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Survival and Basic Badass Podcast
Aliens NASA And The Secret Clergy Council

Survival and Basic Badass Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 35:48


The Survival and Basic Badass Podcast Episode: Aliens NASA and The Secret Clergy Council Email Us @ preppingbadass@gmail.com

Media Monarchy
#MorningMonarchy: January 13, 2022

Media Monarchy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 70:26


Clergy response teams, open microphone morning speakers and Carlyle Group jurors + this day in history w/the death of Ernie Kovacs and our song of the day by Fish Hat Pope on your #MorningMonarchy for January 13, 2022.

Issues, Etc.
0071. Clergy Burnout and the Pandemic – Pr. David Fleming, 1/7/22

Issues, Etc.

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 39:40


Pr. David Fleming of Doxology Doxology

The Terry & Jesse Show
04 Jan 22 – Power vs Authority in Relation to Clergy

The Terry & Jesse Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 51:11


Today's Topics: 1) Gospel - Mk 6:34-44 - When Jesus saw the vast crowd, his heart was moved with pity for them, for they were like sheep without a shepherd; and he began to teach them many things Bishop Sheen quote of the day 2) L.A.'s crime-panicked wealthy are banishing bling and buying guns https://www.lamag.com/citythinkblog/l-a-s-arms-race-of-the-affluent/ 3) Tom Cotton: War on crime must begin with recalling, removing every last Soros' District Attorney https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2021/12/29/tom-cotton-war-on-crime-must-begin-with-recalling-removing-every-last-soros-district-attorney/ 4) Power vs authority https://www.crisismagazine.com/2021/power-vs-authority-in-the-church  

Douglas Jacoby Podcast
SOTM 27—Treasure

Douglas Jacoby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 13:51


For additional notes and resources check out Douglas' website.This talk (13 mins) challenges us to store up treasure in heaven, not on earth. Although it can be challenging to discern exactly how much wealth we should hold on to, and how much should be given away, we are not excused from the responsibility to prayerfully and honestly wrestle with the Lord's words in Matthew 6:19-20!Do not lay up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust consume and where thieves break in and steal. But lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust consume and where thieves do not break in and steal (Matthew 6:19-20). ObservationsTreasures in two locationsWealth is never really safe. Moths eat away at fine garments, rust corrodes metal and coins, thieves break (dig) in and try to find where our treasure has been hidden (e.e. under the floor.)Are we to make as much money as possible? Are we "maxed out" in the pursuit of wealth?I do read this not as as forbidding riches—however they are defined—but warning us of the dangers of wealth and encouraging us to be emotionally invested in the right place.Sell our possessions?“Fear not, little flock, for it is your Father's good pleasure to give you the kingdom. Sell your possessions, and give to the needy. Provide yourselves with moneybags that do not grow old, with a treasure in the heavens that does not fail, where no thief approaches and no moth destroys. For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also" (Luke 12:32-34).Jesus lived simply; the apostles lived simply; the early Christians lived simply.Two martyrsCyprian and Lawrence were both martyred in the Valerian Persecution in 258 AD:Cyprian: “The fool who was to die that very night was rejoicing in his stored goods [referring to Luke 12:20]. He to whom life was already failing was thinking of the abundance of his food. In contrast, the Lord tells us that a man becomes perfect and complete by selling all his goods and distributing them for the use of the poor. He thereby lays up for himself a storehouse in heaven.” On the Lord's Prayer 20 (ANF 5.453). Cyprian was not speaking hypothetically. He had been wealthy before becoming a Christian. But on his conversion, he sold much of his estate and used the proceeds to help the poor. Pontius the Deacon, The Life and Martyrdom of Cyprian 2 (ANF 5.268). He also notes, “Neither does the state take away the property entrusted to God, nor does the tax collector intrude on it. Likewise, no criminal plots cart it away. That inheritance is placed in a vault that is kept under guard by God Himself.” On Works and Alms 19Lawrence: Roman officials were seizing whatever property the churches owned. In Rome, the authorities confronted Lawrence, a deacon in the church, and demanded that he surrender all the valuables the church in Rome owned. He told them he'd collect the church's wealth and hand it over the next day. The next morning Lawrence had assembled a large group of the poor who were supported by the church [1500-2000 persons?]. When the officials arrived and demanded for the loot, Lawrence pointed to the poor and needy. “This is the wealth of the church,” he exclaimed. The disappointed and irate officials then put him to death. Ambrose, Duties of the Clergy 2.28.140.The lesson for usInvest in people.My suggestion: Liquidate unnecessary assets. Retain what is necessary to continue to be able to provide hospitality, help fellow Christians, give alms, and not be a burden to others.We probably need less than we think. Let's live modesty!A word to Americans and citizens of other rich nations: As for the rich in this present age, charge them not to be haughty, nor to set their hopes on the uncertainty of riches, but on God, who richly provides us with everything to enjoy. They are to do good, to be rich in good works, to be generous and ready to share, thus storing up treasure for themselves as a good foundation for the future, so that they may take hold of that which is truly life (1 Tim 6:17-19).Next: Darkness

See One Beautiful Soul
Pastor Layne Beamer- Episode 37 - How Can We Forgive Clergy Members Who Take Advantage of Children?

See One Beautiful Soul

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 60:22


Rev. Dr. Layne Beamer is an ordained minister in the Christian Church, Disciples of Christ. Before entering the ministry, Layne worked as a handyman and as a professional actor for over 20 years; both have been helpful preparation for his work in the church. Hear Pastor Layne's courageous telling of his own struggles with faith and career choice.  Trigger Warning: Sexual Abuse mentioned.    Visit his church at: https://cccaustin.org

Sermons from Saint Christopher's By-the-Sea, Portland Texas

On Christmas Eve, we remember the story of the Birth of Jesus, the angels singing to the shepherds, of Mary and Joseph unable to find room in the inn. It is a story that we all know rather well. Tonight's sermon, preached by Father Blackburn, asks us to consider the message of the angels to the Shepherds, and who it is that we celebrate this night. The Scripture references that Father Blackburn uses for this sermon are Luke 2:1-20, Isaiah 9:2-7 and Titus 2:11-14. On behalf of the Clergy, Vestry and Parish of Saint Christopher's, we wish you all a very happy Christmastide.

RT
On Contact: SDS, the weather underground & political violence

RT

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 28:39


On the show, Chris Hedges discusses political violence with Mark Rudd, author, and former leader of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS). The Weather Underground, a clandestine revolutionary organization that carried out a wave of bombings in the 1970s, was seen by my father and other clergy members who were involved in Vietnam anti-war protests as one of the most self-destructive forces on the left. These members of the clergy, many of whom, including my father, were World War II veterans, often became ministers because of their experiences in the war. They understood the poison of violence. One of the most prominent leaders of Clergy and Laymen Concerned About Vietnam (CALCAV), to which my father belonged, was the Catholic priest Philip Berrigan, who was a highly decorated Army second lieutenant who fought in the Battle of the Bulge. The young radicals of the Vietnam era, including Mark Rudd– who in 1968, as a leader of SDS, led the occupation of five buildings at Columbia University and later helped form the Weather Underground– did not turn to those on the religious left whose personal experiences with violence might have saved SDS, the Weather Underground and the student anti-war movement from self-immolation. Blinded by hubris, intoxicated by the lust for violence and hypermasculinity and infected with the disease of moral purity, the leaders of the Weather Underground destroyed the largest anti-war movement in the country. It was, perhaps, the single most important blow to the left since the witch hunts led by Senator Joe McCarthy. The leaders of the Weather Underground dismissed the nonviolent left as useless cowards, claiming they were the only true revolutionaries. They embarked, as have many of those in today's black bloc and antifa, on a campaign that proved to be counterproductive to the social and economic goals they said they advocated. Rudd, 50 years later, plays the role once played by clerics Phil and Daniel Berrigan, Martin Luther King and Rabbi Abraham Heschel. His book, Underground: My Life with SDS and the Weathermen, is a brutally honest deconstruction of the dangerous myths that captivated him as a young man. I suspect that many of those in the black bloc and antifa will no more listen to his wisdom than did the young radicals five decades ago who dismissed the warnings from those on the religious left for whom violence was also not an abstraction. Rudd sees his old self in the masked faces of the black bloc and antifa, who advocate violence and property destruction in the name of anti-fascism. These faces, he said, ignite in him deep embers of “shame and guilt.” Mark Rudd's memoir is Underground: My Life With SDS and the Weatherman.

I Don't Give An X
[IDGAX094] I Don't Give An X radio show by Aleksander Great

I Don't Give An X

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 60:00


Hello, this is Aleksander Great with the 94th I Don't Give An X radio show from Berlin. It is December 2021, I really hope you had a great year so far and I wish you an even better tart of the next one. For today we have techno masters like Alexander Johansson, Troy, Anne, Kaiser, The Advent on best labels like Symbolism, Non Series, Clergy, Planet Rhythm and others. Turn up the volume and let's enjoy this hour long journey together. Ciao! Track ID Boys Noize, Virgil Abloh - Orvnge (Original Mix) [Boysnoize Records] Beatrice - Cash is Boring (Original Mix) [Elements Records] Fergus Sweetland - Oilish (Original Mix) [Hayes] Alexander Johansson, Matthias Fridell - Nojig (Original Mix) [Symbolism] Trasponder - Trasponder (Decode Mix) [Media Records] Troy - Ego Death (Original Mix) [Non Series] ANNĒ (GR) - Borders (Original Mix) [Symbolism] Troy - Spirit Navigation (Reeko Remix) [Non Series] Azrael, Cleric - Revival feat. Azrael (Original Mix) [Clergy] ANNĒ (GR) - Cassiopeia (Original Mix) [Symbolism] Kaiser (K S R) - Asereht (Original Mix) [Room Trax] Drumsauw - Solstice (Original Mix) [Planet Rhythm] Axones - Induction (Temudo Remix) [Gynoid Audio] Anml Mthr - By The Way (Original Mix) [FLASH Recordings] Slone - Encore Une Fois (Vil Remix) [Room Trax] JASSS - Camelo (Original Mix) [Ostgut Ton] The Advent - Latin Queenz (Original Mix) [UNCAGE]

Religion in the Realms
39 - Faerûnian Pantheon: Grumbar

Religion in the Realms

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 46:57


This is the thirty-second episode in a series about the Faerûnian Pantheon. Grumbar is the god of elemental earth. Grumbar and his followers remain sturdy and unmoving in their convictions. Sections: 0:00​​ Introduction 0:42 Titles 1:27​​ Portfolio & Domains 1:52​​ Appearance & Manifestations 3:36​​ Abilities 5:55 Personal History 11:57​ Personality 12:47​ Personal Realms 15:34 Allies & Allegiances 16:30​​ Enemies 16:51​​ Symbols 17:07​​ Central Dogma 17:45​​ Presence of the Faith in the Realms 19:32​​ Hierarchy & Structure of the Clergy 23:03​​ Responsibilities & Duties of Followers 24:37​​ Orders & Priestly Bodies 25:37​​ Appearance & Dress 26:36​​ Rituals 30:04​​ General Locations of Worship 30:38 Specific & Known Locations of Worship 36:52​​ Character Options 39:48​​ DM Options 44:49​ End Details Blog post mentioned at 10:47 https://dnd.wizards.com/dndstudioblog/dnd-canon Link to Mordenkainen's Fiendish Folio Volume 1on DMs Guild mentioned at 41:42 https://www.dmsguild.com/product/296621/Mordenkainens-Fiendish-Folio-Volume-1-Monsters-Malevolent-and-Benign?term=mordenkainen%27s++fiend Twitter: My personal twitter: https://twitter.com/ShivsEmbrace​​ Podcast: https://twitter.com/RealmsReligion​ Email: realmsreligion@gmail.com Invite for the podcast Discord channel: https://discord.gg/FfMMqUA​ Music: "The Escalation" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Good Guys Wear Black
Liturgy, Logos, and the Harmony of the Spheres

Good Guys Wear Black

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 61:10


After sharing three commentaries on the Prologue of St. John, Fr. Anthony talks about the pattern of sound and how it works to perfect us and our community in Christ. This was first shared via Fr. Anthony's "My Fool Head" YouTube livestream on 04 December 2021. The Jonathan Pageau interview he couldn't remember was with Samuel Andreyev; "Patterns and Meaning in Music". Enjoy the show!

Saint John Vianney Center Wellness Journey Podcasts
SJVC Podcast 32 - Christmas In Our Every Day World

Saint John Vianney Center Wellness Journey Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 26:58


SJVC Podcast 32: Christmas in Our Every Day World Helpful Tips to Stay Healthy in Mind, Body, and Spirit for Clergy & Religious Host: Dr. Mariette Danilo Producer: Pat Weston Music: Tushaan Soi cover

The SoJo Files
Duggar Trial Supplemental Clergy Briefs

The SoJo Files

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 68:43


As you all know, the verdict for the Josh Duggar trial came in yesterday! Some of yall thought I was going to leave yall hanging & not cover past day three! WTF?? I didn't sit there all day everyday for 9 days to not finish this out! There simply just wasn't enough hours in the day & we are going to cover this RIGHT not HALF ASS! This episode is going to be discussing the supplemental briefs ordered by Judge Brooks at the November 29th pretrial hearing concerning the prior accusations of child molestation.  Since that evidence will be discussed in my trial coverage for day four I wanted to make sure we covered this first! Podcast Art by courtroom Artist Joelle StoretIf you would like to support the podcast you can donate on Venmo to @TheSoJoFiles! THANK YOU ALL SO MUCH FOR ALL THE LOVE & SUPPORT!!! Support the show (https://paypal.me/TheSoJoFiles?locale.x=en_US)

The Nonprofit Exchange: Leadership Tools & Strategies
Clergy Leadership Challenges with Hugh Ballou

The Nonprofit Exchange: Leadership Tools & Strategies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 24:53


Clergy Leadership Challenges with Hugh Ballou In this short "T-Talk" (Transformation Talk) in the faith leader empowerment series, Hugh Ballou addresses the 5 top leadership challenges for clergy and all faith leaders: Self-Management Conflict Management Clarity of Vision Over Functioning Emotional Control Hugh Ballou works with visionary leaders and their teams to develop a purpose-driven high-performance culture that significantly increases productivity, profits, and job satisfaction. through dramatically decreasing confusion, conflicts, and under-functioning. With 40 years as musical conductor, Ballou uses the leadership skills utilized daily by the conductor in teaching relevant leadership skills creating a culture that responds to the nuances of the leader as a skilled orchestra responds to the musical director while allowing each person to excel in their personal discipline while empowering the culture as a whole. In his work with Social Entrepreneurs and corporate executives for 32+ years applying his unique transformational leadership concepts, he has developed comprehensive systems and strategies for empowering leadership leading social change His books, e-Books, online programs and live presentations have impact on leaders worldwide with his unique and proprietary leadership methodology that integrates strategy with performance unlike the traditional consultant model. Register for the Faith Leader Empowerment Series at http://iRecharge.live Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Means of Grace
Young Clergy Hope for the Future

Means of Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 35:41


With much anxiety due to the pandemic and uncertainty about the future of the United Methodist Church, a significant number of pastors have considered quitting full-time ministry in the past 18 months. In this episode, Kim Ingram and Jesse Enniss converse with some of our younger leaders, Rev. Meredith Martin, Rev. Duncan Martin, and Rev. Paul Brown, about their hopes for the future of the United Methodist Church.

Superhero Ethics
Ep 156 - Midnight Mass

Superhero Ethics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 46:57


What happens when a pastor and a pastor's kid talk about the ethics of church leadership, using faith to justify terrible things, and vampires? Matthew and Matt Carroll get into all the ethical questions raised by Netflix's Midnight Mass

Objections: With Adam Klasfeld
Nearly Two Decades After 'Spotlight' Investigation, Key Lawyer in Clergy Sexual Abuse Litigation Is Still Fighting (Feat. Mitchell Garabedian)

Objections: With Adam Klasfeld

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 18:35


Nearly two decades after the Boston Globe's watershed "Spotlight" investigation blew the lid on sexual abuse inside the Catholic Church, one of the key lawyers who brought that scandal to public light has not relented on his clergy accountability crusade.Attorney Mitchell Garabedian, who was depicted in a film about the "Spotlight" series, discussed the ongoing legal battles, his Hollywood treatment and his continuing fight for disclosure on the Law&Crime podcast "Objections: With Adam Klasfeld.""The investigation had a tremendous impact and helping notify the public that they have to protect children, where those children and adults are in a caring custody of priests," Garabedian said in the interview, referring to the Globe expose. "And it had great impact in helping clergy sexual abuse victims or survivors try to heal and come forward and report the abuse.""With a clergy sexual abuse survivor or victim, it's all about validation," Garabedian added. "The survivor of victim has to know that the abuse was not their fault."In early 2002, the Globe published its Pulitzer-winning series "Spotlight Investigation: Abuse in the Catholic Church," sparking multiple criminal prosecutions and international attention. It also made the already tenacious Garabedian even busier, inspiring other people who said they are survivors to seek legal counsel.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Sermons from Saint Christopher's By-the-Sea, Portland Texas
Turning Thanksgiving into "Thanks-living"

Sermons from Saint Christopher's By-the-Sea, Portland Texas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 9:30


This sermon was delivered on Thanksgiving Day, 2021 during a service of Holy Communion. Father Blackburn preaches on the theme that someone who is truly thankful shows it not only by saying "thank you", but by living into thankfulness. The phrase "Thanks-living" comes from one of his former professors, the Rev'd Dr. Terry York, who has been a guest in the pulpit at Saint Christopher's earlier this year. On behalf of the Clergy and Vestry of Saint Christopher's, we wish everyone a very happy and blessed Thanksgiving Day.

Radio Free Catholic
Open Letter to the Clergy, Especially Bishops

Radio Free Catholic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 52:07


Been doing a lot of these lately. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/radio-free-catholic/support

Good Guys Wear Black
Richard Rohlin - his origin story and preliminary thoughts on kata

Good Guys Wear Black

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 64:34


Join Fr. Anthony and Amon Sul co-host Richard Rohlin as Richard shares his origin story (the spider bite was a bilingual household!), some thoughts on kata, and his love of language. This edition serves as a warmup for their upcoming conversation on the need to get the stories of ourselves, our nation, and the cosmos right. Enjoy the show!

Holy Smokes: Cigars and Spirituality
"Inclusive Clergy in Exclusive Spaces" Holy Smokes: Cigars and Spirituality S5 E6

Holy Smokes: Cigars and Spirituality

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 66:32


Watch the entire episode at patreon.com/tfcatl. Listen on your favorite podcast platform. The Faith Community is a disruptive ministry built upon five keys: Greatest Commandment Theology, Anti-Racism, Women's Equity, LGBTQ+ Affirmation, and Bible Criticism. We are for the unchurched, the over-churched, and the under-churched; the weary and the wounded; the seeking and the cynical. For more inspiring content like this, check out our other platforms: Custom Face Masks: www.thefaithcommunity.org/store Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TFCATL Store: https://www.spreadshirt.com/user/faithcommunityatl Instagram: @tfcatl, @holysmokesmovement Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Tfcatl Website: https://www.thefaithcommunity.org

Break The Chains, Find Your Flame
Episode 60: Clergy, Coffee, And Conversations - Tim Schenck

Break The Chains, Find Your Flame

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 53:08


The Rev. Tim Schenck serves as rector of the Episcopal Parish of St. John the Evangelist in Hingham, Massachusetts, on Boston's South Shore. He is the author of five books full of humor and faith, including, most recently, Holy Grounds: The Surprising Connection Between Coffee and Faith— From Dancing Goats to Satan's Drink (Fortress Press). When not tending to his parish, drinking single-origin coffee, desperately seeking material for his syndicated “In Good Faith” column, or blogging at clergyconfidential.com, Tim is likely hanging out with his family that includes his wife, Bryna, two young adult sons, Benedict and Zachary, and two rescue dogs, Cooper and Daisy Duke. Follow him on Twitter @FatherTim. Link to Holy Grounds: https://www.amazon.com/Holy-Grounds-Surprising-Connection-between/dp/1506448232 Link to my Twitter account @FatherTim: https://twitter.com/FatherTim Link to St. John's in Hingham: https://www.stjohns-hingham.org Link to Lent Madness: www.lentmadness.org --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/steven-opalenik/support

The Nonprofit Exchange: Leadership Tools & Strategies
The Clergy Leadership Intensive Webinar

The Nonprofit Exchange: Leadership Tools & Strategies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 92:51


The Clergy Leadership Intensive Webinar Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Saint John Vianney Center Wellness Journey Podcasts
SJVC Podcast 31 - How To Make New Habits And Make Old Ones Go Away

Saint John Vianney Center Wellness Journey Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 13:12


SJVC Podcast 31: How to Make New Habits and Make Old Ones Go Away Helpful Tips to Stay Healthy in Mind, Body, and Spirit for Clergy & Religious Host: Dr. Mariette Danilo Producer: Pat Weston Music: Tushaan Soi cover

Spiritual Care Today | Conversations on Health and Spirituality

This episode features an interview with Dawn Stary, a pastoral counselor, coach, and seminarian who provides care for clergy experiencing stress and burnout in their ministry. Our discussion focuses on managing expectations, setting boundaries, and implementing self-care.

Shock Your Potential
Hero Media Group - Adam Bird

Shock Your Potential

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 22:32


“Every good leader is a good follower and every good leader listens to their people.” Adam Bird Often people are faced with circumstances where they have to make tough decisions that have profound effect on their lives and the lives of those around them. As our guest today, Adam Bird says, such decisions are never easy to make, having been faced with the question of whether to stay working in the military or leave to be a dad to his son.  According to Adam, the ability to identify the right decision within a given time and it's outcomes in the long term is very important not only career wise, but also in business.    Adam Bird, founder and CEO of Heroes Media Group LLC, is a seasoned, serial entrepreneur and leader in building companies, educating, training and mentoring and empowering teams to success. Bird's career has been centered around serving America's Community Heroes for more than a decade, including Military, Veterans, Firefighters, First Responders, Law Enforcement, Educators, Medical Professionals, and Clergy. While he has primarily focused his attention on HMG's media platforms, he saw an opportunity to expand into the beverage market this year. For the past two years HMG had a coffee blend called Heroes United. When he saw an opportunity to leverage these products as a way to give back, he took that opportunity to launch an entirely new business venture. HMG Beverage LLC launched in November 2020, the week of Thanksgiving. He started with five blends, and soon will be offering other beverage options, with a portion of every purchase donated to charity. In today's episode, Adam will talk about his journey being in the military and how his experiences have helped him in his entrepreneurial journey. Listen in! Social Media Links: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mradambird/  https://www.heroesmediagroup.com  https://hmgbeverage.com  https://www.facebook.com/heroesmediagrp  https://www.instagram.com/heroesmediagrp/  https://www.instagram.com/hmgbeverage  I started in the military where I joined the Army National Guard out of high school. [2:17] I did join the National Guard and did that for about nine years and had several jobs in between that I was primarily a truck driver. [2:30] In 2003 my unit got deployed for the initial push into Iraq and I spent some time overseas and got out of the military in 2007. [3:03] It was it was a hard decision but the best decision I made and I absolutely loved my time with the military. [3:41] The things that I learned gave me confidence that I could really do anything I put my mind to. [3:57] Being in the National Guard opened up a lot of other opportunities for me where I worked with the guard for several years and also got to see the world. [5:46] For me, being in the guard meant I got to enjoy the best of both world and nothing like the fulltime active duty. [6:32] I'm a serial entrepreneur where I got to have my hands on a lot of different things. [7:29] I started a company called Heroes Media Group which we are celebrating our six years under this brand. [7:44] Prior to that I had another business that was focusing just on vets and from the response, I decided to create a company that focused on veterans. [7:52] Three and a half years later, we decided go our separate ways and I created what is now Heroes Media Group. [8:34] It wasn't just focusing on Veterans, but I wanted to create a thing for community heroes as a whole and now we help people start their podcasts as well as manage for them. [8:41] We started a publishing arm a couple years ago and so now we also do audio books and we help people publish their manuscripts into self published books as well. [9:06] We have a transcription department that we work with a lot of clients across the country as well. [9:19] Last year, I decided to start a beverage company because that just seemed like a really good idea at the time. [9:33] I had a coffee blend for many years with a roaster who was good friend of mine who called me up and asked if I wanted to expand my line and now we have six different blends. [10:05] We have also expanded into the alcohol business and now have three spirits, two Bourbons, a gin, and then we're working on a couple other that I cannot mention right now. [10:46] Commercial break. [11:33] I think the biggest thing that service helped me is with my confidence and leadership as well as how to work with people from all different backgrounds. [12:41] More importantly, it has taught me that I don't have to be the one to get me to where I want to go, I can put people in those places that do it better than me. [13:34] Every good leader is a good follower and every good leader listens to their people. [15:01] As I was growing my companies I didn't go out and get sponsors because I kind of wanted to do this on my own and for the longest time my pride did get in the way. [15:08] I'm growing something that I want to last and I want to find the people that want to see the vision and want to be a part of that and eventually take over my job. [15:30] I wanted to do an old prohibition brandy and we're still working on that maybe someday. [18:49] We just started the gin line this past January in we've already sold out our first 160 bottles of gin that we had and we got another 1200 that are getting ready to be bottled. [19:44] We had a straight bourbon whiskey that we only do 100 bottles a year, very limited edition and then we have a bourbon blend that's getting ready to come out [19:59] Those of you that are out there that have thought about doing something and creating your own business and for some reason haven't, take that first step. [21:14] You're going to fall and get hurt, bumps and bruises, but you will be happy that you took that first step. [21:33] ……………………………………. Thank you to our November Sponsor: Entrepreneur's Guide to Financial Well-Being or Wayne Titus Imagine starting a long journey without a map…or even a clear idea of the obstacles ahead. That's exactly what it's like for entrepreneurs who start companies with a lot of passion, but without the financial expertise to grow and scale their businesses and create long-term wealth for their families.  Wayne Titus shows you how to find a financial adviser who can help you map a better journey. In his book, The Entrepreneur's Guide to Financial Well-Being.  With the right adviser at your side, you'll have the freedom to focus on what really matters to you. Get The Entrepreneur's Guide to Financial Well-Being at Amazon.com and in the virtual bookstore on the Shock Your Potential app.  

PresbySpeak
Seven Words of Light and Highlights from November 2021 Stated Meeting

PresbySpeak

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 31:54


This week we feature our presbytery's take on Minutes in Brief from our recent Stated Meeting hosted by the faithful of Doylestown Presbyterian Church. Our first go as a full-fledge hybrid meeting, roughly 70 gathered in person with another 70 or so convening online. Thanks to all who made that possible. This November meeting was full of sacred opportunities to gather together for important business matters, fellowship with one another safely in the midst of an on-going pandemic, and to worship as a reminder of the hope and light we find in being called the people of God and church of Jesus Christ. Among so many holy moments was the examination of Isaac Baah for Ordination as Minister of Word and Sacrament, who will be ordained an installed as Pastor of the United Ghanaian Community Church in a few weeks. We also elected the next moderator and vice moderator of the Presbytery, Rev. Ted Mingle and Elder Zandra Maffett respectively, our commissioners and young adult advisory delegate called to represent us at next summer's General Assembly, and new members of committees and commissions in this body. We celebrated the ministry of outgoing Transitional Executive of the Synod of the Trinity, Rev. Susan Wonderland, our faithful attorney, Bill Bradbury, who is retiring after 23 years of work together, and recognized the ten-year anniversary of Elder Betsi Moise, our Website, Social Media, and Publications Manager, who has served this presbytery office and our people so well. Our Moderator of the Presbytery, Rev. Ashley Rossi, shared a report from the Leadership Collegium, which not only underscored the ongoing work of antiracism, but also acknowledged the abundance of ordinations and installations that have occurred this fall- a reminder the Spirit is alive and well in these sacred vocations. Our Executive Presbyter, Rev. Ruth Faith Santana-Grace, then called attention to the significant work and development of our Presbytery's Disaster Assistance response team after recent hurricanes, floods, tornadoes, and more within in our region, and highlighted the launch of our Lilly Endowment-funded initiative, Cultivating Enough in the Care of Clergy, as we come alongside pastors serving our small congregations, congregations of color, and church plants/replants. The meeting concluded with a service of light, which hinged on seven meditations on Scripture from seven voices within our presbytery. We give thanks for their words and witness that assure us, as one preacher noted, as long as there is God, there is hope. What follows are these beautiful and relevant homilies by Revs. Wonjae Choi, Todd Stavrokos, Carla Jones Brown, John Wilkinson, Heidi Hankel, Randy Barge, and Susan Wonderland. We invite you to listen and share and find assurance that, as we say over and again, this is Christ's work that shapes our collective witness. Be well, faithful of Philly.

The UnCommon Good with Bo Bonner and Dr. Bud Marr
Configured to Christ: On Spiritual Direction and Clergy Formation - 11/17/21

The UnCommon Good with Bo Bonner and Dr. Bud Marr

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 27:19


Israel News Talk Radio
Neither Doctors nor Clergy are in a Position to Speak their Minds - The Tamar Yonah Show

Israel News Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 43:09


Neither Doctors nor 'Establishment' Clergy (including some rabbis here in Israel) are in a position to speak their minds if it differs from the Government's narrative of the pandemic and the mRNA shot. Thus their expert opinions may not be valid. Before asking for a professional opinion, one first needs to know, is that person FREE to speak their mind? Further, are YOU free to speak your mind? Does your government focus on herd immunity, or do they desire herd 'response'? Tamar speaks with Rabbi David Bar Hayyim from www.MachonShilo.org as he explains the difficult predicament many doctors and community leaders are in when it comes to towing the protocol for the pandemic, the reprisals they may fear, and how it could affect your health, rights, and safety. The Tamar Yonah Show 16NOV2021 - PODCAST

Scotichronicast
Episode 35: The 'Second' War of Independence: Clergy and Loyalty with Jenny McHugh

Scotichronicast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 40:16


Dr. Kate Buchanan is joined by Jenny McHugh to discuss the 'second' of the Scottish Wars of Independence and the involvement of clergy.  Music is Ex te Lux Oritur by Gaita. You can find them here: http://gaita.co.uk/Find us on Twitter: @scotichronicast  or email: scotichronicast@gmail.com

Slam the Gavel
Joe Gormley, Founder of Saving Fatherhood, Discusses Serving God by Serving Victims Of Broken Families

Slam the Gavel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 70:46


Slam the Gavel welcomes Joe Gormley. He is the founder of Saving Fatherhood which he organized in 2017. Saving Fatherhood seeks to glorify God by serving victims of broken families. We help Father's and families apply Biblical principles to family challenges including but not limited to separation, divorce, parental alienation, and any situation caused by, made worse by, or could be prevented by avoiding family court. To make this goal a reality we promote our Podcast, Private Counseling / Discipleship and Group Bible Study for Divorced and Alienated Dads. Additionally, we participate in local and national political groups that seek to prevent family court tragedies thru legislation. We raise money for our efforts thru donations, selling logo apparel, and advertising. You can support, sponsor or purchase merchandise at www.savingfatherhood.org Organized in 2017 Saving Fatherhood seeks to serve the body in three ways using Education, Advocacy and Ministry. Education – Because of the complexity of the issues and the long list of problems an in-depth conversation is required to help people understand the problems facing families and specifically those who desire to be married or divorced. To that end Saving Fatherhood hosts regular podcasts that include interviews with Family Rights activists who are experts in Parental Alienation, Psychologists***, Counselors, Politicians, Clergy, anyone who can shine light on the problem of Fatherlessness and help explain why and how broken families are struggling today. Advocacy – Being an agent of change, promoting groups that fight for political change at the State and Federal Level that will give parents more access to their children. In NJ we have worked with the Family Advocate Network Political Action Committee whose primary aim has been a shared parenting bill. (www.fanpacnj.org) In Pennsylvania we have participated in thePennsylvania Commission on Greater Father Family Involvement and at the national level we have worked with Mark Ludwig's organization known as AFESP, Americans for Equal Shared Parenting. We would like to be involved in several other groups. We plan on advocating for or supporting the following initiatives that we believe will bring justice to victims of family court terror.

Slam the Gavel
Joe Gormley, Founder of Saving Fatherhood, Discusses Serving God by Serving Victims Of Broken Families

Slam the Gavel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 70:46


    Slam the Gavel welcomes Joe Gormley. He is the founder of Saving Fatherhood which he organized in 2017.       Saving Fatherhood seeks to glorify God by serving victims of broken families. We help Father's and families apply Biblical principles to family challenges including but not limited to separation, divorce, parental alienation, and any situation caused by, made worse by, or could be prevented by avoiding family court. To make this goal a reality we promote our Podcast, Private Counseling / Discipleship and Group Bible Study for Divorced and Alienated Dads. Additionally, we participate in local and national political groups that seek to prevent family court tragedies thru legislation. We raise money for our efforts thru donations, selling logo apparel, and advertising. You can support, sponsor or purchase merchandise at www.savingfatherhood.org     Organized in 2017 Saving Fatherhood seeks to serve the body in three ways using Education, Advocacy and Ministry. Education – Because of the complexity of the issues and the long list of problems an in-depth conversation is required to help people understand the problems facing families and specifically those who desire to be married or divorced.  To that end Saving Fatherhood hosts regular podcasts that include interviews with Family Rights activists who are experts in Parental Alienation, Psychologists***, Counselors, Politicians, Clergy, anyone who can shine light on the problem of Fatherlessness and help explain why and how broken families are struggling today.Advocacy – Being an agent of change, promoting groups that fight for political change at the State and Federal Level that will give parents more access to their children.  In NJ we have worked with the Family Advocate Network Political Action Committee whose primary aim has been a shared parenting bill. (www.fanpacnj.org) In Pennsylvania we have participated in thePennsylvania Commission on Greater Father Family Involvement and at the national level we have worked with Mark Ludwig's organization known as AFESP, Americans for Equal Shared Parenting.  We would like to be involved in several other groups.   We plan on advocating for or supporting the following initiatives that we believe will bring justice to victims of family court terror.  Facebook Saving Fatherhood podcast group- https://www.facebook.com/groups/1155267604808470/SavingFatherhood.org page - https://www.facebook.com/SavingFatherhood.org/Saving Fatherhood Podcast page - https://www.facebook.com/SavingFHood/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUHYNYMi-jx3dcSjxOS54rA/videosTwitter - https://twitter.com/SavingFHood.MeWe - https://mewe.com/group/5f58087688b86975451fb674Parler - https://www.parler.com/user/SavingFatherhooInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/savingfatherhood/TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@savingfatherhood?is_copy_url=1&is_from_webapp=v1&lang=enSupport the show(https://www.buymeacoffee.com/maryannpetri)http://beentheregotout.com/https:Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/maryannpetri)

PresbySpeak
The Power of the Redirect: Rev. Paul Roberts, Sr. at Fall Fest

PresbySpeak

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 22:04


This year's Fall Fest was once again on-line and in a new format. Rather than workshops and breakout rooms, we gathered for a morning of learning alongside Rev. Paul Roberts as he spoke about “Leading in the Wilderness. Rev. Roberts recently led a gathering with our pastors participating in our Cultivating Enough in the Care of Clergy venture. Their conversations were so genuine and life-giving that many of members of our leadership wanted to extend a similar opportunity to our whole presbytery. Rev. Paul T. Roberts, Sr. Paul is the President of Johnson C. Smith Theological Seminary, one of the 10 theological schools of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Paul preaches and teaches nationally, and is a contributing writer for the Presbyterian Outlook. He is an advisory board member for the Macedonian Ministry of Atlanta. He received degrees from Princeton University and Johnson C. Smith Seminary, and is an Academic Fellow of the Ecumenical Institute at Bossey in Celilgny, Switzerland. Lesson One “Moses at the Burning Bush” (Exodus 3:1–6) Lesson Two “Moses Called” (Exodus 3:7,10 paraphrase) Small Group Break Out (15 minutes) Have you ever asked “Why me, Lord?” What did you conclude? (15 minutes) Lesson Three “Moses Empowered” (Exodus 4:18a) Lesson Four “Ministry Is Complicated” (Exodus 18:5–18) Small Group Breakout (15 minutes) Moses had Jethro. Today we have technology. What resources do you have at your disposal that you can make better use of to support your wellbeing and your ministry? Lesson Five “Moses Witnesses God's Glory” (Exodus 33:17–23) Lesson Six “Shining Moses” (Exodus 34:29—31) Lesson Seven “Transfiguration Station” (Matthew 17:1 – 8)

Ruth Institute Podcast
Clergy Pedophilia Destroys the Whole Family

Ruth Institute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 57:32


Clergy pedophilia destroys more than the immediate victim. Alex's younger brother was molested by a priest and shares the painful story. This is an audio podcast of The Dr J Show. Full video episode is available here, with readings & resources.

2 Steps Forward with James and Ade
Ep. 225 - Ephesians 4

2 Steps Forward with James and Ade

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 41:38


3 plot/application points from this lesson: 1) The Goal of Clergy is to Equip the Saints; 2) Speaking Truth in Love; and 3) Not Working Hard - Stealing.

Good Guys Wear Black
Three Ideal Types of Parish Music Programs (w/Dn. Michael Abrahamson)

Good Guys Wear Black

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 71:18


In this episode, Fr. Anthony talks with Dn. Michael about three ideal types of parish music; choir, kliros, and congregational. They discuss their attributes, what is required to sustain them, and the way each brings glory to God in its own way. Enjoy the show!

Quran Garden - The Holy Quran Explained in Clear English (English Tafsir)
Surah Al Imran: Family of Imran - Verse 78 - Some Clergy Are Liars

Quran Garden - The Holy Quran Explained in Clear English (English Tafsir)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 8:04


Some of the People of the Book twist their tongues with words and then claim them from their scriptures. Learn why in this week's Quran Tafsir.

Good Guys Wear Black
Sex Talk III - Scriptural and Canonical Protections

Good Guys Wear Black

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 75:50


In this episode Fr. Anthony talks with Fr. Harry, the Canonist for the UOC-USA, about the scriptural and canonical context and instructions about sex. Framing it within the context of holiness, they address real issues that Christians need to understand and deal with in the materialist and sex-saturated age. Warning: some graphic terms were used (e.g. fornication, masturbation, adultery).

The Joy Junkie Show
[AMY SAYS] EP#416 - Using The Enneagram For Self-Belief With Sarajane Case

The Joy Junkie Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 59:28


Ever find yourself having a type grip on controlling damn near everything and wonder why-the-hell you have that tendency? Or maybe you constantly try to make everyone else happy and find yourself pleasing everyone (except yourself) and you're starting to see that this behavior is just not working anymore. Or perhaps you don't think anything is worth doing unless it is absolute PERFECT so you end up overthinking and procrastinating. Any of those sound familiar? What if I told you that there was a tool that could help you understand why you are pulled to these behaviors and what you can do to either embrace them, re-brand them, or alter them from a place of personal power? You'd be all over it, right? Spoiler: THERE IS A TOOL! Bet you didn't see that coming (lol).  This week on the show, I'm so excited to have Sarajane Case share her vault of wisdom on how the Enneagram can provide huge insight into our shadow selves (the things about us that we aren't so thrilled about), how we behave when we are stressed, and how we can truly honor our strengths. Sarajane provides a rich perspective on how understanding our Enneagram type can help offer ourselves huge doses of compassion while we work on embracing who we are and genuinely believing in ourselves. Be sure to grab a pen and paper because Sarajane throws out a bunch of journaling prompts you won't want to miss! This pod explores: How to look at the fucked up part of ourselves and actually not hate ourselves for it (Wait.. WHAT!?) Understanding the 9 enneagram types and what that means for how you view your self-worth Journal prompts/inquiries for each type to help you access your strengths and access some self-belief Understanding how the self-help industry is failing us (All dramatic) ______ PERKS FOR THE POD-IANCE This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp and The Joy Junkie Show Podcast listeners get 10% off their first month at BetterHelp.com/thejoyjunkie. Hello!!  Join the millions of people who have found huge relief and support from BetterHelp therapists and save on your first while you're at it! Check it out ~> ______ *FREE* WORKSHOP READY TO GET RID OF PERFECTIONISM, SELF-DOUBT, AND OVERWHELM? OF COURSE, YOU ARE! Is this the year you go from a people-pleasing, guilt-tripped perfectionist to a bold and boundaried badass? Um, yeah. I think it is! If you're DONE feeling overwhelmed, anxious, and stressed out because you're constantly doing, doing, doing for everyone else, then you must grab your seat in this brand-new workshop! You'll learn the exact five-step process I take my clients through so they can let go of all the stress and angst of striving for “perfect” and caring waaaaay too much what everyone else thinks. It's time to finally believe in yourself, find that self-confidence you crave, and start living your life for YOU. So, clickety-click RIGHT HUURRR  to get on The List! #yourewelcome ______ ADDITIONAL RESOURCES: Grab your seat at my workshop!! FOR FREE!! POD #413: Self-Belief and the High-Five Habit with Mel Robbins POD #414: 10 Daily Habits to Cultivate Belief in Self The Big Leap: Conquer Your Hidden Fear and Take Life to the Next Level, Gay Hendricks On Death and Dying: What the Dying Have to Teach Doctors, Nurses, Clergy, and Their Own, Elizabeth Kubler-Ross On Grief and Grieving, Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, David Kessler __ THIS WEEK'S GUESTIE Sarajane Case is a trained Enneagram teacher, author of The Honest Enneagram and Host of the Enneagram & Coffee Podcast. She helps people to find their perfect balance between self-care and productivity so they can release shame and feel confident in how they spend their time. She does this through her online community The Brave Collective as well as corporate trainings, guest speaking and personal essays. You can find more from Sarajane at www.enneagramandcoffee.com   ______ HOW TO LEAVE APPLE PODCASTS REVIEWS: Click the “Subscribe on Apple Podcasts” button below or go HERE Click on blue button that reads “view in Apple Podcasts” which will open the podcast into your personal Apple Podcasts account Click “Ratings & Reviews” under the show title Click the star rating of choice and then click the “Write a Review” button You can also click “Subscribe” under the podcast photo to be automatically notified of new episodes ______ WANT TO SUBMIT A SHOW TOPIC? Swing by THIS PAGE and let us hear what you would like us to sound off on!

Valley Beit Midrash
Beyond Caging: Restorative Justice and Rethinking Safety

Valley Beit Midrash

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 50:49


A virtual event presentation by Rabbi Dr. Aryeh Cohen ABOUT THE EVENT: By any measure (except the rawest type of vengeance) our carceral system is broken. In this class we will take a look at a Rabbinic understanding of justice which is not punishment centered, but rather center's the victim's experience and looks at the threeway relationship between victim/survivor, offender, and society as the basis for creating safety and justice for everybody. ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Rabbi Dr. Aryeh Cohen is Professor of Rabbinic Literature at American Jewish University, Rabbi in Residence at Bend the Arc: Jewish Action, Southern California, a co-convener of the Black Jewish Justice Alliance (BJJA), and immediate past chair of Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice (CLUE). He was the recipient of the 2016 Giant of Justice Award from CLUE. Cohen‘s latest book is Justice in the City: An Argument from the Sources of Rabbinic Judaism. -- DONATE: www.bit.ly/1NmpbsP​​​​​​​ For podcasts of VBM lectures, GO HERE: www.valleybeitmidrash.org/learning-library/ www.facebook.com/valleybeitmi...​ Become a member today, starting at just $18 per month! Click the link to see our membership options: www.valleybeitmidrash.org/become-a-member/

St. Olaf Chapel
Elusive Wisdom: October 11-14

St. Olaf Chapel

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 41:03


This episode features College Pastor Matthew Marohl preaching on Indigenous Peoples Day, Jacob Boettcher '22, and Associate College Pastor Katherine Fick.Our theme music, Earth and All Stars, is used by permission of Augsburg Fortress.

#Millennial: Pretend Adulting, Real Talk
40: The Popularity of True Crime Podcasts, Dave Chapelle and Netflix's Mistakes, Trusting Clergy on Vaccines

#Millennial: Pretend Adulting, Real Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 86:42


On this week's episode: why people enjoy the True Crime genre, Netflix's response to ongoing controversy around Dave Chappelle's latest special, and how houses of worship could turn the tides on vaccine hesitancy in their congregations. Please be sure to take the 2021 #Millennial Listener Survey! Our friend John Thrasher from the podcast Shaken and Disturbed joins us for this week's episode, and we dig into why True Crime is such an appealing genre to so many people. Since we've known each other a long time, we reflect on our podcasting careers and how they've grown over time. Dave Chapelle is still under fire for the jokes he made about the trans community as part of his new Netflix special— and Netflix is doubling down on its support. How could Netflix handle this controversy differently? Roxanne Gay wrote an excellent op-ed on the Chappelle special, give it a read. A slim majority of church-going Americans say they would trust their clergy's guidance on COVID-19 vaccines, and yet, most report their clergy haven't said anything about vaccines either way. Why? Add some spice, entertainment, and civic duty to your life with this week's recommendations: HBO's 'Succession' (Andrew), check your state's voter portal to see what's on the ballot this November (Laura), Trader Joe's Pumpkin Spice coffee (Pam), and Marvel's 'What If?' (John). This week's episode is sponsored by Public.com (https://www.public.com/MILLENNIAL to download the app and get a free slice of stock up to $50 when you join). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors!  And in this week's installment of After Dark, available on Patreon: What would we say to our 15-year-old selves if we could travel back in time to offer advice? Which life lessons do we think we needed to learn to be who we are today? "Micah says taint, don't trust men."

Center for Congregations Podcast
S3 E6: Don't Be A Clergy Killer

Center for Congregations Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 50:38


Rev. Callie Smith and Dr. Rob Saler join Matt and Ben to discuss the Lilly Endowment Clergy Renewal Program. They unpack the importance of rest and renewal for both clergy leaders and congregations and offer some insights and resources. Resources https://thecrg.org/collections/Don_t_Be_a_Clergy_Killer

Unravel With Natly Denise
Nightly with Natly Episode #11 | Dark Clergy, Missing Soldier, Traffick Report

Unravel With Natly Denise

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 37:44


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Podcast - GetReligion
Yes, lots of clergy need to follow SBC's sex abuse fight

Podcast - GetReligion

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021


GetReligion editor Terry Mattingly discusses “Yes, lots of clergy need to follow SBC's sex abuse fight”

WMMR - MMaRchives Podcast
Tobias Forge of Ghost on The Preston & Steve Show

WMMR - MMaRchives Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 26:08


Papa Emeritus is on fire right now. To start off, Ghost just released their first new single in two years. It's called "Hunter's Moon" and it's featured in the new Halloween Kills movie opening October 15th. They are also set to embark on a nationwide tour with Volbeat that hits Philly on February 12th. Clergy members, here is Preston & Steve's latest dish with the one and only, Tobias Forge. 

Our Warpath: The Podcast
#32: Catholic Clergy Exposed

Our Warpath: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 55:14


Many of our Catholic clergy are failing to lead and defend the Catholic faith. Why? In this episode we explain all the reasons. website: ourwarpath.com

Holy Conversations: The WCA Podcast
SPECIAL EPISODE - Live from New Room: A Conversation with Young Clergy

Holy Conversations: The WCA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 30:56


Bob Kaylor took his digital recorder to the New Room Conference in Tennessee last week and took some time to chat with three young pastors about their hopes and dreams for the Global Methodist Church. You will be blessed by their enthusiasm, wisdom, and thoughtfulness as they discuss what it's like to be coming into ministry at such a time as this. Special thanks to Samantha Corbin, Hunter Bethea, and Ben Heubner for taking the time to speak with us!  Send us your comments and questions at podcast@wesleyancovenant.org and follow us on Twitter @WCAPod. Click the links to learn more about the Wesleyan Covenant Association and the Global Methodist Church.