Pastor Josh Carstensen is continuing a series on the book of Ruth where we meet Boaz. The author calls him a worthy man, and then shares eleven indicators of a worthy man. It's a huge responsibility for men to lead, but it must be done in humble partnership with the Lord, while looking to the one worthy man - Jesus - who did what we cannot do. Which of these eleven indicators do you need to ask the Lord for strengthening? After the message, you're invited to download, and fill out, the Ruth series journal, which you can find on our website, nwhills.com, right next to the worship service video. Thank you for listening to this message on October 17, 2021, at 9:00am from Northwest Hills Community Church in Corvallis, Oregon.
Pastor Josh Carstensen is continuing a series on the book of Ruth where Ruth starts gleaning from Boaz's field. It's a beautiful example of God's provision and providence. God cares for the sojourner, the fatherless, and the widows. And he reminds us that we were all once sojourners before being saved by Him. And so, he commands us to take care of others in the same way with a heart for justice, mercy, and faithfulness. After the message, you're invited to download, and fill out, the Ruth series journal, which you can find on our website, nwhills.com, right next to the worship service video. Thank you for listening to this message on October 10, 2021, at 9:00am from Northwest Hills Community Church in Corvallis, Oregon.
Pastor Josh Carstensen is continuing a series on Ruth where Naomi and Ruth return to Bethlehem. Ruth enters the city as an outsider from Moab, a group of people constantly fighting with God's people. Like Ruth, we're all outsiders to God's Kingdom and we need someone to vouch for us in the same way that Naomi vouches for Ruth. But unlike Naomi, Jesus pursues us and brings us to the gates of Heaven Himself. It's amazingly good news! After the message, you're invited to download, and fill out, the Ruth series journal, which you can find on our website, nwhills.com, right next to the worship service video. Thank you for listening to this message on October 3, 2021, at 9:00am from Northwest Hills Community Church in Corvallis, Oregon.
The guys from Dawgman.com - Kim Grinolds, Chris Fetters, and Scott Eklund - gave their thoughts on Washington's 27-24 loss to Oregon State Saturday night in Corvallis, a game that the Huskies had turned around in a big way, only to give up 10-unanswered fourth-quarter points, including a 24-yard field goal on the last play of the game. They focused first on the play of the game - the fourth and one that Oregon State was able to stuff with 3:18 to play in the game, allowing the Beavers to salt away the game in Washington territory. The Huskies even looked to allow OSU to score as a means of getting the ball back, but the Beavers figured it out in time to maintain possession and make the game-winning kick with no time left. They also talked about Dylan Morris's night and how the Washington quarterback had his definite ups and downs. He started out strong, throwing a 44-yard touchdown strike to Terrell Bynum to get the Huskies off on the right foot, but then really struggled from that point onward. Washington's offensive line went through some in-game changes, including MJ Ale taking over for Julius Buelow at left guard. Will that end up being a permanent change, especially given the fact that Ale was the starting left guard for all of the 2020 season? And what to make of the Wildcat, and the ability of Sean McGrew and Kamari Pleasant to utilize it so effectively? It definitely makes you wonder what the senior running backs weren't doing early in the season to not get any carries against Montana and Michigan. The Dawgman guys also heaped praise on Washington's defensive line, who really battled inside against an Oregon State offensive line leading the Pac-12 in rushing. And Edefuan Ulofoshio had a whale of a night inside, racking up 16 tackles, followed by Sam Taimani's 9 tackles and two tackles for loss. But what to make of the coaches, and especially John Donovan? What happens next? Is the bye week the time the Huskies make a change or do they try to figure something out schematically that can work for more than one or two drives? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Washington play-by-play voice Tony Castricone joins Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain to preview the Huskies road trip on Saturday to Corvallis to face an Oregon State team coming off a huge blowout win of USC last week.
The Dawgman.com interns - Jack McCauley and Intern Emeritus Luke Mounger - break down what they've seen from the Oregon State Beavers so far this season and how they match up against the Washington Huskies going into Saturday night's game at Reser Stadium in Corvallis. What to make of Oregon State? They just came off one of the biggest wins in recent program history, beating USC in Los Angeles for the first time in over 60 years. That's huge, and the Beavers are obviously riding a huge wave of momentum. Starting with the offense, they talk about BJ Baylor picking up the Oregon State run game where Jermar Jefferson left off. And quarterback Chance Nolan took advantage of Sam Noyer faltering against Purdue and is now firmly ensconced as OSU's first-choice signal-caller. Is he similar to Cal's Chase Garbers? And they have a number of smaller, shiftier receivers that could cause problems for a Washington defense that has been solid, but not spectacular so far this season. Moving to the defensive side, the interns talk about some of Oregon State's key players from front to back, like LBs Avery Roberts, Omar Speights, former Federal Way star Andrzej Hughes-Murray, Jaydon Grant, and Rejzohn Wright. They've given up yards in the passing game, but they've also created a lot of turnovers too. To finish up, Jack and Luke give their keys to the game for Washington and what they need to do to find a win on the road. They also give their confidence levels of a Washington victory. Are they feeling good about UW's chances, or do they have some reservations? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sophomore safety Cameron Williams, freshman defensive lineman Faatui Tuitele, and Assistant Defensive Backs Coach Terrence Brown spoke to the media Wednesday ahead of Washington's travels to Corvallis to take on Oregon State Saturday night. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Washington Head Coach Jimmy Lake spoke to the media Monday as the Huskies get ready to become Road Dawgs once again and head to Corvallis to take on a surging Oregon State team led by former Washington Offensive Coordinator Jonathan Smith. Here's what Lake had to say about the Beavers, UW's overtime win over California this past weekend, how some of the injured or unavailable players are doing, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Pastor Josh Carstensen is continuing a series on Ruth where Naomi pleads for Orpah, and Ruth to go back to Moab. But Ruth commits to Naomi and to the Lord by saying, "Your people shall be my people, and your God my God." On the surface, it seems risky for Ruth to go to Bethlehem and believe in God, but because God is real, she's anchored in. When it comes to relationships, what commitments and risks do you need to make this year? After the message, you're invited to download, and fill out, the Ruth series journal, which you can find on our website, nwhills.com, right next to the worship service video. Thank you for listening to this message on September 26, 2021, at 9:00am from Northwest Hills Community Church in Corvallis, Oregon.
The guys from Dawgman.com - Kim Grinolds, Chris Fetters, and Scott Eklund - had plenty to pick through when talking about Washington's wild 31-24 overtime win over the California Golden Bears. It was a game of halves, it was a game of momentum, it was a game with some serious mood swings, including UW Head Coach Jimmy Lake's blood pressure going through the roof at the end of regulation. We talk about all of those things, starting with the offense first, then moving to the defense, going through all the players the Huskies were missing along the way, but also talking about the players that stepped up into new roles and did their part to help secure a big win for the Huskies. A few of those players included Kyler Gordon, Devin Culp, and Mishael Powell. They also talk about where Washington goes from here, how they can clean up the mistakes made, and what lies ahead with the Oregon State Beavers, who dismantled USC Saturday night, 45-27, in Los Angeles. The Beaver Believers from Benton County will be full of Beaver Fever by the time the Huskies roll into Corvallis next weekend. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hosts Jo Firestone & Manolo Moreno play listener-created games with callers via Zoom!Games played: Sandwich Kittens submitted by Marceline Gothar, Dr. Dog Logic (as inspired by host of "Depresh Mode" John Moe) submitted by DB from Louisville (pronounced Lewisville), Colorado, and BetterKelp with rules by Regina (AKA Dr. Dirt) from Corvallis, Oregon.Callers: Jenna from Burlington, Vermont; Emma from Tacoma, Washington; Lucas from Baltimore, Maryland; Andrew from Raleigh, North Carolina; Max & Melissa from Chicago, Illinois; Chloe from Sandy, Utah; Drayton & Heather in Baronett, Wisconsin; Tiernan in Austin, Texas; Tim (and dog Colin) from South Plainfield, New Jersey; Jesi from Ferndale, Michigan; Dan from Greenfield, Massachusetts; Jacky from Portland, OregonOutro theme ocarina cover by Tim from Bothell, WashingtonThis episode sponsored by: Magic Spoon - Go to magicspoon.com/GAMESHOW and use the code GAMESHOW to save $5 off!Green Chef - Go to GreenChef.com/gameshow100 and use code gameshow100 to get $100 off including free shipping!
Pastor Josh Carstensen is starting a series on Ruth where we take a step back to look at the whole Bible, its origins, and why we should obey it. Ruth takes place when judges ruled Israel and everyone did what was right in their own eyes instead of obeying God's commands. As we Full Send this year, where do we get your authority from to determine what's right? After the message, you're invited to download, and fill out, the Ruth series journal, which you can find on our website, nwhills.com, right next to the worship service video. Thank you for listening to this message on September 19, 2021, at 9:00am from Northwest Hills Community Church in Corvallis, Oregon.
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On this Monday, the Animals go over the UH-Oregon State football game with Hawaii going into conference play with a 1-2 record. Are there any positives to take away, and what is this season looking like after 3 games of play? Jeremy Mauss from Mountain West Wire wrote on Hawaii after the game in Corvallis, why it might be "Goodbye Hawaii" for the season. Also, the NFL had it's first week of regular season action, and it was fun. Vinnie Iyer from Sporting News joins the show to talk about it and which game was the most surprising out of the 15 that played on Thursday and Sunday?
Water treatments have a universal and timeless appeal. In this episode, MaryBetts Sinclair discusses how she “found” hydrotherapy, when—and why—hydrotherapy re-emerged in modern times, how massage therapists can incorporate hydrotherapy into their practices, and whether MTs should charge more for these services. MaryBetts Sinclair has been practicing massage and using water therapies in Corvallis, Oregon, since 1975. She is the author of two books on massage for children, as well as the new edition of Hydrotherapy for Bodyworkers: Improving Outcomes with Water Therapies, Second Edition. She has been teaching massage and hydrotherapy for decades, and taught both subjects in Canada, the United States, Mexico, Ecuador, South Korea, and Indonesia. MaryBetts is also a member of the Massage Therapy Hall of Fame. Her articles on hydrotherapy have appeared in many publications, including Massage & Bodywork magazine. Visit www.MarybettsSinclair.com for more information. 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Josh is on this Monday partly recapping the UH-Oregon State game. What does the season look like heading into the first conference game against San Jose State? And then there's the game in Corvallis, was this better, worse, or about the same as the loss to UCLA? And where right now is Hawaii in Josh's mind in the Mountain West Power Rankings? Then, the NFL season kicked off fully on Thursday, but Sunday had a crazy slate of games. Could this be the best week 1 start ever to the NFL?
Today, Pastor Josh Carstensen is kicking off the new ministry year by giving an overview of Peter's life to see what it looks like to follow Jesus and make him known. What does it look like for you to be all-in, to be Full Send, to make Jesus known? After the message, you're invited to answer some application questions, which you can find on our website, nwhills.com, right under the worship service video. Thank you for listening to this message on September 12, 2021, at 9:00am from Northwest Hills Community Church in Corvallis, Oregon.
The animals are on this Aloha Friday preparing for the weekend, especially for Hawaii @ Oregon State in Corvallis. But there's also a game to talk about from Thursday, and what an NFL season kickoff it was. Dallas and Tampa Bay was great, but the big question now is...is Dallas actually better than we first believed? Or are there cracks in the defending Super Bowl Champs? Then, Ed Graney from the Las Vegas Review Journal talks about the Raiders, some talk about Marcus Mariota, but more importantly, a team chasing the Chiefs for the AFC West title. And Mark Veneri joins the show to talk about high school football and the upcoming game of the week between Damien and Pac-5.
To Breed An Oyster In the ocean, climate change involves more than just warming temperatures. Water levels are shifting, and ocean chemistry is changing. Changes to ocean salinity caused by shifting amounts of freshwater could have big effects on the health of oysters, who need a certain range of saltiness in the water to be happy. As part of her doctoral work at Louisiana State University, researcher Joanna Griffiths bred hundreds of families of oysters, looking for clues to what makes an oyster more able to endure salinity changes. She found that there is a genetic component to an oyster's salinity resilience. Griffiths joins Scifri's Charles Bergquist to talk about the work, and the challenges of conducting a laboratory oyster breeding program—in which it's difficult convince an oyster that it's time for romance, and often even hard to discern the sex of the oysters involved. Talking Through The Tangled Terms Of Climate Change When scientists talk about climate change, there are certain words and phrases that get brought up often. Terms like “mitigation,” “carbon neutral” and “tipping point” are used frequently to explain how the climate crisis is unfolding. They're often found in reports meant to educate the public on climate change, such as the latest report from the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. It turns out a lot of words and phrases that scientists use to talk about climate change are not understood by the general public. That's according to a recent study from the University of Southern California and the United Nations Foundation. This begs the question: if the public scientists are trying to reach don't understand what's being discussed, what's the point? Joining Ira to talk about better communicating climate change is Wändi Bruine de Bruin, lead author of the study and provost professor of public policy, psychology and behavioral science at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, California. Also joining Ira is Anthony Leiserowitz, founder and director of the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication in New Haven, Connecticut. An Aquatic Charismatic Creature Showdown: Mantis Shrimp vs. Hellbender It's time to kick off SciFri's Charismatic Creature Carnival! Welcome to our celebration of creatures that are overlooked or unfairly maligned by the general public, which, if you look a little closer, have an undeniable charm. Six audience-suggested creatures were chosen, but only one will be crowned the very first carnival inductee into the Charismatic Creature Corner Hall of Fame. The first friendly head-to-head battle in this fall's Charismatic Creature Carnival is between the mantis shrimp and the hellbender, a giant aquatic salamander. Defending the mantis shrimp is Jason Dinh, PhD candidate in biology at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. And representing the hellbender is Lauren Diaz, PhD student in fisheries science at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon. Find a list of upcoming carnival celebrations below!
12 Pac Radio runs through each week two Pac-12 football match up including: Oregon at Ohio State; Washington at Michigan; Cal at TCU; Colorado vs. Texas A&M. Plus, the Holy War, Hawai'i in Corvallis, and Arizona rock fights. UNLV Sucks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hosts Jo Firestone & Manolo Moreno play listener-created games with callers via Zoom!Games played: It's A Living submitted by Veda Igbinedion from Washington, DC, Lickipedia submitted by Sandy Saxon from Denton, Texas, and Dr. Typotifiaf with rules by Alice Rehfeldt from Los Angeles, California and Quinn Murphy from Sammamish, WashingtonCallers: Regina from Corvallis, Oregon; Emily & Isaac (Ike) from Boise, Idaho; Bill from Dallas, Texas; Cory from Philadelphia, Pennyslvania; Stephanie from Flint, Michigan; Andrew & Carla from Hallowell, Maine; Annie from San Diego, California; Jake from Chicago, Illinois; Kait from Columbus, Ohio; Joan from Bellingham, Washington; Noah from Springfield, Virginia; Steve from Indianapolis, Indiana; Andrew from Huntington, New YorkOriginal outro theme by Big HugeThis episode sponsored by: Magic Spoon - Go to magicspoon.com/GAMESHOW and use the code GAMESHOW to save $5 off!BetterHelp - Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/GAMESHOW!
Stephen Tsai of the Star Advertiser joins us to talk this weekend's win over Portland State for the University of Hawaii, and looking to our trip to Corvallis against Oregon State. James Yarcho, deputy editor of BucsNation and co-host of Locked on Bucs Podcast, talks the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as they open up the NFL season this Thursday against the Cowboys. Nate Kreckman of Altitude Sports in Denver talks the Mountain West this weekend and who the biggest disappointment was in this weekend of upsets all over college football.
Worship Director Justin Jackson is talking about worship. In Revelation 5, we see every creature in heaven and on earth and under the earth and in the sea, and all that is in them worshiping him who sits on the throne and the Lamb who was slain. It's passionate and joyful worship. Do you feel an overflow of passion and joy when you worship God on Sunday morning? After the message, you're invited to answer some application questions, which you can find on our website, nwhills.com, right under the worship service video. Thank you for listening to this message on September 5, 2021, at 10:00am from Northwest Hills Community Church in Corvallis, Oregon.
Colter Nuanez welcomes first Andrew Houghton and then Brooks Nuanez to the studio for Big Sky Breakdown excerpts, talking about first the Montana Grizzlies and then the Montana State Bobcats. Later in the show, Hamilton football coach Bryce Carver stops in for the Coaches' Corner segment to discuss his team's season-opening win over Corvallis.
John Canzano talks with Oregon State Beavers head coach, Jonathan Smith ahead of their week one match-up with Purdue on the road. Canzano asks Smith what he leans on to get a reliable scouting report on Purdue, what set Sam Noyer apart from the other quarterbacks on the roster, how secretive does he want to be about what they are doing at practice, how big is their playbook for week one, what did he learn from Mike Riley's time in Corvallis, and much more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter
Matt and Garrett welcome an amazing member of the Ninja family, Lee Eckroth, to the show to discuss his journey with Ninja Coaching, including the revelation that he was not initially ready to be coached and the pivotal phone call that ultimately changed this for him in a big way. Lee talks about transforming himself physically and mentally to get himself in the right mindset to be coached, figuring out his “why” and how real estate could help him achieve his goals to give back to his community, and how this realization completely changed the way he operated his business. Lee expands on how the Ninja Systems have allowed him to have a better business and a better life, the idea of training clients to be Ninja clients, and the importance of “getting off the electronic leash” periodically. Our hosts ask Lee about the next exciting phase of his business, his philosophy behind building a great team around him, and which Ninja Systems he still makes sure to do every single day. As Larry Kendall likes to say, you should only share things that can be duplicated. Lee's inspiring journey of implementing the Ninja Systems and building an incredible business, all while giving back and doing the things he loves, is a brilliant testament to the kind of success you can find if you stay on the right path. For more information about Lee's tech company, you can visit Majordomo.com or send an email to Lee@majordomo.com. Join the Ninja Selling Podcast group on Facebook at www.facebook.com/groups/theninjasellingpodcast where you can ask questions, give advice, and connect with other Ninjas. If you have not been accepted to the group yet, please check your messages for a follow-up from Matt. You can also leave a voicemail with your direct feedback at 208 MY-NINJA. And visit NinjaSelling.com/events for more information about upcoming open installations. Episode Highlights: Today's guest is Lee Eckroth of Town & Country Realty in Corvallis, Oregon Garrett and Lee have known each other since April 2007 Lee has a huge heart and desire to give back on an extreme level Lee's introduction to Ninja and journey with Ninja Coaching He wasn't quite ready to be coached at first - it took years to implement, but once it happened, it happened in a big way He realized there was too much going on that didn't align with his values or how he wanted to live his life; a phone call with Garrett made him realize this He made huge changes mentally, physically, personally, and professionally Once he had a “clean slate,” he was ready to start the process back up with Garrett Getting physically and mentally healthy helped Lee see what was truly important to him A key part of his journey was letting go of the past and focusing on the future Getting yourself in the mindset to be “coachable” Surround yourself with the best mentors and influences you possibly can Getting past thresholds on his journey Realizing he needed more than just working and getting paid - he wanted to give back and was inspired by other agents who did this Shifting the focus from how many closings they had to how many beds they could provide to needy children This transformed how they did business and the energy his office put out there People responded to this and became even more drawn to working with Lee's team as a result The important role that Ninja Systems have played in Lee's business so that he could enjoy more success than ever, but still have plenty of time for other areas of his life Training clients to be Ninja clients Lee wishes he would have implemented Ninja Systems earlier, but Garrett points out that the learning experiences along the way are all part of the journey “Off the electronic leash” vacations Ninja Systems give you momentum and make sure your business takes care of itself, even during challenging times Lee co-founded a tech company called Majordomo, which offers repair estimates based on your home inspection He brings Ninja Systems to everything he does Garrett comments that Lee is in top gear Lee's team is his community Affirmations are a key part of Lee's morning Being consistent with your Ninja Systems is key to success Quotes: “For me, I love mountain biking. I love hanging out with people and appreciate being with my Ninja family today.” “I learned from Larry - only share things that can be duplicated.” “The implementation took years for me to grasp. But when that happened, it happened in a big way.” “Garrett and I were on one of our phone calls. I was multitasking, which tells you a little bit about where I was. Here I was, having this great coach, but I was doing multiple things while I was on this call, because obviously, that call wasn't the most important thing at that point in my life.” “I quickly got to a point saying, I got to figure out what I need to do to turn this around because it's possible this guy, Garrett, who was my coach, was seeing something I wasn't seeing.” “That was a key part of this whole journey was really figuring out where I wanted to go. And realizing that real estate was a tool to get me there.” “Getting physically and mentally healthy was really important… It gave me the ability to find out what was important to me, because I had too much other stuff around me that I thought was important. And it turned out that was just all stuff.” “You told me to go home and take down every picture that I had in my home that reminded me of the past and put those away and only focus on the future. And that was a key part of that journey.” “If I'm willing to be coached, great things can happen.” “The idea was for the number of bedrooms and residential properties that we sold, we would make a donation to this organization so they could give a bed to a kid. That was a complete turning point of my business.” “I'm a community guy. And for me, my community was my coaches. It was the people where I live, it was the people I worked with. It was never about the real estate. It was always about doing really cool stuff. And real estate was just a way to get there.” “I tried to surround myself with people who could extend some of the ideas that we had. But it came down to the Ninja Systems. And it was about attracting the right people you wanted to work with. And then using the Systems, the Buyers Process, and just everything that we do to train those people so that we could have our own lives.” “While you're teaching us to be Ninja real estate agents, we're training our clients to be Ninja clients.” “Looking back, if I knew what I know today, I would have worked three times as hard to get those systems up and running faster. That's one of the changes I would have done.” “Your clients don't respect you if you're taking phone calls while you're supposed to be with your kids. They just don't.” “As long as you have good systems in place, people are going to want to work with you… You could be a really great person, but if your systems are miserable, you're toast.” “We have this company today that we're really proud of. We are serving agents and homebuyers across the country, helping them better understand and make those confidence decisions based on that home inspection data.” “Affirmations are a key part of waking up every day. And being in the right mindset, knowing what you're going to do every day.” “For anybody out there, getting to a point where you have a greater ‘why' than just real estate or having income - it can be life changing. And once you get into that space, that's really where the magic starts to happen.” Links: www.TheNinjaSellingPodcast.com Email us at TSW@TheNinjaSellingPodcast.com Leave a voicemail at (208) MY-NINJA Ninja Selling www.NinjaSelling.com @ninjasellingofficial Ninja Coaching: www.NinjaCoaching.com @ninja.coaching Ninja Events www.NinjaSelling.com/Events Garrett email@example.com @ninjaredding Matt firstname.lastname@example.org @matthewjbonelli The Ninja Selling Podcast Facebook Group Lee Lee Eckroth at Town & Country Realty Majordomo Website Lee@majordomo.com
Pastor Josh Carstensen is finishing a series on John where Jesus talks with Peter after his resurrection. Peter is filled with sorrow and shame after denying Jesus three times. At this moment, we see a Jesus who pursues us, confronts us, restores us, and sends us with a challenge to follow Him. Which of these do you feel you need the most in your life right now? After the message, you're invited to answer some application questions, which you can find on our website, nwhills.com, right under the worship service video. Thank you for listening to this message on August 29, 2021, at 10:00am from Northwest Hills Community Church in Corvallis, Oregon.
Oregon is known for great beer and wine, but their cider scene deserves some of the spotlight, too. Dave Takish, from 2 Towns Ciderhouse in Corvallis, joins The Session to talk about all things cider! He goes into some cider history, cidermaking methods, apple varieties - and much more. It was a great talk, paired with even better 2 Towns Cider. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Pastor Josh Carstensen is continuing a series on John where we see how the good news - meeting the resurrected Jesus - dramatically changes lives. Mary Magdalene went from mourning to rejoicing. The disciples went from being terrified to peaceful. And Thomas went from disbelief to belief. If you are a follower of Jesus, how can you show, with your life, how Jesus has changed you? After the message, you're invited to answer some application questions, which you can find on our website, nwhills.com, right under the worship service video. Thank you for listening to this message on August 22, 2021 at 10:00am from Northwest Hills Community Church in Corvallis, Oregon.
There's a new trail linking Corvallis to the Oregon Coast. Zach talks with Gary Chapman, president of the C2C Trail Partnership, to learn more about more this long-anticipated route that takes hikers and bikers from the Willamette Valley to Ona Beach.
Pastor Josh Carstensen is continuing a series on John where Jesus goes through six different trials. The motivation behind each trial was fear of losing power and control. Nobody denied the signs Jesus performed, but they feared losing power, position, and status if people started following Jesus. Little did they know that the only way to get the power and control we all long for was to surrender their lives to Jesus. What fear do you need to surrender to Jesus? After the message, you're invited to answer some application questions, which you can find on our website, nwhills.com, right under the worship service video. Thank you for listening to this message on August 15, 2021 at 10:00am from Northwest Hills Community Church in Corvallis, Oregon.
Chinese medicine is more than just treating health symptoms. It's bringing the body back into balance using lifestyle improvements, self-care and -respect practices, and nourishing our vitality. Brodie Welch joins me to talk about how she uses acupuncture, qi gong, and Chinese medicine to help high-achieving women start enjoying their lives again. How to Break Free of the Yang Make time for joy Make time for rest Make time for proper nourishment Rest your mind and observe where you're coming from Live from a place of balanced ease and balanced action Treat yourself with the same kindness you would treat someone else About Brodie Welch Brodie Welch is a Licensed Acupuncturist, board-certified herbalist, and self-care strategist. Brodie helps self-aware, high-achieving women break the cycle of stress, overwhelm, and self-sabotage so they can enjoy the lives they're working so hard to create, and truly embody self-respect. Working at the confluence of wellness and personal development, she helps thousands of clients optimize their weight, digestion, hormones, sleep, mood, and vitality. A lifelong student of consciousness, Brodie has been practicing meditation, yoga, and qi gong for over twenty years and holds teaching certifications in each of these disciplines. She synthesizes ancient techniques from Chinese Medicine, Ayurveda, and yoga with the latest research in neuroscience, functional medicine, and habit change to help her clients thrive. Her holistic self-care boot camp program “Level Up Your Life” helps women bridge the gap between what they know they should be doing to take care of themselves and actually doing it – without feeling guilty. She's the founder of Life in Balance Acupuncture in Corvallis, Oregon, where she has been treating patients since 2003. She's also the creator and host of A Healthy Curiosity: the podcast that explores what it takes to be well in a busy world. Prioritizing Yin Energy Brodie Welch explains how she uses Chinese medicine to help people of all ages reclaim their health and move in the direction of life and vitality. A big part of her work is helping her clients embrace the Yin side of their life as society obsesses over the Yang, more masculine, traits. As with everything on this planet, we, too, go through seasons and cycles. However, Western society encourages us to stay in our Yang energy, foregoing the season of winter. Brodie encourages you to embrace wintering: rest, rejuvenation, and rehabilitation. Brodie shares some of the ways to break free of our Yang addiction. By prioritizing rest, joy, and proper nourishment, we can start to reclaim the Ying in our life. Find Balance with Chinese Medicine It's all about finding that balance - but since we're so far into the Yang, we need to be intentional about our self-care and self-respect practices. Brodie shares how she differentiates self-care and self-respect, and how respecting yourself and showing yourself the same attention and care you would someone else is the best form of self-care there is. Chinese medicine is not just living intentionally - though that is a big part of it. It's also practicing qi gong, acupuncture, meditation, and embracing herbal remedies. The very nature of Chinese medicine helps reduce stress levels and softens some of the more uncomfortable symptoms of menopause and peri-menopause. How can you find the Yin-Yang balance in your life? What Yin practices will you start incorporating? Call the Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic today and schedule your first appointment at 319-363-0033. Quotes “There are all these different ways that we use to restore balance to the body. Chinese medicine, at its core, is really applied philosophy. You can make a choice every day to live in a more Yin way or a more Yang way.” [6:43] “Health isn't just the absence of disease. It's nourishing our vitality. It's living in accordance with who we really are. There's this consciousness dimension of things. We need to make sure that we are in alignment, that we are living in energy integrity and not dipping into our energy reserve.” [12:03] “In Chinese medicine, we can see things coming before they actually manifest. We can take someone's pulse and sense an imbalance before it shows up. We can look at the signs and symptoms that will affect an organ to see that if it's not addressed, it will get worse. The most potent force in life that we have to work with is what we do with our time. What we do each and every day makes so much more of a difference than what any practitioner of any stripe can do for you in an office.” [19:06] “I think qi gong is one of the most powerful self-healing practices people can ever learn. It's so accessible, whereas yoga can be really daunting to people. As we think about aging, ways of staying supple and flexible, reducing falls, improving bone density, and quality of life. There are so many studies on qi gong as being super effective in helping people maintain their health throughout their lives.” [33:29] In This Episode What Chinese medicine is [4:00] Why we need to recognize and participate in the season or wintering [8:45] Why it's difficult to opt-out of the Yang culture that permeates Western culture [15:00] What practices to adopt to break free of Yang addiction [16:15] The link between self-care and self-respect [18:15] How Chinese medicine treats stress [22:15] How to move your life in the direction of life rather than imbalance [28:00] What acupuncture is and how it impacts your health and body [29:00] Links & Resources Use Code CALM for 10% Off Adrenal Calm Download the Calm & Centered Bundle Download the Manifesto Brodie's Signature Program, Level Up Your Life Listen to A Healthy Curiosity On Facebook On Apple Podcasts Find Brodie Welch Online Follow Brodie Welch on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter Find Your Longevity Blueprint Online Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative Related Episodes Episode 53: Keto Green Approach To Hormones With Dr. Anna Cabeca Episode 51: Brilliant Menopause Secrets With Dr. Kyrin Dunston Episode 57: 5 Keys To Raising Healthy Kids With Dr. Brian Stenzler
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Pastor Josh Carstensen is continuing a series on John where we look back through the story of Jesus' life before transitioning to his death. It's a heavy scene that starts in a garden. Jesus is in full control when the soldiers come to get him after choosing to bear God's wrath on our behalf. Knowing that God is holy, just, and wrathful, how does that make you think about your life in relation to God? After the message, you're invited to answer some application questions, which you can find on our website, nwhills.com, right under the worship service video. Thank you for listening to this message on August 8, 2021 at 10:00am from Northwest Hills Community Church in Corvallis, Oregon.
John Canzano talks with Oregon State head coach, Jonathan Smith ahead of the 2021 season. Canzano asks Smith about their philosophy with the transfer portal, what they are selling in Corvallis, how confident he is in his offensive line and wide receiver depth, if they are set on what they want to do offensively, and much more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
Our preacher this evening was the Rev. Drew Burdette, our Reformed University Fellowship Campus Minister at Oregon State University. Drew has been married to Jessica for 12 years and they have two young boys: Asa and Beau. After serving as the RUF pastor at the University of Washington from 2012-2020 they moved to Corvallis, OR […]
Guest speaker Caleb Hunt is continuing a series on John where Jesus closes his time with his disciples in prayer. He prays for unity. And in his prayer, he describes what unity means. First, unity is from God and for his glory. Second, unity is found in Jesus with community. And third, unity is an invitation to the world. How is God calling you to come and more fully belong to himself and to the church? After the message, you're invited to answer some application questions, which you can find on our website, nwhills.com, right under the worship service video. Thank you for listening to this message on August 1, 2021 at 10:00am from Northwest Hills Community Church in Corvallis, Oregon.
John Canzano talks with Oregon State Beavers linebacker, Avery Roberts at Pac-12 Media Day from Los Angeles. Canzano asks Roberts how the Beavers' defense can improve, if he enjoyed his recruiting process and what it was like not making a visit to OSU before coming to Corvallis, if we can expect a bowl game from them in 2021, what the win over the Ducks last season meant to the program, what his dream endorsement deal would be, and more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
Lisa is joined by Robert Cheeke to talk about the book he co-authored with Matt Frazier, The Plant -Based Athlete: A Game-Changing Approach to Peak Performance. Robert grew up on a farm in Corvallis, Oregon where he adopted a vegan lifestyle in 1995 at age 15, weighing just 120 pounds. Today he is the author of the books, Vegan Bodybuilding & Fitness, Shred It!, Plant-Based Muscle, and the new release, The Plant-Based Athlete. He is often referred to as the "Godfather of Vegan Bodybuilding," growing the industry from infancy in 2002, to where it is today. As a two-time natural bodybuilding champion, Robert is considered one of VegNews magazine's Most Influential Vegan Athletes. He tours around the world sharing his story of transformation from a skinny farm kid to champion vegan bodybuilder. Robert is the founder and president of Vegan Bodybuilding & Fitness and maintains the popular website, VeganBodybuilding.com. He is a regular contributor to No Meat Athlete, Forks Over Knives, and Vegan Strong, is a multi-sport athlete, entrepreneur, and has followed a plant-based diet for more than 25 years. Robert lives in Colorado with his wife and two rescued Chihuahuas. Lisa and Robert take a deep dive into the book. Here is the book description: INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER The only research-based guide for connecting a plant-based diet with peak athletic performance, featuring interviews with professional athletes who've made the switch from meat to plants. The Plant-Based Athlete by Matt Frazier and Robert Cheeke reveals the incontrovertible proof that the human body does not need meat, eggs, or dairy to be strong. Instead, research shows that a consciously calibrated plant-based diet offers the greatest possible recovery times, cell oxidation, injury prevention, and restorative sleep, and allows athletes to train more effectively, with better results. However, committing to a plant-based diet as an elite athlete, first-time marathoner, or weekend warrior isn't as simple as swapping vegetables for meat. Even the slightest food adjustments can impact performance. That's why Matt Frazier, founder of No Meat Athlete, and Robert Cheeke, founder of Vegan Bodybuilding, wrote this groundbreaking book, to guide those interested in making this important shift in how to do so with the best, most transformative results. The Plant-Based Athlete offers readers: A persuasive body of evidence for adopting a plant-based lifestyle, with key information about how macronutrients, micronutrients, and calories fuel a body running on plant foods An entire chapter devoted to protein - why plant sources of protein are preferable over meat, and how plant protein can be used to increase strength, muscle mass, and power 60+ delicious and nutritious plant-based recipes, including Veggie Burger Patties, Garden Meatballs, Summer Pasta Salad, Vegan Mac & Cheese, French Toast, Acai Bowl, and a High-Energy Smoothie Insights from winning plant-based athletes in nearly every sport including champion ultrarunners Rich Roll and Scott Jurek; former NFL player David Carter; champion boxers Yuri Foreman, Unsal Arik, Cam Awesome, and Vanessa Espinoza; and Olympic-level swimmers, cyclists, figure skaters, sprinters, and more. A Day in the Life of a Plant-Based Athlete - examples of what, when, and how different athletes eat to fuel their varied workouts An instant classic and mainstay on health and fitness shelves everywhere, The Plant-Based Athlete is the ultimate invitation for joining the growing community of athletes who use plants to power their workouts and their every day. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jesus describes WHO the Holy Spirit is - part of the trinity - and WHAT He does: convict the world concerning sin, righteousness and judgement. Like He did with the disciples, the Holy Spirit moves us from confusion to clarity. In what ways has the Holy Spirit worked in your life to bring about conviction? After the message, you're invited to answer some application questions, which you can find on our website, nwhills.com, right under the worship service video. Thank you for listening to this message on July 25, 2021 at 9:00am from Northwest Hills Community Church in Corvallis, Oregon.
Jesus pours out his wisdom in the last moments He has with His disciples. After instructing us to love Him, Jesus shares HOW we are to love him with a metaphor, a command, and a promise. What does loving Jesus look like in your life? After the message, you're invited to answer some application questions, which you can find on our website, nwhills.com, right under the worship service video. Thank you for listening to this message on July 18, 2021 at 9:00am from Northwest Hills Community Church in Corvallis, Oregon.
Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg visited Eugene, Springfield, and Corvallis this week to highlight how the president's vision would improve traffic safety, make historic investments to help cut carbon pollution and make everyday Americans' lives better. Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana and a 2020 presidential candidate was a guest on this week's episode of Straight Talk. Pacific University political science professor and Olympics expert Jules Boykoff was also a guest on this week's episode of Straight Talk. Boykoff discussed the politics leading up to the Tokyo Olympics, athlete activism, and Northwest athletes to watch.
John Canzano talks with Dave Bartoo of the CFB Matrix to get an early look at who has a chance at the CFB Playoff this season, and what needs to happen in the Pac-12 for the conference to earn some respect. Oregon State Beavers basketball star Warith Alatishe joins the program in hour two to talk about his decision to withdraw from the NBA Draft and make his return to Corvallis for the 2021 season. We talk Tokyo Olympics, the NBA Finals, MLB All-Star Game and Homerun Derby. We also play the Big Splash, Punch It! Audio, the Culligan Watercooler Report, and the 2 @ 2. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
John Canzano talks with Oregon State Beavers basketball star, Warith Alatishe to talk about his decision to withdraw from the NBA Draft and make his return to Corvallis for the 2021 season. Canzano asks Alatishe about his decision, what he expects from the Beavers in 2021, what it's growing up with parents who were both nurses, his experience playing for the Nigerian national team, his thoughts on NIL, what he wants to improve in his game, and more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.