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Inner Voice - Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan
E276 -Inner Voice - A Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan Chats with Tom Cronin about Meditation Portal

Inner Voice - Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 43:10


E276 – Inner Voice – a Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan. In this episode, Dr. Foojan Chats with Tom Cronin, who spent 26 years in financial markets as one of Sydney's leading bond and swap brokers. He discovered meditation in the early stages of his career when the anxiety and chaos he was experiencing had hit a crisis point. It completely transformed his personal and professional world. Tom studied meditation and Eastern philosophy in India, Bali, and Australia, ultimately gaining his teaching qualification. Tom is passionate about reducing stress and chaos in people's lives. In recognition of this ancient practice's potential for personal healing and human development, he founded the Stillness Project, a global movement to inspire one billion people to sit in stillness daily. Tom's ongoing work in transformational leadership and cultivating inner peace through meditation takes him around the world, hosting retreats, mentoring, presenting keynote talks, teaching, and creating The Portal film—book experience—all part of his commitment to the current planetary shift. www.tomcronin.com Check out my website: www.FoojanZeine.com

Sunday Message
Heartfelt - Part Two - Pastor Mark Dolphens

Sunday Message

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 46:31


Heartfelt - Part Two - Pastor Mark Dolphens by Mark Dolphens

The Fear Less Now
A Heartfelt Change Agent with Special Guest Rob Cook

The Fear Less Now

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 52:34


In today's episode I had the pleasure sitting down with returning guest (and one of my favorite coaches and humans), the wonderful Rob Cook. Rob and I explore the stories we make up in our head, a.k.a., "the causes of no one," in order to align with our self created, insecure egoic templates that innocently serve and protect us from a phantom problem and made up conflict. Once we become aware  that we are making up our reality every second of our day we are more aware the illusory nature of our thought created human experience.   About Rob:   Rob Cook (www.imrobcook.com) is a decorated Air Force Veteran, he is a brilliant Speaker, Host & Coach, and Founder of unFIT the brand. Born and raised in the housing projects of Birmingham, Alabama, Rob sought to create a brighter future than what awaited many young Black men who grew up there. He joined the United States Air Force, where Rob became a decorated combat veteran. After 21-years of active duty service he retired, moved to the Los Angeles area to transition into civilian life. Rob became a certified life coach through Supercoach Academy, discovering an ideal balance between the mental and physical realms in his work as a coach. As the founder of unFIT, he offers a fresh approach to thriving in the whole experience of life through coaching, training, workshops, and speaking events for start-ups, non-profit organizations, Fortune 500 companies, and everything in between.

This Is Me
A Mini- Podcast Series: Beauty Conversations with Bops and Z- An Introduction to Beauty Culture

This Is Me

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 19:30


Hello! I am taking a break from my regular podcast to do a bit of book promotion. I wrote a book, and it comes out on Friday, November 4th. It's called Her Story: a Heartfelt and Hilarious Conversation About Why Beauty Milestones Are OPTIONS and Not EXPECTATIONS! It's a guidebook for parents and tween girls about the history of beauty culture.  In this mini-podcast series, I sit down with my mother and daughter (who are both featured rather prominently in the book), to discuss our relationships with beauty culture. Specifically, how and why we entered into the beauty culture quagmire. I treasure these talks. How often do you get the opportunity to talk with your mom and daughter about the very thing that shapes and shames most women?  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/heather-stark4/support

Unlocking Your Ambition
130. A heartfelt look back over the past year

Unlocking Your Ambition

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 22:04


I know we usually evaluate the year at the end of December or beginning of January, but I had an epiphany recently that forced me to take a look back over the past 12 months and everything that has happened since last November. From dealing with anger and grief, to quitting my job, to building my self-care and resilience habits, getting used to life without Timmy in the house and so much more. If you're struggling with your self-care routine or just don't know where to start, the No BS Mama Self-Care menu simplifies this for you! With over 50 self care ideas in 4 different categories, you're sure to find something that works for you no matter how little time you have. Download the FREE Self-Care Menu HERE!Connect with Megan:Connect with Megan on Instagram @thenobsmamaSend a voice memo hereJoin our free Facebook group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/202729591192181Join the email list!**Disclaimer** This podcast is not a substitute for mental health treatment. Megan shares her personal experience in an effort to spread awareness. If you have concerns about your mental health please use the resources below or talk to your doctor.Mental health resources:Find a therapist near you: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapistsFind a therapist virtually: www.betterhelp.comSuicide prevention: https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/As always, THANK YOU so much for being here! I would LOVE it if you would share this episode with a friend who might need this message today.Support the show

Triune LOVEs me
Heartfelt Words - Remnant

Triune LOVEs me

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 7:08


Remnant is such a curious word. When I think of the word remnant a small piece of  material comes to mind. A leftover...  Some people have not learned the art of repurposing things that are small or insignificant or they do not have the vision to see how it can become a bigger better product. After studying 535 words... and dancing through the pages of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation.This word study is not the typical study.  Because truthfully my walk with God has been anything but ordinary...  From no religious background and no interest in reading the Bible ... To a Holy Spirit Encounter that rocked my world.. set my heart ablaze and spurred a newfound love of writing...   I hope you join me as I relive our adventure of words.  Where I share my heart, and experience of chasing a love greater than I have ever known.  Let's grow His love each week as I openly share my thoughts, emotions, and heart. http://www.triunelovesme.com Word Study Link https://triunelovesme.blogspot.com/p/words.htmlWords Written and narrated by Lori Garner Support the showSupport the show

Sunday Message
Heartfelt - Part One - Pastor Mark Dolphens

Sunday Message

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 43:39


Heartfelt - Part One - Pastor Mark Dolphens by Mark Dolphens

Inner Voice - Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan
E275 –Inner Voice–A Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan and Kimberly Brown about Navigating Grief & Loss

Inner Voice - Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 41:17


E275 – Inner Voice – a Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan. In this episode, Dr. Foojan Chats with Kimberly Brown a popular meditation teacher and author. She leads classes and workshops that emphasize the power of compassion and kindness to reconnect us to ourselves and others. Her teachings provide an approachable pathway to personal and collective well-being through effective and modern techniques based on traditional practices. Kimberly studies in both the Tibetan and Insight schools of Buddhism and is a Certified Mindfulness Instructor. An updated and revised edition of her first book, Steady, Calm, and Brave: 25 Buddhist Practices of Resilience and Wisdom in a Crisis, will be released in January 2023. In this episode, we will be talking about her latest book – Navigating Grief and Loss – 25 Buddhist practices to keep your heart open to yourself and others. www.meditationwithheart.com Check out my website: www.FoojanZeine.com  

Losing Sucks: A Fantasy Football Podcast
Episode 85: Week 8 is Here! Starts/Sits, Heartfelt Messages, Big Picks

Losing Sucks: A Fantasy Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 37:49


TNF reaction, and everything that is coming up in week 8!

Come Back Podcast
A.J. shares his heartfelt journey with us about his struggles with mental health and returning to his faith and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

Come Back Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 44:13


"When I got into prison the first thing I asked my family was to send me a triple combination. I had never read the Book of Mormon cover to cover. Prior to that it was piece by piece. It is hard to put into words the amount of darkness you feel while in prison that is surrounding you. You are always reminded of how horrible your decisions are, you are beaten down left and right. I religiously started reading the Book of Mormon everyday, really studying it and trying to understand it and grow my own testimony. I started to notice it brought me so much comfort no matter what was going on around me. My scriptures became a guide and a light to me in such a dark place."

Rebels With A Heart
Rebels Leader Series - Cultivation of Heartfelt Leadership with Estrella Parker (September 22, 2022)

Rebels With A Heart

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 31:49


Estrella Parker's journey to heartfelt leadership started as a young child which initially led her to Computer Science, but over time she started doing more organizational development work. In that transition, she has found that in order to really engage people, you need to engage both their minds and hearts.Listen in to hear Estrella's journey to doing more work in human performance, human behavior and organizational performance which has allowed her to engage people and connect them to the organization they work for. This has not only enabled her to self reflect as a leader, and as a person, but also do work that scales for other leaders.In conversation with: Derek Lundsten, President and Chief Culture Officer, LifeGuides.

Triune LOVEs me
Heartfelt Words - Wound

Triune LOVEs me

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 8:32


Have you ever stopped to realize the wound heals from the inside? It continues to heal one layer at a time until we can see a scar over the spot where the wound once stood ... The hurt becomes just a memory...The wounds of the heart and soul go much deeper... and seems to be harder to heal...Where can we run ?After studying 535 words... and dancing through the pages of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation.This word study is not the typical study.  Because truthfully my walk with God has been anything but ordinary...  From no religious background and no interest in reading the Bible ... To a Holy Spirit Encounter that rocked my world.. set my heart ablaze and spurred a newfound love of writing...   I hope you join me as I relive our adventure of words.  Where I share my heart, and experience of chasing a love greater than I have ever known.  Let's grow His love each week as I openly share my thoughts, emotions, and heart. http://www.triunelovesme.com Word Study Link https://triunelovesme.blogspot.com/p/words.htmlWords Written and narrated by Lori Garner Support the showSupport the show

Inner Voice - Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan
E274-A Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan Zeine and Dr. William Rothwell about High-Performance Coaching

Inner Voice - Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 51:23


E274 – Inner Voice – a Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan. In this episode, Dr. Foojan Chats with Dr. William J. Rothwell is a professor in the Masters of Professional Studies in Organization Development and Change program and also in the Ph.D. program of Workforce Education and Development at The Pennsylvania State University. He has authored, co-authored, edited, or coedited 158 books since 1987. His recent books include Succession planning for small and family businesses, Rethinking Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: A Step-by-Step Guide to Facilitating Change, and Organization Development (OD) Interventions: Executing Effective Organizational Change. Today we will be talking about his latest book with his co-author Dr. Behnam Bakhshandeh – High-Performance Coaching for Managers Check out my website: www.FoojanZeine.com

Living the Dream
Making your Intention Heartfelt and Being Conscious is the SOULution with Carrie Schmidt

Living the Dream

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 42:04


Check it out on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/33Z4VsE Check it out on Apple: https://apple.co/3AHc2DT As the Founder and CEO of Infinite SOULutions, LLC, Carrie Schmidt puts the SOUL in SOULutions by transforming lives personally and professionally. A dynamic, influential Thought Leader and Motivational Speaker, she has the ability to instantly captivate your mind, heart and awaken your soul by empowering you to gain clarity on your purpose, overcome limiting beliefs, and have the confidence to pursue your dreams. After achieving top level leadership roles and a 6 figure salary (everything she ever worked for in corporate America), Carrie still felt a longing for something greater. She embarked on a spiritual journey of personal discovery and development that led her to research the fundamentals of psychology, neuroscience and quantum physics. Now a Certified Life Mastery Consultant, Carrie offers life coaching programs, business consulting services, and her vision is to reach, teach, and transform over 1 million lives globally by helping raise human consciousness. Dreams: Reach, teach, and transform a million lives through levels of consciousness and mental health awareness Be interviewed by Oprah in Maui 100 Reviews of her book on Amazon Speak to High School and College students. How you can Help: Gabrielle Bernstein Tony Robbins Favorite Book, Movie, or Podcast: Favorite Book is the power of intention by Wayne Dyer Contact them at: https://www.carrie-schmidt.com/ https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09ZCJNFK3

Living the Dream
Making your Intention Heartfelt and Being Conscious is the SOULution with Carrie Schmidt

Living the Dream

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 42:04


Check it out on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/33Z4VsE Check it out on Apple: https://apple.co/3AHc2DT As the Founder and CEO of Infinite SOULutions, LLC, Carrie Schmidt puts the SOUL in SOULutions by transforming lives personally and professionally. A dynamic, influential Thought Leader and Motivational Speaker, she has the ability to instantly captivate your mind, heart and awaken your soul by empowering you to gain clarity on your purpose, overcome limiting beliefs, and have the confidence to pursue your dreams. After achieving top level leadership roles and a 6 figure salary (everything she ever worked for in corporate America), Carrie still felt a longing for something greater. She embarked on a spiritual journey of personal discovery and development that led her to research the fundamentals of psychology, neuroscience and quantum physics. Now a Certified Life Mastery Consultant, Carrie offers life coaching programs, business consulting services, and her vision is to reach, teach, and transform over 1 million lives globally by helping raise human consciousness. Dreams: Reach, teach, and transform a million lives through levels of consciousness and mental health awareness Be interviewed by Oprah in Maui 100 Reviews of her book on Amazon Speak to High School and College students. How you can Help: Gabrielle Bernstein Tony Robbins Favorite Book, Movie, or Podcast: Favorite Book is the power of intention by Wayne Dyer Contact them at: https://www.carrie-schmidt.com/ https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09ZCJNFK3

Infection Prevention Spotlight

Happy International Infection Prevention Week 2022!We are celebrating all the amazing contributors to the podcast over the last 5 years.Goodbyes are being said - This is  the last podcast hosted by Kara Mullane, RN, MSN, CIC.It would be great if an individual or company would like to take over Infection Prevention Spotlight Podcast. If you are interested, please contact Kara Mullane at kara@infectionprevention Spotlight.com.Heartfelt appreciation goes out to Dr. Mohamed Yassin who co-created the segment The Research Behind Infection Prevention. Dr. Yassin's extensive infectious disease and research expertise elevated the podcast and opened up the collaboration with top researchers in the field.Thank you to all the contributors to the podcast:Sue BarnesNeil MorrisDr. Tamás HaideggerThomas HeymannChristian John LillisDr. Susan HuangDr. Brett MitchellDr. Samir SabaDr. Leah BrownDr. Elizabeth BeamDr. Pat StoneDr. Elise MartinDr. Emily HuntBenton AllenMichelle NerandzicNancy RobinsonDr. Elaine LarsonRosie BartelChris BoydDr. Natalia BlancoDr. Jordan PecciaSebastian Schulz-StübnerDr. Sarah WheelerEmily RosenbergJacob HutchersonGrant MorganThank you Supporters:Jeanne BrandtNiall WallaceKevin NicolThank you to all the listeners. Your kind communications were always so appreciated. Wishing all of you the best. Please take care, and please remember to wash your hands!- Kara Mullane, RN, MSN, CIC

The Devolver Digital Forkcast
Episode 124: A Heartfelt Hug

The Devolver Digital Forkcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 61:55


Jared sits down with Jay Tholen, the developer of "Dropsy," and "Hypnospace Outlaw," to talk about the creative processes and personal journey that led to some of the most eccentric indie games ever made.Featuring "The Unmistakable Scent of Clown Breath" by Chris Schlarb

Sex, Drugs, and Jesus
Episode #73: The Resurgence Of Forgotten Trauma, How PTSD Affects Non-Military People & The Important Of Perspective, With Jenn Junod, Host Of The Sh!t You Don't Want To Talk About Podcast

Sex, Drugs, and Jesus

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 62:48


INTRODUCTION: Jenn has a story of her own. As a child, she suffered solitary confinement, physical abuse, mental abuse, sexual abuse, rape, divorce, abortion, cutting, and suicide attempts. Her turbulent background has forged a path to help those who are suffering, ignored and silenced. Sh!t You Don't Want to Talk About is a place people can come to find hope and healing, to know they are not alone, and to finally be heard. Clearly, Jenn's been through plenty of sh!t most people probably don't want to even acknowledge, let alone talk about. She thought she'd dealt with her past, but brain surgery in November 2020 unleashed a tsunami of memories that couldn't be ignored. Working through trauma, depression, anxiety, bipolar type 2, and ADHD will be a lifelong journey. Jenn strives to break the stigma of Sh!t You Don't Talk About and turn it into Sh!t 2 Talk About.  INCLUDED IN THIS EPISODE (But not limited to): ·      Jenn's Take On The Herschel Walker Hullabaloo ·      Jenn's Homeless Youth Experience·      Consent Matters!!!·      The Resurgence Of Forgotten Trauma·      Be Mindful Of Your Perspective When Bad Things Happen·      How PTSD Affects Both Military And Non-Military Folks·      Living Through A Lifetime Of Surgeries·      Jenn's Smokin' Hot TikTok·      Let's Give Ourselves More Credit·      Let's Accept Our Limits CONNECT WITH JENN: Website: https://www.Shit2talkabout.comLinkTree: https://linktr.ee/shit2talkaboutTikTok: tiktok.com/@shit2talkaboutLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/shit2talkabout/YouTube: https://bit.ly/3BRnT50Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shit2talkabout/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shit2talkabout/Twitter: https://twitter.com/shit2talkabout  CONNECT WITH DE'VANNON: Website: https://www.SexDrugsAndJesus.comWebsite: https://www.DownUnderApparel.comYouTube: https://bit.ly/3daTqCMFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/SexDrugsAndJesus/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sexdrugsandjesuspodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TabooTopixLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/devannonPinterest: https://www.pinterest.es/SexDrugsAndJesus/_saved/Email: DeVannon@SexDrugsAndJesus.com  DE'VANNON'S RECOMMENDATIONS: ·      Pray Away Documentary (NETFLIX)o  https://www.netflix.com/title/81040370o  TRAILER: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tk_CqGVfxEs ·      OverviewBible (Jeffrey Kranz)o  https://overviewbible.como  https://www.youtube.com/c/OverviewBible ·      Hillsong: A Megachurch Exposed (Documentary)o  https://press.discoveryplus.com/lifestyle/discovery-announces-key-participants-featured-in-upcoming-expose-of-the-hillsong-church-controversy-hillsong-a-megachurch-exposed/ ·      Leaving Hillsong Podcast With Tanya Levino  https://leavinghillsong.podbean.com  ·      Upwork: https://www.upwork.com·      FreeUp: https://freeup.net VETERAN'S SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS ·      Disabled American Veterans (DAV): https://www.dav.org·      American Legion: https://www.legion.org ·      What The World Needs Now (Dionne Warwick): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FfHAs9cdTqg  INTERESTED IN PODCASTING OR BEING A GUEST?: ·      PodMatch is awesome! This application streamlines the process of finding guests for your show and also helps you find shows to be a guest on. The PodMatch Community is a part of this and that is where you can ask questions and get help from an entire network of people so that you save both money and time on your podcasting journey.https://podmatch.com/signup/devannon  TRANSCRIPT: [00:00:00]You're listening to the sex drugs and Jesus podcast, where we discuss whatever the fuck we want to! And yes, we can put sex and drugs and Jesus all in the same bed and still be all right at the end of the day. My name is De'Vannon and I'll be interviewing guests from every corner of this world as we dig into topics that are too risqué for the morning show, as we strive to help you understand what's really going on in your life.There is nothing off the table and we've got a lot to talk about. So let's dive right into this episode.De'Vannon: Jenn Junod, the host of the shit you don't want to talk about podcast is back with me for round two, y'all. Now, in this episode, we're gonna be reaching deeper into Jen's experience with mental and physical health problems. We're also gonna get to hear Jen's take on the current Herschel Walker scandal that's happening right now.Yes. Hmm. Go ahead and listen people. Hello everyone, and welcome back to the Sex [00:01:00]Drugs in Jesus podcast. I'm wearing my shirt tonight that says, Be the light. I hope that Jen and I can shine a little light on y'all's darkness today if you're going through a dark time. Now, Jen is the host of the Shit You Don't wanna Talk About podcast.She's been on the show before and now she's back again to to dig a little bit deeper into her personal journey. Jen, how are you today? Jenn: Well, I, I like to say people really, especially in the tech industry, which is where I'm at now, really compare, like, do you want a zip up hoodie or do you want like a pullover hoodie?And most people want like a zip up hoodie because it's easier to take on and off. And I'm using that as an example of I am wearing my pullover hoodie and I always get them like, Really snug because when I'm not feeling will [00:02:00] go with pep as a good word, when I'm just like not feeling it, I always put on my pull over hoodie because it makes me feel safer and it makes me feel like more snuggled just walking around.And that is how I'm feeling today, that I need a little, give myself kindness and grace and not trying to push myself to have a lot of energy today.De'Vannon: Well, I share the fuck. Appreciate you coming on the show before we mash that record button you were expressing how you were on the fence about whether or not we should postpone or whatever you decided to just push through to show people truth.You know, we don't always have our shit together every day. Hell, I went to the weight loss clinic today to to get like the, one of the weight loss injections and I decided to keep on my fluffy winter flip flops, you know, just to be like, relax and shit. Which is something a fashionist, a diva like [00:03:00]me has never done before.I even wore them last night to go get a massage. And so sometimes just wanna go to the house with fucking roles in your head. Shit. Fuck it. Be done with it. . Jenn: Yes. Yes. I agree. I agree. De'Vannon: And so so y'all, in the Today Show, we're gonna be talking more about Jen and digging deeper into her mental health issue.In the last show she talked about like the abortions and the, the, the, all the abuse and the trauma and the drama. So much drama, you know, that she's been through growing up and, you know, and what prompted her just on her own podcast and the shit you don't want to talk about podcast. All that information go on the show notes.And I know she does her Twitter sphere Jenn: thing stay Yes. Twitter De'Vannon: space in the Twitter sphere, every Tuesday or think most win. And so be sure to catch her there also. And I look forward to the day when her memoir comes [00:04:00] out. I'm just gonna like, speak that into existence. Jenn: It will, it will one De'Vannon: day. And so, okay, so I'm gonna get your opinion on this dude who's been really popular in the news.You were so transparent about your abortions and everything last time. Have you heard of everything that's been going on with Herschel Walker? Jenn: Okay, so y'all, I don't, I live in like a bubble is what I've decided. I don't really know what's going on unless somebody tells me about it. But I'm, I'm Googling and that is the first person that came up.De'Vannon: There is nothing wrong with going to the Google machine and finding out what you need. And so basically this man is running for a Senate seat. He he's one of those backed by Republicans. Pro, pro-life, anti-abortion people and, hi, his, his thing is he's against abortion with no exclusion for rape, incest, anything like that at all.[00:05:00] Just period. But come to find out, he paid for his own abortions back in the day, has a couple of baby mamas and he don't take care of the babies and his own son, who's a social media influence or can't remember that pretty little thing's name right now, but it'll come to me, came out against his own dad.He was like, You need to shut this shit down and stop because you fake his hell. And so from the abortion standpoint, because these women are coming out, going like, one was like, he forced me. He wanted me to get the first abortion, so I did. But the second one, I told him to go fuck off and decided to keep the kid.And so, you know, I just wondered like, what, what, what you think these women might be going through? Seeing the man who wanted him to get the first abortion. Lying, lying to everyone saying, Oh, I don't remember any of this. But he wrote the check to pay for the abortion and then sent the woman a get well soon cardJenn: So it's I actually just listened to our other episode [00:06:00] and interesting timing of listening to that. I, I talked about how during my first termination, I, I felt forced, but it's not like anyone could do anything about it. It was a very I had to think about what that kid would've gone through to do it.And I, I would say for what this human hersel do, dad is doing, I don't think anyone should go into politics and. Forget about what they used to do. I personally think if somebody did something fucked up, then they should own it and say, This is why I just, I changed my ways, first off, second. I can only imagine what it felt like to be [00:07:00] paid to go get an abortion.I have been there. And and then third, I think scariest yet is the fact that there are people in wanting to gain power that want to gain ownership of our bodies. And in my opinion, that's the scariest part in the fact that as someone that has. Like the, the woman that you used as an example, she said yes to the first one that said, fuck off to the second one.I feel I, and again this is just my imagination, but I feel like she would be very empowered because she, she told him fuck off, and that is her taking back her power. And I think it's a very, very complex level of[00:08:00]fear when your, the person that caused your trauma has power not only over you, but over others. And it's, I know for myself it's been. I don't give a fuck what you did to me, but if you do it to someone I care about, if I see you doing it to someone else, I go into like overdrive of, I won't let them feel that way.And I could see some of the women possibly feeling like that, but then also going, I'm glad that I stayed silent because they're so afraid of what might happen to them, what might be taken away, what might be threatened. And there are many, many complexities that I can't even imagine about. Maybe he's secretly paying some of them.And what would happen if [00:09:00] they don't get the paycheck anymore? Are they gonna be able to feed the rest of their kids? What would happen if, you know, if they do talk about that they went through an abortion and now they are succeeding in their life, even though he forced them to do it, Wouldn't that be controversial for them saying that?They were against it, but almost happy they did it. It's, I mentioned this in in the other episode that I don't think anyone could imagine what someone else would feel about it unless they went through it. Because it is, there's so many complexities that go into this, De'Vannon: Well, you're pretty damn good on, on postulating and guessing at the complexities.It's like you're able to really, really put yourself in other people's shoes. So that strong level of empathy that you have is why you're so, such a great host and so great at everything you do, and basically given the world the big warm hugs like you do on a day to day basis. Because I hadn't thought about, [00:10:00] you know, like what if he was, I mean, he's been lying through the whole candidate candidacy, you know, clearly.But what if he really was paying them? You know, he's saying to the camera, I don't know, these bitches, whatever. Mm-hmm. . But really he's been bankrolling them and, and, and out of fear they've kept quiet because that's like a quiet control he's had over him this whole damn time. You never damn know the thing.Jenn: I, I do wanna add one other thing just because I also like to go into conspiracy things because I think partly it's very entertaining for myself is the fact of, so for those of you that may be like me that have no idea who Herschel Walker is and is Googling shit just something that is a very, very uneducated guess could be that if you have a person of color that has been given money and want to set an example, are they doing it and [00:11:00] doing it the way that others are telling them to because they want to be able to show that others can do it.even if it just disrupts their morals,De'Vannon: anything's possible. But what most commentators seem to believe is that Herschel is somebody who is mindless enough to be a yes man for the Republican party if he gets elected at the Senate. Because if you hear him talk, he used to be an NFL player, that he hit his head one too many damn times that he talks like he still has a fucking concussion.He's just like well and so he is the Plato for them. And so that's why, and I agree that's probably why they have him up there. And the thing is, we wouldn't be judging him for his shady pass if he wouldn't have judged the women first. And if, and if he wouldn't be throwing all the women under the bus for, for, for doing this.But what, you know, women can't get pregnant by themselves. Jenn: That's what I was just thinking, , like, you can't do it by [00:12:00] yourself. It's, it's, you know, we're not what Horse. Wait. Star, Star, What are the fishes that like self impregnate themselves? Horse fish, De'Vannon: sea horses, you think? Jenn: Yeah, that's what I'm trying to think about.Sea horses, horse fish. You know that horse too? De'Vannon: I know God. Ze can impregnate himself. He has all the power, so that's why I've always looked up to him. And the, the, the, the other fucked up part, and we're gonna pivot away from politics in just a moment, but you know, this is such a hot button topic right now.The bitch is over on, you know, like Fox News and the conservative commentators, you know, one of them, I can't remember this whole's name, but she was all like, I don't care if he had abortions, if he Aborts Baby E was on television. He was like, I want to get control of the Senate. And she was like, The women are skanks, but you know, The, the Republican party, like the women are gangs.The women [00:13:00] are the trouble, but the men, they get forgiven. Oh, he's changed his past will give him a second chance. But the women, but they're like, Oh no, that ho, You know, And the Republican party isn't even trying to hide this hypocrisy anymore. Yeah. Jenn: That I mean, I started listening to part of your episode on the cold Christianity, and that just reminds me, there's, there's so much that goes into that and I, Yeah.I disagree people, Some people are douche bags is all I can De'Vannon: say bags all the way. Yes. Goddamn fucking motherfucking D bags. So talk to me about when you were homeless before. Jenn: Oh, okay. Just you said we were gonna pivot. We're gonna pivot. I don't talk about it much [00:14:00] because when I look back, I didn't need to be homeless. That is something that I didn't realize then. If I going back then so listen to episode one to, you know, catch yourself up on my story because I'm not gonna repeat it all, it takes forever. , I was, let's see, I was sexually abused from my cousins from the ages of eight to 10.So my junior year of high school, I, the summer before is when I. Was listening to an Adam Sandler song, the shampoo bottle one, and Up the Ass and in the Car did not remember anything about my cousins, and it all flooded back to me. [00:15:00] All of it, just after like six years, didn't think of it. It all came back and my older cousin was now over the age of 18, so, and it had been out of the, out of five years, so it, they were like, We can't do anything.The cops were like, Yeah, whatever. We can't do anything. But my younger cousin, who's two years younger than me was about to start at the same high school I was. So little did I know how not awesome my dad is. Believe me, my mom tried to tell me she did. She, she has tried to tell me. But at that point in my life, I'm 1516 and I'm like, I've always wanted to have a relationship with my dad.I totally can do this. Like, I just wanna move in with him. He's promising me to get a car. He's promising that he'll get me a laptop for school. He promised that he'll finally like, pay for my boob job because, and y'all, I'm pausing there. It's not [00:16:00] just like a 16 year old wanting to get a boob job. My left rest never developed.I was named lo. So like there was a sincere reason why I wanted a boob job that young. Okay. Anyway, moving past that I did not know the type of or believe the type of.Manipulation and abuse that I would be walking into. When my parents were together, my mom was majority of the buffer, and they were together until I was 12, so it'd been four years. And basically the four, those four years, I was avoiding my dad. And so this was all new to me. And I moved in and he took off the facade of this charismatic person.He loved mom me. That is the best way of explaining it. And when I got there, it was [00:17:00] none of the problems is he made, came through one excuse or the other. He started isolating me again, just like he did when I was a child. And I was very, very fortunate in the fact that I. The person I was dating and his friends were like, We're not giving up on Jen.Like that's a bad area. So they would help me like sneak out on the weekends and help like come out and visit me even though I was 45 minutes away and I eventually said, You know what? I'm out. I'm moving. And I just, they all came and got my stuff and I just was like, I'm moving to back to Po. Patello where I was living.And I was, it was the beginning of my senior year at that point. My dad said, Well, you're truant. You're gonna you're gonna be arrested because of this, [00:18:00] cuz you're not going to school. And my boyfriend's at the Time's grandmother was like, you know, she can live with us. And she's like, I'll take power of attorney and take her, make sure she goes to school.Literally to this day, one of these weakest women. Who made such a big difference in my life. I moved in with her and her grandson and I we were very on again, off again, and by probably by Thanksgiving. So beginning of senior year started probably August. So by Thanksgiving we were done. And I thought that because he and I broke up that I could not live with her.I honestly, sincerely thought because if somebody didn't wanna be with me, other people wouldn't love me [00:19:00] and I didn't really have anywhere to go, even though logically looking back, yes, I eventually figured it out. I moved back in with her and stopped this chaos yet My senior year, I spent more time on in new beds than I did in my own car.I spent time becoming whoever anyone wanted me to be, just to not have to sleep in my car that night. And it, it was the type of thing that I don't remember a lot of my senior year there was a lot of drinking and I definitely was promiscuous. It was[00:20:00]also the year I said no, and I got roofied. Luckily the, the guy I was dating, I apparently called him and. He was able to find out from many other people where I was. And I was on a counter in the bathroom with three p three guys trying to undress me. And not even a month later, I went out with my soon to be roommate and she's a drinker and a partier and she, she loved to sleep around.She would brag about it all the time. And I said, No. And this guy kept trying to convince me, Well, it'll be alright. It'll be fun. And I fell asleep and I woke [00:21:00] up to him not listening to my no. And it's a really confusing time in the fact that I was. Sleeping with people to keep a roof over my head. And the two times I said no, people didn't listen.And it had a lot to do with why I couldn't comprehend, why I could have stayed at my ex's grandmother's house. She didn't care. She just wanted to love me. And it was a really difficult time in my life that my dad to this day still hasn't kept any of his promises story for another day. But my mom came up to help me get my license.My mom [00:22:00] helped me get my boob job so I could wear my dress for my senior prompt. She also got me a laptop. And I know we talked about my mom in the previous episode, but she always tried to do what my dad promised and never went through with too. But yeah, , De'Vannon: some people not to be parents. Jenn: So I agree. I agree.I thought I had tissue box in here. Apparently I don't. That's okay. De'Vannon: We have time. You can pause and go get it. We can pause and go get it if you want. Jenn: Sweatshirt. I'm not, You can keep this all the recording. I don't even care. Cause y'all life is fucking messy. It's not pretty. It's not. I mean, yes. Lots of life is beautiful.Yet, if we don't talk about this shit, how are we gonna realize that we're not [00:23:00] alone? De'Vannon: Yeah. Oh my God. A rough time in high school. You know, that's a lot to be going through, you know, then trying to focus on grades and everything like that. I'm so sorry. All this happened to you. I'm excited for the boob job, you know, and you know and so I heard you when you said that you did not need to be homeless.And that resonated with me because I feel the same way when I look back over when I was homeless, you know, in Houston. And so, you know, I had friends, you know, I was, you know, a, a, a veteran, but I didn't know about veterans programs at all. Cause I wasn't going to the VA for anything because in those days they were a nightmare.And And so I, you know, sometimes I think about that and I go, What was the difference? It was in [00:24:00] my mind and the way I perceive things. Mm-hmm. , so I could have called my parents to come and get me. I mean, I could, I could have, I did not have to do that, but I thought I was dying anyway. And so what, what, what is Jen?What are Jen and I saying to telling to you all is to be mindful of your perspective when negative things happen, and sometimes when you, Exactly. Sometimes when you think you're thinking straight, you're really not thinking straight, especially right after something bad has happened. Or even if it's a while, if there something bad is happening, you don't have that shit resolved.So then what can you do? Jen's gonna give you her suggestion, , My suggestion is to have somebody who you lean on or somebody who you can at least go to and be like, Bitch, I'm fucking up. I don't think I'm thinking straight. I need to bounce this idea off of you and be sure, I don't know. What would you, what would you suggest if somebody is in that situation?Jenn: I definitely agree and [00:25:00] I, I've heard the term like a lot or to like keep a journal and I'm like, Bitch, I'm not gonna keep a journal. Fuck that. Like I hate no now, but I am cognizant of. Working on tracking my patterns. So whatever way you track your patterns, I say that in the fact of I'm currently job hunting and I had a great day yesterday.I don't even remember what day it was. Like I had interviews that were going great. I had a guest on the show that was phenomenal. Like literally, everything is going so good and I'm miserable. Why am I miserable? I don't know. I have no idea why. I know because I keep track of these things that I do get depression.I am bipolar, type two, I am. These [00:26:00] things just happen and I've learned that. I need to be able to know, okay, am I just gonna check out and. Sit and play video games is, that's what's gonna help me get through this. Is it I need to go for a walk? Is it I need to have call one of my best friends? Is it I need to tell Tyler that I need all the cuddles in the world.What is it that I need to get through this? Because right now I feel alone, even though logic shows me I'm not alone. And it's very, very difficult to realize that. And I would say a big step of it is just tracking your patterns, because that will show you who am I happy around? Are these people that I'm [00:27:00] associating with?Am I miserable around them or am I happy around them? Do I feel like shit when I eat this certain food? It's weird. I found out that I am gluten intolerant. Like I can't eat gluten, but y'all, it fucks with me. So I know not to eat gluten. How do I feel if I don't exercise for a while? Does it really help or is it just because I wanna do it cuz everybody else says it?Like, what are things, How, how do I do life naturally and what are things that I want to improve on? Or what are things that I'm like, you know, fuck it. I am a sweetaholic so I'm gonna keep dark chocolate chips in the house instead of candy because if it's candy it'll be gone in a day. That's just who I am.I can live with that. De'Vannon: I'm a sweet aholic too. And I there's a basket I keep in the corner of the, like by like [00:28:00] by the patio door. And I found that if I just throw all the sweet shit in there, I don't. I won't go and reach for it, like it's in the pantry or somewhere like eye level. So this is down on like cat level and, and so , so these for me to forget about it.And then, so every now and then I'll remember, oh, there's a bucket of sweets over there. That way I don't feel deprived, but I've also placed it out of punch as a reach of myself. I Jenn: like it. I like it. I'm gonna do that without, I'll try it. Well, I'll see if that happens. And that's another, that actually brings up a really good point is once you find out these patterns, or even if you're not sure what they are, just trying something on seeing if it works.Like I have no idea if what you said is gonna work for me, putting it in the corner like I am, be like, Oh, D was right, this is like perfect. Or this is shit. It doesn't work for me. I'm not gonna do it anymore. But I tried it on to see if it's a [00:29:00] tool that will work for me. De'Vannon: Now, would you suggest that sort of strategy with dealing with all of the issues that you've talked to, talked about today?You know, what? If somebody has a barrage of negativity that their mind had closed off, you know, shut off the memory because of it was so traumatic that their brain cut it off of them. And what if it comes back? What do they find themselves in a, a rape situation? You know, do you recommend these sort of tools or what?Jenn: That one I think,De'Vannon: I mean, of course they can always reach out to you. You don't think decided every thing. Yeah, no, absolutely. Jenn: It's, it's the fact of dealing with ptsd and I know that so many people thought that it was only military that went through it. And I do not wanna take away from what our veterans have [00:30:00]gone through.Any, any force because even if you don't get shipped abroad, the military goes through some dark shit just through bootcamp and PTSD can affect us all in its posttraumatic stress disorder. And I say that as I did not realize I had PTSD until I had my brain surgery because that's when all my like memory slid it back.And I started having a lot more body reactions in the fact of you bring up the rape victim. I, the majority of my abuse was from people I trusted when, from the ages of eight to 10. And so if somebody that I trust tries to touch me at times, I go into fight or flight, it's very fucking annoying. and I'm still working through it yet by going to therapy, by going [00:31:00] to group help.Those are things that really help me get through it. It's also something that is not gonna go away anytime soon probably. Or it might go away for a while and it might come back cuz mental health is like, you know, it's not linear. It likes to be all over. And I would say just if it happens, especially if it happens in public, if it happens when you're driving, if it happens in those types of situations.First, please get yourself to safety. Please try to think about that first. No matter what is happening, it's not always possible to do this yet. Please get to safety and then who cares what the fuck you look like. If you are pulled over somewhere safe and having a meltdown, if you're in the middle of a grocery store having a meltdown, who the fuck cares if you are safe?Nobody's gonna hit you. Nobody's gonna run into you. Nobody's gonna do anything to you. [00:32:00]This is not always feasible, though. This can happen when you're doing other things and I don't know the resources to that. I'm happy to go look it up, but this is why I highly suggest at least having a relationship with a therapist you trust.Because I stopped going to therapy. Oh goodness, probably January this year and, but I still have my therapist number. So if shit hits the fan, if something happens, I can be like, Yo therapist, I need help. Or my family members know, I don't know what fuck just happened to Jen. She just like melted. Could you come like, Put her back together, please.De'Vannon: Mm-hmm. . Yeah, it's come and put me back together, Lord Jesus. Yes. So I do, I I would always recommend journaling and all your suggestions are phenomenal and so heartfelt and I appreciate the fuck out of them. And again, people can still reach out to you and [00:33:00] see what, we'll see what can be done see what can happen.I've started doing mdm, a assisted therapy with a social worker and also cell assignment therapy with a social worker for like my ptsd, ocd, anxiety and all of that. I recommend some of this hallucinogenic therapy to y'all cuz the, the drugs they prescribe. But in these clinics for me, re react very negatively with my system that I get from like a psychiatrist and shit like that.The hallucinogenics I've had a more positive results with. And so I walk away from them like I, when I've been on those trips. I don't feel like so out of body. I, my mind was just still, And for me, that is a strong deliverance because my mind is usually not still. And so that quietness followed me out of the therapy.And it's the same thing with me and like CBD gummies, because my body doesn't react to smoking weed at all, no matter the strand. But it does re [00:34:00] respond to the gummies. And so I take it as like a form of therapy. And I find that the quietness, my mind remembers it when I'm no longer under the influence of the drug.Jenn: I, I wanna add to that too in the fact that, as we were saying before, do what finds best for you. I'm biotech type too, which I found out is like, if I take drugs, it doesn't fuck me up in a good way. It fucks with my head bad. And so if I smoke weed, I'm probably ki crying in the bathtub. It's, it's not cool.Like I've been, I've talked to multiple the psychiatrists and I'm like, So I kinda wanna do lsd. And they're like, Please don't. It's just going not in the fact of like, please don't in the fact that, you know, all this is experimental. But because they're like, studies show that if you're bipolar type one or type two, you have [00:35:00] adverse effects to drugs because your brain already, the chemistry in it will not react properly like most people do.And I'm like, Oh, that makes sense because I've tried different things and it fucks with me where you talked about that you don't take the medications that a psychiatrist may prescribe. Those help me, but I know that they can fuck up other people. So please try and like have a. A buddy and on to go like, make sure you're doing okay, no matter which one you're trying.De'Vannon: Appreciate, sister. And so I heard you mention, you, you mentioned earlier like it was, it really, really hurt you because of people you, you trusted were, were some of the ones who had turned on you and And I just wanna to just pivot for just another, just another quick pivot and just us sin heart. Heartfelt warmth and love for people who feel that way [00:36:00] towards the church.We're not gonna go down a, a whole religious thing cause we did that on the last show and I appreciated it deliciously and delightfully. So, because, you know, we go to churches, and I was thinking about this earlier, you know, the only time we saw Jesus, like get up in arms, he tied that cord together and went in the temple and brand the people out who were like taking advantage of people, you know, in the house of God.And I was thinking, you know, he didn't go chasing down homosexuals or women who want abortions. And he didn't even much go chase the people who were swindler and cheaters outside of the church. He went into the church because it's bad enough that it's happening. But in a place like that where it's not supposed to happen, Is like the thing I think that really pissed him off.And so whenever we are expecting love from a place where it's supposed to come and we get hate, rejection, and pain, it's a more bitter pill to swallow. And so for all of you who have ever been heartbroken by somebody who you expected to treat you right, I'm sorry. I send you [00:37:00] love and peace and yes, fuck you, Lakewood Church because you were the ones who broke my heart and did that shit to me after our long relationship with each other.You mentioned that brain surgery. Tell, tell me why you had to have brain surgery. Jenn: Sure. So I think going through all my surgeries might make it a make a bit more sense. I am 2022, I am 34 and I had surgery number 10 this year. So me and surgery is not that scary. Let's see if I can remember all of my, I don't know if I can do them in order.Maybe I can. Okay. We're gonna see if I can do this. All right. So, Nope. I got, when I was little, little kid, I got tubes in my ears, which I didn't know was considered a surgery, but I guess it is. So I'm gonna count it. And then when [00:38:00] I was 13, I I was getting chronic bronchitis and they were noticing that my tonsils were causing it, but it's very, very dangerous to take out your tonsils when you have a any lung infections.So, but I wasn't gonna get better cuz I'm hardcore asthma and they they did it and I coded, which is a really weird experience because I like, remember looking down at myself. Very bizarre. Anyway, so that happened. I had my tonsils taken out, and then I had my gallbladder taken out, and then I had my first boob surgery when I was 17.And then I had an umbilical hernia, which basically because I [00:39:00] got my gallbladder out through my belly button, the scar tissue caused a hernia on where my umbilical cord would've been with my belly button. So that's why it's called an umbilical hernia. And it didn't go through. So I got another surgery for that.Oh, I'm missing one. They couldn't pull my teeth with me awake for my wisdom teeth, so they had to sedate me for it, like all the way out, sedated to what? What else am I thinking of? Oh, sinus and no surgery cuz I couldn't breathe out of my nose, brain surgery and in another boob job because it wasn't very good at when I was 17, so I finally got them nice.10. Yeah. So brain surgery was 2020 not the biggest deal. Me and going to [00:40:00] surgery is not a big deal. I'm just like, Oh, I have to have another, Okay, whatever. I've grown up around doctor's offices because I was su such a sick child. I was constantly hospitalized for my asthma and I got pneumonia a lot and bronchitis a lot.I was a really fun kid and it was around the age of three to four that my skull. Started forming a bump on my right temple and my mom was like, The fuck is going on with my daughter. So we lived in Phoenix at the time, and she took me to the hospital. They did MRIs and CAT scans and all that, and they found that my I had OID cysts on my brain.And an OID cyst is CYS is just like fluid. [00:41:00] It's just like a, if you take a bubble and it's on my the OID cyst is on the, between the brain and the spider webbing around your brain. And so they found it when I was like two or three, and they were like, Yo, don't worry about it. Most children, if they get it, they don't really know where I got it from, but they're like, Most children will grow out of it.Don't worry. So fast forward till I'm like eighth grade, so like 12, 13. And I'm in my mom's room for some reason, and I look in the mirror and I finally realize like, why is my temple so weird? And I'm like staring at myself like, What the fuck? Like as like a 13 year old, like this was mind blowing. I didn't know what it was, but it didn't really ever affect me other than I was like, I have this out.It looks really weird. I hate [00:42:00] it. Not a big deal. Very cosmetic, whatever, around the age. 20 something like, give or take. A year or two I started getting really, really bad pressure, headaches where I would have to tie a scarf around my head, cut off circulation to everything else, and. Like try to get rid of the pressure on my right temple.That happened a few times every year, maybe like not consistent enough to do anything about it or be concerned. I just thought I have all these medical conditions, I'm just probably a freak and it's another one of those things. I don't care. And in 2020 it started happening weekly. Okay, this is weird. And you can't really do anything.Like you can't work, you can't do much. And I was getting to the point where I had like this [00:43:00]giant jar of change that I would lay down on the bed with my head on the pillow and put change on my head to put like enough weight on it to try to get rid of the pressure. And I'm like, Okay, I gotta get this taken care of.Like this is, this is. Causing issues. And I'm like, Okay, I'll make an appointment, blah, blah, blah. I made an appointment with a neurologist and they're like, Yo, bro, try taking these like migraine medicines. Okay. Didn't fix it whatsoever. And then they were like, Don't worry about it. It's fine. A reference or nothing, don't worry.And so I'm, this is when my sister started working with me and were driving to work together and I'm driving and I have to pull over because my vision went away and I couldn't see all I could. It was just like, went all [00:44:00] black and the pressure was so bad, like I'm crying because it's just hurting so bad.So she finishes driving us to work and my partner came to pick me up cuz she needed to stay in work and they finally were like, Okay, cool. You can go see a surgeon. Well, I'm back in Phoenix at this point. And the same borrow barrow brain surgeons are in Phoenix or super dope, highly suggest them. I bring in my records to them cuz I still have the records, which, Oh yeah.Give me a second. You wanna see this? This is cool. Okay.Okay. I have the original scans from when I was a kid. Let's. I don't know how I'm gonna do this. De'Vannon: You probably have to have a light Jenn: behind it. I know. I'm like trying to think if I can do, Oh, I kiss the like, like this. Eh, eh, let me turn on my flashlight, bro. [00:45:00] Oh wow. Okay. Yeah. Okay. So, Oh, see, you can see where my eyeballs are, right?Yeah. And you see that giant, that big thing? Yeah. And then you can see one in the back of my head too. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. These are from when I was a kid.De'Vannon: Okay. And they just like left that there. Yeah, Jenn: because normally they go away naturally. Normally assist is like no big deal. So that's the one that's still there. It's actually grown. And so , I get so excited I bring these into the neurologist or the neurosurgeon with me and I'm like, Look, And they're like, We're not gonna do anything about it.No. They're like, It'll just go away. This isn't normal. Like, or this, These are routine things. No big deal. So they go and they're like, Hey, go get lidocaine shots. See if that helps. So I have to wait until one of these things normally go. Then I have to go into the doctor and get a lidocaine shot, which [00:46:00] is just numbing serum.And so they put a ton of lido and I'm like, It's not going away. And so it's not the pain at this point that's hurting. Like, yes, it hurts, but I'm crying because they can't figure it out. And at this point I'm thinking, no one will believe me. So I think I'm stuck with this for the rest of my life. But after further, they actually took it to like the board of Surgeons at the hospital.And they were like, Yo, like this isn't normal, that she gets headaches from this. Like she's going through so much. So they did a experimental surgery. What they did is if you think of a lake and then you think of this like randomly fluid as my river, as a river, they took my lake of a cyst and created a scar tunnel into the regular, like brain fluid that just chills in your brain.So as of it's [00:47:00] about two years now, it'll be two years on November 2nd I've had less than half a dozen headaches from it again. So it seems to be working. But that area, what they didn't know, and there's not a lot of research on it, is that having surgery there, because all of your long term memories are right around your right temple, like a little bit behind.And that is where they cut into me and they had to do the surgery. So yeah, it was like, Hey, you're gonna have brain surgery, but you're also gonna have to remember all the fucking shit you ever went through. And yeah, that was, that was fun.De'Vannon: Are you glad that the [00:48:00] memories were released to the extent that you are able to work on processing through it, or would you have rather it stayed hidden?Jenn: It's like when people say that they're grateful for what they went through because it makes them who they are. Yeah, I agree with that, but I never wanted to go through all this shit, you know, like it's not like I wanted all of that to happen. So it's like a both, like I think if I didn't remember all of it, I would have been ignorance as bliss.But because I did go through all of it, I also found my voice to be able to advocate for others and that is more important to me. Yet it took me, realizing what I [00:49:00] went through to be able to find the strength to do it. Yet my ignorant is bliss side of me would've been totally fine, not realizing that my entire life.Yeah, it's like you, you know, I, I like the harder path I normally choose it. Not meaning to because I'm very stubborn, but, so it's a, it, it happened, De'Vannon: it worked out. I appreciate it. That's a positive perspective over. I encourage everyone to try their best to find something good out whatever it is that you went through.I agree with you in terms of my own history. Had there been another way, Lord, but it didn't go that way, so fuck it. Here we are. Let's move on. Hallelujah. To have and praise now since in staying better in adding to the problems that are already there. Yep. So you mentioned something that we're gonna pivot as we begin to wrap up here.Y'all, this bitch. Has probably the best [00:50:00] TikTok channel that I've ever like swed over, her outfit she has on the sequin and the glitter and the gl. It's just so powerful and it's so encouraging and it's so inspiring. And I mean, it's like, it's like, it's like on your TikTok channel you look like, so you like God extracted all of the pride spirit from every gay person in the world and just like put it in you and then you're the living manifestation of what it means to just be happy and acceptingAnd Jenn: so thank you. And I will say part of that was the person that was marketing and just being able to read what I wanted to do. Like she gave me the topic, but I was able to know how to make it happen. I, those videos are old because I haven't posted on TikTok or Instagram. The podcast is kind of on pause because I don't know how to do that myself.[00:51:00]Like if somebody says Jen, like it was, and I hate that I didn't know this, that it was National Indigenous Day recently. And I was like,Why did I not know that? Why did I not know that we changed laws from Columbus Day to be National Indigenous Day? Why are we not making it better known? And I also, you mention about how I post about Juneteenth and I am very proud of that post. Yet at the same time, I'm very disappointed in myself. That I didn't make a post for Hispanic Heritage Month or for Indigenous People's Day, but I also have to, even though I'm disappointed, I have to be able to say, Jen, you're one person.[00:52:00]You, you're only one person. Yes, I can make a difference. I also only have people have said spoons in the mental health area. I only have so much bandwidth. I only have so much that I can give. And if I half asked any any everything, people aren't gonna get what they deserve. And that's why I've put everything on pause.Now. If anybody wants to help me on social media, you are welcome into my life. I'm just gonna put that out there. Someone wants to come into my life and help on social media. That's, that's basically, I just need someone to be like, Jen, post this. Like, get the ideas outta my head and help me. I need somebody to hold my hand.But I, I appreciate where you were going with that. I just wanted to almost, it's almost like self deprecating where I'm like, I have to call myself out on that because I, I do still feel that disappointment in myself. De'Vannon: Well, [00:53:00] I mean, you already said it. You're only one person. I'll add to that, that you're, you cannot necessarily stand up for every group of people all the time, and perhaps it's not meant for you two.So whatever was meant to happen did happen. Wherever. Wasn't, didn't. And the beautiful thing about social media, podcasting, writing books, those things are ever green in the sense that even though those videos might be old, they can still have a positive influence on somebody today, which is one of the main reasons why we do what we do.Because, you know, social media work, podcasting is like a living testimony when we're dead and gone. People can still go back and find this. And it won't matter how old it is, what they're gonna be concerned about is, can I relate to this and can it help me? And what we are going through now is the same thing some people went through before.The same people, the same thing people are gonna go through after. So give yourself a break. Girlfriend, you doing the damn thing. And so thank you. And so shout out to Cardi B. [00:54:00] Yes. I love her. And so so she has an incredible, So I think, I think social media is great. I don't care. I don't think I even noticed that it was outdated because it was so captivating.It was so captivating. I was just so intrigued. And so one of, though, you were talking about like anxiety and depression and you mentioned just a few seconds ago about how you, everything was going great when you were searching for the job and everything, but you were still sad. A person who's super close to me in my life.Gets that way. Sometimes I get that way very, very rarely, and when I do, there's a scripture in the book of Psalms where David, I believe is talking and he's having one of those types of days and he's all like, Why are you cast down my soul and why are you quid within me? He was like, I'm sad. I don't know why I feel sad.Yeah. That's how I found it in the scripture. I know not everybody is [00:55:00] spiritual and scriptural, you know, like I am, but it really, really sparked with me when you mention that because sometimes our emotions betray our reality. Mm-hmm. , either way, a person can be manic and shit can just be like really terrible and they could be overly optimistic and I'm all like, No girl.This is serious. You need to calm down and deal with this shit. Then in the other hand, everything is great and yet they're sad with the blinds closed and under the covers, so. Jenn: It's, it's definitely something that I posted it becausefirst off, it fucking sucks anxiety attacks, depression being bipolar, type two being bipolar, like, mental health struggles are, are not talked about and accepted enough. And I, I do want to [00:56:00] mention that there, I, I wanna talk about my own struggles. Yes, I do also wanna call out that systemically there are marginalized communities that have to deal with mental health issues even more because of microaggressions and things that a white folk don't necessarily deal with.And I. I wanna call that out because that is something that many people won't acknowledge that they're going through something because they see it as racism from others. That that's the emotion that's coming up is because of that. I say that because anxiety and depression and anything that has changes our moods without our desire to [00:57:00] ptsd, we, they don't, they're not our front.They really, as we were talking earlier, really cause us to think things that are untrue. And it can be, yes, exercise and diet can help. Other people do have success with that. Some people don't. Some people need experimental drugs. Some people need prescribed drugs. Some people need therapy. Some people need journaling.Some people need kickboxing and boxing to be able to beat the shit outta something. It's different for all of us, and I want others to see that they're not alone going through it. Because I, I don't remember what I said in that post because I was crying. It was, it was fun but it was where we,[00:58:00]we don't expect it. So what do we do when it happens? How do we prepare ourselves if it happens? How do we have these conversations? If I am having a panic attack and. Van and I call you, what do you do? Like what are you supposed to do that that's not something that's taught in school. If I'm having a panic attack, like that's not something that if I'm becoming dis, having coping mechanisms that are unhealthy, such as self harm that friendships or family is taught to deal with, and this is really why I want to share these journeys because show that it happens before it may happen, but also be able to have people go, Oh shit, I went through that like a year ago.Maybe I should go look into getting help or [00:59:00] resources or builder tool belts. Because without it, we we're kind of just a hot fucking mess in the fact that this is when bad situations happen in my opinion. De'Vannon: Hey, I think your opinion is a golden opinion, and I encourage to listen to your opinion. I commend you on caring enough to make a Juneteenth video like you did.And she also has a, an ally video because Jen is a friend of the gays darling. Yes. The need, expect her to find her at any of your prides. You never know where she might end up next. So Jenn: it's true. I, well, I wanna go to all the prides. I really wanna go to Atlanta. That is where I hope I get to go next year.Like that would De'Vannon: be fun. You know what? Whenever you wanna plan it, you know, my boyfriend is from outside of Atlanta, and so I be in Atlanta like a lot. Yay. And then I just heard that they have an iowaska retreat thing outside of Atlanta, and so that's one of my next things to try for therapy. And [01:00:00] so yes, we can definitely plan in Atlanta Pride because their, their prides like happens in October.You know, they wait until not in June. Oh, yay. So and so so that was, you know, that pretty much wraps us up. I, I wanted to do this deeper, this deeper dive with you. I thank you for your transparency. The website is www dot shit, the number two talk about.com. She has a link tree also shit to talk about.And all of this will go in the show notes. The podcast is shit you don't want to talk about with the great hostess, as I, as I say in my Sian accent. And so my dear, there is anything you'd like to say to the world. Any last words? Closing comments, remarks, salutations, whatever. Go on. Jenn: I do. And that is beautiful.Humans. As shitty as it is, you'll get through this and you got this. It's not the end of the world, no [01:01:00] matter how much it seems. It is cause y'all. We're just a few of the people that can tell you that you can get through it. We've been through some shit, but it's also, you don't have to go through it.Like we said, there's other ways too.De'Vannon: All right. Thank you so much for coming on the show, my girl. You wrapped it up nicely. We'll see you next time. Thank you. Bye. Bye.Thank you all so much for taking time to listen to the Sex Drugs and Jesus podcast. It really means everything to me. Look, if you love the show, you can find more information and resources at SexDrugsAndJesus.com or wherever you listen to your podcast. Feel free to reach out to me directly at DeVannon@SexDrugsAndJesus.com and on Twitter and Facebook as [01:02:00] well.My name is De'Vannon, and it's been wonderful being your host today. And just remember that everything is gonna be right. 

They Had Fun
Imagine Your Little Brother Opening for Your Idol... with Johnny Cirillo

They Had Fun

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 23:13


On our season two premiere episode, the photographer behind Watching New York, Johnny Cirillo, tells us about getting to see his little brother open for Elliot Smith at The Knitting Factory! Heartfelt, sincere, hilarious and FUN, this one is not to be missed! Check out Johnny on Instagram If you want to have fun like Johnny Donate to NYC Saltfind us at They Had Fun & on Instagram

Inner Voice - Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan
E273 - InnerVoice - A heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan Zeine and Daniel Blue on retirement Strategies

Inner Voice - Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 41:18


E273 – Inner Voice – a Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan. In this episode, Dr. Foojan Chats with Daniel Blue, a regular contributor to Forbes.com. He is the owner of Quest Education - a company that helps entrepreneurs obtain capital for their companies, pay off high-interest debt and make money tax-free using a self-directed retirement account to invest in alternative assets. With over ten years of educating small business owners, Daniel has a knack for helping individuals get creative with their finances, which leads to life-changing results. Under Daniel's leadership, Quest Education has reached the 7-figure mark two years in a row with a thousand customers throughout the United States. We talk about his book “B.L.U.E Print to your Best Retirement,” which is an Amazon Best Seller.   www.danielblue.me    Remember to Subscribe, Listen, Review, Share! Find me on these sites:   *iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/i...)   *Google Play (https://play.google.com/music/m/Inpl5...)   *Stitcher (https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=185544...)   *YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/DrFoojanZeine )     Platforms to Like and Follow:   *Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/DrFoojanZeine/)   *Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/Dr.FoojanZe...)   *Twitter (https://www.twitter.com/DrZeine/)   *LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/DrFoojanZ...)   

The.Wav NG
Hermez: Bridging Nigeria & America, "Oasis" & Heartfelt Music [20]

The.Wav NG

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 17:29


Hermez joins The.Wav NG's The Bamyy to discuss bridging the gap between America & Nigeria, his new project "Oasis", developing his voice, musical inspirations, and much more! Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the.wav_/ TIMESTAMPS 0:00 - Intro 1:58 - Who Is Hermez? 3:56 - Developing his voice/ musical influences 4:44 - How Hermez stays inspired 7:25 - Hermez's most heartfelt song 8:38 - Working with Nigerian artists & community 10:49 - "I want to bridge Nigeria & America fully." 12:10 - Hermez's new album: "Oasis" 14:26 - Lagos show in 2023? 16:22 - The meaning of Hermez #TheWavNG

If The Shoes Fit
Episode 255: NURY, PEACEMAKER ELON MUSK, and JOLIE V PITT | IF THE SHOES FIT

If The Shoes Fit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 53:46


Step into the shoes of former Los Angeles Council President Nury Martinez. You SECRETLY advocated child abuse against a co-workers black two-year old you referered to as a monkey, engaged in colorism against indigenous Oaxanans, and homophobia. OUTRAGED ensured. And what did you do? Released a statement, “At this moment, I need to take a leave of absence and take some time to have an honest and heartfelt conversation with my family, my constituents, and community leaders”. Walk us through your plans for HONEST and HEARTFELT conversation, live and in public, if you will. Step into the shoes of Sarah Silverman. You were told to sit down and shut up for your blackface disgrace after tweeting about Kanye West's anti-semitism. Instead, should you stand up and reach out like Peacemaker Elon Musk? Step into the shoes of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's Kids. How do you handle your parents legal issues making them Johnny Depp and Amber Heard Part Deux? REGULAR FEATURE: LEGION OF DOOM REGULAR FEATURE: MISTYAF Become a patron: https://www.patreon.com/iftheshoesfit

C**t Talk
EP233 Burning Man 2022 Episode Part II

C**t Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 40:27


Welcome to PART 2 of Lindsey & Madison (A.K.A. Sugar)'s Burning Man Experience!! For those of you who don't know what Burning Man is, it's a festival described as "an annual event in Nevada's Black Rock Desert, where people gather for around nine days to celebrate artistic self-expression and the building of a community intended to be temporarily self-sufficient. It's popularly thought of as a surreal counterculture party in the desert."This year was Madison's FIRST time (she popped that cherry like an f'ing pro) and it was also the first 'burn' since the covid pandemic. So people were ready to escape, transform and come together in community. And just to show the varied experiences of what a Pleasure Positive Life can look like... while Linds & Mads were in the desert, Katie was sending her first baby off to pre-school! Heartfelt and also transformational. What do you think after hearing all this? Would you ever go to Burning Man? Maybe 2023?Enjoy! Stay Connected with Clit Talk:Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/clittalkshow/   - @clittalkshow Download our free audio training CLIT TALK CLIFF NOTES: The Ultimate NO BS Guide to Self Pleasure & Sexual Intimacy

Play Therapy Community
A Heartfelt Story of the Power of PLAY

Play Therapy Community

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 16:00


Melissa LaVigne shares a personal story of an accident her daughter experienced stumbling down the stairs, and how Play Therapy helped her process that trauma and heal from the incident. Want to learn more about Melissa? Here's her website https://www.melissalavignelcsw.com/ and her books can be found on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Melissa-LaVigne-LCSW-RPT/e/B08C9W285R%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share Interested in socializing with other Therapists in the Play Therapy Community? Here's our facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/playtherapycommunity Ready to take your EMDR practice to the next level? Join the EMDR Learning Community https://emdr-learning.com/share/TzabloXTllAx8cpw?utm_source=manual 

Les Immatures De Paris And The Policeman
War, militarisation and the ‘business' of capitalism_American actor Sean Penn has issued a heartfelt plea for billionaires to buy fighter

Les Immatures De Paris And The Policeman

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 8:06


Triune LOVEs me
Heartfelt Word - Holy Spirit - Some words are worth repeating :)

Triune LOVEs me

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 14:38


Today's Word - Holy Spirit The Holy Spirit is such a large word to undertake! I can only share what is in my heart. This amazing journey that I have been on, has taught me many things over the past 3 years.After studying 535 words... and dancing through the pages of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation I have never tried to tackle the word, Holy Spirit ... What a massive undertaking!!! I can only ask my Heavenly Father to guide my heart because I can not do this alone.This word study is not the typical study.  Because truthfully my walk with God has been anything but ordinary...  From no religious background and no interest in reading the Bible ... To a Holy Spirit Encounter that rocked my world.. set my heart ablaze and spurred a newfound love of writing...   I hope you join me as I relive our adventure of words.  Where I share my heart, and experience of chasing a love greater than I have ever known.  Let's grow His love each week as I openly share my thoughts, emotions, and heart. http://www.triunelovesme.com Word Study Link https://triunelovesme.blogspot.com/p/words.htmlWords Written and narrated by Lori Garner Support the showSupport the show

Sermons - Harvest Church  |  Arroyo Grande
Identity Series: Created to Serve God and Others - Steve Henry

Sermons - Harvest Church | Arroyo Grande

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 90:16


1 (3s): Good morning, 2 (6s): Let's all stand together in worship. 1 (37s): He has to see what a savior has. See how his love overcomes. He you conquer the be every and break every, Oh God, you have to great. We, you in. 1 (1m 18s): Oh, you have done, you'll, you, you conquer the A. 0 (3m 8s): You've 1 (3m 9s): Great 0 (3m 12s): Hero. 1 (3m 13s): Heaven. You conquer the you every captive, and oh, the faith can. 1 (4m 27s): The s lets we with expectations. Waiting here for you, waiting the Lord. And still, everything you promised, your faithfulness is 3 (9m 13s): You just to come into the presence of a creative God and know that you love us, that you busy yourself without every step. You care about the ups and downs of our lives, and you carry us through. Father, we just honor you this morning. Jesus name. 5 (9m 41s): The Lord looks upon you and he is pleased. He loves you with an everlasting love before the foundations of the world. He sings over you. Lord, you are a pleasing sound to his ears. He is near you, near than you think. And he delights in being near you. Call out to you and peace and grace and truth to yours 4 (10m 18s): And the Spirit. Spirit and the bride. Say, Come and let him who hears say, come and let him who first come. Whoever desires, let him take the water of life free. Or I testify to everyone who hears the words of the prophecy of his book. If anyone adds to these things, God will add to him the flags that are written in this book. If anyone takes away the words of the book of this prophe, God shall take away his part from the of life, from the holy city. And the testifies to things says surely. Amen. 1 (11m 17s): Praise God from praise him creatures. Praise Father. Son. 1 (11m 59s): Praise the praise. Praise the spirit. Every mom praise 0 (13m 17s): Us. 1 (13m 19s): Praise the Spirit every moment. Praise God. Praise, praise. 0 (13m 37s): Praise us. Praise 1 (13m 41s): Us Spirit. Praise God who died, Who? 0 (14m 38s): Praise. 1 (14m 39s): Now, praise the spirit. 0 (14m 55s): Now, 1 (14m 58s): Every moment, all our praise, praise, praise. We praise you, 0 (15m 12s): Son. 1 (15m 13s): We praise you spirit. 0 (15m 16s): Now, 1 (15m 19s): Moment, all our God, praying, God praise, God, praise God. Praise, praise. 1 (17m 44s): Every dark is your name. Is the, your name is shouts. 1 (20m 2s): Jesus, the holy name Jesus. Shout Jesus. Darkness is healing. 1 (21m 46s): The Jesus I, 6 (22m 9s): Yeah. Look, we praise your name, Lord. We come here today in, in response to what you've done, Jesus, what you've sacrificed for us. You paid the ultimate price so that we can walk in freedom and joy and peace, and so that we can approach your throne without hesitation. Jesus, you give yourself to us over and over and over again, Lord. And so I just pray that each heart would be encouraged this morning, that each heart would be challenged this morning where we need to be challenged. And Lord, I just pray that we would as a church, glorify your name this morning, God, because that's the greatest act that we can do in response to what you've done, Lord. 6 (22m 51s): So we bring our hearts, we bring our minds, we bring our attention to you this morning, and we're so grateful for you. In Jesus' name. Amen. Amen. All right, You can take your seats if you'd like The beautiful time of worship. My name is Curtis. I just wanna welcome you all here today. If you have not been here before, if this is your first time, we've got coffee and tea out on the patio and restrooms down these hallways here, so you can find your way there if you need it. And also, if you're new here, we have communication cards in the seat backs in front of you. So they, they're double-sided. There's notes and communication cards. So if you'll take that communication card and fill it out with your information, we'd love to reach out to you, get to know you and connect with you in that way. 6 (23m 37s): So please do that. If you're new or if we have outdated information, you can do that as well. Also, we had a Bonko for Babies event this last week, and it was incredible. It was an awesome time. The ladies showed up and they were super generous. We have a gift, or we have a photo of all the gifts. They brought all these to donate to Lifeline Pregnancy Center. And so hopefully that'll be a huge blessing to the community and those who have unplanned pregnancies. And then also, we have a child dedication Sunday coming up. So if you're a parent and you want to dedicate yourself to raising your child in the faith, then you can do that October 23rd. But let us know. 6 (24m 18s): Go sign up at the info center, and we'd love to get you signed up for that. The last thing is that we've got Halloween outreach happening here at the church. If you haven't heard about it, basically thousands of kids are gonna be coming down this, this street right in front of our building, and we wanna be able to bless them and load them up with candy and just love on them. So we're gonna be opening our doors. We're gonna have a carnival in here, free carnival for the kids. It's gonna be really sweet. So if you'd like, you can get involved in two ways. You can bring candy, donate candy for us to give out, and then you can also sign up to serve at this event. It's gonna be really great. So we encourage you to do that. 6 (24m 59s): And then after, so after this, right at the minute, mingle, the youth are gonna be dismissed. But first we're gonna bring up Jeremy, Pastor Jeremy, Pastor Steve, and the elders, and we're gonna, we got a little something for you. So, Yeah. 8 (25m 32s): Yeah. Good morning. So as you know, this is Pastor Appreciation Sunday, and so we're here to pray for our pastors. But first I want to give a little bit of introduction, little bit of, not introduction, but their background, background background. So I'm Steve, probably already know Steve and Jeremy, so I don't need to introduce them. But Steve started serving in church when he was a teenager. And then by 17, God told him that he wanted him to be a pastor. So after he finished high school, he went to numerous bible colleges and, and has a master's in Pastor Pastoral leadership. 8 (26m 17s): And so that was his beginning into ministering. He's served as a youth pastor. He served as in street ministry in homeless ministry. He was a chaplain for the county jail. He's Sunday school teacher worship on the worship team and all that. And, and youth, youth pastor. I know worship, that's probably life was 9 (26m 46s): Off, I'm sure 8 (26m 48s): Youth pastor and then associate pastor. Oh yeah. And then God spoke to him again and said, You know, you need to go plant a church. Steven know how to plant a church. But he was following God's direction. And so out to Lopez, we went, this is when I got involved with Pastor Steve about 20 years ago. And what we've been doing as a church following Steve's leadership is we first moved from Lopez, then to the West campus, the sanctuary, which is now the chapel. And then we started acquiring more and more buildings. We were renting them all. And then finally it came up for purchase. 8 (27m 30s): And so we decided to purchase. Now the thing is, following Steve's leadership, it's, it's always do, can we do this? And, and the answer's no by ourselves. Yeah, yeah. But with God, we can do these things. And so our budget increased every year. Every year when we do the budget, do we wanna put this much extra in? And we go, Well, God's always been faithful to meet our budget, so maybe we oughta set it like, No. But Steve also is the pastor of the area. 8 (28m 11s): Pastors meet once a month for a, a praying and leadership and lunch. And, and Steve's involved in that. He actually runs that, heads that up. And so I just wanna say that it's been a blessing for Becky and me to serve along with Pastor Save. He's my friend. He's, I look up to him. He's my pastor, and I'm just so grateful, so thoughtful. And so we're looking for another 20 years. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. Or more or more. As long as, until Jesus comes back. 10 (28m 53s): Until Jesus, every, 8 (28m 55s): So Pastor Jeremy, Pastor Jeremy, a little known fact. He was born in China. I lived there for all of one year. One year. One year. So he is not fluent in Mandarin? Nope. So after Jeremy and his family, he, he was born in China because his parents were missionaries. They were serving there. And after a year, they came back to the States and Jeremy did the high school thing, and he, and he went to U csb straight to high school. Yeah. Graduated U C S B. He's a brilliant man. He didn't have to mess around with grade school. 8 (29m 37s): And yeah, he was straight, just high school. But then about four years ago, Jeremy was working in construction, and him and his family started attending Harvest. And a little bit later than that, we were in the need for a youth pastor. And so Jeremy came to mind. So we, we interviewed Jeremy and I got to know his heart and his passion for, for the youth. And I thought, Okay, we need to hire this guy. There was no doubt in my mind that, that we needed him. So we offered him a job and, and accepted, thankfully. 8 (30m 18s): And so now Jeremy's, he's doing the youth Wednesday night meetings and teaching youth on Sunday mornings high junior high and high school. And that's why there's so many not empty seats now because of the, Jeremy hasn't taken all the youth away. And so those of you that are sitting, are sitting and waiting for a seat, you'll, you'll find a seat pretty soon. So he's, he's been thank serving graciously, humbly, thankfully, and is such a tremendous influence on our youth. And it's, it's good for me. 8 (31m 4s): And I, and I love seeing this. I'm also, many of, you know, I'm a teacher. I teach at high school level. And so we kind of have the same goal in mind because the youth is our, it's the next generation that we're raising up. And if, if we don't raise up the, the youth, then things are going to go downhill. And we don't want that. So we're, we're grateful for Jeremy. I'm glad that he came on board. He's a team player and of asset to harvest, and we love you so much. 8 (31m 45s): Right? 13 (31m 49s): Why do you have a sticker on? Why do you have a stick? Neil and Jim, if you could go grab your whatever it is a way of honoring our pastors, throwing our appreciation from the children's ministry, the kids' ministry grades first, second, third, and fourth have created something that I would like to narrate, which will be their way of honoring this one over here is, is honoring Pastor Steve. That's why I have the stick, if anyone gets out of line, I have a stick. And this will be honoring Jeremy. And so I'm gonna start right over here. All right. I'm just gonna read it to you. 13 (32m 29s): Hopefully you can see what we got going on here. So again, Pastor Steve, this is for you. Heartfelt from the children. Our pastor is a rock star and a sweet tart for everything he does. We wanted to take five to thank you. He is always there to pick up the pieces. He makes us snicker and chuckle at his jokes, which he happens to buy from the children. By the way, he deserves a hundred grand every payday. 13 (33m 15s): Jim, we gotta raise a budget. You are m and ms, which means mighty manager of our church. The higher please. Neil, thank you. You have made mounds of difference in our lives as we journey down the rocky road of life and a lifesaver for many. You will be in our hearts now and now and later. Now and later. Thank you, Neil. All right. Tell you what, let me stand right over here for this one. 13 (33m 56s): Okay. Pastor Jeremy, Heartfelt from the children. You ready? Yeah. Ready. Okay. You are truly Mr. Goodbar. You are such a, a sweet tart and go the extra mile for our youth. You bring so much. It says Almond joy, Joy to so many. You are m and ms, which means mega mellow man. You give us airheads, you give us airheads advice and guidance and a lifesaver when it comes to helping our youth over the rocky road of life. 13 (34m 38s): You always make sure we have donuts. You are a rockstar with youth. Little higher dare Jim. Thank you. You are a rockstar youth minister and a, a outrageous baptizer, Okay? No big kisses to you for all you do for our church. We love you two pieces. 13 (35m 22s): So what we'd like to do now for, for Steve and Jeremy, is we just like to pray for them. And so we would ask you to, you know, pray along with us, agree with us, Neil, we're gonna start with you, 10 (35m 34s): Right? Good morning. 13 (35m 36s): Just so, 14 (35m 37s): So glad I said at first service, and I'll say it again, that these men said yes to serving and also just wanna share a little story. Got to church early this morning to prepare for this, and Jeremy was out in the parking lot with a little broom sweeping up cigarette butts that were out in the parking lot. So I just, I just, it just illustrates the preparation that goes into this morning. You know, that last song we sang, you know, I just wanna speak the name of Jesus. You just, you just need to know that, that that happened in prayer before we all met this morning that happened with the worship team back in the green room this morning before we all gathered that you really are prayed in every day. 14 (36m 24s): You really are looked after in a special way. And these two men lead the way. And it's just an honor to serve with you guys. Father God, we ask your blessing, Lord, on their sacrifice of service, Lord, on their family sacrifices. Service Father would pray Your wisdom and grace and your Holy Spirit would fall in a powerful way, Lord God, all the days of their lives, Lord, instructing and motivating for them to reach and teach all of us, Lord God, to bring the word, Father God, to bring their wisdom and their insight, Lord God, and their willingness, Lord, just to say yes to you. I thank you and praise you, Father. And we ask in Jesus' name. 15 (37m 6s): You know, the Bible says, Jesus says that the greatest in the kingdom of heaven is the servant of all. He was a servant. He came to die. He came to lay down his life. And he said, And I will give you shepherds after my own heart. And truly, these men are shepherds after God's own heart. They care about you, they pray for you. They're there when you need them. If you want to some counseling or prayer. And they study. They give hours in studying the word of God so that they don't miss giving you the whole council of God from cover to cover. 15 (37m 49s): These are mighty men in God's kingdom. He looks at them as his soldiers, as his servants, as his fellow heirs. And we honor them today. We bless them in Jesus name. And we're so thankful that we don't have to worry when they open the word of God, cuz we know they're gonna teach it and not just talk about it. So let's just pray and, and again, give thanks for them. Father, we thank you for these men of God and Ron too, Lord, even though he's retired. And Lord, we thank you for all that they've done in this fellowship, all that they continue to do. 15 (38m 33s): We pray, God, that you would continue to feed your flock through them. Raise up others who will be able to go out and do likewise. We commit this church into your hands, and we thank you for their faithfulness. In Jesus' name. Amen. 7 (38m 53s): Okay, 8 (38m 59s): So, Lord, thank you so much for these, Ben. I know I've said a lot about 'em and talked about their background, but what's most important is they follow you. They desire to be your servant, Lord. And we, we thank you that they have a servant attitude, and it's easy for us to follow them the way they follow you. It's easy for us to follow Jesus just the same, because they set a good example for us to follow. Thank you Lord for these two men. And Ron, who just recently retired, was our pastor here for a number of years. 8 (39m 40s): And we just honor honor them today. We, we, we just thank you and praise you and give you, give you all our love and devotion, Lord. And for these men, it's in your precious name. Amen. 7 (39m 57s): Amen. Amen. 13 (39m 59s): And Lord, we trust that you're gonna fill both Steve and Jeremy fresh with the power of your spirit. Lord, without you, they can do, they can't do anything, but it's through you. They can do all things through Christ who strengthens them. Lord, we know we're all in a battle, but especially our leaders are in a battle, a spiritual battle. And we, we know we have an adversary. We'd love to take them down and take them out. Lord, we pray for them. We lift them up to you to lift up their arms in the battle, to give them strength in the battle, encouragement, confidence, knowing Lord, that all they are able to do really comes directly from you. So let bless these two guys, bless these men. I pray for their families, for their marriage, that their, their marriages would continue to grow stronger and stronger, and their children would be blessed. 13 (40m 44s): Pour out your spirit upon their families. We pray we commit these to godly men, to you, and we thank you for your faithfulness. In Jesus name we pray, and all God's people said, amen. Amen. All right, Yeah, there's one more thing we wanna do before we let Steve preach. And what it is, is actually one of the most wonderful things that we get to do as a church body. And that is we're going to set apart, pray for and orain another pastor for Harvest Church. And so Curtis, I'd like to invite you to go ahead and come on up here. 13 (41m 30s): Hi, Clark. Yeah, go ahead and stand right in the middle there. So we're, we're gonna talk about, about you just a little bit. So personally, I've known Curtis since, I think he was about five years old. He went to school with one, one of our kids as well. And, and most everybody on the stage here has known Curtis for a long, long time. This is Clark Curtis's wife. We haven't known you quite as long, but she, she hails from Alabama. Got that right. Go tide. Go Crimson Tide. Yeah. Yeah. So we've been meeting with Curtis for, for a number of years and we've been trying to determine a few things. 13 (42m 10s): But one is, a pastor's role is not like any other courier pursuit. It's a calling. And so what we did in our meetings with Curtis is we wanna affirm the calling that's upon his life. And part of that come, comes with, you know, really difficult questions and really giving him, you know, a run through to make sure that you know that he's prepared and equipped. There's no perfect pastor, you guys know that, right? But God calls a man and equips the man to do the work of a shepherd. And we have multiple pastors because we, we want to shepherd the body of Christchurch Harvest Church really well. So wanna read a scripture to you, Curtis, that you know very well. 13 (42m 52s): It's from Ephesian chapter four, verse 11 and 12. Now, these are the gifts Christ gave to the church, Apostles, prophets, evangelists, and the pastors and teachers. Their responsibility is to equip God's people to do his work and build up the church, the body of Christ. So again, by definition, the role of a pastor, the job of a pastor is to be a shepherd. You know, the Bible talks about us being sheep, right? And, and that's not really a compliment. I don't think that we're called sheep by God, but sheep need shepherds. Now, Jesus is the chief shepherd. We, we know that, we understand that, but he's appointed shepherds that we can relate to. 13 (43m 37s): And again, as I said, you know, none of these men up here, perfect men, we all deal with the same things that, that hu humans deal with. But God has still chosen to, to use men to, to equip the saints for the work of the ministry. So being a pastor is, as I said earlier, it's not a career path that you would choose. It is simply a calling that is upon your life. And as, as we've seen Curtis on this journey, again, we, we wanna affirm you, Curtis, that God's call is upon your life. And by him being up here, for all of us that know Curtis, this shouldn't be a surprise. This should be like, Well, of course Curtis is being set apart for the work in the ministry because he is been doing it all along and we see God's hand upon your life. 13 (44m 20s): And so we're just in agreement with what he's doing. Curtis simply said, yes. He said yes to God's calling upon his life. And so with that, some of Curtis's qualifications, in addition to, if you want to read through first Timothy chapter three, there's kind of a list of qualifications there for church leaders. But in addition to that, Curtis' qualifications are as follows. He attended Bible college in New Zealand for a year to study ministry. He completed a master's degree in pastoral leadership. He has served on the Harvest staff team in various areas for the past seven years. And he started out doing, these were his original jobs. 13 (44m 60s): He did landscaping, cleaning, and facility maintenance. So one of the ways that we determine if somebody actually has a shepherd's heart, a servant's heart, and they'll say, Hey, I wanna do ministry at Harvest Church. We say, Well, you know, we've got some bathrooms that need to get cleaned and we've got some, you know, stuff to do on the property. And it, and it shows a lot about a person in your heart in particular, Curtis, because you've been eager to do anything and everything that you've been asked to do unto the Lord. And so we wanna affirm that again. And also, Curtis is currently serving Harvest Church in these following areas. He leads our young professionals group, He's in charge of our facility maintenance team. So apparently you're never gonna get away from that one. 13 (45m 41s): Curtis. Yeah, Yeah. He also leads our welcome team, which is greeters and the info center here at church. Maybe most importantly, he leads our coffee team. Okay. Pretty, yes, he o he oversees our missions. And so these would be, he, he's our primary contact for our missions effort locally and throughout the world. He's over our marketing and branding. What does that mean? Well, he's over the website, the app, and all the kind of digital media stuff that goes out there every week. So in the future, Curtis will be taking on more responsibilities in the area, mainly of pastoral leadership. 13 (46m 21s): We're talking about teaching, counseling, shepherding, and basically, you know, caring for God's people. And so we're gonna lay hands on Curtis right now in, in the scripture. That's what we see is the model is as for example, the Apostle Paul, when he would plan a church in a new community and it would get established, he would raise up leaders for that local church and they would lay hands on the leaders and basically set 'em apart for the work that got us calling them to do. So we ask that you would agree with us as we pray for Curtis, and we ask that you would encourage him, that you would support him in the work that God is calling him to do. So we're gonna pray for Curtis right now, and Neil, I'm gonna have you go, go ahead and start 14 (47m 8s): Heavenly Father, lift Curtis and Clark up to you or God, and thank you Father, that they've said yes Lord God. Father, we thank you for the sacrifice, Lord, that they know they're gonna make along the way, Father God. And your word says, Your grace is always sufficient, Father God, it underpins everything, Lord. Father, I'm just, I'm blessed to lead with this man and to be led by this man, Lord God. And we thank you and praise you, Father, and just pray your Holy Spirit would empower every day, Lord God, there would be grace every day, Lord abundantly applied Lord in his marriage with his kids, Lord God in his ministry here. Father, we thank you and praise you. 14 (47m 48s): We asking Jesus name. 15 (47m 55s): Father, I just thank you also that I have had the privilege of seeing Curtis grow up from a little boy to a man of God. He's following in his father's footsteps, Lord. And you've called him, you told him, I want you to be my servant. I want you to be a pastor. And Lord, we thank you for giving him Clark a godly woman Lord, as I've seen so far, and I know God, that she loves him dearly and she wants to walk beside him every step of the way. Whatever you call him to we pray, Father, that you would just continue to add to his ministry, enlarge his borders, just use him and both of them, Lord, in a mighty way, reaching the generation that they're from, as well as younger, younger kids, Lord. 15 (48m 47s): And we pray God, that you would continue to give them a hunger and a thirst for your word and power in their lives, Lord, as they watch you make them the man and woman you want them to be and use in your kingdom. We commit them into your hands, Lord, in Jesus name. Thank 8 (49m 4s): You Lord. Amen. 16 (49m 7s): Lord, thank you for the character that you've developed and built up in, in Curtis through the good times, through the struggles and the hard times, Lord, that character is, is how you laid upon your calling upon his life, Lord, that he responded and said yes to the colon of, of, of stepping into church ministry, Lord. And he said yes in a number of different ways. He said yes, by mowing lawns, by, by cleaning toilets, by doing all those things just under and and out of sight of everyone else. Lord, He did that because he was doing it unto you Lord. So thank you for the, for him saying yes, the calling Lord. And, and thank you Lord for the com, the chemistry that harvest Church staff has Lord, and how we work together as a team to, to, to carry forth your mission and your vision for harvest Church and our community as well as in around the world, Lord. 16 (49m 54s): So thank you. That's that. All those, those three things, there Lord are, are there in Curtis. Lord, thank you Jesus. Thank 8 (50m 1s): You Lord. Lord, what a blessing it is to lift up Curtis and Clark today. This is a special day for him. Lord witnessed Curtis grow physically, academically, and spiritually over this last 20 years or so. But what's most important is, is his maturity in act in spiritually where we see his desire to honor and follow you. We thank you for the, the servant's heart that he's given, Curtis, thank you for the His being ready and willing and able to do what you want him to do, Lord, because he's following your call. 8 (50m 46s): Lord, we see a humble spirit in Curtis pray that we continue to see that as they grow and mature in their marriage, in raising kids and everything that this life has to offer Curtis, but mostly keep his eyes focused on you. Lord, that's the most important and Jesus name we pray, 13 (51m 13s): Lord, we know that every passer feels inadequate in one way or another, but Lord thank you that you have said that whom you call you also equip. So Lord, in the areas where Curtis might feel inadequate or unqualified, Lord, I pray that you would build him up, that you would speak to him, that you would work through him, Holy Spirit, that you would not only enable him, but empower him to do things that are way beyond what he thinks his normal scope of ability is. And so, Lord, we, we just pray for the two of them in particular, they're one flesh. They're walking this journey together. So Lord, as these other men of God have prayed, I agree, Lord, that you would use these two specifically to strengthen the body of Christ here at Harvest Church. 13 (51m 57s): Encourage us, use him as your instrument to take us, you know, to the next level and that he would have certainly a key influence on the young people of our church. 17 (52m 11s): Thank 13 (52m 11s): You so Lord, we just, again, we just affirm and agree with the calling that is upon Curtis's life. Bless him and use Him for your glory. Glory we pray in Jesus' name. 17 (52m 20s): Thank you Lord, thank you for this amazing couple and so blessed to have, watch Curtis grow up as his dad and so grateful for the blessing of Clarky and his life and his sweet son, Emerson. Lord, we just bless them, his family, His calling, their calling upon their lives. Lord God, they would just trust you all the days of their lives, Lord God. God, they would just, they would just be a humility that marks their life, an integrity, godliness, faithfulness. So Lord, bless him, we pray, Lord we love him. In Jesus name. Amen. Amen. Amen. 17 (52m 60s): Thank you guys. Alrighty. Over here. Yeah. Oops, sorry. Ah, thanks guys. Thank you very much. Thanks Gary. As these guys make their way off the platform, thank you so, so much for honoring us today. Oh, thank you so much. Thank you so much. It takes so many people to do what we do. And so I just wanted to talk about our elders just for a moment here. 17 (53m 41s): So Jim, as he said, he's been with us, Well, he came, he didn't come the very first day of the church plant. He said he wanted to see if it would make it. And so he made, he came the second week and he is been with us ever since, ever since. And so he is just been a faithful, faithful man, just a brother, a friend, just an incredible encourager and faith man, faith filled man. Gary Tucker was my youth pastor in junior high school. I talk about him a lot. He's just was in my life during my formative years. And he came to the church in the early, early, I think first year. And it's just been such a huge blessing. Neil, Neil has been an incredible addition to our team. 17 (54m 24s): I think it's been 5, 6, 7 years, it's been a while now. And he's just been incredible. Just a man of integrity, a man of great wisdom and wit and, and just, he's just been a great, great friend over the years as well. And then of course, Pastor Ron d who just retired this year, we honor him. He's, he came on the team and joined our staff team about 15 years ago in a time when I really, really needed an associate and someone to just partner with me and with us. And so Ron's been on and off the elder team over the years currently serving on. And so I just wanna say thank you to these guys. And apart from that, we've just got an incredible staff. So again, Jeremy, so Jeremy been here three years and has been a rock star. 17 (55m 9s): He, not just because he does what he does so well, but he's just a godly, humble, hardworking, faithful guy. Whatever you ask him to do, he's on it. You don't have to even think about whether it's the job is gonna get done, It just gets done. And so it's just an amazing, he's talked about just the, the, the synergy and just the closeness of our team. He's a big part of that. Who else do we have up there? We've got Curtis Henry again. So yeah, Curtis, Curtis asked me a number of years ago, he said, I feel called to the ministry, should I go to another church to walk out my call? He, he didn't want to presume or assume anything, he just wanted to do what was right. 17 (55m 56s): And I told him, absolutely not. You gotta stay here. And it's such an honor. A lot of the staff members are family members and it's just such an honor that I was thinking about the folk Rods up here leading worship, Jim Folk, Rod, I've known Jim since we were young and yeah, Violet and Levi and Jack all up here playing music. Those are all his kids that he taught how to do the, the work of the ministry. And so we're so grateful for that type of a heritage and dynamic that we get to experience within the church. And so we're getting to experience that here as well. Leslie, my youngest, she's 27 years old, she joined the kids ministry team 10 years ago as an assistant. 17 (56m 37s): She actually has been teaching since we planted the church for 20 years. She's been a teacher or a teacher's helper, and then she was the children's ministry assistant, the director's assistant for five, six years. And then she went off to college, finished a, a psychology degree up in northern California, came back and at that point Christie Swo, who was the director, said, Hey, I want to change positions within the team. And I said, Well, who do you think would be a good fit for your job? And she said, without hesitation, she said, Leslie. And you know, I just said, Hey, don't, don't just name Leslie because she's my daughter, but make sure she's the right person. And, and she's definitely the right person. 17 (57m 17s): She's amazing. Amanda Henry, my daughter-in-law, she wasn't my daughter in-law, she started coming to the church. But my son was wise, Steven was super wise in snatching her up. And so they've been married now for the last eight months or so. And so she's the creative director. She spent five years in Australia learning training to be a worship leader, a songwriter. And then she came back a number of years ago, continued the work of ministry just as a volunteer. She finished her psychology degree about year or two ago, and she's been on the team now for the last year and a half as our creative director. 17 (57m 58s): So, so thankful for Amanda. Who else do we have here? We have Tim Mo. Tim, I like that Stash. Dude, what happened? You shaved off the stash. Anyway, so Tim Modern feels like he's part of the family. He's been with us for a few years now, and Tim did training in New Zealand in the audio video world there at a large church and then came back and joined Harvest and began to volunteer and be a part of what we're doing and then finished his degree just in this last year or two. And so he'd been an amazing part of the team and we're so, so grateful. Abby's sitting next to him. I'll talk about Abby. Abby's actually an intern right now working on her degree in film. 17 (58m 41s): And so she's working behind the scenes and putting stuff together and making us look really, really good. So thanks Abby. Appreciate that very much. All right, who else we have up there? Carson, what can we say about Carson? Where is she? Is she in here? Yeah. Carson, what? Raise your hand, Carson. Is she hiding? Carson's amazing. So this is the story behind Carson. Carson was here during her high school years. Her family moved out from Nebraska and they were attending church here and, and she was super impacted by the youth ministry here at Harvest Church. And then she went off to Grand Canyon University and finished a degree in entrepreneurship. And then she came back and she's here at church serving everywhere. 17 (59m 23s): And the team came to me and said, Hey, we need to hire Carson. I said, Well, what is Carson gonna, Why do we need to hire Carson? What, what is he gonna do? And they just, everybody was like trying to convince me to hire Carson. So I said, do this, draw up her job description, draw up the number of hours that she'll work and what we'll pay her and submit that to me. And then if it looks like we've got a position for her, then we'll interview her and go, you know, go through the whole process. Well, Carson's been a rockstar. She's just amazing. She works with kids and youth as an assistant. She is the, the administrative genius behind all kids and youth stuff. And so we just love her. She's been a great part of the team. 17 (1h 0m 4s): Who else? Who is that beautiful lady? Jolene. So let's all sing that song to Jolene. No, you guys know what song I'm talking about? Okay, nevermind. We gonna do that. So Jolene's really does not like that. Her pictures up there, she really does not like to be up front at all. She'd rather serve behind the scenes. And so for 32 years we've been married and been doing ministry together. And when we planted this church, she said, Listen, I'll, I'll go along with this little plant here, but I don't want to do the typical pastor wife thing. You know, I play piano and lead women's ministry and that sort of thing. 17 (1h 0m 45s): And I said, You don't have to do anything that you don't want to do, just do what you're called to do. And so she's been doing that. She loves being behind the scenes, she's in the office administrating everything that happens there, working just hand in hand with us every day and just doing an amazing job. So thank, thank you, Jolene. It's such a sweet thing to see what God will do in bringing the right team members to the church. And you guys are all a part of that. It literally takes like hundreds of volunteers to minister to the people that come to Harvest Church. And so you guys are a part of that. And I want to just say thank you for all that you do to volunteer to make everything happen that happens every week. 17 (1h 1m 27s): There's a lot, a lot, a lot that happens. And if you'd like to be involved, we've got this flyer called Get Plugged in with Great Service Opportunities. So that's the front of the flyer, it's back on the info center and on the back there's just lots of opportunities listed. So if you'd like to be a part of what we do, there's entry level things all the way up to not so entry level things that, And so we encourage you to check out the list, figure out what you want to do, sign up and be a part of it, and we'll be happy that you did. All right with that, we're gonna take about a 32nd break and then I've got about 15 minutes, 15 minutes to do a sermon. So this will be my shortest sermon ever. So go ahead and stand up, greet somebody and then we'll reset for the sermon 18 (1h 2m 24s): And 0 (1h 3m 18s): It will be 17 (1h 3m 42s): All righty. Come on back, come on back. We're going over our core values, those core values that the Ministry of Harvest Church kind of rolls forward on. So the first one is committed to the Lordship of Jesus Christ. The second one is confident in the Word of God. The third one is created to serve God and others. And the fourth one is called to love all people. So we're jumping right into number three. And so really we've kind of demonstrated what it means to be created to serve God and others. We just talked about all of the amazing ways in which people here are serving and just giving of their lives. 17 (1h 4m 26s): And really it's what we are created to do, We're created to serve God another's. Another, another, another way to say it is we are created for good works. My microphone sound sounds really hot right now. Is it hot? Thanks Steve. We are created for good works. The Bible in the old in the New Testament declared this to be true. Abraham declared his faith, demonstrated his faith in the good works that he accomplished. Rayhab the prostitute demonstrated her faith by her works. Noah, we can go through and list all of the patriarchs, the, the leaders in the Old Testament who demonstrated their faith with their works. 17 (1h 5m 13s): They proved that their faith was real by the things that they did. And the New Testament is true. Mary, Martha, Peter, Paul, John, Ringo, all of these guys, not Ringo, sorry, take that out. All of these people demonstrated their fa, Ringo. Is anybody missed that joke? Beatles? Think the Beatles. Okay, nevermind. We'll just let that one go. People, The old people got it. Thanks Mike. All of these people demonstrated their faith by their good works. Good place to start. Your good works is at home. 17 (1h 5m 54s): You thought I was gonna say church, didn't you? It's actually better to get it figured out at home. And then out of that overflow of that ex, that joyful experience of serving you get a chance to do it with others. So this guy, this story about this guy who he just, he was fed up with his marriage, wanted to divorce his wife and wanted to cause her as much pain as possible on his way out. And so he talked to a psychologist and this, he told the psychologist what he wanted to do. And so the psychologist said, Okay, do this. Go home and listen really, really well to your wife. Take her on romantic getaways, feed her breakfast in bed, write her love notes, read books with her, spend just a lot of time just in quality, quality time with your wife. 17 (1h 6m 47s): Do that for about two months, the psychologist said. And then at the end of two months, just pack up and go. She'll be devastated because of the change. And so the guy's like, ah, this is, I'm gonna do it. It's exactly what I'm gonna do. So he, he did all of the things the psychologist told him to do. She treated, he treated his wife like a goddess and fed her breakfast in bed and brought her flowers and sent flowers for no particular reason. Took her on romantic weekends, read books with her, spent time with her, and just did all of these amazing things. Well, at the end of two months, the psychologist calls the guy and says, Hey, have you done it? Are you happily unmarried? 17 (1h 7m 28s): Are you a bachelor again? Did you break it off with your wife? And he said, What? Are you crazy? She's a goddess. She's the best thing that's ever happened to me. I can't imagine this is the happiest I've ever been in my whole life. This is a great story, right? Like if we're struggling at home, we need to, instead of doing the opposite, the thing that we kind of feel like doing and kind of pulling away, shrinking back, getting quiet, what would happen if we just started serving each other? Like looking for ways we're created in Christ Jesus for good works? Why, why shouldn't that start at home where we have the best opportunity to love on our spouse, to love on our, our families, to love on our kids. 17 (1h 8m 17s): And then through all of that experience, get to see the beauty and the blessing of it, and to begin to do that with others that we come into contact with it. It's a great recipe for just an amazing home life if we will decide, I'm going to serve, start with your spouse, serve them, love them, treat them like royalty and watch what God will do to turn things all around. Some of you are doubting, just try it, right? And you can even tell your spouse, Listen, we're gonna try this out. It's gonna seem a little pushed or unnatural, but let's just try it out. And so maybe you say, Hey, let's just find one way, one way to serve each other. 17 (1h 8m 59s): And then, and they just surprise each other with that service. I, I promise you, I I promise you it'd be, it's gonna be so good for your marriage. Everything's gonna get better. You were, your communication will get better. Are there kids in the room? Your sex life is gonna get better. I'm serious. Like everything is gonna get better if you just humble yourself and begin to serve the people in your life beginning with your spouse if you have one. Ephesians two 10 says this, For we are his workmanship created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand that we should walk in then. 17 (1h 9m 41s): So God has given us purpose in the earth that we would be people who demonstrate the good works that God has created us for. So if you're a married person, those good works need to start at home. So don't be nice to everybody else but not your spouse. Start there and out of the abundance of that experience, you'll be able to love others and serve others. Hebrews 10 24 and 25 says this, And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together as the habit of some, but encouraging one another all the more. As you see the day drawing near, what is that day that the writer is talking about there? It's, he's talking about the day of the Lord, the day of the Lord's return. 17 (1h 10m 26s): It's the last day of this present church age. It's the beginning of the newness that will enjoy all throughout eternity. It's the, it's the return of Christ from heaven where he will raise the dead, where he will hold the final judgment and perfect his kingdom. So we know that we're all, if you're in Christ and well if you're, even if you're not in Christ, we're all headed to that day. And so if we keep that in mind and realize that we're actually created for purpose to do good works, and if we keep that end part in mind, we'll actually be more encouraged and motivated to do what God has called us to do because at one point we will give an account for our lives and an answer for the way that we've spent our time. 17 (1h 11m 11s): James two 14 through 17 says this, What, what good is it my brothers? If someone says he has faith but does not have works, can, can that faith save him? Can that kind of faith save him? In other words, the question is, is faith without works saving faith at all? Is faith apart from works? Is that saving faith at all? If, if a person states that he or she believes all of the right doctrines, but their life does not show obedience to Christ, what good is this type of faith? 17 (1h 11m 54s): The the answer which is implied? The question is, well, it's not good faith at all. It's not real genuine faith at all. Just like love without external work works is meaningless. It's like rain clouds that that give no rain. There's a proverb says Proverbs 25 14, like clouds and wind without rain is a, a man who boasts of a gift he does not give. It's like a promise without follow through. So, so his faith apart from works, it's actually worthless. So what a good works look like. 17 (1h 12m 34s): We can look in the old, in the New Testament and decide and figure out what good works look like. This is kind of what it looks like. It's what we are created to do. But back to James two 15, it says, If a brother or sister is poorly clothed and lacking in daily food and one of you says to them, go in peace, be warmed and filled without giving them the things needed for the body, what good is that? So also faith by itself, if it does not have works, is dead. So it's a one point message today. Point number one, our faith is meant to be evident in our daily lives. 17 (1h 13m 15s): It it's meant to be obvious to onlookers people within our sphere of influence. Our faith is to be obvious to those who know us. Why? Because we are known for our good works. We're demonstrating our faith by our good works. I love Matthews chapter 25 because it helps us understand how everything's going to wrap up at the end of time. In my Bible, this is titled The Final Judgment. Let me just read it. It says this, But when the son of man Jesus, when he comes in his glory and all the angels with him, then he will sit upon his glorious throne. All the nations will be gathered in his presence and he will separate the people as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats. 17 (1h 14m 2s): He will place the sheep on his right and the goats at his left. Then the king Jesus will say to those on his right, Come, come you who are blessed by my father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the creation of the world. For I was hungry and you fed me, I was thirsty and you gave me a drink. I was a stranger and you, you invited me into your home. I was naked and you gave me clothing, I was sick and you cared for me. I was in prison and you visited me. Then these righteous ones will reply, Lord, when? When did we ever see you hungry and feed you or thirsty and give you something to drink or a stranger and show you hospitality or naked and give you clothing? 17 (1h 14m 52s): When did we ever see you sick or in prison and visit you in the king Jesus? This will be his response. And the king will say, I tell you the truth, when you did it to one of the least of these my brothers and sisters, you are doing it to me. And so we've got this amazing opportunity and responsibility to serve others. And in our serving others, we're actually serving God. We're doing what God has created us to do. We are His workmanship created in Christ Jesus for good works. This is what you are here for. You are here for good works, to build up the kingdom, to let people know about Jesus and to serve in the kingdom work that God has called you to serve in. 17 (1h 15m 37s): This is exactly why you're here in the earth. When God is done using you in this way in the earth, he will take you home. So if you're warming a seat and have a pulse, you've got purpose. So what is your purpose? What is your purpose? What has God called you to do? The verse goes on, the chapter goes on verse 41, then the king will turn to those on the left and say, away with you, you cursed ones into the eternal fire prepared for the devil. And as demons, for I was hungry and you didn't feed me, I was thirsty, and you didn't give me a drink, I was a stranger, and you didn't invite me into your home. 17 (1h 16m 23s): I was naked and you, you didn't give me clothing. I was sick and in prison, and you didn't visit me. Then they will reply, Lord, when in when did we ever see you hungry or thirsty or stranger or naked or sick or in prison and not help you? And he will answer. I tell you the truth, when you refused, when you refused to help the least of these, my brothers and sisters, you were refusing to help me. And they will go away into eternal punishment. But the righteous will go into eternal life. 17 (1h 17m 6s): And the only difference between the sheep and the goats is what they did and didn't do. So we're saved by grace through faith. We prove that we've actually been saved by grace through faith in the way that we live our lives. We've got three orange trees on our property and they're all three planted. And they're all three these, There's amazing three different types of oranges, one's like little cuties and a couple different types of oranges. And they're just so good. 17 (1h 17m 46s): So you go around and pick 'em up and eat 'em and just eating all kinds of beautiful stuff in the garden. You know, I've never actually seen those trees stressed out. Like I've never seen 'em like doing this, trying to push out the fruit. It's like they're never like, we've planted a tree recently. What's it called? Acher Moya. I'll never get that. I'll never remember what that tree is called. It's acher Moya tree. And we're, we've planted it in another part of the garden and we've got it on drip system in good soil, it's planted where it needs to be with a little bit of shade, little bit of sun. And that tree, because of where it's been planted, we'll just naturally produce fruit in, in time. 17 (1h 18m 32s): It will naturally produce fruit. So when you and I are abiding in Christ, when we're planted in Christ, when we're connected to the vine, we will naturally produce fruit. And so the, the natural part of it is that a part of abi abiding in Christ is just listening to him throughout the day, opening up the word of God and allowing it to speak to you. Just being filled with the Holy Spirit. And then the natural overflow of that kind of life will be fruitful. Fruit, The spirit of his love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. And then in the scripture, we see all kinds of ways that we've been gifted to use our talents within the kingdom so that we can be fruitful, so that we can demonstrate what we believe by the way that we live. 17 (1h 19m 23s): If we don't demonstrate what we believe by the way that we live, chances are we actually aren't saved in the kingdom. If there's been no transformation, no sanctification, no real life change and fruitfulness, then we just need to ask ourselves what has happened. A good tree can't actually produce bad fruit in a bad tree can actually produce good fruit. So a good tree will produce good fruit. A bad tree will produce bad fruit or no fruit. So where are we today as followers of the Lord Jesus Christ? 17 (1h 20m 5s): Some of us been like brand new in the faith. Others have been doing this for decades and decades and decades. And we're always called to be fruitful as followers of the Lord Jesus Christ. Your your life will change and your fruit will look different. But you are always called to be fruitful. I was talking with this gal, Granny Frida Moroni Fria, when we planted the church, we'd do these potlucks and she would make spam cobbler. Bear had spam cobbler. No, you haven't missed anything. So Fria grew up and was super poor during the depression and she, she loved her spam cobbler. 17 (1h 20m 45s): So if for every potluck she'd bring spam cobbler, and so poor Fria got, she just kept getting older and older and older. And she's like, Why isn't the Lord taking me home? And so she got put into a home and I'd go visit Fria. And she would ask me that question, Why is the Lord not letting me go home? And I say, It's because you still have work to do. God has given you life so that you can pray for people so that you can love people in this home that you are in. But so don't waste. Don't miss out on what you are here to do, but pray for your family. Pray for your loved ones, and pray for the nursing staff here at this hospital. 17 (1h 21m 29s): And when the Lord's ready, he will come take you home. And then after years, I, I can't remember how old she was, but she was like in her nineties and just she was. And then finally she passed and we were able to celebrate her life. So part of the beauty of being a believer in Christ is that we die and then we get to celebrate what God has done in that person's life. And we Bible says we don't grieve like those without hope, but we have a sense of appreciation for this life and for what is waiting for us. On the other side, you are created in Christ Jesus for good works. 17 (1h 22m 10s): You're created to serve God and others. What does that mean to you guys? I just kinda open it up a little bit here. What does it mean that you're created to serve God and others? And then with the refreshing of this information, maybe the first time you're hearing it, what is it gonna do to change your life? Who wants to go first? I can't call you. I can. Who should I call on? You guys are scared to death right now. Aren't you all in the back? Speak loud so we can hear you. You. 17 (1h 22m 52s): That's amazing. Yeah. Yeah. Someone said in first service that if you can get through your day and not only think about yourself, but think about others and how you might serve and bless others, that that's just an amazing way to be fruitful. Just be mindful of others' needs and be thoughtful of others' needs and be prayerful about others' needs and watch what God will do. Mikey, 20 (1h 23m 18s): I think serving is another way to die to 17 (1h 23m 20s): Yourself. Ah. Serving is another way of dying to yourself. 20 (1h 23m 24s): So the more we do that, the more we build with this joy. Especially if you're not feeling joyful. 17 (1h 23m 29s): Yeah. 20 (1h 23m 30s): And it's just a good way to just serve, but also that prayer is not an undervalued way to serve people 17 (1h 23m 37s): As well. Yeah. Prayer is not an undervalued way to serve people. Yeah. So I 20 (1h 23m 42s): Think a lot harder on, it's harder for me to serve people and loving people face to face right now, but it's a lot easier for me to do. So I think that I was feeling adequate in that part. That you confirm that it's not 17 (1h 23m 54s): Inadequate. Yeah, it's not. It's not. It's powerful when we can pray for people. I'm driving down the road sometimes and I'll feel like the Lord put it on my heart to pray for someone. And I just pray. I pray for their whole clan. I pray for everybody they touch. We get saying, I just, I just believe for great things because I feel like if Lord called me to pray for them, and then I'm gonna pray for big stuff. Richard Harrison, what do you think? You wanna talk or should I talk to Kathy? You can talk to, All right. Kathy, what do you think? What does that message mean to you 21 (1h 24m 22s): About serving others? 17 (1h 24m 24s): Yeah. 21 (1h 24m 25s): Well, I think that you have to be close with the Lord to know which direction he's gonna 17 (1h 24m 29s): Take you. Okay. So you have to be close to the Lord to know what direction he's gonna take you. I love, I love it. True. 21 (1h 24m 34s): And I think that once he leads you, that he opens the door, like with us in counseling, you know, we, we've been doing this for over 20 years. Yeah. He just said, Lord, you could stop us at any time. We don't advertise. God just keeps bringing, hurting people to us. So it's being available, it's caring, and it's giving them the Lord when you counsel them. Just not advice. 17 (1h 24m 59s): Ah, good, good, good, good. So these guys did pastoral ministry for years and then God moved them into marriage ministry. And so now they're ministering to couples who are in trouble and, and others, but they're just doing a wonderful job giving people hope through Jesus Christ. So it can look in a thousand different ways. What is God calling you to do with that? Let's go ahead and stand up, and we're gonna invite the worship team forward, and the next week we'll get to our last core value. Thank you Lord for who you are. Thank you Lord, for the opportunity to worship you and to honor you with our words, our thoughts, and our deeds. And so, Lord, awaken us to areas that we're maybe not even thinking of, ways that we might be able to serve you, encourage, and serve and love people. 17 (1h 25m 45s): So, Lord, you've called us to good work. Show us what that looks like in our personal lives. We love you. In Jesus name. Amen. Amen. Let's worship 0 (1h 26m 4s): The So Made, made, made the, and there is 1 (1h 29m 22s): So, Make me a vessel, Make me an offering. Make me whatever you want me with all you. New wine, 22 (1h 30m 2s): Lord. Daughters, our prayer this morning that you'd fill us and then you'd use us even in a new way. Thank you for your word this morning. Thank you, Holy Spirit, for leading us, being here with us. We praise you in Jesus name. Amen.

Inner Voice - Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan
E272 - Inner Voice - A Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan Zeine and John Voris about your driving power

Inner Voice - Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 48:35


E272 – Inner Voice – a Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan. In this episode, Dr. Foojan Chats with John Voris. John is a philosopher, writer, and psychological researcher. He educates us about the things that make us tick, the roots that make for success or failure in our work, relationships, and personal well-being. John earned his degree from the University of California in Philosophy. "Discover the Power That Drives Your Personality" results from over 20 years of application and another 15 years of research. By applying European discoveries to field applications involving hundreds of sales prospects, John invented a groundbreaking approach to personal inquiry that revealed a person's life motivation and authentic design far beyond sales. He discovered that our drive for Happiness, Meaning, Purpose, and Harmony manifests the hidden power beneath our observed personality. www.johnvoris.com Check out my website: www.foojanzeine.com    Remember to Subscribe, Listen, Review, Share! Find me on these sites:   *iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/i...)   *Google Play (https://play.google.com/music/m/Inpl5...)   *Stitcher (https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=185544...)   *YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/DrFoojanZeine )     Platforms to Like and Follow:   *Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/DrFoojanZeine/)   *Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/Dr.FoojanZe...)   *Twitter (https://www.twitter.com/DrZeine/)   *LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/DrFoojanZ...)   

A Bookish Home
Ep. 119: Elly Swartz on Writing Heartfelt Stories for Tweens with Mental Health Themes

A Bookish Home

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 30:42


Today my guest is Elly Swartz, author of the new middle grade novel, Dear Student, about a girl with social anxiety who becomes the secret voice of her middle school's advice column.  

C**t Talk
EP232 Lindsey & Sugar's Experience at Burning Man 2022 Part I

C**t Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 33:15


Be a fly on the wall of Lindsey & Madison (A.K.A. Sugar)'s Burning Man Experience!! For those of you who don't know what Burning Man is, it's a festival described as "an annual event in Nevada's Black Rock Desert, where people gather for around nine days to celebrate artistic self-expression and the building of a community intended to be temporarily self-sufficient. It's popularly thought of as a surreal counterculture party in the desert."This year was Madison's FIRST time (she popped that cherry like an f'ing pro) and it was also the first 'burn' since the covid pandemic. So people were ready to escape, transform and come together in community. And just to show the varied experiences of what a Pleasure Positive Life can look like... while Linds & Mads were in the desert, Katie was sending her first baby off to pre-school! Heartfelt and also transformational. Stay tuned for PART 2 next week!Stay Connected with Clit Talk:Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/clittalkshow/   - @clittalkshow Download our free audio training CLIT TALK CLIFF NOTES: The Ultimate NO BS Guide to Self Pleasure & Sexual Intimacy

95bFM
Fukumodo's Crate: Wednesday October 5, 2022

95bFM

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022


Episode 20: The Music You Can Vogue To Affair Fukumodo watched Paris Is Burning again and has compiled a list of songs used within the vogue/ballroom scene - from Old Way Vogue to Today. The third nomination for Cuck of the Year is delivered and spoooky horoscopes are delivered. Outsider Music showcased Jack Goldstein, noted by himself for being "Heartfelt, High Carb, Hyperpop/Emo".

Inner Voice - Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan
E271 -InnerVoice -A Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan Zeine and Jennifer Fraser about The Bullied Brain

Inner Voice - Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 52:14


E271 – Inner Voice – a Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan. In this episode, Dr. Foojan Chats with Jennifer Fraser, a best-selling author, and an award-winning educator. She has a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature. Her online courses and workshops provide dynamic lessons on the impact neuroscience has on personal development and culture change. Her previous book, Teaching Bullies: Zero Tolerance on the Court or in the Classroom, explores what happens when the bully is a teacher or coach. We will be talking about her new book, The Bullied Brain: Heal Your Scars and Restore Your Health, which delves into how bullying affects the brain and how the brain can heal. Learn more at www.bulliedbrain.com Check out my website: www.foojanzeine.com Remember to Subscribe, Listen, Review, and Share! Find me on these sites: *iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/i...) *Google Play (https://play.google.com/music/m/Inpl5...) *Stitcher (https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=185544...) *YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/DrFoojanZeine ) Platforms to Like and Follow: *Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/DrFoojanZeine/) *Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/Dr.FoojanZe...) *Twitter (https://www.twitter.com/DrZeine/) *LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/DrFoojanZ...)

Jiffs with Mims
My Heartfelt Cry

Jiffs with Mims

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 7:32


A prayer from a child to his/her Father. A cry from our hearts to our Father. I hope these words stir up worship in your hearts and lead you back to the feet of our Lord.

Conference Talk
S3E24: Our Heartfelt All

Conference Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 29:54


Join in on this FINAL episode of the season covering the last 6 months between April 2022 and October 2022 General Conferences of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. This final episode of the season is with Meg Tilton & Kevin Stanfill as they discuss Elder Uchtdorf's talk, "Our Heartfelt All" .

Such Sweet Thunder Meditation Podcast.
Heartfelt Awareness Of The Body. A Guided Meditation.

Such Sweet Thunder Meditation Podcast.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 25:57


Here I offer a meditation where we are invited to bring into awareness a memory or experience which opens our heart. We then are invited to bring that open hearted warmth to our entire body and sounds. Meditation can be challenging at times. Occasionally we may experience things which surprise as a result. If you have any questions or concerns in regards to this, or other meditation practices, please feel free to message me through my website: www.suchsweetthunder.org I have been practicing meditation for 36 years and has been successfully teaching meditation worldwide since 2009, giving talks, facilitating retreats, and have authored two books. I have received formal training in Theravada, Mahayana (Tibetan, Zen,) and Vedanta meditation techniques as well as Trauma Sensitive Mindfulness, MBSR, Nonviolent Communication, and Buddhist Psychology. I teach from a secular voice and I am passionate about bringing timeless wisdom teachings to people of any faith, belief system, or tradition. If you find these podcasts helpful please consider making a donation: PayPal.me/suchsweetthunder

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

If we want the Savior to lift us heavenward, then our commitment to Him and His gospel can't be casual or occasional.

LDS Fishers of Men
Mid - Week Spiritual Boost 29 Our Heartfelt All Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf

LDS Fishers of Men

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 14:15


Hold to the Rod! iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lds-fishers-of-men/id1607875415 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3EBd9aMSwgO1JrSKN75AEJ iHeart: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-lds-fishers-of-men-92275180/ SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-53623457 Rumble: https://rumble.com/user/LDSFishersofMenPodcast Music: https://www.bensound.com While I am a member in good standing of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, the views expressed in my videos are my own and do not officially represent the Church. If there is ever a conflict, the Brethren and the keys are right and I am wrong.

Inner Voice - Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan
E270- InnerVoice - Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan Zeine and Ana Gabriel Mann about Go-Giver Marriage

Inner Voice - Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 51:24


E270 – Inner Voice – a Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan. In this episode, Dr. Foojan Chats with ANA GABRIEL MANN, a psychotherapist working with adults and families. She also is a dance movement therapist. In addition to her work in family therapy and 5 Secrets marriage coaching, she has been clinical director of a support program for people with Alzheimer's disease, co-founded New England's first college of Chinese medicine, and worked as a corporate consultant, speaker, trainer, and business coach. She is the creator and lead facilitator of the Go-Giver Marriage Coaches training program. She has co-authored their latest book with her husband, John David Mann, a New York Times and national bestsellers author. She has won the 2017 living Now Book Awarded Evergreen Medal for its “contributions to positive global change.” We will discuss their latest book – The Go-Giver Marriage – the Little Story About the 5 Secrets to Lasting Love. www.gogivermarriage.com  Check out my website: www.foojanzeine.com    Remember to Subscribe, Listen, Review, and Share! Find me on these sites:   *iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/i...)   *Google Play (https://play.google.com/music/m/Inpl5...)   *Stitcher (https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=185544...)   *YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/DrFoojanZeine )     Platforms to Like and Follow:   *Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/DrFoojanZeine/)   *Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/Dr.FoojanZe...)   *Twitter (https://www.twitter.com/DrZeine/)   *LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/DrFoojanZ...) 

Dr. Joel Beeke on SermonAudio
Peter's Heartfelt Confession of Faith in Christ

Dr. Joel Beeke on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 99:00


A new MP3 sermon from Heritage Reformed Congregation is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Peter's Heartfelt Confession of Faith in Christ Subtitle: Series on Mark Speaker: Dr. Joel Beeke Broadcaster: Heritage Reformed Congregation Event: Sunday - AM Date: 9/25/2022 Bible: Mark 8:27-30; Matthew 16:15-16 Length: 99 min.

Heritage Reformed Congregation
Peter's Heartfelt Confession of Faith in Christ

Heritage Reformed Congregation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 86:00


-1- As an immediate answer to Christ's personal question- -2- As an inevitable result of the Father's personal revelation- -3- As an indispensable requirement for personal salvation in Christ.

Raise To Rise with Mital
A Heartfelt Gratitude To All Stay-At-Home Parents

Raise To Rise with Mital

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 13:10


Being a stay-at-home parent is not an easy job; you are raising your children to be the best leaders of tomorrow and to be the best versions of themselves. Some stay-at-home parents underestimate their own abilities. Just because you aren't making money doesn't mean the worth of your efforts is any less. In fact, you choose a role that money cannot even replace. In today's episode, we dedicate this to all parents who are staying at home to nurture their children. This is a reminder for you that your role is the hardest thing to do. So if you are a stay-at-home parent, this episode is for you!   Visit risewithmital.com for full show notes. For more conscious parenting tips:  Follow me on Instagram@risewithmital  Download my FREE Parenting Journal.

COD York Sermons
Romans | A Heartfelt Hello

COD York Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 40:54


We conclude the second of our intro series setting up the book of Romans looking at Pauls introduction to the letter.

The Forever Woman Podcast - Matthew Coast
How Can You Get Past Him Saying He's Not Good With Commitment But A Heartfelt Connection Is Felt By Both?

The Forever Woman Podcast - Matthew Coast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 5:44


How Can You Get Past Him Saying He's Not Good With Commitment But A Heartfelt Connection Is Felt By Both? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/matthew-coast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/matthew-coast/support

Inner Voice - Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan
E269- Inner Voice - A Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan Zeine and Minda Zetlin about self care in life.

Inner Voice - Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 53:42


E269 – Inner Voice – a Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan. In this episode, Dr. Foojan Chats with MINDA ZETLIN is the author of Career Self-Care and writes the highly popular “Laid-Back Leader” column for Inc.com. Her articles and workshops offer research-backed advice to help ambitious people get the most out of their careers and their lives. Additionally, she is the author or coauthor of several books, most recently The Geek Gap. A former president of the American Society of Journalists and Authors (ASJA), she lives in Snohomish, Washington. More information at www.MindaZetlin.com. We talked about what self-care means and how to develop it in your everyday life. Check out my website: www.foojanzeine.com Remember to Subscribe, Listen, Review, and Share! Find me on these sites: *iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/i...) *Google Play (https://play.google.com/music/m/Inpl5...) *Stitcher (https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=185544...) *YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/DrFoojanZeine ) Platforms to Like and Follow: *Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/DrFoojanZeine/) *Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/Dr.FoojanZe...) *Twitter (https://www.twitter.com/DrZeine/) *LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/DrFoojanZ...)

The Dungeon Run Podcast
The Dungeon Rush! | C2, Episode 7 | Into the Darkwood

The Dungeon Run Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 14:20


Voracious gnolls! Heartfelt revelations! Mysterious visions! Giant wasps! All packed into less than 15 minutes?? It's a new edition of The Dungeon Rush! The party is caught between a rock and a hard place as they fight for their survival against vicious gnolls while floating down an icy river! Can they escape with their newfound allies long enough to reach the Ursakka encampment in the Darkwood? And what could possibly be afflicting this forest that makes it in need of such help? Mysteries and revelations abound!

GRIT to GREATNESS
Ep 55: Let Love Lead, Hayli Maloney

GRIT to GREATNESS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 25:35


Hayli joins us to EMPOWER US with some Powerful, Heartfelt, and Emotional knowledge she has gained through troubling times. She tells us how she is HEALING, and how we can learn to heal in our journey. This is an episode that you may want to SHARE with family and/or friends that are struggling mentally and emotionally. Some of her IMPACTFUL COMMENTS include: Sometimes we feel that Fear outweighs Love, but she calls on us to LET LOVE LEAD! WHY does GOD allow Suffering? The IMPORTANCE OF BOUNDARIES FEAR is a tool, but NOT THE TOOL We often create BOXES that we put our emotions and feelings into MAKE DECISIONS ALIGNED WITH WHO YOU ARE DO NOT TRY TO BE THE "PERFECT" YOU BE AUTHENTIC CONTINUE TO LEARN AND GROW, DO NOT STAY STAGNANT GOD GIVES US THE TOOLS TO OVERCOME Find her at: https://www.etsy.com/shop/madeswithlovellc

First Bite: A Speech Therapy Podcast
200: Insightful and Heartfelt Tips from an AAC Sibling

First Bite: A Speech Therapy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 67:05 Very Popular


Guest: Rylee Klocow, MS, CF-SLP - This episode is an incredibly intimate project that holds deep personal meaning for all of us. However, it is especially powerful for Rylee, as she is the younger sister of an augmentative and alternative communication user. If you have ever wondered about the role of a caregiver in acquiring and successfully utilizing an AAC device, then this is for you. We will discuss the role of the caregivers, common barriers to utilization, and current evidence-based strategies that will open the door for functional and meaningful communication for the little ones we are called to serve.

Inner Voice - Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan
E268 - InnerVoice - A Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan Zeine & Dr. Walt Karniski about ADHD

Inner Voice - Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 66:32


E268 – Inner Voice – a Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan. In this episode, Dr. Foojan Chats with Walt Karniski, MD a developmental pediatrician, trained at Boston Children's Hospital. He was director of the Division of Developmental Pediatrics at the University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida, for fifteen years. He then opened a private practice and for twenty years, evaluated and treated children with ADHD, autism, anxiety, learning disabilities, and other developmental difficulties. During that time, he developed and operated three private schools for children with ADHD, anxiety, and learning disabilities. Over the forty years, he has been practicing, he has evaluated and treated close to ten thousand children, conducted numerous studies of brain activity in children, and has been director of a child abuse program and a program for enhancing development in children born prematurely. Dr. Karniski approaches each child as a unique individual, with distinctive strengths and weaknesses, where the diagnosis does not matter as much as understanding the specific needs of that child. His new book is ADHD Medication: Does It Work and Is It Safe? (Roman & Littlefield, May 15, 2022). Learn more at: adhdmedicationbook.com Check out my website: www.foojanzeine.com Remember to Subscribe, Listen, Review, Share! Find me on these sites: *iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/i...) *Google Play (https://play.google.com/music/m/Inpl5...) *Stitcher (https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=185544...) *YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/DrFoojanZeine ) Platforms to Like and Follow: *Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/DrFoojanZeine/) *Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/Dr.FoojanZe...) *Twitter (https://www.twitter.com/DrZeine/) *LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/DrFoojanZ...)

The Gifted Life: Organ, Tissue and Eye Donation Podcast

Show Notes: The organ transplant recovery process is a crucial time for recipients. Denise Redeker with Heartfelt Help Foundation joins us to share her experience following a heart transplant, and the importance of clean, safe and accessible temporary housing during transplant rehabilitation. Hear how the foundation works to alleviate what is often a financial burden for heart transplant candidates, patients, and their families. In our mental health moment we define doom scrolling, offer tips for recognizing the behavior and how to curb it when scrolling online, and then we honor hero, Carl Miller.

The Daily Smile
Wondery Presents: Fed Up

The Daily Smile

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 4:26


When Emily Gellis hears rumors of people suffering horrible side effects from a trendy diet she springs into action. Armed with over a hundred thousand Instagram followers, Emily launches a social media crusade to expose F-Factor and its founder, Tanya Zuckerbrot. It's the start of a feud that will attract trolls, lawyers, and, eventually, national media all because of fiber. From Wondery, this is a story about wealth, wellness, and influence narrated by Casey Wilson.Listen to Fed Up: wondery.fm/TDS_FedUpSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.