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Creative & Cultural Skills works to create fair and inclusive opportunities for young people within the creative and cultural sectors by raising awareness and shaping skills, education and employment best practice. We want to see the sector build back fairer and more inclusive.
 
Nous vous préparons une série de baladodiffusion sur le thème de la conférence virtuelle pancanadienne : l’équité, la diversité et l’inclusion dans les milieux culturels. C’est en collaboration avec des participants et participantes, des universitaires, des praticiens et praticiennes que nous créons des baladodiffusions sur des thèmes d’actualité. De la danse, aux musées en passant par le secteur de l’édition, nous vous proposons huit épisodes, dont quatre en français et quatre en anglais. L ...
 
The UnCommonCore Podcast is about the ideas, experiences and perspectives that make us different from each other. This is not about the wonderfully boring things we all have in common. It’s about the quirky things that make us different. Content includes live to tape recordings, interviews, dialogues, monologues, narratives, stories and soundscapes.
 
Co-Hosts Erica and Hamada El Hilali have been happily married for over a decade despite being born half way around the world from each other. She grew up Danish and Irish Catholic in Minnesota in America and he grew up Muslim in Morocco. They both have navigated the challenges and rewards of a cross-cultural marriage and are now raising their family in Southern California.Gain insights in how to overcome the struggles of being a cross cultural couple and gain insights into increasing your cr ...
 
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Ryan Anderson, PhD, LMFT, MedFT, received his master’s degree from Brigham Young University in marriage and family therapy. He earned a PhD in medical family therapy at East Carolina University and completed his internship at Duke, with a focus on family therapy in psycho-oncology. He has provided therapy for individuals, groups, and families in co…
 
Music festivals have only been around for two decades in China, but have increased exponentially—even leading some to worry about a bubble—until the Covid-19 outbreak. Since then, how has the industry tried to make a comeback for Chinese music-lovers? Featuring - Eric de Fontenay - MusicDish 独立小炒 President - Yang Yu - Midi Festival Head of Internat…
 
Our newest Fellow, Dr. Ben Merkle, joins us on this week’s episode. Dr. Merkle is President of New Saint Andrews College, and we talk about the current state of higher education, the need for foundational worldview formation in critical thinking, and the fact that half the students in universities don’t need to be there. Tickets are on sale for the…
 
We are preparing a series of podcasts on the theme of the Pan-Canadian Virtual Conference: Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in the Cultural Sector.In collaboration with participants, academics and practitioners, we are creating podcasts on current issues. From dance to museums to publishing, we offer eight episodes, four in French and four in Englis…
 
China’s video game industry is huge, but most of the games are made for the mass market of online mobile players. But what about the niche market of indie games, often focused more on single player story or particular game mechanics? How do Chinese creators find their audience, and do they have an audience outside of China? Featuring - Jin Yu : Wan…
 
Released in 2021, the first CCSkills podcast series focused on the theme of ‘Build Back Fairer’. We spoke to professionals from across the creative and cultural sector and heard from young people at the start of their careers, to explore the impacts and opportunities that may have been heightened by, or arisen, during the pandemic. In this bonus ep…
 
On this episode we conclude our overview of Joe Boot’s newest book, Ruler of Kings, and explain how the concept of heresy applies to political and social life outside of the church. We also lay out the difference between theocracy and ecclesiocracy, and describe how every society, from revolutionary France to modern North America, has a god-concept…
 
Bande annonceNous vous préparons une série de baladodiffusion sur le thème de la conférence virtuelle pancanadienne : l’équité, la diversité et l’inclusion dans les milieux culturels.C’est en collaboration avec des participants et participantes, des universitaires, des praticiens et praticiennes que nous créons des baladodiffusions sur des thèmes d…
 
Under the Banner of Heaven will Premiere on FX on April 28th. On April 25th, as part of a red carpet event, I was able to visit with: Troy Williams- Equality Utah Lindsay Hansen Park – Sunstone et. al Tyner Rushing – Portrays Emma Smith Dustin Lance Black – Academy Award Winner, Director, Showrunner etc Sam Worthington – Portrays Ron Lafferty Andre…
 
On this episode we discuss Joe’s newest book, Ruler of Kings. Joe explains why he felt compelled to write such a book at this time, and what the reign of King Jesus means for the way we understand and relate to civil government. Get Ruler of Kings at Ezra Press. Use code PODCAST to save 20% off. Register for the Mission of God conference! We have o…
 
5 Signs it’s Time for Reading Glasses 36 Moving Hacks for Easier Moves Fruita, CO asks church to rebuild church that burned down Jennifer Garner surprised by teenage crush, Donny Osmond ‘Dolores’ from Encanto and BYU Vocal Point Team Up Alex Boye, We Don’t Talk About Bruno Holderness Family, We Don’t Talk About COVID President Nelson Becomes the Ol…
 
Aaron D. Franklin is fascinated by light, both physically and spiritually. Is the physical light we see and use actually related to the spiritual light of the gospel, such as the Light of Christ? Can we apply what we know scientifically about light to the doctrine of light in the gospel? In his book, The Spiritual Physics of Light, Aaron explores t…
 
Reflecting on the Easter season we’ve just come through, Joe Boot discusses the significance of the garden theme throughout Scripture, pointing to Christ as both the gardener and the king, and to the calling of his people to live in submission to him, holding forth dominion over the created world to tend and keep it. And if you’ve ever been unsure …
 
Over the past 19 years, Russell has built a following of over a million entrepreneurs, sold hundreds of thousands of copies of his books (making him a New York Times Bestselling Author), popularized the concept of sales funnels, and co-founded the software company called ClickFunnels that helps tens of thousands of entrepreneurs quickly get their m…
 
As China’s cultural market becomes more and more competitive, some content producers are looking for the silver bullet to avoid failure: IP. What does IP mean in the Chinese market, and what’s the best way to create one? Featuring - Kevin Feng : Stars Collective China Executive Officer - Li Danlei : Story FM Podcast Copyright Manager - Xu Xinyi : B…
 
Annette Luthy Lyon, BEST IN STATE!! What are the Whitney Awards? Books by Sister Lyon Florida Man… Current Missionary Standards Email The Cultural Hall Taylor Ricks Episode 592 Portia Lowder Episode 564 Travis Richey Episode 570 By Common Consent.com Easter Week He is Risen Easter Celebration Robert Stott, legendary prosecutor, passes away Under th…
 
On this week’s episode we’re joined by Ezra Institute Fellow for Biblical Economics, Graeme Leach. Graeme explains why the realm of economics is frequently neglected or misunderstood by Christians, how a biblical vision for economic life, that emphasizes property rights, proportional taxation, and voluntary welfare, leads to a more free and prosper…
 
The Producer/Director, Robert Hatch, has won nearly three hundred film festival awards– which is more than any other LDS filmmaker–has directed seven films for the BBC, produced a television series, produced 56 television programs for the Church, has a series airing nationally right now, and much more. He considers The Infinite Gift his most import…
 
Chinese literature is generating an increasing amount of interest overseas. More and more books are getting translated, while Chinese authors are winning international prizes. Yet are the authors and stories being translated representative of what China’s general public is reading? Featuring - Yan Ge : author - Daniel Li: production manager at ACA …
 
Taylor Ricks is a mother to four awesome children, one of whom has Down Syndrome and blesses their family in unimaginable ways. When she isn’t caring for her family she is writing, dabbling in woodworking, or going on walks. She attended Utah State University to earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Family Studies and earned a Master’s of Education from Ariz…
 
As we wrap up the third chapter of a discussion on theonomy, law, and the Kingdom of God, we look at some historical cases where biblical law was applied to and positivized in the laws of the nations other than Israel, including Britain, the United States, and Canada. Because law is an inescapable condition of life, if we will not be governed by Go…
 
Our First “Live-Streamed” General Conference recap in a good long time. Find us on Facebook Rachel Hunt Steenblick Tiny Kindnesses Instagram Shawn Rapier—Latter Day Lives Chocolate Cake Bytes podcast Al Carraway OG Al Fox episode (for Patreon) Our Turtle House Fireside on YouTube Our Turtle House website Mauli Bonner Episode 312 Gordon B. Hinkley “…
 
“Businessman by day, father of four by night, and writer and scholar by late night, Martin juggles roles while living in the grassy, northern plains of the Lone Star state. He has written and spoken extensively on Heavenly Mother in academic settings, and co-authored the seminal BYU Studies’ article, “‘A Mother There’: A Survey of Historical Teachi…
 
In the latest installment of the Podcast for Cultural Reformation, we resume the conversation from last week on the place of God’s law in society, and interact with listener questions. We also examine the New Testament teaching on the law of God, and address the reality that all law is coercive, by its very nature. Get Joe Boot’s newest book, Ruler…
 
Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife is an LDS relationship and sexuality coach with a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology. Her teaching and coaching focus on helping LDS individuals and couples achieve greater satisfaction and passion in their emotional and sexual relationships. In addition to consultation with couples and individuals, she teaches online course…
 
If China has some issues exporting its music & film, did you know that video games often meet success on the international market? What kind of games meet success abroad, what kind of strategy Chinese companies have to use, and what are the issues inherent to game localization? Featuring - Chen Jia - Oasis Game COO - Joshua Ogden-Davis - Video Game…
 
Judge qualifications in Texas Article on the use of nicknames on ballots in Utah Best and worst breakfasts for your teeth Recipe for Heavenly Hush Puppies How to Prepare for General Conference Excellent books by Bro. Tom Christofferson Sacred History of the Church in Hawaii Attending General Conference in person How to get to Conference using publi…
 
The literal meaning of theonomy is simply the law of God. However, it has come to be used as a pejorative term by many who have not interacted with or understood the work on the subject. Pastor Norm Millar of Redemption Bible Chapel in London raised some common objections to theonomy in a recent sermon, and we respond to some of them in this episod…
 
What are six things the younger generation can do in order to better manage mental health issues and get moving forward? 1. Be careful with diagnoses 2. Realize that life is supposed to be difficult 3. Understand that mental health issues are not a sign of weakness or sin 4. Know the truth about the causes of mental health issues 5. Recognize your …
 
Jesus Christ is the Master Teacher, and we have been commanded to follow His example, acquiring not only His attributes but also His teaching skills. As we do so, we invite the Spirit into our lives in the fullest measure possible. In Teaching with Power, beloved author Tad R. Callister and his wife, Kathy, explain that the goal of every gospel tea…
 
Ezra Institute Fellow Andrew Sandlin joins us on the show this week to talk about the current state of the West, demonstrating how we have become an anti-Christian culture. Andrew then explains the Christian calling to transform, rather than abandon, culture, and finally exhorts God’s people to exercise godly dominion in building Christian culture.…
 
New Film about Hamilton, New Zealand temple Term M**mon Roya**y is trademarked Foreign Church Volunteers in Russia Evacuated Follow us at The Cultural Hall on Instagram Happy 180th Anniversary Relief Society! Recipe for Chicken Salad with Grapes Tabernacle Choir practices again again Groundbreakings announced for three temples All Church Historic S…
 
Robin Scott Jensen is a historian for the Joseph Smith Papers and coedited the five volumes in the Revelations and Translations series (published 2009, 2011, 2015, 2018, and 2021). He specializes in document and transcription analysis. He is also a member of the Church History Department Editorial Board. In 2005 he earned an MA degree in American h…
 
After a stretch of current events commentary, we return to the main themes of this season: worldview and reformational thinking. As the world around us seems to devolve at an accelerating pace, it’s important to think and act from a principled and self-consciously Christian perspective. Also, we share some big news about the growth of the ministry …
 
Amanda Louder is a Certified Life Coach who helps women from conservative Christian backgrounds love their sex life. She helps women embrace their sexuality to help them strengthen their relationship with themselves, their spouse, and God. In addition to being a coach, Amanda is also a wife to Kevin, and mom and step-mom to 5 kids, ranging in ages …
 
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