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a queer chaplain

Bonnie Violet

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This podcast includes many series of interviews with trans, queer and drag artists, lacing their narratives with a spiritual thread. Other interviews will include a variety of folx from different walks of life about spirituality done queerly. Bonnie Violet, a queer chaplain, is a trans genderqueer spiritual drag artist, rape survivor, and a person living with HIV in recovery from drugs and alcohol. "Spirituality is what lifts me into who I am. From my earrings, to my tattoos, to my effeminat ...
 
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Hey Chaplain

Jared Altic

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The Hey Chaplain podcast is the place where members of the law enforcement community share their wisdom and experience with the Chaplain so they can encourage others who wear the badge. On Hey Chaplain you'll hear from dispatchers and federal agents, Sheriffs and US Marshals, as well as local detectives and patrolmen. From the LAPD to Scotland Yard, the guests on Hey Chaplain deliver advice and insights so that police officers everywhere can survive and thrive. The host, Jared Altic, has ove ...
 
The Muslim Chaplaincy at the University of Toronto engages Muslim youth by providing an inclusive space for them to foster a meaningful Muslim identity, enriched and supported by quality educational and counseling services. Our vision for a Muslim chaplaincy is to have an organization that facilitates quality educational, social, and spiritual services to support Muslim youth on a campus setting. We envision that a Muslim chaplaincy will have a very positive impact on the course of Islamic l ...
 
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Today we're diving into the history of the Kansas City Mafia with mafia expert and former KCMO detective, Gary Jenkins. In this, the first of two parts, Gary takes us from Ellis Island immigration through World War 2, discussing Prohibition, the Pendergast Machine, carpet joints, narcotics, gambling, and the mafia connection to politicians and othe…
 
👑 Drag & Spirituality - Gender Diverse The Spirit, The Body, The Artist. Join us in a conversation about all things gender, all things drag & all things spiritual. July 20 - October 5, 2022 Every Wednesday @ 520 pm PST | 620 pm MST | 720 pm CST | 820 pm EST WATCH LIVE on YOUTUBE or TWITCH @aqueerchaplain. Sponsored by Drag & Spirituality Summit Oct…
 
She received the Canadian Association of Teacher Education (2021) thesis and dissertation award for her work’s contribution to teacher education. Using her skills and expertise for service, she created and led numerous Grief and Writing Through Grief workshops for educators and bereavement support centers across North America. Apart from being an e…
 
His research, advocacy, and consultation have resulted in the development of first- time music therapy programs in hospices throughout the nation, thereby creating many new music therapy positions. He is the author of the text, Hospice and Palliative Care Music Therapy: A Guide to Program Development and Clinical Care, and his research has been pub…
 
As a Christian, you have the authority, power, and right to live debt free. In this Podcast you will be given speific steps to take so You can get yourself out of debt. It may seem impossible to you, but thisis a "Piece of Cake" when You bring God into the equation.โดย Chaplain Terry Warner
 
Drag & Spirituality - Gender Diverse The Spirit, The Body, The Artist. Join us in a conversation about all things gender, all things drag & all things spiritual. July 20 - October 5, 2022 Every Wednesday @ 520 pm PST | 620 pm MST | 720 pm CST | 820 pm EST WATCH LIVE on YOUTUBE or TWITCH @aqueerchaplain. Sponsored by Spiritual DragCon October 7-9, 2…
 
She has published more than 20 peer-reviewed articles in journals such as the New England Journal of Medicine, JAMA, Journal of the American College of Cardiology, and the Journal of Pain and Symptom Management. Her research has been covered by media outlets including The New York Times, The Washington Post, Reuters, and NPR. Prior to pursuing her …
 
Today we're bringing back Matt Domyancic; he's a former LEO and a police chaplain in California and was previously a guest on episode number 018. I was eager to bring him back to talk about "patrol chaplaincy," a term we're using here to describe the chaplaincy work specifically focused on the wellness of the rank and file in law enforcement. Today…
 
👑 Drag & Spirituality - Gender Diverse The Spirit, The Body, The Artist. Join us in a conversation about all things gender, all things drag & all things spiritual. July 20 - October 5, 2022 Every Wednesday @ 520 pm PST | 620 pm MST | 720 pm CST | 820 pm EST 📺 WATCH LIVE on YOUTUBE or TWITCH @aqueerchaplain. Sponsored by Spiritual DragCon October 7-…
 
In this special bonus episode, you will hear an interview I did this year with a podcaster from the UK. This is NOT a paid advertisement of any kind, rather it is an episode worth hearing from a podcast that I believe is worth your time. The next voice you hear will be Claire Sandys from the silent Why podcast, which is a fantastic show about diffe…
 
Speaking in tongues is probably one of the most misunderstood and misused gift of the Holy Spirit. Don't be afraid to seek this special gift and its benefits. All you have to do to receive this gift is to ask and receive.โดย Chaplain Terry Warner
 
Cheryl’s entrepreneurial spirit flourished in photography, modeling and fashion. She launched a successful international bridal line, Christopher and LaLou. Cheryl, along with her husband, has always been involved in community and ministry. Along with others, she brought Young Life to Southeast Texas and launched a bible study for unchurched women …
 
👑 Red 📌 Savannah, Georgia "I like to call myself the Sarcastic Show-Ghoul of Savannah. I enjoy treading the line of femininity and masculinity and then turning that line into a squiggly. The spiritual practice I have in place for myself is a mix of Pantheism and Wicca ideals. As a young queer I had some pretty not great experiences with Christian y…
 
Jean has extensive experience counseling individuals, couples, and families through issues of loss, grief, chronic pain and disease, trauma, anxiety, stress, and depression, communication and relationship problems, and transitional phases of life. Jean had been a Hospice nurse for years in patients' homes. She feels especially grateful for the bles…
 
In this episode you will start learning and using YOUR WORDS to overcome every situation and circumstance. Actually, Your words, is going to be quoting Holy Spirit Scriptures that will "Put You Over All Of Your Conditions And Circumstances." Get ready to start living in Victory!โดย Chaplain Terry Warner
 
There is an entire field of investigation that focuses solely on the body of the deceased, how to identify them and how to determine the cause and manner of death. A lot of this work happens at the Medical Examiners office. So today we're talking to Shaun Hachinsky, the Deputy Chief Investigator at the Jackson County ME's Office, in Kansas City, Mi…
 
Marcus has authored four books and is currently at work on a fifth. He holds a B.S. in sociology from Missouri State University and a M.S. in Narrative Medicine from Columbia University in the city of New York. In 2017, Marcus was awarded an honorary doctorate from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and is currently an adjunct profess…
 
Today we're talking about use of force and the experience of going through a critical incident where force is used. These areas are regularly misunderstood by outsiders. So one of my goals here is for you to hear use of force explained to an outsider like me so that you can better explain it when you're on the hot seat and someone is asking you why…
 
In this episode you'll hear stories about the rescue of children. When a first responder encounters a child in danger it can be some of the most emotionally taxing work he or she will ever do. It's so emotionally charged that we sometimes want to avoid even talking about it. But let me encourage you to brace yourself and listen to these firsthand a…
 
Today we're talking to a pair of forensic nurses. Their names are Morgan and Sarah and they are the Forensic Nurses in a two different hospitals in the Midwest. A forensic nurse has special training to examine victims of sexual assault and other violent crimes. It takes a tremendous amount of professional skill, empathy, and personal resiliency to …
 
Dr. Maingi is the Dana-Farber Cancer Network Health Equity & Inclusion liaison at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute at South Shore. Dr. Maingi is also co-chair of the ASCO SGM Task Force and a member of the Diversity and Inclusivity Task Force, Symptoms and Survivorship Task Force, and Practice Health Task Force.…
 
a conversation about all things gender, all things drag & all things spiritual. 👑 Ashlé Blow. 🔗 https://www.instagram.com/ashle_blow "As a non-binary performer who is transitioning later in life. I find this experience to be incredibly spiritual and enlightening. My gender identity presented itself back in 2015, and after fighting against it due to…
 
If you a tired of living a defeated life then this new series is for you. Learn how you can bring your mouth under control and put a stop to defeat and failure. Your tongue (Mouth) is keeping you from living a life of Victory.โดย Chaplain Terry Warner
 
Today we're talking to a recently retired detective from Scotland Yard, former Detective Inspector Steve Keogh. Steve spent 30 years working as a cop in London, much of that as a detective investigating murders and other violent crime, as well as the first suicide bombings in the UK. Steve's passion was solving murders by understanding the mindset …
 
On this show, you'll hear people from across the whole spectrum of law enforcement talk about officer wellness: from dispatchers and federal agents, to Sheriffs and US Marshals, as well as local detectives and patrolmen in my hometown of Kansas City. From the LAPD to Scotland Yard, "Hey Chaplain" delivers advice and insights so that police officers…
 
This episode marks the beginning of our second year so I wanted to go back and do a little follow up with some of my past guests. In this episode we talk about promotions, bag pipes, when to leave law enforcement, and much more. If you missed a guest's original episode, follow the link here in the show notes. Links and resources: Gregg Dorsett, Ep …
 
We are joined again by Law Enforcement Chaplain Debra Fontes from Sacramento, California. Debra previously talked to us about Moral Injury in Episode 020 and today she tells us all about Police Week: the memorials, the vigils, the compassion and the camaraderie that sees police and the families of fallen officers come together at the local, state, …
 
Today we're talking about a program to take veterans and first responders to the ocean and teach them how to surf. It's an organization called SWEL and it was created by a an experienced cop who saw the value in surfing to promote health and wellness for other first responders. His name is Rob Sanderson and he dropped by my office with a huge smile…
 
How do you do a ride along? Today we talk to Jeremiah Holcomb, a new chaplain who just completed his first ride along. Ride alongs are all about building the relationship between the chaplain and police officers. It's perhaps the best way for chaplains to genuinely experience their world, increasing understanding and building rapport and trust. The…
 
Today we're talking to Suzie Sawyer, the founder of Concerns of Police Survivors (COPS). She tells us how as a law enforcement spouse in the 1970's and later, she took charge and met a need that law enforcement culture was failing to do on its own. With her great sense of humor and purpose, she relates the inspirational story of how she built an or…
 
Are these identities even helping? I’ve come a long way from this line of thinking. #5yearsago #value #worth #mattering #queer #addict #beardedlady #uneducated #alcoholic #identity a queer chaplain a queer chaplain will guide you in tending to spiritual wounds, to transform hurt into healing Splintered Grace Podcast A conservative christian woman &…
 
(Sorry if sound is kind of low, you may need to turn up the volume) I recorded this about a year ago prior to starting hormones after a life affirming conversation with my beautiful cousin, Asia. I share that conversation and reflect on my history and fears of drag and being trans in my 20's to now. #transphobia #transdrag #transgender She saw I wa…
 
This episode reveals a previously unheard portion of our interview with David Renfro, from Episode 016. Today he talks about the Army Criminal Investigation Division (CID). The United States Army Criminal Investigation Division is a federal law enforcement agency within the Army which investigates felonies and provides Secret Service-like VIP prote…
 
GK Chesterton said, “A clergyman may be apparently as useless as a cat, but he is also as fascinating, for there must be some strange reason for his existence.” So if you're confused about what a chaplain is or what a chaplain does, join the crowd! Today we look at some of the misunderstandings police have about chaplains. Co-hosting the show is Ca…
 
Helping others may be the calling on your life but it comes at a cost. There is a condition called compassion fatigue, or sometimes secondary traumatization, where the emotional strain of working with those who have been traumatized begins to accumulate and affect our health. Basically, helping others builds up a residue which, if not dealt with in…
 
Knowing Your Place and Knowing Who You Are In Christ Is Essential To Walking In Victory In All Aspects Of Your Life. Once You Know Your Place, You Will Be Able To Really Understand And Have A Intimate Relationship With God. This is Part 2 of Building Your Faith teaching. Be sure and watch for the next week's Podcast when I explain the "Most Essenti…
 
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