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Bang Productions CEO John Edmonds Kozma talks to real people with real stories. Creating new understandings interviewing people from the foundation up. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/unimpressedpodcast. https://plus.acast.com/s/unimpressedpodcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Join Lisa VanDamme as she guides you through The Romantics by Edmond Rostand. Recommended Book Url: https://readwithme.app.link/IhjAgeFkSjb Description This three-act comedy by Edmond Rostand, best known for his enduringly beloved play Cyrano de Bergerac, is the story of two star-crossed lovers from feuding families forced to whisper their sweet nothings across a wall. Or is it… Even before the curtain closes on Act I, Rostand has turned this seemingly cliché scenario on its head, with uproa ...
 
Each podcast will include a few liturgical elements from our worship service as well as the sermon/homily. We include other elements of our worship service to help give some context to each message from scripture and to invite people into a glimpse of what it is like to worship with the people of HTE. We record the room in our services which allow you to feel like you are there with us, it also means that babies will cry and people will make some noise, we are all human after all!
 
ENGLISH: Heart (Italian: Cuore) was a children’s novel written by Italian author Edmondo De Amicis. It is set during the Italian unification, and includes several patriotic themes. It was issued by Treves on October 17, 1886, the first day of school in Italy, and rose to immediate success. The novel is written in a diary form as told by Enrico Bottini, a 10-year old primary school student in Italy with an upper class background who is surrounded by classmates of working class origin. The ent ...
 
Maese Alfredo L’Ambert, antes de recibir el golpe fatal que le obligó a cambiar de narices, era sin duda alguna el notario más notable de Francia. En la época aquella contaba treinta y dos años; era de elevada estatura, y poseía unos ojos grandes y rasgados, una frente despejada y olímpica, y su barba y sus cabellos eran de un rubio admirable. Su nariz (la parte más prominente de su cuerpo), se retorcía majestuosa en forma de pico de águila. (tomado del libro)Una disputa en la alta sociedad ...
 
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Yes indeed, tis the season, the year is coming to an end, and we're almost ready to celebrate with friends, family, and those closest to you. If you want to give the gift of a John Edmond album, check out my online stores http://johnedmond.co.za Watch the video Bush Christmas to get your festive blood flowing : https://youtu.be/8moLdjiMhfQ Follow F…
 
Cursing, cussing, swearing - whatever you call it Christians are conflicted about it. What actually constitutes as a swear word? Does God really care if we curse when we stub our toe? Are substitute cuss words any better? The words we use and how we use them DO matter. We can use our words, whether colorful or not, to denigrate, devalue, and dismis…
 
When Mark was six, his mother took him in to Manhattan every weekend for singing and ballet lessons. When he returned to school each Monday and showed his fellow Bronx classmates what he had learned, the class would gather around and beat him up. Mark’s mother smartened up and enrolled him in karate lessons, but those came to a halt when the karate…
 
Ian Douglass Smith is a unique man, where's why... Watch the video with the same name as this podcast episode; The Last Word In Rhodesian : https://youtu.be/GHEnaoson7A Visit online stores to buy albums, usb's and much more : http://johnedmond.co.za And check our Facebook and Instagram to stay updated : @JohnEdmondMusic…
 
SGT. BRETT D’ALESSANDRO RETURNED HOME FROM A SEVEN-MONTH DEPLOYMENT IN AFGHANISTAN TO WHAT HE THOUGHT WAS THE END OF A LONG ROAD, AND HE QUICKLY LEARNED THAT AN EVEN LONGER ROAD FILLED WITH STRUGGLE AND CONFUSION LAY AHEAD. After a challenging deployment, Brett came home and was thrown into the process of reintegrating into civilian Life. He strugg…
 
The Bible is full of references to drinking alcohol. Some verses treat it in a positive light, some are neutral, and some warn against it. What’s a Christian to make of this? Is it ok to drink alcohol? It depends. Just because we can doesn’t mean we always should. Thankfully, scripture contains a lot of wisdom to help believers navigate this taboo …
 
Nicholas Pearson is an award-winning author and Reiki teacher. He has been immersed in all aspects of the mineral kingdom for nearly three decades. He began teaching crystal workshops in high school, later studying mineral science at Stetson University’s Gillespie Museum while pursuing a degree in music. Nicholas began his Reiki journey in 2006 and…
 
The Bible is pretty clear that tattoos are wrong, right? Well, perhaps not. But we can navigate whether tattoos are permissible or not using biblical wisdom. When we apply Paul’s ethic of freedom WITH wisdom we can see that tattoos, like all other taboos, have more to do with your heart and your motive. So are tattoos allowed? The answer is…maybe.…
 
Brian Wallace is the Founder and President of Now Sourcing, an industry leading infographic design agency based in Louisville, KY and Cincinnati, OH which works with companies that range from startups to Fortune 500s. Brian also runs #LinkedInLocal events nationwide / virtually, and hosts the Next Action Podcast. Brian has been named a Google Small…
 
Political tensions are higher than ever in our nation with the assumption that if “they” win then ultimate disaster will fall upon our democracy. The church has not been immune to this division resulting in many pastors and people leaving the church because of political stances. As followers of Jesus we have to ask: what is our responsibility when …
 
The earth is what we all have in common and now is the time for all humans young and old to take cognisance of climate change and stand together. Our delicate world is volatile! Get your copy of Eco Cry For The Planet http://johnedmond.co.za Follow on Facebook and Instagram @JohnEdmondMusicBởi John Edmond
 
War may be a necessary evil when it comes to the kingdom of the world, but how should followers of Jesus think about it? Should Christians support or participate in war, even when it is considered a just cause? When we look at the life and teaching of Jesus as well as the witness of the early church we see a radically different mindset when it come…
 
Shira Lazar is the founder and CEO of the Emmy Nominated digital media brand "What's Trending." In October 2018, she became the host of afternoon drive show Let’s Go There weekdays on CHANNEL Q, an Audacy Original Station and the award-winning LGBTQ+ Talk Radio Network. She is a Web3 advocate, collector, and advises as well as consults with compani…
 
Aubrey David Nicholas Jasper de Grey is an English author and biomedical gerontologist. He is the author of The Mitochondrial Free Radical Theory of Aging and co-author of Ending Aging. He is known for his view that medical technology may enable human beings alive today not to die from age-related causes. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s…
 
John Stamp is a former Special Agent who served both in the FBI and the Naval Criminal Investigative Service. Prior to federal law enforcement he served as a Police Officer for the City of Charleston Police Department, Charleston, SC. He is the author of seven novels and the Host of "That's Criminal with John Stamp." His newest release Blood Red Iv…
 
Race has always been a big deal when it comes to the kingdom of heaven. Jesus pushed his disciples and followers beyond their racial comfort zone, he commissioned his apostles to bring the good news to the ends of the earth, and the Holy Spirit showed no boundaries as to who would be included in the people of God. God’s kingdom tears down walls of …
 
There really is no excuse. Animals are a gift, and they deserve all our respect. Have a listen to Ingwe Beautiful Loner https://youtu.be/spCCgpw7TbA Remember to check out the new release Eco Cry For The Planet; http://johnedmond.co.za And stay tuned to Facebook and Instagram @JohnEdmondMusicBởi John Edmond
 
Paul praised and valued female leadership in the church. Yet Paul also put restrictions on women in some of his letters. What do we make of the disparity? Does God call women to lead and teach the people of God? When it comes to male and female, what would an outpost of the Kingdom of Heaven look like in our society? Bringing heaven to earth in reg…
 
Bart Baggett America's Forensic Handwriting Expert is a ten-time author who has appeared on over 1500 radio and TV shows including CNN, Today Show, Good Morning America and appeared in over 16 feature films. He has been interviewed by The Wall Street Journal, CNN's Ashleigh Banfield, Larry King, and Paula Zahn. He is the founder of The Internationa…
 
It all goes round in a circle, it all goes round like great big wheel and the wheel just keeps on turning like the planets around the sun... Human Footprint, Global Warming, Climate Change... https://youtu.be/nclrlJStx5k NEW RELEASE: Eco Cry For The Planet, check out my website http://johnedmond.co.za Check in on Facebook and Instagram to stay upda…
 
God’s first instructions to his people were to steward and care for his creation. One of the results of cosmic sin was that humanity forgot its assignment and lorded over creation instead- using and abusing it for its own gain. How can believers partner with God to help restore creation’s harmony so that it can reveal the glory of God? Bringing hea…
 
Patch Whisky is an American muralist, fine artist, and toy maker. His primary medium is aerosol and acrylic paint. Patch's murals can be seen on walls across the country from NYC to Los Angeles to Miami to Honolulu. His work has been featured in numerous galleries and publications including the Museum of Sex in NY, The New York Times, Museum of Art…
 
As followers of Jesus it is easy to feel conflicted about wealth. How much is too much? Am I supposed to sell all my possessions? Is it is a sin to be rich? As a human creation, money easily takes the place of God in our lives as we look to it for our worth and security. But in the end, money is uncertain and unreliable and when we make it our life…
 
When Jesus teaches us to pray he tells us to long for the reality of heaven here on earth. What he doesn’t tell us to ask for is to escape earth so we can go to heaven. When we see that we are called to be citizens, ambassadors, and heirs of the kingdom of heaven here on earth we begin to see that our hope is not to leave this place but to set up o…
 
Comedian George Gallo pioneered street based comedy. He climb the ranks with Joe Rogan, Chris Case, Jim Breuer, and several other talented comedians from New York. His act has been seen on NBC, Comedy Central and FOX. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/unimpressedpodcast. https://plus.acast.com/s/unimpressedpodcast. Hosted on Acast. See ac…
 
The gifts of humility, contentment, and trust are best received in the wilderness, but they are easily forgotten in the Promise Land. Moses’ last words to the Israelites can be summed up simply as “remember." He warns them of the dangers that come with forgetting where they came from and who brought them there: pride, entitlement, and self-reliance…
 
When the Israelites find themselves on the threshold of the Promise Land they are faced with the decision to trust God and move forward or to reject God and head back to Egypt. Their threshold moment helps us understand our own, what to do when we are headed into unknown territory and there are giants all around. We can be on the lookout for God’s …
 
We talk about Robin's life in the military her passion to bring healing to fellow veterans, and her new journey to be a national comedian while continuing to be a mom of two. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/unimpressedpodcast. https://plus.acast.com/s/unimpressedpodcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
Impatience, inconvenience and influence can often lead us to taking matters into our own hands and finding our own way forward, apart from God. The idols of our lives seem to offer certainty, comfort, and control, much like the golden calf did for the Israelites at Mount Sinai. But when we really step back and see them for what they are, we realize…
 
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