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The Feminist Present

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The Feminist Present

The Clayman Institute for Gender Research

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Welcome to The Feminist Present, the first podcast from the Clayman Institute for Gender Research at Stanford University. Hosts Adrian Daub and Laura Goode welcome a range of feminists from academia, journalism, activism and more. Please join us as we use the gift of feminism to figure out what’s going on right now.
 
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L'Hymne à la Daube

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L'Hymne à la Daube

Raphaëlle Berlanda-Beauvallet

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🇫🇷 Le podcast qui aspire à l’abolition de l’idée de bons et mauvais goûts musicaux. Parce qu'il est temps de rendre ses mérites à la musique en général. 🇬🇧 Podcast aiming to abolish the idea of good and bad taste in music. Because it's about time we give credit to music in general. https://linktr.ee/L_Hymne_a_La_Daube Notre politique de confidentialité GDPR a été mise à jour le 8 août 2022. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
 
Join Kathy Garland and her guest experts as they discuss topics relevant to business growth, branding and leadership. If you want to leap to the next level in your business and life, this is the place to learn how to do that. The Leader in You is about how to lead in business and life so you have less stress and better results. It's about creating opportunities for yourself and your business.
 
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Pastor Matters

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Pastor Matters

Center for Preaching & Pastoral Leadership

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The Pastor Matters Podcast seeks to equip and encourage pastors and church leaders in whatever context of ministry they find themselves in. Join Ronjour Locke and Brandon Ward each week as they look at various topics related to preaching and pastoral leadership. Pastor Matters is produced by the Center for Preaching and Pastoral Leadership at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.
 
Practice Success County of Riverside Business Podcast. I interview business owners Here in County Of Riverside and learn about their systems and processes. I enjoy learning about marketing, branding, and how people make money. I'm passionate about people making it happen by taking action. Help me uncover the key to wealth, success, and happiness.
 
Conversations with Makers, Artisans and Crafters, and also those who we collaborate with including photographers, bloggers, influencers and more. Remember your first Craft Fair? The sweaty palms and the weeks sleepless nights worried about the things you'd forget? It gets easier once you get going, but wouldn't it be nice to have a resource to hear stories of how to prepare, what to expect and even the do's and don'ts. Starting a small business from a hobby and turning it into something bigg ...
 
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Why is delegation in ministry so important? What are some examples of delegation taking place in the Bible? How does delegation in ministry affect the pastor's health? Join Ronjour and Brandon this week as they discuss the importance of delegation in ministry.Learn more about the Center for Preaching and Pastoral Leadership by visiting www.pastorsc…
 
How do you know if your church is in decline? What are some reasons churches face decline? What are some solutions that can revive declining churches? How can pastors in declining churches stay encouraged? Join Ronjour and Brandon this week as they discuss how to pastor a church in decline with Matt Henslee (Associational Mission Strategist for the…
 
What does Christian leadership look like? What does it mean for leaders to be known as workers for joy? Is it a mistake to view the qualifications as prerequisites for church leadership? Join Ronjour and Brandon this week as they sit down with Dr. David Mathis (Pastor at Cities Church in Saint Paul, Minnesota) to discuss his new book, Workers for Y…
 
What is a succession plan? What should churches consider when putting together a plan for succession? What are some signs the transition among leaders is going well? Join Brandon this week as he sits down with Bryant Wright and Clay Smith to discuss ministry transitions and their succession story at Johnson Ferry Baptist Church. Learn more about Br…
 
Legendary Lawman Chuck Haggard from Agile Training and Consulting joins me today to talk about OC, the devils hot sauce, liquid fire etc. Chuck was on the ground floor of the LE world when it began to be implemented and knows far more than the average bear about what it is and how it works. If you are on the fence about carrying OC tune in! Thanks …
 
Join us as we continue mythbusting through moral panics with our fantastic guest Jules Gill-Peterson. Adrian, Laura, and Jules discuss how cancel culture has its roots deep in transphobia and the misinformation surrounding the moral panic about transgender kids. Jules Gill-Peterson is Associate Professor of History at Johns Hopkins University. Jule…
 
What is the goal of theology? How does thinking about God lead to greater enjoyment of God? How should we treat those we disagree with over theological matters? Join Ronjour and Brandon this week as they sit down with Dr. Ronni Kurtz (Assistant Professor of Theology at Cedarville University) to discuss his new book, Fruitful Theology: How the Life …
 
Doug Deaton is a retired LEO and the proprietor of RDR Texas a Private Investigation firm focused on Expert Witness Opinion and Crisis Management. Doug and I discussed what we believe will be a new challenge to those teaching self defense with a firearm, legal Culpability. In other words you could be held responsible for the material you teach and …
 
When should pastors consider leaving their current role for another ministry opportunity? How can pastors lead their families well when transitioning to a new ministry role? What does it look like for a pastor to finish well before leaving? Join Ronjour and Brandon this week as they discuss ministry transitions with Dr. Jordon Willard (First Baptis…
 
Erick G from Cougar Mountain Solutions joins me today to talk the “Operational” aspects of pistol mounted red dot sights. Erick is about the only instructor I’ve seen talk about the operational considerations of using a pistol red dot. Erick was also the developer of the Gunsite 250 Red Dot Class. We are now 30 years into pistol red dots and have f…
 
Bolke is back. DB and I talk mainly about force decisions. Force decisions are where things go bad in the defensive gun community and the LEO world. It is also the area very few trainers spend any time addressing. So instead of how fast, how many rounds etc. we are devoting this episode to conveying how to make a good force decision if confronted w…
 
John Daub joins me today. We often hear the phrase “train like you fight” but how manyh people actually do it? John and I shot a few classes at Taccon together and I’ve always admired that he carry’s on the range what he carries every day from the gun to the holster and all points in between. John has been in the process of evaluating a minimum com…
 
Steve Moses returns this week to give us his insight into church safety and security. Steve has managed security teams for over 20 years in some of the largest mega-churches in the Dallas area. We cover everything from the parking lot to the sanctuary in this episode. If you have a security team at your church or are a member of a security team you…
 
Vauhini Vara joins TFP to discuss her debut novel The Immortal King Rao. Vauhini was born in Saskatchewan, Canada, as the daughter of Indian immigrants, and grew up there and in Oklahoma and the Seattle suburbs. She reported at The Wall Street Journal for nine years, with writing also appearing in The New York Times Magazine, The Atlantic, Harper’s…
 
Bryan just returned from Tom Givens Rangemaster Instructor Course hosted by Apache Solutions in Yadkinville North Carolina. It was such a good course our old pal Hany decided to let Rob be the host of the show for a change of pace. If you are an instructor or have considered becoming one, the rangemaster course is one I can’t recommend enough. Spon…
 
Ronjour and Brandon conclude their series highlighting the importance of theological education by having a conversation on pastors and biblical counseling with Dr. Tate Cockrell (Associate Professor of Counseling at SEBTS). Do pastors typically receive adequate training in counseling? How can pastors shepherd victims of abuse? When should pastors c…
 
This Episode was not scheduled in advance. After the events of Uvalde TX I was reached out to by several listeners that recommended I get ahold of our old pal DB. DB spent many years running a security team for a very high end private school in Southern California where many of the richest families in Hollywood sent their children. I let DB take th…
 
Brandon discusses the important role the biblical languages play in studying and teaching the Scriptures with Robb Coleman and Jeremy Robbins.What are some specific examples of how beneficial the languages are in studying the Bible? What are pastors missing when they don’t have a working knowledge of the languages? Why is there value in learning th…
 
So many different bullet weights, designs and velocities so how do I pick defensive ammunition? Mark Fricke is a retired cop, firearms instructor and historian of all things ballistic. Mark and I devote this episode to giving you the tools to select ammunition. We answer questions like what is DOJ/NIJ ammo testing and what does it mean? Sorry for t…
 
In this episode, Brandon sits down with Keelan Cook (Instructor of Missiology) and Anna Daub (Director of Special Projects and Partnerships) to discuss theological education, global missions, and how churches fulfill the Great Commission.Should someone who desires to serve on the mission field be theologically trained? What should a pastor do if a …
 
Ronjour and Brandon discuss the importance of theological education in student ministry with Dr. Scott Pace (Dean of The College at Southeastern). Why should aspiring student pastors pursue seminary training? What are some steps that can be taken by student pastors to make their ministry more theologically driven? How do we get rid of this idea tha…
 
Ronjour and Brandon continue their series highlighting theological education by having a discussion on pastors and ethics with Dr. Mark Liederbach (Senior Professor of Theology, Ethics and Culture at SEBTS). What is the goal of ethics? How can pastors help their people develop an ethical framework in the church? What are some pressing ethical issue…
 
From 1946 to 2016 planet earth was fortunate enough to be graced by a giant among men. The gunfighters’ gunfighter, the riflemans’ rifleman, the Marine’s Marine, the cops’ cop and the firearms instructor’s instructor one Patrick Rogers. Today I hosted a roundtable with three guy’s who spent a large amount of time with Pat. DB from the west coast, W…
 
DB returns this week to talk the difference between Cop mindset and Armed Citizen mindset. The differences are vast and have a meaningful impact on the direction of your individual training and even lifestyle. Don’t forget to sign up for the Podcast giveaways and the Guardian conference! Sponsors of Today’s Episode: EDC Belt Company www.edcbeltco.c…
 
Ronjour and Brandon discuss the importance of theology in the life of a pastor with Dr. Keith Whitfield (Associate Professor of Theology & Provost at Southeastern). How does theology shape the pastor’s preaching? Is theology supposed to unite us? How should we think through and adopt certain theological positions? What are some characteristics of a…
 
Angela Garbes is the author of Like a Mother, an NPR Best Book of the Year and finalist for the Washington State Book Award in Nonfiction. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The Cut, New York, Bon Appétit, and featured on NPR's Fresh Air. On this week's episode, she and Laura laugh and cry as they discuss her new book Essential Labor, whi…
 
38 year cop and esteemed gun writer Rob Garrett joins me this week to discuss his affliction….or affinity for the small frams Smith and Wesson revolver or J-Frame. Rob is a bit of an authority on the J-Frame and I have spent the last 21 years having one somewhere in the safe or on my person. We talk Stocks, Holsters, Ammo, Sights and much more. If …
 
Dr. Chuck Lawless is back again! This week, he joins Ronjour and Brandon to help kick off our brand new series on theological education! Over the next few weeks, we will be featuring Southeastern faculty, students, and alumni to help discuss some of the major topics discussed in seminary. Where is theological education going? What should the partne…
 
Nell McShane Wulfhart is a frequent contributor to the New York Times travel section and wrote the column “Carry On” from 2016-2019. She has written for Travel + Leisure, Bon Appétit, Condé Nast Traveler, The Wall Street Journal Magazine, and T Magazine. She is the author of the Audible Original Off Menu. She joins Laura to discuss her new book "Th…
 
Ronjour and Brandon talk pastors and spiritual warfare with Dr. Chuck Lawless (VP of Spiritual Formation at Southeastern). What does the Bible tell us about spiritual warfare? How do we discern what is spiritual warfare and what isn’t? What is the enemy’s endgame when it comes to spiritual warfare and believers? Join us this week as we tackle these…
 
Have you ever pondered what happens when you put two cops in the studio post Steak and Bourbon? Well you get a semi rambling conversation chock full of information for cops and armed citizens. Rob was my training mentor in the police academy 20 years ago and is now part of CCWSafe team of expert’s. We really went a lot of places on this episode I h…
 
Ronjour and Brandon sit down with Isaac Adams (Pastor of Iron City Church) to discuss his new book Talking About Race: Gospel Hope for Hard Conversations.What makes having conversations on/about race so difficult? Is social media the right place to have these conversations? Where should the starting point be with these conversations? Join us this w…
 
Ry Russo-Young is an award-winning film director whose work includes the movies Before I Fall and The Sun is Also a Star. Ry joins us this week as we discuss her newest work, the three-part HBO docuseries Nuclear Family, which investigates the prolonged impact on Ry’s family of the four-year legal battle between her lesbian mothers and the sperm do…
 
Art Rainer is back again to discuss pastors and their church’s finances. Should pastors be the financial experts in their church? Should churches accumulate debt for building/expansion? Should pastors have access to the giving records of their members? What resources can pastors use to help their members steward their finances well? Join us this we…
 
Have you ever thought about the potential challenges with Constitutional Carry? Rob Beckman fro the Firearm Trainers Podcast joins me this week to discuss some of the pro’s and con’s of Constitutional Carry. I always enjoy when Beckman comes on because he interviews me! Anyway thanks for tuning in and as always thanks for listening. Sponsors of Tod…
 
Dans cet épisode, Raphaëlle reçoit les auteurs-compositeurs et interprètes Terrenoire, afin d'analyser la daube choisie par le duo. Le titre choisi : "Un jour viendra couleur vodka orange" de Gilles Dor, extrait de l'album Le disque Dor (2018). Notre politique de confidentialité GDPR a été mise à jour le 8 août 2022. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour …
 
Hany Mahmoud is back this week and we do a short debrief on our love of back-up guns. We discuss it from the off duty armed citizen and the on duty LEO perspective. What considerations do you need to make? What holster options are available? Where do you carry it? All of this and a lot more! Sponsors of Today’s Episode: TITLE SPONSOR: XS Sights– XS…
 
Brandon sits down with Dr. Art Rainer (Vice President for Institutional Advancement at SEBTS) to discuss how pastors can steward their finances well. Why is it important for pastors to steward their finances well? What are some common financial mistakes pastors make? Why is it important for pastors to save for retirement? Is accumulating debt wrong…
 
Ronjour and Brandon discuss the importance of preaching the gospel to yourself. What does it mean to preach the gospel to yourself? What examples do we see in Scripture? What impact does the gospel have on the pastor’s identity? How can pastors encourage other pastors serving in ministry? How can pastors endure difficult seasons in ministry? Join u…
 
John Hearne joins this week to talk human performance. The preparation and making mental maps and how it relates to being an armed citizen. John talks about his experience with Col. Cooper and training at Gunsite and how to become a better prepared armed citizen. Sponsors of Today’s Episode: TITLE SPONSOR: XS Sights– XS Sights manufactures the fast…
 
In this week's episode of Pastor Matters, Ronjour and Brandon discuss pastors and addressing current events with special guest Nathaniel Williams (Pastor of Cedar Rock FBC).How should pastors assess when to address and how to address major events that occur either nationally or internationally to their church? What are some dangers when it comes to…
 
Today my guest is Shelley Hill one half of The Complete Combatant. Shelley host a women’s only event every year known as ‘The Mingle’. The event brings in ladies from around the country to network and take various shooting and continuing education classes. If you’re interested in sponsoring the event or attending this episode is all about ‘How To M…
 
In this week’s conversation, Brandon sits down with Dr. Dwayne Milioni (Senior Pastor of Open Door Church of Raleigh) to discuss pastoral internships. Why should churches consider having a pastoral internship program for aspiring pastors? What should pastors include in their church’s internship program? How can pastors identify potential interns? J…
 
DB and Wayne join me for this episode to talk about the Hard Wired Tactical Shooting two second standards. We discuss how two LEO’s from very different departments were studying operational shootings and how the two second standards were formed. We also apply the concept to the armed citizen perspective and how employing these standards as part of …
 
Taylor Harris is the author of the affecting memoir This Boy We Made, which details her family’s journey through the American medical system in search of a diagnosis and treatment for her son Tophs. In this discussion, we explore the function of faith, anxiety, parenthood, medical mysteries, and institutional racism. Harris’s essays have appeared i…
 
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