Father James Martin and director Shannon Post talk about their documentary “Building a Bridge” with Emmy Winner Charlotte Robinson host of OUTTAKE VOICES™ talks. The documentary named after the book by Father Martin “Building a Bridge” follows a priest on his mission to make the Catholic Church more accepting of our LGBTQ community despite loud opposition from both inside and outside the Church. The film tells the stories of people whose lives intersect in emotional and complicated ways with Father Martin's journey as a voice for acceptance within the Church and the conflict between conservative and liberal Catholics over LGBTQ issues including Pope Francis. One of the highlights of the film is when Father Martin talks about how horrified he was by Catholic leaders' silence in the wake of the Pulse Nightclub Massacre. He addresses this issue with a grieving Pulse mother Christine Leinonen whose son Dru was killed in the massacre. The film also follows Father Martin and the lives he has impacted including a family with three LGBTQ siblings and a college student trying to reconcile his gay and Catholic identities. Shannon co-directed and produced the film with Evan Mascagni a Catholic who was disenchanted by the Church but inspired by Father Martin's message of building a bridge between the Church and our LGBTQ community that also resonated with Shannon as a queer person. The film came to the attention of Martin Scorsese who served as Executive Producer of “Building a Bridge” which premiered at the 2021 Tribeca Film Festival. We talked to Father James and Shannon about what they hope to accomplish with this film and their spin on our LGBTQ issues. Father James Martin is a Jesuit priest, editor at large of America magazine, consultor to the Vatican's Dicastery for Communication and the author of many books including the New York Times bestsellers “Jesus: A Pilgrimage”, “The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything” and “Learning to Pray”. A graduate of the Wharton School of Business Father Martin worked in corporate America before entering the Jesuits. Currently he recently launched Outreach a new website designed to help LGBTQ Catholics, their families and friends with respect, compassion and sensitivity. For More Info… Shannon Post is a queer documentary filmmaker and is currently producing a documentary feature supported by The Redford Center. She co-founded the film production company Player Piano Productions which creates social impact documentary films. "Building a Bridge" is now available on Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vimeo and YouTube. The film will launch on AMC+ on June 21st and have its broadcast premiere on Sundance TV on June 26th. For More Info… LISTEN: 500+ LGBTQ Chats @OUTTAKE VOICES
If we leave out love in the learning piece, how can we expect kids to have a voluntary relationship with lifelong learning? Steve Farber sits with Glen Warren, the Literacies, Outreach, and Libraries Director at Encinitas Union School District. Glen points out how love is not just a sentiment; it's a discipline. If we focused on love first, we would have already built-in the beautiful support for emotional learning as part of the ecosystem. Emotional learning engages students, helping them develop rigor, relevance, and relationship in education. If you're passionate about cultivating a love of lifelong education in our students, tune in!Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here's How »Join the Love Is Just Damn Good Business community today:stevefarber.comSteve Farber LinkedInSteve Farber InstagramSteve Farber TwitterSteve Farber FacebookLove Is Just Damn Good Business YouTube
Pope Francis gave a brief and unexpected interview to James Martin, S.J., for Father Martin's new L.G.B.T.-focused publication, Outreach, a subsidiary of America Media. In the brief interview, the pope reminds L.G.B.T. Catholics that “God is Father and he does not disown any of his children” and gives advice to those who feel rejected by the church. Father Martin joins host Colleen Dulle on this bonus episode of “Inside the Vatican” to unpack the “mini-interview”, how he was able to interview the pope, and what message the interview sends about Pope Francis' approach to L.G.B.T. issues. “I think that as [Pope Francis] talks about God's style—closeness, compassion and tenderness—it's his style too,” Father Martin said. “He wants to reach [L.G.B.T. people]. He wants to talk to them. And I think, again, this is one of the little steps he takes to reach this community step by step.” Links from the show: Outreach: In brief letter, Pope Francis speaks to LGBTQ Catholics Outreach.faith Video: How Pope Francis is changing the Vatican's tone on LGBT people Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Steve Keeley, reporter for Fox29, returns to the Dom Giordano Program to tell of a fascinating story he's uncovered with SEPTA. Keeley reports that SEPTA is facing new questions after he uncovered that the organization hired a woman who previously pled guilty in a murder case for their new outreach program. First, Giordano and Keeley discuss the organization of SEPTA, with Giordano asking Keeley whether the Board actually does anything, or just uses their positions for politics. Then, Giordano asks Keeley about Erica Sanchez, the subject of his new investigation, with Keeley explaining that he remembered her murdering a man from his time reporting, explaining that SEPTA seemingly does not vet their candidates for their outreach programs. Keeley tells about his questioning of the SEPTA brass, and tells about SEPTA's program in-depth. (Photo by William Thomas Cain/Getty Images)
Coming up, we're discussing how affordable ways you can do media outreach for your haunt. You don't need a large budget, but you need a focus on building allies. It may seem early, but now is the time to lay the groundwork for our season. This episode features John Singh from J2 Communications. Show notes: https://www.haunt.news/affordable-haunt-media
When sales software company Outreach began back in 2014, there were three people making the amount of sales a team of 20 would. Today, they have 1,000 employees across the world and over 5,000 customers. We were joined by Co-Founder & CEO Manny Medina to discuss: Encouraging your employees to be high performers in and outside the organization Using feedback to understand what you're doing right and where you can improve The importance of prioritizing customer retention before expansion AWS: Get $5k in AWS Activate credits https://airtable.com/shrFijXunQBERPk03/tblfa6peyqQNYtttM/viwRbOD7yMAo5pEaN/recdwW4wogYw7aFcF With AWS Activate, startups get access to the resources they need to quickly get started on AWS - including credits, technical support, and training.
Rev. Dr. Mark Wood, Director of Witness & Outreach and Revitalization with LCMS National Mission, joins Andy and Sarah to talk about Every One His Witness, how the Every One His Witness website is helpful in additional learning about witnessing, the content is the in-depth context modules, and what is available for participants. All of this content will be available to everyone on May 23, 2022! Check LCMS and Every One His Witness Facebook pages, and find all the details at everyonehiswitness.org.
In this episode, the Rosh Yeshiva discusses outreach strategy. We hope you enjoy. Series Sponsored by: The Rothenberg Law Firm. The Injury Lawyers. With Offices in New York City, Philadelphia, Cherry Hill, NJ, Hackensack, NJ and Lakewood, NJ. For more information go to: InjuryLawyer.com or call Toll Free 1- 866-241-8248 ________ Yeshivas Ohr Somayach located in the heart of Jerusalem, is an educational institution for young Jewish English-speaking men. We have a range of classes and programs designed for the intellectually curious and academically inclined - for those with no background in Jewish learning to those who are proficient in Gemara and other original source material. To find the perfect program for you, please visit our website https://ohr.edu/study_in_israel or call our placement specialist at 1-254-981-0133 today! (Production by R' Zevi Kaufman@CedarMediaStudios Podcasting) For questions, feedback or for sponsorship opportunities, contact us at: email@example.com
Ms. Callahan practices in the areas of wills, estate planning, and probate.Erin is a native Texan. In 2007 Ms. Callahan was awarded her Bachelors in Science Degree in International Studies from Washington University in St. Louis. In 2011, she received her law degree from SMU Dedman School of Law. At SMU she received numerous accolades, served as the Student Bar President and the Women in Law President. Since graduation, she has primarily worked for insurance companies involving complex matters related to Nonprofits, Sports and Entertainment, and Oil and Gas. Not only is Erin an excellent attorney, but she is also a businesswoman who understands the complexities of running a company. She has held several Board of Director positions including Atlantic Housing Foundation, Dallas Women Lawyers Association, and currently, she serves as the Ms. JD Board Chair.Organizations & MembershipsErin is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the Houston Young Lawyers Association, Houston Association of Women Attorneys, National Association of Women Lawyers, and Ms. JD.In addition, Erin contributed to the ABA Best Practices for Combating Sex-Based Harassment in the Legal Profession. You can purchase a copy at the American Bar Association's E-Store.Honors & AchievementsMs. JD, ChairHouston Young Lawyers Association 2017-2018 Leadership Academy, GraduateSMU Dedman School of Law Student Bar Association, PresidentDAYL Foundation Scholarship for Dedication to Community Service and Outreach, RecipientLanguagesEnglish, Spanish (conversational), French (conversational).
Each of us are on our own unique life journey and for some of us we have yet to find the one to start a family with, so what do we do when society is constantly reminding us of our ticking biological clock and how do we approach the conversation of having kids when we are truly ready? For the past year, I have been a bit anxious when I think about my future and having children of my own inshallah. This anxiety stemmed from realizing that marriage may not be written for me at this very moment and my age is definitely not waiting on me to find the one. Like most, this is a very intimate conversation that I have been having within my circle of close girlfriends. Unfortunately, for some of us, we didn't learn much about fertility in our early 20s and fast forward to today, we are in our 30s and unsure of what next steps to take when it comes to the topic of having kids and what options we have in preserving our fertility. We are all asking ourselves the question: should I be worried about my biological clock?Thankfully, there have been notable technological advances when it comes to reproductive health care but what does that mean for us?In today's episode, I sit down with Koko Zuberi, she holds an impressive background in working with UN Women in the Partnerships and Outreach sector and someone who is graciously choosing to share her own personal experience with the egg freezing process. In this conversation, we share our thoughts on the pressures women face to start a family, how we truly feel being in our 30s and being unmarried, and what motivated Koko to make the decision of freezing her eggs?We stress the importance of paying our doctors a visit to get checked, regardless if we are ready to have kids or not and how does one have this super serious conversation with our potential partners - especially when they may be oblivious to our biological clock. And of course we can't forget our parents and what this means for them as well.Having conversations like this is vital, while some of us may have a strong support group, there are many others out there who may not have someone to turn to when discussing topics such as fertility - and so I hope this discussion sheds light on this, quote on quote, taboo topic.I also want to stress the fact that Koko and I are not medical professionals, nor are we scholars. Please consult with your trusted doctors and Islamic advisors if you are seriously thinking about egg freezing. Enjoy and follow the pod on Instagram:@unsweetenedandunfilteredFollow Koko Zuberi on Instagram:@heyitsmekoko
Pastor Harlo White delivers the message "Language of the Lighting Messengers, Part 1", originally delivered on December 2, 1984. Stand with Pastor Harlo White in supporting the Harlo White Healing Stream Podcast. Your donation helps keep this podcast reaching people all across the Earth. Ask God the Father what he would have you to do in giving to this ministry. You can visit our website at www.harlowhitehealingstream.com/giving to make a secure donation online. You can also mail your donation to: HARLO WHITE HEALING STREAM P.O. BOX 4695CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, 60680
Stephen Kuusisto directs BBI's Interdisciplinary Programs and Outreach initiative. A University Professor at Syracuse, he is the author of the memoirs Planet of the Blind (a New York Times “Notable Book of the Year”). A graduate of the Iowa Writer's Workshop and a Fulbright Scholar, he has taught at the University of Iowa, Hobart & William Smith Colleges, and The Ohio State University.We talk to Steve after years of friendship and discuss ableism, entrepreneurship, and poetry.
Most of the time, you need to engage multiple stakeholders to get a deal across the line, so relying on a single internal champion just isn't cutting it anymore. Solutions are growing in complexity and budgets continue to become more restrictive. Which means decisions are made unilaterally. This is especially true for enterprise deals. So, how do you identify the right stakeholders and their priorities in order to close more deals? Join us as we hear from Jamal and Andrew about: How to discover the priorities of each stakeholder in an enterprise deal How to tailor your demo conversations to the priorities of each stakeholder How to read 10-K reports and analyze quarterly analyst calls More information about Jamal Reimer and Andrew Mewborn and today's topics: LinkedIn Profile: Jamal - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamal-reimer/ LinkedIn Profile: Andrew - https://www.linkedin.com/in/amewborn/ Company Website: https://www.saleshacker.com/lp/multithread-enterprise-deals For more engaging sales conversations, follow The Sales Engagement Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, our website, or anywhere you get podcasts.
The need for Christ is great in Honduras! Stu sits down with Pastor and missionary Tim Setliff to discuss he and his wife's work in Honduras and his ministry, A New Kind of Dad, which addresses the growing problem of fatherlessness by teaching children about a new kind of father - their Heavenly Father - who will never forsake them.
Since 2020, USCIRF has recommended that India be designated a Country of Particular of Concern, or CPC, due to the Indian government's promotion of Hindu nationalism, and engagement and facilitation of systematic, ongoing, and egregious violations of religious freedom. The othering of those that are non-Hindu through the misuse of national and state-level legislation has turned India's diverse and pluralistic society into more of a hostile state for many religious communities, particularly Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Adivasis, and Dalits.Today USCIRF Commissioner Anurima Bhargava joins us to discuss the growing climate of intolerance toward non-Hindus in India.Read USCIRF's 2022 Annual Report Chapter on IndiaWith Contributions from: Dwight Bashir, Director of Outreach and Policy, USCIRFAnurima Bhargava, Commissioner, USCIRF Gabrielle Hasenstab, Communications Specialist, USCIRFNiala Mohammad, Senior Policy Analyst, USCIRF
Homeland Security Investigations' (HSI) Outreach Initiative – Cornerstone recently shared information about the rising level of organized retail crime (ORC) being perpetrated by transnational criminal organizations. This activity involves planned theft of retail goods for later sale through gray market channels. John and Elliot discuss the value of HSI outreach to the financial crime prevention community and some of the red flags for identifying ORC.
Most of us have had to take care of someone special in our lives. As we age, that responsibility can grow into one of a long-term caregiver. It can be a rewarding and loving experience, but frustrating and exhausting, too. Seniors NL are hosting an information session on Tues., May 10, called "Let's Talk About ... Family and Friends as Caregivers". Meg Vis is the Outreach & Information and Referral Services Assistant with Seniors NL.
The recent move by the Honduran Congress to repeal the 2013 law authorizing the Zones for Employment and Economic Development (Zonas de Empleo y Desarollo Económico, or ZEDEs) has wide-ranging consequences for the country's economic future. While the Zones have been heavily criticized by the Castro administration, eliminating them risks a complicated legal and political battle in no party's best interest. In this episode, Ryan C. Berg sits down with Matthew Rooney, Director of Outreach and Strategic Partnerships at the George W. Bush Center. Together, they discuss expectations for the ZEDE model and its impact on economic growth, as well as some of the obstacles the zones confront when it comes to political stability and change. They also discuss the implications of the vote by Congress for the ZEDEs, and investment in Honduras more broadly.
Every revenue team suffers a Sales Execution Gap — the ever-growing gap between an organization's potential revenue and the actual revenue it achieves. As the Sales Execution Gap expands, organizations miss more deals, waste more time, and lose more reps. How did we get here? How do we prevent the Sales Execution Gap? And, how do we close the Gap to execute at our full potential? In this episode, Scott Barker gives us some ways you can close the gap and solve this ever-growing issue in your business. To learn more about how Scott and the Outreach team can help, go to http://outreach.io
This week, Fr. Mattingly and Taylor Downey sit down with Jordyn Kukla as she shares how the Lord has pursued her heart over the last few years. Hear how Jordyn uncovered her feelings of unworthiness and the way it extended into her life. The promptings of the Lord and those around her pointed her towards a more accurate depiction of how God truly sees her. Jordyn shares the ways she worships the Lord daily and one thing she does to grow in humility that may surprise you! This episode is packed full of goodness and one you do not want to miss! Show Notes: - “Be Healed” by Bob Schuts - Maverick City Music - SPO (Saint Paul's Outreach)
Introductions hold incredible power in the world of fundraising. Pulling a good network together and getting to know new people takes effort and time. But you know what? It's a hundred percent worth it. You'll find out why in this episode, where Jason breaks down the importance of introductions - both cold and warm, and how it basically forms the backbone of early-stage fundraising. ----------If you're looking for more fundraising content, grab my weekly newsletter packed full of strategies and insights around how to raise money: fundedpod.com/newsletter
The life of Earl Nelson was dark and awful. His crimes were even worse. Murder. Mutilation. Necrophilia. Infanticide. I honestly can't recommend this episode. Photos and information about The Napa State Asylum (AKA Castle Dracul West) https://www.napavalleymarketplace.com/post/2018/12/28/napa-state-hospital-the-early-years Sources: The Winnipeg Police Museum: https://winnipegpolicemuseum.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/the-stangler.pdfMurderpedia: https://murderpedia.org/male.N/n/nelson-earle.htmPrimary sourced news coverage from the time of Nelson's killing spree: Specifically, scanned articles available through a membership at www.newspapers.com
Missional Monday: 5 Short-Timers Who Don't Really Help Church Attendance Join us Monday April 25th for great conversation on whats happening in the world of christianity and the local church as we discuss this great article Missional Monday: 5 Short-Timers Who Don't Really Help Church Attendance Short time The conversation starts at 7pm cst.... don't miss it!!!!!!! "Taking The Limits Off Radio", A non-traditional radio show with a vision to spread the Truth of God's Word; that inspires and encourages you to have a meaningful relationship with Christ, through biblical teaching and relevant information. A talk show that "breaks the chains off the norm" to promote a realistic conversation with God and his people. You can also watch the simulcast on Facebook Live on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/TTLORADIO/ Twitter @TTLORadio INSTAGRAM, follow us TTLORadio IHEARTRADIO, Download on ITUNES or SPOTIFY WE DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS TO THE MUSIC
What Agreement Hath God's Temple With Idols, Part 2, Pastor Harlo White delivers the message "What Agreement Hath God's Temple With Idols" Part 1, originally delivered on October 20, 1984. Stand with Pastor Harlo White in supporting the Harlo White Healing Stream Podcast. Your donation helps keep this podcast reaching people all across the Earth. Ask God the Father what he would have you to do in giving to this ministry. You can visit our website at www.harlowhitehealingstream.com/giving to make a secure donation online. You can also mail your donation to: HARLO WHITE HEALING STREAM P.O. BOX 4695CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, 60680.
Feras started in sales and fell in love with revenue operations after carrying a bag for years. He shares amazing insights on Revenue Operations best practices. The value of a sales focus being in RevOps Running rev ops with 20 employees vs 1,000 Understanding the revenue lifecycle Recognizing enterprise risk Tool familiarity cannot be the only hiring criteria The pitfalls of 3rd party full-time contractor Should RevOps have variable compensation What does an advisor even do
I participated in an FAAST DPE/CFI Outreach discussion with Alan Lopez on a Saturday morning and this is the audio from that discussion. We received positive feedback so I wanted to share it with you. Break it up into half hour chunks and take a listen. - PeteAs always, please leave a review on Apple Podcast if able.
In this episode, Bill and Bryan address the etheric notion of awareness in the sales process. When we are unaware of what is happening to us, we will respond in error. They discuss "awareness" from the aspect of “how to interact with prospects” and also, “how we interact with ourselves.” Be sure to save your spot for this week's LIVE RECORDING on May 4 “The Sales Execution Gap” with Scott Barker from Outreach! Go to http://advancedsellingpodcast.com/outreach to register now. ================================= The Insider program is open for enrollment. If you have not checked out our version of a small learning group go to http://advancedsellingpodcast.com/insider to join today! Do you have a question you want to be answered on the podcast? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll try to answer it on an upcoming episode! Looking for more sales training like this podcast? Download our FREE audio program, The Ultimate Pre-Game. http://ultimatepregame.com =================================
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When you're networking and connecting with people in the early stages of your business, it's easy to slip out of people's minds unless they have someone they can refer to you right now.It happens to all of us, even if we mean really well. When I was networking, I had so many lunches and coffees with people where I genuinely thought I was going to find someone for the insurance agent or real estate broker I'd just sat down with. Then two days later, back in my own world, I'd forget.So what do you do to stay on someone's mind?How do you continue to connect with people, learn more about them and what makes their business tick, and share more about yourself? Enter the killer outreach strategy.Tune into this episode to hear:How to turn asking for a referral into a really valuable offerWhy free webinars, workshops, and masterclasses still work How to use your list of one hundred for customized outreachLearn more about Pia: No BS Agency Owners Free Facebook GroupThe Show Your Business Who's Boss Crash Course Start reading the first chapter of my bookPiasilva.comResources:Duck Donuts