Dr. Mark Mullins is a neuroradiologist and professor Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at Emory University. In addition to his clinical responsibilities, he also serves as the Vice-chair for education within the department and as well as the Director of Radiology Medical Student Education. Prior to joining the faculty at Emory, Dr. Mullins completed his undergraduate and graduate training in chemistry at Harvard University and his medical education as part of the Harvard MIT program in Health Sciences and Technology. He then completed his diagnostic radiology residence and neuroradiology fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital. Since joining the faculty at Emory, Dr. Mullins has remained actively involved with medical education, including having previously served as the diagnostic radiology residency program director. He also holds numerous teaching and mentorship awards received throughoutthe years, including the 2020 Radiological Society of North America's Outstanding Educator Award. In today's episode, we discuss several important educational initiatives of his during his time at Emory, including the creation of the Emory research-track residency program. We also discuss important transitions throughout/phd and physician-scientist training. Credits: Our thanks to Dr. Mullins for being on the podcast. Follow Dr. Mullins on twitter: @markemullins Dr. Mullins' faculty page: https://winshipcancer.emory.edu/bios/faculty/mullins-mark-e.html Host: Bejan Saeedi Co-Host and Audio Engineer – Joe Behnke Executive Producer and Social Media Coordinator – Carey Jansen Executive Producer – Michael Sayegh Associate Producer – Josh Owens Faculty Advisor – Dr. Brian Robinson Twitter: @behindthescope_ Instagram: @behindthemicroscopepod Facebook: @behindthemicroscope1 Website: behindthemicroscope.com
On today's episode, I speak with Coach Mullins from the Husson University Women's Program in Maine. We talk about how he likes to recruit all over the country. He describes the school's tremendous advanced degree programs. Lastly, we discuss the staff and how they help ensure the success of the program. https://discovercollegesoccer.com/
Have some excellent new releases maybe fallen through the cracks for you? We've got your back! The UTR Critics Panel has helped to curate the best faith-based albums released in the first half of 2022, and we share a bunch of those selections on this episode. ------- TRACK LIST FOR EP. 77 ------- * Faint - Colorvault (ft. A.Bishai & Young Oceans) * Clarity - DOE * Things Are Looking Up - Judah & the Lion * Hosanna (Will You Rise) - The Porter's Gate (ft. Matt Maher & Terrian) * Dream + Fades (Vanity) - Hannah Hubin & Wild Harbors * Dream On - Ben Rector * God Caughed and Woke Me Up - Andy Zipf * Be My Defender - Jordan St. Cyr * Time Machine - John Elefante * Uninspired; Blowing Smoke - John Van Deusen * This House - Anne Wilson * The Devil Don't Like It - Dedicated Men of Zion * Autumn Hymn - Ash & Eric -------- CREDITS --------- * Host/Producer - Dave Trout * SPONSOR: Allie Murphy - https://is.gd/amwysp * Full UTR Critics' List of Best Albums/Songs of 2022(A) - https://utrmedia.org/2022a * All Aboard 2022 (UTR's Summer Fundraising Campaign) - https://utrmedia.org/aa22 * Ticket Info for Rich Mullins tribute concerts - https://utrmedia.org/rmsept9 * Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (c) 2022 UTR Media. All Rights Reserved. A 501(c)(3) non-profit org - info at https://utrmedia.org
Drew served as a Navy SEAL before assessing for an Army Special Mission Unit. He was deployed as a part of the Advanced Force Operations to Iraq prior to the 2003 invasion. Today's Sponsors:SAP Gear (Stately Asset Protection) https://SAPGEAR.comVeteran-owned company, Stately Asset Protection's retail store specializes in handmade and unique survivability products.Use the code “TEAM” for 15% off your order!https://SAPGEAR.comFor all bonus content including:-2 bonus episodes per month -Access to ALL bonus segments with our guests-Ad Free audio feedSubscribe to our Patreon!
Even the best creative projects might not ever see the light of day due the lack of one crucial ingredient... funding. On 5/31/22, the 'Bellsburg' Kickstarter campaign went live, and the results were somewhat astonishing. --------- TRACKS USED ON EP.10 --------- * Sparrow Watcher - Amy Grant, Cindy Morgan, Andrew Greer (ft. Tommy Sims) * Doubly Good [LIVE] - Rich Mullins ----------- CREDITS ----------- * Host/Producer - Dave Trout * Interview Guests - Andrew Greer, Anthony Hoisington, & Steve Taylor * SPONSOR: Allie Murphy - https://is.gd/amwysp * UTR Summer of Vinyl contest - https://utrmedia.org/winvinyl2022 * UTR's All Aboard Campaign - https://utrmedia.org/aa22 * Tickets info for "Hello Old Friends (RM Event)" 9/9/22 in Elgin, IL - https://utrmedia.org/rmsept9 (c) 2022 UTR Media. All Rights Reserved. A 501(c)(3) non-profit org - info at https://utrmedia.org
Yo odio perder contra los Yankees, pero perder contra Gerrit Cole es algo que considero insoportable. No sé por qué, pero me cae mal perder contra Gerrit Cole. No puedo con eso. Por eso, cuando salió en el 7º con aquella suficiencia contra Ramoncito Urías y el mexicano se monta en la 2B con un doblete de piernas al LF y luego Mateo se lo trae a home con sencillo al CF, lo mejor no fue solo el empate en ese momento. Lo mejor era que Cole se estaba marchando sin decisión porque lo mínimo era que se iba con el juego empatado. Llega Albert Abreu a relevar y sin hacer un pitcheo al plato, ya tenía a Mateo en 3B con un error en el tiro a la inicial tratando de sorprender al dominicano que se iba a ir al robo de la 2B y todo el estadio lo sabía. Con el flycito de Mullins al CF, tenemos un duelo en toda regla.
Mr. Jody has been been perfecting this line of old timey Mountain Feist since the 1970's. He in his own words has bred the best squirrel dog to the best squirrel dog out of his line of dogs since he started. He takes us through the story from the the start until present day which is 2022. He is known for having nice dogs and killing squirrels. We really appreciate Jody for coming on to talk about his line of squirrel dogs. #mullinsfeist #Feist #squirreldog #squirrelhunt #huntingdog
Welcome back to Everything is OK Podcast! On today's episode we feature one of our new hosts Melia “Turner” Mullins. Melia went to high school with Brad, James and David and has quite a storied life. Melia has worked in ministry, education, and now is a therapist. Enjoy this episode and let us know what else you'd like to know about her. music credits Royal Horses - Great Divide Follow us today on instagram and twitter! For extra content and a closer look at Everything is OK, join us on patreon for $5/month or more! For past episodes, our blog and our new store visit www.everythingisok.net.
Sharks biting people Long Island #Sharkattacks #LongIsland #Sharks # DronePatrols #SharkWeekFive shark attacks have been reported in the past two weeks off Long Island, N.Y., including two within hours Wednesday, a dramatic increase in shark encounters that officials there said may represent a “new normal.” Four of the reported attacks took place on Fire Island in Suffolk County, including two at the popular Smith Point Beach and two near the village of Ocean Beach. The fifth was reported on Jones Beach Island in neighboring Nassau County. None of the victims were seriously injured, and the sharks sighted were estimated to be four to five feet in length, officials said. Shark sightings have been increasing off U.S. coasts, which scientists attribute to successful conservation efforts that have restored populations closer to historical levels. Still, the recent spate of attacks was highly unusual — there were only 47 confirmed unprovoked attacks nationwide in 2021, according to the Florida Museum of Natural History's International Shark Attack File. “This is not something that is precedented in any way in our history here in Suffolk County,” Suffolk County Executive Steven Bellone said at a news conference Thursday. “Prior to July 3, we had not had a recorded shark bite at [Smith Point Beach] since it had opened, during beach hours, back in 1959.” Bellone said the county is deploying drones and increased lifeguard patrols to monitor the waters, acknowledging that the uptick may represent the “new normal.” “The idea of more frequent contact with these kind of sharks may be what we will be coming to expect,” Bellone said at a separate news conference Wednesday, ahead of the fifth attack. The first of the recent attacks took place June 30, when a 57-year-old man swimming at Jones Beach suffered a laceration on his right foot that paramedics identified as a “possible shark bite,” according to the Nassau County Police Department. Three days later, Zach Gallo, 33, a lifeguard at Smith Point Beach, was playing the role of a victim in a rescue training exercise when he became one himself, WABC reported. He felt a roughly four-foot shark whip him with its tail and then bite his hand, according to the station. “I felt pressure in my hand, pulled it back and I just started hammering, punching and I connected with the shark three times, and then on the third time it spun away,” Gallo told WABC. “I guess my adrenaline, survival instincts kicked in.” Gallo returned to work Thursday, saying at the news conference with Bellone that he was grateful his injuries were minor and that his fellow lifeguards came to his aid. “If you do go in the ocean, make sure you are going into an area that's protected by lifeguards,” Gallo said. On July 7, first-year lifeguard John Mullins, 17, was bitten on his foot while also playing the role of a victim during a training exercise near Ocean Beach, according to CBS New York. “The teeth were inside my skin and when I pulled my foot out, it kind of just felt like a scrape, like a rake going up my foot,” Mullins told the station. “We never expect to be attacked while we're training, but they handled it well.” Mullins received five stitches and was out of work while his foot healed, CBS New York reported. On Wednesday morning, a surfer was bitten by a roughly four-foot tiger shark, leaving a four-inch gash, according to Bellone. The man was knocked off his board and saw the shark circling back toward him, but a wave carried him into shore, Bellone said. Roughly 11 hours later, police were called to Seaview Beach after a 49-year-old Arizona man standing in “waist deep water” was bitten from behind on his left wrist and buttocks, according to Suffolk County police. He walked out of the water and was taken by helicopter to a hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening, police said.
On today's show, the boys talk with Logan High football coach Gary Mullins as they continue the Scoop & Score series. Also, the big weigh-in day for the month long weight loss challenge and then things turn strange near the end. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blrshow/support
This is a welcome back episode after being away from my podcast for over a year. This episode features one of my closest friends and talented artist Anthony Mullins also known as Apollo7teen @apollo7teen on instagram. This episode talks about the origin of our friendship and how music has made been the spark in his life that he is using to become the best artist he possibly can. This episode also discusses the vulnerability it takes to have close relationships and how both of us have made strides to make each other better people. Thank you Ant for the constant support and love and I'm glad we finally have an episode of our own, much love family.
This week on Inside Appalachia, we listen to stories from 2021 that tackle everything from the challenges that came with virtual schooling to using poetry to change public perception. Matriarchal Moonshiners Legend has it Mahalia Mullins once beat 30 men in a wrestling match and sold them all whiskey afterwards. Mullins was born in 1824 into a poor family and died a folk hero. The cabin where she lived has even become a tourist destination in East Tennessee. But who's the woman behind the myth? We'll travel to the Mahalia Mullins cabin to learn her story. Appalachia's Bad Men The summer of 2021 marked the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Blair Mountain — the largest armed uprising in America since the Civil War, and a major event in West Virginia history. A few months before Blair Mountain, the spark was lit with the Matewan Massacre. Grandparents Raising Grandchildren The opioid epidemic is forcing many grandparents, even great-grandparents, to become parents again to a new generation. In a recent episode of the “Us and Them” podcast, host Trey Kay spoke with West Virginia grandparents about the challenges of raising children during COVID-19. If you're a grandparent or a great-grandparent raising children, we'd like to hear from you. Write us a letter — we're at Inside Appalachia, 600 Capitol Street, Charleston, WV. 25301. Or send an email to email@example.com. Novel Concludes Robert Gipe's Trilogy We also hear about another multigenerational family, who are the main characters in Robert Gipe's illustrated novels, set in Eastern Kentucky. The books combine funny, heartbreaking writing and cartoony drawings. The first book in the series, “Trampoline,” came out seven years ago. That novel introduced Dawn Jewell — a teenager growing up with a mother addicted to pain pills. Robert Gipe spoke with Inside Appalachia just after Trampoline was published in 2015. From Recycling To Musical Instruments Many people have been relying on online shopping these days, but who knew all that leftover cardboard had a use? This week on the show, we learn about dulcimers that are made out of cardboard, and even banjos made out of coffee cans. As part of our Inside Appalachia Folkways series, reporter Rachel Moore spoke to two instrument-makers in Western North Carolina who are carrying on the DIY instrument legacy. Dispelling Stereotypes We all know the stereotypes people use to paint Appalachia as a cultural backwater. But as WEKU's Cheri Lawson reports, a dedicated group of fierce women are using the arts to fight back. We had help producing Inside Appalachia this week from the Us and them podcast, which is supported by The West Virginia Humanities Council and the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation.
Listener note: This episode contains language that may be offensive to non-neurotypical individuals. This is for the purpose of historical accuracy and does not reflect the cast or crew's opinions.Putting aside everything going wrong in the world right now and trying to focus on the positive things of this past weekend's holiday are extremely hard for me. So I'll close my eyes and think back to my childhood summers and visiting The Ohio State Fair. I loved going there to see the butter cow, sweat in the quilt barn as my mom forced us to admire the quilts with her, ride the rides, and eat 85 pounds of fried goodies. For Christie Mullins however, the 1975 fair wasn't going to be one to remember.Written and narrated by Schuyler Fastenau and executive produced by Daniel Jones. Additional voices by Tamara Perry, Jordan Katcher, Janette Zosche, Taylor Shurte, Jeremy Staple, Daniel Jones, and Gabriel Rivers. Cover artwork by Catherine Fastenau. Theme music by Tracy Zales. Editing and sound design by Brian Campbell.Follow us on:Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/OGDeadtimeInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/theoriginaldeadtimestories/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DeadtimeStoriesPodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/DeadtimeThe
Garret helps expand our thinking about crowdfunding - plus shares the latest campaigns, including this month's spotlight artist, Eric Peters. ------ SPOTLIGHT CAMPAIGN ------ * Eric Peters - New EP https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/ericpeters/ep-2 ------ OTHER CAMPAIGNS ------ * Staci Frenes - Light of Love - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/stacifrenes/light-of-love-a-new-christmas-album-by-staci-frenes * Zach Pietrini Band - Rock & Roll Is Dead - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/zprrid/rock-and-roll-is-dead-album-tour-launch * David Brackenbury - Ebenezer - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/davidbrackenbury/ebenezer * Ketrina Joy - Grace Upon Grace - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/ketrinajoymusic/grace-upon-grace-new-ep-from-ketrina-joy * P.O.D. - When Angels & Serpents Dance (remaster/reissue) - https://usa-store.mascotlabelgroup.com/collections/pod * Mawcore - new album - https://www.mawcore.com/albumfundraiser * Eric Cohen - Extreme Tour 2022 - https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/extreme-tour-2022 * Mark Heard - Second Hand & Satellite Sky reissues heads-up. Coming this Summer or Fall. ------- CREDITS ------- * Host/Producer - Garret Godfrey * Executive Producer - Dave Trout * UTR Summer of Vinyl contest - https://utrmedia.org/winvinyl2022 * Twitter - https://twitter.com/goodpatron * Facebook Group - https://www.facebook.com/crowdfundingchristianmusic * Email - firstname.lastname@example.org (c) 2022 UTR Media. All Rights Reserved. A 501(c)(3) non-profit org - info at https://utrmedia.org
Auburn Tigers special topic podcast with host Kyle Loomis, along with guest Hayden Mullins. We interview the current Auburn baseball pitcher about his personal experience on the team's incredible 2022 run to Omaha. ------------------------------------- JOIN THE BOOSTER CLUB: https://www.patreon.com/e2cnetwork BE A YOUTUBE CHANNEL MEMBER: https://www.youtube.com/c/e2cnetwork/join SPONSOR OPPORTUNITIES: email@example.com DONATE TO THE NETWORK: www.paypal.me/e2cnetwork SHOP E2C NETWORK STORE: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/e2cnetwork ------------------------------------- LISTEN TO ALL PODCASTS: http://bit.ly/E2CNetworkApplePodcasts LISTEN TO AUBURN ROOTS: https://bit.ly/AuburnRootsSubscribe ------------------------------------- TWITTER: twitter.com/E2C_Network FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/E2CNetworkAU FACEBOOK GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/groups/e2cnetwork INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/e2cnetwork YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/e2cnetwork --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/e2c-network/support
Robin Kirby Gatto holds a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Social Work and Juris Doctorate. She has many published teaching books and is a best-selling author. Today Robin shares her personal story of deliverance from many strongholds. God has moved Robin into sharing His Truths on Freedom through Wisdom and the Power of His Word. Please join us today as Robin shares about this powerful word of DELIVERANCE coming alive in her life through Jesus Christ her Lord and Savior and the Word of God. Part One of Two. ***** Kimberly Hobbs Welcome to Empowering Lives with Purpose. And I'm your host, Kimberly Hobbs. I am the founder of Women World Leaders. We are so grateful that you've joined us today on empowering lives with purpose. And that is our hope today ladies that we get to empower you and encourage you to walk and that beautiful purpose that God has just for you. And one of our guests today that is wanting to just pour in some encouragement to you is our guest Robin Kirby Gatto. Welcome, Robin. Robin Kirby Gatto Thank you. I am super excited, and I cannot wait to see what the Spirit of the Lord does. Kimberly, God bless you. Kimberly Hobbs Oh, God bless you. Ladies. Today we are in for a great topic. Today we're talking about deliverance. And there are so many things as we think about our lives, whether God has delivered you from something already, something that has held you captive or shackled. That feeling of not being free. While today we want to talk about what that freedom feels like. And we want all of us to be able to be able to experience that true freedom that comes through Jesus Christ our Lord. So that's what we're going to talk about in our podcast today. And ladies, God tells us in His Word, that every believer has received grace gifts, so use them to serve one another as faithful stewards of the many color tapestries of God's grace. That's First Peter 410. So we've all received different gifts. And today's guest today Robin is so amazing, and I just being able to get to know her as a woman of God. God truly has entrusted her with beautiful gifts. And I believe as she starts to speak, you're gonna hear about what God has entrusted her with. So we believe each of you have a purpose, ladies. And it's our hope today that through listening to this podcast, you're going to hear a little bit about what your purpose might be. Ask God for that right now as we begin this podcast today, I want to share a little bit about who Robin Kirby Gatto is before we get going. She is a prolific author with a Bachelor and Master's degree in social work, and a juris doctorate. She has been in full time ministry since February 2011, where God in large the curtains of her habitations, he lengthened her steaks, and he sent her out, not by man, but by him, God sent her out. She has written many teaching books, which include two series of Gods firewall School of the prophets, and God's firewall, healing of the soul, as well as fictional series of the ancient language seekers. Her latest book, mindfulness of the mind of Christ shows the Christian how to walk out their deliverance by the consecration of the body through the word of truth that sets them free. The word of truth, we hear that ladies, that's God's word, is the word of truth. Robin has been married to rich Gatto since 2001, and has two sons, and a daughter and grace and two grandchildren. That's beautiful. You've got your surroundings of love. She's from Birmingham, Alabama, and has taught and preached in other nations including the Philippines and Nicaragua. Robin loves to minister wherever God calls her. And prior to finding her calling, Robin has had a pretty tumultuous life. Right, Robin, we got to share and talk about that a little bit. Until God delivered her ladies. Robin, can you take a few minutes and share with us some of the trials and struggles you went through prior to the time that God brought his power through his word into your life? Robin Kirby Gatto Yes, and thank you for that intro. Kimberly, I am so blessed to be here and I'm super excited. Because I know that God has a plan and there's such a power in the testimony. There is a yoke destroying anointing, and I know that this is for someone out there specifically that's watching the day and said So, early on, God drew me to himself. When I was six years old, he would wake me up on Sunday mornings while everybody else was asleep. And he would tell me to get up and get that little handmade dress my grandmother made all the way to the floor. And he would say, go across the street and go to the church. And I sat on the third P on the inside, so I could see the pasture. And the only way that I can describe it, Kimberly is it was like this Amber, honey gold was coming down on this pasture. And my mouth was like this. And I just took in every word that this pastor preached, and taught in that particular service in every service thereafter. And so I asked them what to do. And they led me to get a Sunday school. And church was part of an escape for me, I actually have a brother that's a year older. And we were latchkey kids back in the late 60s, and 70s, early 70s. And he had met massive anger issues massive. And so I was there every day, all through school, all the way through high school dealing with that anger that he had, and I was the recipient of that anger every single day. And so charge was an escape for me and so many avenues. And I love the Lord, my family started going to church, my family started the Lord. But at the same time, nobody really wanted to deal with these anger issues. Because I was the only person that had to see them, mainly, while we were latchkey kids. And so one thing led to another, and I served the Lord through elementary served the Lord through middle school, I would get teased, or we get persecuted in high school in middle school, because I just really loved the Lord. And I would date a couple of guys. And because I wanted to protect my purity, they ended up leaving me with young ladies that would give them their desires and what they wanted. And so my senior year of high school, I just kind of went into rebellion. I was just so mad at God. And I was thinking, God, I'm doing all these things, right. And all of these bad things keep happening. And I just wanted to flat out rebel again, I was also very much in a protected zone by my parents, which is good. And so when I went to college, I just went party animal crazy, and that rebellion. And of course, I didn't do well in my first semester of college, because I hardly attended any classes. And the next thing I do is I find myself back home. And I go to a local junior college, and I get connected to the wrong man. And my mother warns me and she's a Baptist, but she has such a gift to discerning of spirits. And she warns me she said, Robin, he is demon possessed, do not marry him. But I was in rebellion. I was just angry with God angry with my parents, and that there was this undercurrent of anger is all I can tell you, and so on marry this man. And the next thing I know is he ends up being this drug dealer and he was actually from a narc pulling me aside on the road, right before I had a way of escape from that marriage. The narc told me that he was number two in the state of Mississippi on the entire narc list that he was number two in the state. And he warns me and God will always send you warnings. And he will, he will provide a written submission on web scape. And so, this man after we got married against obesity severely, He locked the door with deadbolt locks. He starts the and he beat me he would put guns to my head knives to mouth right. And so it was very intense. And I had been a cheerleader. I was overall girl I was class favorite. You would have never known this was me. But that undercurrent of anger I believe towards my brother. Growing up with constant, being the recipient of that anger and just having to tolerate it. It just really took me down a place that I didn't want to go. And after nine months of being married to this man and he was demon possessed. After nine months, God provided a way of escape and a ram in the bush and at 2pm to 8am in the morning. I was able to get the key out of his pocket because he kept it in his pocket. And I was able to grab that key and just hightail it up the street. And with him running behind me, I knew I was dead. And at this point I was about 82 pounds, I had been so starved and so beaten. And God had a policeman right at the top of that street. And I was able to leave that marriage. But the damage that that did to my self esteem was beyond measure. And it took over just a decade to be able to see it in a room without my stomach and knots and having panic attacks. Well, shortly after that, three years later, I married a doctor, a pre med student, and helped him get through med school. And at the same time was getting my bachelor's in social work. And my internship at the Baptist children's village with severe Lee hurt children. My supervisor called me in for what I thought was just going to be a regular meeting. And it wasn't just a regular meeting, she was confronting the fact that I was abused. And there I found out I disassociated. And it was at that point that God began to work on my person. Kimberly Hobbs Wow. Wow. Wow. And he did. He did. And you went through that marriage as well. And you were telling me about how you went from not only? Well, there were some struggles within? Which Yes, you out of that marriage? Yes. into a place where alcoholism started taking over talk about that a little bit, you got into this unbelievably sad, depressed state, because you felt that you were making mistake after mistake is despite the time that you were learning all of this worldly knowledge that got you had your bachelor's, and then you got your masters. And then the things were happening in your life talk about that really quick? Robin Kirby Gatto Yes. In fact, I married the doctor, I put him through medical school after going through residency, and it was my turn to go back and get my master's in social work. And I thought things were great. But how, how many times does God give you something in your network, that you just know that something's going to happen, and that you don't see yourself somewhere where someone else would see you. And so God showed me that I was not going to leave the house that I was in, and the doctor and I put a contract on my dream home. I put them through medical school, it was time for us to get our margerine home. And the next thing I know is I'm standing at that house with his family. And they asked me Are you excited about this house and I said, I don't see myself here. I don't see myself here. And Holy Spirit was speaking to me. And it was shortly after that, that I found out who was actually trying to move me out of the home with the two boys of one and six year old boys. Because he was having an affair, Kimberly and I had no clue. But God protected me and our house never sold. And he kept me in this house. And at that time, I was serving God, I was hungry, I would. I didn't have the power of Holy Spirit. I was hungry and thirsty for righteousness. But I did not know the power. I hadn't tasted the power at that time. And then the next thing I know is I'm a single mom, trying to pursue God, I've been going to church, I've been taking my voice to church, I'm always there. And the next thing on a thing shift. And I just happened to go to the divorce recovery group with two ladies. And it's in the church. But these two ladies were drinking wine. And all it took was one night with those ladies at their house. And I just drunk a sip of wine. And the next thing I know is it became my medication for my pain. Because I kept looking for my painting counselors to be resolved for my pain and friends to be resolved. And I kept looking to people to help me with my pain. But there was only one that could help me with my pain. Instead, God began to transition me and show me areas of my soul that were in such captivity. And this was right before I married my husband rich. I had actually been engaged. I was a single mother four and a half years, and I went into alcoholism. medomak medicated my pain through alcoholism. That was my medication. Antidepressants didn't work. So my only anti really depressant and which made me more depressed was alcohol. And so it was the most horrific thing that I could have ever done. But God knew that my lineage the family generations had alcoholism in it. And I didn't know that alcoholism was in my family, and that it just came up in my members. And it just became this Strong call that I could not find my way out of. And I began by the Holy Spirit, God began to speak to me, he brought me back to the simple place of the Word, and the power of the word, John 832, you shall know the truth and the truth will set you free. And God began to say, Robin, you are not a drunk, and I said, Hello, God, I'm drinking. He said, but were in my word, does it say your job. He said, You are the righteousness of Christ Jesus, you are seated in heavenly places, I have a plan to give you a hope and a future and not to harm me. And the gift of faith was deposited in me. And God began to speak to me. And he said, Robin, I want you to start speaking this word. Now this is as I'm still an alcoholic, I'm still in bondage. And then I meet my soon to be husband and I marry in 2001. Rich, who doesn't want anything to do with alcohol? Who doesn't want anything to do with someone in bondage, but God drew this man to me. And he watched this entire transformation, as the Holy Spirit's stirred me up in the day, to where I would just speak the word and only the word. And he would even mention sometimes will Robin, you just drank the night before? I said, but I'm not an alcoholic. Nowhere in the Word of God. Does it say that I'm an alcoholic, and Jesus wasn't a drunk. And so if Jesus wasn't a drawl, and nowhere in the war, does it say I got just started this day. And I just spoke it. And on Resurrection Sunday, 2001, my husband and was a 2002, Resurrection Sunday, my husband's there. I feel the power of Holy Spirit, and it is offertory that you're passing the offering around, wanting that offertory Tom, and my heart is beating 100 miles an hour. And I look down at my heart and I'm thinking what is going on with me. And that amber color honey that I saw was a six year old girl. It came on matar person. And I heard God say stand Oh, and a call see Mullins, my Redeemer lives was playing. And I stood up. And the power board came on me. And I'm shaking, and my mind is going what is going on with my body. And my knees are weak, and my husband stands behind me. And the power of God came on me and in one moment just broke chains off on 2002 Resurrection Day. Kimberly Hobbs Amen. Amen. And you know, ladies are hearing that and sometimes we hear stories in various different ways. But that's the power of the Lord. He is a limitless God that can do the most amazing things in our life. And he delivered you that day. And John a 32, you shall know the truth and the truth will set you free. That's the scripture you use. And God used his word of truth as you were sitting there in church, and it's permeating you and he was preparing you. And he was doing a mighty work in you. And that day you were delivered, chains broke off. And you were free. You were delivered from alcoholism. you repented you taught you were talking to me about this Robin and ladies, this gets good. This woman is full of the wisdom of God because He has just poured into her. You had a heart change as you checked out that that sin and you repented that enslaved you and you were delivered that day. Then I said were you delivered from everything Robin, you know, and you started to tell me, you started getting deliverances from different things coming up in your life like the rage of anger. Can you talk about this with? Robin Kirby Gatto Yes. And just to let you know, I've not shared much ever publicly or even privately except for my husband, about my brother. So a lot of people don't know that. But for some reason, Kimberly, there's someone that needs to hear this because you have lived this. And so I had the resurrection, Sendai. 2002 And just a few months later, and Holy Spirit accelerated me on the Isaiah 35 Eight Highway of Holiness. And God was Redeeming the time because he knew his schedule. I didn't know God's schedule. He knew his schedule. And so he was catching me up. And he put me on that as a 358 highway of holiness where there's no unclean thing. There's no beast, and he just started giving me this hunger and thirst for the word. And I just read the Word and the power of God was just bringing truth and joy just accelerating it in my members to where I could just know the power, the truth. And so God began to speak with me just a few months after the alcoholism that he said, Robin, you have got issues. And so I thought, this deliverance was all new to me. I've never say this. I've just grown up this Baptist girl. All I know is I love the Lord. And so all of this was very new to me. And so a few months later, after the alcoholism, deliverance, on, on the phone was rich a year he lives in, he lives in Connecticut, New York, working out his contract, he worked for non West corporate, which I really love because I like my wish. And I was down here at Alabama steel. So a year of our marriage, he was up there working, I was down here. And so my insecurity, I was jealous at the moment, and there was no reason to be jealous, but there was just insecurities. And it was just time. And so this anger came up in my person. And it just started rising up and God did some supernatural work in that deliverance. And he showed me he said Robin recant of your of the anger towards your brother. He said, You have been angry with him all of this time, repent of anything towards your parents. And that that was the lynch pin. Because if you would have asked, you know, the way that I am right now, I'm doubly that's how I've always been, okay, this is, this is my personality. My personality hasn't changed. It's just been amplified. Okay. So as Robin Kirby Gatto, steroids, after the Lord brings freedom. And so I if you would have told me I had raged, I would have told you, you are crazy. Because I didn't know as they are, but because of the supernatural encounter. And God had me on the floor. And it was like this big thumb on my back and my knees are under my belly, and my arms are out, like in prayer position. And I heard repent, and I began to repent. And it felt like chains broke off of me. And it felt like I was lifted up Kimberly and I could run a mess. That's what I tell everybody after every single one of these deliverances it feels like I was running on air, like the root word, Give us this day, our daily bread elrow It means to lift dog. And that's what happens when you get freedom, Kimberly Hobbs freedom. Same time, that's the freedom and I have to just share the scripture really quick that God gave me Romans 612 to 14 says do not let sin control the way you live. Do not give into sinful desires. Do not let any part of your body become an instrument of evil to serve sin. Instead, give yourselves completely to God, for you were but now you have new life. That's you. I mean, like that's why you're like lifted up on the air because you are so excited of the freedom that God gives. Yes. So use your whole body is an instrument to do what is right for the glory of God. Sin is no longer your master for you no longer live under the requirements of the law. Instead, you live under the Freedom of God's grace. And now you're living in grace Robin. And this is so exciting because God delivered you from your fear of even going into full time ministry. But he had to break away all those chains that were holding you down, right? Because you've had all those things you needed to be delivered from his deliverance through the power of His Word. Yes, that's how we find our deliverance. We read the word it convicts our heart, we go to God and repentance and he delivers. So Robin now here you are he's given you and wait. I've just got to say let loose Robin, and to share what God has taught you about deliverance, and to just share with us. Robin Kirby Gatto Praise God. Well, God began to take the ministry and the first thing I did was go to the Philippines when I was in full time ministry. And over there he said, Robin, I want you to start doing God's bible school the prophets which is nothing but the Navy Seals of discipleship. It is the word, the word the word, just like the old day school the prophets with Elijah and Samuel, because the only people that could do the word and study the Word and have it in there around amongst them. Were the priest or the school, the prophets, those that hung around this prophets. And so God said, Robin, I will do the study the word study the word just like law school, just like you studied every one of those subjects. And God began to bring the wisdom through law school to be able to know those subject matters. He said, I want you to go in every direction in your life, and it is about the word. And as First Corinthians two says, Holy Spirit combines different scriptures, and Holy Spirit shows us things that are fenced in and hidden by the mind of God, the Holy Spirit knows the mind of God and gives us that through the mind of Christ. And so, in those writings, I just began to bring in not my favorite subjects, it was what I resisted in it was the sciences, it was physiology, it was biology was chemistry, it was anatomy, it was astronomy, because God had me unpack the word, Romans 120, says, The God of the invisible shows himself through the visible nature he created. And he just began showing me himself through a flower or through a tree, through a through hit the galaxy, and I just was like, Oh, my goodness, this is absolutely, obviously my own fantastical place. And the next thing I know is I tell everybody, I'm VODs Jerry Rice, for those of y'all who are older out there, he's a wide receiver. And so he would say, Robin study this, and it was like I was going long on fake. And he would just give me subject matter to study with his word. And it would just blow my mind because it would bring understanding to my members. And that is where faith comes. It comes in understanding the word and hearing the Word and understanding the word. And so God began to have me teach the sciences, which were my weakest subject in school, I even though I got honors, and I graduated with honors in all of my schooling, and even college, it was still my weakest subject. I was not a fan of science. But God just gave me his grace. And he brought things together. And I've been doing that for about a decade, over a decade, Kimberly, and everything came together. And God didn't shed me. He said, Robin, the new book you're gonna write is mindfulness, the mind of Christ. And I said, Glory to God. I cannot write to write that book, hallelujah, Holy Spirit. And he said, and I'm going to show you how you were delivered at the receptor level of your body, to show you what printing looks like, and why you had the supernatural encounters. And I delivered to you and I was like, well, glory to God, it is about Tom because he wants to give us wisdom. If we ask, he wants to give us Kimberly Hobbs James 1:5. Robin Kirby Gatto Yep. And said these this whole decade as I was teaching all the different sciences, and even some doctors were some of the students at our schools would go to the doctor with a loved one like a parent, they would say, are you in nursing school? And she would say, No, I'm not in nursing school. But I'm in another school, I just happened in a, an ad, getting detailed anatomy of the heart, the anatomy of the lungs, the anatomy of the brain. I mean, it was just it amplifies when you take it and couple it with Scripture. And so God said, which is one of my favorite scriptures, Romans 12, one and two, he says in Romans 12, one, that we are to consecrate the body as holy as until gone, which is it's reasonable or reasonable worship to God or reasonable service. And then after that, it says, Romans 12, two, that we're not to be conformed to this world, but the world to be transformed by the renewing of our mind, to prove what is the acceptable of God, what is good and pleasing in His sight, by the Spirit of the Lord. And so, about two years ago, God began to speak to me about the mind and body connection, because every time I'd get delivered, my mind would say, what is going on? In this body, and the power of God would come on me by the Spirit of the Lord, because Romans 317 says, Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom. And so God began to show me that the body has its own language, which is the nations and the mind has its own language, which is thoughts, but it's mainly what is my condition? Am I good? Am I okay? Am I happy? Am I satisfied? Am I bad? The mind is always that's what order to take thoughts captive, and where not to let it get into the body. Because when it gets into the body, it becomes an experienced adult and every single one of our deliverances Kimberly, we're not from the brain down to the body. Just like in law school, having been in social work, and switched to law school, which there are many social workers who do that, but it's a whole different way to study. It's a whole different school. It's Socratic method. It's totally different and they Give me these textbooks that really don't have the answers in the textbooks. So you have to buy study aids to go along with the textbooks. And so it was just difficult for me to grasp law. But I just kept putting my members and when I say members I'm talking about, I allowed my mind to be present. But I wasn't trying to grab it by my mind, I was just allowing my entire presence to be in for that material. And after a month, Holy Spirit would bring me the spirit of understanding, and start connecting the dots. And it would just all of a sudden just come out just so incredible. And I would understand the law completely. And that is how it is with every subject matter of science. And I will be studying such high levels of science that I keep arguing with God, please God, don't let me study this. And then all of a sudden, the spirit of understanding connects everything, and I totally understand what's going on. And so he began to show me he said, Robin, your body has the language of emotion. And your mind has the language of thoughts, he said, but those two connect in the spirit realm and the language of fruit, and your fruit is seen in the spirit realm. And God began to have me and it's all this is all in mindfulness, the mind of Christ. And I write three chapters on the language of fruit and about the mind body connection. And God said, Robin, where does it say in my word to consecrate your mind first, he said, so many people are trying to get free from the mind down to the body, and the body is not consecrated, and they're not going to get free. He said, All you did is you put your entire person in front of the word, and you just kept reading the Word, and you weren't trying to understand it, you're trying to make anything out of it, you just did it on eBay. And as I was committed, I do it like a 401 K plan, you put so much in, and the company puts them at gym, but God puts above that, right, and he wants to know your commitment. And then his return is the power of Holy Spirit. And so God began to bring understanding about the concentration of the body at the receptor level, where particularly memories are stored in the body, not in neurons, but at this particular receptor, called the G protein coupled receptor, which scientists have articulated, is responsible for our behavior, and for our perception. And so we don't realize that we're perceiving through our emotions, and that your emotions are literally neuro peptides hitting this receptor, unpacking memories, and what God did in that first marriage without abuser. And even through the anger of my brother, as he brought in Exodus 1019, where he sins Holy Spirit, He sends a strong west wind to remove all the locusts, and cast them into the Red Sea. And this is the foundation of John Deere ting to which is pruning and it is pruning these memories in your body, that are stored up that are behind your perception behind your behavior. And then God brought in greater understanding as even as I mentioned to you the other day, as we see natural supplements that he says in His word like Isaiah 714 and 15, with a prophecy of a manual, where those natural supplements of a bitter thing, and honey, that sweet thing, and these two tastes, but it's happened to hit this receptor in your body. And I seen and heard praise reports left and right, where people with nicotine addiction, smoking three packs a day for years, they start doing the consecration of the body, and they start doing this bittersweet taste test that I talked about with scripture, and they're seeing deliverance. And so it's about seeing because unclean spirits what God showed me attached to the body, and they attached to the receptor, they're not going to attach to Holy. They're not attached to the clean. They're going to attach to the unclean, and the unclean, are those memories that are stored in the body. Oh, is that not powerful? Kimberly Hobbs It is so powerful, so powerful. Like ladies, gee, I hope and pray that you are getting there. And I knew there was going to be so much here, but even like, it's crazy. So we're going to this is part one ladies. And I'm just encouraging you to tune into next week when we have part two where Robin will finish this because there is so much here. And this is so powerful. And there's so many of us that are holding on to these addictions, these things that are controlling us. And it's all going back to like Robin said, you know, like with, well, again, biblically, we got to go back to what God's Word says. And that's where we're gonna get the freedom. So she's gonna expound on this a little bit more next week. But we have to cut here. And I just want to thank you, but she is going to completely empower you next week at the end with those words, but let us just thank God for what you have brought to us today and sharing your story, Robin. And ladies, if you're feeling the Holy Spirit moving, and you've got to tune in next week, please do so because she's gonna bring it home with all of what God has given her. This was this woman is full of Godly wisdom. She's got all of the book smarts, as you know, by her degrees and everything God has given her but now you get a chance to hear the Godly wisdom that he has poured in because she asked her James one, five, if any of us lack wisdom, let us ask God and he'll give it to us generously to any of us who asked. So tune in next week and we're going to hear a little bit about that. Ladies, I pray you are blessed today from what you've received so far. And from his heart to yours. We are women, world leaders. All content is copyrighted and cannot be used without express written consent. Thank you ladies and Thank you Robin. We are so happy to have you. Have a great day.
Today we're going to talk about the importance of brand tracking in order to make better marketing decisions. To help me discuss this topic, I'd like to welcome Angeley Mullins, CMO & CGO at Latana.
Sharing Sox west coast correspondent Will Allan trekked from North Hollywood to Anaheim Wednesday night, only to find out the White Sox didn't bother to show up for the game. Well, figuratively, anyway. Asked by dad Leigh whether the Sox look as listless in person as on TV, Will confirmed that if anything they look worse, from pregame warmups to the end of the loss. The two agreed that while the Sox were visiting the Angels, Disneyland wasn't the only Mickey Mouse operation in the neighborhood. Naturally, they also agreed that the reason for such lifelessness is the HOFBP, both because of bad, bad decisions and overall pathetic leadership. They then disagreed over how many losses in a row they would happily suffer if it meant the HOFBP would be fired. Leigh opened the bidding at 10, Will quickly went to 12. The subject changed before the bidding really got ugly. The new subject was the asinine instruction to more than half the team not to bother hustling to first base. More agreement — both would rather see the entire lineup in Birmingham brought up play hard, and no doubt lose anyway, than the slothful product the White Sox put on the field now. Discussion then turned to he upcoming series in San Francisco, where the Sox lucked out and won't have to face Carlos Rodón, and where two of the very worst defensive teams in the majors will compete for the ineptness trophy. Too negative? Well, on the positive side, a tip of the hat went to the sportsmanship of Andrew Vaughn for literally tipping his hat to Cedric Mullins of the Orioles after Mullins made an incredible catch to rob Vaughn of extra bases. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Que importante es tener a Mullins o Mateo en la inicial. Desconcentrar al rival es parte del juego. Sacarle la piedra también. De verdad espero que hoy veamos a un Lance Lynn enojado y desquiciado. Espero que el retorno de Watkins sea positivo y que retome el camino. Hoy con la experiencia de Chirinos, debería hacer un buen trabajo. Gran trabajo de todos y estupenda dirección de Brandon Hyde al que hay que darle mucho mérito también.
Tune in each morning and afternoon to keep-up-to-date on the happenings in the Pacific.An awkward calendar clash with the State of Origin on Sunday will see some players absent from their national sides when six of the Pacific's top nations square off on Saturday, and a cloud hangs over the citizenship status of some of PNG's top basketballers
We remember and honor the 25th anniversary of the homegoing of Rich Mullins with some songs, reflections, and 2 world premiere songs from the upcoming tribute album 'Bellsburg' ----------- TRACK LIST FOR EP.76 ------------ * Waiting - Rich Mullins * Hold Me Jesus - Kim Hill * Whitewater - Rich Mullins * Here in America - Sarah Hart * The Color Green - Rich Mullins * Heaven is Waiting - Brothers McClurg * Boy Like Me/ Man Like You - Rich Mullins * Jacob and 2 Women - Carolyn Arends * The Breaks - Rich Mullins * Calling Out Your Name - Andrew Peterson * The Other Side of the World - Rich Mullins * Both Feet On the Ground - Ashley Cleveland * Hard - Rich Mullins * Steal at Any Price - Andrew Haines * Who is God Gonna Use - Rich Mullins * If I Stand - Jess Ray * Peace - Rich Mullins --------- CREDITS ----------- * Host/Producer - Dave Trout * Bellsburg Kickstarter (thru 6/30/22) - https://is.gd/bellsburgks * Rich Mullins 25 website - https://richmullins25.com * UTR's Heart Soul & Mind Playlist - https://utrmedia.org/hsm18 * Summer of Vinyl contest - https://utrmedia.org/winvinyl2022 * Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (c) 2022 UTR Media. All Rights Reserved. A 501(c)(3) non-profit org, info at https://utrmedia.org
This week on Jazz Unlimited with Paul Anthony we revisit an archive edition done in 2001. We'll feature Central, New York native and bassist Tom Brigandi and his group, guitarist Kenny Burrell, drummer Cecil Brooks III, solo piano from Oscar Peterson from a release of all HIS original tunes, well known Miami Pianist Eddie Higgins, tenor saxophonist Carlos Garnett and and we'll end with a couple of legends, baritone saxophonist Gerry Mulligan and trombonist Bobby Brookmeyer and their pianoless quartet. All This week on Jazz Unlimited with Paul Anthony. l
For this episode we have legendary artist and designer Craig Mullins as our guest. He shares with us how he navigated the commercial art industry throughout the last three decades, what drives him these days and where he sees himself and the industry going in the near future.
We couldn't be happier or more stoked to have on our buddy and newest sponsor of the podcast, Sean Mullins of Pensacola Vibes and his newest venture Panhandle Springs. We were all immediately just a bunch of peas in a pod, we very quickly learning Sean is a Skim Boarding Champion among also being the Manager of Team Waterboyz. He is also on the board of directors of Keep Pensacola Beautiful, so he's very in touch with the pulse and direction Pensacola's growth is taking, he cares so much about Pensacola which is where his passion for shooting and capturing all of its beauty comes from, he tells us stories from Hang-Out Fest, his style and creative point of view, we go off the rails talking about Tom Cruise & all the Top Guns, how opportunities come about, chasing your passion and craft, playing games and being so tech savvy at a young age, being run over by a car and so much more, can't thank you enough for coming on and joining the family brother, always welcome back on, anytime!Follow us on Instagram:@somepeoplesuckpod@_hytly @thisisthehomie@pensacolavibes@panhandlesprings@_seanmullins@southeasternsubmissionclassic@joshgeorgerealtor@panaceabjj@arustycspoon@a_lifestyle_experiment
It's the season finale of our 5th season of the podcast! We feature the majority of a Q&A session with The Captains Courageous. ------------- SHOW NOTES ------------- * Host/Producer: Dave Trout * SPONSOR: Karin Simmons - https://is.gd/kspsalmssp * Kickstarter for 'Bellsburg' - https://bit.ly/bellsburgks * UTR Summer of Vinyl Contest - https://utrmedia.org/winvinyl2022 * Special Thanks: Judson University, Dr. Gene Crume, Tim May, Amy Harbach * Look for UTR's All Aboard fundraiser - coming July 2022 * Email: email@example.com (c) 2022 UTR Media. All Rights Reserved. A 501(c)(3) non-profit org - info at https://utrmedia.org
Mean Mr Mullins by Cathu Sahu is an original story by a living author: Cathy Sahu. A tale of a nasty man set in small-town America (at least I think it's small town, maybe suburban). For the post-story discussion, I read out notes sent in by Cathu and ramble a bit on the general themes. Cathy Sahu's book Ghosts & Other Unpleasantries can be found https://www.amazon.co.uk/Ghosts-Other-Unpleasantries-C-S-Sahu/dp/0997578505/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_2?crid=1AVFQU3Z2PLKC&keywords=cathy+sahu+ghosts&qid=1653129438&sprefix=cathy+sahu+ghosts%2Caps%2C81&sr=8-2-fkmr0 (here) This is Amazon UK link, but you should be able to hop to Amazon USA and all the other Amazons from it. If You Appreciate The Work I've Put In Here You could buy me a coffee https://ko-fi.com/tonywalker (https://ko-fi.com/tonywalker) Become a Patron https://www.patreon.com/barcud (https://www.patreon.com/barcud) And you can join my mailing list and get a free audiobook: https://bit.ly/dalstonvampire (https://bit.ly/dalstonvampire) Music By The Heartwood Institute https://bit.ly/somecomeback*** (https://bit.ly/somecomeback***)
I got Sally Mullins on the podcast today to talk about how she takes care of her personal boundaries when her art projects that she might not have those. Also check out her Amazon Special: Sleazy Does it, out now!
Hello, Hello! In this episode, we have a conversation with Director Janlatae' Mullins. We talk about the incredible lengths she went through to pitch Dawson's Creek, why being seen as a minority creator is so important, how she overcame suicidal thoughts and depression to pursue her filmmaking dreams, and how she identified procrastination as a form of Imposter Syndrome, and her new educational endeavor, The Heartbeat Film Club. Enjoy! Listen+Subscribe+Rate = Love Questions or Comments? Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or on social and the web at https://linktr.ee/BonsaiCreative Love Indie Film? Love the MAKE IT Podcast? Become a True Fan! www.bonsai.film/truefans www.makeit.libsyn.com/podcast #MAKEIT More About Janlatae' Mullins Reel vimeo.com/251433244 Website www.janlatae.com/ Heartbeat Film Club www.janlatae.com/heartbeat-film-club Janlatae' Mullins is an award-winning writer, producer, and director. She directs films, music videos, promos, and branded content. Her promo and commercial credits include work with Fox, CMT, Barbie, Amazon Studios, Paramount Pictures, Bravo, Hershey's, Pantene, Nickelodeon, and OWN. Her short films have won numerous awards including Best Director at The Black Women in Film Festival in 2015, Best Screenplay in 2018, and the grand prize winner for her short film Soul Fire in the Jack Daniels Gentleman Jack Real to Reel Competition in association with BET and Code Black Entertainment. She has also worked with various creatives to help develop projects to pitch. Janlatae' is a true believer in the power of collaboration. Her tenacity to run after honest performances and soul-provoking visuals makes her a great choice for any talent-driven narrative or commercial work. Janlatae's heart is to empower fellow creators to understand the power of their voice and how it can change the world; to essentially find their heartbeat. She's currently developing and writing a few TV projects, a series of heartbeat-led creative workshops for creators, and inspiring a movement through emotionally moving content for her digital channel The Heartbeat Network. Janlatae' is here to remind people that were birthed to start a MOVEMENT. Shownotes: Dawson's Creek (tv series) Greg Prange (producer) Mario Lopez (actor) Mark-Paul Gosselaar (actor) Michelle Williams (actress) The Color Purple (film) Arrow (tv series) The Flash (tv series) Oprah Winfrey Roger Deakins (cinematographer) Blade Runner (film) Ridley Scott (producer) Denis Villeneuve (director) Gavin DeGraw (musician)
Garret welcomes UTR's very own Dave Trout to talk about the first week of a wild Kickstarter campaign for two Rich Mullins-related projects.... plus all the latest crowdfunding campaigns. ------- SPOTLIGHT CAMPAIGN ------ * Rich Mullins' projects 'Bellsburg' and 'Deep Valley' * https://bit.ly/bellsburgks -------- OTHER CAMPAIGNS --------- * Elise Massa - Sunset - Songs for Evening -https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/267374063/sunset-songs-for-the-evening * Bill Mallonee -Here It Opens With A Prayer, But It Closes With A Song - pre-order for those who missed the Kickstarter for 'Mother-Lode' - https://www.billmalloneemusic.com/here-it-opens-with-a-prayer * Starflyer 59 tribute album pre-order - https://pacifico.bandcamp.com/album/major-awards-a-tribute-to-starflyer-59 * Fan & Flame - https://fanandflamemusic.com/ * Chris & Brianna Lindsay - Our God Forever EP - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/ourgodforever/our-god-forever-ep-chris-and-brianna-lindsay * Alli Rogers - Longing Songs - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/allirogers/alli-rogers-music-and-shelter-writers/ * Ordinary Time - sixth full length album - https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/new-ordinary-time-album#/ * Mandi Mapes - Levees - https://www.gofundme.com/f/mandi-mapes-levees-album * Tiffany Dawn Brewer album - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/tiffanydawnbrewer/tiffany-dawn-brewer-the-full-album ----------- CREDITS ---------- * Host/Producer - Garret Godfrey * Executive Producer - Dave Trout * SPONSOR1: Karin Simmons - https://is.gd/kspsalmssp * SPONSOR2: Judson Univ - https://is.gd/jutour * Summer of Vinyl contest - https://utrmedia.org/winvinyl2022 * Twitter - https://twitter.com/goodpatron * Facebook Group - https://www.facebook.com/crowdfundingchristianmusic * Email - email@example.com (c) 2022 UTR Media. All Rights Reserved. A 501(c)(3) non-profit org - info at https://utrmedia.org
⚡️Our first IN PERSON interview since March 2020! ⚡️We had the pleasure of interviewing Matty Mullins of Memphis May Fire over Zoom video!Memphis May Fire makes anthems for the broken. The four-piece rock band channel a generation's worth of angst, frustration, and pain, with a focused blend of gigantic melodic hooks and crushing aggression. Even after topping Billboard's Hard Music Albums chart and breaking into radio's Active Rock Top 20, Memphis May Fire refuses to sacrifice who they are or the people who made them. In fact, Remade in Misery, their seventh full-length album, is the heaviest Memphis May Fire record yet.It is the first Memphis May Fire album to be both produced and mixed by Kellen McGregor, the band's guitarist who co-founded the group roughly 15 years ago. The longtime rhythm section of bassist Cory Elder and drummer Jake Garland inject the songs with infinite depth and focus. Cameron Mizell, who coproduced 2014 fan-favorite Unconditional with McGregor, produced Matty's vocals.Mullins enlisted his friend Cody Quistad, guitarist and clean vocalist for the band Wage War, during part of the writing process. Fire From The Gods singer AJ Channer guests on “Only Human.” At the heart of any collaboration is the Memphis May Fire mission: to connect with the brokenhearted.The guys are family to the million-plus fans who follow Memphis May Fire on social media, revered by the people who discovered their early albums in 2009 and 2011; those who made Challenger (2012) the biggest selling debut in the history of Rise Records at the time; and everyone who championed their music since. Unconditional debuted at Number One on Billboard's Rock, Independent, and Hard Music charts. In 2016, This Light I Hold made inroads into radio while rooted in heaviness. Boasting the singles “The Old Me,” “Live Another Day,” and “Heavy is the Weight,” Broken was a distillation of what the band does creatively, with the group's signature passion and fearless genre-bending.Remade in Misery is the sum total of all that's come before with a forceful charge into the future.We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #MemphisMayFire #MattyMullins #RemadeInMisery #RiseRecords #NewMusic #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiBhttps://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod
Happy Pride! We invited Ruby Hann, who completed her MA in History in 2020 and her MSc in History in 2021, both at the University of Edinburgh, to talk about Eugen Sandow, the bodybuilder who spread the cult of muscle around the world. Her research is focused on masculinity, sexuality, and the body in early twentieth century Britain. Ruby is not currently in academia, but she still occasionally writes, lectures, and attends conferences. You can follow her Twitter @RubyVolunteers to find her work. Our book is available at badgayspod.com/book along with tour dates in the US and the UK! SOURCES: Budd, M. A. The Sculpture Machine: Physical Culture and Body Politics in the Age of Empire. New York: New York University Press, 1997. Chapman, David. Sandow the Magnificent: Eugen Sandow and the Beginnings of Bodybuilding. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1994. Dyer, Richard. White: Twentieth Anniversary Edition, 2nd ed. London: Routledge, 2017. Waller, David. The Perfect Man: The Muscular Life and Times of Eugen Sandow, Victorian Strongman. Brighton: Victorian Secrets Limited, 2011. Waugh, Thomas. Hard to Imagine: gay male eroticism in photography and film from their beginnings to Stonewall. New York: Columbia University Press, 1996. Brauer, Fae. ‘Virilizing and Valorizing Homoeroticism: Eugen Sandow's Queering of Body Cultures Before and After the Wilde Trials', Visual Culture in Britain 18:1 (2017), 35–67. Conrad, Sebastian. ‘Globalizing the Beautiful Body: Eugen Sandow, Bodybuilding, and the Ideal of Muscular Manliness at the Turn of the Twentieth Century', Journal of World History 32:1 (2021), 95–125. Elledge, Jim. ‘Eugen Sandow's gift to gay men', The Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide 18:4 (2011). Mullins, Greg. ‘‘Nudes, Prudes, and Pigmies: The Desirability of Disavowal in "Physical Culture"', Discourse 15:1 (1992), 27–48. Snow, K. Mitchell. ‘Does this fig leaf make me look gay? Strongmen, statue posing and physique photography', Early Popular Visual Culture 17:2 (2019), 135–155. Watt, Carey A. ‘Cultural Exchange, Appropriation and Physical Culture: Strongman Eugen Sandow in Colonial India, 1904–1905', The International Journal of the History of Sport 33:16 (2016), 1921–1942.
Dr. Ryan Mullins of the Reluctant Theologian Podcast joins the show. We discuss the nature of time, divine timelessness, whether or not God created time, and much more! Ryan's Website: https://www.rtmullins.com/ -------------------------------- GIVING -------------------------------- Please consider becoming a Patron! Patreon (Thanks!): https://www.patreon.com/AdherentApologetics YouTube Membership: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO8jj_CQwrRRwwwXBndo6nQ/join
We are wrapping up season 2 of this podcast the best way possible... with a discussion with Mitchell Mullins (FPV pilot/ Film Director based out of Los Angeles California) about how to make money using YOUR own creative work. What are the best ways and best practices?
On May12, 2022, history was made as the first team of Black American climbers successfully ascended to the summit of Mount Everest, the highest peak in the world. Known as the Full Circle Everest Expedition, this group of six men and one woman, all of African descent, made it safely to the top of the mountain and back to Everest Base Camp. The team included an array of climbers from across the United States and one native of Kenya. They ranged in age from 26 to 62. And they achieved this great accomplishment with the invaluable assistance of eight Nepali Sherpa guides. At a moment in time when even the most remote corners of our planet seem well within reach of human endeavor and ambition, this unique expedition is the latest milestone not only in the progress of high-altitude mountaineering, but the global advancement of racial diversity, equity and inclusion in the outdoor recreation industry. Almost 70 years since the first formally recognized ascent of Everest in 1953 by Sir Edmond Hillary and Tenzing Norgay, Black Americans have at last realized the metaphorical vision that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. defined in his many speeches that encouraged the aspiration to climb mountains. In was in August of 1963, the same year that the first American team led by Jim Whittaker reached the Everest summit, that King shared his dream at the March on Washington and declared that freedom for all people must be allow to “Ring From Every Mountainside” But throughout the Civil Movement of the 1960's and well into the 21st Century, it would take more than 50 years for the feat of a successful Everest ascent to be achieved by Black South African climber Sibusiso Vilane on May 26, 2003. Three years later, Sophia Danenberg of Seattle, Washington, became the first Black American climber to reach the summit of Everest in 2006. In the time since, of the many thousands of people who have made it to the top, only six have been Black. And more than 15 years after that first ascent by Vilane, it is only now that a team of Black Americans have been assembled, trained and financed with the support of commercial sponsors and nonprofit donors to finally ascend as a community to the most prestigious mountain top on the planet. With the Full Circle Everest Expedition, the number of Black climbers to ascend to the summit has now more than doubled! The story behind this ground-breaking accomplishment is the culmination of the many decades of effort on the part of diversity, equity and inclusion advocates who recognize the importance of creating recreational spaces and opportunities that are welcoming and accessible to all people. To truly understand how we got to this particular moment in our history I believe it's necessary to take a close look into the lives of those individuals who are intimately a part of it. Among the seven climbers on the Full Circle Everest Expedition team who reached the summit is Demond "Dom" Mullins. I just happen to reach him in Nepal over the WhatsApp messaging platform while he was trekking through the Khumbu Valley. In the village of Phortse, a few weeks before the rest of his teammates arrived to begin their journey, I caught him during his dinner. In this very candid conversation Mullins shares not only his life and career as a climber but also his work to earn a doctorate in the field of sociology through the study of war and military conflict. We also discussed his time spent as a soldier in the U.S. Army. At the age of 19, he was called to serve in Iraq immediately after the events near his hometown of New York City on September 11, 2001. I'm James Edward Mills and you're listening to The Joy Trip Project. Demond "Dom" Mullins in Lulka, Nepal Through his aspirations to climb high mountains Demond Mullins has defined for himself a place in the world where he can express both pride and passion for his convictions. In the days that follow Dom and his fellow team members of the Full Circ...
Let's drive to Bellsburg, TN for the recording of a new tribute album - inside Rich Mullins' old house. ------ SHOW NOTES ------ * Host/Producer - Dave Trout * Guests: Connie Hawk, Chris Hoisington, & Andrew Greer * Kickstarter Presave & Campaign Link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/bellsburg/bellsburg-the-songs-of-rich-mullins/ * New Rich Mullins remembrance website - https://richmullins25.com * SPONSOR: Karin Simmons - https://is.gd/kspsalmssp * Summer of Vinyl Contest - https://utrmedia.org/winvinyl2022 (c) 2022 UTR Media. All Rights Reserved. A 501(c)(3) non-profit org - info at https://utrmedia.org
Episode 100! Marcus Edwardes speaks with Simon Mullins, Chief Facilitator at Executive Search Information Exchange (ESIX), the world's leading independent information source for corporate executive recruiting leaders.Simon has managed executive search from the outside at Korn/Ferry, and from the inside at Microsoft, where he led one of the most advanced internal executive recruiting functions as well as its largest experienced Staffing Group.He recently published a book on strategy, tactics, and tools for hiring organizations called Leadership Recruiting with co-author David Lord.Listen in as David shares his best practices for establishing a foolproof internal recruiting function and streamlining your process in order to get your team on the same page.He gives his take on minimizing subjectivity during the interview process and how best to go about painting the most vivid picture of your candidate by going beyond the actual interview—focusing the conversation on reference checks in particular.What You'll Learn in This Episode:● [03:12] The case for managing search activity● [09:21] How the internal recruiting landscape looks today● [12:32] What to expect as a member of ESIX● [19:16] Culture differences between internal and external recruiting● [24:05] What to avoid when building an internal function● [27:40] Standardizing your internal recruiting function● [30:24] Reducing subjectivity during the interview process● [35:14] Beyond the interview● [37:14] Considerations regarding reference checks● [47:25] About the recruiter's bizarre love triangle● [50:09] How a recruiter can position themselves as a trusted advisorKey quotes:● “Across the board, recruiting functions are now being built everywhere in the world.”● “A lot of senior leaders are now looking at talent as a key, critical business challenge. [...] Without the lifeblood, the organization cannot move forward.”● “It's not just about recruiting quickly. It's about thinking about the bigger and broader picture. It's about having all sorts of different leadership perspectives when we're having these conversations.”opzg8UWcZ4XrtSja4M7k
Episode 300!!! This week I'm celebrating the milestone by hanging out with three amazing dudes I met as a direct result of starting this project. Thomas Mullins, Phil Pinti, Paul Scheuring and I met back in 2018 at the Desert RATS stage race and have taken on many adventures since then. Truly meeting these three has been an absolute honor and I couldn't find anything more fitting to end "Season One" then diving deep on concepts of adventure and purpose with them! This episode is really a two parter: Part one- all three of us discuss what led us to long endurance events in the wilderness and how we've grown through them. Part two- Phil and I discuss where I'm going with the show and why I'm taking a three month break from new episodes (I will be putting out replays of some of my favorite ones throughout the summer though!!) Hope you all enjoy and thank you, thank you, THANK YOU for three hundred wonderful episodes!!!
Market researchers have been helping us figure out what folks think about our brand for years. If you can understand human behaviour, then you can sometimes predict consumer behaviour. Machine learning and Ai is now stepping in to help us.In this episode I'm talking to Angeley Mullins the CMO & CGO at Latana, an AI-Powered brand tracking solution. We're talking about tracking what folks think of your brand and how machine learning is helping us to understand the results.You can find Angeley on LinkedIn and Latana on their website. Also check them out on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Youtube. Can I quickly mention is that Not Another Marketing Podcast is totally ad free and I'd love it if you could give the pod a quick shout on social media and subscribe via your podcast app. Check out more episodes at jtid.co.uk/podcastsCan I also invite you to join my Facebook marketing group for news, tips & networking. It's called Not Another Facebook Marketing Group. Love to see you there.
You (our listeners) are in charge of the music, and we play your picks commercial break free. ------- TRACK LIST FOR EP.75 ------- * Oh Sweetest Name - John Van Deusen * Into the Harbor - Sandra McCracken * Love Light A Way - Mutemath * Everything and More - Citizens * Survive These Seas - Lovkn * The Gospel is Rest - Elias Dummer (ft. Land of Color) * It's Okay You're Not Okay - Copperlily * Spring: Wake - The Arcadian Wild * Brave - Eden Wilhelm * Broken Places - Jars of Clay * Mount Up - Mitch McVicker * Lighter from Here - Christa Wells -------- CREDITS --------- * Host/Producer - Dave Trout * Big thank you to all those who requested songs! * UTR's Summer of Vinyl contest - https://utrmedia.org/winvinyl2022 * Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (c) 2022 UTR Media. All Rights Reserved. A 501(c)(3) non-profit org - info at https://utrmedia.org
Hello gang! Singer-songwriter, Joel Mullins from Tammany Hall Machine and The Pons is my guest for episode 1162! His new solo album, the self-reflective, Mid-Life Crisis is out now and available wherever you stream or download your jams. He also released a 7" double side A single with the songs "Desperation Times" and "Mid-Life Crisis". Go to joelmullins.com for music merch and more. We have a great conversation about making Mid-Life Crisis on his own with drummer/bass player, Steve Sanders, dealing with depression after losing a good friend, his niece and his dog, quitting drinking, music as therapy, going to therapy and much more. This is a deep one, kids. I had a great time getting to know Joel. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down! For help navigating the Austin music scene and more go to austinmusicfoundation.org
Nick is joined by Racing Post senior writer Lee Mottershead to discuss the latest news and developments from around the racing world today. They begin with Punchestown, whose major festival begins today, and the almost absurd dominance both numerically and in quality of the Willie Mullins stable. A David to their Goliath, British trainer Alex Hales, joins the conversation to talk about his big Grade One hope today, Millers Bank. Nick and Lee also digest the latest news as regards this weekend's Classics, while Nick talks to ex-jockey and assistant trainer Sam Stronge, who brings news that he will be representing Harry Cobden and at least six other jumps jockeys as agent on the retirement of Dave Roberts. Willie Carson drops in from a long car journey to talk about his 2,000 Guineas success of 1989 on Nashwan, while this week's Weatherbys Bloodstock Guest is Alistair Gordon, yearling selector and client liaison for Bloodstock South Africa (BSA)ahead of this week's National Yearling Sale.
We discuss breaking news with censorship in big tech, the border, and more. Our guests are: Charlie Kirk, Heather Mullins, Oscar Ramirez, Todd Bensman, Auden Cabello, Darren Beattie Stay ahead of the censors - Join us warroom.org/join Aired On: 3/24/2022 Watch: On the Web: http://www.warroom.org On Podcast: http://warroom.ctcin.bio On TV: PlutoTV Channel 240, Dish Channel 219, Roku, Apple TV, FireTV or on https://AmericasVoice.news. #news #politics #realnews
We discuss breaking news with censorship in big tech, the border, and more. Our guests are: Charlie Kirk, Heather Mullins, Oscar Ramirez, Todd Bensman, Auden Cabello, Darren Beattie Stay ahead of the censors - Join us warroom.org/join Aired On: 3/24/2022 Watch: On the Web: http://www.warroom.org On Podcast: http://warroom.ctcin.bio On TV: PlutoTV Channel 240, Dish Channel 219, Roku, Apple TV, FireTV or on https://AmericasVoice.news. #news #politics #realnews