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Suffering Servants

Rev. Tyler Cronkright

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Suffering is inevitable for the Christian. It always helps to know that others are suffering with you, even the ultimate suffering servant Jesus Christ himself. Suffering Servants is a discussion of the Church, the martyrs of the faith, and the Christian life that we all live together, united to the One who suffered and died for us. We also talk with guests who talk about suffering in their various vocations (from addiction, to divorce, to grief) and proclaim to the listener that they are no ...
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Devan and Riley discuss the highs and lows of being a sports fan, from soccer to football to hockey and everywhere in between. Join us as we delve into the emotional side of sports, especially the horrible feeling of your team being ahead and the angst of knowing they just might not hold on.
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Abject Suffering

Duckfeed Productions LLC

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This is a podcast that's nominally about bad games. In reality, it's about the horror of daily life, GameFAQs Gold, strange combatants in the battle of Good vs. Evil, and a singular patriarch known only as Crick. Every Monday, Gary Butterfield and Kole Ross choose a game at random from the titles submitted by listeners, play it, and venture off on a freeform discussion that winds between the topic at hand, and the absurd.
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Join spiritual teacher and author Scott Kiloby as he offers unique insights on a variety of topics (consciousness, inquiry, trauma, emotional repression, ending suffering, extra-terrestrial/dimensional phenomena, culture, politics, and LGBTQIA issues). This podcast will bust myths, shatter illusions, and welcome a greater depth of understanding and heart-centered wisdom around consciousness and this absolutely crazy, profoundly beautiful unfolding we call life! Take this free repression test ...
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Dhamma as taught by the Buddha is simple and easy to practice. It is about ourselves and how we can be free from personal suffering. As suffering beings we are deluded about the truths of our body and mind. However, if we practice the Dhamma, we turn our attention to our body and our mind and unveil their true characteristics. Our suffering lessens as we gradually come to understand the Dhamma more and more.
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From Suffering to Serenity: Find Peace in the Chaos” is a transformative podcast that explores the journey of individuals navigating through life’s challenges and hardships to ultimately discover inner tranquility. The podcast offers a unique blend of motivational insights, practical tips, and profound reflections, aiming to inspire listeners to overcome adversity and find solace within themselves. Whether discussing mental health, relationships, or personal development, ”From Suffering to S ...
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The goal of the Rime Shedra is to make accessible the vast treasures of Buddhist wisdom to those who wish to progress further in their understanding of the profound principles presented in these advanced Buddhist texts. The understanding of the ultimate nature of reality is the key to liberation. For practitioners this program provides an opportunity to develop a more sophisticated understanding of the nature of reality. For scholars it provides an opportunity to expand their understanding o ...
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Suffering in Silence is a platform to discuss sensitive topics that women, men, and people as a whole deal with alone in fear of stigma. This podcast breaks away from that stigma lending a voice to subjects considered to be taboo
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# Carrots and Suffering: A D&D Odyssey **An actual (let's) play unofficial D&D campaign podcast featuring 5th edition Dungeons and Dragons, by a group of friends from Portland Oregon** Campaign 1: The ancient kingdom of Fenrir, blessed with prosperity from the queen of fairy for a millennia, has fallen. The once bountiful forests are teeming now with thorns and monsters. Each prick of the brambles poison turns man into beast, one drop at a time. Our heroes, 18 year old Sylpha Lunari, 16 year ...
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How does hip hop suggest that we view the relationship between God and suffering—specifically suffering on the basis of race? Songs analyzed: "This is America" - Childish Gambino "Welcome to America" - Lecrae "Changes" - Tupac "Change" - J. Cole "The Mystery of Iniquity" - Lauryn Hill "No Ways Tired" - Jackie Hill-Perry "Mr. Wendal" - Arrested Development "How Much A Dollar Cost" - Kendrick Lamar
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In this podcast, we reach across the aisle and discuss how others are using behavioral science to address the very human condition of suffering. We discuss such issues related to chronic pain; race, wealth and class disparities; drug abuse; poverty; child abuse; domestic violence; criminal injustice; social media; mental illness; loneliness; educational and basic need deprivation; among many others. We also discuss the latest therapeutic models of treatment for these conditions as well as he ...
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Wings for Justice Podcast Series on “Pain and Suffering” will address the issues that each one of us face when we endure pain and suffering in our lives. We encourage you to journey with us and encourage others as well to listen to each podcast as we address the specifics of how we are affected by pain and suffering as individuals and choose our response to it. Our hope is that you will walk will us from a place of pain and suffering in your life to a place of hope, healing, peace, freedom, ...
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Have you ever been brought to your knees by the challenges of life? What if you could enter the world of the therapist, be a fly on the wall, and hear their stories and insights into life’s biggest challenges; a place to learn from the experiences of others who have tried to find dignity in their suffering. That’s what we do each week on The Dignity of Suffering. Hosted by Mitchell Smolkin –– registered psychotherapist, author, and speaker – every episode is a candid look at the trials and t ...
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What Pain in the Neck? Resolving Suffering is a podcast about finding real solutions to stubborn suffering. Stories of people who got their life back in abundance or are helping others to do so. Your host Ruth Elder has devoted her life to spreading the message that healing is possible even in the most severely complicated and long-lasting cases. Are you suffering and feeling like you have tried everything? Gone from doctor to doctor, had tests, X-Rays, MRIs, and more, only to be told there ...
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Sometimes, we wake up feeling empty, wondering why. We seem to have full lives, yet we crave something more profound, something we can't quite grasp. It's often the moment we realize we want to know ourselves better and seek a deeper, more meaningful life that resonates with our hearts. Listen to this podcast to start exploring a more meaningful li…
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George T. Drost, a distinguished attorney and curator of art, has a life story that mirrors the resilience and triumph of the human spirit. Born in former Czechoslovakia during one of the darkest periods in history, George's early years were marred by the harsh realities of World War II. His parents were compelled to divorce, and his father faced t…
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Chris Thornbutgh and Lori Crowder CBCT stands for Cone Beam Computed Tomography, and it's very similar to regular traditional CT except it's low energy/radiation. In this episode, Chris Thornburgh and Lori Crowder, owners of CBCT Encompass solutions talk about the technicalities, logistics, financing, etc. of different types of imaging methods. Mos…
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It's time for another NBA crossover episode of the Just End The Suffering podcast! Host Mike Phillips (@MPhillips331) tips off the show by resetting where the Knicks and Nets find themselves at the All-Star Break (1:35) of the NBA season. Mike is then joined by Sean Rowe and Tom Bocchino of the Sorry To Interrupt podcast (@SorrySports) for a deep d…
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Using a simple and practical context, Scott Kiloby explains Natural Recovery from Suffering and how the work can lead to self-realization. Although that may sound lofty, the realization - when embodied - ends up being simply an authentic human who no longer suffers. Take this free repression test to get started on this path: https://nrfs.co/znnj…
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No matter how optimistic we strive to be about our futures, unexpected events can often induce stress and anxiety, making us doubt our ability to achieve our goals. Tune in to this podcast to discover how to harness the unexpected as a source of hope and opportunity. Remember, since the future remains unwritten, all your aspirations and desires are…
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Michael Martyn can be summed up in a handful of words. He is a father, a husband, a veteran, a brother to 5, and a former foster child. While these words may be accurate, they give no justice to the many difficult situations and circumstances that Mike had faced throughout his life. At four years old, Mike lost his father to a car accident and cont…
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Upper Cervical Chiropractic is growing. The importance of the neck An Upper Neck problem can affect the Brainstem, Blood vessels, CSF flow, the Vagus Nerve, and more. Upper Cervical Doctors have extra expertise and more training. There are ifferent techniques/ associations. Find all the techniques and websites listed here What is a true specialist?…
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Super Bowl LVIII is over and host Mike Phillips (@MPhillips331) is back with a full breakdown of the big game on the podcast! Mike kicks off the episode by diving into a full analysis of the Chiefs' Super Bowl victory (2:00) with Joe D'Aloisio (@Joe__DAloisio) as well as a sneak peek at what to watch for in the NFL offseason. Mike then dives into a…
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Who wants to talk about hurt or anger if it’s buried and we are scared of it? However, in this work, it’s seen that fear is running it all and that includes fear of emotions. We hold ourselves back in relationship in all sorts of ways that have more to do with safety than love. The answer is not to try and be loving but rather to process the fear h…
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Many of us have experienced loneliness or rejection on Valentine's Day, yet it does not mean we are not valuable and loved. This podcast was originally featured as a bonus episode for Podcast 176, but tune in to uncover the truth about feeling loved and valuable! It's perfect to help you recognize the remarkable individual you are every day of the …
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 ​Justin Kase, a trailblazing entertainment aficionado, emerged into the industry at just 16, rubbing shoulders with legends like Chucky Brown, Lenny Wilkens, Dikembe Mutombo, and Steve Smith as the Atlanta Hawks' ball boy. Mentored by luminaries Ryan Cameron & Greg Street, he found his calling, journeying from HOT 98.1FM in Greenville, South Carol…
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Joining me on this week's episode is my dear brother in Christ, Josh Kittleman, the Director of Christian Family Formation at Christ Our Savior in Livonia. Together we talk through his journey from small parish ministry, to the University level, and then to big parish ministry and what he has seen, learned, and experienced. We also are sure to hit …
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Miriam Joy Elder Miriam talks to her mom, Ruth, about what it was like growing up in an Upper Cervical Chiropractic family. What was normal health care like? She details her struggles as a result of undiagnosed and untreated amblyopia. As a Master's student of Early Childhood Education, Miriam gives some great advice for parents of young children r…
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It's time to place your Super Bowl bets on the latest episode of the Just End The Suffering podcast! Host Mike Phillips (@MPhillips331) kicks off the show by going over the storylines he's watching for in Sunday's Super Bowl LVIII matchup (1:31) between the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs. Mike is then joined by Martino Puccio (@MartinoP…
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Scott discusses how, when we are children, the experience of not feeling safe to express certain emotions sets in course a lifetime of suffering where we look to others for a sense of well-being. Others cannot meet our experience. Only we can. In this podcast, Scott points to the solution to the fundamental problem of looking to others to have our …
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Scott demystifies the phenomenon of falling in love and points to the root of it. This doesn’t take away the dazzle and allure of falling hopelessly in love, but rather sheds light on the source from which that comes and how that is also the source of suffering when we step into a relationship blind to who the other person is because we are blind t…
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Teddy Swims' poignant song called "Some Things I'll Never Know" can remind us that we often linger in the past, grappling with the difficulty of not knowing when someone stopped loving us or why something unexpected happened. However, once we process our pain, the desire to understand the unknowable can keep us tethered to our pain and prevent us f…
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Nancy Nugent (no, she’s not related to Ted), was born and raised in Northern NJ and still finds herself here despite the many, many thoughts she’s had about living out of state. She’s found it’s truly hard to give up the Jersey card, but she did at least move to a different county when she left home. Growing up, the only law enforcement knowledge N…
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Pastor Nick joins in on the fun as FollyFest continues this week with the idolatry and attachment of Scripture to sports, removing God's Word from churches, the wokeness of Christian Universities, and pro-life activists being sentenced to prison. We tie all this into this week's featured heresy of Pelagianism. Do we have the ability to be "good"? D…
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Matthew Coursey In this episode, we cover the devastating effects of Meniere’s disease. Matthew describes what he was feeling, the effects it had on his life and what he did to get rid of his symptoms. More importantly, he talks about how Meniere’s disease kept him from being involved in ministry and working on his life purpose. Meniere’s disease a…
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