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The Saving Delaware History podcast explores the fascinating facets of Delaware history. Each episode covers a location, project, or research by the HCA including origins of the endeavor, interviews with experts, and its largest impacts. Delaware’s Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs continues its mission of preserving and interpreting Delaware history by providing the staff and funding for this podcast.
 
Check out these weekly episodes of podcasting pointers that help you expand your exposure and broaden your brand by using your voice. I am an award-winning blogger, vlogger, author, professional speaker and CEO of A. Blake Enterprises, Social Media Marketing and Consulting. You can find and follow me on all my social media platforms at https://linktr.ee/delblogger You can get blogging tips on my blog @ https://delblogger.com and see me on YouTube @ https://youtube.com/delawareblogger?sub_con ...
 
Delaware Lt. Governor Dr. Bethany Hall-Long presents 'The State of Health in Delaware: A Movement to Improve Health and Wellness in the First State'. Join Lt. Governor Dr. Bethany Hall-Long and her Chief of Staff Keith Warren for conversations with your friends, colleagues and coworkers about health and wellness across the First State.State of Health in Delaware: a Movement to Improve Health and Wellness features a variety of guests including Governor John Carney, health initiative leaders, ...
 
An interview program hosted by UD Information Technologies that airs Thursdays at 8:30 a.m. on WVUD, 91.3 FM, Newark, DE, the listener-supported voice of the University of Delaware. Featured guests include UD faculty, staff, and students, talking about their research, teaching, service projects, and other interests. (Occasional guests to campus, too!)
 
The University's Living with Loss Series is a resource for grieving students and others who have experienced a loss. Student support group meetings are held on campus to present information about the grief process, provide an opportunity to discuss concerns, and offer additional resources. The informational component of each group meeting is taped in advance to provide greater access for all who may find it helpful. Living with Loss is available in two formats - video or audio only. Both ver ...
 
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In this episode Rachel shares some of the things that the uncertainty of pandemic life has taught her, like it's ok to say "I don't know", that she is secure because she is so loved by God, and how to slow down and enjoy the moment, even when she doesn't have everything figured out.Door Chelsea Martins
 
Welcome back to The State of Health in Delaware! Join Lt. Governor Dr. Bethany Hall-Long and Denise Taylor, 2020 Wellness Leadership Award Recipient as they discuss Christiana Care’s Project Connect, a very successful smoking cessation program that has changed the lives of countless now-former smokers in the State of Delaware. Be sure to visit LtGo…
 
Jonah 1:1-17 We begin a series of sermons on Jonah, entitled "God's Relentless Grace". As a prophet, Jonah was used by God to speak to His people, yet we find him resisting God's call to go to Ninevah. Despite this, God pursues him, and still wants to use him. If we run from God's purposes for us, we'll never be satisfied, but His love will always …
 
Back from the ‘60s as one of only 63 known to the world, the Futuro House imitates for the common man the ability to live in a spaceship. Queue up this episode with Madeline Dunn, the National Register Coordinator, and Emily Whaley, a Cultural Preservation Specialist, from the State Historic Preservation Office to discuss the phenomenal structure a…
 
On Tuesday, May 4th, I presented at PodFest 2021 Masterclass Online Summit, Social Media Growth 101 - Podcast Promotion via Social Media Whether or not you are a newbie or a veteran podcaster, promotion is by far the biggest pain point for most hosts. With over 60 social media platforms to choose from there’s no doubt that your ideal audience is ou…
 
The Unitarian Universalist Community Church of Augusta, Maine, the congregation where Rev. Peter served as an intern for two years before coming to UUCDC. Rev. Carie Johnson led our service. This Sunday she explores tensions of belonging and becoming in Unitarian Universalism. There is no text for this sermon, so please enjoy the video!…
 
Throughout the month of May we will release a new podcast each week interviewing a missionary that joined us for Missions Conference. We’ll begin by sharing an interview with new DBC missionary Cody Snoffer as he shares details regarding his family’s ministry with the Chicago Eagles soccer team in Chicago and how those blessed with athletic gifts c…
 
John 13:1-17 As Jesus gathered with the disciples for the Passover Feast, he began by washing their feet. He wanted to make it clear that this humble act of service was setting an example for all who follow Him. He came to love and to serve mankind, and we should do the same. The world will know we are His followers by our love.…
 
Since six years old, she knew she wanted a career in archaeology and paleontology; after almost two decades performing Section 106 reviews, she rose to the second-highest preservation post in Delaware. On the first day of National Historic Preservation Month, listen in to this talk with Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer Gwen Davis about th…
 
Hello and welcome to the Delaware Blogger Podcast, Episode #254, today I am talking about how to start a podcast without spending a fortune. Now it doesn’t matter whether you are an entrepreneur, solopreneur, freelancer, a 9-5 employee or even a SAHM/SAHM, you may have thought about starting a podcast. Perhaps you have a passion or a hobby that you…
 
In our Thursday update: When will Delaware kids return to school full time? New details in the murder-suicide that has rocked the Smyrna community, policing reforms in Delaware take a step forward, and a plan to add a toll on I-95 is dead, for now. Listen live anytime - http://player.listenlive.co/44291…
 
In our Wednesday update, new details on the fatal shooting outside a Delaware school, the family of a man killed by local police is suing New Castle County, and a new survey indicates you may be addicted to your cellphone. Listen live anytime: http://player.listenlive.co/44291Door Chris Carl
 
In today's Tuesday update, the latest on the shooting death of a woman outside a Delaware school, Pres. Biden unveils new mask guidelines when you're outside, and a local group wants to make sure you're informed about the upcoming school board elections. Listen LIVE to WDEL anytime: http://player.listenlive.co/44291…
 
2 Corinthians 5:11-21 As we conclude the series on "Making All Things New", we look at Paul's second letter to the church in Corinth. He addresses what the Church should look like and how it should work. We represent God's work on Earth now, so we should be reconciled to Him, in order to fulfill the work He has for all of us today.…
 
The socioeconomic elite of early 1800s Philadelphia sought the distinctive, detailed portraiture of Sarah Miriam Peale, one of the first women accepted into the respected Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and the painter of families closely intertwined with early Delaware politics. Join us today to speak with Curator of Collections Elizabeth Co…
 
In this episode of the Delaware Blogger podcast I once again talk about why podcasting has become a very powerful medium for not only rich and famous politicians such as Barack Obama or comedians such as Dave Chappell; Talk Show hosts Oprah Winfrey or even actors and actresses such as Demi Moore and Dennis Quaid but for the many reasons listed belo…
 
In this first part of a two part podcast series, Pastor Brad Harris and Nolan Martin define Christian singleness, talk about it's relevancy within the church today and offer encouragement to those who are single and to those who are ministering to singles.Door Delaware Bible Church
 
John 21 As we continue to review the events following the resurrection, we see Jesus appearing to the disciples for the third time. Jesus takes time to address Peter. As a result, Peter moves from regret for having denied Jesus, to experiencing His love. It emboldens him to eventually preach to the crowds on Pentecost. May we see this love and forg…
 
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