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Jesus Speaks Farsi
Reflections on Current Events - Prayer for Iran

Jesus Speaks Farsi

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 46:47


Thank you to everyone who joined Elam's International Day of Prayer for Iran recently. People and churches from over 60 nations around the world came together to pray for the current situation in Iran and on today's episode, we'll hear from one of the leaders of this prayer initiative.Roozbeh has been on a previous episode of Jesus Speaks Farsi and if you'd like to hear his testimony you can listen to S2 E2. But today, Roozbeh is talking with Jen and Joe to give an update on the current situation in Iran, share some stories on how your prayer is impacting lives, as well as offer a few of his own thoughts on the power of prayer.For more information about the recent history and incredible growth of the Iranian church please visit elam.com/iran-story.For more information about our organization, please visit elam.com.

In Step
Ep. 139: Praying for Persecuted Christians

In Step

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 20:01


November 6 was designated as the International Day of Prayer for Persecuted Christians.  However we have been asked to stay in prayer throughout the entire month. Today we join together in this episode praying for believers around the world who are suffering for the cause of Christ.

Rainier Valley Church - Seattle
Questioning God in the Midst of Suffering (Heb 1:12-2:4)

Rainier Valley Church - Seattle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 39:08


Announcements from Sunday, November 6th 2022 International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church - Sunday, November 6th was the International Day of Prayer for Persecuted Christians, a day set aside for Christians to join in prayer for our persecuted brothers and sisters in Christ around the world.  Voice of the Martyrs produced this video of Rebecca in Nigeria for this year's international day of prayer for the persecuted church. https://youtu.be/nUrz3xe9E7E Christians Living on the world's most dangerous frontier mission fields cherish God's Word - Pray that every christian living in hostile areas and restricted nations will receive their own copy of the Bible to encourage, instruct and guide them in their Christian discipleship. Persecutors around the world are threatened by God's Word and seek to destroy or remove Bibles in order to discourage the witness of Christians - Pray that Christians will be wise as serpents and innocent as doves (Matt 10:16) as they smuggle and distribute Bibles AND Pray that persecutors who seize Bibles will read them and place their trust in Christ. Bible Reading Plan This Week - Join us on #bible_reading_plan to discuss our daily Bible reading. we begin Joshua and continue the Psalms. The PDF is attached and can be printed out and put in your Bible as a daily reminder. Feel free to leave any thoughts, questions or insights in the #bible_reading_plan channel here on Slack. FRIENDS-GIVING - I want to formally invite you to Rainier Valley Church's first Friendsgiving Potluck coming up on Sunday, November 20th This is the Sunday before Thanksgiving and RVC will be hosting a formal thanksgiving dinner together as a church family after service. We will take some time to reflect and share what we're thankful for and enjoy a traditional thanksgiving meal together in the fellowship hall. @Crystal Van Tine has a sign-up sheet for people to bring all the classic Thanksgiving sides like mashed potatoes, pumpkin pie, etc. Pastor @Steve Pratt Preaching Next Sunday, November 13th - The Van Tines will be out of town celebrating their 14th wedding anniversary. Pastor @Steve Pratt will be continuing the "When God Doesn't" sermon series in the book of Habakkuk. If you would like to study ahead, we will be finishing Habakkuk 2:6-20 Hope Place Graduation - We have another opportunity to help UGM's Hope Place! Their quarterly graduation program is scheduled for Wednesday evening, Nov 9, and they could use some help with child care during the service. The timing is 6:00-8:00. If you can help you need to RSVP to the new Associate Director Julie Jenkins at JJenkins@ugm.org with your name and email address, and she'll need your RSVP no later than Nov 1 so that she has time to make sure that you either already are (or now get) registered in their system for background check. This has been a relatively simple but very much appreciated way that we can serve families who are guests at Hope Place. If you have more questions please contact @Chris Volk and @Cheri Volk. When God Doesn't - The Book of Habakkuk Week #2 "Questioning God in the Midst of Suffering" Text: Habakkuk 1:12–2:5 Topics: Questions, Suffering, Uncertainty, Expectations, Waiting, Faith. Wrestling, Objections   Big Idea of the Message: We Must Be Prepared to Suffer Well in this Broken and Sinful World.   Application Point: 1.Remembering Who God is (Hab 1:12-17) 2.Waiting on God's Promises (Hab 2:1) 3.Trusting God by Faith (Hab 2:2-4)   Discussion Questions: What is one thing that stood out to you from this week's message?   Remembering Who God is (Hab 1:12-17) Habakkuk remembers who God is and honestly wrestles with questions and expectations Describe a time when a person or event did not meet your expectations? How did it impact your life? How did it make you feel? Discuss a time when God did not meet your expectations? How did it impact your life? How did it make you feel? How can our expectations in life toward God, people, and circumstances be a hindrance? How do you discern the difference between healthy and unhealthy expectations? In order to hold on firmly to our faith, we must let go of our expectations of how God works in situations and in answer to our prayers. What are some expectations of God and things you want him to do that you need to let go of?   Waiting on God's Promises (Hab 2:1) Habakkuk waits for God to answer his prayers with patience and perspective. Describe a time in your life when you had to practice patience and the results of that patience. How can we cultivate the virtue of Christian patience in our own lives? What opportunities is God giving you to practice waiting on Him? Habakkuk goes to a tower or ramparts depending on your translation. Habakkuk goes somewhere specific to meet with God. Do you have a certain place you like to go to meet with God? Why do you think Jesus would command us to have a private prayer closet to meet with God? (Matthew 6:6) When we are suffering, we can often get hyper focused on ourselves and forget what God is doing in the world and within all of human history. What are some practices that can help us to gain a wider perspective and draw us out of ourselves and our own current suffering and uncertainty?   Trusting God by Faith (Hab 2:2-4) Habakkuk receives word from God that justice will come in time but until then we live by faith. We defined Biblical Faith as 1. Intellect/Knowledge (Knowing the Truth of God's Character and Promises) 2. Emotional/Acceptance (Internalizing and Believing Truth for Ourselves) 3. Will/Obedience (Trusting and Living with Courage, Loyalty, and Obedience toward God). Given this definition, how is faith not a "blind faith" or a "leap in the dark"? What the difference between Biblical faith and Believing that God exists if even the demons believe that God exists? (James 2:19) How can we personally develop and cultivate our faith (Knowledge, Trust, and Obedience) in our lives this next week?   How can we pray for one another to grow in what we've learned this week? (Remembering, Waiting, Trusting in Faith) Worship Service Video from Sunday, November 6th https://youtu.be/h5uFUW7ICw0

VOMOz Radio
SOUTH ASIA: Obedience Over Comfort

VOMOz Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 22:00


210 million people in Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, and the Maldives have yet to hear who Jesus is. Almost all the major world religions—including Buddhism, Hinduism, and Islam—compete for the hearts and minds of people in these countries. Christian persecution is a regular part of following Christ. Pastors have been martyred for their faith, believers beaten and imprisoned, missionaries expelled, and churches burned or bombed. Tim and Dawn are gospel workers in the region, helping guide gospel efforts and workers. Listen as they unpack what it looks like to follow Christ in South Asia—and how we can pray for gospel advance in the region. Listen to hear how Christians in Sri Lanka responded to the Easter Sunday church bombings in 2019, and how recent political turmoil in that country has affected their work. They will also equip listeners to pray for persecuted Christians in other nations of South Asia. What has God put on your heart to do? Has he stirred up your heart for missions work in another country? Tim and Dawn say there's a reason the Lord placed a particular people group or place on your heart. They will share practical next steps to explore God's leading into missions. You can see opportunities to serve in their region at the Southern Asia Access web site. On the first Sunday in November, churches around the world will mark The International Day of Prayer for Persecuted Christians. You can join in prayer with your family, friends and church.

Fern Creek Christian Church
Prayer for the Persecuted Church

Fern Creek Christian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 35:37


This morning, on the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church, Craig walks us through what is happening in the lives of Christians around our world and even in our own country. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ferncreekcc/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ferncreekcc/support

Faith Presbyterian Church
Prayer in the Face of Persecution and Calamity, Selections from Habakkuk

Faith Presbyterian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022


Pastor Nicoletti preaches a sermon for the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church.

Rock Brook Church
Week 4: Handling Opposition To Your Faith

Rock Brook Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 37:08


What God Wants To Do For You | Week 4: Handling Opposition To Your Faith // Ryland Walter // This weekend, we honor International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church by freely gathering, worshiping, and praying for Christians around the world who are persecuted for their faith. God says he blesses those who are persecuted. Join us for a message on how to handle it when your faith and beliefs are under pressure. Get Connected at RockBrook.org or download the Rock Brook Church App.

NPBC Sermons Podcast
International Day of Prayer for Persecuted Christians

NPBC Sermons Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022


Additional resources (video, notes, etc.) for this episode: https://npberean.org/npbc-sermons/2022/11/6/idop

VOMRadio
SOUTH ASIA: Obedience Over Comfort

VOMRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 24:59


210 million people in Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, and the Maldives have yet to hear who Jesus is. Almost all the major world religions—including Buddhism, Hinduism, and Islam—compete for the hearts and minds of people in these countries. Christian persecution is a regular part of following Christ. Pastors have been martyred for their faith, believers beaten and imprisoned, missionaries expelled, and churches burned or bombed. Tim and Dawn are gospel workers in the region, helping guide gospel efforts and workers. Listen as they unpack what it looks like to follow Christ in South Asia—and how we can pray for gospel advance in the region. Listen to hear how Christians in Sri Lanka responded to the Easter Sunday church bombings in 2019, and how recent political turmoil in that country has affected their work. They will also equip listeners to pray for persecuted Christians in other nations of South Asia. What has God put on your heart to do? Has he stirred up your heart for missions work in another country? Tim and Dawn say there's a reason the Lord placed a particular people group or place on your heart. They will share practical next steps to explore God's leading into missions. You can see opportunities to serve in their region at the Southern Asia Access web site. On the first Sunday in November, churches around the world will mark The International Day of Prayer for Persecuted Christians. You can join in prayer with your family, friends and church. Learn specific ways to pray by downloading free resources here, including a video telling Rebecca's inspiring story from Nigeria. Never miss an episode of VOM Radio! Subscribe to the podcast.

The Climate Daily
The Wizard & the Prophet, National Bison Day, Int'l Day for Preventing Exploitation of Environment in War & Armed Conflict

The Climate Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 8:14


Mornings with Eric and Brigitte
Pray For Persecuted Christians - with Todd Nettleton

Mornings with Eric and Brigitte

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 10:42


In advance of the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Christian, The Voice of the Martyrs is releasing a short feature about a true-life story of a Nigerian woman, Rebecca, who watched helplessly with her daughter as Boko Haram militants killed her husband and son, and burned her home. On Thursday's Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, Todd Nettleton from Voice of the Martyrs joins us and hopes that Rebecca's story will inspire us to pray for Nigeria, as well as for our spiritual family members in other restricted and hostile nations.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Wellness & Wahala
Episode 71: International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists

Wellness & Wahala

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 13:43


Today November 2-is the “International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists”! The theme for this year United Nations

Africa Today
Ethiopia peace deal signed

Africa Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 23:54


A deal to end the fighting between the warring Tigray forces and the federal government in Ethiopia has been reached after more than ten days of negotiations in South Africa. A mosquito native to South Asia and resistant to insecticides in Africa, spreads fast across the continent worrying health experts. And did you know that 2 November is International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists? When working in Somalia it is an everyday threat. Our colleague shares her personal experience.

Point of View Radio Talk Show
Point of View November 2, 2022 : Patti Garibay, Todd Nettleton, Dr. Jeffrey Tomkins

Point of View Radio Talk Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 89:43


Wednesday, November 2, 2022 Our guest host, Dr. Merrill Matthews, Buddy, will welcome Patti Garibay. She is Founder & Executive Director of American Heritage Girls (AHG).Then he is joined by Todd Nettleton. Todd and Buddy will discuss the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church. In the second hour, Dr. Jeffrey Tomkins joins him […]

Mornings with Carmen
Taking advantage of the freedom to pray | Presenting the Gospel clearly

Mornings with Carmen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 44:23


Todd Nettleton of Voice of the Martyrs talks about how we can gauge the level of boldness we have to our faith and the upcoming International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church. Rebecca McLaughlin, author of "Confronting Jesus: 9 Encounters with the Hero of the Gospels," shares about the reality of our King Jesus – being mighty healer, lover of sinners, and universal Lord. Click here for today's show notes

Stand in the Gap Radio Podcasts
The International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church

Stand in the Gap Radio Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 1:36


Sunday November 6, 2022 is the day designated as the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church. What is this event about?

VOMRadio
SOUTH ASIA: Never Heard the Name of Jesus

VOMRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 25:25


Only 1.4% of people in Nepal are Christians. Hundreds of thousands of Nepali people live their entire lifetime without ever meeting anyone who follows Jesus. Hundreds of thousands of people in Sri Lanka (1.4% Christian), Bangladesh (0.4%), Bhutan (0.3%) and the Maldives (0.03%) also live and die without ever hearing the gospel message—or even the name of Jesus. God broke the hearts of Tim and Dawn for the lost people of South Asia—and called them to go and live in the region as ambassadors for Christ. Listen as they share their backgrounds, how that call came and some of the challenges of adjusting to life and raising a family in South Asia. Tim and Dawn will also share how they witness for Christ in the context of hostile and restricted nations where Christians are persecuted by speaking Biblical truth into peoples' lives. Just as Jesus used parables to communicate spiritual truth, Tim and Dawn often share simple stories from the Bible, then invite their listeners to respond to the message of the story. Listen for the story of a Buddhist man responding to the story of Moses and the golden calf. The tools Tim and Dawn are using to spread the gospel—hospitality, conversation, simple Bible stories—are available to listeners in free nations, too. Who in your life could you share Biblical truth with this week? Pray for Tim and Dawn and their fellow gospel workers in South Asia. Don't forget to access resources from The Voice of the Martyrs for the upcoming International Day of Prayer for Persecuted Christians. And never miss an episode of VOM Radio! Subscribe to the podcast.

The Climate Daily
International Day of Climate Action, Freshwater Dolphin Day, International Gibbon Day!

The Climate Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 7:00


VOMRadio
Changed by Fellowship with Persecuted Christians

VOMRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 25:46


The anxious mother in India had tried everything. Her son was very sick. It seemed he would soon die. She'd been to the Hindu temples and made offerings to many Hindu gods. Nothing had worked. Her son only became sicker. Then, a traveling salesman suggested that she pray to Jesus. She did—and her son was healed! Amazed and awe-struck, the mother and son hunted down the salesman to find out more about this Jesus who answers prayers. Today, her son is a pastor and evangelist who's travelled more than 40,000 miles sharing the gospel. God is at work in hostile and restricted nations! That's just one of the stories you'll hear this week from David Witt, CEO of Spirit of Martyrdom and a former staff member at The Voice of the Martyrs. David will also share stories from his encounters with Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand, VOM's founders, and the “holy experience” of visiting one of the prison cells where Richard was held in Communist Romania. David will also tell how he became aware of and involved in ministry to persecuted Christians, and how God used the attacks of 9-11 to draw the attention of American Christians to radical Islam and the scriptural call to love our enemies. Today, the ministry David leads is training up church planters and leaders in multiple countries—with an eye on training that's easily reproducible to other potential leaders. Listen as he shares how those being trained immediately put their learning into action, and how we can pray for these frontline gospel workers. The International Day of Prayer for Persecuted Christians is coming soon. CLICK HERE to access resources—including a video about a persecuted Christian in Nigeria—to help your church, small group and family pray for persecuted Christians on this important day. Never miss an episode of VOM Radio! Subscribe to the podcast.

BJ Shea Daily Experience Podcast -- Official
How to get more Halloween Candy

BJ Shea Daily Experience Podcast -- Official

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 35:38


The Migs Report. Today is National Pumpkin Cheesecake Day, International Day of the Nacho and Back to the Future Day.

The Moth
The Moth Radio Hour: Girls!

The Moth

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 53:30 Very Popular


This week, an episode in honor of the International Day of the Girl Child, observed October 11. Stories from across continents and across generations -- about the challenges, the adventures, and the joys of girlhood. Hosted and produced by The Moth's Executive Producer, Sarah Austin Jenness. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Hosted by: Sarah Austin Jenness 10-year-old Briony Chappell and her father search for each other after being separated on a ski trip.  Dia's mother surprises her in a moment of need.  Primah Kwagala recounts the night her father brought home a second wife. Masooma Ranalvi decides to break her silence. Eve Engel hopes to get her first kiss. Juliette Holmes and her mother go shopping in 1940s segregated Georgia. 

Salvation Army Today
International Day of the Girl

Salvation Army Today

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 1:00


Ten years on from its inception at the United Nations, celebrations, campaigns, and meetings have taken place across the international Salvation Army to acknowledge the International Day of the Girl and recognize the position of girls and young women in our world and in the global Church.   From community-led education events in Zambia to (church) meetings planned and led entirely by girls in the USA, Salvationists have added their voices to the cause and honored the lives of girls and young women.   As has become a landmark celebration in recent years, the International Social Justice Commission (ISJC) hosted a digital event filled with creative performances, songs and dances from girls around the world, live-streamed to YouTube and Facebook.   Commissioner Rosalie Peddle, World President of Women's Ministries, said “The Salvation Army wants to see justice and equity,” affirming the mission of Women's Ministries to see the value of women and girls raised throughout Salvation Army communities.   To learn more and find a Salvation Army church near you, visit https://salvationarmy.org/  

The Do One Better! Podcast – Philanthropy, Sustainability and Social Entrepreneurship
Mustafa Kudrati, President and CEO of Plan International USA, on the state of the world's girls and supporting girl-led organisations. Celebrating International Day of the Girl Child 2022!

The Do One Better! Podcast – Philanthropy, Sustainability and Social Entrepreneurship

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 38:59


The State of the World's Girls 2022 Report has just been launched by Plan International and Mustafa Kudrati sheds light on its key findings. The report is focused on girls' and young women's political participation, based on a survey of close to 29,000 girls and young women ages 15-24 from 29 countries. How girls perceive their ability to participate in the political process might surprise you. Mustafa also introduces Plan International's initiatives in Guatemala and Brazil; going beyond grant-making by supporting girl-led organisations on the ground, elevating local voices and co-designing. We learn about Plan International's “We are the Girls” campaign and also delve into the relevance of women's economic empowerment in influencing girls' expected life outcomes.  This episode is for anyone who is interested in tackling gender inequality and learning about the latest thinking in this field. Thank you for downloading this episode of The Do One Better Podcast. Visit our website at Lidji.org for information on nearly 200 interviews with remarkable leaders in philanthropy, sustainability and social entrepreneurship. Please leave us a rating and a review to help others find this show.  

Empowering Her with Melody Pourmoradi
Ep. 124 - How We Celebrate International Day of The Girl

Empowering Her with Melody Pourmoradi

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 40:47


In this episode of Empowering Her, we are sharing clips of our celebration that took place in our Facebook group. We invited some of our facilitators to come in and share how they bring empowerment to the girls they work with. The nuggets of wisdom each of these inspiring women will leave you with are truly inspiring. Deborah Harlow {@heartsherpa on IG} talks about how she integrated GiRLiFE workshops into the already important work that she was doing in the world. She shares why doing this work has served her in her personal and professional life. Ali Naglee {@ahealthierway on IG} shares how to lead our next generation by example. She touches on the importance of nutrition of the mind as well as nourishment of the body. Tina Shayani {@tshaycoaching on IG} talks about the fear-based programming that we were taught as young girls and how that translates in our lives and specifically in our ability to have a solid health relationship with ourselves and with others. Luz Hernandez {@y.e.s.girlife on IG} shares how stepping into her career as a girls empowerment leader has changed the course of her entire life. She touches on all the unique ways that she empowers and uplifts the girls in her community. Cara Nissen {@cara_alexandraa on IG} talks about how doing this empowerment work has served the young girl within her and how she's been able to deliver empowerment to the younger parts of herself that so deeply needed it. If stepping into a done-for-you girls empowerment business speaks to you, consider joining us as a GiRLiFE Facilitator! www.melodypourmoradi.com/academy Set up a 1-1 zoom call with me to learn more: www.melodypourmoradi.com/call If you love what you are hearing on the Empowering Her podcast, it would mean the world to me if you could leave a five star review and as a thank you, I would love to share a free audio with you called Claiming Your Enoughness Now. Simply share a screenshot of your review with me on Instagram at Girlife Empowerment, either in the dms or in a story, and I will send the gift your way. Thank you so much for your listenership. I can not express how much it means to me. Let's stay in touch! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/girlifeempowerment/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/girlsempowermentbiz/ Contact: Melody@getgirlpower.com Website: www.getgirlpower.com

Highlights from Newstalk Breakfast
This weekend celebrates the international Day of rural women

Highlights from Newstalk Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 4:30


This weekend celebrates the International Day of rural women. Mairead Lavery, Journalist with Irish Country Magazine spoke to Ciara on the special celebration.

The Lid is On
PODCAST: Breaking the silence of poverty

The Lid is On

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 0:15


It's been thirty years since the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution to create the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, on 17 October 1992. Great advances have been made in reducing global poverty since then, particularly in China and India, but the period has also seen significant increases in inequality, between and within countries. To get a better idea of what progress has been made in dealing with poverty worldwide, Conor Lennon met Aye Aye Win, the President of the International Committee for October 17, which promotes the spirit and aims of the International Day, and Stacy White, an activist who advocates for some of the poorest people in New York. Music: Within the Earth, Ketsa

In the Market with Janet Parshall
Hour 1: Stories That Matter

In the Market with Janet Parshall

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022


This week on In The Market with Janet Parshall we kicked off the week with information you need to hear including the story of a Michigan nurse who lost his job because he did not agree with the state’s healthcare policy on transgenderism. We got you ready for the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church by sharing more stories of God working in the lives of those who know firsthand what suffering for their faith in Jesus really means. We encouraged you to lift up the greatest influencers in our society, the entertainment industry, as we shared more stories of God’s work in Hollywood. How do we restore loving conversations that value people in today’s “cancel culture” society? Our guest introduced us to 6 pathways of conversation that help us have effective, affirming talks with those around us that may ultimately lead to opportunities to minister to their lives or share the gospel.  Once again you kept our phone lit up as our expert answered your questions on how to deal with the narcissist in your life. Now it is time for our husband and wife team to turn the spotlight on more of the important news of the week.

ABC KIDS News Time
Koori Knockout and Day of the Girl

ABC KIDS News Time

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 11:22


On today's show we celebrate World Mental Health Day, International Day of the Girl, and the 50th birthday of a massive Indigenous sporting event. We'll also find out who is going to be pictured on new Australian coins, and we get to the heart of a prehistoric fossil find. QUIZ QUESTIONS: 1. What date is World Mental Health Day? 2. How old was Emma Stark when she umpired the Essendon-Hawthorn game? 3. Where were the girls from who won the Under 17 division of the Koori Knockout? 4. What is the royal portrait on coins called? 5. In which Australian state was the fish fossil found? BONUS TRICKY QUESTION: What did the fish heart and human hearts have in common? ANSWERS: 1. October 10 2. 16 3. Cabbage Tree Island 4. Effigy 5. Western Australia BONUS TRICKY ANSWER: Two parts called chambers

UN News
PODCAST: Breaking the silence of poverty

UN News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 0:15


It's been thirty years since the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution to create the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, on 17 October 1992. Great advances have been made in reducing global poverty since then, particularly in China and India, but the period has also seen significant increases in inequality, between and within countries. To get a better idea of what progress has been made in dealing with poverty worldwide, Conor Lennon met Aye Aye Win, the co-founder of the International Committee for October 17, which promotes the spirit and aims of the International Day, and Stacy White, an activist who advocates for some of the poorest people in New York. Music: Within the Earth, Ketsa

The Christian Outlook | Topics for Today's Believers
Debtors to the Bible, Debtors to Grace

The Christian Outlook | Topics for Today's Believers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 40:48


The Christian Outlook – October 15, 2022 Dr. Albert Mohler talks about President Biden's special proclamation on “International Day of the Girl, 2022.” Bob Burney looks at how the confusion over sex and gender has created some significant challenges for military recruitment. Don Kroah and Ken Harrison, CEO of Promise Keepers, look at the relative absence of men - where are the men, the husbands, and fathers? Georgene Rice and Dennis Prager talk about his latest installment in his “Rational Bible” series of commentaries on Deuteronomy. Lee Michaels talks with David Wheaton, host of the radio program “The Christian Worldview,” about what has unfolded since the 2005 release of his book, “University of Destruction: Your Game Plan for Spiritual Victory on Campus.”See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Climate Daily
International Day for Disaster Reduction, International E-Waste Day, WEEE Forum

The Climate Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 7:22


SBS Maltese - SBS bil-Malti
Elder abuse campaign launched to make perpetrators think twice

SBS Maltese - SBS bil-Malti

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 4:47


New figures show one in six elderly Australians have experienced abuse over the past year with the COVID 19 pandemic worsening the problem. Coinciding with the International Day of Older Persons, a new video campaign targets offenders, urging them to focus on the results of their actions.

The Bellas Podcast
Girl Power w/ Melanie C

The Bellas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 30:35 Very Popular


This week The Bellas cover the past, present, and future of Girl Power! Nikki & Brie talk about independence, confidence, and empowerment among young women with Birdie and special guest Melanie C, Sporty Spice of the Spice Girls. The show kicks off with Brie's 5-year-old daughter, Birdie, giving her thoughts on The International Day of the Girl, what she wants for all the other girls around the world, and having two excellent role models in her everyday life. Nikki & Brie have a special surprise for Melanie C when she joins the show. They have a lot of mutual friends and some shared experiences. in fact, Nikki & Brie would entertain the family by lip-syncing to Spice Girls songs, and one of them was ALWAYS Sporty Spice. Melanie lets her guard down and shares her feelings on leaving DWTS too early, the effect of being in one of the biggest pop groups on the planet had on her mental health, her advice for moms of toddlers, and her brilliant go-to Halloween costume. Melanie also told Nikki & Brie why being vulnerable was so important to her, how her story can help others, mom guilt, and much more. The episode winds down with Melanie C's Inspiration & Affirmation, which will give you chills. Follow Melanie C on Instagram Order her new book “The Sporty One: My Life as a Spice Girl”Call The Bellas at 855-3BELLAS and leave a voicemail!Follow Nikki & Brie on Instagram.To watch exclusive videos of this week's episode, follow The Bellas Podcast on Instagram, Facebook, and Tik Tok!

Spoken Word
Bhikshuni Weisbrot and Rose Lumbaca Crane

Spoken Word

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022


This show features a poem contributed and read by Bhikshuni Weisbrot, entitled A Personal History of Guns in 7 Acts, written in  response to the proliferation of shootings in the USA. Bhikshuni resides in Queens, New York, and is a co-editor of Happiness, the Delight-Tree, An Anthology of Contemporary International Poetry, honoring the International Day of Happiness, which brings together poets from 67 countries, with poems in 35 world languages. Bhikshuni's work has also recently appeared in On Human Flourishing, A Poetry Anthology.We then meet Rose Lumbaca Crane, a multidisciplinary artist, poet and natural therapist, who reads some of her poetry and chats about the poetic process and its connection with meditation and healing.

Woman's Hour
Helen O'Hara, International Day of the Girl, photojournalist Anastasia Taylor-Lind on Ukraine

Woman's Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 57:02


The Royal College of Nursing, the world's biggest nurses' union, has a culture of bullying and misogyny, according to an internal report. Jessica Creighton speaks to Pat Cullen, the General Secretary and Chief Executive of the RCN who commissioned the report. Helen O'Hara is a violinist and composer who plays the ear catching violin on the massive No.1 hit Come on Eileen. She joins Jessica to explain why she chose to become a key member of Dexy's Midnight Runners rather than join a symphony orchestra, how she picked up her violin again after a long break to raise her sons, and the story behind the title of her memoir – What's She Like. Today is International Day of the Girl, a global day of action for girls rights. The CEO of the charity Plan International, Rose Caldwell is the CEO of Plan International UK & the Welsh Social Justice Minister Jane Hutt will join Jessica Creighton to discuss how to get more women into leadership and where we are with achieving gender equality. At the end of the Coperni show during Paris Fashion Week, two men spray painted a white dress onto model Bella Hadid. After a few minutes the dress moved with Hadid's body like a regular, fitted fabric as she walked down the runway. Will we all be spraying on our clothes in the future? We speak to sustainable fashion journalist Megan Doyle to find out more. The war in Ukraine may have reached its culmination with the Russian invasion earlier this year, but for people living on the front lines, the fighting has been constant since 2014. Photojournalist Anastasia Taylor-Lind joins Jessica to discuss her work and new upcoming exhibition at the Imperial War Museum. Presenter: Jessica Creighton Producer: Lucinda Montefiore

Who, When, Wow!
Introducing Mari Copeny - From Good Night Stories For Rebel Girls

Who, When, Wow!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 11:42


In celebration of the International Day of the Girl, learn about incredible change maker, Mari Copeny, in an episode from our friends at Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls. Follow the story of a brave little girl from Flint, Michigan who wanted to help her town get fresh water. She even asked the President of the United States! Tune in to learn how she added the WOW to her town and the world!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Good Morning America
GMA3: Tuesday, October 11

Good Morning America

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 42:26


International Day of the Girl Child; ABC News on the ground in Kyiv; 'Black Adam' star Aldis Hodge talks dream role as Hawkman Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mainstreet Halifax \x96 CBC Radio
Meet 4 young women making waves in their fields

Mainstreet Halifax \x96 CBC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 12:54


Four young women — Jahtaya Skeete, Shabad Kaur, Dejhani Allen and Damini Awoyiga — gathered in Studio A with Susie Brigham, co-chair of N.S. Girl, to talk about their involvement in a special event for International Day of the Girl Child.

Jamaican Me Sleepy
S6: Ep. #1 - Mulan

Jamaican Me Sleepy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 7:00


We couldn't think of a better way to kick off International Day of the Girl Child. Hua Mulan is everything awesome about being a girl: brave, selfless, loyal, honourable, fierce, passionate, and humble. And she kicks butt! Support the show

飛碟電台
《飛碟早餐 唐湘龍時間》2022.10.11 台灣世界展望會會長 李紹齡《台灣世界展望會:搶救1000女孩,讓我有可以說不的童年》

飛碟電台

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 40:55


飛碟聯播網《飛碟早餐 唐湘龍時間》2022.10.11 週二醫療保健單元 台灣世界展望會會長 李紹齡 《台灣世界展望會:搶救1000女孩,讓我有可以說不的童年》 ※主題:《台灣世界展望會:搶救1000女孩,讓我有可以說不的童年》 ※來賓:台灣世界展望會會長 李紹齡 ◎節目介紹: 聯合國於2012年將每年10月11日定為國際女孩日(International Day of the Girl ),呼籲世界關注女孩權益,透過支持女孩教育培力、給予賦權,女孩也能夠發展無限潛力。為響應聯合國,台灣亦將每年10月11日訂為「臺灣女孩日」盼國內女孩也獲得平等權益。10年來,經各界努力下越來越多女孩們接納自我,然而,世界展望會作為聯合國機構長期合作夥伴,於第一線服務看見貧窮、災難、衝突和疫病的衝擊,生存困境中的孩子往往是最難以發聲的弱勢族群,女孩更是脆弱兒童中最脆弱的一群,必須以行動轉變受迫於不公義的現實。 世界各地女孩們面臨不一樣的困境,但世界展望會觀察,在許多發展中國家,當家庭面臨貧窮、糧食危機時,女孩常是最先被犧牲的對象,她們無法接受教育、必須忍受飢餓,為了協助家計而成為童工,甚至未成年就被迫出嫁,或遭到人口販運。 世界展望會從2018年開始,由澳洲世界展望會開始發起「搶救1000女孩」的資助行動,盼望在每年的國際女孩日前呼籲世界關注弱勢女孩的權利,而台灣則從2019年加入響應,迄今已邁入第四年。「搶救1000女孩」的資助行動旨在從改善1000位女孩生活開始 (1000是一個概念數字,表示世界上還有很多的需求:世界上不只有1,000個女孩,而是超過9億,包含無數需要大家伸出援手的孩子),幫助她們擁有足夠知識或謀生技能,就有可能為1000個家庭帶來轉變,而女孩成年後孕育的下一世代更可望掙脫貧困世襲、率領社區進步,帶給地球更多因愛轉動的改變契機! 台灣世界展望會連續第四年發起「搶救1000女孩」資助行動,募集台灣民眾的愛心關懷國內外女孩的生活及學習,期盼世上每個女孩都能免於恐懼、健康成長、自信發展! ◎來賓介紹:李紹齡 曾任商業周刊整合傳播部副總經理、傳立媒體代理商媒體購買總監、奧美廣告業務總監等職,在行銷與廣告領域擁有豐富經歷。她於2020年3月加入展望會,擔任資源發展副會長,並於2021年4月開始兼任代理會長職務,並於2022年1月真除為會長。 ▶ 《飛碟早餐》FB粉絲團 https://www.facebook.com/ufobreakfast/ ▶ 飛碟聯播網FB粉絲團 https://www.facebook.com/ufonetwork921/ ▶ 網路線上收聽 http://www.uforadio.com.tw/stream/stream.html ▶ 飛碟APP,讓你收聽零距離 IOS:https://reurl.cc/3jYQMV Android:https://reurl.cc/5GpNbR ▶ 飛碟Podcast SoundOn : https://bit.ly/30Ia8Ti Apple Podcasts : https://apple.co/3jFpP6x Spotify : https://spoti.fi/2CPzneD Google 播客:https://bit.ly/3gCTb3G KKBOX:https://reurl.cc/MZR0K4

Jamaican Me Sleepy
S6: Ep. #2 - The Princess and the Frog

Jamaican Me Sleepy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 6:52


To celebrate International Day of the Girl Child, we much prefer this version of The Frog Prince. The princess doesn't judge a book by its cover and accepts the frog for who he is. Lucky him!Support the show

This and That

Everything Relatable is a new show on This and That Podcast that seeks to talk about everything ranging from fashion, girl code, tech with touches on gossip. On this episode, Adaora talks about the girl child. Girls are leaders. Girls are change-makers. Girls are driving good and growth around the world. They are a fundamental source of transformational change for gender equality, and technology is a crucial tool to support their work, activism and leadership. We dedicate this day to celebrate and raise issues regarding the girl child. About Host. Adaora Maduka is a Nigerian voice with deep ideas on diverse topics and "Everything Relatable" will be one of her many platforms. ".. I'm excited about this new leap; I'm glad to bring my diversity on board. This and That Podcast is one of my favorites and it feels good to be a part of the family"

GirlSpeak
Day of the Girl 2022

GirlSpeak

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 9:06


Ashley reflects on ten years of celebrating International Day of the Girl Child. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/girlspeak/support

In the Market with Janet Parshall
Hour 1: News and Analysis

In the Market with Janet Parshall

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022


We are all news this hour, starting with some stories making headlines. Then, we tell you the sad case of a Michigan physician who was fired after asking for religious accommodations regarding her belief on gender. We round out the hour by getting an update on the Persecuted Church and tell you how to prepare for the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church. Get ready to lengthen your prayer list.

Liturgies for Parents with Kayla Craig
A Prayer for Our Daughters: International Day of the Girl

Liturgies for Parents with Kayla Craig

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 17:29


October 11th marks International Day of the Girl, a day celebrated around the world to advocate for global equity for girls. This week, we share a prayer for the daughters and girls in our lives—as well as for moms, grandmothers, and aunts, for the little girls they once were. May we give thanks for the gift of raising daughters and seek to do our part in creating a safer and more equitable world where they may flourish and know their worth.   You can check out Liturgies for Parents on Instagram for more prayers and encouragement and pick up your own copy of To Light Their Way wherever books are sold. For glimpses of Kayla's experiences with parenting and faith, find her on Instagram at @kayla_craig.   Subscribe to us on your favorite podcast app so you never miss an episode. You can also help others find us by subscribing and leaving an honest review.   The Liturgies for Parents Podcast is made possible by our sponsor, Bethany Christian Services. Learn more about how—together—we can change the world through family by visiting bethany.org/kayla.

The World Next Week
UNGA Vote on Russia's Annexation, Arctic Circle Assembly, International Day of the Girl, and More

The World Next Week

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 28:47


The UN General Assembly is set to vote on a resolution condemning Russia's illegal annexation of Ukrainian territory; thousands of participants gather in Reykjavik, Iceland, for the Arctic Circle Assembly; and the United Nations marks the tenth anniversary of the International Day of the Girl Child.    Mentioned on the Podcast “Child Marriage,” CFR.org   Ivo H. Daalder and James M. Lindsay, “The West Holds Firm,” Foreign Affairs   Barbara Herz and Gene B. Sperling, What Works in Girls' Education    “U.S. Policy Toward Russia, With Derek H. Chollet,” The President's Inbox   Meighan Stone and Rachel B. Vogelstein, “Investing in Girls' STEM Education in Developing Countries,” CFR.org

Jamaican Me Sleepy
International Day of the Girl Child Is Coming Up!

Jamaican Me Sleepy

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 0:40


October 11 is International Day of the Girl Child, and we wanted to honour all the amazing little ones out there, with stories that remind us why it's awesome to be a girl. October's stories are dedicated to four amazing ladies, who exhibit compassion, empathy, selflessness, kindness, ingenuity, and bravery. Just a few of the things that make girls great. So tune in on Tuesday October 11 to hear the stories of Pocahontas, The Princess and the Frog, Mulan, and Snow White. Who run the world? Girls!Support the show

Grognostics - Where craft beer meets the unexplained
Talkin' Brains with Dr. Lindsay Weisner

Grognostics - Where craft beer meets the unexplained

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 62:17


On today's show we sit down with Dr. Lindsay Weisner to talk about all things brain and answer the questions you've always wondered. Do we really only use 10% of our brains? When do men's brain neurons actually connect? 10? 20? 30? Ever? What are some wild but true neurological anomalies she's come across in her career? How many bitchy PTA parents are typically in a PTA group? How many times can a clinical psychologist swear tastefully? These questions and more... About the Guest Lindsay Weisner is a Clinical Psychologist in Long Island, New York specializing in suicidal teens and their family, as well as helping people work through their anxiety. She graduated from Georgetown University in 1999 and was awarded a fellowship in child development at the NIH/NICHD. She received her doctorate from C.W. Post, LIU, and went on to pursue post-doctorate training at the American Institute of Psychoanalysis.  Dr. Weisner is an expert blogger for Psychology Today, The Venn Diagram Life: Where Sense and Science meet and the co-author of the book Ten Steps To Finding Happy, which ironically was released during the first week of quarantine with the support and endorsement of the United Nation's International Day of Happiness. In addition, Dr. Weisner is the host of the Neurotic Nourishment Podcast, and the co-host of the Crimes of Long Island Podcast, both of which can be found on all podcast platforms. Link to purchase book: Ten Steps To Finding Happy https://www.amazon.com/Ten-Steps-Finding-Happy- Satisfaction/dp/0996430660/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=ten+steps+to+finding+happy&qid=16087 36380&sr=8-3 Link to Psychology Today blog: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-venn-diagram-life Link to Neurotic Nourishment Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/neurotic-nourishment/id1464366670 https://crimesoflongisland.com/ You can find her on Instagram @PsychShrinkMom And on Twitter @LindsaySKallen Grognostics is part of the Green Mushroom Podcast Network The Green Mushroom Podcast Network includes the following podcasts: Smuts Up,  Faith Blind Council, Lux Occult, Ad Hoc History, Administrism, Unearthing Paranormalcy, The Green Podcast Network, Primordia, Ex V Plan, Grognostics You can learn more and listen to all of these great shows at https://www.tgmpodcastnetwork.com/

Jamaican Me Sleepy
Jamaican Me Sleepy is Back!

Jamaican Me Sleepy

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 0:29


With everyone on summer holiday, we decided to take a nap. But now we're back, refreshed, and ready for some stories. And we have a great line up: Maui from Moana, Robin Hood,  Cinderella, Jack and his Beanstalk...we even kick things off with a four stories of strong girls kicking butt, just in time for International Day of the Girl Child on October 11. So grab a pillow and get cozy, it's bedtime!Support the show