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Coram Deo Church Sermon Audio
Jesus Washes the Disciples' Feet | John 13:1-30

Coram Deo Church Sermon Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2022 46:56


The Gospel of John is one of the most beloved and influential books of the Bible. It describes “the remarkable invasion of the world by God” (G. Burge). It's written with the express purpose “that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God” (John 20:31). In this preaching series, we journey through the Fourth Gospel, seeking to better understand who Jesus Christ is and why he's worthy of our trust, worship, and obedience. Learn more at https://cdomaha.com

Granite State Gardening
Planning and Planting Your Home Fruit Tree Orchard, From Apples and Peaches to Pawpaw

Granite State Gardening

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 55:06


From stunning spring blooms to juicy and delicious fruit summer to fall, cultivating apples, pears, peaches, cherries and more is appealing to many New England gardeners and homesteaders. And while growing fruit trees isn't necessarily easy, thoughtful planning can lead to healthier, more productive and lower maintenance trees for years to come. In this episode of Granite State Gardening, Emma Erler and Nate Bernitz talk about selecting and preparing your orchard site, choosing rootstock and varieties, planting, and care of young trees. The episode's featured plant is pawpaw (Asamina triloba).  Promotions  Listener Survey  NH Farm, Forest and Garden Expo  Webinar: Hydroponics at Home  Webinar: Extending the Gardening Season  Webinar: Propagating Trees and Shrubs in the Winter Months  Resources  Growing Low Input Fruit Trees  Recommended Tree Fruit Varieties for Northern New England  Training and Pruning Young Apples and Pears  Subscribe to the monthly Granite State Gardening newsletter.  Email us questions, suggestions and feedback at gsg.pod@unh.edu  Transcript by Otter.ai 

Lured Up - A Pokémon GO Podcast
206. Power Planting

Lured Up - A Pokémon GO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 71:41


Lured Up Podcast 206 Record Date - 11/18/22 Publish Date -1/21/22   With the Mountains of Power event wrapped up, Trainers were treated to good old vanilla Season of Heritage spawns. This opens up the spawn pool to nearly 100 different Pokémon and the return of evolved forms to the wild. DO you think that we should see more downtime between events to allow us to hunt for a wider range of species?   The Power Plant event is here and will bring us the debut of Helioptile who scores mega cute points. While the event Raids do not seem so strong, we do have a pretty solid encounter and Field Research pool with plenty of shinies to hunt.   The Love Cup will be here soon and we review a few of the best counters and how they can be used. With the removal of Defense Deoxys it seems like the meta will return to being balanced and evenly competitive. Will you bring any spice picks? Ken may bring Rotom just for kicks.   Before wrapping up with a discussion about the Raid System, we have some fun with random Twitter responses to Niantic tweets. It leads us to believe that many people may not understand the ELO system and how while it is functioning perfectly, it may actually feel like it is designed to hold you back!   Mountains of Power - https://bit.ly/LU204Mountains  January Events - https://bit.ly/LU206January Power Plant - https://bit.ly/LU206PowerPlant Understanding ELO - https://bit.ly/LU206ELO    Support for the Lured Up Podcast is brought to you by MANSCAPED Use code BALLCHECK at https://www.manscaped.com/ for 20% off and free shipping   Support the show by shopping at TCGPlayer.com using this link - https://bit.ly/TCGPlayerAffiliate    Pokémon Professor Network Merch Store - https://bit.ly/PPNMerchStore    info@luredup.com    Inappropriate Voicemail, Text, and Picture Line - 732-835-8639  http://pokemonprofessor.com  https://www.luredup.com http://bit.ly/PokeProfNetPatreon  http://bit.ly/PokeProfNetFacebook  http://bit.ly/PokeProfNetTwitter  http://bit.ly/PokeProfNetYouTube  http://bit.ly/PokeProfNetInstagram  http://bit.ly/LuredUpTumblr  http://bit.ly/LuredUpApplePodcasts   http://bit.ly/LuredUpSpotify  http://bit.ly/LuredUpStitcher  http://bit.ly/LuredUpGooglePodcasts  http://bit.ly/LuredUpIHeartRadio  https://bit.ly/LUPodchaser    Hosts Ken Pescatore Adam Tuttle   Writer and Producer Ken Pescatore   Executive Producer  Paul Bhatt   Show music provided by GameChops and licensed through Creative Commons   ▾ FOLLOW GAMECHOPS ▾ http://instagram.com/GameChops http://twitter.com/GameChops http://soundcloud.com/GameChops http://facebook.com/GameChops http://youtube.com/GameChops http://www.gamechops.com   Intro Music Lake Verity (Drum & Bass Remix)  Tetracase GameChops - Ultraball http://gamechops.com/ultraball/ https://soundcloud.com/tetracase  https://soundcloud.com/MegaFlare0   Break Music National Park Mikel & GameChops GameChops - Poké & Chill http://smarturl.it/pokechill https://twitter.com/mikel_beats   Outro Music Vast Poni Canyon CG5 & GlitchxCity (Future Bass Remix) GameChops - Ultraball http://gamechops.com/ultraball/  http://soundcloud.com/cg5-beats https://soundcloud.com/glitchxcity Pokémon And All Respective Names are Trademark and © of Nintendo 1996-2021 Pokémon GO is Trademark and © of Niantic, Inc.Lured Up and the Pokémon Professor Network are not affiliated with Niantic Inc., The Pokémon Company, Game Freak or Nintendo.   #pokemon #pokemongo #podcast

The Jennifer Allwood Show
Episode 254 | Planting Seeds For Future Business Growth

The Jennifer Allwood Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 15:43


Business growth is the goal, now isn't it? I want to encourage you to not until  its go-time before you let your audience in to what you've got for them Planting seeds is Biblical, my friend. The concept of planting and harvesting for growth can absolutely be implemented in your business in the same manner.  Let's talk today about some practical tips for prepping your audience for what you've got coming their way.    Hit the Highlights(02:55) Why you need to plant seeds in your biz  (04:45) What I did to plant seeds in my own book launch (08:15) What you do right now to start seed plant   (10:05) Quit talking and get doing Podcast Review: "I FINALLY Found You" Listener: Shanna Pyzer "I don't know what took me so long, but I just recently found you. I have been binging your podcast. I LOVE that you provide valuable, practical business information along with Biblically sound teaching! It's a marriage made in Heaven. Thank you!!!!"   JOIN ME in The Creators' Inner Circle! This is my monthly group where I teach you exactly what you need each month to grow your following on social media AND grow your email list! Not only do you get training each and every week, but you also get to be part of one of the best, most supportive communities online! Get on the waitlist for the next opening >> The Creators' Inner Circle   Subscribe and Review I am honored to show up each week on The Jennifer Allwood Show and bring you inspiring and actionable content. I hope it is truly helpful for you. One of the best ways you can bless me in return is to subscribe to the show and leave a review. By subscribing, you allow each episode to be downloaded straight to your phone which helps our download numbers and makes sure you never miss an episode. And when you leave a review, you help show others the value of what we provide! You can GO HERE to subscribe and review!

Emergence Magazine Podcast
From Dirt – Camille T. Dungy

Emergence Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 16:28


In this essay Camille reflects on the journey of seeds, how much of what we plant in our gardens was brought to our soils during the slave trade, and the legacy of trauma and triumph that lies within our food. Planting food, she contends, even in contaminated soils, becomes both an acknowledgment of grief and a celebration of the beauty of growing. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Coram Deo Church Sermon Audio
Resolution & Revolution | John 12:12-50

Coram Deo Church Sermon Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 39:39


The Gospel of John is one of the most beloved and influential books of the Bible. It describes “the remarkable invasion of the world by God” (G. Burge). It's written with the express purpose “that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God” (John 20:31). In this preaching series, we journey through the Fourth Gospel, seeking to better understand who Jesus Christ is and why he's worthy of our trust, worship, and obedience. Learn more at https://cdomaha.com

Rosie on the House
1/15/22 - OUTDOOR LIVING HOUR! Talking Trees With SavATree!

Rosie on the House

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 38:35


Tree experts John Eisenhower and Gary Peterson is joined by Landscape Architect Janet Waibel to discuss the Tree Of The Month the Chinese Elm.  The many benefits of trees from shade to privacy.  Planting the right tree in the right space.  Proper way to design your landscape.  Kinds of trees to consider for your specific purpose.  And much more tree talk!

Habitat Podcast
Habitat Podcast #162 - Cody Cothron - YouTube Dozer Driver, Southern Habitat Differences, Kudzu, Managing 3k Acre Alabama Ranch, Building New Plots, Doe Management & Trail Camera Surveys

Habitat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 80:58


Habitat Podcast #162 - Cody Cothron from Alabama joins Jared on an awesome habitat / hunting related discussion.  Cody is a habitat manager for his farms in KY but also manages a 3,000 acre ranch in AL.  We cover: YouTube Dozer Driver - How Cody learned to operate a bulldozer on YouTube, Southern Habitat Differences vs Midwest and Northern Habitat, Kudzu - Is it a good thing?  High protein levels, Managing 3k Acre Alabama Ranch, Building New Plots with the dozer, Doe Management - Cody's perspective may be different than yours? Trail Camera Surveys - what do these tell us? And much much more! Morse Nursery Tree Dealer Pricing – info@habitatpodcast.com Property Consultations – HP Land Plans: LAND PLANS   Leave us a great review here:  https://apple.co/2uhoqOO Habitat Podcast Site:  www.habitatpodcast.com The Habitat Hook – https://bit.ly/3Em098Q  10% off with code: HP10 Packer Maxx – http://bit.ly/PACKERMAXX  $25 off with code: HPC25 Realtree Land Pro – Lake States – https://bit.ly/34acwE9 Exodus Trail Cameras – https://bit.ly/ExodusHP Afflictor Broadheads – https://bit.ly/AfflictorBH Killer Food Plots – http://bit.ly/KillerFP  10% and free shipping w/code: HP10% Michigan Whitetail Pursuit – http://bit.ly/MWpursuit Habitat Podcast AMAZON Store – https://www.amazon.com/shop/habitatpodcast

Practical Church Planting
PCP 258: 6 Church Metrics That Show Engagement

Practical Church Planting

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 31:09


In a time when church involvement continues to shift, how can we know if we are actually engaging our people well? In this episode, we share six church metrics you can track that show if your people are engaged with your church. Welcome to episode 258 of Practical Church Planting. Here are the six metrics we discuss in this episode: Group attendance Giving units Giving unit average Number of unique people who served in a month Connect cards received Tracking attendance/metrics at any consistent non-Sunday service you do CONNECT AND NEVER MISS AN EPISODE Be sure to subscribe to the podcast to get practical tips delivered right to you. For free resources to help you plant a church that thrives, check out practicalplanting.com.  You can also watch the video version of the podcast on our YouTube channel. Have questions or want encouragement from other church planters? Join the Practical Church Planting Facebook group.

Upside Down Tulips - A Garden Podcast
71. Edith & Christy Plan Planting by the Seat of Their Pants: Our 2022 Garden

Upside Down Tulips - A Garden Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 47:27


Things to consider when planning your 2022 garden.  How to lengthen the season in colder zones, new ways of watering, and inexpensive ways of providing shade. The new way Christy will plant her expensive herbs and the one herb Edith will never plant again. What you need to do in January to ensure getting the garden you want in July. Two treats for theater lovers: Hamlet and Ophelia in their frozen garden, and a mulch pile begging to be spread belts out Broadway tunes. “Ah, five, six, seven, EIGHT!” Support UDT by joining our Garden Party and get fun rewards! Get a UDT Coffee Mug or other cool Merch! Visit our website for pix, good info and Upside Down Dictionary Click here to write to us!  Find Your Persephone Period

MIRROR TALK
Chapter Three: Planting Impactful Seeds

MIRROR TALK

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 7:30


Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/mirrortalk/subscribe In this new chapter, we would continue on a journey of seeking answers and insights. We will be planting impactful seeds for our mental and emotional health, spiritual and physical lives, finance, career, relationships and more. Are you onboard? Cheers to new beginnings! Cheers to you! Cheers to seeds that blossom! Thank you for joining me on this MIRROR TALK podcast journey. Kindly stay connected by subscribing or following on any platform. Please do not forget to leave a review and rating. Let us connect on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mirrortalk.podcast/ More inspiring episodes and show notes here: https://mirrortalkpodcast.com/ Your opinions, thoughts, suggestions and comments matter to us. Share them here: https://mirrortalkpodcast.com/your-opinion-matters/ I love you, I see you, I appreciate you.

Man Child
12. What Are You Planting in Your Mental Garden?

Man Child

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 15:14


In this episode, Boomer talks about the power of our own thoughts and how it's important for us to be wary as to what we let in and what seeds we plant in our mental garden.Find Boomer on Instagram @BoomerMueller I offer 1-on-1 coaching, corporate events, & retreat style event appearances for all things Mind, Body, & Breath alignment.  The key to success is an aligned nervous system!

Coram Deo Church Sermon Audio
The Problem of Unbelief | John 6, 12, & 14

Coram Deo Church Sermon Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 35:35


The Gospel of John is one of the most beloved and influential books of the Bible. It describes “the remarkable invasion of the world by God” (G. Burge). It's written with the express purpose “that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God” (John 20:31). In this preaching series, we journey through the Fourth Gospel, seeking to better understand who Jesus Christ is and why he's worthy of our trust, worship, and obedience. Learn more at https://cdomaha.com

Today's Catholic Mass Readings
Today's Catholic Mass Readings Thursday, January 6, 2022

Today's Catholic Mass Readings

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022


Full Text of ReadingsThursday after Epiphany Lectionary: 215All podcast readings are produced by the USCCB and are from the Catholic Lectionary, based on the New American Bible and approved for use in the United States _______________________________________The Saint of the day is Saint Andr BessetteBrother André expressed a saint's faith by a lifelong devotion to Saint Joseph. Sickness and weakness dogged André from birth. He was the eighth of 12 children born to a French Canadian couple near Montreal. Adopted at 12, when both parents had died, he became a farmhand. Various trades followed: shoemaker, baker, blacksmith—all failures. He was a factory worker in the United States during the boom times of the Civil War. At 25, André applied for entrance into the Congregation of Holy Cross. After a year's novitiate, he was not admitted because of his weak health. But with an extension and the urging of Bishop Bourget, he was finally received. He was given the humble job of doorkeeper at Notre Dame College in Montreal, with additional duties as sacristan, laundry worker and messenger. “When I joined this community, the superiors showed me the door, and I remained 40 years,” he said. In his little room near the door, he spent much of the night on his knees. On his windowsill, facing Mount Royal, was a small statue of Saint Joseph, to whom he had been devoted since childhood. When asked about it he said, “Some day, Saint Joseph is going to be honored in a very special way on Mount Royal!” When he heard someone was ill, he visited to bring cheer and to pray with the sick person. He would rub the sick person lightly with oil taken from a lamp burning in the college chapel. Word of healing powers began to spread. When an epidemic broke out at a nearby college, André volunteered to nurse. Not one person died. The trickle of sick people to his door became a flood. His superiors were uneasy; diocesan authorities were suspicious; doctors called him a quack. “I do not cure,” he said again and again. “Saint Joseph cures.” In the end he needed four secretaries to handle the 80,000 letters he received each year. For many years the Holy Cross authorities had tried to buy land on Mount Royal. Brother André and others climbed the steep hill and planted medals of Saint Joseph. Suddenly, the owners yielded. André collected $200 to build a small chapel and began receiving visitors there—smiling through long hours of listening, applying Saint Joseph's oil. Some were cured, some not. The pile of crutches, canes and braces grew. The chapel also grew. By 1931, there were gleaming walls, but money ran out. “Put a statue of Saint Joseph in the middle. If he wants a roof over his head, he'll get it.” The magnificent Oratory on Mount Royal took 50 years to build. The sickly boy who could not hold a job died at 92. He is buried at the Oratory. He was beatified in 1982 and canonized in 2010. At his canonization in October 2010, Pope Benedict XVI said that Saint Andre “lived the beatitude of the pure of heart.” Reflection Rubbing ailing limbs with oil or a medal? Planting a medal to buy land? Isn't this superstition? Aren't we long past that superstitious people rely only on the “magic” of a word or action. Brother André's oil and medals were authentic sacramentals of a simple, total faith in the Father who lets his saints help him bless his children. Saint of the DayCopyright Franciscan Media

TwoBrainRadio
How Does a Pastor Build Community at His Gym?

TwoBrainRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 31:52


The client/member journey. Helping people lead better lives. Leadership and relationship-building.All of the above and more are key for building a healthy community with healthy community members — and Tres Kennedy is doing just that in two places: Move Church, where he serves as a pastor, and CrossFit Wotown, the gym he owns with his wife Erin.Here, he shares some of the lessons he's learned apply to both his flocks.Links:CrossFit WotownMove ChurchGym Owners UnitedTimeline:00:48 – Planting a church and starting a gym.3:57 – The member journey: surprising similarities.6:11 – Taking Two-Brain to church.8:12 – Breaking barriers.10:08 – Identifying drop-off points and taking action.12:02 – Taking self-improvement beyond the workout.16:24 – What being a pastor has taught Tres about entrepreneurship.21:19 – “People don't care about how much you know until they know how much you care.”23:01 – Retention, self-worth and cynicism.25:47 – The critical thing gym owners must know to build tight-knit community.29:29 – Gym owners: your homework.

YUTORAH: R' Moshe Weinberger -- Recent Shiurim
Chemdas HaYamim (27) Planting Is All About The Word of Hashem Taking Root

YUTORAH: R' Moshe Weinberger -- Recent Shiurim

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 35:56


Christian AF Podcast
Episode 47 - Church Planting 101

Christian AF Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 68:22


Hear God whispering in your ear? Hate your current church and think you can do better? Are you a youth pastor that's sick of all the damn kids? Maybe church planting is for YOU!Today we talk about the process of planting a church and maybe when you should (and maybe should not) take it seriously. Grab a beverage, grab your number two pencil, and get ready for Church Planting 101!EPISODE DRINKING NOTES:Prairie Street Brewing Co. – Holiday RedOld Fashioneds2oz - 1792 Bourbon (Small Batch)1/3oz - Rosemary Infused, Brown Sugar Simple SyrupSqueeze of Orange2 Shakes Angostura Aromatic Bitters3 Shakes Angostura Orange BittersOrange Twill––––––––LINKS AND SOCIAL MEDIAWebsite • Facebook  •  InstagramEmail: christianafpodcast@gmail.comSupport the show (https://paypal.me/ChristianAFPodcast)

Coram Deo Church Sermon Audio
Train Yourself for Godliness | 1 Timothy 4:6-9

Coram Deo Church Sermon Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 34:55


New Southern Garden
Ep. 145- December Q&A: Pruning Peach, Planting Daphne, and Being A Better Gardener

New Southern Garden

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 50:49


A great way to start a new gardening year is to help you out by answering your questions! This week, Erik gives us an update on his beat roots and Nathan answers a question about peach pruning from Kirk. Betsy wonders if the challenges that come with winter Daphne are worth dealing with. Lastly, Jeanine wants to be a better gardener in 2022, so Nathan gives her some tips to help her reach that goal. If you have a question burning through your landscape, feel free to drop us a line!

Yahya Ibrahim
Planting Baraka in 2022

Yahya Ibrahim

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 48:20


YUTORAH: R' Moshe Weinberger -- Recent Shiurim
Chemdas HaYamim (26) Planting Reveals The Hidden Power of Growth

YUTORAH: R' Moshe Weinberger -- Recent Shiurim

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 41:16


Inner Guidance Daily
End of year gentle reflection | Guided Meditation|

Inner Guidance Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 17:45


A gentle loving-kindness reflection on the past year + the year ahead. In this meditation, we reflect on the following three questions. 1. "What feelings arise when I think about the past year?" 2. "What in the past year am I deeply grateful for?" 3. What wisdom have I gained about myself this year?" Our reflection ends by cultivating loving-kindness towards ourselves. Planting seeds we can nurture in the year ahead. Stay connecting below. Receive Calm Point Newsletter Subscribe to Calm Point Podcast For daily meditation tips, connect on Instagram: @laurenlee.love Meditate live with Lauren on the Insight Timer app: @LaurenLee⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ *Please note, speaking with your medical professional when incorporating meditation and guided imagery into your daily routine as a self-discovery and stress relief practice is important. Please contact your health care provider for additional support if/when needed. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/innerrebel/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/innerrebel/support

Progressively Jewish
S3E4 Rosh Chodesh Shevat: Planting & Nurturing (Women & Trees)

Progressively Jewish

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 37:58


Host: Student Rabbi & Kohenet Yael Tischler (Leo Baeck College) Guests: Yael Roberts (Educator, Westminster Synagogue & Visual Artist) & Sara Moon (Writer & Rising Kohenet).

Inside Agriculture Podcasts
12-29-21 - More Planting, More Uncertainty Ahead. National Weather Forecast for Jan. 4 - 10. An Early Forecast for 2022 Food Prices.

Inside Agriculture Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 2:59


Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature
Planting A Christmas Tree Farm – Podcast #341

Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 7:15


Each year millions of people cut down a Christmas tree on a farm. Obviously, the consumer sees the fully grown tree. I am about to find out what it takes to grow Christmas trees on my farm in 2022. From this show you will have a better appreciation of what an organic Christmas tree farmer...

Renewing the Blade
Discipleship - Ch Growth - Renewal - Planting Bob Logan 1a 2 Prepare the Church for Multiplication

Renewing the Blade

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 2:32


Seminar on Church Renewal, Growth and Planting from Solingen Germany in 1995. Filled with practical tips and how to coach and mentor. Discipleship/Outreach is our commission and it's the church's job to do that. But "church" can get lost and off target. These messages can help leaders return a local church to their pursuit of Christ in the Harvest, reaching the lost and making disciples, who make disciples.

Renewing the Blade
Discipleship - Church Growth - Renewal - Planting Bob Logan 1a 1 Looking at the Harvest Field

Renewing the Blade

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 5:02


Seminar on Church Renewal, Growth and Planting from Solingen Germany in 1995. Filled with practical tips and how to coach and mentor. Discipleship/Outreach is our commission and it's the church's job to do that. But "church" can get lost and off target. These messages can help leaders return a local church to their pursuit of Christ in the Harvest, reaching the lost and making disciples, who make disciples.

Church InTension
The Challenges of Planting a Church

Church InTension

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 41:09


Planting a church is wrought with challenges. Pastor Preston Morrison of Gateway Church Scottsdale and Pastor Tim Ross of Embassy City Church experienced many when they were sent out by Gateway Church to lead their own congregations.In this episode of Church InTension, The King's University President, Dr. Jon Chasteen, talks with Preston and Tim about how they stayed afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic and the biggest things they've learned along the way.

IwEP Network
Welcome Back! 44: Men crying, Star Wars, and visiting the Patchwork Planting farm!

IwEP Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 56:18


Welcome Back! In this episode, diablo friends Chris and Mario talk about men crying, Star Wars, visiting the Patchwork Planting farm, and so much more. Chris has hot takes on classic movies, and Mario definitely HAS seen Midnight Mass! We'll be right back! —— Chris recommends his own Spotify playlists: Chris on Spotify Mario recommends a Netflix show: The Witcher —— You can find Chris here. You can find Mario here. You can find the IwEP Network here. —— Big thanks to our FAVORITE sponsor Patchwork Planting! Find them on facebook and instagram @pwplanting and at patchworkplanting.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iwepnetwork/message

Monday Morning Mojo
Episode 524 – Fruits of Your Labor

Monday Morning Mojo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 4:49


Phil plans to spend the week at his farm planting fruit and oak trees. Planting isn't the hard part though; it's the preparation and ongoing maintenance of the trees that requires the most work. What are the things in your life that require work today to ensure you will be able to enjoy the fruits of your labor tomorrow? Think about this as you prepare for the New Year. Resources: Thomas Jefferson, spokesman for democracy, American Founding Father, principal author of Declaration of Independence, third President of the United States - https://www.monticello.org/ Please send Comments, Questions, and Feedback to: mojo@cannonfinancial.com Please send First Friday Feedback submissions to: mojo@cannonfinancial.com

It's Your Time! Pushing Forward with Nicole

Join Its Your Time! Pushing Forward with Nicole as she welcomes her special guest: LaDonna Marie as they discuss "It's time to Leap into Greatness." 

Coram Deo Church Sermon Audio
The Implications of the Incarnation | Matthew 1

Coram Deo Church Sermon Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 35:21


Rabbi Koskas In Depth 6 minute Halacha
Shemitah: Planting in flower pots and hydroponics during Shemitah

Rabbi Koskas In Depth 6 minute Halacha

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 5:13


Shemitah: Planting in flower pots and hydroponics during Shemitah

The Thriving Farmer Podcast
159. Matt Lebon on Perennial Planting and Foodscaping Your Property

The Thriving Farmer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 43:04


What is foodscaping and is it something you can do with your farm? Today on the show we're hosting Matt Lebon, Founder and CEO of Custom Foodscaping, a full-service edible landscaping company located in Saint Louis, Missouri. Custom Foodscaping provides consultation, design, and installation services to help you achieve your edible landscaping, farm and garden or permaculture goals. They specialize in raised bed vegetable gardens, food forests, orchards, herb gardens, culinary gardens, and profitable vegetable farms. They love to work with residential clients as well as institutions including schools, universities, hospitals, community centers, and restaurants. Matt is a proud St. Louis native with over ten years of farming and gardening experience. He got his start with farming as a Peace Corps volunteer in Paraguay. He went on to study permaculture and work on several farms in Israel and Brooklyn, NY. Tune in to hear all about how Matt conceived and built this thriving business!   You'll hear: About Matt's experience in the Peace Corps and how it led him to foodscaping 2:37 How Custom Foodscaping cultivates sugar cane 4:42 When and how Matt got into permaculture 8:22 About Matt's favorite Custom Foodscaping projects 13:49 What techniques they use for rainwater management 18:53 What kind of opportunities the typical farmer has for foodscaping 24:08 How Custom Foodscaping communicates sustainability 34:42 What excites Matt the most about The Foodscaper Summit 39:24   About the Guest:Matt Lebon is the owner and founder of Custom Foodscaping, a full service edible landscaping company in St. Louis, Missouri. Matt got his start with farming as a Peace Corps volunteer in Paraguay. He went on to study permaculture and work on several farms in Israel and Brooklyn, NY. In 2017, Custom Foodscaping was born out of a dream of utilizing more of St. Louis's urban and suburban spaces for gardens that produce an abundance of food. Matt is most passionate about creating magical food moments in the everyday places we work, learn, and play. In 2020, the team at Custom Foodscaping launched The Foodscaper, a new online publication for edible landscaping hobbyists and professionals. The Foodscaper will host its inaugural virtual educational summit - The Foodscaper Summit - on January 20-21, 2022 for anyone who wants to learn to grow ecological edible landscapes for clients. Learn more at: thefoodscapersummit.com   Resources:Website - https://www.thefoodscaper.com, https://www.customfoodscaping.com, https://www.thefoodscaper.com/summit Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/customfoodscaping Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/customfoodscaping/, https://www.instagram.com/thefoodscaperhq/

Welcome Back
44: Welcome Back! - Men crying, Star Wars, and visiting the Patchwork Planting farm!

Welcome Back

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 56:18


Welcome Back! In this episode, diablo friends Chris and Mario talk about men crying, Star Wars, visiting the Patchwork Planting farm, and so much more. Chris has hot takes on classic movies, and Mario definitely HAS seen Midnight Mass! We'll be right back! —— Chris recommends his own Spotify playlists: Chris on Spotify Mario recommends a Netflix show: The Witcher —— You can find Chris here. You can find Mario here. You can find the IwEP Network here. —— Big thanks to our FAVORITE sponsor Patchwork Planting! Find them on facebook and instagram @pwplanting and at patchworkplanting.com.

BAKED in Science
EP61: Planting a Love of Cereal Science

BAKED in Science

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 22:06


Flour is at the heart of so many baked goods, so it's no surprise that wheat is a passionate subject for many bakers and food professionals. For Claudia Carter, that passion has not only driven her career, but inspired her to share it with the next generation. In this episode of BAKED in Science, your host Mark Floerke is joined by Claudia Carter, the Executive Director of the California Wheat Commission(CWC). While studying food sciences, she developed a passion for understanding the quality of wheat and its many varieties. This led to her obtaining a Master of Science in cereal sciences. She first joined the CWC in 2014 as a lab director to take care of flour quality testing, and was promoted to director in 2016. Now, she helps educate millers and bakers on the specific benefits and unique features of California-grown wheat. Over the last few years, she has run an educational program with local elementary students. Claudia shares how the program helps teach children the way food is processed and introduces them to the possibilities of agricultural sciences. The program allows students to get hands-on experience with: - Growing, harvesting, and milling wheat - Quality testing equipment such as the alveograph and farinograph - Extruding dough and baking pasta, bread and tortillas Mark and Claudia talk all about grain, milling, and how to reach and support the next generation of food scientists. Learn more about: Wheat: https://bakerpedia.com/ingredients/wheat/ Milling: https://bakerpedia.com/processes/milling/

Sports Spectrum Podcast
Former Florida State All-American Andre Wadsworth on football, faith and planting a church

Sports Spectrum Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 40:42


Andre Wadsworth was selected third overall in the 1998 NFL Draft after a stellar college career at Florida State. During his college career with the Seminoles, Wadsworth was named to the First or Second-Team All ACC all four years. In 1997, he finished his season with 16 sacks and was named the ACC Defensive Player of the Year. Regarded as the top prospect in the 1998 NFL Draft, Wadsworth was selected third to the Arizona Cardinals behind Peyton Manning and Ryan Leaf. His rookie year, he helped the Cardinals reach the second round of the playoffs. Injuries would take a toll on Wadsworth, who has had multiple knee surgeries that ultimately would end his career in 2007. Currently, he is the Senior Executive Pastor and founder of IMPACT CHURCH in Scottsdale, Arizona. Today on the podcast, we talk to Andre about his current role as a pastor, his desire to disciple and help people grow in their faith, the lessons he learned from playing for Florida State legendary coach Bobby Bowden, and why he continues to trust in God during a difficult season of life. --- Looking for a holiday gift idea? Order our new devotional book: "The Increase 52 Week Devotional: Inspiring Stories of Faith from the World of Pro Sports."

Bipolar Style
Shaun Johnson | Art Photographer | Georgia, USA

Bipolar Style

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 54:34


John talks with art photographer Shaun Johnson (Georgia, USA) about using his photography as a tool for social justice, and to lift himself from depression.  Topics include … Feeling we are here with an important mission to achieve Shaun's attempt at screenwriting Photography for social justice Photography as a true art form Working with papier-mâché Photography to ease depression Where does inspiration come from? How is the NFT thing going? Planting the seeds for generational wealth Shaun's favorite NFT platform Shaun can be contacted through his Twitter profile: @Shaun_Johnson17 Shaun's photography can be purchased on OpenSea: https://opensea.io/collection/shaun-johnson-photos

Coram Deo Church Sermon Audio
The Plot to Kill Jesus | John 11:45-12:11

Coram Deo Church Sermon Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 35:14


The Gospel of John is one of the most beloved and influential books of the Bible. It describes “the remarkable invasion of the world by God” (G. Burge). It's written with the express purpose “that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God” (John 20:31). In this preaching series, we journey through the Fourth Gospel, seeking to better understand who Jesus Christ is and why he's worthy of our trust, worship, and obedience. Learn more at https://cdomaha.com

Regenerative Skills
Akiva Silver on propagating plants and starting a nursery business Part 2

Regenerative Skills

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 60:50


Welcome back everyone. This is part two of the conversation started last week with Akiva Silver. Co-owner of Twisted Tree nursery and homestead. If you haven't yet heard the first part, you can find the link in the show notes for this episode on the website at regenerativeskills.com You'll remember from last week that one of the first projects I encourage people to do is to start a plant nursery. Not only will you start the long process of coaxing plants into maturity which is worth beginning as soon as possible, but you'll also learn valuable plant care and propagation in the process. Planting your own nursery can also save you money when you eventually begin planting out your design, and if you enjoy it enough and can find a market for saplings and seedlings, you can make good money selling nursery stock as well. There are also real advantages to growing your plants in the soil and environment where they'll live so they get the chance to acclimate rather than suffer a harsh adjustment from the heated greenhouse and chemical fertilisers so common in most plant nurseries.  In order to get a better understanding of just how easy and enjoyable it can be to start a nursery, I spoke with Akiva Silver who owns and operates Twisted Tree Farm, a homestead, nut orchard, and nursery located in Spencer, New York, where he grows around 20,000 trees per year using practices that go beyond organic. His background is in foraging, wilderness survival, and primitive skills. He has been observing nature intensively for the last 20 years, and cultivating a deep appreciation for life in that time.  In the first portion of this episode we dove into how Akiva first began to propagate trees and his transition into making a business out of it and supporting his family by growing plants. We also got into all kinds of propagation methods and where and how to find the best materials for growing nursery stock. This week I'll conclude this interview by exploring how to build a business around growing the plants you love, improving your soil enough that you can eliminate fertilisers and other inputs, the maintenance and care of your nursery through the different seasons, and the sales and marketing side of the business.  In the lead up to the Holiday season, my good friends at Chelsea Green publishing have offered to give away two copies of Akiva's book “Trees of Power” to our listeners in Europe. If you live anywhere in the Euro zone or the UK you can win your own copy by joining the Regenerative Skills Discord server and messaging me that you want to win a copy of the book. I'll be selecting two people by the end of the week when the second half of this episode is released, so you've still got plenty of time. This is a great way to shortcut a little portion of your Holiday shopping to sign up and send me a message right away. Join the discord discussion channel to answer the weekly questions and learn new skills with the whole community Links: http://www.twisted-tree.net/ https://www.chelseagreen.com/product/trees-of-power/

Heart Wisdom with Jack Kornfield
Ep. 136 – The Sacred Pause

Heart Wisdom with Jack Kornfield

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 49:55


Planting seeds of faith, Jack weaves together Buddhist Sutta, teaching advice from Ram Dass, & an unknowing koan from his daughter—inviting us into the sacred pause of mystery & eternity.Jack Kornfield shares a dharma talk on 'The Sacred Pause' – originally airing 3/22/21 from his ongoing Spirit Rock Monday night livestreams.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

NDA's Deer Season 365
Planting and Maintaining Apple Trees For Better Deer Hunting With NDA‘s Mike Edwards

NDA's Deer Season 365

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 72:52


In this episode of the Deer Season 365 Podcast, we're talking with NDA Director of Grassroots, Mike Edwards, about planting and maintaining apple trees for better deer hunting. Mike dives into selecting the right rootstock and varieties, the entire planting process, and how to maintain the trees for maximum results. If you've ever considered apple trees for your hunting property, this episode is for you! Important Links: Mike's YouTube Presentation on Planting & Maintaining Apple Trees Contact Mike Edwards by email Follow Mike on Instagram Follow Brian Grossman on Instagram NDA's Big Ruttin' Buck Sweepstakes Sign up for NDA's free weekly e-newsletter Subscribe to the Podcast on: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Spotify iHeartRadio Stitcher About the National Deer Association The National Deer Association (NDA) is a non-profit deer conservation group that works to ensure the future of wild deer, wildlife habitat and hunting. Thank you for subscribing to our podcast! Support NDA's mission by becoming a member today. NDA has the highest ranking from Charity Navigator, an independent group that monitors non-profits for financial efficiency and effectiveness. Learn more about deer and deer hunting in our weekly, free e-newsletter. Follow us on our other channels: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube

Coram Deo Church Sermon Audio
Lazarus & the Love of Jesus | John 11:1-44

Coram Deo Church Sermon Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 39:49


The Gospel of John is one of the most beloved and influential books of the Bible. It describes “the remarkable invasion of the world by God” (G. Burge). It's written with the express purpose “that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God” (John 20:31). In this preaching series, we journey through the Fourth Gospel, seeking to better understand who Jesus Christ is and why he's worthy of our trust, worship, and obedience. Learn more at https://cdomaha.com

Into the Garden with Leslie
43: Magnolia macrophylla, Tim Schipper of ColorBlends Bulbs, Bulb planting tips

Into the Garden with Leslie

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 48:37


Tim Schipper, owner and founder of ColorBlends gives us the low down on bulbs-- what the 'blends' are, ideas on how to keep them coming back or not to worry if they don't and planting times. ColorBlends is my favorite bulb source and I just love how you get a brown scaly golf ball in fall and it becomes a magical flower a few short months later. The Plant of the Week is the Big Leafed Magnolia, whose offspring are blowing around in my yard right now like sails, and in The Play List we talk about bulb placement tips and leaving the leaves-- not just for habitat, but for soil enrichment, as I heard on Tom Christopher's conversation with Eric Fleisher of F2 Environmental Design December 1 podcast.

Gardeners' Question Time
GQT at Home: Orchid Hunting and Clay Soil Planting

Gardeners' Question Time

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 42:05


Kathy Clugston hosts the horticultural programme featuring a group of gardening experts, including Anne Swithinbank, Chris Beardshaw, and Christine Walkden, who are on hand to answer the gardening queries of a virtual audience. This week, the panellists offer up their advice on managing mistletoe, adding lime to soil, and planting for those ever-so British wet conditions. Beyond the questions, Anne Swithinbank chats to Mike Waller and Sean Cole about hunting for orchids in the wild and Juliet Sargeant joins us from Brighton to tell the tale of her two favourite elm trees. Producer - Daniel Cocker Assistant Producer - Bethany Hocken A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4

Gardening Australia
FAQs – No fruit on kiwi vine | Planting for cassowaries | Manageable ground covers

Gardening Australia

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021


Tino shares tips on growing kiwifruit, Jerry suggests food plants for cassowaries and Clarence introduces a groundcover that won't take over the garden.

Regenerative Skills
Akiva Silver on propagating plants and starting a nursery business Part 1

Regenerative Skills

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 31:01


After the last few weeks of focus on the intricacies of Holistic management and building community in agriculture, I wanted to go back to some technical information on specific farming enterprises.  One of the most common questions I get asked from listeners and clients who are starting new projects is about where to begin. Those of you familiar with permaculture will know of the common advice to live and wait a full year on your site before beginning to design and implement your vision. This time of observation and information gathering can be essential to avoiding common mistakes and preparing your place and design adequately to begin, but it can be frustrating for many people who just want to get started. For that reason, one of the first projects I encourage people to do is to start a plant nursery. Not only will you start the long process of coaxing plants into maturity which is worth beginning as soon as possible, but you'll also learn valuable plant care and propagation in the process. Planting your own nursery can also save you money when you eventually begin planting out your design, and if you enjoy it enough and can find a market for saplings and seedlings, you can make good money selling nursery stock as well. There are also real advantages to growing your plants in the soil and environment where they'll live so they get the chance to acclimate rather than suffer a harsh adjustment from the heated greenhouse and chemical fertilisers so common in most plant nurseries.  In order to get a better understanding of just how easy and enjoyable it can be to start a nursery, I spoke with Akiva Silver who owns and operates Twisted Tree Farm, a homestead, nut orchard, and nursery located in Spencer, New York, where he grows around 20,000 trees per year using practices that go beyond organic. His background is in foraging, wilderness survival, and primitive skills. He has been observing nature intensively for the last 20 years, and cultivating a deep appreciation for life in that time.  This is a longer episode for this show and it's packed with useful and practical information so I've split it into two episodes. This first one dives into how Akiva first began to propagate trees and his transition into making a business out of it and supporting his family by growing plants. We also get into all kinds of propagation methods and where and how to find the best materials for growing nursery stock. Next week I'll conclude this interview by exploring how to build a business around growing the plants you love, improving your soil enough that you can eliminate fertilisers and other inputs, the maintenance and care of your nursery through the different seasons, and the sales and marketing side of the business.  In the lead up to the Holiday season, my good friends at Chelsea Green publishing have offered to give away two copies of Akiva's book “Trees of Power” to our listeners in Europe. If you live anywhere in the Euro zone or the UK you can win your own copy by joining the Regenerative Skills Discord server and messaging me that you want to win a copy of the book. I'll be selecting two people by the end of the week when the second half of this episode is released, so you've still got plenty of time. This is a great way to shortcut a little portion of your Holiday shopping to sign up and send me a message right away.  Join the discord discussion channel to answer the weekly questions and learn new skills with the whole community Links: http://www.twisted-tree.net/ https://www.chelseagreen.com/product/trees-of-power/