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Join Weston, Molly, and a bottle of wine as we use iconic teaching moments from movies and television as a vehicle to reflect on instructional practice. We invite you to laugh, agree or disagree, and work toward discovering exactly who you are and where you stand as an educator. Weston is a former high school teacher and administrator who now works as a Senior Fellow with the International Center for Leadership in Education. His work as a keynoter and instructional coach has afforded him the ...
 
This podcast is brought to you by Weston Park Cancer Charity; sharing stories about our work, what we do and the people we support. From funding life-saving research to providing practical help and emotional support, it’s our job to care in every sense for our patients and their families. Cancer changes everything. But so do we.
 
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This season we are diving deep into the stories behind the success. I discovered that almost 99% of the moms in business who I connect with have all turned their pain into their purpose. Through awakening, healing and diving into the personal development work each mom has found a new layer of herself. With this new found perspective she feels a sense of mission, purpose to bring this healing to the world and help other women and mothers. I have discovered behind every successful mom in busin ...
 
Get the most up to date information from experts around the world in Natural Pregnancy, Birth & Parenting. Rev. Zoe is an Anthropologist that specializes in birth culture. She is an international prenatal expert, author of 5 Steps to World Peace: Women's Wisdom that can Change the World, and also the director of the Women's Interfaith Fellowship.
 
Join Alannah Weston, Chairman of Selfridges Group, for the third series of How to Lead a Sustainable Business (https://www.selfridges.com/GB/en/features/project-earth/podcast/?cm_re=homepage-_-cat-tile-1-feature-_-podcast) . In this series, Alannah continues her mission to discover how businesses can innovate and transform to put sustainability at their core. The latest IPCC report demonstrates what we all know - there is no time left for incremental progress. This series is all about system ...
 
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We are invited to go to Abba Father with the assurance that he will always welcome us and hear our heart's cries. Our confidence is based on Jesus, who represents our needs to the Father as both our Saviour and Friend. With this in mind we go boldly to Abba knowing that by his abundant grace we will receive help in our hour of need.…
 
The writer of Hebrews emphasizes that believers are 'sharers' in the great work of Christ. We are not simply observers but active participants in the unveiling of God's kingdom. As such, the Preacher exhorts us to take our priestly vocation seriously so that others may see our Leader more clearly. Whatever we do - we are not to "turn away from the …
 
Researcher of the month, Dr Cele Richardson, discusses her 2022 study, which shows that when parents have a warmer relationship with their teens, teens tend to have better sleep hygiene practices, sleep for longer at night and feel less sleepy during the day. Lack of sleep can have a significant impact on the mental health and wellbeing of many tee…
 
The Preacher of the book of Hebrews (maybe Priscilla?) names Jesus to be 'the Champion' of our salvation. It is Jesus who overcomes the evil one by passing through the death barrier and who grants us the gift of abundant life. In light of this resplendent gift our focus needs to remain sharp so we do not become distracted or swayed by competing goa…
 
As we finish the Advent and Christmas seasons we turn to the angel's ecstatic proclamation to the shepherds of our Saviour's birth. Indeed, the angel sings out three names which describe the holy child: Saviour, Christ, & Lord. Each of the names focus on different characteristics of the baby king which will ultimately clear the way for our salvatio…
 
The Evangelist lifts the wonderful (hopeful) message of a birth of a child (Isaiah 7:14) and applies it to the miraculous birth of Jesus in a barn's manger (Matthew 1:18-25; Luke 2:1-7). The link is made in the name given to the child - Emmanuel, which means God-is-with-us. Jesus as Emmanuel, travels with us in solidarity through all the ups and do…
 
We live in a world of conflict, aggression, violence and war. Jesus offers us exactly the opposite peace, love and joy through reconciliation with both God and with one another. In Jesus we find stillness, rest and a deep sense of the shalom of God. May we go to Jesus (our true Prince of peace) and find shelter amidst the chaos and confusion of our…
 
In this podcast, Dr Weston talks with Dr Susie Bower-Brown about the experiences of binary-trans, non-binary and gender questioning young people in UK schools. Her research uncovers various ways in which teens who identify in this way often feel invisible or discriminated against. Listen for her thoughts on how schools can best support these young …
 
The message of Advent is subtle, quiet, unobtrusive. It is not like the worlds messages that are screamed from gigantic billboards and worldwide newsfeeds. As a result the good news of Jesus as our Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father and Prince of Peace can be missed it can slip by in the busyness of the Christmas season. May we sta…
 
Christ is always coming toward us - in every day and every hour. The invitation and opportunity we receive is to be open, aware and receptive to the gift of Jesus coming to us in our everyday. The poem of Isaiah (9:1-7) reveals four titles for the coming Messiah by which we may be attentive to Jesus' voice in our contemporary world. May we hear and…
 
In this interview, Dr Weston talks to Professor James O'Higgins Norman about bullying. Professor O'Higgins Norman is the UNESCO Chair on Tackling Bullying in Schools and Cyberspace at Dublin City University, where he is Director of the fantastic National Anti-Bullying Research and Resource Centre. We chat about what bullying looks like in 2022, how…
 
The Psalmist reminds us that God is our Creator, Sustainer, and Saviour. The entire earth belongs to God including both lands and peoples. As created beings God is worthy of our praise and devotion. What is exciting is that God provides fro our righteousness (v5) which allows us to reflect back to God the beauty of his own presence, joy and compass…
 
Professor Brackett outlines how, far from being a weakness, emotions - and our ability to feel, understand, and use them - are vital to achieving success. He describes his effective, evidence-based approach to emotional intelligence, known as RULER, which is used in thousands of schools worldwide.
 
In this interview, Dr Weston chats with Ella Podmore about her role as senior materials engineer at McLaren Automotive. Ella answers questions from children and young people, talking inspiringly about setting goals and how to work towards achieving them. Passionate about inspiring other girls into STEM industries, Ella also highlights some campaign…
 
The challenge we face is to be truly conscious of our interior world (& needs) while we are inundated with external stimulate. The distractions of our day to day living press our interior longings to the back of our minds. As such we need to hear the truth of the Gospel that Jesus travels with us in the midst of our everyday and offers us a shalom …
 
The risen Jesus came to his disciples (and especially Thomas) to deal with the issues of fear and doubt. He comes to them to inspire them with his peace and the gift of the Holy Spirit. Through the Spirit we also receive the ongoing presence of Jesus so that we can live as his faithful followers. Indeed, Jesus enables us to move from doubt to faith…
 
In this interview, Dr Weston talks with PhD student, Caoimhe Dempsey about her research into how parents feel when their children first start school. We know a lot about how to make children 'school-ready' in terms of their learning, but what about how parental attitudes and emotions impact their transition? Do parents tend to feel positively about…
 
In this interview, Dr Weston chats to England and Saracens rugby player, Sonia Green, otherwise known as Sonic. They discuss how to encourage sporting participation, how to balance academic pressures with sporting aspirations and the best way to deal with inevitable injuries. A must listen for all parents of young athletes and their children.…
 
In this interview, Professor Mina Fazel talks to Dr Weston about supporting displaced children once they are in a place of refuge. Listen now to find out about the crucial importance of a sense of belonging and how the outcomes of these children are dramatically improved if they are able to form natural social connections. Teachers and school staff…
 
The cosmic journey of Christ reveals Christs descent from heaven to the world and his return from the world to the Father. It is because of this great journey that, through faith, we have the opportunity to become the children of God. As we open our hearts to the presence of Jesus, we move from the realm of death to the endless possibilities of new…
 
Researcher of the month, Professor David Putwain, discusses his recent paper which focuses on whether warning GCSE students of the consequences of failure (otherwise known as a 'fear appeal') is a motivating strategy in terms of their levels of engagement and achievement. He outlines the reasons why teachers use fear appeals, how this kind of appro…
 
In Psalm 30 the poet gives thanks for God's restorative healing powers. He underlines his point by noting that his interior spirit also needed to know God's healing touch. His crisis was multi-leveled - both exterior and interior. In a similar way we also cry out to God for his restorative work in our lives. May we give God thanks (even as the Psal…
 
In this podcast interview, Dr Weston talks with Professor Deirdre Butler and Dr Paula Lehane about how Minecraft: Education Edition is being used in classrooms. They discuss the great potential of so called 'sandbox' games in children's learning, outline current gaps in the research evidence and provide useful tips for any teachers wanting to make …
 
The fifth "I am" statement of the Gospel of John is "I am the resurrection and the life" (John 11:25) which is spoken by Jesus to Martha at the tomb of Lazarus. It contains the incredible paradox of "even though one dies they will live forever." How does one both die and live forever? It seems nonsensical! Yet, it is this paradox that Jesus holds o…
 
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The story of Jesus and Nicodemus reveals the tension between faith and mystery. Nicodemus is a good, religious person but is unable to open his heart and receive the 'slantwise truth' of Jesus. The religious ruler understands Jesus words in a literalistic manner and can't penetrate the mysteries of spiritual birth that Jesus offers. In a similar wa…
 
► Join us for service online every Sunday at 10:30AM (EST). Shortly after the service it will be available for Video On Demand. ► If you received Christ through this message, let us know by filling out our digital connect card: https://westonroadchurch.com/connect. We would love to hear how God is transforming your life through this ministry! Share…
 
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