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The WorldView in 5 Minutes
Dept. of Justice arrested two pro-abortion vandals, 100,000 Armenian Christians facing genocide, The monarch butterfly reflects God's creativity

The WorldView in 5 Minutes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023


It's Thursday, January 26th, A.D. 2023. This is The Worldview in 5 Minutes heard at www.TheWorldview.com. I'm Adam McManus. (Adam@TheWorldview.com) By Jonathan Clark 100,000 Armenian Christians facing genocide Over 100,000 Armenian Christians are facing a humanitarian crisis in Nagorno-Karabakh, a landlocked region between Armenia and Azerbaijan. Last month, Azerbaijani protestors blocked the only road into the region, cutting off the area from food, supplies, and medicine. Christian aid and humanitarian organizations signed a joint statement of concern, warning conditions are now present for genocide. The statement said, “The current Azerbaijani aggression against the Armenians of Nagorno Karabakh conforms to a long pattern of ethnic and religious cleansing of Armenian and other Christian communities in the region.” Japan facing population crisis Japan's prime minister issued a dire warning to the country's lawmakers on Monday regarding their population crisis. Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said it is “Now or never when it comes to policies regarding births and child-rearing. … Japan is standing on the verge of whether we can continue to function as a society.” Japan has the second highest proportion of people aged 65 or older of any country in the world. And their births last year fell below 800,000 for the first time. Kishida hopes to double funding for child-related programs as the nation of 125 million faces demographic decline. Psalm 127:3-5 says, “Children are a heritage from the Lord, offspring a reward from Him. Like arrows in the hands of a warrior are children born in one's youth. Blessed is the man whose quiver is full of them.” Canada drops charges against pastor who held “drive-in” services during COVID lockdown Last Monday, prosecutors in Canada dropped charges against an Ontario pastor for holding worship services during COVID-19 lockdowns. Pastor Henry Hildebrandt led his congregation in drive-in services during a stay-at-home period in 2021. Police gave him an $800 ticket, claiming he did not have the right to do this despite there being exceptions for drive-in religious services. Hildebrandt said, “There comes a time when we as Christians have to stand for what is right regardless if it is popular.” Acts 5:29 says, “We must obey God rather than men.” Connection between decline in church attendance and despair deaths The National Bureau of Economic Research released a new study on the connection between declining American church attendance and despair deaths. Deaths by drugs, alcohol, and suicide are known as deaths of despair. The researchers wrote, “We show that the initial rise in deaths of despair in the US was preceded by a large decline in organized religious participation … states with high levels of religiosity have suffered less from mortality due to alcohol, suicides, or drug poisonings.  … The impact that we witness seems to be driven by the decline in formal religious participation. … These results underscore the importance of cultural institutions, such as religious establishments, in promoting well-being.” Dept. of Justice arrested two pro-abortion vandals The U.S. Justice Department announced yesterday it finally arrested abortion activists following hundreds of attacks on churches and pro-life centers last year. A federal grand jury indicted 27-year-old Caleb Freestone and 23-year-old Amber Smith-Stewart for vandalizing pregnancy centers in Florida. The two of them spray-painted threats on the centers including, “If abortions aren't safe, than neither are you,” “YOUR TIME IS UP!!,” and “WE'RE COMING for U.” If convicted, they could face up to 12 years in prison and fines of up to $350,000. Ecclesiastes 8:11 says, “Because the sentence against an evil deed is not executed speedily, the heart of the children of man is fully set to do evil.” The monarch butterfly reflects God's creativity Have you ever seen the tiny yet beautiful monarch butterfly and marveled at the colors and the grace of this little creature?  Kayla White, the author of the 78-page hardback entitled Melody: A Monarch Miracle, captured the dramatic transformation from caterpillar to butterfly with vivid pictures and detailed descriptions. Stay tuned for a Worldview Special Report immediately following the newscast. A slight increase in U.S. children living with married mom and dad And finally, a report from the Institute for Family Studies identified a positive trend for families following the COVID-19 pandemic. The share of children living in a married, two-parent household is up slightly. The percentage of kids living in intact families fell from over 85% in the 1960s to under 65% by the 2010s. However, that proportion has increased by about 1.5 percentage points since 2014. The report noted, “All in all, the decline in intact families in America appears to have bottomed out for now. The reasons for this are many [including] declining divorce and falling nonmarital fertility.”  Close And that's The Worldview in 5 Minutes on this Thursday, January 26th in the year of our Lord 2023. Subscribe by iTunes or email to our unique Christian newscast at www.TheWorldview.com. Or get the Generations app through Google Play or The App Store. I'm Adam McManus (Adam@TheWorldview.com). Seize the day for Jesus Christ. A Worldview Special Report: A closer look at the monarch butterfly Time now for a Worldview Special Report by Emily Munday. I'm Adam McManus Have you ever wondered how a monarch butterfly came to be? The Worldview spoke to Kayla White, the author and photographer of Melody: A Monarch Miracle about this glorious representation of God's creation. WHITE: “One of the things I learned about the wonder of who God is through writing Melody is that the Lord can create a very ‘simple' creature, yet it can confound the smartest human minds on Earth. The monarch alone displays enough of the genius of our Creator to keep men busy mining the depths of His design for literally decades. We still don't understand or know everything there is to know about the monarch!” She marvels at the intricate details which God fashioned in the monarch butterfly. WHITE: “One of my favorite surprising facts about the monarch butterfly is that parts of the butterfly such as its wings proboscis (what it uses to drink nectar), and eyes actually start growing inside the caterpillar. We call them imaginal discs at this stage, and they finish developing inside the chrysalis.” Taking the photographs of the monarch butterfly's transformation herself transformed White spiritually. WHITE: “Taking pictures of the butterflies taught me more patience—I had to wait for quite a while to get some of the pictures, especially of the butterfly emerging from the chrysalis. Taking pictures of each stage of the butterfly's lifecycle also illustrated the power of prayer to me again. “I had several friends praying for me and the chrysalis that is used in the book as I worked on getting the pictures. It only takes a few minutes for the butterfly to emerge, so I had a very short window to get good photographs. The lighting and focus must be exactly right for them to turn out well since I only had one chance!” She said that she wanted to convey the power of God to children through her documentation of this tiny butterfly with a four-inch wingspan. WHITE: “One thing I want to convey to children about God is His power to create something from nothing, to make a new creation. He is the God who works miracles. Watching the caterpillar form a chrysalis is something unlike anything I've ever seen—it literally completely changes form before your eyes, with the change being fully completed once it emerges as a butterfly. “A beautiful butterfly that flies thousands of miles and drinks nectar is so completely different from a worm that can't travel very far, inches around, and spends its whole life chewing on leaves. It really is truly a miracle.” White revealed how she captured the vivid pictures of the butterflies. WHITE: “I use a variety of methods for photographing the butterflies at the various stages of development. Most of my pictures of the egg, the larval, and the pupal stages come from raising them in captivity. I captured the caterpillar as it emerged from the egg while indoors because the egg is so small that the only possible way obtain such shots is by being in a very still environment. “I bring the caterpillars to special photography sites once they start molting or forming a chrysalis to capture those stages. The easiest way I've found to photograph the butterflies is to take a few pictures just after releasing them into the wild.” Pick up a copy of Kayla White's 78-page hardback book entitled Melody: A Monarch Miracle. It's on sale this week for $16.14. This has been a Worldview Special Report. I'm Adam McManus.

The_C.O.W.S.
The C. O. W. S. w/ Dr. Lorna Durrant: White Fathers and Their Non-White Offspring #Biracial #Jamaica

The_C.O.W.S.

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023


The Context of White Supremacy welcomes Dr. Lorna Durrant. The Assistant Professor in the School of Education and the Program Lead for the Child and Family Studies degree at the University of Tennessee Chattanooga, Dr. Durrant's research agenda includes "interracial" families, parent-child relationships, parenting education, and racial socialization. Born in St. Catherine's, Jamaica, we'll hear about her black parents's struggles with diabetes - which led to her father, Derrick Durrant, dying at the age of 56. #BlackMalePrivilege We'll discuss her fascinating research on White Fathers with non-white offspring and their alleged concerns about how their offspring will be mistreated in the System of White Supremacy. Dr. Durrant said she was motivated to explore this topic after seeing a Yahoo report with a White dad discussing his laments for his non-white son. We'll discuss the confusion around the term "biracial" and the history of White people raping black females and males. Dr. Durrant is gave a riveting explanation as to why she thinks people classified as White are more informed about White Supremacy/Racism. This led us both to re-think why a White father would be wishing for and lamenting the lack of resources for White dads with non-white children. White people display plenty initiative for practicing Racism and a wealth of other non-constructive activities. Why is it so hard for them to invest time creating resources to help their non-white children? The infamous 1967 Loving Supreme court case was mentioned also. Just as Dr. Durrant was exiting the program, Gus was physically assaulted by a random black male stranger while we were still live on air. Gus contacted security following the broadcast and made a police report. This is the second consecutive week Gus has been verbally or physically attacked during a live program. #TheCOWS13 INVEST in The COWS – http://paypal.me/TheCOWS Cash App: https://cash.app/$TheCOWS CALL IN NUMBER: 605.313.5164 CODE 564943# #Interracial

Sex and Psychology Podcast
Episode 161: Performative Sex and the Psychology of ‘Facials’

Sex and Psychology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 37:05


One of the most popular articles on the Sex and Psychology blog is about the psychology of facials, a sexual act in which one person ejaculates on another person's face. This behavior is one of many kinds of performative sexuality often seen in porn. Facials in particular have sparked a lot of debate because some people see this behavior as inherently degrading, especially when a woman is on the receiving end of it. So in today's episode, we're going to dive into the psychology of facials and performative sexuality more broadly. In addition, we'll explore how performative sex intersects with porn, sexual self-esteem, and pleasure, as well as what to do when you feel constrained by performative expectations in the bedroom. I am joined once again by Dr. Megan Maas, an assistant professor in Human Development & Family Studies at Michigan State University. Her award-winning research, recognized by the American Psychological Association, and funded by the National Institute of Health, focuses on media impacts on adolescents' sexual and mental health. Some of the topics we discuss include: How is sexual self-confidence related to both giving and receiving facials? How is porn shaping the way people approach sex? When and why did facials become so popular? How does being in an altered state (such as being under the influence of drugs or alcohol) relate to performative sex? What is the link between prior experience with sexual victimization and performative sex? How can you break free of expectations about performative sex if they're interfering with your pleasure? Be sure to check out Megan's website to learn more about her, and follow her on Twitter @MeganKMaas. Thank you to our sponsors! "Ring" in the New Year with FirmTech! FirmTech's Performance Ring is designed to boost your sexual stamina and give you harder, longer-lasting erections, while also enhancing pleasure. Their Tech Ring has the added benefit of tracking your erectile health. Visit myfirmtech.com and be sure to use my exclusive discount code Justin20 to save 20% off your purchase.  Enhance your pleasure with OMGYES! OMGYES provides super-honest videos, animations, and how-to's based on the largest research study into women's pleasure, done in partnership with the Kinsey Institute. Get 33% by visiting OMGYES.com/justin. Clinicians and therapists can get a free personal membership by visiting OMGYES.com/doctors.  *** Want to learn more about Sex and Psychology? Click here for previous articles or follow the blog on Facebook, Twitter, or Reddit to receive updates. You can also follow Dr. Lehmiller on YouTube and Instagram. Listen and stream all episodes on Apple, Spotify, Google, or Amazon. Subscribe to automatically receive new episodes and please rate and review the podcast! Credits: Precision Podcasting (Podcast editing) and Shutterstock/Florian (Music). Image created with Canva; photos used with permission of guest.

Sex and Psychology Podcast
Episode 159: ‘Slut Pages’ and Revenge Porn

Sex and Psychology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 36:50


As many as 1 in 3 college students in the United States may be participating in “slut pages." Slut pages are part of a digital underground world in which nude or partially nude photos and videos of women are shared without their consent. These pages are sometimes a form of revenge porn, but they can also be a twisted game in which people are awarded points for obtaining nude photos of specific women. So how common are slut pages? Why do people participate in them? And how can we stop online sexual harassment? Let's talk about it. I am joined today by Dr. Megan Maas, an assistant professor in Human Development & Family Studies at Michigan State University. Her award-winning research, recognized by the American Psychological Association, and funded by the National Institutes of Health, focuses on media impacts on adolescents' sexual and mental health. Some of the topics we discuss include: What is a "slut page"? How are slut pages and revenge porn similar or different? How common are slut pages, and what draws people to them? Why are women sometimes active participants in the slut-shaming of other women? How does being the target of a slut page affect someone's mental health? What should someone do if they discover a slut page or revenge porn about them? And what can we do to prevent online sexual harassment? Be sure to check out Megan's website to learn more about her, and follow her on Twitter @MeganKMaas. Are you a victim of image-based sexual abuse online? Here are some organizations that may be able to help: Cyber Civil Rights Initiative Without My Consent Thank you to our sponsors! "Ring" in the New Year with FirmTech! FirmTech's Performance Ring is designed to boost your sexual stamina and give you harder, longer-lasting erections, while also enhancing pleasure. Their Tech Ring has the added benefit of tracking your erectile health. Visit myfirmtech.com and be sure to use my exclusive discount code Justin20 to save 20% off your purchase.  Enhance your pleasure with OMGYES! OMGYES provides super-honest videos, animations, and how-to's based on the largest research study into women's pleasure, done in partnership with the Kinsey Institute. Get 33% by visiting OMGYES.com/justin. Clinicians and therapists can get a free personal membership by visiting OMGYES.com/doctors.  *** Want to learn more about Sex and Psychology? Click here for previous articles or follow the blog on Facebook, Twitter, or Reddit to receive updates. You can also follow Dr. Lehmiller on YouTube and Instagram. Listen and stream all episodes on Apple, Spotify, Google, or Amazon. Subscribe to automatically receive new episodes and please rate and review the podcast! Credits: Precision Podcasting (Podcast editing) and Shutterstock/Florian (Music). Image created with Canva; photos used with permission of guest.

Professor Game Podcast | Rob Alvarez Bucholska chats with gamification gurus, experts and practitioners about education

Valeria Arellano has a degree in Education, a Master's in Family Studies and a Master's in Economics and Business. She was associate director of Financial Education at BBVA in Mexico. And she is currently the founder of AfortunadaMente where she creates financial education tools and strategies such as the AfortunadaMente board game with which she has reached more than 50,000 families in Mexico and Latin America and has won 8 international awards for innovation in its methodology and content such as the People's Choice Award at the International Business Learning Games Competition. In February 2021, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) published her project as an Innovation in Public Policy in Mexico. She is currently working with the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Economic Development, the Secretary of Finance, and the Senate, to bring financial education to more Mexicans.

Waves of Joy Podcast
59. Go from whiner to "why-ner" with Mesha McKittrick

Waves of Joy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 63:57


Ever wonder what the difference is between those who whine about things, and those who seem to be able to learn from experiences and use tough experiences to alchemize positive change? In this episode of Waves of Joy Podcast featuring Mesha McKittrick we dive into learning about mindset and how to go from a whiner to a "why-ner". Here are the takeaways... Remember there is purpose in the fog Stories from other people help us understand ourselves Small tiny shifts make a big difference There is choice in what we think and say. The choice to be positive or negative is yours Answering the question "How was your day?" can be life-changing when you make the first three things you say positive Change is the only real constant Give yourself credit for what you've been through We can ask why and go from being a whiner to being a "why-ner" There is tremendous value in spending time alone Mesha is a mindset coach and creator of the podcast, Mindset Check. Through her brand My Friend Mesha, she is a Coach, Social Influencer and a Public Speaker. She graduated from ASU with a degree in Communications and an emphasis on Family Studies. Her passion is teaching people that they have more power than think they do. She believes that what matters in life is NOT what happens, what matters is what you THINK about what happens. Mesha has been married to her boyfriend for 23 years. She has 3 boys and an angel girl and she absolutely adores being their mom. She geeks out about the brain and quantum physics and loves to learn endlessly about this topic. She is a yogi inside and out and if you put on a good beat she can't help but dance! Paddle boarding and hiking add to her happiness! She knows that when we live inspired it causes us to take actions that we otherwise would not have taken. It's important for her to help others consistently take mindset checks so that they can live as their highest and best selves. Connect with Mesha Instagram https://www.instagram.com/myfriendmesha/ Her Podcast https://mindsetcheck.buzzsprout.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/myfriendmesha Her Website www.myfriendmesha.com On Youtube https://www.youtube.com/myfriendmesha Yes Academy is enrolling now and begins in early January https://www.brendawinkle.com/yes-academy-course Ignite is enrolling now and begins in spring 2023. To learn more Schedule a free information call with Brenda by clicking https://calendly.com/brendawinkle/enrollment-call Healing Sessions https://www.brendawinkle.com/theta Coaching Sessions https://www.brendawinkle.com/coaching Free Clarity Call to Chat with or Meet Brenda - schedule here https://calendly.com/brendawinkle/clarity Feel Better Fast Guide https://www.brendawinkle.com/feelbetterfast Meditation to feel better https://www.brendawinkle.com/feelbetter Contact Brenda Website: https://www.brendawinkle.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brendawinkle/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brenda.winkle111 TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@brendawinkle111 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brenda-winkle-empowerment/ Email: brenda@brendawinkle.com

The Dr. Will Show Podcast
Dr. Will (@iamDrWill) - Welcome To Season 9

The Dr. Will Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 18:15


Will Deyamport, III, Ed.D. is a District Instructional Technologist for Hattiesburg Public School District, serving grades K 12. He is also a digital transformation strategist, writer, and podcaster. Prior to taking on a full-time instructional technology role, Dr. Will was a social media strategist for a career development company. He is best known for his work in assisting educators in going digital and has helped teachers leverage the power of technology to reimagine the learning experiences of their students. In 2016, Dr. Will was one of three educators selected as a Mississippi Spotlight Speaker at the Mississippi Educator Computing Conference and served as a Schoology Ambassador from 2015 - 2018. Dr. Will speaks and presents often at conferences about the effective use of technology in the classroom. In addition to his speaking, Dr. Will has written for Schoology Exchange, District Administration, EdSurge, iNACOL, and TechEdge magazine. He holds bachelor's degrees in Radio, TV, and Film and Child and Family Studies from The University of Southern Mississippi and a Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership and Management from Capella University. Dr. Will is the director of The Edupreneur, a documentary that explores the lives and careers of educators who have become educational consultants.

Leading Saints Podcast
How I Lead Primary in Honduras | An Interview with Karla Fonseca

Leading Saints Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 37:44


Karla Fonseca was born and raised in San Pedro Sula, the industrial capital of Honduras, in Central America. She graduated as an environmental engineer before serving in the Guatemala City Central Mission. She later earned a master's degree in Environmental Science at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), and is now a senior in Marriage and Family Studies in BYU-Idaho's online program. Karla has worked as an environmental coordinator and manager and is currently the project manager at her family's insurance business. Karla has served in Young Womens as a president, counselor, secretary, and stake Personal Progress specialist; as an Institute teacher, ward Relief Society secretary, and temple worker in Las Vegas. She has also been a stake YSA representative and historian for the regional EFY conference, and has served as stake historian for over 10 years. She currently holds three additional callings as stake self-reliance specialist, Institute teacher, and ward Primary president. She hopes to continue in Primary in her new ward as a music leader. Karla and her husband Sergio Mejia have been married eight years and have a 5-year-old son. Highlights 02:40 Introduction to Karla and her background 04:40 Karla describes the church in Honduras and ward demographics. 08:00 Ward dynamics and the challenges that it has, covering a large geographic area but with very few members 10:00 Karla's experience as primary president in Honduras. Learning on her own and as she went due to the lack of leaders in her area. 16:10 Principle one - Seek help from others Look for resources online Join Facebook groups Get help from local leaders 23:00 Principle two - Work together with the ward council. Karla shares her experience of how her ward council works together to support families. 28:00 Primary needs the help of the ward council because it's not just the kids that need support but the parents too. 29:40 Principle three - visualize the potential of the children. Karla shares a personal experience she has had with the youth. 32:30 Karla shares her mission experience in Guatemala and a lesson she learned. Seeing each person as important, even the smallest child in your ward. 34:00 Final thoughts and Karla's testimony of Jesus Christ and being a leader Links Sharla Dance: teachingprimarymusic.com Read the TRANSCRIPT of this podcast Listen on YouTube Get 14-day access to the Core Leader Library The Leading Saints Podcast has ranked in the top 20 Christianity podcasts in iTunes, gets over 500,000 listens each month, and has over 10 million total downloads as part of nonprofit Leading Saints' mission to help latter-day saints be better prepared to lead. Learn more and listen to any of the past episodes for free at LeadingSaints.org. Past guests include Emily Belle Freeman, David Butler, Hank Smith, John Bytheway, Liz Wiseman, Stephen M. R. Covey, Julie Beck, Brad Wilcox, Jody Moore, Tony Overbay, John H. Groberg, Elaine Dalton, Tad R. Callister, J. Devn Cornish, Dennis B. Neuenschwander, Anthony Sweat, John Hilton III, Barbara Morgan Gardner, Blair Hodges, Whitney Johnson, Ryan Gottfredson, Greg McKeown, DeAnna Murphy, Michael Goodman, Richard Ostler, Ganel-Lyn Condie, and many more in over 500 episodes. Discover podcasts, articles, virtual conferences, and live events related to callings such as the bishopric, Relief Society, elders quorum, Primary, youth leadership, stake leadership, ward mission, ward council, young adults, ministering, and teaching.

Stacy on the Right
Episode 822: Is welfare a deterrent to marriage? A discussion about the success of traditional living.

Stacy on the Right

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 32:41


Guest Bio Delano Squires is a research fellow in the Richard and Helen DeVos Center for Life, Religion, and Family at The Heritage Foundation. He is also a contributor to Blaze Media who writes about faith, family, and culture as well as BlazeTV's Fearless with Jason Whitlock podcast. Delano's articles and essays have been published by Newsweek, The American Conservative, The Federalist, The Institute for Family Studies, Black and Married with Kids, The Root, and The Grio. Before joining The Heritage Foundation, Delano worked for the District of Columbia government for more than a decade. During that time, he provided free technology training classes for job-seekers, ex-offenders, and senior citizens. He also created digital exploration programs for K-12 students, subsidized internet service and provided free computer repair for low-income families, and ran several citywide public awareness campaigns. ​ Buy my first book available where ever books are sold, _Eternally Cancel Proof _in paperback, or Kindle on Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/Eternally-Cancel-Proof-Courageous-Battlefront/dp/B09VWWTQFS/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1647986511&sr=8-1) or buy directly from me at my website Stacy on the Right!! (https://www.stacyontheright.com/eternallycancelproof/) • Thank you for listening! • We are live Monday through Friday from 9p to midnight eastern on SiriusXM the Patriot channel 125!!! • Thanks and God Bless you!! • -- Encouragement-- You, however, must teach what is appropriate to sound doctrine. Teach the older men to be temperate, worthy of respect, self-controlled, and sound in faith, in love and in endurance. Likewise, teach the older women to be reverent in the way they live, not to be slanderers or addicted to much wine, but to teach what is good. Then they can urge the younger women to love their husbands and children, to be self-controlled and pure, to be busy at home, to be kind, and to be subject to their husbands, so that no one will malign the word of God. Similarly, encourage the young men to be self-controlled. In everything set them an example by doing what is good. In your teaching show integrity, seriousness and soundness of speech that cannot be condemned, so that those who oppose you may be ashamed because they have nothing bad to say about us. Titus 2:1-8 -- Additional Content -- • SOTR Blog (http://www.stacyontheright.com) Download previous episodes, and more! Contact Form stacy [at] stacyontheright.com

Loving Liberty Radio Network
12-29-2022 Washington Watch Live with Tony Perkins

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 54:10


Jennifer Bauwens, FRC's Director of the Center for Family Studies, takes an analytical look at the growing problem of gender dysphoria and what is driving it. Quentin Van Meter, American College of Pediatricians President, provides a clinical look at how parents should deal with gender dysphoria. KathyGrace Duncan, Changed Movement's Director of Gender Advocacy, offers advice on how parents can respond based on her experience as someone who once lived thinking she was a man for 11 years. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

Black Mind Chronicles
Christmas Blues or Blessings

Black Mind Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 47:51


Discussion: Christmas Blues or Blessings  Still thankful after Thanksgiving?Why the woes around the holiday?State your blessingsThe meaning of ChristmasMy Guest: Sistas with Voices Nitishia Freeman-Booker & Kendria TaylorNitishia Freeman-BookerBorn and raised in Austin, Texas. Studied at the University of Texas in Arlington, receiving a BA in Psychology. She is committed to helping individuals and teams achieve and maintain work-life balance and success. She supports this mission through her intimate and transparent coaching approach in one-on-one, group, or large conference settings. Her experience includes 12 years of training and staff development and 5 years of Human Resource recruiting, onboarding, and compliance training. After 17 years in the nonprofit sector and 5 years in compliance and auditing her creativity could not be suppressed any longer. Which sparked the launch of her Creative Ideas business. Published Author of the Book: Soccer Mom https://www.amazon.com/Soccer-Mom-Nitishia-Booker-Freeman/dp/B0BLR1W6CD/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=Soccer+mom+Nitishia+books&qid=1672329418&sr=8-1Kendria TaylorCo Host of the  insightful and thought-provoking Podcast called Sisters with Voices.Founder CEO of TG8 Solution Insight   https://www.tg8solutions.com/Kendria Taylor was a Sr. Executive for almost a decade before joining JBG Success Academy, one of the nation's premier training companies as, a Senior Consultant. After working with JBG and loving the world of leadership training, she decided to launch her own company, TG8 Solutions Insight. Kendria holds a Masters in Family Studies from Amberton University and a Bachelors from the University of North Texas.Sistas with Voices Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/episode/6o0RQWjHOvexIZQIfnd1NJSupport the show

Parenting Understood
Ep. 29 [Revisited]: Self-Regulation With Dr. Clancy Blair

Parenting Understood

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 16:30


Episode 29 [Revisited]: Self-Regulation With Dr. Clancy Blair  We are thrilled to be re-releasing our episode with Dr. Clancy Blair as part of our six week series before our new launch on January 3rd. Dr. Blair is a developmental psychologist, who studies self-regulation in young children. His primary interest concerns the development of cognitive abilities, referred to as executive functions, and the ways in which these aspects of cognition are important for school readiness and early school achievement. He is also interested in the development and evaluation of preschool and elementary school curricula designed to promote executive functions as a means of preventing school failure. Prior to coming to NYU, Blair spent ten years as an Assistant and then Associate Professor in the department of Human Development and Family Studies at Penn State.  Dr. Blair spoke with us regarding self-regulation, and the different stages that can be expected in children as they age from infants to adolescents. We will also explored the ways in which the environment can impact self-regulation, and how parents can utilize different strategies for trying to best promote positive self-regulation. If you would like to learn more about the work of Dr. Blair, you can visit his Google Scholar page at https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=duCRaqgAAAAJ&hl=en

On Campus - with CITI Program
Food and Housing Insecurity: Higher Education - On Campus Podcast

On Campus - with CITI Program

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 12:30


Mary Haskett, Ph.D. is a professor in the Department of Psychology at North Carolina State University (NC State) where she directs the Family Studies lab. Her primary area of research is the causes and consequences of family distress on young children's social-emotional development. She also examines college student food and housing insecurity. Dr. Haskett co-founded the NC State Steering Committee on Student Food and Housing Security and led the development of a host home program for local college students. She is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association.Food and housing insecurity are impacting college and university students at increasingly high rates. According to a 2022 study from the Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice, 38% of students at a two-year college and 29% of students at a four-year college reported experiencing food insecurity in the last 30 days. In a 2022 report from the Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE), more than a quarter of respondents, approximately 27%, reported experiencing the inability to pay either rent or mortgage in full within the last year. While COVID-19 and the impacts of the pandemic played a role in heightened food and housing insecurity for college and university students, other factors contributed, such as rising costs across the country. While some federal, state, and local resources are available, food and housing insecurity are often overlooked, leaving institutions to take creative approaches to meet the needs of students.Learn more about CITI Program: https://about.citiprogram.org/

Moment of Truth
America Is Selling Babies To China (feat. Emma Waters)

Moment of Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 71:09


In Today's episode of "Moment of Truth," Saurabh sits down with Emma Waters, a research associate in the Richard and Helen DeVos Center for Life, Religion, and Family at The Heritage Foundation, to discuss the commercial surrogacy industry, the rise of birth tourism, and the devastating effects the morally questionable practice is having on families and children.Emma Waters is a research associate in the Richard and Helen DeVos Center for Life, Religion, and Family at The Heritage Foundation. She previously served as Coalitions Manager for American Moment and worked at The Realignment Podcast. She is a graduate of Lee University earning a double major in Political Science and Biblical & Theological Studies and received the F.J. Lee award given to the most outstanding senior on the basis of academic excellence, leadership, integrity, and broad campus involvement. Her research and writing has been published by The American Conservative, Institute for Family Studies, Evie Magazine, and The Daily Signal.Learn more about Emma Waters work:https://www.heritage.org/staff/emma-watershttps://twitter.com/emlwatershttps://americanmind.org/salvo/california-new-handmaids-tale/https://www.dailysignal.com/author/ewaters/––––––Follow American Moment across Social Media:Twitter – https://twitter.com/AmMomentOrgFacebook – https://www.facebook.com/AmMomentOrgInstagram – https://www.instagram.com/ammomentorg/YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4qmB5DeiFxt53ZPZiW4TcgRumble – https://rumble.com/c/c-695775Check out AmCanon:https://www.americanmoment.org/amcanon/Follow Us on Twitter:Saurabh Sharma – https://twitter.com/ssharmaUSNick Solheim – https://twitter.com/NickSSolheimAmerican Moment's "Moment of Truth" Podcast is recorded at the Conservative Partnership Center in Washington DC, produced by American Moment Studios, and edited by Jake Mercier and Jared Cummings.Subscribe to our Podcast, "Moment of Truth"Apple Podcasts – https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/moment-of-truth/id1555257529Spotify – https://open.spotify.com/show/5ATl0x7nKDX0vVoGrGNhAj Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

A Seat at the Table
6: Lynette Fraga Says Farewell 

A Seat at the Table

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 31:20


In this special bonus episode, Child Care Aware® of America Board President-Elect Dr. Renée Boynton-Jarrett interviews outgoing CEO Dr. Lynette Fraga. They discuss Dr. Fraga's contributions to the organization over the past decade and to the field over the past thirty years. Dr. Fraga shares her hopes for CCAoA and for the future of the child care sector. About Dr. Lynette Fraga, PhD As Chief Executive Officer of Child Care Aware® of America (CCAoA), Lynette M. Fraga, Ph.D., is a passionate practitioner, advocate and leader in the field of child care and early learning, working to advance the accessibility of quality child care experiences for all children. Dr. Fraga has over 25 years of experience as an educator, program director and executive leader working on behalf of children and families. Since her selection in 2012 as the Executive Director at CCAoA, Dr. Fraga has sought to position CCAoA as the nation's leading voice on child care in policy, practice and research. Dr. Fraga began her career in early childhood as a teacher in infant, toddler and preschool classrooms, and has since held positions at the local, state and national level within the nonprofit, corporate and higher education sectors. Dr. Fraga holds a doctoral degree in Family Studies from Kansas State University, a master's degree in Human Relations from the University of Oklahoma and a bachelor's degree in Special Education from the University of Arizona. About Dr. Renée Boynton-Jarrett Renée Boynton-Jarrett, MD, ScD is a pediatrician and social epidemiologist and the founding director of the Vital Village Community Engagement Network (www.vitalvillage.org). Her work focuses on the role of early-life adversities as life course social determinants of health. She has a specific concentration on psychosocial stress and neuroendocrine and reproductive health outcomes, including obesity and early puberty. She is interested in social ecology and the role of neighborhood attributes in influencing health trajectory. Specifically, she has studied the intersection of community violence, intimate partner violence, and child abuse and neglect and neighborhood characteristics that influence these patterns. Her current work is developing community-based strategies to promote child well-being and reduce child maltreatment using a collective impact approach in three Boston neighborhoods.  “A Seat at the Table” is an award-winning podcast produced by Child Care Aware® of America, the nation's leading voice on child care. Listen and subscribe at www.childcareaware.org/TheTable. 

Moment of Truth
Does Daycare Destroy Dreams? (feat. Dr. Katharine B. Stevens)

Moment of Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 94:37


In Today's episode of "Moment of Truth," Saurabh sits down with Dr. Katharine B. Stevens, Founder & CEO of the Center on Child and Family Policy, to discuss what has gone wrong with the war on poverty, why families are still struggling to make ends meet, declines in mental health, reasons for increased parental stress, and what a truly effective and healthy US child & family policy looks like going forward.Katharine Stevens is the founder and CEO of the Center on Child and Family Policy (CCFP). Prior to launching CCFP, she served for more than six years as a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), leading AEI's early-childhood program. Dr. Stevens's analyses and commentary have been published in Early Learning Nation, Education Week, The Hill, HuffPost, Institute for Family Studies, Los Angeles Times, National Review, New York Daily News, New York Post, USA Today, US News & World Report, and The Wall Street Journal. Before joining AEI, Dr. Stevens founded and led Teachers for Tomorrow, one of the first teacher-apprenticeship programs in the United States, which recruited and trained teachers for New York City's lowest-performing schools. She began her career in public education as a preschool teacher in New Haven, Connecticut, and St. Louis, Missouri. She has a Ph.D. in education policy from Columbia University, an M.Ed. from Teachers College, an MBA from Columbia Business School, and a B.A. in US history from the University of Chicago.Learn more about Dr. Katharine B. Stevens's work:https://www.ccfp.org/abouthttps://twitter.com/kbstevens––––––Follow American Moment across Social Media:Twitter – https://twitter.com/AmMomentOrgFacebook – https://www.facebook.com/AmMomentOrgInstagram – https://www.instagram.com/ammomentorg/YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4qmB5DeiFxt53ZPZiW4TcgRumble – https://rumble.com/c/c-695775Check out AmCanon:https://www.americanmoment.org/amcanon/Follow Us on Twitter:Saurabh Sharma – https://twitter.com/ssharmaUSNick Solheim – https://twitter.com/NickSSolheimAmerican Moment's "Moment of Truth" Podcast is recorded at the Conservative Partnership Center in Washington DC, produced by American Moment Studios, and edited by Jake Mercier and Jared Cummings.Subscribe to our Podcast, "Moment of Truth"Apple Podcasts – https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/moment-of-truth/id1555257529Spotify – https://open.spotify.com/show/5ATl0x7nKDX0vVoGrGNhAj Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Gotta Be Saints
How to Support a Loved One Who Struggles with Porn - Part Two

Gotta Be Saints

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 33:55


On episode 104 of the Gotta Be Saints Podcast, I spoke with Steve Pokorny about ways to support loved ones struggling with pornography.Biography:Steve holds an MA in theology and a specialization in Catechetics from Franciscan University of Steubenville, as well as an MTS from the John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family Studies in Washington D.C. Steve is a Certified Life Coach from the Life Coach Training Institute. Author of "Redeemed Vision: Setting the Blind Freed from the Pornified Culture," Steve also is an internationally-known speaker, speaking with a wide variety of audiences on many topics. He is married and lives with his family in San Antonio, Texas.For more information on Steve, check out his website here.Episode Breakdown::30 Summarizing Part One1:00 Sponsors - Good Catholic and The Catholic Company1:45 What the Catholic faith provides with those struggling with addiction6:20 The importance of being open and honest 12:00 Bartimaeus and Mark 1024:40 How the sacraments tie into finding healing28:30 Final thoughts30:25 Mt. Rushmore of Saints32:30 Patron Saint of...Our Sponsors: This is a Good Catholic Podcast.  Use code GOTTA for 20% your order.Check out  The Catholic Company for all your Catholic merchandise needs! Use code GBS20 for 20% off your next purchase!Use code GOTTAFREEDOM at Freedom Coaching for your first session free!If you enjoyed this episode, please provide a review and make sure to subscribe!

The Natural Nurse and Dr. Z
The Natural Nurse and Dr. Z - 11.29.22

The Natural Nurse and Dr. Z

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 50:45


Topic. Ecotours for Cures Ethnobotanical excursion   Dr. Lindsay Chimileski is a naturopathic physician with an enthralled devotion to herbal medicine, plants, fungi and healing the root cause of illness. She has been participating in leading  botanical excursions through the Jamaican jungle for over 10 years and is an avid hiker, forager and mushroom hunter. Dr. Chimileski is an experienced professor, leading the botanical medicine curriculum, hosting clinic shifts and teaching advanced nutrition courses at the University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Medicine. She has years of experience lecturing to both the public and professionally at medical continuing education conferences. Dr. Chimileski also teaches a variety of online and in person medicinal mushroom courses. She is an advocate for the mindful practice of mushroom identification and foraging. Dr. Chimileski's private practice is Hawthorn Holistic Health in Hamden, Connecticut. She has a Naturopathic Doctorate, Masters of Acupuncture and Bachelor's degree in Human Development and Family Studies and is a practicing, licensed naturopathic physician and acupuncturist in Connecticut. She is also a registered herbalist with the American Herbalist Guild. On Today's show Dr. Lindsay will discuss Ecotours for Cures- inviting everyone to experience a supreme Ethnobotanical Excursion.  

Gotta Be Saints
How to Support a Loved One Who Struggles with Porn - Part One

Gotta Be Saints

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 29:26


On episode 103 of the Gotta Be Saints Podcast, I spoke with Steve Pokorny about way to support loved ones struggling with pornography.Biography:Steve holds an MA in theology and a specialization in Catechetics from Franciscan University of Steubenville, as well as an MTS from the John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family Studies in Washington D.C. Steve is a Certified Life Coach from the Life Coach Training Institute. Author of "Redeemed Vision: Setting the Blind Freed from the Pornified Culture," Steve also is an internationally-known speaker, speaking with a wide variety of audiences on many topics. He is married and lives with his family in San Antonio, Texas.For more information on Steve, check out his website here.Episode Breakdown::40 Episode Sponsors and Introducing Steve3:00 Freedom Coaching & Steve's story5:20 Why Steve is passionate about helping those caught in addiction 12:20 Why is pornography ruining marriage19:50 The Body is a gift28:10 Final thoughts for part oneOur Sponsors: This is a Good Catholic Podcast.  Use code GOTTA for 20% your order.Check out  The Catholic Company for all your Catholic merchandise needs! Use code GBS20 for 20% off your next purchase!Use code GOTTAFREEDOM at Freedom Coaching for your first session free!If you enjoyed this episode, please provide a review and make sure to subscribe!

Practicing Gospel Podcast
Christians in Social Work Academic Panel PGE 79

Practicing Gospel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 70:20


This episode is the second interview with and about Christians in social work. The last episode focused upon the practitioners perspective. This episode focuses on the academic perspective. I am honored to have as my guests for this conversation Dr. Tanya Smith Brice, Dr. Jon E. Singletary, and Dr. Laine Scales. Tanya is Vice President of Education at the Council on Social Work Education. Previously, she served as the Dean of the College of Professional Studies at Bowie State University and the Dean of the School of (Education) Health and Human Services at Benedict College. She has served on the faculties of the University of South Carolina, Abilene Christian University, and Baylor University. Her research centers on addressing issues of structural violence specifically as it relates to the impact of those structures on African American people. Her publications focus on the development of the social welfare system by African American women for African American children and documents structural barriers to African American families. She provides consultation to community organizations, religious institutions, and educational institutions on the impact of their policies on African American families. She has taught and lectured all over the USA, as well as in the countries of Ghana, Sweden, Uganda, Colombia and the Republic of Moldova. Jon was appointed dean of the Diana R. Garland School of Social Work in 2016 after having served as Associate Dean since 2011.  He has held the Diana R. Garland Endowed Chair in Child and Family Studies in the School since 2010 and first joined the faculty in 2003. Jon directed the Baylor Center for Family and Community Ministries.  In the Center, he helped lead $2 million of grant-related activities focused on studying congregational ministries that serve low-income communities.  His scholarship has focused on a range of Christian ministries, including family-based care for orphans and vulnerable children in Sub-Saharan Africa.  More recently, his research has focused on Christian contemplative practices and the Enneagram as a tool for spiritual formation.  Related to that research, Jon is the author of Leadership by the Number: Using the Enneagram to Strengthen Educational Leadership. Before coming to Baylor, he served as a Mennonite Pastor and a community organizer in Richmond, VA. Laine is Professor and PhD Program Co-Director for the Diana R. Garland School of Social Work. She completed 15 years as Associate Dean in Baylor's Graduate School from 2004-2019. Her scholarly work led to her appointment as co-director of Baptist Scholars International Roundtable (BSIR). Laine is the author of Doing the Word: Southern Baptists' Carver School of Church Social and its Predecessors, 1907-1997 (UT Press) and co-author/co-editor of several works, including the 6th Edition of Christianity and Social Work: Readings in the Integration of Christian Faith and Social Work Practice, and Christian Faith and University Life: Stewards of the Academy. Her research interests include doctoral education, history of Baptist women in social work and missions, and rural social work. Laine's research on historical settlement houses led her to establish Good Neighbor Settlement House in Waco Texas, a social innovation experiment in nurturing community through an intergenerational experience of the arts, music, education, recreation, and worship. The intro and outro music for this episode is from a clip of a song called 'Father Let Your Kingdom Come' which is found on The Porter's Gate Worship Project Work Songs album and is used by permission by The Porter's Gate Worship Project.

The Stress Mastery Podcast: Living Right with Bill Cortright
#135 Throwback: Interview with Jeff Spinks-The Adversity of Addiction

The Stress Mastery Podcast: Living Right with Bill Cortright

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 32:04


This week on the stress mastery podcast we are doing throwbacks as I was supposed to be out for my first bodybuilding competition that unfortunately got canceled and Bill will be on the road. Today's Meeting of the Minds we have a special guest Jeff Spinks to discuss the Adversity of Addiction. Jeff is in the process of finishing his degree in Child and Family Studies and is developing a personal development program for those in recovery. Jeff will share his personal battle with addiction and some incredible insight in dealing with the adversity of addiction. ________________________________________________________  Join The Stress Mastery Community today for FREE! Click here to register HERE! Love the show? Tweet me a shoutout at: @Billcortright Want to sponsor episodes of The Stress Mastery Podcast?  Email Bill at : Bill@livingrightwithbillcortright.com  Mentioned in this show: Join the private Facebook Group: The Stress Mastery Podcast Subscription/SocialLinks: Subscribe on iTunes Subscribe to the The Stress Mastery Mailing List Watch on Youtube www.livingrightwithbillcortright.com Instagram: @livingrightwithbillcortright Facebook at Bill Cortright STAY INSPIRED!

The Dr. Will Show Podcast
Dr. Will (@iamDrWill) - Solo Update

The Dr. Will Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 19:21


Will Deyamport, III, Ed.D. is a District Instructional Technologist for Hattiesburg Public School District, serving grades K-12. He is also a digital transformation strategist, writer, and podcaster. Prior to taking on a full-time instructional technology role, Dr. Will was a social media strategist for a career development company. He is best known for his work in assisting educators in going digital and has helped teachers leverage the power of technology to reimagine the learning experiences of their students. In 2016, Dr. Will was one of three educators selected as a Mississippi Spotlight Speaker at the Mississippi Educator Computing Conference and served as a Schoology Ambassador from 2015 - 2018. Dr. Will speaks and presents often at conferences about the effective use of technology in the classroom. In addition to his speaking, Dr. Will has written for Schoology Exchange, District Administration, EdSurge, iNACOL, and TechEdge magazine. He holds bachelor's degrees in Radio, TV, and Film and Child and Family Studies from The University of Southern Mississippi and a Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership and Management from Capella University. Dr. Will is the director of The Edupreneur, a documentary that explores the lives and careers of educators who have become educational consultants.

A Little Bit Culty
Leaving the Fold: Dr. Marlene Winell on Religious Trauma Syndrome

A Little Bit Culty

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 60:09


This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Dr. Marlene Winell  knows all too well that exiting a controlling religion can trigger a devastating life crisis. As a college student, she moved away from the fire and brimstone fundamentalist Christianity she was raised in, and the fallout of her exodus was so dramatically upending that she felt compelled to dedicate her life's work to studying the very phenomenon that she'd later coin:  ‘Religious Trauma Syndrome.' In this episode of A Little Bit Culty she chats with us about symptoms that arise in response to traumatic or stressful religious experiences, and what can be helpful along the road to recovery after leaving the fold. More About Our Guest: Dr. Winell is a psychologist, educator, and writer whose background includes 30 years of experience in human services, in both community and academic settings. She holds a doctorate in Human Development and Family Studies from Pennsylvania State University and is the author of Leaving the Fold: A Guide for Former Fundamentalists and Others Leaving their Religion. Leaving the Fold has become a leading self-help book in the field of religious recovery - and examines the effects of authoritarian religion (namely fundamentalist Christianity) on individuals who leave the faith.  She's also the founder of Journey Free organization, which is dedicated to helping people transition out of harmful religions, recover from trauma, and rebuild their lives. We've developed programs for both individuals and groups. If you are recovering from religious harm, we have great respect for your strength and courage. Please know that you are not alone and things can get better. Hear Ye, Hear Ye: The views and opinions expressed on A Little Bit Culty do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the podcast. Any content provided by our guests, bloggers, sponsors or authors are of their opinion and are not intended to malign any religion, group, club, organization, business individual, anyone or anything. Nobody's mad at you, just don't be a culty fuckwad. Other Links: Join A Little Bit Culty on Patreon Get poppin' fresh ALBC Swag Support the pod and smash this link Cult awareness and recovery resources CREDITS:  Executive Producers: Sarah Edmondson & Anthony Ames Production Partner: Citizens of Sound Producer: Will Retherford Senior Producer: Jess Tardy Theme Song: “Cultivated” by Jon Bryant co-written with Nygel Asselin

Rod Arquette Show
Rod Arquette Show: What Biden's Low Poll Numbers Mean for Upcoming Election

Rod Arquette Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 103:56


Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown – Tuesday, November 1, 20224:20 pm: Dr. Ron Faucheux, Chief Analyst at Certus Insights joins the show for a conversation about what Joe Biden's poll numbers might mean for the upcoming election4:38 pm: Jenet Jacob Erickson, a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Family Studies, joins the program to discuss the results of a study showing teen tech habits are shaped by the family6:05 pm: Corinne Johnson of Utah Parents United joins the program to discuss the upcoming elections for school boards across the state, as well as the group's new voter guide for parents

The Marriage & Motherhood Podcast
Ep. 32 - Simple Ways To Connect With Your Spouse While Raising Kids with Amberly Lambertsen

The Marriage & Motherhood Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 50:23


Continuing our conversation about connecting with your spouse, this week I have Amberly from A Prioritized Marriage here to share with us ways you can make connecting with your spouse easier. In this episode, you'll learn: - What the importance of maintaining the connection in your marriage is - How to go on weekly dates even when you think it's impossible - Simple ways to connect Amberly Lambertsen is a Certified Family Life Educator with a degree in Family Studies. She is also currently finishing up her Master's of Education - Family Life Education emphasis. Amberly has a specific passion for marriage relationships and helping couples make their marriage a priority throughout every stage of life. She believes that by making time for the personal and romantic side of your marriage every day you are creating a strong foundation for the other pieces of your partnership to thrive and your relationship to last a lifetime. In addition to creating a long lasting marriage, Amberly believes couples should create a relationship they enjoy and want to continue to be part of. With creative date night solutions, tips for increased emotional and physical intimacy, ideas for creating more fun, and practical ways couples can focus on their marriage, Amberly helps couples make time to build and enjoy their marriage relationship every single day and through every stage of life.     Connect with Amberly! Website: https://www.aprioritizedmarriage.com IG: https://www.instagram.com/aprioritizedmarriage   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aprioritizedmarriage   Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/APM_Amberly Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@aprioritizedmarriage   If you'd like to purchase her books, visit here: https://aprioritizedmarriage.com/shop/   Thank you for listening!   If you enjoyed this episode, then you'll love the FB community, Marriage & Motherhood where we get to dive deeper into the topics covered on this show.   Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/marriageandmotherhood   Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review the podcast and tell me your key takeaways!   Here are other ways to connect with me: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/michellepurtacoaching Website: http://www.michellepurta.com/

The Federalist Radio Hour
Why In-Tact Families Manage Big Tech Better

The Federalist Radio Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 35:25


On this episode of "The Federalist Radio Hour," Brad Wilcox, professor of sociology at the University of Virginia and senior fellow at the Institute for Family Studies, joins Federalist Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss the negative effects technology has on teens and what role family structure plays in minimizing the risks associated with high screen use. Read more of the "Teens And Tech: What Difference Does Family Structure Make?" report here: https://ifstudies.org/reports/teens-and-tech/2022/executive-summary

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson
How Family Structure Impacts Your Teen's Screen Time

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 8:55


A new study conducted by the Wheatley Institute at BYU has found a link between family structure and digital technology use. Brad Wilcox from the Institute of Family Studies and the American Enterprise Institute breaks down how parents, families, and screen time are all connected. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Federalist Radio Hour: Why In-Tact Families Manage Big Tech Better

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022


On this episode of “The Federalist Radio Hour,” Brad Wilcox, professor of sociology at the University of Virginia and senior fellow at the Institute for Family Studies, joins Federalist Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss the negative effects technology has on teens and what role family structure plays in minimizing the risks associated with high […]

Get Your Marriage On! with Dan Purcell
106: Intimacy: More Will Than Skill with Dr. Dave Schramm

Get Your Marriage On! with Dan Purcell

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 33:32


If someone were to ask you what's your definition of intimacy, how would you answer that question? And how would you explain to another person how to develop more intimacy in your marriage? Also, how important are communication skills in an intimate relationship? What things interfere with our ability to communicate effectively with our spouses? That's what Dr. Dave Schramm and I talk about today. Dave and I go way back. He was one of the keynote speakers of my second Get Your Marriage On! Live event back in 2019. He's a professor of Family Life in the Human Development and Family Studies department at Utah State University. He has his PhD from Auburn University. You can find out more about Dr. Dave's work at drdaveschramm.com. Here is the YouTube video we reference in the podcast: "It's Not About The Nail"

The Economics Review
Ep. 99 - Dr. Maureen Perry-Jenkins on How Parents' Jobs Shape Children's Well-Being

The Economics Review

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 31:15


Dr. Maureen Perry-Jenkins is a Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and a nationally renowned scholar whose contributions on the national, state, regional, and university levels have had a profound impact on family research. Her work focuses on the ways in which socio-cultural factors such as race, gender, and social class shape the mental health and family relationships of parents and their children. Holding a Ph.D. in Human Development and Family Studies from Penn State, her latest book is titled Work Matters: How Parents' Jobs Shape Children's Well-Being.

Well Connected Twin Cities Podcast
Ep 78 Neurofeedback for ADHD with Mindy Haukedahl

Well Connected Twin Cities Podcast

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 38:02


You have the power to change your brain. In this episode, we sit with Mindy Haukedahl MA, LSC, EdS, LMFT, owner of Afton Therapy and a Neurofeedback practitioner in the Twin Cities. Mindy shares with us what Neurofeedback is, how it can be facilitated from the comfort of your own home, and the specific outcomes she's witnessed within her own family and throughout her career.Additional Information on Neurofeedback:Understanding BrainwavesWhat is Neurofeedback?More on Afton TherapyWhat is Neurofeedback?Neurofeedback is a non-invasive, drug free form of treatment that presents real-time feedback from brain activity to reinforce healthy brain function through operant conditioning.  Mindy HaukedahlShe received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Kentucky in Family Studies and Master of Arts degree in K-12 School Counseling from Xavier University in Cincinnati.After moving back up to Minnesota in 2006, She got a job as a school counselor at an alternative high school for at-risk youth.In 2014 she completed a Specialist degree in Educational Leadership at Minnesota State University. Mental health has always been her passion.In 2016 she became the Director of Counseling for New Life Academy in Woodbury, MN. She loves spending time with students as they process through life's stressors, but it had always been a dream of hers to have a private practice, so she went back to school and became a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist through Adler Graduate School of Psychology.She is the owner of Afton Therapy in Oakdale, MN and specializes in Individual psychotherapy, diagnostic testing for ADHD, and remote neurofeedback.She is fascinated with neuroanatomy and how human behavior is formed.She is a certified Brain Health Professional through Amen Clinics and certified in Neurofeedback through the BCIA (Biofeedback Verification International Alliance).Well Connected Twin Cities is connecting you with local health and wellness professionals in your community. Discover what's possible by surfing the directory, taking a class, or attending the next event. http://wellconnectedtwincities.com/Follow us on instagram https://instagram.com/wellconnectedtwincities

Leading Equity
LE 265: Supporting Latin@ Families in STEM with Dr. Jessica Morales-Chicas

Leading Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 35:57


Order the Leading Equity Book Today! Jessica Morales-Chicas, Ph.D. Growing up I recognized the various inequities that are perpetuated in education; therefore, I have dedicated the majority of my career to examining, teaching about, and alleviating educational disparities. As an Educator, for 15+ years, I focus on enlightening students with new knowledge, optimizing their skills, and growing their career potential. I earned my Ph.D. in Education from UCLA and am currently an Associate Professor in Child and Family Studies at Cal State LA. My teaching experiences range across various age groups but I particularly enjoy teaching college students. I teach courses on lifespan development, diversity and resilience, research methods, and child and family advocacy. My research uses a developmental lens to examine the role of ethnic diversity and curricular opportunities on youth motivation, especially in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). My research background also drives my community engagement and the service programs I direct. Currently, I am directing a couple of programs that engage and teach youth about STEM skills (e.g., coding, engineering, and virtual reality) and entrepreneurship. Advancing STEM education develops students' 21st-century skills, enhances students' career prospects, and ultimately ensures a globally competitive economy. My experiences in education and research also inspired my entrepreneurial spirit. By leveraging the skills I have gained in these industries, I provide consulting services in diversity and inclusion, grant writing, program development, and research design. Show Highlights Challenges in STEM for Latin@ students Language support for all families Recruitment and retention Unique experiences Recommendations for STEM programs Connect with Jessica Email LinkedIn Instagram A Cultural Wealth Approach to Understanding Latin@s' STEM Mentee and Mentor Experiences Additional Resources FREE 30 Minute Consultation Book Dr. Eakins Watch The Art of Advocacy Show Learn more about the Advocacy Room Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies

Wine After Work
Katie is an Advocate for children and those in need

Wine After Work

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 31:34


Katie is a Child Life Specialist II and a Noonday Collection Senior Manager, supporting patients and families in the hospital and teammates and artisan partners through Noonday. Katie is an enneagram 1w2, originally from Mobile, Al, currently living in Nashville, TN with her husband Aaron. Katie received a degree in Human Development and Family Studies with a concentration in Child Life and a minor in Business from The University of Alabama in 2011. Katie has been a child life specialist for 11 years and is passionate about children understanding the complexities of the hospital, having choices about their care, and using play as an essential tool for teaching coping skills. Katie is an experiential traveler, meticulously researching countries and cities, finding local favorites and planning unplanned times to seek out hidden gems, most recently returning from Peru for the second time. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Great Awokening Podcast
Prodigal Fathers & Drag Queen Conservatism with Delano Squires

The Great Awokening Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 36:28


In this episode, I speak with Delano Squires about his recent talk at NatCon about prodigal fathers and a recent article on Drag Queen Conservatism. Delano Squires is a Research Fellow in the Richard and Helen DeVos Center for Life, Religion, and Family at The Heritage Foundation. He is also a contributor to Blaze Media who writes about faith, family, and culture as well as BlazeTV's Fearless with Jason Whitlock podcast. His articles and essays have been published by Newsweek, The American Conservative, The Institute for Family Studies, Black and Married with Kids, The Root, The Grio and The Federalist. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRUvJ0minj8 https://www.theamericanconservative.com/drag-queen-conservatism-is-the-real-threat-to-religious-freedom/ Subscribe to the YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYLvESJNTy-7nOAbH03eHCA

MSU Today with Russ White
Hispanic Heritage Month recognizes contributions and influence of Hispanic Americans

MSU Today with Russ White

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 36:52


Today, I have four distinguished Spartans with me to discuss Hispanic Heritage.Deyanira Nevarez Martinez is assistant professor in the Urban and Regional Planning Program in the School of Planning, Design and Construction. Francisco Villarruel is interim director of the Julian Samora Research Institute and professor of Human Development and Family Studies. María Isabel Ayala is director of Chicano/Latino Studies in the College of Social Science and associate professor in the Department of Sociology. And Luis Alonzo Garcia directs Migrant Student Services.What does Hispanic heritage mean to you? What do you want us to be more aware of by celebrating it?“It's about the contributions that we have made to this country,” says Martinez. “It's so important to make sure that we acknowledge that we have been here for a long time. In many cases, we've all heard that saying ‘We didn't cross the border, the border crossed us.' We've been in this place. We are from this place and so acknowledging that I think is really important.”“Hispanic Heritage Month is really a special time,” adds Garcia. “We've been part of the machine that's been feeding America and people just quite don't understand that. We've only started. I think you will have great things to see in years to come.”“Hispanic Heritage Month is about celebration,” Ayala says. “It's about celebrating the contributions of Latinx folks throughout the United States, and it's a very diverse group. Oftentimes I think we think of Hispanics or Latinx folks in terms of music and food but what this allows us to do, especially this month, but hopefully throughout the year, is recognize that we have folks contributing in science, in the arts, in politics, in government, and in higher education. In programs like mine, Chicano/ Latino studies, what we intend to do is offer the curriculum that speaks to this contribution so that students feel and see themselves represented and reflected not only when they turn on MTV or Spotify, but they see themselves in the science that they learn and in the communities that they engage with and feel proud.”“For me this is a month where we begin to write the right history,” says Villarruel. “That may sound like an odd term, but I want to exemplify what everybody has said. There are STEM initiatives right now that are really trying to bring Latinos into science and technology. When I say it's the time for us to write the right history, it's an opportunity for us to claim not only our indigeneity, but also to recognize the contributions of multiple people. Go to the Detroit Institute of Arts and look at the Diego Rivera murals. That was a century ago and yet is still prophetic to today. But we undervalue those contributions of some of our Latino relatives.”“Oftentimes I get asked where I'm from,” says Garcia. “I say I'm from Texas. Then I get asked ‘No, but where are you really from?' I'm from the Mexican territories which is now the state of Texas. I'm always intrigued by how people define their history because it's convenient oftentimes to forget other people's history and what America is today. I think that this time of the year, it provides us an option to talk about these things and recognize that we have been here before other people got into this country. We're not foreigners; we are part of the landscape.”Can you explain the similarities and the differences between Hispanic, Latino, Chicano, and Latinx?“It's very important to recognize that identity is multi-level and that we have multiple identities,” Ayala says. “The part of the reason why we really focus sometimes on Hispanic is because it was a term developed in the 1980s because of the growth of the population that was speaking Spanish. The government was very interested in trying to begin measuring some of the social demographic changes that were happening. Hispanic is really a term that was imposed by the government at the time that really focused on the Spaniard heritage for folks that spoke Spanish. The problem was that this was not something that really resonated with a lot of folks, especially from Latin America ancestry especially because of coloniality. It was resisted in that it was not inclusive enough. Especially we know that in some countries in Latin America or the Caribbean, not everybody speaks Spanish.“There was a grassroots movement for Latino, and Latino intended to recognize that Latin American heritage and tried to be more inclusive of those folks who did not speak Spanish. The problem with Latino is that it is very male centered, and you had Latinas, females, push against that Latino term. However, there are also different voices that are unaccounted for in this dichotomy. Now with Latinx, what we're intending to do is to be more inclusive of those non-gender binary identities that are within the group of Latinx folks. So what is the correct term? It depends who you ask. Some folks will self-identify as Latinas and Latinx. Some folks, especially those who have a history of political activism, will self-identify as Chicano and Latino. It's a matter of asking. It's a matter of recognizing what drives people to self-identify in different ways and recognize that it's not something that is very static. It changes through time.”“It depends on who you ask, but then also it could depend on the day,” says Martinez. “I mostly always identify myself as a Chicana depending on what rooms I'm in. If I'm with other Latinos and because I see Latino and Latinx also as a term of ethnic solidarity, I am a Latina. Those things can be true at the same time. It can be very fluid within each person.”“It's really about respecting where people are and how they want to be identified,” says Garcia.“If a person says they're Chicano, they're telling you something about their history and what's important,” adds Villarruel. “If they're telling you their Mexicano, they're telling you something that's important about their history. If they're telling you they're Mexican American, they're giving you some insight about them. The self-expression of identity and the terms that are used are fluent and fluid, but they're also rooted in history that we need to understand to better serve the communities that we serve across the state and that nation.”“Oftentimes when we think about identity, we self-identify just as our parents or grandparents did,” continues Ayala. “That's why it's so important to have access to curriculum that addresses these histories and allows people an exposure to the different origins. Oftentimes we think because we're Latinx or Mexicana or Latina we know everything there is to know about the group. There's so much intragroup diversity and just as there is privilege and marginalization outside of the group, there's privilege and marginalization within the group. That can materialize not only in color but also whether people speak Spanish or not, whether they're considered authentic Latinos or not because of how they see themselves. I think not only in terms of Hispanic heritage but in terms of curriculum and interacting with other folks.  We need to recognize and value those differences.”“And I think our students are sometimes grappling with some of these issues, too,” continues Martinez. “As a young person growing up on the U.S. Mexico border for the majority of my life, I identified myself as Mexican, not Mexican American, not Chicana. As I came into college and gained my own academic identity and learned more about our history in the United States, I realized that I am a Chicana and that's what I choose to call myself. It's also a journey that we go on as we're trying to figure out who we are and what our identity is and where we fit in this place. So, I think our students also grapple with some of these questions on what do I call myself and who am I?”“Oftentimes in our conversation we've talked about representation, and seeing students reflected in faculty and staff I think is crucial. But it's also very important to recognize that we come with knowledge that hasn't been part of the fabric of the universities,” explains Ayala. “So, what happens when you have not only faculty and staff in these positions across the university in leadership positions is not only that students see themselves reflected, which is a very big part. It's also the questions that we bring, the knowledge that we bring, the questions that haven't really been asked by other folks because they don't have that knowledge and that history. Oftentimes in higher education we view knowledge as something that is only acquired through formal education.“The reality is that there's knowledge all around us. There's a certain knowledge that is acquired through formal education, but that also complements and builds upon the knowledge that has been acquired through lived experiences. That is very important. Understanding these lived experiences as critical is not only shared among Latinx faculty and staff, but other groups like Asian Americans and Native Americans. That's why it's so important to really have an institutional commitment because everyone at this table and a lot of folks outside of this space are doing a lot of that invisible service that involves addressing some of the unique needs of these populations and yet continues to be not recognized or acknowledged. It's wonderful that we have people truly committed to making that change and advancing other folks of color, but we need the support of institutions. We have this structures in place, but they also need the support of the institution to not only make it but really thrive and continue to do wonderful work.”“I would like to add that every time the university changes leadership, I get nervous because I'm wondering whether the next leader is going to understand and be supportive,” says Garcia. “We are fortunate to have President Stanley, who has been very supportive of diverse communities and is willing to take the heat as we cultivate a further understanding of the broader community and of the contributions that these communities have had and will continue to have. For our future existence, they will be a vital component.”“I would add to what Luis has said,” Villarruel says. “It's not only the president, but it's also Provost Woodruff and Vice President Bennett. In the 35 years that Luis and I have been here I can comfortably say that we have leadership now that is not going to help just sustain, but is committed to investing, promoting, and enhancing what we have at this institution, not only for the institutional sake, but for the communities across the state in the Midwest and more importantly, for student success.”“This time of year is an opportunity to make sure that we are doing the work to make sure that Latinx students know that they belong here,” says Martinez. “My goal for this month and every month of the year is trying to make sure that our community knows that they belong here.”MSU recognizes National Hispanic Heritage Month, and our community is coming together to strengthen resources, programs, research centers and scholarships serving Hispanic and Latinx students at MSU. Learn more at givingto.msu.edu.MSU Today airs Saturdays at 5 p.m. and Sundays at 5 a.m. on WKAR News/Talk and Sundays at 8 p.m. on 760 WJR. Find “MSU Today with Russ White” on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and wherever you get your shows.

Living the CALL
Saul DeAlba | Porn: There Is Hope

Living the CALL

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 63:12


This week on Living the Call, Deacon Charlie talks with Saul DeAlba of Freedom Coaching. Saul holds a bachelor's in Family Sciences from the John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family Studies in Guadalajara and is a Certified Life Coach from the Life Coach Training Institute. Saul's work at Freedom Coaching provides one-to-one mentoring aimed at helping those with an attraction and compulsion to pornography, with the goal of reclaiming a healthy vision of the body and of sexuality. In this episode, Deacon and Saul discuss how people fall into a pornographic lifestyle and the ways in which wounds play a role in that. They also talk about the trauma porn causes and how men and women are affected differently. Saul shares his experience of leading clients on the healing journey of freedom from this compulsion through a “redeemed vision” of the human body. Freedom Coaching website: https://freedom-coaching.net/ (https://freedom-coaching.net/)

Washington Watch on Oneplace.com
Kevin Hern, Dr. Greg Murphy, Patrick Hauf, Dr. Jennifer Bauwens

Washington Watch on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 54:10


On today's program: Kevin Hern, U.S. Representative from the 1st District of Oklahoma, offers updates on the ongoing continuing resolution negotiations and the latest on the crisis at the Southern Border. Dr. Greg Murphy, U.S. Representative for the 3rd District of North Carolina, corrects the record on President Biden's recent speech on healthcare and highlights the House GOP's Commitment to America. Patrick Hauf, staff writer for the Washington Free Beacon, uncovers the details about a taxpayer-funded early childhood development organization promoting transgenderism to children as young as two years old. Dr. Jennifer Bauwens, FRC's Director of the Center for Family Studies, reacts to the New York Times' promotion of transgender surgeries on minors and the huge profits Vanderbilt University's medical center is making from these surgeries. Episode Resources: Learn more about loving people affected by transgender ideology from beginning to end. Watch highlights from the Pray Vote Stand Summit! Take the pledge to pray for America, vote this November, and stand for biblical truth. Explore FRC's resources on life and human dignity. Purchase your copy of Strong and Courageous. Check out The Washington Stand, FRC's outlet for news and commentary from a biblical worldview. Join Stand on the Word, FRC's two-year journey through the Bible! Connect with Tony on social media: Facebook, Twitter, Gettr, and Gab. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1521/29

Mind Matters
Depression and Suicide in the Neurodiversity Community

Mind Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 31:14


On episode 139, as part of Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month, we address depression and suicide among neurodivergent people. We talk about intervention techniques that can help parents, teachers, or anyone who interacts with neurodivergent people to understand and support them through trauma, depression, and suicidal ideation. We are joined by Kelsie Bacon, a licensed clinical counselor and play therapist who works with young neurodivergent people to help them feel connected and supported. Also, if you're an educator, we have a great continuing education course called Strategies for Supporting Twice-Exceptional Students. Here's the link to pre-order the course for independent study at a 20% discount! If you're an administrator and want to utilize it district-wide, click this link and we'll get in touch and answer your questions. All of the details are at www.Neurodiversity.University. ABOUT THE GUEST - Kelsie Bacon, LCSW-S, RPT, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker serving the Albuquerque, NM area. She graduated from UNM with a B.A. in Psychology and Family Studies and received her master's degree from New Mexico Highlands University in Clinical Social Work. She's currently earning her certification as a Registered Play Therapist. She provides school-based and agency-based therapeutic interventions for children, adolescents and teens. ​She utilizes DIRFloortime techniques with many clients, and finds it particularly rewarding to work with teenagers to help them feel understood and supported.

Washington Watch on Oneplace.com
Warren Davidson, Aimee Guidera, Dr. Jennifer Bauwens

Washington Watch on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 54:10


On today's program: Warren Davidson, U.S. Representative for the 8th District of Ohio, shares how the Left is targeting corporations and banks to advance its political agenda and about the House GOP's Commitment to America. Aimee Rogstad Guidera, Virginia's Secretary of Education, discusses Gov. Glenn Youngkin's transgender model policy. Dr. Jennifer Bauwens, FRC's Director of the Center for Family Studies, offers her analysis of new research showing nearly 1 in 10 American adults and 1 in 5 teens report experiencing depression. Episode Resources: Watch highlights from the Pray Vote Stand Summit! Explore FRC's resources on life and human dignity. Purchase your copy of Strong and Courageous. Check out The Washington Stand, FRC's outlet for news and commentary from a biblical worldview. Join Stand on the Word, FRC's two-year journey through the Bible! Connect with Tony on social media: Facebook, Twitter, Gettr, and Gab. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1521/29

Moment of Truth
Saving The American Family (feat. Patrick T. Brown)

Moment of Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 59:02


In Today's episode of "Moment of Truth," Nick sits down with Patrick T. Brown, a fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, to unpack why Americans are not getting married, why they are not having kids, and what can be done to remove the economic obstacles to big and healthy American families because the the cornerstone of a flourishing society is the family.Patrick T. Brown is a fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, where his work focuses on developing a robust pro-family economic agenda and supporting families as the cornerstone of a healthy and flourishing society. His writing has been published in The New York Times, National Review, Politico, The Washington Post, and USA Today, and he has spoken on college campuses and Capitol Hill on topics from welfare reform to child care and education policy. He has published reports on paid leave and family policy with the Institute for Family Studies, and edited an essay series featuring working-class voices for American Compass. He is an advisory board member of Humanity Forward and the Center on Child and Family Policy.Learn more about Patrick T. Brown's work:https://eppc.org/author/patrick_brown/https://twitter.com/ptbwrites––––––Follow American Moment across Social Media:Twitter – https://twitter.com/AmMomentOrgFacebook – https://www.facebook.com/AmMomentOrgInstagram – https://www.instagram.com/ammomentorg/YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4qmB5DeiFxt53ZPZiW4TcgRumble – https://rumble.com/c/c-695775Check out AmCanon:https://www.americanmoment.org/amcanon/Follow Us on Twitter:Saurabh Sharma – https://twitter.com/ssharmaUSNick Solheim – https://twitter.com/NickSSolheimAmerican Moment's "Moment of Truth" Podcast is recorded at the Conservative Partnership Center in Washington DC, produced by American Moment Studios, and edited by Jake Mercier and Jared Cummings.Subscribe to our Podcast, "Moment of Truth"Apple Podcasts – https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/moment-of-truth/id1555257529Spotify – https://open.spotify.com/show/5ATl0x7nKDX0vVoGrGNhAj Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Washington Watch on Oneplace.com
Andrew Clyde, Roger K. Gannam, Jennifer Bauwens, David Closson

Washington Watch on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 54:10


On today's program: Andrew Clyde, U.S. Representative for 9th District of Georgia, reacts to the ongoing border crisis and discusses his new legislation, The Protect the UNBORN Act. Roger K. Gannam, Assistant Vice President of Legal Affairs, Liberty Counsel, discusses Liberty Counsel's recent finding that the Department of Defense may have violated federal law when rejecting religious exemptions for vaccine mandates from servicemembers. Dr. Jennifer Bauwens, FRC's Director of the Center for Family Studies, provides her expertise on the World Professional Association for Transgender Health removing all age limits from its guidelines for transgender youth surgeries. David Closson, FRC's Director of the Center for Biblical Worldview, highlights the Pray Vote Stand Summit and reacts to criticism of Dr. Albert Mohler's remarks and discusses the immigration issue from a biblical perspective. Episode Resources: Watch highlights from the Pray Vote Stand Summit! Learn more about why gender transition procedures for minors should be prohibited. Explore FRC's resources on life and human dignity. Check out The Washington Stand, FRC's outlet for news and commentary from a biblical worldview. Join Stand on the Word, FRC's two-year journey through the Bible! Connect with Tony on social media: Facebook, Twitter, Gettr, and Gab. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1521/29