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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Beth Thompson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Beth Thompson, often where they are interviewed.

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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Beth Thompson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Beth Thompson, often where they are interviewed.

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Women in Ministry Part 2: Sharing Her Story - An Interview with Rev. Beth Thompson

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Second in our series on Women in Ministry, we dialogue today with a friend and former co-worker, Rev. Beth Thompson. Beth spent almost 40 years in ministry and was graduating from seminary at the height of the "women in ministry" conflict. She discusses the atmosphere during that time period and describes what helped her stay the course when things were difficult. And if you know Beth, she drops the mic on the regular and hits the truth hard, and this conversation definitely does not disappoint! Amy had the pleasure of working with Beth for almost 15 years, and she can say without a doubt that Beth's mentorship and modeling of what it is like to be a woman in church ministry was invaluable for her as she began full time ministry. Beth's example in ministry has impacted countless people and churches, and we are honored to interview her today.

Jun 16 2020 · 51mins
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Episode 11: COVID-19 and it's Impact on Pig Production with Dr. Beth Thompson

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SwineTime host, Dr. Spencer Wayne, visits with Dr. Beth Thompson, Minnesota State Veterinarian, about COVID-19 and it's impact on the Swine Industry. Listen in as they discuss African Swine Fever preparedness and how COVID-19 has affected our risk for ASF, ways COVID-19 has affected our state and federal agencies, what food safety concerns there may be from COVID-19, and advice for producers during this time of uncertainty. 

Jun 16 2020 · 19mins
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Episode 21 - Beth Thompson

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Beth Thompson, Artistic Director for the Shelterbelt Theatre, drops by to discuss her path to becoming a director, why she is passionate about new works, and gives us an update on the theatre's search for a new home.

Nov 20 2019 · 1hr
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Episode 001 - Beth Thompson

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Beth Thompson talk to Jim about her positive nature, growing up outside of New York City, freebasing cocaine as a youth, and what it's like to be a gay woman attending seminary during a time when church policies on homosexuality are dividing congregations. Mike also joins the show to complain about New York City. 

May 01 2019 · 1hr 3mins
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Autism Stories: Beth Thompson

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On this episode we talk with Beth Thompson about  developing successful internships for those with Autism.  Beth is the program services director for Milestones Autism Resources in Cleveland, Ohio. Autism Stories connects you with amazing people who are helping teens and adults with Autism become more independent and successful.


To learn more about Beth and Milestones Autism Resources please visit http://milestones.org.


Music for this podcast was written and recorded by Megan Metzelaar. Megan is a 26 yr old part time student at UC Clermont where she is just about to earn her Associate's Degree in Biological Sciences. She has two cats that live at her mom and grandmothers house (BW and Sunshine). Megan likes to write music, sing, dance, and watch movies with her husband. She has Autism and ADHD and enjoys performing on stage as it makes her feel she is just like everyone else. Megan just created her first album "24" (however, she is waiting for songs to be copyrighted).

Mar 04 2019 · 22mins
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Connecting Cookeville 020: Beth Thompson

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Beth Thompson moved across the country to Cookeville with her mother and quickly acclimated and grew Upper Cumberland roots. A vibrant member of the local theatre community, Beth is a fantastic advocate for the arts and serves this community as the Museums Manger for the Cookeville History Museum and Cookeville Depot Museum. In this episode, Beth tells a little bit about working on the west side, her passion for local history, and some of the fun events the museums have planned in the near future.

Oct 26 2017 · 37mins
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Episode 10 - Beth Thompson & Omar Hena

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We begin a two-part series on Ta Nehesi Coates’ bestseller “Between the World and Me.” We speak with scholars of varying ethnicities asking the same questions, revealing divergent perspectives.

First week: Beth Thompson, from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts and Dr. Omar Hena from Wake Forest Department of English.
Dec 13 2015 · 1hr 3mins