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17 of The Best Podcast Episodes for John Cotton. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about John Cotton, often where they are interviewed.

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17 of The Best Podcast Episodes for John Cotton. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about John Cotton, often where they are interviewed.

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John Cotton Richmond - Dreaming for Justice

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John Cotton Richmond serves as the United States Ambassador-at-Large to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons and leads the Department's Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons. In October 2018, the Senate unanimously confirmed him and President Trump appointed him to lead the United States' global engagement to combat human trafficking and support the coordination of anti-trafficking efforts across the U.S. government.

Ambassador Richmond comes to the highest position in the federal government dedicated to combating human trafficking, after a distinguished career in the global battle for freedom. He co-founded the Human Trafficking Institute that exists to decimate modern slavery at its source by empowering police and prosecutors to use victim-centered and trauma-informed methods to hold traffickers accountable and ensure survivors are treated with respect and care.

Prior to the Institute, Ambassador Richmond served, for more than ten years, as a federal prosecutor in the U.S. Department of Justice's Human Trafficking Prosecution Unit where he was named one of the "Federal Prosecutors of the Year" by the Federal Law Enforcement Foundation. He investigated and prosecuted numerous victim-centered labor and sex trafficking cases throughout the United States. He also prosecuted cross burnings, police misconduct, and neo-Nazi hate crimes cases. Ambassador Richmond regularly served as an expert to the United Nations Working Group on Trafficking in Persons. He also lived in India for three years pioneering International Justice Mission's anti-slavery work.

Ambassador Richmond's work to combat human trafficking has earned numerous honors, including: receiving the David Allred Award for Exceptional Contributions to Civil Rights, twice earning the Department of Homeland Security's Outstanding Investigative Accomplishments in a Human Trafficking Award, as well as twice receiving the Department of Justice's Special Commendation Award.

Ambassador Richmond has trained judges, prosecutors, federal agents, law enforcement officers, and non-governmental organizations on effective, proactive human trafficking investigative and prosecutorial strategies. He also taught Human Trafficking Law, Policy, and Litigation at Pepperdine School of Law and Vanderbilt Law School. In 2018, while at the Human Trafficking Institute, he co-authored the first Federal Human Trafficking Report that collected and analyzed all the active federal human trafficking cases in the United States.

Ambassador Richmond earned his Bachelor's degree from the University of Mary Washington and his Juris Doctor from Wake Forest University School of Law.

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Apr 22 2020 · 35mins
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Fathers of the Faith for Covenant Kids: John Cotton's Alphabet - A

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Fathers of the Faith for Covenant Kids is a podcast teaching reformed theology and church history that is meant for the entire family!

The Van Brimmer Family take 15 minutes weekly to teach through a quick kids lesson with you and your family, focusing on historical confessions, heroes of the faith and those men and women we have to thank for their faithfulness.

This week the family launches into a new series going through the New England Primer of John Cotton. As they go through the primeralphabet letter by letter, there's so much rich theology to glean from it!
Feb 24 2020 · 8mins

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John Cotton and the Lawes of New England

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John Cotton and the Lawes of New England by Museum of the Bible
Jan 01 2020 · 1min
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Local Food: Why We Need Small Farms | John Cotton Dean, Allison Guidroz, plus Eggplant Parm Burgers

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S2E5 “Local food” is a term we hear more and more. It feels good to say, it seems to capture the spirit of an ideal we would like to uphold. Looking a bit closer, the issue of local food gains some depth and complexity. On this episode of Smidgen, host Anne Milneck starts off her local food journey by speaking with John Cotton Dean, Director of the Rural Prosperity Initiative for the Central Louisiana Economic Development Alliance (CLEDA.) John breaks down food deserts, identifies who are the stakeholders in local food production, and explains how each of us can have a major impact on local food in our own communities (hint: only $5 per week!) Anne is currently working to be a Louisiana Food Fellow through CLEDA.

Next, we talk to a real-life urban farmer—Allison Guidroz of Fullness Farm. Allison and her husband farm in Baton Rouge, growing fresh produce for local restaurants, farmers markets, and for their CSA subscription program. Allison shares the reality of local food and some of the joy involved in working with the seasons, producing fresh veggies year-round. We are confident you will come away from these interviews informed, but also inspired about what is being produced in your own communities (and maybe even your own garden!)

Cooking Segment: Taking a tip from Allison, we head to the Red Stick Spice Test Kitchen to make Eggplant Parm Burgers. Wowza! If you are going meatless or want a dish that uses a bumper crop of eggplant, this dish is sure to please (it even converts cooking assistant Cameron into an eggplant eater!) Made with our savory Farmstand Veggie Blend, these burgers are quick to prepare and delicious to eat. (We also have a version of the recipe to make meatless eggplant meatballs.)

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- RECIPE: Lemme at ‘em! Eggplant Parm Burgers are sure to become a go-to dish for you. Cameron whipped up Slow Roasted Cherry Tomatoes to serve as a condiment for the burgers (also a perfect solution to the moment when your home garden produces more cherry tomatoes than you know what to do with.)

- John referred us to The Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future to learn more about sustainable food systems and the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition to understand food policy as laypeople

- Allison and her husband were inspired by Eliot Coleman and his farm in Maine

- Join us for a Red Stick Spice Company Farm, Food, & Cooking Tour! A day-long tour filled with farming and food, and ends with a fabulous cooking session. One of the many stops is a fun and informative tour of Fullness Farm. Connect with local food in a real way on this tour.

- Our Farmstand Veggie Blend is great on the eggplant, but it also can perk up veggie dishes that have become a bit same ol’ same ol’

- Use our Premium 18 Year Aged Balsamic Vinegar to make the Slow Roasted Cherry Tomatoes

- We offer an array of beautiful Avocado Oils that are perfect for roasting a variety of vegetable dishes

- Use discount code SMIDGEN15 to save 15% your entire order at Red Stick Spice Co.

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Dec 12 2019 · 1hr

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John Cotton: The Father of New England

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On Today in Church His-Story (Episode 35) we learn some important lessons from the life and ministry of John Cotton who was born on this day, December 4, 1584. Considered to be the patriarch of New England, Cotton was one of the most influential Puritans to migrate to America.

Dec 04 2019 ·
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2: John Cotton

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John Cotton joins Lee Butler in the hot seat to chat about his early DJ nights, Liverpool’s club scene, kopping off, slowies, spins some of his most special tunes and the reason he retired then instantly regretted it!

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Nov 29 2019 · 1hr 14mins
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John Cotton: Patriarch of New England // Nate Pickowicz // book of the week

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John Cotton influenced the churches of New England, and pioneered what would come to be known as “The Congregational Way,” which would later be adopted by other Puritan ministers such as Thomas Goodwin and John Owen. Beyond his ecclesiological influence, Cotton was a formidable scholar, competent catechist, and dynamic expository preacher. In a day when many towns were struggling to sustain themselves spiritually, the Boston church was experiencing intense revival as hundreds of residents were coming to faith in Jesus Christ through Cotton’s labors.

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Sep 16 2019 · 27mins
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#166: Ambassador John Cotton Richmond—How to Frame a Mission to Get Maximum Buy-In

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How do you frame a mission, get buy-in for it, and then make it work? That’s what we’re discussing in this episode with U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for Trafficking in Persons John Cotton Richmond. When we need to make sure wrong things are being made right, it takes maximum engagement around a clear mission. Ambassador Richmond shares brilliant insight on how to build a team around a mission and help people understand their role – and that the mission is doable. Whether you’re saving lives or improving them, this approach can generate more passion and engagement and make a huge difference.

Sep 16 2019 · 41mins
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Midland Mencap Podcast - Councillor John Cotton

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On this month's Podcast Tom Kirby Interviews Councillor John Cotton Cabinet Member for Social Inclusion, Community Safety and Equalities at Birmingham City Council. They talk through topics such as social inclusion, transport, disability hate crime, Brexit and much more!


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Mar 18 2019 · 42mins
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"John Cotton on God's Design in the Believer's Suffering" - Dr Nathan Tarr (Knoxville Theology Symposium 2018)

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Knoxville Theology Symposium 2018 presented by Christ Church Knoxville - Dr Nathan Tarr presenting his paper on a historical perspective of sanctification in believers' lives. Dr Tarr is the senior pastor of Christ Church Knoxville.

The Second Annual Knoxville Theology Symposium was hosted on April 28th 2018, featuring papers and reviews regarding the topic of "sanctification".
Apr 28 2018 · 44mins
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