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Disney Deciphered: a Disney World planning podcast
Ep. 234 - What We're Looking Forward to at Walt Disney World and Beyond

Disney Deciphered: a Disney World planning podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 20:49


What We're Looking Forward to at WDW Looking to plan a Disney World or Disneyland vacation? Let Joe do all the hard work for you at no cost to you as your travel agent. Get started by e-mailing josephcheung@travelmation.net today! Bookings for the Disney Wish are open if you are interested in sailing on Disney Cruise Line's latest ship! Episode Description There's a lot of negative energy around Disney these days, so we thought we'd spend an episode discussing all the things we're looking forward to at Disney and beyond. From Paris to the high seas, here are all the things we're looking forward to in the near future! What are you looking forward to Disney wise? Let us know by e-mailing disneydeciphered AT gmail DOT com, messaging us on Twitter, or leaving a comment on our Facebook page. You can also follow us on Instagram now! Episode Notes 2:07 - Avengers Campus in Disneyland Paris 6:28 - More characters and character dining returning 10:12 - Disney Wish 13:29 - Toontown and Mickey and Minnie's Runaway Railway at Disneyland 14:37 - Epic Universe and Super Nintendo Land (Universal) 19:03 - Disney dos and don'ts If we've helped you to plan your trip and you'd like to thank us we'd appreciate you considering a one time donation. Or if you'd like to receive bonus content, check out our Patreon page and our special subscriber only content! You can also support the show by buying tickets (if they're the best deal, of course) using our Undercover Tourist link or signing up for Mouse Dining through our link. If you like what you hear, please share and subscribe! Find us on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, TuneIn, PlayerFM, iHeartRadio, or Google Podcasts (please leave a positive review if you're enjoying the show), like our Facebook page, or follow us on Twitter and Instagram! Connect with Leslie @TripsWithTykes on social media and Joe @asthejoeflies.  

Our Hearts Surrendered
Looking Forward

Our Hearts Surrendered

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 22:47


Join Addison and Sophie this week as they discuss their next chapter and what it looks like to trust God in the next season! SHOW NOTES: Instagram: @ourheartssurrendered Email: ourheartssurrendered@gmail.com Blog: https://www.brokenvesselsblog.com/ We would LOVE it if you left a rating and review on the platform you are listening with!

SciFiGangstas
Dragon Con 2022! What are you looking forward to the most?

SciFiGangstas

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 62:18


The Sci Fi Gangstas discuss Dragon Con 2022, with special guests Stephanie Graves and Tony P. Henderson. Watch our videos every week on YouTube. Visit scifigangstas.com Anthony Dannar on Twitter @anthonydannar Tony P Henderson: https://www.youtube.com/c/TonyPHenderson Support the Production Team: Acidtrain: (Production Team) Twitch: https://www.Twitch.Tv/Acid_TrainYouTube: https://www.YouTube.com/AcidtrainTwitter: @Acidtrain19

Manager Minute-brought to you by the VR Technical Assistance Center for Quality Management
VRTAC-QM Manager Minute - Listen to VR Legend RoseAnn Ashby, with her VR Reflections- Looking Back and Looking Forward

Manager Minute-brought to you by the VR Technical Assistance Center for Quality Management

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 25:23


RoseAnn retired from being the Chief of the Technical Assistance Unit at RSA in 2021.   She talks about significant changes that shaped what VR is today, including independent living, informed choice and the impact of technology. RoseAnn elaborates on areas that VR is doing well, and areas VR can improve upon moving forward.  RoseAnn is currently contracting with VRTAC-QM, and you can find her work on Long COVID on the web at https://www.vrtac-qm.org/resources.   Listen Here   Full Transcript   VRTAC-QM Manager Minute: Listen to VR Legend RoseAnn Ashby, with her VR Reflections- Looking Back and Looking Forward   {Music} Speaker1: Manager Minute brought to you by the VRTAC for Quality Management, Conversations powered by VR, one manager at a time, one minute at a time. Here is your host Carol Pankow.   Carol: Welcome to the Manager Minute. Joining me in the studio today is RoseAnn Ashby, former Fed and part of the RSA team for 34 years. RoseAnn, I have to say, you are legendary. Everybody knows and respects RoseAnn. And for those of you newer to VR, RoseAnn started with RSA back in 1987, and she's supervised a number of units during her tenure there, including the Technical Assistance Unit, the Training Programs Unit, RSA Policy Unit, and the basic VR program unit. So RoseAnn, you retired from being the chief of the Technical Assistance Unit at RSA in 2021. And I have to say, wowsers, I think you've done it all at RSA except for maybe the fiscal unit.   RoseAnn: That's right. They keep me away from the fiscal unit, Carol.   Carol: I love it. I love it. So, RoseAnn, how are things going in retirement or should I say semi-retirement as you're helping us out on the VRTAC-QM with some contract work?   RoseAnn: Well, I'm loving my retirement. I will say it's very much less stress than I had when I was working. But I'm looking for ways to be engaged. And of course, I am enjoying my work with the center. I particularly love seeing my work on the website. That for me is really gratifying, that's for sure, and I hope to be doing some additional travel in the fall. You know, COVID has kind of crimped my style a little bit, but I'm looking forward to some opportunities there and some other volunteer opportunities. But I am loving retirement.   Carol: Good for you. Good for you. Well, we're loving seeing your work on the website, too, because there's nothing worse when we have coming soon. You know, we're going to be done with two years here in a minute. So we're like, yeah, we got to get this filled in. You have been just a big, big help to us. So, RoseAnn, I love that you said you're looking forward to fall, too, and getting to do some fun, travel and things, because I have always loved this month of August and this is the goofy part of me. Ever since I've been little. I like the smell in the air. I like how I can tell summer's ending and fall starting. I love that whole getting ready for school. And even when I was working at State Services for the Blind, I loved our planning. We did over summer and coming into fall for the new school year, we would do our Pre-ETS blueprint. And so I was sitting back and thinking about podcast and I thought, you know what? I want to do something where we can do some reflections with you because you have over three decades of experience in VR and you've seen so many changes. I thought it would be a fun opportunity to kind of reflect back and look forward. So RoseAnn, why don't you tell our listeners a little bit more about yourself and your background and how you got into VR in the first place?   RoseAnn: Okay. Thanks, Carol. So before I went to RSA, I was in the Independent Living Center in Miami, Florida. I was the assistant director there. I grew up in Ohio. I grew up in Canton, which is a little it used to be a factory town. My family was working class, but they always valued education. And I am a person with a disability. I am blind. And my mother, I credit my mother with really pushing hard to fight for mainstreamed education for me. Before that was popular before we had the laws that we have today. That's kind of my background in a nutshell. I went to college in Oberlin, Ohio, and I have a master's degree from the University of Miami in Florida.   Carol: Good for you. So what intrigued you about RSA? What do you think about work? Because did you have to move to D.C.?   RoseAnn: I did. I did. You know, I had worked at an independent living center doing direct services, advocacy, that kind of thing. And I just felt like if I could help influence some policies, that would be so terrific. And actually, one of the women who monitored our center told me about job openings there. And so in 1987, they were trying to bring on in RSA more people with disabilities. And that's how I got in.   Carol: very cool. And living in D.C., I just I have a love for DC. I love when the plane lands. I love everything about it.   RoseAnn: I do too.   Carol: Yeah. And that's exciting, being able to influence policy. So RoseAnn, and I know you came from that independent living side of services, how do you feel like that independent living movement has influenced VR?   RoseAnn: So as folks probably know, the independent living movement puts the consumer in control. The consumer is empowered to kind of control their services and their outcomes. Grew out of the civil rights movement and the feminist movement in the sixties and seventies. And we in VR used to have custodial attitudes that had to change because it used to be that counselors knew best what was good for people with disabilities. Well, after independent living came along, that was no longer true. For instance, in 1973, the concept of the IWR P, which is the predecessor to the IPE, came along. Folks with disabilities were partners with counsel. In determining their plan. And then in 92, of course, we had the introduction of informed choice throughout the VR process and in 2014 we had amendments that brought in the concept of maximizing employment, advancing and employment. So I think independent living needs to be given credit for really changing the scope of VR and how VR Counselors relate to people with disabilities.   Carol: I love that I sometimes help Maureen Maguire Kuletz from our team do a session for her grad students around self-advocacy. And I love looking back to those early days. You know, you go in the sixties, there's a lot of cool stuff that came out of that and it has really influenced and shaped what's happening in the world today, and that is amazing. So you've got to see that all.   RoseAnn: Absolutely.   Carol: RoseAnn, what do you think has been a real game changer in VR over the years?   RoseAnn: Well, one of the things I like to talk about as a game changer and there's probably many, but the one thing that occurs to me is technology and the advancement of technology and how that has opened up so many opportunities to people with disabilities that would just never have been there before. I remember typing on a typewriter a long time ago and having someone correct my typos. And now of course, with Jaws Screen Reader, I can do all that work myself. In fact, I edit other people's work and it is just so liberating. And that's just one very, very small example. All of the smartphones and tablets that are accessible right out of the box, that is so exciting for folks with disabilities. Now, of course, I'm most familiar with technology for blind people, but deaf folks now have video interpreting. They can live in the middle of a very rural place, and as long as they have Internet, they can get interpreters to help them facilitate their communication. And folks with physical disabilities, even very significant physical disabilities, have assistive technology to help them with their computers and to be independent at home and at work. I just cannot say enough. I think this has opened up tremendous career opportunities for people.   Carol: Yeah, I agree with that. On that technology, I think about when I was at State Services for the Blind, even just during my tenure there looking at equipment we bought early on. And then in the end you kind of want, hey, the iPhone does almost everything and there are a million awesome apps that are folks were downloading and going, Hey, we just need this. I don't need a bunch of other equipment, I just need a phone and this app and I'm good to go. I think that's cool. And for those young people out there, yes, typewriters. I remember typing master's papers and we had one line that could go back and correct. Otherwise we were using correct tape.   RoseAnn: Yes.   Carole: So, yeah. For those young people who have no idea what we're talking about, it's true. They can be grateful that there's been that advancement. So along with that kind of changes in technology, of course, what do you think is different about the expectations the newer, younger customers have as they access VR?   RoseAnn: Well, I think it's very exciting. So first of all, we've got to realize that young people were raised in a post ADA world. The ADA passed in 1990. So they expect things to be accessible. They expect services, they expect facilities to be accessible. They don't know that they shouldn't have those expectations. I find it's so gratifying to see young people with such pride and self-confidence. They demand services. They want everything right now. You know, we talked about this before, Carol, with Amazon. Amazon has raised people's expectations that they should expect their products to be delivered immediately. And I think young people particularly want the VR to reach out to them and to serve them quickly. And that's just not happening. I know we're doing some work on some modules that will be posting soon on rapid engagement, and that's just very exciting to me.   Carol: Yeah, I'm glad you made that plug for our rapid engagement series. So for our listeners, we are working on a really cool series that should come out and August and into September where we're going to talk about rapid engagement and some of the practices that could help you in VR to really more quickly engage with folks and hopefully then leads to better outcomes. And we're starting to see some really fun results from around the country. Four states that have entered into that. I know I'm working on a bathroom remodel right now and I just laughed because I was trying to order something off of Amazon and I thought, the contractor goes, well, it should be here by overnight tonight. But no, I have to wait four days. I'm like, What's wrong with that?   RoseAnn: That's right.   Carol: Oh, my gosh. So how do you those expectations that folks have now fit in with consumer choice and informed choice?   RoseAnn: Let me just talk a little bit about VR. And their role. I see the counselor as facilitating the dreams of people with disabilities. The counselor and the person with a disability are partners, and this is maybe new for some people or different kind of concept. People with disabilities have a right to try to reach goals that they want to reach. A good counselor can help them look at what's realistic. They can help them look at how different choices will have different consequences. But we can develop in VR interim objectives for somebody. For instance, if they pass a certain course, then they can go on to another course or the fall program. People with disabilities have a right to fail. We often learn more from our failures than from our successes, and I do see this whole concept of informed choice just playing into all of this that counselors need to honor that, respect that and support it.   Carol: I like that you said that learning from failure. I remember back to a parent when we were working with Pre-ETS students and they had that realization. They're like, I was trying so hard to protect my child from ever experiencing that failure, but they had this aha moment and we saw it in them and they went, You know what? We have to let them fail, just like we do our other children. Now, I love that you said that, Rosanne, you've talked to me before about Jo-Ann Wilson. She was the former RSA commissioner, and she had a whole philosophy about raising expectations. Can you tell us about that?   RoseAnn: Yes, absolutely. I love Joanne. I think she is a fantastic person and I really admire her. Honestly, she has never let anything get in the way of her doing what she wants to do. She travels extensively. She raised five kids. She headed up the rehab center in Louisiana before she became a commissioner. And she was a tireless advocate for people with disabilities. But one of the things that she always would talk about is one of our major barriers to success is low expectations. And she meant low expectations that people with disabilities have for themselves, low expectations that their families have for them, and low expectations that service providers have. And she would always talk about how we can just raise expectations. We would do so much to help people advance in their goals.   Carol: Those are wise words for today. They really are. They ring true even now. I think there's that soft bigotry of low expectations that still hangs around. Absolutely.   RoseAnn: Yeah.   Carol: So, RoseAnn, what are your thoughts about disability and poverty and how could we better address this?   RoseAnn: Well, unfortunately, you know, I don't have the exact data, but I do know that the percentage of individuals with disabilities living in poverty is higher than for the general population. I really think that the RSA's emphasis on good paying jobs is the key. It's not enough for someone to be placed in a minimum wage job or a job that just supplements SSI. I mean, obviously folks have choice about this. We need to be finding better jobs for people. Folks with disabilities have the same dreams as everyone else. They want to raise their families. They want to be active in their community. They want to travel, they want to have fun. And you can't do that if you don't have a good income. I think VR needs to work hard with employers to help them understand that someone with a disability can perform a job competently and as well or better than folks without disabilities. Unfortunately, Carol, there is still stigma or attitudinal barriers in our society. Some employers don't understand that folks with disabilities can be productive. And this is changing. But those barriers are still real. And I think VR needs to work on that.   Carol: Oh, you're dead on on that. I'm really hoping actually the one bright lining out of this pandemic is that it's been proven now that people working remotely, it's worked. I mean, it works really well, which can help individuals with disabilities who may have transportation barriers and other things being able to get into some good employment and employers being less critical about are they going to be able to do the job and giving them a shot for doing that and working from home. So I'm at least hoping I'm hopeful that that will prove to be true.   RoseAnn: I am, too. I think we have more flexibility now in our thinking than we did before the pandemic. And that's key because when we talk about accommodating somebody with a disability, sometimes it's just a matter of like restructuring a job a little bit or whatever. But I think that kind of like let's make it work no matter what.   Carol: Absolutely. So, RoseAnn, what do you think are things that VR is doing really well? And where do you think maybe we're missing the mark A little bit?   RoseAnn: I. First want to say that VR is a great program and I think we need to own that. There's hardly anything that cannot be provided to an individual with a disability if it's related to their employment outcome. We've got a great program to work with. I think it's exciting that VR agencies are beginning to really analyze their performance. That's one of the things I do think we're beginning to do well. I think another thing is that we have very dedicated counselors. It sure isn't the money that keeps them in the field. Right. But they're dedicated and that's wonderful. A few challenges or things that I think maybe could be better. I would love to see agencies work on getting more financial compensation for counselors. I think unfortunately, you know, we have a high turnover rate and if we paid people better, that would really help to keep them. In terms of the VR process, we allow the process to control us. We need to look at outcomes. The process in VR is good because it makes sure that people with disabilities are being treated fairly and equitably. It ensures that all the regulatory requirements are met. But that's not the end in itself. That's not what we're really all about. We're about outcomes and we need to focus our work on outcomes. Another thing I just wanted to mention, I don't think our agencies sometimes reward people on the staff who are creative and think outside the box, you know? And then the last thing I would say is we've often heard that VR is the best kept secret, but why the heck are we a best kept secret? We should be out there waiting to tell people what we do, to tell folks with disabilities, employers, other service providers, what we can offer because we are a tremendous resource. And that's an area where I think we can, we can improve.   Carol: I agree on that 100%. I know when I interviewed at State Services for the Blind, the director at the time told me, yeah, we're, you know, we're the best kept secret. I still remember that. And I remember telling staff when I got to the agency, I'm like, I don't want to be the best kept secret. We need to have people come in the door. And I love that we've got some agencies out now doing some cool things. I know David D'Angelo from Mass Commission for the Blind, he did a whole PSA campaign and it really impacted his numbers. He was, I think, one of the few programs during the pandemic, like their numbers stayed up. He wasn't losing tons of people.   RoseAnn: That's great. Yeah.   Carol: He made a big effort. And I know other folks have really been looking into that same kind of thinking, being able to get the word out so people can come in and find us. So do you have any ideas on how VR can shore up those areas where we might be missing the mark?   RoseAnn: Well, okay, so just to kind of continue along the same vein I was just talking about, first of all, I think it's really unfortunate that we lost our in-service training grants because of high staff turnover. We really need those training dollars. And I know, of course, agencies can spend their Title One funds on training. I'm sure they do. But I wish we had that dedicated funding source. if we had, I know there's a lot of training available online for counselors and maybe there'd be a way to provide incentives for people completing the training. Also, maybe some incentives for counselors who develop relationships with service providers. You know, we need our partners, Carol, to provide supports to people with disabilities that VR doesn't provide or can't provide. And so if we had folks going out and making contacts in the community and developing partnerships, I think they should be rewarded for that effort. I also think job development, that is a tough skill. It's a different set of skills than most counselors have, that's for sure. And we need dedicated folks to meet with employers and become liaisons with them and really develop jobs for folks. I mean, it is not sufficient to just give a person with a disability a link to Indeed a couple of job openings or whatever. You know, that's not what I'm talking about. I think we need to do some targeted job development more than we do.   Carol: Yeah, I couldn't agree more on that. That job development, it takes a skill set when you're doing that, and it's not always a skill set that a counselor has. And I know definitely some agencies require the counselors to do that work too. But boy, that's tough if that isn't kind of in your wheelhouse of engaging with employers that way.   RoseAnn: Right.   Carol: So Rosanne, if you had a crystal ball, what would be your predictions for VR in 20 years?   RoseAnn: Oh, my goodness. Okay. If I had a crystal ball. Well, first of all, let me say that I do believe we are at a very critical juncture right now. Unfortunately, our numbers are going down. I worry in this inflationary era whether funding for VR will become tighter. We have to prove. Our work, I think that if we offer diminished services and fewer outcomes. That's just not a good thing right now. We need to reinvent ourselves, as I talked about. We need to provide incentives for creative staff and support their creativity. We need to get our consumer partners, our individuals with disabilities to value us. And that's through working with folks with disabilities openly, honestly and being efficient. That whole rapid engagement thing we talked about earlier, educating employers about VR, what VR can do for folks with disabilities. Again, VR is a great program, but we need to market it. I see the future can be bright, but we need to do some work, I think some substantial work and we need to do it quickly.   Carol: Yeah, I agree on that. I was excited to hear the CSAVR group. I was on the director call yesterday and listening to some things that folks are doing to try to shore up recruitment, retention, and that was really encouraging with a couple of states and successes they've had. But I know the fall conference, they're focusing on some three main categories and one of them really is about outreach in the promotion of the program, which is smart. I think they're spot on and that they're in-tune to what's happening right now. So I'm encouraged about what we'll see this fall and hopefully that will get people energized across the country. So, Rosanne, I know there are a lot of people that are new to VR across the country. What advice would you give to them as they're learning and working in the program?   RoseAnn: Well, this has to be your passion. If you're new in this field, you're going to have to work hard. You're not going to get paid as much as you might if you were in some other field. So this needs to be your passion. If you truly believe that folks with disabilities have rights to full employment and should be treated equitably. You are so valuable to us and I really hope you'll stay in this field. But it's got to be a passion for you. We need you, that's for sure.   Carol: Well said. We need you, that's for sure. That is great. So, Rosanne, I just want to switch gears a minute and talk about the work you've been doing for us at the QM. You have been curating a lot of website content and also working on a project regarding long COVID. Can you tell our listeners a little bit about that work?   RoseAnn: Sure. Long COVID is something that gosh, you know, it's very distressing. When I saw the data, a very conservative estimate is that like 7.5 million individuals have long COVID. And that means that they have limitations that are characterized by having had COVID that may prevent them from working. And that's why VR needs to be involved with some of these people. And so the work that I did, which I believe has been posted, talks about when we determine that someone with long COVID has a disability for VR purposes, but it's an evolving area. Carol. I know I particularly want to be involved in keeping up to date because things are changing. There's some reports coming out of the Department of Health and Human Services just this week about long COVID and what supports people need. It's very exciting and I'm really glad that the center here is working on this.   Carol: Yeah, we really appreciate you doing that work. And for our listeners, you can find what RoseAnn has done on our VRTAC-QM.org website. And if you go to resources, you can either go on the search box or you can go to resources and look for the information on Long-covid. You'll find that right away on the page. And I know she's continuing to work on adding, so that'll be a kind of an evolving document, I believe, and going forward.   RoseAnn: right.   Carol: Yeah. We really appreciate it. So, RoseAnn, do you have any other parting words of wisdom for all of us?   RoseAnn: Carol, I don't know that I have any parting words of wisdom. I think working together, you know, at all levels, we're going to get this job done. And I'm very excited. I think we've got people with disabilities who are demanding their rights and wanting services. I think we've got people of goodwill and dedication in VR. I'm just very excited about what all this can mean. I think we need to work together, be honest with each other, communicate and really get the job done.   Carol: Well said, RoseAnn. Well, thanks for being on our program today. I really appreciate it. And I look forward to talking to you some more.   RoseAnn: Yeah. Thank you so much for having me. I've enjoyed it. I've never done a podcast before, but this has been fun.   Carol: Awesome. Well, have a great day.   RoseAnn: Thank you.   {Music} Speaker1: Conversations powered by VR, one manager at a time, one minute at a time, brought to you by the VR TAC for Quality Management. Catch all of our podcast episodes by subscribing on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. Thanks for listening!

Retirement Talk for Boomers, Seniors, and Retirees

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The Daily Pep! | Rebel-Rousing, Encouragement, & Inspiration for Creative & Multi-Passionate Women

This weekend I'm setting you a challenge! Sign up for my weekly Letters of Rebellion here!  About Meg & The Daily Pep! I'm Meg and I'm the host of The Daily Pep! and The Couragemakers Podcast and founder of The Rebel Rousers. I'm a coach, writer and all-round rebel-rouser for creative and multi-passionate women to do the things only they can do and build a wholehearted life. When I'm not recording episodes, writing bullshit-free Letters of Rebellion to my wonderful Couragemakers community or hosting workshops/group programmes, I'm usually covered in paint or walking my wonderfully weird cockapoo Merlin. Website | Instagram | The Couragemakers Podcast | Letters of Rebellion | Rebel Creators

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2173. Looking Forward to Sunday Morning (1 Year Lectionary) Trinity 8 – Pr. David Petersen, 8/5/22

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 57:22


Pr. David Petersen of Gottesdienst: The Journal of Lutheran Liturgy God With Us Gottesdienst: The Journal of Lutheran Liturgy

The Philadelphia Sports Table | Philly Sports News & Views
"Looking Forward To Something At Linebacker?" (PST Show #474)

The Philadelphia Sports Table | Philly Sports News & Views

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 68:36


The Philadelphia Eagles are the early stages of their training camp and the preseason. It's an exciting time to think about where this team can go this coming year given their offseason moves and acquisitions. Shane Haff from ThePaintedLines.com and the Chalk Talk podcast joined us for an in-depth discussion this week focused on a bunch of various Eagles training camp storylines.But first, we dove into the recent trades made by the Phillies at the trade deadline. Yes, this team appears to have gotten better from a talent perspective as they're looking down a wild card spot in the NL. (approx. 3:10)From there, we responded to Listener Feedback. The question posed to us was: who has done more long-term damage to their team? Chuck Fletcher, the Colangelos, or McPhail/Klentak? (approx. 14:25)Then we discussed and gave our viewpoints on how the NBA is now investigating the Sixers for "illegal tampering" before free agency. (approx. 27:15)Moving on, we gave some thoughts on storylines that have been boiling up within the NFL: Kyler Murray's contract situation and the "independent study" and Deshaun Watson's suspension and how the NFL's suspension system is out of whack. (approx. 34:55)What we threw down on the Table this week was a great discussion Shane Haff from The Painted Lines about Eagles training camp, what we're seeing, and what we can expect this coming season on offensive, defensive, and special teams. What's the logical next step for DeVonta Smith within this Eagles offense? What will Jordan Davis bring to the defensive line this year, and the years to come? Will the Eagles ever get a productive kick and punt returner? All of this and much more this week on the Table! (approx. 45:10)Head over to our website for all of our podcasts and more: philadelphiasportstable.com.Follow the guys on Twitter:Jeff Warren: @Jeffrey_WarrenLen Hunsicker: @LenHunsickerErik Leonard: @BrickPolittFollow the show on Instagram: instagram.com/philadelphiasportstable"Like" our Facebook Page: facebook.com/PhiladelphiaSportsTable

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2162. Looking Forward to Sunday Morning (3 Year Lectionary): Pentecost 9 – Dr. Carl Fickenscher, 8/4/22

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 57:12


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Youth & Young Adults Podcast
Podcast 18: Looking Forward

Youth & Young Adults Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022


Special guest Tod Verville is with us today! We talk about running cross country, sprints, some funny stories of races and how we can use all this wisdom and experience of running races to help our walk with the Lord. Tod was in intern at Cornerstone for 2 years, he's currently pursuing his degree in Biblical studies, you'll love what he has to share today.

Maize n Brew: for Michigan Wolverines fans
Brewcast: Looking Forward to Fall Camp Opening

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 30:36


The biggest storyline Wolverines fans will be following as Michigan open falls camp Wednesday is who will win the starting quarterback job, cade McNamara or JJ McCarthy? But there are many other intriguing storylines and questions that will be answered over the next month. Luke Ghiardi and Scotty White give their favorites. All of our Maize n Brew podcasts are available wherever you get your shows! Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review: Apple | Spotify | Google | Stitcher | Megaphone Twitter: https://twitter.com/MaizenBrew Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/maizenbrewsbn/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/maizenbrewsbn YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZBJuf_eohVzbfZmZzMIdqA Discord: https://discord.com/invite/vZMsMTF Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Felger & Massarotti
Chaim Bloom Only Looking Forward // Patriots Training Camp Day 6 // Mac Jones' Frustration Seeps Through – 8/2 (Hour 2)

Felger & Massarotti

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 41:20


0:00 – Chaim Bloom focused on the long haul, not this year's team.   10:06 – Patriots training camp day 6 was dominated by defense.   22:25 – Looking at the Patriots offensive line at training camp.   31:20 – Mac Jones' frustration starts to seep through.

Mile High Report
Something Something Broncos: Looking back on week 1 of training camp and looking forward to the HOF game

Mile High Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 27:50


Rachel Strand and Tanner Watts join Mike and Jess to reflect on a great first week of training camp. Are you pumped for the Raiders and Jacksonville tilt on Thursday night? Here's what these Broncos fans are watching for as preseason football officially get under way. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

98.5 The Sports Hub Audio
Chaim Bloom Only Looking Forward // Patriots Training Camp Day 6 // Mac Jones' Frustration Seeps Through – 8/2 (Hour 2)

98.5 The Sports Hub Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 41:20


0:00 – Chaim Bloom focused on the long haul, not this year's team.   10:06 – Patriots training camp day 6 was dominated by defense.   22:25 – Looking at the Patriots offensive line at training camp.   31:20 – Mac Jones' frustration starts to seep through.

New Heights Church Podcast
Looking Back, Looking Forward | CARRY ON

New Heights Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 33:34


"Looking Back, Looking Forward" is the first sermon in this series. 2 Timothy begins with Paul's salutation to the young pastor as the apostle begins to bear his heart open in his final communication with his son in the faith. He reminds Timothy of legacy and reminds Timothy of their godly friendship in Jesus.

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Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle (BYU)
8-1-22 - Hour 1 - Which fall camp position battles are you looking forward to the most?

Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle (BYU)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 50:26


Today's Co-Hosts: Ben Criddle (@criddlebenjamin) Subscribe to the Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle podcast:Apple Podcastshttps://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle/id996764363Google Podcastshttps://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMTM2OTkzOS9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkSpotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7dZvrG1ZtKkfgqGenR3S2mPocket Castshttps://pca.st/SU8aOvercasthttps://overcast.fm/itunes996764363/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle-byuSpreakerhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddleStitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=66416iHeartRadiohttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-cougar-sports-with-29418022TuneInhttps://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports-Talk--News/Cougar-Sports-with-Ben-Criddle-p731529/

Central Sermon Podcast
At the Lord’s Table - Audio

Central Sermon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 32:55


We need to look backward and forward when we approach the Lord’s Supper. We need to look backward toward the shadow of the exodus that anticipates the glory of the cross. We also need to look forward to the coming of God’s Kingdom where he will make all things new.

Jacksonville Jaguars Recent
Kicker, defense progression & looking forward to pads | Jaguars Reporters: Friday, July 29

Jacksonville Jaguars Recent

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 12:18


Ashlyn Sullivan, Brian Sexton and J.P. Shadrick review the opening week of training camp and look forward to the start of padded practices on the Jaguars Reporters Podcast.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

ESPN 700 | Utah's #1 Sports Talk
|Pac-12 Media Day| Daniel Scott on being recruited in high school and what he is looking forward to in his last year

ESPN 700 | Utah's #1 Sports Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 7:11


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2102. Looking Forward to Sunday Morning (1 Year Lectionary) Trinity 7 – Pr. David Petersen, 7/29/22

Issues, Etc.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 37:13


Pr. David Petersen of Gottesdienst: The Journal of Lutheran Liturgy God With Us Gottesdienst: The Journal of Lutheran Liturgy

MONEY FM 89.3 - Your Money With Michelle Martin
Market View: What to expect looking forward after the Fed's rate hike, Meta, Ford, Kering

MONEY FM 89.3 - Your Money With Michelle Martin

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 15:43


On the back of the US Federal Reserve 75 basis point interest rate hike, Melissa Hyak and Ryan Huang discuss what investors and companies are looking out from the Fed. They also run through how wall street fared overnight as some key US sectors managed to outperform expectations and rebound. However, they also highlight three companies- Meta, Ford, Kering less than stellar performance and discuss their prospects looking forward.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Issues, Etc.
Looking Forward to Sunday Morning (1 Year Lectionary) Trinity 7 – Pr. David Petersen, 7/28/22

Issues, Etc.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 65:46


Pr. David Petersen of Gottesdienst: The Journal of Lutheran Liturgy God With Us Gottesdienst: The Journal of Lutheran Liturgy

Wet Jeans
Looking Forward To My Weekly Prostate Exam

Wet Jeans

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 50:34


Episode 187. Merch is out now on wetjeansmerch.com !!!! Thank you for supporting us. For more content, subscribe to our patreon at patreon.com/wetjeanspodcast.FOLLOW US:ANDY:twitter: @champagneanyoneinsta: @andychampsROB:twitter: @robbywgucciinsta: @robbywgucci WJtwitter: @wetjanspodinsta: @wetjeanspodcast

Crushing It.
Looking Forward

Crushing It.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 11:00


Chief Legal Officer, Jose Gonzalez joins the discussion this week to talk about his experience joining Equitable. He takes time to discuss what makes Equitable distinct from the rest. GE-4847575.1(7/22)(Exp.7/24)

At His Feet
Bonus | Looking Forward

At His Feet

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 17:04


Today marks 12 years since I was baptized in Jesus name. This episode is simply the testimony of my conversion and my thoughts from today.

Stories of Impact
Human Flourishing: A Look Back & Looking Forward with Dr. Andrew Serazin

Stories of Impact

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 33:18


Today is our 20th and final episode of the Luminaries of Human Flourishing season on the Stories of Impact podcast. All season, we've been in conversation with artists, politicians, technologists, environmentalists, doctors, faith leaders, educators, sociologists, and other luminaries. And today we circle back to the beginning, in conversation with President of Templeton World Charity Foundation, biomedical scientist Andrew Serazin, whose focus on human flourishing opened the door for us to create this special series. We're going to take a summer break before we return in the fall with a new year of programming, but before we leave this season, we wanted Dr. Serazin to share more about the genesis of TWCF's Human Flourishing Initiative, and where the foundation is heading next.  Here's our friend, Dr. Andrew Serazin. Read the transcript of this episode Subscribe to Stories of Impact wherever you listen to podcasts Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube Comments, questions and suggestions info@storiesofimpact.org Supported by Templeton World Charity Foundation

Let's Get Surety
#68 Thinking Back & Looking Forward: Conversations With NASBP Past Presidents, Episode 2

Let's Get Surety

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 31:18


On this episode of Let's Get Surety® we are joined by two NASBP Past Presidents, Susan Hecker of Gallagher and Ed Heine of PayneWest Insurance, Inc., to discuss their career paths, volunteerism, and presidential terms. Their individual stories reveal the important role that NASBP leadership activities played in shaping their careers. This episode was recorded at the NASBP 2022 Annual Meeting in Palm Desert, CA, an impactful event and unparalleled networking opportunity for surety professionals, including for our guests. Find out more about NASBP's 5-15 Committee that is mentioned during this episode and check out the Lean Into Leadership: Talking Surety With the 5-15 podcast series focusing on guests and topics selected by the NASBP 5-15 Leadership Committee. With special guests: Susan Hecker, Director - National Contract Surety, Gallagher and Ed Heine, Managing Director – Surety, PayneWest Insurance, Inc. Hosted by: Kat Shamapande, Director, Professional Development, NASBP and Mark McCallum, CEO, NASBP

Blogging the Boys: for Dallas Cowboys fans
Hidden Yardage: What we are looking forward to from camp

Blogging the Boys: for Dallas Cowboys fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 50:30


With training camp finally here there are some things that we have been wanting to see for a while that are finally going to begin to unfold. What are those things specifically? Check out the latest episode of Hidden Yardage as Mark Lane and Sean Martin discuss! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Issues, Etc.
2062. Looking Forward to Sunday Morning (3 Year Lectionary): Pentecost 8 – Dr. Carl Fickenscher, 7/25/22

Issues, Etc.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 57:39


Dr. Carl Fickenscher of Concordia Theological Seminary-Ft. Wayne, IN Concordia Theological Seminary-Fort Wayne

Pittsburgh Steelers Podcast | Steel City Underground
What storylines are we looking forward to at Steelers training camp?

Pittsburgh Steelers Podcast | Steel City Underground

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 79:56


Joe and Zac are ready for training camp! This Wednesday things get underway at Saint Vincent's College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, as the Pittsburgh Steelers begin their training camp. What are some of the top storylines as the players begin to report? And what are some of the must-see things if you attend? The hosts cover […] What storylines are we looking forward to at Steelers training camp? appeared first on Steel City Underground.

Green Pond Bible Chapel Sermons
Looking Forward by Looking Back [Psalm 21] - Psalms

Green Pond Bible Chapel Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 50:01


In Psalm 21 we learned that with our God, through His gospel, past performance is a guarantee of future results.

What’s On Disney Plus Podcast
What Are We Looking Forward To Watching On Disney+ In August? | What's On Disney Plus Podcast #199

What’s On Disney Plus Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 57:32


In this What's On Disney Plus Podcast episode, Roger and James discuss everything they are looking forward to watching on Disney+ in August. Plus, they discuss Disney+ adding mature content following the addition of "Deadpool". They also discuss all the news coming out of the Marvel Studios animation panel at SDCC. They also discuss "High School Musical: The Series" and "Light & Magic". If you enjoy our podcast, please consider supporting it via our Patreon or as a YouTube Channel Membership from as little as $2 a month and get access to exclusive content and much more.

DisKingdom Podcast - Disney | Marvel | Star Wars
What Are We Looking Forward To Watching On Disney+ In August? | What's On Disney Plus Podcast #199

DisKingdom Podcast - Disney | Marvel | Star Wars

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 57:32


In this What's On Disney Plus Podcast episode, Roger and James discuss everything they are looking forward to watching on Disney+ in August. Plus, they discuss Disney+ adding mature content following the addition of "Deadpool". They also discuss all the news coming out of the Marvel Studios animation panel at SDCC. They also discuss "High School Musical: The Series" and "Light & Magic". If you enjoy our podcast, please consider supporting it via our Patreon or as a YouTube Channel Membership from as little as $2 a month and get access to exclusive content and much more.

DK Pittsburgh Sports Radio
The Dale Lolley Show: Looking forward to training camp

DK Pittsburgh Sports Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 24:23


On this episode, Dale Lolley gives you his expectations for the Steelers going into the 2022 season and looks ahead to the start of training camp in Latrobe. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The European Skeptics Podcast
TheESP – Ep. #335 – Looking forward to QED 2020!

The European Skeptics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 67:45


– with special guests Alice and Marsh This week we have celebrity company in the form of Alice Howarth and Michael “Marsh” Marshall of Skeptics with a K fame! Before they tell all about QED in October, we chat a bit about the LHC firing up again, EU law suits against Hungary, homeopathy against the heath wave and the brand new interview with Claire Klingenberg on Skeptical Inquirer conducted by Annika. In TWISH we here about Sir Richard Owen and his role in in founding the Natural History Museum in London. Pope Frankie is going to Canada next week to make his apologies, but we suggest he bring a big bag of money as well. Then it's time for the news: INTERNATIONAL: Record child vaccinations setback, due to covid INTERNATIONAL: Stronger democracies have seen fewer excess deaths SWEDEN: Anti-vaxxer site publishes names of 800 covid-vaccinated children GERMANY: The ‘Europol ploy' that scammed thousands of Germans UK: Tory leadership contestant supporter of homeopathy SPACE: More info on space collaboration between Russia and the US Some geniuses in Switzerland called “Safe Blood” have started a campaign for people that want access to “unvaccinated blood” and for that they are Really Wrong. Enjoy! Segments: Intro; Greetings; Interview; TWISH; Pontus Pokes The Pope; News; Really Wrong; Quote And Farewell; Outro; Out-Takes;

The Pop Culture Pros Podcast Network
The Put it in the Books Show! S5 E14 - First half in the books, Looking forward to second half

The Pop Culture Pros Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 56:06


It's time for episode #14 of Season 5 (Episode 163 overall) of The Put it in the Books Show with Farace, Keith, Rodriguez, and Producer Joe! It's all Mets, all the time. #Mets #NewYorkMets #PiitB #PCP #PCPJunkies --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/popculturepros/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/popculturepros/support

Issues, Etc.
2033. Looking Forward to Sunday Morning (1 Year Lectionary) Trinity 6 – Pr. David Petersen, 7/22/22

Issues, Etc.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 57:28


Pr. David Petersen of Gottesdienst: The Journal of Lutheran Liturgy God With Us Gottesdienst: The Journal of Lutheran Liturgy

3HL
SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey on 3HL - I Have Been Looking Forward to This

3HL

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 22:46


SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey joined 3HL to talk about how he became commissioner, what his favorite books are, and how hectic last year's SEC Media Days wasSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

3HL
3HL - 7-21-22 - Hour 3 - I Have Been Looking Forward to This All Week

3HL

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 44:17


I Have Been Looking Forward to This All WeekSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Issues, Etc.
2023. Looking Forward to Sunday Morning (3 Year Lectionary): Pentecost 7 – Dr. Carl Fickenscher, 7/21/22

Issues, Etc.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 57:15


Dr. Carl Fickenscher of Concordia Theological Seminary-Ft. Wayne, IN Concordia Theological Seminary-Fort Wayne

In The Circle
Apologies and Looking Forward

In The Circle

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 51:40


On our latest episode of In The Circle, Victor and Eric address their comments on Monday's episode and the passionate response from the Oklahoma fanbase. They apologize for their Kevin Durant comparison and clear up on the issues going on with college sports as well as the transfer portal.   Plus, Eric Lopez welcomes back Rhiannon Potkey from D1 Softball to the podcast. She recently wrote about a recent meeting in Indianapolis between the NCAA Division I Softball Committee and NFCA where they discussed potential changes within college softball. Among the topics discussed were a possible replacement for the RPI, eliminating restrictions on dugout celebrations, and changes to the end of regionals.    Eric asks Victor his thoughts on the possibility of adding an additional day for regionals and more time in between games during regionals. We wrap-up with sharing upcoming guests on the podcast.

Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans
The Great British Chiefs Show - Quarterback Contracts, Orlando Brown Contract, Arrowheadlines, & Looking Forward to Camp (EP. 46)

Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 51:50


Brad and Tom are back for another edition of the Great British Chiefs Show! The Arizona Cardinals inked quarterback Kyler Murray to a massive contract that continues to prove the Chiefs got a big-time deal when Patrick Mahomes signed his contract. At some point, the Chiefs will have to fork over some more cash for Patrick. Orlando Brown Jr. did not come to a deal–so his status for camp is up in the air. We've got plenty of Arrowheadlines–and we take a look at training camp as rookies and quarterbacks report on Friday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

BSN Denver Nuggets Podcast
Porter quarters? Murray flurries? What are you looking forward to most next year?

BSN Denver Nuggets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 61:02 Very Popular


Adam Mares, Harrison Wind, Brendan Vogt and Eric Wedum discuss what they're most looking forward to next season. A Porter quarter? A Murray flurry? A Bones Blitz? That one might need to be workshopped. Then, a snake draft of the best soon-to-be moments from the 2022-23 season. 4:55 - Lisa Ann reads a book 8:30 - Bones Hyland's dog is missing 15:00 - Who's most likely... 30:00 - Snake Draft Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Locked On Kentucky
Lane Kiffin is looking forward to playing Kentucky football, Justin Edwards announces commitment date

Locked On Kentucky

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 26:25


On today's episode of Locked On Kentucky, Lance Dawe discusses Lane Kiffin's remarks at SEC Media Days about looking forward to playing Kentucky football. Lance also sits down with Zac Blackerby of the Locked On Auburn podcast to discuss what happened during day one of media days with Lane Kiffin, Brian Kelly of LSU, and SEC commissioner Greg Sankey. Five-star Justin Edwards is announcing his commitment July 25th. He's choosing between Kentucky and Tennessee. Is John Calipari building a superclass? Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Engaging Gospel Doctrine
411: Looking Back and Looking Forward

Engaging Gospel Doctrine

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 40:45


I can’t believe we have been producing Engaging Gospel Doctrine for ten years! This special episode discusses the purpose and past of the podcast as well as milestones in my own journey and process. I also discuss the future of the podcast and the Olam Institute and its projects. Olam SiteWorkplace Wellness Presentation

North Valley Baptist Church Preaching Podcast
Looking Forward – Dr. Jack Trieber

North Valley Baptist Church Preaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 25:18


Dr. Jack Trieber preached a message entitled "Looking Forward" during the Sunday Evening service on July 17, 2022, at North Valley Baptist Church in Santa Clara, California. View Archived Services at nvbc.org

Disorderly Dogs!
218. From avoiding walks to looking forward to them

Disorderly Dogs!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 Very Popular


Check complete show notes hereEpisode 218: From avoiding walks to looking forward to themReactive Redefined FREE Mini Course  Adventure Dog Academy FREE Mini CourseTrustworthy RecallsFollow us on Instagram @agoodfeeling_inco www.agoodfeelingdogtraining.comVetCs discount code DISORDERLYDOGS 10% off your purchase Leaving a 5-star review really helps this podcast reach other dog guardians in search of help for their dogs and I literally read every single one! Song credit: Podington Bear

Issues, Etc.
Looking Forward to Sunday Morning (1 Year Lectionary) Trinity 5 – Pr. David Petersen, 7/14/22

Issues, Etc.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 52:34


Pr. David Petersen of Gottesdienst: The Journal of Lutheran Liturgy God With Us Gottesdienst: The Journal of Lutheran Liturgy

Back Door Cover
NBA movement, Mo Bamba, looking forward to the Open, and more

Back Door Cover

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 16:46


Brad and Micah are back to talk about some sports during the slowest sports time of the year. We also talk about Brad's recent pool party. You'll enjoy it. micahwiener.com

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1924. Looking Forward to Sunday Morning (3 Year Lectionary): Pentecost 6 – Dr. Carl Fickenscher, 7/11/22

Issues, Etc.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 57:37


Dr. Carl Fickenscher of Concordia Theological Seminary-Ft. Wayne, IN Concordia Theological Seminary-Fort Wayne