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    Daily Prophet: Talks from leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
    Elder Martinez: Teaching Self-Reliance to Children and Youth (Apr 2022)

    Daily Prophet: Talks from leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 9:58


    Let us follow our Savior, Jesus Christ, and His gospel by becoming self-reliant throughout our lives and teaching this to our children and youth.

    Daily Prophet: Talks from leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

    God so loved us that He sent His Only Begotten Son—not to condemn us, but to save us.

    Daily Prophet: Talks from leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

    As we love, share, and invite, we take part in that great and glorious work that prepares the earth for the return of its Messiah.

    Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson
    Elder Jack Gerard & Tyce Hipps on the Amos C. Brown Fellowship to Ghana

    Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 20:38


    Forty-three (43) students are in Ghana as part of the first Amos C. Brown Fellowship to Ghana. It's a collaboration between the NAACP and Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. What are they doing there, and how will it help with some of the racial division we're seeing in our own country? Elder Jack N. Gerard, General Authority Seventy of The Church, and student Tyce Hipps talk with Boyd about what they are learning.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Philokalia Ministries
    The Evergetinos - Hypothesis XXIII, Part II

    Philokalia Ministries

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 65:40


    We continued to listen to the Father‘s counsel on avoiding relationships or circumstances that can bring us spiritual harm. Such thought is not guided by a lack of love or charity or hospitality; rather it is rooted in an understanding that we are first to love the Lord our God with all of our mind, soul, heart, and strength. It is only having our love ordered and directed toward Him that our love of the things and and people within the world can be rightly ordered. We were given one example after another of how necessary it is to discern when relationships are drawing us away from God or the ways that the devil can use us through our negligence to harm others spiritually. We don't engage in the spiritual battle in a state of isolation. Nor do we seek to live the life of virtue simply for ourselves. Love demands that we be attentive to loving God above all things in order that we might draw all toward Christ.  Such simplicity and clarity in the way that one views the world and oneself, creates the purity of heart that is necessary to discern the path and the will of God. --- Text of chat during the group:  00:29:57 Anthony: This is how I learned there was something wrong with some Catholic commentators.  They left me agitated about the legal aspect of the Faith....am I searching myself well enough, did I do this good enough? etc.  Jansenism   00:30:31 Anthony: on the church   00:30:37 Anthony: correcting the Novus ordo   00:30:42 Anthony: noveau telogie   00:32:36 Emma C: Where do we see the line between judging others vs judging their actions to know who to avoid?   00:35:42 Kevin Clay: I think we need to see that we can be that “foolish and thoughtless friend” to ourselves and not just others. We can be unwise, greedy, quarrelsome, arrogant, etc. We need to separate ourselves from our passions and the things that stir the passions.   00:44:37 Rachel: I was wondering about what you just mentioned. About being detached from ego. I was told recently to " Be at peace." in relation to something I did not realize was a distraction. At first, it made me wonder and uncomfortable. Since if I am not at peace, then something of what I spoke of must not be of God. It reminded me instantly of what a holy and wise priest told me. He said, not to speculate over matters. and it was clear, that the only thing needed was to stay in the moment with Our Lord.   00:45:35 Rachel: That these distractions are a result of idle distractions,no matter how good they appear. That God will take care of each moment and situation in His good Providence.   00:50:27 Debra: St. Bonaventure has a beautiful post-Communion prayer   https://tinyurl.com/4de5cj7z   00:50:54 Anthony: Thinking of just yourself and God:  In "A Man for All Seasons," St. Thomas More tries to break Richard Rich from avarice by telling him of the honor he would have as a mere teacher before God as his audience.  Had Richard Rich followed this advice, he would have avoided his moral downfall later on, and maybe even in his saving his soul, much of England would have been spared some of the violence of the 1500s. "Acquire a spirit of peace and thousands around you will be saved." ~ St. Seraphim of Sarov   00:58:18 carolnypaver: If he had just said “no” the people would have wondered if the “brigand” would have been released IF ONLY the Elder had asked.  The Elder removed all doubt.   01:03:03 Rachel: I left a comment above about something you addressed. It seems his current reading ties into the discipline it takes to be detached not only from the things of this world but from oneself as well. Since our nous can be darkened, idle curiosities and distractions can wreak havoc in one's own life and those around them. Since the person given to these distractions will act from that skewed vision instead of the pure place of ordering everything to God and His good will alone   01:18:14 Rachel: You mentioned that purity in our day will be like the martyrs, because of the way the world is..in a beautiful homily our priest once gave, he mentioned St. Catherine of Siena. How she felt desperately that our Lord had left her in grave temptations. Yetm he reassured her that not only had he not left her but that she was more pleasing to him.   01:18:40 Rachel: So, it seems that fighting to stay with our Lord wont always feel rosy.   01:19:15 Ambrose Little: Advertising is not like in the old days. Moby Dick was a 900 page advert for the whaling industry.

    The harvest point church ministry Podcast
    Guest Speaker Elder Ray Ramirez: Jesus Hasn't Forgotten About You

    The harvest point church ministry Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 60:22


    The North Gate
    The North Gate - Sunday Family Gathering 08/07/22pm - Elder Mike Thompson

    The North Gate

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 107:35


    Presbyterian on SermonAudio
    The Qualifications of an Elder, part 2

    Presbyterian on SermonAudio

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 53:00


    A new MP3 sermon from Grace & Truth Reformed Presbyterian Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Qualifications of an Elder, part 2 Subtitle: Titus Speaker: Ryan Bever Broadcaster: Grace & Truth Reformed Presbyterian Church Event: Sunday - AM Date: 8/7/2022 Bible: Titus 1:7 Length: 53 min.

    The Job Hunting Podcast
    146. How much do I need for a comfortable retirement? - with Kristi Badgery.

    The Job Hunting Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 27:58


    According to our guest, the key to a successful retirement is careful planning, good investment choices, and a disciplined approach. Making smart decisions about your money and investments while still working and earning an income is a critical success factor.  Kristi Badgery is the co-founder of Breakwater Financial Planning and has years of experience helping pre-retirees prepare for and eventually enjoy their retirement. I invited her for a chat to guide you and me to plan ahead for our retirement.  If you are willing to invest in coaching to support your career plans, please consider having a chat with me. I have clients aged between 35 and 70 and have supported several clients in their 60s to re-energize their careers. I'd be happy to help you achieve your preferred future. Click here to learn more about my career services or book a complimentary chat about private coaching. Disclaimer from Kristi: The information contained in this podcast is of general nature only, doesn't constitute financial advice or taxation advice, and doesn't take into account your objectives, needs, and circumstances. We recommend you obtain investment and taxation advice specific to your investment objectives, financial situations, and particular needs before making any investment decisions or acting on the information contained. Links mentioned in this episode: Episode 63: Achieving financial and career goals - with Paul Burrows. Previous episodes about Retirement Planning Other ways to enjoy this podcast: Read the full blog on the podcast website Download a transcript of this episode About your host: Hello, I'm Renata Bernarde, the Host of The Job Hunting Podcast. I'm also an executive coach, job hunting expert, and career strategist. I teach corporate, non-profit, and public professionals the steps and frameworks to help them find great jobs, change, and advance their careers with confidence and less stress.  Subscribe to the weekly newsletter. A free resource for job hunters: The Optimized Job Search Schedule. Learn more about my career services: www.renatabernarde.com. Book a time to discuss 1-1 coaching and achieve your goals faster Or please email me at rb@renatabernarde.com.        --------- Host: Renata Bernarde Editing: Camille Cariño Music: Scott Holmes Contact us: rb@renatabernarde.com The Job Hunting Podcast is a podcast by Pantala Pty Ltd. Pantala acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Bunurong people. We pay our respects to their Elder's past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.

    cgcpueblo podcast
    Jeffrey Elder- The Revelation of an Outflow

    cgcpueblo podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 70:44


    STR8UP SHOW PODCAST
    STR8UP Back in Time: Is Age Just a Number?

    STR8UP SHOW PODCAST

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 28:22


    Is age just a number when it comes to doing the things you want in your every day life? In this throwback episode from our college days of Str8Up, the former Str8Up crew talk about how age impacts their lives. Big Thanks to Communications family at Bossier Parish Community College.

    AM Quincy on QATV
    South Shore Elder Services - August 8, 2022

    AM Quincy on QATV

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 19:25


    South Shore Elder Services Volunteer Coordinator Bridgett Campbell and Money Management Coordinator Laura Tweedy explain their programs that include Meals on Wheels, Friendly Visitor, and household money management.

    Elders, Church on SermonAudio
    The Qualifications of an Elder

    Elders, Church on SermonAudio

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 45:00


    A new MP3 sermon from Covenant Reformed Presbyterian Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Qualifications of an Elder Subtitle: Erskine ARP Glenholme Speaker: Rev. John Shearouse Broadcaster: Covenant Reformed Presbyterian Church Event: Sunday - PM Date: 8/7/2022 Bible: 1 Timothy 3:2-7; Ezekiel 34:1-31 Length: 45 min.

    The Room Where It Happened
    Elder County, TN Ep. 19 I'm Gonna Cut This

    The Room Where It Happened

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 46:59


    CW: parent death, distorted voices, Possession, intense pain, discussion of blood, discussion of death, aggressive, repeated sounds, sudden loud noises, depictions of poverty Twitter: https://twitter.com/roomwherepod Discord: https://discord.gg/ZjwPuRv Website: https://roomwherepod.com/ Patreon: https://roomwherepod.cash Soon, dear viewer, Mr. Fere and Mr. Howell will join us here at the sight. This will be their crowning achievement and we are prepared to commit any amount of resources we need to to make sure this will be a success. That is why you were brought into senior management. We trust in your ability to help Mr. Fere and Mr. Howell achieve this goal. We expect you to dedicate yourself to this goal. We expect you to give everything if needed.

    KGMI News/Talk 790 - Podcasts
    The Aging Hour 8/6/22

    KGMI News/Talk 790 - Podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 51:46


    Elder law attorney Phil George and co-host Bill Davis have great advice on how to plan for a successful retirement on this episode of The Aging Hour.

    Elders, Church on SermonAudio
    The Qualifications of an Elder, part 2

    Elders, Church on SermonAudio

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 53:00


    A new MP3 sermon from Grace & Truth Reformed Presbyterian Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Qualifications of an Elder, part 2 Subtitle: Titus Speaker: Ryan Bever Broadcaster: Grace & Truth Reformed Presbyterian Church Event: Sunday - AM Date: 8/7/2022 Bible: Titus 1:7 Length: 53 min.

    Redeemer PCA of Overland Park
    Prayer: August 7th, 2022

    Redeemer PCA of Overland Park

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 5:48


    During our Sunday morning worship service, an Elder leads the congregation in prayer.

    Little Union Primitive Baptist Church
    Elder Chris Crouse – A Good Warfare

    Little Union Primitive Baptist Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022


    Elder Chris concludes 1 Timothy Chapter 1, looking at the Apostle Paul’s charge to Timothy. He warns of making shipwreck of his life. He encourages him to hold faith and a good conscience, be upright morally, and always remember the … Read More The post Elder Chris Crouse – A Good Warfare appeared first on Little Union Primitive Baptist Church.

    Buckner Restoration Branch Sermons
    2022-08-07 - Elder Joe Guiot - Sacrament Service

    Buckner Restoration Branch Sermons

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 46:46


    The Rock Church of Fort Myers
    8.7.22 | "Faithless Generation" | Bishop Paul Elder

    The Rock Church of Fort Myers

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 84:09


    8.7.22 | "Faithless Generation" | Bishop Paul Elder by The Rock Church of Fort Myers

    cgcpueblo podcast
    Mitchell Elder - 080522

    cgcpueblo podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 52:02


    In His Image Evangelical Ministries
    We Are His Workmanship / Elder Dwayne Parker

    In His Image Evangelical Ministries

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 85:50


    Ephesians 2 says we are the workmanship of Jesus Christ created in his image. He wants us to reflect his glory.Support the show

    KGMI News/Talk 790 - Podcasts
    The Aging Hour 7/23/22

    KGMI News/Talk 790 - Podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 51:49


    Elder law attorney Phil George and co-host Bill Davis have great advice on how to plan for a successful retirement on this episode of The Aging Hour.

    TM3 Impact
    TM3Impact! The Podcast - Ep 41: Robert Elder and Stephanie Paxton

    TM3 Impact

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 40:10


    Robert Elder and Stephanie Paxton are the founders of RoPax Reality Group! With over 650 million in home sales and 40+ years of combined experience these luxury agents are at the top of their game! In this episode we'll learn about Robert and Stephanie's careers along with the secrets to their amazing success in San Antonio!    Follow TM3 on social media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thetomasmartinez/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thetomasmartinez/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/tomasm_3 Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tomasmartineziii/

    In His Image Evangelical Ministries
    Hold On Til He Comes / Elder Sherry Patterson

    In His Image Evangelical Ministries

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 57:31


    Revelation 2:18-25So, in this Church here in Thyatira we see that God introduces himself as the“Son of God” which emphasizes His Deity – He is the divine man who comes with the full authority and power of God.This title appears to be different from Christ's title in his previous exalted appearance to John, in the very first chpt. Where he identified as the “Son of Man”(Rev 1:13 reads: and in the midst of the seven candlesticks one like unto the Son of man, clothed with a garment down to the foot, and girt about the paps with a golden girdle).Support the show

    KGMI News/Talk 790 - Podcasts
    The Aging Hour 7/30/22

    KGMI News/Talk 790 - Podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 50:44


    Elder law attorney Phil George and co-host Bill Davis have great advice on how to plan for a successful retirement on this episode of The Aging Hour.

    Passive Income, Active Wealth - Hard Money for Real Estate Investing
    233 Self-Storage: Lessons Learned So Far! | REI Show - Hard Money for Real Estate Investors

    Passive Income, Active Wealth - Hard Money for Real Estate Investing

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 30:46


    Bill Fairman 00:00:03 Greetings folks. So, you know, we love self storage. We love 'em so much. We ended up buying some. So in this episode, we're gonna talk about lessons learned right after this. Thank you for joining us on the real estate and investors show hard money for real estate investors. We are Carolina capital management, private lenders for real estate professionals. So if you're looking for us to take a look at one of your projects, go to Carolina, hard money.com. Click on apply. Now, if you're a passive investor looking for passive returns, click on the accredited investor tab, and don't forget to like share subscribe, hit the bell. And don't forget about Wednesdays with Wendy is just a shadow of herself. Apparently our lights are not focused in properly, but Wendy does, excuse me, 30 minutes per person on Wednesdays. Anything you wanna talk about real estate. She donates her time to do this. So sign up on this link and we have one over in the chat, which by the way, we have a chat, it's either gonna be on the right side of your screen or underneath, depending on the platform that you're viewing us from. So if you wanna leave any comments, nasty or not can put 'em there,   Jonathan Davis 00:02:02 You know, bill, this is the most excited I've seen you in a lot. Yeah.   Bill Fairman 00:02:05 I'm getting ready to leave.   Wendy Sweet 00:02:06 Or I thought maybe it was cuz I was back. Yeah,   Bill Fairman 00:02:08 That   Wendy Sweet 00:02:08 Too. We had some great calls on Wednesday yesterday too. Wow. Five excellent, excellent calls. I just, I'm always amazed at the different topics and just really, really good stuff. Really good   Bill Fairman 00:02:23 Stuff. That would be a good way to take a couple of questions and then we can yeah. Do 'em here on the show and answer them. You don't have to say who asked them, but yeah, it might be good topics for,   Wendy Sweet 00:02:35 Well, I'm actually putting together a book from them that we'll talk about just all the different topics, cuz it's just so vast. It's, it's amazing all the, all the options in real estate. In fact, we talked about that yesterday. I, I don't remember which one I was talking to, but that, you know, you get into real estate and you think that it's, you know, fix and flip, right. You know, that's what you think it is. But my goodness, everything gets really broken down into a multitude of different options. And then when you choose that option, there's a multitude of different options for that. Right. You know, the layers are, are definitely, it just goes on and on doesn't it it's depending   Bill Fairman 00:03:14 On market timing, there's all kind of different ways to,   Wendy Sweet 00:03:18 And that's the key. My bro is figuring out what's going on. My green bro. That's and he is green today, but it's, it's, that's the key is really figuring out what's going on around you. And what can you do to go into that toolbox and use? What's gonna work for what's happening in that market.   Bill Fairman 00:03:41 Neat keeps real estate so interesting is exciting, constantly changing and evolving, but you know what? It's still the same. It's all that's right about the numbers. It's just different ways of tackling it based on different right   Wendy Sweet 00:03:54 Markets, basically the same, that's the   Jonathan Davis 00:03:56 Similar conversation that we, we had, I think at the last employee luncheon learn or whatever that we had talking about, you were saying the market is cyclical and you know, it's just all these things. And while that's true, the things that throw it, the occurrences that throw it back into that cyclical motion are never the same,   Wendy Sweet 00:04:18 Right? Like   Jonathan Davis 00:04:19 So good point. It, it keeps happening, but it's never the same thing that, that   Wendy Sweet 00:04:23 Pushes it over there. Trigger pushes   Jonathan Davis 00:04:24 It back. So that's the exciting part is we know it's cyclical, but we never know what will cause that cyclical motion.   Wendy Sweet 00:04:30 Yeah. Yeah. Great point.   Bill Fairman 00:04:32 That is true. But the, the majority of the time it's rate related,   Jonathan Davis 00:04:40 But what causes the, we had the same, but what causes the rate? It's never the same thing.   Bill Fairman 00:04:45 That's   Wendy Sweet 00:04:46 Right.   Jonathan Davis 00:04:46 We don't say the fed or the fed responding.   Bill Fairman 00:04:49 We, we know that the fed doesn't cons doesn't control   Wendy Sweet 00:04:52 Mortgage rates.   Bill Fairman 00:04:52 Yeah. The fed is always behind it's the market that controls rates.   Wendy Sweet 00:04:56 Yeah.   Bill Fairman 00:04:57 So   Wendy Sweet 00:04:58 Really good stuff. We do   Bill Fairman 00:04:59 Have a little bit of breaking news. Speaking of rates, breaking news, the average 30 year fixed rate mortgage dropped to 4.9, 9% for the week.   Wendy Sweet 00:05:21 Really? I don't know   Bill Fairman 00:05:22 That. Not from 5.3. Oh all the way down to 4 9, 9. Wow.   Jonathan Davis 00:05:27 And it was at five, five. What didn't they? Yeah.   Wendy Sweet 00:05:30 Brian Maddox said that would happen,   Bill Fairman 00:05:32 You know, excuse me. Keep in mind. It's still gonna fluctuate for a while, depending on slow downs and that type of thing. But a lot of people were pulling money back over in stocks and it worked out well. Yeah.   Wendy Sweet 00:05:46 Yeah. That's, that's   Bill Fairman 00:05:47 Good. At least for some of those folks that have been kind of sitting on the fence and hoping that they wouldn't spend half their life paying their mortgage off. All right. So let's, let's get this show on the road. Yeah. So a while back we were fortunate enough to purchase some self storage. She hasn't told the story. So because it could be fortunate or unfortunate. I'm not sure yet because we, you know, we land in that space and we love the space, you know, why don't we own any yeah. You   Wendy Sweet 00:06:23 Know what I mean? Why don't we own   Bill Fairman 00:06:24 Everything? So we're, that was cause we couldn't afford it. We're we're dipping our toes always can and, and Wendy is taking the lead on   Wendy Sweet 00:06:31 This. Yeah. Taking the lead and the middle and the behind on it. But you know, that's what I said I would do. And that's what I'm doing because the team here is so awesome that I don't even really have to do anything in the loan on the loan side of life anymore, which is sad, but also very exciting. But it opened me up to be able to do this. And you know, our mom, she might not be online now, but she will watch this. And she has seen me all my life. I don't just bite things off to chew. I bite them off bigger than they really need. It's an elephant at every opportunity for me. And,   Bill Fairman 00:07:10 And we, we call that jumping in with both   Wendy Sweet 00:07:12 Feet. Yeah. Yeah. And, and I always ask myself, why in the world are you doing this? And, but I always land on my feet, thanks to God. And you know, the same thing has happened here. We didn't just buy one storage facility. We had to buy two. And, and I'm so glad that we did though, because they've really been very different in the approach. The reason why we bought them were for really two different things. You know, one, one was a little bit bigger. One was, you know, that one's located closer to us. One's located farther away. It just, it's amazing how the two have reacted differently to what we're doing. And I'm kind of doing the same due diligence for both. But one came out to be a whole lot easier to work with, which is the one we didn't think would be than the one that we thought would be the breeze has turned out to be extremely challenging. Let's   Bill Fairman 00:08:17 Let's, let's talk about two. One is more of a conventional way of looking at cell storage all in one   Wendy Sweet 00:08:24 Land. Yeah. That's the one in Crossville, Tennessee.   Bill Fairman 00:08:27 And then the other one in Mexico, Missouri.   Wendy Sweet 00:08:29 Yes. Always wanted to go to Mexico, but not in Missouri, but is,   Bill Fairman 00:08:33 Is several parcels,   Wendy Sweet 00:08:35 Several parcels. And it's in a downtown neighborhood like it's downtown, but it's split up into four different parcels that are all within a block or two of each other. It didn't have a fence around it. They were painted brown and we'd gone in and were camouflaging them. They were camouflaging 'em they're, you know, not, no good lighting the weeds growing up everywhere. And, and so we we've done the rehab side of that almost complete for, for the most part, you know, with the new gravel and drainage and gutters and painting it. And it, it looks like a completely different place and it's now a hundred percent full. So now we're getting in starting to raise the rates and cuz you don't really wanna be a hundred percent full. You wanna be in the mid nineties   Bill Fairman 00:09:33 When this is recorded, we'll leave a link through some before and after   Wendy Sweet 00:09:37 Photo shots. Yeah. I forgot to send Scott some pictures of that and   Jonathan Davis 00:09:41 You don't wanna be a hundred percent full because if you are, you're   Wendy Sweet 00:09:43 Not charging enough. That's exactly right. I'm competitive in the market. Yeah, that's exactly right. It's, I'm glad that I have my hospitality background being in the hotel business and of course have a short term rentals as well because there's things about self storage that are really similar to the hospitality industry. D a little different than your regular long term rental, but very much like your short term, you care about occupancy, you know, driving up the rates on a daily, weekly or monthly basis based on what your occupancy is and what your competitors are doing. When I was in the hotel business, we had one particular hotel in Montgomery, Alabama and comfort in quality in there was a Marriott courtyard and a, a Fairfield all on different corners. And each, each, you know, we were the first ones comfort on that corner. And as everybody built a new hotel, you know, our occupancy was going down.   Wendy Sweet 01:10:42 So we would send the other, we knew nights that that other people were gonna fill up first. So we started sending their front desk people pizzas and say, Hey, we have rooms. So I say that because it's important to understand your competition. Yeah. And what they're doing and be on a friendly basis with them because there are plenty of the newer self storage facilities out there that are full. They, or they don't have the sizes that people need and you want them to recommend, you know, us. Yep. You know, cuz I don't mind being number two. It's okay. You know, we can still number two yeah. Or walling in it. So, so that's been, it's been really unique to me in that it's so much like the hotel business and, and the automation from it is really exciting too, because self storage is exploding. So, so all of the vendors that have to do with self storage, you know, they too are exploding and growing and what they're doing, where, you know, you, you can book a unit on your phone and you're key to get in is on your phone. You tell   Jonathan Davis 01:11:52 Like you can buy, buy like automated drones that when someone like security drones, when someone's on the property, they will circle and go to that's. Right. Like it, it gets   Wendy Sweet 01:12:01 Pretty high tech that's right. It does. Now they're running about $32,000 a pop. So we probably won't be getting any of those anytime soon. Well, but some of the bigger storage, but if you're   Bill Fairman 01:12:10 Hanging out around our facility for no reason, you never know, we may have   Wendy Sweet 01:12:14 One, you hear that buzz above you. Yeah. That's what we're looking for. But it's, it's, it's just amazing how automated it is. And you know, and another thing too, in self storage, you definitely wanna do that. Cost segregation study and take advantage of the, the, you know, tax opportunities that you're gonna have to be able to do that. So, so it has, you know, sell storage has so many different real estate types that are related to other segments of real estate that you're in. And they kind of all come into this one spot, which is really, to me, it's really exciting. I think   Bill Fairman 01:12:53 It's neat. So if you're doing fix and flip and other things and you're having trouble finding contractors and supplies, is it the same for self storage?   Wendy Sweet 01:13:03 It's similar, but not as bad, you know, I'm looking for people who can install fences, I'm looking for a painter, I'm looking for masonry guy that can repair that roofers.   Jonathan Davis 01:13:16 The things that are really like backed up are windows lumber,   Wendy Sweet 01:13:20 Trusses appliance   Jonathan Davis 01:13:22 Appliances. Right.   Wendy Sweet 01:13:23 So I'm not feeling all that you   Jonathan Davis 01:13:26 Concrete slab block and metal   Wendy Sweet 01:13:27 That's right. That's exactly right. And even like, you know, our Crossville Tennessee property had T one 11 siding. I had   Bill Fairman 01:13:37 No   Wendy Sweet 01:13:37 Idea what that is. Well, it's like fake panel. It's like the paneling from the seventies, but it's for the outside of a building. So it's, it's on the, the, you know, where the Eves come to the end. So it's really just on the ends of the building and it's all rotten. It needs to be replaced. And my goal or thought pattern was just to replace it with the same thing. But you know, my roofer comes in and goes, you know, we can replace that siding with metal rather than T one 11. Well, heck yeah. I'd love to have it replaced in metal. It's custom cut. And it's actually a little bit cheaper for us to do it that way and it'll last a lot longer. So, so I'm really, really excited   Bill Fairman 01:14:17 By that. So they using the same materials they would use for a metal roof.   Wendy Sweet 01:14:19 That's exactly right. And we're getting roofs put on, on some of the   Bill Fairman 01:14:23 Building. So corrosion resistant.   Wendy Sweet 01:14:24 Exactly. Exactly. So it works. So, but you know, the first thing I did before we bought these is I immersed myself in first of all, the North Carolina self storage association, a dear friend of mine Wende long invited me to accompany him to go. And it was, you know, just one of the best things I ever did. I'm so grateful that he, he directed me to do do that. And then I went to a bigger self storage convention in Las Vegas. You know, my favorite town, everybody knows I hate Las Vegas, but it's called inside self storage. And that was, you know, really, really good with all of the, the classes, the seminars, the vendors, there were, I don't know, 3000, 4,000 people there. It was really big, but very, and it was interesting to see too, who, who, who, who the owners are, you know, who is it? 52% of the people that own self storage is mom and pop, you know, real, similar to single family, burnt out landlords, you know, and that's who you wanna buy your properties from. So   Bill Fairman 01:15:34 Smaller multifamily too.   Wendy Sweet 01:15:36 Exactly. Exactly. And then you've got, you know, a few co corporations that have, you know, hundreds of facilities and are just doing really, really well.   Bill Fairman 01:15:47 And, and a lot of those are now developing new versus trying buy old. Cause it's cheaper to develop than it's to purchase.   Wendy Sweet 01:15:54 That's exactly right. And what was, and it   Bill Fairman 01:15:57 Functions more like they want it to   Wendy Sweet 01:15:58 Function. That's right. And go ahead, Owen,   Jonathan Davis 01:16:01 To build on that, you know, looking for, you know, those old box stores where they, you know, I think when we were talking with Fernando angel Luci, you know, they to self storage exclusively, I think you said it saves almost six up to 60% of build costs. If you can just get one of those shells at a decent price and go inside there. So you've seen a lot of people do that.   Wendy Sweet 01:16:24 Well, and that's, what's another, you know, we   Bill Fairman 01:16:26 Say, so start looking for coals. Yeah.   Wendy Sweet 01:16:29 Because they're going down. I'm just kidding. No, no, we love go.   Jonathan Davis 01:16:32 But I mean, like I swear, every Kmart is every old Kmart I think is   Wendy Sweet 01:16:36 Yeah. Self support. That's so true. That's, that's very true. And the other thing that, that we talked about when we first started this conversation, excuse me, was we talked about how like, its, if you go into fix and flip now, you know, it can be, get broken down into so many different types of things that you're gonna focus on. Well, self storage is the same way you're gonna have, you know, the self storage that doesn't have the fence around it. It's located kind of in a neighborhood it's, you know, low key a C class is what I would call it. Right. Then you've got your self storage that are a little more uppity. They have the fencing and they're really nice. And that kind of thing. Then you go to your, a class, which is your, you know, five, six story, temperature control, you know,   Bill Fairman 01:17:26 There's like an office building.   Wendy Sweet 01:17:28 Yeah. Yeah. So, so there's variations of that. One of the things that we're really pushing though at this inside cell storage, they really were just starting to talk about RV and boat parking. And you know how you can, if you have solar on the top of your RV cover, you know, if you're gonna build a cover for it, you get a 30% tax abatement for that, that if you're not putting walls on that building, it's not really an improvement.   Jonathan Davis 01:17:54 So it's not tax it doesn't add value to the assessment.   Wendy Sweet 01:17:58 So you don't, don't have to pay more taxes for that. So there's all kinds of little things that you can look for there. But one of the things that I have really learned when I'm looking at new properties is to really search for properties that have land or, or space a certain amount of space. And you need to understand what you need. Like you're gonna have to have 30 feet all around that space for turnaround and back in and that kind of thing. So you wanna make sure that you have space to be able to add our van boat parking and you don't have to have a cover on it. You just, you know, show 'em where they can park and, and you have no overhead for that, but   Bill Fairman 01:18:36 Gravel. Yeah. And that's one of the benefits of not having the big bucks, right. That you're doing or the new development, because they're paying a lot more for the land and they want to utilize it with we'll call it dwellings. Right. But if you're buying a, you know, a mom and pop that's out a little bit, the land was already cheaper. Right. And if they have land there, then you can either have portable units that you can put in there or you can turn it in the boat and RV and   Wendy Sweet 01:19:03 Yeah. And the cool thing about the portable units is portables are just that they're portable. So you can put those units in places where your local zoning won't allow you to do any kind of a permanent structure. So you're allowed to add additional space by having those portable units. But really when you sit back and look at the cost of the portable unit, why not turn it into just parking   Jonathan Davis 01:19:30 Spot? Yeah. The parking spot. I mean, yeah. It'd be beneficial if you have zoning that has like, you know, you know, offsets that are, you know, extreme, like, you know, like in some places it could be like 50 foot. Yeah. It's like, well, you know, 50 feet's a lot. Well, he can get a lot of portable units and 50   Wendy Sweet 01:19:45 Feet. Yeah. So   Jonathan Davis 01:19:46 That, but you know, that, that might be an   Bill Fairman 01:19:48 Opportunity gets back to work with what you have. Yeah. Based on the market conditions. That's   Jonathan Davis 01:19:55 Exactly right. I saw where some someone said we've seen a lot of seller financing for the smaller self storage facilities on the note side. I mean, yeah. I mean, makes sense. I mean, most of those on the smaller ones are, like you said, owned by mom and pop they're already paid for, they either built to themselves are paid it off or inherited it or whatever the case may be. Right. And they're just looking   Bill Fairman 02:20:15 And they're used to the cash flow.   Jonathan Davis 02:20:16 Why not continue cash flow?   Wendy Sweet 02:20:18 Well, and they're smart enough to know that if they, if they get all that money, they're gonna have to pay uncle Sam right off the back, you know, why not taking in increments? And if, you know, push comes to shove and they're not paying me, I just take the facility back.   Bill Fairman 02:20:33 If you go in and improve it and raise the rents. Yeah. And you're not paying, they they've got a place that's worth more money.   Wendy Sweet 02:20:39 Yeah. That wouldn't be mad. So, so some of the, the piles of number twos that I stepped in was, but this one turned out to be a good one was I didn't walk the property properly before we closed do that. How do you   Jonathan Davis 02:20:57 Walk it   Wendy Sweet 02:20:57 Properly? Well, you need to go inside units when you're there. And you should have a map of the units with you when you're doing that. And look for dead space. Like our prop, the property in Mexico, Missouri had 13 more units than we thought. You know, I always love when that,   Jonathan Davis 02:21:20 That that's a good, yeah,   Wendy Sweet 02:21:21 That's a benefit. They actually didn't have doors on 'em that it was just a building that was empty and it looked like it had doors, but it didn't. So, so that's a, that, that was a plus. But the other thing that it, that it hurt by not walking that property is, you know, when you're looking at a property you're looking for damages and things that you're gonna have to do to, to replace, but by not going into the units, I wasn't able to see the terrible job they did by putting a roof and a ceiling and how some of them were leaking. And there was a lot of masonry things on just the insides of the doors that I would not have noticed. I would've noticed had I opened up those doors and, and walked in. So, so   Jonathan Davis 02:22:07 Look at every single unit,   Wendy Sweet 02:22:09 I, I would do everything possible to get, get my eyes on every one of 'em. If I could,   Bill Fairman 02:22:14 Of course, that's hard to, do you have locks from the owners on those doors? You can't get in to see   Wendy Sweet 02:22:18 All yeah, that's true. I mean, it, it takes planning ahead to be able to do that, but plan to be there two or three times to be able to, to stick your head in there. And I know   Jonathan Davis 02:22:27 That I talk with Fernando. I mean, they usually, when they go look at a facility they're, it's like a one or two full   Wendy Sweet 02:22:34 Day. Yeah. They do a good job of due diligence, Fernando and Luci, their company does a great job, job title wealth. Yeah. They do a great job of due diligence. I, I just love what they're doing. The other thing that I can tell you was a real challenge and it still is. I don't quite have my arms around. It is the property in, in Missouri had a software program in place already called web storage, which isn't one that we stayed with. But the other one Crossville, Tennessee was run by the epitome of good old boy. And they literally kept everything on a sheet of paper. Like when somebody pay, they hand write, 'em a receipt, zero, zero software whatsoever. And it has, it has taken a long time to get all of that uploaded correctly. And they weren't even taking debit cards or, or any kind of credit card. They would take cash only. And I think a lot of that had to do with that under the table thing, but we kinda got that. It's amazing track.   Bill Fairman 02:23:44 They have multiple facilities. So if they're doing   Wendy Sweet 02:23:47 Multiple, yeah, yeah. That company that we, that would be hard, keep that we purchase that from actually has four other facilities in the area. And they're all being operated the same way. It blows my mind. It's a lot of work. Well somebody's making necessarily work.   Bill Fairman 02:24:01 I don't know, know if you don't have to   Wendy Sweet 02:24:02 Pay taxes on that gas? Well, when, when we closed on that, there were three people that were five years late or longer three that were, that still had stuff in there. Now we cleaned out a total of 33 units since we've had it. And just a few months of people that were were late, but you know, five years or longer, one guy owned owed $8,000 over $8,000 and, and had never been there. What was his monthly rate? I think he was sitting at 45, 40 $5,   Bill Fairman 02:24:34 Takes a while to get to 8,000 balance of   Wendy Sweet 02:24:37 $45. And the rates had not been increased in three years. And I mean, it's, it's, it's definitely work in progress. In fact, Alex is there now cleaning out three more units today. So we're working that one. It's it's coming along. So understanding the software and the books and that kind of thing. I mean, what, what I got was printed out on a sheet of paper, but it was all faults. It was just all fault. So that, that was a kind of a, a disappointment. And then the other thing that I've run into is the local government in Tennessee has not been very easy to work with in getting our corporation set up and, you know, so we can get our banking. You know, we bought it with one of our companies that has the word trust, cuz we bought it in a trust and they don't like that word trust.   Wendy Sweet 02:25:32 So we've really been going around for almost 45 days now, tell 'em we didn't make that word. I know it's for real. So try just trying to get them to respond to that and get it so we can actually deposit the thousands of dollars in payments that we have sitting on the desk waiting to be deposited is, is kind of frustrating. So those are kind of the, the good, bad and ugly items that I've been dealing with at this point. But I'll tell you, I, you know, I'm really excited about self storage. I'm looking forward to buying two more here real shortly.   Bill Fairman 02:26:07 Wait, wait minute. Before you do that, I want to give you an opportunity. Okay. To give the last word,   Wendy Sweet 02:26:14 Oh,   Bill Fairman 02:26:19 I have to use those graphics whenever I can go ahead.   Wendy Sweet 02:26:22 Okay. It's super istic. They SPOC.   Bill Fairman 02:26:28 So if you were gonna wrap it up with your last phrase yeah. Instead of the word, what would you do?   Wendy Sweet 02:26:33Don't be afraid. Don't be afraid.    Bill Fairman 02:26:37 Says the person that jumps in with both feet. Well,   Wendy Sweet 02:26:40 And I'm still here. I'm still kicking. I've messed up more than most people have been successful, but you know what? You learn from everything that you do.   Bill Fairman 02:26:51 It's called earning why you learned. Yeah.   Wendy Sweet 02:26:54 Right? Yeah. The, the thing is, is, you know, you definitely wanna do your homework, but don't let fear stop you. It's just a few more zeros. And I know everybody goes, whoa, but it it's it's it's well worth it. It's exciting. It's doable. Anybody can do this. Yeah. Anybody can do this. You just need to do your homework and hook up with the right people.   Bill Fairman 02:27:17 And it is very recession resistant.   Wendy Sweet 02:27:19 Yes. Yes.   Bill Fairman 02:27:20 It's low maintenance costs. Once you get everything in place and you can automate a whole lot of it, right?   Wendy Sweet 02:27:28 Yeah. Oh, this is funny. So I love this question. Where are you buying last? The last two? I don't know. We're looking and that's the other thing too, is we can doesn't really matter where it is.   Bill Fairman 02:27:38 We would prefer to be in the   Wendy Sweet 02:27:40 Southeast in the Southeast, cuz that's where we are, but it doesn't really matter. But this other question from Alva.   Jonathan Davis 02:27:46 Yeah. Elder, I was looking at a mom and pop storage unit in the market is close to one of the corporate storage companies. Should I be afraid?   Wendy Sweet 02:27:52 No, no. They've already done all the homework. They've   Jonathan Davis 02:27:55 Done the homework, but, and, and again, that's the, the microcosm of what self storage is. It's not a zip code. It's not a county, it's not a city. It is literally a one to three, three mile radius.   Wendy Sweet 02:28:07 And your customer is not the same customer that the big corporate storage company has   Bill Fairman 02:28:12 Keeping in mind, same customer, the, the big companies they're raising their rates every six months. And you're gonna get people that are saying, all right, I'm done with this. I'm moving to someplace. That's gonna be a little bit cheaper. It may not be as pretty as this one, but we bought just more sense.   Jonathan Davis 02:28:30 We bought probably the ugliest storage units. You could   Wendy Sweet 02:28:32 Totally the ugliest. That's not what brown on brown, what   Jonathan Davis 02:28:36 They look like. It's what's the potential for them.   Wendy Sweet 02:28:38 That's right.   Bill Fairman 02:28:39 That's   Wendy Sweet 02:28:40 Great   Bill Fairman 02:28:41 Question. Yeah, no, that, that is, that is a great question. All right, listen, we need to wrap this thing up because we've been   Jonathan Davis 02:28:50 Great advice   Bill Fairman 02:28:53 Going on and on about this, but we have a lot more, we're gonna do some updates on this as we go forward and let you know what Wendy has stepped in. Because again, she's doing all this for us. So   Jonathan Davis 02:29:04 What's the purpose of the last word. If you have it, no matter who gets to,   Bill Fairman 02:29:11 Okay. Jonathan is now being cut off, cuz I'm going to this camera. Now   Wendy Sweet 02:29:16 Let me get out of the shot.   Bill Fairman 02:29:17 Thank you so much for joining us on the real estate investor show. By the way we are speaking in the, at the quest, excuse me, expo in September. We have a link in the chat over there for a 30% discount firm in 30. So check that out once again. Thanks again for joining us on the real estate investor show hard money for real estate investors. We are Carolina capital management. We are private lenders in the Southeast real estate professionals. If you'd like to like us to take a look at one of your projects, then click on, oh, first you have to go to Carolina, capital Carolina, hard money.com. Yes. What they said and click on the apply. Now, if you are a, what is it? An accredited investor looking for passive returns, click on the accredited investor to have, I am sliding out quickly. He's already on the plane. Thank you. Don't forget the like share subscribe, hit the bell. And don't forget about Wednesdays with Wendy. Have a great week and we'll talk to you later. Bye y'all.

    Old Baptist Weekly
    OBW: Elder Mike Montgomery

    Old Baptist Weekly

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 73:28


    Bro. Mike preaches about the Vindication of God: Romans 3:4. Recorded on August 3, 2022.

    The Bobby Bones Show
    (Thurs Early Bird) Elder vs. Millennial + Mailbag: Is it okay for a babysitter to have a glass of wine? + 2 Truths and a Lie (Bobby, Amy, Lunchbox)

    The Bobby Bones Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 36:03


    The competition gets heated between Eddie and Morgan inside of Elder vs. Millennial. In the mailbag, a mom wants to know if she is overreacting after her new babysitter had a glass of wine while watching her kids.  A listener is on to play a round of 2 Truths and Lie for a chance to win $5k if they can guess who the liar is between Bobby, Amy and Lunchbox.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Old Baptist Weekly
    OBW: Elder David Montgomery

    Old Baptist Weekly

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 72:08


    Bro. David preaches to us about the Parables of the Lost: Luke 15. Recorded on July 27, 2022.

    Engrafted Word Church
    Qualifying To Be An Elder | Pastor Christopher McMichael | Engrafted Word Church | Cookeville, TN

    Engrafted Word Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 61:25


    The Sales Podcast
    The Psychology of Improving With Sales Expert Paul Scheper

    The Sales Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 54:37


    Professional Sales Tips you'll learn today on The Sales Podcast... Author of "The Psychology of Improving From A to Z: The ABC's of Self-Improvement" He gives them away to connect with real estate professionals S.I.T. "Stay In Touch" if you want to succeed in sales Emails monthly Sends a snail mail newsletter His daughter does the real estate side of things He does the loans You must get customers before you even have a database to market to Who has a problem I can solve? Related episodes and posts Tom Hopkins is the legend in real estate sales and sales training. Listen to his interview on The Sales Podcast, #115t. Sales is really just two things: How can I help my customer make money? How do I help my customers save money? Inch by inch it's a sinch. Yard by yard it's hard. He buys lists of high interest borrowers and those with PMI He does snail mail to them and gets 0.4% percent to respond, so 4/10ths of a percent A lot of people say "maybe" and he drips on them New, fresh customers in one part of the database and then the "maybes" FU means "Follow Up" FU to FT (follow through) Work smart and work hard The Big Four Twitter YouTube LinkedIn Facebook Business Page The fifth is TikTok. It's unbelievable over there! He does a lot with senior citizens on reverse mortgages and so he's reaching the kids of those prospects He gets on Groups on LinkedIn and engages Certified financial planners, Elder attorneys, etc. is where he posts and engages Be careful not to oversaturate the groups He posts once per week with fresh content Give, comment, like, and acknowledge others Contribute because givers gain "It is in giving that you receive." St. Francis of Assisi It is in giving that you receive." People don't care about you It's a slowly but surely kind of thing It requires some patience No one thing works. They all work. He eventually gets some DMs and leads happen Even his Facebook personal page gets him traction Uses HootSuite to share onto his Facebook Page "I remember things and I forget things." His son persuaded him to write a book His son wrote a book when he was 22, "How to Get Focused In a Distracted World" when he was at Chapman and he learned how to focus and got straight A's His son challenged him to write a book after attending his seminars because Paul always had an ABC list on how to grow and improve. Paul doesn't want to write another book because it's hard! Took him two years. You gotta be willing to make mistakes...but never make the same mistake twice. S.I.T.: Stay In Touch to succeed in sales." It's best to learn from the mistakes of others Without a goal, good luck! In 1983, interest rates were 13-14%. Now they're in the high 5% range instead of the high 2%. PDR: Practice. Drill. Rehearse. (Tom Hopkins) You have to address the stalls and the "I'll be back." "Come from your heart. Just to clarify for me." The set aside technique..."Let's set that aside for now. What else is causing you to delay this decision?" "If you don't do anything at all, and you won't hurt my feelings, how is your life going to get better?" Then shut up and listen. Silent and listen are the same six letters. A lot of times they don't trust you. Go find the decision makers. Seek progress instead of perfection." Be like Larry King and Oprah. Ask open ended questions. Get them to recognize the problem Give them the tool to scratch the itch. Listen with your eyes, your ears, and your heart. If you wait for the perfect time, it'll never happen. It's okay. Take a step. Sales Growth Tools Mentioned In The Sales Podcast Get his book, "The Psychology of Improving From A to Z: The ABC's of Self-Improvement" Visit ImproveTube.tv

    Badass Beers and Badass Music!
    Episode 406! Elder Son Brewing

    Badass Beers and Badass Music!

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 55:48


    This week co-host Tom Paynter takes control while Jon is away and stops by Elder Son Brewing in Houston. Owner and head brewer Robert Frye joins Tom.

    High School Insider with Mike Dyer | Cincinnati NKY Sports

    Elder football coach Doug Ramsey, Oak Hills coach Justin Roden and Western Hills coach Charles Boyd reflect on this preseason. Find more at https://www.wcpo.com/highschoolinsider    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Church News
    Elder Massimo De Feo, the president of the Church's Europe Central Area, on the ‘unparalleled future' of Europe despite trying times

    Church News

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 52:49


    During a special devotional broadcast to Latter-day Saints in Europe in early 2022,  President Russell M. Nelson said that at a time when some feel that religion is dying in Europe, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has “an unparalleled future” because of its faithful members. “You have access to the power — God's power — that will literally change the future of Europe,” he said during the event on Sunday, Jan. 23. “As you keep your covenants with increasing precision, you are the hope of Europe and you are the hope of Israel.” Elder Massimo De Feo, a General Authority Seventy and president of the Church's Europe Central Area, joins this episode of the Church News podcast to talk about this important area of the world — which is impacted by a political conflict, a refugee crisis and secularism. The Church News Podcast is a weekly podcast that invites listeners to make a journey of connection with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the globe. Host Sarah Jane Weaver, reporter and editor for The Church News for a quarter-century, shares a unique view of the stories, events, and most important people who form this international faith. With each episode, listeners are asked to embark on a journey to learn from one another and ponder, “What do I know now?” because of the experience. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Berean's Podcast
    Episode 244: LIFE PRIORITIES: LUKE 10: 38-42: Elder Thomas Strauthers

    Berean's Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 33:20


    Daily Prophet: Talks from leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

    Our personal conversion includes the responsibility to share the gospel of Jesus Christ with the world.

    Kingdom Life Church VA
    ELDER SYDELLE // ABIDING IN HIS PRESENCE

    Kingdom Life Church VA

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 45:27


    In this message Elder Sydelle taught on the importance in building a relationship with God, and spending time in his presence. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kingdom-life4/support

    The Room Where It Happened
    Elder County, TN Ep. 18 Don't Loose This One

    The Room Where It Happened

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 61:58


    CW: animatronics, distorted voices, Possession, intense pain, discussion of blood, discussion of death, aggressive, repeated sounds, sudden loud noises, depictions of poverty Twitter: https://twitter.com/roomwherepod Discord: https://discord.gg/ZjwPuRv Website: https://roomwherepod.com/ Patreon: https://roomwherepod.cash I am sure you have questions, dear viewer, about Mr. Fere and Mr. Howelle. The owners of this…corporation have an untold amount of experience. They have seen so many try to rise and claim their place at the center of the wheel. So many undeserving, worn and dirty hands reaching and grabbing. Thinking that simply because they toil they are entitled to something. They know, much like you do, there is an order to the world. Some great beings are meant to lead. Others are meant to follow. The wheel turns cause those great beings deem it so.

    cgcpueblo podcast
    Bishop Paul Elder - The Heart

    cgcpueblo podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 47:56


    cgcpueblo podcast
    Bishop Paul Elder - The Author and the Finisher of our Faith

    cgcpueblo podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 70:20


    Oak Hill Bible Church
    Elder Panel | John 10-12

    Oak Hill Bible Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022


    That You May Believe | The Gospel of John

    Leading Saints Podcast
    When the Stake President Struggles with Mental Illness | An Interview with Michael and Susan Dayley

    Leading Saints Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 51:40


    Michael and Susan Daley are currently serving as temple missionaries in the Palmyra, New York Temple. They lived in Las Vegas, Nevada for 40 years and later moved to Logan, Utah. Michael has served as a stake president, stake Young Men president, bishop, bishop's councilor, elders quorum president, stake mission president, Seminary teacher, and as a young missionary in the Switzerland, Geneva Mission. He earned a bachelor's degree in Communications and Media Sales from Brigham Young University, and worked as a media sales manager for Don Rey Media and Stephens Media in Las Vegas, Nevada. Highlights 02:00 Introduction to Elder and Sister Daley, serving as missionaries in the Palmyra Temple. 05:00 Michael's story and his mental health struggles. He was released as stake president and was out of a job when the depression and anxiety started to take over his life. 10:00 Michael talks about how he got help for his depression and his treatment. The things that worked and didn't work. 14:00 Working in the temple every day helped ease his depression. He would work and pray. 15:00 Michael began working at Deseret Industries when the temple closed down during the pandemic. It was important for him to serve and work again. 17:45 At Deseret Industries they helped Michael create future goals. His next goal would be a mission. 20:00 He still has his bad days. However, through medication, temple service, his wife, family, and friends, Michael has been able to get his depression under control and feels more like his old self. 21:15 The key to Michael's mental health when he was a bishop and stake president was having a great executive secretary. Between his wife and secretaries they were able to monitor him and help support him. 29:45 Don't let pride get in the way of getting treatment and getting help. There is a stigma around mental health that causes many people to avoid getting professional help. 31:30 Kurt and Michael share experiences of getting released from big callings in the bishopric and stake presidency and feeling a loss. Michael encourages others to embrace their new calling or ask for a calling. 37:15 Susan shares her perspective on Michael's transition from huge leadership callings. 39:00 Michael talks about his mental health after losing his job and being released from the stake presidency. His biggest advice to others struggling with mental health is to find something to do and finding a sense of purpose. 42:20 Co dependency issues. Feeling like your self worth is tied to helping people. 46:00 Susan shares how going through these mental health struggles with her husband has made her a better follower of Jesus Christ. 47:45 D&C 121 and 122 have helped Michael through his mental health journey and he encourages others to read and study them. Links Why working at Deseret Industries helped a former stake president heal from depression TRANSCRIPT coming soon Watch on YouTube (coming soon) Get 14-day access to the Core Leader Library The Leading Saints Podcast gets over 300,000 listens each month and has nearly 10 million total downloads as part of nonprofit Leading Saints' mission to help latter-day saints be better prepared to lead. Learn more and listen to any of the past episodes for free at LeadingSaints.org. Past guests include Emily Belle Freeman, David Butler, Hank Smith, John Bytheway, Liz Wiseman, Stephen M. R. Covey, Julie Beck, Brad Wilcox, Jody Moore, Tony Overbay, John H. Groberg, Elaine Dalton, Tad R. Callister, J. Devn Cornish, Dennis B. Neuenschwander, Anthony Sweat, John Hilton III, Barbara Morgan Gardner, Blair Hodges, Whitney Johnson, Ryan Gottfredson, Greg McKeown, DeAnna Murphy, Michael Goodman, Richard Ostler, Ganel-Lyn Condie, and many more in over 500 episodes. Discover podcasts, articles, virtual conferences, and live events related to callings such as the bishopric, Relief Society, elders quorum, Primary, youth leadership,

    Leading Saints Podcast
    When the Stake President Struggles with Mental Illness | An Interview with Michael and Susan Dayley

    Leading Saints Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 51:40


    Michael and Susan Daley are currently serving as temple missionaries in the Palmyra, New York Temple. They lived in Las Vegas, Nevada for 40 years and later moved to Logan, Utah. Michael has served as a stake president, stake Young Men president, bishop, bishop's councilor, elders quorum president, stake mission president, Seminary teacher, and as a young missionary in the Switzerland, Geneva Mission. He earned a bachelor's degree in Communications and Media Sales from Brigham Young University, and worked as a media sales manager for Don Rey Media and Stephens Media in Las Vegas, Nevada. Highlights 02:00 Introduction to Elder and Sister Daley, serving as missionaries in the Palmyra Temple. 05:00 Michael's story and his mental health struggles. He was released as stake president and was out of a job when the depression and anxiety started to take over his life. 10:00 Michael talks about how he got help for his depression and his treatment. The things that worked and didn't work. 14:00 Working in the temple every day helped ease his depression. He would work and pray. 15:00 Michael began working at Deseret Industries when the temple closed down during the pandemic. It was important for him to serve and work again. 17:45 At Deseret Industries they helped Michael create future goals. His next goal would be a mission. 20:00 He still has his bad days. However, through medication, temple service, his wife, family, and friends, Michael has been able to get his depression under control and feels more like his old self. 21:15 The key to Michael's mental health when he was a bishop and stake president was having a great executive secretary. Between his wife and secretaries they were able to monitor him and help support him. 29:45 Don't let pride get in the way of getting treatment and getting help. There is a stigma around mental health that causes many people to avoid getting professional help. 31:30 Kurt and Michael share experiences of getting released from big callings in the bishopric and stake presidency and feeling a loss. Michael encourages others to embrace their new calling or ask for a calling. 37:15 Susan shares her perspective on Michael's transition from huge leadership callings. 39:00 Michael talks about his mental health after losing his job and being released from the stake presidency. His biggest advice to others struggling with mental health is to find something to do and finding a sense of purpose. 42:20 Co dependency issues. Feeling like your self worth is tied to helping people. 46:00 Susan shares how going through these mental health struggles with her husband has made her a better follower of Jesus Christ. 47:45 D&C 121 and 122 have helped Michael through his mental health journey and he encourages others to read and study them. Links Why working at Deseret Industries helped a former stake president heal from depression TRANSCRIPT coming soon Watch on YouTube (coming soon) Get 14-day access to the Core Leader Library The Leading Saints Podcast gets over 300,000 listens each month and has nearly 10 million total downloads as part of nonprofit Leading Saints' mission to help latter-day saints be better prepared to lead. Learn more and listen to any of the past episodes for free at LeadingSaints.org. Past guests include Emily Belle Freeman, David Butler, Hank Smith, John Bytheway, Liz Wiseman, Stephen M. R. Covey, Julie Beck, Brad Wilcox, Jody Moore, Tony Overbay, John H. Groberg, Elaine Dalton, Tad R. Callister, J. Devn Cornish, Dennis B. Neuenschwander, Anthony Sweat, John Hilton III, Barbara Morgan Gardner, Blair Hodges, Whitney Johnson, Ryan Gottfredson, Greg McKeown, DeAnna Murphy, Michael Goodman, Richard Ostler, Ganel-Lyn Condie, and many more in over 500 episodes. Discover podcasts, articles, virtual conferences, and live events related to callings such as the bishopric, Relief Society, elders quorum, Primary, youth leadership,

    Pulpit Fiction Podcast
    498: Bible study for Proper 14C (8/7/2022)

    Pulpit Fiction Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 44:32


    NOTES, QUOTES, LINKS, AND COMMENTARY Gospel Reading: Luke 12:32-40 Storing treasure in barns Second Reading:  Isaiah 1:1, 10-20 Isaiah's first oracle TIME STAMPS Gospel Reading 4:33 Second Reading 24:00 GUEST CO-HOST: Melissa Meyers Melissa Meyers is an ordained Elder in the United Methodist Church and has grown up in the Northern Illinois area and attended school in the Midwest.  Freeport She has served appointments in the Northern IL Conference (which most have been Faith United Methodist Churches!)  Melissa is passionate about ministry in the 21st century, connecting generations together, creativity, spending time with her nieces & nephew, and pop culture. It is her not-so-secret desire to have her own reality show someday. You can find her on most social media platforms @pastormelissa.    

    The Bobby Bones Show
    (Thurs Early) Amy Has Breaking News That Will Change Someone's Life + Elder Vs. Millennial + Mailbag: Giving Someone a Second Chance After Standing You Up?

    The Bobby Bones Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 35:19


    Amy reveals some breaking news that came via email that will change a member of the show's life. Eddie and Morgan face off in the battle of generations, Elder vs. Millennial with a new fun element. In the mailbag, a listener wants to know if he should give someone a second chance after she stood him up on a date. She claims she fell asleep and missed the date. Can he give her a second chance?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    The Bobby Bones Show
    (Thurs Early) Bobby Is Going to Change A Show Member's Life + Elder vs. Millennial + New Artist Gray Robinson and How Her Life Changed After Her BBS Debut

    The Bobby Bones Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 35:31


    Someone on the show's life is going to change and they don't even know it yet. Bobby reveals that there may be a new dream opportunity for someone on the show. Eddie and Morgan face off in a heated round of Elder vs. Millennial. New Artist Gray Robinson stops by to talk about getting a deal after being on our show for the first time, getting married since we saw her and performs a new song from her! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.