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The Real ResQ Podcast
Episode 114 Shane Rothlisberger

The Real ResQ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 74:24


In this episode of The Real ResQ, we are joined by Shane Rothlisberger, owner of VersaLifts. He has an amazing story about following a calling that God had placed on his and his wife's heart.  Shane walks us through a heartwarming story about what it took to not only rescue, but adopt two children from the country of Central African Republic. These two children became orphans as toddlers when their parents were killed. With a country in a bit of chaos, Shane and his wife took a leap of faith to go help these children in need. With new additions to their family, Shane says, “it's those kids who rescued us.”  Enjoy.   https://therealresq.com/home https://www.facebook.com/therealresq https://www.instagram.com/therealresq   Thank you for sponsoring this episode of The Real ResQ; Breeze-Eastern, https://www.breeze-eastern.com/ Axnes, https://www.axnes.com/ SR3 Rescue Concepts, https://sr3rescueconcepts.com VersaLifts https://vlifts.com/

Bloomberg Crypto
Nigerians Aren't Sold On Digital Cash

Bloomberg Crypto

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 16:45


About a year ago, Nigeria introduced a digital version of its official currency, the naira. The introduction of the so-called e-naira was partly a response to concerns that the rising popularity of crypto in the country was threatening the banking system. There are a few countries experimenting with their own versions of digital money, including the Central African Republic, China, Jamaica, The Bahamas, and various islands in the Eastern Caribbean. Other countries, including the United States, are in the “studying” and “thinking deep thoughts about feasibility” phase of things. So how's it going for Nigeria and the e-naira? Bloomberg reporter Ruth Olurounbi and Bloomberg Nigeria Bureau Chief Anthony Osae-Brown weigh in.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

MedicalMissions.com Podcast
Mentoring Christ Followers in Healthcare

MedicalMissions.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022


Despite the recognition that successful mentoring experiences are usually the result of intentional and committed relationships between mentor and mentee, there are still challenges in achieving consistent, positive outcomes for mission driven Christ followers in healthcare. Healthcare missionaries, whether domestic or foreign, face unexpected challenges, failures, and disappointments, both on and off the field of service, across a broad spectrum of life, work, and ministry. This talk will focus on the essential commitments of both mentor and mentee during the early career of cross-cultural workers who serve in diverse living and working environments.

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レアジョブ英会話 Daily News Article Podcast
OECD: Russia war, virus and climate hurting world’s poorest

レアジョブ英会話 Daily News Article Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 1:59


Russia's war against Ukraine, the lingering coronavirus pandemic and the damage of climate change are putting intense pressure on the world's poorest, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development warned. The Paris-based OECD reported that 60 states, territories and locations fell last year into the category of “fragile contexts'' — meaning they were exposed to economic, environmental, social and political risks that they didn't have the capacity to absorb. And that was before Russia invaded Ukraine and intensified their burdens. The report designated the most places in such dire straits since the OECD began issuing its States of Fragility report in 2015. The 60 account for 24% of the world's population, 73% of those living in extreme poverty, 80% of those who died in conflicts and the vast majority of the world's “hunger hotspots.'' And they are home to 95% of the record 274 million people the United Nations says need humanitarian assistance. “We are in an era defined by multiple crises, shocks and uncertainty,'' the OECD said. Only one in three people in fragile places have received COVID vaccines, compared with three of four in the relatively wealthy 38 OECD countries. The organization noted that the 60 fragile states account for just 4% of global emissions but “are feeling the brunt of climate-related natural disasters.” The OECD said the five most fragile countries last year were Somalia, South Sudan, Afghanistan, Yemen and the Central African Republic. And three countries — Benin, Timor-Leste and Turkmenistan — were newly added to the list of fragile states last year; none were removed. This article was provided by The Associated Press.

Business Drive
Wagner Group Accused Of Using Africa Wealth To Fund Ukraine War

Business Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 0:52


The US says Russian mercenaries are exploiting natural resources in the Central African Republic, Mali, and Sudan to fund Moscow's war in Ukraine. US Ambassador to the United Nations, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, says Russia's shadowy Wagner mercenary group was using the ill-gotten gains to fund Moscow's war machine in Africa, the Middle East, and Ukraine. She says people across Africa are paying a heavy price for the Wagner Group's exploitative practices and human rights violations.

MedicalMissions.com Podcast
Medicine, Missions, and Motherhood

MedicalMissions.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022


Balancing too many roles, wearing too many hats. It's tough to be a missionary doctor mom...is it even really possible? Some helpful discussion to guide us into the life God wants for each of his daughters.

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Deviate with Rolf Potts
Preconceptions can blur what you see firsthand on the road (with Eddy Harris)

Deviate with Rolf Potts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 52:14


"I didn't go to Africa to "feel African," or become African. What I wanted to do was put myself in the shoes of the person I was traveling next to." --Eddy L. Harris In this episode of Deviate, Rolf and Eddy discuss why Eddy's Africa travel book Native Stranger was not always well-received by America's cultural gatekeepers in 1992 (3:30); what is was like for Eddy to travel as a Black American in Africa in the 1990s, and how his experiences there became a book (12:30); how Africa has changed, and is changing (24:00); observations of Native Stranger that Rolf quoted in The Vagabond's Way, such as how to deal with beggars on the road (30:00); and Eddy's experiences being a Black American in France, and his core motivation for travel (37:00). Eddy Harris (@EddyLHarris) is a writer, filmmaker, and author of several books, including Mississippi Solo, Native Stranger, and Still Life in Harlem. Notable Links: Luxembourg Garden (park in Paris) South of Haunted Dreams, by Eddy L. Harris (travel book) Malcolm X (American activist) Alex Haley (American author) Jufureh (town in the Gambia) Taxi Brousse (share taxi common in Africa) Soho Square (garden square in London) Cape Coast Castle ("slave pen" fort in Ghana) Mobutu Sese Seko (ruler of Zaire from 1965 to 1997) Robert Mugabe (ruler of Zimbabwe from 1980 to 2017) Albert Pujols (baseball player) Central African Republic (nation) Josephine Baker (American dancer who moved to France) Normandy (region in France) The Deviate theme music comes from the title track of Cedar Van Tassel's 2017 album Lumber. Note: We don't host a “comments” section, but we're happy to hear your questions and insights via email, at deviate@rolfpotts.com.

MedicalMissions.com Podcast
Tackling Student Loan Debt for Healthcare Missionaries

MedicalMissions.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022


The average medical student graduates with over $241,000 in educational debt! This can seem insurmountable when trying to get to the mission field. But it's not! Come and hear about your options, and why student loan debt should not stand in your way of stepping out and following God's lead into missions. We will discuss how to limit debt, grant availability from MedSend, and federal programs that can dramatically reduce your monthly payment and even eliminate your student loans.

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UN News
Time to ‘turn words into deeds' in combatting sexual exploitation in Central Africa

UN News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 0:07


Following his first visit to the Central African Republic, the newly-appointed Special Coordinator on Improving UN Response to Sexual Exploitation and Abuse, or SEA, `underscored the need to “turn words into deeds” when it comes to zero tolerance of the scourge. During his first field visit since taking office this month, Christian Saunders reiterated the UN's firm stance against any and all such acts. Where abuses do occur, perpetrators will be held accountable, he declared, including though criminal investigations that could lead to job loss or imprisonment, he told Pascal Isidore Boutene, Coordinator for one journalist network in Africa, fighting gender-based violence.

UN News
Time to ‘turn words into deeds' in combatting sexual exploitation in Central Africa

UN News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 0:07


Following his first visit to the Central African Republic, the newly-appointed Special Coordinator on Improving UN Response to Sexual Exploitation and Abuse, or SEA, `underscored the need to “turn words into deeds” when it comes to zero tolerance of the scourge. During his first field visit since taking office this month, Christian Saunders reiterated the UN's firm stance against any and all such acts. Where abuses do occur, perpetrators will be held accountable, he declared, including though criminal investigations that could lead to job loss or imprisonment, he told Pascal Isidore Boutene, Coordinator for one journalist network in Africa, fighting gender-based violence.

Democracy in Question?
Mykola Gnatovskyy on the establishment of a Special Tribunal to Investigate the Crimes of Aggression against Ukraine

Democracy in Question?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 37:57


Guests featured in this episode: Mykola Gnatovskyy, a renowned Ukrainian legal scholar who was recently elected to serve as judge at the European Court of Human Rights. Before taking up this very prestigious nine-year appointment at the ECHR, Mykola was a professor at the Institute of International Relations, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. He also advised the Ukrainian Minister for Foreign Affairs on international criminal justice, and was a member of the International Expert Board on Crimes Committed during Armed Conflict at the Office of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine.From 2015 until 2021, Mykola served three consecutive terms as President of the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment.In March of this 2022, he was one of the original signatories, together with Ukraine's Minister of Foreign Affairs and the former British Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, calling for the establishment of a special tribunal to investigate Russia for the crime of aggression against Ukraine. GLOSSARY:What is the International Criminal Court?(01:58 or p.1 in the transcript)International Criminal Court (ICC): permanent judicial body established by the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (1998) to investigate, prosecute, and try individuals accused of genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity and to impose prison sentences upon individuals who are found guilty of such crimes. On July 1, 2002, after the requisite number of countries (60) ratified the agreement, the court began sittings. It is headquartered in the Netherlands at The Hague: source What is the War in Ukraine?(04:32 or p.2 in the transcript)In early November 2021 Russia began building up military forces along the borders of Ukraine, for the second time in a year. Over 100,000 Russian military personnel and assets were deployed in Crimea and in the Voronezh, Kursk and Bryansk regions of western Russia. Further Russian forces were deployed to Belarus for a series of exercises close to the Ukrainian border and Russian naval assets from the Baltic and Northern fleets deployed for exercises in the Black Sea. Tensions escalated following a US intelligence assessment in December 2021, which suggested that Russia could be planning an invasion of Ukraine in early 2022. On 24 February 2022 Russia launched military action in Ukraine, with forces crossing into the country from Belarus in the north, Russia in the east and Crimea in the south. Russia's actions came just days after President Putin officially recognized the self-declared independence of the Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) and Luhansk People's Republic (LPR), the regions of eastern Ukraine that are under the control of Russian-backed separatist forces, and deployed “peacekeeping” forces to the region: source What is the massacre in Eastern Anatolia?(07:18 or p.2 in the transcript)Massacre in Eastern Anatolia, also known as Armenian Genocide: campaign of deportation and mass killing conducted against the Armenian subjects of the Ottoman Empire by the Young Turk government during World War I (1914–18). Armenians charge that the campaign was a deliberate attempt to destroy the Armenian people and, thus, an act of genocide. The Turkish government has resisted calls to recognize it as such, contending that, although atrocities took place, there was no official policy of extermination implemented against the Armenian people as a group: source What is the Wagner Group?(17:02 or p.5 in the transcript)Wagner Group: a network of businesses and groups of mercenaries that have been linked by overlaps in ownership and logistics networks. Entities making up the network have been described in sanctions designations by the U.S. Treasury as being involved in a wide range of activities, including working to suppress pro-democracy protests, spreading disinformation, mining for gold and diamonds, and engaging in paramilitary activity. The group, such as it is, first appeared in Ukraine in 2014, where it assisted the Russian military in the annexation of Crimea. Since then, paramilitaries and businesses have branched out to Syria—where they have fought in support of embattled President Bashar al-Assad while securing a foothold in the country's energy sector—as well as to Libya, Sudan, Madagascar, Mozambique, and the Central African Republic: source What is the occupation of Crimea and Eastern Ukraine?(31:38 or p. 8 in the transcript)The Crisis in Crimea and Eastern Ukraine: on 22 February 2014, President Yanukovych disappeared from Ukraine and a new government was installed by the Ukrainian parliament. Later that month unidentified military figures, widely thought in the West to be Russian personnel (this was later confirmed), surrounded the airports in Crimea, a majority-Russian peninsula in Ukraine and the Crimean autonomous assembly was taken over by pro-Russian forces. In March 2014 a declaration of independence was issued by the assembly and a subsequent referendum on union with Russia was held. Since then, Russia has maintained its control over Crimea and supported pro-Russian separatist forces who also took control of parts of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions of eastern Ukraine (the Donbas) in 2014. Fighting between Russian-supported separatists and Ukrainian government forces has continued in the Donbas for the last eight years despite the negotiation of the Minsk Agreements in 2014/2015 which called for a ceasefire, the withdrawal of all foreign armed groups and constitutional reform recognizing the special status of Donetsk and Luhansk: source  Democracy in Question? is brought to you by:• Central European University: CEU• The Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy in Geneva: AHCD• The Podcast Company: Novel Follow us on social media!• Central European University: @CEU• Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy in Geneva: @AHDCentreSubscribe to the show. If you enjoyed what you listened to, you can support us by leaving a review and sharing our podcast in your networks! 

The WorldView in 5 Minutes
Pro-lifer, father of 7, arrested by 15 FBI agents; Hong Kong pastor on trial for Tiananmen Square massacre remembrance; NBC's story on 3D Ultrasounds

The WorldView in 5 Minutes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022


It's Tuesday, September 27th, A.D. 2022. This is The Worldview in 5 Minutes. I'm Adam McManus. (Adam@TheWorldview.com) By Kevin Swanson Hong Kong pastor on trial for Tiananmen Sq. massacre remembrance Pray for Hong Kong Pastor Garry Pang Moon-yuen who is on trial for attending an event commemorating the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre on June 4th, reports MyChristianDaily.com. He's also been praying for the revival and religious freedom of Hong Kong and doing sit-ins with parents whose college-age children were trapped during the siege of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Iranians protest over Morality Police killing woman over hijab With increased authoritarianism among governments, Iranian citizens have taken to the streets to protest.   At issue is the killing of a Kurdish woman, who was beaten to death by the Morality Police for improper use of a hijab, a clothing government that covers the hair. Over 40 people have been killed in the protests that ensued.   Freedom House reports a growing autocracy throughout the world.  Over the last year, the think tank concluded that a total of 60 countries suffered declines in political rights and civil liberties over the past year, while only 25 improved. The worst countries on the list include China, Russia, Afghanistan, Myanmar, Mali, and Hong Kong. The world has witnessed a 16-year-long, loss-of-freedom run, according to Freedom House.  Pro-lifer, father of 7, arrested by 15 FBI agents The U.S. government is busy making arrests.  This time, a Catholic pro-life family's home was raided by 15-20 FBI agents on Friday. Mark Houck, a father of seven children, was arrested on charges of violating the Freedom of Access to [Abortion] Clinic Entrances Act. Mark's wife said, “They had about five guns pointed at my husband, myself, and basically at my kids,” reports LifeSiteNews.com.  Mark would drive “two hours every Wednesday to speak outside of abortion clinics for six to eight hours at a time and at times would bring their 12-year-old son.” The GiveSendGo website noted that “Mark's ‘crime' was protecting his son from an aggressive Planned Parenthood escort in downtown Philadelphia.”  Conservative woman becomes Italy's new prime minister Once more, “The king's heart is a stream of water in the hand of the Lord; He turns it wherever He will.” (Proverbs 21:1) Now, Italian politics is moving conservative with the Brothers of Italy Party, gaining 26% of the vote in the recent national elections.   Giorgia Meloni won the election as the first female Prime Minister for the country, reports the BBC. Meloni wants more secured borders and has announced her opposition to the LHBT and Gender Identity ideology.  She opposes big international finance and the bureaucrats of Brussels (a reference to the European Union).  The BBC called it the most right-wing government for Italy since World War 2.  Ms. Meloni will be the 16th female head of state out of 45 European countries, a list that includes the UK, Scotland, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, and Sweden. That's the largest number of women leading countries in European history. The domino effect of European food shortage Turmoil in Europe is producing a food shortage worldwide. Between 2018 and 2020, Russia provided 32 percent of African wheat imports while Ukraine contributed 12 percent. World Magazine reports that 70% of Somalia's grain comes from Ukraine. Consequently, more than 800,000 Somalians have been displaced due to hunger and drought conditions. Plus, hundreds have already died of starvation. Keep in mind worst case conditions for hunger have hit Yemen, Syria, Afghanistan, Haiti, Honduras, Nigeria, the Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and the countries in the Horn of Africa. In Amos 8:11, the Sovereign LORD declared, “The days are coming when I will send a famine through the land—not a famine of food or a thirst for water, but a famine of hearing the words of the LORD'”. Americans concerned about economy and crime ahead of abortion As we approach the 2022 elections Americans are more interested in the economy and crime than abortion. Whether pro-abortion or pro-life, the issue of abortion takes second fiddle in the American mind, according to an ABC/WaPo poll released Sunday.  Americans are most concerned about the economy (89%), education (77%), and inflation (76%). Only 62% are concerned about the abortion issue.  Immigration and climate change were of least importance (standing at 61% and 50% respectively).  But Americans still lean pro-abortion when it comes to public policy in recent polls.  The ABC poll found the “public trusts the Democratic Party over the Republican Party to handle abortion by a wide 20 points.” A Pew Research poll found 61% of Americans wanted abortion legal in all or most cases. And a Gallup poll found 67% of Americans want abortion legalized in the first trimester — the highest number recorded in 25 years of polling.  NBC's story on 3D Ultrasounds and reference to “baby” in womb And finally, the NBC Today show did an extensive piece on 3D ultrasounds featuring videos of children in the womb who appear to be reacting to bitter or sweet flavors consumed by their mothers.   Interestingly, the coverage referred to the children as “babies,” not “fetal tissue.”  NBC REPORTER: “So, you guys have to see this!  Have you heard about this? So, this morning, we wanted to show you some amazing baby faces. “Look at this. Researchers in Britain wanted to know if babies in the womb react when the mom ingests a flavor of food. And this is what they saw. “So, the left is of a baby and its resting state. And then on the right, you see he smiles, 20 minutes. The mom ate some carrots. AL ROKER: “So, were there other foods?” REPORTER: “Yes, there were other foods. I'm glad you asked. You want to look at this baby's reaction? Mom had kale.” ROKER: “Wow!” REPORTER:  “So here's the thing. Let's say he's co-author says the images could just show muscle movements when a baby's reacting to maybe a flavor that's bitter.” The Worldview wonders, “Do any of these reporters, who marveled at the humanity of the babies in the womb, advocate abortion?” Close And that's The Worldview in 5 Minutes on this Tuesday, September 27th, in the year of our Lord 2022. Subscribe by iTunes or email to our unique Christian newscast at www.TheWorldview.com. Or get the Generations app through Google Play or The App Store. I'm Adam McManus (Adam@TheWorldview.com). Seize the day for Jesus Christ. Print story Stocks headed down Stocks are edging back down to the June low, bringing the three-month pseudo-economic recovery to an end. Economists are watching whether the stocks and crypto will break the barrier set in June given the aggressive hawkish behavior of the Fed raising interest rates like it's going out of style.

UN News
News in Brief 26 September 2022

UN News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 0:03


Said trial opens at International Criminal Court Torture 'systematically practised' in Venezuela, sanctioned at highest level South Sudan violence proliferating all over the country, experts warn

MedicalMissions.com Podcast
Introducing the Gospel to the Heart of the Muslim

MedicalMissions.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022


How To Proclaim and Deliver the Content of The Gospel Message, Which is, The True Saving Knowledge of God in Christ, to The hearts and minds of the Muslims Everywhere, so they could be Saved, and in a way they could understand through the power of the Holy Spirit.