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The Dive Down
Episode 198: Bromancing the (Power)stones, Part 2

The Dive Down

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 101:53


In this second installment of The Brothers' War spoilers, Dave and Shane lament the lack of Stan this week while chatting the plusses and minuses of 20-ish new cards that just might impact Modern and Pioneer. Is Third Path Iconoclast the new Seasoned Pyromancer? Will Woodcaller Automaton get Karn the Great Creator banned? Is Sarinth Steelseeker the sleeper card of the set? I guess we'll find out. But before all that, we spend some time assessing the Nerd Rage Gaming Team Trios $10k and Pioneer $5k that happened in Fort Wayne this past weekend. The Break Down: Devoted to NRG Fort Wayne The Dive Down: Saga Targets, Wishboard Targets, and More! Become a citizen of The Dive Down Nation!: http://www.patreon.com/thedivedown Check out our sponsor Barrister and Mann! https://www.barristerandmann.com/ Use code THEDIVEDOWN15 for 15% off your first order of some incredible fragrances, soaps, beard oils, and more. Get 10% off your first 2 months of ManaTraders! https://www.manatraders.com/?medium=thedivedown and use code THEDIVEDOWN15 And now receive 8% off your order of paper cards from Nerd Rage Gaming with code "DIVE8" at https://www.nerdragegaming.com/ Timestamps: 5:09 - Housekeeping 7:35 - The Break Down: NRG Fort Wayne 10:45 - The Team Trios top 8 20:38 - The Pioneer $5k 35:55 - Get Lavender-y 38:55 - The Dive Down: We continue to BROmance 40:13 - Haywire Mite 41:52 - Mishra's Research Desk 43:23 - Combat Courier 44:10 - Calamity's Wake 45:39 - Brotherhood's End 47:37 - Audacity 49:00 - Forging the Anchor 50:20 - Hostile Negotiations 52:42 - Diabolic Intent 57:17 - Arcane Proxy 59:40 - Third Path Iconoclast 1:03:38 - Obliterating Bolt 1:06:00 - Woodcaller Automaton 1:10:04 - Cityscape Leveler 1:13:16 - Rootwire Amalgam 1:16:02 - Arms Race 1:18:30 - Bladecoil Serpent 1:21:42 - No One Left Behind/Recomission 1:24:55 - Zephyr Sentinel 1:27:25 - Skystrike Officer 1:28:48 - Sarinth Steelseeker 1:30:39 - The most impactful cards of BRO 1:36:00 - We play the pre-order price game 1:38:43 - Closing out Links from this week's episode: NRG Fort Wayne Team Trios: https://mtgmelee.com/Tournament/View/11717 NRG Fort Wayne Pioneer $5k: https://mtgmelee.com/Tournament/View/11718 Our opening music is Nowhere - You Never Knew, and our closing music is Space Blood - Goro? Is That Your Christian Name? This week's ending music credit: Blue Wednesday - Middle School https://chll.to/f6dcacd3 email us: thedivedown@gmail.com (mailto:thedivedown@gmail.com) twitter: https://twitter.com/thedivedown

Changing the Rules
E: 125 Fun Facts about the USA, Guest Carol Patton

Changing the Rules

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 27:24


Carol Patton's Website:  https://adventuresofmo.com/Transcription:Intro  00:03Welcome to Changing the Rules, a weekly podcast about people who are living their best lives and advice on how you can achieve that too. Join us with your lively host, Ray Lowe, better known as the luckiest guy in the world.Ray Loewe00:17Welcome to the luckiest guy in the world podcast called Changing the Rules. We're sitting here today in our brand new podcast studio in Willow Street, Pennsylvania. We have a revisiting guest, we have Carol Patton, who was a freelance writer all of her life. We're going to get to her in a minute, and she's going to talk about her project that she's working on. But we're going to do something else today. We have Luke Cagno sitting at our board and we just decided that we're going to pull him into the podcast today because Carol is going to ask me a bunch of questions I don't know the answer to. And I don't want to feel stupid all alone. So welcome, Luke. And Carol Patton out in Las Vegas, how's the weather out there today?Carol Patton00:59It is beautiful. No more wind like it was yesterday. Thanks for having me.Ray Loewe01:16Okay. So first of all, let me say that Carol was a freelance writer for most of her life, and she changed, kind of as the industry changed, and she picked up a project that is immersing her in life right now. And let me remind you, if you want to know more about Carol, she was on one of our earlier episodes. If you go through our files, it happens to be Episode 84, and she was on in September of 2021. So, Carol, we're all a year older now, and maybe wiser, maybe not. So say hello to everybody.Carol Patton01:54Good morning, everyone. Or I should say good afternoon, depending where you are in the country. It is a pleasure to be here, we are going to have lots of fun today.Ray Loewe02:02Cool. So the MO project is what life is all about for you right now. And you know, you're so lucky to have a project like this because I don't think people have a project that can drive them and can be as interesting as this one has turned out to be. So give us a quick synopsis of what the MO project is all about and what you're trying to do.Carol Patton02:27Sure, many years ago, I started writing a children's story about a dog and a bird that finds a key attached to a key chain that says Florida, they don't know where Florida is. So they travel on top of a delivery truck without the driver's knowledge to every single state in the country, and they learn things about every state. And the story teaches them a little bit of geography, history, cardinal directions, but most importantly, it's fun. And how this project started was it sort of took on a life of its own, because I started discovering so many fun facts and interesting things about every state. But I could not cram them into each chapter. So I started expanding the book, which is called The Adventures of Mo. And now it's a project, it has many legs and arms and attenae. And so now I've written state blogs, more than 20 so far, with all of these interesting facts and bits of trivia that people might be interested in learning about.Ray Loewe03:33Now, before we go into the actual triviality stuff over here, this project has taken you into a whole different lifespan, because you go out now and you talk to kids in schools, right?Carol Patton03:46Yes, I've done over 16 presentations so far.Ray Loewe03:50And your goal here is to get kids interested in learning about the United States and about life. And what else?Carol Patton03:59Well, I want to get them first interested in reading and writing. Many kids, you know, second or third graders, they find it boring, they'd rather be playing a video game or outside. So what I do is I talk to them about how writing and reading can be fun. And I use The Adventures of Mo as an example, I do a guided imagery of one of the chapters, and they have a lot of fun, it's very interactive, and that sort of gives them a sense that writing is not just writing your ABCs. It's not boring, it can be a lot of fun. So that presentation seems to go well in elementary schools and for your listeners, if anybody wants to use me as a speaker, it's free. Just contact me and I'd be happy to do it over Zoom.Ray Loewe04:46We will give everybody your website so that they can find you at the end of this thing. But you know, as we've been talking over the last year, I started thinking about some of the stuff that you're doing and I used to go out and give a lot of presentations as an adult. And I just started thinking, wow, when you go into a different state, it's really helpful if you can talk about the city or the state that you're in and give some facts that you learned, it kind of breaks the ice. And all of a sudden, I found out, wow, you've got a resource here, for adults who do this kind of thing. And then the other side of that is, grandchildren come into play. When you're a grandparent, and you're trying to bond with your grandchildren, wouldn't it be great to have some fun things to talk about at the beginning of a conversation? Or even better if you're taking a road trip with your grandchildren, to be able to talk a little bit about some of the things that we're going to see and we're going to find out, and so that's the background. So let's start here because we've got tons of these things and we're going to ask me some questions that I'm not going to be able to answer. That's why Luke's here, so I don't feel so bad. So do you want to start with what adults might do with this thing?Carol Patton06:11Yeah, I picked two states. One state was really interesting trivia that may be more appealing for adults. And the second state the trivia may be more appealing for kids. But you can go on the website, and you can decide for yourself because obviously, it just depends on the age and your interest level. So okay, Luke, and Ray, tell me what state does this happen in. There's a small town that is called Earth. It's probably the only place on this planet that is named Earth. Do you know the state?ay Loewe06:46I have no idea. Luke, you got anything?Luke Cagno06:48I can't remember if we talked about this earlier or not. But I can't remember. I think it was Idaho.Ray Loewe06:57No, it's got to be a southern state because only southerners would think this way. Right? Okay, so give us the answer.Carol Patton07:03Okay, well, these three trivia are all from the same state. So let me give you the other two and then I'll give you the answer. According to state law, all thieves must give authorities a 24-hour oral or written notice of their intended crime before committing it. Apparently, this was supposed to help reduce theft. And apparently, you've got to comply with the law before you break it. That's the second stat.Ray Loewe07:30All right. Give us number three.Carol Patton07:33Number three, in 2014, there was a small town that voted to reschedule Halloween to October 30th because Halloween conflicted with the local high school Friday night football game.Luke Cagno07:51This all sounds like something Texas would do. Is it Texas?Ray Loewe07:57We know you cheated because we know you got the answer earlier but you sound good now anyway. Okay, so if I were going to Texas and I wanted to give a speech and I wanted some fun facts, how would I find these on your website?Carol Patton08:10Well, you go to the website and go to the footer or the bottom of the website on any of the pages, and there's a footer it says blog, just click on that. Right now 20 State blogs reposted, 30 are completed, we post one week. And I will complete all 50 states, I just haven't done it yet. But you can at least get a lot of rich content on about 20 states right now.Ray Loewe08:36Okay, have you got it got any other examples of things that I as an adult would want to know?Carol Patton08:42Yeah, you've got to hear this. Do you want me to tell you the state? Because the story is overwhelming.Ray Loewe08:49Yeah, so tell us the state and tell us the overwhelming story.Carol Patton08:52Okay, this happened in Idaho in 1914. There was a six-year-old girl named Mae, and she was actually mailed from her hometown to where her grandparents lived. And back then, it took many hours by car to drive there. Her parents wanted to send their daughter to visit her grandparents but the train fare was too expensive. However, they discovered that they could mail a package up to 50 pounds for just 53 cents. And guess what. Mae only weighed 45 pounds. So her parents got creative, and they purchased 53 cents in stamps, attached them to her coat and they mailed her and apparently, the post office had to honor that. She traveled the entire distance. It was from Grangeville to Lewiston in Idaho. And she traveled that distance in the trains mail car, and she was safely delivered to her grandmother's home by the mail clerk on duty. So I guess this maybe the first and last time a person was actually mailed, I don't know.Ray Loewe10:03I've got two comments on that. Where does child abuse fit in here? Although she was delivered first class, and you know, maybe it wasn't. And then the second thing is trying to figure out what the post office would do today. Do you ever track a package and find out it starts in Idaho, goes to Cleveland, and then someplace in Florida before comes back to Idaho again? Carol Patton10:26Yes, but you know, at least she was the only person in the truck at the time. She wasn't crammed in a seat like you are in airplanes. So she may have had a more comfortable ride, I don't know.Ray Loewe10:37Where do you find this stuff?Carol Patton10:41It's all out there. It's all out there on the internet. I do a lot of research. As a journalist, I'm used to doing research, so I know how to conduct it. But you just contact a variety of sites, you look under state facts, tourism, kids facts, there's a lot of websites that focus on that. And there's probably 10 sites that I traditionally go to, just to see what they have, and then see what else is out there. So this is how I find it. You know, it can be a couple hours worth of work easily. But it's fun.Ray Loewe11:13But you've got it now on your website, under a State blog, and I can find it. Okay, so let's take a different scenario here. Suppose I'm a grandparent, and I'm going on a road trip with my grandchildren. Pick a state that maybe we're going to go to and how do we get our grandchildren fascinated, motivated, and amused about where we're going?Carol Patton11:39Sure. I'm sure grandparents and parents are tired of hearing are we there yet? Right? You hear that 1000 times. And I know a lot of parents play the license plate game, how many cars have different license plates? Well, here's another game you can play in the car and your kids can actually learn a lot. For instance, I'll give you the kids state that I chose. This state has a city called Santa Claus. And every holiday it receives over half a million letters at Christmas time. You know, the city says that it responds to each letter, doesn't necessarily honor the request, but what state is the city in? A kid, I think, would be interested in hearing that. The same state also has a park called Wolf Park. If you make a donation to this park, you can get kissed by a friendly wolf. Parents may not be so enthusiastic about that, but the kids would be. And I know a lot of kids play baseball. Where was the first pro baseball game played? It was played in this state all the way back in 1871. So those are the kinds of things that the website has, the kinds of trivia, some are for adults and some are for kids. But you learn and have fun all at the same time. So do you know what state that was in? All three of those?Luke Cagno12:56It's got to be in New York, right?Carol Patton12:58Nope, 49 more to go.Ray Loewe13:02Yeah, I have no idea. So tell us because I don't have time to go online right at the moment and find the answer.Carol Patton13:10Indiana. They have Santa Claus, Indiana Wolf Park is in Indiana and again, the first pro baseball game was played in Fort Wayne, Indiana on May 4, 1871.Ray Loewe13:24Okay, let me reverse this a little bit. And one of the things in prepping for this is you did send me a list of these fun facts. And let me just read one and you can comment about how it fits into the whole thing. So you had one down here. Speaking of adventures, have you ever heard of a Bronco Charlie? So tell us about Bronco, Charlie.Carol Patton13:52It's the Pony Express. Kids learn about the Pony Express, I think in third grade, if I'm not mistaken, but they know all about it, when I go and do the presentations they know. And this is one of the presentations with guided imagery. I say close your eyes, imagine you're on horseback. There's no cell phone, there's no hotels, no TV, no road signs. And you've got to travel a full day as fast as you can to deliver this mail. And so we get into that what would it feel like? Would you be afraid? It could be raining, it could be snowing, it wouldn't matter. You could be really hot. And so they really get into this. And Bronco Charlie was the youngest Pony Express rider. So I asked them how old he was. And I'll get responses anywhere from 2 years old to 82 years old. But Bronco Charlie, I'm gonna say he's 11 and a half. He was 11 and a half because some websites said he was a 11, others say he was 12 so we'll split the difference. So he was 11 and a half. So they love learning about that stuff. And you can make it fun. It's fun for parents and fun for adults.Ray Loewe 14:59Okay, Here's another one that you put on your list. Every summer, 550 glass balls are hidden on a US island for tourists to find and keep. What's the name of that island and where is it? And if you don't know, I have the answer here that you fed me earlier.Carol Patton15:20Yes, it's Block Island in Rhode Island. And there's an artisan community there, they make these beautiful glass balls, and they hide them all over the island. And they're numbered. So when you find them, they ask you to report the one so they can check the number off and you get to keep them. So one of the stories is about dogs on a hunt to find these glass balls. So, you know, I know some people who've been to Rhode Island, they've never even heard of this. So I'm finding things that are some of them are common, some of them are not. Can I say the one about Michigan, Ray?Ray Loewe15:59Sure. Carol Patton16:01Okay. Michigan is the only one in the world that has a floating post office. It's located on the Detroit River, and it's called the J. W. Westcott. I think it's the second. And it's the only boat in the world that delivers not only mail, but packages, and also pizza to crew members stationed on ships that are traveling on the river. The boat is an official Postal Service mailboat, it even has its own zip code. It started doing this since 1952.Ray Loewe16:37So do you have to put stamps on the pizza?Carol Patton16:41You know, all I can say is I think Uber and DoorDash are in trouble. I don't know.Ray Loewe16:46All right. So we're not going to go through all of these because we want them to go to your website and look because that's where you can really get into this. But which state elected the first female or woman to Congress? And I have the answer so you don't have to look it up.Carol Patton17:07Well, I have the answer too, but that I'm going to leave that up to you to say the answer.Ray Loewe17:11All right, because Luke's not going to know this one. It's Montana.Luke Cagno17:14I was going to say Ohio. Ray Loewe17:15Well, Ohio is known for a lot of things in here. Did you have any of these that you picked up when you were cheating and looking at the list?Luke Cagno17:23No, I didn't get a chance to read them all.Ray Loewe17:25Okay, well, that's good. So that way you don't cut into my time over here. Carol Patton17:30What about Wyoming? You got that one? Ray Loewe17:35No, but go ahead.Carol Patton17:37Which state had, well we know it's Wyoming now, but which state has a dirt landing strip reserved for people from Jupiter? It's called the Greater Green River Intergalactic Spaceport. Luke Cagno17:51Has it been used? Carol Patton17:54If it has, nobody's telling us.Ray Loewe17:57You're kidding me? Carol Patton18:00I am not kidding you. I'm not kidding you. So they actually have a dirt landing strip. And I think people from Jupiter, I think they're called Jovians, I'm not sure, I could be mispronouncing that. Luke Cagno18:11I think that's right.Ray Loewe18:13Okay, so just a quick rundown of a couple others that are here. Which state invented 911? And I know the answer to that is Nebraska. Last place in the world I would have expected this to happen. And one other one from here. The state nicknamed the mother of presidents. I kind of knew this one because I grew up there. But Ohio, and it's because there are so many presidents that started their life there. So what are some of the creative things that we can do with this? We can teach kids fun things about history and about learning and about doing research.Carol Patton18:59Yes. This is a great resource for teachers, they can even play a form of Jeopardy in the classroom by using these trivia questions. They can do extra credit on exams. Teachers can be really creative with this stuff, that's just an example of some things they can do. And even sitting around the dinner table with parents and your kids. You know, if the conversation gets a little stale, you can mention any of these and it launches into a wonderful conversation.Ray Loewe19:30I can see this now. We're having pizza with our grandchildren. So which floating post office delivered this? Carol Patton19:38Exactly.Ray Loewe19:39I'll tell you I really got I got a kick out of this postage thing. I had been to Hawaii and I know you can mail a coconut from Hawaii to anywhere by putting a stamp on it, and you actually write the message on the coconut. But mailing your daughter or granddaughter I think that's a little much. All right, you got any others in here that will amuse us and enlighten us and fascinate and motivate us?Carol Patton20:04Yes. This city's name was decided by a coin toss. If I say the city, you'll know the state. So I'll give you the city in the state. It was Portland, Oregon. Okay. So it had the coin landed on the other side, what would Portland have been called?Ray Loewe20:28No idea.Carol Patton20:31Boston.Luke Cagno20:37So then what would Boston have been called? Ray Loewe20:40I guess it would have been Boston, Massachusetts versus Boston, Oregon. All right, we only have a couple minutes. And we're going to sum up because we want to let people go and look for this. So first of all, give us the website that they're gonna go to again.Carol Patton20:57It's Adventuresofmo.com. And then if you want to look at this trivia, scroll all the way down to the bottom to the footer, and you'll see blogs and just click on that. And 20 blogs are there already. Ray Loewe21:14All right. Give us a couple more of some of the more diverse things over here so we can leave people with examples. And then we'll sign off leaving people wanting.Carol Patton21:25Okay, where did the country's first train robbery occur?Ray Loewe21:31All right, Luke, this is up your alley, go ahead.Luke Cagno21:35The first train robbery in the country occurred in Indiana.Carol Patton21:41How did you know that? Were you related to the robbers or something?Ray Loewe21:46Yeah, it's right. So is that where Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid were or is it somebody else that pulled this off?Carol Patton21:53It's somebody else. I think they were called the Reno brothers. And when I heard that, I thought they were from Nevada, because of Reno, Nevada, but they weren't. And  they stole something like the equivalent of today, a quarter of a million dollars, something like that. So it was a lot of money. Oh, here's one for the musicians out there. The last time the liberty bell rang was more than 150 years ago. What musical notes did the bell strike when it rang?Ray Loewe22:22All right, Luke is a guitarist, I'm non-musical here. I bet you have no idea what this is. Luke Cagno22:29I read the start of it, but I didn't get to the end of it. I'm gonna guess it's probably an A.Carol Patton22:42No, E-flat. E-flat.Ray Loewe22:44Now, who decided this? Was the bell made to do this or was this just what happened?Carol Patton22:51I think it's just what happened. I have no idea who decided to make it an E-flat sound or ringing in terms of an E-flat. But let's see if I have any others. Okay, in the 1800s, dozens of shipwrecks happened between Alaska and a chain of US islands. Can you guess the name of these islands?Ray Loewe23:17Hawaii.Luke Cagno23:18What islands are there around Alaska?Ray Loewe23:21Well, I don't know there's Hawaiian Islands and there's the Marshall Islands. And I don't know what else.Carol Patton23:29Ever hear of Devil's Peace islands off of California's coast? That's where they are, between California and Alaska. Dozens of shipwrecks happen. I think they're called Farallon Islands too if I'm pronouncing it correctly.Ray Loewe23:42You know, there was one other one on here that I thought was interesting. And that had to do with there is a state that if you stand anywhere in the state, you're within 85 miles of one of the Great Lakes.Carol Patton23:57Yes. Anywhere you stand in the state. And that's my home state.Ray Loewe24:02Well, it makes sense if you look at a map, and I think this is what you're trying to do is get kids to look at a map. Because when you look at the state of Michigan, you got all the Great Lakes around. So it's got to be Michigan, right? Carol Patton24:14Exactly.Ray Loewe24:15All right. We're nearing the end over here, give us two or three quick in succession, and then we're going to leave people to do the research on their own.Carol Patton24:25Okay, I'll give you two more only and they can be good for kids or adults. Only one state capital has three words. Which state? Only one state has one syllable, which state? And let's see what else. Which state had the most men sign up to fight in the Civil War? Like I said, I have tons of these. And how many of you know the names of the four US presidents whose faces are carved into Mount Rushmore? Not everybody knows that.Ray Loewe25:01All right, let me guess at that. It's Roosevelt, Washington, Jefferson, and Lincoln.Carol Patton25:06Okay, you get the prize. Ray Loewe25:09Well, I've been there. But you're right, you wouldn't really know that. Okay, so kind of let's recap, because we can go on and do these for a long time. And, and one of the reasons I knew Carol could do this is we meet for virtual cocktails every Thursday afternoon, and Carol comes up here, and we will not let her escape the afternoon without giving us a few of these. We call them factoids instead of fun facts on the air and she always amuses us with these. But again, let's just kind of recap about the purpose of The Adventures of Mo. It is to get kids engaged in reading, writing, learning, right?Carol Patton25:54Learning about the country, the amazing history, and geography of this country.Ray Loewe25:59Okay. And anything else you want to say before we sign off?Carol Patton26:04Just try a chapter. Or if you don't, go on and look at one of the blogs, because the blogs have a lot of information about history, about fun stuff. It could be anything. Ghost stories,  for instance, and I can't I'll be the one without the answer. What state has the most registered ghost towns in the country? You'd be surprised. I'm not gonna give you the answer.Ray Loewe26:30All right. We're leaving that wanting. So, Carol Patton, thanks so much for being with us again. As you do more research and you get more of these fun facts, we're going to have you back again, just because the world needs to know these things. All right. Carol Patton26:47Absolutely. Thanks. That was fun. Ray Loewe26:48Okay. So the adventures of Mo, we'll write this out in our notes so that you can find the website. And Carol, thanks so much for being with us on Changing the Rules again, and Luke, sign us off, please.Outro  27:04Thank you for listening to Changing the rules. Join us next week for more conversation, our special guest and to hear more from the luckiest guy in the world.

Dark Side of Wikipedia | True Crime & Dark History
22-year-old man killed and dismembered a sexual partner | Daily Brief

Dark Side of Wikipedia | True Crime & Dark History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 3:50


A 22-year-old man killed and dismembered a sexual partner in 2021. A jury found Mathew Cramer guilty of murder, corpse abuse, and evading law enforcement in the death of Shane Nguyen, 55. Jury recommended life without parole. 28-November sentencing for Cramer. Jacob Carreon-Hamilton, Cramer's accomplice, was sentenced to five years for helping dismember Nguyen, WANE reports. Fort Wayne police reported Nguyen missing April 24, 2021. He was seen leaving Allen County Memorial Coliseum in a black Honda Odyssey minivan the day before.If you like TRUE CRIME TODAY - Be sure to search and subscribe wherever you download podcasts! Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/true-crime-today-a-true-crime-podcast/id1504280230?uo=4 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/0GYshi6nJCf3O0aKEBTOPs Stitcher http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/real-ghost-stories-online-2/dark-side-of-wikipedia-true-crime-disturbing-stories iHeart https://www.iheart.com/podcast/270-Dark-Side-of-Wikipedia-Tru-60800715 Amazon https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/565dc51b-d214-4fab-b38b-ae7c723cb79a/Dark-Side-of-Wikipedia-True-Crime-Dark-History Google Podcasts https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hdWRpb2Jvb20uY29tL2NoYW5uZWxzLzUwMDEyNjAucnNz Or Search "True Crime Today" for the best in True Crime ANYWHERE you get podcasts! Support the show at http://www.patreon.com/truecrimetoday

Love Fort Wayne Podcast
Love Our Schools | Corey and Cameron Smith

Love Fort Wayne Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 46:38


Corey and Cameron Smith are local leaders and brothers that are not just loving our schools but paving a new path in Southeast Fort Wayne.  Listen in as we hear their story and how they are loving families through education in Fort Wayne.Plus listen in for an exciting announcement from LoveFortWayne!

Andy In The Morning - Majic 95.1
How Kat Picks Her Lottery Numbers & The Fort Wayne Manure Smell!

Andy In The Morning - Majic 95.1

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 21:09


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Redemption Church Fort Wayne
He Still Loves Me

Redemption Church Fort Wayne

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 41:00


We continue our exploration of the Parable of the Prodigal Son. We take a closer look at the father, his attributes, and his desires. Support the show

The Word for Everyday Disciples with Dave DeSelm

For many, this is a tough passage because Paul is discussing a topic that, understandably, hits a raw nerve: slavery.  Some might even go so far as to dismiss these verses as being short-sighted if not bigoted.  But to draw that conclusion would be to make a mistake and to miss the apostle's point.  Paul's purpose was not to offer a commentary on changing the social structures of that day but to give instruction on how believers were to live in the structures in which they found themselves.  In Ephesians, Paul was writing to a church in which there were slaves and masters who lived under the same roof.  Those who had much power worshiped next to those who had little to no power.What can we take away from Paul's words to those believers?  One place of parallel for us today would be the marketplace where there are unique issues between those who have much power and those who have little power. Employees and employers. Teachers and principals. Union and management. Call them “Working Relationships.”As we do, we must consider our ultimate model when it comes to workplace ethics: Jesus. Before He began his itinerate ministry, Jesus was a tecton – a craftsman. As such he would have been an employee, and likely a supervisor. How would Jesus have acted as an employee?  How would He have handled Himself as an employer? I believe Jesus would have been… morally distinctive    relationally gracious and professionally excellent.As followers of Jesus, EMPLOYEES should show these distinctive behaviors in their working relationships: respecthonorsincerityThese behaviors come from a distinctive motive: “As if you were serving the Lord.” (v. 5)When it comes to EMPLOYERS, the role may be different, but the behaviors are not.  They too must show:respecthonorsincerityWhat is the distinctive motive to be that sort of a boss?“He (God) is both their Master and yours.” (v. 9)The key to working relationships is a deep-seated conviction that Jesus is not only our model but our Master. He is the one who we work for.  And He should be the one we want to please when on the job. Text: Ephesians 6:5-9Originally recorded on July 3, 2016, at Fellowship Missionary Church, Fort Wayne, IN. 

The College Basketball Experience
Purdue Boiler Makers Basketball Season Preview 2022-2023 (Ep. 212)

The College Basketball Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 27:15


The College Basketball Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews the upcoming basketball season for the Purdue Boiler Makers. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) and Ryan McIntyre (@Moneyline_Mac) break down the Purdue roster and highlight what they did in recruiting and the transfer portal this offseason. Can Matt Painter and the Boiler Makers contend for another Big Ten title? OUTGOING 6'3 G Jaden Ivey (17 pts, 5 reb, 3 ast) 6'10 F Trevion Williams (12 pts, 7 reb, 3 ast) 6'5 G Sasha Stefanovic (10 pts, 3 reb, 3 ast) 6'4 G Eric Hunter (6 pts, 2 reb, 2 ast) INCOMING 6'1 G David Jenkins Jr. (Transfer from Utah - 9 pts, 2 reb, 40% 3pt) 6'5 G Fletcher Loyer (Freshman from Fort Wayne, IN - Ranked #94) 6'0 G Braden Smith (Freshman from Westfield, IN - Ranked #196) 6'6 F Camden Heide (Freshman from Wayzata, MN - Ranked #132) 7'2 C Will Berg (Freshman from Sweden - Not Ranked) Projected Roster Starting 5 1 – 6'0 FR. Braden Smith (Freshman from Westfield, IN - Ranked #196) 2 – 6'1 SR. David Jenkins Jr. (Transfer from Utah - 9 pts, 2 reb, 40% 3pt) 3 – 6'6 JR. Ethan Morton (3 pts, 44% 3pt) 4 – 6'6 JR. Mason Gillis (7 pts, 5 reb, 41% 3pt) 5 – 7'4 C Zach Edey (14 pts, 8 reb) Preseason Tournament: Phil Knight Legacy (November 24th – 27th – Portland, OR) Open with West Virginia. The rest of the field includes Gonzaga, Portland St, Duke, Oregon St, Xavier, & Florida. Rest of Non-Conference Schedule: November 8th - Milwaukee November 11th – Austin Peay November 15th – Marquette (Gavitt Tipoff) November 30th – at Florida State (ACC / Big Ten Challenge) December 7th – Hofstra December 17th – vs Davidson (Indy Classic in Indianapolis, IN) December 21st – New Orleans December 29th - Florida A&M SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app WynnBET - Bet $100 and get a $100 FREE bet! - https://sg.pn/WynnBET Support for this episode - OddsTrader.com/bluewire | Fubo.tv/sgp  Follow The College Experience & SGPN On Social Media Twitter - https://twitter.com/TCEonSGPN Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/gamblingpodcast Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/sportsgamblingpodcast TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@gamblingpodcast Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/sportsgamblingpodcast   Follow The Hosts On Social Media Colby Dant - http://www.twitter.com/thecolbyd Patty C - https://twitter.com/PattyC831 NC Nick - https://twitter.com/NC__NicK   Watch the Sports Gambling Podcast YouTube - https://www.sg.pn/YouTube Twitch - https://www.sg.pn/Twitch   Read & Discuss - Join the conversation Website - https://www.sportsgamblingpodcast.com Discord - https://sg.pn/discord Reddit - https://www.sg.pn/reddit   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Sports Gambling Podcast Network
Purdue Boiler Makers Basketball Season Preview 2022-2023 | The College Basketball Experience (Ep. 212)

Sports Gambling Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 27:15


The College Basketball Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews the upcoming basketball season for the Purdue Boiler Makers. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) and Ryan McIntyre (@Moneyline_Mac) break down the Purdue roster and highlight what they did in recruiting and the transfer portal this offseason. Can Matt Painter and the Boiler Makers contend for another Big Ten title? OUTGOING 6'3 G Jaden Ivey (17 pts, 5 reb, 3 ast) 6'10 F Trevion Williams (12 pts, 7 reb, 3 ast) 6'5 G Sasha Stefanovic (10 pts, 3 reb, 3 ast) 6'4 G Eric Hunter (6 pts, 2 reb, 2 ast) INCOMING 6'1 G David Jenkins Jr. (Transfer from Utah - 9 pts, 2 reb, 40% 3pt) 6'5 G Fletcher Loyer (Freshman from Fort Wayne, IN - Ranked #94) 6'0 G Braden Smith (Freshman from Westfield, IN - Ranked #196) 6'6 F Camden Heide (Freshman from Wayzata, MN - Ranked #132) 7'2 C Will Berg (Freshman from Sweden - Not Ranked) Projected Roster Starting 5 1 – 6'0 FR. Braden Smith (Freshman from Westfield, IN - Ranked #196) 2 – 6'1 SR. David Jenkins Jr. (Transfer from Utah - 9 pts, 2 reb, 40% 3pt) 3 – 6'6 JR. Ethan Morton (3 pts, 44% 3pt) 4 – 6'6 JR. Mason Gillis (7 pts, 5 reb, 41% 3pt) 5 – 7'4 C Zach Edey (14 pts, 8 reb) Preseason Tournament: Phil Knight Legacy (November 24th – 27th – Portland, OR) Open with West Virginia. The rest of the field includes Gonzaga, Portland St, Duke, Oregon St, Xavier, & Florida. Rest of Non-Conference Schedule: November 8th - Milwaukee November 11th – Austin Peay November 15th – Marquette (Gavitt Tipoff) November 30th – at Florida State (ACC / Big Ten Challenge) December 7th – Hofstra December 17th – vs Davidson (Indy Classic in Indianapolis, IN) December 21st – New Orleans December 29th - Florida A&M SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app WynnBET - Bet $100 and get a $100 FREE bet! - https://sg.pn/WynnBET Support for this episode - OddsTrader.com/bluewire | Fubo.tv/sgp  Follow The College Experience & SGPN On Social Media Twitter - https://twitter.com/TCEonSGPN Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/gamblingpodcast Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/sportsgamblingpodcast TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@gamblingpodcast Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/sportsgamblingpodcast   Follow The Hosts On Social Media Colby Dant - http://www.twitter.com/thecolbyd Patty C - https://twitter.com/PattyC831 NC Nick - https://twitter.com/NC__NicK   Watch the Sports Gambling Podcast YouTube - https://www.sg.pn/YouTube Twitch - https://www.sg.pn/Twitch   Read & Discuss - Join the conversation Website - https://www.sportsgamblingpodcast.com Discord - https://sg.pn/discord Reddit - https://www.sg.pn/reddit   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Sports Rush with Brett Rump
Hour 2: Kyle Neddenreip / Eric Dutkievicz

Sports Rush with Brett Rump

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 42:59


Kyle Neddenreip from IndyStar joins the Sports Rush to talk about some of the Indianapolis area schools that are doing well in the State Sectional Championships in Football, and discusses the rivalry that exists between the Fort Wayne area high schools and in the Indy area. He also previews matchups for this Friday that he is looking forward to. Erick Dutkievicz joins the program as well to give his High School picks for this Friday. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Prophetic Voices: Preaching and Teaching Beloved Community
Advent 2: Preaching Isaiah 11:1-10, Psalm 72:1-7, 18-19, and Matthew 3:1-12

Prophetic Voices: Preaching and Teaching Beloved Community

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 61:42


In this second episode of season 5 of Prophetic Voices: Preaching and Teaching Beloved Community, we speak with Episcopalians committed to the Beloved Community about the texts for Advent 2. The texts covered in this episode are Isaiah 11:1-10, Psalm 72:1-7, 18-19, and Matthew 3:1-12. Our guests this week are:  The Rev. Jazzy Bostock, a kanaka maoli woman serving St. John the Baptist and Maluhia Lutheran Church in Waianae, Hawaii. She and her wife have a small homestead, consisting of raised garden beds, a flock of hens, a hive of bees, a dog, and a cat. They are foster parents, currently awaiting their next placement.  The Rev. Phil Hooper, SMMS, curate at Trinity Episcopal Church, Fort Wayne, in the Diocese of Northern Indiana. Phil has interests in writing and exploring contemplative spirituality. The exceptional Tamara Plummer, a cradle Episcopalian from Brooklyn, N.Y. She serves as a program officer in the U.S. Disaster Program at Episcopal Relief & Development, where she leads the Episcopal Asset Map project and hosts the podcast Pursuing Call. Prophetic Voices is hosted by the Rev. Isaiah “Shaneequa” Brokenleg, The Episcopal Church's staff officer for Racial Reconciliation. For more information on Becoming Beloved Community, visit iam.ec/becomingbelovedcommunity.

The Word for Everyday Disciples with Dave DeSelm

A wise walk on a macro level is a function of regularly making right decisions on a micro level.There's not one of us who has not and who will not face many decisions.  That's not the issue.  The issue is, “How do we make good decisions?”   1.     Walking wisely is a function of seeking the mind of God.2.     Walking wisely is a function of engaging with wise people.3.     Walking wisely is a function of asking the right question. That question, quite simply is this: “Is it wise?”You can ask that question in three different ways – each of which will help you with the choices you have to make.  Here's the first:1.     In light of my past experience, what is the wise thing to do?You cannot escape the fact that you are a product of your past. As a result, your past experiences predispose you toward specific weaknesses and strengths in every area – from finances to relationships to habits, etc. Consequently, what's safe for some folks may not be safe for you.  The right question often isn't, “Could I do this?” But “should I do this?”2.     In light of my current circumstances, what is the wise thing to do?Life is seasonal.  What's wise in one season of life may be unwise in the next – and vice versa.   3.     In light of my future dreams, what is the wise thing to do? What do you envision for yourself in ten years - physically, financially, professionally, maritally, parentally, or spiritually? We all have hopes and dreams. But the fact is most people's hopes and dreams don't come true.  And while it is true that the twists and turns of life can reshape our future, the primary reason why people are robbed of their dreams is we make decisions in the present moment with no thought of how those decisions will impact our future.  If in fact you will one day face Him and have to give an account of your life to Him...what would be the wise thing to do now?  Wouldn't it be to get to know Him and to come into relationship with Him?  Wouldn't it be to walk through this life with Him and know His wisdom?   Want to hear more on this topic? Check out the series, “Decision-Making 101.”Note – The book “The Best Question Ever” by Andy Stanley served as a major resource for Dave's study.  Text: Ephesians 5:15-17Originally recorded on June 12, 2016, at Fellowship Missionary Church, Fort Wayne, IN. 

Concord Matters from KFUO Radio
Luther's Small Catechism: 9th and 10th Commandments. I want more!

Concord Matters from KFUO Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 54:51


What do you covet? What do you want more? What makes you discontented? Luther separates makes a distinction of our coveting with possessions and people, which reminds us how coveting sneaks into our hearts so quickly. This discontentment leads us to despair as coveting surrounds us every moment, but in Christ we are grounded in the contentment that He has paid everything for me. “Lord give us content hearts. Amen” Rev. Dennis McFadden, pastor of Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Fort Wayne, IN joins Rev. Brady Finnern to study the 9th and 10th commandments. Find your copy of the Book of Concord - Concordia Reader's Edition at cph.org or read online at bookofconcord.org. Study the Lutheran Confession of Faith found in the Book of Concord with lively discussions led by host Rev. Brady Finnern, President of the LCMS Minnesota North District, and guest LCMS pastors. Join us as these Christ-confessing Concordians read through and discuss our Lutheran doctrine in the Book of Concord in order to gain a deeper understanding of our Lutheran faith and practical application for our vocations.

Friends For Life — LCMS Life Ministry
39. Life under the Cross | Rev. Robert Zagore

Friends For Life — LCMS Life Ministry

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 45:33


What does it mean to be a “theologian of the cross?” Martin Luther gave the Church this language to rightly confess the paradox of Christ's revelation of Himself in suffering. As part of a lengthy disputation, he wrote that “we apprehend the things of God not in glory, but in the suffering and death of Jesus.” So what does this mean? How does this affect the way Lutherans approach life issues? And finally, what does this mean for our vocations? Join Steph, Tiffany, and special guest Pastor Robert Zagore for another episode of “The Floor is Yours” as they put legs on this rich aspect of our Lutheran theology. Bio: Rev. Robert Zagore received his Master of Divinity in 1990 from Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Ind., and completed additional coursework toward a Master of Sacred Theology, also from the seminary. He holds a bachelor's degree in accounting from Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, Ind. Before becoming a pastor, Zagore worked as an accounting consultant for Cleveland Business Consulting Services. Zagore grew up in a blue-collar, immigrant Cleveland neighborhood and has served as a pastor for over 30 years in small, medium and large congregations, both urban and rural, and in the LCMS Office of National Mission. He and his wife, Gwen, have been married for 32 years and have four adult children. Learn about LCMS Life Ministry at lcms.org/life, and email us at friendsforlife@lcms.org. Not all the views expressed are necessarily those of the LCMS; please discuss any questions with your pastor.

The Tony & Dakota Podcast
General Contractor and Owner of 100 Units Sasha Aurand TT&DPC EP 50

The Tony & Dakota Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 65:28


Tony and Dakota interview their local real estate peer Sasha Aurand. Sasha splits her business life between buying and managing multifamily property at Polpo Group Real Estate and planning and bidding jobs as a General Contractor at PG Construction LLC Sasha explained how she was raised by her single mother in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Sasha got her degree at Indiana University in Bloomington and then lived in New York and Miami before returning to Fort Wayne, Indiana. Sasha talked about how she got started in real estate investing and some of the early struggles as well as the stigma of being a woman in the space. Sasha, Tony, and Dakota talked about relationships, mental health, cyber bullying, politics, and the stigma around being a landlord. This was a quality podcast with some great, passionate moments. Check it out! ________________________________________________________________________   LINKTREE TO ALL LINKS: https://www.linktr.ee/tonyanddakota   INVEST with US! http://tiny.cc/investwithltd   Buy our Course on Flipping Houses! http://tiny.cc/tonyanddakotaflipcourse   The BEST Real Estate CRM: http://www.resimpli.com/tonyanddakota   Join the Same Mastermind We Are In and Accelerate Your Success! https://share.hsforms.com/1emqK_6pIRcKayQS6pFzczAcr733   Get Up To $250,000 @ 0% APR Business Credit for $3,995 https://www.fundandgrow.com/ltdpgmanagement/   Lists of Books and Products We Recommend: https://www.amazon.com/shop/ltdpropertygroup   Have a House YOU Need to Sell? http://www.ltd-propertygroup.com   GET Our FREE Monthly Newsletter http://tiny.cc/LTDnews   Be a Guest on Our Podcast: http://tiny.cc/tonyanddakotapodcast

Locked On Golden Knights - Daily Podcast On the Vegas Golden Knights
Savannah Ghost Pirates Goaltender Jordan Papirny tells us about his experiences with the expansion team

Locked On Golden Knights - Daily Podcast On the Vegas Golden Knights

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 39:44


Savannah Ghost Pirates goalie Jordan Papirny joins the show rinkside from Fort Wayne, to talk about a variety of topics, He discusses everything from being with a new franchise to his experience in camp with VGK and the AHL Henderson Silver Knights. We talk about goaltending techniques and what he feels he needs to improve on. We also talk about goalie goals (Papirny doesn't have one but he has 7 assists in his career.) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

MOMS ON CALL
S3 EP9: INTRO TO TUMMY TIME AND HELP! OUR TODDLER ONLY WANTS DADDY!

MOMS ON CALL

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 14:22


Nicole from Fort Wayne, Indiana is wondering if Laura and Jennifer could explain how to properly do tummy time and when parents should be starting it. This week's episode is brought to you by SPOONFULONE. SpoonfulONE makes getting 16 different food allergens into your little one safe and easy, and because of that, it can help stop a food allergy before it starts! It is the most comprehensive product on the market, includes the 16 foods associated with more than 90% of food allergies, is easy to take on the go, and SpoonfulONE products are available in yummy flavors and formats for your child. Save 35% on your first order of any SpoonfulONE product when you order from spoonfulone.com/momsoncall. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Word for Everyday Disciples with Dave DeSelm

Today we're going to be considering what it means to live as children of light. In particular, in the area of sexual purity.Paul begins by describing actions that characterize… Children of Darkness. (Eph. 5:3-7)sexual immorality (porneia)   Originally this word referred to prostitution. In the New Testament, however, it refers to all aspects of sexual sin including fornication (sexual activity before marriage) and adultery (sexual activity outside of marriage).impurity (akatharsia)  Less familiar, this is a descriptive word for that which is unclean or filthy.  It's a more general term, going beyond the sinful act of the body to the evil thoughts and intentions in the mind.  greed (pleoinexia)  It means to lust after or pursue something that is not your right to have.  In this case, it means to lust after or pursue not a something but a someone – someone that is not your right to have – in order to fulfill one's desire. obscenity (aischrotes)  The context here seems to indicate using words that are crude and sexually laden.  foolish talk (morologia) The best way to understand this would be engaging in a conversation that is morally out of bounds.  Many times this begins with suggestive emails or inappropriate texts.  All too quickly it leads to face-to-face verbal exchanges.  As you might imagine, that quite often opens the door for those words to be acted upon. coarse jesting (eutrapelia) This carries the idea of turning something that is said or done – no matter how innocent – into something sexually suggestive.  Those whose life pattern is one of ongoing immorality, obscenity, or lustful greed are living in a manner that is inconsistent with their identity as children of light.  They are acting like children of darkness.  And that if one continues in that behavior, he/she would do well to question what their true identity is.Paul then contrasts the life of darkness with that of the light.Children of Light (Eph. 5:8-9)goodness (agathosune) The classic definition of this word is “moral excellence.”  It finds its fullest and highest expression in that which is willingly and sacrificially done for others.righteousness (dikaiosune) This word means virtue, purity of life, correctness of thinking, feeling, and acting.  It's a word that is used to describe God Himself. As His children, we're called to live in a way that honors our Father.  truth (aletheia) Truth has to do with honesty, trustworthiness, and integrity in the inner man. In putting all of these together, we see that goodness pertains primarily to our relationship with others, righteousness primarily to our relationship with God, and truth primarily in our relationship with ourselves. The fruit of light is found in those three things and in those three ways and this is what pleases the Lord.  Text: Ephesians 5:3-14Originally recorded on June 5, 2016, at Fellowship Missionary Church, Fort Wayne, IN. 

From the Ground Up Athletic Performance Podcast
Steve Haggerty Episode 74 " Optimizing speed work and field sessions, building of strength, elasticity, and technical qualities for speed"

From the Ground Up Athletic Performance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 54:34


On Episode 74, I sat down with Steve Haggerty of Parkview Sports medicine in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Much of the conversation discusses building field sessions in a manner that allows for athletes to display the desired skill of the session. Its important to fully understand the different buckets or qualities that you want to fill to help expand on field abilities. One thing that is rationalized within the conversation, is the interplay that exist among multiple skills simultaneously when displaying max velocity, acceleration, change of direction, or other plyometric efforts. Steve shares how the building and interplay of three components really help to inform his programming decisions. The three qualities discussed in regards to on field abilities and speed development are strength, elasticity, and technique. I can appreciate this line of rationale as it provides the bigger pieces to construct programming considerations around. In order to move we have to have an element of force projection, though the weight room is general to overall prep in most regards, it can help provide some elements that get force production and projection trending in the right direction. Steve also shares some of the sled based technical drills or exercises that can bring strength work to the field setting. The time domain is extremely important, as we don't have an unlimited amount of time to produce the necessary force to move at high velocities. This is where elasticity comes into play, this second quality shows how it is important to blend different metrics and to keep stimulus varied to build more complete athletes. The third component is the technical element, which serves several different functions within a training session. Steve discusses how he likes to bring in different technical components between high intensity work, this ensures that rest time remains productive. This is a great way to keep the overall flow of a session moving in the desired direction. In later portions of the discussion both Steve and I shared how we prefer a constraints based approach to being overly wordy with cues and corrections. I think well thought out technical work is a great way to bring in specific phases of the gait cycle. It gives a great reference point for athletes between high intensity stimulus. I also rationalize that under fatigue it pushes the athlete to learn the most efficient pattern to get the job done under stress. Overall this episode provides a road map that all coaches can follow for setting up field based work for team sport athletes. In the market for quality, research backed supplements? Look no further, Check out all the offerings over at Thorne. Thorne provides supplements for all your fitness and wellness needs, ranging from muscle building or maintenance, to cognitive health, and overall well being and longevity. Thorne has made it super easy to find supplements that best align with your needs. Thorne collaborates with world class organizations such as the Mayo Clinic, UFC, and others. Save 20% when you use the link above or the one located on my website. Don't miss out on this opportunity to save and get great supplements that can get you on the path to a better, more capable, healthier you! Check out the extended write up based on this weeks conversation over at from the ground up athletic performance. com. While you're there, sign up for the monthly podcast newsletter Ground level, which includes all the key points for featured episodes. Instagram Simplifaster articles

Impact Master's Commission Bible Study
Holidays, tradition and revival

Impact Master's Commission Bible Study

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 47:12


We have a long discussion around holidays. We look into our lectionary reading from first Timothy and we talk about the history of revival First Assembly of God in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

hoosierhistorylive
Cemeteries and their historic landscaping

hoosierhistorylive

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 58:29


Just as cities and small towns in Indiana have evolved during more than 200 years of statehood, so have their cemeteries. Hoosier History Live will explore that evolution, particularly the changes in the ways cemeteries have been designed and landscaped. This will include a look at the Rural Cemetery Movement that began in the mid-1800s and involved creating professionally designed cemeteries in park-like settings. Several of the largest cemeteries in the state, from Indianapolis and Fort Wayne to Terre Haute and Evansville, were created as part of the Rural Cemetery Movement. Before that movement, graveyards in the early 1800s were much different, says Jeannie Regan-Dinius, director of historic preservation at Crown Hill Heritage Foundation in Indianapolis. She will be Nelson's guest to share insights about the evolution of cemetery design as well as challenges that currently confront cemeteries across the state as, in her words, they "struggle with the historic landscape, the upkeep of tombstones, mausoleums and the natural environment. The debate over which is more important, the landscape or the tombstones, pulls on funds, volunteer time and decisions made."

Civil War Weekly
Episode 83: October 17th to October 23rd 1862

Civil War Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 23:46


In Episode 83 we talk about the significance to Antietam, action at Fort Wayne in Oklahoma, and the Palmyra Massacre in Missouri. https://cwweeklypod.wixsite.com/my-site Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/CWweeklypod Venmo: @Timothy-Patrick-48 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/civil-war-weekly/support

The Word for Everyday Disciples with Dave DeSelm

A great rallying cry for this section of Scriptures would be, “Off with the old! On with the new!”  Off with the old clothes of godless living and on with the new wardrobe befitting our new identity in Christ.This can apply to a whole array of behaviors. The behaviors listed in Eph. 4:25-32 can fall into four categories. Let's look at each one.1.     Your SpeechPaul refers to 3 different aspects of our speech we're to put off. Falsehood - pseudos (vs. 25) Lying always costs. It undermines trust. And it threatens unity. That's why we're to put off falsehood. Instead, we're to speak truthfully to one another.Unwholesome talk - sapros (vs. 29) The word used here describes rotten fruit or putrefying meat. Applied to language, it can refer to profanity, cursing, vulgar phrases, or crude jokes. But it can also describe cutting words that tear a person down. Slander - blasphemia (vs. 31) Slander is the ongoing defamation of someone that rises from a bitter heart.  It's the gossip about a person with the intent of putting them in a bad light.  It's the innuendo that fuels suspicion and compromises a person's reputation.  2.     Your Temper.  Anger - parorgismos (vs. 26) This is a conviction that something is terribly wrong and directed in the right way at the right thing, it can be even righteous. However, if not used correctly, it can turn to bitterness, resentment, and self-righteousness. Consequently, Paul says, “…don't let the sun go down on your anger and do not give the devil a foothold.”Rage - thumos (vs. 31) This is a wild outburst. When a person “loses it.”Anger (orge) (vs. 31) speaks of an internal smoldering hatred.  3.     Your Ethics.Steal – klepto(vs. 28) Stealing is when you take that which you have no right to take – from man or God.  4. Your Relationships.Kind - chrestos(vs 32) Gentleness is tenderness displayed to those who are weak. Kindness puts that into action.Compassionate - eusplagchnos (vs 32) Compassion is a warmth of sympathy that comes from deep inside for those are suffering.  Forgiving – charizomenoi(vs 32) The root of this word is charis – which means “grace.” To forgive is to offer grace to those who are hurtful, whether they deserve it or not.  And why should we do that?  Because that's how God treats us.So, off with the old! On with the new!Living the new you starts with a fresh realization of your identity.  Living the new you continues with ongoingly presenting yourself to the Holy Spirit. Living the new you is maintained by being in a community that will offer accountability.Text: Ephesians 4:25-32Originally recorded on May 15, 2016, at Fellowship Missionary Church, Fort Wayne, IN. 

Walmart Radio Podcast
Best of Kirby Gwen & Friends: It's Unbe-leaf-able

Walmart Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 16:22


It's October, the leaves are beginning to turn, pumpkin spice is on speed dial and we also celebrate Cybersecurity Awareness Month. This week Kirby had the opportunity to interview Program Manager AJ from the Information Security division. AJ shared some great tips to stay safe online, from strengthening your passwords to protecting yourself from hackers. Kirby and Bo also visited Walmart's first Automated Consolidation Center in Colton, California, to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. They chatted with Geno who shared his journey with Walmart and the positive impact it has had on his life. Another associate celebrating a long, successful journey with Walmart is Rose from Store 1804 in Fort Wayne, Indiana, as she celebrated 30 amazing years with the company. Not far behind were Waymon at Store 376 in Bossier City, Louisiana, on 25 years and Randi from Store 2309 in West Chester, Ohio, who celebrated 20 years with Walmart. Tune in now to hear trending news, fascinating stories and more great shoutouts from this unbe-leaf-able week!

Sports Rush with Brett Rump
Hour 2: Jacob Kindig / Kevin Donley

Sports Rush with Brett Rump

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 41:40


Professional MMA Fighter and Fort Wayne native Jacob Kindig joins the show as he is set to fight this weekend in "Art of Scrap 5" at the Memorial Coliseum on Saturday. He shares his story of how he got into MMA, how the Art of Scraps event started, what kind of fighter he is, and what people who attend Art of Scrap 5 can expect. We are also joined by Saint Francis Football Head Coach Kevin Donley who summarizes a dominant win over the past weekend against Madonna, and looks ahead towards this Saturday's game against rival Marian at home. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Can't Beat Kylie
Joe from Fort Wayne

Can't Beat Kylie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 4:08


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SIP n UnWINE
EP #64: Liette 'Lola' Martinez - Purdue University Campus Murder

SIP n UnWINE

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 34:48


Liette 'Lola' Martinez was found murdered in April 2008 in her college apartment in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Lola was attending Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne. 

Sports Rush with Brett Rump
Hour 1: Justin Cohn / Chad LaCross

Sports Rush with Brett Rump

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 39:53


Komets reporter for The Journal Gazette Justin Cohn joins the show as hockey season is just around the corner in Fort Wayne and training camp has already begun. We talk about how the game, and players have changed in the past decades. He also discusses the current Komets roster and players to keep an eye on this year. We are also joined by Saint Francis Men's Basketball Head Coach Chad LaCross to preview some of his new players that are coming in for this year as well as look at the schedule ahead for his team, including an exhibition game in Bloomington against the IU Hoosiers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Can't Beat Kylie
Matt from Fort Wayne

Can't Beat Kylie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 4:13


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Fort Wayne Local Podcast
Ep 27: How covid and the new economy has affected the office commercial RE market

Fort Wayne Local Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 35:12


The Zacher Company, Fort Wayne's leader in commercial real estate, just released their office market report for 2022! We chat with the owner Steve Zacher about key points in the report, an update on Electric Works leasing, and where he sees the market heading during this economic uncertainty!

The Word for Everyday Disciples with Dave DeSelm

Those who are in Christ have been given a new identity and we are called to live in light of that identity. Like a change of wardrobe, we are to “put off our old self,” stripping off certain behaviors and attitudes as a set of filthy, smelly clothes. Off with the Old.In Eph. 4, Paul “insists” that believers must no longer live like the godless around us. Why? Because they have…·      a darkened mind (vs. 17-18)Why are our minds so important?  Because what we think determines what we do.   You don't ever step into compromise without first of all rationalizing why it isn't so bad.  Behavior is cognitive before it is experiential.Directly related to this idea of a dark mind is…·      a hard heart (vs. 18-19)The Greek word refers to an especially hard kind of stone. It was also used to describe calluses.  And in this case, it emphasized how repeated behaviors could deaden any sensitivity.  Those who walk in the old way of life and continue to compromise gradually grow more and more deadened to the conviction of the Spirit.  The result of a dark mind and a hard heart is…·      a godless lifeTwo of Paul's terms are particularly strong: ·      Sensuality – “This man… does not care how much he shocks public opinion so long as he can gratify his desires…he is lost to decency and shame.” Wm. Barclay·      and Greed – “…always ready to sacrifice his neighbor to his own desires…the irresistible desire to have what we have no right to possess.” Wm. BarclayPaul warns his readers and us to not live this way…to be off with the old. Instead, we must say…On with the New.He calls for us to have…·      a renewed mind. (vs. 20-24)How do we keep renewing our minds?  We continue to give them a spiritual education. Where does that instruction come from?  Scripture. The only thing that can compete with the voices of this world is the voice of God's Word.  The second aspect of this is to seek…·      a soft heart.Having a soft heart is one of the best deterrents to slipping back into old ways. Being open to the Spirit's conviction or others' observations…and then responding in repentance can keep the calluses from growing thick.A renewed mind and a soft heart lead to…·      a godly life.          To be godly means leaving behind values and choices that reject God's will and way and embracing the values and choices that are aligned with God's will and way.It's like taking a shower each day that cleanses us and readies us to put on the Christ-like clothes of our new wardrobe. And it means throwing out our old worldly clothes once and for all. Text: Ephesians 4:17-24Originally recorded on May 8, 2016, at Fellowship Missionary Church, Fort Wayne, IN.  

The Concordia Publishing House Podcast
LSB Companion to the Services | Rev. Dr. Paul Grime

The Concordia Publishing House Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 35:15


In this episode of The Concordia Publishing House Podcast, Rev. Dr. Paul Grime talks about the Lutheran Service Book: Companion to the Services and the history of the Divine Ser vice.Check out more church resources for pastors and laypeople at cph.org.  Show Notes:There is a lot to learn about the services included in the Lutheran Service Book. Expert Rev. Dr. Paul Grime discusses the Lutheran Service Book: Companion to the Services and why it is such a helpful resource to pastors and church members. He clears up some misconceptions around the words “services” and liturgy,” and jumps into the biblical basis for the order of service that we have today. The Lord's Day is sacred and should be honored as such, connecting back to when Jesus sat with His disciples and broke bread with them. Teaching and dining are practices that date back to the Old Testament, yet they are still important practices in our church today. Questions Covered:·         Book is called Companion to the Services and not Companion to the Liturgy. Why? What's the difference between “liturgy” and “service(s)”?·         Where do we get the Divine Service?·         What is the oldest part of the Divine Service? What is the newest part?·         When was it more or less fixed as we know it?·         Is the Divine Service still changing?·         What kind of considerations are there before we add or remove things?·         What is distinctly Lutheran about the Divine Service?·         How is the Lutheran service similar to the mass or services in other denominations?·         What was Martin Luther's view of the Roman Mass as he knew it? What did he change? And more importantly, why did he change things?·         Beyond the obvious, what do we do in the Divine Service? Is our role passive or active? Do we offer or give anything? Do we simply receive?  About the Guest:Paul Grime is the dean of the chapel and a professor at Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, teaching primarily in the area of worship and homiletics. From 1996 to 2007, he served as executive director for the LCMS Commission on Worship at the church body's headquarters in St. Louis. In that position, he was project director for both Hymnal Supplement ‘98 and Lutheran Service Book. Prior to that, he served eight years as senior pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, West Allis, Wisconsin, a suburb of Milwaukee. Grime has music degrees in church music and organ performance from Valparaiso University (BMus) and the College-Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati (MMus). His theology degrees are from Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne (MDiv, STM) and Marquette University (PhD).

Fort Wayne's Morning News
CJB Joins Fort Wayne's Morning News

Fort Wayne's Morning News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 6:21


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Lockdown Universe (A UFO, ALIEN, BIGFOOT, SCI FI AND PARANORMAL PODCAST!!)

An Article from 1897, from Fort Wayne, Indiana states that giants were found in a massive killing field in Kansas. Up to 100,000 skulls and skeletons were found from these massive race of beings!! Are they from earth? Are they an alien species that crash landed here and fought massive battles? And do they have high technology now in locations such as Romania and Afghanistan?! Let's dive in to this amazing story!! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lockdown-universe/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lockdown-universe/support

The Jar
#77 The Frequency of reality with Erlinda Inniss

The Jar

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 94:02


ENTER THE CONTEST: https://upvir.al/137114/lp137114We join Erlinda and her beautiful little crystal shop and reading shop called Willow tree. They are in Fort just outside of Fort Wayne. She's really an interesting and complex person as we slowly peeled away the onion of who she is. Erlinda is part Angolan and Filipino. Her mom was very spiritual but passed away when she was 12, and soon after spirit started appearing before her, and she realized she had a special gift. She was raised by her grandparents and became a real believer that intention matters. Erlinda is someone who has confidence in who she is, and her place in this world, her gifts and the responsibility that comes with those gifts. During our chat, we discussed some recent events that she has faced, pretty ugly racism in her city, directed at property and threats, directed to herself, and how this kind of ignorance and hate only strengthens people and hardens the resolve to keep doing what you're doing especially when they believe and who they are and what their purpose is here. As Erlinda described it as she seeking to take her old routes and find new soil. Hope you tune in to hear Erlinda's story about how much you are past and family in your roots in your DNA matter to your life today how they give you a resolving strength and confidence that you're always on the right path.For more of Erlinda: https://www.erlindainniss.net/?fbclid=IwAR2kapS1r42qc4TLE5j0nZPkHwVPX6VN9NrCt7-6HOhiT98QG1VG8YMuHaA For behind the scenes content of the making of The Jar, meet the guests, see some footage of unreleased podcast episodes and more visit : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTqB1dhDvl0Oh505ysdxTgTo be a guest on the show email us at thejarguest@gmail.com or visit our webpage : https://www.thejar.live/Follow The Jar on Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/thejar_podcast/Follow The Jar on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast.thejarDisclaimer: The views stated in this episode are our guest's opinions and do not represent the views, beliefs or opinions of The Jar Podcast. Our goal is to provide a platform for everyone no matter what they believe, and we would like to continue to do that while making it clear our guests are not a representation of The Jar Podcast. 

The Word for Everyday Disciples with Dave DeSelm

Each of us in the Body of Christ have been given a role to play so that together we can build up the Church, making it strong and mature. Those roles are:ApostleProphetEvangelistShepherdTeacher Each of us has a primary gift.  It's the one you are best at, most passionate about, and most refreshed by.  You might call this your “base ministry.”  But as followers of Jesus, we are not exempt from stepping into the other roles. For instance, my “base ministry” is Teacher, but there are times when I must step into a Shepherding role, caring for people in their hurt and need. I still need to be prepared to share the Good News of the gospel even though Evangelist is my weakest of the fivefold. We call that having to “phase.” In moving into this “phase,” you will not only serve others in the Body, but you will also grow in your understanding of that role and will further mature in it.        Moreover, as you phase into other areas, it will give you insight into your base ministry. I'm a far better Teacher because of those times I phased in the Shepherd role or the Evangelist role.In the online assessment, you may have had several gifts very close in score. Perhaps you came out high as a teacher and yet prophet or shepherd was very close. You might discover that you can “phase” far more easily into that gift and linger longer in using it before the grace runs out.   You may also find that your secondary gift can strongly affect the way your primary gift is used.  This adds to your unique contribution to the Body. One last thing.  As important as it is to identify what your gift is and commit to using it with competence, it's equally important to grow in your character. Character is who we are. Competency is what we do. As we function in our roles, it's important to continue to grow in our skill (competency) - becoming a better teacher, a more effective shepherd, a more skilled evangelist. Call these “Gifts of the Spirit.”Yet, as we grow in our competency, we dare not neglect also growing in our character.  One of the greatest ways that character can be assessed is in the “Fruit of the Spirit”: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. (Gal. 5:22)When a person demonstrates godly character, but they are lacking in their skills, you might say they are LIMITED in their Kingdom potential. Someone who is not characterized by the fruit of the Spirit and is not using the gifts of the Spirit would likely be IRRELEVANT – making little to no Kingdom impact. Sadly, a person who has a lot of skill but weak character can actually be DANGEROUS. They have the potential to cause great harm to others.  But, a person who is growing in both character and competency is UNLIMITED in their potential for Kingdom impact. Apostles, we need you to dream your dreams. Prophets, we need you to share your insights. Evangelists, we need you to lead our outreach. Shepherds, we need you to deepen our sense of family. Teachers, we need you to instruct us further in how to live. May God help us to lean into this as never before. And, as that happens, may the Kingdom further come on earth as it is in heaven.DIAGRAMSFree online Fivefold testText: Ephesians 4:7-16Originally recorded on April 10, 2016, at Fellowship Missionary Church, Fort Wayne, IN. 

The Jar
#76 Gypsy's, Radio, and so much more with Adam Merino

The Jar

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 101:23


We met our next guest, Adam at the Allen County Public library in Fort Wayne, Indiana in a beautiful little radio studio that they have under the call letters WELT 95.7. It's a great little space inside this public library and one of many across the country so if you haven't been into some of the libraries recently in your neighborhood, it's a great idea to check out the resources that they've got. Adam is a really interesting personality. He has instant charisma and a giant warm personality and after he shares with us that he's a real gypsy. His parents traveled all around the country, doing gypsy stuff, eventually settling down and interestingly enough, his father became a pastor and Podcaster of his own show called “the misfit mentor” by Larry Merino. Adam himself is building his own social media network has his own podcast coaching and mentoring program and also has his own show he's building. Adams that is an interesting life from being a nomad gypsy with his father to becoming the son of a keystone in the community. You can see the depths of Adam from these life experiences come through with his conversation with The Jar. He has a great approach to life and a great outlook and truly while he's in chains, you can just feel the changes are going to be great for for him and the people around him. For more of Adam: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDzaDw3j-GYTlfuPisFSbOAhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8xaQbpBUjYFor behind the scenes content of the making of The Jar, meet the guests, see some footage of unreleased podcast episodes and more visit : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTqB1dhDvl0Oh505ysdxTgTo be a guest on the show email us at thejarguest@gmail.com or visit our webpage : https://www.thejar.live/Follow The Jar on Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/thejar_podcast/Follow The Jar on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast.thejarDisclaimer: The views stated in this episode are our guest's opinions and do not represent the views, beliefs or opinions of The Jar Podcast. Our goal is to provide a platform for everyone no matter what they believe, and we would like to continue to do that while making it clear our guests are not a representation of The Jar Podcast. 

Concord Matters from KFUO Radio
Luther's Small Catechism. 1st & 2nd Commandments: The idol factory.

Concord Matters from KFUO Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 57:21


Your god is whatever you fear, love, and trust in above the Triune God. Luther called our hearts an “idol factory” that is ready to trust the newest god on the block. Yet, the one true God has given us access to His name through Christ and in return we pray, praise, and give thanks! Lord have mercy. Rev. Dr. John Pless, Assistant professor of pastoral ministry and missions at Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Indiana joins Rev. Brady Finnern to study the 1st and 2nd commandments of Luther's Small Catechism. Find your copy of the Book of Concord - Concordia Reader's Edition at cph.org or read online at bookofconcord.org. Study the Lutheran Confession of Faith found in the Book of Concord with lively discussions led by host Rev. Brady Finnern, President of the LCMS Minnesota North District, and guest LCMS pastors. Join us as these Christ-confessing Concordians read through and discuss our Lutheran doctrine in the Book of Concord in order to gain a deeper understanding of our Lutheran faith and practical application for our vocations.

Peace Talk Podcast
Talking With My Best Friend w/ (Shenora Lechleidner) | Bonus Episode

Peace Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 19:43


Episode #119 of Peace Talk (S5 E13) is a BONUS EPISODE | Going FB Live w/ my best friend Shenora Lechleidner in Fort Wayne, IN | This episode is Family Friendly and was recorded September 24th, 2022 | ENJOY ☮️

Coaching Origins
Episode 13 - Purdue Fort Wayne's Jon Coffman

Coaching Origins

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 38:50


Today's episode is with the head coach of the Purdue Fort Wayne Mastadons Jon Coffman. Coffman and his team are coming off their first-ever Horizon League championship in 2022. After leaving a job in the financial sector, Coffman started his 25-year coaching journey. At one point he thought that journey was over, but a fork-in-the-road moment led him to Fort Wayne, where he is now getting ready for his ninth-season as the head coach of the Mastadons. Follow Coach Coffman on Twitter at @coachcoffman.Each Friday, Jeff Bidwell talks with a current or former Division I college basketball coach about their professional path. There are no overnight success stories in college coaching. We'll talk about the sometimes decades-long journey from the moment they wanted to get into coaching up to that first news conference introducing them as a Division I head coach.Follow on Twitter and Instagram at @AKAJeffBidwell.

Auto Collabs
Bobby Knight Prepared Me For Auto with Jason Stein

Auto Collabs

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 27:20 Transcription Available


From the outside looking in, auto is a curious industry.Whether it's the dealership dialect of tech and service or that dealers bring home a variety of makes and models, retail auto is unique. And once you're in and you've caught the bug, it stays with you. That's the story of Jason Stein. He traces his journey from newspaperman to Automotive New Retail Forum to where he is today at Flat Six Media. And along the way, he shares insights about the reputation of the industry and the speed of change that it's experiencing.What we talk about in this episode:0:00 Intro with Michael Cirillo, Paul J Daly and Kyle Mountsier.4:17 Jason worked as a sports writer in Fort Wayne, Indiana. He covered the Indianapolis Colts, Notre Dame and Indiana University. Eventually he started a car column because there was nothing about cars in the newspaper he worked for.11:16 The last 2 years have been more impactful than the previous 20 years, according to Jason, in the way dealers have had to shift and grow.“The last two years have shown that the changes can be even more remarkable than we imagined, not necessarily in a bad way. And actually, the value of the American car dealer is greater than ever. I would argue against the direct selling method, but they've learned to become just better direct sellers in general. And they've learned to connect with their communities in a better way and a deeper way. They've learned how to provide service in a way that maybe they didn't realize before. And you know, now they're more successful than ever.”14:38 Car dealers have a similar reputation to dentists, for whatever reason. Jason talks about the strides dealers have made to change that reputation and what more they need to be doing.20:03 The transition to EV is an opportunity for the car dealers to show their value to the consumer. Jason argues that most local shops will not be equipped to service EVs and it will be up to the dealers to be prepared and ready to service those vehicles.⭐️ Love the podcast? Please leave us a review here — even one sentence helps! Consider including your LinkedIn or Instagram handle so we can thank you personally! We have a daily email! ✉️ Sign up for our free and fun-to-read daily email for a quick shot of relevant news in automotive retail, media, and pop culture.

Call Us When You're Dead
Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne Murder

Call Us When You're Dead

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 39:54


Join the hosts as they cover a crazy murder. Didn't see that suspect coming. Plus an update from a season one case!Sources:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indiana_University%E2%80%93Purdue_University_Fort_Waynehttps://thecinemaholic.com/lola-martinez-murder-where-is-tina-morris-now/https://kileystruecrime.squarespace.com/kileystruecrimeaddict-blog/the-murder-of-liette-lola-martinezhttps://www.campussafetymagazine.com/news/indiana-student-stabbed-in-dorm-by-roommates-mother/Music/SFX:https://www.epidemicsound.com/Wrote by: Ryan SchaapResearched By: Ryan SchaapVoiced By: Ryan Schaap and Keith SchaapIntro By: Erienne Smith and William SmithEdited By: Ryan SchaapCall Us When You're Dead is part of A Single Rose Production's LLCSupport the show

Journey to Jupiter: Discover the Life You'll Create
In Pursuit of Extending His Family's Legacy in Education: Meet Sean Whitten

Journey to Jupiter: Discover the Life You'll Create

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 78:46


Raised in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Sean currently works as Director of Enrollment Analytics for Queens University of Charlotte in Charlotte, NC. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in History from St. Ambrose University in Iowa and a Master of Arts in Higher Education from Ashford University. Sean's career journey was fueled with an unrelenting ambition to do the heart work and honor his family's legacy as educators. Unfortunately, he oftentimes pursued this journey at the expense of his personal identity and those around him. After suffering from multiple mental health challenges, he sought help, refocused his priorities and purpose. All of this has helped him cultivate a teachable strategy to inspire anyone to become enthusiastic about using their unique gifts to shape what is needed to move forward without losing themselves.  In this episode, Sean shares: How he decided where to attend college What attracted him to history as a college major How an internship encouraged him to pursue a career working in museums only for his graduate program to convince him otherwise (essentially his lack of fulfillment with the process of pursuing his desired career field led him to change careers altogether) The difference between having a job vs a career How he discovered his passion for working in college admissions Important differences in his career journey prior to achieving his goals compared to the journey afterward   Also mentioned in this episode: Episode 99: Pursuing a Career Based on Your Interests vs. Pay Episode 100: Increasing Your Income by Creating a Portfolio of Work Episode 95: Plan for the Future, But Also Live Fully Now Connect with Sean! Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Email at swjeeperes@gmail.com  --- Sign up for my contact list to be the first to know about new offerings and to receive my note on all things!   You can also stay connected with Journey to Jupiter via..... Email: jetaun@jetaundavis.com Website: jetaundavis.com Instagram: @JourneyJupiter Twitter: @JourneyJupiter Facebook: @JourneyJupiter ----- Edited by Ken Inge of Dead End Hip Hop  

The Word for Everyday Disciples with Dave DeSelm

In Ephesians 4, the Apostle Paul lists five unique roles God has given each one of us in the Body of Christ. These spiritual roles are the unique callings distributed to believers that enable them to fulfill strategic functions for the church.These five roles are (Eph. 4:11):Apostle Prophet Evangelist Shepherd TeacherThese are often referred to as the “5-fold Ministries” or the APEST (after the first letters).As we grow and mature into our unique roles, the Body is strengthened and the Kingdom is extended. But it's wise to be alert to immature expressions of these gifts. An Apostle is visionary, pioneering, always dreaming of new ground to take and new ways to take that ground. They have all kinds of new ideas!But an immature apostle has difficulty discerning which of those ideas are simply good ideas and which are God ideas.Another sign of immaturity is jumping from idea to idea. After a while, people don't take immature apostles seriously because they always flit from one thing to another.   The Prophet is one who discerns the spiritual realities in a given situation, seeing beyond what most people see and calling them to action.In contrast, when an immature prophet senses God is saying something, they insist on providing the interpretation and application themselves rather than releasing the revelation to a community of people outside of them to discern what God is saying and what they should do about it.  Another sign of an immature prophet is the tendency to assume they are always right.An Evangelist loves spending time and sharing Christ with lost people and reminds other believers of a lost world.An immature evangelist may want so much for people to be saved that they present a reductionist gospel. Just say this prayer and you're “in.” They fail to talk about the cost of following Jesus.Other times they can button-hole people, forcing the gospel down their throats which often turns people off. Another sign of an immature evangelist is they may engage with a person until he/she crosses the line of faith and then move on to someone else. The young follower can feel like they were nothing more than a project.The Shepherd possesses a deep love for the Body; sees needs, provides comfort, and gives encouragement.But an immature shepherd often hesitates to challenge a person to change. They fear that, if pressed, the sheep might leave the fold. Yet to allow that person to keep on sitting in their neediness or brokenness is not loving.  Finally, there's the Teacher who communicates the revealed truth of God's Word so that others can understand it and obey it.Immature teachers, however, can become so enamored with the Word itself that knowledge becomes the goal rather than application. The result is those around them become merely hearers of the Word rather than doers of the Word. You might have a sense of what your role is.  If not, here are some suggestions that might help you.1.     What does the assessment tool reveal?2.     What are the observations of those who know you well? 3.     Which of the 5 are the most life-giving/life-draining to you?4.     Which of the 5 are the most fruitful/unfruitful for you?5.     What does your own discernment tell you? Free online Fivefold testText: Ephesians 4:7-16 Originally recorded on April 3, 2016, at Fellowship Missionary Church, Fort Wayne, IN.  

Andy In The Morning - Majic 95.1
Is Andy A Redhead? & Andy Plan To Make Money For the City of Fort Wayne

Andy In The Morning - Majic 95.1

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 16:46


Is Andy A Redhead? & Andy Plan To Make Money For the City of Fort Wayne

Friends For Life — LCMS Life Ministry
37. One Body, Many Parts – Disabilities and the Body of Christ | Rev. Kevin Loughran & Penny Loughran

Friends For Life — LCMS Life Ministry

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 57:21


Join Steph and Tiffany, along with father-daughter duo, Pastor Kevin Loughran and Penny Loughran, as they talk about what it means for the church to care for all people, regardless of their range of abilities. Penny was born 10 weeks premature and suffered a brain bleed in early infancy, which led to the development of cerebral palsy. In this episode, she candidly shares about her life, what brings her joy, and the ways she serves her church. Pastor Loughran offers his fatherly perspective, along with discussing how the church can embrace and better serve families and peoples with disabilities. Resources mentioned in this episode include: lcms.org/social-issues/disability, voiceofcare.org/index.html, and ablelight.org/events-and-resources/faith-resources. Learn about LCMS Life Ministry at lcms.org/life, and email us at friendsforlife@lcms.org. Not all the views expressed are necessarily those of the LCMS; please discuss any questions with your pastor. Bios: Penelope (Penny) Loughran was born and baptized into Christ at Memorial Hospital in Sheboygan, Wisconsin on August 11, 2001. She weighed in at 3 lbs., large actually for a 29 and a half week premie. She spent the next two months in a NICU in Milwaukee where she had the first of six brain surgeries due to a brain bleed immediately after her birth. The bleed caused moderate to severe cerebral palsy. Penny has never walked and was not supposed to talk. However, she was able to communicate and it soon became clear that she was extremely bright. Around the age of 4 she began to speak, in complete sentences. She graduated magna cum laude from an honors program at Hollins High School in 2020. The COVID pandemic has caused a disruption to her academic plans due to a compromised immune system. Her current plan is to become a child psychologist. She is an active member of Grace Lutheran Church and School, helping with VBS, serving as a greeter and in choir as she is able. Penelope loves sports particularly everything baseball, regularly attending Rays games with her Mom, Dad and friends as well as the Tampa Bay Lightning hockey team and of course, the Green Bay Packers. Rev. Kevin Loughran was born on October 7, 1956 in New Haven, Ct. and baptized into Christ on October 21, 1956 at St. Barnabas Catholic Church in North Haven. As a child Pastor Loughran loved music and sports and ultimately majored in trumpet for his undergrad. He worked in sales for ten years prior to going to seminary. During that time, he converted to Lutheranism being catechized in the faith at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Norwalk, CT. Rev. Loughran attended Concordia Seminary, Fort Wayne, IN, graduating in 1993. He was the Grad Assistant for the Pastoral Theology department in 93-94. While at Seminary Pastor Loughran sang in Kantorei, vicared at St. Luke's in Oviedo, FL and served as the Sacristan at Kramer Chapel for an academic year. He has served parishes in Wolcottville, IN and Sheboygan, WI. He has served his current parish, Grace Lutheran Church and School since 2006. During his time as a Parish Pastor, he has served as an LWML zone counselor, on a working group for the LSB hymnal project and as the Spiritual Advisor to the Concordia Deaconess Conference. Pastor and Kersti Loughran (nee Hasler) were married in 1984 and have four children, Justine, Matthew, John and Penelope plus a number of former foster children who call them Mom and Dad. They have far too many grandchildren to number.

Selling Fort Wayne: Morningstar Real Estate
Some Ft. Wayne Favorites

Selling Fort Wayne: Morningstar Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 21:26


In this episode of the Selling Fort Wayne podcast, hosts Tyler Morningstar and Kerri Morningstar talk about some of their favorite spots in Fort Wayne for food, fun and community. They also share resources that will help you find events happening in the Ft. Wayne area.    "The growth downtown is unbelievable. People forget how much green we have downtown. We have many parks and areas for families and walking." - Kerri Morningstar [08:44]   "There is always something going on in Ft. Wayne. If there is a weekend coming up and you don't have any plans and want to do something, you can go check out the Ft. Wayne calendar online. It tells you all the things happening downtown or in other parts of the area." - Tyler Morningstar [02:36]   What You Will Learn: [00:46] Intro [04:12] Kerri's favorite pizza spot in Ft. Wayne [05:52] Tyler's favorite Ft. Wayne golf courses [08:10] Cleanliness of Ft. Wayne [13:05] Top spots for Mexican food [15:34] Listener suggestions [16:00] Hiking trails [17:00] Ft. Wayne Sweets [19:00] Ft. Wayne cost of living Contact: Contact Tyler at tylermorningstar@gmail.com and (260) 433-5385. Contact Kerri at kerrimorningstar@gmail.com and (260) 410-8294. sellingfwpodcast@gmail.com Tyler Morningstar on Instagram: instagram.com/ty_morningstar Tyler Morningstar on TikTok: tiktok.com/@tyler.morningstar Tyler Morningstar on Facebook: facebook.com/MorningstarRealEstateFW Visit Century 21 Real Estate: homesforsale.century21.com/century-21-bradley-realty,-inc.-5263c Contact Margaret at (260) 497-9469 and (260) 410-8365. Visit Metropolitan Title Company: metropolitantitle.com   Sponsor: Blake Evans, National Property Inspections Fort Wayne: npiweb.com/fortwayne

The Baseball Bucket List Podcast
Logan Wiening: Historic Fort Wayne, Working in Minor League Sports, & Checking Off a Wrigley Bucket List Item

The Baseball Bucket List Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 38:36


Logan Wiening is a Cubs fan from Fort Wayne, Indiana. He has melded his passions for design and home town history into art and streetwear for his company, Old Fort Baseball Co.  We get into the lesser known and baseball-rich history of Fort Wayne, what it's like to work in the minor league sports world,  and how a downtown ballpark can become the heartbeat of a city. We also chat about a recent bucket list item that he checked off at Wrigley Field, and what inspired him to start his business. Find Logan / Old Fort Baseball Co. Online: Instagram: @oldfortbaseballcoTwitter: @OldFortBBallCoFind Baseball Bucket List Online:Twitter: @BaseballBucketFacebook: @BaseballBucketListInstagram: @Baseball.Bucket.ListWebsite: baseballbucketlist.comThis podcast is part of the Curved Brim Media Network:Twitter: @CurvedBrimWebsite: curvedbrimmedia.com

Sports Rush with Brett Rump
Hour 1: Mike Nutter

Sports Rush with Brett Rump

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 42:41


Tincaps President Mike Nutter joins to discuss Fort Wayne being voted #2 in the USA for best Minor-League Sports Cities. He also sheds some light on what goes on in the offseason for the Tincaps organization and also highlights some of the improvements and changes coming to Parkview Field in the next few years. In College Football, it seems like some teams are already a lock to make the playoffs when looking at their remaining schedules.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Word for Everyday Disciples with Dave DeSelm

In 1 Corinthians 12 and Romans 12, we find lists of “spiritual gifts.” Spiritual gifts are special abilities distributed to believers that enable them to perform special actions in the church.In Ephesians 4, however, we find, not a further listing of spiritual gifts., but rather a listing of spiritual roles.Spiritual roles are the unique callings distributed to believers that enable them to fulfill strategic functions for the church.Verse 11 identifies five roles:·      Apostle ·      Prophet ·      Evangelist ·      Shepherd ·      TeacherThese are often referred to as the “5-fold Ministries” or the APEST (after the first letters).The Apostle Paul says that “to each one grace has been given as Christ apportioned it.” This tells us that these roles are not simply reserved for “leaders,” but for each member of the Body of Christ, and these gifts have been given in differing degrees. We've been given different-sized portions of grace. For example, my base function is as a Teacher.  And, it would appear that that is very strong in me.  By the same token, I am not as gifted as an evangelist.  That's low in my gift mix.When each person (not just pastors or leaders) is functioning in their role…in humility – no one thinking more of themselves or less of others and everyone seeing the value not only of their calling, but of others' calling – the result is further unity in the body of Christ and further conformity to the image of Christ.Here are some basic definitions of these various roles. Maybe you can begin to identify what yours might be.Apostle: (apostolos) visionary, pioneering, always dreaming of new ground to take and new ways to take that ground. Prophet: (prophetes) discerns the spiritual realities in a given situation, sees beyond what most people see and calls people to action. Evangelist: (euangelistes) loves spending time and sharing Christ with lost people and reminds other believers of a lost world.Shepherd:  (poimen) possesses a deep love for the Body; sees needs, provides comfort, and gives encouragement.Teacher: (didaskalos) communicates the revealed truth of God's Word so that others can understand it and obey it.You have been graced with one of these roles.  And whether you fulfill that role and find your place really matters.The Body of Christ will only reach its potential when the vast majority of its members take this seriously.  And yet if…when… that happens, we'll increasingly attain to the full measure of the fullness of Christ.  And, oh, how that will impact not only the church but the world!Free online Fivefold testText: Ephesians 4:7-16Originally recorded on March 13, 2016, at Fellowship Missionary Church, Fort Wayne, IN.