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Reducing food waste is increasingly being recognized as an effective and non-controversial solution to reduce GHG emissions; ease pressure on land and water ecosystems used for food production; and alleviate global food insecurity. WWF's national Food Waste Warriors program has landed in Orlando, and aims to inspire local K-12 students to take the lead in developing a more circular food system. Speakers Alex Nichols-Vinueza, Manager of Food Waste Programs, WWF Alex supports the US Food Waste team's portfolio of projects at WWF, including work with the agricultural, grocery retail, hospitality and food service sectors. He is the team lead for the Food Waste Warrior program, which empowers students and teachers to learn about the food system by measuring and reducing their schools' food waste. He has recently helped to lead a coalition of environmental NGOs to develop a policy action plan for Congress and the Biden-Harris administration to reduce US food loss & waste by 50% by 2030. He previously spent 12 years in project and partner management across tech, government, and sustainability consulting in Colombia, the US, and Central America. Shannon Maganiezin, Press, PR & Podcast Director, VoLo Foundation Shannon is a world-class and seasoned climate communications professional. After bringing VoLo online through web and social media strategy, she led the creation of VoLo Climate News and is now host of Climate Correction Podcast. With a deep understanding of human psychology and detailed organization her work is cutting-edge, moving and effective. Shannon holds a Bachelor of Science dual degree in Psychology and Sociology from Palm Beach Atlantic University.
In this episode, Brian Auten and Chad Gross interview Christian philosopher Paul Gould about his book A Good and True Story: Eleven Clues to Understanding Our Universe and Your Place in It. 0:25 - Intro bits and pieces3:44 - Welcome to Paul Gould4:05 - Palm Beach Atlantic University and its apologetics programs 6:00 - Why is Paul's book formatted the way it is?9:18 - What is it about “story” that might be missing when we are doing apologetics?11:54 - Bridging the gap between world views with story15:36 - Meaning and story explaining our world19:10 - The origin of life a signpost for theism22:46 - How to tackle the “god of the gaps” objection 24:53 - The origin of mind (mind before matter)34:21 - Accounting for objective moral realities39:28 - How is happiness a signpost to God?42:26 - What is happiness, and will “God make you happy”?45:03 - Pain and the hypothesis of indifference vs. theism48:10 - Why can there be only one true religion?51:31 - Further ResourcesRESOURCES:A Good and True Story: Eleven Clues to Understanding Our Universe and Your Place in It. https://a315.co/3lm3mRQPaul Gould's website:www.paul-gould.comPaul Gould's podcast, the Eudo Podcast:https://a315.co/42m88PQPalm Beach Atlantic University Masters Programs:https://pbaschoolofministry.com/mastersphilosophyreligion================================We appreciate your feedback.If you're on TWITTER, you can follow Chad @TBapologetics.You can follow Brian @TheBrianAutenAnd of course, you can follow @Apologetics315If you have a question or comment for the podcast, record it and send it our way using www.speakpipe.com/Apologetics315 or you can email us at email@example.com
Professor Samuel Joeckel has been teaching a unit on racial justice at Palm Beach Atlantic University for twelve years. He has been a faculty member at the school for 20 years. All of that came to an abrupt end when administrators at the school fired him for teaching about racial justice. This is the first interview Professor Sam gave after his dismissal. We talk about his initial reactions to the news, how his students have responded, and what all of this is teaching him about God and faith. Please support Professor Sam by leaving him encouraging messages, by contributing to his financial support, and by sharing this interview with as many people as possible. Venmo: @SamJoeckel We put as much pressure as we can on the university so they can be held accountable for their cowardice. For more information on the situation see here: 1. Religion News Service- Professor Joeckel on why his contract, teachings on racial justice are ‘under review' 2. JemarTisby.Substack.com- They Fired Him Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe to this podcast. Keep up with my latest work at JemarTisby.Substack.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today's guest is Jonathan Rios.We go deep today talking about:How to get back on top as a great husband during seasons of chaos and negativityThe secret to what women want and need from their husbandsHow to take the lead in communicating your differences and disagreements with your wifeThe journey to becoming a formidable manWhy masculine validation and apprenticeship are vital parts of a good man's journeyThe forgiveness formula and how to let go of resentmentJonathan Rios is a former Division 1 athlete and military academy graduate. He holds a Bachelor's of Science in Psychology (VMI) and a Master's of Counseling Psychology from Palm Beach Atlantic University.For the past 18 years, he has worked in the mental health industry.He works extensively with addicts, performers, veterans, stay at home mothers, business professionals & spiritual seekers. Specialties include treatment of anxiety, panic disorders, phobias, addiction, & performance barriers. His practical & straight forward approach provides tangible results and skills that help individuals push through the inevitable challenges of life.He integrates advanced treatment methods, such as Cognitive Behavior Therapy, AEDP, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Somatic Experiencing, Mindfulness training, breathing training, & Meditation.Find Jonathan online at:Website: thriiv.coInstagram: @primalvirtues---Welcome to the Dad.Work Podcast, where men are forged into elite husbands and fathers by learning what it takes to become harder to kill, easier to love, and equipped to lead.Get ready to start building the only legacy that truly matters - your family.Resources, Links, Show Notes:https://dad.work/podcast/Follow Dad.Work:https://instagram.com/dadwork.curt/https://www.linkedin.com/in/curtstorring/https://twitter.com/CurtStorringHOW TO BECOME AN ELITE MAN, HUSBAND, AND FATHER: FREE TRAINING:https://dad.work/training/
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In today's episode, I want to answer some listener questions, and follow up on my recent dialogue with William Lane Craig on God, time, and creation. I've been getting a lot of questions sent into the website, and Rodney and I are struggling to keep up. Soon I will be getting some summer interns from Palm Beach Atlantic University to help me out, so stay tuned for some exciting announcements about that. Credits Host: R.T. Mullins (PhD, University of St Andrews) is a lecturer and researcher at the University of Lucerne. Music by Rockandmetal_domination – Raising-questions. rtmullins.com Support the Show: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=66431474 https://ko-fi.com/rtmullins
Started with Navy-Tactical STRIKE at Little Creek-Virginia Beach, VA in September 2020. Prior to STRIKE, Morris worked with the Miami Marlins Organization from March 2019-September 2020. He additionally was a volunteer asst/consultant with the organization during the 2018 season. Prior to joining the Marlins, Kyle was with the Florida Panthers during the 2017-18 and 2018-19 seasons as the assistant strength & conditioning coach. With the Panthers, he headed up all sports performance testing. Before the Panthers, Morris was at IMG Academy from May 2015-September 2017. He worked primarily with both professional/academy track & field, football, and baseball. Additionally he worked with the NFL Combine prep. Prior to IMG, Morris was an intern at LSU working with football and baseball. He has had additional internship or assistant roles at Wofford College, St. Louis Cardinals, Florida Panthers (2013-14), Florida International Univ, IMG Academy (2012), Salisbury University, Norfolk Admirals (AHL), Hampton University, and Old Dominion University. Kyle received his master's in Sports Medicine from Nova Southeastern University in 2014 where he was a GA. He received his bachelor's in psychology from Palm Beach Atlantic University in 2011.
The Reluctant Theologian Podcast
In today's episode, I have Thomas Jay Oord back on. We are looking at St Augustine's view of divine love. Tom argues that his own kenotic view of God's love is better than Augustine's. Credits Host: R.T. Mullins (PhD, University of St Andrews) is a visiting professor of philosophy at Palm Beach Atlantic University and the University of Lucerne. Guest: Thomas Jay Oord (PhD, Claremont University) is the director of the Center for Open and Relational Theology. Music by Rockandmetal_domination – Raising-questions. rtmullins.com Support the Show: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=66431474 https://ko-fi.com/rtmullins
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In today's episode I have professor Kate Finley from Hope College. We cover all sorts of things today. We are going to talk about the problem of evil. We are going to talk about mental disorders. And we are going to talk about finding meaning in life. Credits Host: R.T. Mullins (PhD, University of St Andrews) is a visiting professor of philosophy at Palm Beach Atlantic University and the University of Lucerne. Guest: Kate Finley (PhD, University of Notre Dame) is an assistant professor of philosophy at Hope College. Music by Rockandmetal_domination – Raising-questions. rtmullins.com Support the Show: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=66431474 https://ko-fi.com/rtmullins
Join Thomas Scott, CEO of Home Run Franchises as he chats with Daniel Clap.They both just returned from the Titus Center for Franchising at Palm Beach Atlantic University where they attended a 2 day Franchise Sales Bootcamp.This was a industry insider event full of marque speakers and uber-valuable content for anyone in franchise development!Some of our takeaways;1. Personal Branding for franchise sales and franchise lead generation - something new to the franchise recruitment space2. Changes in the franchise broker space that might make it harder for existing or new franchisors to use the broker channels to find new buyers3. Younger buyers changing the way franchise sales processes work4. Conversational marketing - its changing rapidly! Buyers DON'T WANT TO TALK TO YOU ON THE PHONE!Listen in!
Filter: Biblical Clarity in a Confusing World
On today's episode, I'm glad to welcome Paul Gould. Paul and I discussed his latest book A Good and True Story: Eleven Clues to Understanding Our Universe and Your Place In It. He shares with us how we all inhabit a story and that within the story we inhabit there are signs that point us to the meaning of our story. Paul walks us through the implications of the various stories we might believe about our lives and the signs that point us to the good and true story. Paul M. Gould (PhD, Purdue University) is associate professor of philosophy and director of the philosophy of religion master's program at Palm Beach Atlantic University in West Palm Beach, Florida. He is the founder and president of the Two Tasks Institute, an apologetics institute and podcast, and is on the faculty of Summit Ministries and the Colson Center Fellows Program. Gould is the author of eleven books, including The Story of the Cosmos and the award-winning Cultural Apologetics. He is also the co-author of Philosophy: A Christion Introduction and Stand Firm: Apologetics and the Brilliance of the Gospel. Gould is a popular guest on national radio programs and podcasts as well as a sought-after speaker on apologetics and philosophy. Check out the full show notes for this episode: www.aaronshamp.com/podcast/paul-gould SUPPORT THIS PODCAST: https://www.aaronshamp.com/support –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Track: Perseverance — Land of Fire [Audio Library Release] Music provided by Audio Library Plus –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/filterpodcast/message
Randy is a world renowned expert on several theological and historical subjects related to the New Testament. In this conversation, we talk about misreading the Bible through western eyes (the title of one of his books) and letter writing and carrying in the ancient world as it applies to the question of Phoebe who might have carried and interpreted Paul's lengthy letter to the Roman church (Rom 16:1-2). Randy is the Research Professor of New Testament at Palm Beach Atlantic University, having recently stepped down from being Provost after sixteen years in administration. He has been teaching since 1986, originally at a state university and then abroad at an Indonesian seminary. Upon returning to the States, he served at two Christian universities before joining Palm Beach Atlantic University in 2006. His wife Stacia has joyfully accompanied him from jungles of Indonesia to rice fields in Arkansas to beaches in South Florida and now recently to the plains of Wisconsin. Randy has authored, co-authored or edited nearly a dozen books, from technical books on Greco-Roman papyri to popular books with over 100,000 copies sold.
The Reluctant Theologian Podcast
I recorded this episode a year ago, but I have been sitting on it. I have been hesitant to release this episode because it expresses raw emotions and a little bit of explicit language. It is an episode responding to listener questions about struggles with faith and doubt. I have decided to release it because I think that your questions about how to deal with doubt are important. Does the providential God care about you? How should you think about God's providence? Stick around for some terrible advice from yours truly. Credits Host: R.T. Mullins (PhD, University of St Andrews) is a visiting professor of philosophy at the University of Lucerne and Palm Beach Atlantic University. Music by Rockandmetal_domination – Raising-questions. rtmullins.com Support the Show: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=66431474 https://ko-fi.com/rtmullins
Cross Examined Official Podcast
Does Christianity hold the most satisfying answers to life's BIGGEST questions? Questions like... What is the MEANING OF LIFE? What is TRUE HAPPINESS? What is BEAUTY? What is LOVE? WHO AM I? That's exactly what philosopher and apologist, Paul Gould, explores in his new book--A Good and True Story: Eleven Clues to Understanding Our Universe and Your Place in It. Specially written for unbelievers and skeptics of the Christian faith, A Good and True Story is accessible, conversational, full of stories + illustrations, and takes the reader on a grand expedition in search of the cosmic narrative that best explains the human experience of the world. In today's podcast episode, Paul joins Frank to discuss a few of the eleven "clues" that suggest Christianity is not only true but satisfies our deepest longings. They explore topics such as the universe, morality, beauty, happiness, flourishing, love, religion, and much more! To view the entire VIDEO PODCAST, be sure to join our CrossExamined private community. It's the perfect place to jump into some great discussions with like-minded Christians while simultaneously providing financial support for our ministry. Our team members all work remotely, this allows us to allocate 100% of your donations to ministry work and 0% to buildings! Paul's book: https://a.co/d/ciRnOYr Paul's website: https://www.paul-gould.com/ Palm Beach Atlantic University: https://www.pba.edu/directory/gould-paul.html If you would like to submit a question to be answered on the show, please email your question to Hello@Crossexamined.org. Subscribe on Apple Podcast: http://bit.ly/CrossExamined_Podcast Rate and review! Thanks!!! Subscribe on Google Play: https://cutt.ly/0E2eua9 Subscribe on Spotify: http://bit.ly/CrossExaminedOfficial_Podcast Subscribe on Stitcher: http://bit.ly/CE_Podcast_Stitcher
Our guest this week on Apologetics Profile, Christian philosopher Dr. Paul Gould, sits down with us to provide the True and Good Story of why the laws of the universe exist in the first place and why there is order, unity, harmony, and beauty at the heart of modern science's quest for a theory of everything. Paul wrote his latest book, A Good and True Story, with the atheist and skeptic in mind. Instead of an amalgam of dry, philosophical syllogisms and isolated factoids, Paul weaves together a compelling story of clues that point us all toward the greatest Story ever told. .Paul M. Gould is an associate professor of philosophy of religion and director of the M.A. Philosophy of Religion program at Palm Beach Atlantic University. Gould earned his doctorate in philosophy from Purdue University. He is the author or editor of ten scholarly and popular-level books including Cultural Apologetics, Philosophy: A Christian Introduction, and The Story of the Cosmos. He has been a visiting scholar at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School's Henry Center, working on the intersection of science and faith, and is the founder and president of the Two Tasks Institute. He is a widely sought-after speaker in apologetics and philosophy. He speaks regularly at universities, churches and ministries around the country, including Summit Ministries, the C.S. Lewis Institute and the Evangelical Philosophical Society's annual apologetics conference. He is married to Ethel and has four children.Related Links: Free access to some related Watchman Profiles: Watchman Fellowship 4-page Profile on Carl Sagan's Cosmos by Daniel Ray: watchman.org/CosmosTV Watchman Fellowship 4-page Profile on Atheism by Dr. Robert M. Bowman: watchman.org/Atheism Watchman Fellowship 4-page Profile on Agnosticism by W. Russell Crawford: watchman.org/Agnostic Watchman Fellowship 4-page Profile on Scientism by Dr. Luke Barnes and Daniel Ray: watchman.org/Scientism Additional ResourcesFREE: We are also offering a subscription to our 4-page bimonthly Profiles here: www.watchman.org/Free.PROFILE NOTEBOOK: Order the complete collection of Watchman Fellowship Profiles (over 600 pages -- from Astrology to Zen Buddhism) in either printed or PDF formats here: watchman.org/notebook. SUPPORT: Help us create more content like this. Make a tax-deductible donation here: www.watchman.org/give.Apologetics Profile is a ministry of Watchman Fellowship For more information, visit www.watchman.org © Watchman Fellowship, Inc.
Who is Mary? How can we relate to her this Christmas season? Dr. Marina Hofman is a Bible and theology professor at Palm Beach Atlantic University. Today on Connections, Dr. Hofman shares with us how we can relate to Mary in more ways than we think.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Men need community and brotherhood Stephen Mansfield is a best-selling author, speaker, a podcaster, and a leadership expert and coach. He's the author of Mansfield's Book of Manly Men, Building Your Brand of Brothers, Men on Fire and more. https://youtu.be/3jPzog9gzQc https://open.spotify.com/show/2QmqLwvb2z6qMbRVuibLbF?si=80cc54350f6b4883 Affirm Science USE MANLIHOOD AT CHECKOUT FOR 10% OFF | https://affirmscience.com/ These words are the lifeblood of Stephen Mansfield's work and the reason why this New York Times bestselling author, entrepreneur, and popular speaker is often to be found serving vital social causes. For example, in recent years Stephen has been captured by the cause of the Kurds. It has led him to write a book about the Iraqi Kurds, give a TEDx talk about “The Most Famous Unknown People in the World,” and to issue an international call for the creation of a Kurdish homeland. Stephen is also deeply concerned about the current state of manhood. To help reverse the downward trend of modern masculinity, he has written leading books on the subject, has appeared in major media, has spoken at conferences around the world, and has launched the GreatMan movement to train men in the art of noble manhood. “You have a destiny, but your destiny is fulfilled by investing in the destinies of others.” -Stephen Mansfield While managing his busy writing and speaking life, he founded a company that helps prominent figures and top organizations produce high-quality books. He began training leaders, often appearing at conferences around the world. He also began coaching leaders to speak well, something he has done with politicians, leading artists, bestselling authors, and at major universities. In May 2021, Stephen was named a Senior Fellow of Public Leadership at Palm Beach Atlantic University where he teaches and coaches current and future leaders. Stephen and his beloved wife, Beverly, split their time between Nashville, Tennessee, and Washington, D.C. More from Stephen Mansfield Official Website | http://stephenmansfield.tv GreatMan Podcast | http://greatman.tv Stephen Mansfield on Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/MansfieldWrites Stephen Mansfield on Instagram | https://instagram.com/mansfieldwrites/ Stephen Mansfield on Twitter | https://twitter.com/MansfieldWrites --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/manlihood/message
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Today I have a lighthearted episode for you. Ema Sani and I consider a bunch of fun and silly listener questions about God, the holidays, heavy metal, fast food, Christmas music, and more. Credits Host: R.T. Mullins (PhD, University of St Andrews) is a visiting professor of philosophy at the University of Lucerne and Palm Beach Atlantic University. Guest: Ema Sani (PhD, University of Glasgow). Music by Rockandmetal_domination – Raising-questions. rtmullins.com Support the Show: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=66431474 https://ko-fi.com/rtmullins
On the next two episodes of Apologetics Profile we sit down with Christian philosopher, avid outdoorsman, and father, Dr. Paul Gould to talk about his latest book A Good and True Story. It is an apologetic work written in the prose of story and narrative, written with unbelievers and skeptics in mind. Paul translates the philosophical and scientific arguments into an inviting and compelling story - a great book to share with your atheist or skeptic friends or family members. .Paul M. Gould is an associate professor of philosophy of religion and director of the M.A. Philosophy of Religion program at Palm Beach Atlantic University. Gould earned his doctorate in philosophy from Purdue University. He is the author or editor of ten scholarly and popular-level books including Cultural Apologetics, Philosophy: A Christian Introduction, and The Story of the Cosmos. He has been a visiting scholar at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School's Henry Center, working on the intersection of science and faith, and is the founder and president of the Two Tasks Institute. He is a widely sought-after speaker in apologetics and philosophy. He speaks regularly at universities, churches and ministries around the country, including Summit Ministries, the C.S. Lewis Institute and the Evangelical Philosophical Society's annual apologetics conference. He is married to Ethel and has four children.Related Links: Free access to some related Watchman Profiles: Watchman Fellowship 4-page Profile on Carl Sagan's Cosmos by Daniel Ray: watchman.org/CosmosTV Watchman Fellowship 4-page Profile on Atheism by Dr. Robert M. Bowman: watchman.org/Atheism Watchman Fellowship 4-page Profile on Agnosticism by W. Russell Crawford: watchman.org/Agnostic Watchman Fellowship 4-page Profile on Scientism by Dr. Luke Barnes and Daniel Ray: watchman.org/Scientism Additional ResourcesFREE: We are also offering a subscription to our 4-page bimonthly Profiles here: www.watchman.org/Free.PROFILE NOTEBOOK: Order the complete collection of Watchman Fellowship Profiles (over 600 pages -- from Astrology to Zen Buddhism) in either printed or PDF formats here: watchman.org/notebook. SUPPORT: Help us create more content like this. Make a tax-deductible donation here: www.watchman.org/give.Apologetics Profile is a ministry of Watchman Fellowship For more information, visit www.watchman.org © Watchman Fellowship, Inc.
Coffeehouse Questions with Ryan Pauly
"The deep longing of the human heart is for a story that is both true and satisfying." But how can we know which story is true? Does the religious or non-religious story better line up with reality? Dr. Paul Goul looks at 11 clues to understand the universe at our place in it and encourages you to adopt a different posture toward the question of God. Dr. Paul Gould is associate professor of philosophy and director of the philosophy of religion master's program at Palm Beach Atlantic University. He is the founder and president of the Two Tasks Institute, an apologetics institute and podcast, and a sought-after speaker. Gould has written numerous books, including "The Story of the Cosmos" and the award-winning "Cultural Apologetics."
Start your day with a devotional from Blackaby Ministries International about God's invitations! Surely the Lord GOD does nothing, Unless He reveals His secret to His servants the prophets. Amos 3:7 In addition, Dr. Marina Hofman joins the conversation on Dawn and Steve in the Morning to share her powerful story of trauma, redemption, and restoration. Dr. Hofman has written the small group Bible study Women in the Bible. Dr. Hofman (PhD) is an award-winning author and scholar, a professor at Palm Beach Atlantic University, and a frequent media guest providing biblical perspectives of current issues, women's issues, and parenting. She is an advocate for freedom and inspires audiences to find courage by highlighting examples of women in the Bible. Marina is a homeschool mom of a 3-year-old, a survivor of a life-threatening trauma, and a champion for women. Marina engages readers with fresh insights and a positive, encouraging, and life-giving perspective. As a survivor of life-threatening trauma, Marina is passionate about sharing her incredible testimony of God's redemption and the healing and the hope she has in Christ.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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How do you overcome anxiety, depression, and traumatic times to recapture wonder and joy in the rush to Christmas? Dr. Marina Hofman, author and Bible professor at Palm Beach Atlantic University, examines this question based on trauma experienced in her own life and through the life of Mary, the mother of Jesus. This Christmas is there a way to find a surplus of joy so we can uplift others, especially children out of melancholy, fear, and hopelessness. CLICK HERE to learn more and order a copy of her small group bible study.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 110:Repost episode with therapist Suely Rivera who talks about how to navigate boundaries during the holidays with family. Suely Rivera is a licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Certified Life Coach, the owner and lead therapist of In Bloom Counseling and Wellness, LLC. She holds a Masters in Science in Counseling Psychology from Palm Beach Atlantic University. Connect with Suely:https://www.instagram.com/@bloomwithsue/www.inbloomcounseling.orgset an appointment or text Suely 321-465-2271Support the showSubscribe to Beauty Marks podcast and leave a review. Follow me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/elizabethsabby/For questions, comments or collaborations please email: firstname.lastname@example.org Our website visit www.beautymarkspodcast.com
Sean Davis is the founder and managing director of Merton Capital Partners, an adjunct professor at Palm Beach Atlantic University, and the Author of "Solving the Giving Pledge Bottleneck." Merton Capital Partners develops innovative investment strategies to unlock philanthropy's potential by incentivizing corporations to generate large-scale good in their core businesses. What the heck is the link between philanthropy and water? That may be very obscure if you're like me before meeting Sean. Yet you'll see that it will make a lot of sense in just twenty minutes. I've often discussed with brilliant minds on that microphone how people without safe water or cities without wastewater treatment made little economic sense. We've talked about wrong pockets issues and highlighted all the reasons why we thought something could be done. Yet, I was long seeking the spark that could ignite the revolution, and I fear that I'm not the only one. In their "Worth of Water" book, Gary White and Matt Damon say nothing else: they have a proven path to scale to solve the water challenges within two decades, but they lack the seed money to get the ball rolling. Sure, we could all wait for states to walk the talk. But if we're still discussing SDG 6 or aging infrastructure at the end of 2022 in pessimistic or alarming terms, it's probably a sign that we should not have too high hopes from that path. So what's left? Tears and sighs? Well, that's where the new path Sean introduces today brings a bright new hope. Philanthropic money doesn't have to be spent at a loss - and there are significant pockets of investments that look for the right vehicles. This is how in a minute, we'll discuss evergreen investment strategies, blended capital, helping philanthropists to get the highest bang for their buck, and much more. My conversation with Sean made me think of many new ways to connect the Water dots, so I'm pretty sure it might do the same for you! If that's the case, spread the word and share that episode with your friends, colleagues, or LinkedIn network. And if you want me to dive deeper into the topic, I'd be honestly delighted to, now that I've got a bit more knowledge thanks to Sean's book (the link to it is in the show notes, check it out!) Come tell me on LinkedIn, remember to share that episode, and I'll meet you on the other side! How to Actively Invest Philanthropy and Save the (Water) World?
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The Southern Baptists seem to be completely obsessed with Thomas Aquinas these days. Of all the dead theologians that one could flock towards, the Baptists are all about the Dumb Ox right now. But what exactly is this Reformed Thomism? Does Reformed Thomism offer a biblical view of salvation? In today's episode, I've got Owen Strachan on to answer these questions and more! Credits Host: R.T. Mullins (PhD, University of St Andrews) is a visiting professor of philosophy at Palm Beach Atlantic University. Guest: Owen Strachan (PhD, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) is the provost and research professor of theology at Grace Bible Theological Seminary. Music by Rockandmetal_domination – Raising-questions. rtmullins.com Support the Show: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=66431474 https://ko-fi.com/rtmullins
Dr. Marina Hofman is a professor at Palm Beach Atlantic, author of an award-winning book, Women In the Bible, and she navigates today's challenging times as a leader with strength, character, and courage. In today's podcast, Marina shares her miracle message of survival and overcoming debilitating anxieties into a life of serving God. ***** Kimberly Hobbs Welcome to Empowering Lives with [urpose. And I'm your host, Kimberly Hobbs. I'm the founder of Women World Leaders. And today I'm so blessed to have our guest with us Dr. Marina Hoffman. Welcome, Marina. Dr. Marina Hoffman Oh, Kimberly, it's so great to be with you today and our friends around the world listening and being encouraged in the Lord. Kimberly Hobbs Amen. Amen. We're in for a wonderful day, a wonderful afternoon and can't wait to talk to you and let the ladies get to know you further and hear about your story. So ladies, this podcast is for you. And we are here to encourage you and inspire you to walk closer with Jesus. That's what we're all about it women world leaders is just a closer walk with our Savior and King. And there are so many ways just to encourage and strengthen the body of Christ together. And one of them is by sharing our stories and our personal accounts of what we've been through our walks. And many of us have had tumultuous walks, some of us have had a little bit easier walks, but when we share them and share how God moved in our life, through our walks, and storms and trials, and sometimes blessings and wonderful ways to we just see how God moves. And some of us can relate to each other and therefore be encouraged, inspired, have hope. And that's our purpose. So that's what we want to bring to you today. So God is working in you ladies giving you the desire and the power to do what pleases Him. That's Philippians 213. And we just believe that each of us have a purpose. And God is going to lead you to that purpose because he's given you gifts and talents and the power to do what he's equip you to do and his name. So let me tell you a little bit about Dr. Marina Hoffman. She has her PhD and she's a professor at Palm Beach Atlantic University. She is the author of the award winning book, women in the Bible. And we'll talk about more about that later in the podcast. But it's a small group Bible study that she's put together and in beautiful Marina thank you for doing God's work in that way. Marina illuminates the leadership, strength and character and courage of women in the Bible to bring an inspirational message of hope and encouragement to all of us who must navigate today's challenges and uncertain times, right? Because we are all walking through some uncertain times in this world. And today's message is a story is a powerful story. It's a god miracle in marinas life. And we titled this today trust because I asked Marina, what is that word that you can equate to your story and she said trust. So it's trust and from suffering to surrender. So Marina, as we start in to your story, you survived. You are a survivor. So can you tell us and share about what God's miracle was in your life through what happened? In this story you're about to share? Dr. Marina Hoffman Yes, you know, Kimberly, before it happened, things were going quite well in my life. I had been in school for forever. I finally graduated in September, I got in at Christmas time. I got a job over January. So I was very excited to start work in the fall. And just things were so filled with hope. And I thought, wow, I've spent my whole life in school. Finally, I'm getting out. And I can do something to honor God and to serve others. Well, would you believe we're coming home from a trip up north in the middle of February, and very suddenly, out of nowhere, the car coming toward us? His head drops, and the car plows right toward us. And the setting Kimberley is the word driving about 65 miles an hour. He's driving 60 miles an hour, and the highway is under construction. So it narrows down to one lane and there was nothing Kimberly but a few inches between us. So there was really no options. Everything happened in a split second. And Kimberly I would love to share that my life paths before me but it didn't. I simply thought Oh, I'm dead and I thought that was the end of my story. Thankfully, my husband is a much quicker thinker than I am He responded marvelously. He controlled the car as best he could. And Kimberly when he felt that All was about to fail that he would have no chance of survival. He thought at least he can do his best to save my life. So very kindly, very sacrificially. He throws his body across the, the middle of the car and leans over me and protects me from all the airbags with my own body. And you know, Kimberly, that simple act of sacrifice started off an avalanche of miracles in our lives. So in this car crash, our engine ends up getting pushed into the driver's seat where he should have been, and no one knew how he survived. Three or four days later, the detective comes and says, Sir, I can't put unexplained miracle in my report. How are you alive? And so Larry begins to unravel the story of throwing his body against me and breaking his own rib doing it because if seatbelt was still on, and how his body really wasn't fully in his seat, and that saved his life, although he had many injuries, and for me, the seatbelt gave me four lacerations. So I was you know, Bile is pouring out of my system, I'm about to die. If I had had those airbags Kimberli in a heartbeat, I would have gone on to life with Jesus in eternity. But my husband's body took all the airbags, I also had a very significant brain injury. So it was very close to you know, being a vegetable I couldn't talk I had no memories, I still suffer a bit with those implications. But my husband put my his hand on my head. And I believe Kimberly, that that really prevented me from getting any worse injury, which also could have led to my death. So here I was alive. Um, God just brought, you know, retired firefighter, empty worker EMT workers running around the car to save me to hold me in my place. So I didn't move. I get to the hospital I near dead, and the nurses doing their job. They wanted to pull me through all these tests, and that would have taken two or three hours. Again, Kimberly, another miracle through the life of the surgeon that comes to check on me and says, No, this this girl has minutes to live. We're opening her up right now. And she knew that maybe God spoke to her. She said it was just unexplainable. How she came to check on me out of order, and canceled all the tests opened me up, found all my injuries closed me up. And that was Kimberly, life saving. But I will also share with our friends today that I had a long road ahead of me with severe PTSD, severe anxiety. You know, we've shared before how the beautiful verse have no anxiety, right? We have nothing to fear in the Lord. And yet Kimberly, I feared every single thing all the time, I was shaking around the clock with fear and anxiety after all the trauma that this created in me and my brain being a mess. So I had a long road of recovery. But God was with me every step of the way. Kimberly Hobbs Amen. He sure was and just seeing that and what gave me goosebumps when we were talking. We had the privilege to have dinner last night together and we're gonna see each other again tomorrow but I'm just hearing more of this miraculous story and you were sharing how when when you were impacted you were forced to stay in your seat and the paramedic that just happened to be in one car that jumped out and then the firefighter like if you would have gotten out of that car the doctor said you would not be alive if you stood up you would have bled out and that would have been it you would have been done and so these miracles I can just blows my mind how God had everything step by step by step plant and ordained to make sure that you were okay. And I we just thank God for that. But yes, you did. You had suffered day to day about the overcoming anxiety and the the debilitating fear that you are constantly feeling like PTSD. And so the Bible tells us to be anxious for nothing. But in everything with prayer and thanksgiving. let your requests be known to God. That's Philippians four, six. Ladies, when you're suffering from fear and anxieties, God wants us to let our prayers and petitions be known to him because he's there to listen. But he says also with thankfulness. So you had a heart of thankfulness. Can you talk right now about overcoming the anxiety and fear in your day to day? Dr. Marina Hoffman You know, there are so many tips that professionals give us Kimberly and I think there's a place for them all. They were very helpful to me all kinds of techniques that helped me to live to start to live on the path of a normal life and to at least begin to take care of myself again, which itself was a major accomplishment just to get out of bed in the morning seemed impossible with through all that, and alongside all the things that we can do, to help ourselves as human beings, really my anchor was Christ. And I know the only reason I could get up in the morning was because I knew that Jesus Christ had a plan for my life. And I could not see it. And Kimberly, I did not feel it. I did not feel my faith in those weeks. Initially, I didn't even feel my faith really in the hospital and ICU, I thought I was all by myself, I felt utterly alone. I didn't know if my husband was alive. And none of that was true. I was surrounded by family. And they told me over and over, my husband was alive. But in my world, Kimberly, I was so utterly alone. And yet, despite the feelings of feeling isolated as a human, I knew God was with me. And Paul talks about, you know, to live as Christ. And that's my testimony. I remember very little, but I remember hour after hour laying in the bed saying, I know that right now, the power of Jesus Christ is literally pumping through my body in my house. Yes. And it was not the feeling that God had a plan for my life, but the knowledge of it. So I've been a Christian forever. I, you know, from the age of three, I was aware of the Lord, and wanted to commit my life to Him. And all those years of drilling those verses in me on some deep level, Kimberly, I really feel God used that to help me to keep going. Kimberly Hobbs Yes, yes, God says in His Word, and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus. And that's what you had you had that peace of God, even though yes, you're in the flesh, you experience we all experience these things that we have to go through fears and anxieties and things like that, but but the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, right, it guarded your heart through that time, and it carried you through. So as God led you into, deeper into your life, there was one thing you were told when that surgery was performed, and all of this, and that was that you wouldn't have children, you know, you're impacted so severely Can you talk about that? Dr. Marina Hoffman Yeah, the chance of having a child was more or less zero. And of all the things that happened to me, I knew God somehow the way God's Kingdom works is that suffering is never in vain. And we see that in story after story of Scripture. So I knew somehow God would use all my suffering, for His glory, whatever that meant for me. But one thing I could not accept was that someone falls asleep at the wheel. And suddenly, I can't have a family and I can't be a mom. And I just felt that that was so unjust. It was very hard to walk every day I prayed and prayed and prayed in this reality. But there was a point when I was at the doctor, and they showed me this the results of all these tests, and it was way less than, you know, 1%. It was 0.000. And I thought in that moment, you know what, it's no longer about me trying and what I had for dinner last night. And if I did a whole mile of walking or not, I can be as healthy as I can, Kimberly, but this was so major. This was in God's territory. And you know, I had prayed so hard, Kimberly. But in that moment, I felt the burden lifted off me, even the burden of prayer. And I remember on the way home, I said, God, I have prayed so much, I'm actually going to stop praying, I'm just going to leave it with you. And I'm going to leave it with a few of my close friends that promise to continue to pray every day for me. But Kimberly, I couldn't keep living my life, in a sense, obsessing over prayer for this. So I was able to trust God. And you know, there's a verse in Hannah where this happens. she bakes God for a child. And then it says, she got up she ate and drank. And her face was no longer downcast. And that spoke to me so much. I said, that's what I need to do. I need to start living life, and not where the burden of this on my face anymore. And of course, you know, in the way God works, sometimes, sure enough, in a couple of months, I did get pregnant. Kimberly Hobbs Amen, amen. And I know that Hannah was just a so closely related to your story. And so that became special to you. And even as you wrote about women in the Bible, and you turned it into a Bible study, you know, that was somebody that really stood out to you and wow, God performed miracles in your life miracle upon miracle. So now, let's talk about the miracle that God performed with Willow. Dr. Marina Hoffman You know, there was so much prayer from my own heart and my husband and my Family But dear friends as well. And I think sometimes God does something really special in those circumstances. And she isn't an ordinary child. And again, um, what an answer to my prayer like Hannah, I believe she's already becoming a leader among others. And you know, Kimberly, she has been an instrument of joy and healing to so many people. And that's even when she was a little, she would say the things that would just pierce people's heart. And I remember one time a dear friend of mine who lost his daughter at 19, he was broken, he couldn't bear with his family to have Christmas up in Canada and their home. So they came down here just to change things and help them through. I remember he held her for two hours, and she slept. And he near wept. Kimberly, there was something he said about the power of healing that touched us very hard just holding her. And that has marked her whole life as well. So sometimes out of our suffering, are come something more beautiful than we could ever have imagined. And for me, as a mom, it is never a day goes by where I take her for granted. Every night, I tell a little story of how I prayed and prayed and prayed. And one day God answered my prayer, and wow, I was pregnant. And it was a girl and we call her Willow. And I say that every night and I remind my own heart, this thing that I prayed for so much, and I suffered so much with to be attuned to what God has to do in my life as a mother and to make sure that my suffering will always have a purpose. And I think that's a beautiful reminder in our lives, Kimberly, the things that we suffered with and through the trials we had, God wants to use for His glory. But I think we also have a role in continuing to be humble, and allow God to use that even if it means opening up and sharing our stories of hurt and suffering with others to bring them healing, as we testify of God's faithfulness. Kimberly Hobbs Amen. Amen. And there, there are so many stories of pain in purpose, and that God teaches us through those times he he starts to equip us to go forward into the future with these amazing testimonies. And how would we do that? How would we be able to testify to others unless we walked in those steps, you know, and we suffered through it. And now we have these tremendous stories of faith and perseverance, strength, you know, honoring God, no matter what. And I praise God for your story. I praise him that you are testifying and sharing that. And Revelation 1211 says, they overcame him the enemy, he wants to take us all out, he wants to destroy our life. He he wants nothing more than to conquer somebody that is destined for a life of following Jesus. But revelation 1211 says they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb, Jesus Christ, and the word of their testimony. So Marina, as you go out into the world, and you continue to share these miracles upon miracles, and the tragedy you went through is horrible, and the suffering you and your husband endured. But the faith that you had the mustard seed faith, brought you to have this precious little girl, and I met Willow and she is beautiful. And she does melt your heart, and says the most amazing things. And I know that she is going to be part of your serving as she grows in your family. And can you tell us about women in the Bible? Because you were talking about the there were certain women in the Bible that stood out to you? And I know Hannah was one of them. But how are you inspired to write this book and turn it into a Bible study? Dr. Marina Hoffman Yes, so until this acts, and I had been studying women of the Bible academically as a scholar, and publishing articles, and it was lovely. But you know, these stories, took on a whole new meaning after my brain injury. And all this trauma I went through when I read them again, simply for personal encouragement, I felt so lonely, Kimberly, I needed someone to walk alongside me. And I didn't know where to turn. So I opened up my Bible to some of the stories that I had studied academically. And of course, as your listeners will know, I mean, the story of Hannah, she became my friend. She understood my sorrow because she had walked through, and she exemplified what it means to be faithful in the various situations I faced. And I found many women like this had gone through things just like we're going through today. It's incredible, isn't it 1000s of years ago, but we say we face the same challenges, and especially in the last few years, with the change we've undergone and culture and society. These are hard times, and what beautiful friendship and encouragement I found in women of the Bible. And as I spoke to women about it All of them kept asking me to write it down. And so that ended up in the devotional, the small group study women in the Bible. And on my website, there's a free video series where I share really how these women impacted me personally. And that video series is free women in the Bible dot info. And if the for the women who want to dive into these stories and say, what are they really about? What did these woman's struggle for? What Can God speak to me through their lives and their examples? This is a wonderful little book, you can go through it alone, eight studies, or I always say Kimberly, with a friend, because we all need friends, Kimberly Hobbs That's for sure. Oh, my goodness, I that just like brings joy to my heart, women in the Bible. Because, you know, we all hear about, you know, the top two or three, you know, but there are so many significant women in the Bible that had amazing purpose in their life, and God chose to put them in his word for a purpose. So what you've done Marina by drawing, you know those stories out and unpacking them in a Bible study form is just so special. And I just thank you, I thank you for not balling up in a in, balling up in a ball, curling up in a ball. And just wallowing in your fear and your anxiety. No, you, you walked forward by faith and what you knew and God led you, and then you fulfill this amazing purpose and started writing for him. And I know you you teach at a Christian college at Palm Beach Atlantic, I know you are raising a daughter with such just beauty in the Lord Jesus Christ and how you pour into her. Can you just look at the women that are here on this podcast and speak directly to their heart. And give them something from your heart today that can inspire them to walk in their beautiful purpose, to run after God with all their heart, despite those moments that they're curled up in a ball in their bed, just crying out to God, you know, like, how do they get out of that ball and just go running after God like you did? Dr. Marina Hoffman You know, there's a time for us to be quiet before the Lord and to just heal and to be one with God and to shut out the world to the point where sometimes we need to silence everything around us to hear from the Lord. But then I think Kimberly, and friends who are listening today as God begins to work in your life, and as Kimberly shared today, there is power when we share our testimony. And to begin with that might be just a few words. But as we begin to share our testimony more and more, and to share the faithfulness God has shown us as we walked through the valley of the shadow of death, and as we struggled, something incredible is released within us. I will say one practical example. You know, I was lonely for two years, you can imagine what two years right, we're all cut off from each other. I was so lonely that it hurt me, not just my heart, but my body was hurting with loneliness. And finally, Kimberly, I was so desperate, I began just to tell people that I'm so lonely. And you know what happened? Friends, I found community because there was all kinds of wonderful women around me who were lonely too. And I boldly invited them to come to my house, which was not the thing to do during those days, you know what they showed up. So even showing the little bit of way that I was suffering, and showing God's faithfulness to me opened up my heart for more healing from God, because I was able to expose my heart and say, Lord, heal me. And the Lord spoke such words of life to me, even from the women I will share with, but I also gained friendships. And you know, I think that happens when we open up our heart to others, to share our sorrows, and to share God's faithfulness, what happens, they open up their hearts back to us, and of course, being wise about who we share with but there are wonderful women of God all around us. And I think it's a worthy prayer to say, Lord, show me who they are. build me up that we can bless each other and grow in you together. Kimberly Hobbs So beautifully said so beautifully said. Community is so important. Friendships are so important and the correct ones those that love the Lord, surround yourself with those people that are going to lift you up before God that are going to pray over you that are going to speak life into you and not death and that woe is me talk but they are going to lift you up in Jesus and those are the friends that you want. And I'm so thankful that God brought community at a time where you were so just desperate for love and connection and you were just like suffocating because you didn't have it, and God provided those that he knew or not afraid and still reached out to you during that time. So I just thank him for that. I'm thankful that you and I got to meet Marina and that we were able to become friends and this just short amount of time. But when you have abandoned Christ, so deep and you're, you're just connected because of him. Things like this just happened so quickly. And ladies, that's for you to go out, go outside of your doors and reach out there are so many people out there that just want to connect with you that God is going to allow into your paths for his greater purpose, trust Him for it, and ask him for it. So I just want to thank you, Marina for sharing with us today. And how can women reach you if they want to reach out to you if they want to get your book? How can they reach you? Dr. Marina Hoffman Yes, please visit womenintheBible.info and you'll see my free video series, my email address, if you want to connect my testimony, if you want to share with others, and lots of resources to encourage you, I would love to hear from you. And you can get the first chapter for free as well. Or you could buy the book. It's like I think $13 on Amazon here in the US, but it's distributed internationally. So that's womenintheBible.info. Kimberly Hobbs That's wonderful. That's wonderful. So thank you for sharing that. Thank you for being a guest today on empowering lives with purpose and also look for Marina more because we are connected here at women, we're leaders and we're just excited to see what God has in these future friendships that are made through this amazing ministry. So ladies, I just want to leave you with the scripture that God tells us to call on me when you're in trouble, and I will receive you and you will give me glory. Oh my goodness, when we call on him, he he just encompasses us with His love, right? And he turns us around and we're going to glorify Him by trusting Him. He is amazing that Psalm 50 Verse five. So ladies, as we close out today, just know that God loves you so much. He has a purpose for your life, a plan for your life, even when things may look dark and dreary. Please don't let the enemy lie to you. God has a plan for you. From his heart to yours. We are women, world leaders all content is copyrighted and cannot be used without expressed written consent. Thou bless you Marina thank you again for sharing today. Dr. Marina Hoffman Thank you so much. And ladies, just embrace the love of God today. And whatever you're suffering you know, surrender to the Lord and I'm praying that you find community as well as you're willing to share God's faithfulness with others. Kimberly Hobbs Amen. Amen. We prayed over you today ladies before we even started this podcast. Marina and I and my husband we pray before every podcast and and also you were prayed for today and we will close praying for you too. So God bless you all have a beautiful day.
The Reluctant Theologian Podcast
I was recently hanging out in Florida at the Palm Beach Atlantic apologetics conference. I got to meet some amazing people like my new colleagues and students. It was a great time. In today's episode, I want to give you a taste of what I presented in Florida. I will address 3 objections to the coherence of theism. Can God create an unmovable stone? Can God perform a sinful action? Can a timeless God know what is happening right now? Credits Host: R.T. Mullins (PhD, University of St Andrews) is a visiting professor of philosophy at Palm Beach Atlantic University. Music by Rockandmetal_domination – Raising-questions. rtmullins.com Support the Show: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=66431474 https://ko-fi.com/rtmullins
How can Christians navigate their desire for money while not compromising their zeal for the LORD? What's the biggest financial error you've seen people make in your extensive experience/career? What advice would you give us to cultivate a good financial health - saving, spending, borrowing, etc? Dr. Cora Barnhart - Associate professor at Palm Beach Atlantic University stops by to answer all these questions on this special WORD TOUR inspired episode. You don't want to miss listening to this. Like what you hear? Consider sharing this with a friend or on your Social Media platforms.
“The God of the Old Testament is arguably the most unpleasant character in all fiction,” wrote the atheist Richard Dawkins. He went on to describe God as “jealous and proud of it; a petty, unjust, unforgiving control-freak; a vindictive, bloodthirsty ethnic cleanser; a misogynistic, homophobic, racist, infanticidal, genocidal, filicidal, pestilential, megalomaniacal, sadomasochistic, capriciously malevolent bully.” Dawkins, who is frequently wrong but never in doubt, isn't the only person to perceive problems with God in the Old Testament. The second-century heretic Marcion was so struck by the difference between the Old Testament and New Testament that he believed they taught about different gods altogether. He went on to delete the Old Testament from the biblical canon, along with any New Testament book he perceived as being too friendly with the Old Testament. So, how do we reconcile the portrayals of God in the two testaments of Christian Scripture? That's the question I pose to Paul Copan in this episode of the Influence Podcast. I'm George P. Wood, executive editor of Influence magazine and your host. Paul Copan is the Pledger Family Chair of Philosophy and Ethics at Palm Beach Atlantic University in West Palm Beach, Florida. He is the author of numerous books dealing with questions in philosophy, ethics, and apologetics. His most recent book is, Is God a Vindictive Bully? published by Baker Academic. ----- This episode of the Influence Podcast is brought to you by My Healthy Church, distributors of Bible Engagement Project. Bible Engagement Project gives churches access to a library of kids curriculum and small group resources all in one subscription. Visit BibleEngagementProject.com to download sample lessons.
The DTALKS Podcast - Detoxing from Life
HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!! In this super spooky episode of the podcast we welcome back actor Rebekah Kennedy to discuss her latest role, Masha, in the film 'Two Witches'. It's definitely a super spooky film and worth your time this Halloween season. Enjoy! About Rebekah Kennedy Rebekah Kennedy, born in Texas, began acting on the stage. Rebekah spent all of her time doing theatre and it wasn't until after she received her B.A. in Musical Theatre from Palm Beach Atlantic University, did she truly discover the screen. When 2010 hit, it quickly showed it would be a promising year. Soon came an amazing opportunity when Rebekah booked a lead role as 15-year-old Hanna in the feature, "House Hunting" with Marc Singer and Art LaFleur and then went on to play 14-year-old Caroline Boutine in the feature, "Creature," starring Mehcad Brooks and Serinda Swan. Then came another wonderful opportunity when she booked a supporting role in the feature, "Season of the Witch" with Nicolas Cage. In 2011, Rebekah made her television debut on the TNT show, "Memphis Beat." She also had a guest star role in the long running TV show "Criminal Minds" on CBS in 2016, the lead guest star Esther Labott in The Book of Esther on "Law & Order SVU" on NBC in 2018, and as the crazy drug addict Melly Wyatt in "Station 19" on ABC. Rebekah first hit the big screen when she played the young Peasant Turk Girl in "Season of the Witch" with Nicolas Cage and Ron Perlman, which landed in theaters January 7, 2011, "Creature" which opened on September 9, 2011, and then as one of the leads in the horror film "Bastard" with After Dark Films and Fox Home Entertainment which opened October 16, 2015, and "A Dark Foe" with Graham Greene and Selma Blair. Rebekah is also heavily involved with reaching out to the homeless and has done work with the Covenant House in Los Angeles and goBE. About Two Witches With its super-saturated color palette, tenebrous art design and electrifying soundtrack, Two Witches presents two truly terrifying conjoined tales of witchery, paranoia and terror that hark back to the gory thrills of classic Euro horrors such as Suspiria, Shock and The Beyond. Expectant young mother Sarah is convinced she has been given the evil eye from a mysterious blank-eyed old hag while she is dining with her bullish and insensitive partner Simon. When the couple go to visit his new-agey friends Dustin and Melissa, dark forces are unleashed after an ill-advised attempt at consulting a Ouija board to allay her fears. Meanwhile, tensions grow between grad school student Rachel and her new roommate Masha after a violent incident involving a man that the strange and impulsive young woman has brought home. First-time feature director Pierre Tsigaridis, who also shot, edited and contributed to the film's soundtrack, singles himself out as one to watch in a deft and unnerving depiction of unspeakable evil that truly delivers. Make sure to check out the NEW Dtalkspodcast.com website! Thanks to Empire Toys for this episode of the podcast! Nostalgia is something everyone loves and Empire Toys in Keller Texas is on nostalgia overload. With toys and action figures from the 70's, 80's, 90's, and today, Empire Toys is a one-stop-shop for a trip down memory lane and a chance to reclaim what was once yours (but likely sold at a garage sale) Check out Empire Toys on Facebook, Instagram, or at TheEmpireToys.com The DTALKS Podcast has also been ranked #9 in the "Top 40 Detox Podcast You Must Follow in 2020" according to Feedspot.com for our work in the Cultural Detox space. Thank you so much to the Feedspot team! https://blog.feedspot.com/detox_podcasts/
The Reluctant Theologian Podcast
When times are tough, where do you place your hope? Where do you place your trust that all things will be made well in the end? Do you place your assurance in God? Well, that probably depends on what you think God is like. In today's episode, I want to explore the classical doctrine of immutability, or the claim that God cannot change. I want to ask if immutability is necessary in order for God to be trustworthy in His promises. Credits Host: R.T. Mullins (PhD, University of St Andrews) is a visiting professor of philosophy at Palm Beach Atlantic University. Music by Rockandmetal_domination – Raising-questions. rtmullins.com Support the Show: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=66431474 https://ko-fi.com/rtmullins
The Reluctant Theologian Podcast
What exactly is the relationship between the mind and the brain? Can scientifically studying spiritual experiences give us any insight into the mind/body problem? If we look at near death experiences, mediums, and reincarnation will we see evidence that the mind is more than the brain? Or will considering spiritual experiences make me look like a crazy person? In order to figure this out I decided to have a chat with a psychiatrist named Alexander Moreira-Almeida. Credits Host: R.T. Mullins (PhD, University of St Andrews) is a visiting professor of philosophy at Palm Beach Atlantic University. Guest: Alexander Moreira-Almeida (PhD, Federal University of Juiz de Fora; MD, University of Sao Paulo) is an associate professor of psychiatry at Federal University of Juiz de Fora. Music by Rockandmetal_domination – Raising-questions. rtmullins.com Support the Show: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=66431474 https://ko-fi.com/rtmullins
Practicing with Purpose: For Lawyers Only
Dr. Henry Webb is the Assistant Dean for International Business Programs at Palm Beach Atlantic University. He practiced environmental law for three years in Seattle, WA before he got an MBA. After that, he moved to Ho Chi Min City to teach Business Law at an Australian university. Henry has organized study abroad programs for American students in Vietnam, as well as for Vietnamese students in America. He taught as a visiting professor for several universities in Vietnam and for one university in Hungary. This December, he's taking 22 students from my university on a two-week study abroad trip in Vietnam, and in June 2023 I am taking a group of students on another study abroad trip in Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam. During the Fall 2023 semester, he will be teaching on a Fulbright grant at a law school in Bhutan. In this episode, we discuss: - Contemplating the longevity of working 60 hours a week and deciding to move on from the big firm associate life. - Facing the albatross of student loan repayment. - Realizing passions can extend outside of what they taught you in school. - Moving abroad and teaching international law. Please let me know your thoughts! Connect with Dr. Henry Webb: Faculty bio: https://www.pba.edu/directory/webb-henry.html Connect with Cindy Watson: Wesbite: https://watsonlabourlaw.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/womenonpurposecommunity/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/WomenOnPurpose1 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/womenonpurposecoaching/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCHOGOsk0bkijtwq8aRrtdA?view_as=subscriber Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
My guest is Dr. Paul Copan, a noted defender of the faith and professor of philosophy at Palm Beach Atlantic University. Paul has authored over a dozen books on apologetics, as well as edited and contributed to many more. He is with me today to discuss this vitally important topic of, in the words of Peter, “giving a reason for the hope within.” (I Peter 3:15) In this podcast we discuss: What is “apologetics”? How Paul got interested in studying apologetics Why it is important all Christian students understand apologetics Understanding Christianity as a “knowledge tradition” rather than just a “belief tradition” Why speaking in terms of “world views” requires atheists to also defend their beliefs Some examples of how non-Christians and Christians have been helped by apologetics Biblical passages that seem to say faith is important, not reason “The problem of evil”--a common objection requiring a response (and a response) The role of the Holy Spirit in apologetics The most important apologetic topics to understand today Old Testament ethical challenges like God possibly commanding genocide Responding to challenges to the biblical view of sexuality The importance of a proper understanding of faith and science How to begin studying apologetics Tips for having good apologetic conversations ”with gentleness and respect” Resources mentioned during our conversation: Paul Copan's website www.PaulCopan.com Paul Copan, True For You But Not For Me: Overcoming Objections to Christian Faith _________, Is God a Moral Monster? Making Sense of the Old Testament God _________, Is God a Vindictive Bully? Reconciling Portraits of God in the Old and New Testaments ________, That's Just Your Interpretation: Responding to Skeptics Who Challenge Your Faith ________, How Do You Know You're Not Wrong? Responding to Objections That Leave Christians Speechless ________, When God Goes to Starbucks: A Guide to Everyday Apologetics Paul Copan, et al., eds., Dictionary of Christianity and Science: The Definitive Reference for the Intersection of Christian Faith and Contemporary Science _________, Three Views on Christianity and Science _________, The Apologetics Study Bible Paul Copan, Paul Gould, et al., The Worldview Bulletin newsletter Paul Gould, Cultural Apologetics: Renewing the Christian Voice, Conscience, and Imagination in a Disenchanted World Jana Harmon, Side B Stories: Atheist conversion to Christianity podcast Ruth Tucker, Walking Away From Faith: Unraveling the Mystery of Belief and Unbelief William Lane Craig's Reasonable Faith website Palm Beach Atlantic University: Bachelor of Arts in Apologetics and Master of Arts in Philosophy of Religion Reasonable Faith campus ministry
The Reluctant Theologian Podcast
Last spring, Anastasia Scrutton asked me to come to the University of Leeds to record some episodes. She was hosting a workshop on mental health and theology. Today's episode is the first recording from that workshop. Today, I have Jose Eduardo Porcher on to talk about epistemic injustice, psychosis, and religious experience. Credits Host: R.T. Mullins (PhD, University of St Andrews) is a visiting professor of philosophy at Palm Beach Atlantic University. Guest: Jose Eduardo Porcher (PhD, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul) is a researcher at Universidade Federal de Santa Maria. Music by Rockandmetal_domination – Raising-questions. rtmullins.com Support the Show: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=66431474 https://ko-fi.com/rtmullins
REI Rookies Podcast (Real Estate Investing Rookies)
Karl Krauskopf got his start in real estate flipping houses. His business has always focused on acquiring and renovating significantly under market value properties in areas experiencing tremendous market appreciation. As Karl diversified and scaled his business, real estate development was the natural next step, and is now the primary focus of Auroras Investment Group. Located in Seattle, Washington, Auroras is a new light in real estate investing with a focus in multifamily developments such as townhomes and apartment buildings. The company is dedicated to providing a foundation for better living, built upon their five core values: respect, diligence, transparency, obsession, and creativity. Before real estate, Karl obtained his MBA from Palm Beach Atlantic University. He left a position of 10 years (to pursue real estate investment full-time) where he led the strategic planning and business development for a $100M business services healthcare company. We chat about: Finding and pursuing your passion Active vs Passive investing, which is right for you? Investing in real estate through townhome construction and value add apartments as a limited partner Managing development in a market where commodity prices are volatile Leveraging strategic communication to land more deals in a competitive market Connect with Karl Krauskopf! Website: https://www.aurorasinvestmentgroup.com/reimastermind (https://www.aurorasinvestmentgroup.com/reimastermind) LIKE • SHARE • JOIN • REVIEW http://reimastermind.net/ (Website) https://reimastermindnetwork.locals.com/ (Join the REI Mastermind Network on Locals!) https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/rei-mastermind-network-real-estate-investing-strategies/id1227366661 (Apple Podcasts) https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cDovL3JlaXJvb2tpZXMubGlic3luLmNvbS9yc3M (Google Podcasts) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_6OpKSfSGvgGDG1qtBQw9Q (YouTube) https://open.spotify.com/show/4P66jm0Q4PMl7OoZzHMUUZ (Spotify) https://www.stitcher.com/show/rei-rookies (Stitcher) https://www.deezer.com/us/show/2148782 (Deezer) https://www.facebook.com/REIMastermindNet (Facebook) https://twitter.com/rei_mastermind (Twitter) https://www.instagram.com/reimastermindnet/ (Instagram) SUPPORT THE SHOW! Self Managing Your Rental Properties? https://app.rentredi.com/signUp/JCH191 (Get 6 months of RentRedi for $1! Click this link!) https://www.patreon.com/reimastermind (Get Exclusive Content on Patreon! • https://www.patreon.com/reimastermind) https://bit.ly/reiappsumo (Get $10 and Reduce Your Business Costs by Shopping at AppSumo • https://bit.ly/reiappsumo) https://drop.com/?referer=3DC729 (Get $10 Towards Your First Purchase at Drop • https://drop.com/?referer=3DC729) "You can invest 10,000 hours and become an expert or learn from those who have already made that investment." - Jack
REI Rookies Podcast (Real Estate Investing Rookies)
Karl Krauskopf got his start in real estate flipping houses. His business has always focused on acquiring and renovating significantly under market value properties in areas experiencing tremendous market appreciation. As Karl diversified and scaled his business, real estate development was the natural next step, and is now the primary focus of Auroras Investment Group. Located in Seattle, Washington, Auroras is a new light in real estate investing with a focus in multifamily developments such as townhomes and apartment buildings. The company is dedicated to providing a foundation for better living, built upon their five core values: respect, diligence, transparency, obsession, and creativity. Before real estate, Karl obtained his MBA from Palm Beach Atlantic University. He left a position of 10 years (to pursue real estate investment full-time) where he led the strategic planning and business development for a $100M business services healthcare company.We chat about:Finding and pursuing your passionActive vs Passive investing, which is right for you?Investing in real estate through townhome construction and value add apartments as a limited partnerManaging development in a market where commodity prices are volatile Leveraging strategic communication to land more deals in a competitive marketConnect with Karl Krauskopf!Website: https://www.aurorasinvestmentgroup.com/reimastermindLIKE • SHARE • JOIN • REVIEWWebsiteJoin the REI Mastermind Network on Locals!Apple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsYouTubeSpotifyStitcherDeezerFacebookTwitterInstagramSUPPORT THE SHOW!Self Managing Your Rental Properties? Get 6 months of RentRedi for $1! Click this link!Get Exclusive Content on Patreon! • https://www.patreon.com/reimastermindGet $10 and Reduce Your Business Costs by Shopping at AppSumo • https://bit.ly/reiappsumoGet $10 Towards Your First Purchase at Drop • https://drop.com/?referer=3DC729"You can invest 10,000 hours and become an expert or learn from those who...
(0:00) Zolak and Bertrand start the show by diving into some of the pictures and rumors surrounding the practice field at Palm Beach Atlantic University, as the Patriots prepare to face off against the Dolphins. (14:12) We listen back to Bill Belichick's past comments about different facilities that have hosted the Patriots. (24:22) The crew dives into some Rammstein talk with their upcoming tour taking over Gillette Stadium this week. (32:40) We touch on Matthew Judon potentially giving the Dolphins and Tua Tagovailoa some bulletin board material.
It has been a difficult year personally for Joe Sharp and his family, after losing their beloved son-in-law to illness during the holidays at the end of 2021. Joe offers sage advice as to dealing with loss while keeping our eyes on the future. He also comments on the recent bombshell news that President Biden wants to "cancel" student loans, reflecting on the ramifications for us all.
In this Fanbase Feature, The Fanbase Weekly co-host Bryant Dillon is joined by special guests David Avallone (writer - Drawing Blood, Elvira: Mistress of the Dark), Thomas Parham (writer - Hailing Frequencies Open, Professor at Palm Beach Atlantic University), and Erik Amaya (Editor-in-Chief of ComicCon.com / the Comics on TV Columnist at Rotten Tomatoes / co-host - Tread Perilously podcast) to participate in a thorough discussion regarding Tron (1982) in light of the film's 40th anniversary, with topics including how the film was ahead of its time, how modern audiences might view the world of Tron, the panelists' own personal histories with video games and arcades, and more. (Beware: SPOILERS for Tron abound in this panel discussion!)
500 Seconds To Joy | Mom Life Encouragement
I am joined by PhD professor Marina Hofman, to talk all about faithfulness and what we can learn from the women in the Bible. Marina has an INCREDIBLE story of how God literally saved her life. You won't want to miss this! In today's interview, we are going to zero in on some incredible women in the Old Testament and we truly have so much to learn from them! Marina Hofman, PhD, is the author of the award-winning book and video series, Women in the Bible Small Group Bible Study, a professor at Palm Beach Atlantic University, president of Moms For America in Palm Beach County and a homeschool mom of a 3-year-old daughter. Her website is womeninthebible.info - you can grab her book there and learn even more about her. I pray that this episode blesses and encourages you. Talking to Marina was such an encouragement to me so I have a feeling it will be for you too. God bless you and your family! Xoxo Stephanie PS: You can always email me at email@example.com and the best compliment is if you share this episode with a friend! Thanks for being here. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Today's guest is Dr. Terriel Byrd. Dr. Byrd is a Professor of religious studies at Palm Beach Atlantic University. He is also the host of the Power2B Show. A show powered by Podcast Space Plus that seeks to integrate worship into the workday not just on Sundays.Dr. Byrd and Beethoven discuss Dr. Byrds upbringing and his journey in becoming a Pastor, Professor and host of the Power2B ShowDr. Terriel Byrd's Social Media -Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/power2b_show/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Power2BShowHustler Testimony is a podcast that was created to better understand the hustle of life. Beethoven Francois, the host, delves deep into his guests pasts in order to bring to light the trials and tribulations that come before success.Watch 'Hustler Testimony' THURSDAY 12AM ET on Hustler Testimony. Stream on Apple Podcast, Google Play & Spotify.Check out our Website! https://www.hustlertestimony.comFollow Us! Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hustlertestimony/Facebook - https://m.facebook.com/hustlertestimonytv/
In this episode, I talk with Dr. Clifford Humphrey on how Christians have misunderstood Mere Christianity. We discuss how most people misread and have misapplied C.S. Lewis's aim in his book Mere Christianity. We dive into theological anthropology and implications for Christian formation and spirituality. We close discussing baptist political theology. Bio from Troy University - “Dr. Humphrey, originally from Warm Springs, Georgia, earned a bachelor's degree in psychology from Palm Beach Atlantic University. Following graduation, he spent a few years learning the trade of woodworking in New York City and did a bit of world traveling before attending the Van Andel Graduate School of Statesmanship at Hillsdale College.After earning his PhD, he was a postdoctoral fellow at the Catholic University of America and most recently helped launch Thales College in Raleigh, North Carolina.”Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/chasedavis“Get a Room! On Our Detrimental Misreading of C. S. Lewis's Mere Christianity” - https://adfontesjournal.com/print-edition/get-a-room-on-our-detrimental-misreading-of-c-s-lewiss-mere-christianity/“Liberty for All: A Response” - https://adfontesjournal.com/book-review/liberty-for-all-a-response/NatCon - https://nationalconservatism.org/natcon-3-2022/presenters/clifford-humphrey/https://today.troy.edu/faculty-staff/humphrey-to-lead-troys-institute-for-civic-and-global-leadership/Twitter - https://twitter.com/cphumphrey
Admiral Vernon Eugene Clark is a retired admiral who served as the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) of the United States Navy. He retired on July 22, 2005, making his tenure of five years the second-longest serving CNO behind Arleigh Burke. Admiral Clark has received numerous military decorations for his service, including four awards of the Defense Distinguished Service Medal, three Navy Distinguished Medals, and three awards of the Legion of Merit. Since his retirement, he has been honored with the Eisenhower Award from the Business Executives of North America, the Distinguished Sea Service Award from the Naval Order of the United States, and the Distinguished Service Medal of the Military Order of the World Wars. Admiral Clark earned his undergraduate degree from Evangel College in Springfield, Missouri, and has an MBA from the University of Arkansas. He has since received Honorary Doctorate degrees from the University of Toledo, Old Dominion University, Northwest University, and Palm Beach Atlantic University. Admiral Vern Clark continues to share the wisdom gleaned over a long and distinguished Naval career and dives into leadership conundrums, including the attrition rate in the US Navy when he took over as Sea Chief and what he did to solve that problem. He defines what alignment means to him and why he made it one of the central themes of his leadership. Admiral Vern also shines a spotlight on leadership, his belief in having vision as a leader, and how that belief guided him in the wake of the tragic events of 9/11. “It's been said before that I bring a little bit of passion to the game.” - Admiral Vern Clark “Alignment is really about communication.” - Admiral Vern Clark “More is caught than taught.” - Admiral Vern Clark This Week on The Wow Factor: The five principles on which Admiral Vern founded his leadership The importance of culture in a large organization The importance of getting buy-in from the sailors and how Admiral Vern brought his Master Chiefs on board with his plans Admiral Vern's goals of equipping and empowering the whole team How Admiral Vern and his team solved the problem of attrition Where Admiral Vern was when the tragic events of 9/11 occurred and his immediate response to deploy loaded aircraft carriers and destroyers to strategic positions When Admiral Vern first met President Bush at his inauguration and the promise he made him The story of Admiral Vern's relationship with Donald Rumsfeld, Secretary of Defense The importance of listening as a leader Why Admiral Vern feels that the Lord was watching over him throughout his career Admiral Vern Clark's Word of Wisdom: Having a strategic communications plan that moves you forward as a team or organization is vital. Connect with Admiral Vern Clark: Any questions for Admiral Clark can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org Connect with The WOW Factor: The WOW Factor Website Connect with Brad Formsma via email Brad Formsma on LinkedIn Brad Formsma on Instagram Brad Formsma on Facebook Brad Formsma on Twitter
Admiral Vernon Eugene Clark is a retired admiral who served as the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) of the United States Navy. He retired on July 22, 2005, making his tenure of five years the second-longest serving CNO behind Arleigh Burke. Admiral Clark has received numerous military decorations for his service, including four awards of the Defense Distinguished Service Medal, three Navy Distinguished Medals, and three awards of the Legion of Merit. Since his retirement, he has been honored with the Eisenhower Award from the Business Executives of North America, the Distinguished Sea Service Award from the Naval Order of the United States, and the Distinguished Service Medal of the Military Order of the World Wars. Admiral Clark earned his undergraduate degree from Evangel College in Springfield, Missouri, and has an MBA from the University of Arkansas. He has since received Honorary Doctorate degrees from the University of Toledo, Old Dominion University, Northwest University, and Palm Beach Atlantic University. This week on The Wow Factor podcast, I'm excited and honored to be joined by Admiral Vern Clark, who shares some of the lessons learned over his distinguished Naval career. He shares his commitment to covenant leadership, what that means, and how he strives to embody its principles in his own leadership. Admiral Vern also describes his top five priorities of manpower, current readiness, future-readiness, quality of service, and alignment when he became Chief of Naval Operations and what that meant practically for him and his teams “I was raised in a home where we constantly heard about God's plan for our life - and that really framed my background in a very important way..” - Admiral Vern Clark “There's no need for me to have a big program on covenant leadership. I need to just demonstrate it.” - Admiral Vern Clark “Our actions are screaming so loud, they can't hear a word we say, so if we're not living it and walking it, it doesn't matter what all the words are.” - Admiral Vern Clark This Week on The Wow Factor: Admiral Vern's experience of growing up the son of a Pastor in the central section of the USA His early experiences of leadership, including on a kids baseball team The experience of gaining an MBA at the University of Arkansas against the backdrop of the Vietnam war How he came to find his life's path as a Commissioned Officer in the US Navy and why he was convinced he would be staying in for only three years only What convinced Admiral Vern to rejoin the Navy and the career that followed Why he believes that leadership is a two-way relationship Resources that Admiral Vern has used in his commitment to being a lifelong learner The questions that the term ‘heart of covenant' bring up How Admiral Vern's strong faith has helped him in his role as a leader Connect with Admiral Vern Clark: Any questions for Admiral Clark can be sent to email@example.com Connect with The WOW Factor: The WOW Factor Website Connect with Brad Formsma via email Brad Formsma on LinkedIn Brad Formsma on Instagram Brad Formsma on Facebook Brad Formsma on Twitter
Noah Wilbanks has a heart for God, for young people, and for coaches. All of that comes together in his service as the FCA Multi-Area Director in North Central Florida. He brings an enthusiasm to his work that is contagious. Last year, he made a new goal - a "Kickoff Classic" for teams throughout the area, complete with food provided by the much loved Sonny's. And it worked. This year, they have moved to the Westside Baptist Church, and at this writing, they are already expecting well over 600 students and coaches. Noah shares from his heart in this episode. Sponsored by: PALM BEACH ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY, GOOD BOOKS COMPANY, GREEN FLAG FRANCHISES, AFFORDABLE ONE INSURANCE, EC WATERS, AND ABILITY WOOD FLOORING.
Dr. Randy Richards is the retiring Provost and Chief Academic Officer and will be the Research Professor of New Testament at Palm Beach Atlantic University. He has authored several books and articles, including Inscriptions and Papyri in the forthcoming ALNTS series (with James Harrison) and Misreading Scripture with Individualist Eyes (with Richard James). Luke 12:20 is often translated something like, “Your soul will be required of you.” But the Greek verb is active and plural: “They will demand your soul from you.” Who or what is “they”?
Theology of Business with Darren Shearer: Helping Marketplace Christians Partner with God in Business
On this episode, franchising powerhouse Ray Titus shares a biblical basis for pursuing peace when conflicts arise in business. Ray Titus is the CEO of United Franchise Group, the global leader for entrepreneurs, which has over 1600 locations in over 80 countries. He co-founded Signarama with his father, Roy Titus, who was also the founder of Minute Man Press. He founded the very first Signarama store in 1986 and has since applied his successful business model to other business-to-business brands. Through his generous support, the Titus Center for Franchising was founded at Palm Beach Atlantic University, where over 60 of their business school students are currently getting a concentration in franchising, and they're providing networking and education for some of today's most successful franchisors. Theology of Business is the show for marketplace Christians seeking to explore and apply God's will for business. If you want to learn more about how to do business for the glory of God and shape culture through discipling the business world, this show is for you. | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.TheologyofBusiness.com
Crazy Sh*t In Real Estate with Leigh Brown
We're all about the technical side of real estate syndication today. Karl Krauskopf elaborates on the importance of being hypercritical about wholesale deals, practical ways to detect early warning signs, and the next set of projects that can give you the fastest returns. Listen in as he weaves an excellent cautionary tale that could help save you money on your future ventures. Key takeaways to listen for How to manage costs of buildings while keeping profitability Advice on next-level development focus projects, velocity wise What is syndication? A big lesson on wholesaling Resources mentioned in this episode Episode 325 - The Ins and Outs of Real Estate Wholesaling Business with Zachary Boothe Apple & Spotify About Karl Krauskopf Karl is the Managing Partner of Auroras Investment Group. He got his start in real estate, flipping houses. His business has always focused on acquiring and renovating significantly under-market value properties in areas experiencing tremendous market appreciation. As Karl diversified and scaled his business, real estate development was the natural next step, and it is now the primary focus of Auroras Investment Group. Before real estate, Karl obtained his MBA from Palm Beach Atlantic University. He left a position of 10 years (to pursue real estate investment full-time). He was running strategic planning and business development for a business services healthcare company that grosses $100M annually. Connect with Karl Website: Auroras Investment Group Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @karlkrauskopf Connect with Leigh Please subscribe to this podcast in iTunes or in the Podcasts App on your phone, and never miss a beat from Leigh by visiting https://leighbrown.com. DM Leigh Brown on Instagram or on Twitter or any social networks by clicking here. Subscribe to Leigh's other podcast Real Estate From The Rooftops! Sponsor Leigh Brown University Enroll NOW to start scaling YOUR Real Estate business! Link: https://www.leighbrownuniversity.com/advanced
Wins & Losses with Clay Travis
This week on Wins & Losses, Clay Travis is joined by Babylon Bee owner Seth Dillon. Seth tells Clay about his upbringing growing up in several different places as the son of a preacher. Seth also details his time at Palm Beach Atlantic University, and how he has since been banned from speaking events at his alma mater. Clay asks Seth about the Babylon Bee's battles with social media companies over the years, and specifically, about his current ongoing fight with Twitter, who has recently locked their account over a tweet that they deemed unacceptable. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.