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The show talks about specialty coffee that will help the average Joe, home, and professional baristas. Will learn how to dial your grind settings and sizes, recipes, roasting, different brewing styles, preparing coffee drinks, water temperatures, maintaining your brewer clean, and the history of coffee and how it evolved in pop culture and everyone lives.
 
Bill Kirst, an organizational change consultant, supports clients navigating change in order to thrive, to overcome personal obstacles and to reach their full potential. Bill's blended approach has been cultivated over many years by consulting with individuals and offering leadership in military service. In his podcast, Bill talks with a diverse set of guests on the topic of leading change in today's ever-changing world. Brew up a cup of coffee, or tea, and enjoy the listen. *Disclaimer: Any ...
 
Welcome to the “Coffee With Friends – An Espresso Shot of H.R. Disruption” podcast, where I talk with business leaders, authors and HR disruptors on how to build amazing company cultures centered around purpose, people-first mindset, and love for one another. The podcast is part of the Human Rebellion platform, a grass-root community of conscious leaders and HR rebels who want to build a better workplace together. To learn more, visit www.humanrebellion.com.
 
Andy Steves brings a lifetime of travel experience in Europe and a passion for connecting with those from other cultures to this podcast. He's a travel entrepreneur, a self-proclaimed coffee snob, amateur cyclist and award-winning guidebook author, our speaker, Andy Steves loves helping travelers bridge the cultural gaps they encounter while on the road. By combining modern technology with the travel philosophies of his father, travel guru Rick Steves, Andy is becoming the new voice of mille ...
 
In 2011, internet addict Kellee and pop culture enthusiast Joe embarked on an internet friendship that consisted mostly of perpetually under-caffeinated gchats and over-imbibed texts. At some point in 2013 they decided it'd be a good idea to do a podcast on the internet, pop culture, bullshit, and really - they both just love to talk. Follow us: twitter.com/internetfrndsWrite to us: internetfriendsshow@gmail.com
 
This is a program for intermediate Turkish learners to practice listening skills. I talk about language learning tips, interesting things about Turkish culture etc. I use a simple language for students to understand what I say , and I speak slowly. This Podcast is fully in Turkish. You can check transcripts and translations of the episodes by visiting my website. my instagram: learnturkishwithturkishcoffee my wesite for transcripts:http://learnturkishwithturkishcoffee.com/en/my-podcast-trans ...
 
Your London Legacy was born out of my love for London. I have travelled far and wide, and as much I get so much pleasure from seeing new places around the world, I always look forward to getting back home to London. I cannot think of anywhere else in the world, that has the same depth of history, the coming together of ancient and new cultures, fashions and religions and our hard-won freedom of speech. London is a global leader in banking and has the highest concentration of Universities and ...
 
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This past week has been difficult with the report coming out about the egregious sexual sin of famed apologist Ravi Zacharias. We cannot overlook this or downplay the magnitude of the deception and sin that was happening in the private life of this prominent Christian leader. What do we make of this? What can we learn from this cautionary tale? How…
 
"Why God, why God do I gotta bleed? Every stone thrown at you restin' at my feet."Steve and Christian listened to Kendrick Lamar's 2017 album, "DAMN."The guys discuss wickedness, duality, mercy, and Christian art.Philanthropy Spotlight: We're also shining a light on "Samaritan Ministries," a community of Christians paying one another's medical bill…
 
We're back! Season 3: Episode 1 of Code, Coffee & Culture; On this episode we discuss Corey's course curation Journey, thoughts, insights and tips for developers looking to create courses. Deff be on the lookout for his IOS course that's dropping. IG@Corey_CorismaWe also give our thoughts on the Nike GoFlyEase - design, the importance of Accessibil…
 
Today’s story features Leyandra Pagan, a Human Capital Strategist and Candidate for Master of Science in Learning & Organizational Change at Northwestern University. Leyandra, like many students around the world, faced a new level of professional change in the summer of 2020. She never anticipated her internship experience in consulting to be fully…
 
Is hell an eternal place of conscious torment, or is it merely a place where people go to be purified and eventually reunited with God in heaven? Do human souls exist forever in hell, or are they eventually destroyed? Is God just in punishing people eternally for sinful lives of 80-90 years? These are the types of questions that we discuss on this …
 
The girls watched the Netflix film, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom. They discuss the emphasis on community over individualism, how death impacts life (and vice versa), as well as issues between races.The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America and Ancient Faith Radio による
 
On Episode 53, we hear the story of Brett Putter, the CEO of CultureGene.ai and author of two books, Own Your Culture & Culture Decks Decoded. In this discussion, Brett and I talk about the tidal change that has come to how we work and collaborate in a hybrid and remote first world and the importance of values and human centered design when thinkin…
 
Words are important when it comes to interpreting our Bibles. As we con tin in our bible study methods series, we are looking at the eXplanation of words in this episode. A great method for studying Scripture is to conduct word studies for the passages you are diving into. A word study helps us to understand the definitions/range of meaning of a wo…
 
"Cool. Cool cool cool."Steve and Christian watched the classic comedy series, "Community."The guys discuss plot-driver vs character-driven Christianity, unconditional love, and the importance of the table.Philanthropy Spotlight:We're also shining a light on "Reconciliation Services," non-profit serving in Kansas City, MO. Desiring to accept the cha…
 
Today’s story features Kathleen Breault and Lorie Brew. Both parents and educators, Kathleen and Lorie share their moving stories and valuable insights they personally have gained while navigating and leading change in the education and healthcare systems for families across the State of Pennsylvania. When the world came to a sudden stop in March o…
 
Bible study is enjoyable, especially when you are looking for patterns. Echoes in Scripture are an important indication of the emphasis of a passage, chapter, and even the entire book. Echoes are repeated words, phrases, and concepts that are weaved into the passages of Scripture. This episode helps to show how Echoes can inform our interpretation …
 
The girls discuss the novel, Transcendent Kingdom. They address issues of cross-pressure between belief and doubt, the role or purpose in our lives, and how the modern self is buffered against engagement with the transcendent.The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America and Ancient Faith Radio による
 
On Episode 51, I met with Jesse Gould, the Founder and President of the Heroic Hearts Project, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that is pioneering psychedelic therapies for military veterans. After being deployed as an Army Ranger in Afghanistan three times, Jesse founded the Heroic Hearts Project in 2017 to spearhead the acceptance and use of ay…
 
This week, we are looking into the Name (author) and the Time (date) of the book of Philippians. As we continue to study the Bible in C.O.N.T.E.X.T.S., knowing who wrote a book of the Bible and when it was written helps us understand the message that the author was conveying. By knowing the background of the Apostle Paul and the situation that he w…
 
“Those really aren't purposes, 22. That's just regular old living.”Steven Christoforou and Christian Gonzalez watched the new Pixar movie, "Soul."The guys discuss spark vs purpose, lost souls, and living with gratitude.Philanthropy Spotlight: We're also shining a light on "The Second Liturgy," a podcast which explores how Orthodox Christians can pa…
 
I was thrilled to have really had such an entertaining and fascinating chat with philosopher, jazz musician and renowned cheese historian, Ned Palmer. Author of the Sunday Times Book of the Year ‘’A Cheesemonger’s History of the British Isles’’ Ned makes it clear that every cheese tells a story. In his recent book Ned takes us on a mouth-watering j…
 
This introductory episode purpose is to spreads out the idea of the show. On the world of specialty coffee and the different area that I will expose every episode and is listed below: Coffee Drinks: (Espresso, Americano, Latte, Cappuccino, Flat White, Affocato, and Turkish-Greek-Arabic) Brewing styles: (Pour-Over/Drippers, Percolation, Vacuuming, B…
 
We are continuing in our series on how to study Scripture! This week we are specifically looking at the "Occasion" of the text and how understanding the cultural background, and the immediate context helps with interpreting what Scripture means. So often, the Bible is treated like a simple, easy to grasp self-help book, when in fact it is something…
 
Studying the Bible is vital to the Christian life. As believers in Jesus, we are told to love God with our mind, study to show ourselves approved workman, and dwell on the words of the Lord. But how exactly should we go about studying Scripture? In this new series, we are going to teach you how to study the Bible in C.O.N.T.E.X.T.S. (Crowd, Occasio…
 
Jesus was God, but He was also a human being. So often we focus on the divinity of Jesus that we forget about his humanity. In this week’s episode, we look at some of the assets of Jesus’ humanity and the implications that it has on how humble He was and how sacrificial He is for all eternity. We will also discuss whether Jesus was able to sin or i…
 
"Wherever I go, he goes."Steve and Christian watched season 2 of the amazing Disney+ series, "The Mandalorian."The guys discuss the difference between tradition and traditionalism; the empire's evil; and discerning the Way.Philanthropy Spotlight: We're also shining a light on the Astoria Food Pantry, a neighborhood mutual aid project that provides …
 
Why is the virgin birth of Jesus even necessary? Is it just folklore, or does it fit within Christian theology? In this week’s episode, we take a look at the way human souls come into existence and discuss how Jesus became a human being. What we believe about the creation of the soul has a huge impact on sin and how it is transmitted to our species…
 
"I'm Santa Claus, Teddy, not Yoda."Steve and Christian watched the delightful holiday movies, "The Christmas Chronicles" and "The Christmas Chronicles: Part Two"The guys discuss Santa Claus, pastoral care, the struggle to determine our identity, and a sacramental view of the world.​Philanthropy Spotlight: We're also shining a light on the FOCUS Nor…
 
When COVID hit, most organizations had no choice but to move to remote work. Interestingly enough, the transition was quicker and smoother than many had ever thought. Working remote has its challenges, whether they are human, cultural or technological. Some organizations adapt, some don’t. Some leaders and employees adapt, others don’t. It’s not ve…
 
As you wander round the streets of our magnificent capital city today, you’ll probably most likely be aware of all the shops and offices, albeit deserted if we are still in lockdown. What you will not see so much of are the relics of London’s glorious industrial past, unless of course, that is you know where and what to look for. From brewing giant…
 
This week we look into the counterfeit Jesus of the Jehovah’s Witnesses. Was Jesus merely a created being sent by Jehovah as a ransom for mankind? Does Jehovah demonstrate love towards humanity in sending someone who is not God to die as a sacrifice? These are some of the questions we look into as we make a case from Scripture for why Jehovah’s Wit…
 
The girls take on the Netflix series, The Queen's Gambit. They discuss the needs to take responsibility for ourselves, how love is not the same as turning a blind eye, and the need for healthy emotional boundaries.The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America and Ancient Faith Radio による
 
Continuing our series Counterfeit Jesus, this episode looks into the claims of atheists and agnostics in regard to who the historical Jesus actually was. Some claim that Jesus never even existed. However, many atheists and agnostics admit that Jesus existed, but they claim that he is not who the New Testament claims he is. As Christians, we need to…
 
"There is no spoon."Steve and Christian watched the classic sci film, "The Matrix."The guys discuss what it means to be human, the nature of reality, free will, and taking the "red pill."We're also shining a light on the Saint Haralambos Agape Grocery, which has distributed over 16 tons of groceries to the public since in the last few months. It's …
 
Shawna Rasmussen, our first guest on this podcast back in January 2017, returns for Episode 50, to reflect on four plus years of change. She also flips the script on me to ask me a few questions about the podcast, nearly five years into this journey as a creator. Enjoy the discussion.Bill Kirst による
 
The culture provides a lot of false ideas out there about who the true Jesus is. This episode is the beginning of a new series where we will be focusing on the "Counterfeit Jesus" that is found in cults and religions that differ from what scripture says. Take a listen to this week’s episode as Tyler Hurley investigates doctrine in the LDS Church re…
 
In today’s altered landscape of COVID and social unrest, the shift in how and where we work has created a critical need to redesign the employee experience. With boundaries between life and work removed, and with persistent health and safety concerns for many employees, traditional employee engagement strategies are not enough to understand the who…
 
This year has been filled with anxiety, stress, angst, unrest, and worry. Circumstances have been hard, which has made a huge impact on the mental and emotional health of many of us. However, are there behaviors that we indulge in which contribute to the anxiety and stress we are feeling? What we fill our minds with has a huge impact on us. Sadly, …
 
“Dude!”Steve and Christian watched the new film, "Bill and Ted Face the Music."The guys discuss the failures of past generations, ways to empower younger people, and the unity of all people.We're also shining a light on Orthodox Christian Prison Ministry, which serves those who are incarcerated and their families, and provides resources, training a…
 
How can we as Christians bring positive change to our culture? Being salt and light in a world that needs to see and know Jesus, can sometimes be difficult. Navigating love and grace is hard, and if we are honest, we have all failed to balance those traits correctly. That is why we want you to hear the three principles about being effective cultura…
 
2020 has been an emotional roller coaster for many of us. COVID has impacted many lives, from job losses to financial challenges, from remote work to isolation, from social injustice to wanting from equality and respect, and not mentioned the emotional toll of the presidential elections. It’s become more important than ever for organizations to com…
 
As the great Samuel Johnson once said, ‘when a man is tired of London he is tired of life’ and in my view this has never been more true. In these troubled unique times, finding the pleasure and joy in plain view is critical for us all, from a physical, mental and wellbeing perspective. In this brilliant episode I caught up with award winning Tom Jo…
 
Reading the Bible in context is very important for understanding what it is saying. We need to ask questions about the text, such as: Who wrote this? Who is this written to? What is the situation that prompted the writing of the book? What are the themes? Are there repeated words or phrases? By finding answers to these questions, we can understand …
 
On Episode 49, I speak to Kirk Miller, VP of Global Clients at Ariel Group. Kirk shares his experience and wisdom and speaks about an article he posted on LinkedIn after experiencing a furlough. That article is full of great tips and recommendations for anyone impacted by the challenging economy and job market in times such as these. Enjoy the disc…
 
“Strike first. Strike hard. No mercy.”Steve and Christian watched the Netflix series, "Cobra Kai."The guys discuss just regret, trauma, nostalgia, and more.We're also shining a light on the Family Promise, a national non-profit that changes the lives of families experiencing homelessness. Learn more on their website: familypromise.org…
 
On Episode 48, I interview Errol Doebler. With over 20 combined years as a Navy SEAL and FBI Special Agent Errol believes that if leadership is not done correctly one of three consequences will be realized, all of which are unacceptable: mission failure, injury, or death. Errol also believes that the leadership exhibited during times of chaos and s…
 
Reaching our culture for Christ is an objective that Jesus Himself left us with prior to ascending into heaven. But how do we go about reaching our specific culture? How do we reach the sub-cultures within our culture? When it comes to Gen. Z, we need to know how they think, what they value, and the ways that their experiences have shared them, in …
 
The girls discuss Taylor Swift's newest album, touching on themes such as how growing up changes your perspective, how we grow aware of our own failings, and how love fills the background of much of our lives.The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America and Ancient Faith Radio による
 
In this politically-charged season, it is very easy for us to vilify those on the opposite side of the political spectrum. So often we justify bad behavior toward our perceived enemies with excuses like, “They deserve it,” or, “They are animals.” As Christians, our Lord has given us different instructions on how we are to treat our perceived and ou…
 
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