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Get to know Des Moines, its people, and what's going on around the city. Rob Newton plans to keep the community informed by highlighting news, various events, and changes within the DSM Metro. Get ready for interviews, stories, and entertainment! Episodes drop Monday, Wednesday, Friday mornings.
 
Des Moines and Dragons is a monthly podcast that features the city of Des Moines best and newest artists playing a variety of Tabletop Roleplaying Games. Each show's episode will be a continuation on the episode before until each game comes to a natural conclusion. We’ll do our best to stick to the rules as written, but occasionally our Game Master will adjust things as the scene requires.
 
Learn all about investing in real estate in Des Moines, Iowa with a combination of real estate financial planning and modeling with numbers specific to Des Moines plus syndicated, more generalized recordings of live and pre-recorded real estate investing classes (not all specific to Des Moines).
 
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REVIVE - Hope West Des Moines

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REVIVE - Hope West Des Moines

Lutheran Church of Hope - West Des Moines

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Hope’s Young Adult Ministry, REVIVE, serves the young adult population of the Des Moines area. REVIVE is so much more than a weekly worship gathering. At REVIVE we connect with people through music, God's Word, community and serving others together. We are a welcoming, relevant, passionate, and Spirit-led community, focused on developing followers of Jesus. All young adults in their 20 & 30s are welcome!
 
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Interview with Homegrown Des Moines General manager and Market Leader Dave Ryburn. The biscuits and gravy is cakey with a hint of spice. The Iron Man Omelet has everything a growing athlete needs. Also, you must try the Blueberry Poptart. The great part, everything you eat, drink, and see in this restaurant is locally sourced. Local vendors can rea…
 
How can Christians preach a message of unity and reconciliation when the church is so divided? Pastor Brent explores the difference between unity and uniformity in the context of the gospel. Working towards unity in the church context is not easy, but it allows communities to see the image of God in others in greater ways. The post Uniformity or Un…
 
What does financially independent mean? Find out in this special, deep-dive podcast episode. James defines financially independent: Passive Income from things like social security, pensions and annuities Net positive cash flow from rental properties Safe withdrawal rate times other invested assets like stocks and bonds James discusses how you need …
 
After one of the Recluse goes missing Abner and Lox look for a way to find them by seeking out the mysterious Nyte Market with the help of a special friend. Special guest star Petty TreasonSpecial thanks for the music in this show:The main theme: Christian BoribunTransition Music: Anton Vlasov at Pixabay.com…
 
Local News: A Warmer week in the Des Moines area with temps mostly in the 40’s during the day. But the National Weather Service reports the possibility of snow Wednesday night and Thursday. Coming soon: Chain & Spoke is tentatively scheduled to open in March at 515 28th St. Read More. The DSM downtown Farmers Market is doing the Incubator program f…
 
Local News: A woman in Urbandale was declared dead and sent to a funeral home. Then she 'gasped for air… Read the USA Today report. Iowa's new mobile ID is being delayed to make the app safer. It's been a few years since the Iowa Department of Transportation announced a new plan to let Iowans put their driver’s licenses on their phones. Read KCCI N…
 
First Fleet Concerts’ Parker Reed joins Rob Newton to talk about the top five concerts to see at Wooly’s in February. By the way, check out Parker’s podcast, Pretty Fort. Local News The green flag is up at Greenwood Park in Des Moines. That means it’s safe enough to ice skate on the pond. You can now order free tiny trees for your house. Ready for …
 
Local News: Vote for your favorite restaurant in Des Moines. New restaurant HomeGrown Eatery on 555 17th Street in Des Moines. Congratulations Ankeny Fire Department Deputy Chief Frank Prowant on your recent retirement. Neal Smith Refuge Bison. 2023 RAGBRAI Route has been released and this year riders come through Des Moines. Art Terrarium Moves to…
 
Unspeakable conflicts, wars, and violence have occurred in the name of Christianity. As a church, how should we respond to such violence? Jesus called us to take up a cross and subversively surrender, not take up arms and take over. The post Violence in Religion appeared first on Ashworth Church - West Des Moines.…
 
Interview with Mayalu Coffee owner Deep Paudel and Director of Operations Kelly Giboo... “Mayalu Coffee is a bridge between two cultures”. It serves delicious coffee from a Iowa roaster in Ames. Also delicious beans and tea from owner Deep Paudel’s home country of Nepal. This little coffee shop aspires to be a wonderful resting ground for Des Moine…
 
Listen to Rob Newton's conversation with Reading in Public Bookstore & Cafe owner Linzi Murray. Learn about Linzi's love for books and her journey to contribute to the ever growing reading community in Des Moines. Hear how books helped her journey of self discovery and where she came from. Also, how she hopes her bookstore will help people from all…
 
How do we reconcile the character Jesus embodied with the broken church we see today? Pastor Amy and Pastor Brent guide a discussion regarding abuse in the church, specifically spiritual abuse, sexual abuse, and abuses of authority. Hope and healing is possible, but it starts with recognizing and owning the flaws embedded in our churches’ cultures …
 
Learn how to calculate Cash on Cash Return on Investment for rental properties in Des Moines. James walks you through, step-by-step, how to calculate Cash on Cash Return on Investment for rental properties in Des Moines including all the sub-calculations including Gross Potential Income (GPI), Gross Operating Income (GOI), Operating Expenses (OpEx)…
 
Some Local News: Checkout Mayalou Coffee! A new Coffee Shop is on the Southside on Fluer A Winter weather advisory is in effect from noon today through 9:00 AM Thursday morning. The National Weather Service reports some rain will spread northward across much of southern and central Iowa by this afternoon, becoming all snow across northern Iowa. NWS…
 
In the midst of difficult conversations about life and faith, where do we find our basis for truth? Pastor Brent continues our new series by exploring the concept of heresy and its impact on spiritual communities, offering practical insight to discern what is essential and what is not. The post Heresy & Truth appeared first on Ashworth Church - Wes…
 
Some Local News: DSM Schools’ network is still down due to hacking. Blank Park Zoo wants your old Cell Phones, tablets, cameras, and other digital devices. It is the Des Moines Art Center's 75th anniversary this year. To celebrate that, the center has programming like screenings of Oscar Shorts, Entirely Kids Day, exhibition Gallery Talks, Day of t…
 
Some Local News DSM Schools’ network is still down due to hacking. Aubrey had to bring her printer and DVD player. A New book store is in Valley Junction in West Des Moines. Reading in Public is having its grand opening this Saturday! Coming Up this weekend! Cinch World's Toughest Rodeo is tonight and Saturday night at Wells Fargo Arena. Go, Do Go!…
 
Learn how to calculate cap rate on rental properties in Des Moines. James walks you through, step-by-step, how to calculate capitalization rate (cap rate) on rental properties in Des Moines including all the sub-calculations including Gross Potential Income (GPI), Gross Operating Income (GOI), Operating Expenses (OpEx), and Net Operating Income (NO…
 
Some Local News Des Moines Public Schools are still offline. They could use line paper Public Libraries lend more than books. Checkout this article from Iowa Public Radio. The Waukee Police department is providing individuals with information regarding Mental Health. Registration is now open for Spring and Summer Safari Camps at Blank Park Zoo. Jan…
 
How should we prepare to have tough conversations about faith? Are we even answering the questions the people around us are asking? Pastor Brent begins our new series about how to share the message of Jesus in an ever-changing world. The post How to Answer appeared first on Ashworth Church - West Des Moines.…
 
Some Local News: Blank Park Zoo is having a teacher workshop. Governor Kim Reynolds gives her Condition of the State Address Tuesday at 6PM on Iowa PBS. DM Public Schools has taken the school district’s internet and network services offline this morning in response to unusual activity on the network. There has been a 15-car pile up in Iowa City. Th…
 
Some Local News: It’s time to update your dog’s license with the city. Another Park in Des Moines may get a makeover. Check out this hand drawing of a new sprayground concept for Burke Park off University near the Botanical Garden. Learn more about the plans to improve Burke Park by attending a public meeting on January 12 at 6 p.m. at Carver Commu…
 
Real estate prices in Des Moines are high. Mortgage interest rates are high. Rents are lagging in Des Moines. Is real estate a good investment in Des Moines right now? In this special webinar James discusses why you might still want to invest in real estate in Des Moines despite high prices, high interest rates, and lagging rents. James will discus…
 
Some Local News It’ll be cold in the mid 30s the rest of the week because well, winter. The National Weather Service says we might get some more snow in the Des Moines area Friday night and Saturday. Brenton Outdoor Ice Skating Rink time changes Monday & Tuesday 5 – 9 p.m. Wednesday 2 – 3:45 p.m. Senior Skate (walk-up registration only); No Evening…
 
As we celebrate a new year, we take a moment to reflect upon all God has done in our lives personally and communally in 2022. Reflect and look ahead with us through worship and a reflective spiritual formation practice. The post Soul Check Sunday appeared first on Ashworth Church - West Des Moines.Από τον Brent Clark, Amy Becker
 
After breaking a few folks out of prison the Recluse look for a way to upgrade their arsenal.Special thanks for the music in this show:The main theme: Christian BoribunTransition Music: Anton Vlasov at Pixabay.comΑπό τον Paul Privitera
 
Guillermo Romano Ibarra's friend, Justin, was there for him in ways he couldn't anticipate when he was seriously injured in a crash. Guillermo told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's “Generosity” on Dec. 13, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and everyone can tell it. D…
 
Yenny Soley felt alone coming to the U.S. from Venezuela. The kindness of two strangers that would become like family helped turn her life around. Yenny told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's “Generosity” on Dec. 13, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and everyone can …
 
Rusty Johnson couldn't have survived without the help of his many foster parents, teachers, neighbors and others who supported him along the way. Rusty told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's “Generosity” on Dec. 13, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and everyone can t…
 
A friend helped pay for Stevie Lang's therapy, which put her on a new path in life. Stevie told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's “Generosity” on Dec. 13, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and everyone can tell it. Des Moines Storytellers Project events are filled wit…
 
Patsy Shors was out on her brother's paper route when a stranger offered them a ride. The mysterious woman ended up giving them hundreds of dollars in cash. Patsy told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's “Generosity” on Dec. 13, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and eve…
 
We conclude our Crowned series with the King of Kings and Lord of Lords, Jesus. Jesus’ reign does not look like those of the kings and queens we’ve studied thus far. He is powerful yet meek, authoritative yet compassionate, and righteous yet grace-filled. What would it look like if you crowned Jesus in your life today? The post King Jesus appeared …
 
I’m taking two weeks off to spend Christmas and New Years with my family. I’ll be back January 2nd to kick off 2023 in Des Moines! Two events I’d like you to know about before I go are Mannheim SteamRoller persons at Civic Center downtown this week, A Charlie Brown Christmas with The Peter Roberts Band at Noce, and lastly BLACK LIGHT New Year's Eve…
 
Rob Newton recently visited the Hall of Laureates and spoke with Archivists Kate Lavasser. The hall is having an open house on December 17th. As Des Moines’ original public Library, the building is rich in history and beauty. Not to mention its transformation since becoming the hub for the World Food Prize. Click here to listen to Rob Newton’s enti…
 
Some Local News: Grant Park Ice rink in Waukee is hoping to open soon. The city is warning people to stay off the ice until it actually becomes ice. The city will let you know on its website or Facebook page. There are over 10 ice skating rinks. Des Moines Parent has the list. Hiatt Middle School counselor Nancy Fregoso earns University of South Da…
 
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