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Best podcasts about family camp

Latest podcast episodes about family camp

Holiness Preaching Online
Rev. Jerry Pascarella- “ A meeting where memories are made”

Holiness Preaching Online

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 43:58


Family Camp 2021- Sunset Hills --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/holinesspreachingonline/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/holinesspreachingonline/support

Holiness Preaching Online
Rev. Dwain Galiher- “What we can learn from a storm”

Holiness Preaching Online

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 27:22


Family Camp 2021, Sunset Hills --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/holinesspreachingonline/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/holinesspreachingonline/support

Cross Community Church of the Nazarene
July 18, 2021 - Audio

Cross Community Church of the Nazarene

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2021 42:53


Michigan District Superintendent, Rev. Brad Dyrness, Family Camp Opening Service

Mornings with Eric and Brigitte
Pure Flix Family Camp

Mornings with Eric and Brigitte

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2021 10:02


Grow closer to your family throughout the summer with Pure Flix Family Camp. Each week Pure Flix recommends a family film and offers entertaining family activities including games, movie nights, devotionals, and discussion questions proposed for you in their camp guide. Billy Hallowell, Director of Communications and Content for Pure Flix joins Mornings with Eric and Brigitte on Friday to talk about how these Family Camp activities can help families and friends enjoy the summer and have good discussions while building meaningful relationships. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God
Family Camp 2021 — July 11th AM Scotty Gibbons

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2021 42:54


Message by Scotty Gibbons at Family Camp the morning of July 11th.

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God
Family Camp 2021 — July 10th PM Scotty Gibbons

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2021 38:20


Message by Scotty Gibbons at Family Camp the evening of July 10th.

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God
Family Camp 2021 — July 9th PM Scotty Gibbons

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2021 51:51


Message by Scotty Gibbons at Family Camp the evening of July 9th.

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God
Family Camp 2021 — July 9th AM Allen Tennison

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 58:28


Message by Allen Tennison at Family Camp the morning of July 9th.

Pulpit to Pew with Brad McClure
Family Camp Overflow

Pulpit to Pew with Brad McClure

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 17:45


On this 100th episode, I'm sharing some quick thoughts on the family after our time at Family Camp!

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God
Family Camp 2021 — July 8th PM Mark Zweifel

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 60:20


Message by Mark Zweifel at Family Camp the evening of July 8th.

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God
Family Camp 2021 — July 8th AM Allen Tennison

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 54:01


Message by Allen Tennison at Family Camp the morning of July 8th.

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God
Family Camp 2021 — July 7th PM Mark Zweifel

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 49:11


Message by Mark Zweifel at Family Camp the evening of July 7th.

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God
Family Camp 2021 — July 7th AM Allen Tennison

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021 57:04


Message by Allen Tennison at Family Camp the morning of July 7th.

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God
Family Camp 2021 — July 6th PM Mark Zweifel

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021 50:29


Message by Mark Zweifel at Family Camp the evening of July 6th.

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God
Family Camp 2021 — July 6th AM Allen Tennison

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 47:46


Message by Allen Tennison at Family Camp the morning of July 6th.

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God
Family Camp 2021 — July 5th PM Mark Zweifel

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 56:13


Message by Mark Zweifel at Family Camp the evening of July 5th.

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God
Family Camp 2021 — July 5th AM Allen Tennison

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 45:04


Message by Allen Tennison at Family Camp the morning of July 5th.

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God
Family Camp 2021 — July 4th PM Doug Clay

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2021 31:06


Message by Doug Clay at Family Camp the evening of July 4th.

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God
Family Camp 2021 — July 4th AM Doug Clay

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2021 47:21


Message by Doug Clay at Family Camp the morning of July 4th.

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God
Family Camp 2021 — July 3rd PM Doug Clay

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2021 54:46


Message by Doug Clay at Family Camp the evening of July 3rd.

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God
Family Camp 2021 — July 3rd AM Doug Clay

Minnesota District Council Assemblies of God

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2021 41:10


Message by Doug Clay at Family Camp the morning of July 3rd.

Why or Why Not with the Watsons
4 Reasons Why Family Camp Is For You

Why or Why Not with the Watsons

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2021 32:07


Don't judge too quickly! How often do you take your entire family to camp? We know it's important to connect, but how often does it truly happen? In this episode, The Watson's share when they intentionally got away with their family and connected—and why you should look into family camp to connect with your family more than ever. Learn more about Family Camp at www.pinecove.com

Okie Show Show
FAITH-BASED FILMMAKING w/ Behold Motion Pictures (Where Was God?, Skit Guys, Family Camp)

Okie Show Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 59:51


Think appealing to your audience is tough? Today we take a look back at our conversation with filmmakers Brian Cates and Adam Carter, the original duo that brought Behold Motion Pictures to life. They produce content for the world of church-based audiences, and it's a fascinatingly complicated mine field to tackle. With so many different denominations out there, how do you create clean content (an admirable challenge in itself) that will appeal to ALL of them? Keep an eye out for Behold Motion Pictures' upcoming feature film, Family Camp, coming out later this year! ***************************************************************** https://my.captivate.fm/www.okieshowshow.com (www.okieshowshow.com) https://my.captivate.fm/www.youtube.com/okieshowshow (www.youtube.com/okieshowshow) @okieshowshow Become a patron and help us make the show! Go to https://my.captivate.fm/www.patreon.com/okieshowshow (www.patreon.com/okieshowshow) Support this podcast

Cornerstone Truth
Sunday Morning Assembly 4/18 with Kirk Parks

Cornerstone Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2021 32:23


This morning we have a special guest preacher Kirk Parks. He will be giving a follow up from his Family Camp 2021 Sermon.

Grace Christian Church Sermons
2021.04.02 Mike Peautagitama (Good Friday: The Story of the Blood of the Lamb)

Grace Christian Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2021 26:14


Welcome to GCC's Family Camp for 2021. After a year filled with worry, separation & social isolation, it was truly a blessing to spend 5 days at Stanwell Tops as a church family. For those at the camp, it was a blessing to sing, fellowship, pray, and invest into each other over the weekend. For those unable to attend, may you be blessed with watching the teaching sessions of our our camp speaker Mike Peautagitama. Mike has known Ps. Joe for thirty years and lives in Bendigo, Victoria. And today, gives us a message on the Blood of the Lamb... its relevance, its importance, and its significance to us as Gods people.

Not the Pastor
DIY Camp with Darrin Goodrick

Not the Pastor

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2021 32:39


Darrin Goodrick, pastor of Yaquina Bay Baptist Church in Newport, Oregon, talks to us about running your own week of camp. Join the conversation on our Facebook pageEmail us at notthepastorpodcast@gmail.comFind more from Nathan Auxer at nathanauxer.comMusic:Inspiring Advertising by Rafael KruxLink: https://filmmusic.io/song/5515-inspiring-advertising-License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Rockport Baptist Church
The Faithfulness of God

Rockport Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2020 38:00


The final message from this year's Family Camp. Scott Lee tells us about God's Faithfulness as our Refuge from Psalm 46.

Confidence on SermonAudio
The Faithfulness of God

Confidence on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2020 38:00


A new MP3 sermon from Rockport Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Faithfulness of God Subtitle: Family Camp 2020 Speaker: Scott Lee Broadcaster: Rockport Baptist Church Event: Camp Meeting Date: 9/27/2020 Bible: Psalm 46 Length: 38 min.

Rockport Baptist Church
The Nearness of God

Rockport Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2020 35:00


In this first message from our Family Camp, Warren tells us how we take refuge in the nearness of God.

Discouragement on SermonAudio
Enduring through Discouragement

Discouragement on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2020 44:00


A new MP3 sermon from Sojourn Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Enduring through Discouragement Subtitle: Family Camp 2020 Speaker: Michael McKelvie Broadcaster: Sojourn Baptist Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 9/5/2020 Bible: Romans 15:4 Length: 44 min.

ONE TAKE with JESS
Jon Bell, Bell Law Group and Jess impart IMPORTANT INFO to help you avoid or win a lawsuit

ONE TAKE with JESS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2020 65:48


Jon Bell, Bell Law Group and Jess impart IMPORTANT INFO to help you avoid or win a lawsuit. I'm sure you will take action as a business owner after listening to Jon talk about accessibility laws and how businesses are 100% liable for violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act - Title III. Be prepared to ensure that your store, your website, and even your gift cards are not in violation of the ADA before it cost you dearly in claims and legal fees. We also talk about age discrimination, anti-retaliation, sexual-harassment, and super important compensation info about hiring a NANNY (hint: they should be paid an 'hourly' wage and hours are to be documented with sign in / sign out sheets. So much more helpful info about this since many people are not handling this correctly and are leaving themselves very exposed to large lawsuits. Lastly, we talk about FUN at Family Camp!!

Soul Path Parenting
14: Beautiful Buddhist-Inspired Approaches to Nurturing and Guiding Children -- Steve Sachs, Alaya Preschool

Soul Path Parenting

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2020 69:34


Hello friends! This is the last week of repeats. We are back from our time off with family and busy cooking up exciting new content for you! In the meanwhile, we hope you enjoy one more of our favorite episodes from the early days of the podcast....------------In this episode we talk with Steve Sachs, the co-director of Alaya Preschool, which draws on the wisdom of the Shambhala Buddhist tradition to inspire its approach to early childhood education. Steve has been an educator for 40 years and has wonderful insights and inspiration to share from his time at Alaya, 24 years in Montessori, and experience teaching in the Early Childhood Education program at Naropa University. He’s also a co-director of Family Camp at the Shambhala Mountain Center.In this episode, we talk about:Meeting each child in the present momentHow to handle big emotionsCultivating connection, kindness, self-acceptance, and non-competitionAnd a wonderful practice for handle the situation when child has hurt another child in some way that has been transformative in our household.I found this conversation so inspiring…and I hope you do too!

Scripture Unleashed
2020 NDUPC District Family Camp

Scripture Unleashed

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2020 1:18


We just finished a fantastic week of Family Camp here in the North Dakota district. And because of this we did not have the time to properly study for Week 30, nor did we have time to edit Week 29. So Week 29 will come out next week and we will be combining Weeks 30 and 31 to air the the week following, just to catch up. In the mean while you can head over to the North Dakota district UPC website, link below, to listen to the amazing messages that we got to hear all last week. We were blessed to have Bro. Andrew Romine, from O’Fallon, Illinois, as our day speaker and Bro. Bill Hobson, from St. Louis, Missouri, as our night speaker. You will surely be blessed by the messages brought forth by these two great men. We look forward to having you with us next week. God bless!! NDUPC Website --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scriptureunleashed/message

Narcolepsy 360
Narcolepsy 360: Shannon Burkoth

Narcolepsy 360

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2020 35:17


Shannon Burkoth is a person with narcolepsy, mother, and narcolepsy advocate in the rare disease space. In this episode, Shannon shares how she was diagnosed with narcolepsy when she turned 30, but since then has realized she experienced narcolepsy symptoms since she was a child. Shannon also offers her journey to finding the right doctor and medication. She highlights how people with narcolepsy often deal with multiple comorbid issues which can be exacerbated with the wrong medication. Shannon also shares her journey to becoming a narcolepsy and rare disease advocate. She highlights the grief experience after being diagnosed and no longer able to do the activities she once enjoyed. Through conferences, meeting other advocates, and participating in the Rising Voices of Narcolepsy program, Shannon is empowered to share her story to educate and create awareness. Shannon thank you for your advocacy! You can follow Shannon at @shannon.burkoth on Instagram and @sburkoth on Facebook. You can learn more about Shannon’s advocacy work at shannonburkoth.com. Shannon says, “I want all people with narcolepsy to know they are not alone and there is an incredible community waiting to embrace them!” Shannon recommends Project Sleep’s Rising Voices of Narcolepsy program, Wake Up Narcolepy’s Online Support Groups, Narcolepsy 360 podcast, Wake Up Narcolepy’s Family Camp for CWN and Narcolepsy Network Annual Patient Conference. You can follow us at @narcolepsy_360 on Instagram, @wakeupnarcolepsy on Instagram and Facebook and @wakenarcolepsy on Twitter. Let us know your thoughts about this episode by using the hashtag #narcolepsy360 and please rate and review us on Apple Podcasts.

Fancy Free Podcast
51. Katy Epling Draws a Crowd & Fire Truck at the Grocery Store

Fancy Free Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2020 37:12


Writer and speaker Katy Epling tells us how she drew a crowd including a fire truck, at the grocery store. She has a couple other hilarious mom stories. She is loving The Holy Post Podcast Knowing Faith Podcast Her best advice is to give others the benefit of the doubt. Katy is a writer and speaker in Northeast Ohio, and she LOVEs to encourage women that God has a purpose and a plan for them right where they are. Almost 10 years ago, God gave her Joey, their sweet little guy with an extra chromosome (Down syndrome), and one day God told her so very clearly that he had created Joey exactly as he is, on purpose and for a purpose. And when she realized that was true for her, too, it was a game changer! Her husband Jon and she have been married for 19 years and have three kids, Grace, Matt, and Joey. She loves reading, cooking, and theoretical coffee--which means she likes the IDEA of getting coffee with friends but actually hates coffee. So she's a Chai snob. ;-) Check out Katy's website, Katy Epling. Find Katy on Facebook and Instagram. Show Info: Find out more about Family Camp in my guest interview on this episode of This Travel Tribe! Check out today's episode of the YA Book Chat to hear my interview with Leah Stuhler about Stepsister by Jennifer Donnely. Join Fancy Free's private Facebook Group! It's so much fun! The question of the week is "Have you ever had an encounter with a fire engine?" Click the Subscribe button so you don't miss a single episode! Leave a rating and written review! I will be forever grateful!!! If you have your own not-so-fancy story to tell, email me at notfancy@fancyfreepodcast.com! Do it. It'll be fun! The best way to help Fancy Free reach more listeners is to tell a friend about it. Share the laughter! Wednesday we feature Jen Fulwiler telling us why she was caught undressing and photographing Barbie dolls. Season 2 will be a rap after the next episode. We will be back July 7th! Thanks so much for listening, have a great week, and remember NO ONE is as fancy as they look! ~Joanne  

FamilyLife Today®
A Camp With a Purpose

FamilyLife Today®

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2020 29:41


Susan Yates, author of "Cousin's Camp," and her husband, John, wanted a way they could invest in their grandchildren and strengthen the relationships between cousins. With that, Cousin's Camp was born. Yates talks about the little things that are big helps in making the camp run smoothly, such as posting a daily schedule, keeping food simple, and enlisting older kids to help with the younger children. Preparing ahead and being intentional help to make camp days a success. Show Notes and Resources Download "Camp at Home: 100 Practical Ideas for Families" from Susan Yates' book Cousin Camp.  https://www.familylife.com/camp-at-home-ideas/ Find resources from this podcast at https://shop.familylife.com/Products.aspx?categoryid=95. Check out all that's available on the FamilyLife Podcast Network.  https://www.familylife.com/familylife-podcast-network/ Have the FamilyLife Today® podcast and resources helped you?  Consider becoming a Legacy Partner, a monthly supporter of FamilyLife. https://www.familylife.com/legacy

FamilyLife Today®
Time for Camp!

FamilyLife Today®

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2020 29:03


Author and speaker Susan Yates and her husband, John, who are parents of five adult children, have been hosting their grandchildren at Cousin's Camp each summer for over a decade, And they say, the memories they've made have been worth the effort. Desiring that all the cousins (21 total) would get to know each other, the Yates began hosting the week-long family camp at their farm. And now it's one of their favorite family traditions. Yates offers some simple, practical tips for hosting your own family camp. Show Notes and Resources Download "Camp at Home: 100 Practical Ideas for Families" from Susan Yates' book Cousin Camp.  https://www.familylife.com/camp-at-home-ideas/ Find resources from this podcast at https://shop.familylife.com/Products.aspx?categoryid=95. Check out all that's available on the FamilyLife Podcast Network.  https://www.familylife.com/familylife-podcast-network/ Have the FamilyLife Today® podcast and resources helped you?  Consider becoming a Legacy Partner, a monthly supporter of FamilyLife. https://www.familylife.com/legacy

The Widowed Parent Podcast
Tamarack's Dr. Tina Barrett on Mother's & Father's Days and outdoor grief support programs [ENCORE EPISODE - WPP070]

The Widowed Parent Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2020 69:43


ENCORE EPISODE - originally published May 8, 2019 "As activities or writing projects come up, gift-making for parents around these days, we can help prepare our children for what is the language you want to share. And even help a child come to an understanding that, yep, you've still got a mom, your mom's not walking on the earth, that her body has stopped working. She died. And it's okay to honor that she's your mom, and what she looked like, and how darn much she loved you, and that she really liked Skittles and daisies and whatever it might be, that you all used to sing this one song together. It's okay to still call her your mom and it's okay that you cry when those activities come up and it's okay to make her a card, and it's okay to include her in pictures where you're drawing a family picture. In the same way any of us claim relationships, you can still claiming these relationships. It's still your relationship." - Dr. Tina Barrett I had such a great discussion with Dr. Tina Barrett of Montana's Tamarack Grief Resource Center for this episode. Tina is a nationally recognized specialist in outdoor-based grief support programs. She co-founded Tamarack, and has run grief programs and camps for over 20 years. With Mother's Day and Father's Day right around the corner, I invited Tina to speak with us about ideas for approaching these holidays, and so much more. We talked about: Tina's dissertation and research findings on how outdoor-based grief support can be beneficial for grieving youth and adults; Programs offered by the Tamarack Grief Resource Center, including grief groups, youth overnight and day camps, Women's Rendezvous, Men's Retreat, and Family Camp; Why both Father's Day and Mother's Day might be hard, whether it's mom or dad who died; Practical ideas for honoring Mother's Day and Father's Day, whether you have young children or teens; Tips on approaching school activities around Mother's / Father's Day, such as writing assignments and art projects; Different grief styles, and how important it is to understand and recognize that people, including kids, grieve in different ways; and The difference between self-care and self-indulgence. I hope you enjoy my discussion with Dr. Tina Barrett.

Soul Path Parenting
14: Beautiful Buddhist-Inspired Approaches to Nurturing and Guiding Children -- Steve Sachs, Alaya Preschool

Soul Path Parenting

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2020 69:34


In this episode we talk with Steve Sachs, the co-director of Alaya Preschool, which draws on the wisdom of the Shambhala Buddhist tradition to inspire its approach to early childhood education. Steve has been an educator for 40 years and has wonderful insights and inspiration to share from his time at Alaya, 24 years in Montessori, and experience teaching in the Early Childhood Education program at Naropa University. He’s also a co-director of Family Camp at the Shambhala Mountain Center.In this episode, we talk about:Meeting each child in the present momentHow to handle big emotionsCultivating connection, kindness, self-acceptance, and non-competitionAnd a wonderful practice for handle the situation when child has hurt another child in some way that has been transformative in our household.I found this conversation so inspiring…and I hope you do too!

Skit Guys Podcast
The One Where We Talk About the Movie

Skit Guys Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2020 38:39


It's the episode you've been waiting for! Listen as Tommy and Eddie share the story of their upcoming movie, Family Camp. You'll hear about the delays, detours, and dead-ends they've encountered as they've dreamed about making a movie over the years, and the exciting plans for the movie they're finally filming this year!

Skit Guys Podcast
The One Where We Talk About the Movie

Skit Guys Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2020 38:39


It's the episode you've been waiting for! Listen as Tommy and Eddie share the story of their upcoming movie, Family Camp. You'll hear about the delays, detours, and dead-ends they've encountered as they've dreamed about making a movie over the years, and the exciting plans for the movie they're finally filming this year!

Providence Reformed Church Las Vegas Sermons
God Our Refuge (PRC Family Camp Message) -- Psalm 46

Providence Reformed Church Las Vegas Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2019 31:48


Sunday Morning message from 2015 Family Camp by Pastor Travis Peterson. Not: this was recorded outdoors.

Real Life Adoption
It’s Definitely a Safe Place for Everyone

Real Life Adoption

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2019 40:00


Every August, a group of adoptive families gathers at the Sun Lakes Resort in Central Washington. There’s a full slate of activities for all ages – fishing, paddle-boarding, mini-golf, and water wars. But mainly, Adoption Family Camp is a place to relax. Kids don’t need to explain why they look different from their parents. Parents don’t need to worry about second looks from strangers. Everyone gets it. Real Life Adoption host Kristin Kalning took her recording gear to Family Camp this year, to learn why this place, and this community is so important to the people who keep coming back, year after year.  https://www.reallifeadoption.com/

Grace Community Trenton
Unity (Family Camp 2019)

Grace Community Trenton

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2019 37:22


Ephesians 2:11-22 // Pastor Hutch preaches on the unifying power of the gospel at our annual Family Camp

Woodlands Church with Kerry Shook
Family Foundation - Family Camp - Part 5

Woodlands Church with Kerry Shook

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2019 46:04


1. I WON’T COMPROMISE MY INTEGRITY; I’LL LIVE IN TRUTH. 2. I WON’T FIGHT TO WIN; I’LL FIGHT TO CONNECT. 3. I WON’T DISMISS YOUR FEELINGS; I’LL VALUE YOUR FEELINGS. 4. I WON’T BE STUBBORN; I’LL BE CONSTANTLY GROWING. 5. I WON’T HOLD ON TO HURTS; I’LL CHOOSE FORGIVENESS. 6. I WON’T HIDE MY STRUGGLES; I’LL LIVE IN GENUINE GRACE. Scripture: Proverbs 24:3, James 3:13-18, 1 John 4:18, Ephesians 4:31-32, Proverbs 28:13, Psalm 111:10a  Topics: Integrity, Forgiveness, Grace, Family Camp 

The Clergy Suite Podcast by Temple Isaiah
[Clergy Suite] Everything I Needed To Know I Learned On The Job

The Clergy Suite Podcast by Temple Isaiah

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2019 22:12


Rabbis Frimmer and Klein Miles discuss a provocative article from The New York Jewish Week, “20 Years In The Rabbinate: ‘They Didn't Teach Me This In Rabbinical School'”, about the state of synagogues, rabbinic leadership and the ever-changing and challenging nature of Jewish communities. Tune in to hear what Isaiah clergy learned (and missed out on) in rabbinical school. Why do people join Isaiah? What do they expect from their clergy and community? Links for Soundcloud: Article: https://tinyurl.com/y5v489gx Dara's Short & Sweet from Family Camp: https://tinyurl.com/yyyl8egc Links for Podcast Apps: 20 Years In The Rabbinate: ‘They Didn't Teach Me This In Rabbinical School' by Rabbi Elliot Cosgrove. Link to Dara's Short & Sweet from Family Camp.

Woodlands Church with Kerry Shook
Leadership Trail Guide - Family Camp - Part 4

Woodlands Church with Kerry Shook

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2019 50:57


Pastor: Mark Miller 1. I don’t know everything. 2. I can’t do everything. 3. Help can come from anywhere. 4. Obedience and humility are the keys. Scripture: Ephesians 4:1-3, 2 Chronicles 1:8-10, Exodus 18:17-18, 1 Corinthians 1:27, Philippians 2:5-8 Topics: Leadership, Humility, Obedience, Family Camp

Woodlands Church with Kerry Shook
Packing List - Family Camp - Part 3

Woodlands Church with Kerry Shook

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2019 51:13


Pastor: Chris Shook 1. PACK MORE SMALL TRADITIONS AND LESS BIG OCCASIONS. 2. PACK MORE TOGETHERNESS AND LESS PERFECTION. 3. PACK MORE QUESTIONS AND LESS ASSUMPTIONS. 4. PACK MORE TREASURE AND LESS TRINKETS. 5. PACK MORE GRACE AND LESS JUDGEMENT.  Scripture: Romans 12:1-2, Deuteronomy 6:6-7, 1 Peter 4:8, James 1:5, Romans 1:21-23, Ephesians 4:31-32, 2 Corinthians 4:16-18  Topics: Traditions, Priorities, Grace, Family Camp 

The Widowed Parent Podcast
WPP 023: Tamarack's Dr. Tina Barrett on Mother's & Father's Days and outdoor grief support programs

The Widowed Parent Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2019 59:36


"As activities or writing projects come up, gift-making for parents around these days, we can help prepare our children for what is the language you want to share. And even help a child come to an understanding that, yep, you've still got a mom, your mom's not walking on the earth, that her body has stopped working. She died. And it's okay to honor that she's your mom, and what she looked like, and how darn much she loved you, and that she really liked Skittles and daisies and whatever it might be, that you all used to sing this one song together. It's okay to still call her your mom and it's okay that you cry when those activities come up and it's okay to make her a card, and it's okay to include her in pictures where you're drawing a family picture. In the same way any of us claim relationships, you can still claiming these relationships. It's still your relationship." - Dr. Tina Barrett I had such a great discussion with Dr. Tina Barrett of Montana's Tamarack Grief Resource Center for this episode. Tina is a nationally recognized specialist in outdoor-based grief support programs. She co-founded Tamarack, and has run grief programs and camps for over 20 years. With Mother's Day and Father's Day right around the corner, I invited Tina to speak with us about ideas for approaching these holidays, and so much more. We talked about: Tina's dissertation and research findings on how outdoor-based grief support can be beneficial for grieving youth and adults; Programs offered by the Tamarack Grief Resource Center, including grief groups, youth overnight and day camps, Women's Rendezvous, Men's Retreat, and Family Camp; Why both Father's Day and Mother's Day might be hard, whether it's mom or dad who died; Practical ideas for honoring Mother's Day and Father's Day, whether you have young children or teens; Tips on approaching school activities around Mother's / Father's Day, such as writing assignments and art projects; Different grief styles, and how important it is to understand and recognize that people, including kids, grieve in different ways; and The difference between self-care and self-indulgence. I hope you enjoy my discussion with Dr. Tina Barrett.

Woodlands Church with Kerry Shook
Climbing Partners - Family Camp - Part 2

Woodlands Church with Kerry Shook

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2019 49:05


The Mountain of Misunderstanding The Mountain of “Me First” The Mountain of Mistakes  Scripture: Matthew 5:1-10, Genesis 2:25, Genesis 3:9-10, Ephesians 4:32, John 8:32, 1 John 3:16  Topics: Beatitudes, Family Camp