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Welcome to the weekly audio podcast for OPC|Milford. OPC|M is in Milford, MI. and is a campus of Oak POinte Church. Our mission statement, "Changed by Christ - Changing our World," drives everything that we do. Whether your're just exploring this whole business about "church" and "God" or are well down the road in enjoying your relationship with Christ, we hope you'll find OPC|Milford's podcast helpful and encouraging. Visit us @ opcmilford.org
 
We are a thriving and friendly Christian church, meeting and worshiping in Milford, Surrey. We'd love to welcome you in person - come and join us for Sunday worship or at one of our other weekly activities. Milford Baptist Church has met and worshipped for many years, there having been a church on its current site for over a hundred years.
 
Ferdinand is an army major and son of President von Walter, a high-ranking noble in a German duke's court, while Luise Miller is the daughter of a middle-class musician. The couple fall in love with each other, but both their fathers tell them to end their affair. The President instead wants to expand his own influence by marrying Ferdinand to Lady Milford, the duke's mistress, but Ferdinand rebels against his father's plan and tries to persuade Luise to elope with him. (Summary from Wikiped ...
 
Eastside Christian Church is located in Milford Ohio. We think that God is relevant, everywhere. Eastside is a church that cares about people, everywhere. We do that by constantly practicing three things together. We Love God & Love People, We Build Relationships, and we use those tools to Go Out and Make A Difference. Join us Sundays at 9:30 & 11:00am
 
Through sales training, business coaching, or executive coaching Rock Solid Business & Sales Training specializes in developing sales people, leaders, and managers to improve bottom-line and/or top line results while living a great life. While we are headquartered in Milford, Connecticut our client base is comprised of solopreneurs through Fortune 500 companies throughout the United States.
 
AnglicanTV Ministries, Inc is a "501c3" non-profit organization, incorporated on February 5, 2008. AnglicanTV started as a personal ministry of Kevin Kallsen. Then, toward the end of 2007, Kevin sought out like-minded individuals and formed a Board of Directors, which eventually lead to incorporation and non-profit status. The Mission of AnglicanTV Ministries is, "To provide news and commentary important to the 77 million Anglican Christians worldwide; to educate and train church laypersons ...
 
Hi, I'm Melanie. Lawyer turned success coach, NLP practitioner and wellbeing trainer. I combine corporate, coaching and counselling expertise to help purpose-driven individuals and businesses move from where they are now to where they want to be. My formula for success is simple and is reflected in my triangle logo: Understand, Create, Transform. Once you understand what drives you and what’s keeping you stuck, you can create an action plan which really works and change your life from the in ...
 
Do you want to learn how to write for children? The Institute of Children's Literature has taught hundreds of thousands of aspiring writers, and the director of ICL is the host of Writing for Children. Bestselling children's author Katie Davis focuses on the craft of writing for children: how to write a children’s book, how to write for children’s magazines, how to get paid, and get published. There are listener questions, with answers from the experts at the Institute, plus hard-to-find res ...
 
Reporter Dan Bowens enters the Fox 5 News Tape Room to resurrect past unsolved murder and missing person cases Fox 5 News reported on in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. Dan investigates crimes that have perplexed police to this day. Immerse yourself into each episode as New York area detectives and Fox 5 reporters, past and present, recount elements of each case in hopes to shed light on crimes that have gone unsolved.
 
A social satire, Main Street became a best-seller soon after its publication, fascinating readers with its biting humor and realistic portrayal of small-town communities. Published in 1920, the novel follows Carol Milford as she moves to a conventional small town, where she encounters its conceited residents characterized by their ignorance, hypocrisy, and smugness, while simultaneously being the target of their careless ridicule. Furthermore, the novel efficiently exemplifies the dividing l ...
 
This is a podcast about the PEOPLE who run our local, state, and federal government. It is not a political podcast, as much as it is a people podcast. We'll be telling the stories of the people who make our government one that is "Of the people, by the people, for the people." We are going to do our best to leave our political hats at the door and put a personal story behind the faces you so often recognize as those that ignite a passion inside of you when you debate the issues of the day.
 
Erika Portanova Songer & George E. O’Connell host an informative, energetic yet quirky podcast about our hyper-local real estate market and the active lifestyle in those towns. Every week we feature our Go-To-2 places in that town you must visit. We cap it off with our upcoming event picks in both Connecticut and the Greater NYC area. Thank you to our friend Adrian Blackman for our voice-over work.
 
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For the first time since devastating floods hit Fiordland in February, trampers can now walk the Milford Track end-to-end. Floods damaged several sections of the Great Walk track, with repairs to the Clinton Valley section finished during winter. The damage was more severe between Dumpling Hut and Sandfly Point in the Arthur Valley and repairs took…
 
Sermon from Sunday, November 29, 2020. Home for the Holidays (Part 1). Mark 1:1-11. Pastor Bryant Anderson preaching. The home of Mark the evangelist is spare and unadorned at Christmastime. In fact, there is not a single holiday decoration anywhere in the place. But it would be too hasty to conclude that Mark doesn’t care (or know) about the Chris…
 
An immunisation expert is warning measles is just one plane trip away from an ugly resurgence here if the country doesn't get more young people vaccinated. The campaign to vaccinate the hundreds of thousands who make the country vulnerable to another measles outbreak has managed to immunise just 4000. Health professionals says it is been tough goin…
 
Hamilton man Geoff Hopkins was visiting Whakaari/White Island with his daughter Lillian on the day of the explosion a year ago says nobody should be blamed for what was a 'natural disaster'. After a year-long investigation into the explosion on Whakaari White Island, WorkSafe yesterday laid charges against 10 organisations and three individuals. Th…
 
A Reefton resident says closure of the town's only bank means those without transport or a computer will struggle to manage their finances. The West Coast township is among others around the country affected by the Bank of New Zealand's decision to close down 38 of its branches by mid next year. Reefton local Di Griffin says the closest banking ser…
 
The owners of Whakaari/White Island have confirmed they are among those charged in relation to last year's deadly eruption. Yesterday The health and safety authority Worksafe charged 10 organisations and three individuals over the eruption almost a year ago. The island is owned by the Buttle family, through Whakaari Management Limited and its three…
 
After a historic loss to Argentina, the All Blacks came back from the brink to thump the Pumas in the final game of a difficult year. After successive losses to the South Americans and the Wallabies, a chastened New Zealand team thundered to a 38-nil victory. It means Ian Foster's team won three of their six Tests in this Covid-19-affected year. Th…
 
The Wellington City Council has apologised to families attending the city's Christmas Festival for a double booking which saw an animal rights march take place at the same time. People have complained about the blunder as some of the activists carried placards with lewd messages. Wellington Animal Rights March organisers say they had every right to…
 
Flash flooding caused chaos north of Wellington on Saturday after heavy rain inundated homes and closed roads. State Highway 1 on the Kapiti Coast between Paekakariki and the Plimmerton roundabout was closed for several hours, causing major delays for drivers. Mark Owen is the Wellington Regional Transport Systems Manager at the Waka Kotahi, the NZ…
 
News media company Stuff is this morning making a very public apology for the way it has portrayed Māori over many years. Through an internal investigation - Tā Mātou Pono, Our Truth - the organisation has examined its output all the way back to first editions. Stuff is today issuing an apology to Māori and admitting that the monocultural nature of…
 
New Zealand's migration policies might be contributing to the current poor state of national productivity, according to a new report. The research - prepared for the Productivity Commission by the Institute for Economic Research - says the area of greatest concern is relatively cheap imported labour for low-wage jobs in the hospitality, tourism, an…
 
Booksellers are returning to the 1970s way of doing things this Christmas. Trusting their instincts, and stocking up on the books they think people will want to read. Gelays in the global supply chains for books mean people are waiting weeks to receive their orders. As a result, bookstores have been stocking up in high numbers well in advance of Ch…
 
The Child Poverty Action Group is dismayed the government is not moving fast enough to lift New Zealand families out of poverty. It's been nearly two years since government-appointed experts called for an overhaul of the welfare system, but a new report shows the vast majority of advice has not been taken up. Innes Asher is a Professor Emeritus at …
 
The All Blacks bounced back from two straight defeats to end their year with a comprehensive 38-nil win over Argentina in Newcastle and all but seal the Tri-Nations trophy. Normal service was restored following New Zealand's first ever loss to the Pumas and the critics calling for coach Ian Foster to go have been silenced, for now. RNZ's rugby repo…
 
Former Cadburys factory workers say the impact of redundancy on mental health is too often overlooked. Hundreds of staff were made redundant when Dunedin's Cadburys chocolate factory closed its doors in March 2018. Yesterday the factory opened again briefly for hundreds of visitors to take a last look before the building is demolished to make way f…
 
A neurologist's report to the Coroner says changing brands of the anti-seizure drug lamotrigine cannot be ruled out as a factor in the death of 31-year-old Auckland man Andre Maddock in December 2019. But how much of a role the Pharmac brand switch played in the deaths of six people with epilepsy looks set to be highly contested at the inquest with…
 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she disagrees with some of the findings of a report that has found most of advice from the Welfare Expert Advisory Group (WEAG) has not been taken up. The new report, from the Child Poverty Action Group, found out of the WEAG's 42 key recommendations none have been fully implemented, seven have been partially impl…
 
Academics and teachers are warning that a new mandatory NCEA literacy and numeracy test could be too tough for some pupils. The Education Ministry has unveiled draft versions of standards that secondary school students will have to pass to get any level of NCEA from 2023. They are being introduced after a study found 40 percent of teens with NCEA L…
 
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