Melissa Moore, New York State Director of the Drug Policy Alliance, recently joined the podcast to chat about legalized cannabis in New York State. We discuss how New York is not the first state but perhaps the "most ambitious" state with marijuana policies. We also examine realistic expectations for state projected revenues, employer protections, and how the federal government may use New York's law as a possible future national standard.
Beth and Melissa Moore—Studying Galatians Amid Current Evangelical Challenges, Ep72
Bible study authors Beth and Melissa Moore join host Marty Duren in a conversation about their recent study on Galatians, and current evangelical challenges. Beth Moore has been teaching women the Bible for more than 25 years. She’s the author of multiple books and Bible studies. She self-published her first book, Things Pondered, in 1993, and published her first Bible Study, A Woman’s Heart: God’s Dwelling Place in 1995. Since then, the studies have been translated into over 20 languages and have reached women in countries all across the globe. In addition to her writing, Beth enjoys ministering to women at live events. Beth recently celebrated over 20 years of Living Proof Live conferences. Melissa Moore is co-author of Now That Faith Has Come: A study of Galatians. She hold an MA in Biblical Exegesis (2007, Wheaton College Graduate College), a Th.M. in Biblical Studies (2010, Columbia Theological Seminary), and an MA in Biblical Languages (2016, Houston Baptist University). Don’t forget to order books through our sponsor, Hearts and Minds Books. You can also become an Uncommontary patron at Patreon for as little as $2 a month or make a single support contribution through PayPal. Subscribe via Apple Podcasts • Subscribe via Spotify • Subscribe via Google Play Music • Subscribe via RSS • Subscribe via Stitcher • Subscribe via Overcast • Subscribe in Castbox • Subscribe via Android • Subscribe via PodBean • Subscribe via iHeartRadio • Subscribe via Player FM
S.2 Ep.33 From tragedy to new life: Melissa Moore tells how she grew through grief
Podcaster and community-builder Melissa Moore lost her mother to suicide, had three miscarriages before safely delivering her "miracle boys," and works to maximize her own mental health. Through it all, she is God's servant and a cheerleader for women suffering through grief. Her podcast and Facebook community group Faith Hope Love brings together women to worship and share testimonies. Melissa and I also share an episode of grief, and I hope you will learn from her strength, as I did.
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S2 Ep. 20 INTERVIEW WITH MELISSA MOORE || Season 2 Finale || Part 2
The Killer Tea
On this very special season 2 finale episode of the Killer Tea, we are honored to be speaking with Melissa Moore! Melissa is an Emmy-nominated crime correspondent and investigative journalist for Crime Watch Daily, host and executive producer of Monster In My Family, the Host and executive producer of the incredible podcast, Happy Face and Happy Face Presents: Two Face, a national bestselling author of two books: Shattered Silence: The Untold Story of a Serial Killer's Daughter and Whole. She is also a public speaker for APB and an advocate for domestic violence survivors, at-risk women and trauma victims.Melissa has been featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Dr. Oz, Dr. Phil, Good Morning America, America's Most Wanted, several national news stations and even as an interviewer for Netflix -just to name a few. If you aren’t familiar with Melissa’s work, stop what you’re doing right now and listen to The Happy Face Podcast.Needless to say, we are humbled and grateful to share this space with Melissa and welcome her to the show!
It’s been 100 years since the 19th Amendment was ratified, giving women of the United States the right to vote.In celebration, The Post and Courier reporters interviewed South Carolina women about the ways they’ve used their lives and their voices and their right to vote. This series, called “We the Women,” will roll out the first weeks of August, culminating on the anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which became part of the Constitution of the United States on Aug. 18, 1920.Today, We the Women continues, featuring a conversation between Post and Courier reporter Jenna Schiferl and Melissa Moore, Lowcountry Manager of Women’s Rights and Empowerment Network.
Join us for a virtual visit to Sunrise Stables to talk with Melissa Moore! From fashion school to finding her passion for raising champions for every division to find out more about this one woman balancing act who brings foals, opportunity, and inspiration into the Saddlebred community!
Welcome to our first True Crime Episode that shares the strength it takes for someone that lived through this type of horrific event to grow and overcome it! Our guest today is Melissa Moore, her personal story is that her father is a convicted serial killer Known as(The Happy Face Killer)so you can imagine the impact this had on her life! Melissa has become a voice for true crime survivors by sharing her story and helping others write their biographic non-fiction stories. Melissa is also an author of two books, host of the HappyFacePod and a True Crime Correspondent for The Dr. OZ Show. Tune into our episode with Melissa to hear about her journey. She also shares the warning signs and the characters of these perpetrators that she’s learned through working as a crime correspondent. Follow Melissa at: https://www.facebook.com/MelissaGraceMoore https://www.instagram.com/happyfacepod/Melissa's Books: Shattered Silence: The Story of a Serial Killer Daughter WHOLE: How I learned to Fill the Fragments of My Life with Forgiveness, Hope, Strength and Creativity.Follow Girl Talk y Mas:https://www.facebook.com/GirlTalkyMasPodcast/ https://www.instagram.com/girltalkymas/ https://twitter.com/GirlTalkyMas
Melissa Moore: Creating an integrated learning framework
The Educhange Podcast
Melissa Moore is Deputy Principal at Rototuna Junior High School in Waikato, New Zealand, a state school that is pushing boundaries with integrated learning design. In this episode we explore the development of their integrated learning framework, the importance of Maori culture in informing the design and Rototuna Junior High School's commitment to measuring the learning they value.
Melissa Moore: God is still good, even if you don't have answers.
In our last episode, I introduced you to Melissa Moore. We talked about marriage and relationships and if you missed listening to it, make sure you go back through our feed and listen to it! In this episode, I finish my conversation with Melissa. Her life so far has really been quite incredible so you’re going to hear her talking about career choices, serving in church, being diagnosed with thyroid cancer and walking through a recent season of grief. Enjoy!More information about us and iSEE CHURCH: https://www.iseechurch.com/Come say hi on instagram! https://www.instagram.com/favour.women/