Hey Listener, grab one of those weird neck pillows you buy at the airport because this week “My Wai-fife!” Lauren Bishop returns to the show to talk about all of the vacations we've taken since we were married a decade ago in 2013. Topics this week include: The first guest in the history of WYI? that thought starting a load of laundry in the next room was a good idea. Getting called out for not going to the rollergirls' game. Where can we go that has good beer and food? Visiting one of the oldest/biggest breweries on the East Coast in the middle of a subdivision. Growlers are not pitchers. The country's smallest Kroger. Evergrain and Zero Day. The Omni Grove Park Inn. Signing the book to get into the bar. The Kaiju Battle of Wrightsville Beach and Stevie Janowski. David Lee Roth kicks and Christmas at Junkers. The worst vacation of all time. Hallway blunts, screaming, and drinking yourself to sleep. Allegedly Pac Man Jones was an issue. A bar district where every college team has a bar. Knowing what time of the year it was because of the sports that were happening during your vacation. The need for escapism as an anxiety filled creative. Experiencing the over the top breweries of San Diego and some that flew to close to the sun. My Wai-fife doesn't understand that she isn't like the guests. Hiking for the first time. Hot take: We don't like Miguel's Pizza. Going to Texas and forgetting Whiskey L'Amour's name. Always have a Bud Light clone. Asheville 2: Now We Know Things. Going to Beer Hogwarts. Going to breweries in Boulder with Bombtrack. Escaping COVID by going to a cabin. The blueprint of a roller derby road trip. Michigan: God, Guns, and Weed. Asheville 3: Canceled by the Cronies. Going to Portland to marry people and hang out at the coolest video game bar ever. Fangirling out and the importance of telling stories in sports. A tale of 2 breweries. Stop playing Sublime at breweries. The KEXP journey. A return to the recent past in Las Vegas.
Cellist and producer Maya Beiser will release her new album “InfInIte Bach” on May 26. Her first recording of the complete Solo Cello Suites of Johann Sebastian Bach, “InfInIte Bach,” Beiser made this album in her converted barn in the Berkshires in Massachusetts, recording the Suites while exploring the varying frequencies and resonances of the room, in order to create layers of sound acoustically.
David Droll leads Hope Beyond Bridges, feeding and ministering to people living in the streets. Listen to K-LOVE's Rafael Sierra's report.
Today I get to share with you a really fun and powerful conversation with my friends Chris and Stephanie Teague. In our conversation you'll get to hear the story of how Chris and Stephanie met, their marriage when they were in college, pursuing the quintessential Christian couple life, and then the secrets, addictions, and doubts that led to their divorce in 2010. Then, during a season where they each in their own way were desperate for answers to what they didn't understand, God met them and showed them He was trustworthy with their lives individually, freeing them both from the pressure of living a put-together know-it-all Christian life and receiving the invitation to be alive with Christ and live in hope. And then, in His grace, He also redeemed their marriage. Over a decade later, here we are hanging out unpacking this story today! Praise God. This time with them was a special experience of hearing them unpack how God met them then, how He continues to reveal Himself to them now, and the heart of the calling on their lives now as the band Out of the Dust. Through their music, and sharing their story, Chris and Stephanie now travel the country speaking and singing hope over people who wonder if all hope is lost. As you'll hear, it's not about trying to fix broken marriages or bootstrapping your way to a better life, it's issuing an invitation to encounter the heart of God. This is such a powerful conversation annnnnd for those of us who grow up in the 90's/early 2000's Christian world, I think there's going to be a lot you can probably relate to, for better or for worse as well. It's a good time and I can't wait to share it with you. I hope above all things you hear in this episode, you hear that the Lord specializes at making beautiful things out of the dust. Dust of things that have yet to know life, or dust of ashes where things have all burned down. He is the God of redemption and resurrection and He cares about your heart encountering healing with Him. If you have any questions about any of that, please don't ever hesitate to reach out to me, or to someone like Stephanie and Chris, we are imperfect people who have seen a perfect God in our story, but we also know what it means to shake our fists and wonder why and have Him love us there too. Wherever you are today, friend, I hope that you can hear me say, you matter, and your story matters. Connecting with Stephanie & Chris Facebook Instagram Patreon Spotify SUMMER TOUR DATES! Website Sponsor for this Episode: Hopefuel Use the code 'SIMPLY15' for 15% off Instagram Website References: -Episodes Chris and Stephanie have helped me out on before! Our readings of Esther and Ruth -MTSU -Passion Conference -Chris Tomlin -Matt Redman -Christy and Nathan Nockels and Watermark -Jesus movement (70's) -Louie Giglio -Some of Louie's teaching based on science and faith (and devotionals for kids too! Our family loves these) -Podcast episode where we talk about suicidal ideation with Jennifer Greenberg, her book I mention is Not Forsaken: A Story of Life After Abuse. How faith brought one woman from victim to survivor -Enneagram 1 -We got it wrong, Jehovah-Raah is the Lord is my Shepherd -Divorce Care -”Redemption Skies”- their song with the lyric “Let the valley teach you what the mountain can't” - “Beautiful Things” by Gungor -Ellie Holcomb spotify -For the record the church we attend together is Fellowship Bible Church Murfreesboro ;) -GMA Immerse -Topher Teague -Gungor “You Have Me” -Brooke Fraser “Who Are We Fooling” -Belmont University -Tanya Godsey -Our Daily Bread -Family Life -Another episode about working through doubts, questions and truly finding Jesus (Taylor Turkington author of Trembling Faith) -spiritual disciplines -the attributes of God (I REALLY loved this study about this from Daily Grace Co. It was a huge help to me) -Searching For Enough- Tyler Staton, our conversation -John Mark Comer (not Michael lol) Scripture References: Mark 2:15-22-, Mark 5:1-20,Luke 8:26-39, Luke 19:1-10, Luke 17:11-19, John 4-Jesus went to the raw and real places Psalm 23 Deuteronomy 7:9, Psalm 25:10, Luke 6:36-37, Ephesians 2:4-5-God's mercy Luke 15:11-32 (esp 17-21)-Prodigal pacing (earning your way back home) Psalm 34:4-God is with you in the valley Psalm 34:18-He is close to the brokenhearted Exodus 3-A Moses, nope God you got the wrong guy Exodus 34:6, Nehemiah 9:16-17, Psalm 103:8, 2 Peter 3:8-9-God is so patient Lamentations 3:22-23, 1 Corinthians 1:9 -He is faithful (among many verses and stories!) Judges 6, Habakkuk 1-He is OK with us working through questions and doubts James 4:8-Draw near to Him Isaiah 46:9-10, Psalm 139, 1 John 3:20, Ephesians 1-He is all-knowing, but we get to know Him 2 Timothy 3:16-17-scripture is God breathed John 16:33 -This world is broken, and in this world we will have trouble Psalm 147:5, James 3:17-God has infinite wisdom Matthew 14:13-21, Luke 8:26-56-Jesus welcomed interuptions and weren't on the plan Matthew 26:36-46, Luke 22:39-46, John 17-18 and John 11 -Jesus grieved in the garden and at the tomb of His friend Job 10:3, Job 19:5-7, Job 27, -Job indicting God John 20:24-31-”doubting” Thomas Psalm 27:13-What would have become of me if I had not believed I would see the goodness of the Lord John 9, 2 Corinthians 12:6-7 -Using suffering for our good (example) Daniel 3:18-If not He is still good JOIN OUR PATREON COMMUNITY!!!! I would be honored to have your support to keep the Simply Stories Podcast going. 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Psychologist Dr. Bruce P. from Los Angeles, California leads Fr. Bill and listeners through a series of brief meditations focused on the teachings of Eckhart Tolle. Several one-minute exercises bring the teachings alive in ways you won't want to miss. A guide to the exercises is included in the Show Notes. Show Notes: The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle - Purchase or find an online pdf version available free. Contact Dr. Bruce at: email@example.com Power of Now Lab Notes from Dr. Bruce Overview: (1) The Purpose of these Practices (2) The Obstacles to Practice (3) The Benefits of the Practices (4) The Duration and Use of These Practices in Daily Life One-Minute Thoughtless Awareness Practices (1) Observing the Breath without thought (2) Observing an Inner Body Sensation without thought (3) Listening without thought (4) Seeing without thought Self Observation Practices “Am I at ease?” “Am I treating this moment as a means to an end?” “Have I been thinking of the future or the past?” “Am I wanting to be somewhere other than Where I am now?” The Welcoming Prayer for Presence: Request a copy from Dr. Bruce --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/fatherbillw/support
Hey Listener, lace up your sneakers and get ready to talk about the WNBA with Ryan Mount. He is a hardcore fan of “The W” and deep dive into a sport that is continuing to evolve in North America. Topics this week include: Instead of hosting your own podcast, just go on your friend's show instead. Being an old man at the punk rock show in a small bar. Tales of Taft shows of yore. People from other places don't like Ohio concert crowds. Don't stand in the pit with your arms around your girlfriend. Trying to explain Clutch to someone that hasn't listened to them. If I'm blacked out don't give me a live microphone. Growing up an East Coast sports fan. The Minister of Defense. Rikki Rockett and the Italian American football championship. NFL Europe. How did you become a WNBA fan? A family where sports are sports and #girldad. Less time and games makes things more important. A random Rudy story…yes that Rudy. How to get more people into women sports? Getting the bag whenever you can. The importance of good merch. The W needs more rivalries. Experiencing a sport alone. When politics and sports collide. The Aces vs. The Liberty and going to the parade. The future of the W?
Listen in as Nate talks about how Mother's Day 2023 is a true miracle compared to 2022, 2021, and 2020. @LifetipsPodcast @LifetipsPodcast @LifetipsPodcast for IG, Facebook, and Twitter. @auth_gen_person. Twitter. IG @nate_the_speaker @spokenlifetips --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lifetips/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lifetips/support
Experiencing a significant loss, such as the death of a loved one or the end of a relationship, can shake the foundation of our beliefs and leave us feeling lost and disconnected from ourselves. It's not uncommon to question our beliefs and values during times of grief and struggle to find meaning and purpose in life. However, it's important to remember that connecting back to ourselves is essential for healing and moving forward. In this episode, I explain some simple ways to heal from your trauma and connect back to yourself. I share the soul-shaking events in my life that affected the core of my belief system, the beginning of the unraveling of my faith belief, and the things that made me realize the right ways to heal. I also talk about how I overcame my trauma and got a clear picture of who I wanted to become. Tune in to learn more about this and other exciting topics! Timestamps [00:52] The soul-shaking events in my life that affected the core of my belief system [10:33] The beginning of the unraveling of my faith belief [16:31] The things that made me realize the right way to heal [17:37] Figuring out what you believe [20:48] How to overcome trauma and get a clear picture of who I wanted to become [22:12] 1# Understanding your traumas and mistakes [26:50] 2# Prayer and spirit guide [28:39] Ways to heal from trauma [30:36] 1: Look for every single way that will help [33:50] 2: Determine new boundaries [35:12] 3: Establish your own beliefs [36:39] 4: Find your co-values Notable quotes: “Taking your anger at life on other people is not a good coping mechanism.” “When we are moving in our trauma and triggers, we often hurt other people unknowingly.” “The good thing about understanding our trauma is that it helps you understand other people and give them grace.” “Trauma is not what happens to you. It's what happens inside you.” “People that do not respect other people's boundaries don't respect their own boundaries and oftentimes don't respect themselves.” Connect with me: Gabi Garland Website: http://www.gabigarland.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gabigirl34/
How do you continue on in faith when pain and tragedy seems to plague your life? How can you keep going towards healing and wholeness when heartache relentlessly comes into your life? Those were the questions Rachel Faulkner Brown had to wrestle with after losing not one, but two husbands: one in an unexpected medical trauma and the other in a military plane crash. As a young widow twice, Rachel knew what it meant to experience pain, but learning to experience God's comfort took some time. It took her truly understanding God's abundant love for her, even when her circumstances felt quite the opposite. Since experiencing those losses, she has since remarried again and has walked with her husband through depression and anxiety and started a ministry for widows, encouraging them to hope in their pain to purpose journey. Through it all, Rachel has found a rich faith that is rooted in trusting Jesus in every season of life. While it has never been easy, it has been what has carried her through the valleys she has encountered. In this episode, Davey sits down with Rachel to discuss the importance of knowing our identity and God's love for us before we can ever begin to heal, how our worship can become a weapon against the enemy, and the power of encountering God's comfort in our pain. Chances are you haven't experienced the level of loss and pain that Rachel has, but this conversation will spur you on in your journey towards faith and hope in whatever hurt you are enduring. Website: www.rachelfaulknerbrown.net www.bestillministries.net Instagram: www.instagram.com/rachelfaulknerbrown www.instagram.com/neveralonewidows Want to find out how you too can remove the debris of crisis in your life and move forward with a renewed sense of victory and purpose? Learn more about the Pain to Purpose course at: www.mypaintopurposeplan.com Want to be a part of the Nothing is Wasted Prayer team? Sign up today: www.nothingiswasted.com/prayerteam Are you ready to take a step towards healing? Join Davey on our next FREE, live Zoom call and learn 5 Steps to Taking Back your Story. Sign up today at: www.nothingiswasted.com/starthere
Sue Humphrey says she was a "not very good" athlete growing up--but she loved sports, and she found her niche early: as a teenager she started helping other athletes. She excelled at coaching track and field, and worked her way up to college coaching (experiencing the beginning of Title IX), and eventually the international stage--although the field wasn't always welcoming to a young woman. At the 1992 and 1996 Olympics, Sue was a member of the coaching staff for USA's Track and Field team--and in 2004, she became head coach, dealing with everything from overseeing schedules to taking media calls in the middle of the night asking about athletes' drug tests. Sue shares what it's like to coach at the Olympics (the glamour of napping under a table on the field, for example), the importance of developing rapport with athletes, and what to do when an athlete is disappointed in a performance. In this episode:What's required of a Head Coach of an Olympic track and field team (03:00)The value of developing rapport with your elite athletes (08:45)Coalescing competitors into teammates (12:45)Olympic coaches vs. personal coaches (15:52)Experiencing the Opening Ceremonies (and what Sue did during Closing Ceremonies)(18:44)A typical day at the Olympics for Sue (24:16)Sue's complaints with the current NCAA and elite coaching systems (27:15)Her thoughts on being an Olympic coach vs. college coach vs. age-group coach (30:52)What makes her so successful? Coaching philosophy (31:56)How to help athletes who are disappointed with their performances (34:47)Sue's path to coaching (37:43)Want to know more about Sue?Connect with her on Instagram: sue.humphrey.32 Find her on Facebook: Sue HumphreyTweet at her on Twitter: humphreyhjSend her an email :firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.comWant to know more about "What It's Like To..."?Sign up to be on our Insiders' List to receive our newsletters and insiders' information! Go to whatitsliketo.net (sign-ups are at the bottom of the page)Follow us on social media:InstagramFacebookTwitterLinkedInSupport the show
Stacey Wheeler is the host of the The Soul Podcast, a show that looks at the Soul from a non-religious perspective. The Soul Podcast is focused on spiritual growth and provides tools for a joyful life. Some of you may recognize Stacey from our episode swap back in episode 175 of the Science & Spirituality Podcast - "Projection - How to Recognize It & Master It." Although you do not need to have listened to that episode to follow along in this one, we do highly recommend you check it out! In this episode we focused on Stacey's story of how he came to experiencing 90 days of pure joy and happiness and having what he describes as a "Soul Reunion" - coming back to the realization that we came into this world as a soul by peeling back the layers of experiences and labels we have accumulated through life. This was ultimately his motivation for starting his podcast - wanting to share what he has learned and experienced so deeply with the world. Throughout this podcast, Stacey shares his wisdom on facing discomfort, leaning into areas of our lives where we feel stuck, and peeling back layers of life experiences so we can each work towards our own Soul Reunion. P.S. We will be interviewed on Stacey's Podcast in the coming weeks and will update the episode notes with details once that is released!
Essentially You: Empowering You On Your Health & Wellness Journey With Safe, Natural & Effective Solutions
As we approach Mother's Day this week, it's the perfect time to reflect on where we've come from and really evaluate where we are and want to be! Not just as moms (because not all of us are moms!), but as women… Do we have the kind of energy, health, and vitality we NEED to show up for the most important people in our lives? If not, then we've got some work to do! Catch today's podcast for EIGHT game-changing tips and self-care strategies that will help you step into your power and feel your absolute BEST heading into summer–and learn: How to rate (and improve) your current energy levels My top tips for eating, exercising, ans sleeping What you can do to improve your mental health The BEST new tool to track and manage your blood sugar And more! Mentioned in this Episode: Nutrisense Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) – Use my personal promo code MARIZA to get $30 off + 1 month of free dietitian support. Gluco Support – Conquer cravings and stress-eating with my custom blend of science-backed herbs. Self-Care Journal – Your guide to gratitude, joy, and self-love. Additional Resources: Top 10 Self-Care Rituals for Today's Woman Sleep Better with these Proven Herbs + Nutrients #476: How to Pivot in Perimenopause to Increase Energy, Metabolism, and Brain Power #517: The Most Common Questions about Continuous Glucose Monitors Answered Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In Oregon, about 44% of households struggled to make ends meet by the end of 2021. That's according to a report released by United Ways of the Pacific Northwest and partner organization United For ALICE. People who earn above the federal poverty level but less than what they need to financially survive day-to-day are described by the report as "asset limited, income constrained, employed." We hear more about the issue and what this means for Oregonians from Jim Cooper, the president and CEO of United Ways of the Pacific Northwest.
In this episode, we hear from Aravind Devalia, a coach and speaker who shares his personal story of how gratitude helped him overcome challenges in his life. Arvind encourages us to practice "conscious gratitude" by being aware of and expressing gratitude for the small things in life, and provides practical tips for starting a daily gratitude practice. He also emphasizes the importance of expressing gratitude to loved ones and how it can deepen our relationships with them. Arvind Devalia is a coach, blogger and author of "Get the Life you Love". Since leaving the corporate world 20 years ago, he has coached 100s of individuals, published a dozen books and spoken at various events. Everything he does is to empower people to live their best lives, and make the world a better place at the same time. He creates transformational events such as make-it-happen retreats, peace workshops, drumming circles, massive picnics, and exclusive dinners to bring people together in a fun and life-changing way. Arvind also recently completed his 9th London Marathon! https://www.arvinddevalia.com/ https://www.getthelifeyoulove.com/ Wake Up With Gratitude Resources *New* Gratitude Habit Tracker https://wakeupwithgratitude.com/products/gratitudehabittracker Sunrise Gratitude Meditation YouTube: https://youtu.be/76HXNJO1_y4 Free Gratitude Meditation download: http://bit.ly/GratitudeLoveLetter Contact me directly: firstname.lastname@example.org Check out other episodes the podcast: https://wakeupwithgratitude.com/pages/podcast More freebies here: https://campsite.bio/juliecmboyer https://www.tiktok.com/@juliecmboyer https://facebook.com/juliecmboyer https://facebook.com/wakeupwithgratitudephoto https://www.instagram.com/juliecmboyer/
Corey Hackett started working in retail at 14. He started guerrilla marketing for Top of the World at 19.He went back to school for marketing and advertising at 21 to try and figure out exactly what he was doing.After school, he worked at traditional marketing agencies for 10 years while helping Top of the World advance their brand on the side.He took over ownership of Top of the World in 2011.In This Conversation We Discuss: [00:00] Intro[00:59] What products does TotW offer[01:43] Having been around for quite some time[03:02] Corey's retail background and education[04:12] How Corey transitioned into owning TotW [05:33] Envisioning owning the place someday[06:54] Buying TotW vs starting over[08:09] Advantages of buying an established brand[09:45] Opportunities to improve in TotW[12:51] The big projects in Corey's first year owning TotW[14:30] Sponsor: Electric Eye electriceye.io/connect[15:27] Sponsor: JSON-LD For SEO jsonld.app[16:44] Sponsor: Retention.com retention.com/honest[17:36] Being at talks with the early days of Shopify[18:18] Corey has met Tobi before adopting Shopify for TotW[19:55] What happened after launching TotW's Shopify site[21:35] Becoming an unofficial QA for Shopify[22:00] Finally transitioning to Shopify[23:13] Experiencing the weird era of online ads[24:00] Being an early adopter of Instagram[25:17] Witnessing and realizing the habit of “pre-shopping”[28:02] Before starting and going all-in, have an end goal[28:48] Where to find Top of the WorldResources:Subscribe to Honest Ecommerce on YoutubeOttawa's oldest and largest independent skate and snow shop topoftheworld.comFollow Top of The World Skate and Snow on Instagram @totwSchedule an intro call with one of our experts electriceye.io/connectGet your free structured data audit for your store jsonld.appBook your demo today and get 20% off the annual commitment fee retention.com/honestIf you're enjoying the show, we'd love it if you left Honest Ecommerce a review on Apple Podcasts. It makes a huge impact on the success of the podcast, and we love reading every one of your reviews!
Woodlands Church with Kerry Shook
BURN THE SHIPS AND NEVER GO BACK Part Four of Series: Now Or Never – Experiencing The Change You've Been Waiting For May 6th - 7th, 2023 - Pastor Kerry Shook I TRUST JESUS CHRIST AS MY SAVIOR AND LORD I TRUST GOD'S WORD AS MY STANDARD TO LIVE BY I SURRENDER TO CHRIST'S POWER Scriptures: Matthew 5:5, Matthew 18:2-4, Matthew 17:20, Acts 16:31, 2 Timothy 3:16, Philippians 4:13 Topics: Healing, Faith, Trust
Lisa sits down with her oldest friend and bestie, Cristina, to talk about how self-described, lifelong skeptic and rejector of all things woo-woo and granola, Cristina, had a spiritual awakening, against her will in a hotel room in Houston, Texas and why it's all Lisa's fault. Topics Include: Being a spiritual skeptic to having a spiritual awakening Adverse reaction to cannabis Experiencing severe panic attacks The power of breath work Healing inside safe relationships [5:00] Cristina and Lisa share their connection surrounding their early belief system (or lack thereof) around spirituality and where they diverged into two completely different directions [10:00] Cristina talks about experiencing anxiety and depression before having a name for what she was feeling [25:00] Lisa and Cristina tell the story of their girls' trip gone very wrong [43:00] Lisa and Cristina recount Lisa coaching Cristina through a panic attack and that event became a pivotal moment in Cristina's life Register for Group Coaching! - The next cohort of group coaching beings May 2023 Purchase the OOTC book of 50 Journal Prompts Leave Questions and Feedback for Lisa via OOTC Pod Feedback Form Email Lisa: email@example.com Become a Member of the Out of the Cave Online Community - Includes Two Live Coaching Calls Monthly Out of the Cave Merch - For 10% off use code SCHLOS10 Socials Instagram Facebook YouTube
This weeks guest is Tyler Larson. He's an Assistant coach for the Santa Cruz Warriors, former professional basketball player, and an ex teammate of mine. He joins the show to share his story, and how he transitioned from on the court, to behind the bench. @typod55Growing up as the “sensitive” kid (4:30)Navigating the “Wilderness” that was his Childhood (10:00)What if you never played Basketball? (17:00)Moving away in High School for Basketball (19:00)“#THEYSLEEP” (28:00)Why is it so Hard for Athletes to Find Love? (39:00)The TRUTH on playing Basketball Overseas (41:32)Experiencing emotional pain after losing his brother (48:40)Why did you SWITCH to Coaching?(54:00)Are young players “SOFT”? (1:05:00)The Importance of Being A Good Father(1:09:00)Overcoming His Mind Bully (1:13:00)Send your topic requests and questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow the show:https://www.instagram.com/mindbullypodcastFollow the Host:https://www.instagram.com/kingno_https://twitter.com/kingno_Support the show
Hey everyoneIn this episode, I talk about the 7 stages of marijuana addiction. Experiencing my own weed addiction back in 20s, I shared some of the science behind each stage and added my own encounter back then.Don't forget about the live event on the 15th of May, we kick off 11 am PST. Register on the website.If you are experiencing marijuana addiction or you know someone who does, get in touch.7 stages are:- Initiation- Experimentation- Regular use- Risky use- Dependence- Addiction- Crisis/TreatmentP.s. the cover photo is me at 24. High as a kite.Thanks for listening! Like and subscribe to stay up to date with future episodes. Paid podcast supporters receive a special shout-out in the next episode. If you are struggling to quit marijuana on your own, visit www.mylastjoint.com
It's not the first - or the last time - we'll talk about friendship on this podcast! We believe creating and maintaining friendships is one of the most important things you'll do in life.In this episode we'll share our own personal experiences with friendships, plus, we'll discuss a post that was shared by a friend that poses the question, “Are women experiencing a friendship crisis?”Points Discussed in this Episode What role the pandemic has played in creating and maintaining friendships How important is proximity? Growing up in the 90's versus now - how has social media impacted the way we create and maintain friendships? It's not easy to maintain friendships… There are a plethora of ways to make new friends The importance and impact of maintaining friendships Mentioned in this episode: Ep 49: When it comes to friendship, is it quality over quantity?Past guest Steph Clarke: Special Feature: Steph Clarke shares how to plan a reading weekPost on Instagram “Are women experiencing a friendship crisis?” from phenomenalThank you so much for joining us for this episode where we share our own experiences answering the question: Are we experiencing a friendship crisis?Don't forget to follow or subscribe to Nicole & Kate Can Relate for more episodes like this one! Our mission with this podcast is to share a candid convo one time per week to help provide love, support, and space for women to share without judgment, speak without hesitation, and learn from each other - even when we don't agree.
Grace Family | Pleasant Hill
Grace Family | Pleasant Hill
Yes, on the Ep we celebrated Russell's new concept, St.Nigel's Day - the day upon which it became mathematically impossible for the great unwashed from Slumhurst to overtake us in the current season. May the 4th be with you lads (yes it was Star Wars Day too so something of a total eclipse of the heart one might say! However it was as good as done already thanks to a vastly superior goal difference - not the only thing vastly superior about our team over theirs. And as if that wasn't enough, we only went and beat England's most over privileged team with a last second penalty to complete a historic first double over these VARstly entitled bunch of whatsits to ram their gloating fans' songs right back down their throats for good measure. What a moment! What a night! Experiencing the fun we're The Gent, Alan, Dunc, Tim, Andys Bravery and Bass, Alan Wares, Ahmed, Alison, Sheebo, Chris and Russ's seat neighbour Kevin. Stand or fall! UTA! Mac, Man Of Steel @BrightonRockPod email@example.com Part of the Sport Social Podcast Network that can be found in all their glory at this rather suitable address: www.sport-social.co.uk Please follow us for automatic downloads of new episodes and if you want to make us really happy please rate us five stars on Apple and any other platforms that provide the opportunity to do so! Why not write a review while you are at it?! ;0). All this helps our rankings and improves our chances of getting exciting guests onto the show. Also we are now on Patreon, so if you happen to be inclined to extreme acts of generosity we'd greatly appreciate any monthly donations, great or small, to help us run the pod as well as we can. Go to www.patreon.com/BrightonRockPod for details and to sign up. NB Our content will remain freely accessible to all listeners regardless. Humble thanks! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Paisley Heart joins us for Season 1 (2021) of Birdsong. Paisley combines his obsession with spirituality, artistic expression, nature, ritual, entrepreneurship, and shamanic practice, while walking boldly between worlds, embodying the hybrid archetypes of the Wild Businessman and Lifestyle Artist. He's the founder of the shamanic rite of passage event “The Funeral” and the host of a panel style podcast titled “Curious Conversations”, while previously offering his unique gifts through his businesses which involved the digital marketing agency DigiLove and Independent record label Fight Music. Paisley has an unorthodox style which has often been challenging for his clients and for professionals in the industry, and pushing against these paradigms has become a strong and recognizable brand that he's proud of. He's a fascinating human who isn't afraid to explore the taboo and be quite open about the journey along the way. TIMESTAMPS: [1:29] The origins of Paisley Heart's name [4:10] Curious Conversations and Paisley's unique way of podcasting [6:52] A pre-amble on the sacredness of words and the energy of the shapeshifter [10:30] What does it mean for Paisley to honour the sacred? [12:27] Social media as a sacred ritual? [15:18] Living by the religion of infinite curiosity and no taboo [16:03] Planting seeds of the sacred into social media [18:25] Applying for Big Brother and the intersection between spirituality/entertainment? [20:08] Getting turned on by doing taboo things [23:26] What the Medicine Path means… [25:52] Polarization and triggering people through social media [31:55] Can we recognize the parallels in each other's journeys? [33:20] The Funeral: a sacred burial ritual [38:45] Open World Theatre with Atlas Talisman: A real life video game [41:29] Bringing beauty and artistry into the ritual experience [44:07] The theatrical nature and aesthetics of The Funeral [45:30] The fascination of going to people's funerals [49:21] Asking random people to help facilitate the ritualistic process [52:04] Why is the beach is the most appropriate environment for these rituals? [56:03] Asking permission from the land when we conduct ceremonial practices [56:42] What teachings and insights have been revealed through being a facilitator of rituals? [58:53] Listening to mentors yet finding your own path [1:00:54] The phenomena of spirits during the ritual process [1:07:15] Experiencing a dead friend “dropping in” to Paisley's body [1:12:50] How have these shamanic death initiations informed Paisley's sense-making of the global debacle we're all in? [1:19:56] Are rites of passage coming face to face with death the most important practices that we need in these times? [1:21:24] Near death experiences to find deeper value in life [1:25:19] The thing that's most alive at the moment is exploring sexual fluidity [1:30:27] “Trying to be all-the-way-gay” [1:33:30] Paisley's vision moving forward with his offerings [1:34:33] Paisley's final remarks and invitation to our listeners
Emmanuel Baptist Church's Podcast
Continuing in the Power of the Holy Spirit series, Pastor Paul shared 4 ways we can sin against the Holy Spirit, including the unpardonable sin and the sin unto death. What do those theological statements mean, who can commit them and what are the results? Pastor Paul expounded on all of that, and more, in this episode!
Diane and Antonio share their story of how they, together, have learned to abide (remain in the Vine) and experience the full joy of God's life promised. We want to hear from YOU! If you would like to submit a question or comment for further discussion, please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you're feeling overwhelmed and powerless trying to create balanced and effective church outreach despite taking great effort to authentically love and center the church's culture, then you are not alone!In this episode, we discuss how you can:Achieve an ideal balance between reaching out to the community and tending to the spiritual growth of existing church members.Explore the borders of creative ingenuity in church productions without losing sight of fundamental beliefs.Develop a flourishing church culture by emphasizing authenticity, love, and the inexorable gospel truth.Effectively resolve disputes in Christianity while bolstering digital discipleship within social media platforms.Heighten audience engagement and connection through stimulating Facebook group discussions.The key moments in this episode are:00:00:00 - Introduction00:01:12 - Easter Weekend Recap00:06:06 - How Far is Too Far00:13:49 - The Importance of Consistency00:19:57 - The Role of Pastors00:12:45 - Opening Songs in Church00:15:06 - Reaching the Lost00:18:25 - Church Programs00:21:31 - Using Giftings00:25:22 - Heart of Leadership00:27:08 - Reinventing Church00:29:12 - Experiencing the Love of Jesus00:35:11 - Christian Fighting00:39:16 - Personal Journey and Grace00:40:56 - Summer Plans Join our Group on Facebook with the podcast community https://www.facebook.com/groups/eyesonjesuspodcast/Be sure to connect with the hosts! For more information on Drew Barker: Follow Drew on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/drewsbarker/For more information on Tim Ferrara:Get all his links in one place- to his social media, all 3 of his books, and more https://linktr.ee/discerning_dadCheck out his website! https://discerning-dad.com/
Are UFOs real? IF so where do they come from? My guest today is Chris Bledsoe. Chris is a deeply religious family man and successful business owner from North Carolina who was on the verge of the unthinkable after losing everything in the 2007 financial crisis and suffering from a debilitating chronic disease. Fishing along the banks of the Cape Fear River with three co-workers and his teenage son, he walks away from the group and cries out to God in desperate prayer for help. Suddenly, a UFO appears and saves his life and cures him of his illness. Experiencing four hours of missing time, he returns to his group to find them dismayed. Terrified, they run for their lives as several UFOs chase them home. Join me as I try on Chris's orthopedic shoes.
Quotable: a Female Millennial Entrepreneur Podcast
In this week's episode I got to sit down with Aly Giampolo and Colette Dong, female-founder duo of the ness — the celeb-approved wellness method that's redefining movement for all. The ness workout method is anything but ordinary, offering bounce, a beat based trampoline class that will challenge you both mentally and physically and sculpt, the perfect complement to bounce that will leave you strong, balanced and focused. Listen in to find out more about the passion & purpose behind the ness method. After dedicating the first 20+ years of their lives studying and practicing movement, the ness founders met as professional dancers in NYC. While training, both were warned that running and other high impact workouts would be detrimental to their professional dance careers. In search of a high intensity, low impact option, they discovered the trampoline as a satisfyingly sweaty form of cross-training. Experiencing what a positive impact the unique piece of equipment had on their personal bodies and minds, they were inspired to concentrate on a method and share the lasting benefits of rebounding with their community. Listen in to learn more about how Aly & Colette turned their passion into a successful wellness brand that has seen rapid growth from the start. In this episode you will learn: Why celebs are loving the ness method and what sets it apart Ways the ness is redefining fitness to be inclusive, empowering and enjoyable Keys to a successful business partnership with a friend Connect with Aly & Colette: Website: thenessnyc.com Instagram: @thenessnyc, @alygiampolo, @colettedong TikTok: lets_ness Connect with me: I would love to hear how this helped you! Comment on this episode's Instagram post and share what inspired you most. If you have any other tips or ideas leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco or shoot me a DM. You can also connect with us at our Quotable Magazine Instagram account @quotablemagazine. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast. This episode is brought to you by: This week's episode is brought to you by life and business coach, Rosaleen Doherty. Book a free connection and clarity call at www.rosaleendoherty.com.
It's time to get real about avoiding burnout and recognizing the signs of potential burnout. Added bonus, Arianne is back after her spine surgery! Let's start with the first sign of burnout - starting off the day by putting out fires. No one wants to wake up to unexpected emergencies, right? So let's set some boundaries and prioritize tasks effectively to avoid feeling frazzled and stressed from the get-go. Now, we need to talk about neglecting basic needs such as eating breakfast and relying on caffeine to stay alert. Your body needs fuel, and caffeine can only do so much. So, let's establish healthy habits and prioritize self-care - because you deserve it and neglecting your body's basic needs can actually do the opposite of what you intended and negatively affect your productivity and health in the long run. You also don't need to be reachable 24/7, you CAN turn on do not disturb. Trust us, your sanity will thank you for it. Chronic stress and anxiety are not helping you achieve greatness. You also need to take breaks and set realistic expectations to prevent burnout. Now, let's get to the juicy stuff. Saving your happiness until after your goal? Not on our watch! Find joy in the journey and celebrate small wins along the way! We're also diving into the problem of comparison and chasing other people's goals. You are unique and have your own path to greatness. Set personal goals and find your own sense of purpose and fulfillment! What you'll hear in this episode: [1:10] Welcoming Arianne back [5:51] First Sign: Starting off the day putting out fires [9:55] Second Sign: Drinking coffee as soon as you wake up and not eating [14:05] Third Sign: Keeping all of your notifications on all the time [17:35] Fourth Sign: Working 24/7 [20:35] Fifth Sign: Forgetting to eat throughout the day [24:05] Sixth Sign: Saving your happiness until after your goal [26:40] Seventh Sign: Getting caught up in chasing other people's goals Related Episodes: 38. The Power of Pause - Intentional Rest 48. If You Want to Be Successful, You Have to Show Up and Own It with Jillian Tedesco 52. The Key to Growth: Owning Your Choices Text us! +1 (406) 272-8217 For Feel Good Friday text us FEELGOOD For Mindset Monday text us MINDSET Text us PODSQUAD with your questions
One can't help but notice that anti-Semitic attacks and sentiments are on the rise throughout the United States and around the world. A new survey from the Anti-Defamation League shows the number of people who espouse anti-Jewish stereotypes and conspiracy theories has DOUBLED since 2019. On this episode of Messiah Podcast, we interview Joshua Turnil, the Director of Jews for Jesus in Paris. He has seen firsthand what anti-Semitism can do in a country like France and has worked with Jewish and Christian leaders to combat this insidious form of hatred. Together, we will explore the roots and manifestations of anti-Semitism and how we can respond as Jewish and Gentile followers of the Jewish Messiah. – Episode Highlights – • Listener feedback on how Jesus is Jewish and that has changed everything. • Stats from the Anti-Defamation League on the rise of anti-Semitism. • Joshua Turnil's work in France for Jews for Jesus. • Experiencing anti-Semitism in France. • The long, varying history of Jewish presence in France. • Experiencing anti-Semitism in the United States. • The Arab-Israeli conflict in light of anti-Semitism. • A Social Media experiment: Is it possible to reason with the opposition through loving, respectful dialog? • How can we love antisemites and fight against anti-Semitism? • Transformation stories: What happens when the gospel changes someone's perspective? • The battle against Jew hatred is a spiritual one. • Pray for the repentance of the enemies of God's people. • What are ways for non-Jews to practically combat anti-Semitism? – Related Resources – Messiah Magazine: messiahmagazine.org First Fruits of Zion: ffoz.org Messiah Podcast is a production of First Fruits of Zion (ffoz.org) in conjunction with Messiah Magazine (messiahmagazine.org). This publication is designed to provide rich substance, meaningful Jewish contexts, cultural understanding of the teaching of Jesus, and the background of modern faith from a Messianic Jewish perspective. Messiah Podcast theme music provided with permission by Joshua Aaron Music (JoshuaAaron.tv). “Cover the Sea” Copyright WorshipinIsrael.com songs 2020. All rights reserved.
Fit to Practice with Angela Han
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From Yale to Managing Director of a leading tech platform: My guest, Hala Siraj, shares her story and insights on the joys and challenges of being a working motherin a world that expects "Women to work like they don't have children, and raise children as if they don't work" which is a recipe for Mommy guilt.Discussed in this episode:Growing up in a household where both parents worked and had high expectations for their daughter's career (2:00)The importance of having a support system when balancing motherhood and career, and letting go of the need to be perfect (5:30)Overcoming the struggle for perfection by using the "different people in the front seat of the car" analogy (11:15)Finding comfort in knowing that other successful women also struggle (14:30)Being a role model for her daughters and finding purpose in her work (16:45)Opinions on co-parenting and the challenges of balancing responsibilities (19:00)Experiencing guilt and pressure to fulfill the expectation of being a "perfect" mother, can cause Hala to stay up all night after missing a playdate to exercise (21:40)How Hala's previous job in investment banking prepared her for her current role (25:45)Dealing with doubts and stereotypes as a young female managing director (30:30)Connect with Hala:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/halagrams/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y%3D LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hala-s-273a1737/ Email: email@example.com Let's connect!FacebookInstagramTwitterLinkedInWebsite Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dr. Charles Dyer joins Michael to discuss experiencing the land of the Book and God's perfect purpose for Israel. Links Mentioned: Experiencing The Land of The Book by Dr. Charles Dyer The Christian Travelers' Guide to The Holy Land by Dr. Charles Dyer To read the full show notes, click here.
Have you hit that point of burnout where you're wondering if it's time to head to the therapist office? Maybe the idea of therapy is scary to you and you just don't know what to expect? I know that when I first set foot in a therapist's office, I was terrified and I knew I just wanted to get help but wasn't sure what exactly to expect. You've probably been there before too and I want you to know that getting help from a licensed professional is not something to be ashamed of. It's understandable to feel nervous or apprehensive about seeking help from a therapist, but it's important to recognize that therapy can be an incredibly powerful tool in managing burnout and prioritizing your mental health.In this episode, we dive into Clare's story of teacher burnout across seas, how she went from teacher to therapist and discuss topics such as the root causes of teacher burnout, the transformative power of hypnotherapy, and practical tips for finding the right therapist or practitioner for you. We also explore the symptoms of burnout that therapy can help address and provide a quick exercise to calm your nervous system right now.Clare was an Early Years teacher for 20 years. She initially taught in the UK, then in the Middle East. She suffered with chronic anxiety for years, until a family crisis pushed her over the edge and she suffered from teacher burnout. Quickly followed by a health scare. After resigning in 2020, with no clear idea of what she was going to do, apart from to try to regain her health, she realized her high stress levels had contributed to her health crisis and this led her to train to be a Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapist and Mindfulness Coach. She actually used all the skills she learned on herself first! She is now happy and healthy, and supports and teaches others how to transform their mental and physical health and well-being through her signature 1:1 program, “The Shift”.HEAD OVER TO THE SHOW NOTES: teachingmindbodyandsoul.com/episode50
You can't use math alone to arrive at faith. Compared to other disciplines, math is the simplest. By their very nature, questions in science and math are less messy, yielding more accurate solutions, whereas ideas in the humanities are more complicated, resulting in less precision. (See this OpEd)The “cowboy atheist” looks at the cold, dark universe and tries to make sense of it without God. By contrast, the biblical Christian humbly gives honor to the complexity of the cosmos – and the God behind it all.Far better than any other religion, the Christian faith can be defended through the lens of complex disciplines such as literature, history, and philosophy. For example, historically the Jews were looking for a Messiah who would restore the temple, establish shalom, and defeat his enemies. Jesus did none of these in the near term, and yet was considered to be the Messiah after his death. The only possible solution is that Jesus really did rise from the dead.At the end of the day, we've all tried to fly our lives on a worldview “airplane” – whether that's Christianity, Buddhism, secular humanism, or something else. We all have a scaffolding for faith, and Christianity makes the most sense. It is worthy of our time and energy to pursue the God of the Bible.
Jesus talks about the Spirit of Truth - The Holy Spirit How spiritual warfare may play a role in your life Praying to the Holy Spirit for peace Why you may not be experiencing the peace God gives Jenn tells about some ways she experiences spiritual warfare in her day-to-day life Don't go away yet! Also check out these other P40 websites: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hnh-aqfg8rw Website - https://www.p40ministries.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/p40ministries Contact - firstname.lastname@example.org Books - https://www.amazon.com/Jenn-Kokal/e/B095JCRNHY/ref=aufs_dp_fta_dsk Merch Store - https://www.p40ministries.com/shop
Heavenly Foods - Local Conferences
Speaker: Albert Lim, Scripture Reading: Phil. 1:19-26; 4:22; Isa. 43:7; 1 Cor. 10:31; Rom. 11:36; John 17:22, Subject: KNOWING, EXPERIENCING, AND LIVING THE ALL-INCLUSIVE CHRIST FOR THE GENUINE CHURCH LIFE. Source: Paris, France.
Over 34 years ago, Papa John built his small business into a successful multinational corporation, with over 5,200 stores worldwide, making him the perfect example of achieving the American Dream. As a passion-driven entrepreneur, John regularly comments on a wide range of issues affecting small businesses that are under siege from labor shortages, inflation, and government overreach. Many of Papa John's followers engage with his posts seeking a “Papa bless.” In this episode, Brad and Papa John discuss starting his pizza business and his future endeavors. Bombs: Relationships provide for joy and happiness, especially if it's within yourself. Experiencing what it's like to fail can show you the steps to take to be successful. If you want to change the world, start with yourself Persistence and tenacity will beat genius and talent every time.
Heavenly Foods - Local Conferences
Speaker: Albert Lim, Scripture Reading: Deut. 8:7-10; 12:6-7, 11-12, 18, Subject: KNOWING, EXPERIENCING, AND LIVING THE ALL-INCLUSIVE CHRIST FOR THE GENUINE CHURCH LIFE. Source: Paris, France.
Heavenly Foods - Local Conferences
Speaker: Rick Scatterday, Scripture Reading: Col. 3:15-16; 4:2, Subject: KNOWING, EXPERIENCING, AND LIVING THE ALL-INCLUSIVE CHRIST FOR THE GENUINE CHURCH LIFE. Source: Paris, France.
Woodlands Church with Kerry Shook
The Power To Change Part Three of Series: Now Or Never – Experiencing The Change You've Been Waiting For April 29th - 30th, 2023 - Dr. Paul Looney God comforts the troubled, and He troubles the comfortable. We must get real in order to heal. Through grief, we find grace. In grieving, we grow. By grieving, we gain God. By grieving, we gain God. Through grief, we are equipped to give. How to grieve well Feel your feelings. Make time to grieve. Reach out for support. Get real with God. Ride with the waves and swing back to shore. Let grief help you grow. Scriptures: Matthew 5:4, 2 Corinthians 1:3-5, Job 42:5, Psalm 34:18, 2 Corinthians 12:7-10, Psalms 63:1, I Corinthians 6:13, Romans 5:3,4, Psalms 56:8 Topics: Healing, Faith, Trust
Heavenly Foods - Local Conferences
Speaker: Rick Scatterday, Scripture Reading: Eph. 3:8, 14-18; Phil. 3:3-16; Col. 1:15-18; 3:10-11, Subject: KNOWING, EXPERIENCING, AND LIVING THE ALL-INCLUSIVE CHRIST FOR THE GENUINE CHURCH LIFE. Source: Paris, France.
The Perfectly Imperfect Podcast with Kelly Lynn Adams | Personal Development | Confidence & Worthiness | Success | Mindset
Have you ever experienced heartbreak or even any challenging moment that knocked you off your feet unexpectedly? In this episode I am sharing 5 things I did to help me manage my emotions and state while creating and having the best year professionally eventhough my personal life was a mess. I would love to hear your biggest takeaway.
@taylorawelch shares insights on how to determine if you are on the right path in life. He explains that periods of rapid growth and achievement are often accompanied by turbulence and resistance, and provides four key signs that indicate you are in a growth season and headed in the right direction.IF you enjoyed the show please leave us a review to help push this message to more listeners around the world!Please visit Taylorawelch.com to access all of Taylor's socials and content Text Taylor: 615-326-5037Chapters: (00:39) Growth is often painful(01:45) Things seem to break all around you(03:00) Called to on the inside.(04:23) Isolated or disconnected(05:10) Experiencing intense emotions(06:08) Indications that you are heading in the right direction
Ron Visser — Message from the 2023 Falls Baptist Church Men's Retreat at Camp Joy
As the economy is changing, what challenges are business owners facing right now? What's the solution to come out on top? Our special guest, Brandon McCurdy with Sharper Business Solutions, will share what has helped hundreds of entrepreneurs succeed in the current market. He shares how they guide businesses through five phases and the three common pitfalls they should completely avoid. Brandon also explains the role of flexibility and innovation as messaging and marketing styles change as time pass by.
Troy Hadeed was born in Trinidad, wrote his first letter to the editor at 10, has taught yoga internationally for over 15 years, and has founded several successful businesses, including a hemp store, a waste oil recycling business and a yoga studio. Meditation Podcast Social Media / Coaching My Other Podcasts + Donations https://bio.link/podcaster Store https://www.podpage.com/meditation-podcast/store/ Donations https://www.podpage.com/meditation-podcast/support/ ==================== Bio of Troy: Troy Hadeed was born in Trinidad, wrote his first letter to the editor at 10, has taught yoga internationally for over 15 years, and has founded several successful businesses, including a hemp store, a waste oil recycling business and a yoga studio. He has walked coast-to-coast across central America, navigated the world on a ship, spent prolonged periods in silence and darkness, and is continuously seeking to make sense of the human experience. In all things, Troy hopes that his life will assist others in rediscovering a relationship with the God of their understanding while inspiring people to embody more compassion, understanding, and love. What we Discussed: - Writing a letter to Bush, Saddam & Gorbachev at 10 yrs - His Yoga Journey - Understanding the Belly breath - Experiencing a Silent Retreat - Darkness Retreat - Releasing the Ego - Mindful Eating - His future Book 'Popcorn in my Pocket' (Name might change) - Having a Relationship with your Mind - Understand yourself to connect with God or divine intelligence - The meaning to his Tattoos and more How to Contact Troy: Troy Hadeed Website https://troyhadeed.com/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/troyhadeed/?hl=en Facebook https://www.facebook.com/troyhadeedofficial/ You tube https://www.youtube.com/@troyhadeed5915 Online Yoga Studio /BeyondYogaTv.com ( 30 day Free Trial) https://beyondyogatv.com/ Free Online Classes & Content w/ newsletter sign up https://page.co/2d8ntB Linkedin www.linkedin.com/in/troy-hadeed-love =============== More about the Meditation Podcast All Episodes can be found at www.meditationpodcast.org Store https://www.podpage.com/meditation-podcast/store/ Donations https://www.podpage.com/meditation-podcast/support/ All Social Media + Donations link linktr.ee/meditationpodcast Our Facebook Group can be found at www.facebook.com/meditationpodcast.org All my 5 Podcast or Podcast Coaching can be found at bio.link/podcaster
One in six people across the globe experiences infertility, according to a report the World Health Organization published this month.Going through fertility treatment can be a long, hard process and very costly.For the first discussion in our new series "In Good Health," we talk about what it's like to experience infertility and seek treatment for it.Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find out how to connect with us by visiting our website.