Required Rest: Episode 353

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Required Rest: Episode 353

Nov 06, 2014
Guests: Kevin Carlson, Sarah Beth Gilson, Thomas Voss, Jacki Kintz and Karl Benzio, M.D.

[48:21] - 

The 21st-century Sabbath, plus HR executive Jacki Kintz on what employers look for in new hires, and a question about living near neighbors who use marijuana.

Featured musical artist: Lauren Daigle

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EPISODE SEGMENTS

Remember the Sabbath

Spiritual Growth|Roundtable
Guests: Kevin Carlson, Sarah Beth Gilson and Thomas Voss

[19:30] - 

The Bible tells us to “remember the Sabbath and keep it holy.” But practically, what does that mean? How do over-busy, overcommitted Christians really slow down enough to benefit from a day of rest? Are there hard and fast rules, or just principles to live by? Our panel weighs in.

Inside a Recruiter's Head

Career|Culture
Guests: Jacki Kintz

[20:15] - 

Whether you’re trying to find the perfect career or just find a job that pays the bills, navigating the world of human resources departments and hiring managers can be daunting. Enter Jacki Kintz, a recruitment executive who works with prospective employees every day. In this interview, she shares practical tips for maximizing your job hunting experience and having the best chance at success.

A Pot-Friendly Neighborhood

Community|Inbox
Guests: Karl Benzio, M.D.

[5:49] - 

Our listener is looking for a place to live, and was surprised to at one point be asked if she’s “420-friendly.” What? Are they really asking her to share her views on smoking pot, or at least turn a blind eye to those who are OK with it? Psychiatrist Karl Benzio gives advice for navigating the tricky world of tolerance and conviction on an issue that’s becoming increasingly gray.