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Hey friends! On today's episode, we are adding to our list of attributes of a Kingdom Citizen! There is not just one "list" you can read in the Bible that fully explains how Christians should think, be, say, act, and do. But when we look at the Bible collectively as a whole, we can begin to piece together attributes that should be models by us! Modeled, not because it makes us look goodie goodie and better than everyone else, but because we want to emulate Jesus to those around us!JOY REVIVAL VIRTUAL CONFERENCE HERE!!!!!Check out my website for e-workbooks, courses, apparel, and info on God Is Within Her Mentoring Community and 1-on-1 Faith + Mindset coaching for women with me!Work with me // www.valreynolds.comConnect with me // @val_reynoldsCollab with me // firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show
Ann White's marriage was in desperate trouble, but she was terrified to let anyone know. She discusses how God helped her to break through dysfunctional patterns and finally ask for help. Hear this courageous story about a marriage restored. (Part 1 of 2) Receive Ann White's book "Courage for Life" for your donation of any amount: https://donate.focusonthefamily.com/don-daily-broadcast-product-2022-05-16?refcd=1358802 Get more episode resources: https://www.focusonthefamily.com/episodes/broadcast/taking-courageous-steps-to-save-your-marriage-part-1-of-2/#featured-resource-cta If you've listened to any of our podcasts, please give us your feedback: https://focusonthefamily.com/podcastsurvey/
Psalm 23 begins with, "The Lord is my shepherd, I lack nothing." Bound within these words is an invitation to the dream of God for us: life that is truly life. In our journeys, we find ourselves in the most unexpected places. Mysteriously, a life that lacks nothing will never be found in a destination, but in the one who leads us. Jesus, the one true shepherd, invites us into a future navigated by his love and care. - Hidden within the words of Psalm 23 are the ways of our shepherd, and an invitation to enter them. Together we will explore Jesus & Rest, Jesus & Flourishing, Jesus & Courage, Jesus & Reconciliation, and Jesus & Abundance. No matter where your journey has led you, the good shepherd is waiting to lead you to where you truly belong. - We exist to create passionate followers of Jesus who partner with God for the renewal of all things. We are a local church in Atlanta, GA. To learn more about The Square visit http://www.thesquare.org
In this episode of America Out Loud PULSE, Dr. McCullough and Malcolm welcome Best Selling Author John Leake to the program. John co-authored a fantastic new book with Dr. McCullough that captures COVID-19 as a real-life crime story that impacted Americans and left no part of the globe untouched. We'll also answer your questions on...
In episode 180, Dan and Michael chat with Anna Falkner and Katherina Payne about their publication in Theory & Research in Social Education titled, ““Courage to take on the bull”: Cultural citizenship in fifth-grade social studies.”
Today on the show, I am reflecting on Mother's Day from a place of courage, vulnerability and self-compassion.I have recently released a book with 14 other authors, (fondly known as the Book Mama's) entitled “Elevate Your Voice”. Check it out here: https://amzn.to/3v5pAZcMy chapter is called “Living and Grieving with Courage.”This week on the show I am celebrating Mother's Day Week. I take some time to reflect on my relationship with my own mom and my daughter. And I share a very personal experience…my recent Reiki session with Shauna Blue. Shauna reminded me of the connectivity and power of mother-daughter relationships. And helped me to see that my grief journey continues and is always evolving. I'm also opening myself up to forgiveness and self-compassion.This is a continuation of a love story of the most powerful relationship in my life…and my journey to think courageously.
They're back! Join Jesse, Justin and John (Pops!) as they dive in to two different articles with two different perspectives on tackling Christianity in politics. They start off taking a look at Reverend Steve Bainbridge's address to Justin Trudeau, then move to some recent comments Tim Keller made on Right/Left politics. Let's see what they get right (or wrong)! RESOURCESReverend Steve's letter to Justin TrudeauTim Keller's comments on Christians in politicsOur episode with John Cooper on Christian living in a Constitutional RepublicNEW SHIRT DROP!We are now offering a brand new shirt in the US and Canada shops! The Done Time shirt is designed by the faithful folks over at Trinity Bible Chapel in Waterloo, Ontario. The design features a prominent front design stating "Most of My Heroes Have Done Time". On the back contains a list of dozens of saints that have been imprisoned, including our friends Pastors James Coates and Tim Stephens. Head on over to carpefide.com/shop to grab yours today!SUPPORT THE LIBERTY COALITION CANADA!Grab one of our Hold the Line Shirts or Hoodies to support Liberty Coalition Canada as they cover the Ottawa protests and seek to glorify God in all things. No one likes fake news, so lets support our brothers and sisters on the front lines!US & Canada Store: carpefide.com/shopCREDITSAudio Post Production by Jaeger WincklerJaeger is a high school senior who enjoys writing, theology, audio editing, and music. He has many projects underway, including, but by no means limited to, writing a book, composing musical accompaniments to some of Tennyson's poems, and saving up for college at New Saint Andrews in Moscow, Idaho. You can read more about him and his thoughts at jaegerwinckler.com.
Curmudgeon: a bad tempered person, especially an old person. This episode is a conversation with Cyndi and her husband Lt. Bobby Doyle (Ret.) where Bobby admits he is a recovering curmudgeon. Bobby shares his story of why he needed to make a change. His old school mindset needed to shift into one based off the needs of the younger generation of officers as well as the impact the curmudgeon had on his marriage. Bobby offers solutions on finding the joys in life after witnessing the bad and evil around him by taking his emotional armor off when appropriate. From a crusty old guy to mental health mentor, listen in to Bobby's story. Hold the Line: The Essential Guide to Protecting Your relationship. Code4Couples
In our culture, the word “surrender” usually carries with it negative connotations. It means quitting, giving up, conceding. Author and motivational speaker Kute Blackson wants us to redefine the idea of what surrendering means — from something seen as weak or passive to the most powerful thing a human being can do. With surrender, he says, comes possibilities we never thought possible. Kute tells Claire how we can open ourselves up to surrender and what positive changes could happen as a result. Resources from the show Check out Kute's latest book, “The Magic of Surrender: Finding the Courage to Let Go” Do you have something you want Claire's help with? Send her a question to be featured on an upcoming episode by emailing us at email@example.com or submitting one at www.bit.ly/newdayask. Want to connect? Join the New Day Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/newdaypod Click this link for a list of current sponsors and discount codes for this show and all Lemonada shows go to lemonadamedia.com/sponsors To follow along with a transcript and/or take notes for friends and family, go to lemonadamedia.com/show/newday/ shortly after the air date. Follow Claire on IG and FB @clairebidwellsmith or Twitter @clairebidwell and visit her website: www.clairebidwellsmith.com. Stay up to date with us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @LemonadaMedia. Joining Lemonada Premium is a great way to support our show and get bonus content. Subscribe today at bit.ly/lemonadapremium. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hosts: Ruby Pinto and Gary Gibson We breakdown Gotham's poor outing in San Diego and discuss where we go from here! We have a full mailbag of fan questions to answer. Preview of Gotham's next home matchup against the Courage. Let's go Gotham!
Listen to Kute Blackson, a next-generation leader in the personal development field and author of The Magic of Surrender, explain to Heather what happens when we surrender to the forces that are bigger than us. He addresses the frustration that many of us get when trying to manifest our dreams and achieve our goals, and tells us what we can do to get back into the flow. But can you make yourself surrender? Find out! In the episode, Heather and Kute discuss: What keeps us from surrendering What resistance is really about How to meet resistance with compassion Getting frustrated with ourselves for not surrendering What exactly an ego is Ego is a process. It's conditioning that enables our protective mechanisms. Why we are our radiant selves as children and how fear and resistance happen as we get older. How our parents, and their histories, shape us Disconnecting from our hearts to not feel the pain, which buries our true essence in unprocessed layers of emotion How positive reinforcement can also create ego issues for us later on How to get available to the flow again Levels of surrender Kute Blackson is a beloved inspirational speaker and transformational teacher. He speaks at countless events he organizes around the world as well as at outside events including A-Fest, YPO (Young Presidents' Organization), and EO (Entrepreneurs' Organization). He is a member of the Transformational Leadership Council, a select group of one hundred of the world's foremost authorities in the personal development industry. Winner of the 2019 Unity New Thought Walden Award, Blackson is widely considered a next generation leader in the field of personal development. His mission is simple: To awaken and inspire people across the planet to access inner freedom, live authentically and fulfill their true life's purpose. He's the author of two books, The Magic of Surrender: Finding the Courage to Let Go and You Are the One: A Bold Adventure in Finding Purpose, Discovering the Real You, and Loving Fully Heather Grzych is the author of The Ayurvedic Guide to Fertility and the host of the Wisdom of the Body podcast. A board-certified Ayurvedic practitioner, she teaches the Regenerative Fertility Method to support future generations worldwide. Heather is on the board of directors for the National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA) and has consulted with doctors, governments, and insurance companies. She offers virtual consultations and programs worldwide. www.heathergrzych.com Connect with Heather: Instagram.com/heathergrzych Facebook.com/grzychheather Book a connection call with Heather to explore the Regenerative Fertility Method and the Ayurvedic approach to health, vitality and fertility: https://www.heathergrzych.com/book-online Join the Wisdom of the Body club on Clubhouse: https://www.joinclubhouse.com/club/wisdom-of-the-body This podcast is for educational and entertainment purposes only.
Cheesy, Ziggy, Benny and Funky George are four of the most incredible teachers on leadership I've ever had the pleasure of learning from (true!). They taught me about the power of trust, authenticity and courage. I met them during a unique and experiential training session run by latest guest, Linda McGregor, founder and CEO of Four Legged Sages. Yep — the four teachers are horses. The wonderful thing about horses is that they have no hidden agenda, are masters of emotional intelligence and they have an ability to allow us to see ourselves for what we really are. For example: • Do we behave in a way that's congruent to what we think? • Does our body language match what we're saying? • Are we really building trust with an individual or are we behaving superficially? ‘Most of us never really think about how leadership “happens”,' explains Linda. ‘We enter the workplace, we are the boss, or someone is our boss, we try to give direction or follow direction. Sometimes it works and sometimes it breaks down due to a lack of respect, the presence of friction and stress. At worst this leads to a breakdown of positive relationships and eventually work culture. Being chosen as a leader is a different concept, where you need to earn the right to lead, to earn respect and loyalty. To do this you must prove you are worthy to be the leader, that you can be trusted to hold the “reins” of the team and guide them to success safely and fairly. Being a leader means people choose to follow you.' Linda McGregor has spent her career working all sides; marketing, advertising, strategy and business development. With over 30 years' experience; client and agency sides in the UK, Asia & Australia, then, in 2003, founding leading insight consultancy, All About Eve, she has wide expertise of creating & leading teams & businesses in a variety of set-ups, markets & categories. Her twin passions in life – her work delivered ‘aha' insights about people, and her long-time hobby around horses - inspired her teamwork & leadership training offshoot, Four Legged Sages. Here she blends threefold - social and neuroscience insight, her own leadership & teamwork expertise, the unique wisdom from horse-herd dynamics & “horse whispering”. To connect with Linda McGregor Linked In: Linda McGregor https://www.linkedin.com/in/linda-mcgregor-aa702b1/ Four Legged Sages (https://www.linkedin.com/company/four-legged-sages/) Website: www.fourleggedsages.com.au To connect with me: firstname.lastname@example.org
For many years I have been making the point that we don't overcome fear by thinking our way out of it. We overcome fear by action. It is what we do on a daily basis that makes all the difference. In today's episode I talk about the impact of a powerful quote from Napoleon Hill and how it can help all of us face our fears and move forward with our lives. Grab a free copy of my book Bridging the Gap here: https://go.jonathandoyle.co/btg-pdf (https://go.jonathandoyle.co/btg-pdf)
New York Times-best selling author David Gergen - White House adviser to four presidents of different parties, CNN senior political analyst, and founder of the Center for Public Leadership at the Harvard Kennedy School - presents an inspiring and practical guide for emerging young leaders as well as seasoned change makers. In HEARTS TOUCHED WITH FIRE: How Great Leaders are Made (Simon & Schuster; May 10, 2022; 978-1-9821-7057-8; $29.00 hardcover), he draws on vivid examples from personal experience, history and recent headlines - from Churchill to AOC and dozens more across the public landscape - to shine a light on pathways forward. Gergen describes himself as a short-term pessimist but a long-term optimist. The next several years are likely to be rough in America, he believes, but the long-term outlook holds much greater promise. Our prospects for success, he argues, now rest heavily upon preparing rising generations for lives of service and leadership. As a White House adviser to Presidents Nixon, Ford, Reagan and Clinton, Gergen gathered invaluable lessons on leadership that he has shared for more than two decades with students at the Harvard Kennedy School. But he has long hoped to write a book that would spread those lessons more widely. In the past few years, that dream has taken on greater urgency, with growing threats to democracy at home and abroad. "Who would have believed," Gergen writes, "that for the first time since the Civil War, we would begin tearing ourselves apart? Who would have imagined that our democracy - and long-standing democratic traditions across the world - might be on the brink of collapse? But here we are. It feels as if we are driving on the side of a cliff in the middle of the night with our lights out. We all know it, but we cant seem to stop it." A Historic Passing of the Torch What we are witnessing, he notes, is an historic passing of the torch from Baby Boomers and the Silent Generation to Millennials and Gen Zers. The latter two generations, born between 1982 and 2009, are the biggest and diverse cohort in our history - and will soon be the most powerful. They have faced profound challenges in just the first two decades of the 21st century - including terrorism, deep recessions, climate disasters, racial and gender inequities, a deadly global pandemic and a poisonous polarization of our politics. The Millennials and Gen Zers are changing the face of leadership in many ways. Gergen shows how in the journeys of climate activist Greta Thunberg, the Parkland students fighting for gun sanity, Pakistani female education advocate Malala, and the organizers of the MeToo and Black Lives Matter movements. They are leading from the bottom up as well as the top down, skillfully using the power of social media and protest marches. Their experiments in leadership have brought out the biggest numbers in history in protests over women's rights, racial equity, voter suppression, gun rights and gay rights. Even as ways to exercise leadership are evolving, Gergen points out, some qualities and skills remain eternal. Courage and character, for example, have been prerequisites for great leadership through millennia, from the classical Greeks and Romans down to Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine. Gergen worked early in the White House for both Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford. Both had courage but the first lacked character and was driven out by scandal; the second was a man of character who looks better and better through the rear view mirror. The Leader's Journey: Inner and Outer Gergen begins with a consideration of some of the most profound questions in understanding leadership. Does leadership really matter, after all? Why do we need great leaders? What are their most important qualities or traits? Why, in our society, has leadership largely been restricted in the past to white men? How can we best accelerate the spread of diversity? Gergen then describes the development of a leader in two parts: an inner journey and an outer journey. An effective leader, he argues, must first become self-aware and then achiever self-mastery. It is not enough just to be smart and talented. You must be able to master yourself before you can serve others. Your inner work should help you identify your core values and your True North. In sum, Gergen tells us how to become "author of your own life", as leadership guru and dear friend Warren Bennis puts it. Unfortunately, almost every rising leader suffers from harsh, unexpected blows - crucibles as they are called in leadership circles. They can take many shapes and forms, and they can destroy your professional as well as personal life. Yet with the right outlook, grit and perseverance, some of our most celebrated leaders have emerged stronger from such hardships. Crucibles also have the potential to instill in us great moral purpose and an opportunity to solidify our goals. As a rising leader conquers her inner journey, they must also make a transition from internal preparation to rubbing up against the outside world. In this outer journey, you must learn how to lead up, down and sideways - managing your boss, building your team, collaborating with others outside your team. Then again, how do you find a mentor? Or a sponsor? What's the difference between them? Importantly, how can you master the arts of public persuasion and deeply social media? As journey towards leadership isn't completed overnight; most fine it the work of a lifetime. Leadership in Action As the leader's inner and outer journeys converge, leadership must be put into action. You do not become a good leader, Gergen says, by studying under a lamp or earning a third or fourth academic degree. You must be "in the arena," as Theodore Roosevelt famously put it. Gergen explains why leaders must learn to lead in a crisis-making time to prepare when they can, then acting smartly when the crisis hits. Conversely, he also looks at the darkness that can descend when a leader abandons their True North and self-destructs. Finally, Gergen incorporates three of his favorite, but often overlooked, aspects of leadership: learning from history, a wicked sense of humor, and the creation of an integrated life so you have joy as well as passion. In addition, he appends a list of twenty key takeaways-an executive summary for people on the run-including such items as: Have Three Objectives Early, You're Never Too Young to Lead, and Maintain a Celestial Spark.In HEARTS TOUCHED WITH FIRE, David Gergen shares vital lessons on leadership gained from his remarkable half century in the public arena. It is not only a fitting graduation gift, but also a powerful assurance that we have every reason to be hopeful about the future if we remember who we are, take heart from the past, and unleash the idealism of today's passionate young leaders. ABOUT DAVID GERGEN David Gergen has devoted more than half a century to public service. Coming off a Navy stint, he served as a White House adviser to four US presidents of both parties: Nixon, Ford, Reagan, and Clinton. He recounted those experiences in a New York Times bestseller, Eyewitness to Power. In the 1980s, he began a second career, serving as the editor of US News & World Report and for five years a regular Friday night partner with Mark Shields as a PBS commentator on McNeil/Lehrer. Since 1999, he has served as a professor of public service and founding director of the Center for Public Leadership at Harvard's Kennedy School. For more than two decades, he has also been a senior political analyst for CNN, where he is a respected voice in national and international affairs.Book Available on Amazon:https://www.amazon.com/Hearts-Touched-Fire-Great-Leaders/dp/1982170573
- Have God ever given you a command but it feels too scary or you wonder why you? - Ever had a desire to do something but you're not sure if it was a God's idea or your idea? This week's podcast is a transparent solo episode sharing lessons on how I overcome struggles of fear and insecurity to find the courage to obey God. Filled with practical steps and relatable stories about various faith leaps I have made and how you too can walk courageously in your calling to impact lives through your obedience. I pray something I said will inspire and bless you. If you can relate to anything in this episode, please leave a review and share it with me. Connect with me on Instagram @crystalsdaye _______________________ Get a copy of my book, Empowered For Such A Time As This to explore more on the topics of obedience, faith and courage (Check out Amazon & Kindle) Check out my website at www.dayelightpublishers.com and see how I can help you to write, publish, market or monetize your book. Also purchase your Diary Of A Jesus Girl Journal (available in hardback and paperback) .. Order NOW
This week's Courage on the Pitch features New Zealand-native and NC Courage defender Katie Bowen, as well as Ireland-native and NC Courage midfielder Denise O'Sullivan! The two of them discuss recently winning the NWSL Challenge Cup, how women's soccer is still growing professionally, and the financial incentive to winning the tournament. Also, they talk about different words and phrases that may or may not be fully understood in the United States. Courage on the Pitch with Megan O'Keefe, presented by Wake Orthopedics Urgent Care, celebrates the local professional women's soccer team in Raleigh-area, the North Carolina Courage! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode of The Courageous Podcast, we sit down with Bjorn Trowery who joined Meta's Communications/PR team near the beginning of the pandemic and the tail end of the brand formerly known as Facebook. We discuss what it's like for Bjorn to establish credibility with a new team handcuffed away from his “personal superpower”; his ability to be live, collaborating and in-person.
Have you ever considered COURAGE in your business? I can't say that I ever really had...until recently. We're talking about having COURAGE to PERSIST UNTIL!!! Getting started is great! We love the beginning. It's fun. It's exciting. But what about when it gets HARD? Do you have the courage to persist when things get tough? Do you have the courage to continue? Do you have the COURAGE to be consistent? Today's episode is FIRE! Only listen if you're interested in persisting UNTIL!! xx, Michelle ________________________ SAVE $10 ON GUT HEALTH: https://modere.co/3CNEtRW LAST CHANCE FOR THE MENTORSHIP PROGRAM: Go here to schedule a 15 min discovery call to see if you're a good fit > bit.ly/MCDISCOVERYCALL FREE MASTERING YOUR NICHE MASTERCLASS is LIVE: bit.ly/MYNBLUEPRINT (all caps) LIQUID COLLAGEN Save $10 here > > bit.ly/LIQUIDCOLLAGEN10 WHAT'S SOCIAL RETAIL? START HERE > > > SOCIAL RETAIL vs MLM - is there really a difference? The video you can't unsee > https://bit.ly/socialretailvideo ARE YOU SUBSCRIBED TO THE EMAIL LIST? If not...go get on it NOW! https://www.growthagainstthegrain.com/subscribe AND...when you subscribe...you'll get my FREEBIE to understanding who your dream client is! HAVE QUESTIONS? email me at email@example.com or DM me on IG HAVE YOU JOINED THE FB COMMUNITY? GIRL...if you're loving the podcast, then go over and meet your fellow unicorns in the FB group. https://bit.ly/SOCIALSELLINGFEMALEENTREPRENEURS INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/heyitsmichellecastro/ CONTACT ME: growthagainstthegrain.com/contact WEBSITE: https://www.growthagainstthegrain.com
We're meant to reach these epiphanies in life in order to focus on the right things rather than the wrong things. The reason why Winston Churchill once said that, “Success is not final, failure is not fatal — it is the courage to continue that counts,” was because it does take true courage to keep pushing forward.
Hello to you, Kimberly, listening in the middle of the Florida Peninsula!Coming to you from Whidbey Island, Washington this is Stories From Women Who Walk with 60 Seconds for Thoughts on Thursday and your host, Diane WyzgaMaybe like me you are working diligently at your craft, sending your work out into the world with the hope that it gets to where it's going like a river moving under frozen ice. But you're never quite sure where it's landing, who it's helping, what difference it's making to the world.One morning you get an email with “Good Morning and Thank You” in the Subject box. It's a note from a woman who listens to the podcast every morning as she heads out for a walk. Imagine that!She says that one of my 60 Seconds episodes spoke to her “as if you had heard me.” Imagine that!Then she shares a bit more about herself, her challenges, and some uncertainties before asking how to stay steadfast in a daily creative practice.Once I wiped the tears from my eyes I posted a reply.I can share this much: I'm here because you're there. I believe that those of us who endeavor to help the world through our creative work slip and slide in our steadfastness. What steadies us, grounds us, gives us the courage to keep on going is someone who takes the time to say, “Thank you so much for doing that!!!!!”Question: What keeps you steadfast in your daily creative pursuits? You're invited: “Come for the stories - stay for the magic!” Speaking of magic, I hope you'll subscribe, share a nice shout out on your social media or podcast channel of choice, and join us next time! Remember to stop by the website, check out the Services, arrange a Discovery Call, and Opt In to stay current with Diane and Quarter Moon Story Arts and on LinkedIn. Stories From Women Who Walk Production TeamPodcaster: Diane F Wyzga & Quarter Moon Story ArtsMusic: Mer's Waltz from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron MusicAll content and image © 2019 to Present: for credit & attribution Quarter Moon Story Arts
We're nearing the halfway point in Magical May! Today's episode covers a topic we're exploring in the program — the clarity you can find through intuition. Listen as I share how your intuition can help you find clarity, why clarity is fleeting (and not the answer to everything), and the magic in clarity. → Access the show notes and learn more: https://www.kaileenelise.com/podcast/magic-in-clarity
Do you want to show up as a leader in your industry or in your business but dread tough convos? Also do you feel like you get in your own way a little bit with your ego when you are pushed or challenged? David Wood is a former Consulting Actuary to Fortune 100 companies who left his job to build a massive coaching business. He achieved the #1 ranking on Google for life coaching and was voted into the Transformational Leadership Council founded by Jack Canfield. On this episode David Wood and I speak about the aspects of strong business leadership and how to tackle the tough conversations that test us as business owners. I love today's conversation with David I think there is a lot to glean from this, and this is definitely one for the books in terms of takeaways that will transform how you frame certain situations that you encounter in business. >>> Connect with David on his website: www.myfocusgift.com >>> Questions about this episode? Text me!: https://my.community.com/shannonweinsteincpa >>> Chat About This Episode in the Keep What You Earn Community – http://keepwhatyouearn.circle.so >>> Hire us!: https://www.fitnancialsolutions.com/accounting >>> Find me on IG @shannonweinstein: https://www.instagram.com/shannonkweinstein >>> Catch me in-person on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMlIuZsrllp1Uc_MlhriLvQ >>> Featured in Yahoo Finance! Read more here: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/10-bookkeepers-accountants-watch-2021-113800161.html The information contained in this podcast is intended for educational purposes only and is not individual tax advice. Please consult a qualified professional before implementing anything you learn.
"If your kids don't see the sabbath day as their favorite day of the week, then you're doing it wrong” dadAWESOME We're on a mission to add LIFE to the dad life. We're passionate about helping dads live fully alive as they lead their kids to God's awesomeness. | YouTube | Instagram | Facebook Jeremy Pryor Jeremy Pryor is a business owner, creative entrepreneur, author, podcaster and a builder of multiple movements with family at the core. We're incredibly thankful for this conversation with Jeremy about his time in Jerusalem, welcoming his children into creative roles in his company and the long term iterating of their family sabbath. This is part 3 of our Creativity Month. Ministry Shout Out! Jon Tyson - Primal Path - https://www.primalpath.co/ The Intentional Father: A Practical Guide to Raise Sons of Courage and Character” Conversation Notes Meeting his wife in Jerusalem (5:55) Jewish dads and the intentionality of men with children (7:10) The life of Abraham and his role as a father (7:25) Asking a dangerous question- is there a connection with Abraham and how he saw family? (8:20) The Bible exclusively sees family through a fatherhood and family lens Abraham saw family as a multigenerational team on mission (9:10) Fatherhood insights from Jerusalem – Encounter, consider it, be influenced, adopt these principles (10:20) Story about Jeremy's daughter joining him on mission with his podcast (11:40) It's ok to sweep your kids into your own quirky obsessions (12:40) >> Strategically propagandizing his kids Superhero movies and the explosion of interest with the mythical (13:20) They read the same 5 passages of scripture each week as a family (14:59) Book Life together by Bonhoeffer Deuteronomy 6 Bible Midrash (15:50) Friday night epic meal to kick off the sabbath (16:00) Friday feast – Iterating on their sabbath for 15 years (16:40) It's a skill to learn how to honor God with the sabbath (17:59) Entering Rest Cleaning up as a team. Make it a dance party (18:35) Sabbath – "if your kids don't see the sabbath day as their favorite day of the week, then you're doing it wrong” (20:20) The sabbath is the Zenith of the week. Make it fun and make it meaningful and give yourself lot's of grace. The goal is for the sabbath to be life giving Goal – for his kids to all want to honor the sabbath when they are grown A mentor told Jeremy that he wasn't connecting with his sons heart (23:20) My bar was not at the right place with regards to what it meant to really have your kids heart at every stage (24:59) Are you partnering really well with your wife in this current season? (27:10) Don't be passive. Be a leader. Be a directive leader. (27:20) Be a strong central presence in the home in the stage of young kids. (28:20) Be a culture setter in the home (28:40) Creativity is within the mandate of Genesis 1 (28:59) God had a creative challenge and he set loose the family (29:50) There in nothing more central to the mandate of the family than being creative (30:40) Thinking about family as an investment with a much longer time horizon (32:20) We are not the center of our story. We're part of a much bigger multigenerational story (32:45) When dads start thinking multigenerational (33:40) Links https://familyteams.com/podcasts/ The Skill of Fatherhood Masterclass https://epipheo.com/ https://familyteams.com/resources/ https://www.1kh.org/ http://www.storyformedlife.org/ Links from dadAWESOME https://dadawesome.org/life/ Make a Donation to dadAWESOME Join the dadAWESOME Prayer Team https://dadawesome.org/tour/
As listeners heard in Part 9 of Payback, the role of athletes acting as advocates has never been more prevalent—or more polarizing. That's particularly true for women athletes of color. In this extended interview, Alex Andrejev speaks with Dr. Leeja Carter, an associate professor of exercise psychology at Temple University, about the intersection of racism, sexism and classism in sport; historical and contemporary representations of Black women's “strength;” and culturally sensitive health and physical activity approaches for women of color. New episodes coming each Tuesday, through May 17. To continue supporting journalism like this, visit charlotteobserver.com/payback or newsobserver.com/payback . Payback is hosted by Alex Andrejev. It's produced by Kata Stevens, Casey Toth, Julia Wall, and executive producer Davin Coburn. The executive producer for iHeartRadio is Sean Titone. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sandra Herrera and Lisa Roman welcome North Carolina Courage defender and Challenge Cup Champion Carson Pickett to the show. Carson shares how the Courage celebrated their Challenge Cup win. She opens up about some of her teammates, playing with Brazilian international Debinha, and how the rookies have come in prepared and shown so much grit this season. She also discusses what she plans to do with her Challenge Cup prize of $10k. 'Attacking Third' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Attacking Third team on Twitter: @AttackingThird, @SandHerrera_, @LRoman32 Visit the Attacking Third YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/attackingthird You can listen to Attacking Third on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Attacking Third podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Attacking Third podcast." For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week Kristen Ulmer returns to discuss why we need to have an intimate relationship with fear in order to thrive. Listen in as Kristen and I discuss why fear doesn't hold you back, how to deal with a resistance to feeling fear, and how emotional intelligence and fear are linked. Kristen also explores the culture norm of fear shaming and why we are addicted to the drama of fighting our emotions. Formerly the best extreme free skier in the world for 12 years, Kristen Ulmer is now a high-performance facilitator and author of the Art of Fear, a book that radically challenges existing norms about what to do about fear and anxiety. Working with groups and individuals all over the world, some of her clients and keynotes have included Google, Citi Group, Olympic athletes, and the US Air Force. You can learn more about Kristen here: https://kristenulmer.com/ Learn more about the gift of Adversity and my mission to help my fellow humans create a better world by heading to www.marcusaureliusanderson.com. There you can take action by joining my ANV inner circle to get exclusive content and information. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, I talk with Dr. Terry Harmon about how he brings God into his healthcare practice. He explains his CAMP acronym which stands for Courage, Autonomic Nervous System, Mitochondria, and Purpose. 2:52 - The Bible and Naturopathy 6:14 - Correct what is off 10:12 - God's intentions toward us 11:09 - Get healthy to lose weight 16:54 - Prayers for healing going unanswered 21:14 - Jesus will give us rest 24:05 - CAMP 30:40 - Oura ring 33:28 - Improve the ANS 38:32 - Get in touch with Dr. Terry Show notes page: https://www.davidsandstrom.com/76