CHC public
[search 0]
×
Best CHC podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best CHC podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
Join millions of Player FM users today to get news and insights whenever you like, even when you're offline. Podcast smarter with the free podcast app that refuses to compromise. Let's play!
Join the world's best podcast app to manage your favorite shows online and play them offline on our Android and iOS apps. It's free and easy!
More
show episodes
 
Hi! Welcome to the Lively Living With Lupus podcast. I’m Lydia Romero Johnson, RN & holistic health coach. I teach women with lupus how to regain their energy, thrive without pain, and create the life of their dreams. My intention here is to help you realize that while you have lupus, you also have many tools, strategies, and resources available to live YOUR happiest and healthiest life. I’ve struggled with lupus, and now I thrive. I want to create a ripple effect of women using natural solu ...
 
The Cool House Collective (CHC) is a group of DJs and music lovers that look to showcase and promote local electronic talent from Cleveland and surrounding areas. The DJs we host play a wide variety of EDM, offering a unique experience every time. This podcast will showcase the best local and regional talent. Thanks for subscribing!
 
There's so much misinformation out there regarding what's healthy & what's not, it's no wonder people are so confused & don't know what to eat anymore. I'm here to clear the air, share industry's dirty little secrets & give you lifestyle tips you can incorporate today for optimal health!
 
Loading …
show series
 
This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Dr. Naor Bar-Zeev, Deputy Director of the International Vaccine Access Center at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. He examines the scientific guidelines governing COVID-19 vaccine phase 3 clinical trials, including a broad demographic representation to ensure vaccine …
 
In Numbers 22, there are four important lessons on how to respond to life’s challenges believers can learn from four characters. In this sermon by Bobby Chaw, we learn from Balak, king of Moab, that unlike unbelievers, we can be focused on God. From the prophet Balaam, we learn that we must not be double-minded, but be pure. God’s presence in the c…
 
You are not on your own—God is with you. In this rousing sermon, Pastor Phil Pringle of C3 Church, Sydney reminds us of the God Factor. God wants to put “But God” faith in us—it’s what causes us to have victory over our enemies. Pastor Phil lists three situations in which we most need the God Factor: when we are fearful, when we get ourselves in a …
 
This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Dr. Eric Topol, Founder and Director of the Scripps Translational Institute, and author of “The Creative Destruction of Medicine”. Dr. Topol is a renowned cardiologist and health data champion, and shares a harsh assessment of federal handling of the COVID-19 Pandemic in the US. He’s he…
 
This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Dr. Zeke Emanuel, Chair of the Department of Medical Ethics at the University of Pennsylvania. A former advisor to the Obama Administration, he predicts the pandemic won’t be fully brought under control until late next year, when an approved vaccine can be successfully deployed across h…
 
In this very first weekend edition of Coffee With Kong, Pastor Kong Hee takes the interviewer’s seat as he speaks to his guest, Pastor Bill Johnson of Bethel Church through video conferencing. Tackling topics from COVID-19 and the future of church to fanning the flames of spiritual fire, be blessed by the wisdom shared in this warm conversation. Le…
 
In this season, being stuck in the middle, unable to fully resume life as we know it, can make Christians feel like their faith has been left hanging in mid-air. In his weekend message, Pastor Aries Zulkarnain comforts and inspires the listener to find purpose in “the middle”. There are two ways to relook at our situation. One, our loss of purpose …
 
This week hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Andy Slavitt, former Acting Administrator of CMS under President Obama. He is founder of United States of Care and Town Hall Ventures, two entities committed to advancing health coverage and health reform in the US through bipartisan coalitions. Mr. Slavitt analyzes the failed national r…
 
In this encouraging sermon, Pastor Kong Hee shows how, throughout Jesus’ life He managed crisis and change without ever losing His focus. As He entered new seasons of life, Jesus increased in wisdom and stature and in favor with God and men. God uses seasons of change to test our moral qualities and find the cracks in our character. Jesus went thro…
 
This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Dr. Donald Warne, Director of Indians Into Medicine (INMED) at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine. A renowned expert on American Indian health policies, Dr. Warne talks about the devastating toll COVID-19 is exacting on communities of color, particularly American Indians,…
 
Erwin McManus, lead pastor of Mosaic Church in LA, returns with a powerful message gleaned from the four lepers in 2 Kings 7, who were so desperate in the famine that they set out for the enemy land of the Arameans. There are four lessons to be learned: one, we need to find courage in desperation, to move forward realizing we have nothing to lose b…
 
This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter welcome Dr. Susan Hassmiller, Senior Advisor for Nursing at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and Advisor to the President for Nursing at the National Academy of Medicine. Dr. Hassmiller talks about the dramatic role America’s 3.8 million nurses are playing in addressing the COVID-19 pandemic, h…
 
How do you respond to crisis? In this sermon based on Numbers 21 Bobby Chaw encourages you to respond in faith and respond with praise. The first generation of the children of Israel allowed songs of praise to leave their lips and replaced them with complaints—they failed to reach their Promised Land. David, on the other hand, wrote Psalms 16 and 3…
 
This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with House Majority Whip, US Congressman James Clyburn who says we have reached an inflection point in American history in addressing the high cost to communities of color from health disparities, policing injustices and economic inequality. Congressman Clyburn examines important legislation…
 
In this Father’s Day message, Aries Zulkarnain celebrates fathers and our Heavenly Father. The Bible exhorts us to honor our father and mother, that we may live long in the land the Lord is giving us. When we honor our father, we are blessed and we gain access to his gifts. Sharing a powerful personal lesson he gained watching his own father handle…
 
This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Dr. Michael Osterholm, world-renowned epidemiologist, pandemic expert and Director of the Center for Infectious Disease, Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota. The author of The Deadliest Enemy: Our War with Killer Germs, Dr Osterholm has warned for years of the likelihood …
 
In this fourth and final sermon of this series, Pastor Kong Hee teaches the four dimensions of Christ’s love out of 1 Corinthians 13:7. First, love always protects: it doesn’t broadcast the problems of others, or criticize other in public. Love safeguards a person’s dignity and reputation. Second, love always trusts: it constantly believes the best…
 
This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Dr. Marjorie Innocent, Senior Director of Health Programs at the NAACP. Dr. Innocent speaks on the current climate of protest against entrenched racism in America, the NAACP’s call to action to address police brutality, economic and health disparities, and the need to foster a culture o…
 
Why does God allow so much suffering? What will life be like after COVID-19? These are questions we have no answers to, and situations beyond our control. In this powerful and personal message, Sun Ho encourages the listener to draw closer to God than ever. God uses challenges to make us stronger, purer and more dependent on Him; all that we endure…
 
In this Pentecost Sunday message, Pastor Bobby Chaw delivers a powerful reminder about the Holy Spirit who was promised to every believer by Jesus in John 14:16-18, that He will abide with us forever. Drawing from Abraham's example in Genesis 18, there are four ways to respond to the Holy Spirit. First, we must be sensitive to His presence and hear…
 
Thank you for joining me this lupus awareness month!💜 Here’s the research article >> https://pdfs.journals.lww.com/co-rheumatology/2019/11000/Update_on_lupus_epidemiology__advancing_health.20.pdf?token=method%7CExpireAbsolute;source%7CJournals;ttl%7C1590971395290;payload%7CmY8D3u1TCCsNvP5E421JYK6N6XICDamxByyYpaNzk7FKjTaa1Yz22MivkHZqjGP4kdS2v0J76WGA…
 
In this third part of his series on the love of Jesus based on 1 Cor 13, Pastor Kong Hee shows us how Jesus did not respond to the darkness of other people in a typical way. First of all, love is not easily angered. Jesus did get angry but he never lost control of Himself. We must be good-natured like Jesus, asking God for unlimited patience. Secon…
 
In this second instalment of this series on the love of Jesus, Pastor Kong Hee preaches on the five characteristics that love is not (1 Cor 13:4-5). Love does not envy. When we are resentful, jealous, competitive, we kill love. Instead, learn to celebrate the victories of others. Love does not boast. Jesus did not seek recognition for His works; Hi…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2020 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login