This week, join Jeff and his special guest, Paul Abernathy, as Paul presents 3 major changes to the 2020 National Electrical Code that have financial impact on the residential electrical market and 3 changes that affect our commercial electrical installations.Watch the video here!Connect with Paul Abernathy at the links below or on All the social outlets.www.ElectricalCodeAcademy.com www.MasterTheNEC.comwww.MyCEUDepot.comwww.CertifiedMasterElectricalCodeProfessional.comwww.ElectricianLIVE.comTwitter- @MasterTheNECFacebook - @MasterTheNEC Listen in now!Check out FieldPulse, our show sponsor. The all-in-one small business management software to help Electrical Contractors succeed and give their customers the ultimate experience.Use coupon code 3Phase20Annual for 20% off!Support the show (https://patreon.com/3phaseradio)
Trauma-Informed Community Building During the COVID-19 Pandemic with Rev. Paul Abernathy
Beatrice Institute Podcast
Rev. Paul Abernathy is an Orthodox priest who works with trauma-affected communities in Pittsburgh, PA. Right now, Rev. Abernathy is mitigating the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on his community by organizing “community health deputies,” battling food insecurity, and making medical care available to people in isolation through telemedicine. Rev. Abernathy serves as chief executive of Neighborhood Resilience Project, an organization that focuses on trauma-informed community building. We cover what inspired the founding of his organization, how trauma affects neighborhoods, and how his faith impacts the way he sees his work and community. Community trauma: trauma becomes foundational for a neighborhood’s worldview Trauma-informed community development Telemedicine and caring for people in isolation Community health deputies: building resilience among community members Battling food insecurity An epidemiological approach to gun violence Trauma-affected communities and overwhelmed institutions Physical isolation vs. social isolation Micro-communities Good neighbor fund: communities addressing tragedy together Community as a reflection of the Gospel: be one as Christ and the Father are one Letting the good news inform your work Supporting Neighborhood Resilience Project Links: Neighborhood Resilience Project Website Neighborhood Resilience Project volunteer application Neighborhood Resilience Project Facebook The Way of a Pilgrim book
Moving Through Trauma with Love: Rev. Paul Abernathy
Products of Pittsburgh
Reverend Paul Abernathy has learned that when serving others, love and opportunity are quite the weapons for positive and impactful changes. In and around Pittsburgh’s Hill District, Father Paul works to break down silos that perpetuate trauma and pain – connecting neighbors and creating a community of love and a culture of good health.
Longest War Podcast (Ep42) – Paul Abernathy - Longest War: The Post-9/11 Veterans Podcast
Longest War: The Post-9/11 Veterans Podcast
Paul Abernathy | Five Good Days On episode 42 of Longest War: The Post-9/11 Veterans Podcast, we talk with US Army combat veteran Rev. Paul Abernathy about invading Iraq, military hubris, veterans against the war, the priesthood, taking a knee, forgiving our trespasses, and treating community trauma. (This episode does not contain explicit language or […]
Fr. Paul Abernathy of FOCUS speaks at OCF's College Conference East about what it actually means to lead a sacramental life. He asks what the word "sacrament" even means and shares personal stories from his ministry at FOCUS about the love and mercy of God.
Joyce welcomes Paul Abernathy, director of FOCUS Pittsburgh. This is the local office of FOCUS North America, located in Kansas City, MO. As an expression of Christ's love, the organization exists to serve the hungry, thirsty, stranger, sick and imprisoned by providing Food, Occupation, Clothing, Understanding and Shelter. FOCUS Pittsburgh seeks to lift up those in poverty through holistic wrap-around programs, choosing to walk hand-in-hand with a single person over many miles of life recovery, rather than walking with a large crowd a short distance to the next stepping stone. Mr. Abernathy will discuss the organization’s mission and values in depth.