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A steep-sided canyon carved by the Colorado River in Arizona, United States

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Letters to a Dead Friend About Zen
The Grand Canyon and Enlightenment

Letters to a Dead Friend About Zen

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 62:23


Here's a talk I gave in Phoenix, Arizona in 2012 about the Grand Canyon and Enlightenment.

Coast to Coast Hoops
1/20/2022-Coast To Coast Hoops

Coast to Coast Hoops

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 186:06


Greg recaps Wednesday's college basketball results, talks to Blake Lovell of Blue Ribbon Yearbook to look at the SEC landscape and preview Thursday's games & Greg picks & analyzes EVERY Thursday college basketball game. Podcast Highlights 1:20-Recap of Wednesday's results 12:08-Interview with Blake Lovell 28:20-Start of picks with Georgetown vs Providence 30:35-Picks & analysis for St. Louis vs UMass 32:58-Picks & analysis for Coastal Carolina vs Georgia Southern 34:57-Picks & analysis for Charlotte vs North Texas 37:13-Picks & analysis for Marshall vs FIU 39:27-Picks & analysis for Charleston vs Towson 41:31-Picks & analysis for Purdue vs Indiana 43:32-Picks & analysis for William & Mary vs Delaware 45:34-Picks & analysis for UNC Wilmington vs James Madison 48:11-Picks & analysis for Elon vs Drexel 50:44-Picks & analysis for Appalachian St vs Georgia St 52:51-Picks & analysis for Belmont vs Morehead St 55:08-Picks & analysis for Western Kentucky vs FAU 57:18-Picks & analysis for Chattanooga vs UNC Greensboro 59:17-Picks & analysis for Samford vs VMI 1:01:45-Picks & analysis for Wright St vs IUPUI 1:04:07-Picks & analysis for SMU vs Memphis 1:06:26-Picks & analysis for SIU Edwardsville vs TN Tech 1:08:38-Picks & analysis for South Dakota vs Western IL 1:10:44-Picks & analysis for Akron vs Bowling Green 1:13:03-Picks & analysis for Troy vs LA Monroe 1:15:19-Picks & analysis for Monmouth vs Fairfield 1:17:35-Picks & analysis for Texas St vs Little Rock 1:19:48-Picks & analysis for USC vs Colorado 1:21:52-Picks & analysis for New Mexico St vs Sam Houston St 1:24:24-Picks & analysis for Grand Canyon vs Stephen F Austin 1:27:22-Picks & analysis for South Dakota St vs St. Thomas 1:29:56-Picks & analysis for South Alabama vs Louisiana 1:32:27-Picks & analysis for Old Dominion vs Rice 1:34:20-Picks & analysis for Montana St vs Northern AZ 1:36:31-Picks & analysis for UT Arlington vs Arkansas St 1:38:59-Picks & analysis for Northern KY vs UIC 1:40:52-Picks & analysis for Oakland vs UW Milwaukee 1:42:46-Picks & analysis for TN St vs SE Missouri St 1:45:07-Picks & analysis for North Dakota St vs UMKC 1:47:00-Picks & analysis for UT Rio GV vs Utah Valley 1:49:18-Picks & analysis for North Dakota vs Oral Roberts 1:51:40-Picks & analysis for Eastern IL vs Murray St 1:54:04-Picks & analysis for Detroit vs UW Green Bay 1:56:21-Picks & analysis for Cal Baptist vs Tarleton St 1:58:26-Picks & analysis for Seattle vs Abilene Christian 2:00:19-Picks & analysis for UNLV vs Air Force 2:02:24-Picks & analysis for San Diego vs BYU 2:04:41-Picks & analysis for Sacramento St vs EWU 2:06:39-Picks & analysis for Idaho St vs Weber St 2:09:35-Picks & analysis for Northern Colorado vs Idaho 2:11:37-Picks & analysis for UConn vs Butler 2:14:09-Picks & analysis for Austin Peay vs UT Martin 2:16:47-Picks & analysis for Tulsa vs Cincinnati 2:18:59-Picks & analysis for Lamar vs Dixie St 2:21:30-Picks & analysis for UTSA vs UTEP 2:23:33-Picks & analysis for Boise St vs Utah St 2:25:42-Picks & analysis for Montana vs Portland St 2:27:30-Picks & analysis for UC Davis vs CSUN 2:29:19-Picks & analysis for Hawaii vs CS Bakersfield 2:31:51-Picks & analysis for CS Fullerton vs UC Irvine 2:33:44-Picks & analysis for Long Beach St vs UC San Diego 2:35:38-Picks & analysis for Pepperdine vs Loyola Marymount 2:38:06-Picks & analysis for Santa Clara vs St. Mary's 2:39:58-Picks & analysis for Arizona vs Stanford 2:42:05-Picks & analysis for UCLA vs Utah 2:44:12-Picks & analysis for Washington vs Oregon St 2:46:49-NY Post Pick San Francisco st Gonzaga 2:49:06-Start of extra game picks with North FL vs Florida St 2:51:06-Picks & analysis for SE Louisiana vs New Orleans 2:52:50-Picks & analysis for NW St vs Nicholls 2:54:23-Picks & analysis for McNeese St vs Texas A&M CC 2:56:02-Picks & analysis for Houston Baptist vs Incarnate Word 2:57:25-Picks & analysis for Winthrop vs Presbyterian Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Sports Gambling Podcast Network
College Basketball Predictions 1-20 | The College Basketball Experience (Ep. 94)

Sports Gambling Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 42:02


The College Basketball Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews the entire college basketball slate for Thursday, January 20th. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) breaks down each and every game on the college basketball slate plus gives out his top plays of the day. Can Trayce Jackson-Davis and the Indiana Hoosiers score a huge home win against Jaden Ivey and the Purdue Boilermakers. Will Emoni Bates and the Memphis Tigers grab a much needed home win against Kendric Davis and the SMU Mustangs? Will Chevez Goodwin and the USC Trojans survive a tough road test in Boulder against Evan Battey and the Colorado Buffaloes? Can Justin Bean and Utah State get back on track against the red hot Boise State Broncos and Marcus Shaver Jr.? Will Azuolas Tubelis and the Arizona Wildcats add another key victory to their resume against Harrison Ingram and the Stanford Cardinals? Can Khalil Shabazz and the San Francisco Dons hang with Drew Timme and the Gonzaga Bulldogs? Will Malachi Smith and Chattanooga get tested on the road against Bas Leyte and UNC Greensboro? Will Jovan Blacksher Jr. and Grand Canyon be able to grab a huge road win in the WAC against Gavin Kensmil and Stephen F. Austin? We talk it all and more on this daily edition of The College Basketball Experience. Get all of our College Basketball picks for free - sg.pn/cbbpicks Make sure you subscribe to The College Football Experience at sg.pn/tcfe Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Subscribe - Apple | Spotify Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack | Reddit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Big Adventures with Brian Dierker

Christa Sadler is an educator, author, and river guide. She and Brian sit down to chat about science in the Grand Canyon, her books, and adventuring around the globe. Enjoy Christa Sadler!

IN SICKNESS AND IN HEALTH with Dr. Celine Gounder
S4E1 / It's Up to You / Sophina Calderon, Ernestine Chaco, Jill Jim

IN SICKNESS AND IN HEALTH with Dr. Celine Gounder

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 31:45


Travel to the forests outside the Grand Canyon to follow Dr. Sophina Calderon and other Navajo Nation leaders as covid-19 tests the Diné people. Roughly 30% of the homes on the Navajo Nation rely on wood-burning stoves for heat. Many of those households haul wood from nearby forests. That's what Calderon was doing when she realized the pandemic's reach wouldn't stop at the hospital — it was going to create a heating crisis too. This episode explores root causes behind why some citizens of the Navajo Nation lack access to electricity and other infrastructure, and how so-called social determinants of health made the Diné so vulnerable to the first surges of the pandemic.“American Diagnosis” is a co-production of KHN and Just Human Productions.

Fitness Confidential with Vinnie Tortorich
Turning Life Around with NSNG® - Episode 2017

Fitness Confidential with Vinnie Tortorich

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 40:45


Episode 2017 - On this Saturday show, Terri Barnhardt joins Vinnie and the two talk Colorado snow, Terri's journey, diabetes development, turning life around with NSNG, and more. Https://www.vinnietortorich.com/2022/01/turning-life-around-nsng-episode-2017 PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS TERRI'S JOURNEY Terri is based out of Colorado. She's waiting for more snow. She was always reasonably heavy. At around age 21, she worked in Grand Canyon, and still gained 60 lbs in 9 months. At the time, her doctor just told her to cut down on the peanut butter. This weight gain occured while she was active each day. The diet was made up of lots of Mexican food (rice and beans), lots of margaritas, heavy carbs. She continued gaining weight, and developed diabetes, was on statins, and the like. When she was type 2, around 2012, her A1C was 13.3. Then, she ballooned up from there. TURNING LIFE AROUND In about 2016, she was diagnosed with two separate types of cancer that were unrelated within two months. She had kidney cancer and bone cancer in her opposite leg. Her kidney surgery happened first, and then she underwent leg surgery. At that point, she heard cancer would kill her or at least take her leg. She had metal parts. Terri then found a doctor who told her she needed to lose 100 lbs or he would put her on full time oxygen. Weight Watchers didn't work. Then, she found NSNG®. She went all in, and it changed her life. It took Terri a few weeks to figure out where her good intentions were being stolen. She got off all of her insulin within six weeks. She had other incredible developments, along with her weight loss, too. Terri feels this way of living saved her life. PURCHASE BEYOND IMPOSSIBLE The documentary launched this week on January 11! Order it TODAY! This is Vinnie's third documentary in just over three years. Get it now on Apple TV (iTunes) and/or Amazon Video! Link to the film on Apple TV (iTunes):  Share this link with friends, too! Link to the film on Amazon Video: It's also now available on Amazon (USA only for now)!  Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter! FAT: A DOCUMENTARY 2 (2021) Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: Please share my fact-based, health-focused documentary series with your friends and family. The more views, the better it ranks, so please watch it again with a new friend! REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter! FAT: A DOCUMENTARY (2019) Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: Please share my fact-based, health-focused documentary series with your friends and family. The more views, the better it ranks, so please watch it again with a new friend! REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter!

ETDPODCAST
Verborgenes Wasser im Grand Canyon des Mars entdeckt 52C7

ETDPODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 10:01


Fastest Known Podcast
FKTOY #5 and #4 Awards Announced - #172

Fastest Known Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 77:52


#5 Female: Addie Bracy and Corey Conner FKT: Grand Canyon R2R2R (AZ) Time: 08h 06m 41s Notes:  Unsupported quick double crossing of the Grand Canyon; a Premier Route. Athlete Comments: "Corey) "This was the longest run of my life by 3 hours! I was so scared my teeth were chattering. I may have over-compensated, because I ate and drank so much at the beginning I had to relieve myself 5 times in the first hour.  But that meant I felt strong on the brutal climb out at the finish." #5 Male: Pawel Szafruga FKT: Colorado Fourteeners (CO) Time: 43d 6h 49m 34s Notes: He not only climbed all 58 summits over 14,000' high in Colorado (Premier Route), but hiked between them all with no support. Athlete Comments: "I sprained an ankle so had to take a half day off. Unfortunately that was in Aspen, where the hotels were the most expensive. My budget was like a Little League team.  Fortunately, gas station food can be pretty good." Previous Podcast: https://fastestknowntime.com/podcast/157-pawel-szafruga #4 Female: Brooke Thomas FKT: Te Araroa (New Zealand) Time: 57d 12h 16m 0s Notes: This route traverses the entire country North to South, coast to coast!  Includes 150km of kayaking. Athlete Comments: "Logistics were by far the hardest part. My parents supported me, but 2/3 of the time I was by myself, and once I had 8 straight days out with no Support.  I didn't mash myself, and enjoyed every day, even though some were really hard, and I didn't know how to kayak. All your lows become your highs." #4 Male: Joe McConaughy FKT: Arizona Trail (AZ) Time: 14d, 3h, 21m, 0s Notes: Supported; encountered deep snow, quit, re-started. 2d 19h faster than previous. Athlete Comments:  "This is an epic 800 mile trail; the most bang for the buck of anything I've done.  You think Arizona you think desert, but there's a ton of vert, and I almost got snowed out. Seek out the adventures that matter to you." Previous Podcast:  https://fastestknowntime.com/podcast/129-arizona-trail-race; https://fastestknowntime.com/podcast/92-joe-mcconaughy; https://fastestknowntime.com/podcast/119-fktoy-2020-p2

Looking Up
Looking Up: Return From the Grand Canyon (Featuring Rader Lane)

Looking Up

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 40:00


From leading astronomy tours, to getting lost in the dark of the canyon, to almost getting eaten by a bobcat — Dean is back from his tenure as Grand Canyon National Park's Astronomer in Residency with stories to tell! Hear not just these stories about the magnificent vastness of Grand Canyon skies, but also some details of roadside attractions to hit if you find yourself making the cross country drive out west.We are also joined by Night Sky Park Ranger at the Grand Canyon National Park, Rader Lane to discuss how the program came to be and other great stories about the night skies in our National Parks.

USA-Reisen.de | Neue Reiseziele warten auf Euch!
Insights aus Arizona: Flagstaff auf der Route 66

USA-Reisen.de | Neue Reiseziele warten auf Euch!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 87:35


Wenigen ist diese Stadt auf der legendären Route 66 ein Begriff, dabei ist sie der ideale Ausgangsort für zahlreiche US-Top-Highlights. Darunter befindet sich nicht nur die Route 66 als Sehnsuchtsziel schlechthin, sondern auch beispielsweise der Grand Canyon. Wer in Flagstaff übernachtet, hat auch zahlreiche Monumente, State Parks, den größten Berg Arizonas, einen weiteren Nationalpark, Geisterstädte, sternenklare Nachthimmel, Mondfahrtgeschichte und vieles mehr zum Greifen nah! Kommt mit - wie beamen uns rüber und entdecken diese spannende Stadt gleich in mehreren Jahreszeiten! Axel und Doreen werden diesmal von Nina Meuter vom deutschen Tourismusbüro für Arizona begleitet. Außerdem haben wir einen brandneuen, kostenlosen Online-Stadtführer für Flagstaff im Gepäck sowie eine geniale Reise, die Euch ohne viel Kofferpacken an viele absolute US-Traumziele bringt. Die Reise - "West at its best" - und den Stadtführer findet Ihr auf www.usareisen.de/arizona.

Design Details
424: The Art of Unsolicited Redesigns

Design Details

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 35:39


This week, we talk about the art of creating unsolicited redesigns at work — how to approach them, how to wrangle complexity and rabbit holes, and what to do when you have something worth sharing. In the Sidebar, we share our strategies to become a better storyteller and presentation builder.Golden Ratio Supporters:Play — Play is the first native iOS design tool made for teams creating mobile products. Design, prototype, and collaborate, directly from your phone. With Play you can experience your design as you create it while taking full advantage of native iOS features not found in other design and prototyping tools. Full access invites available for the first 25 people here!The Sidebar:The Sidebar is an exclusive weekly segment for our Patreon supporters. You can subscribe starting at $1 per month for access to bonus content going forward! Sign up at patreon.com/designdetails.Latest VIP Patrons:Justin NeelyMichael DeGothseirChris BarrettAnita MiskovicKyrylo KholopkinRichard LaxaKevin TurnerImran AshrafShuhua QuanMike ScottSteve SalgadoLiva KacaraJin ErnestLuke WenzelLeandroRichard QuayJosh NelsonBen WongRaymond ZhouHau HuynhMain Topic:This week, we talk about the art of unsolicited redesigns at work — how to approach them, how to wrangle complexity and rabbit holes, and what to do when you have something worth sharing.Cool Things:Brian shared The Emerald Mile: The Epic Story of the Fastest Ride in History Through the Heart of the Grand Canyon. If you want to try something new, non-tech, but deeply interesting, give this a read!Marshall shared the entire Jeremy Robinson collection of books.The OthersFluxExo-HunterTribeThe DarkMind BulletInfiniteNPCInfinite 2Island 731Design Details on the Web:

Answers with Ken Ham
Rocks That Confirm Genesis

Answers with Ken Ham

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022


Evolutionists believe the smoothly bent rock layers in Grand Canyon were laid down slowly, one after the other. So how were they bent while hard?

Tap That AZ - Arizona Craft Beer Podcast
Event Conversations: AZ Barrels, Bottles & Brews Festival

Tap That AZ - Arizona Craft Beer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 40:46


*Recorded live at AZ Barrels, Bottles & Brews Festival* AZB3, as the cool people call it, at Salt River Fields is a blast every year. A more intimate experience than other beer festivals, AZB3 is a must-hit so be sure to keep an eye out next year. Guests from Simple Machine, Grand Canyon, Crooked Tooth, and Old Ellsworth join in on this episode as well as our pal, the amazing Shaun Northrup from Salt River Fields. Enjoy the show!

Truth For Life Programs
“Behold Your God!” (Part 1 of 4)

Truth For Life Programs

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022


If you've visited the Grand Canyon, you know that pictures don't do it justice. You have to see it for yourself! So how can we possibly grasp the incomparable greatness of God? Find out what He reveals about Himself, on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg. Listen...

Wet Fly Swing Fly Fishing Podcast
WFS 278 - Grand Canyon Dory Adventures with Kelly Neu

Wet Fly Swing Fly Fishing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 56:55


Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/278 Presented by: Trxstle, Dette Flies, Anglers Coffee, Stonefly Nets Podcast Sponsors:  https://wetflyswing.com/sponsors/  Rick Kustich is here to dig back into Steelhead fishing tips and the Great Lakes. We find out how he came to write his first book on the Great Lakes - how his "Advanced" book came to be and which word he'd remove from the title if he could change it today. Kelly Neu is here to share her story of guiding on the Colorado River and her fascination with Riverdories. Kelly describes how to put together your own river trip and what the first few days of a Grand Canyon trip look like - plus Kelly has a 2 minutes YouTube video that covers building a full drift boat. Find out the companies that Kelly recommends if you plan on taking a private or commercial trip to the Grand Canyon. Discover which types of rapids you can expect on the Canyon River and whether it is safe for your family and friends to get down there. Grand Canyon Show Notes with Kelly Neu 02:31 - Pete McBride was on the podcast at WFS 166 (Drift Boat Series Ep. 1) 03:56 - Kelly Neu's 2012 Lava for Ceiba video 04:17 - Kelly Neu boatbuilding video timelapse 06:13 - Jason Cajune was on the podcast WFS 196 (Drift Boat Series Ep. 8) 08:02 - Brad Dimock does boatbuilding classes 10:49 - Kelly is on Instagram @zipdories - send her a message if you want to get a boat kit 12:49 - The 10-footer Doryak 13:13 - Kelly explains the flat section on the bottom of the boat purpose for Grand Canyon 16:54 - The Flipline purpose 22:04 - Pete talked about Martin Linton and the amazing story of the dories in WFS 166 22:58 - Highsiding explained 25:57 - Kids go down the Grand Canyon - how safe is it for the kids? 30:22 - Kelly recommends Canyon Explorations & Expeditions 31:06 - The company with the most dories is Oars.com 31:30 - Azraft.com has a couple of dories 31:35 - Brad Dimock used to do trips with Azraft 32:33 - Lees Ferry boat ramp is where you camp the night before 32:58 - Marble Canyon Lodge 37:01 - The first rapid that you might worry about is the House Rock Rapid 41:18 - The biggest rapid for dories 43:19 - Kelly's favorite times to take a Grand Canyon trip 45:23 - The Grand Canyon Lottery 47:06 - Ceiba.com arranges a private trip and will do everything for you - you just need to show up Grand Canyon Conclusion with Kelly Neu Kelly Neu shared her story of guiding on the Colorado River and her fascination with Riverdories. Kelly described how to put together your own river trip and what the first few days of a Grand Canyon trip look like. We found out the companies that Kelly recommends if you plan on taking a private or commercial trip to the Grand Canyon. And we discover which types of rapids you can expect on the Canyon River. Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/278

PlaybyPlay
1/6/22 San Francisco vs. Loyola Chicago FREE College Basketball Pick

PlaybyPlay

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022


San Francisco vs. Loyola Chicago College Basketball Pick Prediction 1/6/2022 by Tony T. San Francisco vs. Loyola Chicago—The Ramblers sit best in the nation in effective field goal percentage. Loyola Chicago strong scoring inside and hit 41.8% from three. They secure the basketball and strong on the defensive glass. Ramblers do a good job of defending inside. Loyola Chicago has notable wins on the road to DePaul and Vanderbilt plus has a win on a neutral court to Arizona St. They played Michigan St tough in a two point loss on a neutral site. San Francisco a sloppy team that commits a high number of turnovers and poor at the free throw line. They do have a loss on a neutral court to Grand Canyon. They have not played a difficult schedule. Play Loyola Chicago -1.5.

Coast to Coast Hoops
1/6/2022-Coast To Coast Hoops

Coast to Coast Hoops

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 133:19


Greg recaps Wednesday's college basketball results, talks to Brian Geisinger of ACCSports.com & the High Point basketball broadcast team about the teams in the ACC that have surprised in good & bad way & Greg picks & analyzes EVERY Thursday college basketball game. Podcast Highlights 1:24-Recap of Wednesday's results 14:40-Interview with Brian Geisinger 34:02-Start of picks with Coastal Carolina vs Troy 36:19-Picks & analysis for Ohio St vs Indiana 38:45-Picks & analysis for Maryland vs Illinois 41:15-Picks & analysis for UC vs Wright St 43:44-Picks & analysis for UT Arlington vs Georgia St 46:43-Picks & analysis for UT Martin vs Tennessee St 48:58-Picks & analysis for Little Rock vs LA Monroe 51:12-Picks & analysis for North Dakota vs Omaha 53:36-Picks & analysis for Arkansas St vs Louisiana 56:10-Picks & analysis for Middle Tennessee vs Rice 58:22-Picks & analysis for UAB vs North Texas 1:00:19-Picks & analysis for So Miss vs UTSA 1:02:44-Picks & analysis for Seattle vs Chicago St 1:05:29-Picks & analysis for SE Missouri St vs Belmont 1:07:42-Picks & analysis for Appalachian St vs South Alabama 1:09:33-Picks & analysis for Grand Canyon vs UT Rio Grande Valley 1:12:14-Picks & analysis for Oral Roberts vs St. Thomas 1:14:46-Picks & analysis for Sam Houston St vs Tarleton St 1:17:25-Picks & analysis for Montana St vs Idaho 1:19:20-NY Post Pick Iowa vs Wisconsin 1:21:40-Picks & analysis for Montana vs Eastern Washington 1:24:07-Picks & analysis for Pacific vs BYU 1:26:47-Picks & analysis for SMU vs Cincinnati 1:28:56-Picks & analysis for Washington St vs Colorado 1:31:16-Picks & analysis for Washington vs Utah 1:33:31-Picks & analysis for LA Tech vs UTEP 1:36:02-Picks & analysis for UC San Diego vs UC Riverside 1:37:59-Picks & analysis for USC vs California 1:40:02-Picks & analysis for San Francisco vs Loyola Chicago 1:42:11-Picks & analysis for Long Beach St vs UCLA 1:44:18-Start of extra game picks Radford vs USC Upstate 1:46:15-Picks & analysis for NJIT vs UMass Lowell 1:48:06-Picks & analysis for Mount St. Mary's vs LIU 1:50:18-Picks & analysis for St Francis PA vs St. Francis NY 1:52:29-Picks & analysis for Sacred Heart vs Central Connecticut St 1:54:26-Picks & analysis for Bryant vs Wagner 1:56:11-Picks & analysis for Albany vs Binghamton 1:58:29-Picks & analysis for New Hampshire vs Vermont 2:00:39-Picks & analysis for SE Louisiana vs Houston Baptist 2:02:35-Picks & analysis for New Orleans vs McNeese St 2:04:38-Picks & analysis for Northwestern St vs Texas A&M CC 2:06:36-Picks & analysis for Nicholls vs Incarnate Word Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Great Song Podcast
Playlist My Life: Camping at the Grand Canyon (PML 202)

The Great Song Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 17:05


This week the boys tackle a playlist for the ultimate camping trip—one of the natural wonders of the world, the Grand Canyon. And it's up to you to tell us what we left out! Check out the official playlists and tell us what song you would add—we'll add our favorite to the list and credit you. Let's go camping! Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/59IxEM24Qt4u7xr48aypb9?si=ebb335e5978149dd Apple Music Playlist: https://music.apple.com/us/playlist/playlist-my-life-camping-at-the-grand-canyon/pl.u-GK4ZtBq6Jv --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/greatsongpod/message

Adventure Begins Podcast
Visiting Vegas

Adventure Begins Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 54:23


While there to attend a work conference; Meghan visits Las Vegas for the first time and shares her impressions of the sights, sounds, and wonders of this unique destination. Whether you are there to pay, play, or work, this town has something for everyone. *PLUS* - The Mirage is off on a permanent vacation - We share tips on what to do with your old luggage - Suggestions for celebrating new years with foods from around the world ... So pack your bags, tune in, and let the adventure begin!

Where Did the Road Go?
Walter Boseley on Veiled Destinies - Dec 25, 2021

Where Did the Road Go?

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022


Part 1 of 2. Seriah interviews researcher, writer, scholar, and retired federal investigator Walter Bosley. Topics include Juan Cabrillo, mysteries of old California, Sir Richard Francis Burton, Ambrose Bierce, Napoleon, intelligence operations in the colonial era, Ingersoll Lockwood, Margaretta Todd, esoteric lost history, Joan of Arc and her sacred sword, Excaliber, Saint Catherine of Alexandria, the Godess Hecate, Hypatia, Roman Catholic syncretism, Vodou, "Empire of the Wheel", Catalina Island, Hecate synchronicities, Marco Polo, anomalous maps, Pre-Columbian expeditions from Europe to the Americas, precious metal trading, Sir Francis Drake, the Cham culture and empire, a lost city in the Grand Canyon, an extremely ancient temple, Atlantis in Southeast Asia, lost cities in South America, underwater archeological finds off of Africa, ruins discovered after a tsunami, Randall Carlson, after-effects of the last ice age, California as an island, Queen Calafia, lost waterways, David Childress, the Smithsonian Institution and the National Park Service, bones of giants, destruction and suppression of inconvenient artifacts, Graham Hancock, classified storage facilities, ancient high-tech civilizations, Antarctica, the myth of linear progress vs. cyclical conditions, the South Pole ozone hole, John E. Brandenburg and Mars, Knights of Malta, Knights Templar, megaliths, Oak Island, hidden objects, Henry Sinclair, hidden seceret vaults, reality TV, missing artifacts, antikythera mechanism, the Cathars, Constantinople, and much more! This is fascinating conversation on a vast number of subjects! Ths s one not to be missed! - Recap by Vincent Treewell Outro Music by David Wirsig with Black Eyes Download

Big Adventures with Brian Dierker

Dan Hall is a river runner, adventurer, and slayer of ravenna grass. He sits down with Brian to chat about his epic cycling trips, radio improv, and Grand Canyon science. Enjoy Dan Hall!

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Ditty TV: The Whitmore Sisters

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 33:47


We're really excited to share a conversation that Amy Wright recently had with sisters Eleanor and Bonnie Whitmore, two highly accomplished singer-songwriters who are releasing their first album together as The Whitmore Sisters. Titled Ghost Stories, the album is inspired by the loss of family, friends, ex-boyfriends and, on the title track, people who have died by police violence. These “ghosts” chose to appear right as Covid became entrenched, when live music evaporated and people were isolated from each other. We dig into how this new record was produced by Chris Masterson, and how, ultimately, Ghost Stories' cathartic songs embrace the beauty and the experience of living. What came from lock-down and shared experiences; hiking the Grand Canyon at five, playing bars at 15, getting their pilots' licenses, or just embracing the beauty of living, is an album to take you places and make you feel so alive. Eleanor says she's always liked Woody Guthrie's way of looking at it: ‘Music is to comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable.'” Part of Pantheon Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Chi State Pod
Tony Trifonov

Chi State Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 25:18


Episode 38 of the Chi State Pod features Chicago State head volleyball coach Tony Trifonov. Trifonov powered the Cougars to a program-record 17 Division I wins in 2021, earning him Western Athletic Conference Coach of the Year recognition. Now having won a Coach of the Year award at each collegiate stop, the longtime volleyball veteran reflects on Chicago State's historic season, which featured Yanlis Feliz earning her way onto the AVCA's All-America list, a win over the Big Ten's Indiana and stopping Grand Canyon's 20-match home win streak. On the Chi State Pod, Trifonov delves into… How her perceives the 2021 season a few weeks later
 What makes Yanlis Feliz the prolific player she's become
 What he learned from his recent trip to the Volleyball Final Four Much more
 Chi State Pod is hosted and produced by Sam Brief. You can subscribe on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

Backpacking Light Podcast
Ben Kilbourne Reads "Going Home"

Backpacking Light Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 16:29


Backpacking Light contributor Ben Kilbourne reads his meditation on the transition from wilderness to trail to parking lot. Click here for show notes: https://backpackinglight.com/episode-53-going-home

DittyTV's Insights | Artist Interviews

We're really excited to share a conversation that Amy Wright recently had with sisters Eleanor and Bonnie Whitmore, two highly accomplished singer-songwriters who are releasing their first album together as The Whitmore Sisters. Titled Ghost Stories, the album is inspired by the loss of family, friends, ex-boyfriends and, on the title track, people who have died by police violence. These “ghosts” chose to appear right as Covid became entrenched, when live music evaporated and people were isolated from each other. We dig into how this new record was produced by Chris Masterson, and how, ultimately, Ghost Stories' cathartic songs embrace the beauty and the experience of living. What came from lock-down and shared experiences; hiking the Grand Canyon at five, playing bars at 15, getting their pilots' licenses, or just embracing the beauty of living, is an album to take you places and make you feel so alive. Eleanor says she's always liked Woody Guthrie's way of looking at it: ‘Music is to comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable.'” Part of Pantheon Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

James Sturtevant Hacking Engagement
Episode 155 Rim to Rim to Rim at Age 60…Starring Marie Miller Bird and Sue Markovitch

James Sturtevant Hacking Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 57:18


It's been a while since I published an episode. There's a reason for that. I've been busy developing a new podcast. The Retired Teacher Coach Podcast debuted in the last week of 2021. It's based on my coaching practice. My elevator pitch for my coaching goes as follows:I help retired educators make awesome health and lifestyle choices.While my niche is retired educators, I work with clients that are not educators and clients who are not retired. Each episode of my new show follows a template similar to the Hacking Engagement Podcast. I'll identify a problem and offer solutions. Please don't worry about the Hacking Engagement Podcast. It's not ending. There'll be more episodes in the future.But for today I wanted to share an episode of my new podcast. This episode has been very well received and I'll wager that it'll inspire you regardless of your age or your occupation status. If you like what you hear, please subscribe to The Retired Teacher Coach Podcast on Apple, Google, or Spotify.

Clixoom - Science & Future
Sensationsfund auf dem Mars: Riesige Wasservorkommen unter Grand Canyon des Mars!

Clixoom - Science & Future

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 9:21


Die Rede ist von “signifikanten Mengen an Wasser” - aufgespürt im “Valles Marineris, dem “Grand Canyon” des Mars! Das riesige Wasserreservoir wurde jetzt direkt unter der Oberfläche des Roten Planeten aufgespürt und zwar mit der Hilfe des ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO). Selbst die Fachleute sind über die große Menge an Wasser unter der Oberfläche des Roten Planeten erstaunt. Wird die Besiedlung des Mars jetzt viel einfacher?

Slow Boat Sailing Podcast
COVID Road Trip: An RV Adventure (Part 1 of 2) Audiobook by Linus Wilson Ep. 63

Slow Boat Sailing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 53:51


COVID Road Trip: An RV Adventure Kindle Edition https://www.amazon.com/COVID-Road-Trip-RV-Adventure-ebook/dp/B098LX79QN One man was tired of stay at home orders and government regulation of every aspect of life during the COVID-19 pandemic. He bought a small RV, a teardrop travel trailer, and started exploring the American West. This is the story of his travels in search of freedom and adventure on the open road with his dog Avery. Linus Wilson takes the reader to the American West and Southwest including Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, California, Utah, and Colorado. He hikes to the top of Half-Dome, El Capitan, and the 14er Quandary Peak. He visits the North and South Rims of the Grand Canyon, The Petrified Forest, Death Valley, Yosemite, Sequoia and King's Canyon, Arches, Canyonlands Islands in the Sky, and Bryce Canyon National Parks. He gets lost hiking Peekaboo Canyon and Spooky Gulch in the Grand Escalante National Monument. He was attacked by bees and longhorn sheep in the 120F degree Valley of Fire State Park outside Las Vegas. He gives his tips and tricks on managing and backing a small travel trailer. Linus and his wife bought a NuCamp T@B (Tab) 320s 15-foot travel trailer as their first RV. He gives readers the secrets of boondocking on Bureau of Land Management sites and at Cracker Barrel. He also writes about the free or discounted RV overnight stay programs Passport America and Harvest Hosts. A bonus chapter is written by the award-winning fiction author Sophie Violette Wilson. Captain Linus Wilson is the author of the travel narratives SLOW BOAT TO THE BAHAMAS, HOW TO SAIL AROUND THE WORLD PART-TIME, and SLOW BOAT TO CUBA. He has also edited the annotated editions of SAILING TO TREASURE ISLAND by Captain J.C. Voss and SAILING THE OGRE by Mabel Stock. Captain Linus Wilson is the author of How to Sail Around the World Part-Time which is available in eBook and softcover on Amazon and in audiobook for all patrons of Slow Boat Sailing at www.patreon.com/slowboatsailing On the Slow Boat Sailing Podcast Linus Wilson has interviewed the crew of Sailing SV Delos, WhiteSpotPirates (Untie the Lines), Chase the Story Sailing, Gone with the Wynns, MJ Sailing, Sailing Doodles, SV Prism, Sailing Zatara, Adventures of an Old Seadog and many others. Get Linus Wilson's bestselling sailing books: Slow Boat to the Bahamas at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B018OUI1Q2 on Audible at https://www.audible.com/pd/B07N7QFNJR/?source_code=AUDFPWS0223189MWT-BK-ACX0-141382&ref=acx_bty_BK_ACX0_141382_rh_us Slow Boat to Cuba https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MFFX9AG https://gumroad.com/l/cubabook and How to Sail Around the World-Part Time https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01B0OFYNW https://gumroad.com/l/sailing have been #1 sailing ebook bestsellers on Amazon. You can get the full audiobook of Sailing to Treasure Island by Captain John C. Voss. at http://www.Patreon.com/slowboatsailing Sign up for our free newsletter for access to free books and other promotions at http://www.slowboatsailing.com Support the videos at www.Patreon.com/slowboatsailing Associate Producers Ben Dahle and Rick Moore (SSL). Sign up for our free newsletter for access to free books and other promotions at http://www.slowboatsailing.com Copyright Linus Wilson, Oxriver Publishing, Vermilion Advisory Services, LLC, 2021

Fastest Known Podcast
Hillary Allen - What's new with the 'Hilly Goat' ... and the rest of the world? - #170

Fastest Known Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 43:45


We catch up with the "indomitable force" for a quick introduction to the upcoming Fastest Known Time Of the Year award, and more. "This is my favorite time of the year!  We get to discuss all the cool FKTs." But first, we delve into the wonderful world of gravel-bike racing.  Many runners got into SkiMo, which we've discussed here, but now the new cross-training sport is gravel riding.  "I got into cycling after an injury, and now I love it.  It's so fun.  And so easy on your body - you can ride all day, and the next day you feel fine." We discuss the 'super bowl' of gravel racing, Unbound Gravel, in Emporia Kansas. "It was really hot, and windy, and sunny ... it was carnage out there ... riders were flopped out the shade on the side of the road." "There was this guy drafting me, and he wouldn't come around.  He just wouldn't take a pull.  So I started crying. That's what you do, right?  He finally comes around, then doesn't do anything, so he's actually slowing me down.  So I pass him back, and this time pull away, still crying." "That's what endurance sports are.  It's so incredible what the body can do.  And the mind." Rob Krar on the Tonto Rim, "Hole to Hump" in the Grand Canyon, and why there are many FKTs in the UK but few in France ... this is a fun conversation. And lastly:  Buzz propositions Hillary live on air!  What was her response? There was no advertising on this podcast - we rely on YOU.   Please show your support here!  (The Internet is NOT free). Please Review and Rate the Fastest Known Podcast (this helps people find the show).

Here's What I Don't Get
Episode 266 - Beefboozled

Here's What I Don't Get

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 97:17


As our last episode of 2021, we'd like to take this time to say goodbye to all those that we lost this year. The slicin' and dicin' Ron Popeil, the Ruff Rydin' DMX, the King of Monday Night Football John Madden, the uhhhhhhh best Burt Reynolds Norm McDonald, and much love and RIP to Shock-G and anyone else that ever got busy in a Burger King bathroom, I'm sure you're all dead of Hepatitis A, B, and C by now. But enough of that, let's look forward to next year, where the rest of your childhood heroes will bite the dust. Until then be glad this is the last time this year you'll have to hear about:- Christmas Garbage- Sweets- The Jerky Racket- New Year's ResolutionsA great man once said "America has always been defined by its excess: the Grand Canyon, professional sports contracts, Wendy's Baconator (extra bacon). I myself have 18 Lamborghinis and a Subaru station wagon. And it's because of this excess that I have flourished. I implore you, please, do no stop profiting. Live for excess, it's the American way." He was right. And with excess comes garbage. A lot of garbage. Packing material, wrapping paper, boxes, bags, plastic molds, zip-ties, batteries, receipts, cards, envelopes, bows, tape. And that's all just for the presents, don't forget the scraps, cans, and boxes that come with cooking your excessive Christmas feast afterwards.Speaking of excess, even with a holiday devoted to letting kids run around from house to house gathering months worth of candy, we somehow find a way to outdo ourselves during the Christmas holiday season. Just how many deserts did your family have this year? Some cookies, a cake, three pies, banana pudding, peach cobbler, and brownies? Topped off with your candy-filled stocking? It's bad enough for one meal, but then you've got leftovers, and extra leftovers by the person that cooked the cake that only wanted one slice for themselves, so you've got to take the rest. So the next two weeks you're eating dessert every night like a king, then you go back to work and they've got to grease the sides of the door just to get you in, Shamu.Hey boys, what if we's wuz ta take summa dat beef ova there, cut it up and dry it out, lettin it get all chewy and what not, then charge an arm and a leg for it, despite it being cheap beef that we just let sit around? Sounds like we're in business, the Don'll love it. We'll call it Jerky, on a count a cuz we're being jerks for makin' it cost so much.Saying you'll do something is not the same as actually doing it. Unfortunately our dumb little lizard brains don't know that, so we get the same good feels from both. That's why we have New Year's Resolutions. Because saying you'll lose that weight, or read that book, or start drawing makes you feel just as good as actually doing it. Everyone loves planning and coming up with ideas for things. But when it comes time to do it? We get an even bigger dopamine hit from cancelling those plans. What weirdos.All this and more on this week's episode! Don't forget to join us on DISCORD, support us on PATREON or by BUYING A SHIRT.Happy New Year, and Condolences to one Dick Masterson, for being Second Best.

WAC Hoops Digest
WAC Wager Episode 1

WAC Hoops Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 42:55


New to the Straight Outta WAC podcast is a segment we refer to as WAC Wager. Austin Montgomery and Kyle will be providing this segment twice a week prior to games starting. Austin writes for aarontorresonline.com with NFL, college football and college basketball gambling articles. Kyle, well he is just connected to the WAC. And both hosts give their thoughts on the point spreads, over/under and some of their bets for WAC games. This will be coming to you all throughout the season. In the first game of the night, Lamar at Sam Houston, Austin leads toward Sam Houston -9.5 while Kyle is afraid of the line due to reports of only 8 Cardinals making the trip. Kyle takes the over of 134.5.  In the second game, Abilene Christian at Utah Valley, Kyle is taking Abilene Christian on the money line while Austin is going with Utah Valley at +1.  In the third game, Austin and Kyle are both on the same page, taking Chicago State +22 at Grand Canyon. The line is just too high and without the Havocs in town due to Christmas break, this may make it easier for the Cougars to cover. In the fourth and final game, Austin is taking the over at 133 while Kyle is taking Dixie State +3.5 due to news that came out from the Texans on Wednesday. Tarleton is without two starters including the second leading scorer on the team Tahj Small.  Keep an eye out for these episodes to come out twice a week throughout conference play. 

WAC Hoops Digest
Talking Bearkats and Cougars on Wednesday Morning

WAC Hoops Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 45:22


On another daily episode of the Straight Outta WAC podcast, we are talking Bearkats and Cougars. Sam Houston play-by-play voice Rob Hipp drops in to talk about the Bearkats. And special guest head coach Jason Hooten joins the cast as well to talk about the difficulty of preparing for a conference opener with COVID on the table, too.  Savion Flagg has been really good for the Bearkats. Unfortunately, there has been inconsistency around him, which has led to a struggle throughout the non-conference slate. Tristan Ikpe, Javion May and others need to step up if the Bearkats are to have success when WAC play opens on Thursday. The Bearkats face a well-known foe in Lamar. The Cardinals knocked the Bearkats out of the Southland Conference tournament in 2021 so there is a little redemption on the mind of the Bearkats. In the second segment, we talk with Josh Hunt who breaks down Chicago State. The Cougars have four wins in the non-conference slate. All four wins have come against Division I opponents. And the four wins are the most Chicago State has had in a season in nearly three years. The Cougars haven't been healthy all season with a pair of freshman still dealing with nagging injuries. JUCO transfer Brandon Betson has been really good for the Cougars under first-year head coach Gerald Gillion. Chicago State opens WAC play at Grand Canyon and at New Mexico State. Not a good combination.   

Big Bets On Campus
College Basketball Betting Preview | Wednesday, December 29th

Big Bets On Campus

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 49:35


It's our ninth college basketball episode of the season! Every Wednesday morning, the Three Man Weave crew of Jim Root, Ky McKeon and Matt Cox will join Big Bets On Campus to talk all things gambling in college hoops! This week, the guys give out their favorite underdogs (02:40), most-likely candidates for big blowouts (15:50), favorite Power 5 matchups (20:34), favorite mid-major matchups (28:52), and the “Trashman Games of the Week” (37:20). They wrap up the episode with a spotlight on mid-major conference matchups that could have major implications on at-large bids for March Madness (39:45). Game previews include Rhode Island vs. Dayton (03:31), Towson vs. James Madison (05:52), Texas State vs. South Alabama (07:09), Portland State vs. Idaho (08:55), Georgia vs. Gardner-Webb (11:25), Murray State vs. Tennessee Tech (13:14), Morehead State vs. Tennessee State (13:14), Maryland vs. Brown (14:27), Ole Miss vs. Florida (14:57), Butler vs. DePaul (14:57), Texas vs. West Virginia (14:57), Penn State vs. Delaware State (16:12), Rutgers vs. Maine (17:41), Texas A&M vs. Central Arkansas (18:15), Grand Canyon vs. Chicago State (18:53), UAB vs. UTSA (18:53), Alabama vs. Tennessee (20:44), Auburn vs. LSU (20:44), Seton Hall vs. Villanova (23:32), Iowa State vs. Baylor (26:36), St. Mary's vs. San Francisco (29:08), North Dakota State vs. South Dakota State (30:43), Charleston vs. Delaware (32:34), USF vs. Mississippi Valley State (37:27), VCU vs. Davidson (40:19), Saint Louis vs. Richmond (42:00), SMU vs. UCF (42:20), Wichita State vs. Memphis (43:03), Wyoming vs. Boise State (44:15), Loyola Marymount vs. Gonzaga (45:50), and Portland vs. BYU (47:12).

Public News Service
PNS Daily Newscast - December 28, 2021

Public News Service

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 6:00


Members of Native American tribes in the Southwest ask Congress to make a ban on uranium mining near the Grand Canyon permanent, and President Biden says the solution to the pandemic is at the state level.

Public News Service
PNS Daily Newscast - December 28, 2021

Public News Service

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 6:01


Members of Native American tribes in the Southwest ask Congress to make a ban on uranium mining near the Grand Canyon permanent, and President Biden says the solution to the pandemic is at the state level.

Girrrl... Can I Ask You Something?
Meditation Techniques for Everyone ~ Replay

Girrrl... Can I Ask You Something?

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 34:53


Do you struggle with managing stress? Sis we got you! In this episode Hosts, Rhumel and Twanda interview meditation guru, Althea Lawton-Thompson. You'll learn what meditation is, why it's an effective tool for combating stress and how to get started. We learned a lot in this episode. We believe you will too. Lean in. This is good stuff. Don't forget to rate/review and subscribe!! Have a question or topic you want us to talk about? We want to hear from you!!Twitter: @girrrlpodcastInstagram: @girrrlpodcastFacebook: @girrrlpodcastEmail us: Talk2Us@girrrlpodcast.com Althea Lawton-Thompson Spiritual Healing GuideA former corporate executive, Althea left the boardroom for a career in wellness twenty- three years ago. As a certified fitness professional, she was the on-air wellness reporter for WBAL Channel 11 News in Baltimore, the creator of the youth obesity program for Johns Hopkins Hospital's pediatric department, the creator of the post-natal wellness program for Sinai Hospital, and the coordinator of the Healthy Living program for 13 Kaiser Permanente centers in Atlanta. Having trained extensively in spiritual and natural healing, Althea is a Reiki Master, a NOLS-certified outdoor leader, and a seasoned Yoga instructor and meditation guide. She has led 15 wellness retreats to Bali, Costa Rica, South Africa, Puerto Rico, Turks & Caicos, Dominican Republic, Bahamas, Grand Canyon, and the Georgia mountains. Her corporate wellness company - Aerobics, Yoga & MoreTM - provides certified and insured instructors in yoga, meditation, Pilates, and fitness to companies, schools, and government agencies in the Atlanta metro area. Althea has been highlighted in magazines including Mantra Yoga + Health, Essence, Upscale, Oxygen, and Best Body and was voted one of “Atlanta's Best Yoga Instructors” by Best Self magazine. Her album, Guided Meditations with Althea, ranked #1 and #3 on two of Amazon's bestsellers list for New Age music. She's the producer of the AltheatizedTM fitness video series and the author of the bestselling novel, Losing Control, and the entrepreneur how-to book, Twenty. Althea has been married for twenty-three years and is the proud mother of two sons. Website: AltheaLawtonThompson.com Instagram: @althealawtonthompson Facebook Group: Althea's Retreats Facebook Page: Facebook.com/AltheaLawtonThompson YouTube: Living Life Limitlessly with Althea 

Mother Nature Will Kill You
Episode 23 - Five Minute Rant

Mother Nature Will Kill You

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 71:23


Haley and Jillian discuss a gnarly listener tale involving agave spines in the Grand Canyon, and Haley talks about the tragic and controversial story of Chris McCandless, aka "Into the Wild." Sources Into the Wild (film), Chris McCandless, Wikipedia Chris McCandless Went Into the Alaskan Wilderness in 1992 and Never Came Out, Katie Serena, All That Is Interesting The Into The Wild Bus is Gone, Long Live the Into the Wild Bus, Adam Roy, Backpacker

Stand Up For The Truth Podcast
Russ Miller: Worldview War, Compromise on Truth, Age of the Earth

Stand Up For The Truth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 55:32


We discuss how important it is for Christians to have a solid foundation on the Word of God, especially the Book of Genesis, and that the Global Flood is the lynchpin in the War of Worldviews (Secular/Humanist view vs Biblical view). We also touch on compromised Christian views such as theistic evolution. Daily podcast, relevant articles on issues pertaining to Christians and more can be found on Stand Up For The Truth.

The Archaeology Podcast Network Feed
Land Acknowledgements and Catching Up with Anna Cordova - HeVo 58

The Archaeology Podcast Network Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 61:52


On today's podcast Jessica catches up with Heritage Voices Episode 8 guest Anna Cordova, Lead Archaeologist for the city of Colorado Springs (although, to be clear, she is not representing the city with this interview). Anna is also Chairman on the Board of Trustees of the non-profit Jessica co-founded, Living Heritage Research Council. First, we talk about what Anna has been up to since her episode, including her role on the award winning Palmer trash discovery archaeology project at Garden of the Gods. Then we move into Land Acknowledgements. What are they, how can they be improved, and how important are they? We close out by talking about various ways you can make a positive impact with Indigenous communities regardless of whether you do a land acknowledgement, including donating, board or volunteer service, buying from tribal enterprises, visiting and financially supporting tribal parks, museums, and community centers, etc. Links Heritage Voices on the APN New exhibit highlights the founder of Colorado Springs Garden of the Gods Flood Mitigation Facility Palmer Trash Discovery, Colorado State Archaeologist's Award 2020 ACRA Public Industry Award Video (Garden of the Gods mitigation starts at 5:35) Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum City of Boulder Colorado Tribal Consultation City of Boulder Colorado Indigenous Peoples' Day Resolution Osprey Packs Philanthropy Program Living Heritage Research Council Facebook Page Scroll down to sign up for Living Heritage Research Council's newsletter Kroger Community Rewards (Colorado residents sign up here with your City Market or King Soopers card and let LHRC know to possibly be selected for 1 LHRC Osprey backpack) Individual and recurring donations to Living Heritage Research Council (with possibilities of receiving 1 of 3 LHRC Osprey backpacks) Native American Rights Fund (NARF) National Association of Tribal Historic Preservation Officers (NATHPO) Donation Page A:shiwi A:wan Museum and Heritage Center Southern Ute Cultural Center and Museum Ute Mountain Ute Tribal Park Grand Canyon West (Hualapai Tribe enterprise that includes the Grand Canyon glass skywalk, river trips, and zipline) Hopi Foundation Havasupai Falls Campground and Lodge, Havasupai Tribe Colorado Plateau Foundation Denver Indian Center Haseya Advocate Program (Native woman-led domestic and sexual violence organization in Colorado Springs) Contact Jessica Jessica@livingheritageanthropology.org @livingheritageA @LivingHeritageResearchCouncil ArchPodNet APN Website: https://www.archpodnet.com APN on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/archpodnet APN on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/archpodnet APN on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/archpodnet Tee Public Store Affiliates Wildnote TeePublic Timeular

Heritage Voices
Land Acknowledgements and Catching Up with Anna Cordova - Ep 58

Heritage Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 61:52


On today's podcast Jessica catches up with Heritage Voices Episode 8 guest Anna Cordova, Lead Archaeologist for the city of Colorado Springs (although, to be clear, she is not representing the city with this interview). Anna is also Chairman on the Board of Trustees of the non-profit Jessica co-founded, Living Heritage Research Council. First, we talk about what Anna has been up to since her episode, including her role on the award winning Palmer trash discovery archaeology project at Garden of the Gods. Then we move into Land Acknowledgements. What are they, how can they be improved, and how important are they? We close out by talking about various ways you can make a positive impact with Indigenous communities regardless of whether you do a land acknowledgement, including donating, board or volunteer service, buying from tribal enterprises, visiting and financially supporting tribal parks, museums, and community centers, etc. Links Heritage Voices on the APN New exhibit highlights the founder of Colorado Springs Garden of the Gods Flood Mitigation Facility Palmer Trash Discovery, Colorado State Archaeologist's Award 2020 ACRA Public Industry Award Video (Garden of the Gods mitigation starts at 5:35) Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum City of Boulder Colorado Tribal Consultation City of Boulder Colorado Indigenous Peoples' Day Resolution Osprey Packs Philanthropy Program Living Heritage Research Council Facebook Page Scroll down to sign up for Living Heritage Research Council's newsletter Kroger Community Rewards (Colorado residents sign up here with your City Market or King Soopers card and let LHRC know to possibly be selected for 1 LHRC Osprey backpack) Individual and recurring donations to Living Heritage Research Council (with possibilities of receiving 1 of 3 LHRC Osprey backpacks) Native American Rights Fund (NARF) National Association of Tribal Historic Preservation Officers (NATHPO) Donation Page A:shiwi A:wan Museum and Heritage Center Southern Ute Cultural Center and Museum Ute Mountain Ute Tribal Park Grand Canyon West (Hualapai Tribe enterprise that includes the Grand Canyon glass skywalk, river trips, and zipline) Hopi Foundation Havasupai Falls Campground and Lodge, Havasupai Tribe Colorado Plateau Foundation Denver Indian Center Haseya Advocate Program (Native woman-led domestic and sexual violence organization in Colorado Springs) Contact Jessica Jessica@livingheritageanthropology.org @livingheritageA @LivingHeritageResearchCouncil ArchPodNet APN Website: https://www.archpodnet.com APN on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/archpodnet APN on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/archpodnet APN on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/archpodnet Tee Public Store Affiliates Wildnote TeePublic Timeular

Coast to Coast Hoops
12/21/2021-Coast To Coast Hoops

Coast to Coast Hoops

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 152:20


Greg recaps Monday's college basketball results, talks to Curtis Rogers of 710 ESPN in Seattle about the Pac-12 landscape, the battle for the top spot in the country along with Tuesday's big games & Greg picks & analyzes EVERY Tuesday college basketball game. Podcast Highlights 1:21-Recap of Monday's results 9:12-Interview with Curtis Rogers 27:28-Start of picks with So Miss vs East Carolina 29:09-Picks & analysis for UTSA vs Illinois St 31:01-Picks & analysis for Samford vs Ole Miss 33:02-Picks & analysis for Drexel vs La Salle 34:56-Picks & analysis for Dartmouth vs CS Bakersfield 37:12-Picks & analysis for Manhattan vs Citadel 39:18-Picks & analysis for IPFW vs Michigan 40:57-Picks & analysis for Xavier vs Villanova 42:54-Picks & analysis for Appalachian St vs UNC 44:42-Picks & analysis for Chicago St vs Iowa St 46:38-Picks & analysis for TN Tech vs Cincinnati 48:43-Picks & analysis for Marshall vs Toledo 50:57-Picks & analysis for E Illinois vs Ball St 51:45-Picks & analysis for Evansville vs SE Missouri St 53:18-Picks & analysis for Elon vs Arkansas 55:19-Picks & analysis for Fresno St vs Utah 57:20-Picks & analysis for Morehead St vs IUPUI 59:48-Picks & analysis for Wright St vs NC State 1:01:44-Picks & analysis for Bradley vs Sam Houston St 1:04:15-Picks & analysis for Michigan St vs Oakland 1:06:24-Picks & analysis for Delaware vs Iona 1:09:07-Picks & analysis for SIU Edwardsville vs South Alabama 1:11:17-Picks & analysis for Air Force vs Tarleton St 1:13:34-Picks & analysis for Georgia St vs GA Tech 1:16:07-Picks & analysis for UConn vs Marquette 1:18:07-Picks & analysis for Kansas vs Colorado 1:21:07-Picks & analysis for Pepperdine vs Oregon 1:23:26-Picks & analysis for Portland St vs Utah St 1:25:30-Picks & analysis for Utah Valley vs Washington 1:27:24-Picks & analysis for Grand Canyon vs Nevada 1:29:39-Picks & analysis for Santa Clara vs San Jose St 1:31:39-Picks & analysis for SE Missouri vs Cal Baptist 1:33:47-NY Post Pick Davidson vs Alabama 1:36:03-Start of extra games picks with USC Upstate vs Ohio 1:38:18-Picks & analysis for Jacksonville vs Pitt 1:40:11-Picks & analysis for Jackson St vs Stephen F Austin 1:42:12-Picks & analysis for Jacksonville St vs Little Rock 1:44:08-Picks & analysis for South Carolina St vs Charleston St 1:46:32-Picks & analysis for Florida A&M vs Arizona St 1:48:44-Picks & analysis for James Madison vs Morgan St 1:50:42-Picks & analysis for Merrimack vs Maine 1:52:42-Picks & analysis for Northwestern St vs Texas A&M 1:54:39-Picks & analysis for Albany vs Lehigh 1:56:30-Picks & analysis for Presbyterian vs Furman 1:58:21-Picks & analysis for Southern vs Dayton 2:00:36-Picks & analysis for Winthrop vs Mississippi St 2:02:44-Picks & analysis for American vs George Mason 2:05:08-Picks & analysis for FAU vs High Point 2:07:01-Picks & analysis for Howard vs Harvard 2:09:01-Picks & analysis for Loyola Marymount vs Bellarmine 2:10:59-Picks & analysis for SE Louisiana vs Iowa 2:12:52-Picks & analysis for Grambling vs TCU 2:14:50-Picks & analysis for McNeese St vs Kansas St 2:17:04-Picks & analysis for Norfolk St vs New Mexico 2:19:05-Picks & analysis for NC Central vs UTEP 2:21:30-Picks & analysis for Nicholls.vs Oregon St Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Everyone is a Critic Movie Review Podcast
Spider-Man Gave Me Movie Blue Balls

Everyone is a Critic Movie Review Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 63:50


New Movies: Spider-Man: No Way Home - With Spider-Man's identity now revealed, Peter asks Doctor Strange for help. When a spell goes wrong, dangerous foes from other worlds start to appear, forcing Peter to discover what it truly means to be Spider-Man. The Novice - A college freshman joins her university's rowing team and undertakes an obsessive physical and psychological journey to make it to the top varsity boat, no matter the cost. Nightmare Alley - An ambitious carny with a talent for manipulating people with a few well-chosen words hooks up with a female psychiatrist who is even more dangerous than he is. Swan Song -  In the near future, a terminally ill man explores a heart wrenching, emotionally complex solution to save his wife and son from grief by duplicating himself without them knowing.Undisputed ClassicNights of Cabiria - A waifish prostitute wanders the streets of Rome looking for true love but finds only heartbreak. 1991 - Bugsy, Father of the Bride, JFKNext Week - The Tender Bar, The King's Man. Matrix Resurrections.Classic - The Matrix1991 - Rush, Grand Canyon, The Prince of Tides, Until the End of the World  

Faith Community Bible Church
The Gift of Life

Faith Community Bible Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 35:45


Slideshow for this message is available Introduction 1 John 4 We are in a series leading up to Christmas entitled, Unto Us a Life is Given. There are three meanings packed into that title. Unto us, a life is given. The life is the little life in the manger. Unto us, a life is given. The life is Jesus' life given to us on the cross. Unto us, a life is given. The life is what we receive as a result of Jesus' work. Well today we want to kind of bring these three ideas together in Christmas itself. When we think of Christmas for many the first thing that comes to mind is gifts. Now the best gifts are always the ones we really need. And that's why what Jesus gives us in Christmas is the best gift of all. Because it's something we really, really need. Now to illustrate why we need this Christmas gift so badly, let's imagine a situation in which you are applying for a job for which you have no business applying. Let's say lead test operations Engineer at SpaceX. And by some fluke, quirk oversight in their process you get the job. Your first day on the job, your boss says, “Hey before we fire this next rocket can you run some models that demonstrate the relationship between hoop stress and longitudinal stress in a cylindrical pressurized vessel. You know, our last models were incorrect and it caused the entire rocket to explode which of course was multi-million dollar mistake. That's why we hired you.” How do you feel? You're a fraud. You're a fake. And so you do everything you can to hide your incompetency. You answer in vague terms. You stall so you can do a quick google search: What is hoop stress? You're anxious because you can't control when your weakness is going to be exposed. Now here's the nightmare of nightmares. Imagine if someone shows up on the job site who has all the experience, connections, degrees, skils, expertise that you know is necessary to do the job. And they setup in the desk right next to you. What's your emotion? Fear. The closer they get to you, the more you are revealed as an imposter. Their competence reveals your incompetence. Their knowledge reveals your ignorance. The smallest, most innocent questions are incredible threats. Your insecurities skyrocket. You feel naked. It's a terrifying thought. It's just terror to be found out. That exactly describes the problem we face with God. When God is far away, we are all okay. If God is just out there somewhere, I can manage well enough. But the closer God gets to us, the more we realize what we ought to be. What is Christmas. Immanuel. God with us. Is that a good thing? His perfection reveals our inadequacies and shortcomings. His adequacy reveals our inadequacy. His power reveals our weakness. His holiness reveals our corruption. It's why the shepherds in the field were terrified when the angels announced the birth of Messiah. Suddenly God was here. God was punching his omnipotent fist through the fabric of history and he's suddenly upon us. It's terrifying. I'm an imposter. I'm going to be exposed. I'm going to be found out. Every person in the Bible who has an encounter like this with God has the same reaction. They are flat on their faces in abject fear. Moses. Isaiah. The great problem of the human race is that we cannot coexist with God. When we even get close, we instantaneously recognize our inferiority and our hearts are filled with terror. We melt. We are unclean. You want to know what Christmas is? It's solving that problem. It's making a way for you to be in the presence of God without fear. What's the first thing that the angels say to the shepherds. Do not fear. I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all people. I am making a way for you to be in the presence of God without fear. It's what Zechariah says in his proclamation, “that we being delivered from the hand of our enemies might serve him without fear.” That's the great gift of Christmas! It's the inexpressible GIFT that Paul describes. How is that possible? How does Christmas accomplish this? Let's take a look. The passage of Scripture that will be instructing us today is 1 John chapter 4. Here we have the Gift of Christmas distilled into two verses. And we are going to start in verse 9. John is writing to help people understand what it is that really makes a Christian a Christian. And he begins by saying, being a Christian begins with something God does. Becoming a Christian is something that has its beginning outside of anything we chose to do. Being a Christian begins with God breaking into history and giving us a gift. The giver here is God and the gift here is his only Son, Jesus. And the gift tells us something about the giver, doesn't it. The gift reveals something about what is in the mind and heart of God. Christmas is about God sending his only Son into the world that we might stand before God without fear. Now for our outline, we are going to think about the gift giving process. There's three stages to every Christmas gift: there's the moment when the gift is pulled out from under the tree and it's REVEALED that you are being given a gift and then there's the moment you open it and then thirdly there's a decision a point when everyone goes home when you decide if you are going to keep it. Different things are discerned in those different stages. Let's start with the REVELATION. The Gift Revealed. When you received a wrapped gift, before you ever open it, intent is communicated. It's an act of kindness. It's a gesture of affection. In giving a gift you reveal an otherwise unknown disposition toward a person. I've had several experiences in my life, during the holidays, when all of the sudden out of nowhere, I receive a gift from someone. Out of the blue, I get a wrapped present and a card. I mean wow, I wasn't expecting that!? Without even opening the present, I appreciate something about them. I sense their disposition toward me. And in a similar way, when God gives us this Christmas gift we learn something about his disposition toward us. It reveals something about God. And what does it reveal? That God LOVES us. Notice what the text says. In THIS [in what? In the sending of his Son] the love of God was manifest. We did not know of God's love in this way and then the love was manifest. It went from being unknown to known. That's what manifest means. It went from being hidden to being seen. He reveals that he loves us by giving us His Son. So, when the shepherds see the baby laying in a manger. When the wise men see the child and lay down their gifts. They are sensing the special love of God. God is among us in his Son. Now I want to camp on that thought. Could we have known that God was loving without him revealing himself to us in this way? Could we deduce that God is loving by, let's say, merely looking at the known world? The answer is no. It's actually an emphatic no. You cannot look at the cosmos and deduce that God is loving. Now you might say, "What do you mean. I can look at the created order and see all sorts of evidences that God is loving. Look at these beautiful tulips. Look at the gorgeous African Safari. Look at a beautiful sunset. These are all expressions of a loving God. Okay that's one way to interpret the evidence. But is that conclusive evidence? Just because a being loves beauty does not mean he is good or loving. Hitler loved good art. His headquarters were filled with beautiful paintings. So just because a person chooses to create beautiful things or enjoys beauty does not mean that they are loving. Additionally, isn't it the case that the tulips, sunset and safari are cherry picked examples? Why didn't you pick the example of the antelope hanging out of the lions mouth? Why didn't you pick the example of the entire population of fish that died at the bottom of a dried up polluted lake because it was sucked dry by greedy industry? Why didn't you pick the example of the sex trafficked child who has no defender? You see the world is full of horrific evil. In fact, the strongest argument against the existence of a loving God is the presence of evil in the world. What do you mean God is loving? What world are you living in? And maybe you are here today with that exact same objection. If God were loving why would he allow my mom and dad to divorce? If God were loving why would he allow my spouse to mistreat me so badly Maybe you have a hunch that God exists (because the created order CERTAINLY evidences that) but you are struggling with the question of the love of God. I see that God is powerful. But is he good? Does he love me? This is the point of Chirstmas. This gift comes crashing in upon us. In THIS, the LOVE of God was manifest, that God sent his Son into the world. You don't send your one and only Son to just anyone. There's the GIFT. There's something in this gift that EVIDENCES love. That baby in the manger says something. Now we still haven't opened that gift. What's inside? In other words, what is this Son going to do? Let's open the gift. When you are handed a gift at Christmas you are certainly thankful and feel loved but there's still a lot you don't know. Inside that gift could be $5 gift card to Starbucks or a $500,000 check to pay off your mortgage. That's a pretty big difference. We know that we are given the gift of God's only Son? But what is he here to do? Is he going to do a touch and go? Is he here to give us a one time spiritual stimulus check? What's his reason for coming to earth? We know it's an act of love but love can take on a lot of different forms and exists in vastly different degrees. What's the Son here to do? Well the next verse tells us: So much is made clear here. The wrapping paper is falling off. We are starting to see the essence of the gift. What is the Son doing? The Son is being sent to be the propitiation for our sins. Now that's a word that is used only in religious contexts. Let's break it down. Remember Trent covered this word last week and he gave us some great insights into understanding the word. This is the second time John uses it. Do you remember the definition? What is propitiation? It's the turning away of the anger of God by the offering of a gift. It describes the change in disposition of the one who has been offended. Now, in antiquity the word propitiation was used to describe the way pagans would relate to their gods. They envisioned their gods as moody and unpredictable. They imagined their gods easily angered by small missteps. And when the gods were displeased they would retaliate with volcanic eruptions or earthquakes. And so you had to make some sacrifice to appease them. You know the classic, throw the virgin into the volcano as a propitiation. The idea was that the displeasure was averted because of an appropriate gift. The ANGER was turned to SATISFACTION because of SACRIFICE. That's what the word propitiation means. Now when we get to our Bible's we tend to choke when we see that word. Many modern theologians have reacted against using the term in reference to the God of the Bible. Why? Well because obviously God is not like one of these temperamental moody beings who can be bribed into being favorable. Give him enough candy and he'll be happy. That's so offensive. And so when these theologians get to the word PROPITIATION they translate it expiation or atonement or sacrifice. They try to find a word that is stripped of this idea that God is angry. But the problem is, that's not the root idea behind the word. We must ask the question. Why is the word propitiation in the Bible? Why is it here in 1 John? Because God IS ANGRY at sinners. We want so much to win people to Christ (which is a wonderful thing) but we do it the wrong way. We try to hide them from the wrath of God. Why? Because we know that our modern world is embarrassed at this idea. The whole idea that God is angry at sinners is an idea that is seriously on decline in our society. Here's a graph that represents the decline of the word propitiation in our English literature over time. You can see that over the last 150 years, our society has grown very uncomfortable with an idea of an angry God that needs appeasing. We have no use for this word as a society. And because of that we don't tell people what the Bible states clearly: We don't tell people that every moment they refuse to repent they are heaping up wrath for the day of judgment. That our sin has drawn down the anger of God. People aren't afraid of God because we are out there telling them that God is a cosmic Mr. Rogers. Now let's be sure to paint an accurate picture of what that means that God is angry. We need to be VERY careful not to map the sinful anger of man upon the righteous anger of God. Maybe you have experience with a man in your life who has demonstrated sinful, selfish anger. That's not God. We are told that God is slow to anger. He is not irrational. He is not out of control or moody as is often the case with us. His anger is the certain, settled opposition of his holy nature against everything that is evil. He has a righteous anger, which means his anger is justified. In other words it's appropriate and right. Let me attempt to illustrate. If we switch this into financial terms you will likely understand much more readily. Who recognizes this? This is what a title looks like for a car in the state of Idaho. Now when the time comes for you to sell the car, at the bottom there's this little tear off section called the release of liability. And you're supposed to fill it out and write a check for $3.50 and mail it in. I mean talk about a pain. Well this summer, I sold one of our old minivans and I threw that little piece of paper on top of my refrigerator and promptly forgot about it. Well, just this week I got this letter in the mail from a collections agency. It was from Nesmith Towing for $1621.19. Merry Christmas. Apparently what happened was the guy I sold it to never registered it in his name. Immediately after he bought it from me, he dumped the car on the side of the road and the car was towed and then stored for 4 months with interest. And because it was in my name during the time of towing, I get the bill. Now how do I feel? I'm frustrated. I didn't do that? Is that fair that I have to pay the fee? I could either buy myself a brand new mountain bike or I could pay the penalty for another man's infraction. I have to pay the fine because of what someone else did? That's not fair. Would you say to me, “You have no business being frustrated at that. How dare you feel that way?” No that is a justified feeling. Now you see, in a similar way, the anger of God is justified. We are talking about something infinitely more serious that a bill. We are talking about a direct assault against the maker of all things. Notice in Psalm 7 how the RIGHTEOUSNESS of God is linked to his ANGER, his indignation.

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show
December 17th, 2021 8am Alice News Network

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 17:39


Covid cases are on the rise again, people are starting to leave their cars unlocked and trucks open in San Francisco to let robbers know that there is nothing in there, Mar's has their own Grand Canyon that is bigger than the one on Earth, and stress drives women to drink more than men!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Pioneer Podcasts
Denver Men's Soccer Chalk Talk - Episode 5

Pioneer Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021


Part 2 of the 3-part final episode, head coach Jamie Franks looks back on the NCAA Tournament trips to Grand Canyon and Clemson

Big Bets On Campus
College Basketball Betting Preview | Wednesday, December 15th

Big Bets On Campus

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 45:06


It's our seventh college basketball episode of the season! Every Wednesday morning, the Three Man Weave crew of Jim Root, Ky McKeon and Matt Cox will join Big Bets On Campus to talk all things gambling in college hoops! This week, the guys give out their favorite underdogs (02:27), most-likely candidates for big blowouts (14:39), favorite Power 5 matchups (20:40), favorite mid-major matchups (30:39), and the “Trashman Games of the Week” (35:26). They wrap up the episode with a spotlight on non-traditional at-large candidates (38:11). Game previews include Washington State vs. New Mexico State (02:46), Georgetown vs. Howard (05:22), Mississippi State vs. Furman (08:38), Weber State vs. BYU (11:01), Wisconsin vs. Nicholls State (12:43 & 14:51), USC vs. UC-Irvine (13:22), Iona vs. Seton Hall (14:10 & 39:58), UCLA vs. Alabama State (16:37), Western Illinois vs. Eastern Illinois (18:33), Creighton vs. Villanova (20:45), Kentucky vs. Ohio State (20:58), UCLA vs. North Carolina (23:06), Gonzaga vs. Texas Tech (26:08), Tennessee vs. Memphis (28:21), Belmont vs. Chattanooga (30:34), Missouri State vs. South Dakota State (32:06), Ohio vs. Marshall (33:19), Abilene Christian vs. Cal State-Bakersfield (35:36), IUPUI vs. Chicago State (36:33), UAB vs. West Virginia (38:22), San Francisco vs. Grand Canyon (41:31), San Francisco vs. Arizona State (41:31), Tarleton State vs. South Alabama (43:09), and VCU vs. Florida Atlantic (44:11).

You Were Made for This
135: Christmas with a Good Man Brings Joy

You Were Made for This

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 14:31


The Christmas story reminds us that a good man can bring much joy to the world when he quietly plays his part behind the scenes in furthering God's redemptive plan for all of humanity. That's what Joseph did, the earthly father of Jesus. And we can do the same. Listen in to learn how. Joseph - silent night personified One of the most intriguing characters in the Christmas story is Joseph, the husband of Mary and earthly father of Jesus. He plays such an important role in the biblical account of the birth of Jesus, yet we know so little about him. Joseph isn't mentioned at all in Mark's gospel. In the other gospel accounts he is briefly mentioned a few times in conjunction with Mary, as “Jesus' parents.” In John's gospel, Jesus is referred to on two occasions as “the son of Joseph.” I find Joseph intriguing because nowhere do we find him saying anything. He says nothing. Not one word. He's the Marcel Marceau of the New Testament. Yet Joseph doesn't have to say anything for us to learn qualities from him we can take on as our own to bring joy to others and ourselves this Christmas season. Listen in to learn how. What Luke's Gospel tells us about Joseph In Luke's gospel, which has the most detailed description of the birth of Jesus, Joseph is mentioned 5 times. We learn from Luke that Joesph, a descendant of King David, is engaged to be married to Mary, and at the time is living in the village of Nazareth in Galilee. Luke tells us Joseph was present at the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem when the shepherds arrived to worship the Christ child. Later, Joseph and Mary presented Jesus together in the temple as the religious law required. This is all that is mentioned about Joseph in Luke's gospel. Joseph In the Gospel of Matthew We learn the most about Joseph in Matthew's gospel, where he is referenced 10 different times. We learn that Joseph's father is a man by the name of Jacob, which of course makes him the paternal grandfather of Jesus. I wonder who the maternal grandfather is, Mary's father. Can you picture Jesus with his grandfather? It's a bit of a stretch for me. Here's how Matthew begins the story of Christ's birth. He writes: This is how Jesus the Messiah was born. His mother, Mary, was engaged to be married to Joseph. But before the marriage took place, while she was still a virgin, she became pregnant through the power of the Holy Spirit. Joseph, her fiancé, was a good man and did not want to disgrace her publicly, so he decided to break the engagement quietly. Joseph's character I'm struck by Luke's description of Joseph as simply, he was a “good man.” Not a great man. Not a wonderful man, nor an awesome man. Just a “good man.” There is power in the simplicity of that one-word adjective, the only adjective used to describe Joseph - good. It carries a lot of weight, especially in today's culture where we give out superlatives like water from a fire hydrant. When we're at a restaurant and the waitress asks what we want to drink and we tell her a glass of water is all we want and she replies, “Awesome. I'll go get that and come back to take your order.” This is not awesome. If this is really awesome, what word do we use to describe the Grand Canyon, childbirth, or God himself? These are what are truly awesome. “Good” is a really good word. Don't you admire a “good” man? I do. I would love to be known as a good man. My son is a good man; so is our daughter's husband. He's a good man. My grandsons are on their way to being known as good men. Good is good enough. I hope you take note of the good men in your life. Appreciate them. And if you're a man, be a good one. Be a good man. What a good man does Joseph shows us that part of being a good man is being kind to those who hurt you. Imagine for a minute you're Joseph and your fiancé tells you she's pregnant and you know you're not the father. How would you feel? Mary must have explained to him what the angel Gabriel told her, but from the text we can see that Joseph didn't believe her at first. He was ready to break off the engagement. I can just imagine him feeling betrayed and thinking: “Here I've been pure in my relationship with Mary, but she goes off and gets pregnant by another guy, and then expects me to believe this wild and crazy story that the baby is from the Holy Spirit. And then she says he is going to be the Messiah our people have been waiting centuries for? What are people going to think when this gets out? Mary has gone off the deep end with this explanation.” In the midst of feeling like this, Joseph, being the good man that he is, doesn't want to humiliate Mary with a public end to their engagement, so he decides to end it quietly. He doesn't want the problem to be any worse than it already is. He does what good men do, he doesn't let the betrayal he feels come out as anger at Mary. He plans to do what's best for her, even though he's got to feel torn up inside. The gospel writer Matthew continues the story like this As he [Joseph] considered this, an angel of the Lord appeared to him in a dream. “Joseph, son of David,” the angel said, “do not be afraid to take Mary as your wife. For the child within her was conceived by the Holy Spirit. When Joseph woke up, he did as the angel of the Lord commanded and took Mary as his wife. But he did not have sexual relations with her until her son was born. And Joseph named him Jesus. Matthew 1:18-25 A Good man listens to God I love this part of the Christmas story because it shows another aspect of being a “good man.” Joseph was willing to change his mind. He was willing to be open to something different than his initial, but understandable, knee-jerk reaction. It so reminds me of the profound but simple advice my first boss out of college gave me and all the new teachers at the school where I taught: never fall in love with your own idea. Joseph didn't fall in love with his own idea of breaking off the engagement with Mary. Instead, he listened to God who used an angel to speak to him in a dream that what Mary told him about her pregnancy is completely true. It's like the angel is saying, “You can believe her, Joseph, she is the woman you always thought she was, in fact, she's better than what you thought she was by virtue of the assignment God is giving her, and you, too, Joseph. You are definitely marrying up.” There is a cost to believe and trust There is a cost to Joseph in choosing to believe God and trust Mary. Other people they know in Nazareth aren't going to believe the supernatural when it runs counter to the natural. That's how many people are. So Joseph is opening himself up to criticism in taking Mary as his wife. But a good man, as Joseph is, doesn't let Mary be the sole target of criticism. He joins her in believing God together, regardless of what his parents, her parents, all the relatives, and all the people in town think. They are in this together. This is what good men do. They protect their wives as best they can. They don't let them go through difficulties alone. How about you? If you're a man, to what extent are you protecting the women in your life? A good man handles his emotions well And another thing I love about this good man, Joseph, is how he handles his emotions. A lot of men have problems dealing with their emotions, but not Joseph from what we see in Matthews's account. The angel tells him not to be afraid to take Mary as his wife because everything she's told you about her pregnancy is true. You can believe her. He pushed through his fear by believing God and trusting Mary, even though all outward indications were pointing in the opposite direction. Later we see Joseph acting in spite of his fear when he and his little family are hiding from Herod in Egypt after Jesus is born. A good man pushes through his fears Herod eventually dies and an angel of the Lord appeared to Joseph in a dream and told him it's safe to return to Israel. So Joseph gets up and takes Mary and Jesus back to Israel. He learns though, that Herod's son has succeeded his father, and Joseph becomes fearful. But then he is warned in a dream and returns to Nazareth with Mary and Jesus anyway. Joseph followed directions from God in spite of his fears. That's what a good man does. He trusts God more than his emotions. I think about the knee-jerk responses I sometimes have to events in my life, and how often they are proven not to be helpful. As much as possible, it is so much better to take our time in responding to our emotions, as Joseph did. I wonder about you. How relationally skilled are you in letting your emotions sit for a while before responding? In Summary Except for King Herod and his son Archelaus, Christmas is in part a story of good men doing their best to follow God. Zechariah, wise men from the East, shepherds tending their flocks, Simeon, and of course, Joseph. Good men who listen and obey God. Who protect the weak and vulnerable. Good men who function largely in the background to support the unfolding of God's redeeming story He brings into the world through … one woman. Here's the main point I hope you remember from today's episode A good man is hard to find. But Christmas reminds us that good men like Joseph are out there, often in the background, not saying much. Their character and behavior tell us more than their words. Look for them. Be like them. I'd love to hear any thoughts you have about today's episode. Closing I hope your thinking was stimulated by today's show, to reflect, as Joseph did, and then act by obeying what God wants from you. In doing so, you will find the joy God intends for you in your relationships. Because after all, You Were Made for This. Well, that's all for today. I look forward to connecting with you again next week, with one more relationship story before Christmas. Until then, goodbye for now. Related episodes you may want to listen to 134: A Better Kind of Christmas Joy 004: The Gift of Even Though You Were Made for This is sponsored by Caring for Others, a missionary care ministry. We depend upon the generosity of people like you to pay our bills. You can support what we do with a secure, tax-deductible donation when you click here. We'd be so grateful if you did.

Right-Side Up Leadership Podcast
258 - Joël Malm "Why are we so angry? Where do we go from here?"

Right-Side Up Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 39:32


On today's episode, Alan talks with friend, adventurer and author Joël Malm and the state of leadership, why we're so angry, what we're afraid of and how he has had to shift his plans About Joël Joël Malm is an entrepreneur, communicator, and leadership coach. As founder of Summit Leaders he uses outdoor adventure and coaching to help people find their calling and pursue a vision for their lives. His expeditions have taken him around the world to places like Mt. Kilimanjaro, Grand Canyon and Machu Picchu. He has traveled in over seventy countries on six continents and speaks three languages. He holds a B.A. in Political Science and an M.S. in Counseling. He is the author of Vision Map (Moody Press, 2014),  Fully You, and Love Slows Down (Salem/Regnery, 2020). He and his wife Emily and daughter Elise currently live in Texas. Connect with Joël Website Summit Leaders   Books   Level your leadership Purchase a Right Side Up Journal https://www.rightsideupjournal.com Schedule your FREE breakthrough coaching session https://form.jotform.com/212656762431153 Invest in your leadership by joining free Right Side Up Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/rsulc

ER Docs and Bourbon on the Rocks
Grand Canyon - The Trail of Truth

ER Docs and Bourbon on the Rocks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 48:10


What is your physical and mental limit? Can your mind delete any physical pain if you learn how to put mind over body?Have you ever experienced it, and how did you know you had nothing left?  Tonight Cullen and Raj will discuss their much awaited trip to the Grand Canyon.  They embark on the one-day RIM-2-RIM hike that took them down 5700 ft and then up 4500 feet over 50 degrees of temperature variation and across all sorts of challenging terrain - all over 23 miles.They discuss the motives for a friendship challenge like this and what it means for the friendship and for personal achievement, introspection, and self worth.  Raj talks about the 100 emotions one experiences on the hike and some friends that pushed their RIM2RIM hike to the brink of medical catastrophe.The intro and exit music of our podcast is written and performed by Cullen Kehoe.Check us out on YouTube now!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vU7wNs1wo6ULINKS:YouTube video of entire RIM2RIM hike - we recommend watching this as you like to our episode tonight!https://youtu.be/f_2Dr-hWgUsDISCLAIMER:The statements made and opinions expressed during this podcast are our own personal statements and opinions and should not be construed as the statements or opinions of any entity or institution that we may have been employed by or affiliated with at any time in our professional lives.  Additionally, we take patient confidentiality incredibly seriously.  For that reason, any references to stories about patients have purposefully been modified so as to not identify any particular patient or location.  Finally, while we are both doctors, nothing that we say in this podcast should be construed as medical advice.  If you are in need of medical advice, please contact your personal physician.  Also, while we are doctors, we are not your doctors.  Please discuss anything we discuss medically with your doctor.  Additionally any ideas or opinions expressed in the links above or by the guests on our show do not necessarily reflect our own personal or professional opinions, or the opinions of any organizations that we currently or formerly worked for or represented.  Thanks again for listening!

Purple FTW!
The Difference Between Zimmer and Belichick (ep. 1294)

Purple FTW!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 41:35


The Grand Canyon sized chasm between Bill Belichick and Mike Zimmer was on full display at the end of their respective games Week 13. Timestamps: • (0:40) Belichick vs Zimmer • (5:57) I Stil Believe • (11:21) Kirk Cousins Trade Value • (16:57) Peterson Off Covid • (18:18) Injury Report • (21:35) Zimmer Presser • (27:39) Week 14 NFL Power Rankings A Northern Digital Production --- YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/purpleftwpodcast