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Whistleblower Report – June 6, 2023, on the 79th Anniversary of D-Day in 1944, when more than 156,000 American, British, and Canadian troops stormed 50 miles of Normandy's fiercely defended beaches in Nazi-occupied France, we remember and honor the courage, faith, and sacrifices of our military. Codenamed Operation Overlord, the Normandy Invasion was the largest naval, air, and land operation...
Since 2021, Tenijah has hosted and produced Bring Birds Back, a podcast about conservation, formal/ citizen science, and of course—birds, told through the lenses of intersectionality and environmental justice.What's inspiring to me about Tenijah (among many things) is that she didn't grow up with a familiarity and love of being outdoors. In fact, she described her relationship as mostly centered around an avoidance. But, over time, she's begun to rewrite her nature-relationship and has uncovered so much richness in the process.In this conversation, Tenijah and I discuss everything from her personal journey of embracing discomfort and following her curiosity, to what it's been like for her as a Black woman to reclaim parts of herself and her community. We also talk stepping into your personal power, and we obviously talk about birds! Tenijah shares the number one misconception about birding, tips and techniques for bird observation, why humans are so obsessed with birds, and some weird bird behavior that I loved knowing.Resources:Homecoming ApplicationBring Bird's Back PodcastBring Bird's Back: The Zero Sum of it All with Corina NewsomeBring Bird's Back: The Feminist Bird ClubBring Bird's Back: Bird Love Language For the full show notes, please visit www.ournaturepodcast.com/tenijah-hamilton----->> HOMECOMING, my once-a-year retreat and course is back !!
The beginnings of many nations are marred by traumatic memories. This is certainly true for Turkey. The modern Republic of Turkey began with the dispossession and even eradication of many of the ethnic and religious minorities who had lived for centuries within the borders of the Ottoman Empire. The Armenian genocide is one of the most prominent examples. In Violence and Genocide in Kurdish Memory: Exploring the Remembrance of the Armenian Genocide through Life Stories, author Eren Yetkin argues that from the time of the genocide, which took place between 1915 and 1918, the government of Turkey has chosen to deny rather than confront the past. While Kurds acknowledge their participation in the genocide they explain it in terms of an instrumentalization thesis in which they were manipulated by Turkish authorities and Kurdish elites. For Kurds, remembering the Armenian Genocide helps them to talk about their own long history of victimization.
Messy Life Mighty Love Podcast
In this episode I share my journey of running but more what it is to remember what must be remembered and focus on the truly important. With a focus on Memorial Day but also remembering those who have lived well and are no longer on this earth
Beauty Me with Charisse Kenion
This week's episode is a blend of some of my favourite things - from the June issue of British Vogue's beauty pages courtesy of Twiggy Jalloh and Funmi Fetto to my latest palette purchase from Byredo; my beauty breakdown of Lana Del Rey's new music video and chatting about Summer scents with my friend Rachael, a true fragrance enthusiast. Rachael shares her favourite perfumes and advises us how to switch things up for Summer. Did you know that you can now listen to BeautyMe on Amazon Music? Wherever you listen, I would really love if you could hit that subscribe or like button. Feel free to leave a 5-star rating over on Spotify, or write a review on Apple Podcasts. Don't forget there's also my newsletter beautymenotes.substack.com where I often share imagery from each episode and you can subscribe for free. See you next time! 00:00 Introduction 01:30 British Vogue's June Beauty pages 22:07 Lana Del Rey's makeup for her new Candy Necklace video 28.32 Byredo's Remembrance Eyeshadow Palette 34:29 Summer Scents with Rachael Todd Links: Lana Del Rey beauty breakdown: https://www.tiktok.com/@charissekenion/video/7238984555540008218?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=7235892347757823514 Rachael Todd on BeautyMe: https://open.spotify.com/episode/5RNvG71AodXGllYVko5yTW?si=mEGsvuf4RkCBA2wal6YLbg Byredo Remembrance Eyeshadow Palette: https://go.shopmy.us/p-1594260 Kayali Yum Pistachio Gelato: https://go.shopmy.us/p-1594238 D.S. & Durga Pistachio Eau de Parfum: https://go.shopmy.us/p-1594241 Veronique Gabai Lumière D'Iris Eau de Parfum: https://go.shopmy.us/p-1594247 Vilhelm Parfumerie Stockholm 1978: https://go.shopmy.us/p-1594248 Estée Lauder Bronze Goddess de Lumiere Eau de Parfum: https://go.shopmy.us/p-1594258 BeautyMe on Twitter: https://twitter.com/beautymepodcastBeautyMe on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beautymepodcast/BeautyMe newsletter: https://beautymenotes.substack.comBeautyMe on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@charissekenionBeautyMe on ShopMy: https://shopmy.us/beautyme --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/beautyme/message
Jesus told us to come to the communion table in remembrance of Him, as Pastor Cameron discusses today. He knows our need to remind ourselves of His blessings and work on the cross!
Kirpal Singh: "Simran is the first step of the spiritual ladder." "By Simran of Holy Names, we get rid of the thoughts of the world. One feels the presence of God." "Simran bestows happiness, peace and bliss, and leads us to a state of super-consciousness." "Simran is a weapon against all dangers. It acts as a password to all spiritual planes. It gives strength and sustenance to the body and mind during trouble and affliction, and brings the soul near the Master." "Remembrance of God is the main thing before us to find the way to Him." "Simran gives pleasure and removes pain. By doing the Simran of the Lord, one merges in Him." Baba Ram Singh: "It is Simran only which helps us to focus our attention from this world outside and come to the Tenth Door and go within. So, we should do as much of Simran as possible. When we are eating, or when we are walking, or doing other mundane activities, we should continuously keep our mind focused on Simran. And that will help us to more expeditiously move on this Path." "Simran" is a term which means "Remembrance", the spiritual practice of remembering or being mindful of God by repeating his Name or Names. Devotees sing or chant various names for God. Higher spiritually, and more "within" is the practice of "manas jap", the mental repetition of God's name or names "with the tongue of thought" -- in other words, chanting names of God within one's mind. The Sants have always placed much greater emphasis upon mental Simran over vocal chant, as it takes one further within via the Third Eye Center. Definitions of Simran: "Repetition of names or thoughts; in Sant Mat, the simran [or remembrance] of worldly thoughts is controlled through the Simran [remembrance] of the Five Charged Names, repeated by an initiate throughout the day and when sitting for meditation as a means of collecting the thought currents at the Third Eye Center; Simran is also used as a password of sorts to higher planes and protection from Negative Power influences." (Glossary, Satsang Discourses of Baba Ram Singh) These sacred names that are to be repeated are revealed to the spiritual seeker by a living master (Sant Satguru) at the time of their initiation into Surat Shabd Yoga, the Path of Meditating Upon the Inner Light and Sound of God. What is the practice of the Name (Simran)? It is a form of interior prayer by which a person learns to keep his or her attention always in God, in every circumstance and situation, at all moments, through day and night. It is a form of inner remembrance that leads to a heightened awareness beyond the limitations of the physical world and the portals of death. Through meditation on the Name (Naam Bhakti) one learns to draw one's attention away from the outer world. There is however, more to Simran than the repeating of sacred names. Simran must be approached with the right attitude, the right spirit, for one's intent determines how successful the practice will be, and what effect it will have upon one's consciousness. Simran has never been intended to be a dry or lifeless mantra practice. The path of the Sants is a Bhakti path, a path of love and devotion for the Supreme Being. Thus, the true Masters have always instructed their students to repeat God's Name with love and devotion, as a lover calling out to one's Beloved, the Lord of Love. In Divine Love (Bhakti), Light, and Sound, At the Feet of the Masters, Radhaswami, James Bean Spiritual Awakening Radio Podcasts Sant Mat Satsang Podcasts A Satsang Without Walls Sant Mat Radhasoami https://www.SpiritualAwakeningRadio.com
For the past two years, Father's parish has hosted a Mass in May to pray for and remember children who've died before, during, or after childbirth. Listen in as Fr. Mattingly draws connections between the Blessed Mother's loss of her Son on Calvary, and the pain experienced by parents who've experienced miscarriage, stillbirths, and other losses of young children.
LDS Guided Meditation & Mindful Reading: Companion to LDS Come Follow Me Studies
This podcast is a guided meditation and mindfulness reading of scriptures that accompanies the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Come Follow Me curriculum. Timestamp so... Matthew 25, 5:23; Mark 14, 16:25; John 13, 27:18; Self guided, 33:17; This podcast is broken up into 3 parts. The first 5 min. is a guided meditation followed by a mindful reading of the scriptures that accompanies the weeks Come Follow Me lesson. The last 10 min. is a self guided meditation... or in other words, time for you to ponder, pray and reflect...or drift into much needed restful sleep. You can use the timestamps to listen to it all at once, or focus on one section at a time! This is not an official Podcast of The Church of Jesus Christ of latter-day Saints. Please email Me at email@example.com for comments, questions, or suggestions. love to hear from you!
The Sacrament is a time to think about Jesus. What a gift!
It’s Testimony Tuesday here on Equipped! How have you experienced the faithfulness of God in your life? Chris wants to hear those stories and he’ll challenge us with the power and importance of remembrance. Just as God commanded the children of Israel to tell the stories of His protection and provision for them, He calls us to do the same. Are you passing your faith stories along to your children and grandchildren? It is the greatest legacy you can ever leave them!
Follow along with Pastor John Carney here.
A Word of Encouragement with Vicky Mutchler is heard at 11:30 AM Central Time on Faith Music Radio. You can follow Mrs. Vicky by joining the On a Positive Note Facebook group.
Jennifer Jones Lee hosts your Memorial Day Monday morning Wake Up Call. As we honor the fallen and remember those who have served our country, Jennifer provides some history of Memorial Day and The WUC Crew plays a little Memorial Day Trivia. Then, some Biz Bites, as State Farm has stopped offering home insurance in California, employees being fired for chasing robbers, and southern accents negatively impacting the income for some. And Amy Mangueira joins the show! She's the author of "The Path to Break Free from Burnout" and hosts the "Life On My Terms" podcast, and comes on to share some insight about taking control of your life if you feel like you're out of control at times.
Hope in Christ: A Come, Follow Me Podcast
This scripture highlight looks at principles such as giving the Lord what we can and preparing to give Him our whole selves through consecration; making ourselves ready for service to the Lord and preparing our life in every way to be available to serve Him however and whenever He calls us; the idea of protection from Satan through unity in Christ; one of the identifiers of true disciples of Christ; and the sacrament ordinance with our promise to always remember Him.
Dr. Rita Woods won the Hurston-Wright Legacy Award for Debut Fiction last year for her novel "Remembrance." NPR called the book "A complex story of loss and survival told across 200 years by four women, united by the color of their skin." Dr. Woods is coming to Storyfort in downtown Boise this week. She talked earlier with host Gemma Gaudette.
Welcome to the Come Follow Me Podcast for Kids! We are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and we create this podcast for primary aged children (2-12) following along with the church's Come Follow Me Manual. This is a New Testament Bible Study podcast for children. If your children would like to be guests on our podcast email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you an assignment for a future week. This week we are reading Matthew 26; Mark 14; John 13 “In Remembrance” This podcast episode is a study of the last supper for kids. We will hear how Jesus instituted the sacrament. We will follow his footsteps and hear how Peter denies Jesus three times. We also learn about the woman with the alabaster box.
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From Come Follow Me:The day before He died, Jesus gave His disciples something to remember Him by. He “took bread, and blessed it, and brake it, and gave it to the disciples, and said, Take, eat; this is my body. And he took the cup, and gave thanks, and gave it to them, saying, Drink ye all of it; for this is my blood” (Matthew 26:26–28).That happened about 2,000 years ago, in a place most of us will never see, in a language few of us can understand. But now, every Sunday in our own meeting places, priesthood holders, authorized to act in the name of Jesus Christ, do what He once did. They take bread and water, bless it, and give it to each of us, His disciples. It's a simple act—can there be anything simpler, more fundamental, than eating bread and drinking water? But that bread and water are sacred to us because they help us remember Him. They're our way of saying, “I'll never forget Him”—not just, “I'll never forget what I've read about His teachings and His life.” Rather, we are saying, “I'll never forget what He did for me.” “I'll never forget how He rescued me when I cried out for help.” And “I'll never forget His commitment to me and my commitment to Him—the covenant we have made.”The thoughts, ideas, and beliefs we express on this channel do not officially represent The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. For additional information or official statements, please visit the website below.The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints:https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/?lang=eng#biblestudy #oldtestament #religion #churchofjesuschrist #ldspodcast #christianpodcast #missionary #lds #biblestories #christ #faith #faithinchrist #scriptures #bookofmormon #doctrineandcovenants #pearlofgreatprice #temples #houseofthelord #mormon #mormonbeliefs #chritiansandmormons #god #endure #ironrod #faithineveryfootstep #generalconference #prophets #followtheprophet #commandments #love #service #charity #keepstriving #keeponstriving #gospelgrowthandgoodtimes #become #newtestamentSupport the show
Episode 23May 29 - June 4 | Matthew 26; Mark 14; John 13 | “In Remembrance”GossipsCS LewisBetraying Jesus#NewTestament #ComeFollowMe #ComeFollowMe2023 #TalkofHim #FindHimJoin hosts Ganel-Lyn Condie and John Fossum on this New Testament episode of Talk of Him as we explore these important themes, topics, and questions from Matthew 26; Mark 14; and John 13:How to be a peacemakerGiving grace to othersCharity and service—Invitation: Make a goal of serving a stranger this week. Or consider making peace withsomeone who has hurt or offended you. Remember, our treatment of others is inextricably linked to our treatment of Jesus! — Quotes & Links: Link to FIND HIM New Testament Study Guide:https://www.seagullbook.com/find-him-new-testament-come-follow-me-guidebook.html “Each time I read John chapter 13, I am reminded of the Savior's perfect example as a peacemaker. Jesus lovingly washed the feet of the Apostles. Then, we read, ‘he was troubled in spirit' as He thought about one He loved preparing to betray Him. I have tried to imagine the thoughts and feelings of the Savior as Judas left” (Neil L. Andersen, “Following Jesus: Being a Peacemaker,” Liahona, May 2022, 20).“You have your agency to choose contention or reconciliation. Examine your discipleship within the context of the way you treat others. I bless you to make any adjustments that may be needed so that your behavior is ennobling, respectful and representative of a true follower of Jesus Christ. Charity is the antidote to contention. Charity is the spiritual gift that helps us to cast off the natural man, who is selfish, defensive, prideful, and jealous. Charity is the principal characteristic of a true follower of Jesus Christ. Charity defines a peacemaker.” (Pres. Russell M. Nelson, April 2023)—Talk of Him is presented by Seagull Book and hosted by Ganel-Lyn Condie and John Fossum.
Garden Dilemmas, Delights & Discoveries
In this episode, we discuss the history and Meaning of Memorial Day and the Flowers of Remembrance. And reflect on Comfort Zone Camp, a grief camp for kids that hosts a loss-by-suicide camp the week before Memorial Day. One year the camp theme was a Phoenix representing resurrection and renewal associated with the bird on the first great seal of the United States. We wrap up on a personal note about losing a family member to suicide and the importance of mental health, which impacts our physical health. And how being amongst nature and gardens helps heal and grow our lives. Related Stories and Helpful Links Flowers & Meaning of Memorial Day About the Poppies in Flanders Fields: History of Veterans Day Poppies Comfort Zone CampA Little Hope FoundationNAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness 8888I'd love to hear about your garden and nature stories. And your thoughts about topics for future podcast episodes. You can email me at AskMaryStone@gmail.com. Thanks so much for tuning in.You can Follow Garden Dilemmas on Facebook and Instagram #MaryElaineStoneEpisode web page —Garden Dilemmas Podcast PageThank you for sharing the Garden of Life,Mary Stone, Columnist & Garden Designer AskMaryStone.comMore about the Podcast and Column: Welcome to Garden Dilemmas, Delights, and Discoveries. It's not only about gardens; it's about nature's inspirations, about grasping the glories of the world around us, gathering what we learned from mother nature, and carrying these lessons into our garden of life. So let's jump in in the spirit of learning from each other. We have lots to talk about. Thanks for tuning in, Mary Stone Garden Dilemmas? AskMaryStone.comDirect Link to Podcast Page
A Time Of Remembrance • 5-28-23 • Pastor Rick Perrine
Get ready for a hilarious and military-focused episode as DD214 Gaming takes a break from gaming and dives into the world of military traditions. In Episode 112, the hosts delve into the strange and comedic side of military culture, exploring quirky traditions that soldiers around the world engage in. From outrageous initiation rituals to playful competitions, they uncover the lighter side of military life. So buckle up and join us for a laughter-filled journey as we explore the wacky and wonderful world of military traditions.DD2 14 Gaming podcast is for mature audiences only. Any videos, music, or entertainment not originating from DD2 14 Gaming is used and covered under Section 107 of The Copyright Act of 1976, also known as 'fair use'. Opinions expressed are our own and do not represent any DoD or U.S. government entities as a whole. This podcast is for entertainment purposes only. Viewer and listener discretion is advised. You are no longer alone now, because we have you. Intro Music You Can Get It By Shrieks Outro Voices Getting Louder By Shrieks --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dd214gaming/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dd214gaming/support
Enjoy this weekend and the life that we have been afforded to live thanks to the sacrifice of brave men and women. In this episode we remember the men we served beside over the years. In the last 18 months the Guns Garin Memorial Foundation has given away over $150,000 to veteran families in need and are on track to give away their 20th flight school scholarship. They are passionately committed to their mission to care uniquely for veterans and their families, and inspire the next generation of pilots. Nickel on the grass... 2d Lt Alex Littler Capt Sean Ruane Capt Will "Pyro" Dubois Lt David "MEZr" Schmitz Maj Blair Faulkner Lt Matt Emmons Maj. Stephen "Cajun" Del Bagno Maj Rick "Guns" Garin Maj Troy "Trojan" Gilbert Lt Col Morris "Moose" Fontenot Jr 1Lt Kenneth “Kage” Allen --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-afterburn-podcast/message
Naples Community Church's Podcast
May 28, 2023 MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND Preparation for Worship Time for Gathering Opening Hymn “God of Our Fathers” God of our fathers whose Almighty hand leads forth in beauty all the starry band Of shining worlds in splendor through the skies our grateful songs before Thy throne arise Thy love divine hath led us past in this free land by Thee our lot is cast Be Thou our Ruler guardian guide and stay thy word our law Thy paths our chosen way From war's alarm and deadly pestilence be Thy strong arm our ever sure defense Thy true religion in our hearts increase thy bounteous goodness nourish us in peace Refresh Thy people on their toil some way lead us from night to never ending days Fill all our lives with love and grace divine and glory laud and praise be ever Thine God of our fathers God of our fathers Amen Prayer of Praise Song of Worship Prayers of the Church and Prayer of our Lord Offering and Doxology Scripture Lesson Psalm 33:1-12 Sermon God Bless America...With Refocused Remembrance Closing Hymn “Mansions of the Lord” To fallen soldiers let us sing where no rockets fly nor bullets wing Our broken brothers let us bring to the Mansions of the Lord No more bleeding, no more fight no prayers pleading through the night Just divine embrace, eternal light to the Mansions of the Lord Where no mothers cry and no children weep We will stand and guard though the angels sleep Through the ages safely keep The Mansions of the Lord Benediction: BIRTHDAYS • Sunday Prayer: Sundays @ 9:30 AM in the Sunshine Room and via Zoom • NO Bible Study: Mondays @ 12 & 6 PM in the Sunshine Room and via Zoom, off this week • Issues Hour: Wednesdays @ 11 AM in the Sunshine Room and via Zoom • Men's Lunch: 1st & 3rd Wednesdays | 12:30PM at Blueberry's Cafe • Memorial Service for Carson Beadle: Saturday, June 3rd | 4PM • F3 Ladies Luncheon: Friday, June 9th | 12PM at Bistro La Baguette, please sign up, individual checks. • Movie Night: Wednesday, June 14h | 6:15PM, at the Paragon Theater. $10/ person to Mary Rush, please sign up. Movie starts at 7PM, we will be showing “The Jesus Revolution” • All Church Brunch: Sunday, June 18th | After service at Ridgeway Bar & Grill, please sign up, individual checks. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/naplescommunitychurch/message
Oxford Bible Church - Living in the Last Days
The origin and basis of Holy Communion is the Passover Meal, for in it we remember Christ our Passover Lamb, who was sacrificed for us. He fulfilled the prophetic picture of Passover, for by His Blood He released us from slavery to sin and from the dominion of the kingdom of darkness, and sets us free to live a new life with Him. Derek describes the original Passover in Exodus 12. The Passover Lamb provided 2 things: (1) the BLOOD, when applied, provided forgiveness for sin and protection from judgment, and (2) the FLESH, when eaten, provided physical healing for their bodies (Psalm 105:37). The type of Passover was fulfilled by Jesus who died as our Passover Lamb (1Cor 5:7). (1) He gave His BLOOD for us, to establish a New Covenant with God, providing forgiveness from sin and deliverance from Divine Judgment, and (2) He gave His FLESH to us, providing strength, health and life. In Communion, the WINE and the BREAD represents His BLOOD and His BODY (flesh) given for us. As there was healing in the Passover, so there is healing in Communion, which is the New Testament equivalent to the Passover Meal, for Jesus instituted Communion at a Passover Meal. At the Last Supper, Christ instituted the Lord's Supper (Communion) as the Memorial Feast of the New Covenant in His Blood by saying: “DO THIS in REMEMBRANCE of Me” (Luke 22:19, 1Cor 11:23-26). He transformed the Passover Meal into its New Covenant fulfilment, showing how all its details were prophetic pictures of how He would fulfil the Passover through His death and resurrection. Pastor Derek describes and demonstrates the detailed Order of Service for the Passover Meal, and relates it to Jesus' words and actions at the Last Supper. In particular he shows how the Afikomen provides a wonderful picture of the Gospel. The AFIKOMEN (representing the Son of God) is brought forth from the MATZA TOSH (the Godhead). Only the MIDDLE PIECE of the 3 pieces of bread (the Trinity) comes into manifestation (the AFIKOMEN), which represents CHRIST, the SON, coming forth out of God and revealed in human form, while the Father and Spirit remained invisible. The AFIKOMEN is a picture of Jesus: (1) UNLEAVENED BREAD (He is the SINLESS bread of life), (2) STRIPED, and (3) PIERCED. The AFIKOMEN was (1) BROKEN, signifying Jesus broken for us on the Cross – His DEATH (Luke 22:19a), and then it was (2) WRAPPED in a cloth, and hidden from sight (signifying His BURIAL). Later, the AFIKOMEN was brought forth from its hiding (burial) place. This symbolised Jesus appearing again, having been resurrected on the third day. Luke 22:19: “Jesus took BREAD (the AFIKOMEN = the resurrected Christ), gave THANKS, BLESSED it and BROKE it, and GAVE it to the disciples and said: “TAKE, EAT; this (AFIKOMEN) is My BODY, which is GIVEN for you; do this in remembrance of Me.” The Afikomen is eaten after its death, burial and resurrection, so in Communion the bread that we eat represents the risen Christ, who was blessed with every blessing on our behalf. Thus we partake of His blessed resurrection life. The Communion Bread is the Afikomen, representing the resurrection life of Christ, given to us. Jesus interpreted the Afikomen as Himself, risen from the dead and giving Himself to us to eat. When Jesus divided up (broke) the bread and gave it to the believers, this represented the resurrected Christ dividing, distributing and giving Himself to us to eat, saying: “I am the BREAD of LIFE” (John 6:35,48). Then came the 3rd CUP of SALVATION: “He took the CUP, after supper saying: “This CUP is the New Covenant in My Blood, which is shed for you...Then He gave thanks, and gave it to them, saying: “Drink from it, all of you. For this is My Blood of the New Covenant which is shed for many for the remission of sins” (Luke 22:20, Matthew 26:27,28). This is the CUP of BLESSING that we drink at Communion (1Cor 10:16,17). Christ has GIVEN HIMSELF to us through His BLOOD and His RESURRECTION LIFE, and now it's up to us to EAT of His LIFE, and DRINK DEEPLY from His CUP of SALVATION and BLESSING.
Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson
On Memorial Day, Boyd invites you to pause for a moment of remembrance to think about the principles that drive the cause of freedom in our country. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Lake Zurich Mayor Tom Poynton joins Wendy Snyder, filling in for Bob Sirott, to talk about the meaning of Lake Zurich’s name, places you can visit when enjoying the summer weather, and their Memorial Day remembrance.
Elephant Journal: The Mindful Life with Waylon
On the anniversary of George Floyd's murder: Yogi & Peace Activist Reggie Hubbard has a message for ALL of us.
The Armenian genocide would not have been possible without the active participation of local populations. Kurds, who often coexisted in the same towns and cities with Armenians, undoubtedly played a part in the genocide. Eren Yetkin, a sociologist at Koblenz University in Germany, explores the memories of the Armenian genocide in Turkey. Author of Violence and Genocide in Kurdish Memory: Exploring the Remembrance of the Armenian Genocide through Life Stories, Yetkin is particularly interested in how Turkey's Kurdish community remembers this past. For more, listen to the June 6th episode of the Realms of Memory podcast.
Sarah Anderson, LCSW, interviews her previous therapist, Kenneth Robinson, MS, MTS, for a conversation about what constitutes a healing relationship. Although a conversation between two therapists, their discussion applies to all healing relationships, including friends, romantic partners, or between students and teachers. Their conversation touches upon universal themes of the human condition that blend the psychological and spiritual and range from trauma and safety to ecstasy and liberation. As Kenneth says, “Freedom is not a luxury; Ecstasy is not an indulgence.” Sarah writes about this interview: "My intention behind asking Kenneth to create this conversation with me was to demonstrate healing relationship. For me, the Western medical model too often objectifies "patients/ clients" rather than humanizing both healer and receiver. Sitting with Kenneth for eight years (with some breaks!) was transformative because I felt seen and heard in a new way, and my desire to help others was strengthened in this context of learning what it feels like to be truly safe in the world. Not that we can prevent death, pain, and injury to mind, body, and spirit, but it is our connection with others that contains these traumas and allows us to return home to love unconditionally." Kenneth Robinson has worked for more than thirty years in the healing arts. He began as an addictions counselor, then as director of a family counseling center, and for the past twenty-five years as a body-oriented therapist and teacher. Throughout that time he has been a student of meditation and yoga, and for four years he studied Alaya Process, a transpersonal approach to healing. He has a masters in counseling from University of Tennessee and a Master's in Theological Studies from Vanderbilt University. Beyond his practice, Kenneth is a poet, musician, and founding member of the kirtan group Chant Ram. https://www.kennethrobinsontherapy.com/ Sarah Anderson combines her love of energy healing with psychotherapeutic skills in her clinical social work practice. A certified Jin Shin Jyutsu practitioner since 2001, she went back to graduate school in 2009 to receive her masters in social work with the goal of supporting others in remembering their wholeness. Sarah uses multiple approaches in her practice, including mindfulness, transpersonal therapy, trauma-informed cognitive behavioral work, and narrative therapy. She enjoys reflecting back to clients the aspects of their being that were never touched by trauma, while holding space for the grief process involved in remembering the ways they have lost contact with those aspects. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/sarah-w-anderson-keaau-hi/450152 The Sacred Community Podcast is an inter-spiritual hub of the universal teachings, “Love, Service, Remembrance, and Truth.” Home to Sacred Community Project interviews, live workshop recordings, dharma talks, and meditations, each episode is carefully curated to ensure its alignment with SCP values. SCP works to lower the barriers of access to contemplative and devotional practices through free, donation-based, and affordable offerings, spiritual support, and prison outreach. Learn more and make a tax-deductible donation at: https://sacredcommunityproject.org SCP Logo: Beverly Hsu Music: Carl Golembeski
New York Times bestselling author R. F. Kuang on her new novel, “Yellowface,” cultural appropriation in the publishing industry, and the toxicity of expecting authors to have an online personality. Plus, sculptor David Ruben Piqtoukun (26:38) on his exhibition “Radical Remembrance,” how sculpting is a form of storytelling, and how his residential school experience felt like an “education in forgetting.”
[@ 4 min] We go ‘Inside the Huddle' with American bass-baritone Ryan McKinny, who will reprise his role as Joseph De Rocher when “Dead Man Walking” finally makes its Met debut next season. Oliver talks to Ryan about that Jake Heggie opera, as well the Heggie piece he'll tour with “Music of Remembrance”… [@ 27 min] In ‘Free Throw'… Apple Classical. Weston. ‘Nuff said… [@ 35 min] Plus, in the ‘Two Minute Drill'… Is LA Opera finally rid of the nightmare that is Plácido Domingo…? We're back with an all-new show next week when George reports back from the 2023 Opera America conference in Pittsburgh. Join us…! SHOW NOTES https://ryanmckinny.com/ https://www.nytimes.com/2023/05/12/arts/music/los-angeles-opera-placido-domingo.html GET YOUR VOICE HEARD operaboxscore.com facebook.com/obschi1 @operaboxscore IG operaboxscore
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We discuss the outlook for the conference finals and what the warriors may do in the offseason. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/loweringtherim/support
Tony Evans' Sermons on Oneplace.com
In this special Mother's Day series, Dr. Tony Evans' daughters, Chrystal Hurst and Priscilla Shirer will talk about how to help children see and embrace God and recall important lessons they learned from their late mother, Lois. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/222/29
Imam Khalid Latif is a University Chaplain for New York University, and Executive Director of the Islamic Center at NYU (ICNYU). Under his leadership, ICNYU became the first ever established Muslim student center at an institution of higher education in the United States. Imam Latif's exceptional dedication and ability to cross interfaith and cultural lines on a daily basis brought him recognition throughout New York City, so much so that in 2007, Mayor Michael Bloomberg nominated Imam Latif to become the youngest chaplain in history of the New York City Police Department at the age of 24. Most recently, Imam Latif was selected as one of 60 New York City leaders to serve on Mayor Bill de Blasio's transition team, helping to recommend and select individuals for key roles in the current NYC administration and was also appointed to a “Task Force to Combat Hate” by NYC Public Advocate Letitia James to deal with the rise in Islamophobic, antisemitic, and anti-Sikh sentiment in NYC. Support the Islamic Center at NYUOur operating and programmatic budget comes directly from donations and as our community grows, so do our expenses. If you are interested in making a one-time, monthly, annual, or general donation to the Islamic Center at NYU, please do so at https://icnyu.org/donate/.
Tony Evans' Sermons on Oneplace.com
In this special Mother's Day series, Dr. Tony Evans' daughters, Chrystal Hurst and Priscilla Shirer will talk about how to help children see and embrace God and recall important lessons they learned from their late mother, Lois. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/222/29
Breaking Points with Krystal and Saagar
Ryan and Emily discuss Donald Trump being found liable by a New York federal jury for sexually abusing E. Jean Carroll in a Manhattan department store in the 1990's, George Santos is charged and arrested by the Feds for Fraud, Biden threatens to ignore the Debt Ceiling, Ukraine worries their counter offensive might not move the needle, DeSantis takes an important step in moving towards announcing a campaign for president, Liz Cheney launches attack ad in New Hampshire against Trump, the CIA caught aiding the Biden 2020 election, and Congressman Ro Khanna joins the show to talk about Clarence Thomas and SCOTUS corruption. We also take a short moment to celebrate the life of David Miranda, a Leftist in Brazil with a long career of political activism and husband to Glenn Greenwald. To become a Breaking Points Premium Member and watch/listen to the show uncut and 1 hour early visit: https://breakingpoints.supercast.com/ To listen to Breaking Points as a podcast, check them out on Apple and Spotify Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/breaking-points-with-krystal-and-saagar/id1570045623 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4Kbsy61zJSzPxNZZ3PKbXl Merch: https://breaking-points.myshopify.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Remembrance Day Bombing was an IRA bombing which was carried out in the town of Enniskillen in Northern Ireland. The Provisional IRA claimed that they were targeting members of the security forces but instead ended up killing mostly elderly civilians. A lot of this episode focuses on where the IRA were getting their bombs from, which took them to the North African country of Libya.