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Best Selling Author N. D. Wilson and Editor Brian Kohl host the Stories Are Soul Food podcast! The podcast that helps feed the right kind of loyalties and shape affection for the first and the greatest Author, Jesus Christ. This podcast is made possible by support from the Great Homeschool Convention and the team at Canonball Books. Great Homeschool Conventions are the Homeschooling Events of the Year, offering outstanding speakers, hundreds of workshops on today’s top parenting and homescho ...
 
The question of "what to eat" can feel endlessly confusing, especially when we contend with our own deeply ingrained beliefs and stories around food. Blame social media, the headline news, and let's not get started on family influences. Passed down from generations of women and men to their daughters, it's no wonder women are so baffled about how to stay healthy the older we get. As a nutritionist, healthy eating chef, and from her own personal and professional experience, Heather Carey has ...
 
There is a unique collection of dishes in the world that illicit a fervent following from their devotees. Producing almost religious veneration in their preparation and consumption, Cult Foods generate queues, make restaurants and crash Instagram. John Quilter aka Food Busker will take us on a journey to uncover the history of theses dishes. We’ll hear him speaking to friends, experts and fans to find out the whys, the wheres and the hows in an attempt to unpick the secrets to creating Cult ...
 
Meals on Wheels SA is a non-for-profit organisation that provides delicious meals and services to customers across South Australia. Hearing stories from our wonderful MoWSA team caused us to want to create a place where you can experience the behind-the-scenes with us. This is what led us to this podcast, where our focus is sharing the great and interesting stories of our customers, volunteers, and employees with you. New episodes on the second Monday of the month.
 
I share my own stories as well as other women's, to hopefully entertain, encourage and inspire others. The world needs more stories, and I love true, human stories best of all. Often the women's stories are linked to something that they're doing with their lives now, be it in their personal lives or in business. And I love finding and sharing a 'clean food tip' with a fruit, veg, spice or other culinary tidbit that could have 'saved the day', or just come in handy in that particular situatio ...
 
Get to know the chefs, wine experts, and artisans behind your favorite Austin restaurants. Kristi Willis and Natanya Anderson, two Austin-lovin', food-and-wine-lovin' Texas gals take you behind the scenes of Austin’s thriving food scene. Music credit: The Losers via Free Music Archive
 
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Welcome to 2023! Last week I created a podcast about grieving the loss of my beloved dog Buck and how I am processing and working through those feelings in a very different way. The timing could not be better for my interview with Shannon Swanson, a trauma therapist and a woman in midlife with her own very personal story of healing. Shannon runs th…
 
The guys discuss a typological observation which compared Noah to Christ -- and did so terribly. This leads into an interesting discussion of biblical types and anti-types -- and how to tell if such an observation is worth anything. Nate explains why we should be the flood, not the Ark: the Benedict Option misreads the Noah story. Then the guys mov…
 
Happy Wednesday everyone! This week, I am joined by Jane (our Project Officer here at Meals on Wheels SA) to discuss intergenerational programs. We talk about some of the benefits of holding these programs, and our own involvement with intergenerational practice. We hope you enjoy listening, and see you next week!…
 
I experienced a tragedy this past week. I had to very unexpectedly and quickly put down my Golden Retriever, Buck, who was a very important member of my family. The grief compelled me to create a podcast about loss, trauma, how we were wired to process these emotions (me through food), and how I choose to work through complicated feelings now. If y…
 
It's Severance SZN! Like many in the Canon office, Brian watched Ben Stiller's new show "Severance" and, amidst the story-grip that Severance caused, has many questions...mostly having to do with goats. Nate answers them emphatically as usual -- and this provides viewers with a nice lesson in thematic film-viewing. (Think of it as a sneak-peek at t…
 
Brian bothers Nate with balloons for the big episode (and a big pod announcement). Happy ONE HUNDREDTH birthday to SASF! How does that math check out? Well, folks, listen to find out.... But before we get to the big announcement, the guys heard from enough of you regarding A.I. and ChatGPT that they spend awhile de-fanging your objections to last e…
 
Welcome back everyone! We hope that you have had a relaxing Christmas and New Year break! This week we are discussing the origins of volunteering, how Meals on Wheels SA came to be what is today, and some famous people who you may not know have volunteered! Enjoy listening!Meals on Wheels SA tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Happy 2023! I love the idea of a new year and all the possibilities. Typically, many of us go into January with an agenda to get things done and to make big changes. This usually centers around our physical - weight, detoxing, quitting alcohol, etc. It also means taking on too much, too fast. In this episode, I show you a different way to look at g…
 
You may have seen the new robot making waves: ChatGPT is sort of a glorified search engine which (who??) can perform detailed reasoning and compose answers to complicated topics. For example, it can give researched, chapter-length answers to questions like "Explain quantum computing in simple terms" or "Explain why 'The End of the Affair' a classic…
 
Merry Christmas! Nate tells Brian about a recent trip to Manhattan and the experience of watching Handel's Messiah at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, the Mecca for aspiring secular artists. The guys break down the universal, global appeal of the performance and what it means for Christian art. Contrary to some claims, what makes "Christ…
 
What does quitting feel like to you? Quitting, for me, shouts freedom. Quitting gives us a choice. As we near the end of 2022 what would it feel like to you to say "I Quit!" to the world of diets and deprivation and how do you shift your mind so you can actually lose weight and feel great, no struggling required. In This Episode Heather Talks About…
 
Warming to a familiar SASF theme, the guys discuss why Die Hard is, indisputably, a Christmas movie. But first, they discuss the Grinch, and why we like him more than Cindy-Lou Hoo, and why Tiny Tim is so very annoying, and many other Christmas movies (usually filtered to a greater or lesser degree). Christmas is ultimately the story of subversion …
 
Hey everyone! This week we are discussing dementia, including common symptoms and types, and some recent statistics. We hope that you enjoy listening and have a great week. See you next week! Dementia support services; https://www.dementia.org.au/support https://www.dementia.org.au/contact-us/SAMeals on Wheels SA tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Nate wishes you Merry Christmas by means of a New Saint Andrews video he narrated, titled "Let Joy Erupt" (listen to it in this episode). After the rush of appearing in that video's B-roll with his family, Brian opens up about his sense of style being criticized as "hipster trad" by one of the video's critics. A discussion of what it's actually lik…
 
You know what's coming up, right? At least five holidays (more or less, depending on which ones you celebrate) and a boatload of parties and gatherings. There are a lot of reasons to celebrate this month. But, which one of these people are you? The one that believes that gaining five pounds this month is the price you pay for enjoyment or the one t…
 
Why hasn't there been a SASF episode for weeks? Because basketball coaching. But turns out sports is a fantastic metaphor for life -- if handled correctly. But if your kid isn't getting the point, better to have them play video games. In this context, Brian asks Nate about his 10 year goals. Nate waxes eloquent on setting ambitious goals -- but the…
 
Hi everyone, this week we are discussing homelessness in South Australia. It is a very important and hidden issue that is on the rise due to the influence of COVID-19, and I hope that you all find this episode informative. Don't forget to follow us on all social media platforms! Homelessness support services: https://www.housing.sa.gov.au/our-housi…
 
We're coming to the end of the year and if you feel like your Thanksgiving didn't go as planned (as in too much pie or too many champagne cocktails) then you might be setting your sights on losing weight after the new year. Weight loss as a goal is fine, but too much focus on the number on the scale can lead to drastic diets and detoxes. So many ot…
 
As Meals on Wheels heavily relies on our fantastic and hardworking volunteers, this week we are shining a light on all of the good work that they do. This week, we are discussing statistics and fun facts about volunteering across the globe! Follow us on social media! Instagram: mealsonwheelssa Twitter: mealsonwheelssa Facebook: MealsOnWheelsSA…
 
The holiday season is officially here! How do we get through the next month of holidays, gatherings, parties, and family without losing sight of our goals for health and weight? It all starts with some small tips and tricks. In This Episode Heather Talks About: her story of the holiday season and the cycle of screw it, shame, and regret that would …
 
The holiday season is on the horizon and with that means an influx of new diet books. In this episode, I talk about the warning signs of a diet book and the key words and phrases they use to lure you in. In This Episode Heather Talks About: being particularly vulnerable during the holidays to people who sell these books; why diets do not work and t…
 
Say you met a highschool kid who was confused about the biblical view of gender: would you give them a book or a movie? The answer to this question is probably not what you expect, and it highlights the way that conservatives get the gender and sexuality conversation wrong. The guys begin this discussion with a related question: in a hot Thanksgivi…
 
Parenting isn't easy, and Rachel Jankovic's "Sir Badalot and the Cranky Danky Dragon" gives parents the tools to talk with their fat-faced toddlers about emotional self-control. Most parents do that by resorting to the poor parenting tactics of 1) emotional distraction, and 2) emotional reaction. Turns out, your child's response to a "fussy dragon"…
 
The Surgeon General recently released an extensive report on the state of workplace health and well-being that was not very favorable to employers. The report emphasized the chronic stress that is prevalent in workplace culture, and employees are paying the price. Chronic stress from the work environment can have a myriad of physical and health con…
 
Perfectly good foods, that we are used to eating every single day, have suddenly gone bad. Thanks to the food gurus and social media health coaches, some food is confusing, intimidating, and full of fear. On today's podcast, I am calling out the foods, the ones the food gurus love to hate. In This Episode Heather Talks About: the difference between…
 
This episode juxtaposes abortion and hospitality. We live in a post-Roe v. Wade world -- can we apply those lessons to storytelling now? How do evangelicals do with that cultural fight? Does fiction have a place in it? (Not the way you probably mean it.) The guys dig deeper into the themes of Episode 90, exploring the meaning of "proof" and poor wa…
 
In this episode we are joined by Associate Professor Fiona McKay, at Deakin University, to discuss the prevalence of food insecurity in Australia, some research that has been done in the area, and organisations that support people experiencing food insecurity. Food insecurity is such an important and prevalent issue in today's society, and we hope …
 
Just like the last podcast, when it comes to nutrition and food, there is a lot of misinformation out there, and I'm putting this mildly. Scary diets and frightening social media gurus rule the internet. But, after the medical doctors who pose as nutrition experts, the worst offenders are the "natural" doctors promoting diets, supplements, and book…
 
A listener writes in to find out why, as a pastor's kid, Nate uses expletives like "hell" and "damn" in Notes from the Tilt-a-Whirl. (Shh, don't mention that Nate has written worse.) This leads to a discussion of the sliding scale of bad words -- truth is, no word is bad intrinsically. Seriously: a word's badness or goodness is dependent on how it'…
 
This is our first ever 'Bitesize' episode! As there are always so many interesting topics to talk about (and so little time), we have decided to create shorter episodes, where we discuss a trending topic. These episodes will be published every first and third Monday of the month. This week we are joined by Jane and Vicki to talk about free school l…
 
Here's an interesting truth that Nate once tried out on his roommate: pure, syllogistic reasoning is not persuasive. In fact, unvarnished truth does not "prove" anything -- by that we mean that it does not obligate belief as well as, say, story might. And you'll notice that people seldom believe the things they do for logical reasons: they come to …
 
When it comes to nutrition and food, there is a lot of misinformation out there, and I'm putting this mildly. Scary diets and frightening social media gurus rule the internet. But, the worst offender of them all is the doctors that promote diets, supplements, and books for their own capital gain. There is nothing wrong with making money. When it co…
 
Is a book with a good witch a bad book? The guys use the Wizard of Oz as a jumping off point for this lengthy discussion of magic, which listeners know is a favorite SASF hobbyhorse. Nate claims that moderns have lost an appreciation for the miraculous in an attempt to describe the natural. In reality, everything is magic. But Brian objects: if eve…
 
Episode ocho-ocho is about narrative architecture, but that sounds boring so we made the headline more interesting, having been inspired by one of SASF's favorite novels, Evangellyfish. In point of fact, though, this week's episode is fantastic: The guys get into a discussion of favorite (living) novelists, with disagreements aplenty. If you've bee…
 
In this episode we are joined by Chloe Kearns, a member of SHINE SA, to discuss food insecurity, and how it relates to overall health and wellbeing. Food insecurity is such an important and prevalent issue in today's society, and we hope that you learn something by listening to us today. Thank you for listening, and we hope to see you again next ep…
 
I am so passionate about self-compassion as a success tool that I am talking about it again on this podcast! In This Episode Heather Talks About: Why self-compassion, and being your own cheerleader, are vital to healthy success; Why it is so difficult, yet so important, to go against the grain of what our social circles think, and choose you no mat…
 
The guys discuss feedback from the Rings of Power sort-of-watchalong. Then, in a shocking turn of events, one of the guys is accused of being too critical of a film--and the critical one is Brian. Nate defends the honor of Top Gun 2, and even a bit of Cobra Kai (always with filters, people). They get into a discussion of character and when you can …
 
You may have heard the phrase "joy is our birthright". How does that make you feel? When I first heard that I thought to myself that joy as default might be for other people, but not for me. When you grow up with a diet mindset you also lose what it feels like to be joyful with food and eating. In This Episode Heather Talks About: What joyful eatin…
 
It's the moment you've all been waiting for: You get to listen as Brian surprises Nate with a laptop and The Rings of Power Episode 1: A Shadow of the Past. This is the first ever SASF Watch-Along, so you'll have to listen to see how far they got... Of course, this episode also includes a useful discussion on how the project could have suceeded, wh…
 
In this episode, we discuss the benefits of volunteering as a youth, including mental, physical, and professional benefits. We also talk to some of our fantastic volunteers on their experiences volunteering for Meals on Wheels SA. Lastly, we discuss how to get in contact with us to volunteer, and the opportunities that we offer. We hope you enjoy o…
 
In this episode, Nate explains why some Christian readers are the worst: they love to demand that he sell chicken sandwiches with a side of Gideon Bible in the french-fry box. But Nate's trying to sell the best chicken sandwich & fries he can... he gives away Bibles elsewhere, including in this podcast. This episode is about when / why you might ch…
 
How do we get back on track after a fast-paced season of vacations and gatherings? Listen up while Heather proposes four important questions to consider when you ease into the Fall season. In This Episode Heather Talks About: What big events got in her way this Summer; The four important questions she journals about after every season; How these qu…
 
The guys dig deep into this Coen Bros Academy Award Winner. Is it worth the hype? Watch it and find out. We're sure you'll get that cozy family movie night feeling as Brian and Nate discuss brutal stun gun executions and drug money chasing. They'll also answer your key question about the film, and discuss what Josh Brolin's character is up to in "N…
 
Have you wondered what Nate is up to recently? Then you don't want to miss this episode. The guys also perform an autopsy on the last two years of being alive, looking at how things have played out in our country, specifically with the test case of Nate's children's own shenanigans with Stickergate. Standing up to tyrants is a lot more costly than …
 
Wouldn't things be simpler if kids were fictional, and you could "write" their success over each challenge? In today's SASF, the guys discuss how a mom can help her children with their own "character" weaknesses. You get to hear another Nate airplane-story-turned-car story; Brian explains why camping is fun even though it sounds like it isn't; this…
 
Welcome to our first ever episode of Great Food. Great People. Great Stories. This week we are talking about how friendship evolves over different age groups, and how important friendships are in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. We will talk to kindergarten students, our University Ambassadors, and even our own Meals on Wheels SA customers. We hope…
 
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