This week on Real Talk with Rachael, I'm chatting with Mary Jo Pierce. Mary Jo served as pastor of prayer and Intercession at Gateway Church for 17 years and is passionate about helping you find your voice in and through prayer! An accomplished author and public speaker, Mary Jo combines her love of prayer, scriptures, and baking bread through her ACTS 2:42 seminars. Her books Let It Rise, Adventures in Prayer, and Follow Me, have unlocked the joy of living prayer for readers across the world. Key Points from Our Conversation: Prayer is so much more than what we do or say, it's who we are. It's the essence of abiding in God. Prayer is often put in a religious box, but each of us has a prayer life that's unique to us. Prayers aren't always words. Prayer connects people to God. Engaging God in your tasks, whether they're hobbies, errands, etc., transforms those acts into worship because they glorify Him. There's so much to pray about that we can get overwhelmed, but we are uniquely created to carry God's burdens in certain areas, i.e. our "prayer assignments". If you don't know what your assignment is, ask the Lord how you should pray, then listen to His response. We think of rest as a vacation, but rest (Sabbath) is God's gift to us. Ask the Lord what rest should look like for you. Sabbath is a spiritual discipline. Ask how you want your Sabbath to look from your other days. Rest is a weapon. Designate a space for meeting with the Lord. Let's Get Real Practical: What does practical, simplified prayer look like for you? How can you bring prayer into what you're already doing? Connect with Mary Jo: website | Instagram | Facebook Connect with Rachael: website | Instagram | Facebook
Breaking The Silence with Dr Gregory Williams With Guest, Mary Jo Ross, Speaker, Advocate, Survivor/Thriver Mary Jo Ross used workaholism for 14 years as a coping method to avoid the pain and memories of her childhood. Mary Jo joins this edition of Breaking the Silence sharing her story to help educate and encourage others to do the same.
Pastors Robert Baltodano and Lloyd Pulley Question Timestamps: Bobby, DE (6:08) - Which verse describes the three years Saul spent studying, was it Acts 9:19 or Acts 9:23? Was Simon the magician saved in Acts 8? Virginia, NY (14:06) - How can I advise my friend who has been invited to a family member's lesbian wedding? Shana, HI (18:08) - Why are things happening today that should happen during the Great Tribulation? Giovanna, NY (22:08) - Does God forget our sins before we ask him to forgive them? Mary Jo, NJ (25:03) - Can you give me some scriptures that show that hell is real, what it's like, and what to do to avoid going there? Ashley, NJ (36:26) - How does James 1:17 fit into the rest of James 1? Gael, AL (39:23) - Does 1 Corinthians 7:14 mean that an unbelieving spouse is saved by a believing spouse? Benjamin, email (42:17) - Why don't more pastors speak out against the cult of Freemasonry? Anthony, NY (46:57) - Did Jesus go to hell after he was crucified? What is the candlestick mentioned in Revelation? Can you lose your salvation once you are saved? Kathy, NY (52:44) - Are “the powers” in 1 Corinthians 2:8 the powers of Satan and his minions or the Jews? Questions? 888-712-7434 Questions@bbtlive.org
Have you ever debated whether that homeschool convention you saw advertised is really worth it? The answer is, it depends on the conference and your approach! Brennan and Mary Jo Dean, the founders of Great Homeschool Conventions, are here to give you hope (college drop-outs CAN successfully home school - and more!), talk to you about how you can get the most out of a homeschool conference, and give you an idea of what to expect when you visit one of theirs (hint: these events have value for both new AND experienced homeschool parents!)
Auxiliary Gate 155 - Trailblazers of the Sport (Ex-Jockeys Michelle Lovell and Mary Jo Eyerman) by CC Broaddus, Alan Schneider & Brandon Jaggers
Mary Jo Rapini is a highly respected and renowned licensed professional counselor, psychotherapist, and certified sex therapist based in Houston, Texas. With an impressive career spanning over two decades, Mary Jo has established herself as a leading expert in the field of mental health, relationships, and sexuality.Known for her compassionate and empathetic approach, Mary Jo has touched the lives of countless individuals and couples, helping them navigate through various challenges and find healing and growth. She possesses a unique ability to create a safe and non-judgmental space where clients feel comfortable sharing their deepest concerns and vulnerabilities.Mary Jo's expertise extends to a wide range of areas, including depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, and self-esteem issues. She is particularly recognized for her work in the realm of relationships and sexuality. Her comprehensive knowledge and understanding of these topics have made her a sought-after professional in the media, with appearances on popular television shows like "Dr. Phil" and "The Doctors."Mary Jo's mission is to build and encourage healthy, strong relationships, beginning with the most important relationship of all - the one with yourself. Every relationship you will ever have depends upon your ability to understand and get along with yourself.Please enjoy my conversation with Mary Jo Rapini.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4858435/advertisement
Chappaquiddick: The Killing of Mary Jo KopechneThis is the complete FBI CHAPPAQUIDDICK file. Much of the hit movie is based on this file. These pages are in the same order as found in the file. It must be noted that the clear majority of Americans believe Edward Kennedy let Mary Jo drown to save himself and his political career. Most think he got away with killing her. As a former detective, I believe he got away with it. From Kennedy's delay in notifying police, his selective memory, his unbelievable testimony contained in these pages and the theatrical grand jury which only heard from 4 witnesses totaling 20 minutes of testimony before deciding not to indict. It's clear that since this occurred in the Kennedy's kingdom of Massachusetts, the fix was in. How much did it cost, we'll never know. All we do know is that Mary Jo did not receive justice. Edward Kennedy was convicted for leaving the scene of an accident with bodily injury. His penalty, two months in jail—but the sentence was suspended. In simple terms, he didn't spend a single day in jail for killing her. That is not justice. As you read the court testimony pay particular attention to Kennedy's highly scripted and dubious statements.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/1198501/advertisement
Today I'm sitting down with my dear friend Mary Jo Rapini, who is a clinical psychologist with specialized training in sex therapy for individuals and couples. Mary Jo is an author, speaker, frequent guest on national TV and audio platforms, and also has a fantastic YouTube channel and social media presence focusing on sexual wellness, particularly for women in Midlife. Today we are talking about the importance of connection for rejuvenating sexual energy, either in relationships or individually, and some practical ways that you can truly have the deepest and most connected relationship at any stage or age in life. Stay connected with Mary Jo Rapini: www.MaryjoRapini.com
This week's spa episode and weight loss regimen for Suzanne and Charlene vs. weight gain regimen for Julia and Mary JO inspired this week's segment. Join us as we discuss the culture's obsession with thinness and weight loss. What's going on here? How is this affecting people? How do we put aside the fad diets for good and find long lasting healthy eating habits?
Welcome to Barn Talk! What happens at the barn, stays in the barn, but not today! We're letting it all out. In this episode we have Mary Jo Irmen on the show, she is the host, author and Farm Finance Strategist of Farming without the bank. Discover the importance of expert mediation, the pitfalls of non-family member attorneys. Uncover the intriguing world of infinite banking and its potential for financial success in farming. Buy Our Pork From Our Farm ➱ https://farmergrade.com Interested in diving deeper into the world of propane? Discover a wealth of information, tips, and resources by visiting ➱ https://propane.com/ Follow Mary Jo Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mjirmen/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@MaryJoIrmen Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/farmingwithoutthebank Barn Talk Merch!
In one corner, we have Julia and Mary Jo: pampered, well-rested, stuffed on sundaes. In the other corner, Charlene and Suzanne: beaten with vines, exhausted, and hungry. All we can tell you is there's gonna be hell to pay when the two collide. Come back on Thursday for an “Extra Sugar” where we'll take a closer look at fad diets and eyebrow-raising weight loss treatments.
Published: December 01, 2019 This week we visit one of Changing Our World's former clients, the Central Association of the Miraculous Medal. We visit with Mary Jo Timlin-Hoag, President and Chief Executive Officer, and Sheila McGirl, CFRE, Senior Director of Institutional Advancement. Kaitlin McTighe, Managing Director at Changing Our World, joins Jim Friend for this conversation.Mary Jo is the first lay president and CEO in the 103-year history of the Shrine. She has held leadership roles at Aetna, GE Healthcare, General Motors, McKesson, MedScape, and Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. She was also active through service on several charitable boards and a member of a number of professional societies. Mary Jo has a long connection to the shrine. When she was a child, her parents had a devotion to the Virgin Mary and brought Mary Jo regularly to a weekly novena. Mary Jo's connection with CAMM has been reinforced over the years through her brother, Father John Timlin, C.M. Fr. John directs the formation at the Vincentians' nearby De Paul Novitiate.Sheila McGirl is a Fundraising Executive who has served the Church of Philadelphia and the Diocese of Camden since 2005. Sheila recently came to the Shrine from the Diocese of Camden, where she served as Associate Director of Development. She also served as Founder and member of the Board of Trustees for the Catholic Business Network of South Jersey. About the Shrine and the Vincentians The Central Association of the Miraculous Medal is dedicated to spreading devotion to Mary Immaculate and her Miraculous Medal. CAMM supports the promotion of this devotion in a variety of ways. Helping the formation and education of seminarians, providing care to the aged and infirm Priests and Brothers of the Eastern Province, and supporting programs that provide assistance to the poor.The Miraculous Medal was revealed to St. Catherine Labouré in 1830. St. Catherine was a member of the Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul. Her vision of Our Lady occurred in the motherhouse of the Daughters of Charity in Paris, France.St. Vincent de Paul, the “Great Apostle of Charity,” was the founder of the Vincentian Order of Priests and Brothers. It was Father Joseph Skelly, CM, a Vincentian priest, who founded the Central Association of the Miraculous Medal in 1915.St. Vincent de Paul and his beautiful legacy of charitable giving connect to the Shrine through the Miraculous Medal.In March of 1915, Father Joseph Skelly, CM, established the Central Association of the Miraculous Medal. The original purpose of the Central Association was to spread devotion to Mary Immaculate by encouraging devotion to Mary under her title of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal. Daily Spiritual Reflection and Prayers on “Kristin's Crosses” Join Jim and Kristin Friend and their family on Kristin's Crosses YouTube Channel for “Today's Catholic Prayers.” Jim and Kristin offer the daily Gospel and Reflection along with the Rosary and Catholic Prayers of the day. Click here to visit the YouTube Page and subscribe. If you would like to join the Kristin's Crosses prayer group on Facebook, click here to request to join.
Mary Jo and John sort out what is happening in Israel.
This week Krystal covers the tragic murders of Mary Jo and Blake Hadley. As parents we have so many fears about our children, from the time they're newborns until they're grown, we worry about them and their safety nonstop. The one thing most parents never worry about is their own safety around their children. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/serialholicsisters/message
Mary Jo and John are back from vacation and there is a lot to catch up on.
This week, building on Mary Jo's romantic religious rendezvous, we're going part-mythbusters (is it illegal for people of the cloth to date?!?) and part-advice column (what do you do if you find yourself dating a person of the cloth?!?) And maybe part-business development (but also, maybe not - Nikki isn't an app developer and maybe that's a good thing after you hear this nonsense.)
Van Halen may have been “hot for teacher”, but this week – and probably only this week TBH – our Mary Jo is hot for preacher. Is this love that she's feeling, or was this just an excuse for some fun baseball fan references? Speaking of: we'll sidebar on some memorable “fan-on-the-field” moments including the ones that inspired this segment. Come back on Thursday for an Extra Sugar that's part-mythbusters, part-advice column, part-business development? Come back to find out!
Please join us Right Now, July 17, 2023 at 11:00AM PST as Actress, Playwright, Teacher Ann Noble, Actress, Director, Producer Mary Jo DuPrey and Actor, Director, Producer Mark E. Ridley joins host Ron Brewington on "The Actor's Choice."
In this episode, Michael and Mary Jo are joined by Mark Malone and Dexter Francis to discuss the history and fun stories about Walt's plane!Links:Michael's Disneyland History SegmentsImportant DIS links and more information!Connecting with Walt on Twitter Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Today we discuss a word Mary Jo received for Paris, and bring you a book update. Click the link below to buy our new book... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0C5P5SHPM If you would like to partner with our ministry financially, click this link: https://tithe.ly/give?c=3425782 You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org
06/30/23 - In this episode, Michael and Mary Jo discuss Disney Mountains that never came to fruition like Fire Mountain, Villains Mountain, and more! Michael's Disneyland History Segments Important DIS links and more information!
Justice Alito just doesn't see a problem but Mary Jo and John do.
Description: Co-host Mary Jo Strobel, APFED's Executive Director, is joined by co-host Holly Knotowicz, a speech-language pathologist and feeding specialist living with eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) who serves on APFED's Health Sciences Advisory Council. They talk with guest Dr. James Franciosi, Chief of the Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition at Nemours Children's Health in Orlando, Florida. In this episode, Mary Jo Strobel and Holly Knotowicz interview Dr. James Franciosi about his research with proton pump inhibitors, personalized medicine, the different factors that influence the response EoE patients may have to very high dose PPI treatments and other treatments, including dietary eliminations, swallowed oral steroid medications, and for some patients, biologic medications. Dr. Franciosi explains the uses of these various treatments and compares the risks of medical treatments with the risk of untreated EoE. He also describes the potential for advances in treatment choices. Disclaimer: The information provided in this podcast is designed to support, not replace the relationship that exists between listeners and their healthcare providers. Opinions, information, and recommendations shared in this podcast are not a substitute for medical advice. Decisions related to medical care should be made with your healthcare provider. Opinions and views of guests and co-hosts are their own. Key Takeaways: [:49] Co-host Mary Jo Strobel welcomes co-host Holly Knotowicz. Holly introduces the topic of proton pump inhibitors and EoE. [1:28] Holly introduces Dr. James Franciosi, Chief of the Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition at Nemours Children's Health in Orlando, Florida. [1:39] Since 2008, Dr. Franciosi has cared for children and teens with eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) and eosinophilic gastrointestinal diseases (EGIDs). His team's mission is to reduce the symptoms of EoE and EGIDs and they have published more than 60 peer-reviewed publications. [1:55] Holly thanks Dr. Franciosi for joining the podcast. [2:06] Dr. Franciosi “grew up” with Beth Mays (now Beth Allen), whose family suffered from eosinophilic GI disease. When Dr. Franciosi was at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), he became very interested in eosinophilic esophagitis, which was starting to emerge as something that was different from gastroesophageal reflux. [2:30] Dr. Franciosi had the opportunity to work with Dr. Liacouras, Dr. Spergel, and many others at CHOP. He transitioned to Cincinnati Children's Hospital with the leadership of Dr. Marc Rothenberg, Dr. Phil Putnam, and a group trying to optimize the care for children with eosinophilic GI disease. [3:01] Dr. Franciosi then moved to a leadership role at Nemours Children's Health in Orlando, Florida. He has been with Nemours Children's Health for the past 11 years. There he has done additional research in eosinophilic disease and seen many changes for the good with these conditions. [3:37] Mary Jo notes that early in his career, Dr. Franciosi had worked with Beth Mays, now Beth Allen, who is one of the founders of APFED. Dr. Franciosi has been working with eosinophilic diseases since the time APFED was founded. [3:56] Dr. Franciosi has conducted research into how the role of proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) in the evaluation and treatment of EoE has evolved over time. His team is very interested in what therapies may be effective for eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) for individual patients. [4:24] The research Dr. Franciosi has been doing for EoE and other conditions is trying to look at the right drug for the right patient, with the right dosing, etc. He calls that precision medicine or personalized medicine. [4:39] Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) are medications that have been around for decades. There has been an evolution of thought about whether this is a medicine that we use to define the condition of EoE or now something we can use as a treatment option. [4:57] There have not been any randomized, placebo-controlled clinical trials for EoE using this medication and there has been a lot of variability in the literature about how well they work. That's some of the research Dr. Franciosi has been looking into and also making sure that these are communicated as an option for the right patients with EoE. [5:27] PPIs are traditionally thought of as blocking one of the common pathways for acid in the stomach. A proton pump in parietal cells in the GI tract pumps acid into the stomach that helps you fight bad bacteria. Sometimes the acid can cause irritation in the GI tract, the stomach, and the esophagus. The PPIs work to block those pumps. [6:15] Over the past several decades, the thinking around EoE has evolved from it being thought to be a reflux condition that had a lot of eosinophils or allergic cells, that just didn't get better, to being thought of as strictly different from reflux, to thinking that it may be a mix for some patients. [6:42] As the first guidelines for EoE were developed, the initial thought was to use the PPI medications to exclude gastroesophageal reflux. In the first consensus guidelines, patients had to fail the proton pump inhibitors at a high dose to be defined as EoE. This has changed over time. In 2018 there were new guidelines with new research. [7:15] The newer thinking is that the PPIs are not to make the diagnosis, but they're one of several different therapies that we can use; dietary interventions and different medications, including PPIs, swallowed steroids, and some of the newer biologic medications. [8:14] H2 blockers are some of the older medications that block acid in the stomach, but they block it in a different way. They block the histamine type-2 receptor, one of the pathways by which acid is produced in the stomach. The proton pump inhibitors block the proton pump. They're stronger medications and they work better for acid. [8:46] The H2RA medications have names that end in “tidine” like famotidine. The PPI medications have names that end with “azole” like pantoprazole or esomeprazole. [9:45] EoE is a condition that we've learned a lot about over the past several decades. The PPI medications may have different functions. They may block the acid in the stomach; they may also have a role in reducing some of the inflammation. This led to questioning if PPIs should be used to make a diagnosis or as a choice of therapy. [10:36] From the 1990s to the 2000 era, to the most recent guidelines in 2018, the thinking about the treatment of EoE and the use of PPIs has evolved. [10:49] One of the important things to know is that just because you've been on a PPI, doesn't mean that you're on a high dose of PPI therapy. This is important in children and different practices. [11:12] The general recommendation for PPI therapies is to use a high dose of PPI twice a day. For adults, that's 40 mg of esomeprazole twice a day. For children, it's 1 mg per kg of body weight twice a day. That's a high dose. For some people, it may be that the medication was not used at a high dose. [11:37] The goal ultimately is to back off the high dose and to decrease the amount of medication that's being administered. [11:47] Dr. Franciosi says the main surprise in his findings was that the studies in both adults and children are “all over the place.” Some people report a 30% or 20% response; other colleagues throughout the world have reported a response of about two-thirds of the patients. It was surprising to see how variable the response was. [12:18] Dr. Franciosi thinks there is variation in the choice of PPI medications, the dosing, and how they're administered. Dr. Franciosi and his team are also looking at how people respond to these medications. That's where personalized medicine comes in; your genes, and factors in your body can influence how well you are responding. [12:53] Precision medicine has been used in pediatric gastroenterology for inflammatory bowel disease with medications like 6-mercaptopurine, azathioprine, and some of the biologic medications. People can respond differently to medication. Genetic variation or other factors may create different patterns of response to the same medications. [13:25] Precision medicine and personalized medicine are interchangeable terms. [13:48] Before reviewing the literature for his most recent publication, Dr. Franciosi had done some genetic testing and identified that there are genetic variations that do influence how people respond or don't respond to the PPI medications. [14:09] We need to learn more about genetic variations. Dr. Franciosi thinks for every new diagnosis of EoE, PPIs should be considered as a medication. It's important for patients and families to know the different options. Providers may have their own biases but they should lay out the options for their patients and families to decide. [14:47] Dietary intervention has significant benefits for children, teens, and adults. There can be hardships with quality of life that have to be considered. Taking medication for the long term also has considerations. The newer biologic medications are a fantastic step forward but they are expensive. They are just starting to be used for EoE. [15:21] Dr. Franciosi likes to identify to his patients that there are options in treatments: dietary elimination, proton pump inhibitors, swallowed steroids, and biologic medication for people who have strictures (narrowing) in their esophagus or fibro stenosis (scar tissue). These patients are less likely to respond to PPI medication. [15:57] We need to do more research on this and more future prospective trials, patients with scarring are those where a different type of therapy beyond the PPI medications. Patients with inflammatory symptoms seem to respond to PPI medication. [17:04] Dr. Franciosi's patients and families are making some choices together. Dietary elimination may not be the right choice for certain patients but they need to have the option. Dr. Franciosi presents dietary elimination as effective for many patients. It's an investment upfront. It presents the benefit of not using long-term medications. [17:44] Sometimes when children have growth concerns, or the dietary interventions don't work or are not possible, different medications may be considered. [18:13] The benefit of using PPIs in treatment is that you can reduce the inflammation that's occurring, alleviate symptoms and make patients feel better. There has been some debate about whether this is related to the acid primarily in the stomach and some breaks in the esophagus lining that cause antigens to go in and cause inflammation. [18:51] Dr. Franciosi uses a balanced approach with patients and families. He tells them every treatment has risks associated with it. Also, not treating EoE has risks. He did studies at Cincinnati on what happened to patients 15 years later if they were untreated. It can involve more scar tissue, strictures, symptoms, and growth issues. [19:37] PPIs have gotten a lot of bad press over the past few years, primarily looking at the rates of infection. When you block stomach acid, that acid is no longer there to kill bad bacteria. So there are more associated respiratory infections and stomach infections like gastroenteritis, GI bugs, etc. [20:02] Other risks that have been talked about are dementia and kidney issues, often in older populations and patients who are generally sicker. Many people are on PPIs for general GI disorders unnecessarily. If you don't need a drug, you shouldn't be on it. [20:34] The risk/benefit analysis of the infections, and other people have talked about low bone mineral density, etc., have to be balanced with the risk of untreated disease and the potential risk of other medications, as well. [21:14] For the vast majority of patients, EoE is a chronic, long-term condition. Once you take the treatment away, whether that's eliminating foods, or taking medication, the condition will come right back. That's also true with proton pump inhibitors. [21:36] The recommended approach for PPIs is a high dose of medication twice a day, to start, a repeat endoscopy after eight to 12 weeks, and come down to maintenance, which would just be once a day. [21:55] Colleagues in Spain, who have published on this, have said about two-thirds of patients responded to the really high dose PPI medications and that among those people that respond, about two-thirds continue on maintenance and do well. Not everybody will necessarily respond or do OK with the lower dose of medication. [22:17] In general, if you take away the medications or the treatment that you're using, the disease will come right back and those risks of progression or scar tissue, creating strictures, and developing symptoms would return as well. [22:39] If you are considering PPIs, ask your doctor their perspective on the different treatments that Dr. Franciosi has been discussing here. Considerations include PPIs, dietary elimination, swallowed steroid medications, and for some patients, biologic medications. Dr. Franciosi thinks biologics will become more used over the years. [23:43] Dr. Franciosi would recommend asking a treating provider about the choice of PPI medications, the dosing that they're planning to use, whether or not it is high-dose medication, and even what the plan is for coming down off the medication with an endoscopy or a transnasal endoscopy in eight to 12 weeks, and maintenance. [24:03] In the U.S., high-dose PPI may not be covered by insurance. They may approve 40 mg of esomeprazole once a day but not twice a day, or make it challenging to get approved. The patients may do the second dose over the counter and Dr. Franciosi will walk them through how to do that. [24:58] Dr. Franciosi thinks the ideal would be that patients are diagnosed with eosinophilic esophagitis and then get a cheek swab to determine their profile and what kind of response they will have using esomeprazole or if he recommends oral viscous budesonide or fluticasone. It would also be great to identify who may respond or not respond to biologic medications. [25:37] The ideal of personalized or precision medicine is to be able to identify the right choice of treatment, including dietary approaches, for the right patient, at the right dosing. [25:50] An underappreciated area for EoE is recognizing that we don't have good testing to identify food reactions, allergies, etc. It would be wonderful. Allergy testing doesn't correlate because it's mostly IgE based. So that's a reason for dietary elimination. [26:38] Mary Jo and Holly thank Dr. Franciosi for participating in the podcast. Dr. Franciosi says the takeaway is that PPIs should be considered as an option for various patients. [27:20] To learn more about eosinophilic esophagitis, visit apfed.org/eoe, apfed.org/specialists, and apfed.org/eos-connections. Holly and Mary Jo thank APFED's education partners, linked below. Mentioned in This Episode: American Partnership for Eosinophilic Disorders (APFED) APFED on YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram Nemours Children's Health Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Cincinnati Children's Hospital Beth Allen Real Talk: Eosinophilic Diseases Podcast Education Partners: This episode of APFED's podcast is brought to you thanks to the support of AstraZeneca, Bristol Myers Squibb, Sanofi, and Regeneron. Tweetables: “We've been very interested in what therapies may be effective for eosinophilic esophagitis, or EoE. The research that we've been doing … is trying to look at the right drug for the right patient, at the right dosing, etc.” — James Franciosi, MD “The main benefit [of using PPIs as a treatment for EoE] is that you can reduce the inflammation that's occurring, [and] alleviate symptoms to make patients feel better.” — James Franciosi, MD “Once you take the treatment away, whether that's eliminating foods, or taking medication, for the vast majority of people, the condition will come right back. That's also true with proton pump inhibitors.” — James Franciosi, MD Featured speaker: Dr. James Franciosi Gastroenterology at Nemours Children's Health, Florida
The Republican answer to everything is "what about?" Mary Jo and John sort out what is so wrong with this.
"I will be your retribution," said Trump in a moment of weaponizing. Mary Jo and John sort it out.
Mary Jo Wheeler-Schueller is a trailblazer in the Wisconsin automotive industry. As President of the Wheeler Family Auto Group, she is passionate about making electric vehicles (EV) accessible to everyone in Wisconsin. She outlines the process of building EV chargers into the state's existing infrastructure, as well as the roadblocks she's faced in trying to do so. Eager to shake things up, she explained how she became GM's first US dealer to implement EV chargers by saying “nobody remembers who got second in the Super Bowl." She and Charlie talk about EV's impact on climate change, the common concerns from consumers, and the future of the automotive industry. To contact Mary Jo, email her at email@example.com or follow her on socials @maryjowheeler or for more information, head to https://www.wheelersgm.com/. Find us on all social media @cripescast, tour dates at cripescast.com/tour, and our merch at cripescast.com. For behind the scenes, extended cuts and deleted scenes go to patreon.com/charlieberens.
Mary Jo and John tie Hannah Arendt, Adolf Eichman, and Trump's bathroom together.
New Zealand's population continues to grow at pace. The latest Stats NZ figures show New Zealand had a net new migration gain of 72,300 in the year to April. Kiwibank senior economist Mary Jo Vergara doesn't think this increase will be as inflationary as economists predicted. "Migration has implications for both the supply side and the demand side of the economy, but we think it'll add to the boosted capacity of our economy far more than it'll add to aggregate demand." LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Have you ever doubted the reliability of the Bible?Our guest today, Mary Jo Sharp was raised in Portland, Oregon. Where she grew up, there wasn't much talk about God or the Bible. The only Christianity she really saw on display was what was shown in the movies.As she grew older, she started having questions about the meaning of life and began investigating for answers. Around this same time, her high school band director gave her a bible. She was about to graduate, and he knew that she would have questions. He told her to turn to the Bible for answers.In college, Mary Jo started going to church. She was searching for answers and community, but not all of the experiences she had were good. Through her spiritual journey, she encountered apologetics. In her wrestling with her faith, apologetics provided some of the answers she was desperately searching for.Mary Jo is now an assistant professor of apologetics at Houston Baptist University and the founder and director of Confident Christianity Apologetics Ministry. She has been featured in Christianity Today's cover story “The Unexpected Defenders” and is an international speaker on apologetics, focusing on love and logic to uncover truth. She lives with her husband and family in Portland, Oregon.We invite you to join us in listening to this incredible testimony and believe that it will stir hope in your heart.Episode Highlights: Introduction to Mary Jo SharpEarly LifeHow Mary Jo came to ChristChurch hurtJourney to apologeticsFind more on Mary Jo Sharp & other Resources Mentioned:Find Mary Jo Sharp on InstagramConfident Christianity WebsiteWhy Do You Believe That? By Mary Jo SharpWhy I Still Believe by Mary Jo SharpThe Case for Christ by Lee StrobilTrue for You But Not for Me by Paul CopanTactics by Gregory KouklBethinking.orgFind More on Abiding Free:Instagram: @abidingfreeFollow us on FacebookCheck out our Website HEREContact: firstname.lastname@example.org*Disclosure: Some links are Amazon affiliate links and a small portion of your purchase will come back to us while your cost remains the same.
Most teenagers either throw or attend a house party without their parents knowledge, however they usually live to dole out the consequences. This is the devastating story of a couple of parents who paid the ultimate price for their son's desires. Lead Investigator: CarterContent Warnings:Current in Crime- drunk drivingBlake & Mary-Jo Hadley- parricide, bludgeoning, drug use, mental health issuesShould this be a crime- discussion of mental healthResources:https://www.tmz.com/2023/05/25/raz-b-break-window-climb-hospital-roof-cops/ https://thatgrapejuice.net/2023/05/raz-family-management-issue-statement-b2ks-shocking-hospitalization/ https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/story/2023-05-30/danileigh-arrested-dui-miami-beach-hit-and-runhttps://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/tyler-hadley-redo/id1379959217?i=1000517687151https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murders_of_Blake_and_Mary-Jo_Hadleyhttps://www.legacy.com/us/obituaries/name/mary-jo-blake-hadley-obituary?pid=178640423https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-news/tyler-hadleys-killer-party-54270/https://www.tcpalm.com/story/news/crime/st-lucie-county/2018/12/20/tyler-hadley-resentencing/2227191002/https://www.blackenterprise.com/danaia-jacksovn-admits-to-trying-to-recreate-husbands-sex-tapes-moves-in-viral-podcast-clip/Support the showInstagram | Facebook | Twitter | TikTok
06/02/23 - In this episode, Michael and Mary Jo continue the discussion on the history of Pinocchio and things are getting a bit villainous this time around. Michael's Disneyland History Segments Important DIS links and more information!
Get ready for another wild and adventurous episode of the Uncorked podcast! Holli & Jeanna introduce their new best friend, Mary Jo Lorei, who they instantly clicked with as if they had known her for ages. It's like they've been friends in a parallel universe or maybe they just have a knack for making fast connections! Within three minutes, they've already invited themselves to Mary Jo's honeymoon after discovering she's tying the knot in just four weeks. Watch out, future spouse, because Holli & Jeanna are ready to join the party! Well, Holli eventually settles for meeting them for a drink in the bar. Mary Jo is a force of nature, a true spreader of infectious realness, humor, and love. In this episode, she takes us on a personal journey, sharing her unique perspective and experiences. From a young age, Mary Jo discovered her exceptional ability to listen differently from others. She has a remarkable talent for uncovering the hidden meanings beneath what people say, tapping into her inner knowing and hypervigilance. It's like she has a secret decoder for understanding the deeper layers of communication. And with great gifts, come great responsibility. Mary Jo's mantra has always been to be a vehicle for others to hear themselves, empowering them to find their own truth. Balancing the masculine and feminine energies is a crucial aspect of Mary Jo's work. She consciously determines what serves both the group and the individuals involved. It's a delicate dance of finding harmony and synergy between different perspectives and energies, creating a space where everyone feels seen, heard, and valued. Mary Jo's process for serving individuals and large groups is truly awe-inspiring. She opens herself up to whatever shows up, embracing the belief that there is purpose in every moment. She puts her entire energy into solving the challenges and obstacles that arise, always focused on the desired outcome. It's a dedicated and passionate approach that drives her work. Somatic work is at the core of Mary Jo's practice. She recognizes the importance of tending to the intellectual, emotional, and physical bodies. All three aspects need care and nurturing to create overall well-being and health. Mary Jo believes in the power of a holistic approach, addressing the full spectrum of human experience. So buckle up and get ready for an episode filled with laughter, insights, and a whole lot of contagious energy. Join Holli, Jeanna, and their incredible new friend Mary Jo Lorei as they dive into the depths of personal growth, connection, and the magic that unfolds when you embrace your authentic self. It's going to be an unforgettable ride! More about Mary Jo: Mary Jo Lorei is an accomplished Facilitator, Master Coach and a Self Mastery Mentor of all those who seek their next level. She has over 20 years of experience working with individuals to achieve their maximum potential. Mary Jo has facilitated dynamic group encounters across the United States, Mexico, Peru, Canada based in Leadership, Self Development and Relationship . Mary Jo uses her intuition and deep connection with the human spirit to support others in developing their inner compass and creating energetic successful lives. Last year Mary Jo published her book “Practical Inspirations: where the bumper sticker meets the road”. The book is a full tome of access points to listen, learn and act on one's own wisdom. With so many inspirational sources out there, it can become overwhelming, and even more so without application. The opportunities in these pages tap into the reader's own operating system, then give insight to and clarity to maximize turning efforts into results. Mary Jo has completed multiple intensive facilitator & coaching programs, and has studied with multiple spiritual masters and has pursued philosophy and anthropology courses. All of this (and more) helps her unlock understanding of the workings of human beings. She puts out a weekly inspiration called Tuesday Truth Seeds, works with private clients on success in all areas, she facilitates workshops for companies as well as produces her own, and is always creating her next training, Mary Jo uses her gifts and continual development of her skills to forward all whom she encounters. She is a compassionate mirror, a stealth truth seeker, and is devoted to living vibrantly. Uncorked Assignments: Be only you, everyone else is taken Join the Uncorked community, subscribe at www.loauncorked.com Podcast References: https://www.facebook.com/selfmasterymentor/ https://www.instagram.com/maryjolorei/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRKu2Liln_sbzRlNk80c6nA https://www.linkedin.com/in/maryjolorei/ As always, thanks for listening and we look forward to sharing more badassery conversations with you! Please consider leaving a review and subscribing or dropping us a note to say hi and share your thoughts. www.loauncorked.com l email@example.com I Insta: @uncorked_holli_jeanna I FB: loauncork
Wednesday, May 24, 2023_Ep. 1638 Ep. 1638: Olivia, “don't pet the buffalo + Congressman Biggs debt ceiling update & Mark Haughwout talks marriage! Wednesday, May 23, 2023 Olivia Oravits joins Jeff for the first segment (0:00-24:00) sharing a sad Yellowstone story and what not to do when visiting our National Parks! Jeff shares info on a new potential National Park in Arizona plus a steer on the freeway gets roped! Flagstaff airport set to close for runway work and AZ AG sues telecom company over automated robot calls. Coconino County Deputy Chief Bret Axlund announces bid for Sheriff and three prominent Arizonans get banned from Russia. + Mary Jo shares a good story of a young boy who saved a bus load of kids. Congressman Andy Biggs, a member of the House Judiciary and Oversight Committee, gives a post Durham report wrap-up (25:00-35:00) and provides some solutions including utilizing the Holman rule to remove top leadership and defunding the FBI and DOJ. Biggs also gives an update on the debt ceiling. Mark Haughwout talks marriage (44:00-86:00) and the differences between men and women. Jeff and Mark talk about more blowback for companies pushing the transgender agenda. Mark and Jeff discuss the Republican presidential prospects.
Host Vincent Fernandez and Pastor Tim Hamilton Question Timestamps: Jonah, NJ (2:22) - Why are there two different translations for the same Hebrew word that appears in Isaiah 7:14 and Proverbs 30:19? Email (7:02) - Why did Abel keep flocks of animals before the flood, were not animals only supposed to be eaten after the flood? Rachael, NY (9:16) - Was Judas predestined to betray Jesus? Did he have a choice? Mary Jo, NJ (12:09) - What were people baptized into before Jesus came, since he commanded us to baptize “in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit?” Jeff, FL (18:12) - Why did the disciples believe that Jesus came to free them from Rome in Acts 1:6? Could we have the same misinterpretation today? Jane, email (26:07) - Is the Second Coming of Jesus also considered the rapture? Email, NJ (33:29) - What does “apostasia” mean? Suzanne, NJ (40:23) - In whose name are we baptized? In Jesus' name like Acts 2:38 or in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit like Matthew 28:19? Also, is baptism mandatory? Gregory, GA (43:50) - How do we discern that we are walking in the path that the Lord wants us to walk? How do I deal with feeling that God won't speak to me because I haven't listened to him? How can you be forgiven for not listening to God? Tom, AK (49:24) - Is witnessing to others a requirement of salvation? Paul, MA (51:28) - How do I advise my friend whose wife is a new believer that doesn't want to choose between her faith and her daughter who is lesbian? Questions? 888-712-7434 Questions@bbtlive.org
Obviously we're in love with Anthony Bouvier, but this week, we're having to share him with Vanessa. She's fallen hard and she finds herself worried about her place in his life, especially as Lita re-appears. Fortunately, she's got the Designing Women on her side - even if they're a little distracted by the fashion choices of Mary Jo's electrician. We've got a new segment alert, Manners Moment with Mrs. Mayes, where we'll talk a bit about restaurant etiquette (thanks to the ladies' restaurant scene.) And come back later this week, where Salina will bring us an Extra Sugar all about Southern women tropes.
We had a great time talking with Rep. Mary Jo Daley about the Emerge PA Program. We also talked about stellar Emerge PA grad (class of 2016) Heather Boyd and her special election run. You can still help Heather leading up to primary day on May 16 by looking for opportunities here.
Guest Bio: After years of working in bakeries, coffee shops, and food trucks, Mary Jo Clark returned to her love of audio production and sharing stories. She is now a podcast producer and engineer for Our Daily Bread Ministries. Outside of her passion for creating excellent podcasts to encourage women, she is a talented baker. Her cookies and cupcakes are described by many as “legendary.” She's married to her husband Russ, and they are proud parents of a beautiful one-year-old boy named Milo. Show Summary: Motherhood is a hard journey full of joys and sorrows. If you're a mother, what does your motherhood journey look like? If you're not a mom, do you wish to be one? On this episode of God Hears Her, no matter if you have kids or not, we want to invite you to join a vulnerable conversation with Elisa Morgan (mother-through-adoption and grandmother), Eryn Eddy Adkins (new bonus mom), and Mary Jo Clark (mother to a one-year-old boy). Join these three women as they discuss the different types of mothers and mentors and rest in the truth that no matter what your experience looks like, you are not alone. Happy Mother's Day! Notes and Quotes: “There are so many ways to become a mother: adopting, fostering, becoming a stepmom or what I like to say “bonus mom,” and we want to make space for each experience.”—Eryn Eddy Adkins “I felt sad. I was mourning the loss of my old life. And then feeling immense guilt and shame because I loved this new baby so much, and I didn't want to feel sad.”—Mary Jo Clark “If I had to put my finger on something that expresses the struggle or surprise of motherhood, it's the lack of control.”—Elisa Morgan “The Lord is bringing me back to learning how to trust and depend on Him with the choices I make.”—Eryn Eddy Adkins “Sacrifice is an enormous part of motherhood.”—Elisa Morgan “It's such an honor to be an influence on these girls' lives. God trusts me to steward my influence on their lives and empower them in their voices and their own individuality.”—Eryn Eddy Adkins “Talk to people about the joys and the sorrows because it's a rollercoaster of a job (motherhood), but it's so beautiful.”—Mary Jo Clark “Your identity is not found in their emotional response.”—Eryn Eddy Adkins “I'm not responsible for my children's choices. I'm responsible for my responses to their choices.”—Elisa Morgan “God doesn't expect us to be perfect. And we're not going to be. God can use our “Swiss cheese holes” to reveal our kids' needs for Himself.”—Elisa Morgan Links: God Hears Her website: https://www.godhearsher.org/ God Hears Her newsletter sign-up: https://www.godhearsher.org/signup Subscribe on iTunes! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/god-hears-her-podcast/id1511046507?utm_source=applemusic&utm_medium=godhearsher&utm_campaign=podcast Elisa's Instagram: elisa morgan author Eryn's Instagram: eryneddy Mary Jo's Instagram: sugarcoated.bymj MB01AH7HAKMKIR5
It's MiMi's birthday! And we're celebrating with our first Mary Jo and Bridget Rifftrax, the compellingly short Devil Girl from Mars!Host segments: the terrifying truth about Scotch Broth; a literal kidnapping; Americans are notoriously easy to love; Nya's wrongness; (Joe has since watched Nude on the Moon for "research"); the Futurama crossover we didn't know we needed; tolerable, not bearable.
Dr. Mary Jo Ondrechen is Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Northeastern University. In the lab, Mary Jo uses theory and computation to better understand how molecules work. In particular she works on enzymes which are proteins that catalyze chemical reactions. Mary Jo and her team also develop methods and theories to interpret genomic data, and they work on the computational side of drug discovery, helping medicinal chemists develop new drugs, treatments, and diagnostics. When she's not at work, you can often find Mary Jo out running, tending to her vegetable garden, and cooking. She is also interested in herbs, spices, and medicinal plants. She earned her bachelor's degree in Chemistry from Reed College, and she was awarded her PhD in Chemistry and Chemical Physics from Northwestern University. Afterwards, Mary Jo completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Chicago and subsequently a NATO Postdoctoral Fellowship at Tel-Aviv University in Israel. She joined the faculty at Northeastern University in 1980. Mary Jo was awarded the Outstanding Native American Student Mentor in 2018 from the Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics & Native Americans in Science (SACNAS), and she has been dedicated to advocacy and activism for underrepresented communities in science and society, as well as conservation and stewardship of the Earth. In our interview, she shares more about her life and science.
Mary Jo Pierce believes God created us to pray, not just with words, but with our lives. She is an author of many books including Adventures in Prayer and her newest book, Let It Rise: Sacred Ingredients for a Life of Prayer.In this episode of the Women in Ministry Leadership Podcast, hosts Dr. Rhonda Davis and Julie Cole sit down with Mary Jo to discuss her journey towards becoming a Pastor of Prayer and Intercession at Gateway Church for over 17 years, and how bread-making became an analogy for her life of prayer.
Ted strikes again. He's behind on child support, so Mary Jo finds herself slinging burgers and fries. And before the episode is over - all of Sugarbakers is doing the same. Except for Charlene – who is having a baby IRL. Suzanne is absent. (shrug emoji) Salina takes on “Nibbles” to talk about the art of fast food. Come back later in this week for a very special “Extra Sugar” where Nikki deep dives on the fabulous, Ms. Annie Potts.
In today's episode, Courtney has a heart-to-heart conversation with her younger sister Mary-Jo. They both share their unique perspectives and challenges when it came to healing their dysfunctional relationship as sisters as a result of the damaging effects of ‘Eldest Daughter Syndrome'. They transparently discuss trauma, mental health struggles, the cause of their sibling rivalry, and how they were forced to build sisterhood and friendship from scratch after a traumatic incident.
Today I am honored to connect with my good friend and multiple-time past guest, Ben Azadi! Ben was most recently with me on Podcasts #149 and #101. He is a prolific social media star and a fasting and ketogenic dieting expert. He is known as “The Health Detective” because he investigates dysfunction and educates, not medicates, to return the body to normal function. Ben is the founder of Keto Kamp and the popular Keto Kamp podcast. Today, Ben and I use an Ask Me Anything format and dive into listener questions. We talk about the nuances of macronutrients, fasting, and supplements. We discuss gut health and how changing your diet and intermittent fasting can help the body realign and be better balanced. We get into troubleshooting with fasting, including insomnia-related issues, and we also discuss the DUTCH test and how it can be beneficial in conjunction with other lab tests. I love doing AMAs, and I hope you will enjoy listening to my conversation with Ben Azadi. IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN: Serita asks how to keep her energy up while on a keto diet and fasting. Mary Julie wants to know what is happening inside her body when her ketones are 1.8, but her glucose is 115, 19 hours into a fast. How does losing sex hormones when approaching perimenopause and menopause make women less metabolically flexible? Why is it essential to stay hydrated and get enough good quality sleep every night? How circadian rhythm impacts our metabolic flexibility. How breathing exercises can help us get into the parasympathetic state. Janie would like to know how much protein her body can absorb at once and how much protein she should consume over a 24-hour period. Suzanne lives a clean lifestyle and wants to know if there is a way to shift the metabolism of estrogen away from the 4OH pathway. (She is referring to the DUTCH test. A listener asks how to use fasting to help with candida. Michaela was recently diagnosed with gallstones and has one blocked duct. She read that saturated fat is not good for her condition, so she wants to know what she can eat to stay on keto. Lena has been doing strict keto with OMAD for three months, but her GGT is very high. She asks if that could be due to fasting. Why we tend to experience insomnia while doing a ketogenic diet, and how to address chronic insomnia patterns. Mary Jo wants to know when to take my creatine supplement powder. Ben and I discuss the supplements we use. Connect with Cynthia Thurlow Follow on Twitter, Instagram & LinkedIn Check out Cynthia's website Connect with Ben Azadi On his website On Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, TikTok The Keto Kamp Podcast Ben Azadi Speaker Reel Episode 149 – Keto Flex, Feasting and Fasting: Bringing the Body Back to Normal Episode 101 Keto and Fasting the RIGHT Way with Ben Azadi Books mentioned: The Circadian Diabetes Code by Dr. Satchin Panda Wheat Belly by William Davis Super Gut by William Davis Breath by James Nestor
Kevin and Thom today with thoughts on the Washington Post report that Dan Snyder has declined to meet with Mary Jo White for her investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct and financial improprieties. Also, the guys discussed a report of a new $7 Billion bidder for the Commanders. The boys also talked Sam Howell, Ron Rivera, Eric Bieniemy, Chase Young, Montez Sweat, Cherry Blossom traffic, Aretha Franklin, Stillwater, the Elite 8 and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mary Jo Sharp joins Dr. Mark Turman to discuss Gen Z's unique needs, why we need apologetics, and Dark Room, the free high-budget video series aimed to help Gen Z navigate the hardest questions. Show notes: Mary Jo Sharp shares her testimony of becoming a Christian after atheism and why she ended up studying apologetics (1:36). Sharp then discusses “Dark Room,” a video series and curriculum built on real questions and stories from Gen Z. She then specifically addresses why Gen Z is seeking rational answers to deep questions and why Gen Z distrusts the church (10:48). She talks about the problem of evil and sin nature, explaining why those ideas are so important for young generations (21:38). She points out the needs of Gen Z at this time, their interest in science and faith, and the need for spiritual mentorship (31:06). Sharp shares her favorite episodes from Dark Room, the mission behind it, and how churches and parents can use it for free (35:13). Resources and further reading: Dark Room Faith Mary Jo Sharp (website) Why I Still Believe: A Former Atheist's Reckoning with the Bad Reputation Christians Give a Good God Mary Jo Sharp Why Do You Believe That?: A Faith Conversation Marj Jo Sharp “What does Gen Z value? 4 truths about what they believe” Mark Legg “The viral revival at Asbury reveals Gen Z's unique approach to faith and spirituality” Laurel Wood About the hosts Jim Denison, Ph.D., is an author, speaker, and the CEO of Denison Ministries, which is transforming 6.8 million lives through meaningful digital content. Mark Turman, DMin, is the executive director of Denison Forum. He received his DMin from Truett at Baylor and previously served as lead pastor of Crosspoint Church. About the guest A former atheist who came to faith, Mary Jo Sharp is now an assistant professor of apologetics at Houston Christian University and the founder and director of Confident Christianity Apologetics Ministry. She has been featured in Christianity Today's cover story “The Unexpected Defenders” and is an international speaker on apologetics. She serves on the faculty with Summit Ministries Student Conferences and is a published author with Kregel Publications, B&H Publications, and Zondervan. Mary Jo is the author of the top-selling Bible study, “Why Do You Believe That?” as well as Living in Truth with LifeWay Christian Resources. She recently released Why I Still Believe.
Mary Jo Irmen of Farming Without the Bank joined me to talk about building a financial team. Who should on our team? What should their roles be? What should we expect from them? We discuss all this and more on this episode. Thanks to our Studio Sponsor, Sea-90! You can reach them at www.sea-90.com or...