Loneliness. Brokenness. The desire to belong. These are feelings we all share. But how do these emotions inhibit you from living as your most authentic self? So often we forget that true belonging can only arise when we “accept that brokenness is beautiful” and embrace our own story. That's where the true treasure lies. This week, Bonnie Gray and I talk about finding identity in a culture of loneliness, making peace with her difficult past, and the transformation she's experienced by embracing the narrative she ran away from for so long. We explore her journey of self-discovery and end up challenging Bonnie to be curious about whether or not she's truly an Enneagram 7.
In this episode we flash back to the past as many of our newer followers have never heard one of most well received episodes #28 After The Jersey, Dealing with Depression and Finding Identity. This episode Kevin takes you through the end of his career in his words and then leads the 3 of us to discuss what leaving football behind looked like from a mental health standpoint. How did we cope with no longer having the most important thing in our life that had stood as a pillar for 15+ years. What types of anxiety did we have, what did it feel like, where did it come from, and what helped us deal with it? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
When Liz Darger, a senior associate athletic director at BYU, was a young girl, her mother taught a home evening lesson that made a deep impression on her. Liz's mother spoke of creating a home-court advantage for each member of their family. This meant celebrating one another's successes, being patient when a family member is struggling, and protecting their home from negative influences. On this week's episode, we talk with Liz about how that concept of home court advantage changed her life and how it extends outside the walls of her home. “These are souls we're dealing with…precious, precious souls to our Heavenly Parents.” Show Notes 2:19- Creating Home-Court Advantage for Everyone 5:23- Cultivated in the Home, Carried Into the World 8:43- Finding Identity as a Daughter of God 11:28- A Wonderful Integration 14:48- A Sense of Belonging 17:38- Investing in Relationships—A Two-Way Thing 24:45- Both Sides of the Bridge Together 27:00- Showing Up…With Cake 32:00- Listening—The Bedrock of Respect 36:52- Trusted Receivers of People in Our Path 40:18- What Does It Mean To Be All In the Gospel of Jesus Christ? Find the full episode transcript at ldsliving.com/allin. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Over five months after it happened, we still don't know the identity of the Capitol Hill police officer who shot and killed Trump supporter Ashli Babbitt. Why not?
In this week's episode I geek out with my GenX pal Aaron who was my cowriter and creator of a little indie horror flick we did that won an award back in in the early 2000's. We also geek out on role playing games and life before the internet and YouTube got really big. Be sure to check out our 12 minute film we did with GenX Voice guest from the episode Finding Identity through Choreography Third Eye (part one), and Third Eye (part two) The SYSK podcast episode on the Satanic Panic Evil Dead the movie Zombie by Lucio Fulci Dungeons and Dragons RPG Traveler RPG Let me know if you love RPG and horror too! GenXVoice.com
Happy Asian Heritage Month! This week Erin + Erica speak with Tanya Chen, a reporter with BuzzFeed News on Anti-Asian hate crimes and Asian-American identity. Find Tanya on Twitter: @tanyachen Tanya's work on this subject: 1) https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/tanyachen/self-defense-weapons-asian-american-women 2) https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/tanyachen/asian-women-fetish-racist-atlanta-shootings 3) https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/tanyachen/asian-americans-reclaiming-native-first-names - Connect with the pod: Twitter: https://twitter.com/badandbitchy Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/badandbitchypod/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/badandbpodcast/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Stay bitchy.
This week's GenX guest, Chris, aka Ray Gunn, was once crowned the King of Burlesque. He shares with us what growing up black and gay in an all white town in central Illinois was like and how a dance performance completely changed his life and gave him a direction for artistic creativity. Watch some of Chris' performances: As stage name Ray Gunn: BHOFF Movers9 The 5th Annual New Orleans Burlesque Festival As himself KTF Solo by Artistic Director Chris McCray Follow Chris on Instagram Follow GenX Voice on Instagram Join the GenX Voice FB Page and the GenX Voice FB Group Want to be on Season 2 of GenX Voice? Reach out to me at GenXVoice.com
Kate Had Me Meet... Mark Hagland. Chicago resident, raised in Wisconsin, born in South Korea. Mark and his twin were adopted as infants by a white couple in the 1960s. Over 100,000 Korean adoptees have come to the United States since that time. With racism and violence against Asian Americans surging this year, Mark discusses what it's like to navigate these times as someone who has never quite felt at home in white culture or Asian culture. Mark facilitates a Facebook group called Transracial Adoption Perspectives, leading over 6000 transracial adoptees and (typically white) adoptive parents. This group has been crucial to me as a mother and has helped change the course of our lives as a transracial family. Terms used in this episode: "White adjacency" - (n.) A person who is technically a minority, but has access to, utilizes and sometimes benefits from white privilege. This is usually accomplished by said person distancing themselves from the socio political problems their ethnic group commonly faces. Usually by considering considering themselves better than their minority counterparts sharing their same ethnic heritage. This can also be a person who thinks they are are better minorities possessing a darker complexion. "Othering" - Othering is a phenomenon in which some individuals or groups are defined and labeled as not fitting in within the norms of a social group. "Virtue Signaling"- the action or practice of publicly expressing opinions or sentiments intended to demonstrate one's good character or the moral correctness of one's position on a particular issue. Books referenced: White Fragility- By Robin Diangelo https://amzn.to/3vWmvu5 In this “vital, necessary, and beautiful book” (Michael Eric Dyson), antiracist educator Robin DiAngelo deftly illuminates the phenomenon of white fragility and “allows us to understand racism as a practice not restricted to ‘bad people’ (Claudia Rankine). Referring to the defensive moves that white people make when challenged racially, white fragility is characterized by emotions such as anger, fear, and guilt, and by behaviors including argumentation and silence. These behaviors, in turn, function to reinstate white racial equilibrium and prevent any meaningful cross-racial dialogue. In this in-depth exploration, DiAngelo examines how white fragility develops, how it protects racial inequality, and what we can do to engage more constructively. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/katelundquist/support
We begin our new series called "WE ARE... Finding Identity in the Letter to the Ephesians". Tyler Jenner kicks off the series through Paul's letter to the Ephesians. Learn more about us at www.anchorchurchgilbert.com
Liz discusses the film "Carlos Almaraz: Playing With Fire" Carlos Almaraz was a famous Chicano artist that influenced the Los Angeles Chicano community in the '60s. Carlos painted with color and motion with themes of crashing cars, grids, and park scenery. His life was a rocky road but he made a difference in the world through his art and the people he met. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/absurdart/support
Part Two with Darien and Kelly was beyond encouraging. I am grateful that Kelly was willing to share his testimony on this episode, and I know it will make an impact on everyone that gives this episode a listen! If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to email email@example.com. ————————————————————————— ChewCreek Podcast is a production of ChewCreek Ministries Theme song in this episode is by Roman Candle (http://romancandlemusic.com) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Sam Acho talks about finding identity in a world full of fakes. He's an NFL linebacker who's played with the Buccaneers, The Bears & The Cardinals. Sam is also the Vice President of the NFL Players... Scott Herrold is known for his interviews. He does a daily radio show on SOS Radio. This postcast is conversations about worldview, faith and culture with famous personalities.
“I realized that adding that small word, “just”, is so harmful to your mental and emotional wellbeing. And it was demeaning to myself and demeaning to other people that were doing the same thing. I wrapped up my identity in my roles and responsibilities as opposed to who I am to the core...you're not just anything...you're making a difference...you are influencing the people around you in one way shape or form.” Today I sit down and chat with Michaela Rosales, who is the founder of Honest Talk International. Michaela has taken her career to the next level and is helping people all around the world. She is also a military spouse and relocates her home every 1-3 years with her family. Michaela goes in depth about the uncertainties she had to go through in her life and how it has led her to where she is today. WANT TO CONNECT WITH MICHAELA? Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/honesttalkinternational/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HonestTalkInterNational/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelarosales/ Website: https://www.honesttalkinternational.com/ Podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/user/honestbirthtalk WANT TO CONNECT WITH ME? Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/todayilearnedpodcast/ Anchor: https://anchor.fm/sotodayilearned New episodes are posted weekly on TUESDAYS! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sotodayilearned/support
Welcome to the I Love You So Much podcast with Kenzie Elizabeth. Today Kenzie sits down with influencer Kylie Ross to talk about finding your identity outside of work, dealing with rejection, being a college athlete and more. Enjoy! SECRET FACEBOOK PAGE: https://bit.ly/2zEx3BM JOIN THE MAILING LIST: https://bit.ly/2uumkus Kenzie's Channel: https://youtube.com/kenzieelizabeth Kenzie's IG: https://bit.ly/298RzRn Kenzie's Twitter: https://bit.ly/2RdtJsE ILYSM IG: https://bit.ly/2vlwxXy Kylie: https://www.instagram.com/_kylieross/ Visit HelloRory.com/ILoveYou to get your first order for $5 Produced by Dear Media
Today’s guest on The Kingdom Driven Entrepreneur Podcast is Kelly Baader, digital sales and marketing strategist and the host of The Christian CEO Podcast. She shares how the Holy Spirit led her to transition her business to specifically serve Christian business owners and gave her the revelation of a framework that helps them find identity aligned success in business. Not only do we have access to wisdom gained through our own experiences, but we have access to the strategies from Heaven to help us serve others powerfully in the marketplace.
Nathan Imonigie aka NateBreezy steps into the sanctuary. Studying for medical school he’s an ambitious young man with a good head on his shoulders. It’s been a delight to see him grow as I grow. We both share our love for dance as well as knowledge and growth. Here we also talk about our traditional background and where some things within our generation seem to fall short of. This conversation felt really good to have. Seamless and effortless. Tune in and find out more.
Join us as we chat with the incredibly talented Rachael Sarra, a contemporary Aboriginal artist from Goreng Goreng Country. We discuss contemporary indigenous art, the lack of indigenous education in Australian schools, and how art can express identity and belonging. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander listeners are advised that the following episode contains references to sensitive and confronting content, regarding the Stolen Generation.
A Personal story of Culture & Initiation This episode with Mick is a powerful journey into Indigenous Initiation - what it can look like and what can happen when it’s absent. That example coming directly from Mick’s life and lived experiences. We journey into his youth and where the absence of access to his parents or mentors to guide him took him into early adulthood chasing something; belonging and a deeper understanding of self. I enjoyed this conversation immensely, as we explore some of Mick’s personal and cultural philosophies that now manifest in the work that he and his wife do. I felt privileged to interviewing Mick for his first podcast and gain these insights into a rich culture and some of the initiation that takes place. It certainly got me thinking about some of the monumental gaps we have in today’s culture and the African Proverb that springs to mind: “The boys we don’t induct into the tribe will burn don the village” Where and how are we doing that? Have a listen to this episode, I would love to hear your feedback and thoughts on the above. See below for all of Mick’s info and where you can find him. If you haven’t, please leave us a review on Apple - this is hugely helpful in the podcast landing in front of more men it can support. Mike’s main lessons/takeaways: Mick has this beautiful presence, it’s something I’ve only ever experienced with him because I met him after a huge shift started. It’s interesting that he referenced that - a point where he recognised the need to find that version of him, he knew it was there somewhere, hidden, unexplored. I took so much from this talk and this point in tuning in to what we really already know a lot of the time. However, sometimes we need something to trigger us into action, as well as mentors, guides, and practise - especially if it can come from those int he community who have been through it. Mick's Bio: Mick Bani comes from the tribe of Wagadagam, located on Lag Mabuyag, Western Torres Strait. He is the co-founder and co-director of Kayin Revolution; a social enterprise that provides innovative, hands-on services and programs, allowing men and women of all ages the space to discover self-identity and connectedness within the realm of their own inner compass. Since leaving his island home for the first time at the age of 13, his journey took him along the east coast of Australia from Torres Strait to Sydney. An opportunity came knocking on the door which led him to play in the National Rugby League (NRL) for clubs such as Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles, North-Queensland Cowboys and the Canberra Raiders. Through his professional football and part-time acting careers, along with his own personal and family experiences of living in a remote Indigenous community, Michael wholeheartedly and openly shares inspirational messages of his life’s journey, and all the struggles and triumphs that he has endured along the way, that leads to the development of mental strength and self-awareness. Where to find Mick: Website: www.kayinrevolution.com Instagram: @mickbani and @thekayinproject Other Resources mentioned: Black Dog Institute Mick’s blog he mentioned Other Ways To Consume this podcast: Read Transcript iTunes Spotify
Olivia shares something really awesome that happened when she gave up planning her life in great detail, how she loves learning and how learning helped her grow in the Faith, and also finally- after 30 years, she has a favorite color. (And discusses her upcoming move.)
In This Episode, Moe Moussa and Maram Jaffer: A Palestinian-American Writer from Philadelphia touching upon being Palestinian the struggle of finding an identity as a Palestinian-American. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gazaguy/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gazaguy/support
Thank you for listening to True Stories of a Tryhard. You can find me on Instagram @ethan.t.hulen and Twitter @etph0n3h0m3, you can find the podcast on Instagram and Twitter @truestoriespod. Have a great day!Find Jen here: All platforms - @lovebegatloveGet your Audible trial here: http://www.audibletrial.com/TrueStoriesofaTryhardJoin the Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/truestoriespodFind Vashaun here: Instagram: @graphite.vmb, Website: graphitevmb.comIntro/Outro Music: Swingin’ Ballad by Alexander Nakarada | https://www.serpentsoundstudios.comMusic promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.comAttribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
If you love the Amerikan Therapy Podcast send us a text and join us on the couch. Text us at +1 (202) 800-2355 and let us know what topics you want us to cover. Be ready because we might ask you to be a guest on the show.The Amerikan Therapy team sits down with TaRessa Stovall, author of Swirl Girl a coming of age story of finding identity in America as a mixed-race person amidst rising racial tensions. TaRessa Stovall was born a Jazz Baby in Seattle, Washington. An author since the age of seven, she has written several poems, books, and plays on various topics, including racial identity. TaRessa is also an award-winning journalist and blogger whose works have been featured in USA Weekend, the Courier-Post, The Montclair Times, The Defenders Online, and several other platforms. TaRessa is the proud mother of a son and a daughter, both multi-talented writers, and creatives. She lives in Atlanta and stirs things up on social media.Purchase Swirl Girl, by TaRessa Stovall: https://taressastovall.com/Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/AMERIKANTHERAPY)
Brandon and Josh interview Bishop Tony Miller about the kingdom, finding identity in Christ and so much more. This was truly a life changing interview with this modern day apostle. You can find Bishop at https://www.tonymiller.tv/ Music "I am free (the horse and its rider)" provided by Rob and Crystal Alley. You can find their music on robandcrystal.com or wherever music is sold.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/pewnationpodcast)
Join us as our group of commentators discuss what it means to find our identity in God. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @ampyoself. Mail us a letter at 500 Castle Pines Cir Claremore, OK, 74019. Include T-Shirt Size and return mailing address to receive a free Trend or Truth T-Shirt.
In this episode of the Hope + Help Podcast, Christine Chappell interviews Quina Aragon about finding identity in Christ. Quina reflects on being a child of Filipino and Jamaican decent, explaining how growing up as a minority influenced her perceptions about identity and belonging. She highlights the dangers of basing identity on personal achievements and observes the particular temptations that come with serving in a performance-based ministry. Quina also considers some of the specific identity challenges she's faced in the context of being a Christian woman, and also a woman of color. View the full show notes & links for this episode: https://ibcd.org/finding-identity-quina-aragon/ The Hope + Help Podcast offers biblical conversations about life's challenging problems. The podcast accomplishes this by offering a mix of interviews with seasoned biblical counseling professionals and ministry leaders on a variety of topics. Listeners can expect to receive biblical wisdom as well as practical steps for facing suffering, struggling, and sin with courage and grace. Hosted by author/writer Christine M. Chappell. To learn more about the show and to access helpful resources, visit ibcd.org/hopeandhelp. Connect with host Christine Chappell and subscribe to her weekly Christ-centered biblical counseling resources at christinemchappell.com. IBCD's Hope + Help Podcast is available on most podcast streaming platforms, so please don't keep the show a secret! If you know someone walking through a challenging season of life, please share the Hope + Help Podcast with them.
On this week's episode I am joined by Rob Speranza, Darren Wright, and Matt Rothrock. These guys were three of my former football teammates at Lafayette College. Between the four of us, we have lost a combined 340 pounds and have each found endurance sports as a new passion after our football careers ended. This is a really interesting episode and we get into a lot of different topics including adjusting to life after football, weight loss, how we got into endurance sports and so much more on episode 5 of The Tanner Kern Podcast. If you want to connect with my guests on social media here's the links! Rob Speranza Strava: Robert Speranza Instagram: @robsperanza24 Darren Wright Strava: Darren Wright Instagram: @darrren.wright Matt Rothrock Strava: Matt Rothrock Instagram: @matt_rothrock If you're interested in learning more about myself and the show visit tannerkern.com and follow the show on Instagram: @tannerkernpodcast
Has the identity you grew up with collided with the realities you’ve faced as an adult? How do you raise your children so they know from a young age to love and treat others the way Christ intended? Writer and teacher, Jasmine Holmes, talks about how her identity crisis shaped her and how she’s using [...]
I recently had the opportunity to interview pediatrician and author Dr. Leonard Sax for an episode of our Youth Culture Matters podcast. Dr. Sax’s best-selling book is entitled The Collapse of Parenting: How We Hurt Our Kids When We Treat Them Like Grown-Ups. In the book, Dr. Sax shares these timely and sobering words with parents about over-scheduling and cramming our kids’ lives full of activity: By cramming a child’s life full of activities, with little time for reflection, with no quiet time for a relaxed parent-child supper, parents send an unintended message. That message is this: what you do is more important that who you are. As I’ve thought about Dr. Sax’s words and the great dangers he points out, I got to thinking about where we push our kids to find their identity. Our identities and their identities are not to be found in activities and achievements. Rather, our identity must be found in who we are in Christ. Parents, where are you pointing your kids?
How do I grow and develop into the person than I know I can be!! Despite the loss, anger, sadness, YOU can still find purpose! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/labsmith/message
Chris and I dive right into a conversation covering topics including, identity crisis, parallels within bodybuilding and life, along with how to remain patient and put one foot in front of the other. Chris is a bodybuilder, physique coach, educator, and researcher. Through the chaos, there is clarity. I’m excited for you to meet him. Find Chris on the Internet: Instagram: @christopher.barakat Website: https://schoolofgainz.com/links/ Find Austin on the Internet: Instagram: @austincurrent_ Website: https://www.physiquedevelopment.com If you love the episode and would like to support the podcast, I would ask for you to please head over to iTunes or Apple Podcasts and leave me a 5-star review and tell a friend about the podcast. If you’re here from Instagram, share a screenshot of the podcast on your story — be sure to tag me @austincurrent_. Enjoy the conversation! ---- Produced by: David Margittai | In Post Media Website: https://www.inpostmedia.com/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org © 2020 Austin Current
This week we will discuss THE PAST! It’s imperative that we are aware of the past so that we know how to approach our future. Nurses asking about the past prior to taking care of their patients. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/labsmith/message
Tune in to listen to why it’s imperative that we know who we are? As healthcare providers, we ask our patients one simple question! If you’re seeking identity, purpose and destiny tune in to hear the question! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/labsmith/message
What if...instead of a constant battle to figure out who we are, we instead took a moment to celebrate who we’re not? Jasmine Takanikos helps big brands hone in on their unique identity. She uses a methodology called, “Brand Human” to help people understand who they are at their core, and how that translates to the external world. She’s known for asking creative people the right questions, and says that when it comes to identity and figuring out who we are, it can be more powerful to celebrate who we’re not. That’s because we’re constantly evolving. As is the state of technology. It’s why the idea of living the question is so important. And it’s one of the best ways we can understand the implications of technology in our lives. As we enter a new year, we decided to do some reflection. We don’t want to continually explore all these ethical questions about tech and never come back to them. Understanding evolution is part of understanding identity, and it’s a wonderful way to look forward. So that’s what we’re going to do in this episode of First Contact. Happy New Year! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Have you ever wished you had time to write your family history? My guest today has a way of encouraging you to tell your family story in manageable bites. It's her popular 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks program. She supplies the prompts and you write, blog, scrapbook, or Instagram something about an ancestor each week. There's no pressure to participate every week. I guarantee at the end of the year you'll have made progress on that family history. We chat monthly on our Heritage and History FB Live and chat about what's happening in the field or in the news. On this podcast, Amy and I chat about the 52 weeks of genealogy and how she got started. Here's the thing. You can use Amy Johnson Crow's system to work on your pictures too. Pick a photo related to her theme and dig into the story of that picture. You can do it. I'm happy to help Related Episodes:Episode 39: Finding Identity and Connection in Family PhotosLinks:Sign up for 52 Ancestors in 52 WeeksSign up for my newsletter.Watch my YouTube Channel.Like the Photo Detective Facebook Page so you get notified of my Facebook Live videos.Need help organizing your photos? Check out the Essential Photo Organizing Video Course.Have a photo you need help identifying? Sign up for photo consultation.About My Guest:Amy holds a Masters Degree in Library and Information Science from Kent State University. She has held a Certified Genealogist® credential since 1995. Amy has worked at Ancestry.com, served as the series editor for the National Genealogical Society Guides, published by Rutledge Hill Press, and was the co-author of Online Roots in that series.Amy is the author of 31 Days to Better Genealogy, a resource guide filled with practical tips you can put into practice right away, as well as more than 40 articles in various genealogical publications. She has presented at genealogy's top events, including RootsTech.Amy has never turned down an offer to go visit a cemetery.Watch my Photo Detective Facebook page for announcements about our Heritage and History FB Live. About Maureen Taylor:Maureen is a frequent keynote speaker on photo identification, photograph preservation, and family history at historical and genealogical societies, museums, conferences, libraries, and other organizations across the U.S., London and Canada. She's the author of several books and hundreds of articles and her television appearances include The View and The Today Show (where she researched and presented a complete family tree for host Meredith Vieira). She's been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Better Homes and Gardens, The Boston Globe, Martha Stewart Living, Germany's top newspaper Der Spiegel, American Spirit, and The New York Times. Maureen was recently a spokesperson and photograph expert for MyHeritage.com, an internationally known family history website and also writes guidebooks, scholarly articles and online columns for such media as Smithsonian.com. Learn more at Maureentaylor.comDid you enjoy this episode? Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts.
On stormy winter afternoons, my Mom would drag out the boxes of family photos and would reminisce about fifty years of family history. My sister and I would pick photos out of the box and ask her to tell us about the people in them. One thing would lead to another. It wasn't about the pictures. They were the inspiration for her stories. Since then, I've developed a signature approach to identifying photographs. I've used my technique on thousands of photographs over the years. There are simple answers to the who what when where and why of an image but there are deeper inquiries that require us to look out of the frame. Studying the clues is only part of the puzzle. Our family history adds a layer. So does local, state, national, and international history. It's the intersection of all these things where the magic happens. Think about a photo in your family. It doesn't have to be an old one. You're probably wondering where to start? I can help with that.Related Episodes:Episode 39: Finding Identity and Connection in Family PhotographsLinks:Sign up for mynewsletter.Watch my YouTube Channel.Like the Photo Detective Facebook Pageso you get notified of my Facebook Live videos.Need help organizing your photos? Check out the Essential Photo Organizing Video Course.Need help identifying family photos? Check out the Identifying Family Photographs Online Course.Have a photo you need help identifying? Sign up for photo consultation.About Maureen Taylor:Maureen is a frequent keynote speaker on photo identification, photograph preservation, and family history at historical and genealogical societies, museums, conferences, libraries, and other organizations across the U.S., London and Canada. She's the author of several books and hundreds of articles and her television appearances include The View andThe Today Show(where she researched and presented a complete family tree for host Meredith Vieira). She's been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Better Homes and Gardens, The Boston Globe, Martha Stewart Living, Germany's top newspaper Der Spiegel, American Spirit,and The New York Times. Maureen was recently a spokesperson and photograph expert for MyHeritage.com, an internationally known family history website and also writes guidebooks, scholarly articles and online columns for such media as Smithsonian.com. Learn more at Maureentaylor.comDid you enjoy this episode? Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts.
Dani is back! As a returning guest, Dani talks to Odd and Rags about her new book, Finding Identity When Chronic Pain Fades. Dani talks about her journey with an injury that lasted years, causing chronic pain and changing her life. When it was finally treated correctly and cured, Dani found herself working through what life would be like without the known company of the chronic pain. Check out Dani's book on Amazon! Follow Frau Pow on Instagram and Facebook @fraupowpodcast
What does it mean to ground our identity with Christ? And how do we attach the identities that the world offers us in order to really embrace God's identity for us? In the first episode of The Inner Life series, Dr. Bowtie Brian shares his thoughts on what an identity with Christ looks like and how it affects our daily lives. Please subscribe and rate the show on whatever podcast player you are using! Also here's a link to the podcast Instagram page @ourfaithjourneypodcast. See more about the podcast and the book giveaway details by going to www.geraldcheng.com!
What it do family! In this episode we discuss how Rachel navigated an unhealthy relationship that left her questioning who she was, if she had any value and if God was faithful. We appreciate you listening, catch us every THURSDAY for another episode!Email us at email@example.comORInstagramLove, Grace & Truth: https://www.instagram.com/lovegraceandtruth/EJ: https://www.instagram.com/_ejbrown_/ Rachel: https://www.instagram.com/rachelchardea/
I'm Nobody! Who are you? Are you – Nobody – too? ~ Emily Dickinson Michael shares his thoughts on how our identity can be shaped by our business, for better and for worse. Sponsored by: Acuity Scheduling & The Jojoba Company. Transcript: Sponsor message This episode is sponsored by Acuity, our 2018 software of choice. Acuity Scheduling is [...]
Does your family get together for family reunions? My husband's family does. Every other year the clan gathers and a key part of the planning revolves around activities. We usually have a set schedule of what happens when. It's part tradition and part common sense planning. My guest today is one organized woman. She's the editor of Reunions Magazine/ While genealogists think in terms of family reunions there are a whole lot of different types of reunions from class reunions to military gatherings. She'll share tips and techniques to make your reunion a success. Use the links in the show notes to find resources to help you plan one for your group. **About My Guest:** Edith Wagner is founder, publisher and editor of Reunions magazineand reunionsmag.com. She is author of Reunions Workbookand The Family Reunion Sourcebook(1999, Lowell House/McGraw Hill, Los Angeles CA). She has been a speaker about the business of reunions for convention and visitors bureaus and about reunion planning for workshops and conventions. She also visits and writes about reunion destinations. She has been a national spokesperson for KFC, Hebrew National Foods, the American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA) and Lifetime Furniture Co. She spent many summers making media appearances talking about reunions, reunion trends and tips to motivate more people to think about and plan reunions. She has appeared on dozens of local TV and radio shows all over the country and on the Today Show, Later Today, CBS Morning, Good Morning America, Home and Garden, CNN, NPR, Heloise and Christian Radio. She has done web chats for AARP and the Washington Postand podcasts for others and on www.reunionsmag.com. Edith was a social worker for 18 years in Los Angeles, California, Kansas City, Missouri, and Milwaukee, Wisconsin, followed by about 11 years doing specialty public relations and promotions for small businesses and non-profits. She lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin,with two goofy cats and loves to walk, swim, read, cook (and eat, of course), travel, renovate houses and spend as much time as humanly possible with her six great grand niblings. Related Episodes: Episode 39 : Finding Identity and Connections in Family Photos Episode 28: Charting Your Family History Links Book a Photo Detective RoadshowLearn more about reunions at Reunions Magazine. How one reunion lines up for the group picture. Watch my YouTube Channel. Like the Facebook Page so you get notified of my Facebook Live videos at https://www.facebook.com/MaureenPhotoDetective/.Sign up for my newsletter.Need help organizing your photos? Check out the Essential Photo Organizing Video Course.Need help identifying family photos? Check out the Identifying Family Photographs online course.Have a photo you need help identifying? Sign up for photo consultation. **About Maureen Taylor:** Maureen is a frequent keynote speaker on photo identification, photograph preservation, and family history at historical and genealogical societies, museums, conferences, libraries, and other organizations across the U.S., London and Canada. She's the author of several books and hundreds of articles and her television appearances include The View and The Today Show (where she researched and presented a complete family tree for host Meredith Vieira). She's been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Better Homes and Gardens, The Boston Globe, Martha Stewart Living, Germany's top newspaper Der Spiegel, American Spirit, and The New York Times. Maureen was recently a spokesperson and photograph expert for MyHeritage.com, an internationally known family history website and also writes guidebooks, scholarly articles and online columns for such media as Smithsonian.com. Learn more at Maureentaylor.com
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“It was kind of a shock… I had been training 4-5 days a week since I was 18. Fitness, lifting, activity… that was it for me. My identity was all wrapped up in physicality, training, and ability.” When someone is talented and works hard, it can be pretty easy for them to begin finding identity in their abilities or success. But what happens when all of that is stripped away? Where do you find your identity when everything you thought you could control like your health, your strength, and goals is gone? At the height of his successful career in the health and fitness industry, Jimmy Peña encountered sudden health challenges that he never would have predicted for his life. He quickly transitioned from being steeped in the world of strength and fitness to a world of weakness, smallness, and total dependence on God. Listen as Jimmy shares his journey of suffering his loss of identity, but finding wholeness in Christ. Read more from Jimmy at www.joniandfriends.org/podcast Joni and Friends was founded in 1979 by Joni Eareckson Tada who in a diving accident was left a quadriplegic at 17 years old. Ministry began as Tada, joined by friends around her kitchen table, responded to letters she received from people with disabilities in search of support. Over the past 40 years, the ministry has grown to serve thousands of people impacted by disability worldwide: Joni and Friends has delivered more than 150,000 wheelchairs and Bibles through Wheels for the World and provided Christian care to 63,000 special needs family members through Family Retreats. The organization also equips individuals and churches with disability ministry training and provides higher education courses through the Christian Institute on Disability. For more encouragement, download the Joni and Friends radio podcast in English or Spanish, and view inspirational videos on the Joni and Friends website. www.joniandfriends.org
The boys dive deep into a large scale issue of all athletes and humans everywhere. Listen to our thoughts on how to deal with life after a college career. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/washed-up-walkons/support
Cody finds his identity in God but Sarah struggles with the finding identity at all. Is identity the core of who you are or the mixture of everything you are? Jensen AV Club - Join the Jensen AV Club for exclusive content and to support the art you love. Deeply Curious Merch Cody: YouTube — Instagram — Twitter Sarah: YouTube — Instagram — Twitter Podcast Gear: Microphones - Recorder - Stands - Pop Filters Support our show