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On the Mountain Life, hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney explore a wide variety of topics from health, fitness and nutrition to parenting, lifestyle and education. Both Lynn and Tim are longtime Park City locals and lovers of the mountain lifestyle. Both are enthusiastic mountain bikers and nordic skiers and advocates of healthy whole-lifestyle. Both also sit on the Park City city council.
 
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In this episode of The Mountain Life host of the popular Nothing Much Happens podcast , Kathryn Nicolai shares the indispensable toolkit for relaxing body and mind to help fall asleep. Kathryn and Lynn have a conversation about sleep. How important it is, why we don't get enough of it, and how to fix that.…
 
In this episode of The Mountain Life Lynn Ware Peek's guest is Triple amputee Dr. Linda K. Olson. She joins the show to discuss her memoir, GONE: A Memoir of Love, Body, and Taking Back My Life . The inspiring true story begins when Linda is hit by a train after her car stalls on the tracks and about how she learned to walk with prostheses, change …
 
In 2020 there has been an increasing volume of prophetic words released through various leaders about politics, elections, America, and more. Social media has given rise to the rapid consumption by church members. Today, Dr. Ben Blackwell gives Tim and Todd a checklist that pastors can use to discern modern prophecy in comparison to the Biblical Ca…
 
In 2020 there has been an increasing volume of prophetic words released through various leaders about politics, elections, America, and more. Social media has given access to this revelation and church congregants have consumed it in droves and pastors are asked to comment, confirm, follow, etc. Today, Dr. Ben Blackwell discusses with Tim and Todd …
 
In this rebroadcast episode of The Mountain Life , Lynn Ware Peek speaks with: Journalist James Nestor who talks about how there is nothing more essential to our health and well-being than breathing: take air in, let it out, repeat 25,000 times a day. Yet, as a species, humans have lost the ability to breathe correctly, with grave consequences. In …
 
Pastoral burnout and leadership struggles can be connected to our emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence requires the leader to pay attention to themselves and those around them. Building trust, managing expectations, empowering others, and conflict all benefit when we achieve relational mastery. Today Tim and Todd wrap up their conversatio…
 
Pastoral burnout and leadership struggles can be connected to our emotional intelligence. Tim and Todd begin a conversation with Dr. Jeanie Miller Clarkson about practical ways to increase our emotional intelligence. In today's we focus in on the idea of self-management in our ministry leadership. info@advancement.cc www.advancement.cc…
 
Lynn and Pete are joined in this episode of The Mountain Life by the author, entrepreneur, speaker, and podcaster James Whittaker . James has edited and annotated Andrew Carnegie's Mental Dynamite by Napolean Hill which reveals how Andrew Carnegie went from penniless immigrant to one of the wealthiest people -- and greatest philanthropists -- the w…
 
In this episode of The Mountain Life, Pete Stoughton and Lynn Ware Peek's guest is Jennifer Lentzke , a board-certified specialist in Sports Dietetics, a Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian and cyclist. Jennifer has been practicing as a dietitian for 10 years, racing triathlon professionally for 7 years, and has a passion for nutrition a…
 
Pastoral burnout and leadership struggles can be connected to our emotional intelligence. Often ministry leaders become so focused on what's going on in others that they lose track of their own emotions, attitudes, etc. Tim and Todd begin a conversation with Dr. Jeanie Miller Clarkson about practical ways to increase our emotional intelligence and …
 
In this episode of The Mountain Life hosts Lynn and Pete are joined by journalist Jeff Hobbs who, in his research, accompanied four high school seniors at two very different schools within the city of Los Angeles--the second largest school district in the nation with nearly 700,000 students. Writing with heart, sensitivity, and insight, Hobbs captu…
 
Leaving is difficult whether it is through resignation, retirement, or otherwise. In today's episode Tim and Todd talk with Dr. Suzie Macaluso about the various transitions that happen in churches and how they occur. As Dr. Suzie tells the story of her own personal transition and lessons we can learn for pastors and churches. info@advancement.cc ww…
 
Pastors struggle to move on in ministry are so often tied to identity and calling, even how they define themselves. Moving on requires a strategy and plan. In part 1 of our series Tim and Todd talk with Dr. Suzie Macaluso, director of the Pruitt Gerentology Center at Abilene Christian Center. info@advancement.cc www.advancement.cc…
 
Coach and athlete Adam Loomis is the guest on this episode of The Mountain Life . Adam competed on the US Nordic Combined team for six years and is now a record holding ultra-runner and local Nordic combined coach. He holds the fastest known time on the Teton Crest trail, a 40-mile trail across the Tetons Mountains in Wyoming.…
 
On this episode of The Mountain Life, Terri Cheney talks about her latest book MODERN MADNESS: An Owner’s Manual . Cheney, a once successful entertainment attorney representing the likes of Michael Jackson and Quicy Jones, has chronicled her lifelong battle with bipolar disorder in her books. COVID-19 has launched a second pandemic: a mental health…
 
In this episode of The Mountain Life Benjamin Lorr talks with Lynn and Pete about his investigation into The Secret Life of Groceries . Lorr leads a wild investigation, asking what does it take to run a supermarket? How does our food get on the shelves? And who suffers for our increasing demands for convenience and efficiency?…
 
In this episode of The Mountain Life Deanna Rhodes of CONNECT Summit County talks about a new mental health anti-stigma campaign. Mary Christa Smith of Communities that Care also joins the show with insight into the programs they are bringing to the community. Both will disucuss a collaborative Resilient Families: Live Training + Family Tool Kit wo…
 
During political seasons our congregations are at greater risk of having divisions within them over people's personal politics. Today Tim and Todd complete our series with Dr. Anthony Scoma as we discuss how to deal with divisions in our congregation over political issues and to bring them back to the Gospel and reconciliation. info@advancement.cc …
 
Politicians and social leaders often quote the Bible to influence people without taking the full context of the scripture and character of God into account. As pastors when we have political ideas it easy for us to slip into extra-Biblical preaching for the sake of our own position. Today Tim and Todd speak with Dr. Anthony Scoma about how to prote…
 
In this episode of The Mountain Life Pete and Lynn are joined by Dr. Emily Ventura who has written SUGAR PROOF: The Hidden Dangers of Sugar That Are Putting Your Child’s Health at Risk and What You Can Do . Dr.Ventura is an expert in nutrition education and recipe development; she explains how the overabundance of sugar in kids’ diets and how diffe…
 
Lynn talks with author, mountaineer and speaker John Beede in this episode of The Mountain Life . He discusses the Warrior Challenge: 8 Quests for Boys to Grow Up with Kindness, Courage, and Grit. As we try to raise caring, thoughtful, respectful young men, this book will lead the pack, teaching them to become humans of a higher standard who embrac…
 
Election seasons often tempt church leaders to slip into political positions that conflict with the kingdom of God. Today Tim and Todd speak with Rev. Dr. Anthony Scoma about how to remain kingdom minded as a leader for the sake of the gospel and eternity rather than getting caught up in the current political issues. info@advancement.cc www.advance…
 
Parenting columnist for the Washington Post , Meghan Leahy joins Lynn on The Mountain Life this week. Leahy has written a new book, PARENTING OUTSIDE THE LINES: FORGET THE RULES, TAP INTO YOUR WISDOM AND CONNECT WITH YOUR CHILD which is full of no-nonsense, sanity-saving insights for anyone who’s drowning in parental pressure and advice that doesn’…
 
Professional mountain biker and founder of Women in the Mountains , Erica Tingey joins The Mountain Life this week. Tingy talks to Pete and Lynn about how to best angle your bike and body on a steep downhill switchback, why it's okay to use flat pedals, now and forever - and much more about how to become a proficient mountain biker. Erica also high…
 
In part 3 of our series on personal lessons in the midst of transformation Tim talks about how he had to learn that it isn't simply what you have to say that is important but, how you say it. He talks about the steps he took to begin to pause and think about how as much as what in his different places of communication. info@advancement.cc www.advan…
 
On this episode of The Mountain Life . Dr. Max Testa of Intermountain Healthcare joins the show. He is no stranger to helping athletes, he is credited with the rise of the US professional cycling with his involvement with the US Postal cycling team decades ago. Since then he has guided athletes and athletic teams through maximizing their performanc…
 
In this episode of The Mountain Life Utah Avalanche Center director Chad Brackelsburg joins the show to talk about the Center's 27th Annual Backcountry Benefit on September 10th and how they have adjusted to a live stream format including asking the community to host small, safe house parties. He also talks about their plans to bring Know Before Yo…
 
Evangelism methods have been changing for some time, but Covid-19 through everything into chaos. Today, Tim and Todd talk about some elements that are designed to help churches with an evangelism strategy where the emphasis is on the individual and incorporates congregational strategies and connections. For more information contact us at info@advan…
 
In this Episode DR. MARISA PORGES joins The Mountain Life to discuss WHAT GIRLS NEED: How to Raise Bold, Courageous and Resilient Girls . She says the key ingredient to success for girls isn’t confidence or resilience, education or courage. What matters most is how all these elements work together in the boldest way possible.…
 
In this episode of The Mountain Life Host Lynn Ware Peek talks with author Lisa Woodruff. Americans are drowning in paper. We keep stacks of it on the kitchen counter, stash it in drawers, and store file cabinets full of documents. (In fact, one file cabinet can hold 18,000 sheets of paper. Yikes.) Despite this clear crisis of paper, there hasn't b…
 
Change is hard. Leading change is hard and seems extra hard in a church. Today's episode begins a discussion around the seven characteristics of a culture of change. Listen today as Tim and Todd complete their conversation on the characteristics of a culture of change. 7 Characteristics of a Culture of Change 1. Strong Vision 2. Intentionality 3. I…
 
Change is hard. Leading change is hard and seems extra hard in a church. Today's episode begins a discussion around the seven characteristics of a culture of change. Listen today as Tim and Todd unpack the first four characteristics of a culture of change. 7 Characteristics of a Culture of Change 1. Strong Vision 2. Intentionality 3. Innovation 4. …
 
Church discipline is a hot topic among some Christian movements and non-existent in others. Accountability and discipline are Biblical and part of walking out our faith. How do we maintain a balanced approach where we avoid spiritual abuse, overlordship, and power trips while holding people accountable. Tim and Todd wrap their conversation on this …
 
Church discipline is a hot topic among some Christian movements and non-existent in others. Accountability and discipline are Biblical and part of walking out our faith. How do we maintain a balanced approach where we avoid spiritual abuse, overlordship, and power trips while holding people accountable. Tim and Todd continue to dig into this sticky…
 
Church discipline is a hot topic among some Christian movements and non-existent in others. Accountability and discipline are Biblical and part of walking out our faith. How do we maintain a balanced approach where we avoid spiritual abuse, overlordship, and power trips while holding people accountable. Tim and Todd dig into this sticky topic today…
 
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