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Change Your Life... Change The World! Explore the bonuses and barriers that come with each stage of human development and how these stages connect us with, or block us from, our personal power. Discover how to embrace the positives and sidestep the barriers on your way to personal authenticity, and learn how to help others of every age become their best selves, too.
 
Think Queerly is a Human(e) Thought Leadership & Personal Evolution Coaching Podcast by Darren Stehle. In my writing and on the Think Queerly Podcast, I share skillful strategies to enhance critical thought, open-mindedness, and understanding to improve your emotional well-being and to benefit the common good. Inspired by my ongoing study of the Tao Te Ching, I offer a message of human-heartedness supported by neuroscience-based coaching practices that will help you develop insight, purposef ...
 
Intellectually honest. Spiritually passionate. Jesus at the centre. As a Christian community that strives to live, play and help in the urban neighbourhoods of Calgary, we have chosen the name Commons Church to indicate our commitment to making the imagination of God tangible in our space. We believe God is invested in the renewal of all things, therefore, we want to live the "Good News" by being part of the rhythms of our city as good neighbours, good friends, and good citizens in the commo ...
 
Short episodes with long perspectives on building the common good. You’re tired of angry talk radio. We get it. So are we. But maybe you also fear the media still miss perspectives and conversations on the big issues that matter to you. That’s what our podcast The Long Way offers: Short episodes with long perspectives on building the common good. Politics – society – faith – media – we don’t shy away from any topic. But we promise to be thoughtful about it, not reactionary. Host Daniel Prous ...
 
Good Trouble Media is on a mission to make equitable schooling and high-quality education an international priority. By telling authentic stories of the people behind and within global education systems, we provide engaging digital content and tangible tools to help game-changers and budding leaders commit to and grapple with improving our education system.
 
Minnesota Catholic Conference (MCC) is the public policy voice of the Catholic Church in Minnesota. MCC supports the ministry of our state’s Catholic bishops by: Working with political and community leaders to shape legislation that serves human dignity and the common good. Educating Catholics and the public about the ethical and moral framework that should be applied to public policy choices. Mobilizing the Catholic community to make its voice heard in the public arena.
 
Men often seek support from various institutions and organizations, like religion, academia, and family counseling. Ironically, their desire to be “good” men draw them into systems and structures which ultimately left them feeling “not good enough”. Common is the man who wants to enjoy certain aspects of life: joking, cussing, having hot sex with his super-hot SO, drinks on Friday, and golf on Sunday. However, we’ve witnessed these men feeling robbed of the peace and joy they sought in those ...
 
Welcome to the Theology on Tap Chattanooga podcast. In each episode, we feature a lecture given by a different writer, scholar, or public intellectual. Each of these talks explores the intersection between theology and culture and how theology can help better guide us towards the common good of society. These talks are given live at our monthly Theology on Tap events at The Camp House in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
 
Welcome to The PERENNIAL podcast with J.W. Bertolotti from the Perennial Leader Project. PERENNIAL brings you short reflections on ancient wisdom for everyday life. Each reflection is based on ancient philosophical and spiritual traditions designed to help you live your highest good. To learn more visit perennialleader.com
 
The Coconut Thinking podcast brings together educational provocateurs who are re-thinking school as a concept and a space. It is about advancing the conversation about learning for purpose and for the common good, not just for job-readiness, and certainly not to create docile consumers. Coconut Thinking is a place where we think and act to make positive contributions to the welfare of the bio-collective—all living things that have an interest in the healthfulness of the planet. It is time fo ...
 
The Famous Filson Sisters have been around the block. These identical twin sisters and heiresses to a vast family fortune have been entertaining audiences the world over for generations. From their early days on the vaudevillian stages of the Catskills, to their USO radio spectaculars, to their wildly popular television variety shows, appearances, and to the BROADcast podcast today, Ann and Nancy Filson are true pop icons and the original ‘twin heiress celebrities’. Of course, the Filson sis ...
 
In my book, Locally Grown: The Art of Sustainable Government, I talk about how our country's bottom up design of 20,000 zip codes, 50 states and 1 Federal government, brilliantly distributes power within that bottom-up infrastructure. Our Founders intended most governance to be done locally. And about the inherent dangers of too much centralized power. My book exposes the unsustainability of our government debt and the awful bargain we make when we exchange freedom for security. I introduce ...
 
We’re generally aware of hopeless idealists, but how many of us have ever actually heard from one? Ellie 2.0 is all about idealism and the journey of one particular idealist—Ellie Krug—as she works to make the world a better place. Only, there’s a slight complicating factor: Ellie’s a 61-year-old transgender woman. That simple demographic sometimes makes things particularly interesting. Or daunting. Where does the “2.0” come in? Because in another life, when Ellie presented as a man and work ...
 
A podcast series about a speculative monetary revolution about to sweep the world. In this series we will be talking about everything from Bitcoin, Gold and Silver, to the fiat standard. By bringing in politics, economic, anthropology, technological history; and some good old fashioned common sense; this series gives you everything you need to know about the coming change in the world's monetary order
 
Every Thursday Erin Moninn and Cristofer Pereyra have a Clubhouse conversation about what being a Catholic leader for civil society means. https://tliprogram.org/ Tepeyac Leadership Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to civic leadership development for lay Catholic professionals. Mission: To deliver civic leadership development to lay Catholic professionals in the U.S. and beyond. Tepeyac Leadership Initiative (TLI) is the name of a civic leadership development program for lay Catho ...
 
Keeping democracy alive Democracy is not a spectator sport, it requires informed participating citizens. On Keeping Democracy Alive, we delve into dynamics that both inhibit democracy and reinvigorate it. looking into issues from: domestic economic issues to foreign, labor, trade, and education policy, NSA spying, the drug war, prison, police, and judicial issues, electoral and protest politics, middle east realities, right and left wing populism, environmental and energy issues, the wealth ...
 
I have finished almost all my life span, never getting over basic existential questions of purpose, meaning, ethics - what could "good" mean? I(We) chat with other common everyday people. The underline is on "common", we want to learn from the actors in the normal curve. Some pods are solo (usually short), some are long-form chats. In either journey, lets have a pleasant ride together. Write in at amitabh.mwrh@gmail.com Twitter @ManWalksRH Image by Yuval Zukerman Theme Music by Matt LeGroulX ...
 
This is a podcast about volunteering in a modern day civil war, civilian life, and everything in between. This is a platform for people who have risked their lives for a common good, and how to cope with the day to day afterwards. Don’t take anything too seriously with this podcast, we’re just a couple of dudes having fun and educating the masses.
 
The Episcopal Podcast is an initiative of intellectual formation by Bishop Richard Umbers, auxiliary bishop in the Archdiocese of Sydney. In the context of a fortnightly informal discussion with co-hosts and guests, the podcast aims to bring awareness to the riches that make up the Christian intellectual tradition, which includes philosophy, theology, history, the sciences, languages and the arts. Conversations will last between 30 and 45 minutes and be organised around discussions on specif ...
 
A practical witchcraft podcast hosted by Bree NicGarran, author of Grovedaughter Witchery. Every month, join Bree for a discussion of secular witchcraft, with plenty of tips for witching on a budget, finding good resources, furthering your magical education, and keeping your common sense superpowers strong. We’ll also delve into the history of witches and witchcraft, and witches in folklore and literature, and how those ideas influence what it means to be a witch in the modern day.
 
The Dad Edge Podcast (formerly The Good Dad Project Podcast) is a movement. It is a strong community of Fathers who all share a set of values. Larry Hagner, founder of The Dad Edge Podcast (formerly The Good Dad Project Podcast), breaks down common challenges of fatherhood, making them easy to understand and overcome. Tackling the world of Fatherhood can be a daunting task when we try to do it alone. The mission of The Dad Edge Podcast (formerly The Good Dad Project Podcast) is to help you b ...
 
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Marriage Therapy Radio

Zach Brittle and Laura Heck at forBetter

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Look... every couple struggles. You fight too much; you're bored; sex is either okay (or rare); maybe you're even considering divorce. OR... maybe your marriage is actually pretty good, but you want to go deeper. In this podcast, straight-talking marriage therapists Zach Brittle and Laura Heck tackle the most common complaints virtually every marriage experience. Along the way, they reveal the science behind strong relationships and talk about what's really going on for couples. Topics inclu ...
 
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Weekly messages from Common Ground Church Wynberg. We are one church, many congregations. Whatever your thoughts about God and church, you’re welcome here! We are passionate about God and our city which is why we meet all across Cape Town. We exist to spread the good news of Jesus wider into our city and deeper into our culture.
 
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Robb Ryerse and Dan Deitrich wade through the week's political headlines, paying close attention to the continued rise in violent imagery and rhetoric from Republican members of Congress. Rep. Paul Gosar is censured for posting violent cartoons of him attacking AOC, Rep. Fred Upton on the receiving end of death threats for voting for the Infrastruc…
 
Controversy, confusion and confidence in God’s goodness, from antiquity to present.After being graduated from New York University with a B.A. in philosophy and Phi Beta Kappa, Rabbi Wayne Allen, Ph.D. attended the Jewish Theological Seminary of America where he earned a Masters degree in Rabbinics and went on to receive rabbinic ordination. He serv…
 
Smack dab in the middle of Erikson’s fifth developmental stage, we look at the ways our experience of being 13 to 15 shaped our adult selves. We discuss the importance of relinquishing a bit of control, accepting the fact of human sexuality, and banking … but not the kind you think! Dig Deeper: Use our graphic novel worksheet and allow your young t…
 
The Common Good podcast is a conversation about the significance of place, eliminating economic isolation and the structure of belonging. For this episode, we’ll hear the Abundant Community Conversation between David Cayley, Peter Block and John McKnight. Every couple of months the Common Good Collective helps to produce these interactive conversat…
 
In this episode, Rev. Todd discusses the God's presence with us, even when we are skeptical. EPISODE NOTES: Garth Brooks' Unanswered Prayers (Lyrics Video) First UMC of Newton, NJ worship livestreams on Sundays at 9:00 a.m. (Contemporary) 10:30 a.m. (Traditional). Join us for worship in-person or on YouTube. If you worship with us online and/or you…
 
Drew Tupper is a parent, husband, coach, educator and a coach of the Dad Edge Alliance. He is on earth to experience life. He's here to love. He's here to learn and he is passionate about parenting and conscious relating Drew is a coaching draws upon his background in education, parenting, leadership, spirituality and his own personal growth. Drew …
 
Recently, I read in the Guardian that "Top Republicans rub shoulders with extremists in secretive rightwing group, leak reveals." The details of the reporting stuck in my head. Then a question came to mind: Why are some rightwing extremist groups so secretive? What have they got to hide? The only reason these kinds of groups are secretive is not be…
 
In this reflection, we explore the topic of gratitude. The Roman statesman and philosopher Cicero called “gratitude not only the greatest of all virtues but the parent of all others.” But, how do we avoid taking things for granted amidst life’s challenges? The French philosopher and writer Voltaire, known for his wit, once quipped: "Life is a shipw…
 
This week we're talking about the intersection of theology and the economy. We speak with, Dr. Mary Hirschfeld, a professor of economics and theology at Villanova University and Author of Aquinas and the Market: Toward a Humane Economy.This week's action item examines the meaning of Advent and how we can make use of this time to build relationships…
 
Good morning, Americans, it’s Wednesday! Rioting has, as expected, started to break out over the Rittenhouse trial verdict. A Twitter timeline about Kyle Rittenhouse is shared. A German minister predicts that everyone in Germany will be vaccinated, cured, or dead by the end of this winter. A Guinness world record is set for largest nerf gun. Joe Bi…
 
Pat Buchanan was ahead of his time. He used the KKK’s David Duke to breed a new nativist religious nationalism, based on fear of liberalization. On this show political science professor Joseph Lowndes sheds light on how the Republican Party The post Violent Authoritarianism: How Did This Become the GOP? appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
The man who drove through the Christmas parade in an SUV has been identified. Kyle Rittenhouse recounts what happened that night in Kenosha in an interview with Tucker Carlson. He also details how his time in jail was an interesting experience. Alex Jones has been subpoenaed over his situation with January 6. Days after the Rittenhouse verdict, and…
 
Church tradition holds that 16th-century reformer Martin Luther despised the epistle of James, going so far as to say that it contained little to none of “the nature of the Gospel.” One of Luther’s biggest complaints was that this early Christian letter contains only the slightest mention of Jesus, which is why he thought it had so little to offer.…
 
Keith gets stung by a bee over the weekend? BYU is somehow still below Michigan State and Oregon, even after both of those teams got destroyed. An SUV drives right through a Christmas parade in Wisconsin. Kyle Rittenhouse has been acquitted of all charges, and the Left has gone crazy. Kamala Harris thinks there needs to be more "equity" in our just…
 
“Don't ever let somebody tell you you can't do something, not even me. All right! You got a dream, you gotta protect it. People can't do something themselves, they want to tell you you can't do it, you want something, go get it. Period.” Chris Gardner is the CEO of Happyness and he loves his job. his first book The Pursuit of Happyness became a New…
 
In this episode, I speak to Yong Zhao, Foundations Distinguished Professor in the School of Education with an appointment in the School of Business at the University of Kansas. He is also the Global Chair Professor of Education at East China Normal University, a global chair professor at the University of Bath in the U.K., and a Professorial Fellow…
 
We have two guests on this week’s show. Dr. Kirk Doran an associate economics professor at Notre Dame and Brian Boyd a doctoral student at Notre Dame.We’ll be discussing how pro-productivity reforms to the labor market could create better wages, why it all matters from a theological standpoint, and what improving human flourishing amidst it all loo…
 
How can one have optimum performance at your job when you have to hide your identity? There was fear of disruption by having openly trans troops in our military. But the truth is the only disruption was from people in The post Why the Fear of Trans Troops in the Military? appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
Ben Franklin visits again. "Build Back Better" vote coming today. We seem to be on the Joe Biden inflation roller coaster. Nancy Pelosi is seen hanging out at a bar, completely maskless. Jen Psaki claims Biden has answered twice as many questions as Trump did up until this point in his presidency. New Mexico Governor Michelle Grisham (who also was …
 
We turn to the philosopher Socrates for wisdom in this reflection. A curious paradox of wisdom is the need to let go of the traditional idea of knowing. Socrates now famously stated, “All that I know is that I know nothing.” [...] Follow Perennial Leader Project: Twitter: twitter.com/searchofwisdom Instagram: instagram.com/searchofwisdompodcast Sig…
 
Over the course of a bit more than a year, I’ve published a number of personal growth exercises. I gave the process the name, Personal Evolution Process (PEP). Each process follows a structure to help you define the problem or challenge at hand. You then further refine the problem by turning your thoughts around or considering influencing factors. …
 
Father and husband, business coach and speaker. Dustin is an accomplished coach with over 15 years of experience in sales and marketing, with more than half of that dedicated to Real Estate and Business. On this episode we talk about stepping into real challenges that push you to achieve what you never thought you would be able to do.…
 
The modern divide between Sunday worship and Monday work has a devastating effect on the health, vibrancy, and effectiveness of Christian worship in the sanctuary and work in the world. Drawing on years of marketplace ministry and biblical research, Rev. Dr. Matthew Kaemingk will lead an evening exploration of the deep biblical connections between …
 
Kyle Rittenhouse supporters and BLM protesters share a moment together with some pizza. Could pizza be the key to world peace? Joe Biden has an awkward moment noting the time Jill has spent with the VP and a second husband? There are murmurings of a new viral disease called monkeypox in Nigeria. Glenn Beck stops by and talks about the findings he d…
 
Church tradition holds that 16th-century reformer Martin Luther despised the epistle of James, going so far as to say that it contained little to none of “the nature of the Gospel.” One of Luther’s biggest complaints was that this early Christian letter contains only the slightest mention of Jesus, which is why he thought it had so little to offer.…
 
Robb Ryerse, Vote Common Good's political director, talks about the news of the day, including a disturbing weekend of white Christian nationalism on display as Mike Flynn calls for "one nation, one religion, under God." Robb Ryerse is a pastor, author, and Political Organizer at Vote Common Good. You can find his book about running for congress as…
 
Biden visited New Hampshire to thunderous applause. The vaccine companies seem to be making a great deal of money from this pandemic. In Austria, police are checking vax status in shops and stores, even stopping cars in the street. Dr. Fauci is shocked about people trying to exercise their individual rights? Harry Potter celebrates the 20th anniver…
 
Eavesdrop as the gals get giddy with a whole room full of gorgeous gals. Amiee, Cara and Amy G sip champagne and get into it all, including spilling some tea (Elton, are you listening?) and come upon a real dud with the Nut of the Night. A captivating episode back by popular demand from our archives.…
 
It’s easy to be all for cutting “waste” in the Pentagon budget but that enables continuing plans to spend 7.5 trillion over ten years. And on what? Could shoveling money to the military make us less secure? On this show The post Slice A Trillion From Defense: Bring Greater Security? appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
We turn to the philosopher Seneca (4 BCE — 65 CE) for wisdom in this reflection. Seneca’s writings serve as one of the most important bodies of work for Stoic philosophy. In his essay On Anger, Seneca stressed that anger is the most destructive of the passions. [...] Follow Perennial Leader Project: Twitter: twitter.com/searchofwisdom Instagram: in…
 
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