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David Owens

26 Podcast Episodes

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Stories Jesus Told - Part 2 | David Owens

Preston Minster Podcast

As we continue our series looking at the parables of Jesus, David explores how the story of the Good Samaritan urges us to act and help those in need.

34mins

28 Jun 2022

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Attitude Adjustment: Humility Part 4 | David Owens

Preston Minster Podcast

This week, David digs into how pride can affect our lives, and how we can adjust our attitude to one of humility instead.

29mins

5 Apr 2022

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David Owens- Sunday Am

Pastor Luke Pogue

The Glory of God

1hr 6mins

27 Feb 2022

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David Owens- Saturday Pm

Pastor Luke Pogue

The Eternal Destruction of No

56mins

27 Feb 2022

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You're Invited | David Owens

Preston Minster Podcast

This week, David offers us an invitation, but also unpacks how we can become people of invitation.

28mins

1 Feb 2022

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Trauma that does not go away: the loss of a child and a brother featuring the David Owens family.

Frankly Speaking with Tyra G

Here in the United States, we began to see evidence of the unprecedented challenge to our health care systems and economy and wonder if our democracy would be strong enough to withstand the attacks on our constitution.Globally our world has been challenged in a way it had not been for over 100 years. An invisible enemy has invaded our privacy, routines, expectations, and hopes. Some of you, like me, have felt mental and emotional uncertainty and unrest. Everything that could be shaken is now shaking, where noise, angry noise, drowns laughter and love.And yet, a look behind this external emotionally challenging landscape, perhaps peeking through the changing of seasons, lives for some an internal emotional, steady effort to maintain and sustain their lives with a part of them missing. A child.The courageous conversation we are sharing today demands that you listen with your heart and spirit. It is not designed to entertain; however, it will hopefully educate, empower, and encourage you to know that your pain is the breaking of the shell that encloses your understanding.Be inspired by the authenticity of the David Owens family from Chatham, Massachusetts, as they share their story of loss, grief, and hope.

57mins

18 Jan 2022

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David Owens- Musician/Busker

Sunday Night Live with Louise Tighe

Musician & Busker David Owens joins Louise to talk about what it's been like for buskers during the pandemic and how he has been keeping himself busy. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

9mins

24 May 2021

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003: Shaken or Stirred ft. David Owens

Having Said That w/ Landry Griffith

Many years ago, on a bachelor party, David did something we still make fun of. This is an homage to that story. Listen, laugh and LEARN about a drink you may or may not love. PS make fun of Dave as we all do.

1hr 18mins

2 Feb 2021

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S2E7 (#15) ft. David Owens: #TeamMadison - The Fallout of Pediatric Cancer

Kenny for Your Thoughts

David Owens is the uncle and one of the loving survivors of his niece, Madison, who passed away in 2017 due to neuroblastoma that was detected pre-birth. She was 9 years, 9 months, and 9 days old. Madison became a precious beacon of sunshine during her hard-fought battle with cancer. Her unlimited positivity and hopeful outlook, despite her eventual prognosis, resulted in waves of media attention from numerous people and organizations, and it was my absolute honor and privilege to speak to a man who was there with her through it all. Now a husband and father himself, David reflects on both of their journeys, the lessons she taught him, and how she shaped the person he is today. Please consider a donation, a word of encouragement/support, or both, to The Dragonfly Foundation, and/or Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center in Madison's memory. #TeamMadison #GoneButLivingOn #999

1hr 30mins

2 Feb 2021

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Lights On, Puerto Rico! David Owens’ Career Capstone

Grid Talk

The second season of Grid Talk kicks off with a discussion about rebuilding and modernizing Puerto Rico's electric grids after devastating hurricanes. Host Marty Rosenberg talks with David Owens who is the Vice-Chair of the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority.  Mr. Owens talks about how his organization is working to use solar energy and microgrids to build a more resilient and reliable energy system. "A grid for renewable technologies is a grid very distinctly different in many respects from a grid that’s been built around central station facilities, which is traditionally how the Puerto Rican grid has evolved. So, you have to move from the kind of grid that we have today to one that has---that’s more digitized," said Owens.He also discusses why it's more than just building a new grid."This is really about the future of Puerto Rico. This is about bringing jobs back to Puerto Rico, enhancing economic development, re-establishing businesses in Puerto Rico, getting Puerto Ricans employed."  David K. Owens is an accomplished executive with extensive experience in public policies surrounding utility operations, strategic planning, technology development, rate making and regulation. He is recognized as one of the foremost authorities on electric utility issues, industry restructuring, and transformation. His experience in the electricity sector includes leading the Edison Electric Institute’s (EEI’s) efforts over a broad set of issues that affect the future structure of the electric industry and new rules in evolving competitive markets.He spearheaded efforts to enhance the public policy climate for investments in America’s electric infrastructure with emphasis on the role of new technologies to address climate change, and to enhance energy efficiency through smart buildings, smart appliances, smart meters, and smart electric grids.Mr. Owens is a graduate of Howard University with a Bachelor and Masters of Engineering degrees. He also has a Masters in Engineering Administration from George Washington University.

27mins

13 Nov 2020

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