Can you be generous to a fault? Art was at Redemption Church in Mobile, Alabama where they held a live money Q&A. In this episode, Art answers some of the missed questions from that event, including one from someone who says they are generous to a fault. Resources:Money in the Light of EternityFree Resources from Christian Money SolutionsAsk a Money Question!
After 15 years of financial reporting, Ron Lieber reports that “No consumer decision inspires more confusion and emotion than the question of what to pay for college,” which is understandable since four years at many state schools now costs over $100k in tuition and four years of private school can run over $300k! The "Your Money" columnist for the New York Times, Ron is the author ofThe Price You Pay for College, in which he lays out critical, in-depth information about one of the most important financial decisions your family will ever make. He explains that not only is college ludicrously expensive, but the admissions process is purposefully opaque, so it's hard to know if you/your kid will get in and whether or not you/your kid will be able to afford to go. By throwing himself head-first into this stormy, complicated sea, Ron helps the reader find the best college or university for them, understand financial aid, and not destroy their family's savings in the process. His new online course about merit aid will help parents like you find grants and scholarships for which your child is eligible. Ron Lieber is a proud alumnus of Amherst College. Among his previous books is the bestseller, The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous, and Smart About Money, which he discussed with me on episode #4 of Crazy Money. It's a great book about parenting and teaching your kids values through the lens of money. This episode originally aired in January 2021. ⭐ Rate and Review Crazy Money here. (Seriously, do it!)⭐ ✍️ Get Paul's writing to your Inbox here. (Seriously, do this also!) ✍️
Am I generous? Generosity changes us and impacts others so it's a great question. In this message, Pastor Doug Bartsch explains generosity and examines how we can tell if we are truly generous.If you've just made a decision for Christ, please respond here so we can pray for you and encourage you along your journey: https://hpfc.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms...Check out the HISplace Bible Reading plan here: https://hpfc.org/bible-reading-plan/At HISplace Family Church we don't want something from you, we want something for you! By giving you open up an endless fountain of blessings that God wants to pour out to you. To give today click here: https://hpfc.org/give/Stay Connected:Website: https://hpfc.org/ HISplace Family Church Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/HISplaceFami...HISplace Family Church Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/20014...HISplace Family Church Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hisplacefam...#hisplacefamilychurch #hpfc #dougbartsch #blessed #blessedlife #generosity #generous
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Причта о радующемся отце Parable of the Rejoicing Father Евангелие от Луки – 175От Луки 15:11-24I. Боль отца / The Father's Pain А. Постыдная просьба / Shameful Request B. Трудное решение / Difficult Decision C. Болезненное расставание / Painful SeparationII. Беззаконная жизнь сына/ The Son's Lawless LifeIII. Смиряющая реальность / The Humbling Reality А. Голод в стране / Famine in the Country B. Жестокость людей / The People's CrueltyIV. Покаяние сына / The Son's Repentance A. Озарение сына / The Son's Insight B. Плоды озарения / The Fruits of InsightV. Радость отца / The Father's Joy A. Милосердная радость / Merciful Joy B. Щедрая радость / Generous joy C. Торжествующая радость / Triumphant Joy
Fr. Blackburn preaches in Matthew 20:1-18.
This week, we dedicate the hour to rest and rice. First, we talk to Adeena Sussman about her Shabbat rituals, from cooking with a sense of spirituality, taking the time to unplug, and connecting with family and friends. She talks about iconic dishes she enjoys making and sharing during Shabbat, like her Jachnun Rolled Yemenite Sabbath Bread, and she sticks around to answer your cooking questions. Her latest book is Shabbat: Recipes and Rituals from My Table to Yours. Then, we enter the world of rice with Chef JJ Johnson, author of The Simple Art of Rice: Recipes from Around the World for the Heart of Your Table. He talks to us about the rice he grew up eating, his research in West African culture, and cooking rice professionally and making it the center of the table, and he sticks around to answer your rice cooking questions. He left us his recipe for Crispy Rice Salad with Quick Pickled Onion.September 22, 2023 (originally aired)Generous listeners like you make The Splendid Table possible. Donate today to support the show
The parable this week is about the generous landowner who pays the workers who worked only an hour the same as those who worked all day. He was generous in ways that can be difficult for us to understand, but it is supposed to be a parable that gets us thinking - how am I called to act?
In our new series, we dive into messages and conversations on how to be a missional community. For us to grow and prosper, both individually and corporately, God wants to resource us with His Kingdom economy. This week, Maria takes us on a journey about the lavish generosity of God. In 1 John 3:1 we read:“See what great love the Father has lavished on us, that we should be called children of God - and that is what we are!”God is a generous Father who never does anything sparingly. He's not a tight-fisted god who gives only when we've earned something or have impressed him in some way. Humans, however, are not generous until they choose to model themselves on something! In the kingdom, we model ourselves on Jesus! Missional community is a demonstration of the lavish love of the Father.There are three things we can do to break scarcity:1. Before we can address that, we have to expose the devil daily as He attacks God's nature with accusations in this area.2. Generosity is the path to blessing. To break the fear of scarcity, we must give, not just financially but also emotionally, from our hearts.3. Put all entitlement on notice! Entitlement is a virus. God wants us to delete it from our hearts. Entitlement culture teaches that we deserve to have things given to us and that we should have special privileges.In stark contrast to today's entitlement culture, Jesus gave up His divine rights and privileges—and His own life—so that we could have eternal life and freedom. Let's become lavish and generous in all our ways!
In this episode, we continue our road trip from New York to Ohio and visit the Lucy and Desi Museum, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, the Christmas Story House, and the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Then we say goodbye to summer as the boys start a new school year.
Mercy Road Church Northeast Lead Pastor Ken Primeau speaking on the topic of good and generous stewardship. "Stewardship? Legacy? Isn't that such serious stuff?" Well, prepare yourselves for a fun-filled journey where we dive into these topics with a humorous twist! Through practical teachings and biblical wisdom, you will gain valuable insights on how to best steward what God has given you. According to God, everything you have is actually not yours, it's His... so quit hoarding the chips! Together, let's embrace a life of purpose, generosity, and impact as faithful stewards of God's nachos!
Today, we read CCC, 2232 - 2257 and discuss the fourth commandment: "Honor your father and your mother." It is through marriage and family that we can - as children of our mothers and our fathers - receive the gift of life, the gift of faith, and the gift of ongoing formation. That formation - that sanctification and, God willing, salvation - comes through "self-denial, sound judgment, and self-mastery" and through "generous and tireless [forgiveness of] one another..." What a blessing and what a beautifully difficult task we have ahead of us! To view/listen to the homily given by Fr. Mike Schmitz referenced in this episode, go to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SDdf22MLPe0 To join us in praying the Our Lady Undoer of Knots Novena, view my videos on Instagram each day (from Thursday, 9/21 - Friday, 9/29), and, for the novena prayers, go to: https://www.praymorenovenas.com/mary-undoer-knots-novena This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
Drew Balch - The last will be first and the first last. What does this common Christian phrase actually mean? Jesus tells us a story to help us grasp what his kingdom is like. It is so shocking to our natural human thinking, but wonderfully, it is what heaven will be like.
Phil Hudson - In a world where we are so used to performance-based rewards, Jesus wants us to grasp that's not how the kingdom of heaven works. The kingdom of heaven is like a master who is generous, good, and abounding in grace; where the last are first and the first are last.
As we explore the rhythms of the kingdom, we cannot help but come face-to-face with the king. In Matthew 6:2-4, Jesus unveils the truth, warning, hope, and rhythm about giving our money. In doing so, we come face-to-face with the heart of the generous God.
We begin our season of stewardship this week by reflecting on God's generosity. Pastor Jonathan reminds us that the world is obsessed with 'scorekeeping', that is, rewarding goodness with gifts. God, through scripture, encourages us to be generous with each other as he does, without regard to reward or merit.
Wanna talk to Samson or buy merch: davidsamsonpodcast.com Today's word of the day is ‘artificial' as in turf as in grass as in bermuda as in the NFLPA wants grass and Roger Goodell says maybe, maybe not. Are the players going to get the change? Goodell says he's heard ‘mixed opinions' from players. Which players? (14:15) Max Scherzer is done for the year. Another injury. The Rangers are despondent. What of all the teams that also went all-in at the deadline? At the waiver deadline? (27:20) Let's do something different today. I have a question. (31:55) So You Wanna Talk to Samson!? Someone asked me about the Oklahoma City Thunder new arena deal. It blew my mind. (38:50) What is the future of the Rays? Are they for sale? Are they moving? Are they real? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
I'd like to share with you about generosity. Proverbs 11:25 states, “The generous will prosper,” but what the prior verse says is perhaps even more surprising: “There is one who withholds more than is right, but it leads to poverty.” The Bible thus teaches not only that God will bless those who are generous, but that those who fail to display generosity will end up the opposite of what their greed desired. A continual pattern is laid out in the Bible that God will take care of the generous. Time and time again in my life and in the church we have felt the blessings of generosity from others that I believe resulted from mine and Good News Church's willingness first to display generosity.
Welcome to Wednesday as Ford waxes generous and also talks about their big dreams for hybrid F150s. We also cover some of the conversations at the Auto News Congress. Finally, we talk about good ‘ol Goodwill finding its ecommerce stride. When asked yesterday about the looming UAW strike, Ford CEO, Jim Farley, described the latest contract proposal to UAW as their "most generous offer in 80 years." However, the UAW might strike selected plants if no deal is achieved with Detroit's big three automakers before the looming deadline. Ford believes its F-150 could soon rank as the top-selling hybrid model, according to Kumar Galhotra, president of Ford Blue. Ford is set to release an updated 2024 F-150, including a new hybrid variant, aiming to quadruple hybrid sales in the next two years with F-150 and Maverick compact pickup as focal pointsCurrently, 10% of F-150s sold are hybrids. Ford sold an estimated 25,000-30,000 F-150 hybrids in the first half of this year, while Toyota sold 57,208 RAV4 hybrids in the same period.As U.S. legislators are pushing for an accelerated transition to EVs, Dealers have been left to bridge consumers' knowledge gaps according to panelists at the 2023 Automotive News Congress Retail Future panel. Our own Damon Lester and other Dealers highlighted key barriers to EV adoption, including range anxiety, affordability, and the challenges of establishing home charging infrastructures.Damon Lester, owner of Lester Automotive Group, emphasized the importance of charging infrastructure, stating that everyday use of an EV isn't feasible without it. He remarked, "We urge consumers to ask those types of questions because many are not looking at EV ownership through that lens." Lester proposed an expansion of incentives, suggesting, "We are urging some legislators to put a moratorium on the income-based formula for incentives, to make it open again for a certain period of time so that everyone is able to get them."Thrift store shopping has never been more popular, and it's starting to feel more native to younger generations as GoodwillFinds.com, the online platform launched by Goodwill last year, has expanded its reach to over 500 stores with the addition of four new regional members. Many Goodwill regions had previously been selling on external platforms, like eBay. GoodwillFinds offers them a direct relationship with online customers and enhanced analyticsA report from GlobalData, consumer surveys, and other sources, show 85% of shoppers have bought or sold secondhand items over the last year. 27% of them doing so for the first time.Hosts: Paul J Daly and Kyle MountsierGet the Daily Push Back email at https://www.asotu.com/ JOIN the conversation on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/asotu/ Read our most recent email at: https://www.asotu.com/media/push-back-email ASOTU Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/automotivestateoftheunion
How do we become a generous generation? Give with your whole heart, give with a healthy eye, and you have to choose to give. Give quietly, give your best, and give in response. Also, remember ultimately it's about the heart of the giver, and that God's mercy is more precious than money or anything that we own. Paradigm is a weekly gathering of Kansas City college and 20s-30s young adults who desire to see Jesus made known throughout the city! Want to come & see? Email us at email@example.com to give us a heads up so we can greet you, or just show up any Tuesday night at 7pm to grab a cup of coffee and enjoy a relaxing environment, hear messages relevant to college and young professionals, and build relationships with other young adults. Subscribe to the ParadigmKC podcast and YouTube, follow us on Instagram & Facebook, find our location, and learn more at http://paradigmkc.com/.
This week, Jason is joined by one of Bachelor Nation's biggest stars and fan favorites, Ben Higgins! In 2017, Ben co-founded Generous Coffee, a company dedicated to raising money through its operation to create jobs, feed children, improve education and empower communities to eliminate poverty around the world. Outside of his socially conscious work, he maintains a connection to the one and only Bachelor Nation by co-hosting the Bachelor focused, Almost Famous podcast with Ashley I, which has accumulated over 80+ million downloads to date. Ben gives insight to his interest in having a bigger role in the franchise, how to keep a positive outlook when not being chosen for an opportunity, his experience hosting Bachelor Live on Stage, the everchanging space of podcasting, the business model behind Generous Coffee, how Generous Coffee came to be, and why he doesn't make a salary from Generous. Ben also reveals what gives him more joy, what keeps him grounded, the legacy he hopes to leave, his investments in restaurants, how he started investing in the restaurant industry, what other industries he invests in, and what he thinks the number one source of income will be for him in 10 years. What venture has been the most lucrative? What is his restaurant group? Ben Higgins reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can't afford to miss! Host: Jason Tartick Co-Host: David Arduin Audio: Declan O'Connell Guests: Ben Higgins Stay connected with the Trading Secrets Podcast! Instagram: @tradingsecretspodcast Youtube: Trading Secrets Facebook: Join the Group All Access: Free 30-Day Trial
In this episode of the Geoff Desiato show, I audition for the 2024 season at Sight & Sound, and we take our final trip in the year of travel to Cooperstown and Niagara Falls, New York, as well as Cleveland and Canton, Ohio. I also sprinkle in some political and social commentary for good measure.
God, I need your generous forgiveness. Keywords: Forgiveness; repentence; mercy; sin; seek; find. Scripture: Isaiah 55:6-7Resource: Come With Me: Discovering the Beauty of Following Where He Leads by Suzanne Eller
Comedian, writer, producer, and actor Sabrina Jalees stars in the CBS TV show “Carol's Second Act,” Netflix's “The Comedy Lineup,” and hosts the hit Canadian dating show “Farming for Love.” Sabrina talks about how to be a great wingman or wingwoman, shares surefire tips with listeners looking for love, and how she finds affordable first-class travel. Tig and Sabrina help a listener debating whether to tell a friend that her hair looks awful, and advise a woman worried that her twin sister resents her romantic partner.This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp (go to Betterhelp.com/TIG for 10% off the first month of online therapy) and Indeed (visit indeed.com/TIG for a $75 sponsored job credit).Generous listeners make Don't Ask Tig possible. Donate today to support the show: https://support.americanpublicmedia.org/dontasktig-podcastNeed advice? Submit your question for Tig at dontasktig.org/contact.
Bishop Ken Carter says, when we are generous, we are not closed off from each other; this is for our good. When we are orthodox, we are in a right relationship with God; this is our salvation. And this is the church's mission that is spacious, adventurous, and unafraid.
Welcome to the Celestial Insights Podcast, the show that brings the stars down to Earth! Each week, astrologer, coach, and intuitive Celeste Brooks of Astrology by Celeste will be your guide. Her website is astrologybyceleste.com.