Christ Is All He NeedsFor Paul Dixon, from the beginning of his relationship with God through all the decades of his leadership at Cedarville to his retirement years when he continues to impact the lives of many, Christ is all he needs.Dr. Dixon was first known on the campus of Cedarville College as a frequent speaker in chapel. He was often invited to preach by then-president Dr. James T. Jeremiah, with whom he had a lifelong friendship and for whom he had a deep admiration.There’s an iconic image of Dr. Dixon walking side by side with Dr. Jeremiah in 1978, when Dr. Dixon was asked to serve as president. The image shows the two great men of faith in step with each other, which was reflected in their transition and their relationship with each other through the years.Dr. Dixon admits he had not served in leadership, other than in his personal life, his family, and his evangelistic ministry, so he was taken aback at the Board of Trustees’ decision to appoint him to lead Cedarville. Dr. Dixon promised his wife, Pat, they would commit two years to see if the Lord’s hand was on their decision. After 25 years serving as president and 18 years as chancellor, it appears His answer was clear.For Dr. Dixon, his commitment to follow the Lord into the leadership of Cedarville was an act of faith. The song, “Christ Is All I Need,” so closely linked to Dr. Dixon and his time at Cedarville, continues to echo that continual dependence, which he and Pat harmonize to close the podcast. “We took as our verse when we started dating Psalm 37:23, ‘The steps of a good man are ordered by God: and He delighteth in his way,’” Dr. Dixon shares earlier in the show. “And (Pat) had that engraved on my wedding band. It’s been that way all these years. He’s ordered our steps; it’s the sovereignty of God.”Dr. Dixon’s 40th anniversary of servant-leadership at Cedarville was celebrated in 2018.
Episode 44 Paul Dixon & The Tarpon that Wrapped a Naked Angler in a Tree
The February Room
A Fly Fishing Podcast
Renowned captain, Paul Dixon, has divided his distinguished, 30-year guide career between the striper flats of Montauk and the bonefish, permit, and tarpon waters of the Florida Keys. Paul is one of the most sought-after guides in these hallowed waters and is being recognized for his innovations and conservation work as the recipient of this year's Isaac Walton Award from the American Museum of Fly Fishing. Paul has acquired a long list of clients who have become lifelong friends, and the shenanigans that have occurred are the stuff of legend. We are lucky enough to have Paul sit in with us and share past exploits, like the time a client named "2 Dogs" jumped ship in his birthday suit, and the one when a famous musician invited them to his dock for a shore lunch.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lauren-karnopp3/support
Paul Dixon | Life at Falkirk and hopes for the League 1 season
The SPFL 42 Show
This weekend's League One game of the weekend is between the top two as second placed Falkirk entertain league leaders Cove Rangers. Ahead of the game, John Bleasdale spoke to Falkirk left back Paul Dixon. Paul gave his thoughts on Falkirk's start to the season, their ambitions to win promotion after Covid halted their bid to overhaul Raith last season, and if he sees this weekend's match as a must-win even at this early stage. He also talks about Falkirk's progression in the Betfred Cup to earn a home tie against Rangers, and how sad it is that no fans will be there to boost the clubs coffers. We round off with a brief chat on Scotland's qualification and Paul, who won two Scotland Caps in 2012, sums up what it means to see us finally end that 22 year hoodoo.
Paul Dixon... Innovating Striped Bass on the flats.
Hooked in New England
In this episode we were lucky enough to sit down with Captain Paul Dixon of To The Point Charters based out of Montauk, New York. Captain Dixon is a pioneer when it comes to targeting Striped Bass on the flats in the northeast. Many of his tactics are what we use today, and those tactics came from days upon days of learning the hard way. Paul has been at the forefront of Striped Bass conservation, most notably with his work with Jamie Howard and the film Running the Coast. Paul was also on ESPN's Guide House, the first fishing reality show that featured guides in Montauk during the fall run and their day to day activities. When Paul is not guiding in Montauk, he can be found in Key Largo, Florida where he guides for tarpon, permit, and bonefish, and anything else that swims. If you want to learn from one of the best we highly recommend giving Captain Dixon a call. But make sure to do so early as he is in high demand. Captain Paul Dixon516-314-1185www.flyfishingmontauk.com
BBC Radio Newcastle's Paul Dixon dials into this week's podcast with regular hosts Adam Hunter and Kevin Haynes.The trio discuss Paul's favourite memories from his working trips to Shielfield and the impact the North East has had on the team over the years.
Rob met Paul Dixon in December 1999 when he started a seasonal job at Grand Slam Outfitters at The Ocean Reef Club in Key Largo, Florida In 1999. Twenty years later they catch up to discuss Paul's life in New York and Florida, his development of flats fishing off Montauk, and all of the people he has fished with along the way. Produced by Jason Reif Paul Dixon Instagram Bonefish Tarpon Trust
10: Guildford Head Coach Paul Dixon, Plus That Race Between Swindon and Telford (01/11/19)
British Ice Hockey
The British Ice Hockey Podcast is back this week as we look ahead to this weekend's crucial matches. On this week's show, we're joined by Guildford Flames Head Coach Paul Dixon to discuss The Challenge Cup and the Elite League. We also discuss the National Division, as we catch up with Steve Nell, General Manager at the Swindon Wildcats, as well as with Telford Tigers Head Coach Tom Watkins. In addition, we also talk the Women's game, as we're joined by Guildford Lightning Coaches Michael Krogh and Miloš Melicherík, as well as by Queen Bees Forward Rachel Cartwright. Music by Hard Luck Child www.unsigned.com/hardluckchild