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Duck Call Room
Uncle Si Is Getting Ready to Have Surgery

Duck Call Room

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 58:08


Si is gearing up for lung surgery, and he's absolutely fascinated by the procedure. Martin has strong feelings about the baby formula crisis and the greatest theft in America. Si and John-David speculate about Jesus' blood type. The boys discuss where they'd move if they could live anywhere. Si is having fun with the Almighty. Godwin wins the day by naming the three ways to get to Alaska. And Martin offers advice to first-time expectant parents. https://nutrafol.com — Get $15 OFF your first month with promo code DUCK plus FREE shipping on EVERY order! https://truebill.com/duck — Save up to $720 a year with Truebill! - Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Silver On the Sage
Dr. David Godwin, PhD - Visiting Forester Feature

Silver On the Sage

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 66:23


Wrapping up our four part mini-series on Wildland fire and forestry with Dr. David Godwin, PhD.  I want to thank our sponsor of the mini-series, Limmer Boot Company.  Limmer believes in the power of growing communities and relationships in the outdoors, and they know that the moments of introspection and self-reliance learned there, can transform any individual. So if you're looking for your last pair of hiking boots, check out Limmerboots.com to learn more.Like many, David was so impacted by his time on staff as a Ranger, that upon returning home to college, he changed his major to focus on natural resources.  Today David is the Director of the Southern Fire Exchange program with the University of Florida School of Forest, Fisheries, and Geomatics. The Southern Fire Exchange is part of the larger Fire Science Exchange Network which exists to accelerate awareness, understanding, adoption, and implementation of readily available wildland fire science information.In 2014, David was thrilled to return as a Visiting Forester, where he shared his passion for and told the story of fire. He also utilized the site specific location, overlooking Cito Reservoir, to discuss the impacts of fire on natural resources such as water - as they say in the West: "Whiskeys for drinking, but waters for fighting over."  David also shares his experience at Black Lake, NM - where in 2013 he assisted in a prescribed fire training exchange, also known as TREX.   Lastly, David shares some great stories from his time on staff.  David remains active in Scouting, and ironically, he learned of the Zastrow Cabin being lost to the Cooks Peak fire while enrolled in a Woodbadge course in his home state of Florida. I want to thank everyone who contributed to this feature series, and especially to those working around the clock to protect lives and structures during the Hermit's Peak / Calf Canyon and Cooks Peak fires. Links for the Ben Horne Memorial and Ben Horne Memorial Prize at the University of California San Diego.Closing song by Will Kemple-Taylor titled "Unfolded.” Will grew up in Cimarron and worked on Philmont staff in a variety of roles in the early 2000s including CHQ Maintenance, PC Beaubien, PC Pueblano, and Bear Researcher. Will reminds us to consider donating to the Philmont Fire Recovery and Mitigation fund, as well as the All Together New Mexico fund, and American Red Cross local disaster relief.For more music by Will Taylor, follow him on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube. Philmont Experience:2001 Participant - OA Trail Crew Trek 2002 Ranger / Rayado Ranger2014 Philmont Visiting Forester2015 PTC Student (WFA Trainer Course)Notable Mentions:John SawykoLanceMary StueverChris SawyerTrevor LombardiBen HorneSupport the show

Plot Spackle
Slightly Better Metaverse (The Matrix)

Plot Spackle

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 77:17


Welcome, Listener.  This is your subconscious letting you know that it is time to wake up.  To help you, we bring you a movie about that very thing.  Your three guides will talk about the Matrix on today's episode.  John contemplates man's subservience to leather pants. Richard quotes philosophy, and Eric brings up Godwin's  Law. So grab your chicken flavored porridge, login to Second Life, and listen to Plot Spackle!Music: TheFatRat - Epic https://lnk.to/ftrepic

Pirate Radio 92.7FM Greenville Audio Archive
PRL 5 - 16 - 22 Cliff Godwin, Troy D, ECU Players Lounge, Brian Bailey

Pirate Radio 92.7FM Greenville Audio Archive

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 150:39


PRL 5 - 16 - 22 Cliff Godwin, Troy D, ECU Players Lounge, Brian Bailey by Pirate Radio

Rick Godwin Podcast
How To Claim God's Promises | Week 3 | Pastor Rick Godwin

Rick Godwin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 37:04


How To Claim God's Promises | Week 3 | Pastor Rick Godwin by Rick Godwin

Duck Call Room
Korie Robertson Goes Full Redneck in Debate with Bella

Duck Call Room

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 59:00


Korie breaks down her heated debate with Bella and discovers that she and Martin are the rednecks in the room. Godwin reveals what happened to his hot tub from "Duck Dynasty" and which Robertson someone mistook him for. John-David recalls the time his head went through Korie's windshield — while she was babysitting him. Martin is your surprise connection for car-cleaning tips. Korie shares the top two questions she gets wherever she goes. (Hint: They're about Uncle Si and Godwin.) And Korie and the boys have advice for someone who feels like God has forgotten about her. https://athleticgreens.com/duck — Get a FREE 1-year supply of Vitamin D & 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase! https://OmegaXL.com/DUCK — Buy one bottle and get the second bottle FREE! - Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Rock Church of Fort Myers
5.1.22 | "On Top Of It All" | Evangelist Greg Godwin

The Rock Church of Fort Myers

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 62:38


5.1.22 | "On Top Of It All" | Evangelist Greg Godwin by The Rock Church of Fort Myers

The Clarke County Democrat Podcast
Thomasville Police Report

The Clarke County Democrat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 2:30


The information for the Thomasville Police Department released by Chief Mitchell Stuckey for the week of April 25 – May 1, 2022, is listed below. Arrests 4-25-22 – Hicks, Samuel Bryant – Harassment 4-25-22 – Shaner, Robert Wesley – Harassing Communications 4-26-22 – Jackson, Cedrick Lyvone – Failure to Appear 4-28-22 – Godwin, Charles Douglas – Failure to Appear 4-29-22 – Reid, Michelle Denise – Failure to Appear (Clarke County) 5-1-22 – Hunter, Robaron Ladon – Alias Writ of Arrest (FBI) Complaints 4-25-22 – Harassing Communications – Highway 43 4-25-22 – Lost Property – Highway 5 4-25-22 – Harassment –...Article Link

Duck Call Room
Uncle Si Is So Ready for Elon Musk to Free Twitter

Duck Call Room

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 59:54


Uncle Si is pumped about Elon Musk's Twitter plans — he just has to figure out what this Twitter thing actually is. Godwin encounters a series of unfortunate events when he makes the rookie mistake of checking his carry-on. Si and Godwin are excited that the airline mask mandate is over. Si reveals what he'd do if he found $50 million. Martin and John-David introduce Si to the world of Wordle and Heardle. And Si tells the story of the deer who taught him that secondhand smoke is bad. https://bambee.com/duck — Get your FREE HR audit today! https://mvmt.com/duck — HUGE Mother's day sale: Get up to 40% OFF sitewide if you order by 5/6! - Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

ChangeMakers with Katie Goar
Episode 49 | Part Two: Carla Godwin, Executive Director, PERIS Foundation

ChangeMakers with Katie Goar

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 14:29


Katie concludes her conversation with ChangeMaker, Carla Godwin, the Executive Director of the PERIS Foundation where she raises funds, support, and awareness for PERIS Hill, an affordable housing community that includes youth in Extended Foster Care.

The Rock Church of Fort Myers
5.1.22 | "After All You've Been Through, It's Got To Happen" |Evangelist Greg Godwin

The Rock Church of Fort Myers

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 64:17


5.1.22 | "After All You've Been Through, It's Got To Happen" |Evangelist Greg Godwin by The Rock Church of Fort Myers

Inturnut - Um podcast de perguntas
Pra que discutir na Internet?

Inturnut - Um podcast de perguntas

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 39:07


Entre tretas e conflitos digitais, Peter e Bruno discutem na Internet e tentam entender se isso realmente vale a pena. Links discutidos: • Por que discutimos online? • Godwin's Law • 'Não tem como vencer' Ouça todos os episódios: www.inturnut.com Siga no Instagram: @inturnutpodcast

Silver On the Sage
Dr. Daniel Godwin, PhD - Wildland Fire Feature

Silver On the Sage

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 66:08


This episode was recorded on Saturday, April 23rd, the day after catastrophic conditions pushed the Cooks Peak Fire onto Philmont's southern region, resulting in the loss of the cabin at Zastrow, among other effects.  The introduction was recorded on Monday night April 25th: Cooks Peak Fire 54,021 acres and 18% containment.   Cooks Peak WildfireCause: Under InvestigationDate of Origin: Sunday April 17th, 2022 approx. 04:15 PMLocation: North of Ocate in Mora CountyCoordinates: 36.243 latitude, -105.038 longitudeThis fire series is sponsored by Limmer Boot Company. For over 100 years, Limmer has been known for providing the highest quality boots, built to last for generations with the only true single piece leather upper design. If you are in search for your last pair of hiking boots, owner Chris Sawyer looks forward to sharing how Limmer is different, and how his 18-year-old Limmer Lightweights have been his most trusted companions, at Philmont, while working with Type 1 Incident Management Teams on large fires during graduate school, and on adventures around the globe. Check out the reviews online and visit limmerboots.com to learn more!To begin this feature series, I talk with Philmont staff alumni, Daniel Godwin.  Daniel is currently the Director of Programs and Partnerships for The Ember Alliance out of Fort Collins, CO.  Daniel has a PhD in fire ecology and extensive experience as a wildland firefighter.  He is dedicated to continued implementation and management of safe and ecologically appropriate prescribed fire.In this episode Daniel discusses wildland fire from a critical lens.  He shares the controversial history of fire management, how fire severity is measured and its effects on landscape, what it's like to be in the burn fighting a fire, climate change and considerations for the future.  As an OATC participant in 2003, Daniel fell in love with the West.  He has since dedicated his life and career to working and protecting this landscape.  The change that fire brings is and can be destructive and scary.  But it can also be a source of life.  It can be a tool to help facilitate optimal health and natural beauty of the land.To everyone dedicating countless hours to fight the Cooks Peak Fire and work to keep Philmont's resources thriving and impacting lives - thank you, and be safe out there. Daniel's Philmont Experience:2003 - OATC Participant2004 & 2005 - RangerNotable Mentions:Lee HughesRick SmithFidgit - Bethany HughesKatie NuesslyPonil Complex Fire 2002Whites Peak Fire 2013Ute Park Fire 2018Cooks Peak Fire 2022Grassroots Wildland FirefightersTim Hart Wildland Firefighter Classification and Pay Parity ActInfrastructure Investment and Jobs ActThe Black Kite - aka the Australian FirehawkClosing song: The Mountain by The Calico StraySupport the show (https://pod.fan/silveronthesagepodcast)

ChangeMakers with Katie Goar
Episode 49 | Part One: Carla Godwin, Executive Director, PERIS Foundation

ChangeMakers with Katie Goar

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 15:57


This week's ChangeMaker is Carla Godwin, the Executive Director of the PERIS Foundation where she raises funds, support, and awareness for PERIS Hill, an affordable housing community that includes youth in Extended Foster Care. Prior to joining PERIS, Carla worked in the non-profit sector as the founder and director of an organization committed to promoting gender equity and inclusion in faith spaces.

Duck Call Room
Uncle Si Has the Wildest Late-Night Habit

Duck Call Room

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 59:52


Martin reveals one of Si's hilarious late-night habits. Godwin is scarred by two days without power. Si claims his body spray is a woman magnet, but there's another reason his wife, Christine, loves it so much. Martin soaks up fan advice on raising twins. Si remembers discovering something truly unfortunate while eating turtle soup. And John-David digs into the mailbag to give advice to a guy thinking of getting married before he graduates college. https://helixsleep.com/duck — Get up to $200 off all mattress orders AND 2 free pillows! https://OmegaXL.com/DUCK — Buy one bottle and get the second bottle FREE! - Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Apostles Eastern Shore Sermons
Good Friday | Susan Godwin | April 15, 2022

Apostles Eastern Shore Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 13:09


The Rock Church of Fort Myers
4.12.22 | "The Mystery of Picking Up The Pieces" | Evangelist Greg Godwin

The Rock Church of Fort Myers

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 93:37


4.12.22 | "The Mystery of Picking Up The Pieces" | Evangelist Greg Godwin by The Rock Church of Fort Myers

The Rock Church of Fort Myers
4.10.22 | "The Enforcers Are Coming" | Evangelist Greg Godwin

The Rock Church of Fort Myers

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 58:00


4.10.22 | "The Enforcers Are Coming" | Evangelist Greg Godwin by The Rock Church of Fort Myers

New Life Church Sermons
The Infallible Proofs of the Resurrection (Evg. Greg Godwin)

New Life Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 39:55


The devil is defeated, and our victory is guarantee with Jesus! Listen to Easter's message by Evangelist Greg Godwin!

Black Girl Couch Reviews
Vikings: Valhalla: Episode 8 ”The End of the Beginning”

Black Girl Couch Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2022 100:04


Vikings: Valhalla: Episode 8 "The End of the Beginning" Olaf and Kåre gather their forces to invade Kattegat; palace intrigue over control of England's throne results in an unexpected turn of events.   Scorecard:  9.6/10     References: https://www.worldhistory.org/Leif_Erikson/ , https://www.vikingeskibsmuseet.dk/en/professions/education/viking-age-people/historical-characters/harald-hardrada-of-norway, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Godwin,_Earl_of_Wessex, https://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Canute_the_Great#:~:text=As%20King%20of%20England%2C%20Canute,72%2C000%20that%20same%20year%5B2%5D , https://www.bl.uk/people/queen-emma, https://blog.vkngjewelry.com/en/freydis-eiriksdottir/     Feedback : blackgirlcouch@gmail.com (audio MP4 or written) Twitter: BlackGirl_Couch   Tumblr: slowlandrogynousmiracle  

The Music Ally Podcast
Music Ally Focus #55: developing a new generation of African music entrepreneurs – with Music Business Academy for Africa's Godwin Tom and Elizabeth Sobowale.

The Music Ally Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 31:57


We warmly welcome Godwin Tom and Elizabeth Sobowale to talk about developing the next generation of music industry executives in Africa. They oversee Music Business Academy (MBA) for Africa – a training program that aims to develop that next generation. Godwin is CEO of iManage Africa and Elizabeth is Programme Director of MBA for Africa, which has developed the program in partnership with Music Ally and Dr. Carlos Chirinos of the Music Business Department at the New York University. Runs between July and November 2022, the program will teach students about a range of music business trends and technologies, as well as giving them hands-on experience in releasing and promoting music to create sustainable careers for artists. We wanted to talk to Elizabeth and Godwin about the changes they have seen in the African markets, the kind of training and education needed to develop the people who work in the industries there, and their thoughts on the future of the African music industry – and the music itself. Music Business Academy for Africa: https://musicbusinessafrica.org Godwin Tom: https://www.instagram.com/godwintom Elizabeth Sobowale: https://www.instagram.com/elizabeth_sho CIIF Africa: https://www.instagram.com/ciif.africa -------

Duck Call Room
Justin Martin & His Wife Are Having TWINS!

Duck Call Room

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 59:57


Uncle Si's mind is blown when Martin reveals that he and his wife have TWO babies on the way. Martin is terrified, ecstatic, and looking to Godwin for dad joke training, and John-David is already lining up babysitters. Si reminisces about the first time his wife found out she was pregnant. And the boys offer up advice to a dad who's torn between working and going to church on Sundays. https://novo.co/duck — Sign up for free business checking right now & get access to $5,000 in perks and discounts! https://athleticgreens.com/duck — Get a FREE 1-year supply of Vitamin D & 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase! - Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Rock Church of Fort Myers
4.10.22 | "Come Out Come Out Wherever You Are" | Evangelist Greg Godwin

The Rock Church of Fort Myers

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2022 63:50


4.10.22 | "Come Out Come Out Wherever You Are" | Evangelist Greg Godwin by The Rock Church of Fort Myers

Duck Call Room
Uncle Si's Famous Tea Cup Might Be Gone for Good

Duck Call Room

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 58:03


Si finally addresses why his iconic tea tumbler has gone missing. Godwin convinces everyone to talk without using their tongues. Martin's new shirt with a ruler on it has John-David completely captivated . John-David has to take a new route when he takes his kids to school just to avoid flags with expletives. Si talks about what our military fights for and how he was treated when he returned from Vietnam. And the boys have advice on what verse to use when you officiate a wedding and how to know it's the right time to have kids. https://mvmt.com/duck — Get 15% OFF today plus FREE shipping and FREE returns! https://www.cubii.com/duck — Uncle Si LOVES his Cubii. Try it risk-free for 30 days & get FREE shipping! https://sofhold.com/ — Get 10% OFF your entire order with promo code DUCK!  - Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Masters of Baseball
Cliff Godwin

Masters of Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 48:02


Cliff Godwin, Head Baseball Coach - East Carolina University

Super Ciné Battle
Super Ciné Battle 167 : Point Godwin de la SF

Super Ciné Battle

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 77:46


Episode 167 de Super Ciné Battle, le podcast où nous établissons le classement ultime du cinéma. Nous prenons vos listes que vous nous adressez pour les classer, du meilleur au pire afin d'obtenir LA liste ultime. Note: on est toujours en mode hebdomadaire ! Season finale pour les 80's ! Les années 80 se terminent sur un épisode pas du tout politique. On espère que vous l'apprécierez. On attend vos listes de TROIS flms des années 19X0 à supercinebattle (at) gmail (point) com. Hé oui, la prochaine décennie est une surprise. N'hésitez pas à nous renvoyer vos anciennes mises à jour ou d'autres encore. Soyez originaux, soyez bons, changez rien. Bonus sonore : Khaled Freak, Pénélope (Remix) Les recommandations (vers 1h03). Stéphane : un hommage à Taylor Hawkins Daniel : le manga Sakamoto Days Un immense merci à tous ceux qui nous soutiennent sur Patreon ! Become a Patron!

The Rock Church of Fort Myers
3.29.22 | "Get In The Flow" | Evangelist Greg Godwin

The Rock Church of Fort Myers

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 87:43


3.29.22 | "Get In The Flow" | Evangelist Greg Godwin by The Rock Church of Fort Myers

The Rock Church of Fort Myers
3.27.22 | "Kingdom Movement" | Evangelist Greg Godwin

The Rock Church of Fort Myers

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 63:45


3.27.22 | "Kingdom Movement" | Evangelist Greg Godwin by The Rock Church of Fort Myers

Duck Call Room
This Is Why Uncle Si Wants a Chevy

Duck Call Room

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 60:13


Si is amazed by the way a Chevy truck can get you out of an iffy situation. Godwin reveals his secret to a successful marriage, and it makes a lot of scents. Si watches the news and declares the world completely insane. Martin is excited about getting John-David hooked on "Ted Lasso." And the boys tackle dirty entertainment and tricky in-law situations. https://www.stamps.com - Get 4-week free trial + free postage + a digital scale with promo code DUCK https://getsunday.com/unclesi20 — Get 20% OFF right now! Your yard will thank you. https://OmegaXL.com/DUCK — Buy one bottle and get the second bottle FREE! - Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

“54 Days of Roses”
Day 32 - Sorrowful Mysteries in Thanksgiving

“54 Days of Roses”

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2022 35:13


Hello Family,Thank you for joining today's Rosary prayer. This is day 32 of our 54-day Rosary Novena. Saturday of the third week of Lent.I want to thank everyone who has rated our podcast. Thank you for giving our podcast five stars. Thank you, Simply-Mar, for your lovely review. Christine Cassivi, thank you for your donation and for paying it forward towards next season.My hope and prayer are to publish another season of 54 days of roses. I ask for your help with a donation to pay forward. Our goal is to raise $3,000. This would help me cover the fees for editing, design, subscriptions to all the podcast platforms, and other expenses. On my end, I will continue to cover the cost, but this podcast belongs to everyone who is listening. I do want to allow everyone to pay it forward. About 522 people are listening daily; if everyone listening to this episode pays it forward with $5 the cost of a cup of coffee, we will be set to fund season 7. We have currently raised USD 965. If you are called to pay it forward. Please visit our website. You will see a tab "support Season 6" I forgot to change the tab's name to season 7. But there, you can make your donation. For those in the US, you can also pay it forward through Venmo. The username is @Novena54daysofroses. the links are listed in the show notesI appreciate everyone here for supporting our ministry and helping us pray for our Family's intentions.Day 32;  Sorrowful Mysteries in Thanksgiving Let us pray the Sorrowful Mysteries in Thanksgiving.  Blessed Mother, Queen of the Most Holy Rosary, we ask that you intercede for us as we pray to have our hearts opened to the will of God.In this season of Lent, Blessed Mother, we pray that God may come more fully and deeply into our lives. Our Lady, Queen of Peace, we pray for the people of Ukraine, Russia, and all nations in conflict.We pray for the Intentions received by email, Instagram, and Youtube. We pray for the intentions of everyone listening to this rosary prayer. For: Colleen, Cat, Valery, Johnny, Olivia, Ogar, Godwin, Gayle, Jasmin, Somtochukwu, Karla, Monica, Beatriz, Mila, Madelyn, Deb, Sophie, Amal, Michael, Stephanie.With love,Maritza MendezWebsite:https://www.54daysofroses.com/Support our Ministry:https://www.54daysofroses.com/supports6Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/54daysofroses/Coffee with Roses:https://calendly.com/54daysofroses/coffee_with_roses2Linktreehttps://linktr.ee/54daysofrosesVenmohttps://account.venmo.com/u/Novena54DaysofRosesAudio Engineerhttps://luisaperez238.wixsite.com/portafolioThe song "Meditation 2" created by Patrick Buddehttps://www.patrickbudde.com

“54 Days of Roses”
Day 31 - Joyful Mysteries in Thanksgiving

“54 Days of Roses”

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 32:50


Hello Family,Thank you for joining today's Rosary prayer. This is day 31 of our 54-day Rosary Novena. Today we also celebrate the solemnity of the Annunciation of the Lord. It is the announcement by the Angel Gabriel to our Blessed Mother that she would conceive and become the mother of Jesus, the Son of God.Just a quick reminder that we have our meet and greet, "Coffee with Roses" tomorrow Saturday March 26 at 7am PT. The link to the invitation is listed in the show notes.  Once you register, you will receive a link to our Zoom meeting.  the password is rose54https://calendly.com/54daysofroses/coffee_with_roses2?month=2022-03Day 31;  Joyful Mysteries in Thanksgiving Let us pray the Joyful Mysteries in Thanksgiving.  Blessed Mother, Queen of the Most Holy Rosary, we ask that you intercede for us as we pray to have our hearts opened to the will of God.Blessed Mother, in this season of Lent may the Lord lead us to a deeper conversion & repentance of our sins. May we listen attentively so that we may find find our "Yes" in our Faith,Our Lady, Queen of Peace, we pray for the people of Ukraine, Russia, and all nations in conflict. We pray for the Intentions received by email, Instagram, and Youtube.We pray for the intentions of everyone listening to this rosary prayer. For: Aimee, Julian, Paola, John, Cassandra, Sarah, Olivia, Stephanie, Godwin, Maria, Kristina, Georgina, Amber, Bobbie and Katie, Bea, Allena.With love,Maritza MendezWebsite:https://www.54daysofroses.com/Support our Ministry:https://www.54daysofroses.com/supports6Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/54daysofroses/Coffee with Roses:https://calendly.com/54daysofroses/coffee_with_roses2Linktreehttps://linktr.ee/54daysofrosesVenmohttps://account.venmo.com/u/Novena54DaysofRosesAudio Engineerhttps://luisaperez238.wixsite.com/portafolioThe song "Meditation 2" created by Patrick Buddehttps://www.patrickbudde.com

Daily Short Stories - Science Fiction
The Nothing Equation - Tom Godwin

Daily Short Stories - Science Fiction

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 21:21


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Crews Control
87: A Rose From Godwin with Clorton "Chlorophyll" Phillips (Sam Goldberg)

Crews Control

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 49:55


Grant gets in hot water with Legal and shrinks the Dink, Leo eats forbidden lettuce and gets violently booped on the snoot, and Dorsch gets swoll(en) and goes clearance shopping. Joining the Crew this week is Plant Master Clorton "Chlorophyll" Phillips (Sam Goldberg). Clorton and the Crew chat about the Onion Union, the tragic story of Marigold Monroe, and cheap shaving products. Questions, comments, or the desire to chat? You can reach the crew at Crewscontrolpodcast@gmail.comWe're mostly on Instagram @crewscontrolpodcastFind us on slightly on Twitter @PodCrewsControlCheck out our woefully undermanaged TikTok @crewscontrolpodcastIf you like the show, help us grow! Rate, review, and subscribe on Apple Podcasts and Dorsch will bake you an authentic Moosekrainian cake!Cover art by Dave BenderTheme composed by Steve SarroA part of the Asylum Podcast Network.(We can't promise that Dorsch won't eat your authentic Moosekrainian cake)

The Rock Church of Fort Myers
3.22.22 | "Yoke Destroying Anointing For The End Time" | Evangelist Greg Godwin

The Rock Church of Fort Myers

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 70:35


3.22.22 | "Yoke Destroying Anointing For The End Time" | Evangelist Greg Godwin by The Rock Church of Fort Myers

Women World Leaders' Podcast
253. Empowering Lives with Purpose, Interview with Candace Kirkpatrick

Women World Leaders' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 33:04


Women World Leaders' Candace Kirkpatrick is a faith-based actress in television and film, but her career wasn't always focused on faith-based films.   Candace shares her story of surrendering her career choices and receiving God's provision of a lifetime dream. This podcast interview will inspire you and encourage you in your own journey of faith to always do what is right. (Originally aired Feb. 2021)   ******** Kimberly Hobbs   Welcome to empowering lives with purpose. And I'm your host, Kimberly Hobbs. I'm the founder of Women world leaders. And we are just so happy that you are here today and I'd love to welcome our guest, Candace Kirkpatrick. Welcome, Candace. Candace Kirkpatrick   Hello there. Thanks for having me, Kimberly, I'm happy to be here. Kimberly Hobbs   And we are so happy that you've joined us. And ladies, we are happy to all come together and for a greater purpose. Our purpose here with these podcast series is to encourage you, strengthen you and empower you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. So a verse that I always love to open up with is Ephesians 210, talking about us being God's masterpiece, because each one of us are his masterpiece. But today I want to open with our verse from women, world leaders, which is right there. Ephesians 320, unto him, who's able to do exceedingly, abundantly above all we can ask or imagine, according to the power that's at work within us. And we truly believe ladies that when you allow that power of the Holy Spirit to work within each and every one of you, God is going to do exceedingly, abundantly above what you can imagine in your life. So to start off, today, I want to share a little bit about our guest, Candace, she is first and foremost a Christ follower. And she is a wife, a mom, she loves to serve Jesus in her calling, which is acting, she's an actress. So as a well known actress in film, and television, Candice has a story behind it all, where she is now in what she is doing in her industry, and how she is here on this podcast to encourage each and every one of you. That's what we're all about is encouraging, right? And we do that by sharing our stories. And God has given us each a story. We believe that with all of our heart, so what is your story? And hopefully you'll be thinking about that today. As Candace shares a little bit about her story. Her parents were divorced at a young age, she was only like four. And they dropped her at nursery school where she began acting in the first grade. And she loved it so much. She continued acting all throughout school, and she graduated high school valedictorian of her whole class. Then she received a full ride on to college, where she studied the arts. And she got received a bachelor's and a master's while at college, and also graduated valedictorian of her college. And that's an achievement. Candace. That's amazing. We are so happy to have you. Man, she started attending top acting schools. She got an agent, she moved to New York, where she started doing different things with her career. She's done shows abroad in London. And she's really, she's received recurring acting parts on soap operas. And all of this, she's done as her faith and walk in Christ continued to grow. So in her love of this industry, some of her acting brought her to various parts. And I wanted to start here and let Candace open up about this. All of the sudden change that God was speaking to her in her life through receiving some of these parts that she was auditioning for. So Candace, please share with us a little bit about that. Candace Kirkpatrick   Hi, okay, great. Um, after I got my master's, I was at one program for my Bachelor's a different program for my master's, where I did years of Sanford Meisner training. Then I moved to New York got the agent, like you said, and I was doing a lot of work off Broadway and traveling around the world doing shows, including London, as you said, as well as Ukraine. And then I was getting small parts and TV and film these little bitty recurring roles, nothing substantial. But when I came back from my show in London, that is when I started getting more larger roles. And one of them my agent had set me up for a role that had come from Toronto. And it was a huge success in Toronto. And he said, you know, they'd like to see you do take over one of the roles, and I went and saw it. And it was offensive. And I can't say anything nice about it. And so I spoke with my agent and said, I'm sorry, I can't do that. And he's like, Oh, you need to it's very successful. It's very popular. And I said, Have you seen it? And he said, No, I haven't. And I said, please see it. And then he said, You need to separate your religion from your work, oh, boy hurt. And I said, What you go see it, and then we'll discuss it. But that didn't go over very well, then I was also getting some roles, and now in larger roles in TV, and film. And I didn't even know my character, I didn't have a problem with the the character I was portraying the message that the audience would take away what you know, I didn't agree with. And, again, I went to my agent, and he was like, Well, if you won't do it, we'll get somebody who will somebody else who will. So at one point, I honestly thought, oh, I should go ahead and do this. And then I can take that money and use it for something that would honor the Lord. And the Lord spoke to me very clearly, to obey is better than sacrifice and in your can, in your case, Candace, to obey is better than compromise. I don't want you to compromise. Obedience, which is interesting, that word obedience, because I hope I come back to it at the end. Because that's something you know, just radical obedience. So I just laid this script before the Lord and I was like, Lord, I want to honor you, I want my life to honor you. And so some of the things that I was looking at, in that I was reading that before I had just thought was brilliant writing. Now, it was, um, I'm causing this tension in my in my spirit. Because I saw this as even though you could say, I mean, there are a lot of incredible writers. But unless you know who you're grounded in, in the bore, what comes out May not be edifying, and will not be building up of anyone or giving you a message of hope. And so that is when I seriously, I met with pastors and others to say, Okay, I need Godly counsel right now. Because, as you said, I had I started acting when I was three before I even got into first grade. And then I had done that my entire life for, you know, through middle school, elementary school, high school, college graduates. So to say, Lord, are you calling me away from this? And that is when he surrounded me with some prayer warriors. Kimberly Hobbs   Wow. Well, that that's huge. Because you are at a point in your life where you are like, Okay, do I sacrifice, the love of my life, what I was doing, to walk away, like you said, and not compromise in this, you know, World of this career that I've built, and then follow after God's heart. And so I'm sure that struggle was there, and you needed women to surround you and pray for you and, and others. So, so you did you, you sacrificed, and you became a mom, you raised a family, you started doing some things through these this 20 year journey of moving away from your career at this point for just a little bit, although I think you're going to share with us some of the things that happened through those 20 years, which are pretty cool. So let's go there. Candace Kirkpatrick   All right. Well, I am sure much counsel, as I said, from pastors, as well, as I had, I was leading some women's prayer, prayer ministries and Bible studies. As I was praying about exiting this industry, and two women that I was very close with came over almost every day to pray with me that I would just delight myself in the Lord that I would love what he had for me, and then I would trust him. And so I was newly married at the time, so I invested in my marriage, we decided worried about having a family, I didn't want anyone raising my family as you stated, you know, I was four when my parents got divorced. And we went between back and forth between our parents. So I wanted to make sure that I was intentional in my children's lives that no one else was raising them. And so during that time, I just continued to pray, Lord, use me however you wish to use me. So I continue to teach. I think I have taught Bible for more than two decades, I was leading prayer ministries within their schools. And I was writing and directing place for searches, as well as like, I did this huge, musical, as well as play for churches. And I was also directing their vacation bible school during the summer and helping write scripts or rewrite scripts and direct for that God was Kimberly Hobbs   still giving you those, those desires of your heart to play them out. But it was just in a different role right now, because you were now a wife and a mom. And so you had the best of both worlds being able to do this, but doing it as a wife and a mom, but I think that's beautiful. Candace Kirkpatrick   Yeah. And, and also, I do think it's important. I mean, you know, when he says, Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he's old, he will not depart from it. Proverbs 22, six, Amen. Yes. And so I think, to get the word in the child is important. Mm hmm. And I, and I think to, for kids to have a love for the Lord. They can't be just do's and don'ts, Do this, don't do this, don't do this. But when you open up the world to them, like to me, when I read the Bible, it leaps off the page, I just invade everything. It is a live action adventure. And so when you are doing that, and you're presenting these writing scripts, or something where you're bringing the Bible to life, then you're opening up a world for them, to hopefully fall madly in love with the Lord and with His Word. And that was, My desire is that not just my own children, but children at their schools, because I was directing for their schools as well, and for the churches and stuff like that, that they have this love for God. So Kimberly Hobbs   I love that about you, Candace, you are passionate about pouring into others through what you do. And you found that way to do it while you were raising your children because of the importance of pouring in. And one of the ways I know you are very passionate about studying in the Word, and being a mom in teaching your children about this. But another area that you are passionate in, in why you are where you are today, walking with the Lord talking with the Lord, is because of the importance of prayer in your life, Candace. And because of that importance, I know that somebody's near and dear to you in the movie, the War Room, which, again, you had your ties in with that movie, but you, you developed your own prayer room, in your home. And I thought, wow, this is really neat, where you go to that prayer room on a regular basis, you communicate with the Lord, you have two sides of this closet set up. So I wanted you to share with the women right now the importance of prayer in our life and why it brings us on to what we can do for the Lord, how we can serve Him if we're in communication with him. Candace Kirkpatrick   Yes. My prayer closet is extremely important to me. And I need to I really want to clarify this. I have been a prayer warrior for as long as I can remember, it's it's breathing to me, I want to be in constant communion with the Lord. Because as Peter said, where else where we go, Lord, for you alone have the word of life. So there's nowhere else I can go. But a tragedy happened in my family in 2018. And it just sent me level on the floor before the Lord. And I mean, you know, I couldn't even draw breath it was and so I can't even describe it. And then I realized, you know, I was not just praying for exams and friendships and you know, for my kids and safety and protection, I was praying on a far deeper level. Okay. And when you mentioned the War Room, I was not a part of that film at all. But I have done. I'm doing a TV pilot with Karen Abercrombie, who is plays Miss Claire of the War Room. So she is an incredible, amazing woman. And I need to share that she is more fiery more passionate in real life than she is in that film. So that just gives you an idea what she is like she's phenomenal. And her passion for the Lord is line love it. Kimberly Hobbs   I love it. I just have to share this because now that you brought that up in women, world leaders, we in our Facebook group every day we write empowering words to encourage and strengthen the women. And I have shown Miss Karen Abercrombie, who what is her name and the move is Clara, this Clara. I have played that that stint in the kitchen over and over I put it on women world leaders, because when when I get riled up and I'm writing, you know, and I'm passionate about something I'm saying and I'm like we are going to prayer over this or we're doing this, I put that clip on the bottom. And it just inspires the lady. So I'm tickled just like Candace Kirkpatrick   you should know she's more passionate than that character. Oh my goodness. And so randomly, she just calls me to send me love, love, love, love, love, love, love, love, love. So anyway, I love that I'm blessed because of her. But anyway, because that movie prompted me with this tragedy to make a prayer closet. And that's what I did. So I shared I don't have a luxury have a very small closet. I didn't like take out all my clothes. I just moved everything over. And I have two walls. One is praying how God views work. And there are hundreds of scriptures hundreds of how important work is to God. You know, the he has created work in advance for us to do you know, he has already got it. And I don't want to miss what he's called me into. You know what I mean? Right? All these things lined up and he's already purposed for it. I want to be Lord, I'm here. I'm here. willing vessel use me use me right here. But then my other side is praying for loved ones. Last ones, unsaved ones, families with going through health issues, cancer, tragedies, death, rebellious children, divorces everything. And so I have each side, plastered with scriptures like almost from the floor to two thirds of the wall. That's beautiful. And then I have ticker tapes running. One is a prayer request and one is a praises. And then I've got about 10 or 15 books in there devotionals that I do along with my Bible. And I journal I want to promote this here. I'm promoting you see this. And in pew. This is a guided discipline in prayer. Because it helps you because a lot of people don't know, like, where do I start? I'm overwhelmed. You know? This is like, I'm just sharing it because it's the Lord's placed on me. What are the circumstances? It says, what are the circumstances? What just happened? And so this is, what are the lies the enemy is telling me? That's the second part. The third one is How am I feeling about this? There's an index with 200 500 I'm feeling this because a lot of times you may be feeling like 50 different ways. This is how I'm feeling. Okay. And then it says, And this is what Jesus says about it. And the Holy Spirit just download scripture. And I just like this is what Jesus says about it. This is what Jesus says about it. And this is what he says about it. And then on the other side is adoration, confession, thanksgiving supper, supplication, the axe prayer thing. Yep. Those are all important parts of prayer. And they are in my prayer closet with me. Because I cannot go operate in my flesh in a world that is broken. I so much want to be filled by His Spirit, armored up like in Ephesians six that I have on the full armor of God. So that when I go into a situation I am Lord, You are speaking through me you will use me and then I will just be an instrument for your glory. Because ladies about me, I gotta constantly remind myself remove myself. Get him and he cares About every single person I encounter, whether that person is walking with him or not. He cares. So how can I be his arms and feet and light and joy? And love? If I'm not staying? You know, he says, I am the vine, you are the branch Remain in me and you will bear much fruit but apart from me, you will do nothing. That's right. I want to be I want to be making a lot of fruit. Man, girl, am I gonna happen if I am tethered by him anchor in the vine. And so I spend a lot of time because there's so many things I can't fix them solve. And I'm like, Lord, alright, you got to take care of it. And I'm gonna rest in you, but I got to be prayed up. So Kimberly Hobbs   Amen. And that. That's my point. You know, communication with God is key ladies key. And we all need to have that place where we know that we're going to go to the Lord every day. It's not just when problems come that you go to Him in prayer. No, you develop that relationship, and you pray continuously. And if it means taking a designated area where you walk by in your house every day and say, I need to get in that room. I haven't been in there all day. Because we shouldn't let a day go by that we're not praying and communicating to our Heavenly Father. That is how he's going to speak to us. That is how he's going to change our life. That is how he's going to prepare us for the future for what he wants to do in and through you. So please, ladies, make it a point to get this prayer closet. Down. I go in my pantry every day. And I know it sounds funny, but I have a walk in pantry. And I can go in there and I can shut out the world. And because usually it's my kitchen being my domain, but the pantry is that place where I shut the door and block everything else out. And I just focus in there. And I go to the Lord in prayer. And I talked to him. I was in there three times already today. So it's corny ladies, right? It's important to be in our prayer closet. So though, Candace, so through all of this communication with the Lord in His 20 year journey, this is so exciting to say that God brought you to now a new acting place. Now you are in faith based only and you are a voice. God's given you a voice to help tell stories to help others share their stories, and you want to be His hands and His feet. And so like I said, God's been preparing you it doesn't happen overnight. Ladies, it's a constant daily walk with the Lord. And before you know it, you're walking right into your beautiful purpose that God has prepared just for you. So Candace share about that, you know, you're now you're in faith base. I know we have to be closing up in a minute. But it's like, here we are. So let's talk about now you're doing what God has called you to for him? Candace Kirkpatrick   Well, I pray that he's, I mean, he's still working on me, I you know, He who began a good work and us well carried on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus, that's Philippians, one, six, so he's still working on me. There's prayers that he hasn't answered yet. Or he's answering in some phenomenal way that I can't even fathom, which I'm excited about to see how he's going to work. And in 2018, he opened the door for me to go into faith based entertainment. And I said to him, Lord, if you ever call me back into this industry, may I honor you? And that's what, you know, there are people who do not do secular work, and God uses them to minister to people on those sets. Okay. So I look, I did look at the content, I tried to look at the message I tried to see what is the point that the writer is trying to get across what is the director's intent, and I read up on it, and he's opened some doors for me, that her clearly his, his not my doing, that had become directly from him. And I you know, there's a saying, sometimes I just smile and look up and go, Yeah, that was you. God knows you God. And that's it. You know, because I go, Yeah, that was you. And so he's to Kimberly Hobbs   do it. Psalm. Psalm 18, verse 30, says, God's way is perfect. Yeah. So maybe back 20 years ago, you were doing it the way of the world but God's way is perfect. And now you're in faith based Godwin's perfect. All the Lord's promises are true. Psalm 1830. Yes. Candace Kirkpatrick   Well, I he, you know, I'm working on the faith based crime drama, vindication. I have a recurring role on that, which is fun. It's not like the normal dramatic roles I play. It's a quirky OCD character. I love it. I got to do this TV pilot with Karen Abercrombie of the War Room, and Cameron Arnett of overcomer. Hopefully that'll get picked up. I'm supposed to be working on a film called Love one another about racism and how we deal with it in the church. So I'm thankful for that. But in the meantime, I mean, I'm not I'm not anxious, I'm not nervous. I'm just like, Lord, bring me to whatever you want to close doors, open doors. And in the meantime, I wouldn't go back to praying. That's what I pray. And I fled. I don't let the world in so much. If I'm not listening to uplifting Christian music, I'm listening to my Bible app on, you know, on my head, that I'm listening to women, faith based writers who are encouraging, you know, your identity in Christ, Kimberly Hobbs   and you're embracing everything that God has for you. And that's what we need to do women is embrace everything that God has for us keep our eyes fixed on the Lord, right? Yeah, it's a focus. It's fixed on the Lord. How do you do that? You're in His Word. You're talking to him. So yes, Candice. So we have to wrap it up. But I just want you to give that encouragement right now to the woman that's listening right now. What can you speak into her life, about moving into all the fullness that God has for her? Candace Kirkpatrick   Well, the first thing I would say, know that the Lord loves you, intimately. He is intimately acquainted with you, He knows every hair on your head, he has your name engraved on the palm of your hands. So seek him before you turn on the television or anything else. Go to his word before you call up a friend and want to complain about something, go to him and say, Lord, you know how that stung that hurt that bothered me. And just have him fill you up with how tremendously he loves you and wants a relationship with you. And then surround yourself with godly women who were chasing after Jesus, and have a prayer ministry this morning with a group of women. And I am in constant prayer. Like I have time phone calls throughout the day that I pray with different women around the world because we're in different time zones. People who are pursuing Christ, because we live in a broken world, but we are be the salt and light. And it's hard to be salt and light, if we're not being constantly filled up with him. So at the same saturate yourself in the world, pray, pour out your heart to Him, there's nothing he doesn't know. Just pour out your heart to Him, He will FILL you and give you tremendous joy in the midst of some very hard circumstances. And if you if you need a buddy, call it somebody you know, is a prayer warrior, who was following hard after Christ, to say I need your help to lock arms with me. And we will go to battle together. And that's what I want to encourage. Kimberly Hobbs   Amen. And thank you for that encouragement, Candace. And just as Candice connected with women, world leaders, we love that God brought her to this amazing group of women. And that's why we're here ladies is to be that help to you to reach out in all these different areas. There's women walking through what you're walking through, there's women that are here, just to be helped other women. We're here as a as a way to help each other and in Canada, so wonderfully, was led by the Lord to be here doing this podcast right now as an encouragement to you. Maybe God has a story in your life that you're going to share somehow, some way in, in our magazine in a book that we're putting out, or whatever it may be. But God has a way to use each and every one of you to do not doubt that. If your old way of living is leaving you feeling spiritually dull and dead inside, then it may be time for you to surrender everything to Jesus, just like Candace did. She knew that time that things were not going in this direction that her life was going with the world. God didn't want that for her. So she surrendered. And she changed her heart. And God gave her this passion to serve others, and now she's doing it for him. And we are so grateful that you shared. I wanted to share a scripture portion that I thought was so cool. And kind of goes right along with what we're talking about Canvas. It says our great desire is that you will keep on loving others as long as life lasts in order to make certain that what you hope for will come true, then you will not become spiritually dull or indifferent. Instead, you We'll follow the example of those who are going to inherit God's promises because of their faith and endurance. That's Hebrews 611 and 12. So in your sphere of influence, ladies think about that. Candace is spheres of influence became her husband and family and then those that God connected her to at that time, and then he opened up her world. And now she's doing all of this faith based way of reaching the loss for Jesus. So whatever your gift that God has given you, it may not look like canvases, it's your own. A verse that I heard Candace share in a past podcast that I wanted to share too, is Colossians 317, which says, Whatever you do, in word or deed, do it for His glory. So we just want to share that with you as well and encourage you with whatever you're doing, just make sure you're doing it for the Lord Jesus Christ with the right heart and the right content. So in closing, I just want to share with you all that we have a magazine that just launched recently, it's a monthly magazine. And if you are looking for extra encouragement, and just a word from the Lord, there's scriptures in here, this is put out by women, it's called voice of truth, which comes out every month, and put out by women, all kinds of wonderful nuggets inside that will inspire you encourage you in the Lord Jesus Christ, and you can receive your free monthly copy by going to women world leaders.com. And there you can go to the Contact Us section, and put all your information in and we will be happy to start sending you your copy of voice of Truth magazine. Ladies, you can also join us on our Facebook group where we interact and comments. And it is a private group. So just ask to be invited in. Also we have the website, women world leaders.com, where if you need prayer, or if you need another woman to come along beside you, we can help you with that. So just put in a prayer request. And we have tools there ladies. So these are open and available to each and every one of you, wherever you are. We just love you. We want to help you and from his heart to yours. We are women moral leaders, Candace Kirkpatrick, I thank you so much for being here. And you can find Candice Kirkpatrick at what is your website?

Black Girl Couch Reviews
Netflix Vikings: Valhalla ”The Bridge”

Black Girl Couch Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 36:12


Vikings: Valhalla: Episode 4 "The Bridge"  Leif proposes an audacious assault on London, one that Emma and Godwin fear their brash and headstrong boy-king, Edmund, will be too reckless to defeat.   Scorecard: 9/10   Feedback : blackgirlcouch@gmail.com (audio MP4 or written) Twitter: BlackGirl_Couch   Tumblr: slowlandrogynousmiracle

Bucs Pewter Nation Podcast
Pewter Report Podcast: Bucs Lock Up Godwin Long Term, Clear Cap Space For More Moves?

Bucs Pewter Nation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 66:07


The Pewter Report crew reacts to Chris Godwin's 3-year extension with the Bucs in episode 508. Are the Bucs clearing cap room for another significant move? Should Tampa Bay have interest in Fletcher Cox or Z'Darius Smith? When does the defense get some free agent help?

The Blue-White Podcast: A Penn State Athletics Podcast
BWI Daily: Sandy Barbour retires and Sam Sessoms enters transfer portal

The Blue-White Podcast: A Penn State Athletics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 69:45


Penn State athletics is moving into the future, searching for a new athletic director. That, and several other topics are the subject of the BWI Daily Edition today. Host Thomas Frank Carr and Senior Editor Nate Bauer, also take questions from the audience during their weekly mailbag segment on the show. They start with Barbour's announcement that she will be stepping down this summer and retiring. Bauer starts the conversation off by looking at the position she's vacating rather than the person. What should that position be in the future? Bauer and T-Frank give their thoughts. Next, T-Frank asks Nate to share his impressions of Barbour's tenure at Penn State. Finally, they discuss what comes next and where the university should look for its next athletic department leader. After that, they review former Penn State receiver Chris Godwin's contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Godwin signed a three-year, 60 million dollar extension earlier this week, and T-Frank gives his thoughts on the deal and how Godwin can come back from an ACL injury. Next, Bauer gives his thoughts on Sam Sessoms entering the transfer portal. Is this a good thing for both parties? Also, how should Penn State conduct itself in the portal? Next, Bauer breaks down what is ahead for the Nittany Lions basketball program. Finally, T-Frank asks a question that many fans might want to know but don't want to hear. How long until Penn State looks and acts like the program that head coach Micah Shrewsberry wants it to be instead of one that is just getting by? Finally, they dip into the mailbag for questions! The first question deals with former cornerbacks Keaton Ellis and Marquis Wilson. A BWI message board member wants to know what happened to them after promising starts ot their careers. T-Frank and Bauer discuss what happened to them and what their roles might be this upcoming season. Other topics they discuss include: -Which Penn State players could go in the first two rounds of the 2023 draft? -Which recruits are T-Frank and Bauer rooting for to break out? -Can Sean Clifford be "fixed?" -What was up with the third and fourth down playcalling last season? -Is Sandy Barbour being pushed out of her job? #PennState #NittanyLions JOIN Blue White Illustrated: https://www.on3.com/teams/penn-state-nittany-lions/join/?plan=annual SUBSCRIBE to Blue White Illustrated on YouTube and enable alerts - new highlights and videos uploaded regularly: https://www.youtube.com/c/bluewhiteillustratedvideo?sub_confirmation Bookmark our homepage: https://www.on3.com/teams/penn-state-nittany-lions/ Subscribe to BWI Magazine and Newsletters: http://bluewhiteonline.com Download our podcasts: https://cms.megaphone.fm/channel/LRL3155877513?selected=DSVV2664982394 Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/BlueWhiteIllustrated/ Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/PennStateOn3 Sound effects obtained from https://www.zapsplat.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duck Call Room
Phil Robertson Got Himself in Trouble with the TSA

Duck Call Room

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 59:37


Si and the boys talk TSA violations, including Phil's hilarious run-in with an agent and how Godwin got Martin's wife in trouble for carrying contraband. John-David can't take the daylight saving time change, but Martin is ready for a permanent switch, and Godwin is willing to cut a deal. Martin and Si take the contrarian position in the viral debate about whether the world has more doors or wheels, but Godwin and John-David aren't giving an inch. Black panthers make an appearance in the soon-to-be official Duck Call Room bracket. Si reminisces about meeting Steve Harvey. And the boys offer advice on how to deal with death, loss, and anger at God. https://OmegaXL.com/DUCK — Buy one bottle and get the second bottle FREE! https://helixsleep.com/duck — Get up to $200 off all mattress orders AND 2 free pillows! https://www.ziprecruiter.com/duck — Try ZipRecruiter FREE right now! - Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Locked On Bucs – Daily Podcast On The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Fans
Chris Godwin's New Contract w/ Buccaneers | Impact on Davante Adams and Packers | Bucs FA Updates

Locked On Bucs – Daily Podcast On The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Fans

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 31:05


The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and wide receiver Chris Godwin agreed to a new three-year contract that pays the star player $40 million in guarantees over the next three seasons. Godwin's deal helps the Bucs get under the salary cap for 2022, as does the restructuring of Mike Evans' current contract, and will impact how much the Packers have to pay Davante Adams to keep him in Green Bay. Find and Follow Locked On Bucs: Apple: https://apple.co/3iOePFk Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3BwlScY Audacy: https://bit.ly/3FAcIhV Stitcher: https://bit.ly/3tYVt4S Google Play: https://bit.ly/2X0IEdS Tampa Bay Buccaneers news and analysis from hosts James Yarcho and David Harrison. The Locked On Bucs Podcast is your award-winning source with daily podcasts covering all of your favorite topics. Follow James and David on Twitter, where they share the latest news and analysis about the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and interact with members of Bucs Nation! James Yarcho: https://twitter.com/JYarcho_BUCS David Harrison: https://twitter.com/DHarrison82 #TampaBayBuccaneers #GoBucs #NFL Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

ThePrint
Cut The Clutter: Russia-Ukraine talk truce but Putin rants

ThePrint

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 14:59


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Time Part 3: The Shape of Time

Down the Wormhole

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 62:31


Episode 101 Let's talk about reincarnation, end times prophecies, and the shapes of our stories today. Kendra helps us to think deeply about how the shape of time informs the shape of our story and the ways that we make meaning in the universe.    Support this podcast on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/DowntheWormholepodcast   More information at https://www.downthewormhole.com/   produced by Zack Jackson music by Zack Jackson and Barton Willis    Transcript  This transcript was automatically generated by www.otter.ai, and as such contains errors (especially when multiple people are talking). As the AI learns our voices, the transcripts will improve. We hope it is helpful even with the errors.   Zack Jackson 00:04 You are listening to the down the wormhole podcast exploring the strange and fascinating relationship between science and religion. This week our hosts are Zack Jackson, UCC pastor and Reading Pennsylvania and I am most productive when everyone else is asleep at night,   Ian Binns 00:22 Ian Binns Associate Professor of elementary science education at UNC Charlotte, my most productive time of the day, sadly varies. Because of my ADD, I cannot pick a particular time and say that's it. It just says that it happens. And when it does I get really frustrated if people get me out of that moment, because it takes hours to get into it. So, yeah,   Kendra Holt-Moore 00:51 Kendra Holt, more assistant professor of religion at Bethany College in Lindsborg Kansas. And I used to be able to say, I was most productive at night, because I am a night owl, but the older I get, the more that varies. And I also don't feel like there is a particular time that works best if you just let the Spirit lead.   Zack Jackson 01:15 Just tired all the time. Yeah.   Kendra Holt-Moore 01:19 Constant exhaustion, and just snippets of bursts of energy. So why high? You ask?   Zack Jackson 01:38 I was asking, I was asking it very hard in my head. Anticipating that why, why Kendra answer? Why, why?   Kendra Holt-Moore 01:48 Why? Why ever? Why? Well, let me tell you, I have an answer for you. Oh, thank God. So we, we thought that today, we would talk about shapes of time, who. So shapes of time. So just to kind of start out so whenever I teach students, typically it's in like a world religions or an intro to religion class this semester. It was a world religions class, but when I'm having a conversation, in a classroom with students about different, you know, religious traditions, and how, like, what are some of the things that we can compare safely without sort of centralizing religious traditions. And one fun conversation I like to start with somewhere near the beginning of the semester, is to talk about shapes of time. And what I mean by that is, you know, cyclical versus linear conceptions of time, or, you know, some might argue also, like spiral shapes of time. And so the way this looks when I bring it up to my students is I, I typically use for my examples, Hinduism, or Buddhism, and Christianity. And I draw up on the board, just, you know, a simple like circle, and a simple, like, horizontal line, as just like two examples of shapes the circle and this horizontal line. And I talked about how, you know, time is something that we sort of take take for granted, as it's just sort of permeates everything, but we don't, we're not always like thinking about how our understanding of time, you know, like, really impacts us necessarily, or maybe I shouldn't speak for you all, but I don't always think about how time itself is like impacting my day to day, except when I'm trying very hard to get something done. And time is just slipping away that moment, or I become conscious of time, but on a grand scale. It's something that's sort of taken as just the way things are. And the way that we think about time, is I think we kind of it's easy to sort of assume, that are sort of grand notions of time and how time unfolds, that that there's nothing too complicated or like interesting about that necessarily. And, and so when I draw up this like circle and line on the board for my students, one of the conversations that I'm trying to get started is how we across like, religious and cultural traditions, we actually have very different understandings of, of of time. Time and by time I'm not not talking in this moment necessarily about like, scientific like theory of relativity, you know, kind of technical explanations of like space time. But like, cultural and social understandings of like what will happen, what has happened, what is happening and what will happen to us socially and culturally. And, and so, the circle on the board then is what I offer as like a Hindu or Buddhist example of cycles of time with regards to reincarnation and how, you know, the human soul if we're talking about Hinduism, but not not really a soul, if we're talking about Buddhism, but the the person, and the person's existence, moves through a cycle of time that is stuck in this cycle of reincarnation, of, of birth, life, death, rebirth, and that this is, the circle is, is known as samsara, if you're using a Hindu terminology and conceptions of time in samsara, is a cycle that you want to get out of. So samsara is like the way things are, from a Hindu or Buddhist perspective, in terms of thinking about time and how we exist in time, but samsara is not desirable, there are ways that you can build up better karma and be reincarnated in a way that is better or worse, contingent upon, like what kind of karma you built in your current life. But ultimately, the goal in in that version of cyclical time is to get out of the cycle to be released from the cycle. But the cycle can go on and on and on. And you can have, you know, hundreds and hundreds of reincarnations, and there's no like you, you have to there are certain practices and things you have to do in order to be released from the cycle. And, and so, you know, one of the we can put this in the show notes, but there's an article that has like some helpful kind of visuals, but I want to just kind of talk about, like, the way that this cycle of time for Buddhism is represented. And it's the Buddhist wheel of life. And you there are a lot of different I mean, if you just Google that, like, you'll find all kinds of really colorful, vibrant images that come up of this wheel of life. But the wheel of life, you can see like there are different realms, in the Buddhist wheel of life. And those are sort of the possibilities for how you reincarnate into the cycle of samsara. And so you can see like, why now, hopefully, like there's this distinction between like a cycle versus linear time, because there's not, there's not like one specific end goal that is clear to you, from the perspective of your current life, if you have the cyclical notion of time. I mean, yes, like ultimate release from it, you can see that as an end goal, but like the reincarnation cycle, it means that you, you will, again, experience what you have already experienced, you will again, experience birth, which is something that you already have experienced in the past, you will again experience you know, life insofar as you have experienced it, and you know, death will happen again and again. And again, it's not a single kind of destination point until you have achieved the right tools and practices to get out of that cycle. And so you can kind of think about like, how that might inform a person to like navigate through life itself. The other so like the linear line on the board, I uses Christianity, but I think it also applies pretty well to like the Abrahamic traditions in general of Judaism, Christianity, Islam, but I use Christianity in particular, because there's so much that has been written about Christian like apocalyptic. You know, eschatology, which is a fancy word meaning, like, study of in things, or you know, like end of time, and, and another, there are some images that we can also share, I think in the show notes of this version of Christian eschatology called Christian dispensationalism. There are different ways to kind of label this to like you may have heard Christian primo lineal dispensationalism, post millennial dispensationalism, however you slice it, it is a mouthful of a thing to say dispensationalism. But there are images, we can share that kind of show that in this version of Christian eschatology, it's not how everyone sees the end of time. But in this version of Christian eschatology that's popular in, especially some circles of like, Christian, like fundamentalism, types of theology or, you know, like some evangelical theologies, there are seven dispensations of time, and that time moves in a linear fashion. And a dispensation is just like a stage of time, I think that's the way I would describe it more simply because dispensation is also kind of a buzzy word. In this context, but there are, you know, like stages of time, that kind of unfold in this linear fashion, but the point is that we're not moving in a cycle with this conception of time, we're moving towards an end point that is the apocalyptic end of time. And after the end of time, eternity unfolds forever and ever. And it just kind of goes on in this linear, like, one, one way, there's a path a direction, and we move in that direction. And it's kind of inevitable, like, you can't really stop it from unfolding it's going to happen. And, you know, the some of these dispensations for Christian dispensationalism you have, like, the age of innocence, and that's, like, you know, Adam and Eve, you have you go up through like, 234567. But if the, I mean, I could like list all of those, but I'm, kind of move quickly. I'm timing myself this time, so that I'm not going like way over.   Zack Jackson 11:59 So it's like innocence. No innocence. Gods here, Gods there. Now it's Israel. Now. It's now it's Jesus. Now it's Yeah, yeah. Yeah, it's also inherently kind of anti semitic. Yeah, in that dispensationalism, leaves Jews behind, but go on.   Kendra Holt-Moore 12:17 So yeah, you have like innocence, stage one, stage two conscience, stage three, human government, stage four, promise, stage five, loss, stage six, Grace, stage seven kingdom age. And there are, you know, specific things that happen in each of those stages that kind of map on to biblical stories, and the stages that map on to like the time of Moses, and, um, you know, just like the time of Abraham. And all of these stages as they unfold, it's like, sort of this like, progression of like God's plan for time. And the way that that ends, is with this seventh dispensation, the kingdom age where Jesus returns and rains on Earth for 1000 years, and, you know, brings peace, and, you know, after that time is kind of over, there's like the final judgment, the white throne judgment, and then time ends and eternity begins. And that, that's kind of the the ending of this, like premillennial dispensationalist. Christian theology again, sorry, for the long buzzy terminology. But the point is that this version of time, is, is is different, like it's, it has that linear shape to it. And one of the things that I think is kind of interesting about this understanding of time, and it's, there's this like piece of inevitability. And it's not the only version of like, like, this is, I think, kind of a common kind of trope in like apocalyptic literature and thought is like, the apocalypse is coming, eventually, like, it's inevitable. And that means that you can't fight it and in some ways, believing in the inevitability of the apocalyptic moment of end of time can make some people sort of lean into that and welcome that end of time moment, if it means that the there sort of conception of time will actually like, ultimately benefit them. So for example, in like this Christian dispensationalist, Premillennialism version of the entire time. Christians who hold this, believe that they'll be gone there'll be sort of taken away by God out of out of the earth out of time so that they don't have to experience the violence and trauma of the apocalypse at Self, and that they will be, you know, held close, near and dear and safe with God and protected from the end of times. And so what this means is you have Christians who hold to this kind of eschatology are, I think more likely to say things like, well, let's just like let it all burn, because we're not going to be here anyway, like, only the unsaved will be sort of judged and condemned, but you know, Christians will be safe. So any violence that happens ultimately, it's, it's not going to affect us in the end and this kind of eternal way. And, and so I think the kind of extreme response through that kind of lens of time is, it can doesn't always have to, but it can lend itself to apathy, and even like a condoning of, you know, destruction and violence. And this is me sort of using that as an example, because there was actually an article that was published very recently in the Atlantic about this language like cautioning against the language of a new civil war that's like impending in the United States. And that the whole article is pretty interesting. But there's this line that caught my eye. And it says, you know, a several paragraphs down. And I'll just kind of like read the couple of sentences for free all that says, quote, There is a very deep strain of apocalyptic fantasy in fundamentalist Christianity, Armageddon may be horrible, but it is not to be feared because it will be the harbinger of eternal bliss for the elect and eternal damnation for their foes, on what used to be referred to as the far right, that perhaps should now simply be called the armed wing of the Republican Party. The imminence of Civil War is a given and quote, and, and that caught my eye because it's really talking about a shape of time. And, you know, like, the question that kind of arises from that, for me is like, what, what are practical implications in our behavior? When we think about, like, what our own shapes of time are? Do we have notions that lead us to an inevitable end? Is that something that we experienced over and over again? And like, is that just sort of philosophy or theological pondering? Or does that kind of impact us on this, like, deep on the ground level? And, and so that, that was, that was kind of where, where my mind was going, when I think about this, the shape of time? That's kind of why I have to start us here. No, well,   Ian Binns 18:09 says while you were talking about it, especially the last part, and I mean, y'all know, I don't have the theological background that you guys do. So a lot of times the words that are used in cotton, what are you talking about, but they may me just all of a sudden just reminded me of the Left Behind series? Yes, that was written the book series, right. And so   Kendra Holt-Moore 18:31 that is a great example, and that you have given us and reminded us that is Christian premillennial dispensationalism. Yeah. So now, translation, aka left behind,   Ian Binns 18:43 right, well, and I find it fascinating. So what's interesting is that I actually got into Reading this series in like 2000, it was when I was in the Peace Corps. And so when I was in the Peace Corps in Jamaica, and the main office in Kingston, I was had a library that we could go and just get books from and blah, blah, take with us back to our home and everything and and so I think that was the time I started getting into this series, because I saw it and I was calling God sounds kind of interesting. And so I started Reading it. And I was not very strong in my faith. Want to take that back. That's actually when I first started a Bible study, but it was a different time in my life, right? So I was 23 years old, 2223 different time of my life, different things going on. And I now that I looked it up, and just looked up left behind again to remind myself some of it and I'll be honest, I did not finish this series because I found it to be this is just my opinion. Some of the writing you know, again, I was not familiar with the language, the terminology that was being used and the description that you just provided Kendra, but there were parts of the books I found as I was going further for the series that I would skip hold sections because it felt like it was Reading the same thing I read in the book before, right? Like these long sermons from a character or whatever. And so it but I, I'm curious how would I approach the series now at this point in my life and at this point in my spiritual journey, right and starting to have a better understanding of time and just religion in general and what the underlying me I mean, I get what the meaning was, but like, talk about dismiss, dismiss, what is the word again? dispensationalism.   Zack Jackson 20:33 There you go. That word can you can approach that book series straight into the recycling bin if you'd like. Yeah,   Ian Binns 20:38 I don't think we have them anymore. I think like I ended up buying several of them and got rid of them.   Zack Jackson 20:42 That's Yes, pre trim these Corinne. Aspen's pre trib, premillennial dispensationalism is what that is essentially, with the millennial in the millennial and the pre millennial post millennial mid millennial that has to do with in Revelation talks about how there will be 1000 year reign of Christ. Before then Satan is allowed to return cause havoc, and then the final judgment. And so then the thought is the question is, when does that happen? So the pre millennial is that that hasn't happened yet. And that there will be this great time and then there'll be blah, blah, blah, then there's post millennial that's like, hey, no, that's where we are. Right now that this this kingdom age? Is is the millennial reign of Christ that the the age of the church or maybe that we're almost there. And then the trim part of that is not the trip. Yeah, the is the trick Great Tribulation, as in tribulation, right? The seven year tribulation that is foretold in Daniel and in Revelation. And at what point would the people of God be raptured out of it, so that only the unrighteous should suffer? There's some interpretations that Oh, before the tribulation, all the elect will be taken out. And that's what left behind is, there's some thought that it's midway through taken from a couple of phrases from Daniel, and then there's some that everyone will have to live through the whole thing only until the end, will then there'll be judgment on it all. And I mean, I was steeped in this stuff, my seventh grade Bible teacher had a timeline on the wall of the n times, with like, how many months in between events would happen, you know, the, the two witnesses would show up here, one of them would die, and then they'd raise and then there'd be, you know, the Antichrist would rise and he would have a mortal wound, and then he'd be healed. And then he'd be like, all along the way. We knew what the mark of the beast was going to be. And when it was going to happen, it was actually supposed to start happening on y2k. But then apparently, enough, people prayed and God delayed God's hand. Or so that's what they told me when it didn't happen. But it's, it's ironic to me that this group of people has latched on to second temple apocalyptic literature, which is this period of time, it's like a 300 year period, during the Second Temple of Jerusalem, where this genre starts to arise. They've taken that and applied it directly to this sort of straight line timeline that you're talking about Kendra, that, you know, this thing hasn't happened yet. But here are the signs to know when it's going to happen and what it's going to look like. And that goes from A to B to C to D onward until the end, it's a straight line. When that is the exact opposite of the way that second temple apocalyptic literature is written and met to be read. If you look at Daniel and parts of Jesus's little Apocalypse on the on the mountain and and the book of Revelation, and you know, all of the ones that didn't make it into the the Hebrew and Christian canons, they're all using coded language for things that are happening in the moment. Now, there's a great, great part in Daniel, in which they're talking about kings of the north, and kings of the south and marriages that between them and wars between them. And it's very clearly talking about the battles between the Seleucids and the Ptolemies. And like, historically, we know this, this is lining up exactly what it is until the desolation of the abomination of desolation. And then there's a straight war and then God comes down with his angels and saves the day. Which we know didn't happen, at least not in any kind of final sort of a way. So then, what do you do with that? Well, that's how all of them are written. They're all written with this great symbolism of things of awful apocalyptic sort of images. And, in the end Godwin's, and I say apocalyptic that word means to reveal to pull back the curtain. And so what that whole genre is doing is it says hey, You see these things happening in real life, but I'm going to pull back the curtain and show you the spiritual realities behind them. So you think Rome is this unstoppable force, but hey, pull back the curtain, and it's actually just this ugly dragon. And the ugly Dragon is going to be thrown into the pit of fire. So these books were meant to be read by people who are currently suffering, so that they can put themselves in the story. And then see that in the end, God rescues them. So in a way, second temple apocalyptic literature is like a green screen, in which generation upon generation upon generation can stand in front of it and put themselves in the story. So the, the beast from Revelation is originally Nero. And then, you know, it might be Domitian. And then it might be valerian. And then it might be Stalin, you know, like, you can put you can make the beast, any number of things, as it has been, I mean, Martin Luther said, that was the pope at one point. And, you know, for all intents and purposes, for him, it was, because that's the point is these, these, these prophetic visions are cycles of things that they're true because they keep happening. And then the point is, you get to put yourself in it, and then you get to see that God is faithful, and that you'll be brought through it at the end. And so to take that kind of genre of literature, and then to take that, that circle down that spiral, and to just stretch it out and say, All right, this is what it means. This is the start. And the end of the end times is just a It's such, it's so dishonest, and disingenuous. And it's it. It does violence to the Scriptures themselves.   Kendra Holt-Moore 26:54 It also sounds a little bit like, I don't know if you necessarily intended it this way back, but like the, it seems like people when they're in the moment, especially with this dislike genre of like apocalyptic literature, being in it. The those like apocalyptic tropes, like they, it feels linear, because it's like, the cycle that you are experiencing, but you don't see it as a cycle. And, you know, obviously, like we've kind of used the premillennial left behind type eschatology is that but like, the, it's kind of easier to identify the genre of literature as a cycle, if you're sort of using hindsight to see that this happens again, and again, and again. Is that Is that how you would characterize   Zack Jackson 27:48 that's a really good insight there. It doesn't feel like a cycle while you're in it. But I think that's the power of once you realize that it is. So then, you know, everything looks bleak right now in the world. It does. And it seems like the cups, the bowls of judgment are being poured out upon us all. So then to be able to keep turning through the book of Revelation to get to the part where death itself, hell itself is thrown into the pit of fire and destroyed. And then every knee boughs and every tongue confesses, and all things are made new, and there's streams of living water and to be able to get to that point. Is there some some comfort in that?   Ian Binns 28:35 Well, it seems like in and I want to go back to that series for a minute. That's right, the Left Behind series that, you know, you talked about zakat being kind of a way, he's I think this is what you were saying a way of it, almost, you know, it seems to me to the way it was written was to help people relate to it, right, and then see that there'll be saved at the end and those types of things. And that's a very generalization, overgeneralization, I guess. But it's interesting while Reading more about the series, the efforts to turn them into films, and how they keep trying to reboot it. And they're actually in the process of doing that now, of redoing the series again, to see if that gets get more attention to it, I guess, and to get more people on board, this particular series, I just find that fascinating of what it is they seem to be trying to do, and I'm part of that part of me will be curious to see how will they try to connect or will they tried to connect it politically? Right in some way that you know, I saw I remember in 2011, or something, I guess it was when Obama was running the second time. I think that was right. Yeah. Chuck Norris and his wife came out talking about that election and that proclaim that if Obama won reelection, it would begin the 1000 years of darkness Oh, yeah.   Kendra Holt-Moore 30:07 This is a political strategy because it works because it's drama. And it's like, you know, the religious affiliation of these stories. They're all encompassing, and it just moves people. And ah, yes, yes. The fact   Zack Jackson 30:24 that people think that this is the worst that humanity has ever been blows my mind like, have you read history? We used to murder people for sport. We're not. Yeah, there's not so bad things are not as bad as you think they are.   Ian Binns 30:39 Yeah. But it's just fascinating how they, they, you know, a percentage of the population kind of latches on to that messaging. And they're a powerful group of people, because especially when you talk about politics, you know, they vote, you know, you get them to vote. And that's how a lot of times, some of the bigger elections they win is because people know that if we can get the more fundamentalist, Christian and evangelical Christians out to vote that most likely they'll vote for the Republican candidate. And, you know, they go out numbers that can help. And so by tying in that argument that they use obviously didn't work because Obama won a second term. But I just found that so interesting that that was a perspective they were trying to use as a way to encourage people to vote is if you don't vote, if you don't vote for Romney, then the 1000 years of darkness will again,   Zack Jackson 31:37 evangelicals going if you don't vote for the Mormon, then that's outside years of darkness. Right? Which, you know, that's not a personal knock against Mormons, but just the those same evangelicals would not consider a Mormon, a Christian normally. But how do you come back from that, by the way, like, once you've gone totally nuclear, that the world is going to end and Satan himself will reign if this man gets elected? Like, how do you then say something about someone else? Like there's no higher? You can't go higher than that you've already gone nuclear. So   Kendra Holt-Moore 32:16 worse than the Antichrist, right?   Ian Binns 32:18 What do we do? Yeah, it's just seems like such an interesting way to live. And as I said, in fact, they're trying to redo this series again. And they're using the actor Kevin Sorbo. Who did, Hercules, right. No,   Zack Jackson 32:37 yes. And then every low budget Christian movie since then.   Ian Binns 32:41 Yep. And so and he is someone the right has, you know, latched on to and he that's he's found his niche. And so he's gonna star and direct in the new movie, I will only   Zack Jackson 32:52 watch it if Lucy Lawless is in it, as well as Xena Warrior Princess, not as anyone else.   Ian Binns 33:00 Yeah. Doubtful. It'll happen without   Zack Jackson 33:03 a man can dream.   Ian Binns 33:15 This right, anyway, sorry. I know, I keep going on tangent. But I just found fascinating.   Kendra Holt-Moore 33:19 I didn't know that I didn't realize that they were trying to like reboot the   Ian Binns 33:24 and this is from last month. Hmm.   Kendra Holt-Moore 33:27 Okay. Well, there you go. So I was, you know, talking, talking through this, you know, the shape shapes of time. And, you know, I kind of our plan for today's recording with my husband, Chad. And he told me of a helpful kind of connection that might be familiar to, to many of you, but there is a piece Well, first of all, there's a writer, he was an American writer, Kurt Vonnegut, who recorded I think it was kind of like a short lecture, but also published in several places about his early writing his like, I think it was his thesis on the shapes of stories. And so I just, I think that's a really interesting kind of connection here, as we're talking about the shapes of time. Like, are we really just talking about the shapes of stories, and Kurt Vonnegut had this whole sort of, like, charting out of different shapes of stories. And so, you know, he was like, writing and publishing has like a lot of novels and was thinking about, like, the structure of a narrative. And I think you can find, you know, his, his lecture online. I think it's like a 30 minute piece, but, you know, he talks through how, you know, when you're talking about like, any kind of job of story, there's like this stair step ladder where you're climbing upward things are going swimmingly. You know, the lovers, they fall in love, and they're like having a grand time. And they're, you know, giving each other flowers and walking, holding hands through the park. And, and then something happens. And this stair step ladder going upwards, suddenly crashes into a, you know, a desolate trough. And that trough, there's this low point, and then you have a low point that requires a creative solution, and then you start moving up on the incline again, and you know, maybe it flattens out, there's a plateau. And then maybe there's like another, a deeper crash, a deeper trough. And then the end of the story can maybe resolve coming again, out of the trough back up into an incline, that just keeps going up and up and up, and you have like your happy ending. And you know, I'm doing some heavy like paraphrasing of this shapes of stories, not something I had seen of his before. But like the point being that you can draw on like the same way that in my classes I draw like the circle and horizontal line to represent time qurbana gets it there's like a bunch of different shapes that you can put up on the board, variations of these shapes to you can have this staircase that goes up and then crashes down and then rises back up again, you can have something that looks more like a wave that bounces up and down, and up and down, and up and down, and up and down and just has, you know, twists and turns. And you can have a story that's just maybe it is a single horizontal line. And it's maybe a boring story where there's just nothing happens. And it's just plateau from beginning to end. And I you know, there are like shapes of stories that we are drawn to, and why are we drawn to those stories? Why would we prefer a story that has the, you know, peaks and valleys versus a story that's just a flat plateau all the way through? Is there you know, an excitement that comes with different shapes of stories? And like, why do we crave certain kinds of resolution at the end of a story. And it just is like, I think a really interesting and kind of perfect, like frame that Vonnegut's sort of offered that I think really maps on to the way that we think about these like big conceptions of time out of our cultural religious lenses, and that it seems that we, like we crave order, we crave orderliness. In the midst of you know, seeming chaos, that we want to feel like we have control, we want to feel a sense of meaning. And, and so, you know, I think like one way to sort of put put these shapes of time or shapes of stories and bring them together is that that's part of what's being offered to us. And you know, for better or worse, because the shapes are different. And they mean different things to different people. But I think the motivation of latching on to certain stories, is that sort of comfort that and like sense of belonging that we derive from particular shapes. So I don't know. I'm curious what what y'all think about that?   Zack Jackson 38:39 Yeah, reminds me of the end of the gospel of Mark. Which, yeah, Mark was written in the style of a Greek epic, which they don't all have perfect, happy endings. And the earliest manuscripts, it ends with, you know, the, the women come to the tomb, they find that it's, it's empty. There's, there's an angel who's like, Hey, check it out. He's not here. He's gone. He risen Hallelujah. And it ends with Trembling and bewildered, the women went out and fled from the tomb. They said nothing to anyone because they were afraid. And that's how the book ends. But that only lasted like a couple 100 years, because then people added on to the end of it. And so all of the later manuscripts and like the ones that are like King James is based on the Latin Bibles, they all have this other lesson versus that's all like wrapping up the story, you know, the, like the end of the Lord of the Rings, where it's like, alright, well, then he appeared to two more of them. And then he appeared to everyone. And then he said, Go into all the world and preach the gospel. And then he said, I love you. I'm happy. I'll see you later. I left lunch in the fridge and everything got wrapped up in the end, and it was like they could not stand for the story tonight. And on a high note that it had to end there, or else they just felt weird about it.   Kendra Holt-Moore 40:07 I love that as an example, because it's like you go from a story shape that kind of trails off at the end and this sad sort of dangling like downward slope of trembling and fear to like the sharp upward incline of happiness and resolution, very different, very different emotional responses to   Zack Jackson 40:27 the last chapter of Ecclesiastes does the same thing. Where it's like some some later editor was like, this is just this needs, this needs a pick me up at the end, nobody's ever people are going to finish this and just be upset. So we need like, a happy ending, tacked on to the end of the bow on it. Right. And then they did the same thing to I Am Legend. Anybody ever see that? The book, the short story ends totally differently. It ends with this great like Twilight Zone esque reveal. And it's like dark, and it just ends. But Hollywood was like we can't do that we have to have a resolution, we have to have some kind of happy ending, people have to leave the theater feeling good in some way, shape, or form. Like they didn't just Well, anytime   Ian Binns 41:14 you think about with storytelling, you know, as we've already said, that having that nice ending is what people human nature is what we want, right? We want to build a wrap up something type deal. And so, you know, John, my son, John and I are right now watching the Marvel Cinematic Universe, then release order. And so he came, you know, maybe a month or so ago, he was just like, Hey, Dad, I really want to my friend watched Black Widow, I want to see Black Widow. And I said, Okay, that's great, but we're not seeing the others. It's not gonna make you're gonna miss some things. Oh, yeah. So what are you ready to start watching these? And he's like, oh, yeah, absolutely. So we started and we're watching an order of release, not chronological order. And so it makes me think about, you know, he and I were talking the other day, and yesterday, he was kind of trying to make sense of how they're all connected. We've gotten all the way through phase two, we just started Civil War last night. Captain America Civil War, right. And it makes he was talking about how they're all connected and stuff like that. But are they really like Captain America? The second one is really a sequel and what that means and, you know, part one, part two, and it made me think about Avengers. The third and fourth one, right. So Infinity War the way it ends, and then you have in game and and it was kind of pitched as a part one, part two aspect of things because Part One does not end. All happy go lucky as part two does at least the ends were things more wrapped up part one ends with a major cliffhanger. Right. And you think about films like that, like, for example, the last two Harry Potter movies, the four books seven. You know, they're both the Deathly Hallows, but it was part one, part two, part one did not end on a high note as part two debt. And so it ended with something that you're just kind of like, well, what and so but you knew it Part Two was comment. So the story wasn't over yet. Is my point. Right? And we love it for the story to be over and happy, as you said, and I think the two examples you gave from Scripture is just fascinating. I was not quite aware that they did that with Ecclesiastes, but I didn't know that. That's how Mark changed is that here was the original version, then they added on some things too, which I've always found really interesting. And to me, that was take that as a what does that say about the Bible? Right, you know, and those types of things, but anyway,   Zack Jackson 43:51 most people want to believe that things are gonna work out well for them. And when we are in a storyline, we put ourselves in that story. And we, you know, we then want the characters to come out on top, you know, unless you are a person who is just super pessimistic, you know, you know, somebody like, like, I don't know, Adam, who picked out Pan's Labyrinth for his movie early last year. And that movie ends spoiler alert, with like, a dead child. And yeah, it's like, oh, that's an awful ending. You know, something like Requiem for a Dream that just ends with awful tragedy. Some people like that, and I don't know why. Honestly.   Kendra Holt-Moore 44:47 I think it's like I think some, some of those stories can be really cathartic. Like, it's not that they're happy, but they reflect Something that you experience. And I think, like the cathartic experience of watching something that's super, super sad. I think what that gives people to some extent is a feeling that you're not alone and experiencing like deep sadness or trauma and that there's like a path. I mean, I guess if the story ends in, you know, death, I'm not sure that that maybe is a different message. But some of the stories that are really sad, there's still kind of a way forward through healing. And healing is really hard. And not, you know, it's not like a simple, straightforward, like, wrapped up in a bow type of process. And it's just, I think there's something that's comforting in seeing that being reflected in all its like ugliness and darkness, that kind of counter intuitively facilitates a kind of healing or a feeling of being seen. But that's a very different kind of story that I think then, you know, what we've been talking about with the sort of nice resolution that is happy, but it's, yeah, it's a different shape, with a different kind of purpose, I think. And then there's also the kind of, you know, like, storytelling problem, where people don't want the story to end. And so the story just like drags on and on and like, you think of like, a TV show that is, like, 10 seasons too long. And it's like, why didn't you just have a plan to do this? Well, in three seasons, phrase, and on and on, and on, and on, and on, and on and on.   Ian Binns 46:46 We gave that up a long time ago.   Kendra Holt-Moore 46:50 But yeah, like, Why, what's the kind of motivation of that shape, and I think it's, it's like, related to the desire to want things to work out well, in the end. But I think people also want to keep experiencing that, that like, happy moment or resolution until, like, feel part of a story for as long as possible. When, you know, really, like all stories, they do come to an end or they at least change over time. And so there's like, I think, I think we all kind of have an impulse or like motivation to find like permanence in like goodness, or permanence and like stability. And that can like influence the way that we tell stories and sort of drag them on in hopes that we can be part of them for for longer   Ian Binns 47:54 well, and so if I can we talk about in the feeling of happiness, and just feeling good, you know, John and I, in this journey of Washington, these films together and we're having a great time doing it, you know, I mean, he's really getting into it, and we're having a lot of fun. But I remember sometimes he would talk to me about what was your favorite one and your least favorite and Babalon and I had told him that you know, we're not done with civil war yet. We're gonna finish it today. But that when I saw that film, I didn't want to watch it again. Like that even though you know the way it ends it's okay, it was still a you know, for two for what over 12 films or something like that so far up to that point. It's like all the heroes maybe they don't get along at times but they're still kind of on the same side and then all of a sudden you see in this one that wait a minute to the biggest characters are now on opposite sides fighting each other. And I struggled with that I gotta be honest watching that that was tough to watch because it made me sad and like oh, this is something I'm supposed to be able to just escape into and not worry and bola and all sudden this happens and and so that was tough. And so I like how they work with it later. But that is interesting to me. How you know so watching some of it last night I'm glad we're doing it. But even he was describing this morning so what do you think so far? And he's like, I like it. But I mean it's it's really good and the plots interesting but also don't like it because we've not gotten to the big fight yet. We stopped bright for that. And we had to because bedtime fight we had we'd have to watch the rest of the film. Right and so as I said, we'll finish it today. But he just was like, but I don't like the fact that they're they're starting to not really get along because he you know, we both love Iron Man and Captain America alright, and we just but all these characters you get attached to all of them. And so it's just interesting. What that how this all relates Hmm. So   Zack Jackson 50:01 yeah, superhero movies in general, kind of have the same shape as the New Testament. Where it's like, yeah. Which is like he does the shaped Zack. I will, I will paint you a picture auditorially Yes, please. So it begins, they all begin with humble origins, an underdog story of somebody with great promise and potential, who needs to go through a hero's journey in order to find their full potential. They discover their powers, they go up against the powers that be there's some some small successes, there's some small losses. And then there's the final, there's the big confrontation in which they lose. They always have to lose at least somewhat. They need to be beaten into the ground. You know, oh, no, Iron Man is falling out of the sky, because he's all frozen. And you know, Captain America shield is broken like that. You need to be broken in some way. But then, when all hope seems last look on the horizon. And there's no, no, that's Gandalf coming over helm steep, but I was really good to the same kind of deal, right? Then there's this dramatic resurrection. And then boom, there we are. There's the happy ending that death is no more Oh, oh, Death, where is thy staying? Oh, grave, where's the victory? You know that, how we have this final win. And then then the same cycle repeats again, with the early church and the book of Acts. And then we get through these letters. And then the book of Revelation does the exact same story arc of like this humble beginnings, and then these troughs, and then at the end, there's this great victory, and it always ends on a happy note. And all of the stories in the New Testament follow that same underdog hero's journey, sort of story arc.   Kendra Holt-Moore 52:09 Shapes,   Zack Jackson 52:10 which is maybe why, maybe why I like superhero movies? I don't know. Yeah, it all   Kendra Holt-Moore 52:15 comes together.   Ian Binns 52:18 It makes you think about the matrix as well. Right? We're recording this. So less than a week before the fourth Matrix film comes out matrix resurrections. And I think that's gonna be really interesting. I'm actually excited about I really liked the series there had issues with the second and third movie. But I still liked the storyline, and the, you know, what it stood for, and stuff I thought was very interesting. But that's kind of like a superhero. Movie, or series as you just described, right. Um, and also even like the, with Star Wars, and the three separate trilogies. Yeah. Right. They help kind of follow that same, same description that you just gave us about superhero movies. And so yeah, I think it's gonna be very interesting, how they, how they bring all that together in this fourth movie of the matrix. Series. I don't know   Kendra Holt-Moore 53:13 beaking of shapes and superheroes in the Bible. Zack, do you want to tell us about a dead Christian story our How's that for a transition?   Zack Jackson 53:34 That is a wonderful transition. Because I still don't have a theme song.   Kendra Holt-Moore 53:43 Tried it? Let's try to workshop that. Okay. Did Christian Story Hour? Do you want something spooky? Um, or like uplifting? Or like Halloween theme music type of you know, intro I don't know. I'm   Ian Binns 53:58 gonna make me believe   Zack Jackson 54:00 I'm kind of I'm kind of I'm kind of into the the sort of ironic theme music something chipper and cheery like a like a, like a Mattress Company jingle.   Kendra Holt-Moore 54:16 Oh, yeah, that's perfect.   Zack Jackson 54:18 You got 805 80 to 300 M Pa. That kind of Well, welcome to part two of the dead Christian story our a part at the end of every fifth episode, in which I share with you one of my favorite stories from Christian hagiography. What is hagiography you ask? Well, I'll tell you. These are stories of dead Christians. And they are most of the time totally over the top. And I want you to take all of these with a giant grain of salt because they are not historically accurate and they aren't meant to be They are stories of heroes. And so that's what they're just meant to be. So just let them be hero stories, okay, and stop thinking too much about it because it's great. And I love them. This one comes from St. Lawrence. And St. Lawrence is the name of the borough where I live, which is named not at all after the actual St. Lawrence, but after a brand of stockings that the local knitting mill made in the 40s. But St. Lawrence, capitalism, right, it's too bad, because it's a great story. And I actually, this is the only dead Christian. That whose icon I own, I have, I have St. Lawrence in my kitchen, he holds my, my coffee scoops. And I'll tell you why in just a second, because it's great. So I'm going to take you all the way back to the mid to 50s. So this is like 200 years after Jesus. And Christianity is still kind of an underground sort of deal. But Christians in Rome, were starting to get maybe a little bit too powerful, a little bit too influential. You know, the whole thing was just kind of like back to Emperor valerian, he wasn't really having a whole lot of these Christians. So he issued an edict that all Christians in Rome must offer a sacrifice to Roman gods, or else lose their titles and land and standing. And anyone who persisted should be put to death. This was something that Roman emperors did from time to time, because they knew that Christians weren't going to do it, because Christians were stubborn. And they were in those days, kind of countercultural. pacifistic, anarchists, who loved to give the middle finger to the government. If you can imagine such a thing, that's what the church was like back then. And they were not, under any circumstance going to acknowledge of Roman God as any kind of God because they were like, it's Jesus, or nothing. Sorry, I'll die before I'll do that. And so the Romans were like, Great, then we'll kill you. So in 258, the Emperor valerian issued an edict that all of the bishops, priests and deacons of the Roman church should immediately be put to death, and all of their treasures confiscated because obviously, they would not make those sacrifices to Jupiter and such. So they started hunting down all the church leaders. And after they killed the Pope, and some of the most prominent leaders, their prefect of Rome, went after the arch deacon of the church, and demanded that he turn over all the treasures of the church. Now, deacons, for those of you who are not super into churchy stuff are the class of, of officers within the church who are tasked with feeding and taking care of the poor and the widows, the orphans, the lepers, anyone who has who has no social safety net in society. The deacons were the ones who went out and found these people and took care of them and help them so indirectly, they're also the people in charge of whatever finances the church has, which at those times was not a whole lot. But that was their job. And this fella named Lawrence was the first Deacon appointed of this church, and he was kind of in charge. So the Roman prefect went to him. And they were like, hey, Lawrence, so I gotta kill you. And I'm sorry about that, but I got to do it. However, if you turn over all of the treasures of the church to me right now, I might give you a head start. So you can get out of dodge, right? Because the prefect wants to take a cut, before he gives the rest of the Emperor. So he's, you know, he's trying to make it a little sweet for himself. So Lawrence is like, Alright, sure, I'm in, give me three days. At this point. I'm sure the prefect is like wait a second. What are these Christians? They're they're jackasses. So what, why is why is this guy on board, but whatever, I'm not gonna, I'm not gonna think too hard about it. I'm gonna get some cash money. So three days later, Lawrence shows up in front of the prefix office. And trailing him is a crowd of the dirtiest people, the widows, the orphans, the lepers, the poor, the crippled the sick, following behind him in this crowd, and he says to the prefect, Behold, the treasures of the church. Yeah, because he had taken those three days and had liquidated all of the church's assets and had then just redistributed them to the poor in Rome. So the church had no money after that. And he said, we are far more wealthy than your Emperor will ever be. So as you can probably Guess the prefect was not a fan. And so instead of beheading him, as they did with the Pope, and everyone else, he's like, I'm gonna make this guy suffer. So we strapped them to a grid iron, and put him over a bed of hot coals to slowly cook him to death. And after a while of excruciating pain, he said to Lawrence, what do you have to say for yourself now? And Lawrence looked at him, and he said, I'm done on this side, turn me over. And for that, they made him the patron saint of cooks. And so the icon I have of him in my kitchen is of him happily standing there with this big smile on his face, holding a big gridiron with like a bunch of garlic and onions in his other hand, as if he was like the church chef, because he's the patron saint of cooks. And somebody told the icon maker, go ahead and make me a picture of St. Lawrence, the patron saint of cooks. And they're like, Yeah, sure, I'll give him a bunch of food and stuff. Because apparently he was a chef. He was not a chef. He was cooked alive on a gridiron. He is also the patron saint of comedians, which feels a lot more appropriate. Because dude was a smartass. And I kind of love him.   Ian Binns 1:01:24 The patron saint of chefs, even though he was cooked alive.   Zack Jackson 1:01:28 Yeah, the patron saint of dentists also got her teeth kicked out. So the people who come up with these things have a sort of sense of cruel irony, I think. Yeah,   Kendra Holt-Moore 1:01:37 very much. So   Ian Binns 1:01:38 I would say so. Yeah. I love that.   Kendra Holt-Moore 1:01:41 Is there a like a closing like, outgoing theme music that that we'll have for the fit too, because I feel like it really needs that. Oh,   Ian Binns 1:01:51 well, maybe something about magical breasts this time though.   Zack Jackson 1:01:55 No magical breast this time. Just a smart Aliki Deacon who got cooked alive and then later turned into the patron saint of yummy garlic and onions.   Ian Binns 1:02:08 Yeah, that was, yeah, amen.   Zack Jackson 1:02:12 Amen. Okay. So the next time you're having a barbecue, pour one out for St. Lawrence, and maybe give the middle finger to the government hits what he was with St.   Ian Binns 1:02:24 Lawrence for being cooked alive. Hey, go. Thank you.

The Rock Church of Fort Myers
3.15.22 | "The Wilderness Process" | Evangelist Greg Godwin

The Rock Church of Fort Myers

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3.8.22 | "Spiritual Father For Apostolic Ministry" | Evangelist Greg Godwin

The Rock Church of Fort Myers

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3.6.22 | "We've Been Called Back To Judah" | Evangelist Greg Godwin

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Locked On Bucs – Daily Podcast On The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Fans
Buccaneers Franchise Chris Godwin | Goodbye Lenny | NFL Goes Crazy

Locked On Bucs – Daily Podcast On The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Fans

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2022 36:25


James is joined by 10 Tampa Bay's Evan Closky to discuss the Chris Godwin franchise tag and what it means for the Buccaneers and their future as well as the potential long term ramifications for Godwin should a deal not get worked out ahead of free agency next week - or the July deadline for players that were tagged. James goes on to discuss the fallout from the tag that the Bucs will feel when it comes to Carlton Davis hitting the open market as someone who will be heavily sought after as one of the best corners on the market. Davis testing the market doesn't guarantee he won't be back, but it doesn't help the Bucs' cause when trying to retain him. Leonard Fournette appeared to say goodbye to the Bucs, his teammates, and their fans on Instagram Tuesday night. What's next for #PlayoffLenny in his NFL journey? Finally, the NFL went into full blown anarchy for a span of a few hours with the announcement of multiple franchise tags, Aaron Rodgers staying with the Green Bay Packers on a mega deal, and one of the biggest blockbuster trades the NFL has ever seen with the Seattle Seahawks sending Russell Wilson to the Denver Broncos. Follow & Subscribe to the Locked On Bucs Podcast on these platforms… Apple: https://apple.co/3iOePFk Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3BwlScY Audacy: https://bit.ly/3FAcIhV Google: https://bit.ly/2X0IEdS Megaphone: https://bit.ly/3uZOcSo Follow Locked On Podcast Network on Twitter: https://twitter.com/LockedOnNetwork Check out all of our NFL Coverage: linktr.ee/lockedonnfl Follow James on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JYarcho_BUCS Follow David on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DHarrison82 Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. #TampaBayBuccaneers #GoBucs #NFL Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Bucs Pewter Nation Podcast
Pewter Report Podcast: Bucs Tag Godwin, Wilson Traded, Rodgers Back To Packers

Bucs Pewter Nation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 61:49


Jon, JC, Kasey and the rest of the Pewter Report crew talk about the big NFL news of the day in episode 501. This includes the Bucs franchise tag decision, the future of Chris Godwin and Carlton Davis, and how Mike Williams' contract extension with the Chargers may play into all of that. Then the crew discusses Josh Queipo's Bucs Battle Plan For The Offseason. Plus, Aaron Rodgers is going back to Green Bay and Russell Wilson is on his way to Denver. What's the ripple effect in Tampa Bay?

Beilinson Tennis Podcast
ATP Coach Neville Godwin Joins David and Steve

Beilinson Tennis Podcast

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ATP Coach Neville Godwin joins David and Steve to discuss his tennis journey. Neville, a former 100 player in the world, has had great success in the coaching arena where he has worked with Kevin Anderson and now is currently working with Reilly Opelka. Find "Court-Side with Beilinson Tennis": Tennis Channel Podcast Network: https://www.tennis.com/pro-game/podcasts/10/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/courtsidewithbeilinsontennis Instagram: https://instagram.com/court_side_with_beilinson Twitter: https://twitter.com/Court_Side_w_BT Website: https://www.beilinsontennis.com/  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Rock Church of Fort Myers
3.6.22 | "The Ministry Of The Eighth Angel" | Rev. Greg Godwin

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Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2022 70:58


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