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The ChurchNext Podcast is the audio ministry of ChurchNext: we produce online learning experiences that shape disciples Founded in Detroit, ChurchNext launched in August 2013 with 28 online classes on various aspects of faith. Since then, more than 25,000 people from 30+ countries have taken one of ChurchNext’s 300+ courses, which have feature instructors like Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, Parker Palmer, Phyllis Tickle, Stanley Hauerwas, and Nadia Bol ...
 
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Join POLITICO’s Anna Palmer on the Women Rule Podcast as she takes you backstage with women bosses for real talk on how they made it and what advice they have for women looking to lead. New episodes every other Wednesday. Women Rule is produced by POLITICO in partnership with our founding partners Google and the Tory Burch Foundation.
 
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In this episode, I discuss the value of The Morning Huddle. I step you through the method that I use and teach to my clients. You will also find out how you can access and use the JPPS Morning Huddle template in your practice. If you have any feedback and requests for specific content, contact me at julie@julieparkerpractcesuccess.com.au Head over …
 
If you're interested in learning more about Spiritual Direction of finding a spiritual director, visit the Spiritual Directors International website. If you’re interested in learning more about contemplative activities and practices, check out our ChurchNext courses: Praying in Color with Sybil MacBeth Developing a Rule of Life with Hillary Raining…
 
In this episode, I explore the reasons why some team members may be more likely to call in sick when they actually aren't. I also share solutions to every one of these reasons! You'll also hear why I used to be pretty difficult to work with :-D If you have any feedback and requests for specific content, contact me at julie@julieparkerpractcesuccess…
 
Thank you to my special guest today, Dr Michael Sernik. In this episode, Michael discusses: why traditional communications training doesn't work for dental teams, how his new training process, SernikSpeak, moves to achieve greater success with communication skills development, and the opportunity that Channel:D offers practices. To find out more ab…
 
For many Christians, their great beauty has the power to elevate our minds into contemplation of the majesty of our Lord, the glory of the created universe, and our connection with the great cloud of witnesses that surrounds us. The power of stained glass windows lies in their effects on the senses and the heart as well as the brain. Like a good st…
 
I have the wonderful Jayne Bandy and Dr David Moffet join me in this episode. Jayne and David have had a long history in the dental industry and help practices achieve high levels of success through their coaching and training. We talk about what to expect when employing the services of a practice coach, and the shifts and improvements that you and…
 
In this episode, I discuss the crucial role self-confidence has on your task management, your experience of life and your future. Discover my unique method of shifting your deeply held beliefs about you. Here is the link to the Dr Bruce Lipton video clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7TivZYFlbX8 If you have any feedback and requests for specific…
 
Resources: Contemplative Knitting (2021) by Julie Cicora Knitting Into the Mystery: A Guide to the Shawl-Knitting Ministry (2003) by Susan S. Jorgensen and Susan S. Izard Knit One, Purl a Prayer: A Spirituality of Knitting (2011) by Peggy Rosenthal ChurchNext related courses: Praying in Color with Sybil MacBeth Developing a Rule of Life with Hillar…
 
In this episode, I share the powerful concept of "What can I do for you?" This concept, when implemented into our behaviour and attitude in our practices, can become you: Customer Service Policy Team Culture Policy Leadership Policy I hope you enjoy it. Share this concept with your team through this 10-minute video presentation. Order your silicon …
 
In this episode, I share my system for effective task and time management. This episode is a helpful one for receptionists, practice managers and owners. I hope you enjoy it. Check out the Eisenhower Matrix HERE. If you would like to learn more about the Dental Business Mastery 2-Day Conference for new dental practice owners, go HERE. Have a look a…
 
Episode 1! Woo Hoo! Thanks for joining me. In this episode, I tell you a bit about me and let you know the sort of content that will be delivered in The Julie Parker Practice Success Podcast. I hope you enjoy it. If you have any feedback and requests for specific content, contact me at julie@julieparkerpractcesuccess.com.au Head over to our website…
 
Sun. Soil. Water. Perhaps it's close communion with the elements of our earthly lives that gives many gardeners a deeper sense of God. In this episode, author, retreat leader, and gardener Christine Sine offers us dynamic insight into what the simple labor of a gardener has to do with the God who fashioned the first humans from the soil and made a …
 
Susan Goff is a bishop, preacher, and teacher in the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia. If you'd like to learn more about Susan's work, visit the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia's website, http://www.thediocese.net/. If you’re interested in learning more about seeking the resurrected Jesus in scripture and in culture, check out our other ChurchNext cours…
 
To learn more about Hillary's work, visit https://www.hillaryraining.com/. To learn more about ChurchNext, visit churchnext.tv If you’re interested in learning more about developing a rule of life, check out our other ChurchNext courses, Praying the Examen with Chris Anderson and Introducing Benedictine Spirituality with Laurel Dahill.…
 
Many believe slavery ended in the nineteenth century, but 40 million people across the world live in slavery today. As the Director of Church Mobilization for the International Justice Mission, Richard Lee knows a great deal about contemporary slavery -- why it is allowed to exist; how it thrives. Richard spends much of his time speaking out on beh…
 
If you are interested in more of Maggi’s work, visit her website, maggidawn.net. Check out her books, including The Accidental Pilgrim, Giving it Up, and Beginnings and Endings. If you’re interested in learning more about Lent or learning through a Lenten curriculum, check out our other ChurchNext courses, Lent for Families with Kim Baker, A Spring…
 
It is the first and the shortest of the four Gospels, as most experts believe, and if you like getting right to the point, no other writer does it quite as well as St. Mark. The Gospel of Mark is the account of Jesus’ life and ministry that most influenced the other three gospels. In this episode we’ll learn: Who was Mark? To whom was Mark writing?…
 
Read When Breath Becomes Air (2016), neurosurgeon Paul Kalanithi's memoir about his struggle with a sudden diagnosis of the stage IV lung cancer that eventually took his life. In this book, he describes his change from a neurosurgeon helping patients survive to a cancer patient confronting death. You might also try The Good Death (2016) in which An…
 
We all have an eating disorder. These words are as startling as they are true. Food, for most of us, is more than just a way to feed our bodies, but it feeds us in a myriad of other ways as well. In this episode, priest, author, and teacher Martha Tatarnic, who wrote a book on the subject, leads us in a discussion of the spiritual implications of o…
 
For our final episode of 2020, Anna is joined by Alicia Garza, the activist and co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement. They look back at 2020 — a year when Americans endured crises from the pandemic to the economic recession, racial injustices and a highly contentious presidential election. Through it all, women have often taken the lead. A…
 
Preparation and anticipation are in the air - and not just for gifts and meals - but for Christ to meet us anew in the holy season of Advent. Episcopal bishop and teacher Susan Goff leads us through a meditation on Christ who came, Christ who comes, and Christ who will come again. She invites us to take on some practical and inspiring disciplines i…
 
For her final episode as host of "Women Rule," Anna Palmer is joined by POLITICO editor Carrie Budoff Brown and POLITICO Magazine deputy editor Elizabeth Ralph to talk about the strange year we’ve all lived through — from the presidential election to the global pandemic — and look forward to 2021 and beyond, and what all of it means for women.…
 
Advent is a season of preparation and anticipation that readies Christians for the birth of the baby Jesus at Christmas and also for Christ's second coming. In this course we will learn not just more about what advent is, but how it can change our lives.โดย Tim Schenck, Carrie Graves
 
Now that the 2020 campaign is over, Anna speaks with Parker Poling, the executive director of the National Republican Congressional Committee, which made substantial gains this year. Parker's job is a big responsibility — working with hundreds of campaigns, candidates, members of congress, donors and campaign staffers as the clock ticks down to ele…
 
Forgiving others can be the most important activity of our lives. But it doesn't have to be. Author and speaker Rob Voyle knows a lot about forgiveness. In his books and seminars he argues that letting go of an offense is easier than most people think, if they're able to keep in mind some elemental truths. In this episode, Rob unpacks his ideas on …
 
"Women Rule" brings you another special episode of POLITICO's new podcast "Global Translations": The pandemic and the rise of China are prompting Republicans and Democrats to turn to government power to grow industries important to America’s security and place in the world. “Industrial policy” is an idea long reviled among Washington policymakers. …
 
The 2020 race is finished. And while we don't know all the results yet, we know enough to say this: There was a big gap between what was expected and what ended up happening. Joining Anna to talk it all through is Ally Mutnick, a campaign reporter for POLITICO and expert on all things congressional elections. Hosted by Anna Palmer Produced by Zack …
 
In this episode of the ChurchNext podcast, we're talking about fake news and how to discern spiritual truth as we live in an age of misinformation. In today's world of alternative facts, followers of Jesus must have a clear means of assessing what's real and what's not. Today we'll learn how we can do that.…
 
"Women Rule" brings you a special episode of POLITICO's new podcast series "Global Translations." From closed factories to closed borders, the Covid-19 pandemic exposed the fragility of our systems, creating a period of scarcity where demand skyrocketed — from freezers to PPE — and we couldn't supply items fast enough. In this episode of "Global Tr…
 
The 2020 election may be the most contentious in modern history. Battle lines have been drawn and many people are convinced their party and their candidate are the only alternative to national chaos. Ray Suarez knows a lot about contentious political landscapes. He also knows a great deal about faith. As an award-winning journalist, college instruc…
 
This year, J.Crew is closing all of its stores and offices on Election Day in an effort to encourage its workers to vote. It’s not a move you’d expect from a major corporation. But Jan Singer isn’t your typical CEO. In fact, she didn't even want to be a CEO when she started out — and her (mostly male) superiors were quick to say she couldn't be a C…
 
Without proper care, grave sites – including stones – can fall into disrepair, often due to families moving out of the area, or passing away themselves. Veronica Hamilton of Hamilton’s Grave Care Services shares information on gravestone symbols, types of “grave goods,” and tips on how to correctly maintain gravestones. Download…
 
You may know her as the star of “Ugly Betty” and “Superstore,” but right now, America Ferrera is focused on the 2020 election. As the co-founder of She Se Puede, she's working to boost the political participation of Latinas throughout the country. We talked about that, her political awakening as a 9-year-old and her participation in the "Time's Up"…
 
Chris Anderson lives by the Examen. He's written a book about the subject, and says the practice is super-simple to begin, offering a treasure trove of insight that can improve our lives. This podcast will introduce you to the Examen and help you to deepen your prayer life.โดย Chris Anderson, Carrie Graves
 
Julie Conway is the executive director of VIEW PAC, a group dedicated to electing more Republican women to the House and Senate. She joined Anna to talk about the 2020 campaign, her tips on how to fundraise successfully, and how the wave of Democratic women elected in 2018 is making it easier to recruit Republican women this year. Host: Anna Palmer…
 
For many people, no writing style touches their souls more deeply than poetry. This is why it is fitting to link poetry with our prayer life. In this episode, using poems from the biblical, classical, and modern genres, author and poetry instructor Dave Worster shows us how the words of poetry can bring us deeper communication with God.…
 
Erin Hill is the executive director of ActBlue, the tech platform powerhouse behind most small-dollar online donations to Democrats. They've raised more than $6 billion since 2004 — including around $3 billion in the 2020 cycle alone — and have helped Dems solidify a lead in online contributions. We talked about all of that and more: How small-doll…
 
Learn about Benedictine spirituality and how writing a personal rule of life based on the principles of the Rule of St. Benedict can improve your life. The Rev. Laurel Dahill offers us background and practical advice on how to live in the world in a Benedictine way.โดย The Rev. Laurel Dahill, Carrie Graves
 
Reconciliation without repentance and reparation is simply not enough to bring about the gains in racial healing that so many Americans desire. In this episode, as well as in her popular book, Dear White Christians, her blog, and in her classroom, Jennifer Harvey, author and Professor of Religion at Drake University, argues that the popular 'reconc…
 
Jennifer Horn is the former chair of the New Hampshire GOP. But these days, she's better known for the Lincoln Project — the group of anti-Trump conservatives who support Joe Biden. She joins us to talk about 2020, her journey in politics and the barriers she's encountered in her own runs for office. Hosted by Anna Palmer Produced by Zack Stanton E…
 
Andrea Mitchell, the NBC News journalist and television icon, joins Anna to talk about what she's learned over five decades of political conventions, how life has changed for women reporters and where she sees things going from here.โดย Women Rule
 
The journey toward resisting racial injustice in North America cannot be fully undertaken without a grasp of the theological implications underlying both its origins and development, says speaker, author, theologian and Professor of Religious Studies at Indiana University, J. Kameron Carter. In this episode, Dr. Carter explains many of the theologi…
 
Angela Duckworth, a Penn psychology professor and host of "No Stupid Questions" from Freakonomics Radio, on the coronavirus pandemic and the unseen psychological reasons that explain why we act the way we do. Duckworth is known for her research on “grit” and self-control — both of which are important characteristics to have when you’re living throu…
 
Whiteness is more than a privilege in North America. It is a deeply seated obstacle to many. Removing it can lead to the racial justice for which so many people yearn. Learn about the history of whiteness and how the dominance and privilege of whiteness impact our desire to bring racial healing to society. The Rev. Kelly Brown Douglas, Dean of Epis…
 
Our guest today: Nina Garcia, who in addition to being the editor-in-chief of ELLE Magazine, serves as a judge on “Project Runway.” Her journey to fashion-icon status was an unlikely one: She was an immigrant who came to America to get an education, fell in love with the fashion world, and worked her way to the top after starting out at the very bo…
 
Anna's joined by Padma Lakshmi, the author, model and activist who hosts “Top Chef” on Bravo and whose new show, “Taste the Nation,” is now out on Hulu. Padma said she decided to do the show after thinking about what a central role food plays in American culture and everyday life — and how the people behind the food we love are so rarely given the …
 
Bestselling author Curtis Sittenfeld joins Anna to talk about her new novel, "Rodham," which imagines a world where a young Hillary Rodham decides not to marry Bill Clinton. Though this isn't Curtis's first book, it is her first book to be released during a global pandemic — which presents its own challenges. We get into all of that, and more.…
 
Teresa Carlson, VP of Amazon Web Services, and Dionna Dorsey, the owner and designer behind District of Clothing, join to discuss how businesses are pivoting because of the coronavirus pandemic and how the fallout from the protests over the killing of George Floyd are impacting their companies.โดย Women Rule
 
Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal represents Seattle, one of the most hard-hit areas in the country during the coronavirus pandemic. Via Zoom, she and Anna talked about that, why she thinks the economy isn't quite ready to reopen, and what she wishes the Trump administration got wrong in its response. Beyond that, she discussed her history-making path …
 
In this special bonus episode, Melinda Gates, one of the world's most active philanthropists and public health advocates, joins Anna to talk about the coronavirus pandemic, what she wishes the Trump administration would do differently in its response and the things that keep her up at night.โดย Women Rule
 
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