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The Reluctant Theologian Podcast
Ep. 113 God, Mental Disorders, Evil, and Making a Meaningful Life with Kate Finley

The Reluctant Theologian Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 28:14


In today's episode I have professor Kate Finley from Hope College. We cover all sorts of things today. We are going to talk about the problem of evil. We are going to talk about mental disorders. And we are going to talk about finding meaning in life. Credits Host: R.T. Mullins (PhD, University of St Andrews) is a visiting professor of philosophy at Palm Beach Atlantic University and the University of Lucerne. Guest: Kate Finley (PhD, University of Notre Dame) is an assistant professor of philosophy at Hope College. Music by Rockandmetal_domination – Raising-questions. rtmullins.com Support the Show: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=66431474 https://ko-fi.com/rtmullins

Kelly Corrigan Wonders
The What, Why and How of Intellectual Humility

Kelly Corrigan Wonders

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 49:42


Today's episode kicks off a month long look at intellectual humility - the simple concept that all knowledge is partial. Kelly talks with researcher and academic Dr. Daryl Van Tongeren about how we come to conclusions and what, if anything, can interrupt the creation of overconfident, under-researched, ironclad, and divisive by nature convictions. Daryl teaches at Hope College in Michigan and researches the social motivation for meaning and its relation to virtues and morals. Funding for this episode was provided by UC Berkeley's Greater Good Science Center as part of its "Expanding Awareness of the Science of Intellectual Humility" initiative, supported by the John Templeton Foundation.

Mi-Fit Podcast
Curiosities and Marvels of the Human Mind with David Myers

Mi-Fit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 60:52


Have you ever taken a Psychology course in High School or College? If so, you probably used the textbook written by David G. Myers. David is a Professor at Hope College, Author to 17 books, Multiple-time award winner, and public speaker. David has spent the past 40+ years researching, studying, and teaching the nuances of social psychology. David also has a brand new book out titled, “How Do We Know Ourselves?: The Curiosities and Marvels of the Human Mind.”Topics-The importance of a curious mindset-Suggestions for a happier life-The power of our intuition -How to make things more memorable-Behavior Confirmation-Do people repress or vividly remember traumatic events?-Why fear of losing often steals our chance of winning-Why everyone else is having more fun and why we always compare upwards, not downwards-The happy science of micro friendships-Mental ImageryIf you found this conversation valuable, be sure to leave a rating, review, and share it on your social medias. Your 5 star feedback helps the show grow tremendously and helps to bring on more amazing guest like David. Enjoy!

Moments with Marianne
Humble with Daryl R. Van Tongeren PhD

Moments with Marianne

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 53:01


While it seems that our environment is continuously becoming more narcissistic, is there a way to show up in the world more authentic and kind? Tune in Friday, December 16th at 10am PST/ 1pm EST for an inspiring discussion with Daryl R. Van Tongeren, PhD, on his new #book Humble: Free Yourself from the Traps of a Narcissistic World.#MomentsWithMarianne with host Marianne Pestana airs every Tuesday at 3PM PST / 6PM EST and every Friday at 10AM PST/ 1PM EST in the Southern California area on KMET1490AM & 98.1 FM, ABC Talk News Radio affiliate! Not in the area? Click here to listen to the radio: https://tunein.com/radio/KMET-1490-s33999/ Daryl R. Van Tongeren, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Hope College. He is interested in deep and enduring questions about the human condition. As a social psychologist, he employs experimental research to investigate meaning in life, religion and identity, and virtues. https://www.darylvantongeren.comFor more show information visit: www.MariannePestana.com#bookclub #readinglist #books #bookish #healing #MariannePestana #author #authorinterview #nonfiction #kmet1490am #enlightenment #humble #humility #DarylVanTongeren #compassion #bethechange #lifeskills #lifelessons #theexperimentpublishing

Seize The Moment Podcast
David Myers - How Do We Know Ourselves? | STM Podcast #152

Seize The Moment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 62:17


On episode 152, we welcome David Myers to discuss the myth of a replication crisis in psychology research, what behavioral genetics research teaches us about the respective contributions of genes and early environments, the dual processing mind and how it differs from Freud's understanding of the unconscious, the studies underlying implicit bias and effective ways to reduce it, narcissism as pure grandiosity rather than being a mask for self-loathing, the psychological mechanisms underlying political polarization, the biological roots of sexual attraction, why our fears (including our fear of dying) are often misaligned with reality and our ability to cope with difficult circumstances, and how embracing micro-friendships can influence short-term and long-term overall happiness. David G. Myers is a social psychologist and professor of psychology at Hope College. His articles have appeared in dozens of scientific periodicals and magazines, from Science to Scientific American. He is also the author of more than fifteen books, including psychology's most widely read textbook, which has sold more than eight million copies worldwide, and general interest books including Intuition: Its Powers and Perils. His newest book, available now, is called How Do We Know Ourselves?: Curiosities and Marvels of the Human Mind. | David G. Myers | ► Website | https://davidmyers.org ► Blog |  https://t.co/I1D7qrTa1c ► Twitter | https://twitter.com/davidgmyers ► ‘How Do We Know Ourselves?' Book | https://amzn.to/3heUnzN Where you can find us: | Seize The Moment Podcast | ► Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/SeizeTheMoment ► Twitter | https://twitter.com/seize_podcast ► Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/seizethemoment ► TikTok | https://www.tiktok.com/@seizethemomentpodcast ► Patreon | https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32208666

Tell Me Something Terrible
Episode 114- 14 Month "Amnesia"

Tell Me Something Terrible

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 40:55


This week we are looking into the disappearance/ abduction/ vacation of one Steven Kubacki. Last seen on the shore of Lake Michigan, he mysteriously reappeared 14 months later in Massachusetts. The wild speculation is more warranted than usual in this story. Support the show

Michigan Business Network
Media Business | Michael Van Beek - How a Watchdog Deals with Politics, Lockdown, and Media

Michigan Business Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 19:15


Tony Conley welcomes Michael Van Beek, who is director of research for the Mackinac Center for Public Policy. He joined the Mackinac Center in June 2009 as director of education policy. He has authored several studies for the Center as well as analysis and commentaries that have been published in The Wall Street Journal, National Review, The Hill, The Detroit News, the Detroit Free Press, and elsewhere. Van Beek obtained his graduate degree in history from Purdue University and his undergraduate degree from Hope College. He lives in Midland, Mich., with his wife and three children. His favorite color is orange. » Visit MBN website: www.michiganbusinessnetwork.com/ » Subscribe to MBN's YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCqNX… » Like MBN: www.facebook.com/mibiznetwork » Follow MBN: twitter.com/MIBizNetwork/ » MBN Instagram: www.instagram.com/mibiznetwork/ Thank you to Benjamin Robinson and Motor City Skyline's music

Under the Cortex
Failure and Flourishing

Under the Cortex

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 17:42


In the final discussion with social psychologist David Myers, a professor of psychology at Hope College in Michigan, APS's Ludmila Nunes talks with him about the third section of his book, in which he applies his psychological insights to the larger world around us.  Listen to the previous episodes featuring David Myers and his latest book, How Do We Know Ourselves? Curiosities and Marvels of the Human Mind. You'll get to know more about David's career and his goals of helping his readers and students think critically, savor the world, and develop a sense of wonder and respect for “the human creature.”   Read more about David Myers's new book, including an excerpt of the chapter Failure and Flourishing here.

Hearing Voices with Scott Watson Podcast
Meg Morehouse talks Hope College Basketball

Hearing Voices with Scott Watson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 7:45


Meg Morehouse talks with Scott Watson about the start of the Hope College basketball season, individual goals and concerns about last week's point total.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Common Good Podcast
Wakanda Forever, SNL COVID sketch, and cool things happening at Hope College

The Common Good Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 47:28


(00:00-10:01): Paul Asay with Plugged In joins to talk about Wakanda Forever, which opens on Friday. (10:01-19:28: COVID… doesn't it feel different now? Brian and Aubrey laugh over a sketch from SNL. (19:29-28:27): From The Gospel Coalition, Brian and Aubrey talk about Ways Evangelicals Overcorrect for Prosperity Theology. (28:27-47:27): Brian interviews Matthew Scogin, the president of Hope College.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Under the Cortex
Why Is Everyone Else Having More Fun?

Under the Cortex

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 14:42


David Myers, a social psychologist and professor of psychology at Hope College in Michigan, joined us in the last episode to speak about his latest book, How Do We Know Ourselves? Curiosities and Marvels of the Human Mind. In this episode, he and APS's Ludmila Nunes discuss the second section of the book, which focuses on who we are, and takes a closer look at a chapter called “Why is everyone else having more fun?”    Read more about David Myers's new book here.

Something You Should Know
How to Make The Biggest Decision of Your Life & Curiosities of The Human Mind

Something You Should Know

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 51:24


Your mother probably told you not to lie – and she was right. Of course, there are the moral reasons for not lying but it seems lying is also bad for your health. This episode begins with the reasons why. http://newsinfo.nd.edu/news/32424-study-telling-fewer-lies-linked-to-better-health-relationships For most of human history, people married NOT for love. It is only recently that this idea of committing to someone because you fall in love came about and a lot of times it doesn't work very well. While it is unlikely that we will ever go back to arranged marriages, there are some things we can learn from them according to psychiatrist George Blair-West author of the book How to Make the Biggest Decision of Your Life (https://amzn.to/3gQPTyD). Listen as he reveals what really matters in keeping a relationship together for a long time.  When you study the human mind, it is easy to come to the conclusion that it works in odd and curious ways. For example, we tend to be overconfident in our abilities a lot of the time. We often think everyone else is having more fun than we are. And we tend to like things simply because they remind us of us – like the numbers in your birthday! Listen as I discuss this with my guest David G. Myers. He is a social psychologist and professor of psychology at Hope College and author of a book How Do We Know Ourselves?: Curiosities and Marvels of the Human Mind  (https://amzn.to/3fqyP1Z). In just about every recipe that uses mushrooms, it tells you to brush (not wash) them before you eat them. The theory is that if you wash them, they will soak up water like a sponge and not taste right. Is that true? Listen as I explain. Source: Harold McGee author of On Food and Cooking (https://amzn.to/3UeclA2). PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS! We're all about helping you find ways to get more out of life… that's why we want you to listen to Constant Wonder. Constant Wonder is a podcast that will bring more wonder and awe to your day. Listen to Constant Wonder wherever you get your podcasts! https://www.byuradio.org/constantwonder Did you know you could reduce the number of unwanted calls & emails with Online Privacy Protection from Discover? - And it's FREE! Just activate it in the Discover App. See terms & learn more at https://Discover.com/Online You've earned your fun time. Go to the App Store or Google play to download Best Fiends for free. Plus, earn even more with $5 worth of in-game rewards when you reach level 5!  We really like The Jordan Harbinger Show! Check out https://jordanharbinger.com/start OR search for it on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you listen!  https://www.geico.com Bundle your policies and save! It's Geico easy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Under the Cortex
How Do We Know Ourselves?

Under the Cortex

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 18:25


Social psychologist David Myers, a professor of psychology at Hope College in Michigan, is the author of seventeen books, including psychology's most widely read textbook. But he doesn't write only textbooks. For the last several decades, he has translated findings from psychological science for the general public as well, in books on topics ranging from the scientific pursuit of happiness to the powers (and perils) of intuition.     In his new book, How Do We Know Ourselves? Curiosities and Marvels of the Human Mind, Myers presents a collection of short essays on how psychological science contributes to so much of what we can and should know about ourselves and the world around us. In the first of three discussions on Under the Cortex, David Myers joined APS's Ludmila Nunes to speak about his career, his new book, and how we really do know ourselves.    Read an article about David Myers's new book here. 

Hearing Voices with Scott Watson Podcast
Becky Schmidt of Hope College Volleyball

Hearing Voices with Scott Watson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 7:43


Scott Watson talks with Hope College Volleyball coach Becky Schmidt ahead of their match against Albion in the MIAA tourney.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Detroit Stories
Surviving an Eating Disorder

Detroit Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 23:37


How a 19-year-old college student defeated anorexia with the help of her family, doctors — and a renewed relationship with God. (0:07) The narrator introduces Maureen Cole, a spirited 19-year-old student at Hope College and an avid dancer. Usually sunny, Maureen's positivity disappeared as she fell into habits that led to an eating disorder, at first unbeknownst to her parents. Marlise Cole, Maureen's mom, explains what she witnessed. (3:00) Maureen Cole describes the conditions that led to her anorexia, starting with the pandemic in 2020. A straight-A student, Maureen describes her reticence to switch to remote learning and dance via Zoom. As the pandemic wore on, she transformed her basement into a full home dance studio, and exercise slowly became an obsession. (7:00) Over Christmas break her senior year of high school, Maureen had a routine physical with her doctor, who told her she had lost 10 pounds. Others seemed to notice she looked fitter, and she liked the attention. (8:23) Slowly, her eating habits changed. She cut sweets and carbs, and began to become obsessed with her diet. She cut condiments, then red meat, then dairy. Eventually — and to Maureen's credit — she realized she might have an eating disorder, but didn't want to tell anyone. Her personality faded, and eventually, others began to take notice. (11:03) Maureen's dance teacher called her parents, who began to panic at the realization of what their daughter was facing. Maureen's body began to show frightening signs of an eating disorder. She started to work with a dietician and physician. (13:40) During fall break her first semester in college, Maureen visited the doctor for a check-up, but she hadn't gained any weight. Her heart rate was frighteningly low, and she realized — finally — that if nothing changed, she was slowly dying. (14:14) Realizing the gravity of the situation, Maureen finally committed to battling her anorexia. Her parents pulled her from dance, and found her a doctor specializing in eating disorders. She began a University of Michigan-sponsored program, Maudsley, to fight her disease. (16:38) Maureen describes the role of faith in her recovery. The realization that God was calling her to great things — not an eating disorder — was crucial, she says. Slowly, she began to see progress. (18:21) As things improved, Maureen's relationship with God did also. Her personality began to return, and she started to develop healthier relationships with food. (20:04) Today, Maureen continues her recovery, but she's back in school at Hope and dancing again. Maureen's mom, Marlise, describes Maureen's newly rediscovered relationship with God. Maureen describes the courage her journey took, and how she continues to battle — all with God's help. Reporting and narration by Michael Stechschulte; script by Casey McCorry; production by Ron Pangborn (Editor's note: Some material provided by Marlise Cole) This episode is sponsored by Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan. Being a mom is the most challenging and rewarding job in the world! At Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan, they make it a bit easier for moms who are feeling alone, struggling financially, or who need an extra hand to help them establish a secure and happy family. To learn more about the ways you can help moms in need visit ccsem.org/respectlife. Listen to ‘Detroit Stories' on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or Fireside. Podcasts also will be posted biweekly on DetroitCatholic.com.

The Context and Color of the Bible
#106 Special Guest Bryan VanHaitsma and Daniel 3

The Context and Color of the Bible

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 57:05


In this episode Erika's husband, Bryan VanHaitsma, joins us to dive deeper into Daniel 3.  We take the familiar story of Shadrach, Meshach, Abednego and add more color to the black and white pages of the text.  Bryan is the digital media director for Revive Our Hearts.  He studied at Hope College in Michigan and Jerusalem University College in Israel.  He has a passion for digging into scriptures that we often find perplexing, helping us understand why that story might be included, and what we are supposed to do in light of that story.We are on Facebook - The Context and Color of the Bible | FacebookWe are on Instagram - @contextandcolorofthebibleWe are on YouTube - The Context and Color of the Bible - YouTubeErika's  website - www.erikavanhaitsma.comVeronica's website: www.veronicacopenhaver.comMusic: Tabuk by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4453-tabukLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

The Logistics of Logistics Podcast
Big Changes at the Port with Lauren Beagen

The Logistics of Logistics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 41:17


Lauren M. Beagen and Joe Lynch discuss big changes at the port brought on by the Ocean Shipping Reform Act of 2022 (OSRA 2022). Lauren is maritime industry expert & lawyer who specializes in translating FMC regulations and breaking down supply chain silos. About Lauren Beagen Lauren M. Beagen is a seasoned maritime attorney and the founder of Squall Strategies, LLC and The Maritime Professor™. Ms. Beagen is often called on for her industry expertise by notable trade networks, including features on CNBC and FreightWaves. Ms. Beagen has extensive experience in oceanborne commerce and maritime law, with specific emphasis on maritime transportation, Shipping Act issues, supply chain management, international antitrust law, and port and terminal operations. Notable appointments include work in the federal government as Attorney-Advisor (International Affairs) in the Office of the General Counsel at the Federal Maritime Commission and work at a public port authority as Maritime Project Manager for the Port of Boston at the Massachusetts Port Authority. Ms. Beagen received a Bachelor's degree in International Political Science and International Studies from Hope College, a Master of Marine Affairs degree from the University of Rhode Island, and a Juris Doctorate from Roger Williams University School of Law. She is an avid sailor and recreational fisherman and holds a US Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Credential (50 ton) for Great Lakes and Inland Waters. About Squall Strategies Squall Strategies is a maritime consulting and legal solutions company and offers a wide range of consulting services to serve a variety of businesses and clients. Whether you're a small, local business or a multinational corporation, we can help you reach new levels of success. Squall Strategies is available for advice and consultation on Federal Maritime Commission related matters, advice and consultation on supply chain and ocean freight movement, potential federal regulatory impacts on your business, federal regulatory review and analysis, general Federal Maritime Commission related inquiries, advice and consultation on demurrage, tariff/schedule reviews, and supply chain industry insight. About The Maritime Professor The Maritime Professorᵀᴹ is an e-learning/educational based company on all things maritime and supply chain - we provide non-legal business coaching, e-content, trainings/webinars, participation in advisory boards, leadership recruitment, and company speaking/education engagements. Interested in learning more about the ocean side of things? Follow The Maritime Professorᵀᴹ and sign up for email alerts to be alerted when new courses are released. Or follow along with weekly supply chain industry explanations by subscribing to their podcast, By Land and By Sea - an attorney breaking down the week in supply chain, presented by the Maritime Professorᵀᴹ (https://themaritimeprofessor.buzzsprout.com). Key Takeaways: Big Changes at the Port Lauren M. Beagen is a seasoned maritime attorney and the founder of Squall Strategies, LLC and The Maritime Professor™. In the podcast interview, Lauren and Joe discuss the big changes at the port – changes brought on by the Ocean Shipping Reform Act of 2022 (OSRA 2022). OSRA 22 was signed into law by President Biden on June 16, 2022. Lauren and Joe discussed the following 3 provisions of OSRA 2022: Unreasonable Refusal to Deal – A provision that requires that an ocean common carrier shall not unreasonably refuse to deal or negotiate with respect to vessel space accommodation. Demurrage and Detention Billing Requirements – A new rule that seeks to provide more clarity, consistency, structure and punctuality to the demurrage and detention billing practices used by vessel operating common carriers (VOCCs), non-vessel-operating common carriers (NVOCCs) and marine terminal operators (MTOs). Unfair or Unjust Discriminatory Methods - The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) will define what is unfair or unjust discriminatory methods used by carriers regarding concerns and complaints by exporters and small shippers. Squall Strategies is a boutique maritime consulting and legal solutions company and offers a wide range of consulting services to serve a variety of businesses and clients. Squall Strategies provide a broad range of services and solutions to help organizations facilitate change, achieve their vision, and optimize performance and productivity. Not all problems they encounter are legal, but their legal experience gives them a deeper understanding of the industry. Learn More About Big Changes at the Port Lauren on LinkedIn Squall Strategies on LinkedIn Squall Strategies The Maritime Professor on LinkedIn The Maritime Professor Solving the Port Problem with Lauren Beagen The Logistics of Logistics Podcast If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a positive review, subscribe, and share it with your friends and colleagues. The Logistics of Logistics Podcast: Google, Apple, Castbox, Spotify, Stitcher, PlayerFM, Tunein, Podbean, Owltail, Libsyn, Overcast Check out The Logistics of Logistics on Youtube

THE HUGE SHOW
The Huge Show - October 12th - Full Show

THE HUGE SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 134:56


Today, we're broadcasting live from the Van Andel Soccer Stadium at Hope College. They're promoting their Van Andel Institute Purple Community Soccer Doubleheader happening this Saturday at Hope. All of the proceeds from that event will go towards finding a cure for Cancer and Parkinson's. We were joined by some of the great Coaches and players throughout the show to talk about what Saturday means to them . We kicked off the show talking some Detroit Lions as we were joined by the voice of the Lions, Dan Miller. He joined Huge to talk about what's been going wrong with this team, what needs to change, and much more. We were then joined by  David Blahnik, who is Hope College's Head Men's Soccer Coach. He joined Huge to talk about the doubleheader on Saturday, and to talk about what this Purple Community event means to him. We were then joined by Freshman defender, Cole Pauly to hear about what it's like playing for Coach Blahnik, and to talk about who he's playing for on Saturday. We talked some more about the Detroit Lions in our second hour as Tim Twentyman from DetroitLions.com joined us. He joined Huge to talk about what's happened to this team in the past few weeks, what the team needs to do in the bye-week, and much more. We were then joined by Brian Morehouse who is Hope College's Head Women's Basketball Coach. He and Huge talked about this year's basketball team, and Brian told us what he loves so much about coaching. We were then joined by Leigh Sears who is Hope College's Head Women's Soccer Coach. She talked to us about her team this year, what she expects from her players, and more. Freshman Midfielder Claudie Folkert then joined us to talk about this Purple Community event and to tell us who she'll be playing for on Saturday. We were joined by Hope College's Head Men's Football Coach Peter Stuursma throughout the entire final hour of the show today. He and Huge talked more about this Purple Community event happening at Hope this Saturday, and what it means to the people in that community. Peter also told us about his football team this year, and what this year has been like for him from a coaching perspective. Huge and Peter also talked about the Detroit Lions, MSU football, and much more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

THE HUGE SHOW
The Huge Show - October 12th - 3pm Hour

THE HUGE SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 44:58


Today, we're broadcasting live from the Van Andel Soccer Stadium at Hope College. They're promoting their Van Andel Institute Purple Community Soccer Doubleheader happening this Saturday at Hope. All of the proceeds from that event will go towards finding a cure for Cancer and Parkinson's. We were joined by some of the great Coaches and players throughout the show to talk about what Saturday means to them . We kicked off the show talking some Detroit Lions as we were joined by the voice of the Lions, Dan Miller. He joined Huge to talk about what's been going wrong with this team, what needs to change, and much more. We were then joined by  David Blahnik, who is Hope College's Head Men's Soccer Coach. He joined Huge to talk about the doubleheader on Saturday, and to talk about what this Purple Community event means to him. We were then joined by Freshman defender, Cole Pauly to hear about what it's like playing for Coach Blahnick, and to talk about who he's playing for on Saturday.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

THE HUGE SHOW
The Huge Show - Hope Soccer Interview - David Blahnik 10-12-22

THE HUGE SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 5:35


We were joined by David Blahnik, who is Hope College's Head Men's Soccer Coach. He and Huge talked about the doubleheader on Saturday, and Coach told us what this Purple Community event means to him.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

THE HUGE SHOW
The Huge Show - October 12th - 4pm Hour

THE HUGE SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 44:59


We talked some more about the Detroit Lions in our second hour as Tim Twentyman from DetroitLions.com joined us. He joined Huge to talk about what's happened to this team in the past few weeks, what the team needs to do in the bye-week, and much more. We were then joined by Brian Morehouse who is Hope College's Head Women's Basketball Coach. He and Huge talked about this year's basketball team, and Brian told us what he loves so much about coaching. We were then joined by Leigh Sears who is Hope College's Head Women's Soccer Coach. She talked to us about her team this year, what she expects from her players, and more. Freshman Midfielder Claudie Folkert then joined us to talk about this Purple Community event and to tell us who she'll be playing for on Saturday.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

THE HUGE SHOW
The Huge Show - Hope Basketball Interview - Brian Morehouse 10-12-22

THE HUGE SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 11:43


Brian Morehouse who is Hope College's Head Women's Basketball Coach joined Huge to talk about this year's basketball team, and Brian told us what he loves so much about coaching.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

THE HUGE SHOW
The Huge Show - Hope Soccer Interview - Leigh Sears 10-12-22

THE HUGE SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 3:44


Leigh Sears who is Hope College's Head Women's Soccer Coach joined Huge to talk about her team this year, what she expects from her players, and more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

THE HUGE SHOW
The Huge Show - October 12th - 5pm Hour

THE HUGE SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 44:59


We were joined by Hope College's Head Men's Football Coach Peter Stuursma throughout the entire final hour of the show today. He and Huge talked more about this Purple Community event happening at Hope this Saturday, and what it means to the people in that community. Peter also told us about his football team this year, and what this year has been like for him from a coaching perspective. Huge and Peter also talked about the Detroit Lions, MSU football, and much more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Basketball Podcast
Episode 237: Brian Morehouse and Courtney Kust, The Hope College We Pyramid

The Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 63:37


Guest: Brian Morehouse, Hope College Head Coach   Hope College head coach Brian Morehouse joins the Basketball Podcast to share insights on culture and the Hope College We Pyramid.   Brian Morehouse '91 has developed the Hope College women's basketball team into one of the nation's elite programs during his tenure, guiding the Flying Dutch to national championships in 2022 and 2006 and a national runner-up finish in 2010. Brian Morehouse has been chosen as the Division III National Coach of the Year three times by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association (2021, 2020, 2006). He was also named Division III Coach of the Year by http://d3hoops.com/ (D3hoops.com) (2019-20).   Through the 2022-23 season, the Flying Dutch have won 658 games and 17 Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association championships. Brian Morehouse teams have made 20 NCAA Division III Tournament appearances. Morehouse has been named the Michigan Collegiate women's basketball coach of the year by the Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan four times in his career (2001-02, 2007-08, 2011-12, 2015-16). Morehouse is ranked among Division III's elite active coaches by winning percentage. After the 2022-23 season, he is ranked second in winning percentage (87.4%).   Breakdown 1:00 - Consistency of Success 5:00 - We Mentality 9:00 - National Championship 13:30 - Tweaking 15:00 - Six Things 19:30 - Connecting Stats to Practice 23:00 - Adding Resources 26:00 - Data and Evidences 28:30 - We Celebrate 32:27 - 33:12 - MEMBERSHIP SALES AD 34:00 - We Appreciate 37:00 - We Show Up 39:00 - We Believe In 47:00 - What Coaching Is 51:00 - Gratitude 53:00 - We Mentality Impact 1:00:00 - Conclusion   Brian Morehouse' Bio: Bio: https://hope.edu/directory/people/morehouse-brian/index.html (https://hope.edu/directory/people/morehouse-brian/index.html) Twitter: https://twitter.com/coachmorehouse (https://twitter.com/coachmorehouse)   Courtney Kust Bio: Bio: https://hope.edu/directory/people/kust-courtney/index.html (https://hope.edu/directory/people/kust-courtney/index.html)   Basketball Immersion Website:http://basketballimmersion.com/ ( http://basketballimmersion.com/) Twitter:https://twitter.com/bballimmersion?lang=en ( https://twitter.com/bballimmersion?lang=en) YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/user/basketballimmersion ( https://www.youtube.com/user/basketballimmersion) Facebook:https://facebook.com/basketballimmersion ( https://facebook.com/basketballimmersion) Immersion Videos: Check out all our all-access practice and specialty clinics: https://www.immersionvideos.com/ (https://www.immersionvideos.com)

SPARK the Podcast
69. A Mother's Heart with Darlene Shotmeyer

SPARK the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 54:20


The main question I get asked is "HOW?" How did your mother get through it? How was she able to wake up each day and go to doctors? On this episode of SPARK the Podcast, Darlene Shotmeyer shares how her faith in God and trust in Him helped her live with hope in a season where two of her children returned home from college, one battling cancer, and the other with an unexpected brain injury. Listen in on this heartfelt wisdom and advice from a mother's heart today. Darlene is a graduate of Hope College in Holland, MI where she got her BA in Communications. She is a lifelong resident of NJ and has worked tirelessly raising support and reaching fundraising goals for many Republican candidates throughout the state. She is a member of the Women's National Republican Club, Saddle River chapter of the DAR, Women for a Stronger NJ, Bergen County Republican Organization, Bergen County Women's Republican Club and the Franklin Lakes Republican Club. Darlene was elected as Bergen County State Committeewoman in 2013, and became the Vice Chairwoman of the NJGOP in 2021. For seven years she has been the executive Vice President of operations for J. Shotmeyer. She volunteers in many women's and children's ministries in her community. She and her husband Chuck have three children and live in Franklin Lakes, NJ. Connect with Darlene Shotmeyer: Website- https://www.jshotmeyer.com Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/njdarlene Connect with the Hosts: Jenna Shotmeyer- https://www.instagram.com/jennashots Mekina Saylor- https://www.instagram.com/mekinasaylor Amy Rizzuto- https://www.instagram.com/amyrizzutophotography Learn more about NJ SPARK at www.njspark.co or follow us on Instagram at www.instagram.com/njsparkco.

Westminster Institute talks
Former Amb. Peter Hoekstra Europe's Energy Crisis Causes and Possible Cures

Westminster Institute talks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 49:59


https://westminster-institute.org/events/europes-energy-crisis/ Peter Hoekstra was U.S. Ambassador to the Netherlands during the Trump administration, and he served eighteen years in the U.S. House of Representatives, representing the 2nd District in Michigan. He served as Chairman and Ranking Member of the House Intelligence Committee. He is currently Chairman of the Center for Security Policy Board of Advisors and a Distinguished Fellow at the Gatestone Institute. During his tenure as Ambassador to the Kingdom of the Netherlands, The Hague hosted the Department of State Global Entrepreneurial Summit in June of 2019, which was attended by over 2000 entrepreneurs, investors, and other business leaders. The Dutch Parliament created the American Friendship Group at his urging. He continues to aggressively and effectively promote United States foreign policy goals and objectives. Pete served in the United States Congress for 18 years, representing Michigan's 2nd Congressional District from 1993 to 2011. He served as Chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence from 2004 until January 2007. He was a member of the Gang of Eight from 2004 until 2011 receiving the most highly classified information available in the U.S. government. Prior to his service in the U.S. Congress, Pete had a successful career at Herman Miller, Inc. of Zeeland, Michigan—a company frequently cited as one of the most admired in America and one of the best places to work. Over his 15 year career at Herman Miller, Pete worked in a variety of positions rising through the ranks to become the Vice President of Marketing. In 2008, Pete was appointed as an Officer in the Order of the Orange-Nassau, a royal honor from the Dutch government. The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) awarded Pete with its “Agency Seal Medal” and the Director of National Intelligence awarded him with the “National Intelligence Distinguished Public Service Medal”. Pete earned a bachelor's degree in political science from Hope College and a Master's of Business Administration from the University of Michigan.

Believe!
Matthew Scogin | How Can We Disrupt College?

Believe!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 53:47


Matt Scogin, President of Hope College, is one of the most innovative leaders in higher education. Coming from a business background, he's announced tuition-free college and other groundbreaking changes. Matt has time and time again exclaimed that college changed his life, so let's see what he believes about how to transform the college experience for others and even eliminate its cost. For show notes and more, visit www.thebelievepodcast.com

Multifaith Matters
Episode 4: Peter C. Hill and the context of theistic humility

Multifaith Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 56:31


Evangelicals and Humility in Multifaith Engagement American Evangelicals are not known for embracing intellectual humility, but there are notable and promising examples. This podcast series explores the topic through the story of how Evangelical Christians and Zen Buddhists in Portland have been able to engage in an intellectually humble exchange of perspectives without compromising their core convictions. The series also includes analysis and commentary from scholars who specialize in the psychology of intellectual humility. As this is time of extreme national polarization on many fronts, this series is especially relevant as it demonstrates that strong religious convictions are not necessarily incompatible with intellectual humility and do not always lead to antagonism between groups. Our hope is that this series is inspiring, and that it demonstrates the need for additional research exploring how those with strong religious convictions develop humility while doing so across worldview-threatening differences. Episode 4: Peter C. Hill and the context of theistic humility Peter Hill is a social psychologist at the Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University. His unique contribution to humility research is in exploring considerations related to theistic intellectual humility. He discusses how existing concepts related to intellectual humility have not taken account of the way this is experienced and expressed by theists, the importance of emotions, and how strong religious convictions and exclusivism are not necessarily incompatible with theistic intellectual humility. Video: https://youtu.be/9mTci8CYmek Audio: http://johnwmorehead.podbean.com/e/episode-4-peter-c-hill-and-the-context-of-theistic-humility/ Exploring further: https://researchoutreach.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/Peter-C.-Hill.pdf Episode 1: Wes Markofski and the “other evangelicals” Wes Markofski is a sociologist at Carleton College, and author of Multiculural Evangelicalism and Ethical Democracy in America (forthcoming). He discusses his research on “reflexive evangelicals.” Despite popular images of white American Evangelicals as the embodied antithesis of intellectual humility, responsiveness to facts, and openness to the other, Markofski discovered that Evangelicals can and do practice intellectual humility in public life while simultaneously holding fast to particularistic religious convictions. Video: https://youtu.be/ULbFxYiC3qw Audio: http://johnwmorehead.podbean.com/e/episode-1-wes-markofski-and-the-other-evangelicals/ Exploring further:  https://tif.ssrc.org/2018/01/11/the-other-evangelicals/ Episode 2: Evangelicals and Zen Buddhists reflect on 20 years of dialogue Members of the Evangelical group New Wine, New Wineskins, and Buddhists from Dharma Rain Zen Center reflect on their twenty years of dialogue and relationships. Two leaders from these religious communities, Paul Louis Metzger and Kyogen Carlson, got together in Portland to discuss religious and political divisions after the 2004 re-election of George W. Bush. The talks then expanded to involve other members of these religious communities through common meals. Video: https://youtu.be/FEBib0emq5k Audio: https://youtu.be/FEBib0emq5k Exploring further: https://tricycle.org/magazine/beloved-community/ Episode 3: Daryl Van Tongeren and the psychology of humility Daryl Van Tongeren is a psychologist at Hope College and a leading researcher on the science of humility. He is the author of Humble: Free Yourself from the Traps of a Narcissistic World. He defines “intellectual humility,” and discusses the psychological challenges we face in exercising humility, particularly in the context of cultural worldviews where religion is a part of our identity. He also shares his thoughts on how we might develop more empathy and bridge divides. Video: https://youtu.be/tzY-pm8LYkY Audio: http://johnwmorehead.podbean.com/e/episode-3-daryl-van-tongeren-and-the-psychology-of-humility/ Exploring further: https://www.workman.com/products/humble/hardback Podcast series produced by the Evangelical Chapter of the Foundation for Religious Diplomacy/Multifaith Matters. We appreciate the contributions of Wes Markofski, Daryl Van Tongeren, Peter C. Hill, the Dharma Rain Zen Center, and New Wine, New Wineskins. Learn more about our work at https://www.multifaithmatters.org. Support this work One-time donation: https://multifaithmatters.org/donate Become my patron: https://patron.podbean.com #humility #intellectualhumility #multifaith #interfaith #dialogue

Multifaith Matters
Episode 1: Wes Markofski and the “other evangelicals”

Multifaith Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 42:28


Evangelicals and Humility in Multifaith Engagement American Evangelicals are not known for embracing intellectual humility, but there are notable and promising examples. This podcast series explores the topic through the story of how Evangelical Christians and Zen Buddhists in Portland have been able to engage in an intellectually humble exchange of perspectives without compromising their core convictions. The series also includes analysis and commentary from scholars who specialize in the psychology of intellectual humility. As this is time of extreme national polarization on many fronts, this series is especially relevant as it demonstrates that strong religious convictions are not necessarily incompatible with intellectual humility and do not always lead to antagonism between groups. Our hope is that this series is inspiring, and that it demonstrates the need for additional research exploring how those with strong religious convictions develop humility while doing so across worldview-threatening differences. Episode 1: Wes Markofski and the “other evangelicals” Wes Markofski is a sociologist at Carleton College, and author of Multiculural Evangelicalism and Ethical Democracy in America (forthcoming). He discusses his research on “reflexive evangelicals.” Despite popular images of white American Evangelicals as the embodied antithesis of intellectual humility, responsiveness to facts, and openness to the other, Markofski discovered that Evangelicals can and do practice intellectual humility in public life while simultaneously holding fast to particularistic religious convictions. Video: https://youtu.be/ULbFxYiC3qw Audio: http://johnwmorehead.podbean.com/e/episode-1-wes-markofski-and-the-other-evangelicals/ Exploring further:  https://tif.ssrc.org/2018/01/11/the-other-evangelicals/ Episode 2: Evangelicals and Zen Buddhists reflect on 20 years of dialogue Members of the Evangelical group New Wine, New Wineskins, and Buddhists from Dharma Rain Zen Center reflect on their twenty years of dialogue and relationships. Two leaders from these religious communities, Paul Louis Metzger and Kyogen Carlson, got together in Portland to discuss religious and political divisions after the 2004 re-election of George W. Bush. The talks then expanded to involve other members of these religious communities through common meals. Video: https://youtu.be/FEBib0emq5k Audio: http://johnwmorehead.podbean.com/e/episode-2-evangelicals-and-zen-buddhists-reflect-on-20-years-of-dialogue/ Exploring further: https://tricycle.org/magazine/beloved-community/ Episode 3: Daryl Van Tongeren and the psychology of humility Daryl Van Tongeren is a psychologist at Hope College and a leading researcher on the science of humility. He is the author of Humble: Free Yourself from the Traps of a Narcissistic World. He defines “intellectual humility,” and discusses the psychological challenges we face in exercising humility, particularly in the context of cultural worldviews where religion is a part of our identity. He also shares his thoughts on how we might develop more empathy and bridge divides. Video: https://youtu.be/tzY-pm8LYkY Audio: http://johnwmorehead.podbean.com/e/episode-3-daryl-van-tongeren-and-the-psychology-of-humility/ Exploring further: https://www.workman.com/products/humble/hardback Episode 4: Peter C. Hill and the context of theistic humility Peter Hill is a social psychologist at the Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University. His unique contribution to humility research is in exploring considerations related to theistic intellectual humility. He discusses how existing concepts related to intellectual humility have not taken account of the way this is experienced and expressed by theists, the importance of emotions, and how strong religious convictions and exclusivism are not necessarily incompatible with theistic intellectual humility. Video: https://youtu.be/9mTci8CYmek Audio: http://johnwmorehead.podbean.com/e/episode-4-peter-c-hill-and-the-context-of-theistic-humility/ Exploring further: https://researchoutreach.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/Peter-C.-Hill.pdf Podcast series produced by the Evangelical Chapter of the Foundation for Religious Diplomacy/Multifaith Matters. We appreciate the contributions of Wes Markofski, Daryl Van Tongeren, Peter C. Hill, the Dharma Rain Zen Center, and New Wine, New Wineskins. Learn more about our work at https://www.multifaithmatters.org. Support this work One-time donation: https://multifaithmatters.org/donate Become my patron: https://patron.podbean.com #humility #intellectualhumility #multifaith #interfaith #dialogue

Multifaith Matters
Episode 2: Evangelicals and Zen Buddhists reflect on 20 years of dialogue

Multifaith Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 47:30


Evangelicals and Humility in Multifaith Engagement American Evangelicals are not known for embracing intellectual humility, but there are notable and promising examples. This podcast series explores the topic through the story of how Evangelical Christians and Zen Buddhists in Portland have been able to engage in an intellectually humble exchange of perspectives without compromising their core convictions. The series also includes analysis and commentary from scholars who specialize in the psychology of intellectual humility. As this is time of extreme national polarization on many fronts, this series is especially relevant as it demonstrates that strong religious convictions are not necessarily incompatible with intellectual humility and do not always lead to antagonism between groups. Our hope is that this series is inspiring, and that it demonstrates the need for additional research exploring how those with strong religious convictions develop humility while doing so across worldview-threatening differences. Episode 2: Evangelicals and Zen Buddhists reflect on 20 years of dialogue Members of the Evangelical group New Wine, New Wineskins, and Buddhists from Dharma Rain Zen Center reflect on their twenty years of dialogue and relationships. Two leaders from these religious communities, Paul Louis Metzger and Kyogen Carlson, got together in Portland to discuss religious and political divisions after the 2004 re-election of George W. Bush. The talks then expanded to involve other members of these religious communities through common meals. Video: https://youtu.be/FEBib0emq5k Audio:  http://johnwmorehead.podbean.com/e/episode-2-evangelicals-and-zen-buddhists-reflect-on-20-years-of-dialogue/ Exploring further: https://tricycle.org/magazine/beloved-community/ Episode 1: Wes Markofski and the “other evangelicals” Wes Markofski is a sociologist at Carleton College, and author of Multiculural Evangelicalism and Ethical Democracy in America (forthcoming). He discusses his research on “reflexive evangelicals.” Despite popular images of white American Evangelicals as the embodied antithesis of intellectual humility, responsiveness to facts, and openness to the other, Markofski discovered that Evangelicals can and do practice intellectual humility in public life while simultaneously holding fast to particularistic religious convictions. Video: https://youtu.be/ULbFxYiC3qw Audio: http://johnwmorehead.podbean.com/e/episode-1-wes-markofski-and-the-other-evangelicals/ Exploring further:  https://tif.ssrc.org/2018/01/11/the-other-evangelicals/ Episode 3: Daryl Van Tongeren and the psychology of humility Daryl Van Tongeren is a psychologist at Hope College and a leading researcher on the science of humility. He is the author of Humble: Free Yourself from the Traps of a Narcissistic World. He defines “intellectual humility,” and discusses the psychological challenges we face in exercising humility, particularly in the context of cultural worldviews where religion is a part of our identity. He also shares his thoughts on how we might develop more empathy and bridge divides. Video: https://youtu.be/tzY-pm8LYkY Audio: http://johnwmorehead.podbean.com/e/episode-3-daryl-van-tongeren-and-the-psychology-of-humility/ Exploring further: https://www.workman.com/products/humble/hardback Episode 4: Peter C. Hill and the context of theistic humility Peter Hill is a social psychologist at the Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University. His unique contribution to humility research is in exploring considerations related to theistic intellectual humility. He discusses how existing concepts related to intellectual humility have not taken account of the way this is experienced and expressed by theists, the importance of emotions, and how strong religious convictions and exclusivism are not necessarily incompatible with theistic intellectual humility. Video: https://youtu.be/9mTci8CYmek Audio: http://johnwmorehead.podbean.com/e/episode-4-peter-c-hill-and-the-context-of-theistic-humility/ Exploring further: https://researchoutreach.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/Peter-C.-Hill.pdf Podcast series produced by the Evangelical Chapter of the Foundation for Religious Diplomacy/Multifaith Matters. We appreciate the contributions of Wes Markofski, Daryl Van Tongeren, Peter C. Hill, the Dharma Rain Zen Center, and New Wine, New Wineskins. Learn more about our work at https://www.multifaithmatters.org. Support this work One-time donation: https://multifaithmatters.org/donate Become my patron: https://patron.podbean.com #humility #intellectualhumility #multifaith #interfaith #dialogue

Multifaith Matters
Episode 3: Daryl Van Tongeren and the psychology of humility

Multifaith Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 52:00


Evangelicals and Humility in Multifaith Engagement American Evangelicals are not known for embracing intellectual humility, but there are notable and promising examples. This podcast series explores the topic through the story of how Evangelical Christians and Zen Buddhists in Portland have been able to engage in an intellectually humble exchange of perspectives without compromising their core convictions. The series also includes analysis and commentary from scholars who specialize in the psychology of intellectual humility. As this is time of extreme national polarization on many fronts, this series is especially relevant as it demonstrates that strong religious convictions are not necessarily incompatible with intellectual humility and do not always lead to antagonism between groups. Our hope is that this series is inspiring, and that it demonstrates the need for additional research exploring how those with strong religious convictions develop humility while doing so across worldview-threatening differences. Episode 3: Daryl Van Tongeren and the psychology of humility Daryl Van Tongeren is a psychologist at Hope College and a leading researcher on the science of humility. He is the author of Humble: Free Yourself from the Traps of a Narcissistic World. He defines “intellectual humility,” and discusses the psychological challenges we face in exercising humility, particularly in the context of cultural worldviews where religion is a part of our identity. He also shares his thoughts on how we might develop more empathy and bridge divides. Video: https://youtu.be/tzY-pm8LYkY Audio: http://johnwmorehead.podbean.com/e/episode-3-daryl-van-tongeren-and-the-psychology-of-humility/ Exploring further: https://www.workman.com/products/humble/hardback Episode 1: Wes Markofski and the “other evangelicals” Wes Markofski is a sociologist at Carleton College, and author of Multiculural Evangelicalism and Ethical Democracy in America (forthcoming). He discusses his research on “reflexive evangelicals.” Despite popular images of white American Evangelicals as the embodied antithesis of intellectual humility, responsiveness to facts, and openness to the other, Markofski discovered that Evangelicals can and do practice intellectual humility in public life while simultaneously holding fast to particularistic religious convictions. Video: https://youtu.be/ULbFxYiC3qw Audio: http://johnwmorehead.podbean.com/e/episode-1-wes-markofski-and-the-other-evangelicals/ Exploring further:  https://tif.ssrc.org/2018/01/11/the-other-evangelicals/ Episode 2: Evangelicals and Zen Buddhists reflect on 20 years of dialogue Members of the Evangelical group New Wine, New Wineskins, and Buddhists from Dharma Rain Zen Center reflect on their twenty years of dialogue and relationships. Two leaders from these religious communities, Paul Louis Metzger and Kyogen Carlson, got together in Portland to discuss religious and political divisions after the 2004 re-election of George W. Bush. The talks then expanded to involve other members of these religious communities through common meals. Video: https://youtu.be/FEBib0emq5k Audio: http://johnwmorehead.podbean.com/e/episode-2-evangelicals-and-zen-buddhists-reflect-on-20-years-of-dialogue/  Exploring further: https://tricycle.org/magazine/beloved-community/ Episode 4: Peter C. Hill and the context of theistic humility Peter Hill is a social psychologist at the Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University. His unique contribution to humility research is in exploring considerations related to theistic intellectual humility. He discusses how existing concepts related to intellectual humility have not taken account of the way this is experienced and expressed by theists, the importance of emotions, and how strong religious convictions and exclusivism are not necessarily incompatible with theistic intellectual humility. Video: https://youtu.be/9mTci8CYmek Audio: http://johnwmorehead.podbean.com/e/episode-4-peter-c-hill-and-the-context-of-theistic-humility/ Exploring further: https://researchoutreach.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/Peter-C.-Hill.pdf Podcast series produced by the Evangelical Chapter of the Foundation for Religious Diplomacy/Multifaith Matters. We appreciate the contributions of Wes Markofski, Daryl Van Tongeren, Peter C. Hill, the Dharma Rain Zen Center, and New Wine, New Wineskins. Learn more about our work at https://www.multifaithmatters.org. Support this work One-time donation: https://multifaithmatters.org/donate Become my patron: https://patron.podbean.com #humility #intellectualhumility #multifaith #interfaith #dialogue

Here We Are
Humility w/Daryl R. Van Tongeren

Here We Are

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 65:27


Today I'm speaking with Daryl R. Van Tongeren, who is an associate professor of psychology at Hope College. We discuss some of the topics he writes about in his new book, "Humble: Free Yourself From the Traps of a Narcissistic World." Learn more about Daryl's work here: https://www.darylvantongeren.com/ Thank you for watching and being an inquisitive being.

Here We Are
Humility w/Daryl R. Van Tongeren

Here We Are

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 65:27


Today I'm speaking with Daryl R. Van Tongeren, who is an associate professor of psychology at Hope College. We discuss some of the topics he writes about in his new book, "Humble: Free Yourself From the Traps of a Narcissistic World." Learn more about Daryl's work here: https://www.darylvantongeren.com/ Thank you for watching and being an inquisitive being.

Hearing Voices with Scott Watson Podcast
Jacob Pardonnet Hope College Defensive Coordinator

Hearing Voices with Scott Watson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 7:18


Scott Watson visits with Jacob Pardonnet- ahead of the Hope College Football opener.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Reformed Journal
“How the Fog Can Matter” by D.R. James

Reformed Journal

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 10:45


In this episode of the Poetry Edition, Rose Postma interviews D.R. James about his poem "How the Fog Can Matter." David lives in the woods outside Michigan, and has recently retired from Hope College. His most recent poetry collection is called Mobius Trip. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/reformed-journal/message

Hearing Voices with Scott Watson Podcast

Hope College Strength and Conditioning boss Dan Margritz says "LETS GO" as his athletes head into another school year!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Chippewa Hockey Download
The Chippewa Hockey Download Episode 3: Charlie Hayes

Chippewa Hockey Download

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 51:15


On this edition of the Chippewa Hockey Download hosts Devin, Joe, and Regan sit down with a member of the CMU D3 ACHA Men's Hockey Team, Charlie Hayes.-The boys catch up with their summer plans and experiences working in media, as well as Regan's time as an umpire for baseball.-As Assistant Captain and former Team President, Charlie talks how him and high school teammate Austin Whaley came to CMU during a difficult time in the team's history, his time as team president, and what it was like to thereafter win the 2020 conference title, the Vezina Cup.-The group recaps this past season for the D3 Chippewas, highlighting their best (and worst) moments during another successful year and bid to the National Tournament, and the hard fought season finale game against Hope College.-Chippewa Hockey Download's Ring of Fire! A segment of rapid fire questions for guests of the CHD.Finally, Charlie and hosts spotlight some of CMU Hockey's newly recruited cast of players that they hope will continue the team's success into this season, as well as a small preview of the schedule for the 2022-2023 campaign.All this and more on this episode of CHD! New Episodes dropping weekly!

Hearing Voices with Scott Watson Podcast
Courtney Lee from Italy

Hearing Voices with Scott Watson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 7:14


Scott Watson catches up with Courtney Lee and discusses everything from fitness.....to gelato.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hearing Voices with Scott Watson Podcast

Scott visits with Jada Garner about the Hope Women's Basketball trip to Italy and more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Something You Should Know
The Power of Being Humble in a Narcissistic World & Where Stars Come From

Something You Should Know

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 52:31


Ever have a night where your dreams seem really vivid and maybe even disturbing? This episode begins by looking at the typical causes of really weird and vivid dreams. https://www.livestrong.com/article/13773031-vivid-dreams/ It may be a tough sell in our culture but being humble can actually be a powerful and effective way to build confidence, strengthen relationships and achieve success. That's according to Daryl R. Van Tongeren, an associate professor of psychology at Hope College and author of the book Humble: Free Yourself from the Traps of a Narcissistic World (https://amzn.to/3QCxemC). Daryl joins me to explain how a little humility can go a long way to improving anyone's life. When you look up at the sky at night, do you ever wonder what a star actually is, how it was formed and how it got there? Or how planets and moons form? Are there other planets out there in space that can sustain life? Here to explain some of the mysteries of the night sky is Emily Levesque. She is a professor of astronomy at the University of Washington and author of the book The Last Stargazers: The Enduring Story of Astronomy's Vanishing Explorers (https://amzn.to/3zQ6oAM). Summer is the time for sandals and flip flops and other open-toe shoes. There is just one little problem. And that is, you are picking up some of the grossest things imaginable on your toes that you then track into your house. Listen as I explain the problem and simple solution. Source: Philip Tierno, author of “Secret Life of Germs: https://amzn.to/3zEjVLW PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS! We really like The Jordan Harbinger Show! Check out https://jordanharbinger.com/start OR search for it on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you listen!  Go to https://Shopify.com/sysk for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features! Truebill is the smartest way to manage your finances. The average person saves $720 per year with Truebill. Get started today at https://Truebill.com/SYSK! Redeem your rewards for cash in any amount, at any time, with Discover Card! Learn more at https://Discover.com/RedeemRewards Download Best Fiends for FREE from the App Store or Google play.. Plus, earn even more with $5 worth of in-game rewards when you reach level 5! So, if you think you're okay to drive after a few drinks, think again. Play it safe and plan ahead to get a ride. Drive sober or get pulled over! Paid for by NHTSA Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Hearing Voices with Scott Watson Podcast
Catching up with Jim McFarlin

Hearing Voices with Scott Watson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 20:31


After several weeks away, Scott Watson catches up with the WordGrouch Jim McFarlin.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Context and Color of the Bible
Special Guest Bryan VanHaitsma and I Kings 21

The Context and Color of the Bible

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 40:42


We are so excited to have a special guest in the studio today.  Erika's husband Bryan is here and sharing with us a sermon he gave at his church.  Bryan is the digital media director for Revive Our Hearts.  He studied at Hope College in Michigan and Jerusalem University College in Israel.  He has a passion for digging into scriptures that we often find perplexing, helping us understand why that story might be included, and what we are supposed to do in light of that story.In this episode he explains what is going on in 1 Kings 21 with King Ahab and a vineyard.  Join us as we unpack the truth and see how this applies to us today.  We are on Facebook - The Context and Color of the Bible | FacebookWe are on Instagram - @contextandcolorofthebibleWe are on YouTube - The Context and Color of the Bible - YouTubeErika's  website - www.erikavanhaitsma.comVeronica's website: www.veronicacopenhaver.comMusic: Tabuk by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4453-tabukLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Dig Deep: Sport, Faith, Life
Is Sport a Laboratory for Virtue?

Dig Deep: Sport, Faith, Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 44:13


Keynote Speaker for the 3rd Global Congress on Sport and Christianity Elizabeth Bounds has pondered the question about sport and virtue her whole life. Elizabeth was a standout two sport athlete in soccer and basketball at Hope College, then got M.DIV degree from Truett Seminary, and is now pursuing a Ph.D. in Baylor University's  Department […]

The EdUp Experience
482: A Hope Forward Vision - with Matt Scogin, President of Hope College

The EdUp Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 45:06


We welcome YOU back to America's leading higher education podcast, The EdUp Experience! It's YOUR time to #EdUp In this episode, President Series #171, YOUR guest is Matt Scogin, President of Hope College, YOUR host is Dr. Joe Sallustio, & YOUR sponsor is Advance 360 Education! What is the Hope Forward vision? How might this program change higher ed? What is Matt's thoughts on the future of higher ed? Listen in to #EdUp! Thank YOU so much for tuning in. Join us on the next episode for YOUR time to EdUp! Connect with YOUR EdUp Team - Elvin Freytes & Dr. Joe Sallustio ● Join YOUR EdUp community at The EdUp Experience! We make education YOUR business! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/edup/message

The Theatre of Others Podcast
TOO Episode 123- Conversation with Managing Artistic Director Sarah Clare Corporandy

The Theatre of Others Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 80:46


In this episode, Adam and Budi speak with Detroit Public Theatre's Managing Artistic Director Sarah Clare Corporandy. An original founding member of DPT in 2015, Sarah Clare is a Michigan (Ypsilanti) native. After moving about the country to find the best places and ways to create live theater, she was called back home to Detroit (first figuratively, later literally). After training in both theater and voice at Hope College, she transitioned to the administrative end of art-making and received an MFA in arts administration from Wayne State University's Hilberry Theatre program, cutting her professional teeth with Breathe Art Theatre Project (with DPT cofounder Courtney Burkett), Barrington Stage Co., and New York Stage and Film. Sarah Clare acted as Managing Director of Philadelphia's Pig Iron Theatre Co. from 2008-2009 (Isabella, Pay Up!, and the Pig Iron collaboration with NYC's Public Theatre on Suzan-Lori Parks' 365 Days/365 Plays). For 13 years since then, she has worked as Company Manager (3 years) and Managing Director (10 years) of Chautauqua Theatre Co. in Western New York, where she was co-leader through two artistic leadership transitions and was the line producer for the Chautauqua Institution's innovative inter-arts collaborations, The Romeo and Juliet Project, and Go West!, which presented narratives through cohesive experiences of symphonic and vocal music, live theatre, dance, visual art, and literature.At DPT, Sarah Clare initiated the commission of Noah Haidle's Broadway-bound Birthday Candles. She was lead producer on the televised remounts of From Broadway to Obscurity (Eric Gutman) and No Child… (Nilaja Sun), in collaboration with two PBS stations, in Buffalo, NY and Detroit, MI, and with both DPT and Chautauqua Theater Co. She has acted as the lead on DPT's move to a new building, heads up strategic planning for the company, and shares artistic leadership with Sarah, Courtney, and Dominique.  Overall, she specializes in creating opportunities for artists on projects close to their hearts and bringing them before audiences who can share in and gain something from their offerings.Mentioned in this episode:Eckhart Tolle The Power of NowCourtney BurkettSarah WinklerDominique MorriseauWe See You W.A.TTCG ConferenceSCADTo submit a question, please visit http://www.speakpipe.com/theatreofothers for voice recording or submit an email to podcast@theatreofothers.com Messages may be quoted by name unless the writer stipulates otherwiseMusic credit: https://www.purple-planet.comAdditional compositions by @jack_burmeisterSupport the show

Hearing Voices with Scott Watson Podcast

Kenedy Schoonveld continues to garner awards- even as she prepares for marriage and grad school. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Great Lakes State Football
Jacob Pardonnet, Hope College Football, Defensive Coordinator - Ep. 23

Great Lakes State Football

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 90:03


Episode 23 of the Great Lakes State Football Podcast. Vince & Kory discuss everything football in the Great Lakes State from the last few weeks! Brief discussion before our guest, and Vince's recommendation of the week. We had on guest Jacob Pardonnet: Hope College Football Defensive Coordinator.Coach Pardonnet's Twitter: https://twitter.com/jacobpardonnetVince's recommendation of the week: https://letterboxd.com/vincefilmnerd/film/top-gun-maverick/Logo by: @aaron_grebIntro music: Gmac Cash - Lions wonhttps://music.apple.com/us/album/lions-won-single/1599227568Rapid Questions Music: Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!):https://uppbeat.io/t/matt-stewart-evans/funny-chaseLicense code: PCVNI91UNRZT4JYDOutro music: Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!):https://uppbeat.io/t/pecan-pie/up-and-downLicense code: XBFY0QBHA9AEQUJ6Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/great-lakes-state-football/id1597487505Spotify Podcasts: https://open.spotify.com/show/3uxnRlt9GuOQf5iTX2mOnT?si=0e5ebaa8ad5843df&nd=1Twitter: https://twitter.com/GLSFballInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/greatlakesstatefootball/Timestamps:00:00​-04:40​ - Intro04:41-12:33 - Michigan Panthers & Detroit Lions News12:34-1:19:00 - Jacob Pardonnet, Hope College Football DC1:19:01-1:24:43 - Rapid Round Questions! 1:24:44-1:30:02 - Vince's recommendation of the week: Top Gun - Maverick & Outro

WellSpring SoulCARE
Division & Polarization: How We Got Here + How to Move Forward | Daniel Stid

WellSpring SoulCARE

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 81:32


Daniel Stid is the former Program Director of U.S. Democracy at the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, leading the foundation's grantmaking to support the key values and institutions of U.S. democracy–in particular Congress, the first branch of government–in our polarized age. Previously, Daniel was a partner at The Bridgespan Group, a nonprofit consultancy, where he helped coordinate the organization's work with federal, state, and local government agencies and advised nonprofit and foundation clients supporting children, youth, and families. Daniel began his career as a political scientist teaching at Wabash College and served as a Congressional Fellow on the staff of the House Majority Leader. He is the author of The President as Statesman: Woodrow Wilson and the Constitution. A graduate of Hope College, he holds an MPhil in politics from Oxford University and a doctorate in government from Harvard University. Daniel is proud to have been commissioned an honorary Kentucky Colonel for his service to the Commonwealth. Additional Resources/Reading https://oneamericamovement.org (One America Movement) https://braverangels.org (Braver Angels Organization) https://breakingground.us/we-need-more-christian-partisanship-not-less/ (Daniel Stid Article): https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2022/06/evangelical-church-pastors-political-radicalization/629631 (Upcoming Article from the Atlantic) https://www.annualreviews.org/doi/full/10.1146/annurev-polisci-041916-020727#_i11 (Russell Muirhead and Nancy L. Rosenblum article on partisanship )

The Hockey House
Hockey House Episode 63: Second String Leather

The Hockey House

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 95:24


Zac Smith and Joe Messina join the show to talk about their experiences in the ACHA as well as what lead them to starting their own brand together, Second String Leather.Zac has served as a goalie coach at Hope College, while Joe has spent most of his coaching career as goalie coach for Davenport.