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First Unitarian Dallas Podcast
11.28.21 SERMON: “Is God With Us?” - Rev. Dr. Daniel Kanter

First Unitarian Dallas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 16:20


Advent starts the season that leads up to Christmas. We ponder the myth of the season by finding its resources in hymns like O Come, O Come Emanual which claims, ‘God is with us.”

You, Me, and Your Top Three
Finding the Fit (wsg Kevin Browett)

You, Me, and Your Top Three

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 60:08


Finding the Fit | Kevin Browett, CEO of the Michigan Institute for Neurological Disorders, joins host Gregg Garrett to discuss his career journey from being a pharmacist, to controlling over an $18 billion business at the largest retailer in the world, to a multi-time entrepreneur and scale-up leader, to CEO. Of course, Kevin speaks about his top three from the former CEO of CVS who helped him focus on the future, to the owner of the largest Dale Carnegie franchise who taught him to be brave, to a successful Silicon Valley entrepreneur who taught him to take the leap on new opportunities, to his grandfather who taught him the value of listening. And you have to hear what he has to say about the role of failure and what that means in driving to the next level. Show Highlights During this episode: Transferring skills in the connecting world [1:20] Welcoming, Kevin Browett [5:14] The “Top Three” Larry Merlo, who helped him stay focused on the future [11:52] Systemic problem solving [17:05] Kevin's Grandfather Joseph, who showcased how to listen to be a great leader [21:23] Ralph Nichols, who taught him how to be brave [27:50] Being mindful as a mentor [33:12] Zaydoon Jawadi, who taught him to take risks on good people [38:26] Michigan Institute of Neurological Disorders (MIND) [43:23] Having a growth mindset for MIND [48:09] You have to hear this… The metaverse and impact of technology [52:45] Join the MIND team! [55:45] Failure drives big learnings [57:33] Stay in touch with Kevin! [58:45] Additional Information Contact Kevin Browett: Kevin's LinkedIn Contact MIND: MIND LinkedIn MIND Website Contact Gregg Garrett: Gregg's LinkedIn Gregg's Twitter Gregg's Bio Contact CGS Advisors: Website LinkedIn Twitter About Kevin Browett Kevin Browett is the Chief Executive Officer of The Michigan Institute for Neurological Disorders. Browett has extensive operations and business development experience with a wide range of industry knowledge. He has led startups, Fortune 500s, and has been a change agent when it comes to the healthcare model. In his role as CEO, Browett is responsible for multiple locations, 25+ providers, MIND's extensive neurology-based service lines including MRI, Infusion, Pain Management, Diagnostic testing, as well as numerous specialty centers dedicated to specific conditions like Multiple Sclerosis and Neuroimmunology Disorders, Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders, Alzheimer's Disease and Memory Disorders, and Migraine and Facial Pain conditions to name a few. MIND is a leading neurology practice dedicated to providing the most comprehensive diagnostic, therapeutic, and supportive services to adult patients and their families affected with neurological conditions. In an effort to improve outcomes and quality of life, MIND is one of the few comprehensive private neurological facilities in the country focused on the betterment of our patients through the use of onsite, cutting-edge neuro-diagnostic technology, neuro-imaging, infusion services and medical education and research. Browett sits on the Cranbrook Board of Trustees and serves as a board member for Duquesne University Business School and Oakland University. Sample Career Achievements: Strategic Vision: Evolved 77-year-old newspaper company into media group, restructuring product mix and transforming direction and profitability. Won Newspaper of Year award in 4 of 5 years. Pioneering Startup: Founded successful pharmaceutical distribution company, pioneering enterprise-wide process automation, merchandise mix, staffing, and store layout later adopted by CVS/Aetna. Business Development: Grew pharmacy startup from nothing to 17 stores, 300 staff, and $30M in sales within 24 months. Built entire Peoples Drugs pharmacy operation, setting foundation for acquisition by CVS. Successful Turnarounds: Turned struggling Peoples home health care division into top ROI producer. Transformed Kmart pharmacy operations, growing sales from $700M to $1.6B in 18 months. Innovative Product Development: Developed key strategic sourcing partnerships for Nutra Novus to create innovative, new products, driving sales from $17M to $32M. M&A - Divestitures: Handled multiple mergers for CVS Pharmacy and Peoples Drugs, including acquisitions or divestitures of Rite Aid, and IMASCO.

Round Hill Radio
Welcoming Afghani Evacuees - S6E17

Round Hill Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 23:19


Welcoming Afghani Evacuees - S6E17 by Round Hill Community Church

BirdNote
Welcoming Back Winter Birds

BirdNote

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 1:35


Although we may think of autumn as the end of the growing season, a sort of winding down in the natural world, for birds it's as much a season of renewal as the spring. In the colder months, we welcome back our winter birds — juncos, swans, and more — which spent the summer in their breeding territories to the north. Offering the right kind of food and environment in the winter months can attract these migrants to your yard! Learn more at BirdNote.org.

Party of Two

Welcoming back our good friend, Marlina, to chat about her poetry book launch! Marlina shares her journey and love for writing and how she got to publishing her 2nd book, Peach, coming out in December! Join Erika & Juli in shedding some tears through Marlina's beautiful poetry. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/party-of-two2/support

From the Friars (Catholic Christian Spirituality)
Welcoming The Light. 1st Sunday of Advent.

From the Friars (Catholic Christian Spirituality)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 8:36


Advent reminds us of God's love and fidelity, therefore let us welcome the light of God's presence in this new season. Listen to this new podcast by Fr. Jeremiah Myriam Shryock CFR to discover more.

Alan Watts Being in the Way
Ep. 8 – Man and Nature

Alan Watts Being in the Way

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 58:26


In this intimate session, Alan Watts shares distinctive philosophical vantage points outlining humankind's relationship to nature.Welcoming listeners into a seminar session from SMU in 1965, Mark introduces the pivotal Alan Watts lecture, 'Man and Nature,' which he describes as one of his father's most engaging talks, positively focused on ecology and our relationship with the natural world and ecosphere.Today's talk comes from the Tao of Philosophy from Mark's specially curated Alan Watts Essential Lectures CollectionSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Only in America with Ali Noorani
Welcoming Afghans, Part VI

Only in America with Ali Noorani

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 19:05


This week, we bring you the story of a diverse coalition made up of former presidents, business coalition leaders, and many more working together to help Afghan evacuees. In the last episode of our “Welcoming Afghans” series, we talk to Nazanin Ash, CEO of Welcome.us and Nadia Hashimi a member of the National Welcome Council at Welcome.us.   You can find out how Welcome.us is helping individuals and families at their website.

The Southern Tea
Welcoming Karley, Re-Introductions, and Thanksgiving Secrets

The Southern Tea

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 59:38


This week, we welcome Karley Lane back, but this time as the new co-host! She and Lindsie kick things off by discussing what first holidays are like post-divorce, the whole “stuffing vs. dressing” debate, and share some Thanksgiving staples on their tables. This episode is sponsored by: CreditKarma Follow The Southern Tea on Instagram! Theme music by Jason Shaw. Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License.

Motherhood Unstressed
Filmmaker and Author Sasha Sagan ON: Motherhood, Ritual, and Her Father Carl Sagan

Motherhood Unstressed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 35:17


In this episode of Motherhood Unstressed I am speaking with author and filmmaker Sasha Sagan about her new book "FOR SMALL CREATURES SUCH AS WE" which was inspired by her viral essay for The Cut, “Lessons of Immortality and Mortality From My Father, Carl Sagan”. Sagan is the daughter of late astronomer/author Carl Sagan and writer/producer Ann Druyan. Some of the topics we discuss: How becoming a mother prompted Sagan to tap into her secular upbringing in the hopes of finding a non-religious worldview to pass on to her child The power of secular rituals to process and understand the passage of time What it was like growing up as the daughter of Carl Sagan and Ann Druyan Nurturing a childlike sense of wonder as an adult for greater perspective and happiness  QUOTES "Those questions, our place in the universe, reckoning with our own mortality, those deep philosophical questions about existence, there's just nothing that's more interesting to talk about, to wrestle with" "So much of the book is a love letter to my parents... they both were comfortable with asking a question to which we do not know the answer and looking for evidence"  "Everything we consider traditional is new on the scale of human history...so I think there's a way to carve out the parts that are meaningful to us without feeling so beholden that we're in a position to go through the motions about things we don't really connect to"  RESOURCES: Get the Book: "For Small Creatures Such As We" IG: @sashasagan Website: https://www.sashasagan.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/SashaSagan CONNECT: Leave a review on iTunes (why do you love the Motherhood Unstressed Podcast?) Get the book "Motherhood Unstressed - Daily Meditations on Motherhood, Self-Care, and the Art of Living a Life You Love"  Got a comment, idea or question for the podcast? Submit via this form.  Subscribe to The Motherhood Unstressed Podcast Follow on Instagram @motherhoodunstressed SPONSORED BY: Kindred Bravely - Use code UNSTRESSED20 at https://www.kindredbravely.com Motherhood Unstressed CBD - Use code Podcast to save WANT MORE? Check out some of our most popular past episodes! Alex and Carlos Pena Vega Poet Kate Baer Seth Godin "Somebody Feed Phil" Phil Rosenthal  The Way of Integrity with Martha Beck Heart Mind Coherence Meditation  About the Author: Sasha Sagan has worked as a TV producer, filmmaker (she co-wrote and produced a film with best friend Kirsten Dunst, which was screened at Tribeca and closed Cannes in 2010), editor, writer, and speaker in New York, Boston, and London. Her essays and interviews on death, history, and ritual through a secular lens have appeared in New York Magazine, O Magazine, Lit Hub, Mashable, The Violet Book, and elsewhere. She regularly speaks on ways science can inform our celebrations and how we mark the passage of time. FOR SMALL CREATURES SUCH AS WE is a moving tribute to a father, a newborn daughter, a marriage, and the natural world—a celebration of life itself, and the power of our families and beliefs to bring us together. PRAISE FOR FOR SMALL CREATURES SUCH AS WE: “Read her work; you'll have a deeper appreciation for your every step, every bite, and every breath.” —Bill Nye, The Science Guy “This lyrical exploration of how we can find beauty in the natural world comes from the daughter of Carl Sagan, so it's no wonder Sasha's reverence for the cosmos shines through on every page. It's part memoir, part history, part reflection, and all a wonderful gift for your favorite reader.” —Good Housekeeping “Wonderful. . . An elixir for people facing personal crises in a secular world.” —Wall Street Journal “A look at life, the cosmos, and finding magic in our daily lives.” —New York Post “Like her parents, Sasha has the passion, brilliance, and ability to spark curiosity, skepticism, and hope, through the written word. Open mind required. No faith necessary.” —Boing Boing “[Sagan's] view is wide in scope and she draws connections between many fields of science, history, and pop culture. She's not afraid to speculate about the future, including the future of humanity. Her poetic, engaging prose will resonate with many readers, as will her refreshingly breeze and open-minded approach. While some writers today dwell on threats to humanity as if an apocalypse is already upon us and all our children will live horrible lives, Sagan suggests that, regardless of what's to come, we should make the most of the little moments we have on our little corner of the pale blue dot.” —Undark Magazine “A gorgeous collection of essays. . . Birth, anniversaries, fasting, atonement: She approaches these subjects with wonderment and a generous window into her extraordinary family history. . . Sagan writes with stunning clarity and absolute joy. . . For Small Creatures Such As We is a marvel. It dazzles and comforts while making us consider our own place in the vast universe.” —BookPage “From birthdays to funerals to the changing of the seasons to lunar cycles, [Sagan] thoughtfully explores how to blend science and spirituality. An eye-opening book for those who might question traditional religious celebrations but feel connected to the community, rituals, and comforts they provide, this is a refreshing, intelligent examination of faith, religion, and the many wonders of science worthy of celebration.” —Booklist, starred review “In Sagan's astonishingly beautiful and wiser-beyond-one's-years debut, her lineage bursts forth on each page like a literary and scientific big bang. . . [Sagan writes] 'We can be sure that our ancestors, all of our ancestors, contemplated Earth's place in the universe with awe.' For Small Creatures Such As We very much deserves to be read in the same way. . . A wondrous journey exploring how rituals and celebration connect to life's greater meaning.” —Shelf Awareness for Readers  “Welcoming and tender. . . Charming and appealing, this thoughtful work serves as an uplifting, life-honoring celebration of human existence.” —Publishers Weekly

Four Corners Church - Newnan
Welcoming While Differing

Four Corners Church - Newnan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021


Welcoming While Differing — Pastor Lonnie D. Bell, Jr.Romans 14:1-4Sermon Series: Romans (79th Sermon)November 21, 2021DEEP SHEET: Sermon Study Notes1. How are we tempted to overinflate the fact that there are big differences within the church in our day? How does studying church history provide a little perspective?2. How does this passage encourage us to prioritize unity and love in the church? To what extent has this been a priority for you?3. Who are the “weak,” and why are they described this way? How do the opinions of the weak in Romans differ from the positions taken by those in Galatia?4. What are the sins to be avoided for both groups, the “strong” and the “weak”? How does this highlight the inevitability of pitfalls in the Christian life?5. How does Paul provide a threefold reminder of the gospel of grace in his response to the weak?References: Romans 15:7; Ephesians 4:3; 1 Corinthians 1:10-11; Romans 15:1, 8-9; 14:5, 21, 14; Daniel 1:1-16; 1 Corinthians 8:1-13; Colossians 2:16-17; Romans 1:7; 3:24; 8:33-34; 5:1-2; 8:38-39.

Go Get That
Ep 12 - JORDAN IS A FATHER & Bob Gets In Trouble With Camp Spieth | Sammy Spieth Welcoming Pod

Go Get That

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 28:02


SAMMY SPIETH!!!!!!! Congrats to Jordan and Annie on their firstborn son! Bob however decided to spoil the fun and leak the news early, which got him in big trouble with Jordan's Team. That and more in this emergency pod.

Brofessional Development Podcast
Fun Episode: Welcoming Our New Intern, Bobby's Encounter with Ghosts, And Latest from Aaron Rodgers COVID-19 Protocol Violations

Brofessional Development Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 55:39


In this episode, we welcome Sal, our first intern, to the show. Sal attended Saint Louis University and graduated with a marketing degree. He now works as a transportation broker, where he loads shipments to ensure products are delivered in time. In the episode, you will hear more about him, what his tasks will be in the show, and other fun questions. We also talk about Aaron Rodgers' COVID-19 protocol violations, and the consequences he may face.    Timestamps [13:04] About Sal [17:10] Sal's job outline in the show [20:02] How Bobby met Sal [23:50] Sal responds to “who's your favorite” questions [26:21] Why Sal listens to Brofessional Development podcast [31:40] Other favorite podcasts [31:58] The who story about Aaron Rodgers COVID-19 protocol violations [42:35] Sal's favorite book [43:37] Bobby's encounter with ghosts [48:30] The ‘elevator' speech. Quotes Everyone has their own story. Everyone knows how they became successful. To hear all that is pretty cool. I feel like I'll bring little diversity in the group, like to spice up things a little bit here. I'd like to learn about how this whole podcast works. Mentioned Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts (goodreads.com)   Previous Episodes Skillset Vs Mindset - Brofessional Development Podcast | Podcast on Spotify   Man Up! How To Break Out Of Mediocrity And Take Control With Bedros Keuilian - Brofessional Development Podcast | Podcast on Spotify Please help us by liking, sharing, and subscribing to our podcast if you enjoy this content.  Listen to Brofessional podcast on: Our Website Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeartRadio Audible Stitcher   Follow Us Online LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-brofessional-development-podcast    Instagram https://www.instagram.com/brofessionaldevelopment/?hl=en  Facebook https://web.facebook.com/BrofessionalDevelopment/?_rdc=1&_rdr 

Only in America with Ali Noorani
Welcoming Afghans, Part V

Only in America with Ali Noorani

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 35:00


Picture this: two veterans helping Afghan evacuees find safety and build new lives in Ohio using mostly social media and fundraising sites. In one of the most moving and engaging episodes we've had yet, Matt Carpenter and Rick Stockburger detail their mission to help 150 people evacuate Afghanistan this fall. They also detail what some of these evacuees are facing coming to the US as well as stories of working and fighting alongside Afghan nationals in the hopes of building a more democratic Afghanistan.  You can watch the full conversation on our YouTube page.  To donate to their efforts to evacuate our Afghan allies, visit https://gofund.me/b2d2405b 

Asbury Seminary Kentucky Chapel
Welcoming the Child - with Laura Hunter

Asbury Seminary Kentucky Chapel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 23:12


Welcoming the Child

Optimal Living Daily: Personal Development & Minimalism
2167: Welcoming Seasonal Change by Kathy Robinson of Athena Wellness on Mindfulness & Reflection

Optimal Living Daily: Personal Development & Minimalism

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 11:05


Kathy Robinson of Athena Wellness talks about welcoming seasonal change Episode 2167: Welcoming Seasonal Change by Kathy Robinson of Athena Wellness on Mindfulness & Reflection Prior to becoming a certified wellness coach and author of The Athena Principles – Simple Wellness Practices for Overworked Professionals, Kathy Robinson spent more than 25 years assessing the wellness of Fortune 500 companies. She was a Chief Audit Executive and Chief Risk Officer before turning the lens from professional assessments to personal ones and began helping her clients optimize their well-being, especially in times of transition or when striving toward new wellness goals. She also teaches and facilitates online offerings based on her wellness methodology that include practices such as writing and meditation. The original post is located here: https://athenawellness.com/blog/2021/10/15/welcoming-seasonal-change Headspace makes it easy to learn and maintain a meditation practice that will improve your mood and help you feel happier. Go to Headspace.com/OLD and get one month FREE of their entire meditation library Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalLivingDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

First Unitarian Dallas Podcast
11.14.21 SERMON: "Gratitude" - Rev. Dr. Daniel lKanter

First Unitarian Dallas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 22:39


CropTalk
173. #LeadersTalkCrops - Welcoming the Newest Member of the CropWalk and CropTalk Team w/ Erika Verrier

CropTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 20:46


Know Better, Grow Better.  Erika Verrier is the newest member of the CropWalk and CropTalk team and #KnowBetterGrowBetter is her mantra.  Words can't describe how pumped up the entire team is to have her spunk, positive attitude, emotional intelligence and technical aptitude on the squad.  Outside of her unique tomato IPM and food safety experience, she brings a wealth of leadership and team development skills to our team.  Did I mention she loves sharing knowledge, as well as connecting people and ideas so much that she's starting her own CropTalk podcast series called.....drum roll please... #BetweenTheVines?!?! Check out this conversation to learn more about Erika and what she's got up her tyvek sleeves!!

Austin ISD X Podcast
HT&R Nov 13, 2021 -Superintendent Contract Extension, Long-Range Planning Committee, Superintendent Scorecard

Austin ISD X Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 39:08


Welcoming our new host. Emily, Candace and Cuitlahuac talk about the contract extension given to the Austin ISD superintendent. The three also weigh in on the district's long range planning committee, and the superintendent's scorecard currently being drafted by trustees.  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/aisdxp/message

Third Generation Networking Podcast
Barry VanHoozen, networking to success in business and politics

Third Generation Networking Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 29:00


What happens when you lose in your first election to public office? Do you quit? Or do you decide that you need to make better connections in your community and try again? Join us as we interview Barry VanHoozen and learn how he combines a legacy of service, friendships from over the years, and a simple piece of advice from his daughter into success in business and politics. Resources: - Dale Carnegie, https://www.dalecarnegie.com/en - Lancers - Zenobia Shriners, https://fb.watch/9hDb-qkByA/ - Contact email: barry@barryvanhoozen.com - Website: https://barryvanhoozen.com/ Groups Mentioned: - Business Networking International (BNI), https://www.bni.com/ - CN Community, https://connextnation.com Comments: https://www.facebook.com/TheReluctantNetworker/ https://www.facebook.com/connextnation/ Listen for: [1:20] Welcoming half of the power couple “HallieBarry” [2:40] Legacy of service [7:30] Upside/Downside of politics, networking, and business [9:05] Networking from scratch and joining for success [11:45] Tip #1: Be purposeful and strategic [13:10] Tip #2: Pay attention to names [15:62] Tell Greg you saw this Easter Egg (gpeters@thereluctantnetworker.com) [14:10] Tip #3: Don't hang out with those you know [17:55] Driving little red cars, just for fun! [19:05] There's a group for everything [23:20] Live with integrity and pick up the baton More Information: If you'd like more information about our virtual training programs, go to: https://www.connextnation.com/mini-course/ "Porch Swing Days - faster" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/3rdgennetworking/message

University of Adversity
Erick Godsey - A Masterclass On Trauma & Dreams

University of Adversity

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 101:10


Welcoming back to the University of Adversity, Erick Godsey uses cognitive, evolutionary, and Jungian psychology to help people discover, articulate, and change the stories that rule their lives. He is a part of the Fit For Service Fellowship program with Aubrey Marcus and a genius when it comes to healing trauma, understanding dreams and navigating the world of psychedelics. Erick is the host of the podcast, The Myth That Makes Us. Erick teaches people how to overcome their trauma and break out of addiction so that they can life self actualized and embody their truest self. Dr. Gabor Maté, Childhood Trauma Creates Addiction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojq-U13726E (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojq-U13726E)  IN THIS EPISODE, YOU WILL LEARN:  02:46 What trauma is and how it impacts us  40:27 How trauma can cause us to be bound by addiction 55:40 The power of journaling and psychedelics  1:11:14 Understanding and navigating our dreams 1:27:59 Learning to live in truth

Michelle is Money Hungry
CampFi Southwest Review: And a Conversation About Creating More Welcoming Spaces in the FIRE Community

Michelle is Money Hungry

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 21:26


Are you a FIRE focused person who is looking for FIRE events to attend? Are you curious about the CampFI events that happen throughout the year? In this episode I share my CampFI review, my thoughts about creating welcoming FIRE spaces, why I'm eating my words about attending EconoMe. And candidly share why I don't feel comfortable in the midwest and why that discomfort impacted my decision NOT to attend EconoMe. Finally, I share tips on what FIRE event creators can do to create better FIRE events.  Show Notes: https://michelleismoneyhungry.com/campfi-review

PBS NewsHour - World
How Maine is welcoming Afghan refugees

PBS NewsHour - World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 4:03


The Taliban's takeover of Afghanistan and the withdrawal of U.S. troops in August triggered a massive humanitarian crisis in the country as thousands of Afghans fled. Now Maine is one of many states welcoming some of the 50,000 Afghan refugees expected to be resettled in the United States. Charles Mugabe, who is a refugee himself and now a counselor with Catholic Charities joins to discuss the issues the most recent refugees are facing. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - Segments
How Maine is welcoming Afghan refugees

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 4:03


The Taliban's takeover of Afghanistan and the withdrawal of U.S. troops in August triggered a massive humanitarian crisis in the country as thousands of Afghans fled. Now Maine is one of many states welcoming some of the 50,000 Afghan refugees expected to be resettled in the United States. Charles Mugabe, who is a refugee himself and now a counselor with Catholic Charities joins to discuss the issues the most recent refugees are facing. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

For the Life of the World / Yale Center for Faith & Culture
Francisco Lozada / Theology of Immigration: Crossing Porous Borders, Welcoming Strangers, and the Faith of the Migrant

For the Life of the World / Yale Center for Faith & Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 53:37


What can the faith of the migrant teach us about a living theology? The resilience and communal outlook of immigrants offers a way of seeing human relationships—political, social, religious—as porous and permeable, meant to encounter God in the other, welcoming each other in love and hospitality. Francisco Lozada (Brite Divinity School) joins Evan Rosa to reflect on his experiences at U.S.-Mexico borderlands, leading travel seminars and teaching about immigration and justice from a theological framework—they discuss the influence of liberation theology's guiding principle of the preferential option for the poor, the centrality of history in understanding immigration, the problem of American xenophobia, and the racialization of U.S. immigration policy.This episode was made possible in part by the generous support of the Tyndale House Foundation. For more information, visit tyndale.foundation."Building bridges, not walls.""God doesn't see borders. In my theological thinking, I don't imagine a God or theologize a God asking, "show me your papers." God's asking different questions: Did you feed me, did you give me something to drink, did you clothe me?During this trip to Nogales, we came across a group of students and they were celebrating mass. We were walking right by them. We were on the U.S. side, they were on the Mexican side, and they asked, do we want to celebrate mass there? And what I see that moment is, that mass, that prayer was a form or expression of resistance, of pushing back there. There are no borders between us.Prayer doesn't see borders. Faith doesn't see borders. That's the power religion. I think the power of theology, the power of prayer, is that it works—not always, but in its true sense—it works to build bridges, not walls." (Francisco Lozada, from the interview)Introduction (Evan Rosa)Not like the brazen giant of Greek fame,With conquering limbs astride from land to land;Here at our sea-washed, sunset gates shall standA mighty woman with a torch, whose flameIs the imprisoned lightning, and her nameMother of Exiles. From her beacon-handGlows world-wide welcome; her mild eyes commandThe air-bridged harbor that twin cities frame.“Keep, ancient lands, your storied pomp!” cries sheWith silent lips. “Give me your tired, your poor,Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me,I lift my lamp beside the golden door!”"The New Colossus" Emma Lazarus, 1883The generous spirit, the welcome for the wandering, taking in the homeless stranger, the refugee—these words that inscribe the Statue of Liberty offer a hopeful image of an America with open arms, a beacon of hospitality and safety in a dangerous world. How do we square this symbol of welcoming freedom with the reality of immigration policy today? Detention centers crowded with young children separated from their families, exploitation of undocumented migrants for agricultural labor, billions of dollars spent on "the wall," the false nativism of fair-skinned European-American immigrants.Alongside the ideals of The New Colossus embracing the "tired, poor, huddled masses," a history of racial purity, exclusion, xenophobia, and fear can be seen in immigration policy, from the Chinese Exclusion Act just four years before the dedication of Lady Liberty, to the discriminatory immigration quotas of the Johnson-Reed Act in 1924, all the way up to the Muslim Travel Ban of 2017.In the spring of 2018, approximately 5,500 children were separated from their families by Trump's zero tolerance policy. 1,700 children still live in detention centers, 3 years later.But how does this balance with the rights of a nation to enforce and manage its political borders? How should those borders be enforced justly? How should we prioritize national security and cultural integrity with the call to welcome the tempest-tost stranger through our "golden doors"?Well, beyond the dizzying political and moral questions that we have with us always, Francisco Lozada is thinking theologically about immigration and the migrant experience. He is the Charles Fischer Catholic Professor of New Testament and Latinx Studies at Brite Divinity School in Fort Worth, Texas.Lozada draws on his experiences at U.S.-Mexico borderlands, leading travel seminars and teaching about immigration and justice from a theological framework. In this episode we discuss the influence of liberation theology's guiding principle of the preferential option for the poor, the centrality of history in understanding immigration, the problem of American xenophobia, the racialization of U.S. immigration policy, and the ways Jesus, himself a migrant and refugee, crosses borders and boundaries throughout the Gospel narrative.Thanks for listening.AboutFrancisco Lozada, Jr. is the Charles Fischer Catholic Professor of New Testament and Latinx Studies at Brite Divinity School in Fort Worth, Texas. He holds a doctorate in New Testament and Early Christianity from Vanderbilt University. He is a past co-chair of the Johannine Literature Section (SBL), past chair of the Program Committee of the Society of Biblical Literature (SBL), and a past member of SBL Council. He is a past president of the Academy of Catholic Hispanic Theologians of the United States, a past steering committee member of the Bible, Indigenous Group of the American Academy of Religion (AAR), and past co-chair of the Latino/a and Latin American Biblical Interpretation Consultation (SBL). He also serves on the board of directors for the Hispanic Summer Program, and mentored several doctoral students with the Hispanic Theological Initiative (HTI). Dr. Lozada's most recent publications concern cultural and ideological interpretation while exploring how the Bible is employed and deployed in ethnic/racial communities. As a teacher, he co-led immersion travel seminars to Guatemala to explore colonial/postcolonial issues and, most recently, to El Paso, TX, and Nogales, AZ, to study life and society in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands. Click here to check out his personal website.Show NotesIntroduction (Evan Rosa)"The New Colossus," Emma Lazarus, 1883 (see above)Relationality, borderlands, and solidarityLife shared togetherWhat does solidarity mean in the context of immigration?Paolo Freire, Pedagogy of the OppressedJon Sobrino, SJ"How do you bring us churches in solidarity with the plight of the poor in Latin America?"The guiding principles of liberation theology and their influence on immigration theologyPreferential option for the poorJesus as someone with usResilience and the migrant's journeyReframing the narrative of why migration occurs.Common misconceptions (narratives) about why people migrate"How you understand migration will influence how you respond to immigration."Nationalism, nativism, and scarce resourcesResponsibility comes from our relatedness and living off the benefits of oppressive history"Immigration is historical. You can't construct an immigration response that's ahistorical."Oscar Martinez, Troublesome Border"The border is not fixed."Jesus crossing borders in the Gospel of JohnRelationships that break through bordersSamaritan womanCenturionAre borders meant to be crossed?Why migrants cross, how migrants cross, and how borders are maintained.The narrative is the encounter itself.XenophobiaA reckoning with our complicity with the construction of whitenessNationality Act of 1790Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882Johnson-Reed Act of 1924 Hart-Celler Immigration Act of 1965Whiteness and the history of U.S. Immigration Policy"The New Colossus" (Inscription  on the Statue of Liberty): "Give me your tired, your poor, / Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, / The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. / Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me, / I lift my lamp beside the golden door!”How do we interpret human mobility?How do we understand our past?"It can't begin out of an abstract reality, it has to begin with a lived reality. That's liberation."The faith of the migrantResilience Production NotesThis podcast featured biblical scholar Francisco LozadaEdited and Produced by Evan RosaHosted by Evan RosaProduction Assistance by Martin Chan, Nathan Jowers, Natalie Lam, and Logan LedmanA Production of the Yale Center for Faith & Culture at Yale Divinity School https://faith.yale.edu/aboutSupport For the Life of the World podcast by giving to the Yale Center for Faith & Culture: https://faith.yale.edu/give

The Good Life: Andrew Leigh in Conversation
Violet Roumeliotis on welcoming refugees (Rebroadcast)

The Good Life: Andrew Leigh in Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 53:29


Violet Roumeliotis on welcoming refugees.

You, Me, and Your Top Three
Turning Hardship into Differentiation (wsg John Katona)

You, Me, and Your Top Three

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 48:06


Turning Hardship Into Differentiation | John Katona, Industrial Engineer at General Motors and CEO JKNK Studios, joins host Gregg Garrett to discuss his unique journey in life that includes a paralyzing car accident that re-rerouted, and in some ways accelerated, his journey. Of course, John speaks about his top three ranging from his father who taught him a unique business model, to his pastor who introduce him to making music with others, to an advisor who fostered a passion for engineering. And you have to hear what he says about the intimate nature of creating music with a team. About John Katona John Katona is a human factors engineer at GM, with a bachelors and masters degree in industrial and systems engineering from Oakland University.  He is also a record producer, runs JK (Not Kidding) Studios, and founded Bird Fight Records.  His other passion besides engineering and music is accessibility, both for the future of mobility and in his studio, which is completely wheelchair accessible. Show Highlights During this episode: Learning to be resilient [1:20] Starting is the hardest part of a transformation [3:30] John Katona – an emerging leader [5:24] Welcoming, John Katona [7:54] The “Top Three” Joe Katona, John's Dad, who taught him how to build a life around a passion [10:46] Robert Van Til, who fostered a passion for engineering [16:05] Pastor Kevin Cook, who introduced John to making music with others [20:54] Many colleagues and bosses [25:45] The importance of inclusivity [27:30] The broad topic of mobility [33:45] Fight for what you deserve [34:15] Launching a music business [39:37] You have to hear this… The importance of valuing people [44:40] Stay in touch with John! [46:30] Additional Information Contact John Katona: John's LinkedIn John's Website John's Instagram Contact Gregg Garrett: Gregg's LinkedIn Gregg's Twitter Gregg's Bio Contact CGS Advisors: Website LinkedIn Twitter

Hope Fellowship Church
Welcoming – James 2:1-13

Hope Fellowship Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021


Curtis Cook / James 2:1-13

Only in America with Ali Noorani
Welcoming Afghans, Part IV: Veterans Day

Only in America with Ali Noorani

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 12:02


Veterans Day is a day to celebrate the military men and women who have served and are serving in the Armed Forces – and their commitment to the effort to welcome Afghans to America is no exception. In this week's episode, we look at how the military community has stepped up to the challenge of welcoming new arrivals – and how these connections, along with new legislation, can set Afghans up for success.    We speak this week with Margaret Stock, an immigration attorney and retired Lieutenant Colonel in the U-S Army Reserve. Also included in this week's episode are Nazanin Ash, the CEO of Welcome.us, and Nadia Hashimi, a pediatrician, novelist, and member of the Welcome.us coalition.    You can find out how Welcome.us is helping individuals and families at their website.

First Unitarian Dallas Podcast
11.07.21 SERMON: “Risking a New Story” - Rev. Ruth MacKenzie

First Unitarian Dallas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 27:07


Creation stories shape us whether we are conscious of their influence or not. They weave their way through culture and practices that help or hinder our sense of well-being, reciprocity and gratitude. This Sunday we explore creation stories, including the creation story of the first Thanksgiving, asking, “What are the stories that might ‘reconstitute the world?'”

The Common Good Podcast
David Mathis shares encouragement from his new book, “Humbled: Welcoming the Uncomfortable Work of God,” Brian and Aubrey comment on a SNL sketch on abortion, and they unpack Trevin Wax's article, “Why Suffering Pushes Us Toward or Pulls Us Away fr

The Common Good Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 50:58


(00:00-8:02): Brian and Aubrey shared their thoughts on the SNL Weekend Update sketch, “Goober the Clown on Abortion.” (8:02-26:40): David Mathis, Executive Editor for desiringGod.org and Pastor at Cities Church, joined Brian and Aubrey to talk about his new book, “Humbled: Welcoming the Uncomfortable Work of God.” Learn more about David's book and his articles at desiringgod.org and connect with him on Twitter at @davidcmathis (26:40-32:51): Brian and Aubrey discussed Trevin Wax's Gospel Coalition blog post, “Why Suffering Pushes Us Toward or Pulls Us Away from God.” (32:51-42:18): Brian and Aubrey shared their thoughts on the following Christianity Today articles on abortion: “The Pro-Life Cause Is Now a Lower Priority for Christians. That's Bad News for Everybody.” “Pro-Lifers Aren't Hypocrites” (42:18-50:58): Brian and Aubrey chatted about Dionne Warwick's appearance on SNL. They also discussed Binyamin Appelbaum and Damon Winter's New York Times article, “3,000 Miles From Glasgow, a Town and Its Polar Bears Face the Future.” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Middlesbruh Podcast
Welcoming Wilder - 46

Middlesbruh Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 25:10


Its time to welcome Chris Wilder to the club. Its been a while, sit back and enjoy an episode of the Bruh's chatting about Neil's departure and Wilder's arrival. Follow us @Middlesbruhpod on Twitter!

Rokcast
Out of State Success with Jake Acker

Rokcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 45:09


Rokslide forum member and Texas resident Jake Acker joins us today to talk elk. Jake has been hunting out of state for a number of years and shot a bull in Montana this year measuring in the 360's. Broken bows, quitting jobs and not calling in bulls are all part of this conversation. Welcoming our new sponsor, Black Rifle Coffee Co. -> https://www.blackriflecoffee.com/ Enter code Rokcast for 20% off OnX Hunt Maps -> http://www.onxmaps.com/hunt

Westside Church of Christ: Bakersfield

A second important reason why Christians are called to practice the ministry of hospitality is found in Matthew 25:31-40. Jesus teaches us that whatever we do for the least of these, we do for him. Welcoming strangers, feeding the sick, clothing the hungry--when we care for others, Jesus receives that as if we were doing it all for him personally.

DTS - Derrick and Tony Show
107- Limp Biscuit In My Pants For Everquest Raid Night - DTS Podcast

DTS - Derrick and Tony Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 119:00


Grats to the Braves, Welcoming new animals to the family, Covid in the NFL, Movie and TV news, Video game updates, and a bunch of wrestling stuff before we finish with what we've watched and played.

Our Body Politic
What the Elections Teach Us About Swing Voter Issues Today, How Race and Ethnicity Shape Young People of Color Politically, and Why Welcoming Refugees Helps Us

Our Body Politic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 48:30


Host Farai Chideya talks with longtime immigrant rights expert Cecilia Muñoz about Welcome.US, a website that connects people to the process of resettling newcomers. Our Body Politic contributors Diane Wong and Jenn Jackson, researchers at the GenForward survey, share their findings about the favorability of both major parties with young people of color. Author and global citizen Chloe Dulce Louvouezo embarks on an exploration of identity in her book, "Life, I Swear: Intimate Stories From Black Women on Identity, Healing and Self-Trust.” And on Sippin' the Political Tea, Errin Haines of the 19th and Tiffany Jeffers of Georgetown Law dissect the week's news with Farai, going through the major elections this month and what they say about the issues getting voters to the polls.EPISODE RUNDOWN1:04 Cecilia Muñoz on her new initiative to help us welcome refugees10:51 The data scientists at GenForward on young people of color and the two-party system21:21 Author Chloe Dulce Louvouezo on finding home in herself29:35 Sippin' the Political Tea: Our Body Politic contributors Errin Haines and Tiffany Jeffers cover the week's news with Farai Chideya

Profit Cleaners: Grow Your Cleaning Company and Redefine Profit

“Everything around us is always changing” - Brandon Change is a positive thing, but only if you're willing to embrace it. Change is an opportunity to quit doing what isn't working, to start doing what works better, and to keep doing what is working. Transformation can't take place without change -- and any major transition provides an opportunity for a fresh start.In this episode, Brandon Schoen shares some big changes in his life, his current goals, and what is going on with the local cleaning business right now. Listen in as Brandon gives tips and encouragement about the changes that we need in our lives -- both professional and personal.Highlights:[01:02] Change is inevitable[05:09]The importance of mindset when dealing with change[06:49]The REAL reason behind starting any business[10:08]Brandon's life updates[12:05]Finding (and making) opportunities to improve your business Links:https://profitcleaners.com/

I Should Be Writing
[NaNo] 21 Day 3: Welcoming ML Valerie Valdes

I Should Be Writing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 39:39


Had a good morning sprinting, and I'm almost caught up! had a lot of fun talking with Valerie Valdes, author of Chilling Effect. Today's goal: 5000   4313 / 50000 words. 9% done! Affiliate Links Six Wakes Chilling Effect: A Novel

Simple Saturdays
145. You aren’t alone mama, I go through that too

Simple Saturdays

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 19:58


I knew I had to share this episode as I heard more and more coaching clients tell me how much they appreciated hearing me say that I don't always enjoy my kids, that I was a mom martyr, that pregnancy was hard.  I keep hearing how much it matters to hear that they aren't alone in these struggles of motherhood.  In this episode I am talking about: Feeling like you aren't 'normal' Welcoming the resistance you might feel to the idea that you aren't alone What I have seen in coaching groups of women and moms The struggles I have in my own home, maybe you have them too  Sibling rivalry Having compassion for ourselves allows us to have it for others Being honest about our struggles Allowing people in, and offering support to others Stop by the Facebook community group or send me a message through Instagram.                View this post on Instagram                         A post shared by kristen bell (@kristenanniebell)     The list of links you might like/mentioned in this post: Permission to grieve (having a parent with dementia) Dear friend, you are not alone My C-Section and the feelings I was ashamed to admit I had The Baby That Always Cried (Our Story With Esophagitis) A Mom No Matter What (For the mom who had a hard labour and delivery) God's grace in difficult parenting  Marriage posts When they tell me I'm lucky to have him 12 ways to heal and strengthen your marriage Mom martyr (making motherhood harder than it needs to be) When I realized I didn't enjoy my kids The Sibling Rivalry podcast episode that changed my whole mindset around parenting    Full Episode Transcript (unedited) 0:06 Hey friends, it's Shawna, your nerdy girlfriend and life coach from simple purpose.ca. Welcome to the salon purpose podcast. If you are a regular listener, you may have noticed I did not have an episode out last week. And I just thank you for your graciousness in me taking that break. 0:22 If you are in the simple on purpose Facebook community group, you know why that I took that break, I had spent the weekend before at my parents house. And we were decluttering, this room in that house that was just stuffed full of boxes, and scrapbooking supplies and pictures and writings. And this isn't unusual for my childhood home to have boxes of stuff, particularly a room of boxes of stuff. And this was just a process that we as a family had been planning on doing. Since my mother went into care in December with dementia, we knew that we wanted to start addressing these areas in the house that were built up that we could just kind of sort through it, see what's there, start honoring what's there and just makes use of the space a little bit better. 1:08 So I went with my siblings and my dad and we went through things box by box item by item, it was a lot of sorting, I would definitely put an emphasis on the ability to sort is key to good decluttering. But it was also hard. It was also healing, it was hard it brought us together, I think. And you know, that's just something that I felt like I had a lot in my head a lot in my heart. And I just wanted to take last week off and give myself the space to unpack that on my own. Without adding more to my plate. 1:42 You might also know that I work a couple of days a week with the local health authority. And then I have coaching in school on top of that, that I also do. So my weeks do feel very full. I do feel like my simple slow life has definitely been up ended a little bit this year for a lot of very purposeful things that I want to be working on. 2:05 Anyways, if you want to message me privately, if you are wondering about decluttering if you're wondering also about having a parent with dementia, and you have specific questions on that, I'm thinking about maybe doing an episode on that if people have questions.

First Unitarian Dallas Podcast
10.31.21.SEMON: "All Souls" - Rev. Dr. Daniel Kanter

First Unitarian Dallas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 20:36


Our annual remembrance of those in our church community we've lost in the past year.

Only in America with Ali Noorani
Welcoming Afghans Part III

Only in America with Ali Noorani

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 12:17


Through digital and in-person efforts, countless people around the U.S. continue to help Afghan evacuees resettle in their new community. This week we bring you stories from two local organizations helping in a big way.   In this third part of the series, we speak with Debra Lang, Executive Director of KindWorks, and Russell Smith, CEO of Refugee Services of Texas.     Find out more about how these two organizations are helping resettle Afghan individuals and families on their sites.  

You, Me, and Your Top Three
State of Risk and Trust (wsg Steve Fleischmann)

You, Me, and Your Top Three

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 67:51


State of Risk and Trust | Steve Fleischmann, Preempt Risk, joins host Gregg Garrett for a discussion on managing risk in complex ecosystems in support of profitable growth. Of course, Steve shares his Top Three who include an academic mentor who recruited him to study why civil wars occur, especially in the light of global terrorism, a direct report who is an expert diplomat who understands scale and the power of controlling the narrative, and the former CFO of a major U.S.-based energy company who understands the linkages of risk and trust. And you have to hear what he has to say about truly being brave. About Steve Fleischmann Dr. Steven Fleischmann - Strategic Advisor: International Security; Risk and Development Dr. Fleischmann has over twenty years of experience as a global expert in risk across a broad range of areas including: global energy markets, national and international intelligence and security strategy and diplomacy, and strategic technologies.    Dr. Fleischmann has been a principal in several global ventures in the technology and financial sectors, led a business intelligence team at a global Fortune 500 energy company, and advised investors and companies on issues related to direct investment, sovereign risk, infrastructure development and investment, and risk mitigation.   Show Highlights During this episode: Innovation at the fringe is built on trust [1:13] Innovation is now a “team sport” [3:20] Welcoming our guest, Steve Fleischmann [7:51] Protecting against risk [10:30] Working at the core of the world's infrastructure – energy [13:35] Defining risk management [16:08] Managing currency risk [19:16] The “Top Three” Phillip Rief: identifying how authority works [20:45] Destruction of trust: Is the next civil war upon us? [26:48] Allen Lock: if something is framed correctly, it can change history [31:12] Scale building in the digital age [35:13] Al Right: the linkage of risk and trust [42:40] In a time of transition or change, you must grab on to trust [47:56] You have to hear this… The barriers to entry are lowering for core services [51:31] Working in the investment industries – building capacity that will stay [57:48] Acknowledge that none of us are brave [1:04:51] Stay in touch with Steve [1:06:07]

The Neighbor Next Door
Neighboring Tip: Brainstorm on Welcoming

The Neighbor Next Door

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 18:18


This week, hosts Adam and Matt are joined by Kristopher Swanson for a new Neighboring Tip. This tip is more of a brainstorm on how we can be a welcoming presence in our neighborhoods, not necessarily to new neighbors, but the neighbors we know and have established a relationship with.We would love to hear your ideas on how you can be more welcoming to your neighbors! You can share your ideas with us and find more information about the Neighboring Movement on our website, www.NeighboringMovement.org.

Anchored
Anchored Podcast Ep. 191: Gill Steele, Born This Way

Anchored

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 67:29


Gill Steele was born to fish. The daughter of respected angler and shop owner, Dave Steele, she grew up in the fishing industry where she continues to flourish to this day. Gill is an avid angler, conservationist and community leader who faces challenges head on. In this episode of Anchored, we discuss the realities of growing up in a fishing family, the psychology behind anglers, and how the future looks for industry people who want to make a difference. This episode of Anchored is brought to you by South Dakota and its incredible Pheasant Hunting! For more than 100 years, pheasant hunting has been a storied South Dakota tradition. And for the next century, they're focusing on making pheasant hunting even greater. Welcoming more hunters to the field, showing the hunting community is for everyone: that's a legacy to stand the test of time.  Go to HunttheGreatestSD.com to hear stories from women who hunt and learn what makes South Dakota the world's pheasant capital.  South Dakota. Sportswomen welcome.

Postcards From Paris
Welcoming November with the sounds of violin

Postcards From Paris

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 1:42


The sound of each postcard brings alive a particular mindful moment in the every day life in Paris. These short episodes are released Monday, Wednesday & Friday. Your host, Tania Del Rio, leads mindful walks, mindful yoga & coaching sessions and corporate wellness workshops in Paris. For more information, please visit www.happyhealthyandzen.com

Girls Talking Life
#74 Alieta Casey [A Warm and Welcoming Home for the Holidays]

Girls Talking Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 35:14


Ready or not…it's time to start thinking about the holidays! I'm joined by Alieta Casey who is filling us in on how we can create a warm and welcoming home this season! Alieta shops at garage sales for unique pieces to decorate her home and started sharing her finds on Instagram for fun. She has gained a lot of traction and now uses her platform not only to share home décor ideas, but to pass on what God is teaching her. Alieta compares her treasure hunting to the gospel saying, “finding something that is old or broken or thrown out by somebody else…you take it and make it something beautiful and give it a place of honor in your home. Isn't that what God has done for us?”   MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Alieta Treasure Hunting Shiny Happy People Sophistiplate   ALIETA'S FAVORITE 5 Skinnygirl Sea Salt and Lime Popcorn Only Murders in the Building TV show on Hulu Antique Candle Company Tree Farm Candle Get Out of Your Head by Jennie Allen The Popcast   CONNECT WITH ALIETA Instagram | Facebook | Website   CONNECT WITH GIRLS TALKING LIFE Show Notes | Instagram | Facebook     FAVORITE 5 GIFT GUIDE I love hearing about my friends' favorites, which is what inspired the Favorite 5 segment on the show. This guide is a collection of guest favorites that will make terrific gifts for your favorite people this season! Grab the guide!

Pablo Mastroeni on RSL's playoff push, welcoming San Jose + more

"The Drive" with Spence Checketts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 9:41


RSL gaffer Pablo Mastroeni joins The Drive to discuss the club's playoff push, a win over FC Dallas, going 5-0 after losses, captain Albert, a matchup with San Jose + more

Anne Erickson on Audio Ink Radio
Motley Crue Bassist Nikki Sixx - Exclusive Interview

Anne Erickson on Audio Ink Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 28:35


Welcoming an incredible guest to the show! Motley Crue (@MotleyCrue) bassist Nikki Sixx (@NikkiSixx) joins Anne Erickson (@AnneErickson) for an engaging discussion about his new book, "The First 21: How I Became Nikki Sixx," as well as all things Motley Crue. From "The Dirt" to the glue that has kept Motley Crue together, Anne and Nikki cover it all! You know this is going to be a fun episode ;) Join private Patreon-> https://www.patreon.com/AnneAutumn Link up with Anne on social media at https://ItsMeAnne.com, and follow Audio Ink Radio the publication at https://AudioInkRadio.com.

HollywoodLife Podcast
Lance Bass Talks Welcoming His New Twins & Their Cute Halloween Plans!

HollywoodLife Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 14:55


Lance Bass joins the HollywoodLife Podcast to discuss welcoming his new twin babies and the long journey to becoming a dad. Plus, he reveals how the new family of four will be celebrating his favorite holiday — Halloween!

Jrodconcerts: The Podcast
Singer/Songwriter: Elke

Jrodconcerts: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 16:32


Welcoming a unique Musical talent carving her own sound, Elke (Kayla Graninger) who is celebrating her debut album 'No Pain For Us Here'. Recently released to critical acclaim on September 24th, 2021 the album features Elke exploring new sounds and a fresh musical range to create a haunting and unforgettable collection of songs. On previous releases – 2018 debut EP Bad Metaphors (produced by Shawn Everett: The Killers, The War on Drugs, Local Natives) and last year's follow-up EP Visitors – Graninger aimed to break down barriers of gender roles, utilizing the low end of her vocal register, inspired by songwriters like Nick Cave and Leonard Cohen. The new release, produced by Zac Farro (Paramore, HALFNOISE), who's most recent production credit includes Becca Mancari's critically acclaimed LP The Greatest Part expands on the incredible range and artistic palate of Elke's musical colors that audiences will surely enjoy. For more on Elke, follow her on Instagram @elkemusek