Today's episode is special because Cornelius and Heather talk about being bold enough to begin again. No matter your level of opposition, you must be willing to get up and fight. Be encouraged!Thank you to this week's sponsors:BetterHelp - This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/LINDSEYS and get on your way to being your best self. Visit us @:Instagram Heather LindseyCornelius LindseySabbath LA Executive Producers are Riley Peleuses + Michaela Garrison for YEA Networks / YEA PodcastsIf you are interested in advertising on this podcast or having Cornelius & Heather as guests on your Podcast, Radio Show, or TV Show, reach out to email@example.com
Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. 📍 In this 15-minute session, we dive deep into the significant changes coming to the Project Management Professional (PMP)® exam. From the implementation of enhanced data forensics to the implications of a delayed feedback system, we've got you covered. Are you curious about how this might affect your PMP journey? Or how the instructors and PMI will navigate this transition? 💡 We discuss:
The War for the Crown continues as the Knights of Summer divide their forces as Gwen, Oliver, and Verity join the joust while Cornelius and Felyx socialize! Support us on Patreon to access our actual play of the Tyrant's Grasp Adventure Path and other content: https://www.patreon.com/FindthePath Cast Rick Sandidge is our Gamemaster Heather Allen plays Viscountess Gwenhwyfar Kastner (LG female human Skald 4) Jessica Jenkins plays Baroness Verity Corcina (LN female human Samurai 4) Jordan Jenkins plays Baron Cornelius Merrosett (N male human Arcanist 4) Rachel Sandidge plays Countess Felyx Zespire (LG female human Cleric 4) Ross Scoggin plays Count Oliver Darahan (NG male human Magus 4) In game music provided by Syrinscape! Check them out at https://syrinscape.com/ War for the Crown theme provided by Ryan Mumford.
This week the Queen of the world Noelle Patricia O Sullivan nee Murchú enters the fray for another tongue twisting episode. Enjoy with a sachet of salt and some grape juies....and remember shtay in by the wall :) Here is the link to my patreon if you'd like early or additional padcasts or if you'd just like to support me along my comedy journey https://www.patreon.com/ConversationswithCornelius You can find me on Instagram @Corneliusthecomic Twitter @ComedianConn Facebook @CorneliusPatrickOSullivan or up a mountain or in a pub watching a match.
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God is always preparing both the believer and the unbeliever for the next gospel conversation. We see this in Acts 10 and 11, as God is getting Cornelius ready to hear the gospel while also working in Peter's life to get him ready to share the gospel.
The St. Paul Center's daily scripture reflections from the Mass for the Memorial of Sts. Cornelius and Cyprian by Mr. Clement Harrold. Cornelius, Pope, Martyr, and Cyprian, Bishop, Martyr Obligatory Memorial First Reading: First Timothy 1: 15-17 Responsorial Psalm: Psalms 113: 1b-2, 3-4, 5a and 6-7 Alleluia: John 14: 23 Gospel: Luke 6: 43-49 Learn more about the Mass at www.stpaulcenter.com
Saturday of the 23rd Week in Ordinary Time Memorial of Saints Cornelius and Cyprian; Third Century pope and bishop, respectively, who were friends; Cornelius had to deal with the controversy of readmission of those who had left the Church during persecution; he ordered that they be readmitted with the Sacrament of Penance Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for 9/16/23 Gospel: Luke 6:43-49
Full Text of ReadingsMemorial of Saints Cornelius, Pope, and Cyprian, Bishop, Martyrs Lectionary: 442The Saint of the day is Saint CorneliusSaint Cornelius’ Story There was no pope for 14 months after the martyrdom of Saint Fabian because of the intensity of the persecution of the Church. During the interval, the Church was governed by a college of priests. Saint Cyprian, a friend of Cornelius, writes that Cornelius was elected pope “by the judgment of God and of Christ, by the testimony of most of the clergy, by the vote of the people, with the consent of aged priests and of good men.” The greatest problem of Cornelius's two-year term as pope had to do with the Sacrament of Penance and centered on the readmission of Christians who had denied their faith during the time of persecution. Two extremes were finally both condemned. Cyprian, primate of North Africa, appealed to the pope to confirm his stand that the relapsed could be reconciled only by the decision of the bishop. In Rome, however, Cornelius met with the opposite view. After his election, a priest named Novatian (one of those who had governed the Church) had himself consecrated a rival bishop of Rome—one of the first antipopes. He denied that the Church had any power to reconcile not only the apostates, but also those guilty of murder, adultery, fornication, or second marriage! Cornelius had the support of most of the Church (especially of Cyprian of Africa) in condemning Novatianism, though the sect persisted for several centuries. Cornelius held a synod at Rome in 251 and ordered the “relapsed” to be restored to the Church with the usual “medicines of repentance.” The friendship of Cornelius and Cyprian was strained for a time when one of Cyprian's rivals made accusations about him. But the problem was cleared up. A document from Cornelius shows the extent of organization in the Church of Rome in the mid-third century: 46 priests, seven deacons, seven subdeacons. It is estimated that the number of Christians totaled about 50,000. He died as a result of the hardships of his exile in what is now Civitavecchia. Reflection It seems fairly true to say that almost every possible false doctrine has been proposed at some time or other in the history of the Church. The third century saw the resolution of a problem we scarcely consider—the penance to be done before reconciliation with the Church after mortal sin. Men like Cornelius and Cyprian were God’s instruments in helping the Church find a prudent path between extremes of rigorism and laxity. They are part of the Church's ever-living stream of tradition, ensuring the continuance of what was begun by Christ, and evaluating new experiences through the wisdom and experience of those who have gone before. Saint of the Day, Copyright Franciscan Media
Welcome to The Saint of the Day Podcast, a service of Good Catholic and The Catholic Company.Today's featured saint is St. Cornelius.If you like what you heard, share this podcast with someone you know, and make sure to subscribe!
And when you shall hear of wars and seditions, be not terrified: these things must first come to pass; but the end is not yet presently.Cum autem audieritis praelia et seditiones, nolite terreri : oportet primum haec fieri, sed nondum statim finis. 10 Then he said to them: Nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom.Tunc dicebat illis : Surget gens contra gentem, et regnum adversus regnum. 11 And there shall be great earthquakes in divers places, and pestilences, and famines, and terrors from heaven; and there shall be great signs.Et terraemotus magni erunt per loca, et pestilentiae, et fames, terroresque de caelo, et signa magna erunt. 12 But before all these things, they will lay their hands upon you, and persecute you, delivering you up to the synagogues and into prisons, dragging you before kings and governors, for my name's sake.Sed ante haec omnia injicient vobis manus suas, et persequentur tradentes in synagogas et custodias, trahentes ad reges et praesides propter nomen meum : 13 And it shall happen unto you for a testimony.continget autem vobis in testimonium. 14 Lay it up therefore into your hearts, not to meditate before how you shall answer:Ponite ergo in cordibus vestris non praemeditari quemadmodum respondeatis : 15 For I will give you a mouth and wisdom, which all your adversaries shall not be able to resist and gainsay.ego enim dabo vobis os et sapientiam, cui non poterunt resistere et contradicere omnes adversarii vestri. 16 And you shall be betrayed by your parents and brethren, and kinsmen and friends; and some of you they will put to death.Trademini autem a parentibus, et fratribus, et cognatis, et amicis, et morte afficient ex vobis : 17 And you shall be hated by all men for my name's sake.et eritis odio omnibus propter nomen meum : 18 But a hair of your head shall not perish.et capillus de capite vestro non peribit. 19 In your patience you shall possess your souls.In patientia vestra possidebitis animas vestras. St Cornelius, one of the greatest Popes of the third century. He was beheaded in A.D. 253. St Cyprian, a barrister, and later bishop of Carthage and Primate of Africa, wrote works which are among the most precious documents of the Catholic Church. Suffered martrydom A.D. 258
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The St. Paul Center's daily scripture reflections from the Mass for the Memorial of Sts. Cornelius and Cyprian by Mr. Clement Harrold. Cornelius, Pope, Martyr, and Cyprian, Bishop, Martyr Obligatory Memorial First Reading: First Timothy 1: 15-17 Responsorial Psalm: Psalms 113: 1b-2, 3-4, 5a and 6-7 Alleluia: John 14: 23 Gospel: Luke 6: 43-49 Learn more about the Mass at www.stpaulcenter.com
In marriage, your spouse is a mirror… are you choosing to change or stay the same? This week, Heather and Cornelius are pulling back the layers to how we change and evolve in a marriage. They are challenging you to reflect this week.Thank you to this week's sponsors:BetterHelp - This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/LINDSEYS and get on your way to being your best self. Chime - Get started at chime.com/lwtl. That's chime.com/lwtl.Visit us @:Instagram Heather LindseyCornelius LindseyExecutive Producers are Riley Peleuses + Michaela Garrison for YEA Networks / YEA PodcastsIf you are interested in advertising on this podcast or having Cornelius & Heather as guests on your Podcast, Radio Show, or TV Show, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
What would make 2024 a stellar year for you? As we enter the fall season, it's the perfect time to assess your 2023 goals and look ahead to new accomplishments in a very successful 2024. If improving your marketing skills would help make 2024 a banner year for your business, today's show is for you. My guest loves marketing, and she's here to elevate our marketing process around understanding our client's emotions. You'll learn five strategies to be a better marketer and grow your business. Join us to learn more!Chantal Cornelius started Appletree Marketing in 2000 and has helped hundreds of coaches, consultants, and speakers grow their businesses. She is the author of two books about growing successful businesses through marketing, and she is hard at work on a third book. Away from work, Chantal enjoys riding her horses, walking her dog, and working in her garden. Show Highlights:The key to marketing: Find out what emotions your client wants to feel when they work with you.Five strategies for coaches to use in marketing:Certainty–Your client is looking for a safe place, a sure set of hands, and someone who is with them on their journey.Connection–Your client is looking for a tribe and a sense of family and wants to connect with the right people.Contribution–Your client is looking to be a part of something bigger in the world.Growth–Your client is looking to grow, either personally or in business, with clarity, development, and empowerment.Significance–Your client is looking to stand out, speak up, and make more of an impact in the world. How coaches can identify their main strategy and a secondary oneHow to look for keywords in a client's language that tell you what they are looking for (Take Chantal's test and get her report and tips on your key marketing strategy!)Why knowing your key strategy will help you attract clients who are the best matchHow Chantal helps her clients pinpoint their strategy and simplify their marketingKey takeaway from Chantal: “In coaching, it's not about us and how we feel; it's about the client and how we make them feel.”Resources:Connect with Chantal Cornelius: Website (take the test!), LinkedIn, and FacebookJoin the STaR Coach Community and thrive as a coach! Need CCUs? Explore The Essence of Mastery Summit and receive $180 off by using “Meg” as your VIP code. Explore past episodes and other resources at www.STaRcoachshow.com.
In this thought-provoking episode, we dive into the powerful biblical narrative found in Acts 10:1-33, which offers invaluable insights on breaking down walls of prejudice. Join us as we explore the transformative story of Cornelius, a Roman centurion, and Peter, one of Jesus' closest disciples. Throughout history, prejudice has plagued societies, dividing people based on race, ethnicity, religion, and more. Acts 10 challenges these divisions head-on, reminding us of the importance of embracing diversity and dismantling the barriers that prevent us from truly understanding one another. Drawing inspiration from this biblical account, Cole Phillips guides us through key themes and lessons found in Acts 10:1-33. We reflect on the radical shift in perspective that both Cornelius and Peter experience, as they confront their own biases and preconceived notions. Through their encounter, we witness the profound impact of breaking down walls of prejudice. As we listen to their stories, we are challenged to examine our own hearts and attitudes, seeking to identify and overcome any prejudices that may hinder our relationships and interactions with others. We will look at the historical context, the significance of this narrative, and its relevance in today's world. We explore practical steps we can take to foster greater love for one another despite our perceived differences. Whether you're a person of faith seeking to deepen your understanding of the Bible or you're interested in promoting equality and unity, this episode will inspire and equip you to actively work towards breaking down walls of prejudice in your own life and beyond. Tune in to this enlightening episode as we explore Acts 10:1-33, and discover how its timeless message can guide us towards a more compassionate culture. It's time to challenge our own biases and embrace the beauty of diversity. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cole-phillips2/support
On July 11, 2002, a 45-year-old man is gunned down in the doorway of his home in Bridgeport, Ohio. As far as local law enforcement is concerned, it's a tragic home invasion gone wrong and nothing more. But all is not as it seems. And for a small town, identifying the perpetrator and their motive is not as straightforward as it should be. As the weeks, months, and years pass, conflicting and conflated accounts, and outright lies put forward by witnesses cloud the truth. The killer remains on the loose, their identity obscured. However years later, the fight to unravel the truth and bring the victim's assailant to account is not only renewed, but far from over. In episode 264, Jac and Alexis detail the baffling unsolved murder of John Cornelius McGhee, and the strength and courage of his daughter Madison who refuses to give up on finding justice for her father over 20 years later.
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We are not current advisory clients of the Vesto.----Join Founders AMAMembers of Founders AMA can:-Email me your questions directly (you get a private email address in the confirmation email) -Promote your company to other members by including a link to your website with you question -Unlock 39 Ask Me Anything (AMA) episodes immediately-Listen to new Ask Me Anything (AMA) episodes every week ----Join my free email newsletter to get my top 10 highlights from every book----[4:47] This story can shock and infuriate us, and it does. But I found it invigorating, too. It told me that the life of the nation was written not only by speech-making grandees in funny hats but also by street-corner boys, immigrant strivers, crazed and driven, some with one good idea, some with thousands, willing to go to the ends of the earth to make their vision real.[8:56] Tycoon's War: How Cornelius Vanderbilt Invaded a Country to Overthrow America's Most Famous Military Adventurer by Stephen Dando-Collins (Founders #55)[10:00] Unlike Vanderbilt's other adversaries William Walker was not afraid of Cornelius when he should have been.[12:21] The immigrants of that era could not afford to be children.[12:42] The Adventures of Herbie Cohen: World's Greatest Negotiator by Rich Cohen[12:54] He was driven by the same raw energy that has always attracted the most ambitious to America, then pushed them to the head of the crowd. Grasper, climber-nasty ways of describing this kid, who wants what you take for granted. From his first months in America, he was scheming, looking for a way to get ahead. You did not need to be a Rockefeller to know the basics of the dream: Start at the bottom, fight your way to the top.[14:01] There is no problem you can't solve if you understand your business from A to Z.[17:08] Sam spotted an opportunity where others saw nothing.[18:17] As far as he was concerned, ripes were considered trash only because Boston Fruit and similar firms were too slow-footed to cover ground. It was a calculation based on arrogance. I can be fast where others have been slow. I can hustle where others have been satisfied with the easy pickings of the trade.[18:42] The kid on the streets is getting a shot at a dream. He sees the guy who gets rich and thinks, yep, that'll be me. He ignores the other stories going around. // There's no way to quantify all that on a spreadsheet, but it's that dream of being the exception, the one who gets rich and gets out before he gets got that's the key to a hustler's motivation. —Decoded by Jay Z. (Founders #238)[26:36] He was pure hustle.[28:15] Preston later spoke of Zemurray with admiration. He said the kid from Russia was closer in spirit to the banana pioneers than anyone else working. "He's a risk taker," Preston explained, “he's a thinker, and he's a doer.”[30:33] They don't write books about people that stopped there.[32:48] Titan: The Life of John D. Rockefeller by Ron Chernow (Founders #248) and John D: The Founding Father of the Rockefellers by David Freeman Hawke. (#254)[34:22] He seemed to strive for the sake of striving.[34:44] If you're on a mans side you stay on that mans side or you're no better than a goddamn animal.[35:11] The world is a mere succession of fortunes made and lost, lessons learned and forgotten and learned again.[39:41] A man whose commitment could not be questioned, who fed his own brothers to the jungle.[40:00] The Forgotten Highlander: An Incredible WWII Story of Survival in the Pacificby Alistair Urquhart.[41:02] Why the Founders of United Fruit were the Rockefellers of bananas.[47:23] He kept quiet because talking only drives up the price.[48:19] There are times when certain cards sit unclaimed in the common pile, when certain properties become available that will never be available again. A good businessman feels these moments like a fall in the barometric pressure. A great businessman is dumb enough to act on them even when he cannot afford to.[53:30] He believed in the transcendent power of physical labor—that a man can free his soul only by exhausting his body.[1:02:04] He disdained bureaucracy and hated paperwork. So seldom did he dictate a letter that he requires no full-time secretary.[1:04:01] He was respected because he understood the trade. By the time he was 40 he had served in every position. There was not a job he could not do nor a task he could not accomplish. He considered it a secret of his success.[1:05:02] Rick Rubin: In the Studio by Jake Brown. (Founders #245)[1:08:00] Zemurray was the founder, forever on the attack, at work, in progress, growing by trial and error.[1:10:44] Here was a self-made man, filled with the most dangerous kind of confidence: he had done it before and believed he could do it again. This gave him the air of a berserker, who says, If you're going to fight me, you better kill me. If you've ever known such a person, you will recognize the type at once. If he does not say much, it's because he considers small talk a weakness. Wars are not won by running your mouth. I'm describing a once essential American type that has largely vanished. Men who channeled all their love and fear into the business, the factory, the plantation, the shop.[1:11:44] Founder Mentality vs Big Company Mentality: When this mess of deeds came to light, United Fruit did what big bureaucracy-heavy companies always do: hired lawyers and investigators to search every file for the identity of the true owner. This took months. In the meantime, Zemurray, meeting separately with each claimant, simply bought the land from them both. He bought it twice paid a little more, yes, but if you factor in the cost of all those lawyers, probably still spent less than United Fruit and came away with the prize.[1:13:04] His philosophy: Get up first, work harder, get your hands in the dirt and blood in your eyes.[1:17:02] For every move there is a counter move. For every disaster there is a recovery. He never lost faith in his own agency.[1:17:57] A man focused on the near horizon of costs can sometimes lose sight of the far horizon of potential windfall.[1:20:22] You gentlemen have been fucking up this business long enough. I'm going to straighten it out.[1:23:03] In a time of crisis the mere evidence of activity can be enough to get things moving.[1:23:42] Zemurray was never heard to bitch or justify. He was a member of a generation that lived by the maxim: Never complain, never explain.[1:27:08] The Father of Spin: Edward L. Bernays and the Birth of Public Relationsby Larry Tye[1:28:14] He should link his private interest to a public cause.[1:29:32] In almost every act of our daily lives, whether in the sphere of politics or business, in our social conduct or our ethical thinking, we are dominated by the relatively small number of persons who understand the mental processes and social patterns of the masses, who harness old social forces and contrive new ways to bind and guide the world.[1:32:28] Sam's defining characteristic was his belief in his own agency, his refusal to despair. No story is without the possibility of redemption; with cleverness and hustle, the worst can be overcome. I can't help but feel that we would do well by emulating Sam Zemurray–not the brutality or the conquest, but the righteous anger that sent the striver into the boardroom of laughing elites, waving his proxies, shouting, "You gentlemen have been fucking up this business long enough. I'm going to straighten it out.—“I have listened to every episode released and look forward to every episode that comes out. The only criticism I would have is that after each podcast I usually want to buy the book because I am interested, so my poor wallet suffers. ”— GarethBe like Gareth. Buy a book: All the books featured on Founders Podcast
Ted teaches from Acts 10 on the interaction between Peter and Cornelius, and the good news that God shows no favoritism. Website: thestorehouse.homes To watch previously recorded messages, visit the Saint James Church YouTube channel. Blog https://www.tedhaggardblog.com/ Zoom Bible Study: Wednesdays @10am (Mountain) Click "Join Meeting" Use code 7193380079 For more information, text Ted at 719-338-0079.
Play audio-only episode | Play video episode Click above to play either the audio-only episode or video episode in a new window. In this episode we once again delve into the intersection of Artificial Intelligence and Project Management. Our focus right now is to explore the pervasive buzz around AI in the PM landscape because the integration of AI into project management has been making waves across industries. And I have no doubt that you must have stumbled upon an intriguing article or LinkedIn post making (sometimes wild) predictions and highlighting the profound influence of AI on project management roles, right? It's undeniable that AI's presence is reshaping our professional landscape, but to what extent? What should be the role of AI in our world? Has AI impacted your daily tasks or decision-making processes in project management? What are the challenges?
This week we are taking a look back at some of the things we learned from 12 years of marriage and how our relationship has grown and changed since then.Full episode of 12 Things We Learned in 12 YearsFull episode of What We Did When We Wanted to DivorceWe would love your feedback... If you enjoyed this episode, tell us why! Leave us a review and make sure you subscribe on your favorite podcast platform.Visit us @:Instagram Heather LindseyCornelius LindseyExecutive Producers are Riley Peleuses + Michaela Garrison for YEA Networks / YEA PodcastsIf you are interested in advertising on this podcast or having Cornelius & Heather as guests on your Podcast, Radio Show, or TV Show, reach out to email@example.com
Transcript:Hello, this is Pastor Don of Christ Redeemer Church. Welcome to The Kingdom Perspective. What does the Bible say about racism and ethnocentrism? A whole lot! The Bible tells us that we all have a shared origin and identity. God made each of us in the image of God. The Apostle Paul explains it this way: God “made from one man [i.e., Adam] every nation” and He did so…that they should seek God and perhaps find Him” (Acts 17:26-27). And so, there is no such thing as a superior race or people group. Even when God chose Abraham to create the nation of Israel, He explicitly says He did so that all the people groups on the earth might be blessed. Ultimately, this is fulfilled in the Jesus, who died to secure the promise of Abraham to all the nations (Galatians 3:6-16). God is no respecter of persons. This brings us to our second point. The Bible tells us that Christ will redeem people from every nationality, people group and language—a multitude so vast that no one will be able to number them! On that final day, there will be “full representation” of all humanity at God's table. Heaven will be a multiethnic and multicultural place—a diversity of humanity like the world has never seen, all unified in the worship of the one true God who died to save us. Those that refuse to embrace this, and certainly those that oppose it in their racism and ethnocentrism, are not fit for heaven. They must be transformed, for they are at best tacit enemies of God's grace. Are you growing in your love of the diversity of God's people? That's something to think about from The Kingdom Perspective. The next day Peter started out with them, and some of the believers from Joppa went along. The following day he arrived in Caesarea. Cornelius was expecting them and had called together his relatives and close friends. As Peter entered the house, Cornelius met him and fell at his feet in reverence. But Peter made him get up. “Stand up,” he said, “I am only a man myself.” While talking with him, Peter went inside and found a large gathering of people. He said to them: “You are well aware that it is against our law for a Jew to associate with or visit a Gentile. But God has shown me that I should not call anyone impure or unclean. So when I was sent for, I came without raising any objection. May I ask why you sent for me?” Cornelius answered: “Three days ago I was in my house praying at this hour, at three in the afternoon. Suddenly a man in shining clothes stood before me and said, ‘Cornelius, God has heard your prayer and remembered your gifts to the poor. Send to Joppa for Simon who is called Peter. He is a guest in the home of Simon the tanner, who lives by the sea.' So I sent for you immediately, and it was good of you to come. Now we are all here in the presence of God to listen to everything the Lord has commanded you to tell us.” Then Peter began to speak: “I now realize how true it is that God does not show favoritism but accepts from every nation the one who fears him and does what is right. You know the message God sent to the people of Israel, announcing the good news of peace through Jesus Christ, who is Lord of all. You know what has happened throughout the province of Judea, beginning in Galilee after the baptism that John preached— how God anointed Jesus of Nazareth with the Holy Spirit and power, and how he went around doing good and healing all who were under the power of the devil, because God was with him. “We are witnesses of everything he did in the country of the Jews and in Jerusalem. They killed him by hanging him on a cross, but God raised him from the dead on the third day and caused him to be seen. He was not seen by all the people, but by witnesses whom God had already chosen—by us who ate and drank with him after he rose from the dead. He commanded us to preach to the people and to testify that he is the one whom God appointed as judge of the living and the dead. All the prophets testify about him that everyone who believes in him receives forgiveness of sins through his name.” While Peter was still speaking these words, the Holy Spirit came on all who heard the message. The circumcised believers who had come with Peter were astonished that the gift of the Holy Spirit had been poured out even on Gentiles. For they heard them speaking in tongues and praising God. Then Peter said, “Surely no one can stand in the way of their being baptized with water. They have received the Holy Spirit just as we have.” So he ordered that they be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ. Then they asked Peter to stay with them for a few days.~Acts 10:23-48 (NIV)
The town of Davidson is on a mission to get people safely across the streets. Starting Tuesday, a new town ordinance makes it improper to jaywalk or cross streets outside of sidewalks. Those who are caught improperly crossing the street could be cited. “People will usually just walk across at any part of the streets, and they don't wait for the crosswalk,” Kelly Brower, a Cornelius resident, told WCNC Charlotte's Jesse Pierre, who visited Davidson Monday. Town and community leaders have been working on initiatives to make the town safer for walkers, bikers and drivers. “What used to be maybe safe to do four or five years ago, now it's become much more difficult,” Kimber Davidson, the police chief of the town with whom he shares a name, explained. “So, we're trying to encourage through voluntary compliance, the use of the crosswalks.” Town Manager Jamie Justice supports this initiative. "We want everyone to be safe. There is so much activity in these pedestrian safety zones," Justice said. "We ask that everyone use the approved crosswalks to avoid any more pedestrian injuries or fatalities." Town leaders said they adopted the "improper road crossing ordinance" after three incidents where people were hit and killed in recent years. Over the last month, Davidson police officers have been educating people about the new rule. READ MORE: https://www.wcnc.com/article/news/crime/davidson-citing-people-improperly-cross-street-jaywalk-fine/275-c7389180-f0da-44c4-8236-dafcfbbcc8c6 Watch Wake Up Charlotte each weekday morning from 4:30 to 7 a.m. on WCNC Charlotte, and as always, join the conversation on social media using #WakeUpCLT!
This week Heather and Cornelius talk about the arguments they've had in their marriage. They discuss many of the mistakes they've made. They talk about how they've learned to converse with each other without hitting below the belt. If you and your partner can't communicate, LISTEN TO THIS TOGETHER. It's funny and enlightening.Thank you to this week's sponsor:BetterHelp - This episode is sponsored by/brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/LINDSEYS and get on your way to being your best self. We would love your feedback... If you enjoyed this episode, tell us why! Leave us a review and make sure you subscribe on your favorite podcast platform.Visit us @:Instagram Heather LindseyCornelius Lindsey
Introduction In the previous pericope, we saw where God worked providentially to connect Cornelius, a Roman Centurion living in Caesarea, with Peter, who was living in Joppa (30 miles south). Cornelius is described as a God-fearer (Acts 10:2, 22). God-fearers were Gentiles who were drawn to the simplicity of monotheism and the high morality offered through the Mosaic Law in Judaism. The Greeks and Romans were polytheistic and their fickle and violent gods were often at war with each other. Their gods were little more than amplified representations of humanity, and the multiplicity of gods made their whole religious system unstable. As a God-fearer, Cornelius showed signs of positive volition, and he sought the Lord in prayer and through acts of kindness. Prayer and acts of charity in an unbeliever have no saving value; however, in the case of Cornelius, they demonstrated positive volition toward God, so the Lord sent him gospel information so he could believe in Christ for salvation (Acts 10:24-44). Cornelius was not saved, but he would be, after hearing and responding to the gospel of grace (Acts 11:13-14). What follows is the account of God's providence to orchestrate an evangelistic opportunity. Text Luke tells us, “On the next day, as they were on their way and approaching the city, Peter went up on the housetop about the sixth hour to pray” (Acts 10:9). We observe these events occurring in time and space as Luke employs the words day and hour, city and housetop. Cornelius' servants had traveled the 30 miles south from Caesarea to Joppa in a day, which either meant they were on horseback, or travelled all night. The sixth hour was about noontime and may have reflected a pattern in Peter's prayer life. Other godly believers had a habit of prayer at certain times of the day (Psa 55:17; Dan 6:10). The Lord would use this situation to teach Peter a theological truth. But he became hungry and was desiring to eat; but while they were making preparations, he fell into a trance, 11 and he saw the sky opened up, and an object like a great sheet coming down, lowered by four corners to the ground, 12 and there were in it all kinds of four-footed animals and crawling creatures of the earth and birds of the air. A voice came to him, “Get up, Peter, kill and eat!” 14 But Peter said, “By no means, Lord, for I have never eaten anything unholy and unclean” (Acts 10:10-14) In the vision, Peter saw the sky open up and saw what appeared to him something like a great sheet descending to the ground. On the sheet was a variety of animals, crawling creatures and birds. Peter heard the Lord's voice instruct him, saying, “Get up, Peter, kill and eat!” (Acts 10:12b). The Lord's directive was a command with two verbs in the imperative mood (θῦσον καὶ φάγε). The Mosaic Law distinguished between clean and unclean animals, and if one touched or ate an unclean animal, one became ceremonially unclean (see Lev 11). The primary reason for the vision was to teach Peter that he was now to accept the Gentiles as equal in the body of Christ, and that he “should not call any man unholy or unclean” (Acts 10:28). In the Church Age, God has declared all foods clean (Mark 7:19; Rom 14:14; Col 2:16; 1 Tim 4:4). But old habits die hard, and Peter was challenged to conform to the new standard, and this was not the first time Peter resisted the Lord (Matt 16:22). Ultimately, God was teaching Peter that He has declared Gentiles and Jews equal in the body of Christ, and that the wall of division had been removed (see Acts 10:28; cf., Gal 3:26-29; Eph 2:14-16). God used repetition for emphasis as well as to seat the matter in Peter's mind. And God was gracious and persistent, as Luke tells us, “Again a voice came to him a second time, ‘What God has cleansed, no longer consider unholy.' This happened three times, and immediately the object was taken up into the sky” (Acts 10:15-16). The timing of the vision was intended to prepare Peter for what followed. Luke tells us, “Now while Peter was greatly perplexed in mind as to what the vision which he had seen might be, behold, the men who had been sent by Cornelius, having asked directions for Simon's house, appeared at the gate, and calling out, they were asking whether Simon, who was also called Peter, was staying there” (Acts 10:17-18). Here we see God's providence at work, as He prepares Peter and Cornelius' servants to meet for the first time. But Peter did not know Cornelius' men were at the gate, so “While Peter was reflecting on the vision, the Spirit said to him, ‘Behold, three men are looking for you. But get up, go downstairs and accompany them without misgivings, for I have sent them Myself'” (Acts 10:19-20). This shows that God the Holy Spirit is behind evangelism. Peter, being positive to the Lord and His directives, obeyed and did as He was told. Luke records, “Peter went down to the men and said, ‘Behold, I am the one you are looking for; what is the reason for which you have come?' They said, ‘Cornelius, a centurion, a righteous and God-fearing man well-spoken of by the entire nation of the Jews, was divinely directed by a holy angel to send for you to come to his house and hear a message from you” (Acts 10:21-22). The result was, “So he invited them in and gave them lodging. And on the next day he got up and went away with them, and some of the brethren from Joppa accompanied him” (Acts 10:23). Peter displayed hospitality to his guests by inviting them in and giving them a place to sleep for the night. This was a big change for Peter, for Jews normally did not entertain Gentiles, let alone lodge them in their home for the night. They left the next morning and journeyed from Joppa to Caesarea, and some of Peter's Jewish brethren came along with him. One wonders why God did not use Philip to preach to Cornelius and family, since Philip was already in Caesarea (Acts 8:40). Whatever the reason, God always works through the right servant at the right time, and Peter was His selection for evangelism. Summary of Acts 10:9-23: The Central Idea of the Text is that God revealed to Peter that Gentiles and Jews are both equally acceptable to Him in Christ. Present Application God is the One who works to create evangelistic opportunities as He works behind the scenes, creating and controlling circumstances for His purposes. Here we observe an example where an angel was used as a “ministering spirit, sent out to render service for the sake of those who will inherit salvation” (Heb 1:14). Though God used an angel to tell Cornelius what to do, the sharing of the gospel is a privilege for humans, and Peter was the Lord's man to share that salvific information. By God's sovereign will He controls all the events of our lives, and the things we consider mundane or coincidence are used by Him to direct us to the places and people He has predetermined. In this, we know there are no accidental events in our lives, nor chance encounters with other people, for God is working “all things after the counsel of His will” (Eph 1:11; cf. Psa 103:19; 135:6; Dan 4:35), and causing “all things to work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose” (Rom 8:28). God used a visual aid and repetition as pedagogical tools to help Peter uproot a lifetime of thinking that was now a hindrance to his spiritual service. The Lord was changing His historical program through the institution of the Church, and the separation that existed historically between Jews and Gentiles was removed (Gal 3:26-29; Eph 2:11-16; Col 3:11). Peter, having originally said to God, “By no means, Lord” (Acts 10:14; cf. Matt 16:21-23; John 13:8), soon revealed himself as teachable and willing to adjust his theology and life as God corrected him. Theology must have application, and the correction to Peter's theology became evident when he actually went with the Gentiles to the house of Cornelius (Acts 10:23-48). It's tough to make personal changes in ministry because we're challenged to unseat longstanding values and traditions which may have served us well at one time, but are no longer useful. Inertia is easier and requires no action to change. However, if we're unwilling to change, the end result is death to ministry. In Peter's case, inertia would have rendered him useless as a servant of the Lord, and may have brought divine discipline. Gospel Presentation If you are here this morning without Christ, without hope, and without eternal life, I want you to know that when Jesus was on the cross, He had you personally in mind as He bore your sin and paid the price for it. He died and paid the penalty for your sins so that you would not have to. Scripture reveals, “God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us” (Rom 5:8), and “Christ also died for sins once for all, the just for the unjust, so that He might bring us to God” (1 Pet 3:18). The good news for us is that “Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures, and that He was buried, and that He was raised on the third day according to the Scriptures” (1 Cor 15:3-4), and if we place our faith in Him as the only Savior (John 14:6; Acts 4:12), we are promised forgiveness of sins (Eph 1:7), eternal life (John 10:28), and place in heaven forever (John 14:1-3). I “beg you on behalf of Christ, be reconciled to God” (2 Cor 5:20).
Welcome back to the Follower of One podcast. I'm Mike Henry Sr., and we do a devotional each workday where we challenge ourselves to live our faith in some way that makes Jesus visible in our workplaces. Today, I want to talk about Acts 10:3, and I'm stealing this from Mark Batterson in his book, Draw the Circle. I would like to encourage you to consider getting that book. It's a great book. It's based on the Circle Maker, which is another book that he wrote both about praying circles around our problems until God does something with them. We pray until something happens. Pray as long as it takes. On day 13 of Draw the Circle, he actually talks about one day. Acts chapter 10, verse 3 from the New American Standard, says, "About the ninth hour of the day, he clearly saw in a vision an angel of God who had just come in and said to him, Cornelius." Cornelius was a centurion, of the Italian cohort. So, he was based in Rome. He was a devout man. He feared God. It says in verse two and he prayed to God continually, but on some odd day, one day at about three o'clock in the afternoon, he clearly got a vision. An angel of God had just come and said to him, "Cornelius." He'd called his name. What's happening here is that Cornelius will send some people to Peter. Peter will also experience a vision. And this is the way that the gospel was first given to the Gentiles rather miraculous event, or rather miraculous series of events. Actually, that took place just one day at three o'clock in the afternoon, about the ninth hour of the day, Cornelius got this vision. Maybe there's something that you've been praying for about your work or a relationship with Jesus, or about how you interact with the people in your workplace. And you've been praying about that for a long time. I want to encourage you to pray one more day. We never know which day it is. We never know what day and what time God will do what God is going to do. And I'm speaking to myself as I often do. As I pray for things around Follower of One or about, other activities going on in our family and in the lives of our kids and grandkids and my relatives and other people that I know. I never know when it's the one day. I never know when it's time. God keeps it that way. This isn't about us knowing what God's going to do. It isn't about us, being there at the right moment. This is about us being followers of Jesus, constantly asking, seeking, and knocking. It says here that he was praying. Cornelius was praying to God continually in verse two. We need to be searching for God, continually. And today I want to encourage you in your workplace search for God continually. Don't give up. Go one more day. We can all go one more day. We can all make one more prayer. We can all purpose in our hearts to wait a little longer, to be patient a little better. Everyone who knows me knows that I am not the guy saying this to you. I'm saying this to me. This is for me. I want to learn to wait. I want to trust God, because one day at about three o'clock in the afternoon, he will do what he will do. In the meantime, it doesn't mean that we keep doing the same things over and over again, expecting our actions to bring about a different result. It does mean that we continue pursuing God; chasing after him, listening to his ideas and his suggestions, the things that he prompts into our mind that put us on his mission. And I want to challenge you today. Let God direct you and let's be patient. Let's ask one more day. Let's wait a little longer. And let's trust God a little more.
Do you want to enhance the well-being of your beef calves and increase your profits? Are you searching for a solution that can help you achieve these desired outcomes? Look no further! Our guest experts, Shelby Cornelius and Zeb Gray, will be revealing the key to improving calf health and boosting profitability. They will be sharing the secret to obtaining optimal results during the weaning period. So get ready to unlock a world of healthier calves and greater financial success. In this episode, you will be able to: Unravel the essentiality of effective stress control during calves' weaning and receiving and its direct link to their overall well-being and profitability. Explore the significance of apt nutrition preceding weaning in paving the path for robust cows and calves. See first-hand how innovative products like Number Ten Breedback Tub and Kickstart Weaning Tub are leading the pack in cow and calf nutrition. Delve into the critical role of water in calf nutrition and the necessity for it to be clean and easily accessible. Recognize the intricate differences in nutrition management for immediate sale calves versus those readied through backgrounding, and the value of working with a nutritionist. Learn more about Vitalix: https://vitalix.com/ The key moments in this episode are: 00:00:02 - Introduction, 00:01:39 - Introductions, 00:03:15 - Negative impacts of stress, 00:05:34 - Setting calves up for success, 00:09:46 - Preparing calves for weaning, 00:15:47 - Importance of Nutrition for Cattle, 00:17:10 - Marketing and Nutrition, 00:19:23 - Selecting Products for Cattle, 00:22:01 - Importance of Organic Minerals, 00:25:07 - Managing Weaning and Receiving Period, 00:32:40 - Recap and Call to Action, 00:32:40 - Thanking the Audience, 00:32:40 - Implementation of Advice, 00:32:40 - Social Media Engagement, 00:32:40 - Closing Remarks, Full Show Notes: https://www.casualcattleconversations.com/casual-cattle-conversations-podcast-shownotes Free Weekly Resources: https://www.casualcattleconversations.com/ranching-resources • Take Your Ranch to the Next Level Once a month Shaye hosts Q&A calls between cattle producers and beef industry leaders to help ranchers find answers to their questions and improve their bottom lines. The best part is you get expert insight from the comfort of your own ranch and get to ask any question you want relating to the topic! Learn More About RancherMinds: https://www.casualcattleconversations.com/ranchermind-events Connect with me on Social Media Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/cattleconvos Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/cattleconvos/ Podcast Coaching Do you have an existing podcast or want to start a new one but don't know where to start? Connect with Shaye and she will lay out everything you need to know to get you started on the right foot. Book a one-time coaching call using this link: https://calendly.com/cattleconvos/podcast-coaching Interested in a coaching package? Email Shaye at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell her about the podcast you want to start!
Rev. Emily McGinley continues our series, "A Transforming Faith", by looking at the story of Cornelius in Acts 10. The purpose of waking up is not personal or private perfection, but surrender, love, and union with God. Follow City Church San Francisco: Instagram: https://instagram.com/citychurchsf Facebook: https://facebook.com/citychurchsf Twitter: https://twitter.com/citychurchsf Website: https://www.citychurchsf.org
Segment 3, August 26th, 2023 There are many places in the Carolinas that are hidden in plain sight. One of which was recently written about by our friend, Joe Marusak, from the Charlotte Observer. He's been working at the Charlotte Observer for over thirty years and covers a ton of stories. We're going to learn a little about one of North Carolina's smaller lakes that hugs up next to NC's largest manmade lake, Lake Norman. Joe recently wrote about Lake Davidson & the query of it being a part of Lake Norman. That story led to an invite to meet Lake Cornelius & this August 22 article. During this chat with host Bill Bartee from the local Charlotte outdoor store, Jesse Brown's, Marusak gives us his first hand experience of adventuring one recent Sunday on Lake Cornelius. He also let's us know that all the lakes were formed by Duke Energy when they created the 32,475 acre, Lake Norman. For this reason & the management of the Lake under federal license, both Cornelius & Davidson are considered part of Lake Norman by Duke. Marusak let's the listeners of the Carolina Outdoors know about the wildlife, the quietness, & the community of people that seek escape on Lake Cornelius. Also, that Lake Cornelius is accessed at a YMCA that is located in Davidson, NC. Just to keep all visitors on their toes. Oh yes! Lake Cornelius's 125-acres is a lot cooler if you're escaping the heat. Joe described the shade & breeze that made his Sunday paddle trip pleasant. This segment of the Carolina Outdoors was powered by the Sonic Fly Rod available in Charlotte at Jesse Brown's.
Heather and Cornelius celebrated 13 years of marriage recently and they are back to talk about the last couple years of their marriage. They talk about expectations, learning how to converse with each other, dealing with inner trauma, deciding not to get divorced, learning how to trust again and so much more. Whether you're married, engaged, dating or living single in these streets, there's something for you.Thank you to this week's sponsors:BetterHelp - This episode is sponsored by/brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/LINDSEYS and get on your way to being your best self. We would love your feedback... If you enjoyed this episode, tell us why! Leave us a review and make sure you subscribe on your favorite podcast platform.Visit us @:Instagram Heather LindseyCornelius LindseyExecutive Producers are Riley Peleuses + Michaela Garrison for YEA Networks / YEA PodcastsIf you are interested in advertising on this podcast or having Cornelius & Heather as guests on your Podcast, Radio Show, or TV Show, reach out to email@example.com
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Quarterback and Running Back Starts at 1:00 Savor your back-to-back Big Ten Championship winning Michigan Wolverines. Seth guaranteed a win against Ohio State last year and he was right. It's JJ, what level is JJ at? The TCU game obscures it but he's very good at not throwing the ball into bad places. How would you attack JJ McCarthy if you're a defense? The only thing that really de-rails this season is if he gets hurt. Is there any reason to think that JJ won't make a leap, similarly to Shea Patterson (consensus is no, he should make the leap)? Brian thinks Jack Tuttle is the likely backup and would be a viable caretaker, everyone else thinks it'll be Davis Warren. There is a very mature and very professional conversation about Alex Orji. Apparently he's the kick returner, but could he also be an actually useful asset in short yardage? Is this the best running back duo in school history? Is Blake Corum the best running back in Michigan football history? He's fast, hard to tackle, and just rarely makes mistakes. Donovan Edwards played last year with a broken hand and a knee injury (and also destroyed Ohio State in the process). His decision making improved greatly so while healthy, he should be fun to watch. CJ Stokes and Kalel Mullings are up next, CJ Stokes had some unfortunate plays but hopefully improved and gets play time. Does Tavierre Dunlap last the year? [The rest of the writeup and the player after THE JUMP] 2. Receiver and Tight Tend Starts at 1:08:30 Wide receiver has been a "problem" position with some fans but Cornelius Johnson and Roman Wilson are both probably draftable. If this is the biggest problem, it is a good problem. Seemed like there were a lot of balls that Cornelius Johnson could almost catch from JJ, just need to lock down that connection more. Maybe not a 900 yard guy but still a good option. Roman Wilson will continue to play in the slot as a speedster. He'll be the most open the most often (he was more open than Cornelius on one of the touchdowns against Ohio State). You should check out Roman Wilson's YouTube channel. The other outside receiver is Tyler Morris, who seems to have a telepathic connection with JJ. He might not get a lot of targets but we're comfortable with him as a starter. Peyton O'Leary is definitely going to play and get some receptions this year. Semaj Morgan is a lot like AJ Henning as a recruit. Have Michigan fans ever been so sure about a tight end being an All-American as Colston Loveland? Did you know he was a wide receiver in Idaho two years ago? In Idaho. Does he get the most targets this season? You can line him up as a receiver if you really want to, he can be a matchup nightmare. AJ Barner had to endure Indiana's offense last year, but he should be serviceable at Michigan. Matthew Hibner has shown flashes in the past, but after that the depth gets a little light. There are photos of Marlin Klein playing with the 1s. Max Bredeson is technically a fullback but is also basically a tight end. 3. Hot Takes and Offensive Line Starts at 1:56:18 Takes hotter than Mel Tucker's seat after he loses to DeVry University. This is the deepest offensive line any of us can remember - we would be comfortable with some of the 3rd stringers. Zak Zinter is the top guard on some draft lists and is probably at his ceiling, Trevor Keegan should be recovered from an injury and have some room for improvement this year. Center is a battle between Drake Nugent and Greg Crippen. NFL folks love LaDarius Henderson for his athletic traits. Giovanni El-Hadi looked good last year up until the Illinois game and will probably be a starter next year. Coaches are going to rotate starters in the non-conference. Karsen Barnhart has been getting a lot of camp buzz - plays really well against bad opponents but really struggles against anyone better than him. We would expect Trente Jones to win the right tackle job, but we're hearing other things from camp. Nice to see Myles Hinton since he was heavily coveted as a recruit. He struggled at Stanford, but that may have been a product of Stanford's offense. Hinton moves really smoothly for how big he is. LaDarius Hunderson is probably the starting left tackle. 4. Offense in Summary Starts at 2:38:51 This offense looks to be the best of the Harbaugh era. What offense in Michigan football history would you take over this one? JJ is just Zen Harbaugh. What is the biggest concern of the offense (other than someone getting hurt)? Who is your breakout player? Who's your Dude? Final SP+ rank? MUSIC: “Don't Fade Out”— Cut Worms “Gilded Lily”— Cults “Handsome”— Drug Cabin “Across 110th Street”
Anna Carter Florence says Acts 10 shows us that no matter how hard and fast the rules, God likes to change things up at a moment's notice. God likes to do a new thing, just to keep things lively and the people hopping, while amazing grace pours down.
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This week in our Acts series our Lead Pastor, Miles Fidell, takes us through Acts 10:1-11:18, the story of Peter and Cornelius and the internal transformation offered to us because of Jesus' sacrificial blood on the cross.
Heather and Cornelius celebrated 13 years of marriage recently. They sat down to have an honest and open conversation about what they've learned. They talk about expectations, learning how to converse with each other, dealing with inner trauma, deciding not to get divorced, learning how to trust again and so much more. Whether you're married, engaged, dating or living single in these streets, there's something for you.Thank you to this week's sponsors:BetterHelp - This episode is sponsored by/brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/LINDSEYS and get on your way to being your best self. Chime - Just open a Chime Checking Account with a $200+ qualified direct deposit to get started. Get started at chime.com/lwtl.We would love your feedback... If you enjoyed this episode, tell us why! Leave us a review and make sure you subscribe on your favorite podcast platform.Visit us @:Instagram Heather LindseyCornelius LindseyExecutive Producers are Riley Peleuses + Michaela Garrison for YEA Networks / YEA PodcastsIf you are interested in advertising on this podcast or having Cornelius & Heather as guests on your Podcast, Radio Show, or TV Show, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
Ever wondered how certain things energize and move you into action while other things seem to drain and tire you out? Well, it's certainly not a random occurrence, and one of the most effective ways I've found to understand my decision-making and energy flow has been through Human Design. In this episode, I sit down with Shayna Cornelius and Dana Stiles, hosts of the DayLuna Human Design Podcast, to dive deep into the world of Human Design, and I am so excited to share this conversation with you! If you're new to Human Design, fret not - Shayna & Dana break down Human Design to its core and explain each energy type, whether that's Manifestor, Generator, Manifesting Generator, Projector, or Reflector, share insights on how each type navigates the world, as well as strategies you can implement to make decisions, big or small, that align most with your purpose. Shayna & Dana also talk about making Human Design more approachable with their new book, Your Human Design, as well as many other resources you can tap into to learn more about your own Human Design. If you're looking to deepen your understanding of what truly moves and inspires you in both your personal & professional life, then this episode is a must-listen. KEY POINTS: - The story behind DayLuna: How Shayna & Dana discovered Human Design - What is Human Design and how to use it to understand yourself - The 5 energetic types of Human Design and their strategies - The 8 types of authority and how to lean into them in your decision making QUOTABLES: “The purpose of human design is to give you languaging; to understand yourself more so you can start operating in a way that serves you.” - Shayna Cornelius “Human Design is human design. It's just as complex and intricate as we are as humans. We're all so incredibly unique with a combination of things that we have in our chart, so understanding how you are different from your friends and family and colleagues is the first place to start honoring that.” - Dana Stiles “Using your authority and really understanding and cultivating a relationship with your authority is the most liberating thing you can do.” - Shayna Cornelius “I discovered the same things I thought were character flaws. When you see them in this new angle, when you're using them correctly, they're your greatest superpowers.” - Dana Stiles RESOURCES: [FREE] Are you a content creator ready to take your brand collaborations to new heights? Grab the Brand Deal Playbook and unlock the secrets to securing paid partnerships with confidence. You'll gain free access to pitch templates, essential questions, and expert strategies that will propel your content creator journey to new heights, including immediate and lifetime access! [ORDER] my book or Audible, Get What You Want: How to Go From Unseen to Unstoppable so you can leverage the power of your own influence. Click here to check out the DayLuna Human Design Podcast! Click here to pull up your free chart and learn more about Human Design. Follow DayLuna on Instagram