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Amos37 goes boldly where most won't. The Truth! Covering current Church trends, Seeker Sensitive, Purpose Driven, Emergent, New Age Spirituality, Social Gospel, Culture Wars, and yes the Bible. Bible Prophecy Evangelism and much more to get the gospel out. We also cover occult influences, Hollywood exposes and loaded with free video and audio with documentation. We will try to demonstrate a biblical worldview that the bible is a living book that will both bless and shock you. Got a topic you ...
 
Ready to Teach is a podcast for teachers, by teachers. We’ll showcase teachers’ stories - mistakes and all - the best practices that come from those mistakes, and the research behind it all. We’ll cut through the buzz-words and the trends to discuss what works in the classroom, what doesn’t, and why. As teachers, we know the best people to learn from are other teachers. We also know how difficult it is to build community outside of our own classrooms. Come hear stories and strategies from fi ...
 
We are Julie Mason, instructional coach, and Darcy Mueller, middle school teacher. We started Classroom Crusaders to share teaching strategies, discuss current trends in education, and to listen to other educators' stories. We hope we will spark conversations and connect with our listeners. Please feel free to visit our website, ClassroomCrusaders.com for our blog posts and to follow our crusade.
 
Resilience, recovery, and light in the darkness of addiction, Serenity Sitdown will uplift and inform with joyful possibilities of recovery. No candy-coated chatter, experts and everyday people shed convention and explore raw, honest options for help and hope. Struggling to find actionable options for your recovery? Serenity Sitdown, hosted by Fr. Jim Swarthout will surprise you with raw conversations, poignant and funny moments, as well as unique perspectives on topics relevant to you. Upco ...
 
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It's the annual holiday wine boondoggle. I invite Jim Cox to the studio to sample some great wines to consider for the holidays. He and his wife Carrie run Southern Napa Wines in Daphne, Alabama. We discuss the cool wines of the season, a huge sale of Napa property by friends of his, and sample some goodies.…
 
Are we not in "The Evil Day" According to the Bible ... the major battle mankind faces is not in flesh and blood but instead is against beings from an unseen spiritual dimension. The Bible also tells us that Satan is the master planner of this deception and that he has a number of clever schemes to deceive the whole world—believers and unbelievers.…
 
REPLAY: Educator Blair Fisher discusses the alarming trend of boys performing poorly in school. Boys are responsible for the vast majority of bad grades, discipline issues, and stand in the front of the line for medications to help them focus. I asked Blair a simple question after watching my daughter's graduation awards day last spring where about…
 
About Episode 102: In this episode, Kelvin and Tom discuss the many build vs. buy decisions that face those responsible for supporting online teaching and learning. From staffing to software development and much in between, options abound. Podcast Recording Download Transcript: PDF Episode 102 Show Notes: Episode Synopsis via Twitter View complete …
 
Chef Jule creates extraordinary chocolate delicacies in her shop in Fairhope, Alabama. Knowing nothing about high-end chocolate, she takes me on a tasting journey to teach me how her delicacies are made, offering insights on the ingredients she sources from across the US and Europe and even the cocoa trees in Madagascar. If you're looking for a per…
 
Scott Tindle's gifts are that 1) he understands the world of blockchain and crypto currencies and that 2) he can simplify it enough to teach people like me what they are, how they work, and why they're important. His company sets people up for Bitcoin mining amongst other things. His name has been shared with me many many times as the resident expe…
 
Most people do not realize how intimately connected the popular idea of evolution and the worst racist ideology in history are. Ken Ham and Dr. Charles Ware reveal the compelling history of the effect of an evolution-based belief system on the history of the United States, including slavery, the Civil Rights Movement, and abortion. They go beyond p…
 
About Episode 101: Hosts Tom and Kelvin explore the various perspectives represented in the “Cameras-On vs. Cameras-Off Debate” with an eye toward finding common ground and actionable insights for designing effective synchronous online sessions beyond the emergency ad hoc remote instruction era. Podcast Recording Download Transcript: PDF Episode 10…
 
Jamey Sandifer and Marc Salyers at Sandifer Wealth Management offer a variety of services designed to steward and grow client assets to create the future clients want for themselves. Jamey, Marc and their team offer a no-nonsense, family-feel approach to client services. In a topsy-turvy economy, Sandifer Wealth Management is predictable calm in an…
 
A worldwide “fraternal organization” with millions of male members that has existed for centuries, Freemasonry is a religious way (that claims to be non-religious) with both advocates and critics. Proponents say the organization helps its members strive for morality, charity, and community good. Detractors say it is nothing less than a secret socie…
 
It's a rare workplace where one person getting Covid shuts down the entire operation. But that's life on the set of a motion picture. Emily O'Banion is in charge of preventing the spread of any illness on the set. She, along with local testing provider and support, David Lane of Coast Diagnostics, jump through high hoops and manage thorough protoco…
 
T. Bruce MacKinnon is the President of Elevator World, Inc. With offices across the globe, the HQ is in Mobile, Alabama where their team puts out several publications throughout the year focusing on the elevator industry. While the business of elevators is certainly interesting, what MacKinnon offers in our conversation is a tutorial on how to domi…
 
About Episode 100: In this episode, Dr. Sasha Thackaberry joins hosts Kelvin and Tom to discuss change management strategies for leading online initiatives. Podcast Recording Download Transcript: PDF Episode 100 Show Notes: Dr. Sasha Thackaberry Associate Vice Chancellor for Learning Experience Design Innovation at National University Episode Synop…
 
I have not been stirred by a book or a message like the one I discovered reading author Stephen Cope's book The Great Work of Your Life. Many of my colleagues today search for work that provides meaning and purpose as they navigate the final third of their working career, myself included. Cope's book taught me what questions to ask and what types o…
 
Chuck Thuss' career as a hockey goalie surged at Miami (Ohio) and then in the minor leagues, including a stint at the Mobile Mystics. When it all ended, Chuck struggled to find purpose - a common struggle of athletes at the end of their playing days. Today Chuck co-hosts a podcast with a former National Hockey League player where they talk with ath…
 
About Episode 99: While specialists in online education, such as instructional designers and administrative leaders, help carry out online courses and programs strategically, it is the faculty whose voice, wisdom, and human connections make online learning successful. In this episode, hosts Kelvin and Tom discuss the importance of this faculty voic…
 
I revisit some former show guests and learn how they used the pause in business caused by the pandemic over the past eighteen months to reinvent themselves. These entrepreneurs don't ever stop. Artious Walker and Smac's Shack Food Truck, Mary Beth Greene and MB Greene bags, and Chris Rainosek at The Noble South restaurant.…
 
Ellis Ollinger began as a summer employee for Flowerwood Nursery and today is the company CEO. Flowerwood grows and distributes plants from Maryland to Missouri to Texas and all points in between. With 650 employees, shared patents on plants, and a business relationship with Southern Living magazine, Flowerwood is a third generation success story t…
 
About Episode 98: Guest Ryan Rogers joins hosts Tom and Kelvin to discuss the experiences of K12 students during remote instruction and the challenges higher education institutions face in re-setting incoming first year students’ expectations of actual online courses. Podcast Recording Download Transcript: PDF Ryan Rogers, Director of Student Servi…
 
Known variously as the iGen or Gen Z, the next generation workforce has experienced some doozies that will shape their take on the workplace and our world in general: Covid, election disputes, Afghanistan, vaccine division. The list goes on. How will it impact them? My guest is my 18 year old daughter the day before my wife and I took her to colleg…
 
9/11 changed us! It made us one on 9/12! No matter what department they’re are from, first responders routinely witness horrific events that ordinary people don’t. 9/11 showed us the lengths that these heroes would go to just to save the lives of others. Fire Chief Bobby Halton honors the fallen among their ranks, as well as those who continue to l…
 
Drugs and alcoholism have been present for ages. These are not some types of acute illnesses that you can just patch up in a day. Alcoholism and drug addiction is a chronic disease, and the recovery is a long process. Learn more about the recovery process and how spirituality plays a role in it with your host, Fr. Jim Swarthout, and his guest, Mike…
 
About Episode 97: In this episode, join hosts Kelvin Thompson and Tom Cavanagh for a discussion of the factors affecting institutions’ pursuit of the mix of course modalities that is best for them. Online, blended, hybrid, and in-person courses are all part of the mix. Podcast Recording Download Transcript: PDF Episode 97 Show Notes: Episode Synops…
 
Rob Holbert is the managing editor of Lagniappe Weekly in Mobile, Alabama. Watt Key is a fiction writer with at least a dozen published books under his belt. I write weekly commentaries for Alabama Public Radio. The three of us read a five hundred word commentary we prepared for this broadcast and then discuss how we go about our writing.…
 
Why are lumber prices at an all time high? Is it Covid? Labor shortages? Tariffs? It's all of the above plus many more things including the freeze in Texas last year that froze chemical plants, too few long-haul truckers, bugs in Canada, Chinese goods through Vietnam. The list is overwhelming. It's a perfect storm of random events and there appears…
 
We can't get enough of this guy. Kieron Elliot had us at "sláinte" (pronounced SLAN-ja and meaning "cheers!") when I heard him giving a presentation on Instagram. He agreed to be on What's Working and we discuss The Macallan's plans for bringing Millennials into their brand and he walks me through how to taste two of their signature bottlings for t…
 
Mobilian Watt Key's first published book was Alabama Moon and it hit big. Schools picked it up for summer reading. Movie rights were reserved and then purchased. Since then Watt has published a bunch more books and he could keep going but there have been some headwinds in the publishing industry impacting Watt's ability to tell stories the way he w…
 
About Episode 96: Renowned guest Dr. Patsy Moskal joins hosts Tom and Kelvin to share key insights from 25 years of conducting research studies and impact evaluation on digital teaching and learning. Grounding our work in this robust body of literature is especially important as we seek to distinguish intentional online learning from ad hoc remote …
 
Many parents expect their kids to take care of them when they get old. The kids have no plans to do so. Many kids think they'll receive a fat inheritance when their parents die. The parents will spend every penny to stay alive with some quality of life. And it's here that long term care insurance becomes important. With a great number of friends as…
 
You've seen Frank Wood on TV or on the movie screen or on a Broadway stage. He's busy with his craft. And the process he and a cast go through as they take on a new play is the epitome of how to form a high-performing team. It involves listening to fellow cast members (teammates), taking direction from the director (team leader), taking a strong po…
 
About Episode 95: Join hosts Kelvin and Tom for a consideration of the range of options for post-pandemic work being considered across higher education. As online education professionals, if we can’t figure out how to do this well, who can? Podcast Recording Download Transcript: PDF Episode 95 Show Notes: Episode Synopsis via Twitter View complete …
 
Bill-E Stitt impressed us with his bacon when we first met him. Now after sampling his bacon and hearing his story and getting to know the legend that is Bill E Stitt, we can't get enough of him or his product. Seldom do we interact with anything that is the "world's best," but Bill E's bacon is just that.…
 
Based in Los Angeles, Kieron Elliot is national brand ambassador for the Macallan Scotch Whiskey in the US. We discuss the Macallan's strategy for introducing a whiskey typically preferred by older, white, affluent males to the next generation. Kieron tells me their customer is already much more diverse than I'm aware and we sample some of the Maca…
 
About Episode 94: Hosts Tom and Kelvin are joined by guest Dr. Julie Mendez to consider how to overcome challenges faced by STEM faculty who might be resistant to teaching online or blended courses. Spoiler: It’s about faculty talking to faculty! Podcast Recording Download Transcript: PDF Episode 94 Show Notes: Episode Synopsis via Twitter View com…
 
The overwhelming underperformance of boys in academics has slowly been revealing itself for years and now the data shows the depth of it. The impact ranges from the future of eduction, performance in the workplace, to the competitiveness of the United States. Blair Fisher is an educator and head of school at Mobile's St. Paul's Episcopal School and…
 
South Alabama remains just under the surface of Beverly Jo (BJ) Scott. Born and raised near Mobile, BJ is now famous in Belgium with her face on billboards and on the sides of busses. Her celebrity comes from her remarkable talent as a singer-songwriter, her own radio and TV show, and her "what you see is what you get" approach to coaching singers …
 
About Episode 93: Hosts Tom and Kelvin discuss themes found in the recent CHLOE 6 report on how higher ed’s remote instruction pandemic response has impacted the landscape of online education. Listeners are encouraged to compare the presented themes with their own observations in order to better understand our field and prepare for the future. Podc…
 
Josh Reed has a fantastic story to tell about the birth of Huk Gear, the fishing apparel company he began with his partners not too long ago. They've exploded with success due to ID'ing an underserved market, putting a team together, and letting them do their work. And I can vouch that their gear is fantastic.…
 
John Hoyle leads the Alabama School for Math and Sciences in Mobile. The students there are exceptional - wanting to be pushed and stretched to become the best they can be. The faculty, per John, is the best in the state. The students come from across Alabama and are encouraged to return their eduction to their state by finding work in Alabama when…
 
From her time as CAO of Davis College, guest Dr. Cristi Ford joins Kelvin and Tom to talk about the impressive work of Rwanda’s Akilah Institute in providing educational access to women via a combination of blended learning, competency-based education, and international partnership.Bởi Thomas Cavanagh & Kelvin Thompson
 
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