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Provider of pastoral care, often a minister of a religious tradition, attached to an institution

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The Hospice Chaplaincy Show with Saul Ebema
A conversation with documentary film legend Terrence Youk

The Hospice Chaplaincy Show with Saul Ebema

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 42:49


Terence Youk began work in film and television production in1986, first as a composer and later writing, producing, directing, and editing independent documentaries, crafting promotional media and producing news spots for a variety of broadcast clients. Under the auspices of the production company, Brook Hollow Productions, Inc., he has collaborated with carefully selected creative and technical associates according to the unique requirements of each production.His programs for broadcast have aired on PBS, A&E, the Wisdom Channel as well as independent distributors of educational and presentation films crafted for nonprofit institutions, including: Thich Nhat Hanh & Plum Village, National Hospice Foundation, Institute of East-West Medicine and many others. He also has served as a freelance producer for several new gathering entities, including CNN, NBC, MSNBC, and ABC news.EXPERIENCEProducer, production & editor credits include National Geographic (Most Mad Seas), A&E (Most Mad Seas), Wisdom Channel (Thich Nhat Hanh: Roots of Peace)( now defunct), PBS National (Body & Soul), CT Public television (Backyard Bird Watcher), Outdoor Life Channel (Fly Fishing in the East). News Gathering: CNN, NBC News, MSNBC, ABC news. Promotional media content: National Hospice Foundation, NHPCO, VNA of Vermont, NH VNA & Vermont Institute of Natural Science.Award-winning independently produced films include: Thich Nhat Hanh: Roots of Peace, Numen: The Nature of Plants and Pioneers of Hospice & the Birth of Modern Hospice and The Next Dali Lama? (Director Mickey Lemle) released in 2017 (served as assistant editor).You can find more of Terence Youk's work on his website HERE.

All Things Considered
Jesus, Mary, Joseph and the wee donkey; the supporting cast.

All Things Considered

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 27:45


On this Advent Sunday here beginneth your guide to some of the other characters caught up in the Christmas story in addition to 'Jesus, Mary, Joseph and the wee donkey'. When Superintendent Ted Hastings of TV's 'Line of Duty' referred to the holy family, he had obviously forgotten all the other key suspects who in the next few weeks will feature in readings in Advent and Christmas carol services. Even before the shepherds and magi set foot in Bethlehem, we consider: Who was the prophet Isaiah who foresaw the coming of a Saviour? Who or what is the Root of Jesse? And then there's John the Baptist and the Archangel Gabriel. There always has to be a baddie - his name; King Herod. We also find out about that non-biblical and mysteriously beneficent figure who seems to hang around at this time of year. Should animals including that wee donkey, be present in the telling of the Christmas story? We might know their place in the plot but what do we know (or not know) about them, and why are they so important in the unfolding of the Christmas story? Roy Jenkins consults a modern-day cast of expert seers. The Revd Dr Emma Whittick, Chaplain to the University of Wales Trinity St David (Lampeter & Carmarthen Campuses) The Revd Dr Peter Hatton, Old Testament Scholar and Methodist Minister Dr Meredith Warren, Senior Lecturer, Biblical and Religious Studies, University of Sheffield. The Revd Professor Jeremy Duff, New Testament Scholar and Principal, St Padarn's Institute. The Rt Revd Gregory Cameron, Bishop of St Asaph and author of ‘An Advent Book of Days'. BBC Sounds episode image: 'The Ox & the Ass', an illustration by Gregory Cameron, used with permission.

The Mentors Radio Show
A Life of Gratitude: From Gangs to Gratitude

The Mentors Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 52:50


The Mentors Radio Host Tom Loarie today talks with legendary San Quentin Death Row Chaplain, the Rev. Earl Smith. Rev. Smith has been on our show before, but in case you didn't notice it in his interview, we replay it for you today - Thanksgiving Weekend - because every part of his life and story echoes a life of Gratitude. Even though his father was a preacher, Earl Smith chose a different path, for reasons you'll hear in the interview. Got involved in gangs, in drug selling, and... eventually... was shot 6 times and left for dead. That's when a real-life miracle happened. He survived, but it wasn't thought he'd pull through in the hospital. The miracle took place in the hospital -- nothing outstanding or "showy," but rather something interior, something deep, something he knew without doubt was beyond this world, which he credits to the prayers and faith of his father. You'll learn about all this and more -- the surprising way he became the youngest Death Row chaplain EVER in history, the common sense ways he's influenced and impacted inmates on Death Row as well a other prison chaplains... And more -- Rev. Earl Smith is also the Chaplain of two well-known pro-sports teams the San Francisco Bay Area—the Golden State Warriors and the San Francisco 49ers. You'll learn how he's used his breadth of listening experience and prayerful wisdom to build and, in a sense, cross-polinate between pro athletes and Death Row criminals such fledgling virtues as Hope, Gratitude, Focus, Humility and a sense of Higher Purpose. Don't miss the personal story, journey and insights of Rev. Earl Smith as he talks with The Mentors Host Tom Loarie! Find Show Notes here. Listen to the radio podcast below. Listen on ANY podcast platform, on ANY device, including TuneIn, iHeart Radio, Google Play, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, etc. etc, -- Chose your podcast platform here.

Publishing Secrets
Tarrent-Arthur Henry: You Have a Story Inside You

Publishing Secrets

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 36:47


In this episode, you'll also hear:Tarrent-Arthur's story of hitting rock bottom, and how choosing to spend five minutes with God each day transformed his entire life. The two most important questions from Tarrent-Arthur's book.How God helped Tarrent-Arthur break through writer's block by changing the focus of his book.Questions to ask yourself about the people you look up to.What it means to “Turn Off Your Brain” to yourself.Tarrent-Arthur's advice for the writer who feels too discouraged to keep writing. BIO:Tarrent-Arthur Henry writes under the name Tarrent- ‘Authur' Henry and is the author of the book, “Turn Off Your Brain And Listen To God.” He is a husband and stepfather of two wonderful young men.He is the co-founder, president, and guiding force of ‘Righteous Uplifting Nourishing International, Inc.', a 501c3 Non-Profit Organization whose global mission is to empower people and change lives.Tarrent is the Co-host of ‘Transforming Lives,' which is hosted by his wife, Helen Cummings-Henry.He is a Writer, Author, Poet, Pastor, Chaplain, Disaster Relief and Mental Health Responder, and a Certified Coach, Speaker, Teacher, and Trainer with The John Maxwell Team.The quote he lives his life by is: “Helping one person may not change the world, but it can change the world for one person.” GET CONNECTED:Website: www.authurhenry.comInstagram: www.instagram.com/tarrentman/Twitter: www.twitter.com/TarrentHFacebook: www.facebook.com/tarrentarthur.henry.1/ EPISODE SPONSOR: The Hope for the Holidays ProgramThis week's episode is sponsored by The 2021 Hope for the Holidays Program.While the holidays are a happy time for some, there are many people that are struggling right now. Some are facing personal challenges with their health, finances, mindset, relationships, or emotions. Others are dealing with professional and business pressures that cause them to question their sustainability and future success. In times like these, what people need most is a ray of hope. That's where the 2021 Hope for the Holiday campaign comes in. 6 amazing authors:Susanne WeegmannCharity GoodwinKim LenglingTamra T. BushLaurel Handfieldand K.L. Gilchristhave come together to spread inspiring messages of hope and raise money for a worthy cause.Be sure to check out their messages of love and light at 265point.com/spreadhope. 

Fort Laramie - OTRWesterns.com
The Chaplain – Fort Laramie (08-26-56)

Fort Laramie - OTRWesterns.com

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 31:40


Original Air Date: August 26, 1956 Host: Andrew Rhynes Show: Fort Laramie Phone: (707) 98 OTRDW (6-8739) Stars: • Raymond Burr (Captain Lee Quince) • Vic Perrin (Sgt. Goerss) • Jack Moyles (Major Daggett) • Harry Bartel (Lt. Siberts) Special Guests: • Parley Baer • Paul Dubov • Lawrence Dobkin Writers: • Kathleen Hite Producer: […]

Old Time Radio Westerns
The Chaplain – Fort Laramie (08-26-56)

Old Time Radio Westerns

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 31:40


Original Air Date: August 26, 1956 Host: Andrew Rhynes Show: Fort Laramie Phone: (707) 98 OTRDW (6-8739) Stars: • Raymond Burr (Captain Lee Quince) • Vic Perrin (Sgt. Goerss) • Jack Moyles (Major Daggett) • Harry Bartel (Lt. Siberts) Special Guests: • Parley Baer • Paul Dubov • Lawrence Dobkin Writers: • Kathleen Hite Producer: […]

Mamas in Spirit
A Blessed Thanksgiving with Father Jon Meyer

Mamas in Spirit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 35:37


Father Jon Meyer, Chaplain of Mamas in Spirt, joins host Lindy Wynne to explore the true meaning of Thanksgiving. 

Soul (Re)Discovery
Ep. 33 - Divine Love and Grace with Reverend Mary Moreno

Soul (Re)Discovery

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 90:36


In today's episode, we welcome my Aunt Mary! The Rev. Mary Moreno Richardson is an Episcopal priest and the first Latina ordained in the Dioceses of San Diego, where she served at St. Paul's Cathedral. Being a delegate to the United Nations on the issue of human trafficking, and Chaplain to survivors of abuse and detention centers for over 30 years, inspirited her to create The Guadalupe Art Program, which uses art to heal trauma. She's worked as a Mental Health Clinician/Forensic Specialist, at LAC/UCS, Violence Intervention Program and Senior Chaplain at Juvenile Hall in East, Los Angeles. She has been a guest speaker at the National Black and Hispanic Caucus of State Legislators on Mental Illness/ Youth in Detention, PBS's “Religion & Ethics News Weekly”, USC's School of Social Work, Human Trafficking Conference and The National Latino Conference on HIV/AIDS. Rev. Mary serves on the Santa Barbara County Behavioral Wellness Commission, and has a successful Hypnotherapy/Body Energy practice, specializing in trauma recovery. She has done A LOT, and in today's episode, she allows us in on her unique perspective and experiences with her spirituality and how she integrates that into her work with abuse and trauma. CONNECT WITH MARY: Mary's bio from The Guadalupe Art Program; http://www.theguadalupeartprogram.org/rev-marys-bio.html Credentials and Links: The Rev. Mary Moreno Richardson (Retired Episcopal Priest) The Resilience Program - Director - https://just1atatime.org/about/ The Guadalupe Art Program - http://theguadalupeartprogram.org/ Ct. Hypnotherapist (Trauma Specialist) Santa Barbara County Behavioral Wellness Commissioner President of the Board of Directors for Santa Barbara North County Rape Crisis Center - https://sbstesa.org/ Email: larevdamary@comcast.net CONNECT WITH KATHERINE: Insta: @katherine_wehler Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/soulrediscoverycommunity Grab your free Abundant Dream Life Meditation: www.katherinewehler.com The Golden Rose Business Mastermind: https://www.katherinewehler.com/mastermind

The Hospice Chaplaincy Show with Saul Ebema
A Conversation with Cathy Siebold on the early years of the Hospice movement

The Hospice Chaplaincy Show with Saul Ebema

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 48:35


In this interview, Cathy Siebold who has witnessed firsthand the evolution of hospice care since its modern incarnation in the 1960s, presents a balanced and objective analysis of the movement's accomplishments and failings.You can also read more about that in her book “The Hospice Movement: Easing Death's Pains.” She uses social movement theory to frame her discussion. Siebold traces the bell curve of growth, maturity, and decline that, to a point, has characterized the hospice movement. Founded by a diverse group of religious leaders, nurses, social workers, and laypeople, the movement was galvanized by the plight of a silent majority: dying patients, often isolated from family and friends in a hospital where intensive, last-ditch efforts to “cure” them were valued more than their own comfort and wishes. In its struggle to survive, the movement coalesced fairly quickly around the goal of securing eligibility for reimbursement from federally funded and private insurers. The movement attained this goal in the 1980s, giving the entire concept of hospice care legitimacy and, ironically, a secure place within the same health care system early hospice activists had struggled to escape. 

This is apologetics with Joel Settecase
The Broken Window—How We Broke This World and How Jesus Christ Fixes It (Chaplain Corner #6)

This is apologetics with Joel Settecase

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 8:35


This is the latest of the Chaplain's Corner episodes, a series of low-key, short lessons on the biblical worldview for dads to share with their kids. Today we're talking about sin and it's effect on the world (and how Jesus Christ puts it back together). ***** Subscribe to the Think Institute's YouTube Channel: http://youtube.com/thethinkinstitute We hope this episode is helpful. If you appreciate it, please consider partnering with us. Learn more about supporting the Settecase Family & Think Institute: https://thethink.institute/partner Follow us" http://facebook.com/thethinkinstitute http://twitter.com/thinkinst http://gab.com/thinkinstitute Get a free catechism, slide presentations and books: http://thethink.institute/catakids. Bring the Think Institute to your church, group or event: https://thethink.institute/booking Search the site for worldview, evangelism, apologetics, discipleship, theology and strategic engagement content: https://thethink.institute/search. Get tools and tips sent to your inbox: http://thethink.institute/think-updates Learn more about our intensive study cohorts at http://thethink.institute/hammerandanvil --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-think-podcast/message

Start the Week
Christianity: Changing Fortunes

Start the Week

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 42:10


Pentecostalism is global sensation: a Christian movement, founded at the turn of the 20th century by the son of freed slaves, that has become the fastest-growing religion in the world. Elle Hardy explains to Andrew Marr how this flourishing, tech-savvy movement is reshaping not only the expression of faith and one's relationship with God, but whole societies as well. In her exposé, Beyond Belief: How Pentecostal Christianity Is Taking Over The World, Hardy explores how miracles, money and power have become intertwined, but also how the movement has brought meaning and community to many of the most marginalised and rootless worldwide. In the Middle East there are some of the oldest continuous Christian communities, going back 2,000 years. But in The Vanishing, the award-winning journalist Janine di Giovanni paints a portrait of faith communities in serious decline. With threats of war, religious persecution and economic uncertainty, their futures are in doubt. But amongst the stories of attacks on churches and political harassment, di Giovanni reveals glimmers of hope and resilience in Christian communities across Syria, Egypt, Iraq and Gaza. In her roles as Canon of Westminster and Chaplain to the Speaker of the House of Commons the Reverend Tricia Hillas is situated at the spiritual heart of political power. She reflects on the continuing importance of faith in modern society and the issues facing the Church of England today. With congregation numbers in steep decline, in what ways can the Church spread its appeal, diversify and attract the younger generation? Producer: Katy Hickman

Bethel Assembly Podcast
Kevin Kappler - US Missionary (Law Enforcement Chaplain)

Bethel Assembly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 34:16


Concord Matters from KFUO Radio
Concord Matters for Church Visitation

Concord Matters from KFUO Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 54:33


What are these Saxon Visitation Articles of 1528 in the Book of Concord? Learn about what church visitations are about, what they have to do with the Book of Concord, and why Gospel-focused Lutherans—wanting to get out from under the Pope tyranny— would want to visit their churches and establish a Church order. Also hear what the proper use of the Lord's Supper, closed communion, daily worship services, and what is being taught in the churches and schools has to do with gospel-focused Church order. And finally, hear about what tribulation has to do with church visitation. Rev. Sean Daenzer, director of Worship for the LCMS and Chaplain at the LCMS International Center, joins host Rev. Sean Smith to discuss the Saxon Visitation Articles of 1528.

Awaken with Blake Lorenz
BEAUTY FOR ASHES

Awaken with Blake Lorenz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 16:29


Another testimony in the stories I am experiencing as we launch my new novel, Greater Love.  We were in prayer for God to give us direction for how to use this exciting action packed thriller concerning Jesus' return, when God spoke to one of our leaders that we should send it to prisoners in jails and prisons. God then led me to call Bill Glass prison ministries to see if they would distribute the book to prisoners.  Bill had written the foreword of my first book, Visits to the Gate of Heaven.  When I talked to one of their leaders they were blessed because they desperately need books in the prisons. I then called Dallas County Sheriff's Department of Religion.  When I spoke to the Chaplain, I was overwhelmed with tears of joy as I realized how God had opened the door to bless prisoners and fulfill Jesus' command to go to them to minister to those incarcerated..  I just have to say God will bring beauty out of these ashes. Here is the link to order. Keep trying until your order goes through! Thank you and God bless you richly. https://www.xulonpress.com/bookstore/bookdetail.php?PB_ISBN=9781662831829&HC_ISBN=9781662831836 Send the order to Bill Glass Behind the Walls 1101 S. Cedar Ridge Dr. Duncanville, TX 75137

Sports Spectrum Podcast
Baltimore Ravens chaplain Johnny Shelton on discipline and pastoring in the NFL

Sports Spectrum Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 34:57


Johnny Shelton is in his 9th season as the team chaplain of the Baltimore Ravens. He joins us today to talk about pastoring with the Ravens, what discipleship looks like within the organization and the gratification that comes from seeing a player begin a journey with Jesus. --- Looking for a holiday gift idea? Order our new devotional book: "The Increase 52 Week Devotional: Inspiring Stories of Faith from the World of Pro Sports."

Out of Boundz
Detroit Needs To Take Advantage Of Struggling Browns; Joe's Interested In Shawn's Todd Packer; Plus, Who's Las Vegas' Chaplain?

Out of Boundz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 41:14


Joe and Shawn are back with their Week 11 Preview, but first have to discuss the Monday Night Game that was over as soon as it started. Then, they get into their 3 Interesting Games each and yes, they each had 3 different ones for 6 in total. They each have different Todd Packer Games, but Shawn's had already been mentioned. At the end, they discuss the increased COVID policies for the Holiday season and how they feel about them. Stay safe where you are and stay healthy. Follow our https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2ztKcwf4ShB2zLluSroUCA (YouTube Page) for all our videos! (Be sure to Subscribe to be notified in the future!) Follow Shawn https://twitter.com/sHawInigan23 (@sHawInigan23) & Joe https://twitter.com/JoeMcDonnellOOB (@JoeMcDonnellOOB) on Twitter Follow Out of Boundz on https://www.instagram.com/outofboundzpodcast/ (Instagram) https://www.angrywhitedad.com/podcasts/?utm_source=oob-pod&utm_medium=podcast&utm_term=&utm_content=oob-episode&utm_campaign=external-links (AWD's Out of Boundz Page for all episodes) https://linktr.ee/OutOfBoundzPodcast (Linktree) for all content links Out of Boundz Podcast https://www.angrywhitedad.com/podcasts/out-of-boundz-podcast/out-of-boundz-glossary/?utm_source=oob-pod&utm_medium=podcast&utm_term=episode&utm_content=&utm_campaign=episode-link (Glossary of Terms) Out of Boundz Podcast https://www.angrywhitedad.com/podcasts/out-of-boundz-podcast/qb-stock-prices/?utm_source=oob-pod&utm_medium=podcast&utm_term=episode&utm_content=&utm_campaign=episode-link (QB Stock Values) This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Support this podcast

SportSquire
49: Football and Faith With Kent Chevalier, Chaplain of The Pittsburgh Steelers

SportSquire

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 48:08


In this episode of SportSquire, Brad is joined by Pastor Kent Chevalier (AKA, PK) who is currently the chaplain of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Kent shares his journey as a pastor over the last 25 years and how he arrived at his current position. Kent and his wife Erica, are responsible for bringing "church" to the entire Steelers organization. Kent is responsible for the men of the organization and Erica for the women of the organization. Kent shares one of the most amazing stories of how they arrived at their joint position. You will want to hear this story! This conversation is one that is full of encouragement and gives a side of the NFL you don't tend to see everyday. Men and women putting their faith in Jesus and discipling to others. Normal people like you and I trying to find their purpose through Christ. Kent challenges us all to find a small way to make an impact and watch God do his work. Kent and Erica Chevalier to many's surprise are not employed by the Pittsburg Steelers but Athletes in Action. They took a leap of faith to become 100% missionaries and are responsible for raising funds for all of their financial needs. If you are touched by Kent and Erica's ministry, you can learn more and even donate/partner with them to help extend and support their ministry. You can find the link to their website below: https://www.teamchevalier.com/partner Kent also shares how much he has enjoyed the bible study plan Mission 119. 10 minutes of reading and 10 minutes of brief commentary. You can find out more information at https://www.mission119.org/ to help you grow in your faith!

Tell Me
Tell Me: Season 2 Episode #10 A Heart to Heart with Father Michael Mannion (Father Mike) of Discovery Ministries, Inc.

Tell Me

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 42:23


Welcome to all of our listeners and subscribers!  Thanks to you, the Tell Me podcast has hit over 4500 downloads since its inception!  This is a big deal as we only have a total of 26 episodes published, so I am so thankful to all of you for walking on the path with me and my guests.  To date, we are being heard in 60 countries, 1750 cities and are in every continent.  As we grow, we are welcoming the opportunity to partner with sponsors, so if you would like to become a sponsor of our show, please reach out to me at lgrahambook@gmail.com. I truly love what I do.   As I always say, everyone has a story, and I believe there is much to learn from one another.Anyone who knows me knows my faith is very important to me.   That's why when I got the opportunity to interview Monsignor Michael Mannion, aka Father Mike, I jumped right in.  In addition to being the Chaplain for the NJ Fraternal Order of Police and working with other branches of law enforcement including the FBI,  he also ministers to veterans, parents who have lost their children to murder or addiction, and his retreat program is home to many who have felt they have simply lost their way. When you are in the presence of this man, you truly feel like you are in the presence of something so much larger than yourself.  Call it God, call it spirit, call it the best of what humanity has to offer.   It is no wonder or surprise that he enjoyed a deep spiritual relationship with one of the most beloved mothers that has ever walked the earth, Mother Teresa.But don't let the gentle nature of his demeanor fool you.  In this quiet strength, and maybe sometimes not so quiet when he's fighting for a cause he believes in, he has singlehandedly impacted the lives of millions of people.  Young and old, from all backgrounds and faiths, he has made a significant life changing and in many cases, life saving difference, in the lives of people from all over the world.Founder of Discovery House in Hammonton, NJ, The Discovery Ministries Retreat program was founded in 1974.   Since then over 30,000 youth, young adults, and family members have participated in spiritual retreats that have helped participants grow, pursue their dreams, and develop their God-given talents and gifts. To say that these experiences have included a few miracles of hope and healing is an understatement!Discovery Ministries now also provides social, recreational, and spiritual opportunities for families with chronically ill children, handicapped children, or special needs children. Discovery House thus serves as a “home away from home” for families who deserve our special care and attention and who honor us with their presence.Located in the beautiful pinelands of South Jersey (3730 Richards Ave, Mullica Township, NJ 08037) near Hammonton, the newly renovated and expanded Discovery House also hosts workshops, conferences, meetings, and training sessions sponsored by church and community groups, service and educational organizations.For more information about Discovery House and its programs through Discovery Ministries, visit their website is discoveryministriesinc.org or click on the link below: https://dmi-nj.org/You can also reach out directly to Father Mike via e-mail at: mtmannion@comcast.net.For more information about my newly released children's books and to learn more about our Healing Hearts campaign for children, visit our website at https://www.lgrahamauthor.comFinally, a heartfelt thank you goes out to Liam Graham and Anna Yanessa for providing the musical soundtrack for our show.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=XQZPJ3EBSWYRL)

Cumberland Road
Dave Tucker - Finding God Amidst Our Circumstances

Cumberland Road

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 50:49


Dave Tucker has been a minister for over thirty years. Dave earned his Master of Divinity at Brite Divinity School, with certificates in "Pastoral Care" and "Theology, Ethics & Church History." Dave is trained in Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) and is a Spiritual Director. Dave also specializes in marriage counseling, and consults with those dealing with grief and loss. Currently Dave serves as Pastor at St. Timothy Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Bedford Texas and is a Chaplain for the Bedford Police Department.Dave married his high-school sweetheart, Lucresia. They have two children. Geoffrey attends Texas Tech. Genevieve lives with her husband, Micah, and Baby Aria in the Dallas area.  You can find Dave on Facebook at @davethepastor, the church website at dave@sttimothy-cpc.org, and on the podcast Spiritual Living in a Chaotic World at: https://anchor.fm/spiritualitypodcast.Music is provided by Pierce Murphy, Caldera Blue. Source:  https://www.freemusicarchive.org/music/Pierce_Murphy/through-the-olive-branches/caldera-blueComments: http://freemusicarchive.org/Additional comments:  modifications made to shorten and loop song for introduction and closing of podcast.Copyright Attribution and License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

The Westerly Sun
Westerly Sun - 2021-11-16: Clement Labine, Brian Patrick Kennedy, and John Henry Barrett, Jr.

The Westerly Sun

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 5:24


You're listening to the Westerly Sun's podcast, where we talk about the best local events, new job postings, obituaries, and more. First, a bit of Rhode Island trivia. Today's trivia is brought to you by Perennial. Perennial's new plant-based drink “Daily Gut & Brain” is a blend of easily digestible nutrients crafted for gut and brain health. A convenient mini-meal, Daily Gut & Brain” is available now at the CVS Pharmacy in Wakefield. Now for some trivia. Did you know that Rhode Island native, Clement Labine was an American right-handed relief pitcher in Major League Baseball best known for his years with the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers from 1950 to 1960. As a key member of the Dodgers in the early 1950s, he helped the team to its first World Series title in 1955 with a win and a save in four games. He is one of eight players in MLB history to have won back-to-back World Series championships on different teams. He held the National League record for career saves from 1958 until 1962; his 96 career saves ranked fourth in MLB history when he retired. He also set a Dodgers franchise record of 425 career games pitched. Now for our feature story: By serving as vice president of the National Conference of State Legislatures, veteran lawmaker Brian Patrick Kennedy says he will have an opportunity to help ensure Rhode Island has an opportunity to influence the organization's legislative and policy agenda. Kennedy, a state representative who represents Hopkinton and a portion of Westerly, was elected to serve as vice president of the conference during the organization's legislative summit in Tampa, Florida. The bipartisan organization serves each state and U.S. territory and the nation's 7,383 state lawmakers and legislative staff. Founded in 1975, the conference works to advance the effectiveness, independence and integrity of legislatures and to foster interstate cooperation and facilitate the exchange of information among legislatures. Kennedy said: "I appreciate the opportunity to serve as vice president and look forward to working with my colleagues from around the country. NCSL has afforded legislators and staff an unrivaled opportunity to learn from the experiences of other states, exchange ideas and come up with policy solutions that can help propel our respective states and, ultimately, our entire nation forward. I also look forward to working with our Washington office to ensure federal policies are in line with state priorities." Kennedy's election marks the first time a legislator from a New England state has served in one of the conference's four leadership positions in nine years and the first time a Rhode Island lawmaker was ever selected. Kennedy remarked: "I think this is big for Rhode Island. Not only do we get to be involved with helping to set the agenda and figuring out legislative priorities on a national level, but we're going to help coordinate these central policies and how they impact state priorities moving forward."  Kennedy, who is in his 33rd year in the Rhode Island statehouse, has been involved with the conference for more than 20 years. For the past five years, Kennedy has served as speaker pro tempore in the Rhode Island House of Representatives.  Kennedy will serve one year as vice president, ascend to president-elect the following year and then become president at the legislative summit in 2024. NCSL leadership alternates between political parties every year. Idaho Speaker Scott Bedke, a Republican, will serve as president-elect of NCSL, and Speaker Scott Saiki of Hawaii, a Democrat, became the 48th president of the NCSL. For more about the coronavirus pandemic, the recovery, and the latest on all things in and around Westerly, head over to westerlysun.com. There are a lot of businesses in our community that are hiring right now, so we're excited to tell you about some new job listings. Today's Job posting comes from Crimmins Residential Staffing in Westerly. A couple in Watch Hill is looking for a part-time housekeeper. Pay is $35 per hour and you'll work there 3 days per week in season and one day per week during the off-season. For more job requirements, check out the link in the description: https://www.indeed.com/jobs?l=Westerly%2C%20RI&mna=5&aceid&gclid=Cj0KCQjwpf2IBhDkARIsAGVo0D2S3gEb-328GyRpBuTTeeKPdn3-klOh0KYAsfete6MEZmI5S4qTg-4aAnQkEALw_wcB&vjk=028da372fc87d663 Today we're remembering the life of John Henry Barrett, Jr., 84, of Hudson, New Hampshire and formerly of Westerly. A retired Episcopal Priest, John celebrated the 50th Anniversary of his Ordination in 2014, and over his ministry served parishes in Westport, CT; Concord, MA; Swampscott, MA; Johnson City, NY; and in retirement as Priest Associate at Christ Church in Westerly. He is the son of the late Dr. John and Mildred Barrett of Westerly and is predeceased by his wife of 55 years, Carol. He is survived by his 3 sons, 5 grandchildren, his sister, as well as numerous nieces and nephews. John was known to many as "Jack" and was active throughout his priesthood and his life, having served on many local and diocesan groups and committees and enjoyed the opportunity to visit the Holy Land on two occasions. He was a volunteer firefighter in Westport and served for many years as a Chaplain for the Swampscott Fire Department. Jack and his family enjoyed the outdoors and traveled every summer visiting National Parks and historic landmarks throughout the country. Thank you for taking a moment with us today to remember and celebrate John's life. That's it for today, we'll be back next time with more! Also, remember to check out our sponsor Perennial, Daily Gut & Brain, available at the CVS on Main St. in Wakefield! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Hospice Chaplaincy Show with Saul Ebema
The legendary Paul Nash on the 10th anniversary of “Held in Hope” and Bibliotherapy

The Hospice Chaplaincy Show with Saul Ebema

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 47:33


Paul is the Chaplaincy manager and Spiritual Care Lead at Birmingham Women's and Children's Hospital in England. He is co-founder of the Paediatric Chaplaincy Network, Centre for Paediatric Spiritual Care and Convenor of the Grove Youth Series.Here's a link for the videos of the books narrated by Bear Grylls.  https://paediatric-chaplaincy-network.org/resources/pcn-videos/

All Things Considered
Impossible to Forget

All Things Considered

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 27:04


This year the Royal British Legion marks the centenary of its Poppy Appeal, the national campaign to support those who have served in the armed forces. Roy Jenkins explores the legacy of conflict on those who serve, and hears from the organisations in Wales offering support. Martyn Gough, former Chaplain of the Fleet and Archdeacon of the Royal Navy, discusses the significance of the Remembrance Day service and recalls a particularly moving service held at Camp Bastion in Afghanistan. Martyn is currently the National Chaplain to the British Legion, and explains why he believes a century after its foundation the Poppy Appeal still retains its significance. Alabaré Christian Care and Support is a national charity offering support to ex-service personnel. It offers accommodation from Colwyn Bay to Cardiff for homeless veterans. We hear from their Boots on the Ground project improving wellbeing through outdoor adventure. Each health board in Wales offers an NHS Wales Veterans' Service for those experiencing PTSD. We hear from their clinical lead, and speak to veteran Martin Thorp, MBE about his experiences of this condition.

Messy Jesus Business
Deacon Pablo Perez: Finding Faith Behind Bars

Messy Jesus Business

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 54:41


Season 4, Episode 9 of Messy Jesus Business podcast, hosted by Sister Julia Walsh. "I go, and I think I'm bringing Church to them; Church is already there." - Deacon Pablo Perez LISTEN HERE: IN THIS EPISODE: Sister Julia Walsh talks with Deacon Pablo Perez about how he became a deacon and chaplain at Chicago's Cook and Lake County Jails, after being a gang member himself. "I was just as reckless as they were. I was just as broken as they were," Pablo Perez explains. "That's why I know that investing time in each of those young men...is worth it. Because if I changed, I know they could change." Sister Julia and Deacon Pablo Perez discuss forgiveness and mercy, how our Church and society could promote these values, and the importance of truly seeing people who are incarcerated. "Look at them the way the Lord looks at all of us," he says. They also examine the mess of our criminal justice system. "The whole environment is messy. It's a mess that no one wants to touch. It's a mess that no one wants to clean," Pablo explains. He encourages us, instead, to respond with compassion. ABOUT THE GUEST: Pablo Perez was born in Guatemala and came to Chicago when he was four-years old, then grew up on the north side of the city. He fell in love with jail ministry in the summer of 2006, when he served as a volunteer at Kolbe House, as part of his formation to become a deacon. He was ordained a deacon in February 2008. A former gang member himself, he now works in the Archdiocese of Chicago as the Associate Director of Kolbe House and Chaplain at Cook and Lake County Jails.  In addition to ministering in the jail, Pablo ministers at St. Bede the Venerable Parish on the Southwest side of Chicago, where he counsels couples and trains Eucharistic ministers and lectors. He has been married for 24 years and has three children: two adults and one teenager.  His story is told in the film, RESTORED: Stories of Encounter - Deacon Pablo Perez. Contemplative Moment is an excerpt from number 16 of the Apostolic Letter Misericordia et misera. MESSY JESUS BUSINESS is produced and hosted by Sister Julia Walsh, and edited by Charish Badzinski. Email us at messyjesusbusiness@gmail.com BE SOCIAL:https://www.facebook.com/MessyJesusBusiness https://www.instagram.com/messyjesusbusiness Twitter: @messyjesusbiz SUPPORT US: https://www.patreon.com/messyjesusbusiness

The Coffee Hour from KFUO Radio
Combat Veterans, Moral Injury, and the Healing Word of God

The Coffee Hour from KFUO Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 26:20


Rev. Dr. Mark J. Schreiber — US Navy Chaplain, Retired, CAPT, CHC, USN (Ret.), and author of Nailed! Moral Injury: A response from the Cross of Christ for the Combat Veteran, joins Andy and Sarah to talk about his path to becoming a Navy Chaplain, where he served as a Chaplain, what moral injury is and how it's different from PTSD, how moral injury affects combat veterans, and how chaplains and pastors bring the Word of God and the Cross of Christ to veterans experiencing moral injury. Find Nailed! Moral Injury: A response from the Cross of Christ for the Combat Veteran at amazon.com. Learn more about military chaplaincy through LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces at lcms.org/armedforces. If you or someone you know is struggling with thoughts of suicide or self-harm, help is available. Contact the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741741 or visit crisistextline.org. Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at (800) 273-8255 or chat online at suicidepreventionlifeline.org.

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career
RFT 549: Marine Corps Birthday/Veteran's Day

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 9:16


In the battle for Iwo Jima, 7000 marines were killed and 20,000 wounded. From az central: It's an image seared into the American consciousness. After four days of fierce fighting on the tiny Pacific island of Iwo Jima during World War II, part of the United States' “island hopping” strategy to defeat the Japanese after retaking the Philippines, six U.S. Marines climb the highest peak of the 8-square-mile outpost and plant an American flag. One helmet-clad Marine holds the post in place amid the rubble, while the others thrust the stars and stripes toward the smoke- and cloud-pocked sky; a triumphant moment captured by Associated Press photographer Joe Rosenthal. The photo would publish nationwide to great fanfare two days later on Sunday, Feb. 25, 1945, and prove that, yes, we can win the war. Rosenthal would later win a Pulitzer Prize for Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima, and the U.S. Postal Service would affix the image on a 3-cent stamp. From my author website: November 10, 1969 I was sitting in the Doom Club with a couple of the other Covey FACs. The weather had been especially lousy, with squall line thunderstorms over the mountains between DaNang and Laos. Because of the weather either over the target area or over our route to the AO, we hadn't flown any missions in several days. We were getting antsy, and spent most of our time bitching. And drinking. We were about to order another round of drinks, when in walked a Marine Lieutenant. It was Lieutenant Royce! “Who wants to help celebrate the Marine Corps birthday?” he bellowed. I got the impression he'd already started celebrating a bit earlier. When he saw me, his eyes lit up. “Lieutenant! Great to see you. I have a jeep outside, and I can take five of you.” “I'm ready!” I answered, “Let's go.” Three other guys joined me in piling into the jeep for a quick, albeit dangerous, drive to Camp DaNang, the Marine outpost. When we arrived we spilled out and went into the Marine Officer's Club. The Marines didn't know how to live in luxury, but they sure knew how to throw a party. All the booze we could drink. All the food, great food, we could eat. Steak, lobster, shrimp. We had a ball. Like every other time I got shit-faced drunk, I blacked out. I think I had a good time. Next thing I knew, someone was shaking me. “Lieutenant. Wake up.” It was Royce. I felt like crap. I lifted my head and looked around. I was on a canvas cot. “It's 0500 hours,” Royce proclaimed, “Let's go for a run.” “I, I think I'll pass,” I responded. “Okay. If you want to wash up, here's a basin.” He handed me an empty helmet. All I could think was, “You gotta be shitting me.” I thanked Royce and hitched a ride back to DaNang. Damn, those Marines knew how to throw a party! From Today: A sacred part of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier usually only visited by presidents and foreign dignitaries is open to the public this week in honor of the 100th anniversary of the memorial dedicated to America's unidentified war casualties. The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Plaza on the hallowed ground of Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia is usually reserved for the sentinels who stand guard and presidents and other dignitaries presenting a wreath or flowers. Ahead of Veterans Day on Thursday, the American public is being given the chance to step forward on the plaza and pay their respects by placing flowers at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The special opportunity is available on Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. EST by registering online in advance. TODAY's Craig Melvin traveled to the site of the sacred white marble sarcophagus to speak with a gold star mother who regularly visits Arlington as well as a senior member of the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment, known as “The Old Guard,” who keep watch day and night at the tomb. The memorial was dedicated on Nov. 11, 1921, after the remains of an unidentified soldier from World War I were exhumed from a military cemetery in France, flown to the United States, and buried in a ceremony officiated by President Warren G. Harding. Remains of unidentified soldiers from World War II and the Korean War were later interred at the tomb in the 1950s. The remains of a Vietnam War veteran were buried there in 1984, but they were exhumed in 1998 and buried at a Missouri military cemetery at the request of the soldier's family after he was positively identified as Air Force 1st Lt. Michael Joseph Blassie, according to the Arlington National Cemetery website. Cindy Chip, whose son Sgt. Michael Hardegree died while serving in Iraq in 2007, is among the more than 12,000 people who have signed up so far to lay flowers at the tomb on Tuesday and Wednesday. "We don't know that soldier's name," she told Craig on TODAY Tuesday. "We don't know anything about him except that he was an American soldier and he gave his life for his country. And we will never forget him. "And every mother in her heart, that is what we want to say. Just don't forget them. Just don't forget that he lived. And that's what that tomb says to me. This country will never forget it." From my author website: Saying Goodbye To A Friend Posted on April 15, 2015 I buried a friend yesterday. At this age, that's not terribly unusual. What made this different is that Rick Chorlins was killed 45 years ago, and his remains have finally been brought home. Rick and I were close when we were cadets at the Air  Force Academy. Then, in 1967, graduation sent us in different directions, and we didn't meet up again until late 1969. I was stationed at DaNang Air Base, South Vietnam, and had wangled a good-deal trip to Thailand for a few days. I was going to go for an orientation ride on a C-130 Airborne Command and Control Center (ABCCC), call-sign Moonbeam. It was a chance to get away from the unrelenting nightly rocket attacks, and see locals who were not burdened by war and who knew how to smile. I arrived at Nakon Phanom Royal Thai Air Base, called NKP, and headed to the Officers Club. And there, standing at the bar, was Rick, along with another classmate I hadn't seen in over two years, Bob Moore. Meeting up with old friends after a long time is always fun. Running into them unexpectedly on the other side of the world is really special. We hung around together the entire night. After a few drinks, we had dinner, then went back to their hootch and caught up with what had been happening in our lives. We had all gotten married since we last saw each other. Rick had gotten a Master's Degree. Bob had become a father. We swapped war stories. I told them what it was like to be a Forward Air Controller, and they told me what it was like to fly the A-1 in combat. Truth be told, I felt like I was the kid and they were the grown-ups. I was flying a dinky little O-2A Skymaster, while they were flying the Skyraider, a gigantic, fire-breathing tail-dragger with a round engine that carried thousands of pounds of bombs under its wings and dueled with enemy gunners for a living. They were real fighter pilots. After hours of shooting down our watches with our hands, we said our good-byes and vowed to get together again, at some unknown time in the future. Great guys. If you've read Hamfist Over The Trail, this story might sound familiar. Chapter 28 is the fictionalized account of my meeting up with Bob and Rick. Dave and Dick in the book are the fictional characters representing the real-life Rick and Bob. Bob was killed the next week . A few months later, Rick was shot down and he was listed as KIA, but his remains were not recovered. Until now. After 45 years, Rick came home. His remains had been discovered in Laos in 2003 and sent to Hawaii, where DNA testing finally confirmed it was Rick. Rick was buried at the Air Force Academy cemetery with full military honors, including a 21-gun salute, a missing-man fly-by, and the solemn playing of Taps. Generals presented flags to his two surviving relatives, his sisters, Cheryl and Toby. Then we all gathered together at a restaurant to tell Rick stories. And we all had a really great time, reminiscing about Rick's great sense of humor, his intelligence, and his dedication to duty. It was a great Celebration of Life. And it was also a solemn reminder of the sacrifices the families of servicemen faced, and continue to face, when they send their loved ones off to war. They wait at home, never knowing if the sound of the closing car door in the street is a neighbor coming home or a military staff car with a Colonel and a Chaplain coming to bring news that will change their lives forever. That happened 58,286 times during the Vietnam War. Eighteen on my classmates were lost in Southeast Asia. Five have still not been found.

Air1 Radio News
Chaplain Launches Free Cell Phone Program To Help Former Foster Kids Stay Connected

Air1 Radio News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 16:14


Hope is to ensure these aged-out foster kids find hope and encouragement and don't drop-off the radar. Listen to Air1's Rafael Sierra's report.

K-LOVE News Podcast
Chaplain Launches Free Cell Phone Program To Help Former Foster Kids Stay Connected

K-LOVE News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 16:14


Hope is to ensure these aged-out foster kids find hope and encouragement and don't drop-off the radar. Listen to K-LOVE's Rafael Sierra's report.

The Coffee Hour from KFUO Radio
Serving Faithfully as an Army Chaplain

The Coffee Hour from KFUO Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 26:47


Matt Christensen — Chaplain (MAJ) USA at the US Army Chaplain Center and School in Ft. Jackson, South Carolina, joins Andy and Sarah to talk about his path to becoming a US Army Chaplain, the various places he's served on active duty, how he serves others as a Chaplain, what catechesis looks like as a military Chaplain, and the place of the Sacraments in his vocation. Learn more about LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces at lcms.org/armedforces.

John Branyan's Comedy Sojourn Podcast
TCND Fancy Pants Rouse Rabble and John Goes Viral

John Branyan's Comedy Sojourn Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 48:55


Hi, Neighbor Pkarlgh! (That's you, Listener.) Give us a moment to fix our mics and grab a glass of water. John wrote something about an Atheist Chaplain at Harvard, and it was shared on Facebook more than 130 times... We confess to being a little surprised by how surprised Christians seem. This is not our first time encountering "Atheist Spiritual Guides," but apparently it's a new concept for many of our brothers and sisters. (If you'd like to see the Atheist Eulogy John wrote in 2016 to honor a godless chaplain, you can click here: https://johnbranyan.com/flexing-my-hopeless-muscles/ ) For several decades, Christians have been more interested in having a nice "dialogue" with non-believers than they are interested in actually CONVERTING them to Christianity. As a result, Christians are platforming godlessness and thinking that's what Christ wants! A fool's response to the news of an Atheist chaplain: "I actually think it's an important move. [The Chaplain] oversees all faiths, including Humanism. Many young people, turned off by the political weaponization of Christianity, are avoiding organized religion. However, they are still seekers and will eventually seek comfort somewhere. Who knows? Creating an open-minded space for discussion may provide just the right environment to invite students back to organized religion." Eventually, John reads some mail from you, Pkarlgh. You made us laugh this week! There's a T-Shirt that John wishes he owned. Then the Peaches shares a brief story about a deli employee who can't spell. Are masks and vaccines worth dying over? And, more importantly, is a vaccine too much to ask in exchange for seeing ADAM LEVINE?!... All this and more, Pkarlgh. All this and more. Send your questions and comments to nextdoor@johnbranyan.com. Bye, Neighbor!

insideABODE
AbodeLife: Let's Talk About Homelessness | Tacoma Rescue Mission Director & Chaplain

insideABODE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 39:40


In this weeks' episode of insideABODE, Dave sits down with the Tacoma Rescue Mission Executive Director Duke Paulsen, and Tacoma Rescue Mission Chaplain Lonnie Arnold. Lonnie also is Director for the Racial Reconciliation Network, and brings 20 years of experience as a police officer in King County. In this discussion Duke and Lonnie give us insight into homelessness from their point of view, and perspectives they see on the ground. Check out this insightful discussion! Have any topics you would like us to cover? Contact Dave Jones at davidjones@windermere.com and drop a note! Or visit www.windermereabode.com for more content and houses! Visit the Tacoma Rescue Mission --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/windermereabode/message

This is apologetics with Joel Settecase
The Artist (Chaplain Corner #5)

This is apologetics with Joel Settecase

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 7:26


Welcome to the Think Podcast with Joel Settecase. This is the latest of the Chaplain's Corner episodes, a series of short lessons that I gave to my sons' TrailLife troop. I'm the assistant chaplain for the troop. My purpose here is to give you dads something bite-sized to pass along to your children, to help give them a biblical perspective on life. After all, you can't defend the Christian message if you don't understand and believe it. If you enjoy this please subscribe to the show. And if you're blessed by the Think Institute please consider partnering with us prayerfully and financially, by going to thethink.institute/partner. If you like this kind of thing and want to hear more like it, let me know at https://thethink.institute/contact. Listen to the Think Podcast on 11 podcast platforms: https://anchor.fm/the-think-podcast Subscribe to the Think Institute's YouTube Channel: http://youtube.com/thethinkinstitute We hope this episode is helpful. If you appreciate it, please consider partnering with us. Learn more about supporting the Settecase Family & Think Institute: https://give.cru.org/1018841 Follow us! http://facebook.com/thethinkinstitute http://twitter.com/thinkinst http://gab.com/thinkinstitute Get a free catechism, slide presentations and books: http://thethink.institute/catakids. Bring the Think Institute to your church, group or event: https://thethink.institute/booking Search the site for worldview, evangelism, apologetics, discipleship, theology and strategic engagement content: https://thethink.institute/search. Get tools and tips sent to your inbox: http://thethink.institute/think-updates Learn more about our intensive study cohorts at http://thethink.institute/hammerandanvil --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-think-podcast/message

Bar Talk with Jenna
76. A Priest Walks Into a Bar (ft. Father Dan Brandt)

Bar Talk with Jenna

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 78:38


This week we belly on up to the bar with Father Dan Brandt, the Chaplain for the Chicago Police Department. The 2 discuss how we are all love, how one finds light during a dark time, the struggles that Father has had and Jenna shares how at one point she lost her faith. This week church is in a bar. So get ready and enjoy!

The Mentors Radio Show
Death Row Chaplain Rev. Earl Smith Inspires as He Shares Unbelievable Experiences and Talks about What Matters Most In Life – for each of us!

The Mentors Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 52:50


In this episode, legendary chaplain Rev. Earl Smith talks with Host Tom Loarie about his life-changing experiences and what matters most in life. Earl Smith is the youngest person ever to be hired (in 1983, at the age of 27) to serve hardened Death Row inmates at notorious, maximum security San Quentin prison. He's still serving Death Row inmates there -- more than 38 years! He's also the long-time, much-praised chaplain for several Pro sports teams, including the San Francisco 49ers and the Golden State Warriors. Rev. Smith is often asked to appear on radio and TV shows, including CNN, CBS Morning News, HBO, The Discovery Channel, The History Channel and more. He's been featured in Newsweek, Ebony, Christianity Today, Time magazine, People's Weekly, Guidepost, The African Americans and many more. In 2020, Chaplain Smith was named "National Correctional Chaplain of the Year." He was awarded two Angel awards for excellence in Media, to name just a few of many honors received. But Earl Smith sure didn't start out as chaplain material! In fact, raised in the town of Stockton, California, he spent his teen years honing his criminal drug activity....until one day he found himself alone and on the ground, having been shot six times and left to die. His father, a preacher and pastor prayed and loved him back to life in the hospital and prophetically told Earl: "You are a rebel, but you are God's rebel and he's going to use you to his glory." PURE INSPIRATION! Find Show Notes here (where you'll also find a link to Earl's book, Death Row Chaplain: Unbelievable True Stories from America's Most Notorious Prison.  Listen to the radio podcast below. Sign up for THE MENTORS RADIO PODCAST here and Never Miss An Episode!

Veterans  Radio
Navy Chaplain Dale C. White Recounts Service and Fallujah

Veterans Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 45:00


United Methodist Reverand Dale White tells how he was recruited into the Navy and explains his 29 years of service. He spent 14 months in Iraq during 2005-2006. White explains to host Jim Fausone the duties of chaplains. He talks about the battle lessons and IEDs. With a little cajoling, he recounts the actions that led to him receiving the Combat Action Ribbon (CAR) and the Bronze Star.  

The Hospice Chaplaincy Show with Saul Ebema
A Conversation with Chaplain Kimberly Hinz

The Hospice Chaplaincy Show with Saul Ebema

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 48:59


She is ordained and ecclesiastically endorsed by the Assemblies of God. Kimberly graduated with a Master of Divinity degree from Assemblies of God Theological Seminary in Springfield, Missouri. Prior to graduate school, Kimberly received her Bachelor of Science in Religion from Liberty University, Lynchburg, Virginia. Before joining Lighthouse, Kimberly completed her Clinical Pastoral Education at Advocate Good Samaritan in Downers Grove, Illinois and at Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville, Illinois. Kimberly lives with her family in LaGrange, Illinois. She has one dog, Java. Kimberly loves nature and travelling.

Christian Outdoors Podcast
The Bass Chaplain

Christian Outdoors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 47:29


How does someone become a bass chaplain? What exactly is a Bass Chaplain? Chris Wells is just that, since 2008 he has been the Chaplain of the Bassmaster Elite series professional bass fishing circuit. By chasing a dream of bass fishing, Chris follows the bass anglers around the country and ministers to them where they are. Listen to this episode as he shares with us how he does what he does. 

The 41 Files
Faith in KC: Prison Chaplain Matt Mason

The 41 Files

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 49:43


KSHB 41 News Today anchor Taylor Hemness continues his series examining the role of faith in the lives of Kansas Citians. In this episode, he spoke with prison Chaplain Matt Mason. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brown Line Vineyard-Listen to Talks
Helping others be present (Lessons from a chaplain)

Brown Line Vineyard-Listen to Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 47:38


Vince interviews special guest and friend of BLC Natasha Huang about being a chaplain, and the ways we all can learn from chaplains for the benefit of our relationships and interactions and community.

The Ray Hadley Morning Show: Highlights
Ray Hadley calls on anti-vax senior chaplain to be stood down

The Ray Hadley Morning Show: Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 4:14


Ray Hadley is calling on a NSW school to stand down its senior chaplain amid anti-vax sentiment. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KidZ at Heart Podcast
40. Called to Make a Difference (with Elaine Baillie)

KidZ at Heart Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 45:00


 Special guest, Elaine Baillie, and her husband, Ray, have been married for 44 years and have 3 married daughters and 5 grandchildren. They have pastored throughout Alberta and are presently pastoring New Destiny Church in the urban center of Edmonton. Ordained in 2010, Elaine holds her license with the Ministers Network of Canada. Her love for children and youth is what led Elaine to work as an Educational Assistant at Fort Saskatchewan Christian School, beginning in 2004 In 2015, Elaine took on the full-time role of Chaplain at her school. She joyfully filled that role until her retirement in 2020. Teaching and equipping children to hear the voice of God has been, and continues to be, the highlight of Elaine's ministry.Gordon and Adam welcome Elaine to the KidZ at Heart podcast to share some incredible stories from her time with the "New Generation Prayer Team," a special group of kids who learned to listen to God through prayer and respond with awe-inspiring courage and boldness. This group of children embodied Daniel 11:32, which says, "...the people who know their God shall prove themselves strong and shall stand firm and do exploits (for God)."Elaine's book, "Youth Called to Make a Difference," is the retelling of the exploits of a dedicated group of children who dared to believe that God was (and is) speaking to us and calling us to action. All we need to do is slow down and learn to listen.If you would like to purchase Elaine's book, you can find it here: pagemasterpublishing.ca/shop/youth-called-to-make-a-differenceWe're excited to share Elaine's stories with you in this podcast episode. We hope they will inspire you, too, as you continue to invite your children to draw closer to God's heart and listen for that still, small voice of love.If you have a story you would like to share on the KidZ at Heart podcast, please send an email to info@kidzatheart.org. We would love to share your testimony of God's faithfulness and goodness as a source of encouragement to others all around the world. You really are making a difference in the lives of children...and in the world!Please rate, leave a review, subscribe and share this podcast with others. Thank you!KidZ at Heart Podcast Hosts:Gordon West (KidZ at Heart, President/CEO)Adam Ormord (KidZ at Heart, Chief Culture Officer)

The Patriots In Tune Podcast
JEFFREY PRATHER - Patriots In Tune Show - Ep. #472- 10/19/2021

The Patriots In Tune Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 127:05


TUESDAY; 10/19/2021 @ 7:00pm ET JEFFREY PRATHER - Patriots In Tune Show - Ep. # 472 - #TuneIn2InTune on the Patriots In Tune Show with TOOTS SWEET JEWELS JONES & special guest JEFFREY PRATHER. Ex-Government insider turned whistle blower targeted by the deep state outing fake news!

The Hospice Chaplaincy Show with Saul Ebema
A Talk with Sallie Tisdale on her book “Advice for Future Corpses (and Those Who Love Them).”

The Hospice Chaplaincy Show with Saul Ebema

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 41:22


She published a collection of essays, Violation, in 2015. Her incredible work has appeared in Harper's, Antioch Review, Conjunctions, Threepenny Review, The New Yorker, and Tricycle, among other journals. Tisdale also teaches at Dharma Rain Zen Center in Portland, Oregon.

Catholics Across the Aisle
Part 3: Interview with Dale Recinella, Catholic Correctional Chaplain on Florida's Death Row

Catholics Across the Aisle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 40:27


In part 3 of this interview,  we reflect on the myths surrounding the death penalty and how the death penalty is not what many think it is. Dale shares first-hand stories of innocent men being sentenced to death and executions gone wrong. To close out the interview, Dale discusses restorative justice and how fighting against the death penalty is a life issue, and not a criminal justice issue. 

St. Joseph Catholic Church Raleigh, NC
Twenty-nineth Sunday in Ordinary Time 2021 - Fr. Michael Drea, National Chaplain for Mission Development, Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS)

St. Joseph Catholic Church Raleigh, NC

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 21:56


Catholics Across the Aisle
Part 2: Interview with Dale Recinella, Catholic Correctional Chaplain on Florida's Death Row

Catholics Across the Aisle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 20:48


In part 2 of this interview, we discuss what is experienced by people incarcerated on death row when their warrant is signed. Dale also shares his thoughts as he tries to minister to these individuals.

This is apologetics with Joel Settecase
The Master (Chaplain Corner #4)

This is apologetics with Joel Settecase

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 5:06


Welcome to the Think Podcast with Joel Settecase. This is the latest of the Chaplain's Corner episodes, a series of short lessons that I gave to my sons' TrailLife troop. I'm the assistant chaplain for the troop. My purpose here is to give you dads something bite-sized to pass along to your children, to help inculcate in them a biblical way of looking at the world. Because you can't defend the Christian message if you don't understand and believe it. If you enjoy this please subscribe to the show. And if you're blessed by the Think Institute please consider partnering with us prayerfully and financially, by going to thethink.institute/partner If you like this kind of thing and want to hear more like it, let me know at https://thethink.institute/contact. Listen to the Think Podcast on 11 podcast platforms: https://anchor.fm/the-think-podcast Subscribe to the Think Institute's YouTube Channel: http://youtube.com/thethinkinstitute We hope this episode is helpful. If you appreciate it, please consider partnering with us. Learn more about supporting the Settecase Family & Think Institute: https://give.cru.org/1018841 Follow us! http://facebook.com/thethinkinstitute http://twitter.com/thinkinst http://gab.com/thinkinstitute Get a free catechism, slide presentations and books: http://thethink.institute/catakids. Bring the Think Institute to your church, group or event: https://thethink.institute/booking Search the site for worldview, evangelism, apologetics, discipleship, theology and strategic engagement content: https://thethink.institute/search. Get tools and tips sent to your inbox: http://thethink.institute/think-updates Learn more about our intensive study cohorts at http://thethink.institute/hammerandanvil --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-think-podcast/message

Catholics Across the Aisle
Part 1: Interview with Dale Recinella, Catholic Correctional Chaplain on Florida's Death Row

Catholics Across the Aisle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 25:48


In this episode we discuss what is is like to be the Catholic correctional chaplain on Florida's death row. How Dale came to be in this role and a bit more on his personal journey that brought him to this position.

What A Word!
68. Who Feels It Knows It! w/ Carol Addison Lewis, Creative, Worship Leader & Chaplain

What A Word!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 41:14


Resources Mentioned https://www.griefshare.org Carol Addison Lewis has established a strong presence in the world of business, music and ministry, in the United States, and around the world. Her career began in Trinidad and Tobago where, as an R&B singer, her music quickly climbed the charts of the airways and television. She was a household name. She received her first recording contract through KH records. The Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, attended the launching of her very first album. Later, she shared the stage with many internationally acclaimed starts, such as, Michael Jackson, Pattie LaBelle, Lionel Ritchie, Cindy Lauper, James Brown, Phyllis Hyman, Millie Jackson, Roberta Flack, KC and the Sunshine Band, Natalie Cole, Sister Sledge, Kool and the Gang, The Spinners, The Commodores, Mongo Santa Maria, Teddy Pendergrass, Israel Houghton of Israel and New Breed and many others. Ms. Addison developed several businesses including her distributorships with Diamite Corporation and Symmetry Corporation which grossed millions of dollars over several years. She was recognized by both companies for outstanding performance. She travelled locally and around the world to train and develop business groups in areas of business skills and in Nutrition. In addition she produced and hosted several radio and television programs. Today Carol is committed to expanding her horizons in service of the kingdom of God. Her life has been transformed by the Holy Spirit. She is driven by the desire to win souls for Christ. Through her music ministry, she spreads the good news of the Gospel, locally and abroad. She is ordained as an Elder and functions in leadership in the body of Christ. For several years she led the Praise and Worship plus the Music department at His Majesty International Fellowship in Brooklyn, New York. She is a Chaplain with the New York Regional Police Association where she serves the community in the privileged capacity of God's hand extended. Today she is participating in a volunteer project at Brooklyn Hospital --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/whataword/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whataword/support

The Hospice Chaplaincy Show with Saul Ebema
Dr. Lydia S. Dugdale on the Lost Art of Dying

The Hospice Chaplaincy Show with Saul Ebema

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 40:50


Prior to her 2019 move to Columbia, she served as Associate Director of the Program for Biomedical Ethics at Yale School of Medicine. She edited Dying in the Twenty-First Century (MIT Press, 2015) and is author of The Lost Art of Dying (HarperOne, 2020), a popular press book on the preparation for death.Books1.     The Lost Art of Dying: Reviving Forgotten Wisdom.2.     Dying in the Twenty-First Century: Toward a New Ethical Framework for the Art of Dying Well.

The Servant Leader Coaches Bible Study
The Fruit of the Spirit: "Faithfulness" with Daniel Whitfield, Former Coach, Pastor and Chaplain at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital

The Servant Leader Coaches Bible Study

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 64:36


Rev. Whitfield is presently an Administrative Pastor at the Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church in Tallahassee, Florida. He is a graduate of Florida A & M University, with a B.S degree in Music Education and a Master of Education in Educational Leadership. Rev. Whitfield is a 2016 graduate of the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta (Morehouse School of Religion), with a Master of Divinity degree. He is a retired educator and administrator of thirty-four years with Leon County School System. He has acquired a heart for the liberation and transformation of God's people. Utilizing his “people” skills and training in Pastoral Care, Rev. Whitfield seeks to connect with couples, young and old, in the exploration of being “lovers for life.” It is through the process of hard work that couples can learn to better communicate, learn each other, and allow God to be the foundation of their sacred union. Tap into a message on Faithfulness. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chefranjohn/support