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Havilah Cunnington has been in full-time ministry for twenty years, and serves as a pastor at Bethel Church. Havilah and her husband, Ben, lead a nonprofit and an online platform called Truth to Table, reaching the world with Bible studies, messages, and lifestyle leadership tools. Havilah and Ben live in Redding, California, with their four sons: Judah, Hudson, Grayson, and Beckham. www.truthtotable.com www.theinfluencertable.com www.havilahcunnington.com
 
Achtung! Achtung! Comedian Al Murray and historian James Holland discuss all matters Second World War. We Have Ways of Making You Talk is a bi-weekly show exploring the war in close up. James and Al have a stunning knowledge of their subject, but don't expect a linear narrative. The boys love a tangent and a forgotten tale. We Have Ways of Making You Talk roams down forgotten front lines, casts new villains and makes the case for unlikely heroes. Send questions to James and Al via Twitter us ...
 
So many of us have been given bad answers to good questions -- questions about God, suffering, prayer, fate, science, justice, and more -- often by people with pure intentions. But we needn't stop with those pat answers. You have permission to take both Christianity and the modern world very seriously, and this podcast will introduce you to people from across the Christian spectrum engaging these timeless and difficult questions in various ways.
 
Each episode we get the privilege to speak to the amazing people taking Winter Haven, FL and its surrounding Central Florida area to the next level. We’re future focused, celebrating our entrepreneurial history and leveraging it for our bright future ahead. This podcast is produced by the Greater Winter Haven Chamber of Commerce and is meant to generate pride in and knowledge of our community to residents and visitors alike. Our producing partner is Dolphin Image Studios.
 
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SoWizard April continues, this week with Aubrey discussing 1985’s John Cusack led comedy/romance, Better Off Dead. Turns out, Travis hasn’t seen this one either. So, how does it hold up? Is it even worth seeing in the first place? Let’s see what they thought? Thanks go out to Audie Norman (@OddlyNormalOne) for the album art. Outro music “In Pursuit…
 
"One of my great hopes for the movie and for the book is that when people have been inside a different experience, that when they look at people, they’ll wonder what those people have to say in terms of what their story is rather than just trying to kind of slot them in this American caste system." Zibby is joined by journalist, author, and screenw…
 
Arnold Schwarzenegger, the actor who gave the world an appetite for action and, Bruce Willis, the hero who evolved what an action star could be. With over 200 acting credits combined, these titans of Tinseltown, have brought to the big screen some of the most iconic heroes in the past 100 years. On this episode, we pick our favorites and attempt to…
 
In episode 69 of the Mic'd In New Haven podcast, Mike Colon is joined by highly decorated retired NYPD Lieutenant, mental health advocate, & author Peter Pranzo as the two discussed Pete's harrowing 21 years on the police department including responding to riots following Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination as a rookie, taking on drug dealers in…
 
Alison Hammer joins Zibby to talk about her new book, Little Pieces of Me, as well as the other six projects she has going on at the moment. The two talk about how Alison's experiences participating in the National Novel Writing Month challenge have resulted in multiple finished novels, as well as how they both have novels stored away, waiting to b…
 
WEEEE’REEEEE BAAAACKKK! After a much needed month off of recovery from our livestream, we’re joined once again by Laughs on Tap member and good friend, Derek McGill to discuss the first in a semi-okay quintology of films, 2002’s The Bourne Identity! Only true Bourne fans will know this deep cut, “Don’t Tread On My Stone”; Vodka Soda water 2 cherrie…
 
Spring Blues Vax Lyfe Chompin’ & Dishwashin’ Pizza Reviews & Deuxmoi Purchases Clickbait Plants Farmer/Jeep Man Have To Can’t Virus Jogger, Topo Chico Booze Playing Games While Driving Slap Boxing Brockhampton, Ratboys, Kishi Bashi Godzilla vs. Kong, Justice League, Tenet Portrait of a Lady on Fire Vacations Hotel Intercourse Ward 8 Outro: Harmony …
 
Sports Illustrated NBA writer and sports media veteran Howard Beck re-joins the show after originally appearing way back in episode 10 (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/episode-10-howard-beck/id1347647537?i=1000499395700) as he & Mike Colon discuss his California roots, 49ers super fandom, covering the Los Angeles Lakers during their dynastic …
 
Britain’s war time intelligence operations are the subject of discussion as Al Murray and James Holland exchange notes on their latest reading matter, Behind the Enigma: The Authorised History of GCHQ. The boys also explore the escape attempts of British and Allied POWs in Italy. We Have Ways has a membership club which includes a live version of t…
 
CLICK TO SUBSCRIBE ON YOUR FAVORITE PODCATCHER We did it! We watched all of these pretty uneven movies, and now we get to watch what was quite possibly one of the most bizarre ceremonies ever, not because of any shenanigans like streakers or political statements, but just because ABC made some incredibly odd choices in their first year broadcasting…
 
In the first of what I hope are many conversations with those more conservative than myself about progressive Christianity, Brad Jones shares his worries and concerns, both personal and theological. This is a very open, frank, kind, and curious conversation between two people who agree on a good chunk of things but also disagree on a lot. I really …
 
"I'm so grateful to anyone who's read the book or passed the book onto someone or posted about it because it wouldn't exist without all of that." Meg Mason talks with Zibby about how she wrote an entire draft for the wrong book before she found her way into writing her latest novel, Sorrow and Bliss. The two also talk about why doctors often approa…
 
Hasan Wiso came to Canada with his family via Lebanon from Syria in 2016. I was lucky enough to be one of Hasan’s first teachers in Haliburton, Ontario, that fall. Hasan and I learned to communicate as effectively as possible while he learned to speak English using Google Translate and a variety of translation apps. As his English got better and hi…
 
On Episode 52 - Taking Flight, we speak to Alex Vacha, the energetic director of the Winter Haven Regional Airport. You'll hear him speak about how much the airport has grown and what plans are in place for the future. We also speak to Lisa M. Peto, APRN, FNP-C, a family nurse practitioner with AdventHealth Lake Wales Medical Group about the import…
 
Think about it. I mean go ahead and really think about it. Our thoughts are extremely powerful. They alter our perspective, influence our decisions, and sway our habits. But what do we do when we become a captive to our thoughts, unable to escape negative and unhealthy thinking? Many times it’s like walking through a minefield during a war and that…
 
נדבת הר"ר מתתיהו גילבערט הי"ו מארגון ר' ישעיה'לע'ס קיטשען לכבוד ולזכר הרה"ק ר' יעקב חיים מסטאלין זצוק"ל - מנו"כ בדיטרויט נדבת הר"ר הרוצה בעילום שמו הי"ו לכבוד ולזכר הרה"ק ר' יעקב חיים מסטאלין זצוק"ל - מנו"כ בדיטרויט נלמד לזכות אליעזר בן פיגא ומשפחתו פטרון חודש אייר ידידנו הר"ר מענדל בראכפעלד הי"ו לע"נ אביו הרה"ח ר' משה יוסף בן ר' יעקב ז"ל…
 
"Whether you're dealing with your muffin top over the waistband of your pants or friends who die too young or careers that blow up or slowly shrivel or whatever, you have to remember you're just lucky to be here." Former Editor in Chief of Real Simple and author of Did I Say That Out Loud Kristin van Ogtrop joins Zibby to talk about the importance …
 
This week we hear more of your war time family stories. Including the story of an alarming experience in a London hospital’s labour ward during an air raid; how a prisoner in a labour camp in Nagasaki didn’t even notice the atom bomb falling; and how numerous close escapes eventually led to being reunited with her family for one Polish lady. With t…
 
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