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Welcome to the podcast integrating faith and mental health where we have real conversations at the intersection of both clinical and lived experience, hosted by Brittney Moses. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-faith-mental-wellness-podcast-with-brittney-moses. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Calling it what it is, my podcast will look at the way you feel about that first bite of a memorable meal. How do others remember that turning point in their lives and a look through my culinary adventures from learning to cook for myself and my family. The stories of the hard lessons learned and the successes.I also have some special guests joining me to talk about their unique meals, or journey's to cook or get that dish.
 
Robert G. Ingersoll was an extremely popular humanist orator in the late nineteenth century, and he wrote Mistakes of Moses after many bootlegged versions of his speeches had been published and circulated. In Mistakes of Moses, through a close, literal reading of the Pentateuch, he challenges biblical stories using science, logic and morality. (Summary by Margaret)
 
I talk about three things, motivation, money, and personal development. Tune in every Monday Wednesday and Saturday for new episode. Let's make some money on Monday and get motivated, more motivation on Wednesday and let's develop our capacity on Saturday's.
 
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In this podcast, we're going to look at the rising cost of food. It's a scary fact that food prices are increasing. I know I just got back from the grocery store, 100 dollars does not go as far as it did a month ago, partially the cause of the global pandemic and the ripple effect of lockdowns and staff shortages. But it's not an arbitrary decision…
 
Dr. Christie Kederian is a nationally-renowned psychologist and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, specializing in the psychology of relationships. With an extensive career as a professional matchmaker and relationship expert for eHarmony and Match.com, Christie has helped hundreds of people find love and improve their relationships. She is a …
 
Sous Vide Cooking. It's a cooking technique that utilizes precise temperature control to deliver consistent quality results. High-end restaurants have been using Sous Vide cooking for years to cook food to the exact level of doneness desired every time. Let's look at Sous Vide and some misconceptions. Support the show (https://www.patron.com/ChefMi…
 
Bio: Matthew S. Stanford, PhD is CEO of the Hope and Healing Center & Institute (HHCI) in Houston, TX and adjunct professor of psychiatry at Baylor College of Medicine and Houston Methodist Hospital Institute for Academic Medicine. Dr. Stanford’s research on the interplay between psychology and issues of faith has been featured in The New York Time…
 
Sheila Walsh grew up in Scotland and has spoken to over six million women around the world. Her passion is being a Bible teacher, making God’s Word practical, and sharing her own story of how God met her when she was at her lowest point and lifted her up again. Sheila loves writing, has sold almost six million books and is a national bestselling au…
 
I had the opportunity to cook a traditional Maritime Lobster Boil at the Double N Ranch in Texas. This is the Home of Masterchef contestant Cowboy Chef Mike Newton. The story of how we became friends and some of the chores that have to be done every day. I'm still looking for that BIG Steak. Support the show (https://www.patron.com/ChefMikeMoses)…
 
In the late 70’s I left home to pursue my radio career. I accepted a job in a remote town in North Western Ontario. Packed all my belongings in a big blue travel trunk, my bike, and hopped on a train for the 3-day ride. This was going to be it, my jump into the broadcasting world. It was also where I learned hard lessons in cooking. Support the sho…
 
I have always enjoyed cooking. I started cooking seriously when I was 9 or 10 years old, in the mid to late ’70s. I read cookbooks, went to the library, and rarely got the chance to see a chef on television. As well there was no Internet! Support the show (https://www.patron.com/ChefMikeMoses)Door Chef Mike Moses
 
Well, this is a story of how I have gone from a 10-year-old learning about cooking techniques, to a Personal Chef and teacher today. The travels, tribulations, and experiences helped round out my culinary adventure. From my grandmother to my mother, their fascinating prowess in the kitchen still amazes me. Support the show (https://www.patron.com/C…
 
Rodrigo Cala and MOSES hosted a field day on August 18, 2021 at Cala Farm Origenes in Turtle Lake, WI. MOSES Organic Specialist Rodrigo Cala shared the systems approach he uses on his organic farm, focusing on sheep production with rotational grazing, a perennial system for raising chickens, and much more. Rodrigo realized in the last couple years …
 
Jim Goodman (National Family Farm Coalition), Erin Schneider (Hilltop Community Farm, Wisconsin), and Lea Zeise (Intertribal Agriculture Council) share their unique perspectives on farming and climate in a conversation that explores some of the solutions to one of the greatest challenges we face as a species: climate change. In this conversation, w…
 
Continuing our climate change series, this episode is a workshop from the 2020 MOSES Conference with Dr. Lauren Snyder and Dr. Jessica Gutknecht. According to the NOAA, "the Midwest set a record for the wettest year in history (1895-2019) for the second straight year" in 2019. The need to build healthy soils that can withstand weather extremes is c…
 
This is episode one of a series on climate change. Whether you have drought or flooding this year, your weather is probably strange. This series of recordings of MOSES conference from the last few years share some strategies in adapting to climate change. The first in the series is a talk from the 2017 MOSES Conference called Build Resilience with …
 
In this episode, host Chuck Anderas talks to Ken Meter about his new book, Building Community Food Webs. Ken shares some of the best examples of how communities have built relationship-based food systems, and shares his thoughts on why the current food system is extractive, how communities can use co-learning to find creative solutions, how democra…
 
From the 2019 MOSES Organic Farming Conference, Ken Meter and Megan Goldenberg dive deep into food systems history and data, and give examples of successful community-based food systems work from around the United States. Ken Meter is one of most experienced food-system analysts in United States, and his work integrates market analysis, systems thi…
 
This is the trailer to the new season of the In Her Boots podcast. This season is the first with new host Tiffany LaShae. Tiffany—a Black woman farmer, researcher, educator, and activist—interviews women of color in agriculture from around the Midwest about their experiences. Make sure to search for “In Her Boots” in your podcast app and hit subscr…
 
Dr. Melinda Daniels of the Stroud Water Research Center and Dr. Kirsten Pearson of the Rodale Institute discuss their incredible collaborative research evaluating the impact of several management systems on an entire watershed. They have years of data on how the watershed was managed conventionally; this multi-year effort will give a clear idea of …
 
Tonights show digs deep into the archives for some of the very best in Deep House from yesteryear.If you're expecting that soulful house sound, then I'm sorry to disappoint, you're going to have to get your dancing shoes on! This is a rump shaker! Really hope you enjoy the selection as I much as I did mixing it. https://pressureradio.com…
 
Farmer Kat Becker of Cattail Organics in Athens, WI, and Sam Malriat, the Director of the Organic Consulting Program at the Rodale Institute, talk with Chuck about the strategies they have tried, studied, and seen work on farms throughout the country. As Sam puts it, “In organic systems, models are state by state, county by county… There’s not one …
 
Meditation and mindfulness have been shown to have so many evidence-based benefits for the mind, body and soul that I was excited to dive deeper into this topic on the podcast this week. In this weeks episode of our “Mental Health Basics Series” we're talking all about The benefits of Faith, Meditation & Mindfulness with special guest Neil Ahlsten,…
 
Tonight's show brings a guest mix from the man like Da Sherriff for the 1st hour. With a plethora of choonage to get you in the mood for dancing, the 2nd hour comes in like a steam train to get that rump shaking! Play Loud! As always, mixed with Love https://pressureradio.com
 
Listen in on the conversation with Dr. Andrew Smith, the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Scientist of the Rodale Institute, and Dr. Francesca Cotrufo, Professor and Associate Head of the Department of Soil & Crop Sciences and Senior Scientist at the Natural Resource Ecology Lab at Colorado State University. We go in-depth on the practices and the…
 
In this week's episode of our “Mental Health Basics Series” we’re talking all about the signs of severe anxiety and what helps with special guest Ali Mattu! This episode lays out: - The common symptoms of anxiety and when anxiety becomes so severe that it may be considered diagnosable - The different types of anxiety diagnoses that exist and some o…
 
Tonights show puts the Soul into Soulful house music!Packed with many a nugget, this show should bring a nice warm glow to your day, with head nodding and foot tapping aplenty!Finishing off with some House tracks for the last 30+ mins, gives a nice edge to the show. Play Loud......... https://pressureradio.com…
 
In this week's episode, we’re talking about Depression with my dear friend and Columbia psychiatrist Dr. Diana Samuel. In this episode we expound on: - How to identify the signs & symptoms of depression - The clinical & therapeutic treatments that are used for depression - When and why medication might be necessary - How to support someone with sev…
 
In the last of our Food-Grade Grain series with Artisan Grain Collaborative, Amy Halloran talks to two Illinois farmers: Andy Hazzard and Jeff Hake. Andy shares her experience milling the grain she grows, as well as milling for other farmers; Jeff Hake explains some of the challenges of trying to find the right equipment. Hazzard Free Farm Funks Gr…
 
Another episode of the Soulful and Funky House show brings you the best in Soulful House music releases over the last week for your listening pleasure. A bit of of an African produced theme going through this show, so much good music coming out of that continent, big love to the producers!! I hope you enjoy listening to this as much as I did mixing…
 
Grain advocate, educator, and author Amy Halloran is back to guest host the second of our series in partnership with the Artisan Grain Collaborative. Amy talks with Jason Federer & Michael O'Donnell about how they are navigating their farm’s simultaneous transitions to organic production as well as food-grade marketing. Artisan Grain Collaborative …
 
This is the first episode in our series with Artisan Grain Collaborative on food-grade grains. The collaborative includes farmers, millers, distillers, bakers, and other people across the value chain who are creating opportunities to grow grains for people, not livestock or fuel. Today, grain advocate, educator, and author Amy Halloran explores see…
 
In this week's episode, we’re talking all about Intuitive Eating with founder Evelyn Tribole. Intuitive eating is a compassionate self-care eating framework that treats all bodies with dignity and respect. In this conversation we’re talking about: The core principles of intuitive eating, such as honoring your hunger and coping with your emotions wi…
 
Really hope you enjoy the tracks I've put together for tonights episode, I so enjoyed mixing these tonight, was really feeling the vibes, I hope you do too Its a show of 2 halves, 1st hour is soulful, for the 2nd hour, the pace gets cranked up with some deep and housey joints. Mixed live on the legendary Pressure Radio for your listening pleasure. …
 
Dr. Shanita Brown is a board certified licensed professional counselor, speaker, adjunct professor and trainer that fosters transformative and empowering dialogue about various forms of intimate partner violence, specifically the domestic violence experience of Black women. With over 15 years of experience in the clinical mental health field, she i…
 
Continuing our partnership with the University of Wisconsin Center for Cooperatives, Kelly Maynard and Chuck talk with Hannah Breckbill of Humble Hands Harvest in Decorah, Iowa. We talk through all the aspects of how and why someone would want to transition their farm from a sole proprietorship to a worker-owned cooperative, and some of the benefit…
 
Kat Harris is the host of The Refined Collective Podcast, and Co-Founder of the online publication The Refined Woman. Her first book Sexless in the City will hit bookstores April 2021. She has also been a full-time photographer for the last decade with her work featured in: Vanity Fair, GQ, Forbes, People, Who What Wear, US Weekly, Glamour UK, and …
 
This week on the podcast we’re talking about How to Eat for Depression and Anxiety with Nutritional Psychiatrist Dr. Drew Ramsey. Have you taken a listen yet? Dr. Ramsey has both become a good friend whose work I’d admire and has had a profound impact on my personal wellness journey over the years so I"m excited to share this conversation with you!…
 
Today I invited my friends Kristina and Anthony for an honest conversation on how we're processing and healing forward through news of church scandal and abuse in the church, particularly in the past year. Including recent news of Ravi Zacharias, how abusive and narcissistic personalities are given position, how this is being perpetuated, and what …
 
Dr. Caroline Leaf is a communication pathologist and cognitive neuroscientist with a Masters and PhD in Communication Pathology and a BSc Logopaedics from the University of Cape Town and the University of Pretoria in South Africa, specializing in cognitive and metacognitive neuropsychology. Since the early 1980s, she has researched the mind-brain c…
 
Kait Warman is an author, speaker, popular relationship coach, and the founder of Heart of Dating. She helps thousands of men and women on their journeys through the conversations on the Heart of Dating Podcast, which launched in 2018. Through her ministry, Kait’s mission is to empower both men and women to have the courage to own their story, walk…
 
Alison Cook, MA, PhD is a psychologist, speaker, and the co-author of Boundaries for Your Soul: How to Turn Your Overwhelming Thoughts and Feelings into Your Greatest Allies. For 20 years, Alison has helped women, ministry leaders, couples, and families learn how to heal painful emotions, develop confidence from the inside out, forge healthy relati…
 
Should Christians only see a Christian therapist? How can faith and therapy integrate into mental health treatments? And what does the data show about the benefits of including ones faith in therapy? We're diving into all these things and more with my friend Dr. Holly Oxhandler. Trust me, you don’t want to miss it! Dr. Holly Oxhandler is the Associ…
 
Mary O'Herin is an acupuncturist and massage therapist with experience on small-scale organic vegetable and fruit farms. She has a good understanding of the hard work, dedication, and solitude that goes into being a farmer. Mary shares some movement and body-care techniques with us, as well as tips for how to facilitate lasting change. One of the a…
 
In partnership with Kelly Maynard from the University of Wisconsin Center for Cooperatives, we explore the seven principles of cooperatives with Angela Dawson and Kheph Rakhu from 40 Acre Cooperative. This is part 2 of 2, where we explore principles 5-7: education and training, cooperation among cooperatives, and concern for community. What is 40 A…
 
On today's episode, I’m so excited to share this honest conversation that I had with my good good friend Toni Collier on “When Life Doesn’t Go As Planned”. As women who have both walked through young single motherhood, divorce in the church, going back to school while working etc, we totally get what it feels like if you’ve had a “non-traditional” …
 
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