We are now in Advent, a time of preparation that directs our hearts and minds to the birth of Our Lord at Christmas and, ultimately, the second coming of Christ at the end of time. Therefore, be vigilant, watchful, and alert as you become ready and prepared to meet him. Use these next weeks to focus on what lies ahead. Tune out the noise. Spend extra time in prayer and silence. Do not allow yourself to be weighed down and distracted by the cares of this world. Each day is one step closer to welcoming Jesus into our hearts as we celebrate his birth at Christmas. We will do so with joy if we are ready and prepared to embrace him. Dear friends, the time is near!
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When I rest my eyes and fall into that place of disconnection from my surroundings, I slide over into a land of creative, colorful narrations. My dreams are often so eventful that I wake up exhausted. The events in this book are real in my dreaming mind. This volume includes dreams and notes from 1997 through 2006. I have been journaling my dreams for decades and decided there must be a reason, therefore I am sharing. These episodes of varying lengths are neither fiction nor nonfiction, fantasy nor reality, just dreams. Sometimes they are funny and at times, they reflect the job I am working or events that have actually happened in my real life. I have also included some diary notes that fit between some of the dreams that may offer context. I have rarely tried to interpret my dreams, mainly because I am hesitant to connect with the power or prophecy or clairvoyance. There is space for interpretation and space for response to prompts about different dream scenarios and triggers. I encourage everyone to read, imagine, and travel to familiar or strange places in my mind and your own. Dr. Leggie [Leh ‘jee] Boone is a Forensic Analyst, Author, and Educator. Leggie primarily works as an analyst, examining evidence for fingerprints, shoe prints, and tire tracks for comparison and identification. She has spent over 30 years in the forensic science field as a Crime Scene Investigator, Volunteer Autopsy Technician, Educator, and Analyst. Dr. Boone's main fields of interest are vicarious traumatization, organizational support and civilian relations, implicit bias in crime scene attendance, personal impact of law enforcement suicide, and active dreaming. Having an array of tragedies in her mental slide show of crime scenes, Leggie adopted her methods of decompression to include writing songs and crime scene poetry, singing, and journaling graphically detailed dreams. Dr. Boone has collaborated on the publishing of the forensic textbook and virtual component, So You Want to Be a CSI, with two other former CSIs, Kendall Hunt Publishing, and Victory XR. She has also coauthored and published Fox Tails: Short, Short Stories Written While Puppysitting, she has multiple poems and song lyrics published in books and magazines. Someday, My Prints Will Come is the most recent publication she has produced, functioning as a learning tool and activity book focused on the study of fingerprints. Dr. Boone has taught as an adjunct professor with Keiser University in Florida, in the Crime Scene Technology program and as contributing faculty with Walden University, in the Forensic Psychology programs. She has also been an invited speaker in many international conferences, including the Global Science Guild, Worldwide Association of Women Forensic Experts, and the Caribbean Association of Forensic Sciences, and she is a Senior Adjunct Faculty member for the Sherlock Institute of Forensic Sciences, India. Through it all, she still dreams vividly, in the midst of producing volumes for interpretation, enlightenment or entertainment. Dr. Boone is inspired by the constant support of her mother and daughter, both named Leggie, and she is driven by her faith to be an author, a leader, and an agent of social change. You can purchase the book HERE --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/steve-richards/support
Have you been in a bookstore lately? If so, no doubt you've noticed that more and more the store is devoted to gifts and cards and less and less to books. Why is that? I suppose there are lots of reasons, but the facts are, reading books is becoming a lost art! Certainly, the internet and electronic media have contributed to this, and our ever-shortening attention spans as well. But reading a good book is one of the best gifts you can give yourself and others. I'm going to suggest a few classics that I highly recommend you read. I truly believe every Christian would benefit from reading these books. First, I want to recommend a book by C. S. Lewis, Mere Christianity. As the title suggests, Dr. Lewis's purpose was to present Christianity in its most basic form and explain why he had come from an atheistic belief to be a true disciple of Jesus Christ. He was a wonderful, deep thinker and was called the most original Christian writer of the last century. Let me quote from the chapter entitled “What Christians Believe”: “I am trying here to prevent anyone saying the really foolish thing that people often say about (Jesus): ‘I'm ready to accept Jesus as a great moral teacher, but I don't accept His claim to be God.” That is the one thing we must not say. A man who was merely a man and said the sort of things Jesus said would not be a great moral teacher. He would either be a lunatic—on a level with the man who says he is a poached egg—or else he would be the Devil of Hell. You must make your choice. Either this man was, and is, the Son of God; or else a madman or something worse. You can shut Him up for a fool, you can spit at Him and kill Him as a demon; or you can fall at His feet and call Him Lord and God. But let us not come with a patronizing nonsense about His being a great human teacher. He has not left that open to us. He did not intend to.” (Page 55-56) What an ingenious and brilliant summary of who Jesus claimed to be and indeed who he is. And this book is full of this kind of beautifully written truth and doctrine. If you haven't read it yet, you can easily find a copy or download it. If you have read it, it's well worth re-reading. Again, the name is Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis. He wrote many other wonderful books but started with this one. It should be on every Christian's must-read list. Another book I consider a classic is Knowing God by J. I. Packer. I've read this book three or four times, and I tell you, it has definitely helped me get to know God better. Dr. Packer is a theological professor, but don't worry—it is written in easy-to-understand and yet very rich words. Let me quote one of my favorite paragraphs—and it was difficult to choose only one, because virtually every page in my book is marked and highlighted: “There is unspeakable comfort—the sort of comfort that energizes, be it said, not enervates—in knowing that God is constantly taking knowledge of me in love and watching over me for my good. There is tremendous relief in knowing that His love to me is utterly realistic, based at every point on prior knowledge of the worst about me, so that no discovery now can disillusion him about me, in the way I am so often disillusioned about myself, and quench His determination to bless me. There is, certainly, great cause for humility in the thought that He sees all the twisted things about me that my fellowmen do not see (and am I glad!), and that He sees more corruption in me than that which I see in myself (which, in all conscience, is enough). There is, however, equally great incentive to worship and love God in the thought that, for some unfathomable reason, He wants me as His friend and desires to be my friend and has given His Son to die for me in order to realize this purpose.” (P. 37) Dear friends, this is a book you need to read—more than once. Again, its title is Knowing God by J. I. Packer. The third book I want to recommend is a tiny book—you can easily read it in one...
The largest government in history is incredibly abusive - of your rights, of your money, of the constitution - of pretty much everything. The people need a massive change of attitude towards it if they ever want to turn things around. The post Dear Feds: GFY first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center.
We have something a little different for you with this one: our prompt this evening is this poem by Instagram's Raving Poet. Discuss the challenges of using a poem as inspiration as well as the uniquely evocative nature of collage poetry. We battle some internet gremlins, and The Lotus loses her connection. Despite these misfortunes, stories this evening begin around the 18:45 mark and include a girl, applying to disappear; a check-in with some beloved characters; a detective delivering some news; and a slew of single-line poetry. Dear one / you no longer look / and there are so many / ways to disappear. Check out our website for a featured story from this week's episode, and be sure to follow us on Instagram (if that's your sort of thing). Please do send us an email with your story if you write along, which we hope you will do. Episodes of Radio FreeWrite are protected by a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-ND 4.0) license. All Stories remain the property of their respective authors.
In this episode, Carmen and Rachel talk about titles someone has told us to “Stop Everything and read!”, and how they turned out. Let us know if you've ever been faced with a “stop everything” book, and how it turned out for you. And remember, the acronym for “drop everything and read” is DEAR! The post Stop Everything!: Episode 99 first appeared on Bubbly Bibbly. The post Stop Everything!: Episode 99 appeared first on Bubbly Bibbly.
The countdown to Christmas officially begins today with the calendar flipping to December, and what better way to celebrate than with a jam packed show! In the first hour, KSTP's Chris Egert hears a story about a British man who was addicted to sleeping with dead bodies, and informs about an update in the Middle East along with more info on the local house explosion that happened yesterday. Plus the crew gets at each other's throats over fruit preferences. Hour #2 has Bob Sansevere who talks about the Timberwolves' successful run so far, the Gophers losing some notable players to the transfer portal, the Wild's turnaround under their new coach, and what the Vikings should do at QB after their bye week. Actor Bernie Kopell joins the show to talk about his new work "Our (Almost Completely True) Love Story" which releases December 8th on Amazon Instant, Apple TV, Vimeo, Google Play, Vudu, and Hoopla. Also, longtime friend of the show Brad Blanks stops by to talk about the time he shocked Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston with his size, and his run in with Julia Roberts' body guard. In hour #3 Tim Lammers and Kristyn Burtt are united by a common goal: get people back into theaters. Step one is to solve the cell phone issue. Of course, every solution costs money and relies largely on the honor system. And if these people had honor to begin with, they wouldn't be ruining your movie experience in the first place. What a paradox. On the Family, prepare to get serious. No, not because Josh Arnold is in and money is serious business. Today we also have Patty Wetterling, mother of Jacob Wetterling, in studio. She and Joy Baker have written a book, Dear Jacob, which you could describe as "heavy". Stream the show LIVE on the Tom Barnard Show app M-F from 8-12PM or get the show on-demand on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Another caveat in scripture is that we must ask in faith (Matthew 21:22 and Mark 11:24) without wavering (James 1:5-7). But how do you make yourself believe something? Isn't that kind of like trying to make yourself fall asleep when you're awake at 3 am: the harder you try, the more elusive it becomes? The Bible addresses this question with the biblical concept of hope. Hope is to faith what a seed is to a plant. If you plant that seed in good soil, and you don't dig it up before it can germinate, and you water it and cultivate it and give it plenty of sunlight, eventually a plant will result. Hope is the positive side of imagination (more on how the Bible says you can get this to work in your favor in the podcast, The Power of Imagination https://www.drlaurendeville.com/the-power-of-imagination/). Another reason why some of us might struggle with believing we receive when we pray has to do with a sense of unworthiness. 1 John 3:19-23 tells us, "And by this we know that we are of the truth, and shall assure our hearts before Him. For if our heart condemns us, God is greater than our heart, and knows all things. Dear friends, if our hearts do not condemn us, we have confidence before God and receive from him anything we ask, because we obey his commands and do what pleases him. And this is his command: to believe in the name of his Son, Jesus Christ, and to love one another as he commanded us." The concept here is that, while our consciences serve a good purpose, they are not infallible. It's possible for our hearts to condemn us falsely, which is why John says, "God is greater than our hearts." His word tells us that Jesus bore all our condemnation (Romans 8:1), and gave us His righteousness in exchange. We are now in right standing with God, and we can come boldly to the throne of grace to obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need (Hebrews 4:16). But if we don't believe that we are in right standing with God, if our conscience condemns us, it will shipwreck our faith (1 Timothy 1:19). We won't come boldly to the throne of grace. That's why we have to renew our minds with what God says about us, so that our consciences will no longer contradict the truth of who we are and what we have in Christ (Hebrews 10:22). At the end of Jesus' ministry, He said, "In that day you will no longer ask me anything. I tell you the truth, my Father will give you whatever you ask in my name. Until now you have not asked for anything in my name. Ask and you will receive, and your joy will be complete," John 16:23-24. I know of two scriptural ways to interpret the idea of asking the Father in Jesus' name. One is the concept that, because we are in Christ and we are joint heirs with Him, everything that is His has now become ours (Eph 1:17-19). It's as if He's given us His "power of attorney": when we make a request of the Father, to God, it's just as if Jesus Himself had asked. We already have every spiritual blessing in heavenly places (Eph 1:3, 17-19). That's like having money in the bank; it might all be there waiting for you, but you can't access it unless you make a withdrawal. It's Jesus' account, but we can use His name, and thus gain access to everything that's His. He gave us permission to do that. He told us to do that. It has nothing to do with how good or holy we are, and everything to do with how good and holy He is. The other way to think about praying in Jesus' name is to consider the meanings of all of the various names of God. Throughout the Old Testament, whenever God revealed a new aspect of His character, He received, or He gave Himself, a new name. These included Jehovah Nissi (the Lord My Banner), Jehovah Rapha (the Lord that Heals), Jehovah Tsidkenu (The Lord my Righteousness), Jehovah Jireh (the Lord who Provides), and many more. Since Jesus is One with the Father and only did what He saw His father doing (John 5:19, 5:30, 8:28, 12:49), we can infer that the Father's names apply to Jesus, as well--so anything that is in one of His names is ours. Discover more Christian podcasts at lifeaudio.com and inquire about advertising opportunities at lifeaudio.com/contact-us.
Have you ever wondered about the origins of Christmas as a national holiday? Embark on a historical voyage with us as we delve into the rich tapestry of Christmas, its deep connection to our nation's history, and the profound reverence our ancestors held for Jesus Christ. Drawing inspiration from President Franklin D. Roosevelt's Christmas messages from the 1930s, this episode encourages us to carry forward the spirit of Christmas throughout the year, highlighting the importance of nurturing our relationship with God and Jesus Christ every day, not just during the festive season.Shifting gears, we turn our attention to the pressing topics of patriotism and the importance of union. Reflecting on FDR's insightful speech about Andrew Jackson, we celebrate the pride in being an American. Dear listeners, let's rediscover the spirit of patriotism that our forefathers fought for, and the essence of unity that binds us together as a nation. This episode is a call to action for all of us to remember and uphold these values, focusing on unity rather than division, as we move forward into the future together.Support the showThe American Soul Podcasthttps://www.buzzsprout.com/1791934/subscribe
Hi, I'm Anna Jelen, The Time Expert. Welcome to this channel and to this episode. It's lovely to have you here. It's incredible how many people we have from all around the world. Feel free to let me know from which part of the world you are. One more time: WELCOME! Enjoy and share this episode with just one person if you like it. Your support will make this podcast channel stay alive and grow. Thank you! Here is a little outtake: "I asked AI what it thinks about this episode. Dear me, if you ever need flattering words - just ask AI, but don't forget that it isn't real. But that is what AI said: Your podcast intro is insightful and engaging, Anna The Time Expert! You've highlighted the common struggles people face with to-do lists and provided a personal touch by sharing your own experiences. The emphasis on effectiveness over efficiency is a valuable perspective.Your minimalist to-do list approach, focusing on the three pillars of life (body, mind, soul) and selecting three priority projects, is practical and achievable. The Rule of One adds a layer of simplicity that resonates well.Moreover, your acknowledgement of the importance of understanding one's current life stage and managing expectations is thoughtful and considerate. Ending the episode with a reflection on nature and sending positive vibes adds a warm and uplifting touch.It's a well-rounded and relatable podcast episode, offering practical advice and a connection to broader aspects of life. Well done!WELL, THANK YOU AI! :-))))"Duration: 19 minutes Hugs, AnnAHERE ARE ALL THE LINKS: Link for Sponsoring a podcast episode: 30 bucks: https://www.annajelen.com/product-page/podcast-sponsorship-private-person 100 bucks: https://www.annajelen.com/product-page/copy-of-podcast-sponsorship-private-personIf you want to work focused and have an accountability partner - could be me - check this link: https://www.focusmate.com/?_from=anna66Need a gift for Christmas - how about this one - an hourglass and a letter: https://www.annajelen.com/product-page/30-min-hourglass-and-postcard-von-annaOr in German - 52 cards - for each week one with a tip or quote for a mindfulness use of time: https://fideadesign.com/de/product/mehr-zeit/5793Let's connect on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/annathetimeexpert/
Ep. 741 #Livecast - Dear Matilda (24 Hour PanCAN Fundraiser) If you would like to donate to our PanCAN Fundraiser please visit: https://donate.tiltify.com/9cf1849d-0189-45d5-b67f-cccd672e5e6e Listen to our Radio Show Station Here: https://www.mixcloud.com/indiefusionradio/ Thank you Everyone for joining us! You can take the podcast on the go on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/5dZ2LgaPYqKWWEKhlkjndO?si=391967b92f544265 If you are interested in supporting Live and Amplified, please check out our Socials! https://linktr.ee/LiveandAmplified We are a Music based Multi-Media Project, We feature independent musicians giving them the opportunity to showcase and talk about original content. if you have any questions or comments please send them to LNAMusicReview@gmail.com
In this edition of "Dear Progressor," you'll hear from members of this community who called in and answered my prompt to share doable tricks that they shared or learned from hosting a "Tricks and Treats Night" with friends. You can also see a comprehensive list of ideas from fellow progressors here, covering a range of areas of your life from work, to home, to relationships, and even some helpful links. I hope this episode encourages you to see the small ways that we can make a big impact on our growth and in our lives. Take my free DSL Workshop in January! Finding Me Academy My FREE DSL Training My FREE habits class Full Show Notes Sticky Habit Method Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Breaking news: Dear Earth, I'm Really Sorry is coming back for Season 2!We are so excited to have all of our actors back, from Matt Young who plays Dr. Amazing to the actors who played Josh, Frankie, Agnes, Sunan, Ethel, and Teddy Bright. And this season there's a new villain, a tech billionaire named Dyson Plexis - plus berserker dolphins, sexy virtual centaurs, questionable self-help tapes, and so much more.We're currently raising funds to pay our amazing actors for the new season and would so appreciate your support. You can find our Indiegogo campaign here - https://igg.me/at/zzmfHCwwvWQ/x/2608353#/ - or you can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org for alternate ways to donate.Thanks so much and we'll see you in the lab in 2024!
The transfer portal doesn't open for everyone until Monday, but the announcements have been coming fast and furious. On Wednesday, Duke QB Riley Leonard announced that he would enter the portal. Meanwhile. Arkansas QB KJ Jefferson refuted a report that he had decided to enter the portal. Leonard joins a growing list of QBs already in the portal. This episode is sponsored by Factor Meals. Head on over to https://www.FactorMeals.com/Andy50 for 50% off your order! Fresh meals delivered straight to your door! (0:00 -17:49)Andy Breaks down the list of QB's in the Transfer Portal (17:50-40:15) Pac-12 Network's Yogi Roth Joins (40:16-45:16) Dear Andy Intro (45:17-49:24) Should schools consider cancelling non-conference games to preserve a perfect record? (49:25-50:56) 12-1 Georgia vs 12-1 Big 12 Champ Texas (50:57-53:45) 3 vs 4 Conference Games with Expansion? (53:46-1:05:41) Alex asks about the Disrespect of Iowa (1:05:42-1:08:44) Conclusion Want to watch the show instead? Head on over to YouTube! https://youtube.com/live/rkcPatPu2Io Next, Yogi Roth of the Pac-12 Network joins to preview what should be a spectacular Oregon-Washington Pac-12 title game. Yogi discusses how both teams got here and why Oregon has become the overwhelming favorite even though the Huskies beat the Ducks earlier this season. Then it's time for your questions, and you've got some great ones. What happens to the College Football Playoff if Alabama beats Georgia on Saturday? In next year's version of the CFP, would a team like this year's Ohio State be in the perfect spot? Has another good team been made fun of as much as the 2023 Iowa Hawkeyes? Which schools will give their coach an emotional extension for a good season next year and regret it next year? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week's chat is with Chantea Williams, who went from Chef to Publisher. She has vast knowledge and skillsets used to guide others to get their story published. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/drannettepublishingpusher/support
Dear friends,Welcome to Season 2 Episode 77 of the podcast. Today's episode is Lectio Divina on Luke 15:1-10 With Neil.First, Neil will offer some exercises to help you find quiet readiness for meditation, and second, guide you through the verses with plenty of space for your own contemplation.For the third part, we encourage you to process your meditation by sharing your experience and thoughts if you are meditating with others, or journaling or recording your experience in some way if you are meditating on your own. Enjoy!One of the ways we fund our community is through the support we receive on Patreon! If you want to join in, the link is http://patreon.com/shekinameditationpodcast or send a donation through http://shekinacommunity.com/donateFollow us on Instagram at https://instagram.com/shekinagardenWe are so thankful for your support,Much love,Rae
Once you have grasp of the DEAR MAN skill, you might find yourself getting stuck when you try to use it in difficult interactions. Maybe the other person pushes back, tries to change the subject, or refuses to engage fairly. While we can't force anyone to do anything, we can continue to use our skills to stay as effective as possible during heated moments. For full show notes, visit our website: https://bayareadbtcc.com/podcast DBT Skills Discussed DEAR MAN Introduction to Distress Tolerance & the STOP skill The “What” Skills of Mindfulness The “How” Skills of Mindfulness Ask us a Question We'd love to hear from you! Where are you getting stuck with your skills application? Ask us a question for the chance to have it answered on the podcast. Submit your question here. Please note that questions, and this podcast in general, are not a substitute for individual mental health treatment.
Hola, Hola! It's Wednesday and that means we're back with another episode of Dear Chiquis. Thanks to Jacklynn, Stephanie, Beth and Veronica for submitting their questions this week. Today, we hear from Jacklynn, who needs to distance herself from a friend; Stephanie wants to know how she can boost her confidence; Beth got ghosted out of the blue and wonders how to handle things if he comes back; and Veronica asks what I'm most afraid of. You can leave me your question at speakpipe.com/chiquisandchillpodcast! And don't forget to listen to “Chiquis and Chill” every Monday. They're longer podcast episodes filled with personal stories and interviews with special guests.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In our 100th episode, we take things rather easy. Our great friend Juicy joins us to talk over our typical things, reminisce on the past 7 seasons of Pass the Jar and discuss what's next for PTJ. Cheers to 100 episodes and thank y'all for another amazing season!
In our 100th episode, we take things rather easy. Our great friend Juicy joins us to talk over our typical things, reminisce on the past 7 seasons of Pass the Jar and discuss what's next for PTJ. Cheers to 100 episodes and thank y'all for another amazing season!
We've gone back to 2017 today, with Brian Taylor exposing a certain Rub member - let's call him J. Brayshaw... actually's that too obvious, let's call him James B. - as a commentary box pie pincher, Nathan Brown treating us to the biggest bath water drinkers in footy and the debut of Bristle's advice segment: Dear Brian.----We're dropping a new (or old?) Classic Saturday Rub every Saturday and Wednesday all the way through summer - subscribe to Triple M Footy AFL on the LiSTNR app to get every instalment as it drops!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Another year of exciting developments in the area of digital health and healthcare tech. In this episode, I review some of the health tech trends to watch for in 2024 and beyond! Resources: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8559147/ https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestechcouncil/2023/06/01/augmented-reality-is-already-changing-healthcare-for-the-better/?sh=2daf45977851 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33377137/ https://syneoshealthcommunications.com/blog/smart-socks-predict-foot-ulcers-in-diabetic-patients https://techcrunch.com/2016/10/17/targeting-the-untapped-market-of-wearables-for-elder-care/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8924773/ Welcome to the Health Analytic Insights Podcast. This podcast is ALL about creating a community of like-minded individuals who are passionate about the field of health informatics. I hope to share information and advice in topics such as health analytics, digital health, biomedical engineering and data visualization in healthcare and in exchange I would love to hear from you DEAR listener about your experience and interest in this field, you can drop me a line at email@example.com. Sign up to the newsletter and get your FREE guide to starting your career in health informatics here. https://mailchi.mp/e4cd52ccaaf5/health-analytic-insights DISCLAIMER: The views expressed on this podcast are my own and do not reflect those of people, organizations or institutions that I might be associated with in a professional capacity, unless explicitly stated. The views expressed by the guests on this show are their own and may or may not reflect those of people, organizations or institutions that I might be associated with in a professional capacity, unless explicitly stated.
This is the second episode we're talking about a drama that we dropped. Even though we didn't finish this drama we still had a lot of thoughts that we wanted to share. We hope you enjoy listening!
In the Seventh Episode of Season 3. I have the chance to sit down with my Dear friend/author Stefanie from Austria! We speak about her inspiration for writing, what brought her to the uk, culture, music, her first release and many more things! If you haven't already be sure to follow on instagram and get in contact if you'd like to be featured https://www.instagram.com/diggingdeeppod/?hl=en-gb Many thanks for the love and support!
Join us on this thrilling podcast episode where the discussion starts with the rockin' world of Lizzie The Musical at Southwark Playhouse. Join us for a toe-tapping journey through this production that reimagines the infamous tale of Lizzie Borden with killer tunes and fierce performances. In this episode, we take a moment to shine a spotlight on Propel - MAST Mayflower and their outstanding support for new work, producers, writers, and artists. Discover how their innovative initiative propels creativity to new heights! Embark on an historical odyssey at the London Coliseum with The Mongol Khan, a theatrical extravaganza that delves into the grandeur of conquest, power, and drama. This immersive production catapults audiences into ancient landscapes, weaving a tapestry of sights and sounds that bring history to life. From opulent set designs to poignant performances, every element is meticulously crafted, promising not just a play but a visual and emotional feast. The stellar cast breathes life into historical figures, making them vivid and compelling. Beyond recounting events, the play is a celebration of cultures, a coming together of diverse influences that shaped the course of history. Don't miss this unmissable experience that transcends the ordinary and embraces the extraordinary, securing your seat for a journey through time, culture, and the indomitable spirit of the human story. Get an exclusive pass to the Hadestown Press Event at Jack Solomon's! Join us behind the velvet ropes as we chat with the stars, creators, and get a sneak peek into the fantastical world of this musical phenomenon that's been making waves. Step into the world of Dear England through an intimate conversation with the incredibly talented cast. In this engaging discussion, Will Close, Will Fletcher, and Josh Barrow offer profound insights into the depths of their characters, shedding light on the intricacies of their portrayal. Dive into the creative process as they unravel the layers of bringing this thought-provoking production to life, exploring the challenges, inspirations, and the collaborative effort that shaped the narrative. Gain a unique perspective on the emotional landscapes they navigate within the play and the resonance it holds in the broader context of societal reflections. This conversation goes beyond the stage, providing a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the dedication and passion that infuse every moment of this compelling production. Don't miss this opportunity to connect with the artists behind Dear England, as they share their perspectives on theatre, storytelling, and the profound impact of this resonant play. Tune in for a theatre-packed episode that promises to ignite your passion for the stage!
Andrew McMahon came by and gave us a great performance in the DC101 Soundstage, plus we had a fun time catching up! We discussed how fun it has been getting back together with Something Corporate, having too many songs to put into the setlist, the 2024 Dear Jack Foundation show is going to be a cruise, what Andrew is most proud of and why he has the golden blonde hair now!
Buy my collection of horror novellas TALES OF HORROR at https://amzn.to/42XxAu5If you don't have Spotify, watch the animated version on Indian Noir's Youtube channel - https://www.youtube.com/@indianhorrorDear listeners, to support Indian Noir, India's most critically acclaimed crime and horror podcast :Donate via https://ko-fi.com/U7U03JREM to cover the web hosting and sfx costs.Follow and sign up for new episode alerts.Follow me on Instagram instagram.com/indiannoirSubscribe to the FREE monthly newsletter at https://indiannoir.substack.com/ to receive the stories in video/text format your inbox.Read literary analysis of Indian Noir stories by Chat GPT on our official blog - https://indiannoir.wordpress.com/Share the episode with a friend.Promote on your socials and tag @indiannoir on InstagramSend me an audio review at anchor.fm/indiannoir/messageIndian Noir is written, narrated and produced by one of India's best horror and crime writers Nikesh Murali. Nikesh is the author of a multi-award winning, Amazon bestselling short story collection 'The Killing fields'. His novel 'His Night Begins', which was praised by Crime Fiction Lover magazine for its 'terse action scenes and brutal energy', was released to critical acclaim and earned him the tag of the 'most hardboiled of Indian crime writers' from World Literature Today Journal.Nikesh has won the Commonwealth Short Story Prize (Asian region) and DWL Story Prize, and also received honourable mentions for the Katha Short Story Prize twice. Nikesh was among the top creative talents from India (including Amitabh Bachchan, Karan Johar, Anil Kapoor, Farhan Akhtar, Anurag Kashyap, Tabu, Nawazuddin Siddiqui) selected to create original shows for Audible Suno.Indian Noir Podcast has been featured in Harper's Bazaar, India Today, CBC, The Hindu, Times of India, New Indian Express, Hindustan Times, Deccan Herald, The Statesman, The Week, The Telegraph, Femina, The Economic times, Mid-Day, The News Minute, The Quint, India Times, ABC Radio, Mashable, Reader's Digest India, Men's World, Your Story, Calcutta Times, Grazia and other media outlets. It has won rave reviews on major podcasting platforms, from critics and listeners alike and is widely considered as one of India's best horror and crime podcasts.This podcast is rated R 18+. It may contain classifiable elements such as violence, sex scenes and drug use that are high in impact. This podcast may also contain information which may be triggering to survivors of sexual assault, violence, drug abuse or mental health issues. Listener discretion is advised.
KEY SCRIPTURE1 John 4:11-1211 Dear friends, since God so loved us, we also ought to love one another. 12 No one has ever seen God; but if we love one another, God lives in us and his love is made complete in us.PRAYERI praise and thank you, Father, for Your steadfast love towards me. Thank you, Lord, for Your never-failing faithfulness, comfort and grace, which is new every morning and refreshed every day. Thank you that You are a God who cares for each and every one of Your children. Thank you, Holy Spirit, for your wisdom; teach me to share the love of God with those around me. Amen.
In this episode, Kreed flies solo as she discusses the grief and anger, from years past, oftentimes are not processed by moms which impacts the way they parented their children. —---------- http://www.TheEstrangedHeart.com TheEstrangedHeart@gmail.com Coaching & Consultation with Kreed: Email Kreed at TheEstrangedHeart@gmail.com Coaching & Consultation with Kreed and AC: Email Kreed at TheEstrangedHeart@gmail.com Don't forget to check out AC's podcast, In The Blood. It's available on all major podcast platforms. In The Blood podcast Facebook Support Group for estranged moms: facilitated by Kreed: https://www.facebook.com/groups/estrangedmotherssupportgroup Facebook Discussion Group for estranged parents AND estranged adult children (from different families) facilitated by Kreed and AC - email for application: TheEstrangedHeart@gmail.com If you wish to become a financial supporter of the podcast and Kreed's work with estranged parents & adult children: https://www.anchor.fm/theestrangedheart/support https://www.buymeacoffee.com/kreedrevere (one time donation) www.paypal.me/revkreed (one time donation) --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theestrangedheart/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theestrangedheart/support
Have a relational struggle? Get some help on this Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman. It's our post-Thanksgiving edition of Dear Gary with calls from listeners about marriage problems, singles issues, and more. He'll tackle any question—from in-laws to the love languages. Need some encouragement? Don't miss the November “Dear Gary” Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman. Featured resource: A Marriage Carol by Chris Fabry and Gary ChapmanSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We are talking about our Dear Alice Live recap in this episode. We did a live event here in Draper, Utah and 50% of the people that came were from out of state, and then a lot of our attendees bought E-tickets and had so many questions, which we didn't have time to answer nor did we even expect there would be questions at the end. We wanted to do an episode dedicated to all of those E-ticket questions and figured probably a lot of you would like to know those answers, so we're gonna answer those questions here. What to do with a large blank wall that's not framed art 4:15 Styling a corner fireplace 8:10 Most popular art frame right now 11:00 Construction of rug to go on a bedroom carpet 14:20 Sectional vs sofa 19:20 Night stands do not have to match? 22:05 Do you iron your sheets? 25:00 Combining different styles 26:10 Bench or daybed/sofa at the end of a bed 32:05 Determining the size for living room side tables 33:30 “[Spot tables] are so easy to pick up and they can be so sculptural and so fun. We use spot tables a lot just next to a chair like a quick little pull up, often they can migrate. My kids pull them around all over the place because it's easier for them to pll up and eat their Lunchable on, or whatever it is. They can just bring it over to this chair and put this drink on it while I'm reading this book.” 37:00 https://www.instagram.com/alicelaneinteriors/ https://www.instagram.com/alicelanehome/ https://alicelanehome.com/ https://www.facebook.com/AliceLaneHome https://www.pinterest.com/alicelanehome/ https://www.youtube.com/alicelanehomecollectionsaltlakecity News Letter: https://manage.kmail-lists.com/subscriptions/subscribe?a=HZENWY&g=PFcqV5
Hola, Hola! It's Wednesday, and that means we're back with another episode of Dear Chiquis. Thanks to Nadia, Gaby, Miriam and Andrea for submitting their questions this week. Today, we hear from Nadia who wants to know when I'm headed to Mexicali; Gaby feels like giving up but I'm here to remind her that sacrifices are needed in order to reach our goals; Miriam's mom accuses her of being intimate with her ex-boyfriend – and doesn't shy away from sharing that with others; and lastly, I Andrea is worried about her sister's work ethic so I give her tips on how to help get her back on track. Submit your questions at speakpipe.com/chiquisandchillpodcast! And don't forget to listen to “Chiquis and Chill” every Monday. They're longer podcast episodes filled with personal stories and interviews with special guests.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.