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Rev. Michael Holmen's Sermons
220807 Sermon on God making me (Pentecost 9) August 7, 2022

Rev. Michael Holmen's Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022


 Audio recordingSermon manuscript:The first article of the Creed says, “I believe in God the Father almighty, maker of heaven and earth.” One of the most important parts of my job is to teach this. What does it mean that God is the maker of heaven and earth? A couple years ago I started to change the way that I teach this. For the first 10 years or so of being a pastor I really focused on what happened long ago. For all of us, I think, when we hear the word “creation” we think of stuff that happened a long time ago. Bible believing Christians then think about how creation is different from evolution. God created the world. Existence is not the product of chance or the survival of the fittest. I used to focus mainly combatting this alternate understanding of evolution, which is so powerful and persuasive in today's world. But, a couple years ago, I started to shift my energy and focus towards a different aspect of God being the maker of heaven and earth. My teacher for this was our humble little catechism. You might recall what it says when it explains this first article of the Creed: “I believe that God has made me.” There you have something that is not in the past It is right now. How often do you think of that? God has made you. Probably not that often. We are very thoroughly trained to think of ourselves as being the result of an egg and a sperm and a whole bunch of natural processes. We just kind of show up. How different it is to think of God the Father almighty wanting you to exist, and, therefore, deliberately bringing that about. Our catechism goes on: “He has given me my body and soul, eyes, ears, and all my members, my reason and all my senses, and still takes care of them.” God made you; God gave you your body. That's a great gift. So often we think of our bodies with a tremendous harshness. Our bodies don't measure up to other bodies that we see. Our bodies are ugly compared to others. Many of us then come to hate our bodies. That's a shame. “Oh, what peace we often forfeit; Oh, what needless pain we bear.” Your body is a gift from God. It's wonderful. Even if your body were to become severely disabled with many parts ceasing to function, it would still be wonderful. It's God's gift to you and your body is even a gift to us. God gives you the gift of your soul, your reason, your senses, your personality. What a gift this is too! You can see and understand. You can laugh and cry. You can be a blessing and make the others around you happy by virtue of the way that you are. Unfortunately, here, too, it is common for people to trash this part of themselves. They wish they were smarter. They wish they were funnier. They wish that they were more outgoing. It is as though we are taught that there is one right way to be. There is one right body that everyone is supposed to have. There is one right personality. We are all supposed to be smart, charming, funny, talkative, cool, popular, and so on. When we're not all these things, (and, frankly, nobody can be all these things), we suck. The spirit that causes us to run ourselves down like this is not a good spirit. It is an evil spirit. Evil spirits do not want us to be joyful. They most especially do not want us to be thankful. How long has it been since you praised your Creator for making you, for giving you your body, for giving you your soul? These are tremendous expressions of love from God to you. We should thank and praise him—it's good and right so to do. But the evil spirits do not want us to be thankful. What they want is for us to be covetous. Coveting is when you are dissatisfied with what God has given to you, and so you want what you see in others. Your body sucks because others have better ones. Your mind sucks because others are smarter. Your personality sucks because you are not popular. Supposedly this coveting, this dissatisfaction, can bring about something positive if you do it right. I'm not so sure. Maybe the best case scenario is that you work up such a hatred of yourself, of how bad you are, that you embark on a ruthless self-improvement campaign. You diet. You study. You read books about how to be charming. But even this best case scenario isn't very good. There's no end to coveting. You might think you'd be happy if only you were such and such a weight. You might think you'd be satisfied if you got such and such an award or recognition. Nope. You'll keep coveting. You'll keep hating yourself for not being as good as you-name-it. But this is not so much self-hatred as it is a hating of your Creator. You might think you're hating yourself, but really you're hating the one who made you the way that you are. You've become blind to his goodness. You're deaf to his messages of love. The gifts he gives you with your wonderful body and with your wonderful soul are messages of his love. There are more messages of love. Our catechism goes on: “He also gives me clothing and shoes, food and drink, house and home, wife and children, land, animals, and all I have. He richly and daily provides me with all that I need to support this body and life.” I mentioned already how we are prone to think of ourselves as the uniting of sperm and egg and a whole bunch of natural processes so that we just kind of show up by accident. We do the same kind of thing with this list of things that have to do with sustaining this body and life. We don't think of our clothing and shoes, food and drink, house and home coming from God as messages of his love to us. We think we have these things because of our money. We have money because we work hard and we're smart. If we worked harder and were smarter we'd have even more money. Maybe if we just worried more, if we could just get to the bottom of things for why we don't have more money, then we'd have a lot more money. With more money we'd have even better clothing and shoes, tastier food and drink, a more comfortable house and home. What we need is more money. We don't need God; we need more money. The same evil spirits that are behind our abusive talk with our bodies and our souls are at work here. That evil spirit said, “You don't need God. You need a smoking hot body.” “You don't need God. You need to be smarter or more charming.” So also here: “You don't need God; you need more money.” What is the action plan behind all these things? We've already mentioned it. You need to be hard on yourself. You need to worry more. You need to worry more about your lousy body so that you finally work up the self-hatred to make yourself a better one. You need to worry more about your lousy personality. You need to worry more about your lousy shameful house, and your ugly junky car, and your miserable dead-end job that isn't getting you nearly the amount of money that you should be getting. “Then you'll be happy,” these depressing, evil spirits say. “The more you worry, the harder you'll try, the happier you'll be!” What incredibly different advice we are given by our Lord and Master, Jesus, this morning! Over and over and over he says “Don't worry.” The opposite. Don't worry about clothing and shoes, food and drink, house and home. That's the opposite of what we are otherwise supposed to do. We're taught to never be satisfied, always to be worried, always to be chasing more. There's another thing that's the opposite too, and this also, I think, is highly significant. Jesus says that you are valuable. “Consider the ravens,” he says. “God feeds them. How much more valuable are you than birds!” And again, “Consider the flowers. You're more valuable than they are.” It is because you are valuable to God that you should not worry. What do you do with the things that you treasure, with what you think is valuable? You protect them and care for them. “You are valuable,” Jesus says, so won't God, who values you, also take care of you, “O you of little faith?!” “But,” you might be saying to yourself, “I'm not valuable.” How powerful this thought is! The evil spirit certainly want you to believe that with your whole heart. They want you to believe that you suck; end of story. But it's not just the evil spirits. The thought that you are not valuable is powerful because there are some very powerful arguments that seem to prove just that. We've done some terrible things. We've perhaps stretched our bodies with poor eating so that it will never come back into shape. We've perhaps pickled our bodies with drink, but our drinking has had an even worse effect on our souls. These sins and others like them are obvious to anyone and everyone as being bad. The damage is obvious. But there's more: there's also God's commandments that we've broken. The problem that is created by not keeping God's commandments is less obvious to folks, but our breaking of his commandments is an even more powerful reason for us to say to ourselves that we are not valuable. But how you value yourself is one thing. How God values you is another. You might not see value in yourself, but you're not the only one who gets a say. There's somebody who's better at appraising than you. That someone is God. He valued us even when we were dead and lost in our trespasses and sins. His value, his love of us, prompted him from eternity to send his Son to suffer and die to redeem our poor bodies and souls. There is no one for whom Christ didn't die, so there is no one who isn't redeemed. All are valued by God. Since all are valued by God, you are valued too. Because God values you, you should not worry. God will give you your clothing and shoes, food and drink, house and home, and all that is needed to support this body and life. We could even go one step further, perhaps, following Jesus's advice if we dare. He says we should sell our possessions and give them to those who have need. But that might be a little too advanced for us right now. We'll get there eventually, but we have some re-wiring to do. We need to think differently in our daily life. We are prone to keep God far, far away. We don't need God; we need a smoking hot body. We don't need God; we need more money. What we need, in fact, is God, then all these other things will come as well. So, very practically speaking, what should you think about?  The first thing I want you to bring to mind this week is that you are valuable to God. Set aside any self-hatred. What you think of yourself is really beside the point. Who cares what you think? What matters is what God thinks. And God says you're valuable to him. You're so valuable to him that he sent his Son to redeem you. You are valuable to him so he will take care of you. Jesus very emphatically teaches this in our Gospel reading today. The other thing I want you to think about is that God is sending you messages of love all the time, every day. Let the sun shine and nourishing rains speak to you that God loves you. Think of this with all the pleasures of life. He gives you this little pleasure or that. Let the pleasure of food be God's gift to you. Let the pleasure of drink, even, or perhaps, especially, alcoholic drink, be God's gift to you.  Remember that the goal of the evil spirits is to banish God from your thinking. Open your eyes to the wonders of everyday life and be thankful to your Creator. Thankfulness is the antidote to coveting. Coveting is when you look at what God has given to you and you are so dissatisfied with it. You look at what he has given to others and you wish that that had been given to you. The antidote to this extremely powerful spiritual poison is thankfulness. Thankfulness comes from correctly understanding God's message to you first and foremost and unmistakably in the Gospel. Then also in all the other gifts that he gives you. Finally, to sum up again so that you don't forget: 1) You are valuable to God. You, with your body and soul, are valuable, regardless of how you might appraise yourself. 2) God gives you messages of his love everyday with all the good things he gives you. Hear that message and be glad.

LIV Laff Golf Podcast
Begun, The Court War Has

LIV Laff Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 32:27 Very Popular


The shroud of the PGA Tour's dark side has fallen! The legal war for the future of golf has begun in the form of Mickelson v. PGA Tour, Inc. LLG's resident lawyer desertduffer is back with OTP Lefty and JScore to recap the initial skirmishes at pro golf's legal Lexington and Concord, to predict what might come next, and to remind you that the good stuff is always in the exhibits.

Another Book on the Shelf
100 - 100th Episode Hangout Celebration

Another Book on the Shelf

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 58:27


It's our 100th episode! We're celebrating by talking about all our favourite moments from the podcast over the last few years, including our favourite episodes, interviews, and books. The podcast has evolved a lot since we started and we've both expanded our reading — which was the entire point! Achievement unlocked. We're so excited to keep growing and evolving. A huge thank you to all of our listeners for sticking with us and helping make this community so amazing! Show Notes: The coffee shop that Jette visited in Concord is Haute Coffee. Be sure to check out Coach House Books, one of our favourite indie Toronto publishers! Have you listened to our top five most listened to episodes? Here they are in order: 1. The Rural Diaries by Hilarie Burton Morgan 2. The Institute by Stephen King 3. Eating the Dinosaur by Chuck Klosterman 4. To Shake the Sleeping Self by Jedidiah Jenkins 5. Another Country by James Baldwin Visit Hay-on-Wye, Wales to visit all the bookstores. Our next episode is all about setting as character. We'll be drawing a bit on our blog post, and exploring more books that fall in this category. Will we talk about Mexican Gothic again? Probably. Keep an eye on our Instagram account so you can join our Little Women watch party! We'll be having two — one for the 1994 adaptation and one for the Greta Gerwig adaptation. Books and Authors Mentioned The Daughter of Doctor Moreau by Silvia Moreno-Garcia These Violent Delights by Chloe Gong Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas Paper Houses by Dominique Fortier Autopsy of a Boring Wife by Renee Marie Lavoie Hawkeye by Matt Fraction & David Aja Fun Home by Alison Bechdel The Impossible Resurrection of Grief by Octavia Cade Be Scared of Everything: Horror Essays by Peter Counter Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn Fairy Tale by Stephen King Sadie by Courtney Summers Paper Girls by Brian K. Vaughn & Cliff Chiang Don't forget to follow us on Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter or email us at hello@anotherbookontheshelf.com. We'd love to hear from you! Sign up for our newsletter and add us to Pinterest!

AMFM247 Broadcasting Network
The Line of Fire - 8/7/22

AMFM247 Broadcasting Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 49:50


Michael L. Brown is the founder and president of FIRE School of Ministry in Concord, North Carolina, Director of the Coalition of Conscience, and host of the daily, nationally, syndicated talk radio show, the Line of Fire, as well as the host of the apologetics TV show, ìAnswering Your Toughest Questions,î which airs on the NRB TV network. He became a believer in Jesus 1971 as a sixteen year-old, heroin-shooting, LSD-using Jewish rock drummer. Since then, he has preached throughout America and around the world, bringing a message of repentance, revival, reformation, and cultural revolution. He holds a Ph.D. in Near Eastern Languages and Literatures from New York University and has served as a visiting or adjunct professor at Southern Evangelical Seminary, Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary (Charlotte), Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Fuller Theological Seminary, Denver Theological Seminary, the Kingís Seminary, and Regent University School of Divinity, and he has contributed numerous articles to scholarly publications, including the Oxford Dictionary of Jewish Religion and the Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament. Dr. Brown is the author of 27 books, including, Our Hands Are Stained with Blood: The Tragic Story of the ìChurchî and the Jewish People, which has been translated into more than twelve languages, the highly-acclaimed five-volume series, Answering Jewish Objections to Jesus, a commentary on Jeremiah (part of the revised edition of the Expositorís Bible Commentary), and several books on revival and Jesus revolution. His newest books are The Grace Controversy: Answers to 12 Common Questions (2016), Breaking the Stronghold of Food: How We Conquered Food Addictions and Discovered a New Way of Living (2017, with Nancy Brown) and Saving a Sick America: A Prescription for Moral and Cultural Transformation(2017). Dr. Brown is a national and international speaker on themes of spiritual renewal and cultural reformation, and he has debated Jewish rabbis, agnostic professors, and gay activists on radio, TV, and college campuses. He is widely considered to be the worldís foremost Messianic Jewish apologist He and his wife Nancy, who is also a Jewish believer in Jesus, have been married since 1976. They have two daughters and four grandchildren.

Facing the Future
CBO Long-Term Budget Outlook: Rising Deficits, Debt and Economic Challenges

Facing the Future

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 44:47


This week on Facing the Future, we have the privilege of hearing from Dr. Phillip Swagel, Director of the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office. The CBO just released its annual long-term budget outlook which shows that after a brief couple of years of shrinking budget deficits, over the long-term the national debt will almost double, leading to restrained economic growth. Concord's chief economist Steve Robinson and policy director Tori Gorman also join the conversation.

NAR’s Center for REALTOR® Development
073: The Shifting Real Estate Market with Leigh Brown

NAR’s Center for REALTOR® Development

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 57:28 Very Popular


In this episode, Leigh Brown asks if you believe we are in a new market shift in real estate. You will be able to get some great insights and suggestions from Leigh as she is one of the most well-known speakers and thought leaders in the real estate industry. She has been selling real estate for several years and is the founder of One Community Real Estate® in Concord, NC. She has written three books, hosts two podcasts, and speaks all over the country. Leigh and Monica discuss the information REALTORS® can get from their MLS, their Chamber of Commerce, as well as the news, in order to inform their clients of the most up to date information. They also discuss the importance of networking, and using data to help make decisions. Leigh insists that REALTORS® need to keep current on changing conditions and educate their buyers and sellers with the most relevant information in order to navigate this market shift.   [2:35] Monica welcomes Leigh Thomas Brown to The Center for Real Estate Development Podcast to talk about The Shift. Leigh compares the shift in real estate now with the shift in '07. [5:23] You have to figure out the new conditions in a shift. In March of 2020, a house that earlier would have sold in minutes was sold in seven days. Now it takes longer. The busiest REALTORS® see the changes in the marketplace first. Once you see them, you need to educate sellers and buyers or you will get behind the REALTORS® who will figure out the shift and leapfrog you. [7:16] In the big recession in 2007, REALTORS® didn't see the shift, didn't get educated quickly enough, and didn't adapt their expectations quickly enough. If you're not dialed in, you can hurt people. [8:11] Monica watches her local group's Facebook pages to stay current with local market conditions. It's also great to see local REALTORS® supporting newer REALTORS®with their experience. [10:43] Going to in-person events allows you to build relationships that will last through your career. Take classes to network with long-time mega-listing agents. There is no better resource for an early-career REALTOR® than a long-time agent who has been through a shift. They know how to conduct themselves when the phones stop ringing and everything seems to be coming apart. [12:46] Leigh tells how she acted in 2007 when her phone stopped ringing. Going to events would have helped her. An experienced agent would have reassured her that houses will still be bought and sold. [13:56] Leigh defines a shift as market conditions that cause people to behave differently in real estate. She notes several market conditions that have happened together. An agent can see a shift first by keeping track of Days on Market and price reductions on MLS. [17:04] Leigh lists some of the conditions defining the current shift, showing how complex the real estate market is. Being a real estate professional doesn't mean being a financial/business expert but you need to be aware of what's happening. It helps you talk to your clients who are also reading the news. Real estate is a financial tool as well as a living and home tool. [17:50] Monica refers to Episode 70, featuring Josh Cadillac, about the different areas that affect the real estate market and how to talk to clients about them. [19:43] Leigh tells how an agent in her office used statistics from MLS. MLS is much more than bedrooms, bathrooms, and prices. Put the best information possible into the MLS so every agent has the information for their clients to create a match. Check out the History button on every comp property. Print it out and attach it to the comp. Highlight all the times it has changed price. [23:55] Let people know markets are fluid in a shift. Also, every house is a combination of condition and price. Look at Feedback on the listing to see more about the house. [26:02] Call your MLS and ask the data person to do training at your brokerage. Learn how to use the Statistical Analysis Module (SAM) to look at the month-over-month of ZIP Codes or neighborhoods to come up with an accurate market value price. You will be the most educated REALTOR® at the table. Most listings occur at the end of the month. Things change every day. [30:01] The future is coming at us quickly. Dig into the data now. Take classes at your MLS or have them come to your brokerage. Learn it now. Only REALTORS® can dig in and analyze the last six weeks of data. The three-month data doesn't matter. Monica shares an anecdote about how they first saw this shift. Using the data is a skill all agents need to have right now. Train your client with the data. [32:30] Look at the NAR profile of home buyers and sellers. Clients want greater transparency. They wish we told the story better. When you're discovering all the data points, explain what they mean to your client. You will have a client that understands where you're coming from. [33:32] Train your clients to understand the data. They will receive it, own it, and make informed decisions about what to do. This is what Monica calls proactive real estate work  If you will set up the systems and do the work proactively, then you won't have a problem later. Leigh reminds us that everything we do has to center on the best outcome for the client and it's up to the client to determine the best outcome. [34:39] One of the top complaints to any state Real Estate Commission is “My REALTOR® made me…” When clients understand the decision they are making, they will not feel pressured to make a bad decision. Give them as much information as possible in writing so they can decide. This also protects you from going against Commission guidelines. The client wants to trust you to act in their interest. [37:18] Leigh shares some best practices. Human behavior, when something doesn't feel right, is to pull back and stop. Agents don't have that luxury. Right now in our marketplace, there are people who need to sell. If we do not effectively tell them how to get out of the market, then we are hurting them. Learn the language of short sales and foreclosures. Leigh explains why. [39:55] Prospecting is not about you. Leigh's father taught her that if you take care of people the right way, money will find you. That's what REALTORS® must remember, going into a market change. Stop thinking about money; think about somebody else's best interest and the money will find you. Pick up the phone and call your contacts to say, “Hi! If you need something, I've got you.” You don't need a script. [44:01] If this time has afforded you a pause and you need to take a month if you have money in the bank and you're OK, then take a break. REALTORS® have worked seven days a week since COVID-19 started. You have to be a businessperson when it comes to your time. That includes putting up guardrails. If you're not rested, you're not capable. Find your balance between work and rest. [47:45] Real estate is not going to stop being wildly competitive. Every pre-licensing school is full. If you want to maintain or grow, you have to make specific business choices. [48:30] Leigh explains how to talk to buyers in a shift. Buyers have a built-in need to win. They've been getting beat up. You have to explain to the buyer that sellers and even banks are not accepting 20%-off offers. They have to get their equity. Banks also sell in bulk deals that exclude individual buyers. Don't wait for a repo.[51:54] Inflation is not over; the monthly payment is lower now than it will be later! Tell buyers to focus on the monthly. The buyer needs to get a pre-approval letter updated for every property they look at. Talk to your buyers about PITI-plus. The “plus” is a buffer for inflation for fuel and food. Talk to your buyers about how they can stay in that house. Your job is to help people think logically about an emotional transaction. [53:41] You should know how long people stay in their houses, on average, in your ZIP Code. Ask your local Chamber of Commerce. Be the person who has the data for your clients. With the right data, people can buy houses. [54:36] If your client insists on making offers at 30% off, refer them to a REALTOR® who is willing to do that; which is why you show up at networking events, to build a stable of amazing REALTORS® who have different business models and mindsets so that, at the end of the day, the client is best served by the REALTOR® who fits what they're looking for. [55:04] Leigh's final word is, Do the work; pay attention to the information, take the classes, train your clients, train your sellers, and keep moving. Without REALTORS®, home ownership dies; the American Dream dies; REALTORS® are the ones doing the work in the field, every day, giving some neighbor the hope that they can buy their first house. [55:48] Monica thanks Leigh Brown for joining the Center for REALTOR® Development podcast! [55:56] Leigh shares three takeaways from this episode: Get education in person, to network. Build your knowledge of statistics and how to use MLS data. Call and care about your clients![56:23] The Center for REALTOR® Development has migrated all of its educational tools to one website: Learning.REALTOR. Contact your local association to see what's happening in your area!   Tweetables:   “We have been through some changes in all of these years and so, when they say The Shift, I'm like, ‘Well, all right, let's see where this new road's going. You know, not a big deal, maybe I'm even glad!' But a lot of our listeners, as crazy as their lives have been, they're not necessarily excited about this!” — Monica   “That was what I felt like on March 13th of 2020. Of course, the COVID-19 lockdown started on Friday the freaking 13th. The phones stopped ringing for a minute and then they started ringing and it was, ‘What do we do?!'” — Leigh   “I got you, baby! I know what to do when the market goes stupid and sideways because I've been through this and frankly I would rather not think about how many years it's been since the shift last time, in '07!” — Leigh   “The managing of expectations is the hardest thing for REALTORS® to adapt to because we see it first. The busiest REALTORS® see it first.” — Leigh   “It's one of the under-sung beauties of REALTOR® world is that there is an actual desire to work together; not collusion,… but from a knowledge, information, expertise, and competence standpoint.” — Leigh   “If you're an early-career REALTOR®, there's no better resource than somebody who has been through this. … They know how to conduct themselves. They know how to maintain a sense of calm and confidence when everything … looks like it's just coming apart at the seams.” — Leigh   “There's a new problem. I'm going to define it and I'm going to help my clients get where they want to go. 100%!” — Monica   “[A shift is] anything in the external market that causes people to behave differently in real estate.” — Leigh   “When you call your MLS, that data person will come to your brokerage and do a training session and show you inside scoops and they love it.” — Leigh   “Because markets are fluid, all you have is your data. So if you take in that month-over-month view of the ZIP Code, you're going to be the most educated REALTOR®at the table.” — Leigh   “When everything goes smoothly, it's not because it just went smoothly, it's because you prepared well and everybody joined in the journey together.” — Monica   “Everything we do has to center on the best outcome for the client.” — Leigh   “Be curious. Ask better questions. What's their need?” — Monica   “Care about your people. Genuinely care about your clients, your friends, and the business will come.” — Leigh   “Until interest rates are higher than the rate of inflation, we're not at the end of the pain for buyers. You've got to tell your buyers, right now is still a good time to buy! It's not going to get easier! It's cheaper, monthly-payment-wise than it will be later! … Focus on the monthly.” — Leigh   “Go back to that [average stay in houses] data and MLS may not have it but your Chamber of Commerce will. … So you know that number, you know the interest rate, you've got your lender on speed-dial, and you're focused on PITI-plus, people can buy houses.” — Leigh   Guest Links:   leighbrown.com  |  leigh@leighbrown.com  |  704.507.5500 Facebook: leighbrownspeaker https://www.facebook.com/LeighBrownSpeaker/ YouTube: leighbrownspeaker https://www.youtube.com/leighbrownspeaker Instagram: leighthomasbrown https://www.instagram.com/leighthomasbrown/ LinkedIn: leighthomasbrown https://www.linkedin.com/in/leighthomasbrown/ On the Clubhouse app: @leighbrown Twitter: https://twitter.com/LeighBrown Podcast: Crazy Sh*t In Real Estate https://www.crazyshitinrealestate.com https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/crazy-sh-t-in-real-estate/id1153262163?mt=2   Great Recession Days on Market MLS ZIP Code Episode 70 with Josh Cadillac Josh Cadillac's website Chamber of Commerce   Additional Links:   Micro courses found at Learning.REALTOR   Crdpodcast.com   Learning.REALTOR for NAR Online Education Training4RE.com — List of Classroom Courses from NAR and its affiliates   crd@nar.realtor   Host Information: Monica Neubauer Speaker/Podcaster/REALTOR® Monica@MonicaNeubauer.com MonicaNeubauer.com FranklinTNBlog.com   Monica's Facebook Page Facebook.com/Monica.Neubauer Instagram Instagram.com/MonicaNeubauerSpeaks   Additional Bio:   Leigh Thomas Brown Certified Professional Speaker™ (CSP®) international keynote speaker who happens to be hilarious in an almost-inappropriate-but-still-family-friendly way. Leigh uses her decades of experience as the go-to expert for REALTORS® to help any organization get on track with goal setting and achievement. She knows the secret to solid relationships with clients to ensure that they keep coming back again and again. She talks fast, and every word of it is gold. Leigh's messages are bold, powerful, and full of a contagious energy that breaks through barriers and skyrockets your organization towards success.   A wife. A mama. A runner, singer, and pianist, who enjoys cooking, gardening, and needlepoint. A child of God and a follower of Jesus. Trying to get life right, one mistake at a time.

Sisters-in-Service
Army Command Sergeant Major (Ret) Cindy Pritchett - Setting the Standard for Service

Sisters-in-Service

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 36:30


   Command Sergeant Major Cynthia A. Pritchett served as the Combined Forces CommandAfghanistan Command Sergeant Major beginning on 9 May 2004 and relinquished her duties on 5 April 2006.   She is the first senior enlisted female to serve as the Command Senior Enlisted Leader ofa sub-unified combatant command in a time of war.  From 9 May 2004 until 5 April 2006, Command Sergeant Major Pritchett was the principle advisor to the Commander, Combined Forces-Afghanistan on all matters concerning joint /combined forces.   A native of Concord, New Hampshire, CSM Pritchett entered the Army on 2 July 1973 as a supply  specialist. During her career she has served in a variety of leadership positions to include: Squad  Leader, Section Sergeant, Platoon Sergeant, Operations Sergeant, First Sergeant, Battalion Command Sergeant Major, Installation Command Sergeant Major, Student and Faculty Battalion  Commander and Combined Arms Center and Ft. Leavenworth Command Sergeant Major.      She also served as a Drill Sergeant, an Army Recruiter, and an Instructor at the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy (USASMA)   CSM Pritchett is a member of the U.S. Army Europe Sergeant Morales Club, the Secretary of the Army's Task Force on Extremist Activities, and Senior Review Panel onSexual Harassment. She served as the Army's Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services (DACOWITS) from 1995-2001.   In March 2009,  CSM Pritchett was inducted into the Army Women's Foundation Hall of Fame; as a multifunctional logistician. In 2014, CSM Pritchett was inducted into the Quartermaster Hall of  Fame. The Quartermaster Hall of Fame program recognizes retired military and civilians who have made lasting, significant contributions to the Quartermaster Corps.    In November 2013, she was honored by Veteran Women Igniting the Spirit of Entrepreneurship (V-WISE) program's "FIRST" initiative. This program is designed to recognize significant FIRSTs for women both in the military and from across society. Representing FIRST achievements themselves  - being honored with the V-WISE First    She is currently on the Board of Directors of the Army Women's Foundation as the first VicePresident; the foundation is the premier center for educational excellence, the national network for today's Army women and a dynamic advocate for telling the history of Army women.    She is a member of the Veteran Women Igniting the Spirit of Entrepreneurship (V-WISE) Advisory Council.   She served on the Board of Directors of The Women in Military Service for America Memorial (WIMSA). Memorial (WIMSA). Support the show

Steve Smith Podcast
Rep Steve Smith 8-2-22

Steve Smith Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 90:31


State Representative Steve Smith (R-Charlestown) is here as we continue the great scone debate of 2022, American Chop Suey Vs Goulash, running for State Rep again, Australia's take on America, he tells the story about when I had him put a bill in for me in Concord, being Deputy Speaker, and lots more. 

Jazz Focus
WETF Show - Rosemary Clooney on Concord, 1988-93

Jazz Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 57:21


Rosemary Clooney - selection of her recordings for Concord from 1988-1993 with Scott Hamilton, Warren Vache, John Oddo, Bucky Pizzarelli, Jeff Hamilton, John Clayton and special appearances by Jack Sheldon and John Pizzarelli --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/john-clark49/support

Focus Concursos
100 Exercícios de Concordância Nominal

Focus Concursos

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 34:16


100 Exercícios de Concordância Nominal

The Bay Church
GENESIS AND JESUS: THE STORY THAT LEADS TO HIM | CONCORD

The Bay Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 74:38


Daily Reflection Podcast
July 31st - A Prayer for All Seasons - Debbie D. (Concord, CA)

Daily Reflection Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 39:40


Join Debbie D.  from Concord, CA, as she shares her experience strength and hope around the Daily Reflections reading for today,  A Prayer for All Seasons.  Great discussion on emotional sobriety crash in recovery. A PRAYER FOR ALL SEASONSGod grant us the serenity to accept the things we cannot change, Courage to change the things we can, And wisdom to know the difference.— TWELVE STEPS AND TWELVE TRADITIONS, p. 125The power of this prayer is overwhelming in that its simple beauty parallels the A.A. Fellowship. There are times when I get stuck while reciting it, but if I examine the section which is troubling me, I find the answer to my problem. The first time this happened I was scared, but now I use it as a valuable tool. By accepting life as it is, I gain serenity. By taking action, I gain courage and I thank God for the ability to distinguish between those situations I can work on, and those I must turn over. All that I have now is a gift from God: my life, my usefulness, my contentment, and this program. The serenity enables me to continue walking forward.Alcoholics Anonymous is the easier, softer way.

The Dr Kevin Show
Paul Brogan - A Sprinkling of Stardust Over the Outhouse

The Dr Kevin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 56:20


Paul Brogan – A Sprinkling of Stardust Over the OuthouseAired Thursday, July 28, 2022 at 3:00 PM PST / 6:00 PM ESTJoin Lori Powers-Otto and myself this week as we interview author Paul Brogan. Paul will be discussing his latest book: A Sprinkling of Stardust over the Outhouse is the long-awaited follow-up to Paul Brogan's highly successful first book, Was That a Name I Dropped? released in 2011.Call-in with your questions: 202-570-7057More about Paul:Paul came out as gay when he was ten in the early 1960s and faced a number of obstacles for doing so. He approached them without losing sight of who he was, eventually winning over the naysayers who urged him to be someone other than himself.A Sprinkling of Stardust is a true story that is rich in detail as it tells Paul's story with humor and heart as well as harsh and sometimes shockingly brutal reality. In the 1980s, playing the starring role in a musical production of Peter Pan, Paul Brogan sang the song “Never Never Land.” The lyrics “I have a place where dreams are born, and time is never planned. It's not on any chart. You must find it with your heart. Never Never Land” had a great deal of meaning to Paul. Frequently he found himself getting choked up as he sang them.After coming out at the age of ten, Paul created his own Never Never Land. It represented a safe haven, a refuge where he could do and be himself. It was a place to which he escaped after being sexually abused, raped, and suffering a series of life-threatening health issues.His latest book is not a sequel to his 2011 best-seller, Was That a Name I Dropped? Instead, it is the rest of the story told in the same frank and honest manner that earned him kudos for the first book.It is funny, sexy, insightful, moving, and will have the viewer turning away in shock and horror in some instances. Ultimately, it is life.Enthusiastic Response to Paul Brogan's WritingWas That a Name I Dropped? is even more rare. It is a must-read, and incredible journey and the fastest and most enticing 532 pages I have enjoyed in years. (Tommy Lightfoot Garrett, Canyon News, June 19, 2011)Paul has now written a top-flight memoir, which has the narrative flow of a Dickensian novel. (David Kaufman, celebrated New York author of Ridiculous! The Theatrical Life and Times of Charles Ludlam [2002] and Doris Day: The Untold Story of the Girl Next Door [2008], May 30, 2011)It was a nice mixture of personal tragedy and high-octane gossip, and of course we all love titillation.” (Rex Reed, columnist, June 8, 2011)I also HIGHLY recommend Was That a Name I Dropped? by Paul Brogan. Paul has known EVERYONE in Hollywood. It is an incredible memoir accounting an incredible journey! (Richard Skipper; celebrated producer, performer, and writer; December 10, 2011) Paul Brogan was born in New Hampshire and grew up enjoying the natural beauty of the state that is nicknamed “The Granite State”. After attending Plymouth State University, he set out on a life adventure that took him, eventually, to Los Angeles where he worked at CBS Television City.Along the way he provided collaborative assistance and research support for two successful books, “Crowning Glory” (1996), the autobiography of celebrated Hollywood Hairstylist to the Stars, Sydney Guilaroff, and “Doris Day, The Untold Story of the Girl Next Door” by David Kaufman (2008). Paul has also written several plays, musicals and screenplaysPaul's first book, “Was That a Name I Dropped?” was released in 2011 and was so successful that it hit number-one on numerous best-seller lists. It was hailed for its frankness.Paul has won numerous awards for his writing and in 2014 won a New Hampshire Press Association Award for his blogging. He currently teaches film classes for the OLLI Program at Granite State College and since 2018 has hosted a television talk show entitled “Capital Area Chats”. His book, “The Concord Theatre and Concord's Love Affair with the Movies” released in 2019 by Plaidswede Publishing, becoming a number-one best-seller.Visit the Dr. Kevin Show page at https://omtimes.com/iom/shows/dr-kevin-show/Connect with Dr. Kevin Ross Emery at http://www.mydrkevin.com/#PaulBrogan #DrKevinRossEmery #TheDrKevinShowSubscribe to our Newsletter https://omtimes.com/subscribe-omtimes-magazine/Connect with OMTimes on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Omtimes.Magazine/ and OMTimes Radio https://www.facebook.com/ConsciousRadiowebtv.OMTimes/Twitter: https://twitter.com/OmTimes/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/omtimes/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/2798417/Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/omtimes/

Kingdom Come
The Gathering In Kittery, ME - House Church Rally meets up in Maine

Kingdom Come

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 49:00


We've been doing regional gatherings at our home here in New Hampshire for the last year.  It started out of friendship and has evolved to include upwards of around 30-40 leadership type folks around the area.  Many of us all have in common, the movement in our area that is ever expanding.  Last weekend in Kittery, ME we had a similar type setting but open the gathering up to anyone who wanted to come and hear about house church.  We had roughly 7 house church homes represented with about 35 folks present.Each time we meet the settings differ as do the outcome.  We were honored today at Kingdom Come to have a friend of the show Steve Leifheit on the program again.  Steve took the lead on setting up the Maine get together which was a nice break for us here in Concord.  His passion for this movement is contagious.  The show we had him on in the past called The Great Spiritual Reset Part 4 is one of our most listened to program's after 3 years!  Thanks for listening and believing in what God is building.  

Focus Concursos
100 Exercícios de Concordância Crase

Focus Concursos

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 28:36


100 Exercícios de Concordância Crase.

AMFM247 Broadcasting Network
The Line of Fire - 8/7/22

AMFM247 Broadcasting Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 49:57


Michael L. Brown is the founder and president of FIRE School of Ministry in Concord, North Carolina, Director of the Coalition of Conscience, and host of the daily, nationally, syndicated talk radio show, the Line of Fire, as well as the host of the apologetics TV show, ìAnswering Your Toughest Questions,î which airs on the NRB TV network. He became a believer in Jesus 1971 as a sixteen year-old, heroin-shooting, LSD-using Jewish rock drummer. Since then, he has preached throughout America and around the world, bringing a message of repentance, revival, reformation, and cultural revolution. He holds a Ph.D. in Near Eastern Languages and Literatures from New York University and has served as a visiting or adjunct professor at Southern Evangelical Seminary, Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary (Charlotte), Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Fuller Theological Seminary, Denver Theological Seminary, the Kingís Seminary, and Regent University School of Divinity, and he has contributed numerous articles to scholarly publications, including the Oxford Dictionary of Jewish Religion and the Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament. Dr. Brown is the author of 27 books, including, Our Hands Are Stained with Blood: The Tragic Story of the ìChurchî and the Jewish People, which has been translated into more than twelve languages, the highly-acclaimed five-volume series, Answering Jewish Objections to Jesus, a commentary on Jeremiah (part of the revised edition of the Expositorís Bible Commentary), and several books on revival and Jesus revolution. His newest books are The Grace Controversy: Answers to 12 Common Questions (2016), Breaking the Stronghold of Food: How We Conquered Food Addictions and Discovered a New Way of Living (2017, with Nancy Brown) and Saving a Sick America: A Prescription for Moral and Cultural Transformation(2017). Dr. Brown is a national and international speaker on themes of spiritual renewal and cultural reformation, and he has debated Jewish rabbis, agnostic professors, and gay activists on radio, TV, and college campuses. He is widely considered to be the worldís foremost Messianic Jewish apologist He and his wife Nancy, who is also a Jewish believer in Jesus, have been married since 1976. They have two daughters and four grandchildren.

AMFM247 Broadcasting Network
The Line of Fire - 8/3/22

AMFM247 Broadcasting Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 49:51


Michael L. Brown is the founder and president of FIRE School of Ministry in Concord, North Carolina, Director of the Coalition of Conscience, and host of the daily, nationally, syndicated talk radio show, the Line of Fire, as well as the host of the apologetics TV show, ìAnswering Your Toughest Questions,î which airs on the NRB TV network. He became a believer in Jesus 1971 as a sixteen year-old, heroin-shooting, LSD-using Jewish rock drummer. Since then, he has preached throughout America and around the world, bringing a message of repentance, revival, reformation, and cultural revolution. He holds a Ph.D. in Near Eastern Languages and Literatures from New York University and has served as a visiting or adjunct professor at Southern Evangelical Seminary, Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary (Charlotte), Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Fuller Theological Seminary, Denver Theological Seminary, the Kingís Seminary, and Regent University School of Divinity, and he has contributed numerous articles to scholarly publications, including the Oxford Dictionary of Jewish Religion and the Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament. Dr. Brown is the author of 27 books, including, Our Hands Are Stained with Blood: The Tragic Story of the ìChurchî and the Jewish People, which has been translated into more than twelve languages, the highly-acclaimed five-volume series, Answering Jewish Objections to Jesus, a commentary on Jeremiah (part of the revised edition of the Expositorís Bible Commentary), and several books on revival and Jesus revolution. His newest books are The Grace Controversy: Answers to 12 Common Questions (2016), Breaking the Stronghold of Food: How We Conquered Food Addictions and Discovered a New Way of Living (2017, with Nancy Brown) and Saving a Sick America: A Prescription for Moral and Cultural Transformation(2017). Dr. Brown is a national and international speaker on themes of spiritual renewal and cultural reformation, and he has debated Jewish rabbis, agnostic professors, and gay activists on radio, TV, and college campuses. He is widely considered to be the worldís foremost Messianic Jewish apologist He and his wife Nancy, who is also a Jewish believer in Jesus, have been married since 1976. They have two daughters and four grandchildren.

Wests Tigers Podcast
Episode 198: Wests Tigers Podcast 0198

Wests Tigers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 67:02 Very Popular


Dudded. There's no other word that can be used to describe the treatment of the Wests Tigers on Sunday evening.The Townsville farce, which saw the Tigers record a loss, when we had actually won, will be recorded into Wests Tigers and NRL history.On this edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast, Eddie Otto, Garry Watson, and Declan McCutcheon take a look back at the now infamous passage of play at the end of the match against the Cowboys.What does the "loss" mean to the club? And should we continue to pursue legal action over the decisions that were made?Aside from the controversy, Eddie, Declan and Garry also take a deep dive into what was probably our best performance of the year so far.What has finally got Daine Laurie up and firing?And the boys take a look at some of the rumours doing the rounds - including one that indicates Jackson Hastings is set to pack his bags and leave Concord.It's been a tough few days for the Wests Tigers, let's hope better times are coming soon!

Inside Music
The Problem With Popular Music

Inside Music

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 10:44


Music Biz is brought to you by Haulix, the music industry's leading promotional distribution platform. Start your one-month free trial today and gain instant access to the same promotional tools used by BMG, Concord, Rise Records, Pure Noise Records, and hundreds more. Visit http://haulix.com/signup for details. A midyear report by US market monitor Luminate—the same company behind the Billboard charts—has revealed the alarming fact that “new”/”current” music is becoming less popular in the country, and this statement can be backed up by facts and statistics, as first reported by Music Business Worldwide. In the first half of 2022, Total Album Consumption (all streams and downloads, as well as physical album sales) of “Current” music (which means released in the 18 months before being streamed or purchased) dropped by 1.4% when compared to 2021. With 131.3 million album sale-equivalent units reported for this year, “Current” music dropped almost 2 million units from the first half of 2021, which means that new music is not only selling less but is also being less popular in terms of streaming platforms. There was a drop of 3.7 between 2020 and 2021, which officially makes this a downward trend. This tendency is opposed to the Total Album Consumption for “All” music in the US, which grew by 9.3% in comparison with 2021, standing at 475.4 million units sold. Even more surprising is the news that “Catalog” music, which includes any release older than 18 months, grew by 14% in the year's first half. The report also found that “Current” music's on-demand audio streams dropped by 2.6% this year, with an even more drastic decrease of 10.4% in video streaming platforms versus a 19% increase by “Catalog” music. In his latest update, Music Biz host James Shotwell examines the possible contributing factors to our declining interest in current music. As he touches on the inherent lucrative nature of legacy acts, he also ponders who—if anyone—will become the next generation of “timeless” musicians.

Undying Light
Lord's Supper intro

Undying Light

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 27:28


We begin our next segment in the sacrament series by looking at the sacrament, The Lord's Supper. This will be another multi episode series where we will cover scripture, the early church fathers, the Book of Concord and answer your questions. This week we begin by looking at Matthew 26.Become a Patreon and support this ministry              https://www.patreon.com/undyinglightGet your Undying Light merchandise              https://www.bonfire.com/undying-light160/Get your copy of Logos Bible Software              www.logos.com/undyinglightMake sure you follow us on Instagram: @coram.deo.lifeEmail us questions or comments: undyinglightministries@gmail.comCheck us out on the web: www.undyinglight.orgSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/undying-light. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/undying-light.

Hot Off The Press Podcast
S2E7 Concord Engraving

Hot Off The Press Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 47:11


We are so happy to have Max & Shelley from Concord Engraving join us to talk about all of the intricacies of creating polymer plates for letterpress (and offset)! As a company founded in 1933 by Max's family, they've seen many changes in the letterpress world, as well as technological advancements that directly improve the platemaking experience. An incredibly fast turnaround, amazing customer service and a serious devotion to getting the finest details onto your plates makes them one of our favorite vendors. Tune in to hear about how polymer plates are made and what makes their process as efficient and fine-tuned as possible! Don't forget to visit their website concordengraving.com if you need plates made, or their instagram @concordengraving to follow along with Shelley & Max. Want to know who else we order supplies and materials from? Be sure to visit our website to check out the Letterpress Supply Guide, where we've listed 50+ vendors in over a dozen categories.

The Bay Church
THE BIG REVEAL | CONCORD

The Bay Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 73:35


Rev. Michael Holmen's Sermons
220724 Sermon on Colossians 2:6-19 (Pentecost 7) July 24, 2022

Rev. Michael Holmen's Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022


 Audio recordingSermon manuscript:Everyone wants a good life. Everyone wants health, wealth, entertainment, a fullness of meaning, love, peace, and many other things like these. Over the centuries there have been many traditions that have promised to further this endeavor towards life and having life to the full. The Greeks had their traditions. The Romans had theirs. The Chinese, the Japanese, all people everywhere have had their traditions that have promised to give the good things of life if the rules of their tradition were followed. There is one more tradition that we must also talk about. It is not very old. It's only about 300 years old. It is by far and away the most important and relevant tradition for all of us and for the entire world because it is the dominant one right now. Unlike the religions of other times and places the tradition that we are living in doesn't really have a name. Sometimes it's called modernism. Its main beliefs are in the study of science and economics. What this tradition has been teaching for a long time is that our greatest hope for happiness is in producing more and more. The way we produce more and more is by discovering things about nature and manipulating nature to get what we want out of it. Then there's just the matter of how all the wealth should be managed and distributed. How does a person get the most wealth? That is where the study of economics comes in. There's certainly no denying that huge strides have been made in the last 300 years. We have learned so much about the laws and principles that govern the natural world, and how these can be turned towards our own advantage. What was especially impactful was learning how to use the seemingly limitless sources of power provided by coal, oil, natural gas, and so on. That was when we started to practically swim in merchandise. If a good life consists of wealth, health, entertainment, and so on, then it is as though this modern way of thinking as brought us to the endpoint of history. That makes us believe that up until now, or about 300 years ago, people were poor and stupid. We modern people are of a different sort. We know better, and we have the technology to prove it. The only branches of learning that are taken seriously in the university have to do with science or economics. That is because these are the sacred subjects. If you want to have any hope of being blessed then master these hard sciences. The belief that happiness comes from mastering the powers of nature or mastering the forces of the economy has taken the world by storm. This belief claims absolute supremacy for itself. Every other way of thinking about happiness is pre-modern and stupid and irrelevant. People can believe in God as a hobby, perhaps, but everybody knows that that's like being a Liberal Arts major. You'll end up working at McDonalds because praying, for example, won't do you any good. In order to get ahead in life you have to drop all those old, disproven things. Get the right degree, start the right company, buy the hottest stocks. Then you'd be able to afford the newest and best. Then you'll be happy, that is to say, blessed. The power and popularity of this way of thinking is so pervasive that I've wondered if it is the fulfillment of Jesus's end-times prophecy. He said that in the end-times the signs and wonders that are performed will be so powerful and persuasive that they should deceive the elect, if that were possible. Toilets and hydraulics and computers are so life changing that they are almost magical. Because they are so life changing, people take them as being proof that what ancient people used to believe in must be foolish. It is widely believed that the non-existence of God has been proven and that his revelation in the Bible has been proven to be false. But this is a lie, a trick. Never, ever has the non-existence of God been proven. Not even close. There have never been any experiments or discoveries that have made God cease to exist or discredited his revelation in the Bible. You could look into such things for yourselves, if you were so inclined, but hardly anybody does, because it's hard and it's a lot of work. There's almost no end to it. It's much easier to just take other peoples' word for it—professors and celebrities and YouTube videos and such. These other people will just give you their conclusions, and they want you to believe in them because of their clout and prestige. Generally speaking these other people have much more clout and fame than I ever will. Their popularity or power doesn't necessarily mean that they are telling you the truth, however. Consider poor, old, St. Paul. He didn't have much clout or fame. He worked with his hands for a living, making tents—not a very prestigious job. He wasn't the pastor of a mega church. His congregations were so small that they met in people's houses. He was by no means popular. Neither the Jews nor the Greeks liked him. He was made fun of, beaten, whipped, stoned, thrown in prison, kicked out of one city after another, and finally he had his head chopped off as though he were an awful and dangerous criminal. Why was he hated so much? Because he told people that the things that they were trusting in weren't going to work. The Greeks, with their traditions, weren't going to work. The Romans, with their traditions, weren't going to work. So we must speak also today if we are going to be followers of Christ like Paul was. Our modern way of life isn't going to work. The things that we are believing in are going to let us down. What won't let us down is our faith in Christ, who has worked, who is working, and who will work to bring to completion his plan of salvation. If you think about it, there are two ways a person can live. A person can go along with all the thoughts and rules and beliefs of the people around us or a person can live in Christ. A person can believe that happiness or blessedness will come from taking the advice of the world around us, or a person can believe that blessedness is theirs already in their Lord Jesus Christ who has purchased them and given them an incorruptible inheritance. You can't really choose both, because no man can be a servant of two masters. One or the other will always be preferred over the other. And so Paul's words in our Epistle reading are directly applicable to us and to our times, even though he wrote these words nearly 2,000 years ago. He says, “See to it that no one takes you captive through philosophy and empty deceit, which are in accord with human tradition, namely, the basic principles of the world, but not in accord with Christ.” Now, a lot of people get thrown off by that word “philosophy.” Paul says, “Do not be taken captive through philosophy,” and folks think, “I've never cracked open a philosophy book in my entire life. I don't have any philosophy.” Oh, but you do! If you have any thoughts whatsoever about life, then you have a philosophy. If you have thoughts about what will make you happy, then you have a philosophy. Everybody is a philosopher, it's just a matter of whether their philosophy is any good, whether it accords with the truth, whether the philosophy will actually be effective. Paul says, “Do not be taken captive through philosophy and empty deceit. Such philosophies are in accord with human tradition. Such philosophies may even be in accord with the basic principles of the world. But they are not in accord with Christ.” These words are perfectly applicable to us. Why do we have the philosophies we do? It is because of tradition. We are taught by our teachers what we are supposed to believe about life. What is life all about? How do we get ahead in life? These are the things that our teachers teach us. The modern times in which we live have just as much of a tradition as any other time and place has had. We are taught our tradition for how to look at the world. Furthermore Paul says that these philosophies that might take us captive can be in accord with the basic principles of the world. That is to say those philosophies might be true in some sense. They might match up with the how things are, the basic principles of the world. This, also, is extremely applicable to us. We pride ourselves on having a very fine understanding of how the world works, especially the natural world—and for good reason. Our civilization has looked into the tiniest of tiny things. Our newly launched telescopes have looked into the biggest of big things. We know many things about many things, and these may even fully accord with the truth. However, as Paul says, our understanding is not in accord with Christ. That is to say, our understanding is not in accord with the greatest event in history that changes absolutely everything else. It is not in accord with Son of God becoming man, suffering, dying, and rising; ascending, and coming again to judge the living and the dead. What would it profit a man to gain a perfect understanding of all things, to have that understanding be true to how things really are, but to fail to understand Christ? Christ is the great gem, the absolute centerpiece of everything. Jesus is the bread of life, the light of the world, the resurrection and the life, the way, the truth, and the life. Jesus is the greatest revelation of God, of who he is, and what his will is. What can it profit a man to understand creation perfectly, but to have no understanding of the Creator, because he has no understanding of Jesus? Paul says, “All the fullness of God's being dwells bodily in Christ.” If you do not understand Jesus, then you cannot know God. On the other hand, if you know Christ, then you know God. The wisest philosopher is foolish compared to the baptized child. The baptized child has been buried with Christ, and raised with Christ, and knows where true blessing and happiness is to be found, namely, in our Father who art in heaven. The wisest philosopher may know many things about many things, but it is all vanity and a chasing after the wind. Their heart will remain polluted with self-interest and sin. There's no way for us to purge ourselves of the guilt that we incur upon ourselves or to make our hearts pure and good. Wealth and prestige and power might anesthetize us so that we do not think about this. We might tell ourselves that it doesn't matter and that we need not worry about it—that's what those old people used to worry about, but they were poor and stupid. But does all this thinking really get rid of such glaring personal failings and flaws? In contrast, note what Paul says that God has done in Christ. He says: “Even when you were dead in your trespasses and the uncircumcision of your flesh, God made you alive with Christ by forgiving us all our trespasses.” How did God do this? He goes on: “God erased the record of our debt brought against us by his legal demands. There was a record of our debts, our failings, our shameful wrong-doings according to God's own Law. But God took this record of our sins away by nailing it to the cross.” Jesus was punished in our place, thereby bringing about reconciliation for the whole world with the Creator. Jesus has reconciled you. This is the greatest gem of knowledge: You are a forgiven sinner for Jesus's sake, loved by God. Since you have this bright, shining sun of truth in Jesus, you must not give yourselves over to philosophies or human traditions or even things that are in accord with how things work on this earth, but that are in the process of passing away. You might know all natural knowledge and all economic laws so that you may purchase a mountain and move it from here to there. One day that mountain will be no more, but the word of the Lord endures forever. You must understand your life in such a way where Christ is all in all, and everything else is but the small stuff that we can sweat if need be. You know: Sweat the small stuff like the devil, like your own death, like your own damnation for the awful sins that you've committed. You can sweat stuff like that as being small because of the overwhelming power of Christ's blood. Then, of course, we can sweat the even much smaller stuff like world peace, the progress of civilization, whomever it is that happens to be seated in the halls of power. And then, finally, we might mention the small stuff like what you will eat or drink or wear, or what you are supposed to do to be blessed and happy in this earthly life. Christ is king. Christ is risen. Christ will triumph. He is your philosophy and way of life. Paul says, “Continue to walk in him. Be rooted in him. Be built up in him. Be strengthened in your belief that you will be blessed in him so that you will overflow with thanksgiving to God.” Among all the traditions, among all the philosophies, Jesus is the only way to almighty and everlasting life. Amen.

Aruna Ratanagiri Dhamma Talks
Luang Por Munindo (full catalogue) - Concord or Conflict

Aruna Ratanagiri Dhamma Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 37:00


(keywords) (slightly edited version) Modes of listening to Dhamma, Discourse of Profound Auspiciousness, Mahamangala Sutta, Dhammasavana, critique, information, lectures, indoctrinated, Dhammasakaccha, a shared Dhamma inquiry, Rains Retreat, forgiveness, clear the slate, lurking, habouring resentment, 1975, Ajahn Thate, Wat Hin Mak Peng, Luang Por Kaaw, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Pathet Lao, Khmer Rouge, Viet cong, concord, cooperation, evolution of species, Ajahn Chah, attachment to views, right view, harbinger, samma ditthi, right beliefs, samma sankappa, right aspiration, right activation, identity politics, Christian monk, hiking, swimming, rip current, deep breathing, surrender, ‘let the Buddha take over', affirmation, configuring individual identity, ‘oneself rightly aligned', anatta, selflessness, identity as a multidimensional phenomenon, haka, role of religion, Going For Refuge, self promoting, self referencing, wound on the forehead, Dhammapada 348.

Paranormal Connection
Haunted Hotels - Concord's Colonial Inn

Paranormal Connection

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 15:47


In this week's episode we will be making a trip to Massachusetts and the Concord's Colonial Inn where the Inn served as a hospital during the Revolutionary War. The most sought-out spooky guestroom is 424, once the wartime operating room of Dr. James - many guests who've spent the night have reported some strange activity. Leave a message for us •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

The Steve Gruber Show
Rep. Julie Alexander, Plan to help low-income homeowners becomes law

The Steve Gruber Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 11:00


Rep. Julie Alexander represents the 64th House District including the City of Jackson and Concord, Hanover, Napoleon, Parma, Pulaski, Sandstone, Summit, and Spring Arbor. She serves as chair of the House Agriculture Committee. She also serves as a member of the committees on Commerce and Tourism, Health Policy, and Local Government and Municipal Finance. Plan to help low-income homeowners becomes law

Fraunces Tavern Museum
The American Experience in the West Indies, 1740-1742

Fraunces Tavern Museum

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 67:37


Thirty-five years before the battles of Lexington and Concord, the British colonies in North America raised a regiment to serve in the British Army for an expedition to seize control of the Spanish West Indies. The expedition marked the first time American soldiers deployed overseas. In this lecture, recorded June 16, 2022, Craig Chapman will discuss the Americans' role in the conflict, their terrible suffering, and the awful results of the expedition.

Inside Music
TikTok Is Changing How We Release Music

Inside Music

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 7:41


Music Biz is brought to you by Haulix, the music industry's leading promotional distribution platform. Start your one-month free trial today and gain instant access to the same promotional tools used by BMG, Concord, Pure Noise Records, and more. Visit http://haulix.com/signup for details. The popularity of TikTok is leading a revolution in music release strategies that is unlike anything we've witnessed in decades. Music marketing and release strategies are at the heart of every artist's career. How and when you release music matters as much as the content itself—sometimes more—and for the better part of twenty years, virtually every album has followed a similar promotional path: 1. Announce your release 2. Tease your release 3. Ask for preorders/presaves 4. Finally release the song 5. Promote the song Traditional industry thinking tells us that you must promote music before its release because it's the only way to guarantee strong first-week sales, which often determines how much support a record will receive moving forward. History teaches us that if an artist fails to deliver an impressive launch week, the likelihood their label continues to pump money and attention into their career falls drastically. As Bob Dylan said, "The times, they are a-changin'" because a new generation of musicians refuses to follow tradition. Between the boom of TikTok and the rise of the "give it to me now or I don't want it" culture, artists are choosing a more direct path to release and promotion. 1. Release the song. 2. Promote it. That's it. TikTok is an amazing tool for discovery, connecting users with an endless variety of content creators algorithmically-tailored to their interests. When someone hears a song snippet they enjoy, logic dictates they will head to the creator's profile, hoping to find their music online. If the user then visits the artist's page and FAILS to find the song they heard on TikTok, the chances they save the artist and return later are virtually non-existent. In other words, you have one chance to grab someone's attention, and if you blow it, they [most likely] won't return. To avoid this problem, artists are now choosing to skip promoting new material until it's available worldwide. The risk of losing potential fans because you went viral before the release date is too high for most to gamble, but that's not the only reason. The so-called "TikTok Approach" is also a cost-effective promotional solution for cash-strapped independent artists whose marketing budgets often equate to whatever they can spare after paying for living expenses. Rather than waste your money teasing a song or record people cannot yet enjoy, spend your pre-release time creating content you can share immediately following the song's premiere. Any engagement will lead to immediate streams (AKA money). And it's not just independent artists shifting their thinking around releases. Everywhere you look, the time between a song or album announcement and the release date is shrinking. Even Post Malone, arguably one of the world's biggest musicians, announced his recent 2022 album only six weeks before its initial release. The first single? A surprise release. Making this one adjustment to your next release strategy will ultimately save time and money. More importantly, it will give anyone interested in your music instant access to it. You want as few barriers between strangers and hearing your music as possible, and in our quickly evolving world, that requires making changes as culture dictates it necessary. Remember the phrase, "Don't bore us, get to the chorus"? The same applies to release strategies. Stop fooling around and deliver. Your fans will be thrilled to see new music, and anyone new won't have to wait around to see if you're as good as your teasers claim. Everybody wins.

Startup Insider
B2B-Prämiensystem Qiibee erhält 4,8 Mio. US-Dollar für seine Blockchainlösung (Zug • Rewardingsystem • Ethereum)

Startup Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 25:26


In der Nachmittagsfolge begrüßen wir heute Gabriele Giancola, CEO von Qiibee, und sprechen mit ihr über die abgeschlossene Seed-Finanzierungsrunde in Höhe von 4,8 Millionen US-Dollar. Qiibee bietet ein Blockchain-basiertes Loyalitäts-Ökosystem an, auf dem jede Marke ihre eigene Loyalitätsanwendung aufbauen kann. Damit werden Probleme des heutigen Kundenbindungsmarkt gelöst, wie z. B. Fragmentierung, geringe Aktivität und mangelnder intrinsischer Wert der gesammelten Treuepunkte. Kundinnen und Kunden können auf der Plattform von Qiibee Treuemarken sammeln, einlösen, tauschen, versenden oder empfangen. Alle Treue-Token können gegen andere Kryptowährungen eingetauscht werden. Mit den Plug-and-Play-Lösungen sind Unternehmen weltweit in der Lage in nur wenigen Stunden auf der Blockchain ihre eigenen Kundenbindungsprogramme zu betreiben. Der B2B-Belohnungsmarktplatz wurde im Jahr 2015 von Gabriele Giancola und Gianluca Gilbert Giancola in der Schweiz gegründet. Mittlerweile beschäftigt das Startup mehr als 30 Mitarbeitende weltweit. Die Vision des Prämienmarkts ist es, der globale Standard für Loyalität auf der Blockchain zu werden. In einer Seed-Finanzierungsrunde hat Qiibee nun 4,8 Millionen US-Dollar unter der Führung des US-amerikanischen Seed-Fonds Z5Capital erhalten. Die digitale Werbegruppe Meet The People und der US-amerikanische Bestandsinvesstor R/GA Ventures, der u.a. Brave, Medixus, Chronicled, Everest, Patientory und Concord in seinem Portfolio hat, haben sich ebenfalls an der Runde beteiligt. Die Business Angels Ben Davey, ehemaliger CEO von Barclays Venture, Mainardo de Nardis, ehemaliger Executive Vice Chairman der Omnicom Media Group sowie CEO von OMD Worldwide und Phil Rubin, Gründer von Grey Space Matters sowie rDialogue, haben sich zudem der Seed-Finanzierung angeschlossen. Mit dem frischen Kapital möchte Qibee in das Wachstum des globalen Teams investieren und in neue Märkte expandieren. Hierbei steht insbesondere der nordamerikanische Raum im Fokus. One more thing wird präsentiert von OMR Reviews – Finde die richtige Software für Dein Business. Wenn auch Du Dein Lieblingstool bewerten willst, schreibe eine Review auf OMR Reviews unter https://moin.omr.com/insider. Dafür erhältst du einen 15€ Amazon Gutschein.

The Bay Church
JUDAH'S REDEMPTION | CONCORD

The Bay Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 70:55


Never Shut Up: The Daily Tori Amos Show
07152022 Fuckaround Friday

Never Shut Up: The Daily Tori Amos Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 168:54


Questions from IG ~ 1. Give (17 August 2009 - Boston, MA) 2. Bouncing Off Clouds (15 June 2007 - SeinÑjoki, FIN) 3. Crucify (23 April 2003 - Dallas, TX) 4. Ocean to Ocean (8 June 2022 - Vancouver, BC) 5. Muhammad My Friend (21 October 1998 - Nashville, TN) 6. Police Me (7 October 2009 - Berlin, GER) 7. Heart Of Gold (5 December 2007 - Seattle, WA) 8. Blood Roses (7 October 1999 - Seattle, WA) 9. Sister Janet (8 June 1996 - Milwaukee, WI) 10. Snow Cherries From France (11 April 2005 - Philadelphia, PA) 11. Ode to the Banana King (31 October 1998 - West Lafayette, IN) 12. Mother Revolution (17 June 2022 - Los Angeles, CA) 13. Smokey Joe (8 December 2007 - Oakland, CA) 14. Flavor (17 August 2009 - Boston, MA) 15. Bliss (19 September 1999 - Concord, CA) 16. Space Dog (10 June 2022 - Oakland, CA) 17. Song For Eric (18 July 1998 - Ames, IA) 18. Secret Spell (7 June 2007 - Munich, GER) 19. Pandora's Aquarium (28 February 2003 - Albany, NY) 20. Parasol (19 July 2014 - Jacksonville, FL) 21. Home on the Range (18 July 2009 - Phoenix, AZ) 22. Jamaica Inn (17 June 2022 - Los Angeles, CA) 23. New Age (17 December 2001 - Milan, ITA) 24. Hey Jupiter (30 October 1996 - Oklahoma City, OK)

Loren and Wally Podcast
Supah Smaht in 60! 7/15 8:05 am - The ROR Morning Show Podcast

Loren and Wally Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 5:13


We play every morning at 8:05 am. Today's player was Laura from Concord! Was she Supah Smaht? Think you're Supah Smaht? Sign up here to play! https://wror.com/contests/supah/ All this and more on the ROR Morning Show with Bob Bronson, LBF, and Brian Podcast. Find more great podcasts at bPodStudios.com…The Place To Be For Podcast Discovery

The Steve Gruber Show
Steve Gruber, The Biden Crash is here and it happened just as I told you it would

The Steve Gruber Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 11:00


Live from the No Panic Zone—I'm Steve Gruber—I am America's Voice—God Bless America—God Bless You and let's do this! This is the Steve Gruber show— I am just an overgrown Zygote in search of humanity and leadership in a nation—that seems desperately in need of both—   Here are three big things you need to know right now—   ONE— General Motors is recalling hundreds of thousands of SUV's for repairs but the problem is—they don't have the parts to get them fixed—so that's a problem—   TWO— In San Francisco the woke crowd that claimed to need school funding to fight Covid—instead spent a half million dollars—to paint over a mural of George Washington—who is clearly too much for their weak hearts to handle— THREE— The Biden Crash is here—and it happened just as I told you it would—with the Presidents approval rating in a brand new national poll falling below 30%-- And the reason for the crash is very simple—Joe Biden's political vision is about as sharp as the vision of any 79-year old man—and as you can imagine—that's not too good—and in Joe's case—well it's far below average—he needs to get his political eyes checked— Joe Biden has never had good political instincts—nor has he been very smart—but he was a good choice for those that wanted to call the shots—I cannot even fathom how he was ever elected to any office—let alone the US Senate— But for those that wanted an easy target to manipulate—he was the man of their dreams—compromised in a variety of ways—BUT we will get to that another day soon— First the reality on the ground in the summer of 2022 in the most important nation in world history— The latest poll released on Monday by Civiqs, a left leaning liberal polling company—shows Joe Biden with a paltry 29% approval rating and a 58% disapproval rating—for an incredible 29 point deficit—a brand new New York Times poll—has Old Joe at 33% approve and 60% disapprove—a gap of just 27 points—and the Democrats are actually thinking they can win in this environment?  Spoiler alert: they can't! And they won't! In fact, more races are being put into the toss up category daily—and its not just that the left and socialism will lose in a remarkable landslide defeat—it will be the worst defeat for a party in power in a midterm election ever—it will restore America to the nation it was before the Great Depression and the Great Socialist takeover began led by the legendary leftist Franklin Roosevelt—a President who dismissed precedent—dared to threaten the Supreme Court in an unprecedented way to get his way—remember a switch in time saves 9— Yeah—todays leftists aren't the first to threaten packing the court to ram through their radical agenda—BUT they will be the last—Because America is all done with their insane demands—and foolish pursuits—like destroying American Energy—opening the border and flooding trillions into the economy—any of which could have been extremely dangerous BUT taken together could be lethal this experiment in self government— BUT the Supreme Court this past term—began to reclaim the Republic as it was intended—and the rejection of these demonstrably stupid ideas at the polls in November—will send this new Democrat Socialist Frankenstein—back to the failed political laboratories in which the monster was created— We don't care about the community organizers—or the teachers lounges—or the union bosses getting fat off the backs of the Middle Class—we are taking back America—and its at a point where you can feel it— The latest Civiqs Poll has Joe Biden all the way down at 29% and there is no recovery in sight— The assault on liberty that began when FDR took office in March of 1933 is over— The truth is—we all should have listened to Winston Churchill—but FDR—was much more enamored with Josef Stalin—and gave him half of Europe as a down payment on destroying America someday— And it almost worked—But for 2 men—Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump—they were the ones that stepped in at critical times—and bought us just enough time to right the ship and sail unapologetic into an American future— Far fetched? Prove me wrong- the fact is you cannot. FDR was weak on Russia and denied George Patton the chance to crush the whole RED Army in 1945—Truman blocked MacArthur from doing the same to Chinese Communist Party in 1953—well thankfully enough of us have read the Constitution, including 6 members of the Supreme Court and we are starting to correct decades of bad behavior on the inside— The Democrats or more accurately—the Communists parading as Democrats biggest mistake in 2020—is they got greedy—they over played their hand—and its all coming down now like the House of Cards I discussed here a couple of days ago— There is nothing that can save them now from their own bad deeds—from the choices they have made—and we will save this country together you and me— Will it be easy? No. Neither was the battle of Lexington or Concord—the days in July at Gettysburg—or the beaches of Normandy—BUT America prevailed—because we always do—we will shed the shackles of socialism before they can handcuff us—and we will prevail—trust me—we've got this— for a whole host of reasons—and NUMBER ONE IS FREEDOM

Happy Hour Gets Weird
One & Done: Death Bed Confessions

Happy Hour Gets Weird

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 37:47


We are sharing death bed confessions from all over the internet. From hidden tattoos to crimes of passion, some people keep their secrets until the bitter end. Cheers!Sipping a "Concord the World" mocktail this episode. Drink recipes and photos on Instagram.Download and use Newsly for free now from www.newsly.me use promo code HAPPYH  for a 1-month free premium subscription.Thank you for listening! You can support the show by subscribing, rating and reviewing on podcast platforms. Don't forget to tell your weird family and friends about us! Thank you for all your continued support!Happyhourgetsweird@gmail.comInstagramTwitterTikTokOther ways to support the show:Buy us a coffee/cocktailSources:https://www.buzzfeed.com/sydrobinson1/deathbed-confessionshttps://www.ranker.com/list/people-share-shocking-final-confessions/erin-mccannReddit

The Bay Church
ROLE REVERSAL | CONCORD

The Bay Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 81:15


No Bed of Roses
#35 - Eric Goodwin

No Bed of Roses

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 37:44


Goodwin Recruiting, Founder and CEO, Eric Goodwin is our guest today. This was not an easy session to schedule - Eric and I have been trying to make this happen since October of '21. Crazy. Goodwin grew up in a restaurant family and, typical to that lifestyle, didn't see his dad very much unless he worked back of house with him - yep, he really started his career as a dishwasher. Eric was determined not to have that kind of life for his own family, which he'll touch on today. Once he got into multiple-units, Eric quickly saw an opportunity for competent, effective, and communicative recruiters and Goodwin Hospitality, eventually to become Goodwin Recruiting, was born. Having launched a few different businesses over the years, Eric is a bit of a serial entrepreneur, and if that's not enough, he's also a restaurant operator with The Friendly Toast throughout, MA, Portsmouth, NH, Burlington, VT, and coming in September to Portland, ME. He's also involved in NOBL Coffee also in Portsmouth and NOCA Beverage Company. To round it all out, Donut Love will be opening in August. Portsmouth, Bedford NH now with Concord and Salem NH June 2023 Boston Back Bay Mass, Burlington Mass, Danvers Mass, North Andover Mass, Chestnut Hill Mass Harvard Square, Dedham at Legacy Place Mass https://www.goodwinrecruiting.com/ https://thefriendlytoast.com/ https://noblbeverages.com/ https://drinknoca.com/

Ben Fordham: Highlights
Kokoda Trail met with an empty promise from Reid candidate

Ben Fordham: Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 6:37


The Kokoda Trail Memorial Walkway in Concord has been met with an empty promise. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Wests Tigers Podcast
Episode 192: Wests Tigers Podcast 0192

Wests Tigers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 61:49


When it comes to 2022 for the Wests Tigers it seems a case of "The dogs are barking but the caravan rolls on."On this edition of the Wests Tigers Podcast, Eddie Otto is joined by Garry Watson, Declan McCutcheon, and Steve Stretton to talk about the latest Wests Tigers news and issues.First up, Adam Doueihi and his calls to either get the number six jersey or give him a go at five-eight in NSW Cup.Is it good to see a Wests Tigers player backing himself like this? Or, is it unacceptable that a player tells his coach and club where he wants to be picked? The boys get into a rather spirited debate about that hot topic.Speaking of hot topics, Luke Brooks has broken ranks and called out the high-level people at the club that appear to be leaking information to the media.It's fun being a Wests Tigers fan at the moment, isn't it?The boys also take a look at the latest on the coaching saga, including naming each of their own top three picks for the top job at Concord.There's a preview of the big clash with the Eels.And Eddie puts on his best Tony Barber impersonation for the big Wests Tigers Podcast Quiz!Enjoy.

Lets Grow Pulling
Outlawed with Ron Stone Tuesday, July 5th previewing Rock Valley, Concord, NE, and interviewing Keith Hammond

Lets Grow Pulling

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 68:36


Outlawed with Ron Stone Tuesday, July 5th previewing Rock Valley, Concord, NE, and interviewing Keith Hammond --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/beer-money-pulling-team/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beer-money-pulling-team/support

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for July 4, 2022 is: Yankee • YANG-kee • noun Yankee can refer broadly to anyone born or living in the U.S., or it can refer more narrowly only to those in the northern U.S., or even more narrowly, only to those in the states of New England. The broadest use is especially common outside the U.S. // It took the children some time to adjust to being the only Southerners in a classroom full of Yankees. See the entry > Examples: "We're pretty good here in Vermont about being mindful about recycling. It is in our genes. Depression-era residents used to keep everything, from small jars for nails, to the nails themselves after they were retrieved from old boards. That Yankee ingenuity absolutely comes from the resourcefulness and ability not to waste anything." — editorial, The Rutland (Vermont) Herald, 31 May 2022 Did you know? We don't know the origin of Yankee but we do know that it began as an insult. British General James Wolfe used the term in a 1758 letter to express his low opinion of the New England troops assigned to him, and from around the same time period there is a report of British troops using Yankee as a term of abuse for the citizens of Boston. In 1775, however, after the battles of Lexington and Concord showed that colonials could stand up to British regulars, Yankee was proudly adopted by colonials as a self-descriptor in defiance of the pejorative use. Both derisive and respectable uses have existed ever since.

Daniel Ramos' Podcast
Episode 356: 04 de Julio del 2022 - Devoción matutina para adolescentes - ¨Un salto en el tiempo¨

Daniel Ramos' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 5:14


================================================== ==SUSCRIBETEhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNpffyr-7_zP1x1lS89ByaQ?sub_confirmation=1================================================== == DEVOCIÓN MATUTINA PARA ADOLESCENTES 2022“UN SALTO EN EL TIEMPO”Narrado por: DORIANY SÁNCHEZDesde: PERÚUna cortesía de DR'Ministries y Canaan Seventh-Day Adventist Church  04 DE JULIOUNA FIRMA AL FINAL«Pongan en libertad a los que están encarcelados injustamente; alivien la carga de los que trabajan para ustedes. Dejen en libertad a los oprimidos y suelten las cadenas que atan a la gente» (Isaías 58: 6, NTV).Una nación nació en este día de 1776, cuando los primeros hombres que firmaron la Declaración de Independencia de los Estados Unidos escribieron sus nombres al final del documento. Uno por uno, durante varias semanas, 54 delegados del Congreso Continental en Filadelfia, Pensilvania, se enfrentaron figurativamente a Inglaterra, diciendo: «No pagaremos más impuestos sin representación. No más soldados ingleses acuartelados en nuestros hogares. Juramos nuestras fortunas, nuestras vidas y nuestro sagrado honor». Patrick Henry habló en nombre de todos ellos cuando resumió su postura diciendo: «¡Dadme la libertad o dadme la muerte!». Desgraciadamente, muchos ciudadanos de las trece colonias originales harían precisamente eso: pagar su libertad con la vida.Ya habían pasado 442 días desde que se produjeron los primeros disparos de la Guerra de Independencia en Lexington y Concord, Massachusetts. Al principio, las otras colonias habían observado cómo Massachusetts se resistía valientemente a los británicos, iniciando su propio gobierno revolucionario y levantando su propio ejército. La mayoría pensó que se perdió de una especie de guerra civil en el Imperio Británico. El rey Jorge III lo vio como una rebelión colonial más, pero para muchos estadounidenses era una lucha por sus derechos como ciudadanos británicos. Pero los británicos no quisieron negociar ningún tipo de tregua. En su lugar, contrataron un ejército de mercenarios alemanes para ayudar a aplastar la rebelión.La Declaración de Independencia es probablemente el documento más importante de la historia de los Estados Unidos, junto con la Constitución. «Sostenemos que estas verdades son evidentes: que todos los hombres son creados iguales, que son dotados por su Creador con ciertos derechos inalienables, que entre estos están la vida, la libertad y la búsqueda de la felicidad...». Palabras muy poderosas.Jesús vino a la tierra para darnos a ti ya mí una declaración de independencia también. Vino a liberarnos del pecado y de Satanás. Él sabía que cuando muriera por nosotros, seríamos libres para siempre de las garras mortales del pecado. En el mundo venidero no tendremos sospechas, culpa, soledad ni dolor. Pero por ahora es nuestro deber compartir esta buena noticia con quien la necesite. Regálales una sonrisa. Diles que Jesús los ama y que ha venido a liberarlos.

The Bay Church
IN GOD WE TRUST | CONCORD

The Bay Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 68:17


Jesse Lee Peterson Radio Show
7/01/22 Friday, Hour 1: Happy White History Month!

Jesse Lee Peterson Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 60:00


Happy WHM…; time to wake up and realize its a spiritual battle. Erasing white history…; cornell removes lincoln; texas schools erasing history. —- JLP was watching Tucker…; they are trying to get rid of Jair Bolsonaro. Ryan from Concord, CA speaks on his White History Hero. He thanks the ancient Greeks for democracy. Tim from St Paul, MN says he is a hispanic, born in the USA. He loves America and can't believe how whites can hate it. Christian from Illinois says he has trouble doing the silent prayer.

The Steve Gruber Show
Rep. Julie Alexander, Chair Alexander plan to help agricultural exporters becomes law

The Steve Gruber Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 11:00


Rep. Julie Alexander represents the 64th House District including the City of Jackson and Concord, Hanover, Napoleon, Parma, Pulaski, Sandstone, Summit, and Spring Arbor. She serves as chair of the House Agriculture Committee. She also serves as a member of the committees on Commerce and Tourism, Health Policy, and Local Government and Municipal Finance. Chair Alexander plan to help agricultural exporters becomes law

Paranormal Connection
Haunted Hotels - Concord's Colonial Inn

Paranormal Connection

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 15:31


In this week's episode we will be making a trip to Massachusetts and the Concord's Colonial Inn where the Inn served as a hospital during the Revolutionary War. The most sought-out spooky guestroom is 424, once the wartime operating room of Dr. James - many guests who've spent the night have reported some strange activity.Leave a message for us•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

Radio Boston
Concord farm grows, distributes produce to help people struggling with food insecurity

Radio Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 10:55


Food insecurity increased during the pandemic. A farm in Concord hopes growing its own vegetables and distributing that produce to local food pantries and soup kitchens could help those in need.

Kingdom Come
The Prayer Tent at Concord Market Days

Kingdom Come

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 62:38


For just over 6 years now the New England Healing & Freedom Center has been doing prayer tents all over New England.  Specifically on today's show we are highlighting testimonies from the street of what occurred in the tent.  This year we partnered with Kingdom Awakening Ministries who are out of Kingston, NH lead by Myles & Leza Milham.   Because of this partnership it enabled us to have almost 30 feet of street frontage at the festival...we kept saying all weekend - "we've got a double wide"!You'll enjoy hearing the stories of what God did and how we moved through the everyday believer.If you need prayer please reach out or give us a call...info can be found online 

New Hampshire Journal
Sen. Regina Birdsell On How Republicans Should Talk About Abortion in Post-Roe N.H.

New Hampshire Journal

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 37:01


On this edition of the New Hampshire Journal podcast, host Michael Graham is joined by Sen. Regina Birdsell (R-Derry) one of the leading figures in legislative debates over the issue of abortion. Now that the Supreme Court has sent the issue back to the states, Sen. Birdsell will be one of the legislators dealing with it in Concord.And Drew Cline from the Josiah Bartlett Center talks about his new radio show on WFEA 6-9am weekday mornings, as well as the broader political landscape in NH politics and how it's impacted by the Supreme Court overturning Roe.

Sound Opinions
John Doe & X's Under the Big Black Sun 40 Years Later

Sound Opinions

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 49:25


In 1982, the Los Angeles punk rock band X put out its album Under the Big Black Sun. 40 years later, it's still great! Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot talk with X vocalist and bassist John Doe all about the album and the band's impact. They'll also chat with him about his new solo album and his work in television and film.  Join our Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3sivr9TBecome a member on Patreon: https://bit.ly/3slWZvcSign up for our newsletter: https://bit.ly/3eEvRnGMake a donation via PayPal: https://bit.ly/3dmt9lUSend us a Voice Memo: Desktop: bit.ly/2RyD5Ah  Mobile: sayhi.chat/soundops Featured Songs:X, "The Have Nots," Under the Big Black Sun, Elektra, 1982X, "The Hungry Wolf," Under the Big Black Sun, Elektra, 1982Bob Dylan, "As I Went Out One Morning," John Wesley Harding, Columbia, 1967John Doe, "Never Coming Back," Fables in a Foreign Land, Fat Possum, 2022X, "Riding with Mary," Under the Big Black Sun, Elektra, 1982X, "Motel Room in My Bed," Under the Big Black Sun, Elektra, 1982Germs, "Lexicon Devil," (GI), Slash, 1979The Screamers, "122 Hours Of Fear (Live at the Target)," Live in San Francisco: Sept 2nd 1978, Target Video, 2004The Dils, "I Hate the Rich," I Hate the Rich (Single), What?, 1977Circle Jerks, "Stars and Stripes," Wild in the Streets, Step-Forward, 1982X, "Los Angeles," Los Angeles, Slash, 1980X, "We're Desperate," Wild Gift, Slash, 1981X, "Under the Big Black Sun," Under the Big Black Sun, Elektra, 1982X, "Adult Books," Wild Gift, Slash, 1981X, "Dancing with Tears in My Eyes," Under the Big Black Sun, Elektra, 1982X, "Because I Do," Under the Big Black Sun, Elektra, 1982X, "Blue Spark," Under the Big Black Sun, Elektra, 1982X, "Come Back to Me," Under the Big Black Sun, Elektra, 1982X, "Real Child of Hell," Under the Big Black Sun, Elektra, 1982The Gun Club, "She's Like Heroin to Me," Fire of Love, Ruby, 1981Los Lobos, "Will