Class is in session! Logan Toxic and Nathan Richardson are your professors, the subject? All aspects of film, from themes, retrospectives, introductions, and master classes - all delivered the best way possible - Drunk! Drunk Film School is a podcast that delves into what makes film great. Unlike other movie podcast, Drunk Film School blends super intelligence, with drunken arrogance and comedy! So get your #2 pencils ready, there will be a quiz.... Cheers!
By Drunk Film School
Today Steve speaks at 25 -30 men’s conferences a year around the United States and Canada. He has written some 15 books for men, including the best-selling “Finishing Strong”, “King Me: What Every Son Wants and Needs from His Father”, “Battle Ready” (Bold Men of God series), and his latest book from the life of Daniel, “True Courage” (Bold Men of God series). Steve also teaches a weekly Men’s Bible Study, from which this podcast is taken on a regular basis.
By Steve Farrar
Epicenter Conferences are designed to encourage and equip participants to return to their countries and congregations with a renewed commitment to bless Israel and her neighbors in the name of Jesus and mobilize more followers of Jesus to "learn, pray, give and go" to the work of the Lord in the epicenter.
By Various Speakers
This podcast is a collection of the highlights from Dana Morningstar's YouTube channel, "Thrive After Abuse," where she discusses every facet of narcissistic abuse (and abuse in general), from what it is and the challenges people are facing, to how to undo the damaging effects of abuse and how to move forward into rebuilding a life you love. To ask a question for a later podcast (or YouTube) episode, send an email to email@example.com.
By Thrive After Abuse
Welcome to The Brown Chicken Brown Cow Show & Podcast. We are a Sex-Body-Gender Positive podcast and show that aims to entertain, inform, and have a little fun. There’s going to be something here for everyone who believes that sexual exploration, sexual communication, sexual identities, and being open to sexual possibilities are healthy, friendly, and most importantly fun. We believe that your things might not be our things but your things are ok too. Join your hosts as we all learn and share more about this sexy world around us. Want to know how you can help us out and to reach our show goals? Maybe you can support the show, get stuff, and even be part of the party? Head on over to our Patreon.com/bcbcpodcast page and become a monthly subscriber. There are so many levels of support it is insane. Pick the level you want and become part of the magic. If we reach our goals we will start producing more podcasts, more live shows, and more stuff and prizes for you.
The Little Rock NetChurch (LRNC) is the vision of Rev. Dr. James A. Brettell to take the teaching of God’s Holy Word to the peoples of this world via the internet; therefore, it is the purpose of the Little Rock NetChurch to take advantage of modern technology to make the Word of God available to an increasing number of people who have, are, or will be departing the traditional church because the traditional church is not offering the type of spiritual help needed by a morally depraved society. As human history daily moves closer to the rapture of the Church, Divine pressure will increase on the world’s population, and traditional church members will continue to depart the traditional church setting and its innocuous forms of worship that are doing nothing more than applying a spiritual band-aid to a spiritual hemorrhage.
By Dr. Jim Brettell
The enhanced version of the Irish families podcast, with photos and links. Itunes or Quicktime required for this version of the original podcast. This is the first weekly Irish genealogy podcast in the world. Main topics are genealogy, family history, curious news and notes, book of month, web page of the week, and Irish family name of the day. Find your family history and heritage in Ireland here ! This is one of 5 podcast series from the Irish Roots Cafe. Be sure to listen to all of them, including History of the Irish in America, and Irish Song and Recitation Festival.
By Michael O'Laughlin