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Hear inspiring stories leading up to Grandma's Marathon, a 26.2-mile road race along the scenic shores of Lake Superior and finishing in Duluth, Minn. Started in 1977 with only 150 runners, Grandma's Marathon is now the 12th largest marathon in the United States and brings approximately 20,000 participants to northern Minnesota each June. Our podcast is brought to you with the support of Essentia Health. Grandma's Marathon is proudly presented by Toyota, Members Cooperative Credit Union, and ...
 
The poems and stories in this collection were selected with the reader’s grandchildren in mind. “The Raggedy Man” and “Little Orphant Annie,” both by James Whitcomb Riley, the Hoosier Poet were favorites of the reader when she was a child on a farm in Indiana. Other favorites were picked up along the way as she read to her own daughter and to her students, while other gems were discovered while looking for poems and stories to include in this collection. It is hoped that this collection will ...
 
Grandma Knight's Tales* includes stories that provide entertainment and, hopefully, some moral learning to small listeners. A special dedication goes out to the narrators own grandchildren, by whom this book was inspired. "Merry Christmas to my Bucket, Stuff, Jo-Jo, Buster Brown Eyes, and little Curly...grandma loves you! And a very Merry Christmas to children all over the world! Enjoy!" (Deborah Knight, December 2013) Created to inspire an early love for reading, writing, and literary works ...
 
We've all got grandmas, they've all got stories. Each week, I interview a friend about their grandma and learn about the life of a unique woman through the eyes of their grandchild. This podcast is an exploration of the strength of women and the legacy of the women who made us who we are. This is also a memory project. The way we as grandchildren learn about our grandparents is often through the memories of others. This podcast also explores how these memories change and mythologize the woma ...
 
Join two sassy ladies, Barb Pinklestat and Agnes Markowitz, as they cover all the essentials of being a hip grandma. These essentials include the do's and don't's of knitting, how to be classy sassy, and why you don't want to be known as the crazy cat lady. How to Be a Grandma: Knitting and other Knecessities will lend a comedic spin on the world of Grandmas.
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 14 recordings of Grandma's Prayer by Eugene Field . This was the Weekly Poetry project for September 4, 2011.Eugene Field, Sr. was an American writer, best known for his children's poetry and humorous essays. He first started publishing poetry in 1879, when his poem "Christmas Treasures" appeared in A Little Book of Western Verse. Over a dozen volumes of poetry followed and he became well known for his light-hearted poems for children, perhaps the most famous of ...
 
Language is power. Emojis, slang, the subjunctive mood . . . all colour our words with meaning. Interested? Then you’re in the right place. Welcome to the Have You Eaten Grandma? podcast. Join Gyles Brandreth, Natalie Haynes and a group of fellow word nerds as they journey through the intricacies and everyday pitfalls of the English language Discover more about the book behind the podcast at http://bit.ly/HYEGwts
 
Welcome to the mysterious English seaside town of Whitby, where all the monsters and demons of old come to retire and live out the remainder of their spooky days and nights. There's a strange new landlady in town, opening a B&B by the harbour: a lady with a tall black beehive, nasty scars about her person and a very chequered past... An eight-part audio drama written by Paul Magrs (Doctor Who), and starring Anne Reid (Last Tango in Halifax)
 
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There’s a lot of financial advice in podcasts, TV shows and other publications. But the advice that worked for someone else might not help you grow your wealth. You might get personal advice on a TV show, but the chances for that are slim to none. Suze Orman hosts The Suze Orman Show where she helps everyday people make better financial decisions. …
 
Longtime Grandma's Marathon record-holder Dick Beardsley joins the podcast to talk about a variety of topics, all stemming from his love of running. Beardsley touches on his inauspicious start in the sport, the year his Grandma's record was beaten by Dominic Ondoro, and his "Duel in the Sun" with Alberto Salazar at the 1981 Boston Marathon. He also…
 
Dave Ramsey is America’s go-to finance guru. Millions listen to him to escape debt, build wealth and create an independent lifestyle. But while some of his ideas are great, other parts of his advice can decrease your wealth and make you more dependent on others. You shouldn’t blindly follow advice because many others do so. Your way to wealth shoul…
 
“Buy Term & Invest the Difference” (BTID) sounds logical, doesn’t it? Lower your premiums and you can multiply your returns in the stock market. But BTID has a sinister background. The phrase was coined in the 1970s by a sneaky billionaire who sold... you guessed it, stocks and term life insurance. Following BTID has ruined many financial futures w…
 
Like any personal finance vehicle, whole life insurance is hotly debated: Some people love it, others can’t stand it. But neither die-hard fans nor red-faced haters will help you make a sensible decision. And when you don’t make decisions, the paycheck-to-paycheck cycle continues. In this episode, you’ll find out when whole life insurance could hel…
 
We all know we should save money if we want to end the paycheck to paycheck cycle. But with interest rates lower than inflation, a savings account is really just losing your money slower. Plus, who wants to gamble on the stock market in these uncertain times? When you don’t have enough money, you’re always fretting about it and try to make more (ma…
 
Society dictates a plan for life: We’re expected to go to college, graduate, get a job at a corporation and spend the rest of our lives paying off the debts we took on to get there. That lifestyle might be right for some, but not everyone wants others to run their life. And here’s the good news: You don’t have to. You have more options than you mig…
 
We all know we’re supposed to save money. But most of us don’t know what for. Why save to buy something later when you can buy the same thing now? This week’s guest is Ashley Barnhart. She hosts the Adult Struggles Podcast and struggled with saving for a long time. She always saved some money, but never deeply understood how to manage her money to …
 
There’s nothing more valuable than learning from people who’ve already achieved what you want to achieve. But learning doesn’t build a profitable business that sets you free—execution does. In this episode, serial entrepreneur Danielle Mulvey stops by. She shows you how to build a profitable business from scratch, even if you’re bleeding money righ…
 
In 2020, many people talk about the economy, job loss and ongoing protests. But few people focus on the challenges moms face in this crazy year. If you want to succeed financially and have a healthy family, 2020 is a challenging year. That’s why Julia Rohan is this week’s guest. She started a business in 2019 and balances her family life with her b…
 
Being an entrepreneur sounds fantastic: You set your own hours, do what you want and you can make a lot of money. But if you’re in business already, you know entrepreneurship can be the opposite: Many entrepreneurs work late nights, do meaningless busywork and still have to buy everything on sale. If that’s you, you’re probably not lacking passion,…
 
Most wealthy people have wealthy parents. And you might feel like you need a silver spoon upbringing to see success in business. After all, rich people grow up learning from successful people, going to private schools and connecting with entrepreneurs. But you can be successful, no matter where you came from. Today’s guest is living proof. Perry Ma…
 
When you’re in a financial pinch, it’s easy to think making more money fixes everything. But even rich people often live paycheck to paycheck because of their spending habits. If you want a smart, stable financial future, you don’t have to double your income. Whether you’re making $40,000 a year or $400,000 a year, you can leverage your assets in a…
 
Have you ever wondered what it meant to be a prophet? Why were they so dramatic sometimes? What's the point they're trying to make? Is Ezekiel talking about aliens?!?! Why do they matter anyway?Check out this episode and find some answers!Important sources:Wilda Gafney, Daughters of MiriamPaul Redditt, Introduction to the Prophets…
 
When you think about leveraging assets, you might think about millionaires buying stocks, real estate and gold bars. You might feel like you can’t build a sustainable financial future without saving half your income and spending it on volatile stocks. The truth is: You’ve got “hidden” assets you could leverage to start growing your wealth now. Your…
 
If you’re an entrepreneur, you know all about creating value for your customers. But if you’re like most entrepreneurs, you don’t value yourself enough. Maybe you even watch others succeed and feel like an amateur. Here’s the truth about running your own business: If you don’t value yourself, no one else will. But if you know your worth, you’ll be …
 
Why are some startup founders broke while others get rich working 9 to 5? It’s not about talent. Becoming and staying wealthy starts with your mindset. Entrepreneurs and employees think differently about money—but they can both get wealthy. Whether you run your own business or work in someone else’s, your beliefs about money can make you wealthy or…
 
When times are good, running your own business is a dream. But in times of crisis, you realize you can’t buy food with hard work, independence and passion. And you don’t need a global pandemic to have a recession. Something could only affect your industry, city or you personally. But as a boss, you won’t give yourself up. You can make it through an…
 
In this week's episode, Jill and Zac interview Dr. Lisa M. Wolfe, Professor of Hebrew Bible at Oklahoma City University, on her book "Wisdom Commentary: Qoheleth (Ecclesiastes)." This discussion centers around how someone can do a feminist reading of a book with very few women in it! Dr. Wolfe's book is available through Liturgical Press.…
 
The stock market is plummeting, most businesses are closed and the International Monetary Fund just declared a global recession. You might feel like you need to hunker down and grow your wealth once the crisis is over. But you don’t have to give up on your financial dreams. In fact, now is the best time to create a smart, independent financial path…
 
Jephthah made a terrible-awful-not-very-good (and totally unnecessary) vow and his daughter paid the price. Listen in as Jill and Zac talk about the broad overview of the Deuteronomistic History, the book of Judges itself, some discussion on the harmful portrayals of Jephthah's daughter, and why no one should try to recuperate the image of Jephthah…
 
Your finances aren’t just about you. If you’ve got a boyfriend, girlfriend or spouse, you probably want to consult with them before you make a choice. But those talks aren’t always productive. In fact, they can keep you from making the financial decisions that would make you wealthy. But not involving them could ruin your relationship. But you don’…
 
We're back! Have you ever wondered why the gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke are so similar? Has anyone figured out how they're related? Which was one was first? And what on earth is Q? Listen in on Jill and Zac as they talk about the history and issues of the Synoptic Problem (Part 1).Par Not Your Grandma's Bible Study Podcast
 
If you’re listening to this, you’re probably a young person looking to grow your wealth sustainably. Perhaps you’re a woman, too. If so, you’ve probably encountered a lot of biases in your life. “You’re too young to know about that”, “that’s a man’s job” or “let men handle the finances” are just three examples of a slew of biased statements you mig…
 
In this continuation from last week’s episode, Jill and Dr. Carter talk about the Magi/Wise People and King Herod. And once again, the Roman Empire is at heart of what’s happening in the text of Matthew 2. A special thanks to Dr. Carter for coming on the show!Par Not Your Grandma's Bible Study Podcast
 
If you’ve ever researched personal finance or wealth creation, you know there’s thousands of voices giving advice on how to invest, what to buy, how much to save and a hundred other things. While most of these people mean well, there’s one big problem: They’re not you. What worked for someone else might not work for you. To get the wealth and freed…
 
In this episode, Jill sits down with Dr. Warren Carter to discuss the interesting features of Matthew 1. They engaged with two major questions: What are the significance of genealogies in the ancient world? And why does Matthew's birth narrative differ from Luke's? Grab your headphones and check it out!…
 
Chances are you’ve listened to, read and seen tons of information on growing your wealth, managing your finances and changing your mindset. Vision, thoughts and mindset are important. But they’re not everything. The big problem with all the helpful information is: It overwhelms us. With all the conflicting opinions out there, we often end up not ac…
 
In a perfect world, you’d probably want yourself and all your loved ones to be wealthy and happy without worrying about money. Unfortunately, the world makes it easy to think you can either create positive experiences for yourself or for others—and that doing something for yourself takes away from the time you can impact others. The truth is: You d…
 
If you’re under 45, your parent’s inheritance might not be part of your financial planning. That’s understandable. Inheritance is uncomfortable to think about and not an easy topic to bring up. But your financial future might just depend on the inheritance you’ll receive. Whether it’s paying off student loans or your mortgage, starting your own bus…
 
Why is that women are asked to veil themselves in 1 Cor. 11? And what's the deal with needing to veil yourself because of the angels? Find out in this episode where Jill and Zac tackle the strange section of 1 Corinthians 11 that contains some prescriptive language regarding women and veils. Thanks to Ashley for suggesting this topic!…
 
Whether you’re a parent, take care of loved ones or just want to make a difference in the world, you probably love to make an impact on other people’s lives by giving–whether that’s your time, money or something else. But if you’re like most people, another thought pops into your head sometimes: “What about me? How can I take care of myself? Today’…
 
Have you ever wondered about what the legal codes say about strangers in the Hebrew Bible? What does Hagar's name actually mean? In this episode, Jill and Zac discuss the figure of Hagar and the implications of reading her story in Genesis 16 in a different way. They cover some background information on the "ger" ("stranger" or "foreigner") and how…
 
Road trips with the entire family are fun, but they’re exhausting. You need to take care of different people, keep the car running and carve out time for yourself to recharge. Managing your money can be like a road trip–especially when you have to care for someone else like an elderly family member or a child. And just like you can arrive at your d…
 
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