My friend Dr. Heidi Hastings joins us to talk about her research around betrayal trauma for women in marriages (largely around a husband's pornography use) She is married, LDS, mother of 4, lives in Frisco, Texas, sex and marriage researcher/educator, teaches Family Stress and Coping for BYU-Idaho online, Master's and Ph.D. degrees in Human Development and Family Studies from Texas Woman's University. Dr. Hastings vulnerably shares some of her own story, as well as her research, which includes a model she developed as part of her Ph.D. dissertation called “Stages of Betray of Self-Development.” The five stages (innocence, crisis, aftermath, healing, and transformation) are so helpful to those walking the road of betrayal trauma and those working to help them. Dr. Hastings concludes with important takeaways, including the role of God, how Jesus is “relief,” women need women to heal, the need for couples to communicate about pornography and sexuality, and the unhelpful role of shame in keeping pornography use “underground.” This is one of the most helpful, insightful, and powerful podcasts we've done on seeing, understanding, and solving betrayal trauma and how it is possible to move forward with peace, hope, and healing. I encourage everyone to listen to this podcast for the insights and principles Dr. Hastings shares that can help each of us have better/more healthy relationships. It also provides tools and ideas to help others in our areas of responsibility. Thank you, Dr. Hastings, for your groundbreaking work, which is so needed in our community. Honored to have you on the podcast! Links: Dr. Hastings' email: email@example.com Jesus is Relief talk based on her research: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjfGurwMl9g Google Form for submitting your story to help influence the direction of Dr Hastings' new book: https://forms.gle/Ffkg6h483ewzptBK8 Mood Log exercise to help change distressing thought patterns (see https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fi/s6cdjhdoumzqijgx198ur/Mood-logs-Dr-Hastings-Podcast.doc?rlkey=35zxda71dwbqh5065kxrd6hei&dl=0). For details about how to implement this form, check out the full book, When Panic Attacks by D. D. Burns (2006).
The year 1948 sees the establishment of two separate Korean governments in the north and south. Amidst growing tensions between the US and the USSR, the Korean peninsula seems poised to become the location of the first direct confrontation between the Soviets and Americans over spheres of influence. Email me Follow me on Twitter Like the show on Facebook Watch the show on YouTube Visit the eBay store Bibliography Cumings, Bruce. The Korean War: A History. Modern Library, 2010. Hanley, Charles J. Ghost Flames: Life and Death in a Hidden War, Korea 1950-1953. Hachette Book Group, 2020. Hastings, Max. The Korean War. Simon and Schuster, 1987. Jager, Sheila Miyoshi. Brothers at War: The Unending Conflict in Korea. W.W. Norton and Company, 2013. Stueck, William. The Korean War: An International History. Princeton University Press, 1995. Cover Image: As U.S. infantrymen march into the Naktong River region, they pass a line of fleeing refugees. August 11th, 1950. (Photo by Bettmann via Getty Images) Opening Theme: Symphony No. 9 in E minor, "From the New World", Op. 95, B. 178 by Antonín Dvořák Closing Theme: Arirang, traditional Korean song, performed by the New York Philharmonic in Pyongyang, 2008.
Episode Summary: How does God reveal himself to you during simple moments in life? God moments are real and occur all around us all the time. The ability to recognize a God moment differentiates between an average and an extraordinary day. Pastor Gale Kragt and I talk about recognizing God moments in our lives. Quotables from the episode: Learn to see all the opportunities that are around you daily and be encouraged to step out in faith. If we want to recognize God moments in our lives, pray and ask God to make you more sensitive to those experiences around us. Experiencing God moments often comes as a result of looking for the opportunity to be a blessing. Practice stepping out in obedience to God—it feels risky but without the obedience, we don't see the blessing of participating in God Moments. Scripture References: Acts 10:38 how God anointed Jesus of Nazareth with the Holy Spirit and power, and how he went around doing good and healing all who were under the power of the devil, because God was with him. (NIV) Eph. 5:1 Therefore be imitators of God, as beloved children. (ESV) John 14:12 Very truly I tell you, whoever believes in me will do the works I have been doing, and they will do even greater things than these, because I am going to the Father. (NIV) Recommended Resources: God Moments: Amazing Encounters with the Divine in Everyday Life by Pastor Gale Kragt The Hem of His Garment: Reaching Out to God When Pain Overwhelms by Dr. Michelle Bengtson YouVersion 5-Day Devotional Reaching Out To God When Pain Overwhelms Today is Going to be a Good Day: 90 Promises to Start Your Day Off Right by Dr. Michelle Bengtson, winner of the AWSA 2023 Inspirational Gift Book of the Year Award, the Christian Literary Awards Reader's Choice Award in four categories, and the Christian Literary Awards Henri Award for Devotionals YouVersion 7-Day Devotional, Today is Going to be a Good Day YouVersion 7-Day Devotional, Today is Going to be Another Good Day Breaking Anxiety's Grip: How to Reclaim the Peace God Promises by Dr. Michelle Bengtson Breaking Anxiety's Grip Free Study Guide Free 7-Day YouVersion Bible Reading Plan for Breaking Anxiety's Grip Hope Prevails: Insights from a Doctor's Personal Journey Through Depression by Dr. Michelle Bengtson, winner of the Christian Literary Award Reader's Choice Award Hope Prevails Bible Study by Dr. Michelle Bengtson, winner of the Christian Literary Award Reader's Choice Award Trusting God Through Cancer 1 Trusting God Through Cancer 2 Revive & Thrive Women's Conference Subdue Stress and Anxiety: Fifteen Experts Offer Comprehensive Tools in Ten Minutes a Day. Use my link plus discount code BENG99 to save $90 on course (course will be $99.) Free Download: How To Fight Fearful/Anxious Thoughts and Win Social Media Links for Guest and Host: Connect with Pastor Kragt: Website / Spiritual Care Consultants Website / SCC Healing Begins Website / Facebook / YouTube For more hope, stay connected with Dr. Bengtson at: Order Book Breaking Anxiety's Grip / Order Book Hope Prevails / Website / Blog / Facebook / Twitter (@DrMBengtson) / LinkedIn / Instagram / Pinterest / YouTube Guest: Pastor Kragt holds a doctorate and master's degree in Christian Counseling and Psychology from the Carolina University of Theology in Stanley, North Carolina. He does private consulting and assists several churches in Hastings, Michigan. He served as a Chaplain for 18 years. Hosted By: Dr. Michelle Bengtson Audio Technical Support: Bryce Bengtson
Please join Kate and Sheila as they meet a classic character, Hercule Poirot, in his first appearance as the Belgian detective in Agatha Christie's, The Mysterious Affair at Styles. The story is told from the viewpoint of Hastings, a soldier wounded in WW I who comes to his wealthy friend John Cavendish's estate in need of a place to convalesce. During his visit, John's stepmother, Emily Inglethorp is murdered with poison! Hastings seeks the help of Poirot, his acquaintance who is blessed with gifted insight which is greatly needed in this case where suspects abound. “You gave too much rein to your imagination. Imagination is a good servant, and a bad master” was the advice Poirot gave Hastings, who considers himself to be somewhat of a junior detective. Hastings would prefer that Poirot just tell him what he notices and concludes instead of making him figure things out on his own. Although this format is frustrating to Hastings it is intriguing for readers because we get to be sleuths too! “If the fact will not fit the theory–let the theory go.” Clues abound in this who-done-it, the trouble is some are important and some are red herrings. See if you can solve the case before Poirot! Don't worry there are no spoilers in this episode, just a quick gist of the story. Put on your trench coat and get a magnifying glass and get ready to give your brain a workout! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/recapbookchat/message
In this episode, Mark recites part 5 of the Prologue to his 2022 novel 'The Wolf In Us' - the sequel to his books 'The Wolf In Me', 'The Wolf In You', and 'Vega - The Vampire King'. The story of Olivia Hunter continues. The tale of The Wolf deepens. The Vampire King makes a discovery. Revelations are revealed. Connections are made. Tragedy and trauma leave unseen scars. Reflections come to light. Realisations are realised. Life and death, dreams and love, provide an answer to the question: What is The Wolf In Us? You can read Mark's poetry on his website http://MarkThePoet.Me, and you can purchase all of Mark's books of poetry, short-story anthologies, and novellas on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3HjAJMC --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/markthepoet/message
In this episode, Mark recites part 4 of the Prologue to his 2022 novel 'The Wolf In Us' - the sequel to his books 'The Wolf In Me', 'The Wolf In You', and 'Vega - The Vampire King'. The story of Olivia Hunter continues. The tale of The Wolf deepens. The Vampire King makes a discovery. Revelations are revealed. Connections are made. Tragedy and trauma leave unseen scars. Reflections come to light. Realisations are realised. Life and death, dreams and love, provide an answer to the question: What is The Wolf In Us? You can read Mark's poetry on his website http://MarkThePoet.Me, and you can purchase all of Mark's books of poetry, short-story anthologies, and novellas on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3HjAJMC --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/markthepoet/message
In this episode, Mark recites part 3 of the Prologue to his 2022 novel 'The Wolf In Us' - the sequel to his books 'The Wolf In Me', 'The Wolf In You', and 'Vega - The Vampire King'. The story of Olivia Hunter continues. The tale of The Wolf deepens. The Vampire King makes a discovery. Revelations are revealed. Connections are made. Tragedy and trauma leave unseen scars. Reflections come to light. Realisations are realised. Life and death, dreams and love, provide an answer to the question: What is The Wolf In Us? You can read Mark's poetry on his website http://MarkThePoet.Me, and you can purchase all of Mark's books of poetry, short-story anthologies, and novellas on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3HjAJMC --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/markthepoet/message
Poor weather may have kept punters away from Splash Planet's opening day yesterday - but a few hardy souls still braved the rain to be the first to experience the spruced up park in Hastings. The council brought an old and tired Splash Planet back from the brink this year, giving it a $2.4million glow-up to keep it open. Our reporter Lauren Crimp was among the first through the gates.
In this episode, Mark recites part 2 of the Prologue to his 2022 novel 'The Wolf In Us' - the sequel to his books 'The Wolf In Me', 'The Wolf In You', and 'Vega - The Vampire King'. The story of Olivia Hunter continues. The tale of The Wolf deepens. The Vampire King makes a discovery. Revelations are revealed. Connections are made. Tragedy and trauma leave unseen scars. Reflections come to light. Realisations are realised. Life and death, dreams and love, provide an answer to the question: What is The Wolf In Us? You can read Mark's poetry on his website http://MarkThePoet.Me, and you can purchase all of Mark's books of poetry, short-story anthologies, and novellas on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3HjAJMC --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/markthepoet/message
After having long been subjected to the rule of foreign powers, it seemed that with the defeat of Japan, the dream of Korean independence might finally be realized. However, the victorious allied powers of World War II had other plans. Download Every Email me Follow me on Twitter Like the show on Facebook Watch the show on YouTube Visit the eBay store Bibliography Cumings, Bruce. The Korean War: A History. Modern Library, 2010. Hanley, Charles J. Ghost Flames: Life and Death in a Hidden War, Korea 1950-1953. Hachette Book Group, 2020. Hastings, Max. The Korean War. Simon and Schuster, 1987. Jager, Sheila Miyoshi. Brothers at War: The Unending Conflict in Korea. W.W. Norton and Company, 2013. Stueck, William. The Korean War: An International History. Princeton University Press, 1995. Cover Image: As U.S. infantrymen march into the Naktong River region, they pass a line of fleeing refugees. August 11th, 1950. (Photo by Bettmann via Getty Images) Opening Theme: Symphony No. 9 in E minor, "From the New World", Op. 95, B. 178 by Antonín Dvořák Closing Theme: Arirang, traditional Korean song, performed by the New York Philharmonic in Pyongyang, 2008.
Hastings, Rama and Abbott talk about the upcoming sale and the effect Horace Backus has had on their lives.This is a truly one-of-a-kind collection of Holstein sale catalogs and historical memorabilia from the personal collection of Holstein legend Horace Backus and it will be offered in an online auction on November 28 – 29 and 30 via cowbuyer.com. During his career of more than 65 years as a leading sale manager and unrivaled pedigree expert, Horace Backus may have done more than any other single individual to add value to Registered Holsteins, to instill confidence in the auction sale market and to inspire Holstein breeders everywhere.The proceeds from the sale will be used to support Horace who is recovering from a stroke suffered earlier this summer.The Horace Backus Online Memorabilia Auction is being organized by David Rama of The Cattle Exchange, Delhi, N.Y.
On this week's Friday LIVE Nov. 17 from Nebraska Public Media, Andy Hermann, Dave Hughes, and guests have lively conversations about: Chase Hasty The Magician's performance in Holdrege; the next Lincoln Organ Showcase concert with Eldred Marshall; Keri Chryst and the French Connection in Grand Island; Nebraska Trumpet Ensemble concert in Lincoln; Ted Wheeler's new book and appearance; “Loosely Assembled, “ the exhibit curated by Karissa Johnson at WallSpace-LNK; Keri Chryst's residency in Hastings; and Opera Omaha and Nebraska Writers Collective's Poetry & Music Project. Also, poetry from Jessica Poli and a preview of Voices of Omaha's "Messiah" performance.
A small vege shop in rural Hastings has just re-opened its doors, nine months after it was destroyed during cyclone Gabrielle. The shelves are still fairly bare, and most of the roadside signs advertising available produce were washed away in the floods. But while it might not look it, locals are spreading the word that Springfield is open - to help a couple in their seventies get back on their feet. Reporter Lauren Crimp paid them a visit.
Rachael recounts her personal experiences as scientology tried to "cure" her of being gay. She explains what it was like working directly for Miscavige, including that his $10,000 per day hair and make up people were not allowed to be gay, and the absolute insanity of what had to be done to make his hair look "perfect" for photos and video. It's some ridiculously crazy stuff.Get Mike's book: "A Billion Years My Escape from a Life in the Highest Ranks of Scientology" on Amazon. Find me on X (Twitter): / mikerinder Instagram: / rindermike Facebook: / rindermike Visit the Mike Rinder store for merch -- t-shirts, hoodies, mugs, mousepads and more: ...
Every day, thousands of people across the motu are struggling to secure a stable home. But in Hastings, a new housing strategy has made a massive dent in the number of households living in emergency accommodation - it's dropped almost 70 percent in the last 18 months alone. Lauren Crimp looks at what's behind the welcome decline.
Rachael Hastings was a Sea Org member at Scientology Media Productions, and a favored camerawoman of David Miscavige. As part of an "ethics handling" for being gay, she was required to interrogate a man who admitted to molesting young girls -- scientology officials refused to report this to the appropriate authorities or even kick him out of the Sea Org.Due to algorithms and policies we have deleted the name of the perpetrator and some of the details from the interview. They can be found on Mike's blog here: https://www.mikerindersblog.org/anoth...Get Mike's book: "A Billion Years My Escape from a Life in the Highest Ranks of Scientology" on Amazon. Find me on X (Twitter): / mikerinder Instagram: / rindermike Facebook: / rindermike Visit the Mike Rinder store for merch -- t-shirts, hoodies, mugs, mousepads and more: ...
It's time for Short Time Shots, a quick look at the day in college wrestling. Did you know 15 years ago, Kyle Klingman and I launched our very first podcast called Wrestling 411. Yup, now over 3,000 episodes later, I'm still trying to figure this out. In Blacksburg, the raucous crowd at Cassell Coliseum was silenced both early and late as the eighth-ranked Buckeyes topped the fifth-ranked Hokies 24-12. The biggest win came at the jump as Brendan McCrone majored All-American Eddie Ventresca 11-3 at 125 pounds. With Ventresca leading in the second period, McCrone countered Ventresca to his back, picking up a seven point move and went from trailing 3-2 to up 9-3. Isaac Wilcox used a third-period takedown to upend Connor Brady 6-5 in a pivotal swing bout. Ryder Rogotzke's dual meet debut at 184 pounds was a big one as the 2023 Junior Schalles Award winner scored his fifth fall of the year over Sam Fisher. Two freshmen Buckeyes - Luke Geog and Nick Feldman - would take wins over ranked opponents to close out the win for Tom Ryan's squad. The Hokies did pick up three notable ranked wins - Caleb Henson beat Dylan D'Emilio at 149, Bryce Andonian beat high school teammate Paddy Gallagher at 157 and Mekhi Lewis beat Carson Kharchla at 174. Ninth-ranked Nebraska rolled past Campbell 37-4 in Lincoln. The Huskers earned six bonus victories and saw a stellar return from Peyton Robb at 157 pounds after his freak infection that nearly cost him his leg last offseason. The Huskers two best wins came at the first two weights as Lenny Pinto edged Caleb Hopkins 6-5 at 184 and Silas Allred beat Levi Hopkins 11-6 at 197 pounds. At Gallagher-Iba Arena, Oklahoma State won nine of 10 to top visiting Bucknell 38-6. The only stumble came at 174 pounds, where Oklahoma State injury defaulted late in the first period after an apparent hamstring injury from Brayden Thompson. Daton Fix and Dustin Plott each scored falls, while Troy Spratley at 125 and Luke Surber at 197 earned techs. Three straight bonus victories for Indiana at 174, 184 and 197 helped pull the host Hoosiers past upset-minded Rider 27-15 at historic Assembly Hall on Friday. Trailing 15-10, D.J. Washington picked up a technical fall over Mike Wilson, then transfer Roman Rogotzke pinned Isaac Dean in the third period at 184 pounds, the second big fall of the night for the Rogotzke family at the weight class. Up 21-16, Gabe Sollars slammed the door on Rider with a second-period fall over Azeem Bell at 197. Rider's top win came at 149 pounds, where Quinn Kinner knocked off Graham Rooks, who's ranked in the top 10 in most, if not all, of the rankings. Ned Shuck and the Bellarmine Knights opened up with a 49-0 win over Division II Kentucky Wesleyan Friday night in Louisville. Word is they got a pretty boisterous crowd down there for Coach Shuck. Out west, Wyoming rolled past host CSU Bakersfield 40-3. The Cowboys got falls from Riley Davis at 174 pounds and Paolo Salminen at 157 pounds. In Division III, TCNJ beat Wilkes 35-11 and we'll keep with the acronym theme as Muhlenberg beat NJCU 38-7. Arizona Christian won four duals - beating Division II New Mexico Highlands 25-20, Simpson (Calif.) 40-15 and a pair of California Junior Colleges - Cerritos 46-9 and Sierra College 52-0 at the Mile High Duals in Prescott, Arizona, hosted by Embry-Riddle. Elsewhere in the NAIA, Dakota Wesleyan beat Ridgewater of the NJCAA 32-15. Good number of Junior Colleges were in action at the Mile High Duals and around the country as well. North Idaho beat Ellsworth 49-0 and Southeast, again, the one in Nebraska, 35-6. Southeast beat Ellsworth 30-19. Back in Prescott, Snow beat Cerritos 41-10, NAIA Embry-Riddle 24-22, and Sierra 53-0. On the women's side, Life picked up home wins over Hastings and Marymount at home before hosting Eagle Madness in Marietta on Saturday. Remember, these aren't all the scores, but it's a lot of them. Full Division I scoreboard can be found at CollegeWrestlingScoreboard.com and all tournament links from every division can be found at almanac.mattalkonline.com.
On this week's Friday LIVE Nov. 10 from Nebraska Public Media, Genevieve Randall and guests have lively conversations about: Brad Colerick at the Benson Theatre in Omaha; the historical movie “Comenius: Life and Legacy of John Amos Comenius” in Kearney; concerts by Nebraska Chamber Players in Lincoln; "Artist From Outside; Take a Breath" exhibition in Hastings; UNL Outdoor Adventures' "No Man's Land Film Festival" in Lincoln; and "O Pioneers!" in Lincoln. Also, more poetry from Kimberly Reyes and a look at the next Omaha Symphony concert.
Rep. Kelly Hastings has served in the General Assembly since 2011, however his work in NC politics dates back to 1992 when Lt. Governor Jim Gardner ran for Governor against Jim Hunt. It's also when the Cleveland County Republican met a young campaign volunteer by the name of Tim Moore, and a friendship began. The 7-term legislator opens up about his life, growing up with a learning disability, his military service, the toll of politics on family, and caring for aging parents. Skye and Brian also tick through local elections across North Carolina and explore what the results in Virginia, Kentucky, and Ohio mean for 2024 in the state. Plus, Auditor Beth Wood is indicted, Speaker Moore's congressional launch ad, a rumored shake-up in the Buncombe County delegation, #TOTW, and Skye is getting her conceal carry gun permit. The Do Politics Better podcast is sponsored by New Frame, the NC Travel Industry Association, the NC Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, the NC Pork Council, and the NC Healthcare Association.
Join us on the podcast as we dive deep into the inspiring origins and dynamic future of Executive Help Now! (EHN). In this episode, Renee, the visionary founder of EHN, takes us on a journey from her formative years in Madison, Wisconsin, where a summer youth employment program sparked her lifelong passion for helping others and impeccable organizational skills, to the evolution of these early experiences into a successful business ownership. Discover how EHN's commitment to personalized client support is redefining the virtual assistance industry. Renee will share the secret sauce behind EHN's unique team-approach model, where clients are paired with a dedicated virtual assistant (VA) whose skills, personality, and style are a perfect fit for their needs. Learn about the robust support network that ensures continuity and reliability, guaranteeing that someone is always ready to step in without missing a beat. But that's not all. We'll also delve into the cutting-edge strategies Renee and her team use to automate and manage virtual assistants effectively. Get insights into the technologies and practices that allow EHN to remain at the forefront of the industry, ensuring their clients can focus on making a change, leaving a legacy, and having an impact. Whether you're an entrepreneur, a business owner, or someone interested in the power of mentorship and community support, this episode is packed with valuable lessons, heartfelt stories, and actionable strategies. Tune in to learn how Executive Help Now! isn't just a business—it's a mission to empower, assist, and excel. Disclaimer: Not advice. Educational purposes only. Not an endorsement for or against. Results not vetted. Views of the guests do not represent those of the host or show. Do your due diligence. Click here to join PodMatch (the "AirBNB" of Podcasting): https://www.joinpodmatch.com/drchrisloomdphd We couldn't do it without the support of our listeners. To help support the show: CashApp- https://cash.app/$drchrisloomdphd Venmo- https://account.venmo.com/u/Chris-Loo-4 Buy Me a Coffee- https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chrisJx Thank you to our sponsor, CityVest: https://bit.ly/37AOgkp Click here to schedule a 1-on-1 private coaching call: https://www.drchrisloomdphd.com/book-online Click here to purchase my books on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2PaQn4p Follow our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/chL1357 Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/drchrisloomdphd Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thereal_drchrisloo Follow us on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@drchrisloomddphd Follow the podcast on Spotify: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/christopher-loo Subscribe to our Substack newsletter: https://substack.com/@drchrisloomdphd1 Subscribe to our Medium newsletter: https://medium.com/@drchrisloomdphd Subscribe to our email newsletter: https://financial-freedom-for-physicians.ck.page/b4622e816d Thank you to our advertisers on Spotify. Financial Freedom for Physicians, Copyright 2023
On this week's episode of the Radio Times Podcast is the comedian, Jo Brand. Raised in Kent, she was a student at Tunbridge Wells Girls Grammar School and on a sure-fire path to Oxbridge. However, when her parents attempted to uproot her and move to Hastings, she revolted and left home as a teenager. She got her life back on track after accidentally setting the bed-sit she was living in on fire and trained as a psychiatric nurse – a career she pursued until she made a name for herself in the alternative comedy scene of the 1980s. The rest is history – she's a BAFTA award-winning actress and a national treasure. In this episode she sits down with Kelly-Anne Taylor to discuss how her nursing days primed her for a career in comedy, how she never had a life-plan and why she never watches herself on panel shows. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Hupp Motor Company, a serious carmaker with a whimsical name, emerged from the ambition of Robert Craig Hupp. Born in Grand Rapids and raised in Detroit, Hupp's journey began at Olds Motor Works and continued at Ford Motor Company, where he honed his skills on the Model K.Leaving Ford in 1907, Hupp set out to create a lightweight car tailored for American roads. With funds from J. Walter Drake, Joseph R. Drake, and John E. Baker, the Hupp Motor Car Company was born in 1908. As capital dwindled, Charles D. Hastings stepped in to finance a prototype for the upcoming Detroit Auto Show.On a frigid night, snow drifting into their makeshift workspace, Hupp and Hastings feverishly completed their masterpiece: the two-seater Huppmobile Model 20. At its debut on February 15, 1909, the car garnered enough interest and $50 deposits to raise $25,000 and propel the company into production.From rented factories to larger facilities, production soared from 1,618 cars in 1909 to 12,543 by 1913. The Huppmobile's reputation for affordability and reliability led to its selection as Detroit's first police cars.A bold marketing stunt saw three men drive a Huppmobile around the world from November 10, 1910 to January 24, 1912. The 49,000-mile journey captured imaginations worldwide and solidified the Huppmobile as a global export. This heroic journey was covered in the book "Three Men in a Hupp: Around the World by Automobile, 1910-1912" by James A. Ward, link in the show notes.However, two critical factors hampered success. First, Hupp ceased production of their lightweight model; secondly, he sold his stock and left his company in September 1911 due to differing visions.Hupp started other car ventures without achieving similar success; most notably the Hupp Yates Electric Car Company with his brother Lewis. After legal disputes and rebranding to RCH Company, Hupp eventually joined Monarch Motor Car Company. By 1920, electric cars had lost popularity, and the RCH Hupp Yates was discontinued.Meanwhile, the Hupp Motor Car Company continued to expand its operations, creating a legacy that would endure for over three decades.The automaker's sales swelled like a tidal wave; from 15,000 units in 1921 to a staggering 65,000 by 1928. In a bid to capture the founder's magic, Hump Motor launched a cross-country odyssey on August 28, 1916. The Humpmobile Model N danced through all 48 state capitals, traversing 18,430 miles over four months.Robert Hupp's flame was extinguished on December 7, 1931, at age 55. Only to prove Bobby right, the company forged ahead into luxury, only to crumble under the weight of bankruptcy on November 1, 1940. Sales peaked in 1928 but quickly plummeted to around 17,500 in 1931.Resurrected as Hupp Incorporated in 1941, the company shifted its focus from cars to air conditioning and heating units. The old Hupp facility passed through various hands until it was demolished in '80-'81, giving way to General Motors' Poletown plant.www.nodrivinggloves.com"Three Men in a Hupp: Around the World by Automobile, 1910-1912" by James A. Ward,#cars #car #collectorcars #cartalk #carhistory #automotivehistory #automobile #thisdayinautomotivehistory #thisdayinhistory #classiccars #hupmobile #aaca #NaPosPoMo
Another feller from Mass here to talk about how good their fishing is while I cry behind the microphone for over an hour. In all seriousness I absolutely love talking with New England guys and after every conversation is makes me want to visit more and more, this talk with Jon is no different. We seem to have shard a lot of similar stories and experiences which was super funny to me. Please make sure to follow Jon if you don't already, dude is a low-key hammer. Jon's socials: IG: jonnybass64 Check out Leviathan Rods, and use code scales20 at check out for 20% off all your rod purchases! https://www.leviathanrods.com Check out the new official SNT tackle shop sponsor, Lake Pro Tackle! Use code "SCALES" at checkout for 15% off your order of any conventional or Swimbait-related products! https://lakeprotackle.com/ Pro Bass Adventures Mexico is the only company with lodges on both Lake El Salto and Lake Lake Baccarac in western Mexico. More 10+ pound monster bass have consistently been caught from these two lakes than anywhere else on earth. If you are considering a Mexico bass fishing trip, look no further. https://www.mexicofishing.net/index.html Meat Crafters is now offering 10% off their site when you use code SCALESNSLICES at checkout! This is small batch meat made with immense quality and attention to detail. My favorite product of theirs so far is the Raging Brats! Made with real local brewed IPA and fresh ingredients to complement the whole Brat, it's no surprise why this is my favorite! https://www.meatcrafters.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sntpod/support
We're joined now on #PacificDays by Peleti Oli to talanoa about the Trilogy Barber Expo on 18th November in Hastings. Date: November 18, 2023 Location: Hastings, New Zealand Main venue: Atrium at Tribune Hawkes Bay, 203 Queen Street East, Hastings 4122 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Nghe trọn sách nói Netflix - Phá Bỏ Nguyên Tắc Để Bứt Phá trên ứng dụng Fonos: https://fonos.link/PCFonos--Về Fonos:Fonos là Ứng dụng âm thanh số - Với hơn 13.000 nội dung gồm Sách nói có bản quyền, Podcast, Ebook, Tóm tắt sách, Thiền định, Truyện ngủ, Nhạc chủ đề, Truyện thiếu nhi. Bạn có thể nghe miễn phí chương 1 của tất cả sách nói trên Fonos. Tải app để trải nghiệm ngay!--Từ trước đến nay chưa từng có công ty nào như Netflix. Họ đã dẫn dắt cuộc cách mạng trong ngành giải trí, thu về hàng tỉ đô la doanh thu hằng năm bằng cách thu hút trí tưởng tượng của hàng trăm triệu khách hàng trên hơn 190 quốc gia.Là một dịch vụ cho thuê DVD trực tuyến ra đời năm 1988, Netflix đã phải làm mới bản thân hết lần này đến lần khác trước khi đạt được những đỉnh cao trên. Nhà sáng lập Reed Hastings đã từ bỏ những cách làm truyền thống mà nhiều công ty khác vẫn vận hành. Thay vào đó, ông xây dựng một văn hóa tập trung vào tự do và trách nhiệm, giúp Netflix thích nghi và đổi mới khi nhu cầu của thế giới xung quanh cũng như của các thành viên công ty thay đổi.Hastings đặt ra những tiêu chuẩn mới, xem trọng con người hơn quy trình, nhấn mạnh đổi mới hơn hiệu quả, và truyền đạt tầm nhìn của mình đến nhân viên thay vì kiểm soát họ. Netflix không có chính sách ngày phép hay quy định công tác phí. Tại Netflix, "người có kết quả làm việc bình thường nhận được gói trợ cấp thôi việc hào phóng", và "làm việc chăm chỉ là không cần thiết". Tại Netflix, bạn không cần cố gắng làm hài lòng cấp trên, bạn phải đưa ra phản hồi trung thực.Lần đầu tiên, trong tác phẩm này, Hastings và Erin Meyer, tác giả cuốn sách The Culture Map và là một trong những nhà tư tưởng kinh doanh có tầm ảnh hưởng lớn nhất, cùng đi sâu vào các triết lý gây tranh cãi là tâm điểm của tinh thần Netflix. Dựa trên phỏng vấn nhân viên Netflix từ khắp thế giới và những câu chuyện chưa từng được tiết lộ về sự nghiệp của Hastings, Netflix - Phá Bỏ Nguyên Tắc Để Bứt Phá là câu chuyện thú vị nhưng chưa từng được kể về một trong những công ty đột phá, sáng tạo, và thành công nhất thế giới.--Tìm hiểu thêm về Fonos: https://fonos.vn/Theo dõi Facebook Fonos: https://www.facebook.com/fonosvietnam/
by Charles Lear, author of “The Flying Saucer Investigators.”In 1975, after the Travis Walton Incident on November 5, because of the attention it received in the press and among the UFO community, there were two flaps in Florida that fell through the cracks and have all but been forgotten. The first one was in the area of Miami- Dade County that started on the same day as the Walton incident, and the second was a little over a month later around 50 miles south of Jacksonville in the small farming community of Hastings. The Miami-Dade reports received a good amount of local press, as did the Hastings reports. The Hastings reports were looked into by the Aerial Phenomena Research Organization, and there is an article on the case in the January 1976 APRO Bulletin.Read more →This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5922140/advertisement
On this week's Friday LIVE Nov. 3 from Nebraska Public Media, Genevieve Randall and guests have lively conversations about: Nebraska Folklife's Dia De Los Muertos event: The Sandhills Symphony concert; “Vivaldi's Four Seasons” performed by Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra; The Brevet at The Lark in Hastings; Rascal Martinez at the National Willa Cather Center's Red Cloud Opera House; "Not Too Far Distant" at the Lied Center; and Lincoln Literacy's Global Celebration. Also, poetry from Kimberly Reyes and a look at the next Omaha Symphony concerts.
Are you ready to explore the world of online marketing and revolutionise your e-commerce game? Join us on this journey as we dive into 'How to Plan 12 Months of Online Marketing in 45 Minutes' with Fiona Allman-Treen from "FAT Promotions". Get ready to discover new strategies, surprising revelations, and expert insights that will take your online business to new heights.
ORIGINAL AIR DATE: October 26, 2018“Samhain” (pronounced "sow-in," with the "ow" like in "cow," or “sow-een,” with “ow” as in “glow”) is an Irish Gaelic term for the time of "summer's end,” as well as a festival to mark the end of the harvest season and the onset of winter which, in the Gaelic / Celtic calendar, marked the beginning of the year. Because the Celtic day began and ended at sunset, not sunrise, the festival was traditionally celebrated from October 31 to November 1. Sanhaim is the ancient backdrop to Halloween, not only in terms of the calendar, but also in terms of basically all the modern elements of that holiday. This episode investigates the history of Samhain and its curious links to the ancient biblical worldview of demons, giants, and the realm of the dead.Articles for this episode:In public domain, via archive.org, from Hastings' Encyclopædia of Religion and Ethics (ed. James Hastings, John A. Selbie, and Louis H. Gray; Edinburgh; New York: T. & T. Clark; Charles Scribner's Sons, 1908–1926):“(Celtic) Cosmogony”“Celtic Feasts and Festivals”“Irish Deities”Journal articles not in public domain:Helen Sewell Johnson, “November Eve Beliefs and Customs in Irish Life and Literature,” The Journal of American Folklore 81:320 (Apr. – Jun., 1968), pp. 133-142Jack Santino, “Halloween in America: Contemporary Customs and Performances,” Western Folklore 42:1 (Jan., 1983), pp. 1-20rThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4656375/advertisement
The Rev. Christopher Maronde, pastor of St. John Lutheran Church in Hastings, IA, and St. Paul Lutheran Church in Oakland, IA joins the Rev. Dr. Phil Booe to study Mark 5:21-6:6. This passage opens with Jairus, a desperate synagogue leader, seeking Jesus' help to save his dying daughter. Interrupting this urgent mission is a miraculous encounter with a woman who has suffered from a chronic ailment for twelve years takes center stage, illustrating the profound impact of unwavering faith. This passage culminates with Jesus' return to his hometown of Nazareth, where his wisdom and authority face resistance and disbelief from those who knew him as a young carpenter. Beneath the fast-paced action of Jesus' ministry in the Gospel of Mark lies a profound theological message: we are all in bondage to sin and cannot free ourselves. Though Jesus performs mighty deeds and calls people to repent, they repeatedly fail to understand his true identity and mission. Even his disciples abandon him in his darkest hour. Yet Jesus willingly suffers and dies on the cross as a ransom for many, accomplishing what we could not do ourselves - securing our justification before God. Mark presents Jesus not just as a miracle worker but as the divine Savior whose atoning sacrifice makes salvation possible for lost sinners.
This week we finish ouyr two parter on the Donner party and discuss the multiple methods of survival attempted in this tale. We discuss the Forlorn Hope group who trekked through harrowing tundra and about the four rescue parties. With tragedy often comes hindsight but in this tale it truly feels like man is the ultimate villain. We wrap up Spooktober with this and we all look forward to less of a bummer in the holidays.Thanks for listening and remember to like, rate, review, and email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet us at @C3Podcast. Also check out our Patreon: www.patreon.com/cultscryptidsconspiracies. Thank you to T.J. Shirley for our theme.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4145155/advertisement
DEVOCIÓN MATUTINA PARA ADULTOS 2023“YO ESTOY CONTIGO”Narrado por: Roberto NavarroDesde: Montreal, CanadáUna cortesía de DR'Ministries y Canaan Seventh-Day Adventist Church 22 DE OCTUBRE "EL SEÑOR VIENE CON PODER" ¡Miren! Dios, el Señor, viene con poder, y su brazo dominará. ¡Miren! Ya trae con él su recompensa; ya le precede el galardón (Isaías 40:10, RVC). Los adventistas del séptimo día somos los hijos de un grupo de hombres y mujeres que esperaban la segunda venida de Cristo el 22 de octubre de 1844. Como sabemos, el Señor no vino, y la fe de muchos fue zarandeada. Leonard Hastings fue uno de los que tuvo que vivir en carne propia la experiencia del Chasco de 1844. Hastings era un granjero que residía en New Ipswich, New Hampshire . * Tras aceptar el mensaje adventista, Hastings se dedicó por completo a la predicación de la Palabra.En 1844, como creía fervorosamente en que Cristo vendría aquel 22 de octubre, Hastings decidió no cosechar sus papas. ¿Para qué hacerlo si serían quemadas por el fuego del advenimiento? Muchos de sus vecinos se le acercaron y le pidieron cosechar el tubérculo, pero Hastings se oponía a ello. Dos cosas pasaron ese año: 1) Jesús no regresó a la tierra; 2) una plaga arruinó las cosechas de papas. Como las papas de Hastings habían permanecido bajo la tierra, no se vieron afectadas por la plaga.¿Y qué pasó con Hastings? Comprendió que los milleritas se habían equivocado con respecto a la fecha de la venida del Señor, sus papás se vendieron a un excelente precio, sus vecinos tuvieron que comprarle sus semillas para la siembra del año siguiente y siguió estudiando la Biblia. Hastings llegó a comprender adecuadamente el cronograma profético de Daniel y Apocalipsis.La amarga experiencia de octubre de 1844 acabó siendo una bendición para Hastings y su familia. Lo que parecía ser un acontecimiento bochornoso se convirtió en un excelente medio para dar testimonio a la gente de las bondades del Creador. Y es que, aunque "muchas son las aflicciones del justo, pero de todas ellas lo librará Jehová" (Salmo 34:19). Hastings comprendió que esa bendición no era solo para él, sino también para todos sus vecinos. Dios premió el testimonio de su fe.Hastings murió en 1883, pero su fe y su testimonio siguen hablando por él. Muy pronto Hastings y los creyentes de todos los siglos verán el cumplimiento de esta promesa: "¡Miren! Dios, el Señor, viene con poder, y su brazo dominará. ¡Miren! Ya trae con él su recompensa; ya le precede el galardón". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". ". "." (Isaías 40:10, RVC). Ese día concluirán todos nuestros chascos.* Arthur L. White, Elena G. de White: Los primeros años: 1827-1862 (Hagerstown, Maryland: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1985), t. 1, pág. 118.
Lauren Hastings is a speech-language pathologist, private practice owner, business coach, podcaster, and Ph.D. student. In 2016, Lauren began full-time work in her practice, Hear to Speak, in South Fulton (Atlanta) Georgia which serves the pediatric population using a community-based model. She expresses her love for her profession and the African-American community through her weekly podcast, Speech Tea. She enjoys co-hosting the podcast with her colleague, Lauren Prather, discussing topics impacting minorities and breaking down special education concepts in understandable terms. Currently, she is obtaining her Ph.D. in Educational Studies in Diverse Populations with a concentration in Health Disparities at the University of Alabama Birmingham and restructured her practice to include advocacy services. IG: @sassySLP Facebook: Lauren Hastings, SLP Tiktok: @sassySLP Youtube: Hear to Speak Academy www.heartospeakacademy.com ________________________________________________________ This episode is brought to you by TheraPlatform. If you're a therapist in private practice looking to spend more time with clients and less time on admin tasks, it may be time to consider automation software. TheraPlatform is an all-in-one EHR, practice management and teletherapy software built specifically for therapists and it's designed to automate day-to-day tasks. TheraPlatform offers a free, 30-day trial with no credit card required. Visit theraplatform.com today. For TheraPlatform: www.theraplatform.com For 30 day trial: https://www.theraplatform.com/freetrial?utm_source=telepracticetodaypodcast&utm_medium=telepracticetodaypodcast&utm_campaign=FreeTrialHeader Visit TheraPlatform today: https://www.theraplatform.com/freetrial?utm_source=telepracticetodaypodcast&utm_medium=telepracticetodaypodcast&utm_campaign=FreeTrialHeader _______________________________________________________ You can listen to this episode wherever you stream podcasts and at www.3cdigitalmedianetwork.com/telepractice-today-podcast If you want to be a content creator and have ideas for a webinar, course, podcast, or blog, please join us at the 3C Digital Media Network. To get started, contact K. Todd Houston, Founding Partner & CEO, at email@example.com and get the conversation started!
In this podcast, the hosts recap the premiere of "Lessons in Chemistry."
The NHL's Department of Player Safety hands out the first suspension and fine of the season, with two games to Howden and $5K to Danault. Kneeing and high-sticking calls downgraded after review, Bedard goes bucketless, and retired OHL/AHL linesman Kevin Hastings joins the show! Visit scoutingtherefs.com and follow @scoutingtherefs and @toddlewissports on Twitter/X, Instagram, and Threads.. Email us your questions - firstname.lastname@example.org Questions? Comments? Just looking to vent? Call the RefLine and leave us a message at 585-484-REFS! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jeb Smith is a fifth generation farmer and current Florida Farm Bureau President. His family has deep roots in Hastings, Florida located in St. Johns County and a legacy of leadership locally and throughout Florida. In this episode, we discuss his family's legacy, early memories of St. Johns County, the challenges facing agriculture as our state's population swells, and his long history with Farm Bureau. On a side note, I reversed roles and stepped in as a guest with Jeb on Farm Bureau's podcast, Rural Recharge, and we'll be sharing that segment in the future. Y'all be sure to look for it on November 3rd, and be sure to subscribe to their podcast!
The Loreboys are back to doing what they do best - making mistakes via a podcast medium. Fortunately, James's snafu this week is quickly corrected. Listen, as he tells a thrilling tale, racked by self-doubt and undermining himself at every turn. Edric the Wild's adventure begins with the Norman invasion, and takes us from flooded Roman garrisons to burnt Shrewsburys (not a euphemism). Be sure to listen before your next trip to the town of Battle, near Hastings. Hint: it's not in Kent. And join... us... at the Cheerful Earful Podcast Festival - 31st October https://www.designmynight.com/london/pubs/balham/the-bedford/cheerful-earful-podcast-festival-day-1 LoreBoys nether say die! Support the Loremen here (and get stuff): patreon.com/loremenpod ko-fi.com/loremen Check the sweet, sweet merch here... https://www.teepublic.com/stores/loremen-podcast?ref_id=24631 @loremenpod youtube.com/loremenpodcast www.instagram.com/loremenpod www.facebook.com/loremenpod
Jason opens the show talking Keeneland opening day and making racing more 'fun.' Then we welcome in Dawn Lupul to the show to talk about her new gig in British Columbia, racing from Hastings, working in management, and more!