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St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church & School (Sherman Center) is in Random Lake, Wisconsin, and is served by Rev. Christopher R. Gillespie. St. John Lutheran is God's place for Christians to gather around our Lord's Word and be enlightened by His gifts. We are a congregation of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS). We unconditionally subscribe to the Unaltered Augsburg Confession. St. John Lutheran School has been approved for accreditation through the accreditation process of the Nati ...
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St John Orthodox Church

St John Orthodox Church

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St. John the Baptist is an Orthodox Christian church of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of North and South America. We are located in Beaverton, Oregon (Portland westside). Most of what we upload are the weekly Sunday homilies, mainly offered by Fr. Theodore Dorrance and Fr. Timothy Pavlatos. Each recording begins with intonations of the appointed Epistle and Gospel readings. We cite the Gospel reading in the sermon title, as this is the passage on which the sermon is usually based. We trust ...
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St John the Divine Podcast

St John the Divine Episcopal Church

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In this podcast, you can join us for traditional Episcopal worship. Depending on the season, you can join us for Rite 1 or 2 Masses most weeks, but we read Morning Prayer on the third Sunday of the month. If it is a Mass, the podcast will take you from the opening acclimation to "Peace" minus the music. If it is a Morning Prayer service, you get the whole service, but music may be omitted. For more information about us, visit us at www.stjohnthedivine.org.
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St. John Ambulance Northeastern Ontario

St. John Ambulance Sudbury

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The podcast is designed to bring on special guests across Northern Ontario within the St. John Ambulance community. St. John Ambulance Northeastern Ontario has a rich history of doing outstanding work in the community thanks in large part to the well trained and dedicated staff and volunteers that make up the organization. We will be sharing stories, interviews and answering your questions, so stay tuned!
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Enter a conversation where questions are more important than answers. Where curiosity and connection trump certainty and combat. Where history’s great thinkers provide a springboard for us to jump into big questions together. Enter Continuing the Conversation: our college’s antidote to the blustery world just beyond our library doors.
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Mia St. John is a 5-time World and International Boxing Champion and first generation Mexican born in America. She founded the "El Saber Es Poder" Foundation to empower individuals suffering from mental illness, homelessness, addiction and poverty by providing programs to better educate, inform and improve physical and mental health.
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Systemic changes around diversity and inclusion in corporate America are happening, but how do diverse leaders succeed in the meantime? Join Bonnie St. John, Fortune 500 leadership expert, bestselling author, and sought-after keynote speaker, as she interviews multicultural leaders who have made it to the top. Bonnie and her guests pull back the curtain to expose barriers that still exist and discuss what it really takes to get ahead and add momentum to the overall culture change that’s need ...
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St. Chrysostom’s Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians is continuous, according to chapter and verse, instead of being arranged in Homilies, with a moral or practical application at their close, as in his exposition of other Epistles. It was written in Antioch, as Montfaucon infers from a reference which the Author, makes upon Chap. i., ver. 16 to other of his writings, which certainly were written about the same time in that city. (Introduction from the preface by John Henry Newman)
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What if there was a way for your thoughts, your words, to be sent into the future, and be understood and appreciated by someone anywhere on the planet… Would that not make us, in a way, immortal, and give us the power to communicate across time and space? When we were inquisitive children curled up under the blankets, flashlight in hand, and reading our favourite story – were we not actually inviting the author of that story into our innermost space, to share their thoughts, their stories wi ...
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Greetings my name is Bishop Curtis on Sims I am a gospel preacher. I've have been preaching the gospel for 44 years. I am 66 years young. I I am a musician I play the piano and keyboard. I am also a gospel song writer and I composed music, gospel music lyrics and songs. I am looking forward to this new adventure of my life journey. To be honest I don't know anything about Podcast, I have heard about it for several years now but never knew how to get in involved. has been one of my desire to ...
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St John's Church Harborne

St John's Harborne

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St John's is an evangelical charismatic church, with a mix of ages, backgrounds and nationalities. We have a heart for God, our city and the nations. We meet in Harborne, just south-west of Birmingham city centre. Our Sunday talks are delivered by clergy, members of the congregation and occasional visiting speakers.
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St John's Hoxton

St John's Hoxton

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Teaching from St John's Hoxton, a vibrant, diverse, and growing Anglican church in the heart of London. Seeking to be a beacon of hope for Hoxton. Worship God | Make Disciples | Share Jesus | Transform Hoxton. Online Sunday services at 10.30am
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St John's Hartford

St John's Hartford

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Sermons and talks from St John's Hartford, UK. St John's is an evangelical Christian church situated in the village of Hartford, near Northwich in Cheshire. We are part of the Church of England, in the Diocese of Chester. Our conviction is that when God's word the Bible is faithfully taught, God's voice is clearly heard. Please visit our website at www.stjohnshartford.org
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St. Johns Hops

David Espinal

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St. Johns Hops is a veteran-owned hop farm hoping to make it in the competitive brewery industry. Products are grown with the lastest agriculture techniques and the labor comes from veteran hands based on horticulture therapy. St. Johns Hops Podcast is mostly David Espinal and the owner, Sebastien, exploring various hops, history of the brewing, and updates on the company.
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Ken Ham and I recorded at the Answers Center for this fast moving discussion on all the things and how critical it is that we approach them from a Biblical perspective and stand up for the truth. We have a role to play in this world, and we can’t miss it! Show Notes: http://heidistjohn.com/blog/podcasts/pronouns-worldview-climate-culture-politics-k…
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Send us a Text Message. With this service, we celebrate the 3rd Sunday after Pentecost 2024. Join us on Sundays at 9 a.m. at 216 E Chandler Blvd, Burlington, WI 53105; check our website, stjohnthedivine.org, for what is happening around the church. If you cannot join us in person but are a part of our online congregation, we appreciate you. Let us …
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In this thought-provoking homily, Fr. Michael explores the Gospel's warning about the unforgivable sin against the Holy Spirit. Drawing parallels with Adam and Eve's story of shame and blame, he reveals how true repentance requires confronting our sin honestly, allowing God's mercy to flow.Community of St John NZ
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The St. John’s Library Board hosted its AGM, where they talked about the big accomplishments, and laid out future goals. We got details from Emma Craig, a regional librarian with the NL Public Libraries in St. John's.
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Downtown St. John's is rich in history. And this weekend, you have a chance to learn about it from a military defense perspective. Happy City St. John's is holding a walking tour this weekend, in its Jane's Walks series. And the timing is perfect -- with Father's Day coming up. Our Morning Show reporter Darrell Roberts is out in front of The Rooms …
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Let's face it . . . dads are really hard to shop for. Andrew Corbett is the owner of Maverick Sports and Collectables on Water Street in St. John's. Ivy Hanley is the co-owner of Urban Market 1919, and they both joined us in studio today. And on the phone, we had Bill Gregory, who operates Haricot Farms in St. Mary's Bay with his family. They're he…
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There's only a few more days left of school! And while that might be a welcome thing for a lot of kids, it's also a bit bittersweet. Since last year, teachers, students, and parents of Bishop Feild Elementary in St. John's have been meeting at the park and riding their bikes to school. They call it the Bike Bus, and the last one of the year happene…
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August, 2013 is a time Trish Hynes-Coates will never forget. It's when her 27-year-old step-son, Nick Coates, was killed by an impaired driver. Ever since, his family has worked tirelessly to raise awareness, to help stop impaired drivers. Trish Hynes-Coates is a former national president of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Canada. And later to…
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Think of the kind of music Dad turns on in the shed and listens to while sipping on a beer, or grilling burgers on the barbecue. That's "Dad Rock." Coming up this weekend, local band The Nyachty List is paying tribute to dad's with a Dad Rock show on Saturday night at the Ship Pub. Band members Josh Chancey and Jody Lear joined us in the studio tod…
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Living in this province, you get used to unpredictable weather, and strange seasons. Like our hiking trails, where you can stop to breathe in the fresh air, or pick a handful of fresh blueberries right off the bush. That connection with nature is at the heart of an exhibition at Eastern Edge Gallery. “Home as Place, Home as Pattern” is a multimedia…
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The ACL Canadian Open of Cornhole is happening this weekend. This province now has cornhole players who are SO good, they compete at professional tournaments! Amanda Oakley is a national women's champion, and the province's first female ACL Canadian pro. And Deon Cuza is the very first pro player from this province. They're both competing in this w…
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Music engages our brains, our bodies, our emotions, and enjoying it with others is a great social activity. "Making Music Academy" is a music school in St. John's that teaches kids a love of music. The Morning Show's Sandi Noseworthy spoke with some of the moms and babies from the zero-to-one year old group.…
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Sometimes, the friends you meet in kindergarten are friends you will have for your entire life. For Janet Kelly - that is certainly her experience, as a graduate of Our Lady of Mercy Convent School in St. John's. The school operated from 1921 to 1992 in what is the present day site of the Gathering Place. Janet Kelly is a graduate of Our Lady of Me…
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The Northeast Avalon Memorial Gardens committee has been in charge of cemetery operations since 2022. That means from maintenance to grave markers, everything at the Flat Rock and Pouch Cove cemeteries are up to them. Now, they're asking for the community's help. CBC's Maddie Ryan spoke to board member Sonya Power to find out more.…
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Bullying is something that we've heard about for years, and for some kids and teens, it's an ongoing and debilitating problem. A lot of the time, the effects of bullying stick around long after the class is dismissed. With school coming to an end for the summer, the CBC's Sarah Antle spoke with a woman who was bullied as a child and a teen. And a d…
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A new school in the Kenmount Terrace neighbourhood of St. John's is supposed to open in September of 2026. The province announced $50 million dollars for the school last fall, with classes from kindergarten to Grade 7. But court documents obtained by CBC News show that a complex court battle is currently underway. Our Morning Show reporter Darrell …
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Just a few short months after stepping down as interim-leader of the provincial PCs, former MHA David Brazil announced he's going into federal politics. Brazil is seeking the nomination for the Conservative Party in St. John's East in the next federal election. To find out more, David Brazil joined us in the studio this morning.…
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For weeks now, pro-Palestine students at Memorial University have been camping out on the St. John's campus. Now, several students are sleeping in the lobby of the Arts and Administration building --- and they're refusing to leave. The students say MUN administration is complicit in Israel's war in Gaza, and they won't leave until a series of deman…
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For those who like it loud, a new music festival is coming to the province this summer. What started as a blog is now flying in bands from all over Eastern Canada. Greg Ravengrave started the HeavyNFLD blog in 2016, and now, he's a part of the province's first heavy metal festival. The CBC's Maddie Ryan talked to him about that journey.…
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In Newfoundland and Labrador, June is Seniors Month. It's a time to celebrate how seniors enrich our lives, and to mark the contributions that they make to our communities and the province as a whole. Elizabeth Siegel is the director of information and referral services with Seniors NL, and she joined us on the line this morning.…
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Artificial sweeteners are now widely used to replace dietary sugars, and to sweeten various foods and drinks. Specifically, we're considering the sugar substitute Xylitol. Recently, researchers published some of their findings in the European Heart Journal, and the results suggest a link between Xylitol and various cardiovascular risks. Our medical…
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The Little Green Thumbs program encourages young people to value their health, the environment, and their communities through participating in activities like classroom gardens. Morning show reporter Darrell Roberts visited a school in the west end of St. John's where a Little Green Thumbs event was underway, and spoke to some students about their …
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One organization is urging people to foster connections with seniors in their communities. It's part of a campaign for international loneliness awareness week. The CBC's Jessica Singer joined us live in studio to tell us more.
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Transitioning our teens from middle school into high school and later can feel quite uncertain. Shellie Doub, an independent educational consultant and the Director of Dual Enrollment at Cedarville University, is here today to guide us through preparing our kids for the post-high school years and how we look ahead to set our kids up for success. Is…
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The pro-Palestinian encampment at Memorial University's St. John's campus has moved inside. For the past four nights, a group of protestors has been sleeping in the lobby of the Arts and Administration building. They say MUN administration is complicit in Israel's war in Gaza, and they won't leave until a series of demands are met. Morning show rep…
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Before he was even born, baby Rowan Thomas had to fight for his life. Rowan was born with a rare condition: Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia. It affects 1 in every 33-hundred births in Canada. Rowan was born on January 30th, and since then, he's had to endure surgery, a feeding tube, and more pokes and prods than most adults face in a lifetime. He's…
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The province's Public Utilities Board is proposing a number of changes to how it regulates oil and gas prices on the island of Newfoundland. Last Thursday, Newfoundland and Labrador's energy regulator released what it calls a "consultation document," which included a number of possible changes. The biggest impact would be raising gas, diesel, and f…
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11 domestic rabbits were just brought into St. John's Animal Care and Adoption Centre and are available for adoption. The rabbits range in age from 4 months to a year old. The Morning Show’s Katherine Crummey stopped by the shelter to learn all about the bunnies and what it takes to be a bunny owner.…
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The Banting Research Foundation is one of the oldest organizations funding health research in Canada. This year's recipients of Banting Foundation Discovery Awards will receive $30-thousand dollars each, as "seed money" to help launch their independent research programs. Two of the eight winners are from Newfoundland. Greg Pearcey is an assistant p…
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We're moving toward electrification, and with that comes more demand on the grid, and a need for more capacity. At least, that's according to N.L. Hydro CEO Jennifer Williams.
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Indigenous Performing Arts NL says it will create, support, and present Indigenous stories in the area that is now known as Newfoundland and Labrador. "No Indians Here" is a talk from Mi'kmaw Elder Calvin White, where he'll speak about Confederation, and what he says are the continued consequences of that event for Indigenous peoples in the provinc…
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