace. Known as “Chief Fire Igniter”, Shae co-founded the Kingdom Driven Entrepreneur movement in 2012, and her most popular book Grace Over Grind: How Grace Will Take Your Business Where Grinding Can't is shifting the way people live, work, and engage the world around them. Whether she is sharing on platforms publicly or consulting privately, you can expect Shae to deliver an abundance of truth with love, grace, and contagious joy.In this Episode we talk about about:How Shae was able to shift her heart when following the Lord's calling for her seasons of her life.How God places people into your life to help guide & co-work with you within your calling.How God can increase your capacity to complete different stages in your journey.How to discern when you need to take a break Resources and Links:Kingdom Driven Entrepreneur Website | https://kingdomdrivenentrepreneur.comFind Shae on Social -https://facebook.com/iamshaebyneshttps://linkedin.com/in/shaebyneshttps://instagram.com/shaebynesConnect with Kingdom Driven Entrepreneur Further | https://kingdomdrivenentrepreneur.com/connect https://rachelgscott.com/http://the5leaps.com/https://www.instagram.com/iamrachelgscott/https://www.facebook.com/iamrachelgscottText 'Podcast' to 216-279-7174 or https://my.community.com/rachelscott
In this life changing message by Bishop Mark J Brown talks about the assignment in your life and how God has preordained the right people, people, and places. The Assignment will encourage, inspire, and change the way you see your current and future life.
In 2020 Belize was broke. Again. This small, climate-vulnerable, Central American nation is home to the western hemisphere's longest barrier reef. And it was about to default on a debt of over half a billion dollars. Enter an American NGO... The Nature Conservancy (TNC) is the world's largest conservation charity. TNC made an offer to the government of Belize: it would help restructure the debt, if Belize would channel the savings made into its precious coastal resources. In 2021, the deal became reality – creditors were paid off, and investors found for the new, so-called ‘blue bond.' Belize's debt shrank by 12% overnight. A win-win, right? But as Linda Pressly finds on a trip to Belize for Assignment, the ‘blue bond' hasn't been universally welcomed. There are concerns about an international NGO having influence in a poor nation, and arguments about which Belizean marine organisations have benefitted from the new investment. And there is one unresolved question: what does the ‘blue bond' agreement mean for the potential future exploration of offshore oil in Belizean waters? Presenter/producer: Linda Pressly Sound engineer: Neil Churchill Editor: Penny Murphy (Photo: Replanting corals to restore Belize's barrier reef is critical work in an era of climate emergency. Credit: Fragments of Hope)
It's back to school season and what better time that to get focused and setup properly to Redeem the Time with Jordan Raynor!FREEBIE ALERT!! After you listen to this amazing episode be sure to grab my gift to you, 5 Days of Declarations to Speak Over Our Children.Guest Bio:Today on the podcast Rachel will be chatting with Jordan Raynor. Jordan Raynor is a serial entrepreneur and national bestselling author of Called to Create, Master of One, and Redeeming Your Time. Through his books, podcast, and weekly devotionals, Jordan has helped millions of Christians in every single country connect the gospel to their work and do their most exceptional work for the glory of God and the good of others.In addition to producing this content, Jordan serves as the Executive Chairman of Threshold 360, a venture-backed tech startup that has built the world's largest library of 360° experiences of hotels, restaurants, and attractions. Jordan previously served as CEO of the company, following a string of successful ventures of his own.Jordan has twice been selected as a Google Fellow and served in The White House under President George W. Bush. A highly sought-after public speaker on the topic of faith and work, Jordan has spoken at Harvard University, SXSW, and many other high-profile events around the world. A sixth-generation Floridian, Jordan lives in Tampa with his wife and their three young daughters.In this Episode we talk about about:How constraint can be a blessing and not a burden when pursuing your calling.How the lack of detail in God's direction actually helps strengthen our faith.Sharing an encouraging word: Discipline can be learned. Resources and Links:Website | https://jordanraynor.com/Find Jordan on Social | @JordanRaynorRedeeming Your Time (Book) | https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08TGFF8K9/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1 Connect with Rachel at:https://rachelgscott.com/http://the5leaps.com/https://www.instagram.com/iamrachelgscott/https://www.facebook.com/iamrachelgscottText 'Podcast' to 216-279-7174 or https://my.community.com/rachelscott
In today's message, Joel Holm examines how Daniel played an integral role in the compromising culture of Babylon. We learned how he lived by embracing an excellent spirit, displaying outstanding qualities, and having a visible character that set him apart. In a world where societal norms clash with personal and spiritual morals, we discover that our assignment is to rise above and find God's presence, His kingdom, and how we have been distinguished through our encounter with Him.
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FREEBIE ALERT!! After you listen to this amazing episode be sure to grab my gift to you, 5 Days of Declarations to Speak Over Our Children. Grab the Freebie HEREIt's back to school season and what better time that to get focused and get the tools to better support our children. You are going to LOVE this Blast from the Past episode with Sara Broyhill Anderson! Sara is a wife, mother of five, and Christian apologist with her Juris Doctorate and Masters of Divinity in Apologetics. Sara started Fruits of Faith Ministries in 2016 which now reaches thousands of people each week on social media. She is the author of The Best Is Yet to Come: Facing the Fears of Today With God's Hope for Tomorrow. Sara is a speaker with Women of the Well Communicators as well as an official member of the MOPS speakers network. Sara helps women stand up to the pressures of modern culture with biblical truths for them and their families by applying apologetics from God's Word to challenge secular lies.In this Episode we talk about about:The transition from being a lawyer to being in ministryHow God used past experiences to prepare you for His future for youSharing her struggle with finding a community for herself and her familyThe importance of feeding our children's mind well and in a God-honoring wayResources and Links:Websites | Sarabroyhillanderson.com and fruitsoffaithministries.comFind Sara Broyhill Anderson on Social | Facebook: @fruitsoffaithministries and @Sarabroyhillanderson (Author Page)Instagram: @fruitsoffaithministries Connect with Rachel at:https://rachelgscott.com/http://the5leaps.com/https://www.instagram.com/iamrachelgscott/https://www.facebook.com/iamrachelgscottText 'Podcast' to 216-279-7174 or https://my.community.com/rachelscott
Today we are starting our "Best of" series with the episodes that had the most listens in the last three years. This episode first aired July 3, 2022, and asks: Are you doing what you thought you'd be doing? The episode is about embracing the assignment God's given you, even if it isn't what you expected. Amber wants to hear from you! If you have feedback or ideas, drop her a line at firstname.lastname@example.orgCheck out our other podcasts! Search for these on your favorite podcast app.– The Nonmicrowaved Truth with C.L. Whiteside– Time of Grace With Pastor Mike Novotny– Grace Talks Daily Devotionals– Bible Threads, with Dr. Bruce Becker– The Basics With Pastor Mike Novotny: God. You. Jesus. Faith– Evening Encouragements With Pastor JeremyIf you have questions and want to know more about God, like what does he think of you, what exactly was Jesus all about, how do you get “saved” and just what exactly does it mean to “get saved,” and what you should do next, we want you to download this free resource Pastor Mike Novotny wrote called, The Basics: God. You. Jesus. Faith.
When Audie Cornish first crossed paths with David Axelrod, she was a young radio reporter with no clout and he was the big-shot campaign manager of then-candidate Barack Obama. No wonder she couldn't get an interview. Today as colleagues at CNN, they can finally sit down and compare a few notes on that historic time in American politics. This conversation leads us into a special episode of The Axe Files featuring an interview with former president Barack Obama, presented in full. We'll be back with new episodes of The Assignment soon. Subscribe to The Axe FilesTo learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
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Why is there such stigma attached to getting older? How can we prepare to transition through the different stages of life? Those are some of the questions CNN's Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta is exploring on the latest season of his podcast Chasing Life. Audie sits down with Sanjay to talk about his approach to this season, and we'll hear the first episode which features a lovely interview with Sanjay and his parents. The team at The Assignment is taking a short break to do more reporting, we'll be back soon with more episodes. Thanks for listening!To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy