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Welcome to the SC&H Group podcast series. SC&H Group recently received top honors from two national accounting trade magazines – reinforcing the value of the firm’s continual commitment to delivering powerful minds, passionate teams, and proven results.
The firm was named one of the “2014 Best Places to Work For” by Accounting Today. In addition, INSIDE Public Accounting (IPA) ranked the firm as one of “2014 Best of the Best.”
Today, we have the honor of speaking with Ron Causey, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of SC&H Group about these awards.
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In her heart wrenching recounting of the day that forever changed her life, Arielle Gooden shares with us her story of strength, love and determination. No one can recall it better than her, Arielle writes...
On October 4, 2012, I was hit by a train. I don’t remember that day at all, but according to the police officer who spoke with my Mom, I was drug 129 feet (by the train), then my vehicle went airborne for 10 feet - began spewing gas, caught on fire, and dropped in a pool of gas. I was STILL IN MY VEHICLE! I was cut out of my RAV4 by the jaws of life and airlifted to LSU Medical Center in Shreveport, where I had brain surgery (I had a deep head laceration and my brain was bleeding and wouldn’t stop). My spine was cracked, liver lacerated, tail bone and clavicle broken, and my pelvis was fractured...
This is her story.
Rev H Beecher Hicks mesage The Burning in My Bones. The Reverend Dr. H. Beecher Hicks, Jr., is the senior servant of the 3,500 -member historic Metropolitan Baptist Church in Washington, D.C. Since his election in June 1977, Dr. Hicks has served as the fifth senior minister in the congregation’s 143-year history. During his 30-year pastorate, Metropolitan has developed into one of the world’s foremost Christian congregations, distinguished by its fervent worship and dynamic preaching.
UPDATE: Our co-hosts were unable to join us Tuesday so Jeff did the show solo.
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Author Hurley "H. M." Trey chats with Conversations LIVE host Cyrus Webb about what led him to write his book WINDOW TO THE SOUL OF A MAN.
Join Brett & Jon Rappaport on The Final Say every day, Monday through Friday from 3 to 4 PM EST, as we discuss and analyze current news, politics, policy, issues, and world events.
Jeffrey H. Anderson, Executive Director of 2017 Project and Contributor to Weekly Standard, joins the show to discuss his article "CBO Projections Indicate Obamacare Will Raise Deficits by $131 Billion"
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Author H. Alan Day joins me on the Indie Books Show this week to talk about The Horse Lover: A Cowboy's Quest to Save the Wild Mustangs. We may even get a chance to hear a bit about the book he co-authored with his sister Sandra Day O'connor back in 2002. That book was Lazy B: Growing Up On a Cattle Ranch in the American Southwest
The Horse Lover is Alan's personal history of starting the first government-sponsored wild horse sanctuary, which was located on 35,000 acres in the Sand Hills of South Dakota. After successfully lobbying Congress to approve the idea, Alan received 1500 wild horses in 1989 from the Bureau of Land Management. His deep connection with the animals in his care is clear from the outset, as is his maverick philosophy of horse-whispering, which he used to train the entire herd. The memoir reveals the Heculean task of balancing the requirements of the government with the needs of the wild horses. He story also weaves in cowboying adventures that Alan had on some of his best horses and the lessons of perseverance, steadfastness, and hope he learned from these four-legged friends. Booklist is calling the memoir “an instant classic.” The story also is relevant to today’s wild horse issues that are costing the BLM $70 million per year. Washington is home to government-owned wild mustangs.
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This week we'll be looking at sustainability with H. Joseph Menton. Joseph grew up on a farm in the Midwest and has been working in diverse arenas of health, as well as coaching organic business innovators in one of the "seats of organic culture" in the Western US. He is an expert in this field and a management consultant. Sustainability is an area of lifelong interest, research and passion for Joseph. He is also a long term student of The Urantia Book.
Today, the term “sustainability” is an oft-used buzzword across a wide spectrum of human industry and endeavor as both a measuring stick of current practices as well as a motivating influence in both design and engineering.
It has been said that healthy ecosystems and environments are necessary to the survival of humans and other organisms. In ecology, sustainability refers to how biological systems remain diverse and productive. In more general terms, sustainability is the endurance of systems and processes.
80 years ago The Urantia Book stated this: And now is industry supplementing agriculture, with consequently increased urbanization and multiplication of nonagricultural groups of citizenship classes. But an industrial era cannot hope to survive if its leaders fail to recognize that even the highest social developments must ever rest upon a sound agricultural basis. (68:5.13)
Please join us as we examine the definitions of sustainability and see how a purported revelation of truth, like the Urantia Book, may comment, cross-reference or enhance those definitions, perhaps providing valuable insight into discovering novel directions of inquiry.
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