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God speaks to us through His Word about the living Word, Jesus Christ – who for us and for our salvation became incarnate, suffered death, and was raised to life in love for us. Hearing the Spirit-inspired Words of life becomes in faith nourishment and life for us through Christ. We hope that you will be encouraged and nourished unto life through the recorded pulpit ministry of Trinity Fellowship Church in Richardson, TX featuring the teaching of Dr. Carl Anderson. Please feel free to contac ...
 
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Today’s guest is Jabari Brisport, an educator and member of NYC-DSA. Jabari is running for New York State’s senate in District 25. Earlier this year, he won the Democratic Party primary for this seat and he has been endorsed by people like Bernie Sanders and AOC. Jabari is going to talk to us about how democratic socialists can run successful elect…
 
With only weeks to go, gigantic sums of campaign cash have washed over the electoral landscape, but when the country is this polarized does money still talk? James and Al are starting to become optimistic about a Biden election, and think this might be his chance to expand the map. University of Houston’s Dr. Richard Murray reviews the possibility …
 
Subscribe today: http://wondery.fm/Kamala_WR If Joe Biden wins in November, Kamala Harris would become Vice President after one of the most consequential and tumultuous elections in American history. Already a rising leader in the Democratic party, Harris would be the most significant player to help Biden manage a country in crisis, and a frontrunn…
 
The President and his team have been infected with the Coronavirus, giving new significance to the phrase October Surprise. But even though James and Al think an electoral blow out is coming, it’s too early for Democrats to get comfortable— there are too many threats. Guest Professor Kathleen Belew details the rise of white supremacist movements an…
 
Hear Dr. John Halamka share why the nature of his job is so bold, as a doctor who uses engineering principles in tech leadership. Dr. Halamka also talks about why he is incredibly optimistic about the future of virtual care, after experiencing a four-fold increase during the pandemic. He also shares how he approaches advanced innovation; where he t…
 
In this episode of Organize Strike Repeat, we talk to Kristian Hernandez, a co-chair of DSA North Texas, member of the National Political Committee, and member of the Socialist Majority Caucus Steering Committee. She talks about abolitionist organizing and transformative justice. @kksteffany dsantx.org organizestrikerepeat.com 0:00 - Intro 0:50 - K…
 
The first presidential debate is over and James and Al declare Joe Biden the clear winner. Following favorable post-debate coverage across the platforms, and with mail-in ballot use breaking records and banking Democratic votes, it’s not looking good for President Trump. Ben Ginsburg wonders whether he's running effectively as an incumbent or if th…
 
With the election only 6 weeks away and Democrats confronted with a surprise conservative Supreme Court nomination, worries are rising about the strength of Biden’s candidacy. Senator Cory Booker has some reassuring words for the concerned, tells us about the equalizing power of baby bonds, and the feeling that this election is a moral moment for t…
 
A major contributing factor to Trump's success in 2016 was his love-hate relationship with the mainstream media. Whether it was giving the then-candidate a disproportionate amount of free press, or an unwillingness to be critical in a misguided attempt to appear balanced, news agencies everywhere unwittingly aided and abetted the President's rise t…
 
Whether you’re convinced that nothing stands between Trump and another four years in the White House, or you manage to keep faith in the hope Biden’s campaign provides, it behooves all of us to be fully prepared as to what might happen once the vote counts come in on Election Night. United Nations Foundation vice chair and former U.S. Senator Timot…
 
In this episode, James Noga shares his journey in health IT and his desire to make a difference. Hear how James and his team have adapted to COVID using advanced technologies; how he supports his remote work force; and how the pandemic has provided new opportunities to learn and grow.
 
While Trump's outrageous behavior may still shock some, there are plenty of the most savvy and seasoned political veterans who see him for what he really is: a desperate charlatan who is capable of anything. Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft president Andrew Bacevich is even able to look forward, beyond this dark period, to the larger iss…
 
The post Submission and Headship for Mere AGENTS: You Don’t Become a Leader by LEADING! (Matthew 20:20-28; 23:8-12; 1 Peter 2:13-3:9; 5:1-6) | God’s Un-Secret Agents: Part 3 appeared first on Community Bible Chapel, Richardson, Texas.By Community Bible Chapel, Richardson, Texas
 
Any opponent of Donald Trump has their work cut out for them, as his use of disinformation, dishonesty and disorder are unprecedented. So the U.S. representative from Pennsylvania's 17th congressional district Conor Lamb fully understands the rough road ahead for Vice President Biden over the next few months. Yet Lamb also is keenly aware of the ca…
 
In this podcast, Dr. Andrew Rosenberg talks about what his work as a practicing physician and CIO look like in one of the state's hotspots at the University of Michigan. He goes on to define digital health, speaking about true hospital care at home, and how telehealth has served as a catalyst for what he and other providers wanted to do in healthca…
 
The post Accountable THROUGH Our Fellow Agents TO God (Galatians 6:1-6; 2 Timothy 2:24-25; 3:13-4:5) | God’s Un-Secret Agents: Part 2 appeared first on Community Bible Chapel, Richardson, Texas.By Community Bible Chapel, Richardson, Texas
 
Charlie Cook of the Cook Political Report handicaps the Presidential race coming out of the conventions as Biden's lead stays consistent. UNC Professor Dr. Rick Luettich shares his expertise on hurricanes heading into storm season. James and Al react to the conclusion of the Republican National Convention at the White House as a truly bizarre exper…
 
Senator Jeff Flake separates Conservatism from Trumpism seeking to reclaim the soul of the Republican Party while Wall Street Journal Executive Washington Editor Gerald F Seib examines Reagan as the precursor to Trump in his new book 'We Should Have Seen It Coming: FROM REAGAN TO TRUMP–A FRONT-ROW SEAT TO A POLITICAL REVOLUTION.' Meanwile, James Ca…
 
In this episode, David Chou talks about his new leadership role; shares his experiences working around the world as a health IT leader; and gives insight into his passions, including digital health leaders sharpening their skills, being a foodie, and using social media and marketing technology as a way of connecting.…
 
In this episode, Rusty Yeager shares his experience from the perspective of working in a post-acute care facility, and how his organization serves the community. Rusty talks about his military experience and how it has prepared him for his unique healthcare environment; and how investing in infrastructure is important for the future of healthcare I…
 
Senator Michael Bennet, a member of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, reflects on the Committee’s bipartisan report on Russia's interference in our elections, the US Government's response to prevent a repeat of 2016 this November, the details of Steve Bannon's indictment representative of the Trump Administration's serial corruption, and…
 
In this podcast, Cletis Earle talks about the Penn State COVID-19 survey, and how they are using the findings to change the narrative around diversity and public health. Cletis also shares his thoughts on change leadership, consumer-centric technology as the new norm; and how he is looking forward to seeing the outcomes for the next generation of C…
 
House Majority Whip James Clyburn champions the House bill to save the Post Office securing American's right to vote-by-mail. The Democratic Congressman from South Carolina discusses the races in his home state, Biden's strong pick of Kamala Harris as his running mate, and Michelle Obama's speech at the DNC. James and Al truly wish they were in Mil…
 
In this episode, Myra Davis shares what digital health care means to her. As a long-time healthcare IT leader, she also talks about how to lead through change from a point of confidence, while balancing personal and professional challenges. Myra also shares her thoughts on diversity, inclusion, and women and minorities in health IT.…
 
This episode is full of pearls of wisdom from Chero! He shares how we should embrace COVID-19 as an opportunity to make incremental changes and empower our teams. Chero also talks about a value-enabler mindset, the role of service excellence, and how grit, grace and gratitude should show up in our daily work.…
 
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