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Water Damage Service Restoration Minneapolis podcasting is where you will certainly learn everything about Devastation Restoration. Week by 7 days listen to professionals that speak about everything related to Water Damage Restoration from the particular best techniques, advice plus other ways which are suitable for water damage difficulties.
 
Edina-SW Minneapolis ADVICE GIVERS (R) shines a spotlight on the thought leaders and entrepreneurs in Edina, Minnesota. These men and women are problem solvers for their business and community, and freely share their journey with host Tim Murphy.
 
As part of our mission to end cardiovascular disease, The Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation offers weekly cardiology Grand Rounds to stay up-to-date on the latest developments in cardiology. These weekly meetings feature topics from the following cardiac specialty areas: congestive heart failure, electrophysiology, cardiac imaging, interventional cardiology, heart disease prevention, cardiac surgery, vascular/endovascular and miscellaneous.
 
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Fresh & Local Podcast – Minneapolis Farmers Market

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Fresh & Local Podcast – Minneapolis Farmers Market

Host Susan Berkson, Published by the Central Minnesota Vegetable Growers Association

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The Minneapolis Farmers Market presents a weekly 30-minute podcast focused on fresh and local foods. Host Susan Berkson talks with growers, food experts and chefs to deliver content for healthy living, food safety and unique meal ideas - sure to transform you into a savvy farmers market shopper. Fresh and Local will teach you how to shop the market, store the food you buy there and prepare delicious dishes. This show is perfect for moms, food bloggers, foodies, gardeners, or aspiring chefs.
 
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Our monthly theme is “Celebrating Blessings.” None of us likes the state of the nation at the moment but looking back at where we’ve been is cause for celebration. Note: I will talk about progressive successes and look a bit more closely at how difficult those actually were for those involved. History glosses over the… Read More »Look Back Once In …
 
We understand the gospel to be good news about Jesus, specifically his death and resurrection. So how can it be said that Abraham preached the gospel when Abraham lived thousands of years before those events took place? Yet that’s exactly what the bible says happened. We’ll consider this and why it matters in the third week of our summer series The…
 
Reflections on Father’s Day, Juneteenth, and the Nature of Authority. The post Who Says: Reflections on Father’s Day, Juneteenth, and the Nature of Authority appeared first on First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis.Bởi First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis
 
This is a short phrase from the French philosopher Gilles Deleuze. It underlines a fact about how we combine memory and anticipation to live in the possibilities of the moment. On a day that we celebrate our graduating high school seniors and our many volunteers, let’s consider what is next. Text of Talk (PDF): Becoming… Read More »Becoming is an A…
 
The Bible begins with “In the beginning God created…” How important is this idea God being creator of the world, and especially of us throughout the rest of Scripture? Come join us this week, as we kick of our summer series looking at The Story of the Bible in 16 Verses (in 14 weeks!). Download Message Slides For more resources from Hope Community …
 
William Shakespeare wrote, “Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May, /And Summer’s lease hath all too short a date . . . ” (Sonnet 18). Beauty, ephemerality, and storms. Those words go a long way toward encompassing our lives. Enjoy special music from Martha Hardesty and Maureen Hunt. The post Summer’s Lease appeared first on First Unitarian S…
 
We will wrap up our journey through Ephesians and try to tie it all together. The book ends with the passage on the armor of God, so we will dive into this passage and consider how that intersects with prayer. For more resources from Hope Community Church, visit hopeccresources.com. To learn more about Hope Community Church, visit hopecc.com.…
 
Our Annual Meeting marks the 141st year of First Unitarian Society and our 106th year of being a congregational humanist gathering. Over those decades some things have changed a lot. Many things haven’t changed at all. The conclusion that I draw from all this? We’re not done here! The post We’re Not Done Here appeared first on First Unitarian Socie…
 
It’s human nature to recoil at unsolicited advice and instruction. This is one of many reasons God doesn’t just sit back and tell us what to do. Instead, his instruction is unique in that it always includes a profound mystery that speaks to our hearts and brings our religious programming to an end. This week, we’re going to see how this plays out i…
 
Don’t miss Revs. Kelli and Jé in this love and beauty duet, a different kind of Sunday morning experience, with story, poetry, and dance. With beautiful music by the Eclectics. The post We Are Meant For Love and Beauty: Living In Human Bodies Through Inhuman Times appeared first on First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis.…
 
Most people who are at all familiar are aware of Ephesians 5:22-33 know that in recent days, it has fallen out of favor because of the way it has been used as a club by some toward women. This week, we will look at this passage afresh from a perspective perhaps not seen before, and see how life-giving this passage is, not just for married people, b…
 
Both Unitarian Universalism and Humanism are products of the nineteenth century idea that all religions come from a common source–perhaps a god, perhaps the human mind. There is a dark side to this conviction. Text of Talk (PDF): Getting All Meta About It The post Getting All Meta About It appeared first on First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis.…
 
The Bible has SO. MANY. COMMANDS. Maybe your experience with church boiled down to “do all this and avoid all that.” That sounds exhausting…because it is. So how should we read such passages? Is it even possible to read them as good news? Yes! We’ll consider how this Sunday. Download Message Slides For more resources from Hope Community Church, vis…
 
The great Japanese poet Kobayashi Issa wrote, “Where there are humans / You’ll find flies / And Buddhas.” Our theme for the month of May is Nurturing Beauty. Who doesn’t love beauty, but too often the nurturing part gets onerous. Text of Talk (PDF): Seedbeds and Worms (Buddhas and Flies) The post Seedbeds and Worms (Buddhas and Flies) appeared firs…
 
A key belief in the Christian life is that we are adopted as a son or daughter of God. In this, we go from being a spiritual orphan to a dearly loved child. Yet so often we live as though we are not dearly loved, not adopted, not a child of God. Why is that? And when (not if) that happens, how should we respond? Download Message Slides For more res…
 
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