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Best Matthew Ellis podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Matthew Ellis podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Desperate to find meaning in his life, troubled Matthew Leads takes a job as the caretaker of an Antarctic Research Facility. An atmospheric isolation horror following his struggles with mental illness, a broken heart and the suffocating presence of Station Blue.
 
A show for marketplace Christians to energize and encourage you to live out your faith every day, right where you are. Begin your day with Christ-centered ideas to share your joy with those around you. Add in weekly interviews with other like-minded Christians so you can share in their joy and learn how they make Jesus visible in their workplace every day.”
 
SheerLuxe.com is an online magazine featuring news, views and edits on all things relevant and desirable for the modern woman. Tune into the bi-weekly Highlights podcast to hear the SL team delve deeper into the stories that have everyone talking, from fashion and beauty to culture and lifestyle. Plus, don't miss SheerLuxe Success Stories (also bi-weekly), a series of exclusive interviews with the UK’s most inspiring female entrepreneurs.
 
In a unique weekly podcast, Edith Bowman sits down with a variety of film directors, actors, producers and composers to talk about the music that inspired them and how they use music in their films, from their current release to key moments in their career. The music chosen by our guests is woven into the interview and used alongside clips from their films. https://twitter.com/soundtrackinguk https://www.facebook.com/Soundtrackingwithedithbowman/ https://play.spotify.com/user/soundtrackingwi ...
 
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This is one of my all time favorite conversations with comedian, philosopher, and fellow psychonaut Duncan Trussell. I can’t think of a better time to bring this conversation back to the collective. We discuss how psychedelics are challenging the stories about how to heal trauma, the reality of how small our fears are in comparison to the divine, a…
 
In Conversation With... Kerry Ellis Townsend SL's founder and editor Georgie Coleridge Cole is joined remotely by West End star Kerry Ellis Townsend. From how she got her big break on stage to how she’s coping with lockdown, Kerry shares her experiences, career highlights and recommendations. And for anyone interested in theatre and music, Kerry ta…
 
We have a powerful God, but we are also part of a spiritual battle. The angel was delayed three weeks getting to Daniel to answer his request. Spiritual conflict is real. God is not subject to the conflict, but because God continues to give us the freedom to choose, evil has a place in our world. And the consequences of evil are real. Trust God and…
 
God calls us to remember. I found the word used 168 times in the NASB. Today is a day when Americans remember those who have given their lives in service to the country. As Christ-followers we also need to remember those who serve Jesus in and through difficulty. Many came before us who have created the path we travel. In free countries, we have th…
 
Ep 289 - Hotline for First Responders Guest: Dr Allan Holmes First Responders are the people rushing into a crisis when the rest of us are rushing away. They are there when criminals break the law, when a building is on fire, when someone has been hurt or is extremely ill or someone has fallen ill due to a pandemic. COVID 19 not only compromises he…
 
How do we return to work in the Coronavirus pandemic? What should we do? Does Jesus have anything to say about how we return to work? Jesus reminds us several times that the last will be first and the first last. Is he talking about when we begin to follow Jesus, whether at a young age or when we're older? Or is he telling us how God's kingdom work…
 
On this week's episode of the Follower of One podcast, Mike talks with Tyler Ellis. Tyler is the Associate Director at FriendSpeak with over 20 years of ministry experience. He currently works with the Let's Start Talking ministry to teach people across the globe English through God's word. Episode Breakdown: 00:58 - Meet Tyler Ellis 3:53 - Tyler's…
 
The term cult following is bandied about a lot, but when it comes Stranger Things, it's certainly one that applies. Fans simply love the Netflix show - what with its blend of mystery, horror, science fiction, supernatural weirdness and childhood innocence, not to mention lashings of 80s nostalgia. So it was a real joy to speak to series composers K…
 
Do we believe that God sees everything? Do we live like it? Where do you come up short? How can we do this better at work? Begin with our first daily activity. If you tell God, "Here I am" ever day, he will put you to work. You will see your life transformed. You will be changed. And he will use your new attitude and your new transparency to make h…
 
If God called you to something, are you fulfilling it? We agreed yesterday that we're called. We're told we will be God's witnesses. We know God intends for us to make a difference in the lives of others. But we feel guilt or dread because we don't want to be "that guy" at work. We don't want to be a pushy salesperson. But we want our faith to matt…
 
SL's Charlotte Collins, Heather Steele and Lu Hough are joined by blogger India Sehmi, aka @theindiaedit, to discuss this week's hottest topics... Food and booze are on the agenda this week, as the team share their go-to cocktail recipes right now. They share their tips on how to #makeamealofit, from the niche brands to order food from to how to la…
 
Are you "called into the ministry?" In this passage in Acts, we hear from the Apostle Paul who clearly was called. He talks about his calling into "ministry." The word translated "ministry" here is also the same word translated "service" in other places. God called Paul to serve. He also calls us to do the same, not the exact way Paul did. But we'r…
 
I am incredibly grateful to connect with Trevor Hall at this really unique time, and receive his musical medicine. We discuss his spiritual belief structures, where they have come from and how he alchemizes them into the lyrics of his amazing songs. He also goes deep on the duality that COVID-19 has created for his industry. On one hand there is an…
 
In Conversation... Matthew Jukes SL's Founder and Editor Georgie Coleridge Cole is joined remotely by wine expert Matthew Jukes to answer your questions. From the perfect dinner party pairings to the supermarket bargains to know, how to know when a bottle is corked to the Welsh wines that might surprise you, the two cover everything you could want …
 
Often we think we're not qualified to talk about Jesus or religion in the workplace. Matters of opinion, like religion and politics are off limits. Besides, many people notice lately how easily you can get fried for speaking out in our social medial world these days. Everything is a sound bite. But when you trust Christ, you are qualified to talk a…
 
Rick Beato is a multi-instrumentalist, music teacher, producer, dad to Layla and Dylan, and host to three deaf animals (2 dogs and a cat). His YouTube show (What Makes This Song Great?) is the best guide to the magic and mystery of music I know. This episode sponsored by nobody at all. Find me on Instagram or Twitter. Please consider supporting thi…
 
How urgent are we with the message of salvation? Do you experience much joy in your daily walk with Jesus? I believe we can associate the two. If we experience the joy of walking with Jesus daily, we also experience joy and excitement when we help others experience that joy too. The women at the tomb ran with fear and joy to tell the disciples. Do …
 
Your circumstances can't separate you from God. God made a perfect way. Any time you want it, you have access to God and you will never be separated from God's love. Do you believe this statement? How hard do you have to work to get God's love if Romans 8:38-39 are true? And if this is true, as I believe it to be, how does this passage challenge yo…
 
This week on the Follower Of One Podcast, Mike speaks with Lee Whitehead. Lee has caught the entrepreneur bug and started his consulting firm called UVOICE Consulting, Inc., focusing on marketing, sales enabling, and technology audits. He has been working with Follower Of One in several capacities including, editing and producing our podcast. Lee w…
 
Our latest guest on Lockdown Soundtracking is the wonderful Nitin Sawhney. It's hard to know where to begin when it comes to summarising his career, so diverse has it been. Suffice to say, he's made considerable contributions to just about every single creative art-form, from film, TV and video game scores to theatre, poetry and dance. As well as h…
 
"Where there is no vision, the people are unrestrained. But happy is he who keeps the law. Our vision for the future can pull us in or it can freeze us in our tracks. Vision enables progress. What is the dream you have for your career, or for your work? What is the dream for your life? Do your actions today create the legacy you hope for? Be the pe…
 
What stops you? What causes you to give up or to quit? Sometimes we need to quit. When we get into an area of weakness, we may need to change paths or cease a particular activity. But there's a fine line between giving up on something we've tried, or changing course, or failing to start. Are you the kind of person who finds the reasons why somethin…
 
The team have a host of new recommendations this week, from the book Heather devoured in a day to the new Netflix series that had Charlotte hooked. Then, talk turns to interiors, as they share SL's new favourite home launches this month and the interiors Insta accounts they're loving now. Finally, food is on the agenda, from creative ideas with tor…
 
How we think about our bosses and people in authority over us matters. Do you respect your boss? Do you actively work in their best interests? This proverb cautions us to do our jobs well because we will benefit from it, but also to care for our bosses. We will receive the fruit of our labor and we will receive honor if we care for our masters or o…
 
Powerlifting poet Jerzy Gregorek is a legend, and boasts one of the biggest podcasts ever with Tim Ferriss. I got a first-hand look as to why when I sat down with a man who can only be described as a true master. He has dedicated his life to applying micro-progression and the compounding beauty of time to the arts of Olympic weightlifting, poetry, …
 
In Conversation... Clover Straud SL's Georgie Coleridge Cole is joined by journalist and SL contributor Clover Straud to discuss life in lockdown. From her eccentric, fun upbringing to her life as a single mum, her adventures trading horses in Ireland to her battles with post-partum depression, Clover discusses her exciting life, as well as offerin…
 
What problems do you face? What challenges? Maybe you've been trying to live your faith at work, but you've come up against some difficulty. Maybe you've experienced a negative review or you've been turned down for a promotion. Maybe you feel like the Career Builder ad where everyone you work with is a monkey. In this passage, Mike reminds us, and …
 
ON THE EPISODE THE CREW TALKS NIC CAGE AS TIGER KING, THE DEPUT OF SOLAR OPPOSITES ON HULU AND A RISE OF SKYWALKER REVISIT/REVIEW WITH DISNEY+ MAY THE 4TH LAUNCH. CHEERS SUPPORT HTTP://WWW.HEROESBYTHEPINT.COM HTTP://WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/HEROESBYTHEPINT HTTP://WWW.INSTAGRAM.COM/HEROESBYTHEPINT HTTP://WWW.TWITTER.COM/HEROESBYTHEPINT…
 
Are you skilled in your work? Your excellence will place you in the presence of important people. Excellence attracts excellence. The quality of our work gives us influence in the lives of others. When we do our work very well, then we will be given opportunities to stand before important people. Nehemiah was the wine-taster for the king. He was tr…
 
Matt and Winston lived in China for years, learning to speak the language, love the people, and distrust the government. Their insights are surprising and fascinating. This episode sponsored by Kettle and Fire. (Use code CHRIS for 15% off your order -- free shipping for 6 or more items.) Find me on Instagram or Twitter. Please consider supporting t…
 
In our broken world, how can we say we succeed as believers? Difficult things happen every day. The pandemic continues. Unemployment is skyrocketing. Why doesn't God just "fix" everything? Mike discusses how Paul can suggest we overwhelmingly conquer or succeed when our situation is falling apart.By Mike Henry Sr.
 
It's a very special episode for score lovers this week, as Edith is joined by Geoff Barrow and Redg Weeks from Invada Records. With its impeccable roster of composers, Invada's back catalogue has featured more times on our podcast than we can count. Among the artists they've worked with who we've spoken to - Cliff Martinez, Mica Levi, Blanck Mass, …
 
In this week's episode of the Follower of One Podcast Mike speaks with Dr. Chris Wall. Chris is the Senior Pastor of First Baptist Church Owasso and talks to Mike about how these uncertain times have brought some changes to both the church and our daily lives. Episode Breakdown 01:20 - Meet Chris Wall 4:55 - How has Faith moved with these times? 6:…
 
Jesus noticed a woman putting 2 small coins in the offering. And he took the time to point it out to his disciples. It was common for people to make a show of what they put in. It would have been a procession with people showing off, being noisy, doing their giving in a way that said, "Look at me." But not this widow. She was quiet. But she put in …
 
Just before Jesus was crucified, a lady came to him during an evening meal and broke an expensive jar of perfume and poured it over Jesus. She wasn't rational. She didn't just sprinkle some of it on him. But she broke the vial. She wanted to use every bit. When we love someone we do unreasonable things. Our love prompts us. Do we love Jesus such th…
 
This week, SL's Charlotte Collins and Lu Hough are joined remotely by Sarah Ellis and Philippa Bloom, the duo behind ultra-popular blog We Are Twinset, for a fashion special. From lockdown loungewear to designer essentials, Sarah and Philippa talk to SL team through their wardrobe heroes right now. They discuss finding their signature style, the pi…
 
Do you often find yourself struggling to get your thoughts into a conversation of peers at work? This passage seems to suggest that our struggle to get our words out says something about us. A person with a calm spirit who can keep their mouth closed can't be easily distinguished from someone who is wise, or who has knowledge. Think about that toda…
 
Bode Miller was the first person in my life that I can honestly call a brother. From the first night we met I knew there was resonance. He has been here through the manifestation of Onnit as the first investor, but more importantly as a guiding light for what it means to be Onnit. Bode has cultivated a somatic wisdom by constantly pushing the edges…
 
Before honor, humility. Who do you learn from? Who can give you advice, or correction? Mike notices that this entire chapter is filled with stern words for people who can't be corrected. Do you struggle to be right all the time? How can God use us if we're wrong? When we respect others, when we lead with humility, we find we can learn from anyone a…
 
In Conversation... Georgia Toffolo This week, SL's founder and editor Georgie Coleridge Cole is joined remotely by TV personality and now author Georgia Toffolo to discuss life in lockdown. The latter shares her experiences with her new puppy, alongside how she's staying entertained, from disastrous cooking to reading to catch ups with Stanley John…
 
A reading and discussion of "What You Can't Say," a very powerful essay by Paul Graham, that shows the importance of tolerating thoughts and statements that may be "offensive," "inappropriate," and/or "heretical." More importantly, Graham shows how to find wisdom in our taboos and prohibited speech and thoughts. This episode sponsored by nobody at …
 
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Do you ever think you know something and then find that you stop learning? Mike talks about how he spent many years as a know-it-all and how his arrogance cost relationships and learning. When we can take advice and listen to others we learn, but when we think we have all the answers, we stop learning and make it hard for others to relate to us. Mi…
 
Can your circumstances separate you from Christ's love? Can your situation take you some place where Christ's love can't reach you? Here, the apostle Paul clearly states that nothing can separate us from Christ's love. Christ loves us and God provides for us in famine, persecution, and COVID-19 pandemics. And if that's true, how should we now live?…
 
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