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To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.lightsource.com/donate/1110 Reframing Ministries with Colleen Swindoll Thompson is about bringing hope to those whose lives have been turned upside-down. We desire to educate people about disabling conditions, equip pastors, churches, and families with tools to serve those with special needs, and offer encouragement and empowerment to those in need.
 
Reframing History is a podcast produced by Julian C Chambliss, Professor of English and Core Faculty in the Consortium for Critical Diversity in a Digital Age Research (CEDAR) at Michigan State University. RH is an interview-based podcast inspired by contemporary debates linked to humanities theory and practice.
 
What if we worked as hard to listen to someone else’s truth as we did to share our own? Each week author Dave Hollis brings radical candor straight to your headphones via breathtakingly real conversations with authors, activists, and anyone with a story to tell. The results are poignant, hysterical, and heartbreaking - sometimes all inside the same episode.
 
The Art of Charm is where self-motivated people, just like you, come to learn from the company’s coaches about to how to master human dynamics, relationships, and becoming your best self with the help of Johnny and AJ, the company’s founders. Johnny and AJ bring their 11 years of coaching experience from their famous Bootcamps, where they host clients in Los Angeles from all over the world and they share their stories, best practices and themselves on this weekly podcast. Not only does The A ...
 
The Rich Life Reframe podcast explores the world of online business. Our businesses are about more than income. We'd rather impact lives and live on our own terms, existing in a state of freedom, security and well-being. This podcast will explore those paths towards living our best lives and the businesses providing for them.
 
This half-hour adventure for kids (ages 6-12) follows Lizarardo “Liz” Lacerta and his reptilian friends in the little town of Terrene. In the quest for fun, Liz and his pals often get themselves into trouble! With the help of their parents and other grown-up lizards like Grandpa Anole and Granny Gecko, they wrestle with the challenges and drama of childhood, finding real answers in the Bible. Designed to help children find their own roles in God’s big story, the program is supported by a liv ...
 
Reframe Your Life explores the stories and topics that have lead to change and transformation in our lives. We focus on bringing you authors and speakers who are sharing powerful stories that have shaped their lives. Storytelling is a way to make sense of the world around us and to reclaim what is true in our lives.
 
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1439 Reframing Ministries with Colleen Swindoll Thompson is about bringing hope to those whose lives have been turned upside-down. We desire to educate people about disabling conditions, equip pastors, churches, and families with tools to serve those with special needs, and offer encouragement and empowerment to those in need.
 
What we don’t know about American history hurts us all. Teaching Hard History begins with the long legacy of slavery and reaches through the civil rights movement to the present day. Brought to you by Teaching Tolerance and hosted by Dr. Hasan Kwame Jeffries, Teaching Hard History brings us the lessons we should have learned in school through the voices of scholars and educators. It’s good advice for teachers and good information for everybody.
 
High-impact interviews for those who love adventure and the outdoors. Host and journalist Shelby Stanger interviews world-class explorers, athletes, authors, scientists, health experts, and entrepreneurs about how they’ve taken their own wild ideas and made them a reality, so you can too. Some of the wildest ideas can lead to the most rewarding adventures. Take a listen to start living more wildly today.
 
Hosted by Dr. Robert Casares, The Reframe brings you conversations with leaders and legends of the counseling profession, experienced clinicians working in agency and private practice settings, as well as masters- and doctoral-level counseling students. Guests discuss cutting-edge research, share stories about their own professional successes and setbacks, and offer insights and encouragement drawn from a diverse range of professional backgrounds.
 
Reframed Origins takes us back to the fossils that improved our understanding of human evolution over the past 6 million years. Each episode focuses upon a fossil, how it was discovered, how human evolution was understood at the time and how it helped palaeoanthropologists to see our evolution in a different light. The series will also take on larger themes, such as dating techniques and species concepts. Famous and less well-known fossils will feature in this series. With the help of Nick, ...
 
Pain Reframed is a podcast about pain and how pain is managed in our society. Pain is a large issue right now and we will bring powerful and helpful insights on how we can manage pain in a much more efficient and effective way. Pain Reframed is committed to changing language and practice patterns across disciplines and points of care in order to reduce the unnecessary suffering that results from the propagation of misinformation, insufficient understanding of the pain experience, and the ove ...
 
Feeding Curiosity explores the precarity of human experience. Through conversation, we aim to provide blueprints for others to learn and lead more fulfilling lives. We challenge ourselves and others to think, question, and synthesize wherever their curiosity takes them. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/feedingcuriosity/support
 
You’ve dealt with painful and unexpected things too, right? Whether it’s a diagnosis, a hard death, a dreadful divorce, a disability, a series of difficult trials, you name it, we can all cast our two cents into the jar of suffering. This transaction can lead us to feelings of anxiety, uncertainty, and depression, and often result in questioning our core beliefs about life and God. Colleen Swindoll-Thompson, daughter of well-loved pastor Chuck Swindoll and director of Insight for Living’s Re ...
 
Are you ready for positive change and to see things from a different, powerful perspective? Are you ready to be inspired by people who make a difference and overcome life's challenges? Listen to leaders from all walks of life from around the globe sharing their secrets to living a fulfilling life. Leading with mind, heart, and soul.
 
Welcome to the official Jen Tringale Podcast designed to empower you with strategies to succeed. Jen Tringale is an internationally known speaker, author, and strategist on awakening destiny. Find her latest book "Calling: Understanding Your Purpose, Place & Position" along with other resources at jentringale.com, and connect on social media @jentringale.
 
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After discussing their rebranding, Rick and Lauren introduce their guest Luke Hochevar before he shares some of his story and his time playing baseball for UT. Luke goes on to talk about how in his younger years, baseball became his god, and his relationship with Jesus was more about Jesus being his "rabbit's foot" than his God. But, Luke reference…
 
Toppled statues, dismantled barricades, and burning buildings. The news cycle is forcing many non-Indigenous Canadians to grapple with the country's colonial history. Michelle Latimer joins host Colin Ellis to discuss reframing the commonly accepted story of Indigenous people in North America, which is the topic of her documentary, Inconvenient Ind…
 
On this week's episode of Pain Reframed, Tim Flynn and Jeff Moore talk with Andrew Pugh, MD and Keith Roper, DPT to discuss their new research paper "Dedicated emergency department physical therapy is associated with reduced imaging, opioid administration, and length of stay: A prospective observational study" and how this research affects their pr…
 
We all have certain fears or phobias—powerful and penetrating worries that can paralyze our thoughts and actions. Fear relates to feelings of anxiety, dread, worry, and is often highlighted when unanticipated twists and turns occur in life. Scripture repeatedly reminds us that faith is trusting Him when our plans change and when God chooses a uniqu…
 
In this podcast, I share with you how to build mental strength and reframe your reality. You'll learn how to take the things that you tell yourself personally. You'll learn how to ask yourself better questions and frame those emotions in a way that benefits you for long-term success. You’ll discover how to make an application in your life!! You'll …
 
An unexpected and belated mid-life love affair with birds and nature and finally discovering one’s place in the world – Field Notes from an Unintentional Birder illuminates the joyful experience of a new discovery and the surprising pleasure to be found while standing still on the edge of a lake at six a.m. When Julia Zarankin saw her first red-win…
 
When the coronavirus suddenly shutdown the entire sport industry, fans and athletes everywhere were forced to reckon with the magnitude of the pandemic. Since then, many teams and leagues have returned. But nothing is as it once was, and the future is still uncertain. To understand what happened, and how the industry can move forward, two Miami Uni…
 
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1439/29Lifes challenges can rob us of our joyespecially when circumstances appear hopeless. If words such as fear, pain, illness, sorrow, loss, or doubt describe your life, you need to know you are not alone.Emily Colson, daughter of the late Chuck Colson, speaks with hone…
 
Have you ever noticed how two people can react to the exact same event in two very different ways? Winning the war within has everything to do with how you choose frame your thoughts.Message notes and discussion questions: https://bit.ly/3ne3kHCGive a one-time or recurring gift: https://northcrossmn.org/giveView message series archive: https://nort…
 
In this podcast, I share with you how to build world-class award-winning confidence and raise your level of awareness. You'll learn how to take the things that you tell yourself personally. You'll learn how to ask yourself better questions and frame those emotions in a way that benefits you for long-term success. You’ll discover how to make an appl…
 
I’m sick of thinking about alcohol! I wonder if I could have fun socializing without it. Do I even enjoy drinking anymore? If any of this struck a nerve with you, you are not alone! These are things I wrestle with and I have just recently started sharing my struggles with this particular topic on the podcast. With the help of Annie Grace and the Al…
 
Scripture Reading: Genesis 47:5-12 “My years have been few and difficult, and they do not equal the years of the pilgrimage of my fathers.” Genesis 47:9 An old folk-hymn proclaims, “I am a poor wayfaring stranger, while traveling through this world of woe. . . .” As Jacob settles once again in a place where he doesn’t really belong, he has the oppo…
 
In today’s episode, we cover prioritization with Geoff Woods. Geoff is the Vice President of The ONE Thing and the host of The ONE Thing podcast which is in the top 5% of all podcasts in the world. Many of us get distracted by everything we think we have to do and all the directions other people pull us in, but if we let all of those things consume…
 
These days, politics are incredibly polarizing. Assumptions are made about people based solely on their vote or political affiliation. If you are going to love people the way God wants you to, you need to learn to listen like Jesus did.Message notes and discussion questions: https://bit.ly/2To4CSUGive a one-time or recurring gift: https://northcros…
 
In the midst of transition, a world flipped upside down, SO many of us lose a sense of who we are. You had a job that’s gone away, a relationship that’s ended, kids living in the house who’ve moved out — and now that this thing that was so much of who you were is gone, what does it mean for your identity? What of the thoughts and emotions that come…
 
What is power? Having power means having the strength, ability, or influence to accomplish something. As we continue studying the gospel of John, we read about signs that point to Jesus and help us recognize his power. We’ll witness Jesus’ power to provide, his power to heal, and his power over death. And through these signs Jesus Christ reveals hi…
 
“You have to stop waiting for that person to pick you up and tell you’re special. you need to do it yourself and believe that you’re special and get the thing done.” — JESSICA MATAT Jessica Matat is an Egyptian-American freelance producer who got her Bachelor's degree in film and television at Boston University. She also studied filmmaking and fash…
 
Drunken brawls, coercion, and lace curtains. Believe it or not, how regular people vote was not something the founding fathers thought much about, or planned for. Americans went from casting votes at drunken parties in the town square to private booths behind a drawn curtain. In this episode, the process of voting; how it was originally designed, w…
 
2020 marks the 40th Anniversary of poet and activist Audre Lorde’s powerful book The Cancer Journals, which details her experience coping with breast cancer and a radical mastectomy. Today we sit down with Audre Lorde’s daughter Dr. Elizabeth Lorde-Rollins (a doctor, writer, and breast cancer survivor) to discuss the lasting impact of her mother's …
 
Tory is back to answer listener questions on how to get started in the trails. We cover everything from training and recovering for your first ultra, to how much time you need to take between races. We also discuss the best way to maintain fitness through the off season, when to start building back up for your next race, and how to get the most ban…
 
Being creative is being a problem solver. In part two of the podcast conversation series Box Breakers, Jen Tringale sits down with filmmaker and media consultant, Phil Cooke, to discuss proven strategies from his background in Hollywood for breaking boxes and maximizing your influence, and how you identify the problem God put you on the earth to so…
 
Is singleness a second class status? Why does the church treat singles like they're in a holding pattern? What does the Bible say about sexual desire, masturbation, and the value of unmarried life? We delve into all these questions and more in this episode of the Women's Issues series. Resources mentioned: Sam Allberry Lore Wilbert Nancy Demoss Wol…
 
Tune in as I chat with Caley Kukla, M. Ed, about the importance of play, ways to nurture independent play and our favorite toys that facilitate open-ended, meaningful play! To sign up for our upcoming webinar: https://www.caleykukla.com/the-truth-about-toys-workshop To purchase my Toy Clutter Cure System: https://www.katyjoywells.com/toycourse…
 
Scripture Reading: Genesis 42:1-20 When Jacob learned that there was grain in Egypt, he said to his sons, “. . . Go down there and buy some for us. . . .” Genesis 42:1-2 More than two decades had now passed since Joseph was sold into slavery in Egypt. Jacob still thought that Joseph was dead, and much had happened in the life of this family, as wel…
 
Cathy and Todd discuss Emily and Amelia Nagoski’s book Burnout, and how we can better process and release the stress we experience. They discuss their interview on the Unlocking Us podcast with Brene Brown, and the seven things we can do to make a difference in our overall well-being. They also discuss why women experience stress differently than m…
 
Scripture Reading: Genesis 37:12-36 They took the ornate robe back to their father and said, “We found this. Examine it to see whether it is your son’s robe.” Genesis 37:32 The problems in Jacob’s family ran deep. Never dreaming how much his other sons hated their brother Joseph, Jacob sent his favorite son on a simple mission to see how things wer…
 
Happy Monday! Glad to have you back for another episode of Nat Chat, an audio version of my newsletter Monday Medley. Join me in recapping my best finds from across the Internet with topics ranging from empires, fruit and vegetable classification, and mediocrity. Make sure to subscribe to my newsletter if you prefer a readable copy of this podcast!…
 
This past July, Trav McKenzie took on “The Calendar Club” – running the number of miles corresponding to the day on the calendar each day of the month. After being called out on a Zoom meeting as someone who “used to be an athlete” Trav decided to reclaim the term, and his body. He set a goal knowing it would take everything in him (and some help f…
 
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