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Start your day with faith and encouragement as Pastor Kerrick Butler shares a daily dose of inspiration to help you live the victorious lifestyle of faith.
In today's Faith Talk, Pastor Kerrick shares how faith and grace are both essential to your lifestyle of faith.
A bi-monthly podcast recapping Gaston Leroux’s 1909 novel “The Phantom of the Opera” with various detours and side quests along the way by two dizzy broads who love Phantom.
Former NFL journalist David Bradford and former Daily Beacon fantasy football analyst Daniel Scrugham break down the NFL landscape from their unique perspectives. David provides informed analysis from his journalistic experience, while Daniel combines analytics, fantasy football, and Vegas betting trends to provide a clear picture of today's NFL.
This podcast is about different, everyday guys issues. The conversation is meant to make you laugh. But also make you think and ponder. It can be street and at the same time intellectual. Ok, who am I kidding, it’s going to be more street.
Brought to you by Union University's Office of University Ministries (OUM), this podcast is meant to be a resource for those at Union looking to take their next step toward God's global purpose. In this show, Michael Chapman interviews various people affected by the OUM, including student leaders, faculty, staff, and missionaries about topics ranging from church involvement to full-time mission work.
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This podcast features a series of conversations with people who bridge orchestral performance and theatre by reimagining how concerts are programmed and presented, how musicians perform, where performance can occur, and the role of the audience in the co-creation of the live event. This podcast is part of a research project funded by the British Academy. For more information, please visit the project blog: https://sites.exeter.ac.uk/orchestraltheatre Photo credit: Matt Belcher (Southbank Sinfonia)
A delve into the world of research, how it affects our lives and the world we live in. A University of the West of Scotland podcast.
The Atypical Parenting podcast is a resource for parents and caregivers of individuals with autism. Hosted by psychiatric nurse practitioner and mother of an adult autistic son, Dawn Tree, the podcast offers information, support, and encouragement for those caring for loved ones on the autistic spectrum. Tune in to learn and laugh along with Dawn as she explores relevant topics through discussion and expert interviews.
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A podcast where the story is made up and the rules barely matter.
The weekly podcast of Timber Lake Christian Church in Moberly, MO.
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