Elevated Orthodoxy: St. George Weekly Sermons
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SERIES: In the BeginningSCRIPTURE: Genesis 1:26-31SERMON: Bearing God's Image
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As we begin the month of May, Mental Health Awareness month, and in an effort to have a better understanding of the bereavement process, we speak with Gwen Mysiak, Executive Director at P.U.N.T. Pediatric Cancer Collaborative. She's joined by WBFO's Mark Wozniak, who has been involved with P.U.N.T. after having experienced his own personal loss, to highlight the important, compassionate work that the organization is doing for some of the most emotionally hurt members of our community.
The Times of Israel Daily Briefing
Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday. Health reporter Renee Ghert-Zand and religion reporter Canaan Lidor join host Jessica Steinberg for today's podcast. Ghert-Zand discusses new research regarding Israel's growing opiod problem, which reached these shores later than in the US and other countries and is now being grappled with by doctors, HMOs and the health ministry. Lidor speaks about his interview with Jewish Federation chairperson Julie Platt following last week's General Assembly in Israel, with interruptions and cancelations caused by the ongoing protests against the government's planned judicial reform. Ghert-Zand talks about Sheba Hospital and its collaborative efforts with Dr. Anthony Fauci, in his soon-to-be former role as director of US infectious diseases institute. Lidor looks at an unexpected glimpse of interfaith communal efforts in Haifa, where a Catholic march celebrating the Virgin Mary brought together Catholics and Moslems and Israeli and Palestinian flags. Discussed articles include: Now world's no. 1 opioid consumer per capita, Israel faces addiction epidemic JFNA Chairwoman Julie Platt ‘inspired' by protesters despite Israel confab disruption Sheba Medical Center presents Dr. Anthony Fauci with award for COVID cooperation In Haifa, Catholics fly Israeli flags at mass march celebrating Virgin Mary IMAGE: A teacher leads his students at the Virgin Mary Procession in Haifa, Israel on April 30, 2023. (Canaan Lidor/Times of Israel)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Fr. John Whiteford reflects on the great love and faith the Myrrh-Bearing Women had for their Lord.
St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Christian Church Lexington, Ma Podcast
On the third Sunday of Pascha we celebrate and remember the Myrrh-bearing Women, Joseph of Arimathea and Nicodemos. What can we especially learn from these women who went to the tomb very early on that Sunday morning?What can we do to be more like them in our daily lives?Listen...
Well, hey there and hello to you today. I hope that the month of May is already a month of blessings, a time when you experience the goodness of the Lord in a whole mess of ways, and that you are able to lean in and draw near to Him each day of this entire month right here at the start of the summer season. And I also hope this podcast, specifically this series on Hot Topics, can be part of your daily walk with the Lord. I'm so thankful you're listening to the show today as we discuss the second topic in this series…the power of forgiveness. Let's jump right in. Jan's books on Amazon You're listening to The Burt (Not Ernie) Show Podcast, part of the Spark Network, now playing in the Edifi app. This is episode number 145. Connect with Jan here: Instagram @JanLBurt TikTok @JanLBurt Facebook Jan L. Burt Author & Podcaster Page Well, here we are again taking a hard look at the hard parts of life in this world, but doing so through the lens of God's Word. His promises, they are for us and they for our good and they for His glory. Let's treat them like we believe that. And handle them with care, if you will. Believing they are true, expecting results based on what God has stated in the Bible, and seeking His glory and honor, not our own. The servant is not greater than the Master, those are the words of Jesus, and they are words that help us when we struggle with forgiveness. I'm not talking about surface level forgiveness, where you paint with such a broad brush and have a “of course we all need grace and forgiveness” - while that is totally true, it can be hard to swallow on a personal level at times. So in total honesty, I will tell you that I have had to forgive and then forgive again and then a few more times the same exact person for one singular issue…because it was big. Bigger than me or my ability to just let it go, let it drift off into the vast sea of forgiveness…I needed help. God-sized help. I needed some promises about this hot topic. And I found them. And they did what God intended for them to do (as His Word always does, it never returns to Him void.) There is an actual difference between forgiveness and the feeling of forgiveness. Feelings are so fickle, aren't they? Sometimes our feelings are just basically useless. Nacho Libre quote coming at you: You are useless, Ignasio… Have you ever had a time when your feelings were so wrong, so off the mark, that by believing and accepting those feelings you ended up in a world of hurt? Like a whole mess came as a result of trusting in the soundness of your feelings. *Does it sound like maybe I'm speaking from personal experience? Cuz it should sound that way, since that would be the truth. This is what makes forgiveness a hot topic, part of this podcast series. The vast difference that lies between Biblical forgiveness and the “feeling” of forgiveness. They are not the same thing. Sure, we know this. You already know this. And yet, we still struggle with the reality of it in our own lives, in those super hard places where we were so wronged, so damaged, used and abused, or our spouse or our kids or our bff or our parents or grandparents, our pastor…you know, people who mean so much to us, they were done wrong and man it can be a big hurdle for us to forgive what has been done to others by others. Cuz hey look, the horrors of the Holocaust were done to actual people by actual people…and a broad, sweeping, overarching decision to “forgive” the German War Machine is something, I suppose, but whatever that something would be it certainly is not forgiveness. We don't need to forgive things. We are called by God's Word to forgive people. And it can be so, so difficult. Now, what about when you have forgiven, like you really truly have, but then out of the seeming blue, this anger arises and oh what am I to do with these emotions, they are strong and powerful emotions, and I already forgave! Why is this reemerging? Well, there can be a ton of reasons why it's cropping up again, and what I have found is that often we really did forgive. And then, God allows a layer of something that needs healing in us, for our own good and for His glory, to show up, to appear, and then, by choosing to forgive yet again, there is like some maturity and healing and growth that takes place. God uses it for our good, and for Kingdom purposes because it invariably leads us to have more compassion, more empathy, opens new doors to minister to people (which is really a beautiful way to point them to Jesus, the One who holds their eternal life in His hands). So sometimes, for sure, we have to forgive. And then, forgive the same person for the long-past offense or crime against us (you can phrase it any number of ways - the wrong thing done to us or to our loved one). It can feel like we took several steps backward when that feeling came up again and we had forgive again. But what if it is actually a path to several big leaps forward? Not baby steps forward, but giant leaps forward? Spoiler alert: that's actually what is going on in our spiritual life, our spiritual development, when we forgive the same person for the same issue yet again. Forgiveness is a heart issue. But we don't have to feel all warm and fuzzy in our “heart” in order to really extend forgiveness. We can feel just as upset after we genuinely forgive someone as we did the moment before we choose to forgive. Forgiving from our heart doesn't mean we will “feel” some certain way; it means we choose some certain way. And that way is the way of Jesus, the One who died for us to receive forgiveness. If you struggle with the way you feel, don't confuse that with having an unforgiving heart. Not necessarily the same thing. Forgiveness is a decision. And it isn't a decision we should put off until we have a change of heart or feel like forgiving. Extend it today, because in light of the Bible verses I am about to share with you, it is a really bad decision to put off, even for one single solitary day. Ephesians 4:32 says in the ESV - Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ forgave you. God forgave you. So you also must forgive. Mark 11:25, the very words of Jesus, from the ESV - And whenever you stand praying, forgive, if you have anything against anyone, so that your Father also who is in heaven may forgive you your trespasses. Forgive who? Of what? Anyone. Of anything. And then what? Your Father who is in heaven will forgive you of your, in the plural, trespasses. Matthew 6:15, more words in red, words Jesus Himself spoke, still referencing the ESV - But if you do not forgive others their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses. Well now, there is some bit to those words! Like, ouch. I feel that. And it is painful. Jesus says I must forgive, because if I don't, I won't be forgiven. Those are His words. And I am pretty sure He was serious when He spoke them, and is equally serious about forgiveness today. We have to do it, this act, this decision, of forgiving. We have to. We must. Because our Lord, our Master, our King, says so. Matthew 26:28 - For this is My blood of the covenant, which is poured out for the many for the forgiveness of sins. Jesus speaking (from the ESV). Think about that. How can we not make the decision to forgive when this is what it cost our beloved Savior? If we love Him, it should not be easy for us to refuse to forgive. Hopefully, as we grow up to more and more maturity in the Lord, we will be more and more unable to extend forgiveness, and quickly! Luke 23:34, spoken by Jesus while He was on the cross - And Jesus said, “Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do.” Oh, this just wrecks me. How dare I not forgive? Oh Lord, make me quick to forgive! When I don't think I can do it, may Your Spirit move and enable me to! To only forgive, to always forgive. I need to live my life like that. Matthew 6:12, from the Lord's prayer - And forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors. Jesus was teaching His followers how to pray (not a by rote, verbatim, able to spew it out each day from memory while scrolling Instagram or running through my to-do list, not even engaging as I pray… how to pray, not what exact words to say, cuz I'm not sure that by rote not even clued in stuff can really be called praying…) And so, as He was teaching them how to pray, this was part of that “how”. Forgive. Just like you've been forgiven. Remembering to be grateful to God for the gift of forgiveness makes the act of forgiving so much easier. I have no right to hold a grudge, to refuse to forgive. I've been forgiven of so, so much. And I need to make the choice to forgive a part of my prayer life. Did you catch that? Lord, how should we pray? Teach us to pray! Pray like this: forgive us, as we have also forgiven. When forgiving is part of our praying, believe me you, things change as to how much sway our little old feelings have over us. It reframes things, and it refocuses things. I have two more verses to share, both from the New Testament, and I chose them intentionally, because I think it is really a big deal to know what the early church was instructed to do about a certain topic and then for us, the modern church, to do what the book says. Matthew 18:21-22 (ESV) - Then Peter came up and said to Him, “Lord, how often will my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? As many as seven times?” Jesus said to him, “I do not say to you seven times, but seventy-seven times.” Some versions say seventy times seven. And I have read that the implication was one person sinning against one other person this many times in a single day…the new round of forgiveness would start again the next day. (And for the Jewish people, each day begins as the sun sets, so each evening would be time to let out that deep sign and begin forgiving again…as in, you literally would not allow the sun to go down on your anger since the new day was beginning as the sun was setting.) Colossians 3?13 - Bearing with one another and, if one has a complaint against another, forgiving each other; as the Lord has forgiven you, so you must also forgive. It's not my intention to push you around with the Bible, to shame you (because shame is a tool and tactic of the enemy, and God does not want His people to use satan's means to try and accomplish His will, so there is no guilt or shame in this message today.) I just want you to hear the Word of God on this very hot topic, and to know that you don't have to feel like forgiving in order to actually forgive. It's just a decision, it is a simple but important act of obedience to what our Lord has told us we must do. And we must forgive, or we will not be forgiven. Oh yeah, this is for sure a hot topic. But what promise for us, what hope for us, when we live forgiving others. We cannot even begin to imagine how the Lord will use the life of one of His followers who is so all-in when it comes to forgiving that they don't know how not to forgive. What might He do with such a life? You could be that one. Don't wait another day, another hour, if you know you need to do some forgiving. Do it now, make the decision, and watch God be honored and blessed and bless you in return, because He is such a generous and loving God. Thanks for joining me today for Part Two of the Hot Topics series.
Daily Orthodox Christian Bible-Study
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Daily Catechism of the Orthodox Church
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Orthodox Christian Daily Prayer and Hours
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This sub-series starts with looking at some of the over 50 "One Another" statements in the Bible. In this episode, Nate points out OUR CALL to BEAR with One Another. We must then us OUR ACTIONS to implement Our Mentality of Lowliness/Gentleness, and OUR COMMUNITY in Long-suffering/Bearing with/and Keeping Unity with our fellow believers and others we wish to attract to our community.Quote: “In the beginning the church was a fellowship of men and women centered on the living Christ. Then the church moved to Greece, where it became a philosophy. Then it moved to Rome, where it became an institution (Holy Roman empire). Next, it moved to Europe, where it became a culture. And, finally, it moved to America, where it became an enterprise.” -Halverson
Jesus Calling: Stories of Faith
It's a blessing to be able to celebrate with others when joyful things happen in their lives. But it's also an honor to be able to stand by someone when they are heavy with sorrow and joy seems nowhere to be found. Popular Christian writer Karen Kingsbury and her son Tyler Russell help others celebrate the joy of their faith by writing stories for families through their Baxter Family children's books. Pastor David Emmanuel Goatley, the sixth president of Fuller Theological Seminary, has traveled all over the world as a minister and has been inspired at how Christians from all walks of life hold each other up and bear each other's burdens, no matter how much or how little they have. Links, Products, and Resources Mentioned: Jesus Calling Podcast Jesus Calling Jesus Always Jesus Listens Past interview: Nikki DeLoach and Pat Bradley Upcoming interview: Cleere Cherry Reaves Karen Kingsbury Tyler Russell Philippians 4 NIV NIV Bible Strong's Exhaustive Concordance Los Angeles Daily News Baxter Family Children books Being Baxters John 16:33 NIV Colossians 3:23 NIV 1 Thessalonians 5:16-17 NIV www.karenkingsbury.com A Thousand Tomorrows David Emmanuel Goatley Fuller Theological Seminary Interview Quotes: “The family that God puts you in are the ones who are going to be with you forever, so really foster those relationships and pour into those relationships.” - Tyler Russell “I had a beautiful relationship with the Lord, but I was still seeing pain. I was still seeing people going through hard things. And I just didn't think that Christian fiction would be able to handle that. I want to tell stories that are real and true.” - Karen Kingsbury “We really do both want to serve the Lord first. That's kind of our top thing in everything we do, we want to please God first.” - Tyler Russell “Prayer is an all day, everyday thing for me. I am so thankful to be able to walk through this life not alone, but with Jesus, and knowing that I have His presence beside me.” - Karen Kingsbury “I believe that we need to love and laugh often and look for the miraculous in the everyday and lean hard into our relationship with Jesus.” - Karen Kingsbury “My father's orientation was that you always talked about church and community together. You never spoke of church in isolation from the community because the church should be embedded in community, and the community was informing the life of the church.” - David Emmanuel Goatley “We were taught to be salt for the earth and light for the world, and so you have to engage the world that God puts you in so that you can bear good and faithful witness. I think that that kind of nurture helped to inform who I have become and how I see the world.” - David Emmanuel Goatley “I think it's important for students to listen to and learn from the testimonies of people in the global church.” - David Emmanuel Goatley “I don't recall ever feeling like the hard work of Christian leadership has not been worth it. There have been times where the weight of it has been heavy and wearisome and draining and fatiguing. There have been those times where it's been a headache, but I have not felt that it's not worth it. I've been fortunate to sense that I am where the Lord has sent me.” - David Emmanuel Goatley “If we don't try to get out in front of Jesus and we let Jesus lead us, then we'll make it through the sleepless nights and we'll make it through the anxious moments, and then we will be able to look back on it and say, ‘The Lord both led me through it and taught me something in it.' The Lord has been exceedingly kind. And for that, I'm grateful.“ - David Emmanuel Goatley ________________________ Enjoy watching these additional videos from Jesus Calling YouTube channel! Audio Episodes: https://bit.ly/3zvjbK7 Bonus Podcasts: https://bit.ly/3vfLlGw Jesus Listens: Stories of Prayer: https://bit.ly/3Sd0a6C Peace for Everyday Life: https://bit.ly/3zzwFoj Peace in Uncertain Times: https://bit.ly/3cHfB6u What's Good? https://bit.ly/3vc2cKj Enneagram: https://bit.ly/3hzRCCY ________________________ Connect with Jesus Calling Instagram Facebook Twitter Pinterest YouTube Website
Have you ever been shamed by the guilt of sin? It takes courage to confide in someone when you fall into temptation. Followers of Jesus are instructed to gently restore others that miss the mark. I pray this episode is an encouragement to those that struggle with the guilt of sin and for believers to bear each other's burdens. Read: Galatians 6:1–5 Please consider donating to our next Poetry Jam!: https://www.un-associated.com/tupjfundraiser/ Submit a Question or Topic Suggestion to Ask Kendra HERE
What options do you have if you want to make money on your money and yet still have some downside protection? We talk about this and more in this episode.
Colossians 1:1-8 "The Good News That is Bearing Great Fruit" by Audio
CURC Sermons – Covenant United Reformed Church
Job’s Causeless Curse Bearing Scripture: Job 1-2 Preacher: Rev. David Inks Sermon Outline: Introduction The God-Fearer Blessed 1 The Debate in Heaven 1 The God-Fearer Cursed 1-2 The Debate on Earth 3-25 Fire-Tested Righteousness 26-31 The Foolishness of Wisdom 28 Conclusion Sermon Video: https://youtu.be/6nvIwagu8dY Scripture Reading: Job 1-2 (King James Version) 1 There was a […] The post Job’s Causeless Curse Bearing appeared first on Covenant United Reformed Church.
Succotash, The Comedy Soundcast Soundcast
Can you feel it, listener? I can. I can feel it. The warm, sultry breeze of our impending Succotash hiatus is gently wafting around the next bend in our feed. I'm your every-other-weekly-host Marc Hershon and welcome to Episode 352, which I'm calling “Last Clips Before Hiatus” because, well, it's our second-to-last episode before we take a break BUT the last one in which we'll be featuring clips. I'll tell you more about what our LAST show before jump the tracks is going to be like toward this end of this blog entry but, for now, let's share this time together as just another in the long lines of Succotash episodes where we feature clips from other comedy soundcasts across the internet. Before I get to what I have in store for you, let's recall what Epi351, Tyson Saner's final solo hosting episode before the break, was like last week. His was the first episode to officially enter our 12th year of soundcasting. We started in April of 2011 so Tyson got the glory and the honor of being the first of us to break the tape on year 12 with “The Penultimate Pre-Hiatus Show”, which featured clips from comedy soundcasts Holidays After Dark, What Went Wrong, and Bit Weird But Fair Enough (I Guess). Tyson wrapped up that episode with a very sincere thanks and farewell for now and I think you'll get a great deal out of listening to that installment of the show. As for me, I'm intending to go out with this show as it was originally conceived: By featuring a collection of clips from soundcasts that we've not featured before. Sure, we've occasionally dipped back into the same pool now and again to feature some faves – but our overall design and intent has been to bring you what's fresh and new, at least our ears and quite possibly yours. Bearing that in mind, I have clips from Literally with Rob Lowe, a new sitcom soundcast called Popcorn For Dinner, and a show from across the Pond in England – a well-regarded standby there called Always Be Comedy. Since this will be our last opportunity to do so for awhile, I'm going to feature an audio essay from comedian and friend of the show Dan St. Paul, from his Slices blog, entitled “Slave to the Machines”. This lovely cavalcade of clippage is brought to you, as always, by Henderson's Pants and their new Bottoms Up Cargo Pants, a recent introduction designed by our own announcer, Bill Heywatt, for that discriminating boozehound on the go. As I said, toward the end of this episode I let you know what's in store for the final-final episode next week, as well as a few wrap-up thoughts from my brain and my heart as we hit our 12th year anniversary. CLIPS Literally with Rob Lowe Is there more of a consummate celebrity in the entertainment world today than Rob Lowe? He's an actor who has created an indelible brand for and of himself, he's never really had any controversy around him, and he's basically a Hollywood homegrown talent who's been around since he was a kid. A few yeas ago he started popping up as a guest on a number of soundcasts and it wasn't long until he pulled the cloak off of Literally, the show he hosts every week, mostly talking to friends that he pulls right out of his own cell phone. He recently talk with Levar Burton, famous for playing Geordi LaForge on Star Trek: The Next Generation. Before that, he broke through as Kunta Kinte, a young slave on the Roots miniseries. And he talks a bit about both those experiences in this clip. Popcorn For Dinner This next entry is brand new. It's only been out for about 8 or 9 weeks at this point, which means its first season is coming to a close and you can binge it. Because it's one of the first full-on soundcast situation comedies that I've heard. Popcorn for Dinner is, first of all, produced by one of my favorite production outfits on the planet, which is Kelly&Kelly out of Vancouver, Canada. We've featured other shows from them before, including This Sounds Serious and Dexter Guff is Smarter Than You. This new offering is largely written and created by comedian Maddy Kelly – no relation to Pat Kelly or Chris Kelly, who ARE related, but maybe it helps to have them set a show up if your last name IS Kelly. It features former Nickelodean star Ciara Bravo as the narrator, and stars Maddy Kelly, Charlie Foster, Jillian Ebanks and Ben Fawcett as four friends in their early 20s as they try to make it on their own, despite the fact that none of them know what that looks like...at all. It's got all the tropes that make classic sitcoms identifiable including a laugh track. It's meta, it's corny, it's funny and – after I listened to the first three episodes, I was pretty much hooked. The clip I have for you is from Episode 6 and I picked the very opening of the show so you can easily pick up on the vibe – they have the opening teaser scene, the set-up for the episode and your get to hear what the main characters each sound like. Always Be Comedy I'm not sure how long Always Be Comedy has been cranking out episode in Britain but, given their list of guests, it's been going awhile. Hosted by comics James Gill and Tim Lewis, they invite other comedians in to chat and to curate their dream gig – o talk about all the elements that they would bring together to make a dynamite boffo show. This clip doesn't quite get to that part of the hosts' chat with guest, England comedy legend Stewart Lee, which is well worth strapping in for given his experience. Instead, Stewart waxes on a bit about some of his contemporary veteran comedians. Dan St. Paul: Slave to the Machines Which brings us to the end of our featured clips this week and right up to the doorstep of comedian and friend of the show Dan St. Paul. He's been writing these humorous essays for his “Slices” blog on Substack for a while now, and I had him record a few and then added some music and effects to them. That was impetus enough for Dan to turn to his pal Jimmy Goings and really get into producing them. Here's his latest, entitled “Slave to the Machines”. That is going to do it for this final solo episode before our Succotash hiatus begins. As I teased at the top of the show, I can let you know that next week, for our 12th Anniversary Show, Tyson Saner and I will be joining forces to celebrate the blessed event. Joining us will be longtime friend of the show who we first met in Episode 36 back in the Fall of 2012, Travis Clark. We'll look back and reminisce not just about Succotash but also about soundcasting and how far it come since we first fired up the mics in 2011. That's next week, in this very same feed, so don't miss it! As for me, I am sometime startled to wake up and discover this Succotash thing has been going as long as it has. I've made a lot of friends, literally around the globe, through the network of soundcasters out there. I think one of the things that we'll do as we sail into our 12th year is that I may just have to stop beating the drum to call these things soundcasts instead of podcasts. We gave it a valiant effort. I don't think anyone would deny us that. We'll see. I have to thank Joe Paulino, first and foremost, which helped me breathe life into this concept through the auspices of Studio P, his “home of the hit” in Sausalito, California. And for introducing us to Bill Heywatt, our erstwhile and often tanked booth announcer. Scott Carvey, one of Dana Carvey's brothers, created our theme music from me sending him a jazz tune I liked and doing his own interpretation of the concept so we could have some music free and clear. Kenny Durgis is our booth assistant who, frankly doesn't do much more than complain but we gotta acknowledge the little guy. More than anyone connected to the show, my heartfelt and deep gratitude goes to Tyson Saner, who went from contributing a few odd clips now and again to becoming the show's Associate Producer to full-blown host, slipping into the Big Chair for several years while it stepped into the background as Executive Producer and got to take a big breather. I would be remiss if I didn't thank my wife, the lovely and talented Debra Hershon. While she's never spent a moment hanging around this show, if not for her support and giving me the space to create and shave time off of our personal time – sometimes on while on vacation and sometimes even urging me to head to LA or shows in San Francisco so I could get interviews and such, this show certainly wouldn't have happened. Finally, of course, there's you. Our listener. Whether this is the very first time you've filled your ears with Succotash or if you've been with us for every one of the 352 episodes we've dropped, this has always been intended for you. As a wayfinding tool to help you hack through the soundcast wilderness to find fun, new shows to listen to. And whether it was from those heady early days when we actually would show up on the front page of Apple's downloads or, more often bouncing along with just blips on the download radar, we know that you've been out there putting up with our audio shenanigans. So thank you, thank you, thank you. We'll be here next year with that 12th anniversary show. And then Tyson, Bill, Joe, and I are going to take a little break. Catch our breaths and figure out how and when we'll return. This show maybe exactly like you hear it today. Or we may change up the format and try some different things. Hang in there and we'll let you know what's what. And in the meantime, if in the next week or so you have someone tap you on the shoulder while you're working out in the gym and they ask what you're listening to on your earbuds, won't you please pass the Succotash? — Marc Hershon
In The Human Origins of Beatrice Porter and Other Essential Ghosts, sisters Zora and Sasha Porter are drifting apart. Bearing witness to their father's violence and their mother's worsening illness, an unsettled Zora escapes into her journal, dreaming of being a writer, while Sasha discovers sex and chest binding, spending more time with her new girlfriend than at home. So far Publishers Weekly calls it a “moving debut”; Booklist says it's “vivid and otherworldly.”Soraya Palmer is a Flatbush-born-and-raised writer and licensed social worker who advocates for survivors of gender-based violence who are facing criminal charges related to their abuse. She has been awarded a residency at Blue Mountain Center and interviewed for her work against police brutality, gentrification, and violence in The New York Times and BuzzFeed News. She lives in New York.________________________________________________SUPPORT Caribbean writers and the BCLFBUY a copy of The Human Origins of Beatrice Porter from the Brooklyn Caribbean Literary Festival Bookshop here
Lisa Harper's Back Porch Theology
During today's conversation on Back Porch Theology we're exploring how hardship and revival are like peanut butter and jelly in biblical narrative – in other words, they're often sandwiched together. And Apostle Paul's life exemplifies the symbiotic relationship between hardship and revival, which he testified to while imprisoned at the end of Acts when he said, “It is for the hope of Israel that I'm wearing this chain.” (Acts 28:20). In other words, Whatever hardship I have to endure pales next to the supernatural hope I'm preaching here, y'all – JESUS is the Messiah we've been longing for since the beginning of time and I'm gonna keep sharing this message until there's no more breath in my lungs! The joy of watching other people's eyes widen and faces light up like Christmas trees when they heard about the unconditional love of Jesus made all the unfair bumps and bruises he experienced while preaching about it worth the cost. In the spiritual milieu, difficult labors lead to miraculous births! Today's conversation is going help some of us take bigger risks for the sake of the Gospel so fasten your seat belts, grab a super-sized cup of coffee and your Bible – unless you're driving or getting spray-tanned for a beach trip, of course – and come hang out on the porch with us! Follow Us On Instagram! @BackPorchTheologyPodcast @LisaDHarper @AllisonAllen @Jim.Howard.Co Purchase "Right Where You Belong" by Heather MacFadyen on Amazon or wherever you buy books.
This week, through the liturgy of the Church we become the Myrrh-Bearing Women who are the first to hear of Christ's Resurrection. The fact that it was women is very providential.
Tom E. Curran, of NBC Sports Boston, joined the show to discuss the New England Patriots, his expectations of quarterback Mac Jones, if all the reports are being made up, the semantics of the word "shopped," and the Patriots approach at the NFL Draft.
In this episode we reflect on Easter Sunday, its meaning, how churches celebrate, and things we do on Easter that we should do year-round. We answer questions on the observance of Palm Sunday and other calendar dates and what it means to 'bear each other's burdens' and 'to carry our own load.' We wrap it up with a game of 'Finish that Worship Lyric.'
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Carmen outlines how Jesus was declared innocent yet condemned anyway and all the things that He accomplished on the cross. Jackson Wu, author of "The Cross in Context: Reconsidering Biblical Metaphors for Atonement," shares about the value of overcoming divisions, so we can better communicate the Gospel with all people. Faith Radio podcasts are made possible by your support. Give now: Click here
Pastor Josh Hall begins with the premise in verse 1, "If then you have been raised with Christ..." leading to the encouragement to "Set your minds on things that are above, not on things that are on earth." In the rest of the passage (vv. 3-17), he discusses: 1. THINGS TO PUT TO DEATH - v. 5 1) Sexual Immorality 2) Impurity 3) Passion 4) Evil Desire 5) Covetousness (Idolatry) 2. THINGS TO PUT AWAY - vv. 8 - 9 1) Anger 2) Wrath 3) Malice 3) Slander 4) Obscene Talk 5) Lying 3. THINGS TO PUT ON - vv. 12 - 14 1) Compassionate Hearts 2) Kindness 3) Humility 4) Meekness 5) Patience 6) Bearing with One Another 7) Forgiveness 8) Love
Today, Pastor Dave begins our look at the book of 1 Samuel. Our scripture comes from 1 Samuel 1:2, 6, 12-18; 2:1-11
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Because one in five women will struggle with fertility challenges, we can't NOT talk about how this affects our friendships. In the inherently lonely journey of fertility, we need friends around us who understand the pain wrapped up in bearing children, whether they have directly experienced what we are walking through or not. Rachael Coria graciously lets us into her past story of miscarriage and current journey through infertility, soberly refusing to try to put a neat bow on this complex and challenging area of our lives. Instead, she points us to Jesus at every turn, speaking Biblical wisdom to those walking their own fertility journeys and those of us who are walking alongside a friend through such a valley. For more Your Sister, Kimber content, including the Blog and FREE Resources, visit yoursisterkimber.com! Become a subscriber at Your Sister, Kimber to get exclusive access to my NEW free resource, straight to your inbox.Let's become friends! Follow me on Instagram or Facebook for more of Your Sister, Kimber.Don't forget to leave a rating & review on Apple Podcasts! This is such a blessing to me and really helps new friends find the show. Thank you, friends!
In this episode, Mark still has piles of snow, but he's not letting that stop him from doing a ton of CNC work. Bruce is in the throws of a bunch of home improvement projects, including a cool accent wall in his bedroom. Drew finally shipped his last laser. Plus, a ton more! This episode is sponsored by OneFinity CNC! We have partnered with them and would love it if you would go to their website and check them out: https://www.onefinitycnc.com/ (we don't have a coupon code at this time, but if you're able to mention that we sent you, it helps!) https://www.cadencemfgdesign.com/ Become a patron of the show! http://patreon.com/webuiltathing OUR TOP PATREON SUPPORTERS:-Tom's Woodwork -Tim Morrill -Scott @ Dad It Yourself DIY: http://bit.ly/3vcuqmv -Brent Jarvis: https://bit.ly/2OJL7EV -Broken Lead Woodworks IG: https://bit.ly/38vQij8 -Chris Simonton -Maddux Woodworks YT: http://bit.ly/3chHe2p -Byrom's Custom Woodworks -Ray Jolliff -Ryder Clark -Deo Gloria Woodworks (Matthew Allen) https://www.instagram.com/deogloriawoodworks/ -Henry Lootens (@Manfaritawood) -Kris -Ben Wilker with Wilker's Woodcraft -Brad Hoff -Tommy Trease -Will White -Cody Elkins (maker of the Jenny bit) New: -Cody Elkins Support our sponsors: MagSwitch: https://mag-tools.com -use code "WBAT" for 10% off SurfPrep: https://www.surfprepsanding.com/?aff=48 -use code "FISHER10" for 10% off RZmask: use code "FISHER10" for 10% off Bits & Bits: use code "FISHER10" for 10% off Starbond: use code "BRUCEAULRICH15" for 15% off Rotoboss: "GUNFLINT" Merlin Moisture Meters: "FISHER10" https://www.merlin-humidification.com/wood-moisture-meters Bidwell Wood & Iron/Atomic Finishes: "BRUCEAULRICH" for 10% off We Built A Thing T-shirts! We have two designs to choose from! (You can get one of these as a reward at certain levels of support) https://amzn.to/2GP04jf https://amzn.to/2TUrCr2 ETSY SHOPS: Bruce: https://www.etsy.com/shop/BruceAUlrich?ref=simple-shop-header-name&listing_id=942512486 Drew: https://www.etsy.com/shop/FishersShopOnline?ref=simple-shop-header-name&listing_id=893150766 Mark: https://www.etsy.com/shop/GunflintDesigns?ref=search_shop_redirect Bruce's most recent video: https://youtu.be/zIcHCEMrtfM Drew's most recent video: https://youtu.be/TPCnYQQO8qI Mark's most recent video: https://youtu.be/UknwJMbugFA We are all makers, full-time dads and all have YouTube channels we are trying to grow and share information with others. Throughout this podcast, we talk about making things, making videos to share on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, etc...and all of the life that happens in between. CONNECT WITH US: WE BUILT A THING: www.instagram.com/webuiltathingWE BUILT A THING EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org FISHER'S SHOP: www.instagram.com/fishersshop/ BRUDADDY: www.instagram.com/brudaddy/ GUNFLINT DESIGNS: https://www.instagram.com/gunflintdesigns Music by: Jay Fisher (Thanks, Jay!)
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Don't be fooled when Melissa starts the episode by mistakenly citing "Elder Stevens" talk, because this amazing talk about testimonies was given by Elder Gary E. Stevenson! Join Meg Tilton and Melissa Fugazza for fun stories of weird missionary experiences, detecting fraud and following some basic things we can do to be spiritually stronger. Resources: "Nourishing and Bearing Your Testimony"-Elder Gary E. Stevenson https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/general-conference/2022/10/55stevenson?lang=eng "Just Give Me Jesus"-Anne Graham Lotz (quoted in episode)
Over the past decade, today's guest Ian Mitchell has developed a series of novel therapeutics using lipoic conjugates and holds multiple patents across the host of different scientific disciplines, such as nanomedicine and materials science. He holds joint patents with the University of Tulsa for personalized cancer screening technology and personalized cell culture media for both laboratory and clinical settings, an antiviral therapeutic and recently developed the first viable gamma ray shielding system for use on spacecraft and in space habitats, as well as a carbon negative concrete to inhibit greenhouse gas proliferation. He's also the lead scientist at Wizard Sciences, Polymath in residence at Ecliptic Capital, and Scientific Advisor for Lila Quantum. In this third conversation on the podcast, we talk about a number of brain bending topics, such as my recent visit to his mind-blowing lab out in Tulsa and the stuff we saw there, like his fireproofing technology, oxygen water, carbon negative concrete, and the really crazy hyperbaric oxygen chamber he built by himself. We talk in depth about something called C60, which can help with free radical damage from EMF. Ian shares his take on global warming, biohacking supplements that are actually needle movers, and advice for earthing and grounding. We also spend some time talking about his innovative treatments for dementia, why he thinks Alzheimer's is totally treatable, and he explains how scientists are making strides on age regression. We talk about why he finally created his own brand Wizard Sciences, and precisely why these products, Wizard Water, Neural Rx, Olympic Rx, and Vortex Rx, are so damn effective. Needless to say, Ian is a brainiac of the highest order. But what I really like about him and the many conversations we've shared is that he also has a huge heart. And that, my friends, is a great combination for any human being. Finally, Ian makes some of my very favorite, most unique products. If you're interested in trying them out, go to lukestorey.com/wizardsciences and use the code LUKE for 20% off at checkout. DISCLAIMER: This podcast is presented for educational and exploratory purposes only. Published content is not intended to be used for diagnosing or treating any illness. Those responsible for this show disclaim responsibility for any possible adverse effects from the use of information presented by Luke or his guests. Please consult with your healthcare provider before using any products referenced. This podcast may contain paid endorsements for products or services. 00:05:16 — Inside the Weird Sciences Lab & Environmental Awareness Luke's visit to the headquarters of Wizard Sciences Cool gama shielding products & other amazing inventions Ian's created Ian's most embarrassing professional fail Two things that really impact adoption of a new product Why people really should care about EMFs & other factors invisibly affecting our physiology Is global warming really a thing? Bearing the responsibility of developing technology that has the potential to be weaponized 00:29:58 — Engineering Innovative Formulas & Biohacking Needle Movers How Ian uses the hyperbaric oxygen tank in his lab Benefits of Wizard Water 165. Deuterium Depletion: The Most Powerful Health Hack You've Never Heard Of With Dr. Que Collins & Dr. László Boro Which biohacking habits are really needle movers? The mechanism of action in Olympic Rx Vortex Rx pet formula Nootopia brain supplement Ian's formula for solving the Alzheimer's problem Neural Rx How scientists are working on age regression processes Ian rapping on Instagram 01:21:25 — Unlocking the Body's Natural Defenses Trusting the body's inherent wisdom Ian's self-prescribed recovery process from a motorcycle accident What is the blood-brain barrier? How C60 acts as an internal shield against EMF The water brand that has the lowest amount of deuterium Ian's advice for earthing and grounding What Ian's working on for shingles, toenail fungus, and herpes More about this episode. Watch on YouTube. THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: LEELA QUANTUM TECH. Improves your health, fitness levels, and mindset. Their products harmonize harmful frequencies like 4G,5G, microwaves, and WIFI and give your body, home environment, and even your pets a huge quantum upgrade. Go to leelaq.com and use the code “LUKE10” for 10% off their product line. 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The bible makes it clear, when we're supposed to continue loving and helping someone, and when it becomes unloving to continue to help someone. It says in Galatians 6:2, to bear one another's burdens and so fulfill the law of Christ. That's a big statement. Bearing one another's burdens is fulfilling the very thing that Jesus Christ came to do. But three verses later, it says, but each person ought to bear their own load. That's confusing. Should we bear their burden, or should we bear their load? Because it says not to bear their load, but to bear their burden.The distinction, according to the Greek, when we bear one another's burdens, it means to empathize with someone, but to bear one another's load is to take responsibility for someone's actions and for their life, and that's when it becomes unhealthy. When we take responsibility for someone who is toxic towards us and others, and not willing to help themselves by taking responsibility for their part, we're hurting and enabling them. When we empathize with them, as Christ has done for us, that's when we fulfill the law of Christ. To empathize with someone is to be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as Christ forgave you. To rejoice with those who rejoice and mourn with those who mourn. To be likeminded, sympathetic, loving one another with understanding, care, and humility.So, we are to empathize with all people, but not to take responsibility for them. That's not our role, that's God's role. And taking responsibility for another person is not only unhelpful, it's unloving.
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The Last Week John 12-17 March 26, 2023 Each of the four Gospels cover the last week of Jesus’s life extensively. One third of Matthew and Mark, One fourth of Luke and One half of John. But all four present the same Person: The God-Man, Servant of the Lord, King of Israel, Humanity’s Redeemer-Jesus Christ. John records things Jesus said rather than things Jesus did. 1. A New Commandment. John 13:34-35 2. Jesus is the Way, Truth, and Life. John 14:1-6 3. The Promise of Answered Prayer. John 14:12-14 4. The Promise of Holy Spirit. John 14:15-18 Holy Spirit will teach us all things-John 14:25 Holy Spirit will testify of Jesus-John 15:26-27 Holy Spirit will guide us into all truth. John 16:13 5. Jesus is the True Vine. John 15:1-8 Bearing fruit is the result of obedience to the Word of God and Holy Spirit’s promptings. Bearing fruit requires total surrender of our will to His Will. 6. The Reward of Endurance. John 16:21-24 +++++++ You can find our service times on our website: https://allnationstallahassee.com/ You can find sermon highlights on Twitter here: https://mobile.twitter.com/allnationstally
Human beings are social creatures. We rely on one another not just for survival but for meaning, connection, and the nourishing of our spirit. When our ability to form and maintain healthy relationships is compromised at a young age, it can have a ripple effect, creating protective mechanisms (also known as Protective Parts) that alter our behavior and interactions with others. While these may help us survive, they can also cause enduring difficulties in our future relationships. Bearing this in mind, we use today's conversation to delve into a major category of complex post-traumatic stress disorder (CPTSD): difficulties with relationships. Join us as we unpack the five wounding patterns that can form in childhood and adolescence and how each one manifests in our adult lives, all while taking a compassionate look at the unique difficulties they can create within relationships. You may recognize that you have one, some, or even all of these wounding patterns. Today's conversation is a reminder to address them one at a time and ensure that you feel settled and integrated before moving on to the next. Difficulties with relationships can be a constant source of dysregulation in your internal world and, ultimately, profound healing work lies within. We are here to help guide you on that journey. Tune in today to uncover how you've adapted to respond to trauma, what you can do to unlearn past protective patterns, and what it means to move forward! Key Points From This Episode: Dr. Wallace's journey of healing, which began by recognizing her difficulties with relationships. How difficulties with relationships can cause dysregulation in your internal world. What you can do to address the most challenging things in your relational field. Ways to create space in your relational field when you're on your recovery journey. Understanding why CPTSD can make relationships so challenging. Our childhood environments and how they inform our relational template. Defining protective parts and the role they play in the recovery journey. What our protective parts can teach us about how our system has adapted for survival. The five wounding patterns and their influence on how you show up in relationships. Connection wounding, its origins, and how it prevents you from experiencing intimacy. Learn about the attunement wounding pattern and its attraction to codependence. The trust wounding pattern and how it causes you to relate to power and others. Autonomy wounding, how it's shaped by authority, and its impact on your independence. How the love and sex wounding pattern is formed and its effect on romantic relationships. Unwinding mantras to help you address your unique wounding patterns. Identifying your wounding pattern and why you may have more than one. Benefits of focusing on one wounding pattern at a time and tips for how to work through them. Tweetables: “In CPTSD recovery, what we're trying to do is raise your baseline of functioning, raise your baseline of nervous system regulation.” — Dr. Tanner Wallace [05:38] “There's a lot of collateral damage from childhood trauma that results in complex trauma, or complex PTSD.” — Dr. Tanner Wallace [11:12] “Protective parts are a hugely important thing to pay attention to in a CPTSD recovery journey because they hold so much wisdom of what the system has been doing to make it to this point.” — Dr. Tanner Wallace [12:57] “These unwinding mantras are about increasing tolerance for uncertainty and vulnerability in the relational field.” — Dr. Tanner Wallace [21:00] “You can have several of these wounding patterns. You can have all of these wounding patterns. I suggest, in a recovery sequence, you pick one to focus on at a time and then bring in other ones as you feel settled and integrated with the one you started with.” — Dr. Tanner Wallace [42:27] Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: Complex PTSD: From Surviving to Thriving 2023 Year of Healing CPTSD Medicine on Instagram Tanner Wallace on Facebook Held By Tanner Email List Held By Tanner Podcast
Mark Feeney is an author and arts writer for The Boston Globe for over four decades. He is the author of "Nixon at the Movies" which takes a new and often revelatory approach to looking at Nixon's career—and Hollywood's. Marks second book is "Nixon and the Silver Screen", Nixon viewed more movies while in office than any other president, and Feeney argues that Nixon's story, both in politics and in his personal life, is nothing if not quintessentially American. Bearing in mind the events that shaped his presidency from 1969 to 1974, Feeney sees aspects of Nixon's character—and the nation's—refracted and reimagined in the more than 500 films Nixon watched during his tenure in the White House. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/out-of-the-blank-podcast/support
We are joined by Dr. Joanne Cacciatore, best-selling author, professor, and expert on traumatic death, and the foremothers of grief education. She is also the founder of the MISS Foundation and the Selah Care Farm and a Zen priest.We talk about defining traumatic loss, how our body reacts to trauma, how she coped with the death of her baby daughter, coping after losing an animal, how to grow your “grief muscle”, plus much more.Find out more about Jo and connect with her at centerforlossandtrauma.com.Connect with usBuy our book Good Mourning: Honest Conversations About Grief and Loss, here: linktr.ee/goodmourningpodcastCheck out our affirmation cards for grief and loss at www.goodmourning.com.auFollow us on Instagram at @goodmourningpodcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In our news wrap Monday, new winter storms are bearing down on both coasts, the U.S. and South Korea launched their biggest joint military drills in years provoking furious protests from North Korea, Australia will buy as many as five nuclear-powered attack submarines from the United States to counter China's growing naval reach and an FBI survey shows hate crimes surged in 2021. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders