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Lead Stories Podcast

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Lead Stories Podcast

Jo Saxton and Pastor Steph Williams O'Brien

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Jo Saxton and Pastor Steph O'Brien are both leaders in Minneapolis. Jo is an author and speaker who has opportunities to teach around the world in various contexts. She is passionate about empowering women to realize their potential and purpose. Steph is a church planter and pastor of a church plant in the city. She coaches leaders and pastors around the country and is a professor at Bethel University. Passionate about investing in the next generation, Steph, blogs and speaks in order to equ ...
 
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Upside Down Podcast

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Upside Down Podcast

Kayla Craig, Lindsy Wallace, Patricia Taylor, Alissa Molina

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Upside Down Podcast is an ecumenical podcast at the intersection of justice, spirituality, and culture. Join us for conversations about God's Upside Down Kingdom. No topic is off limits. Upside Down Podcast is a collaborative Christian podcast co-founded by Kayla Craig and Lindsy Wallace. Some of our most popular guests have included Christena Cleveland, Dr. John Perkins, Shane Claiborne, Jo Saxton, Father Greg Boyle, Shannan Martin, and Dominique Gilliard. Popular episodes have featured the ...
 
For Real with Kimberly Stuart invites listeners to eavesdrop on conversations with folks who live and love well, create beautiful things, teach us a ton, and let us in on what they know. Never one for successful small talk (JUNIOR HIGH WAS A STRUGGLE), Kim asks her guests to get right to it, mining stories of honesty and courage and finding plenty of snort-laughter and tears along the way. They tackle faith and grit and joy and sorrow and leave us with hope and renewed perspective to walk th ...
 
After 20 years of working in Asia, and growing up in South America, I’ve spent my life living in several countries around the world, getting to know people of different cultures, speaking different languages, and learning to appreciate different ways of living this human life. This podcast is a celebration of differences, and a space to discuss how in learning about our differences we discover how we all can benefit from simply listening to and learning from each other. Join us on a deep div ...
 
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Iris's Insights

Iris Peterson Bryant

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This podcast is filled with spiritually uplifting anecdotes. Through the use of heartwarming stories, and scriptures, Iris enlightens and encourages her readers. These insights will also help you see how God's word is interfused in every area of our lives.
 
Christian working women, the Polished Podcast is for you. Our show will encourage and equip you to navigate the workplace and explore your faith in authentic community. Kat Armstrong, host of the Polished Podcast, amplifies diverse female voices in career-focused, Christ-centered conversations.
 
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Gillian Tietz is the host of the Sober Powered podcast and works as a biochemist in the Boston area. When she quit drinking in 2019, she dedicated herself to learning about alcohol's influence on the brain and how it can cause addiction. She used that knowledge to free herself from the shame she had about being unable to control her drinking. Today…
 
Maria Durso is living proof that if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation (2 Corinthians 5:17). Having come from a childhood devastated by loss and abuse she grew up thinking she could mask her pain with drugs. Her lifestyle could have left her hopeless and alone—yet God kept and preserved Maria’s life. Understanding firsthand the effects of ab…
 
How does being in an ecumenical space expand and enrich our spiritual lives, within and beyond the walls of the church? Patricia Taylor, along with Kayla Craig and Lindsy Wallace, put Upside Down Podcast co-host Alissa Molina in the hot seat in the second of our final four episodes. In this episode, we: Hear from Alissa as she explains what the pod…
 
Russ Laraway has had a diverse 28 year operational management career. He was a Company Commander in the Marine Corps before starting his first company, Pathfinders. From there, Russ went to the Wharton School, and then onto management roles at Google and Twitter. He then co-founded Candor, Inc., along with best selling author Kim Scott. Over the la…
 
As we record this bonus episode, I (Nicole) am 9 months pregnant with my first child. I am very ready to not be pregnant anymore, and can’t wait to hold and kiss my baby girl, but there are a lot of other emotions, too. For expecting parents and new moms there’s a lot to learn, a lot to process, and a lot of change. So today, we wanted to have a di…
 
The SWOT Analysis is used by business leaders, as well as non-profit and faith based organizations. Our take on the anaysis, developed orignially by our friend Mike Breen, take a bit of a different spin on this important tool. Today we dig into one of the four quadrants of the SWOT: Battle Head to www.leadstoriesmedia.com/swot for an image of the t…
 
As we finish out Autism Awareness Month and begin Mental Health Awareness Month, many are feasting for Eid at the end of Ramadan. All Star Wars friends are hoping May the 4th will be with you, and yet we do not want to forget that Mother's Day is just around the corner. Mothers who work outside the home and do both paid and unpaid work really face …
 
Let’s talk about parenting and breast cancer and the pandemic and all the things that are distinctly PLAN B (C? D? Z?), but can we please figure out how to laugh about it? If that sounds like the way to go, you need to listen to my conversation with author Melanie Dale. Melanie’s newest book, Calm the H*ck Down: How to Let Go and Lighten Up About P…
 
What if learning to focus simply on what you’ve been called to do could enhance your leadership and influence? In this conversation, entrepreneur, illustrator, and advocate Danielle Coke, shares all the different ways “finding her simple” has impacted her calling, her craft, and her leadership. Listen as this young leader shares her insights on “go…
 
The SWOT Analysis is used by business leaders, as well as non-profit and faith based organizations. Our take on the anaysis, developed orignially by our friend Mike Breen, take a bit of a different spin on this important tool. Listen to hear more about how we need to analyze where we are in our leadership if we want to take next steps and get where…
 
Steve Fredlund is a sought-after innovator engaged to solve the most complex problems. His insights have powered hundreds of breakthroughs in corporations, nonprofits and small businesses. He is the founder and Lead Strategist for Steve Fredlund Solutions and Small Small Business as well as the creator of The Solving BOX™. Currently Steve is focuse…
 
What happens when our view of God becomes more expansive, and what does it reveal to us about ourselves and others? Lindsy Wallace is the first Upside Down Podcast host in the hot seat, as she’s interviewed by fellow co-hosts Alissa Molina, Patricia Taylor, and Kayla Craig. In this episode, we: Talk about Lindsy’s personal and spiritual growth over…
 
Holy Week for Leaders - How can we learn from Jesus' leadership in the most challenging week of his ministry? Today - A Week Later Get all your Ezer Collective Info at www.josaxton.com Use code: LEADSTORIES for a discount and join us May 9-11 - Northern California Connect with Lead Stories and Jo and Steph: Twitter: @LeadStoriesVox Instagram: @Lead…
 
Dave Johnson is a lawyer, teacher and writer. He has served as general counsel for several tech companies in Silicon Valley across the last twenty years. For the last decade he has held teaching and research posts at Stanford Law School, as well as the Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford. Dave’s client list included some of the biggest names i…
 
charity: water Founder and CEO, Scott Harrison understands the power of story. In this conversation with Trey McKnight, not only does Scott share how he uses stories for greater impact, but he also shares his own personal story of transformation: how he went from a New York City night club promoter and partier to non-profit CEO, and even how some o…
 
On this episode of For Real, I learn a bunch from author Marcus Brotherton, whose new book, A Bright and Blinding Sun, tells the true story of an accidental hero. Marcus has written extensively about military heroes, and I loved learning about how he distills huge movements in history into stories that show the triumph of the human spirit. We also …
 
Holy Week for Leaders - How can we learn from Jesus' leadership in the most challenging week of his ministry? Today - Resurrection Get all your Ezer Collective Info at www.josaxton.com Use code: LEADSTORIES for a discount and join us in California - April 21-23 - Southern California May 9-11 - Northern California Connect with Lead Stories and Jo an…
 
Holy Week for Leaders - How can we learn from Jesus' leadership in the most challenging week of his ministry? Today - Good Friday Get all your Ezer Collective Info at www.josaxton.com Use code: LEADSTORIES for a discount and join us in California - April 21-23 - Southern California May 9-11 - Northern California Connect with Lead Stories and Jo and…
 
Corey Nathan, host of the podcast Talkin‘ Politics & Religion Without Killin‘ Each Other! is on the show this week talking about, you guessed it, politics and religion. Buckle up because this conversation goes deep fast. Corey Nathan was raised in an observant Jewish household attending an Orthodox synagogue. His family is mostly from Brooklyn, NY;…
 
For most people, the last two years and counting, have brought a lot of change. New jobs, new neighborhoods, new seasons of life, new work and social rhythms. New isn’t always bad, but even good change can leave us a bit disoriented. It can leave us struggling to find a clear path forward towards our hopes and dreams and unsure what habits and disc…
 
Holy Week for Leaders - How can we learn from Jesus' leadership in the most challenging week of his ministry? Today - The Anointing Get all your Ezer Collective Info at www.josaxton.com Use code: LEADSTORIES for a discount and join us in California - April 21-23 - Southern California May 9-11 - Northern California Connect with Lead Stories and Jo a…
 
We’ve got a special announcement to share. Co-hosts Kayla Craig, Lindsy Wallace, Alissa Molina, and Patricia Taylor come together to bring you an important update about the future of the Upside Down Podcast. News, Notes, and Links: You can continue to support the Upside Down Podcast! Please visit us, where you can pledge a few dollars of monthly su…
 
Holy Week for Leaders - How can we learn from Jesus leaderhsip in the most challenging week of his ministry? Today - Palm Sunday Get all your Ezer Collective Info at www.josaxton.com Use code: LEADSTORIES for a discount and join us in California - April 21-23 - Southern California May 9-11 - Northern California Connect with Lead Stories and Jo and …
 
A nationally recognized writer, trainer, and consultant in juvenile justice reform, Kristin Henning speaks on the intersection of race, adolescence, and policing. Her book, The Rage of Innocence, is a powerful analysis of how the legal system criminalizes normal adolescent behavior in communities of color. In it, she lays bare the long-term consequ…
 
I have long loved and admired Sarah Bragg, so it was such a delight to have her join me on For Real! Sarah is the friend you want to move next door, fire up a pot of coffee, and put in a few hours of chatting on the front porch about what it’s really like to be a mom, writer, podcaster, and carpool driver. Sarah has a passion to help folks survive …
 
Join our Patreon community of Difference-Makers Jo Saxton is a speaker, author, podcast host, and leadership coach who has dedicated her career to investing in women leaders own their voice and find their purpose in their personal lives and in leadership. Born to Nigerian parents and raised in London, England. Jo lives in Minneapolis with her husba…
 
Lori is speaking at the Podcast Movement Evolutions Conference in LA March 23-26. Her session is on Inclusion for Social Impact: How Podcasting Can Lead to Societal Change. Sign up with Lori's discount code below to attend at JW Marriott @ LA Live Or Virtually From Around the World! Will Ferrell is the keynote speaker. Join nearly 2,000 podcasters …
 
On this episode of For Real, we dive into the potential minefields of sex and intimacy, and Sheila Gregoire was the perfect person to help us know better in order to do better. It was an honor to chat with Sheila, a woman who is on the front lines of bringing hope and freedom to some dark spots in the church. For her book The Great Sex Rescue, Shei…
 
What does hope mean to you, and how do you practice it? Lindsy Wallace talks with award-winning musician, writer, and activist Andre Henry about sustaining hope, translating it into action, and how art can help dismantle empires. In this episode, we: Talk about his newly released book, All the White Friends I Couldn’t Keep, and who he wrote it for …
 
What if there was one skill you could learn that would impact everything about your leadership potential? Author, executive coach, and organizational psychologist, Dr. Tasha Eurich talks with Jason Jaggard about why self-awareness is a “must have” for leaders and provides some simple but effective tools for increasing this leadership competency. Jo…
 
In this episode of The Iridescent Podcast, we have special guest Juli Boit, whose work and story is heartbreaking, inspiring and empowering. Juli Boit is the Founder and International Director of Living Room International, a non-profit providing hospice care services to adults and children in Kenya. She is a nurse practitioner who is challenged dai…
 
The She Leads Church Conference is happening virtually March 16-17. It's free! Register here to hear many outstanding women speak on a variety of topics at this summit. Three women who have been guests here on the A World of Difference podcast will also be speaking: Nona Jones, Angie Ward and Andrena Sawyer. Lori will be speaking on the first day o…
 
How do we know when we are in a space of true belonging, where our whole person can be welcome, present, and safe? Co-hosts Patricia Taylor, Kayla Craig, and Lindsy Wallace talk with writer, liturgist, and speaker Cole Arthur Riley about freedom and belonging—the good and the bad kind. In this episode, we: Discuss how Black Liturgies came to be and…
 
Sign up for She Leads Church '22 Virtual Conference for free Mimi Haddad serves as president and CEO of CBE International and as an adjunct associate professor of historical theology at Fuller Theological Seminary. She is a graduate of the University of Colorado and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (Summa Cum Laude). She holds a PhD in historica…
 
Katherine Wolf is the kind of friend who changes every lens of your life from lackluster to technicolor. If it feels like you’re in a moment where you could use a shot of courage and hope mixed with some seriously honest faith, then this is the conversation for you. Katherine knows what all those things truly mean, and I learned so much from her in…
 
It’s tempting to think that something like “charisma” is innate, something you are born with (or not). However, in this episode, CEO and author, Vanessa Van Edwards shows how we can purposefully dial up our own charisma to increase our effectiveness as leaders. In this conversation with GLN CEO and President, Tom De Vries, Vanessa previews her new …
 
Jeff Le has had a career at the highest levels of public policy and politics at the state, federal and international levels. A recognized thought leader in political advocacy and representation, his analysis and opinions have been featured on MSNBC, broadcast television in 40 states, as well as in print at POLITICO Magazine, The New York Times, USA…
 
Bailey T. Hurley is a writer and speaker who invites women to creatively build rooted community in the corner of the world! She lives in Denver with her husband, Tim, and their two children, Hunter and Liv. As a family, they share a passion for welcoming people into the folds of godly community—especially Hunter who likes to have “all the peoples” …
 
Catherine McNiel writes about the creative and redemptive work of God in our real, ordinary lives. Her upcoming book, Fearing Bravely: Risking Love for Our Neighbors, Strangers, and Enemies, just released from NavPress in February 2022. Catherine studies theology while caring for three kids, two jobs, and one enormous garden. If Jesus commands Chri…
 
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