For more than 4 out of 10 new moms in the United States, postpartum care is covered by Medicaid. But when coverage ends after 60 days, these mothers are left vulnerable to some of the most dangerous complications of childbirth.CHA Director of Government Relations Paulo Pontemayor and Kinda Serafi, J.D., Partner at Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP, discuss tax-payer benefits to closing the gap, advocating for expansion and the impact communities would see if postpartum coverage was permanently extended. ResourcesCHA's “Medcaid Makes it Possible” WebpageCHA's Maternal Health Webpage
How are we able to gain traction without unity? How are traditional Bible-believing Christians different from Progressive Christians? How do we close the ever-widening gap between true believers? And how does the outside world view Christianity? Belief statements, unified responses, and Biblical responses to the culture war are just a few we discuss.
In this episode Fin and Jane discuss the pupil disadvantage gap, with a particular focus on the recent GCSE and A-level results. ‘How to close the disadvantage gap' Sketchnote: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1UhNDkYZxpPXmGqxJDaCqPzhBgB8MUEVZ/view?usp=sharing Subscribe to ImpactPlus today: www.impact.wales/impactplus Hosts: Finola Wilson and Jane Miller Producer: Darren Evans Visit us at: www.impact.wales Music: Power Shutoff by Craig MacArthur --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/impacthome/message
With debate continuing federally and across the nation on an indigenous voice to parliaments, the South Australian minister for Aboriginal Affairs is heading all over the state to consult on what that voice might look like to South Australia's parliament, and shares how last Friday's indigenous affairs ministers' meeting in Adelaide went on Closing the Gap in health and other outcomes for indigenous people
The joint council for Closing the Gap has met in Adelaide for the first time since 2021 and sent a strong message about the referendum not holding back progress. It's the first meeting with the new Labor government and with Linda Burney in the co-chair role.
Music is a demanding industry to crack. It's competitive, and making a career from it may seem impossible to reach for many. Black Indigenous and people of colour in the live music industry face the typical challenges while dealing with racism and discrimination. The Closing The Gap research study by the Canadian Live Music Association was undertaken to examine these barriers that impede the participation of BIPOC folks. We have the project consultant Nicole Auger to tell us all about it. https://www.canadianlivemusic.ca/closing-the-gap
This week the fellas start of The Battle of The Vibes with the best songs of the show. They discuss certain aspects of themselves and get into how they maneuver in life. Sam's Songs: Jack James -- What You Want Jaheim -- Just In Case Sho's Songs: Davionne -- Woah There Tink -- Goofy --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/itslitboston/support
Craig continues in our study of the book of Colossians. This week he unpacks how to close the gap between talking the talk and walking the walk as followers of Jesus – in the up-close and personal places where it's virtually impossible to hide it.
With an epidemic lack of open, honest, and engaged communication in relationships between men and women today, it's no wonder we're also witnessing chronic levels of isolation in men. We dive into studies and guidance from professionals to help unpack what can be done to bring harmony back to these relationships, and cure the isolationist mindset for good.
How do we use the wealth of the organization experientially, philosophically, and clinically to drive meaningful outcomes for the millions of people that we serve? In this episode of the Outcomes Rocket, we are honored to have the president and CEO of Intermountain Healthcare, pediatric critical care physician, and recognized leader in healthcare transformation: Marc Harrison! He shares how she started in medicine, the journey from physician to a leadership role, and how his leadership style has always been impact-driven. He also touches upon the social determinants of health, the challenges they went through during the COVID-19 pandemic as a health organization, the changes the US health system should have in the future, and what leaders in this industry should be like. Tune in to this wonderful conversation about what Intermountain Healthcare is doing to increase physician collaboration, leading to better patient outcomes! Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health
Blame and excuse are as old as man. From the beginning, mankind has had a tendency to make excuses and blame others for failure. All too often, we sit and rot in a prison that only we have a key to. As long as we continue to blame others for our captivity, we will continue to rot there. We cannot always choose what will happen to us, but there will always be a range of options when choosing how we respond to what happens to us.Eastland is a Place to BelongEastland Baptist Church is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. We are a welcoming and close-knit family community that loves to care for each other through the Church. We strongly believe in loving one another and supporting each other and our neighbors. Our members don't just attend our Church, they feel a strong sense of belonging.Join Us Find service times and our location at https://www.eastlandbaptist.org/join. Connect with UsWebsite: https://www.eastlandbaptist.orgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/eastlandbaptisttulsaInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/eastlandbaptistTo support the ministry of Eastland Baptist Church, tap here: https://www.eastlandbaptist.org/give.
Steelers insiders Brian Batko and Ray Fittipaldo report from training camp and analyze the quarterback competition and more. Is Mason Rudolph making a case to stick around? And can WR George Pickens live up to the hype? Music from https://filmmusic.io "RetroFuture Clean" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
Ethan Hoover & Matthew Maher tease out Season 2's topic: The Church Then & Now (Closing the Gap). Listen in as they briefly talk about the overarching thread they will discuss during this next season."Just because it happened in 'Church history' does not mean it was the DNA of the Church biblically."Resources:When Did The Church Begin? https://www.gotquestions.org/when-did-the-church-begin.htmlWhy Is It Important To Be Familiar With Church History? https://www.gotquestions.org/church-history.htmlLearn More: To learn more about the podcast and your hosts, visit our website.Looking to sponsor Rechurched? Apply to be a sponsor!
Our farmers feed the whole country. And in the face of rising of goods in our markets, how do we get produce from the farms to our tables in a cost-efficient way that also empowers our farmers? Economists and agricultutre advocates Jerik Cruz and Majo Muyrong propose "Bayan-Anihan." From the "A Better Normal" podcast. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, host Ken Goldberg explains where we are in the new bear market, and where we might be going. Then, Ken gives a DSE Alert with buy and sell parameters.To learn more, visit: https://dsetrading.com/Listen to more episodes on Mission Matters:https://missionmatters.com/author/ken-goldberg/
Jeané Sunseri-Warp (@jeane6), captain of the US Women's Beach Soccer National Team (@ussoccer_ent) and CaliBSC (@calibeachsoccerclub), joins the show to talk about how far our women have come since the program's beginning! Jeané highlights the feeling of taking home the trophy after winning in El Salvador with the National Team, and the amazing growth Europe has to offer for a lot of American players. If you have a second, please subscribe/follow and leave a rating/review on whatever platform you're listening on and follow Full On Beach Soccer on social media for more beach soccer content. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fullonbeachsoccer/support
“Tomorrow, I'm going to ________.” How do you fill in that blank? Are your intentions to wake up earlier? Go for a jog before work? Start looking for more fulfilling work? Spend more time with your family? No matter how much we “intend” to do something, statistics say that 60-70% of the time, we don't follow through. It's called the Intention Behavior Gap. And if you really want to create change in your life, you have to find a way to close that gap. Today on The Bridge to Fulfillment, Blake explains why we so often fall into this trap, and why it feels so hard to create a bridge between inaction and change. In this episode, you'll learn how to turn good intentions into great results by aligning actions and resources in order to accomplish your goals. You'll learn how to create movement and ride on the heels of that momentum, rather than blaming your circumstances or making excuses. And, if you find that you don't have the tools or knowledge, or you don't know what the right next steps are to create the change you're looking for, then the first step becomes identifying who can help you and reaching out. Nothing will change until we do. The power is in your hands. What You'll Learn: Understanding the “Intention Behavior Gap” (1:24) What it takes to create change (2:28) How to close the gap and create movement (3:23) The real barrier between where we are and where we want to be (4:27) How you can create change right now (5:36) Favorite Quotes: When you're thinking about creating change, it doesn't just take energy. It takes overcoming very normal biological fears of the unknown. The longer we sit in either fear or procrastination, the more likely we are to stay there. We create our own suffering by holding on to things we don't want. The only barrier in life is the one you believe. And often, that barrier is actually you. Additional Resources: Rather than hoping the grass will be greener, identify what the RIGHT next step is. We can help you do just that. Get clarity on where you are on your journey to career fulfillment, where you're headed, optional paths to get there, and the right next step to take. Start your complimentary, Personalized Career Fulfillment Plan by going to www.thebridgetofulfillment.com/plan Want free resources to set your job search up for success? You can get them by going to: http://www.thebridgetofulfillment.com/mistakes
On this week's SciFiles, your hosts Chelsie and Daniel interview Jamie Liebold. This research explores Gap Junctional Intercellular Communication (GJIC) as a bioindicator of cancer. Cells use GJIC for the signaling of proteins and stresses. When a cell is stressed, it will close its gap junctions, signaling uncontrolled cell proliferation. These experiments have specifically focused on using GJIC to determine the carcinogenic effects of PFAS compounds. PFAS compounds are a classification of compounds of particular environmental concern, as they have been found in the water and soil of the Great Lakes region in high abundance.If you're interested in talking about your MSU research on the radio or nominating a student, please email Chelsie and Danny at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check The Sci-Files out on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube!
Welcome to another episode of Spilling the Beans! This week I'm back at Orange Spot Coffee sitting down with my good friend Pat Precourt. Pat is one of the utmost experts on personal development, mindset, and behavioral patterns in human beings. We've known each other for years now and he's made a huge impact on my life and the lives of other high achievers that I know. I'm super excited for this conversation. //SAY HI TO PAT Instagram: @patrickprecourt Website: https://patrickprecourt.com/ YouTube: @Patrick Precourt Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1338765701
Youth Pastor Javier Velasquez goes deep on what really makes the difference in leading young adults (Hyphen), How to lead with lasting influence, Why relevant relationships impact and How young people view acceptance. He also explains on what defines a strong youth ministry, How to avoid compromising and How understanding temperaments can help you lead better. He shares helpful insights for first time youth leaders, Leading longterm and what it means for the next generation, the importance of a successor and keeping leadership development on-going. Connect with Javier Velasquez: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/javier.velasquez.56 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jovenescontraelmundo/ Connect with J.Gallegos: Links: https://linktr.ee/j.gallegos Email: email@example.com
The first step to achieving anything, is first becoming self aware of what you want. Then, slowly and incrementally... you close the gap. For Mike, he describes how he did this with his music. In his mind, he knew what sound he wanted for 'the highs', however it was not an immediate result. Over the course of several years, he closed the gap more and more until the sound was achieved, as he heard it in his mind.
058 Closing the Gap - Ephesians 2:15-22 Our greatest enemy is God Himself! By our actions we have declared war on God. This is a war we cannot win. In this sermon we explore the great lengths that God went to in order to reconcile us to Himself. The only questions that we remain for us are: are we at peace with God? Have we been reconciled to Him? Preached to Galveston Bible Church on February 21, 2021 by Teaching Pastor Jason Dohring. https://www.galvestonbible.org https://www.facebook.com/galvestonbible
On average, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders have lower levels of education, employment and income than non-Indigenous Australians and will die nine years earlier than the rest of the population. Given this nearly decade-long gap in life expectancy legal advocates are taking their fight to lower the pension age to the full federal court.
Karen Chellew and Catherine Shanahan are the founders of My Divorce Solution, a divorce preparation platform team that includes a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA) and Legal Liaison (LL). Having both experienced divorce, they combined their professional experiences in the financial and legal world to develop the MDS Financial Portrait™, which endeavors to erase the confusion and frustration you have been facing during the divorce process. Karen and Catherine share insights about their services - they talk about how they build each client's Portrait, how their process works, and how they help clients move on. During the divorce process, there is often a gap between financial analysis and legal requirements. Financials mostly focus on data, which is only helpful in litigation and in processing a divorce if you have the documentation to support it. Not knowing what you have, what you need, what you want, and what your options are is a detriment to yourself - you can't make smart decisions if you don't have the proper information. My Divorce Solution prides themselves on their symmetry in documentation - they have flowing communication with every professional involved in their client's divorce process, and share information so that things progress smoothly without any confusion, Divorce does not define who you are. It is a chapter in your story, and you get to define who you are moving forward. Resources Karen Chellew on LinkedIn Catherine Shanahan on LinkedIn Phone: +215-486-8347 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org My Divorce Solution | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | Facebook | YouTube We Chat Divorce Podcast Stacy Francis on LinkedIn | Twitter Email: email@example.com FrancisFinancial.com Reach out to receive a complimentary consultation! Contact Francis Financial at +212-374-9008 or visit Francis Financial today!
On this episode of The Go Crazy Podcast Danny and Bart sit down and discuss the process they've gone through to move in the direction of their ideal selves, and summarize it in short, actionable steps that you can replicate. With stories that give more background on how they've learned some of their most important lessons, we hope this episode proves there is no such thing as an overnight success and everyone has greatness inside of them. Follow Bart @bear_lee_runningFollow Danny @dannygoescrazyFollow The Go Crazy Brand @thegocrazybrandFollow The Go Crazy Podcast @thegocrazypodcastShop The Go Crazy Brand at thegocrazybrand.com
On today's episode, host Jeff Pfitzer talks with Cheri Benjamin about her life and journey of how she got into Real Estate. She is now a member of a new platform called ‘Closing the Gap'; It is about bridging the generational divide. Cheri regards every agent she meets as a new or existing leader. She emphasizes how if you are just entering the industry, you are a leader and that is the mindset you must have. Tune in now. Episode Highlights: Cheri owns a brokerage firm and their headquarters is in Atlanta; They have around 400 agents. They are in Georgia, Florida, Maryland, DC, and Virginia and they are in the midst of expansion. What a lot of people aren't realizing is, over the next couple of years, you are going to see a lot of contraction, and especially in the mortgage business and it's going to happen in the real estate business, says Jeff. Real Estate is a business where you are growing your vendors or your partners. You do need to find people with the right mindset and have the partnership mentality, because that is the key, says Jeff. Cheri talks through different types of deals and how you should be approaching them. What happens if you advise your client to shop? Cheri's sister's brokerage called Cole Realty Group, started this with Zillow. A lot of people don't realize that the panel speaker is actually a Zillow coach. “Less than 5% of agents are black and brown in the entire United States”, Cheri states. Jeff was at the National Association of Real Estate brokers. He loved it. We just have a lot to catch up with all of that lack of education. What about marketing events? Cheri' shares about a friend of hers and his approach to them. Cheri had a team of 46, and that is a lot to manage. It's much easier for her to have a brokerage of 400 than a team of 46- It's all leverage. What does leverage and at the brokerage level? Cheri's biggest year in growth was from her New Year's resolution. She always made her New Year's resolution in October because that is part of her business planning and her life planning, and everything else. Diversity in all forms is beautiful; That is how we learn, and that is how we grow. 3 Key Points: The Real Estate industry is very old school and there are a lot of old school leaders teaching new school agents the wrong way. Jeff and Cheri discuss the differences. The politics behind business and politics behind Real Estate affects investment and communities. Right before COVID hit, Cheri bought this company. It was a lot to take on, but they have grown it. She shares about the journey. Resources Mentioned: Lab Coat Agents | Website | Facebook | Facebook Group | Twitter | Instagram Jeff Pfitzer | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter Follow Up Boss (Sponsor) Street Text (Sponsor) Cheri@villagepremier.com https://www.instagram.com/cheribenjamin/?hl=en https://www.facebook.com/cheriballen
On this week's SciFiles, your hosts Chelsie and Daniel interview Maddy Eischer. As a student pursuing a dual degree in Apparel & Textile Design and Genomics & Molecular Genetics, Maddy has long felt the societal pressure to pick one of her passions in school and in a future career. Instead of choosing between these two dichotomous interests, Maddy has managed to use her research to highlight the interconnection between the arts and the sciences by investigating scientific advancements in textiles as well as by designing and creating a collection of five unconventional and fashionable lab coats. This research explores the struggle to pick a career path, the importance of fashion and textiles in all facets of life, and the concept of professionalism and individuality within medical and scientific spaces.If you're interested in talking about your MSU research on the radio or nominating a student, please email Chelsie and Danny at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check The Sci-Files out on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube!
We'll have a wonderful chat with Amanda Osario , Supervisor of curriculum & instruction for early childood education in Hillsborough County schools in Florida . Thank you Waterford .org for this introduction. Visit ace-ed.org, SELtoday.org and teacher-retention.com to see all our work PLUS We're excited to be working on the inaugural Excellence in Equity Awards, which will help us spotlight and celebrate high-impact work across K-12 education.Head to ace-ed.org/awards to find all the information and nominate before June 30! Email email@example.com with questions.
In 2021, Georgia ranked 49th in access to behavioral health services. Children and youth have been particularly affected by the shortage of providers; longer wait lists to receive mental health services are contributing to increases in crisis-level care and visits to the emergency department. The Center for Interrelational Science and Pediatrics, in partnership with the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities and Resilient Georgia is engaged in statewide efforts to train and support Georgia's behavioral health workforce with trauma and resiliency-informed wellness interventions.
This is a touchy subject but we got to talk about it this generation of kids seem to find excuses for everything but in order for them to be the new leaders of the world they have to be comfortable with competing and being compared to others Check out this really great clip a Closing The Gap podcast hosted by Willbert Hamiton a financial expert and the founder of Hamilton Wealth Advisors featuring retired NFL star Otis Leverette
Evan Keast (AKA Tulip) and Jordan Castro (AKA Poopie) are two of the co-founders of Doodles, one of the leading profile picture projects (PFP) in the NFT space. The collection of 10,000 generative NFTs has amassed more than 102,700 ETH in sales volume ($305,016,749) since its launch in October 2021. Doodles features original art created by third co-founder, Scott Martin (AKA Burnt Toast), who produced hundreds of unique visual traits for the collection. While many avatar projects market themselves as community-centered, Doodles has been about empowering their community from the very start. The team is all about working to bridge the gap between URL and IRL with multi-city takeovers, activations, installations, and more. In this episode we cover:The importance of building community through IRL eventsThe team's SXSW activation with ShopifyHow founders can avoid bots when launching a projectHow the Doodles DAO ecosystem functions The founders' longterm visions for DoodlesTo listen to the audio version of this episode, go to http://smarturl.it/nftnowTo sign up for the nft now newsletter where we break down the NFT market into actionable insights each week, go to: https://www.nftnow.com To follow Evan Keast on Twitter, go here: https://twitter.com/evankeastTo follow Jordan Castro on Twitter, go here:https://twitter.com/poopieTo follow Evan Keast on Instagram, go here: https://instagram.com/evankeast To follow Jordan Castro on Instagram, go here: https://instagram.com/jordan.f.castro See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
After Greg Hall, M.D. started volunteering in his community, he was tapped by the Governor's office to join the Ohio Committee on Minority Health. That was the beginning of his growing expertise on the health disparities between African-Americans and other racial groups. Reading research study after research study, he noticed a correlation between the nutritional deficits most common among African-Americans and the diseases that have the most devastating impacts on Black life expectancy. His research lead to the creation of Sequence Multi-Vitamins specifically designed to enhance African-American health. His book, Patient-Centered Care for African-Americans is a trailblazer in providing guidance to doctors, medical school students and hospital residents. A second edition is already being prepared. Most recently, Dr. Hall was named Medical Director of University Hospital's Cutler Center for Men and will oversee a multidisciplinary approach to improving all men's health. Dr. Hall and his wife Melanie have three adult children. He drops a lot of great knowledge and humor throughout our conversation. Make sure you subscribe to the 365 Brothers YouTube Channel. Excerpts that didn't make it into the official episode will drop later this week. Favorite song: Family Reunion by the O'Jays Favorite words: "Life's most persistent and urgent question is "What are you doing for others?" - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Instagram @365brothers Are you our next guest? - Let's talk. Support us! 365 Brothers on Patreon. Special thanks to our earliest and consistent supporters, Sonji Walker, Abigail Gonzalez, William C. Hamilton, Jr. and Shedrick Sanders!!! Check out Alitu for more ease editing, polishing and publishing your podcast. About this podcast: In each episode, a Brother reflects on his life; explores the experience of being a Black man in America; shares his interactions with law enforcement; and answers the signature question "If America was a woman, what would you say to her? You won't find a collection of conversations with Black men like this anywhere else. Hear their wisdom. Be inspired. Host, Rahbin Shyne, is an author, educator, creative and avid half-marathon walker. https://www.linkedin.com/in/365brothers/
We need both old and young to partner together in order to bring as many as possible to a life restoring relationship with Jesus Christ. This week at EB we celebrated Senior Sunday, honoring our high school graduates, and Chris shared a lesson about bridging the generational gap and the importance that it has to the church.
In this episode, Joseph Lewin chats with Ray Ferralez , President of Smarketing, LLC., all about micro marketing. We go into detail about how sales and marketing can work closely together to create a better experience for B2B customers and ultimately increase revenue. Learn more about Ray and SMarketing, LLC,.: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ramon-ray-ferralez-695a341b/ Show ads: Learn more about The Brand Compass Course: https://bit.ly/3BQZhrp Learn more about Thrive Themes: https://bit.l y/3txeIlH
Highlights from this week's conversation include:Max's career journey and role today (2:56)Hitting the limits of traditional BI (11:06)The most influential technology (14:34)Merging with BI and visualization (17:35)Two thoughts on real-time (21:02)Defining BI (24:53)How many have actually achieved self-serve BI (29:54)How preset.io fits in the BI architecture of today (32:36)How to use preset.io to expose analytics (35:23)The analytics process to power something like embedded (42:45)Opportunities that exist right now in the BI market (44:53)Commoditization in visualizations across business models (47:58)What it felt like to create data tooling (51:34)The Data Stack Show is a weekly podcast powered by RudderStack, the CDP for developers. Each week we'll talk to data engineers, analysts, and data scientists about their experience around building and maintaining data infrastructure, delivering data and data products, and driving better outcomes across their businesses with data.RudderStack helps businesses make the most out of their customer data while ensuring data privacy and security. To learn more about RudderStack visit rudderstack.com..
Does fulfilling your deepest desires sound like a pipe dream? If so, you're not alone – many of us think executing our vision would take too much time or energy, or that doing so is simply impossible. We don't always see or honor the gap between our desire and our ability to execute. And this “desire gap” can be the root cause of a lot of suffering. But many times, our dreams are not beyond our reach, we just have to figure out why we're behaving as though they are. In this episode, you'll discover the truth behind your “not yet” pattern and learn how to close the gap between your desire and the doability of your goals. Show Highlights Include: What the tragic story of an injured soccer player can teach you about the gap between desire and doability (3:35) The “sticky story problem” that creates mental rigidity and stops you from taking action towards your dreams (11:17) How to spot and destroy the fake rules stopping you from closing your desire gap (12:57) Why you should stop being a “lone ranger” when it comes to reaching your goals (15:07) How to overcome the “not yet” pattern that kills your dreams (17:17) **FREE WORKSHOP, RESOURCES, & SOCIAL LINKS*** REGISTER HERE FOR A FREE WORKSHOP: Get out of that rut (and get your groove back with 5 simple shifts): https://brilliant-balance.com/rut/ Interested in coaching with Brilliant Balance? Schedule an exploratory call here: www.brilliant-balance.com/schedule Subscribe to The Brilliant Balance Weekly and we'll deliver it to your digital doorstep each Tuesday: www.brilliant-balance.com/weekly Need a few moments of peace? Listen to our free 5 Minute Meditation:www.brilliant-balance.com/breathe/ Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/brilliant_balance Join our private Facebook Group:www.facebook.com/groups/281949848958057 30 Days to Vibrant Energy: www.brilliant-balance.com/energy
This week Jane is joined by Kerrie Evans from the Chelsea Women's Supporters Group and Rob Pratley from the CFCW Social to look back on Chelsea's 3-0 win over Everton in the WSL. We discuss; key players returning to fitness, importance of scoring early, controlling the game and importance of winning these games in hand. Plus we look ahead to Sunday's FA Cup Quarter-Final clash with Leicester City at Kingsmeadow. You can follow Kerrie on Twitter @KerrieEvans and Rob @RJPJournalism You can find more information about the Women's Football Fan Collective on Twitter @wffancollective. To join our fantasy football league head to ShePlays | Fantasy Football Competition and enter the league code WTMKCFCTo listen to our special series, My Daughter The Professional, sign up today at- https://www.patreon.com/wenttomowkingsmeadow Subscribe to our YouTube channel- https://www.youtube. com/channel/UCK8K2nPoZlH0xqVP_W1I-DQJoin our Discord community via this link https://discord.gg/jVbHw2dJzKFollow us on Twitter @MowKingsmeadow, Dean @DeanMears, Jane @JaneChappellx and Dayne @dwhitt9You can follow us on Instagram @wenttomowkingsmeadow See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Being a Royal Priest is not contingent upon your behavior, but it’s still important in being an EFFECTIVE Royal Priest. It’s not about having perfect behavior, either. Pastor Zach talks about closing the gap between what we believe and how we behave and the way to do that is truly listening to what the Father says. All too often we try to be a priest without spending time with the Father and that’s when it becomes a bad form of […] The post Royal Priests | Closing the Gap | Zach Backues appeared first on Victory Life Church.
On this edition of the Arsenal Vision Post Match Podcast, Elliot (@yankeegunner) is joined by Clive (@clivepafc), Tim (@stillberto) and Paul (@poznaninmypants) to discuss a solid performance against Liverpool that was just missing the final ball. There's obviously a focus on some exceptional performances, namely Martinelli and Partey, plus a few of the moments where Arsenal failed to capitalize on some openings. The tactical tweaks are discussed including what made the first and second halves a bit different. Then there's a discussion of the subs, the upcoming fixture list as well as the England call ups. All that and more on this edition of the Arsenal Vision Post Match Podcast. Signup for our Patreon at patreon.com/arsenalvisionpodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices