In this Urban Agriculture episode, dive into a new way of approaching change-making and sense-making with William Padilla-Brown - a certified permaculture designer, a citizen scientist, urban agriculturalist, a feature speaker in the film Fantastic Fungi and someone who I call a public professor of mycosymbiotics.Mycosymbiotics is what William calls biological aides for permaculture systems and we explore what this means for practical implementation and the philosophy behind it in this fascinating conversation. You can find his work at www.mycosymbiotics.com, join his newsletter for updates and check out MycoFest which he'll be attending in 2024.Support the showThis podcast is an initiative of the Permaculture Education Institute.Our way of sharing our love for this planet and for life, is by teaching permaculture teachers who are locally adapting this around the world - finding ways to apply the planet care ethics of earth care, people care and fair share. We host global conversations and learning communities on 6 continents. We teach permaculture teachers, host permaculture courses, host Our Permaculture Life YouTube, and offer free monthly film club and masterclass. We broadcast from a solar powered studio in the midst of a permaculture ecovillage food forest on beautiful Gubbi Gubbi country. I acknowledge this is and always will be Aboriginal land, pay my respects to elders past and present, and extend my respect to indigenous cultures and knowledge systems across the planet. You can also watch Sense-Making in a Changing World on youtube.SUBSCRIBE for notification of each new episode. Please leave us a 5 star REVIEW - it really it does help the bots find and myceliate this show.
En esta serie de sermones transformadores, hemos explorado la profunda belleza y poder de la Iglesia más allá de su estructura física o denominaciones. Desde entender la representación bíblica de la belleza de la Iglesia hasta sentir la adoración poderosa y discutir su misión, hemos viajado a través de temas profundamente arraigados en la familia global de Dios.Hoy, en medio de los inquietantes eventos globales, el enfoque se centra en "El Futuro de la Iglesia". Profundizando en el concepto a menudo mal entendido del Cielo, el sermón desafía mitos y conceptos erróneos convencionales. Perspectivas bíblicas aseguran una esperanza inquebrantable, innegable y segura para el futuro de la Iglesia. La narrativa desmantela estereotipos de una vida futura aburrida, enfatizando que el Cielo será una continuación vibrante y con propósito de los mejores aspectos de la vida.El mensaje inspira una reevaluación de nuestras luchas actuales, alineándolas con la promesa de un futuro celestial, fortaleciendo la esperanza y la alegría del creyente. Al explorar la visión bíblica del Cielo, descubrimos una motivación que transforma nuestra perspectiva sobre la vida, animándonos a vivir con un propósito eterno y emoción.
Publicado originalmente el 23 de marzo de 2022: En este episodio de #PodcastLaTrinchera, Christian Sobrino se sienta con Giancarlo González Ascar para discutir la aplicación 'Urbital' y su libro 'De la Intención a la Acción: Un Plan para la Digitalización de Puerto Rico.' Giancarlo es un emprendedor en el campo de las bienes raíces y en el mundo digital. También fungió como el CIO o Principal Ejecutivo de Innovación e Información del Gobierno de Puerto Rico bajo la administración del Gobernador García Padilla. Su próximo proyecto, Urbital, ofrecerá "una aplicación basada en datos de Puerto Rico que le presenta un precio aproximado de una propiedad en función de factores de mercado, económicos y demográficos." Su libro propone un plan para la digitalización de la infraestructura y el servicio público del Gobierno de Puerto Rico basado en sus experiencias y estudio de casos en y fuera de la Isla. Puede conocer más de Urbital en el siguiente enlace.Puede conocer más del libro 'De la Intención a la Acción: Un Plan para la Digitalización de Puerto Rico' y obtener una copia en el siguiente enlace. Por favor suscribirse a La Trinchera con Christian Sobrino en su plataforma favorita de podcasts y compartan este episodio con sus amistades.Para contactar a Christian Sobrino y #PodcastLaTrinchera, nada mejor que mediante las siguientes plataformas:Facebook: @PodcastLaTrincheraTwitter: @zobrinovichInstagram: zobrinovichThreads: @zobrinovichYouTube: @PodcastLaTrinchera"No se puede reconstruir un país adecuadamente si los líderes electos no entienden lo digital de la misma manera que comprenden la economía, la ideología o la propaganda. La buena gobernanza y bienestar de la sociedad están inextricablemente enlazado a la comprensión de lo digital." - Tom Steinberg
Fourth Thursday in November: Thanksgiving Day (U.S.A.) Optional Memorial; Liturgical Color: White Life is a gift replete with countless gifts It's 1542, and the Spanish Franciscan Juan de Padilla, a rugged ex-soldier, is trekking through the high, waving prairie grasses of the buffalo plains of North America at the head of a small band of explorers. Suddenly, an Indian war party of the Kansas people appears on the low horizon. The Spaniards scatter into the tall grasses for cover. But Father Padilla stays, slowly kneels in the moist soil, bows his head in prayer, and doesn't move an inch. The war party approaches, and as the Spaniards watch from afar, they stretch their bows and fill Father Padilla's torso with a volley of arrows. He is the first North American martyr. There are no dissenting Protestants anywhere in sight. It's 1570, and five Spanish Jesuits establish a mission, with chapel and school, to evangelize Indians in the future state of Virginia. In February of 1571, all the Jesuits are hacked to death with the very axes they had given to the Indians for chopping wood. A relief boat arriving a few months later finds Indians on the shore dressed in blood-stained cassocks. The English Potestant settlement of Jamestown is still thirty-six years in the future! It's April 30, 1598, in modern-day New Mexico. A Spanish explorer and a team of Franciscan priests erect a large cross and solemnly consecrate the vast land before them to Christ the King. The local Indians accept baptism and a large banquet is held, and is still held annually, to commemorate the event. The pilgrims who would one day land in Massachusetts are, in 1598, still in Europe. Throughout the American borderlands, in the Southwest, Florida, Georgia, Virginia, and Texas, hundreds of Spanish missionaries in the 1500s were traversing the deserts, swamps, forests, and plains of the future United States of America saying Mass, teaching the faith, and baptizing, long before a single boat loaded with pilgrims ever slowly floated into an East Coast harbor. The people of the future United States of America gave thanks in many and varied ways long before President Abraham Lincoln, in 1863, established the last Thursday of November “as a day of Thanksgiving and Praise to our beneficent Father who dwelleth in the Heavens.” North America's native tribes gave thanks in primitive ways common to all pre-modern societies. They honored the gods who formed the mountains like clay, who blew the winds across the prairies, and who caused the rain to fall. These Indians had their sacred dances, sacred dress, and sacred places where their holy men invoked the spirit gods equated with creation. These robust, but primitive, religious impulses lacked an equivalent moral dimension requiring respect for women, prisoners of war, children, or the unknown other. Christian missionaries brought a fuller, more complex religion which built a solid structure on the native culture's wide base of nature-based cosmologies. When dissenting Protestants disembarked in Massachusetts in 1620, they brought a deep belief in Jesus Christ and in His written word. After numerous settlers perished from disease, hardship, and starvation, they bonded with local Indians to offer thanks to God in 1621 for their tenuous survival. We need not live in desperate and difficult circumstances to fall to our knees in thanks to God for our life and all of its bounty. The intentional disciple must have a permanent attitude of gratitude if she finds it easy to believe when others struggle, if both of her parents were present as she grew up, if the children are healthy, if the job pays well, if the pain in the stomach was nothing at all, if the plane lands safely every time, if the bruised marriage heals, if there is always food at hand, gas in the car, a friend to call, or just one person who wonders where you've been the last few hours. There's a million reasons to be thankful and a million ways to express those million reasons. President Lincoln did not explain why he chose a Thursday as Thanksgiving Day, but perhaps the legacy of Catholicism influenced his decision. Jesus Christ instituted the Holy Eucharist, the ultimate act of Thanksgiving, on a Thursday evening—Holy Thursday. For the Catholic who goes to daily Mass, every day is Thanksgiving Day. God, creation is not just a forum for action but a gift to mankind, a place for men and women, alone created in Your image and likeness, to work out their salvation, to exercise their gifts, and to render due homage and thanks to You for life itself, the gift of all gifts.
Dr. Annette Padilla, PhD, MPH, sMBA currently works as an Associate at Interim Public Management, Chair, Grants Committee US Dept Health & Human Services, Family and Youth Services Bureau, and a Substitute Teacher Pre-School & K-12 at Mesa Public Schools.She is a drug problem prevention expert using policy and strategic planning to drive forward social justice.She is a Evaluator, Director, Leader, Federal, State, & Local Government Manager & Consultant, a Policy Scientist & Expert Strategic Planner. She conferred a Bachelor in health education then a Master of Public Health at San Diego State University. She got her PhD in Public Policy and Administration, Nonprofit Management and Leadership at Walden University.Join Our Email BlastFull Episode ShownotesConnect with guestFollow The Public Health Millennial on InstagramConnect with Omari on LinkedInChapters:@0:00 episode teaser@1:56 Dr. Annette Padilla, PhD, MPH, sMBA Introduction @3:54 How you identify and personal background@5:02 Drug Policy Expertise@8:00 Insights working with diverse students@11:25 Strategic Planning tips @14:34 What is public health?@16:40 Bachelors in Health Education at San Diego State@20:35 Experiences during undergrad @22:50 Undergrad takeaways @25:40 Master of Public Health at San Diego State University @30:18 Experiences during MPH@32:45 Advice for working with elected officials@33:18 MPH takeaways@35:00 Director at YMCA of Orange County@39:30 Program Coordinator/Student Prevention Coordinator at California State University @41:31 Grassroots Organizer LA County@43:05 Training and technical assistance consultant at IPS@45:51 Data management specialist at SDSU Foundation@49:16 Shifting to consulting work@52:31 PhD in public policy & administration & nonprofit management at Walden University@56:58 Experiences during PhD@58:40 Teaching Business and English overseas@1:04:10 Current roles @1:06:10 Future predictions@1:07:58 The Furious Five@1:12:53 Support The Public Health MillennialSupport the showThanks for tuning in. Let's all work together towards a culture of health, wellbeing, and equity for all. ⭐⭐ SUBSCRIBE & Leave a 5-STAR REVIEW! ⭐⭐ Follow & Support:- Contribute to the show (one-time or monthly)- The Public Health Millennial on IG - The Public Health Millennial on LinkedIn - The Public Health Millennial Website- Omari Richins, MPH on LinkedIn- Support on The Public Health Store
Analizamos la actualidad económica y política en La tertulia con Gonzalo Garnica, Consultor Empresarial, Javier Niederleytner, Profesor del IEB y con Antonio Díaz Morales, consejero independiente en empresas de Educación. También hablamos con Juan Fernández Aceytuno, consejero independiente y miembro de la Junta directiva del Círculo de Empresarios sobre los retos del nuevo ministerio de vivienda y con Padilla, Secretario Gral de COAG para valorar la continuidad de Planas en el Ministerio de Agricultura. Además Pablo García, director de DIVACONS- Alphavalue nos explica las principales referencias a tener en cuenta en la preapertura de los mercados financieros.
A equipe de pesquisa setorial do Rabobank Brasil lançou recentemente o relatório anual de Perspectivas, uma análise das expectativas para 2024 para todas as principais commodities do agronegócio brasileiro. Neste episódio, Marcela Marini, analista de pesquisa e análise setorial conversa com Andrés Padilla, sobre as tendências do mercado da soja para 2024.
Noticias Con Café 17/11/2023 La Parguera y la Asociación de Caseteros una vez más en el radar de Recursos Naturales. Esta vez quieren hacer actividad de Navidad en medio de la bahía sin pedir permisos. Gobernador insiste en campaña, que enfrentará a la Junta de Control Fiscal por reforma contributiva. Bernardo Márquez quiere desbancar a Deborah Soto Arroyo, del PNP en el Distrito de Toa Baja. ¡Sintoniza y Comparte! #periodismoindependiente #periodismodigital #puertorico #robertmujica #jenniffergonzalez #andresrodriguezelias
Invitados/as: Carlos Díaz Vélez, presidente del Colegio de Médicos y Cirujanos; Javier Jiménez, alcalde de San Sebastián; César Méndez, exalcalde de Río Grande; Iris Cardona, principal oficial médico del Departamento de Salud; Manolo Cidre, secretario del Departamento de Desarrollo Económico y Comercio (DDEC); Juan Carlos García Padilla, alcalde de Coamo; y Edgardo Cruz, preaspirante a la comisaría residente en Washington bajo el Movimiento Victoria Ciudadana (MVC). Para lo último en noticias, siguenos en Facebook, Instagram, Twitter y Threads @radioislatv. ¡Baja nuestra aplicación en el App Store o Google Play y sintoniza nuestra programación donde quieras!
Mariana: Co-founder and CEO of Kikrr, providing on-demand opportunities for cybersecurity practitioners to try new products Previously founded a digital marketing agency Started her career working as a teacher Check out the episode for our discussion on transitioning to a cybersecurity founder from teaching, building a two-sided marketplace, and monetizing sales teams as opposed to cybersecurity practitioners.https://kikrr.io/
In this episode, I sit down with my new friend Iesha Padilla. A local real estate agent in Boerne Texas. She shares her journey from California to Texas and her love for the military and America! Pull up a seat and grab a cup of coffee. Follow Me:InstagramFacebookLinkedInMortgage Questions?Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow Iesha:InstagramEmail: email@example.com
Cesar Padilla, stylist extraordinaire and clothing archivist, has helped dress Rihanna, Billie Eillish, cast members in Mad Men and Boardwalk Empire, Ryan Gosling and many more. He joins host Jeff Douglas to talk fashion, his punk style and working in the industry before he holds several talks in Halifax this weekend.
Ruth Padilla-DeBorst encourages us to be open to witnessing the Spirit and being transformed by the good news in unexpected ways. Ruth Padilla-DeBorst is Richard C. Oudersluys Associate Professor of World Christianity at Western Theological Seminary. Recorded at Fuller's All-Seminary Chapel on October 25, 2023.
From Reggaeton to helping the Mestizo church create cultural change. As an achiever, Emanuel Padilla shares how community has been a part of his social justice journey from the stage to churches, cities, and the academy. Emanuel is pursuing doctoral studies in theology and ethics working to recapture the history of colonization, reshape conceptions of identity, and inform the pursuit of justice. Emanuel's desire is to serve the Church through non-traditional educational ministries. He does this as founder and president of World Outspoken and co-host of The Mestizo Podcast. World Outspoken | @worldoutspoken Courses available at WOS @emanuelwos Renewing the City by Robert D. Lupton Travy Joe Elizabeth Conde Frazier In the Name of Jesus by Henri Nouwen We have an active Patreon community where you can access the full video interview and more resources. Support Chasing Justice || Patreon: patreon.com/ChasingJustice || PayPal: paypal.me/ChasingJustice || Donate: chasingjustice.com/donate
Unhealed trauma can affect your life in many ways. Our guest, Quinn Padilla, knows this both personally and professionally. Join Leah and Quinn in this episode of Finding Food and Fitness Freedom where Quinn shares her story about overcoming childhood trauma, assault and domestic violence/relationship abuse (TW). She has combined her personal experience with a strong clinical education to start her own business, Rella Wellness, where she helps her clients find healing after trauma. Quinn uses a variety of tools in her work such as EMDR, Brain spotting, EFT, IFS and talk therapy. She is resilient, brave and influential woman who we are so glad to know. To find Quinn head to: Instagram @itsquinnpadilla or head to her website: www.rellawellness.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/empoweredrx/message