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Planes, Trains and Comic Books
Swamp Thing #110 (Any Deadly Thing)

Planes, Trains and Comic Books

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 34:42


A new SWAMP THING creative team debuts with the chilling tale of the mad priest called Father Tocsin, who has come to Houma to "test" his followers with a fatal poison. But when Tocsin indoctrinates one of his friends, Swamp Thing must stop the killings before they spread too far. Support us at: https://www.patreon.com/PlanesTrainsandComicBooks Follow us on social media: https://linktr.ee/planestrainsandcomicbooks

Louisiana Considered Podcast
From our Coastal Desk: how to have a fun and sustainable Halloween in Louisiana

Louisiana Considered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 24:29


Today on Louisiana Considered, our coastal desk brings you a special episode all about how to celebrate Halloween sustainably!  One of the main challenges of Halloween is figuring out what to do with your leftover costume. Thankfully, the New Orleans nonprofit RicRack Inc. is finding creative solutions for clothing scraps of all kinds. WWNO's Halle Parker spoke with RicRack's Executive Director Liz Freeman Kelly and Resale Store Manager Christina Solis to learn how to reduce, reuse, and recycle your costume.  Earlier this month, Houma celebrated Rougarou Fest, a Cajun Halloween celebration that explores spooky Southern folklore and is named for a mythical bayou creature. But this year, the fest doesn't just spotlight the bewitching and scary – the Coastal Desk's Kezia Setyawan reports there's an environmental mission as well.  Most people are very familiar with “trick or treating,” but it turns out the Halloween tradition can also offer important information about neighborhood safety. New Orleans Metro Reporter Carly Berlin spoke with  Matt Rufo - an urban planner and Board of Zoning adjustments commissioner in New Orleans – to learn more about the process known as “the trick or treat test.” Today's special episode of Louisiana Considered was hosted by the Coastal Desk's Halle Parker. It was produced by Alana Schreiber and Patrick Madden. Our digital editor is Katelyn Umholtz and our engineers are Garrett Pittman, Aubry Procell, and Thomas Walsh.  You can listen to Louisiana Considered Monday through Friday at 12:00 and 7:30 pm. It's available on Spotify, Google Play, and wherever you get your podcasts.  Louisiana Considered wants to hear from you! Please fill out our pitch line to let us know what kinds of story ideas you have for our show. And while you're at it, fill out our listener survey! We want to keep bringing you the kinds of conversations you'd like to listen to. Louisiana Considered is made possible with support from our listeners. Thank you!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

In All Things
Episode 49: Hurricane relief, small church ministry with Bill Crawford

In All Things

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 31:05


Dean Weaver, EPC Stated Clerk, welcomes Bill Crawford, Pastor of the First Presbyterian churches in Thibodaux and Houma, Louisiana. The two discuss Crawford's call to small church ministry and his 21 years in south Louisiana, including some of the challenges and opportunities for the small church. Crawford also describes his experience with disaster relief beginning with back-to-back hurricanes in 2001, Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Hurricane Ida in 2021, and how he brought that experience to Fort Myers, Florida, following Hurricane Ian in September 2022. Weaver also shares how listeners can contribute to relief efforts by donating to the EPC's Emergency Relief Fund at www.epc.org/emergencyrelief.

The Path Went Chilly
AJ Breaux Pt. Two

The Path Went Chilly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 62:10


August 28, 1991. Houma, Louisiana. 50-year old A.J. Breaux leaves an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting at the local Easy Does It Club, but never returns home. Two days later, A.J.'s abandoned car is found in a park across the street from the club and many of his possessions are still inside. That very same day, multiple eyewitnesses report seeing A.J. with three unidentified men in a red compact car, and the case would feature more strange developments, including an anonymous note stating that A.J. committed suicide after falling off the wagon. Did A.J. Breaux become a victim of foul play? If so, who could have been responsible? We explore these questions as we cover a baffling missing persons case on this week's episode of “The Path Went Chilly”.Additional Reading:https://unsolved.com/gallery/aj-breaux/http://charleyproject.org/case/adam-john-breauxhttps://www.dailycomet.com/news/20170827/daughters-seek-answers-26-years-after-fathers-disappearancehttp://www.houmatoday.com/article/DA/20040829/news/608098402/HC/http://www.houmatoday.com/article/DA/20080113/News/608099994/HC/http://www.houmatoday.com/article/DA/20140201/News/608074403/HC/

Louisiana Considered Podcast
How the Spanish Colonial period preserved Louisiana's French language and culture

Louisiana Considered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 22:22


Midterm elections are fast approaching and early voting is just around the corner. The Times Picayune | New Orleans Advocate's editorial page director and columnist, Stephanie Grace, joins us to break down the ballot and tell us what elections to pay attention to.  After two pandemic- and hurricane- related cancellations, Houma's spookiest event returns in late October with the goal to raise awareness for Louisiana's disappearing coast. WWNO's coastal reporter Kezia Setyawan tells us how the upcoming Rougarou will celebrate Cajun folklore while advocating for coastal restoration.  While Louisiana is often closely associated with France due to its large French-speaking population and Acadian influence, the area was once a Spanish Colony in the late 18th to early 19th century. Managing Producer Alana Schreiber speaks with Alfred Lemmon of The Historic New Orleans Collection to learn how their new exhibit, “Spanish New Orleans and the Caribbean,” uncovers the lasting legacy of this reign. Today's episode of Louisiana Considered was hosted by Patrick Madden. Our managing producer is Alana Schreiber and our digital editor is Katelyn Umholtz. Our engineers are Garrett Pittman, Aubry Procell, and Thomas Walsh.  You can listen to Louisiana Considered Monday through Friday at 12:00 and 7:30 pm. It's available on Spotify, Google Play, and wherever you get your podcasts.  Louisiana Considered wants to hear from you! Please fill out our pitch line to let us know what kinds of story ideas you have for our show. And while you're at it, fill out our listener survey! We want to keep bringing you the kinds of conversations you'd like to listen to. Louisiana Considered is made possible with support from our listeners. Thank you!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Path Went Chilly
AJ Breaux PT. One

The Path Went Chilly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 56:30


August 28, 1991. Houma, Louisiana. 50-year old A.J. Breaux leaves an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting at the local Easy Does It Club, but never returns home. Two days later, A.J.'s abandoned car is found in a park across the street from the club and many of his possessions are still inside. That very same day, multiple eyewitnesses report seeing A.J. with three unidentified men in a red compact car, and the case would feature more strange developments, including an anonymous note stating that A.J. committed suicide after falling off the wagon. Did A.J. Breaux become a victim of foul play? If so, who could have been responsible? We explore these questions as we cover a baffling missing persons case on this week's episode of “The Path Went Chilly”.Additional Reading:https://unsolved.com/gallery/aj-breaux/http://charleyproject.org/case/adam-john-breauxhttps://www.dailycomet.com/news/20170827/daughters-seek-answers-26-years-after-fathers-disappearancehttp://www.houmatoday.com/article/DA/20040829/news/608098402/HC/http://www.houmatoday.com/article/DA/20080113/News/608099994/HC/http://www.houmatoday.com/article/DA/20140201/News/608074403/HC/

The 'X' Zone Radio Show
Rob McConnell Interviews - MARY WEBB - The Summer of Superheroes and the Making of Iron Boy

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 41:26


Mary Webb is a former newspaper reporter and current high school English teacher, who lives in Patterson, LA. Mary Webb has written for The San Antonio Express-News, The (New Orleans) Times-Picayune, The (Monroe, LA) News-Star, The (Memphis) Commercial Appeal, The Associated Press' Denver Bureau, The (Houma, LA) Courier, and The Denton Record-Chronicle. Currently, she teaches English and Speech at Westgate High School in Iberia Parish. Previously, she also taught English I at Patterson High School in St. Mary Parish, as well as in Morgan City, LA and in Dallas, TX. She lives in Patterson, LA with her husband Corwin and their two children, Quentin and Jory, the subjects of The Summer of Superheroes and the Making of Iron Boy. This is her first published novel. Mary is a graduate of Xavier University of Louisiana where she received a bachelor of arts in Mass Communication with a concentration in print journalism. - www.createspace.com/3458326******************************************************************To listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv*** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com ******************************************************************

American Conservative University
The Reality of Near-Death Experiences and their After Effects. Dr. Jeffrey Long. ACU Sunday Series.

American Conservative University

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 26:03


The Reality of Near-Death Experiences and their After Effects. Dr. Jeffrey Long. ACU Sunday Series.   The New York Academy of Sciences - June 22, 2010 Shifting Realities: Myths, Models & Morality Life, Death & the Pursuit of Morality Jeffrey Long, MD The Reality of Near-Death Experiences and their Aftereffects How does our understanding of the concepts of life and death affect our moral sensibility, decisions, and actions? This symposium engages scientific and humanistic focus upon the ways in which human finitude can, and perhaps should, impact moral character. For more information about the symposium, visit: http://www.nourfoundation.com/life-de... Watch this presentation at- https://youtu.be/DIqKTE6jNmQ The Reality of Near-Death Experiences and their Aftereffects - Jeffrey Long NourFoundation 37.9K subscribers About Jeffrey Long MD A nationally recognized expert whose work has been featured in Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, and Coast to Coast, Jeffrey Long, MD, is a radiation oncologist in Houma, Louisiana. Long has served on the board of directors of The International Association for Near-Death Studies and is actively involved in NDE research. Dr. Long and his wife, Jody, established the nonprofit Near Death Experience Research Foundation and a website as a forum for people to share their NDEs and to collect scientific data on this phenomenon.   Evidence of the Afterlife: The Science of Near-Death Experiences by Jeffrey Long “There is currently more scientific evidence to the reality of near death experience (NDE) than there is for how to effectively treat certain forms of cancer,” states radiation oncologist Dr. Jeffrey Long is his groundbreaking new book Evidence of the Afterlife. In 1998 Dr. Long and his wife, Jody, began the Near Death Experience Research Foundation with the goal of creating a forum for near death “experiencers” to share their stories. Grounded in first-hand evidence culled from over 1,600 verified NDE accounts, Evidence of the Afterlife presents the strongest argument yet for the underlying truth of those who have died and returned to share their tales. Purchase the book at- https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0032JQ7D0/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vapi_tkin_p1_i0

Louisiana Considered Podcast
From our coastal desk, a look at the indigenous communities who call Louisiana home

Louisiana Considered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 24:29


The Houma language was spoken on the land that would become Louisiana before it was colonized. In 2013, the Houma Language Project  was established to help revitalize the indigenous tongue and encourage speaking among younger tribal members by offering internships. WWNO's Kezia Setyawan spoke with Jace Naquin, one of those interns.  Like many tribes across Louisiana, the Pointe-au-Chien Indian Tribe built earthen mounds all over their land in south Terrebonne Parish. Those historic mounds are now at risk of slipping away as the state's coast rapidly erodes. Still, the tribe is doing all it can to protect them, which includes turning to the power of oyster reefs to curb the land loss. The Coastal Desk's Halle Parker has the story. In August, Devon Parfait officially took oath as Chief of the Grand Caillou/Dulac Band of Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw Tribe in South Louisiana. He recently graduated from Williams College in Massachusetts and currently works as a Coastal Resilience Analyst for the Environmental Defense Fund. He sat down with Kezia Setyawan to talk about growing into his new role as Chief. Today's special episode of Louisiana Considered was hosted by Carly Berlin, a reporter on our Coastal Desk. It was produced by Patrick Madden and Alana Schreiber, and our digital editor is Katelyn Umholtz. Our engineers are Garrett Pittman, Aubry Procell, and Thomas Walsh.  You can listen to Louisiana Considered Monday through Friday at 12:00 and 7:30 pm. It's available on Spotify, Google Play, and wherever you get your podcasts.  Louisiana Considered wants to hear from you! Please fill out our pitch line to let us know what kinds of story ideas you have for our show. And while you're at it, fill out our listener survey! We want to keep bringing you the kinds of conversations you'd like to listen to. Louisiana Considered is made possible with support from our listeners. Thank you!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

BrosWhoThink Network
BWT Podcast Episode 248.5 w/ special guest Omar Pecantte

BrosWhoThink Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 58:18


Welcome to a very special episode of the BrosWhoThink Podcast. In this episode, Lyn sits down with the CEO and Owner of Greenleaf Dispensary Omar Pecantte. The two discuss the Louisiana medical cannabis industry, what makes his company special, why medical marijuana is so important, opiates vs cannabis, and much more. Also, Lil Reg and Lyn talk about some sports from Ime Udoka to Robert Sarver as well as they give their NFL winners for the week. We hope you enjoy the episode! Find Greenleaf @ Website: https://greenleaf-dispensary.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/greenleafdispensary1 Phone Number: (985) 360-3372 Address: 6048 W. Park Ave., Houma, LA, United States, Louisiana Follow BrosWhoThink @ Twitter: twitter.com/broswhothink

Timesuck with Dan Cummins
313 - The Bayou Strangler - Serial Killer Ronald Dominique

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 148:39 Very Popular


Ronald Dominique confessed to raping and murdering 23 boys and men between the ages of 16 and 46 between 1997 and 2006 across six Louisiana parishes. When he was caught, investigators were shocked by... how harmless and unintelligent he seemed. How did THIS guy do what he did for so long?  In part, he was able to do what he did because he targeted the poorest members of one of the poorest area of the nation. Law enforcement where and when he was killing didn't have much of a budget to dedicate enough resources to finding him, and also, the people he killed weren't people, typically, who kept regular social schedules. Police had a hard time, over and over, figuring out exactly where victims had been right before the died. Ronald was NOT a criminal mastermind. Not be a long stretch. He just figured out a simple con to get guys to tie themselves up so he could do what he wanted to do to them, and he got away with it because those guys typically lived high risk lifestyles in an area full of hard times and few resources. Despite how dark this subject is, I actually find a lot of humor to lighten it up because in addition to being a serial killer, AND an idiot, Ronnie Joe was also a Patti Labelle impersonator, a dude who had some super interesting rationalizations for why he had to do what he did, and a man with, apparently, the tightest, most fragile butthole on the planet. Bad Magic Productions Monthly Patreon Donation:  In honor of the passing of Jeff Burton from the Rizzuto Show aka the Rizz Show on 105.7 FM in St Louis, we are donating (amount tbd) to Jeff's charity of choice - Kids Rock Cancer. Through the proven healing power of music therapy, Kids Rock Cancer helps children combat feelings of anxiety, depression, uncertainty, and helplessness.  To find out more, go to www.kidsrockcancer.orgWatch the Suck on YouTube: https://youtu.be/zjeMPGRokugMerch: https://www.badmagicmerch.comDiscord! https://discord.gg/tqzH89vWant to join the Cult of the Curious private Facebook Group? Go directly to Facebook and search for "Cult of the Curious" in order to locate whatever happens to be our most current page :)For all merch related questions/problems: store@badmagicproductions.com (copy and paste)Please rate and subscribe on iTunes and elsewhere and follow the suck on social media!! @timesuckpodcast on IG and http://www.facebook.com/timesuckpodcastWanna become a Space Lizard?  Click here: https://www.patreon.com/timesuckpodcastSign up through Patreon and for $5 a month you get to listen to the Secret Suck, which will drop Thursdays at Noon, PST. You'll also get 20% off of all regular Timesuck merch PLUS access to exclusive Space Lizard merch. You get to vote on two Monday topics each month via the app. And you get the download link for my new comedy album, Feel the Heat. Check the Patreon posts to find out how to download the new album and take advantage of other benefits.

Sermons - Harvest Church  |  Arroyo Grande
Our Living Hope - Ron Dee

Sermons - Harvest Church | Arroyo Grande

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 70:00


1 (1s): Good morning harvest church. Let's stand and worship the Lord together. Did you feel them? Bow tins, tram. Did you hear the oceans? Well, when the people rose to seeing Jesus Christ, the , did you feel the tremble? 1 (48s): Did you hear the scene when the law speak and to see Jesus Christ, the CV, and we can see that God mighty river through the nations when young and Walgreens. Jeez, please. Why do you have Oh, dance, dance upon in justice. 1 (2m 11s): Did you feel the talk? All the seeds. all the streams as to wash away our broken and here we see that. God you have it be prepared. 1 (4m 5s): streets. Three sound with singing upon and justice. 1 (4m 48s): Did you feel, did you hear the oceans? When the people rose to seeing Jesus Christ Everyone needs compassion. 1 (6m 9s): Everyone needs for kids. The kindness, the save you Jesus conquered. 1 (7m 10s): All my fears and failures. I get in my life to fog everything. I believe now. 1 (9m 15s): Jesus . 3 (10m 44s): As we continue to worship, I was reading Romans eight, Chuck chapter 8 30, 8 39. And it says, I am convinced that nothing can ever separate us from God's love neither death, nor life, neither angels, nor demons, neither our field, our fears for today, nor our worries about tomorrow, not even the peop the powers of hell can separate us from God's love no power in the sky above or in the earth below. Indeed. Nothing in all creation will ever separate us or ever be able to separate us from the love of God that is revealed in Christ Jesus, our Lord Jesus, as the object of our faith and worship, this is the God we worship this morning. 3 (11m 40s): We come to church on Sunday morning after being gone through a week of trials and tribulations sickness, death, uncertainty that we come here this morning to worship the God that never fails is the same yesterday, today and forever. Let's just continue in worship. As God leads. You pray out of prayer, speak a word that he lays on your heart, but let's continue to focus on the Jesus that never fails. 4 (12m 51s): we pray for our loved ones on the road. 4 (13m 4s): 1 (15m 6s): then Jesus. I do not wholly trust and G My whole then Jesus. 1 (15m 50s): I do not. With trumpets. 1 (18m 58s): 5 (19m 24s): Lord Jesus. We thank you. That because of what you did for us in the cross, our sin laid upon your death, burial, and resurrection. We can stand before you God, and we can approach your throne of grace boldly. Lord Jesus. Thank you for this time of worship, Lord God, we just gathered here to lift up your name, Lord, thank you Jesus. For this morning, Jesus name we pray and then, Well, good morning, everyone. You can take a seat. My name's Jeremy I'm the youth and family pastor here. And just want to say a welcome if you're joining us for the first time, or if you're, this is your a hundred 50th time. 5 (20m 8s): So glad you're here. It's a special place it's for me, it's always felt like family. So, so I hope you feel that way as well. Just a few announcements for you today. Fall life groups are going to kick off in September and we will have the brochures for you available next week. So next Sunday, look for the available full life groups. We'll have those back in the info center, as well as we'll be announcing those things. But we do have a brand new life group and we're starting our new college life group starting up. And there'll be September 1st. And that's, that's actually a first for harvest church. We're really excited about launching this new college group. It's going to be meeting six 30 on Thursdays from six 30 to eight 30. It's going to be at the house. 5 (20m 49s): Curtis is going to be leading that. And we're just really excited that that the, the students that have graduated high school have a place to go and to fellowship and to grow and grow in the word. So that's going to be kicking off September 1st. And lastly, you might be wondering what about Steve last week? I know he, he, he, he was a little bit off during first service. We prayed for him. He, he, he lasts the whole first service, but he ended up going to the hospital between services. He, he got checked out, end up staying up overnight there and everything checked out. Okay. It seems like there's a few dietary and liquid things that he needs just to kind of change, but he's doing really well. 5 (21m 31s): In fact, if you were here at Curtis Curtis's wedding yesterday, Kirsten Clark got married yesterday. Steve was cutting the rug out here. So he was, he was there. He was. And, and so he was back to Steve. So the whole Henry family, because their family and friends are in town. They're taking this this week off. So he's not here. If you don't see any of their Henry family, they're, they're out enjoying their family and friends. So today we're going to have Ron bringing the message and say happy birthday to Ron. It was his birthday yesterday, as well as Todd's it was Todd's birthday yesterday. You're you're, you're not, you're not happy that I'm saying happy birthday, but it was Todd's birthday as well. So we just think that God has brought you guys here and it's exciting times. 5 (22m 16s): So we're gonna take a minute to say hi to someone around you and yeah, we'll see. Do assess do that. 6 (23m 59s): Find a place to sit. Good morning. Good morning. Hey Dale. Good morning. Good morning. So great to gather together. Once again, Sunday morning, you know, we're just keeping this tradition tradition that was started on the day of Pentecost that we would gather together weekly. We gathered together more often than weekly, but you know, Sundays are day. And, and again, the reason we gather on Sunday morning is because that was the day of the resurrection. And so it's been this amazing thing that God has done that would encourage us to gather together. In fact, there's an interesting verse in Hebrews, where he talks about, you know, don't forsake the assembling the gathering of the saints together as some are, but he says, but so much the more as you see the day approaching. 6 (24m 54s): In other words, we need each other more and more as the last days come upon us. And so how wonderful it is to gather together this morning, we're going to be continuing our study in first, Peter. So if you want to turn in your Bibles, or if you want to pull up your device, that the scriptures I'm going to be using will be up on this screen. I like to teach out of the new king James version. So it might vary just a little bit from what you might be used to. Let's pray, Lord, we look to you because ultimately Lord, you are our teacher, holy spirit. You're the one that gives us understanding and clarity and revelation about the things that are declared in the, in the scriptures. And today we're going to look at the words of Peter, the apostle Peter, who was dear to your heart, who walked with you three and a half years in the flesh. 6 (25m 44s): And who now is an older man. He's, he's talking to those Christians in the world that were being persecuted and had been driven out from Jerusalem into all other cities because of their faith. And so Lord, we inherit that mantle. The holy spirit now is upon us. And so Lord, we want to carry and be faithful to what you call these believers to know and to do and where we want to be faithful to know and do those things, same things by the work of your spirit in us. So Lori commit this time to you in Jesus name, we pray. Amen. All right. So both Steve and Jeremy touched on the first opening verses a first Peter, but in order to get the full context, I'm going to go back and look at them. 6 (26m 30s): And then we're going to look at a lot of things. So as we look at the book of first Peter, again, written by Peter, and there's just so much there. So bear with me again. We, we expect the Lord to be the one that's going to be teaching us. So first Peter chapter one, beginning with verse one, Peter, an apostle of Jesus Christ to the pilgrims of the dispersion in Pontus, Galatia, Cappadocia, Asia, and Mathenia elect according to the foreknowledge of God, the father in sanctification of the spirit for obedience and sprinkling of the blood of Jesus Christ, grace to you and peace be multiplied blessed, be the God and father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who according to his abundant mercy has gotten us again to a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. 6 (27m 19s): There's again, a lot going on there is Peter opens up this letter and the main point, I think the main theme that he's trying to get across here, it's it's Peter's intention is to call our attention to something that is so profound. So, so wonderful. So exceedingly glorious, he calls it a living hope. In fact, I want to read it again. First Peter one verse three, blessed be the God and father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who according to his abundant mercy has gotten us again to a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. 6 (27m 59s): So what is a living hope? The simple, simple definition is this. It is the joyful and confident expectation of eternal salvation. A living hope is the joyful and confident expectation of eternal salvation. So what I want to do this morning, I'm going to use five W's and one H to try to open this up so that we can get a good handle on it. So I'm going to use who, what, when, where, why, and, and how so I'm told that, you know, researchers and those who are trying to determine what is being looked at or talked about or research that these are the questions they commonly ask. 6 (28m 42s): So that's what I want to use today. So in proper context though, Peter's actually, he's talking about future events. So the, the event that he's talking about has not happened yet, not fully and yet. So therefore we are still waiting for the fulfillment of the living, hope that he's talking about here. So let's begin with who. So when I go through the who, what, when, where, why and how I'm going to change the order. So it kinda makes sense. I'll hopefully. So who is qualified, first of all, who is qualified to receive the living hope that Peter's talking about? So in verse one, backing up a little in the new living translation. 6 (29m 22s): This letter is from Peter and apostle of Jesus Christ. He says, I am writing to God's chosen people who are living as foreigners in the provinces of Pontus, Galatia, Cappadocia, Asia, and Bethenny up. So who is qualified? So that's the question. So according to Peter here, he says, God's chosen. People are qualified. And then he, he mentions five provinces. And he says that these are the provinces where Christians have been dispersed abroad because of persecution that began in Jerusalem and was occurring all over the Roman empire. So I want to make this as personal as I can. 6 (30m 5s): I'm going to rewrite Peter's words just a little bit. I'm writing to God's chosen people who are living in the five cities he's writing to us. This is a future event hasn't happened yet. So I have a trivia question for you to kind of make it more personal. Here's here's a trivia question. Can you name the five cities that make up the five cities? Sometimes that question comes up. Yeah. I live in the five cities. Okay. Well, what are the five cities? Hmm, let me think about this. Okay. So I did a little Google search historically. So that term five city has been around for quite a while. 6 (30m 47s): So historically that term five cities represents a row, Grandy Grover city. You know the name change Wabag Halcyon fair Oaks. And if Houma, yeah. See, you're walking away with something this morning that you didn't know before. So I always get what'd you learn at church today. I learned some history about the five cities, but those cities have kind of grown into each other. So currently the five cities are a row grand, a Grover beach, Pismo beach, Oceana, and Nipomo. All right, there you go. 6 (31m 27s): Trivia for the week. All right. So back to the who Peter is saying, I'm right into, God's chosen people and who are God's chosen people. God's chosen. People are those who have chosen him. God's chosen. People are those who have chosen to believe the gospel, the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. God's chosen. People are those who have been born. Again, those who have experienced his new birth, those who have been sprinkled with the blood of Jesus Christ, those who have received Jesus as their Lord and savior. Those are the chosen ones that he's talking about. 6 (32m 8s): So my question to all of us this morning is have you chosen him? That's where it begins. Have you chosen him? You're going to have opportunity today to choose, to believe and follow Jesus Christ as your Lord and savior. So we see the who now, why, why, why is God doing this for us? The things that Peter's talking about, why is God doing this for us? Why are we receiving the living hope that he's talking about here? So again, back to first, Peter verses two and three, he says grace to you and peace be multiplied. Blessed would be the God and father of our Lord. Jesus Christ, who according to his abundant mercy has gotten us again to a living hope. 6 (32m 50s): So we mentioned three things there, and this is the why, why is God doing this for us? And the three words he mentioned, our grace peace and mercy. Now you probably know this already. So might be a little bit redundant, but grace, what is grace? Grace is God's unmerited. Undeserved favor. God has chosen to give us something that we don't deserve. And it is his favor. And others were accepted by him and is something he has just chosen to give us as a free gift. Secondly, we also receive, and this is why I got us doing this for us. It's because of the peace that he's given us peace with God, another way of putting it. We have been again, accepted by God. 6 (33m 32s): And therefore we have peace with him. Romans five one says this. We have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ. So how amazing we are. We have his grace, we've received something we don't deserve. And we have peace, literally friendship relationship with the living, God. And then finally the word he uses there is mercy. He says, according to his abundant mercy. So mercy as, as grace is something that is unmerited that God has given to us. Mercy is the fact that God has chosen to withhold something from us that we actually deserve. What do we deserve? 6 (34m 12s): We deserve judgment. Grace, peace and mercy acts chapter 1731. God has appointed a day on which he will judge the world in righteousness, by the man whom he has ordained. And that man is Jesus Christ. So why is God doing this for us? Because of God's great love for you. And for me, because of his abundant grace and peace and mercy that he has chosen to lavish upon us. So we've looked at the who we've looked at the why, and now I want to go back to Peter's main point. 6 (34m 56s): How, how did God make a way for us to receive the living, hope that he's talking about here? So the simple answer is he made a way through the gospel, but more specifically, he made a way through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. Again, back to verse three, blessed, be the God and father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who according to his abundant mercy has been gotten us again to a living hope. There it is through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. So this is sort of a side subject, but I have an interesting question for you who raised Jesus from the dead and the simple would be, well, God did raised him from the dead. 6 (35m 41s): Well, interesting as we look at a few verses acts chapter 13, beginning with verse 29, it says this. Now, when they had fulfilled all that was written concerning him concerning Jesus. They took him down from the tree, from the cross and they laid him in a tomb. But God raised him from the dead. Seems fairly obvious who raised Jesus from the dead God did well. There's another interesting scripture in, and Jesus is speaking to here in John chapter 10. He says this for 17. He says, my father loves me because I laid down my life that I may take it again. No one takes it from me, but I lay it down of myself. 6 (36m 25s): I have the power to lay it down and I have the power to take it again. Hmm. Okay. I guess Jesus raised himself from the dead. Another scripture. I want to have us think about this morning, Romans chapter eight, verse 11. If the spirit of him who raised Jesus from the dead dwells in you, he who raised Christ from the dead will also give life to your mortal bodies through his spirit who dwells in. You seems like the holy spirit raised Jesus from the dead. So who raised Jesus from the dead? Well, well, God did, or they all did, or, or God is three in one. 6 (37m 7s): And here what we see as another example of the Trinity or the, the unity of God who raised Jesus from the dead, the father, the son and the holy spirit did. So the clear teaching of the Bible is that Jesus rose from the dead that's, that's the fact that we want to embrace this morning. And because Jesus rose from the dead, he has promised that we will also rise from the dead John chapter 11. I love these verses verse 25. I am. Jesus said, I am the resurrection and the life. 6 (37m 48s): He who believes in me though, he may die. He shall live. And whoever lives and believes in me shall never die. And then he says, do you believe this? That's a question we need to answer today. Do you believe this? And then Paul expounds on this in first Thessalonians, chapter four, beginning with verse 13, because there was his concern about those who had died, believers that had died. And some of them, there was this rumor going around that the resurrection had already happened. And they were confused. Paul says, dear brothers and sisters, we want you to know what will happen to the believers who have died. 6 (38m 32s): So you will not grieve like people who have no hope for, since we believe that Jesus died and was raised to life. Again, we also believe that when Jesus returns, God will bring back with him. The believers who have died, we tell you this directly from the Lord, we who are still living when the Lord returns will not meet him ahead of those who have died for the Lord himself will come down from heaven with a commanding shout, with the voice of the Archangel and with the trumpet call of God. First, the Christians who have died will rise from their graves and then together with them, we who are still alive and remain on the earth will be caught up in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air. 6 (39m 21s): Then we will be with the Lord forever. He says, so encourage each other. With these words, he, he is talking about a future event as well. It hasn't happened yet. So that's part of our living hope. We're looking forward to that. How did God make a way for us to receive the living hope that Peter is talking about? He made a way through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead that's, that's how he did it. So we looked at who, why and how, and, and now I wanna look at what, so what is it that we're preparing for? What are we waiting for? What are we waiting for and preparing for, to receive and what is called it? 6 (40m 4s): We're waiting for our inheritance back to first, Peter and I'm looking at verses three and four. Again, blessed would be the God and father of our Lord. Jesus Christ, who according to his at mercy has gotten us again to a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead to an inheritance, incorruptible and undefiled that does not fade away. And it's reserved in heaven for you. So we have an inheritance that is waiting for us in heaven. And as Peter says, here is it's reserved in heaven for you, which is exactly what Jesus was thinking about or talking about. When he was speaking to me in Matthew chapter six, verse 19, he says this, he says, don't store up treasures here on earth, where MAs eat them and rust destroys them. 6 (40m 56s): And where thieves break in and steal store your treasures in heaven, where moth and rust cannot destroy and thieves do not break in and steal. So we're waiting for this inheritance. What is the inheritance or waiting for while some might say, we're waiting for our salvation, the fullness of it. We're waiting for the rewards that God has promised to us. We're waiting for eternal life. We're waiting for God himself. We're waiting for heaven. We're waiting to see Jesus face to face. I think we're waiting for all these things and all those things combined. That's our inheritance. You know, there's a lot of talk these days about making wise investments, you know, inflation so high and interest rates are crazy and, you know, stock, market's going up and down. 6 (41m 44s): So here's a question we often ask are the value of my investments going up or down. So Jesus encourage us, encourages us to store up our treasures. That would be our investment in heaven. Peter is telling us that our inheritance, our investment in heaven is there they're incorruptible, they're undefiled. They won't fade away. In other words, your inheritance, your investment in heaven is secure and it will pay eternal dividends. So Peter goes on to say that our investment in heaven, as I said, it's, it's not only incorruptible. It's undefiled that won't fade away. 6 (42m 24s): In fact, our inheritance is actually kept or guarded by the power of God. The truth is everything we know and love here on earth is going to burn up figuratively and literally, phew, phew, read revelation. I mean, literally, I mean, when we think about saving our environment and protecting everything for future generations, and that's all, that's all good. We're a steward of the earth. But if you read through revelation, the events of the last days, most of it's going to burn up. And most of the living creatures in the sea are going to die. 6 (43m 7s): So we have to have God's perspective about these things. The truth is everything we know and love here on earth is going to burn up because it's corrupted, it's been corrupted. The only thing that will survive the fire of God's judgment is our eternal salvation. God will transform that, which is corrupted into that, which is incorruptible. Paul speaks about this in first Corinthians 15 beginning with 15 verse 51, behold, I tell you a mystery, the dead will be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed for this corruptible must put on incorruption. And this mortal must put on immortality. 6 (43m 50s): So when this corruptible has put on incorruption and this mortal has put on immortality, then shall be brought to pass. The saying that is written. Death is swallowed up in victory. Thanks be to God who gives us the victory through Jesus Christ, our Lord in that grade. That's good news. So we looked at the who, the why, how and now, and the what now I want to look at when, you know, when is this going to come to pass? When will we receive our inheritance? We will receive our inheritance at the revelation of Jesus Christ. What does that mean? Back to first Peter one verse four. 6 (44m 30s): He says our is it's incorruptible. It's undefiled in it. It won't fade away. It does not fade away. It's reserved in heaven for you who are kept by the power of God, through faith for salvation. And here it is ready to be revealed in the last time. So we will receive our inheritance when Jesus Christ returns to take us home, Jesus was surrounded by those who are looking to him and he wanted to encourage them about these things in John chapter 14, he says, let not your heart be troubled. 6 (45m 11s): We look out at things are going on. The world today is pretty troubling. There's a lot of confusion and mayhem and in the world. So Jesus is speaking to us. He's saying, don't let your heart be troubled. You believe in God. Believe also in me, in my father's house are many mansions, many dwelling places. If it were not. So I would have told you, I go to prepare a place for you. And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again. And I will receive you to myself, that where I am there, you may be also, and where I go, you know, and the way you know, Thomas said to him, Lord, we do not know where you're going and how can we know the way Jesus said to him? 6 (46m 0s): You guys know it. Well, I am the way the truth and the life, no one comes to the father except through me. So right now we're kind of in this holding pattern, we're in this, we're just waiting. Jesus said, you know, God says occupy until I come. In other words, we're, we're being steadfast unmovable. We're continuing to believe and, and just stay faithful to the Lord until these things, until these things happen, occur are fulfilled right now. We're simply in a holding pattern of waiting mode. We're patiently waiting for the imminent, the promised return of Jesus Christ, revelation chapter one, verse seven behold. 6 (46m 50s): He is coming with clouds and every eye will see him. Even those who pierced him and all the tribes of the earth will mourn. Why will they mourn? Because they rejected him. They chose not to believe in him. The only way of salvation, all the tribes of the earth will mourn because of him even so amen. I am the alpha and the omega, the beginning, and the end says the Lord who is and who was, and who is to come? The almighty. We looked at who, why, how, what? 6 (47m 30s): And when the last w is where, where are we going to go when Jesus returns again, I'm looking back at first, Peter chapter one, again, verse four. He's again, talking about this inheritance. That's incorruptible undefiled that does not fade away. He says, it's reserved in heaven for you. Who are you, who are kept by the power of God, through faith for salvation, ready to be revealed in the last time. So where are we going? When Jesus returns simple answer, we're going to heaven. We will be in the kingdom of God. We will see Jesus face to face. 6 (48m 16s): A few days ago, I got a text from our oldest daughter, Jamie, and she was passing on a question that our grandson, David who's eight. Jamie, can you ask Papa this, these two questions? So these are the two questions he wants answered. What is it like in heaven? And the second one, the second question is how old is the earth? I'm going to leave the age of the earth one till another time. But what is it like in heaven? I mean, that's a good question, right? Because again, the reason is where, where are we going when Jesus returns, we're going to be with him in heaven. 6 (48m 58s): What's heaven. Like, so here's the problem. Here's the problem. We tend to use our experiences here on earth. As we try to imagine what heaven will be like. We tend to use our experiences here on earth. And we try to imagine having through the lens of our experiences here on earth, we can't, we can't do that. In fact, Paul talks about this in first Corinthians chapter two, verse nine, he says, he says, as it is written, eye has not seen nor ear heard nor have entered in the heart of man, the things which God has prepared for those who love him. 6 (49m 41s): And so with that, we think, well, then we can't fully know. And, and we can't fully imagine what being in the presence of God and being in heaven will be like, and that would be true, but then he closes ACEs, but God has revealed them to us through his spirit for the spirit searches, all things. Yes. The deep things of God. So can we think about an, imagine what heaven might be like? Yeah. We can through the, through the holy spirit, through the lens of the holy spirit, through the pages of scripture, but not through our world's experiences is, and so we know it's radically different, that's for sure, but it's radically better. You see, sometimes we get to the point where we think about heaven. 6 (50m 21s): We go, well, you know, I don't, I don't really want to play a harp on a cloud somewhere, you know, for eternity. This is doesn't sound fun to me. Just imagine this, imagine anything and everything that really brings you joy and fulfillment and happiness upon this earth. And imagine it exponentially magnified in heaven. We're going to be, we're going to be, I want to say useful. There's an economy in heaven. There's fulfillment in heaven that we can't even imagine truly on this earth. 6 (51m 5s): It will be wonderful beyond our imagination to the point that we're gonna, we're going to want it to let, let it go on for eternity. And it will. Our living hope is in heaven. Our living hope is heaven. Our living hope is Jesus Christ himself. Our living hope is to be in the presence of the living. God who created all things. Another verse first Corinthians 13, 12 for now in this present situation we're in for now, we see in a mirror dimly, but then face to face. 6 (51m 46s): Now I know in part, but then I shall know him just as I also am known by him. There's going to be this amazing revelation that occurs. We're not fully going to, it's not fully going to be revealed to us until we are standing face to face with the Lord. Jesus Christ. That's our living hope again, the joyful and confident expectation of eternal salvation. So we've got this living hope and as compared to, I'm going to compare to a false hope. So there's a lot of things in life we could hope for and say, well, I wish it were this way. 6 (52m 27s): Or I hope for this. That would be a false hope if it's really not, it's not going to happen. There's no way that's going to happen. You know, for example, I want to give you a few examples. False hope is, is hoping that something that absolutely will never happen. That's a false hope. I'm going to give you a couple examples. I hope I will grow my hair back someday. That's never going to happen. I'm not going to go to Bosley, hair treatment, whatever. That's a false hope. How about this one? I hope I will grow another seven inches so that I can be six feet tall. It's not going to happen. That's a false hope in life is full of false hopes, but a living hope it's based on God's promises and God cannot lie. 6 (53m 18s): Titus one, two in hope of eternal life. What Peter's talking about here, which God that cannot lie promise before the world began Hebrews chapter six, verse 18 by two immutable things in which it is impossible for God to lie. And he's talking about this hope again. We might have strong consolation who have fled for refuge to lay hold of the hope that is set before us. And this hope we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and steadfast, and which enters the presence behind the veil, literally into the presence of God himself. 6 (54m 2s): Our living hope is not false. Hope. It is not a pipe dream. It's not based on our own wild imaginations. It's based on the promises in God's word. And it is confirmed by the witness of the holy spirit, Hebrews 11, one faith. What we're talking about are living hope. It is the substance of things hoped for it is the evidence of things not seen. God is faithful. The holy spirit is faithful to, to open up the pages of scripture, to us, to speak into our heart, our mind, our soul, our spirit, and end to tell us and affirm to us. This living hope that you're holding on to continue to walk in that, continue to believe in that Romans five, five hope does not disappoint because the love of God has been poured out in our hearts by the holy spirit who's been given to us Titus chapter two, verse 13, looking for the blessed hope and the glorious appearing of our great God and savior Jesus Christ. 6 (55m 4s): I want to continue my, my goal this morning is to make it through verse, verse 12. How are we doing? I have, okay. I've got four and a half minutes left. Let's jump back to first. Peter verse six, chapter one, verse six in this, in this living. Hope you greatly rejoice though. Now for a little while, if need be, you have been grieved by various trials that the genuine genuineness of your faith being much more precious than gold. That perishes though it is tested by fire. It may be found to praise honor and glory at the revelation of Jesus Christ, whom having not seen you love. 6 (55m 47s): And though, now you do not see him yet believing you rejoice with joy, inexpressible, and full of glory. Receiving the end of your faith. The salvation of your souls stay strong. Stay strong in the Lord. Don't lose hope, endure hardship. As a soldier of Jesus Christ, place your faith in him. He has promised that he will never leave you and he will never forsake you. In fact, you are kept by the very power of God and he is worth the weight. 6 (56m 27s): Jesus Christ is returning very soon. Matthew chapter 25, verse 34, Jesus speaks. And he says, the king will say to those on his right hand come, you blessed bless it of my father inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world. So we see this is not a new idea. This is not a new thing. The profits of old have been waiting for the fulfillment of the things that God had previously revealed to them. 6 (57m 7s): Again, back to first Peter, picking it up in verse 10 of this salvation, this living hope that he's talking about here of this salvation, the prophets have inquired and searched carefully who prophesied of the grace that would come to you searching what or what manner of time? The spirit of Christ who was in them was indicating when he testified beforehand, the sufferings of Christ and the glories that would follow to them. It was revealed that not to themselves, but to us, they were ministering the things which now have been reported to you through those who have preached the gospel to you by the holy spirit sent from heaven. 6 (57m 48s): Things which angels desire to look into. I want to go ahead and invite the worship team to come on up at this time. So the truth is Jesus Christ is coming back again. He's coming back soon. The question we have to ask ourselves is, will we be ready? Will you be ready? When he returns? Jesus was talking about his return in Luke chapter 21, verse 25. He said this, and there will be signs in the sun, in the moon and in the stars. 6 (58m 34s): And on the, on the earth, there's going to be distress of nations. Sounds familiar with perplexity, the sea and the waves roaring men's hearts will be failing them from fear and the expectation of those things, which are coming on the earth for the powers of the heavens will be shaken. Then they will see the son of man coming in a cloud with power and great glory. Now, when these things begin to happen, look up, look up and lift up your heads because your redemption draws near, you know, Paul and Silas, they went from place to place preaching the gospel. 6 (59m 16s): They happened to be in the city of Philippi. The message wasn't received very well. They wound up in, in jail, in prison and there they were, it was the middle of the night and they're just worshiping God, thanking him that they could be worthy to suffer persecution for the sake of Christ. And they're just praising and worshiping. And suddenly there's an earthquake. And the shackles that were holding them bound up, fell off the doors of the prison, flung flung open, and the head jailer thought everybody, all the prisoners had escaped. He's about ready to kill himself. And so this is what Paul and Silas said to him. The jailer in acts 1630, he says the jailer brought them out. 6 (59m 60s): He brought them out and said, SIRS, what must I do to be saved? So that that's such an important question. So Paul and Silas, this was what the response they gave to the jailer. They said, believe on the Lord, Jesus Christ. And you'll be saved you and your household, you and your family. That message is the same today. What must I do to be saved? Believe on the Lord, Jesus Christ. And you will be saved. And as you have influence on your family, there'll be saved to the writer, John, in his letters. 6 (1h 0m 43s): He wanted to help the believers to know, you know, there's this question that goes around. Can I lose my salvation? Am I really saved? You know, you have to be convinced of that. But to the question of, can I lose my salvation? I would say, this is just abide in Christ and you're going to be you're safe. But this is what John said in first, John chapter five, beginning, verse 11, he said, this is the testimony. This is the record that God has given us eternal life. And this life is in his son. He has the light, sorry. He who has the son has life. He who does not have the son of God, does not have life. 6 (1h 1m 24s): These things I've written to you who believe in the name of the son of God, that you may know that you have eternal life and that you may continue to believe in the name of the son of God. So naturally my encouragement to all of us today, if you are walking with the Lord, remain steadfast, grow in your faith, continue to open up the scriptures daily and let him encourage you. As you walk with him day by day. Those of you that you know, you, you can look back and think, well, you know, there was a time that I really loved the Lord and was walking with him, but not so much anymore. Today's the day you want to recommit your life to Jesus Christ. He's coming back soon. So reaffirm, reaffirm your commitment to him. 6 (1h 2m 7s): And for those of you that say, you know, I've never, I, I don't know if I believe I've never really thought too much about it. Today's a day of your salvation and you don't have to have all the answers. I promise you this. If you would just open up the door of your heart, the one of your heart, just a little bit and say, God, I don't know, but I'm willing. I'm willing to allow you to come in and reveal yourself to me. I'm willing to give Jesus a chance in my heart and my life. And if you will do that, I will promise you this. God will reveal himself to you in a profound way that you can, that you can affirm and say, Jesus Christ is the Lord. 6 (1h 2m 48s): Lord. We just want to thank you today that we can be encouraged. Even as Peter was trying to encourage the believers in his day, where we're so encouraged about the living, hope that you have reserved in heaven for us. Lord, help us to maintain that, that perseverance, that endurance that we need in this life. Lord, I pray that all of us would be opening up our heart, opening up our life to you to receive all the wonderful promises that you have for us. Jesus, we are so grateful that you went to the cross on our behalf. And we just want to say, thank you in Jesus name, we pray. God's people said, amen. 6 (1h 3m 28s): Amen. Go ahead and stand with me. We're going to continue to worship the Lord. 1 (1h 3m 34s): Grab that. Thanks spirit. Come to get And Renae dumb. 1 (1h 4m 26s): Don't let your car don't feed 0 (1h 4m 38s): Because 1 (1h 4m 39s): Your eyes on fruit, God is badly and take her told on the strong. Remember where But the price go up as the walls come down. 1 (1h 6m 51s): his name is Jesus. 1 (1h 7m 11s): his name is Jesus. 1 (1h 8m 37s): Come down. I'll create geez. 0 (1h 9m 11s): Geez. 8 (1h 9m 27s): Yes. Let your kingdom come. Jesus father, I thank you that the praises of your people break down walls. It's like Paul and Silas. They break chains. They open the prison doors and set us free. Father. I pray that as we go out this week, we would go out knowing that we have a living hope in Jesus, and we know that he is returning, his kingdom will come and we will get to spend eternity with him in heaven. How awesome is that going to be? Thank you. Jesus. Jesus. Same name.

IN SICKNESS AND IN HEALTH with Dr. Celine Gounder
S4E11 / Climate Displacement, Cultural Resilience / Lanor Curole, Thomas Dardar Jr., Shanondora Billiot, Daniel Lewerenz

IN SICKNESS AND IN HEALTH with Dr. Celine Gounder

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 22:11


Lanor Curole is a member of the United Houma Nation. She grew up in Golden Meadow, a small bayou town in Southern Louisiana. The impacts of repetitive flooding in the area forced her to move farther north.Louisiana's coastal wetlands lose about 16 square miles of land each year. This land loss, pollution from the 2010 BP oil spill, and lingering devastation from Hurricanes Katrina and Ida are pushing many Houma people out of their homes.Since 1985, the United Houma Nation has been seeking federal tribal recognition status. Without this status, the tribe has fewer resources to respond to the climate crisis.“Our people are on that front line, but we don't have a seat at that table,” Curole said.Gaining federal recognition would grant the Houma access to the Indian Health Service and would allow the tribe to work directly with federal agencies like the Federal Emergency Management Agency when storms strike.“It's not like Willy Wonka's ‘golden ticket' … but I think it does open some additional doors that are definitely closed to us right now,” Curole said.Episode 11 explores the Houma people's efforts to preserve culture in the face of the climate crisis.Voices from the episode:Lanor Curole, Houma tribal administratorThomas Dardar Jr., former chief of the United Houma NationShanondora Billiot, assistant professor of social work at Arizona State UniversityDaniel Lewerenz, assistant professor at the University of North Dakota School of LawSeason 4 of “American Diagnosis” is a co-production of KHN and Just Human Productions.  Our Editorial Advisory Board includes Jourdan Bennett-Begaye, Alastair Bitsóí, and Bryan Pollard.  

Sense of Soul Podcast
Coming Home to the Soul

Sense of Soul Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 57:39


Today on the Sense of Soul Podcast we have, Keith Anthony Blanchard. Keith is the Founder and Host for Center of Light Radio who's listening audience now reaches 3 million.  Keith is the author of several books, including his original book which has become a bestseller, “The Divine Principle: Anchoring Heaven on Earth,” “For the Love of God: A Spiritual Journey” and the children's book series named after his son, “Eden Sky Wonders Why.”  Keith shared with Shanna about his newest bestseller, “HOMECOMING: Crossing the Bridge To the Soul,” which shares the path of this mystic and a record of his many experiences with God.  Keith has co-produced and produced two films, “Do What You Love” and “The Meek Shall Inherit the Earth.” As a Spiritual Anchor, Keith is remarkable in his naturally sincere love and acceptance of all people which is palpable to those who connect with him.  He brings his gift of deep intuition to attune the conversation to the most immediate needs and desires of his audience. As a live presenter and spiritual leader, his broad and vast spiritual wisdom and background enlightens and resonates with a wide range of spiritual seekers and Light Workers.  Born in Houma, Louisiana, and currently residing in Memphis, Tennessee, Mr. Blanchard is a devoted father and enjoys a life-long career as a professional musician in both contemporary music and with his amazing spiritual band LavenderSoul.   You can find Keith at these links: http://centeroflightradio.com http://youtube.com/centeroflightradio http://facebook.com/centeroflightfoundation Visit Sense of Soul at www.mysenseofsoul.com If you want to listen to Shanna's Ancestry Mini Series, Untangled Roots… Join our Sense of Soul Patreon!! Our community of seekers and lightworkers who get exclusive discounts, live events like SOS Sacred Circles, ad free episodes and more. You can also listen to Shanna's new mini series, about the Goddess Sophia! Sign up today and help support our podcast. As a member of any level you get 50% off Shanna's Soul Immersion Healing Experience! https://www.patreon.com/senseofsoul  

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The Scoot Show with Scoot
Kids increasingly the victims of NOLA's street crime gauntlet

The Scoot Show with Scoot

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 34:40


Scoot talks to WWL listeners about the shocking headlines today regarding a murdered child in Houma, an attempted murdered child in New Orleans and more

Legacy Christian Church in Harrison Ohio
07-03-2022 Houma Louisiana - by Guest Speaker Mike Mathena

Legacy Christian Church in Harrison Ohio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 29:38


07-03-2022 Houma Louisiana - by Guest Speaker Mike Mathena

The EP Edit
An Innovative Model for Practicing Cardiac Electrophysiology

The EP Edit

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 28:26


In this episode of The EP Edit, we're featuring a discussion on an innovative new model of care for cardiology and cardiac electrophysiology (EP). Dr Moeen Saleem and Dr Kanwar Singh discuss the independent private practice care model at the Midwest Cardiovascular Institute in Naperville, Illinois, and Cardiovascular Institute of the South in Houma, Louisiana. Read the full episode transcript here.

American Conservative University
Evidence of the Afterlife: The Science of Near-Death Experiences by Jeffrey Long. ACU Sunday Series.

American Conservative University

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 39:35


Evidence of the Afterlife: The Science of Near-Death Experiences by Jeffrey Long This short Audiobook excerpt serves as an introduction to this fine book. In the opinion of ACU this is the best book on the NDE experience. If you have to choose  one book on the subject, this is the one. Highly recommended by ACU. Purchase the book at your favorite book seller or at- https://www.amazon.com/Evidence-Afterlife-Science-Near-Death-Experiences/dp/0061452572 NDERF Website- https://nderf.org/   About the book- Evidence of the Afterlife: The Science of Near-Death Experiences by Jeffrey Long and Paul Perry.  January 4, 2011 “There is currently more scientific evidence to the reality of near death experience (NDE) than there is for how to effectively treat certain forms of cancer,” states radiation oncologist Dr. Jeffrey Long is his groundbreaking new book Evidence of the Afterlife. In 1998 Dr. Long and his wife, Jody, began the Near Death Experience Research Foundation with the goal of creating a forum for near death “experiencers” to share their stories. Grounded in first-hand evidence culled from over 1,600 verified NDE accounts, Evidence of the Afterlife presents the strongest argument yet for the underlying truth of those who have died and returned to share their tales.   Editorial Reviews Review “Dr. Jeff Long and journalist Paul Perry have done a phenomenal job in clarifying current events in the study of near-death experiences. Dr. Long's work is leading us closer to a rational solution of the afterlife mystery.” — Raymond Moody, M.D., Ph.D., author of Life after Life “This important book about near-death experiences provides compelling evidence that mind and consciousness cannot be reduced to brain activity.” — Mario Beauregard, Ph.D., Neuroscientist at the University of Montreal and co-author of The Spiritual Brain “If someone asked for proof that life after death exists, refer them to this book. Dr. Long and Paul Perry have gone way beyond faith and into science, providing us with well-documented proof of what we have known absolutely for 35 years - there is life after death.” — Dannion and Kathryn Brinkley, authors of Saved by the Light and Secrets of the Light “Is there life after death? ...Radiation oncologist Dr. Jeffrey Long argues that if you look at the scientific evidence, the answer is unequivocally yes. Drawing on a decade's worth of research on near-death experiences... he makes the case for that controversial conclusion.” — Time.com “Long answers skeptics . . . does a fine job of summarizing some of the transformative changes from NDEs.... The end result of all this testimony, according to Long, is ‘there is life after death.'” — Spirituality and Practice   From the Back Cover The Most Compelling Scientific Evidence for Life Beyond Death Ever Compiled Evidence of the Afterlife shares the firsthand accounts of people who have died and lived to tell about it. Through their work at the Near Death Experience Research Foundation, radiation oncologist Jeffrey Long and his wife, Jody, have gathered thousands of accounts of near-death experiences (NDEs) from all over the world. In addition to sharing the personal narrative of their experiences, visitors to the website are asked to fill out a one hundred–item questionnaire designed to isolate specific elements of the experience and to flag counterfeit accounts. The website has become the largest NDE research database in the world, containing over 1,600 NDE accounts. The people whose stories are captured in the database span all age groups, races, and religious affiliations and come from all over the world, yet the similarities in their stories are as awe-inspiring as they are revealing. Using this treasure trove of data, Dr. Long explains how medical evidence fails to explain these reports and why there is only one plausible explanation—that people have survived death and traveled to another dimension.   About the Author Jeffrey Long, M.D., is a radiation oncologist in Houma, Louisiana, and has appeared on NBC's Today Show, ABC's World News Tonight with Peter Jennings, FOX's The O'Reilly Factor, and The Learning Channel. Long has also served on the board of directors of the International Association for Near-Death Studies and established the nonprofit Near Death Experience Research Foundation and the NDERF website.  

KBZE 1059FM NEWS
CELEBRATE JUNETEENTH IN HOUMA, THIS SUNDAY, JUNE 19TH AT THE DUMAS AUDITORIUM

KBZE 1059FM NEWS

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 1:32


THE TERREBONNE PARISH NAACP YOUTH COUNCIL INVITES YOU TO JOIN US IN OUR JUNETEENTH CELEBRATION, SUNDAY, JUNE 19TH FROM 11AM TO 4PM, AT THE DUMAS AUDITORIUM, 301 WEST TUNNEL BLV IN HOUMA... OUR GUEST SPEAKER WILL BE PASTOR JAME-A-SON HARRIS.... MUSIC BY DJ IVAN, SOUTHDOWN EXPRESS... COME AND SHOP AFRICAN CLOTHING, ARTS & CRAFTS ENJOY GOOD FOOD FISH AND TRIPE TO PO-BOYS AND JAMBALAYA....SPECIAL GUESTS INCLUDE: GOD'S CREATION MASS CHOIR UNDER THE DIRECTION OF NICK WARD.... ALSO PERFORMING HER SINGLE IN HER ON WAY  WILL BE KANDACE WASHINGTON .... MANY ORGANIZATIONS WILL BE PARTICIPATING INCLUDING THE TERREBONNE SCHOOL BOARD AND PARISH COUNCIL, SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY ALUMNI, THE 5TH DISTRICT ASSOCIATION, GRAMBLING STATE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI, AND MISS MARGY SCO-BE WITH THE FINDING OUR ROOTS AFRICAN AMERICAN MUSEUM... THE LA DEPT OF HEALTH WILL ALSO BE OFFERING COVID 19 BOOSTER SHOTS, TESTING AND VACCINATIONS TO PERSONS 5  YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER.... TECHE ACTION CLINIC OF HOUMA WILL ALSO BE ON HAND PROVIDING BLOOD PRESSURE AND SUGAR CHECKS, AS WELL AS DENTAL TIPS... DON'T MISS HOUMA'S JUNETEEN CELEBRATION, SUNDAY, JUNE 19TH FROM 11AM TO  4PM AT THE DUMAS AUDITORIUM, 301 WEST TUNNEL BLVD IN HOUMA.... THIS MESSAGE BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE TERREBONNE PARISH CHAPTER OF THE NAACP....

KBZE 1059FM NEWS
LOOKING FOR A NEW HOME? COME TO SOUTHLAND MALL IN HOUMA ON JUNE 18TH AT 10AM

KBZE 1059FM NEWS

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 1:06


ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A NEW HOME? YOU'RE INVITED TO A GATEWAY TO HOMEOWNERSHIP, SATURDAY, JUNE 18TH FROM 10AM TO 1PM, INSIDE THE LEGACY BUSINESS CENTER LOCATED ON THE FORMER SEARS SIDE OF SOUTHLAND MALL IN HOUMA, 5953 WEST PARK AVE.... THIS EVENT IS PRESENTED BY THE NEW ORLEANS BRANCH OF NID HOUSING COUNSELING AGENCY, A HUD APPROVED ORGANIZATION ... TO REGISTER FOR  THIS INCREDIBLE OPPORTUNITY, TEXT THE WORD GATEWAY TO 1-855-708-1956... DURING THIS MEETING YOU WILL LEARN THE STEPS TO START THE PROCESS -  UNDERSTANDING AND IMPROVING YOUR CREDIT, AND GETTING A MORTGAGE... YOU'LL ALSO  LEARN ABOUT NO DOWN PAYMENT PROGRAMS AND DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCE...YOU'LL ALSO MEET LENDERS AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS.... FOR MORE INFORMATION, EMAIL MADAMS@NIDHOUSING.COM... THIS EVENT IS BEING SPONSORED BY HANCOCK WHITNEY BANK     

The E.A.R. Podcast
The Word Proclaimed: You Must and Will Persevere

The E.A.R. Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 38:17


Synopsis: A sermon preached by Rev. Bill Crawford. Meet the Guest: The Reverend William O. Crawford has been the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Thibodaux for over twenty years. He is also the pastor at the Presbyterian Church in Houma, Louisiana, which is about a 25-to-35-minute drive from Thibodaux. Husband to Julia, father of three Owners of two dogs - "Val" and "Otis." Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen | Bible Translations – New International Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless stated/pointed out during the podcast). --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support

Christian Podcast Community
The Word Proclaimed: You Must and Will Persevere

Christian Podcast Community

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022


Synopsis: A sermon preached by Rev. Bill Crawford. Meet the Guest: The Reverend William O. Crawford has been the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Thibodaux for over twenty years. He is also the pastor at the Presbyterian Church in Houma, Louisiana, which is about a 25-to-35-minute drive from Thibodaux. Husband to Julia, father of three Owners of two dogs - "Val" and "Otis." Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen | Bible Translations – New International Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless stated/pointed out during the podcast). Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support

The 'X' Zone Radio Show
Rob McConnell Interviews - KEITH ANTHONY BLANCHARD - An Intense Alien Visitation and Communication

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 48:00


Keith Anthony Blanchard is the author of the New book: Homecoming: Crossing the Bridge to the Soul ( 6th books - 31st July 2020) and is a man who has claimed to have had deep intense alien visitation and communication that has profoundly affected his life and his view of the world. Keith Anthony Blanchard was born on November 30, 1963, in Houma, Louisiana, and had a typical middle class Catholic upbringing. In his early teens, he often entertained himself by pondering the big questions about God and the universe. Little did he know that the day would come when those questions would form the spiritual foundation upon which he would build the rest of his life. In his late twenties, Keith went through a crisis that stripped him of everything he held dear and left him with no choice but to turn inward for answers. This he did, but the peace and stability he so wanted still eluded him. When he was thirty-two, celestial beings began to appear to him, sharing glimpses of his future and the world's. Not only did they enlighten and guide him, they instructed him to pass their message on to others so that they, too, could learn a higher way of living. Now fifty and living a peaceful, stable life, Keith continues to pursue his passion to both learn and teach about Truthwww.keithanthonyblanchard.com. To listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv*** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewpaper.com

The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network
Rob McConnell Interviews - KEITH ANTHONY BLANCHARD - An Intense Alien Visitation and Communication

The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 47:59


Keith Anthony Blanchard is the author of the New book: Homecoming: Crossing the Bridge to the Soul ( 6th books - 31st July 2020) and is a man who has claimed to have had deep intense alien visitation and communication that has profoundly affected his life and his view of the world. Keith Anthony Blanchard was born on November 30, 1963, in Houma, Louisiana, and had a typical middle class Catholic upbringing. In his early teens, he often entertained himself by pondering the big questions about God and the universe. Little did he know that the day would come when those questions would form the spiritual foundation upon which he would build the rest of his life. In his late twenties, Keith went through a crisis that stripped him of everything he held dear and left him with no choice but to turn inward for answers. This he did, but the peace and stability he so wanted still eluded him. When he was thirty-two, celestial beings began to appear to him, sharing glimpses of his future and the world's. Not only did they enlighten and guide him, they instructed him to pass their message on to others so that they, too, could learn a higher way of living. Now fifty and living a peaceful, stable life, Keith continues to pursue his passion to both learn and teach about Truthwww.keithanthonyblanchard.com. To listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv *** AND NOW *** The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.com The ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewpaper.com

The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network
Rob McConnell Interviews - KEITH ANTHONY BLANCHARD - An Intense Alien Visitation and Communication

The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 47:59


Keith Anthony Blanchard is the author of the New book: Homecoming: Crossing the Bridge to the Soul ( 6th books - 31st July 2020) and is a man who has claimed to have had deep intense alien visitation and communication that has profoundly affected his life and his view of the world. Keith Anthony Blanchard was born on November 30, 1963, in Houma, Louisiana, and had a typical middle class Catholic upbringing. In his early teens, he often entertained himself by pondering the big questions about God and the universe. Little did he know that the day would come when those questions would form the spiritual foundation upon which he would build the rest of his life. In his late twenties, Keith went through a crisis that stripped him of everything he held dear and left him with no choice but to turn inward for answers. This he did, but the peace and stability he so wanted still eluded him. When he was thirty-two, celestial beings began to appear to him, sharing glimpses of his future and the world's. Not only did they enlighten and guide him, they instructed him to pass their message on to others so that they, too, could learn a higher way of living. Now fifty and living a peaceful, stable life, Keith continues to pursue his passion to both learn and teach about Truthwww.keithanthonyblanchard.com. To listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv *** AND NOW *** The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.com The ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewpaper.com

True Crime and Creepy Time
Louisiana Legends and Folklore

True Crime and Creepy Time

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 49:29


Grab your pirouge and rosary beads and come visit us in Louisiana! Our premiere episode includes a sighting of the Rougarou, which is a cajun werewolf or boogeyman. We talk about ghosts and haunted places here in our neck of the woods, and a trip to The Myrtles where Jess saw ghosts dancing on the front lawn! It will give you the "frisons" just hearing our account of creepy encounters from down the bayou, including folklores about the "lutins", souls of children who passed away before being baptized who are forced to wander the Earth in limbo. And we'll also dive into Spiritism as a way to explain why spirits from the other realm cross into this material world. So bring you Holy water and "Laissez le bon temps rouler", sha, cause we're giving you the lowdown from our home state!Excuse the audio, first timers here, but we promise to get better!Thank you for listening. We hope you enjoyed our first episode and come back for more! Be sure to subscribe, rate and reviewWanna be a part of our show? Catch us LIVE in our Facebook group"True Crime and Creepy Time" every Thursday @ 7PM : https://www.facebook.com/groups/408475224164032/?ref=shareHit us up on Twitter : @truecrimechatsInstagram: @true_crime_chatsTik Tok : @true_crime_chatsEmail: creeperchats@gmail.coWe'd love to hear from you!Materials used for research :https://www.amazon.com/Louisiana-Legends-Lore-American/dp/1467147516All sites found in and near Houma, La : https://houmatravel.com/Rougarou Festival in Houma, La : https://rougaroufest.org/Audubon Zoo Rougarou exhibit : https://www.roadsideamerica.com/tip/6174The Myrtles Plantation: https://www.myrtlesplantation.com/The Jackson House : https://www.andrewjacksonhotel.com/Houma Navigational Bridge:https://bridgehunter.com/la/terrebonne/25508550800001/https://bridgehunter.com/la/terrebonne/25508550800001/Music for Intro provided by Peder B. Helland : https://youtu.be/yJ9lN-K2VnMMusic for Outro provided by Nick Mervis: https://youtu.be/coGLmG0uT4A

Dank Swamp Rebellion
Nostalgic Envie: NerdSwap with 16 Bit Picnic

Dank Swamp Rebellion

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 40:50


Season 3 focuses on local events in our bayou region, and what an amazing first stop! DSR ventures into the wild to the NerdSwap Event in Houma, LA. Tyler loses his mind over 40 year old cellophane, and Cody makes some sweet trades for his turtle flavored gum. These events are what keep the nerd culture alive, with the support of these amazing vendors, talented artists and killer cosplayers! By no surprise, we meet up with our bud's Brad & Alex from 16 Bit Picnic and swap stories of gaming's glory days and get a little sneak peek into their Season 2! So stay chiptuned in! It's a blast to the past here on DSR!   Tune In for Upcoming Events! NerdSwap  Dave's Gaming Galaxy   Check Out! 16 Bit Picnic   Help Support DSR and our Buds! Where Ever Sound Takes You PreSonus Audio New Orleans' own Elmer's CheeWees  Sci-Fi Inspired FX Retroactive Pedals Grab your Music Gear with Bayou Merchandise & Specialties Hang with Daniel Merry on ALT 9.23 DSR Distrokid See what else DSR is up too Dank Swamp Rebellion

IDA Door-Cast
Garage Door Safety Month: Building Codes, High Winds and Garage Doors

IDA Door-Cast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 31:24


How Local Building Departments Can Advance Garage Door SafetyRecent updates to the International Codes requiring labeling of garage doors to include wind pressure ratings will increase the emphasis on code compliance for wind resistance. Join Mike and his guest Mike Wich, the Director of Building Code Administration and Chief Building Official for the South Central Planning and Development Commission based in Houma, Louisiana. Mike and Mike discuss the code requirements for garage doors and openers, and the role that local building departments can play in helping ensure that safe, code compliant garage door installations are the norm. They will also talk about the partnerships between IDA, DASMA, and ICC to observe Garage Door Safety Month in conjunction with ICC's Building Safety Month.

The Courageous Pastors Podcast
Crisis creates space where we see what really matters (w/ Brandon Bilbo)

The Courageous Pastors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 30:16


When you meet Brandon Bilboa two things strike you: He's a bit country, and He's a brilliant leader   Back in 2014 Brandon was a financial advisor, managing a $30MM portfolio. Then he felt called to plant Cross Church in Houma— 20 miles south of New Orleans. For the first 18 months, he pulled double-duty, pastoring during the nights and weekends while working full-time during the normal 9-5 workweek. In its first 6 years, the church grew to 1,200 in attendance.   Recently, Brandon's area was hit by Hurricane Ida— a high-level hurricane that produced flooding as far away as New York City. The wind was so strong in “blew out” the wind gauges. As Brandon says, “It was catastrophic. Everyone was touched by the trauma.”   The day after the storm, Brandon saw his church in action. Turns out, they could move faster than the government because they weren't hamstrung by bureaucracies and processes. And, very quickly, churches began working TOGETHER to help people in need.   Brandon makes an observation, “Pastors in the US pull together when there's a disaster. In other nations where I've been on mission trips, they pull together all the time. That's just how they do it.” He encourages us to make those connections NOW— knowing that, at some point, troubles are coming. Develop the relationships, nurture them… and enjoy them. Eventually, we will need them in other ways.   The recent storms provided a platform for the church to reach everyone, everywhere. Literally. “Everyone had some degree of damage,” he says, “and so everyone was reachable in some way.” One day, in a distribution line, 79 people gave their lives to Jesus. Even though there was no sermon. Even though there was no altar call. On another day, they asked people who came for help if they wanted prayer. Not a single person turned them down. An elderly woman had multiple trees down in her yard. She'd just survived Covid and was now devastated by the disaster. Whereas tree companies price-gouged, volunteers from the church arrived at her home and helped her free of charge. She began weeping. It was the tangible love of Christ in action. “Problems become our opportunity, our chance, to love people,” Brandon reminds us. “That is, if we can keep our poise when those things happen. We still preach the same message we were preaching 2 years ago. But, in some way, it's a bit different. It's less about “come and see” and more about “we're coming to you.”   ++++++++++++++   The Killer Teams Crash Course = www.CourageousPastors.com/cc   Schedule a free Strategy Session:   Brandon's Church, Cross Church = https://crosschurchhouma.com and https://www.facebook.com/crosschurchhouma   Brandon is a coach with CourageousPastors.com = https://www.courageouspastors.com/brandon

Undisturbable The Podcast
HEALTHY ALTERNATIVES + MANAGING THE SEASONS OF LIFE WITH BAILEY LANDRY DOMANGUE

Undisturbable The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 76:58


Welcome to today's show! Join my guest Bailey Landry Domangue and I as we discuss many topics concerning living a healthy lifestyle. Bailey is a former LSU softball player, who turned pro. Today Bailey owns a cafe, located in Houma, Louisiana. Cest' Bon Nutrition offers a wide variety of smoothies, smoothie bowls, avocado toast, soups, and teas that will naturally give you a pick me up. Bailey takes pride in using only quality products at the cafe, with minimal additives. Bailey is also the owner of an athletic apparel line named The Graced Co. and is an affiliate for Earthley Wellness. Crunchi and Primally Pure are products Bailey is affiliated with as well. The links to Bailey's endeavors are located here in the show notes. As always, thank you for tuning it! We appreciate all of you! Stay blessed and don't forget to wake up, thank God and get moving! The affiliate links we talked about: Earthley: https://www.earthley.com/ref/bailey.domangue/ Juice Plus+: https://baileydomangue.juiceplus.com/us/en/products Primally Pure, code "BAILEY" for 10% off: https://primallypure.com/?rfsn=6028029.7817b23 Crunchi: https://www.crunchi.com/baileydomangue --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Christ the King at LSU
Catholicism and Culture - Dr. Jordan Haddad

Christ the King at LSU

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 46:34


"Catholicism and Culture: Transforming the City of Man into the City of God" Special Guest: Dr. Haddad is an Associate Professor of Dogmatic Theology and Director of Lay Ministry Programs at Notre Dame Seminary in New Orleans, a co-founder and co-director of The St. Louis IX Art Society, and a Scholar Associate of the Society for Catholic Scientists. He is originally from Houma, LA, and graduated from LSU in 2012 with a BS in Psychology and a BA in Philosophy. After undergrad, he earned a Master of Arts in Theological Studies from Notre Dame Seminary while also serving at Archbishop Rummel as a campus minister and Mount Carmel Academy as a theology teacher, and he is currently completing his Ph.D. in Systematic Theology from The Catholic University of America in Washington DC. Dr. Haddad currently lives in Kenner, LA, with his wife Shannon, and their two daughters, Lily and Elizabeth.

Crímenes de Terror
Episodio #47 Ronald Joseph Dominique, "El Estrangulador del Pantano"

Crímenes de Terror

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2022 43:07


El asesino en serie, Ronald Joseph Dominique, fue apodado "El Estrangulador del Pantano" durante su reinado de terror de nueve años. Dominique se centró en hombres y niños en su estado natal de Louisiana.Desde 1997 hasta que fue capturado y arrestado en 2006, mató a un total de 23 personas. Según los informes, Dominique vivió tranquilamente durante años con su hermana en un parque de casas rodantes en Houma, Louisiana, antes de mudarse a un refugio donde vivía cuando lo arrestaron.Anteriormente, había sido arrestado siete veces y encarcelado dos veces a lo largo de los años, por una serie de delitos menores, incluidas infracciones de tránsito, agresión simple y alteración del orden público.En 1996, fue acusado de violación y encarcelado, pero su caso nunca llegó a juicio porque no se pudo encontrar a la víctima.Esta es la perturbadora historia de Ronald Joseph Dominique, “El Estrangulador del Pantano”.

The Dismantling You Podcast
Episode 51: Dr. Melissa Thompson On Pelvic Floor Health & Endometriosis

The Dismantling You Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 31:25


Dr. Melissa Thompson Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist is a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from LSU Health Sciences Center in New Orleans.    She has been working exclusively with the pelvic floor and women's health population for several years.    Dr. Mel attended multiple specialist trainings for pelvic floor and work exclusively with women's health and pelvic floor problems, including pregnancy, postpartum, pain with sex, endometriosis, interstitial cystitis, and bladder, and bowel issues.  She loves addressing the body holistically and the difficulty she had finding this kind of care for her own pelvic pain is what drives her to do this work.    Dr. Mel wants to get YOU the best care from a comprehensive, holistic, evidence-based standpoint because that's what works in my years of experience.  She knows that many women are not asking for the help that they should be and are not preparing for pregnancy and birth.    A lack of preparedness is shown clearly in the evidence to lead to more interventions, not understanding what decisions are being made, and not practicing in your body to be set up to take the most control of your labor and birth that you can. This ultimately leads to more leaking, more injury, and slower recovery postpartum returning to your favorite exercise and intimate life. Dr. Mel is currently practicing in her clinic that she opened in July 2020 in Houma, Louisiana You can contact Dr. Mel Thompson here: www.louisianapelvichealth.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lisa-pineda/support

Snap Judgment
Field of Dreams

Snap Judgment

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 49:20 Very Popular


It's the roar of the crowd, on the edge of your seat, in that pivotal moment in history. Is it the Iran Hostage Crisis in Tehran or the 1955 World Series in Brooklyn? For one man, Press Attaché Barry Rosen, it's both. And a Houma man can't be bothered by anyone… except for his best friend, Brown the dog. STORIES Field of Dreams It's the roar of the crowd, on the edge of your seat, in that pivotal moment in history. Is it the Iran Hostage Crisis in Tehran or the 1955 World Series in Brooklyn? For one man, Press Attaché Barry Rosen, it's both. This story recounts experiences of violence and torture. Sensitive listeners, please be advised. Original score by Dirk Schwarzhoff with additional music by Bo Walsh, produced by Bo Walsh Sherlock Hound Kirby Verret's grandpa was a Houma Indian who just wanted to hunt and be free on the Louisiana bayou. He couldn't be bothered by anyone...except for his best friend, Brown the dog. Produced by Stephanie Foo Artwork by Teo Ducot Season 13 - Episode 14

The E.A.R. Podcast
Limited Atonement - aka Definite Redemption

The E.A.R. Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 33:03


Synopsis: Pastor Bill dives into the doctrine of limited atonement. He preaches about the work Jesus Christ did on the cross because the son and the father love us dearly. Limited Atonement is one of the doctrines that some don't understand or do not like. The Bible is clear on what limited atonement means to the Christian. Check out these verses for context. Colossians 1:19-20, Matthew 25:46, along with Revelation 14:11 along with other passages. A sermon preached by Rev. Bill Crawford. Meet the Guest: The Reverend William O. Crawford has been the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Thibodaux for over twenty years. He is also the pastor at the Presbyterian Church in Houma, Louisiana, which is about a 25-to-35-minute drive from Thibodaux. Husband to Julia, father of three Owners of two dogs - "Val" and "Otis." Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen | Bible Translations – New International Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless stated/pointed out during the podcast). --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support

Hot Rod Blues
Hot Rod Blues, Episode 10, Stories from Preston Davis

Hot Rod Blues

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 93:44


Episode 10 - The Great Speckled Bird with HoF Drag Racer, Preston Davis On this episode of the Hot Rod Blues Podcast, the guys take the show on the road again to visit Art & Speed Classic Car Gallery in Collierville, Tennessee, to visit with 2016 Drag Racing Hall of Fame inductee, NHRA Division 2 Champion, NSRL driver, Memphis Rodder, and racing legend, Preston Davis. Art & Speed has three of the cars that he piloted for Raymond Godman on consignment, so it made a perfect setting to interview Preston about his years as the driver of the Bo Weevil nitro fuelers back in the day. We start off with him describing the first Bo Weevil that he restored in the early-2000s for Godman. The car is significant drag racing history as it was the first car to make an official pass down the track at Indy. The car is restored to the specs as it was when driven back then. Mike asks him about a story he heard about him having to push a car over the finish line in Louisiana to win. He said he had to push a car twice to win! Once in the dragster and once in the Funny Car; It's a hell of a story that he spins of running the nationals and Tulsa in the same weekend after they got their first Crowerglide clutch. He was racing Don Prudhomme who broke on the line. Preston had a single, but the rearend broke 200ft out and he had to push the car to the finish line. Shawn asks him about how he got into cars. Preston goes on to tell them about his exploits as a teenager sneaking his parents ‘47 Nash out of the driveway. He got caught racing on the street one time with his mom's ‘58 Belair and went to juvenile detention. His dad was not too happy. Shawn then asks him how he started driving the Bo Weevil. Preston used to race a ‘50 Mercury with a Chevy engine in it that he used to race. Then, he got a ‘51 Merc with a 327 Chevy in it and was the terror of Summer Avenue. He started driving the Bo Weevil at George Ray's Wildcat Drag Strip in Paragould, Arkansas, when Joe Monday who owned it at the time asked him to drive it after the original driver, Hugh Walker, got drafted. Javi asks about his friend and crew chief, Ray Godman's street rod. Ray was a paraplegic and drove the car with a cable attached to a dog collar. Preston changes the story to the story of selling the cars sitting there in the showroom and the conversation with Ray about handling getting them sold as a package deal. Mike asks him what the most trouble was he got into while traveling. He tells the story of having to drive to Houma after being up all night thrashing on the car. He had to make a run on alcohol to qualify in time. He qualified 16th (last) at 9.00 seconds, then proceeded to run the fastest E.T. on the first elimination run with 7.01. After they got down to four cars, it started raining, so they split the money. Preston was worn out and Raymond had to drive to the next race in Pheonix City, Alabama. Preston's next story was about his forced retirement from drag racing because of his age. His doctor wouldn't clear him for his NHRA physical because of his age, so in 2020, he hung up his racing gloves. He would race again tomorrow if he could, his passion is palpable for the sport of drag racing and it's easy to see. We wrap with a story of Raymond being shot in Korea and their relationship. They had an on-again/off-again relationship but he loved Raymond like a brother and they were friends until Ray passed away a few years ago. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shawn-young2/support

The E.A.R. Podcast
Five Points (TILUP)

The E.A.R. Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 37:53


Synopsis: Pastor Bill explains what Calvinists call the TULIP or the five points. This sermon is a short overview of how Christians can understand what this acronym stands for and how it can be applied to our lives today. Join us for real and simple worship. A sermon preached by Rev. Bill Crawford. Meet the Guest: The Reverend William O. Crawford has been the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Thibodaux for over twenty years. He is also the pastor at the Presbyterian Church in Houma, Louisiana, which is about a 25-to-35-minute drive from Thibodaux. Husband to Julia, father of three Owners of two dogs - "Val" and "Otis." Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen | Bible Translations – New International Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless stated/pointed out during the podcast). --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support

The Back Doctors Podcast with Dr. Michael Johnson
229 Dr. Coleman Cormier - Disc Herniation

The Back Doctors Podcast with Dr. Michael Johnson

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 15:37


Spine specialist, Dr. Coleman Cormier shares a story of a patient who was injured in an automobile accident that resulted in a large disc herniation in her lower back. Dr. Coleman Cormier was raised in Bossier City, Louisiana where he graduated from Parkway High School in 2005.  He then moved to Thibodeaux, Louisiana to attend Nicholls State University where he earned his degree in General Studies in 2010.  Upon completion of his undergraduate degree, he attended Palmer College of Chiropractic Florida in Port Orange, Florida.  Upon graduation from Palmer College in 2013, he returned to Thibodeaux to begin his career.  He worked in both Houma and Baton Rouge for seven years before joining Dr. Shay Corbin's team at Medical Spine-Spine and Sports Injury and Rehab Centers.  Dr. Coleman utilizes a variety of soft tissue and spinal manipulation techniques to treat a diverse population and a wide range of ailments.  He is married to Amanda Cormier, a teacher at Dutchtown High School.  He enjoys hunting, outdoor sports, competitive shooting, and family activities in his free time.  Dr. Cormier's goal as a chiropractic physician is to provide the best care possible for his patients utilizing a variety of techniques learned both in chiropractic training and through his continuing education. Resources: www.medspine411.com Find a Back Doctor The Cox 8 Table by Haven Medical The Back Doctors Podcast

Crime Capsule
The Thibodaux Massacre: An Interview with author John Desantis PT 2

Crime Capsule

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2022 62:14


On November 23, 1887, white vigilantes gunned down unarmed black laborers and their families due to strikes on Louisiana sugar cane plantations. A future member of the U.S. House of Representatives was among the leaders of a mob that routed black men from houses and forced them to a stretch of railroad track, ordering them to run for their lives before gunning them down. According to a witness, the guns firing in the black neighborhoods sounded like a battle. Author and award-winning reporter John DeSantis uses correspondence, interviews and federal records to detail this harrowing true story. John DeSantis is the senior staff writer at the Times of Houma, Louisiana. A product of New York City, his work has previously appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post and other publications. A journalist whose criminal justice background was attained at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York, he has covered social justice and race relations extensively in New York, Louisiana, Mississippi, Florida, North Carolina and California. He is also a former city editor at the Thibodaux Daily Comet. His other books include For the Color of His Skin: The Murder of Yusuf Hawkins and the Trial of Bensonhurst and the New Untouchables: How America Sanctions Police Violence. A recipient of numerous awards from the Louisiana Press Association, the Associated Press Managing Editors Association and other news media organizations, DeSantis resides in Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana. The Thibodaux Massacre: Racial Violence and the 1887 Sugar Cane Labor Strike

Crime Capsule
The Thibodaux Massacre: An Interview with author John Desantis

Crime Capsule

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2022 58:01


Fear, rumor and white supremacist ideals clashed with an unprecedented labor action spawned an epic tragedy. On November 23, 1887, white vigilantes gunned down unarmed black laborers and their families due to strikes on Louisiana sugar cane plantations. A future member of the U.S. House of Representatives was among the leaders of a mob that routed black men from houses and forced them to a stretch of railroad track, ordering them to run for their lives before gunning them down. According to a witness, the guns firing in the black neighborhoods sounded like a battle. Author and award-winning reporter John DeSantis uses correspondence, interviews and federal records to detail this harrowing true story. John DeSantis is the senior staff writer at the Times of Houma, Louisiana. A product of New York City, his work has previously appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post and other publications. A journalist whose criminal justice background was attained at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York, he has covered social justice and race relations extensively in New York, Louisiana, Mississippi, Florida, North Carolina and California. He is also a former city editor at the Thibodaux Daily Comet. His other books include For the Color of His Skin: The Murder of Yusuf Hawkins and the Trial of Bensonhurst and the New Untouchables: How America Sanctions Police Violence. A recipient of numerous awards from the Louisiana Press Association, the Associated Press Managing Editors Association and other news media organizations, DeSantis resides in Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana. The Thibodaux Massacre: Racial Violence and the 1887 Sugar Cane Labor Strike

The E.A.R. Podcast
The Word Proclaimed: The Incomprehensibility of God

The E.A.R. Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2022 39:44


Synopsis: We tend to want to control every aspect of our lives, and we tend to "remove" God from His post, so to speak. We need not forget that God's will for our lives will never fail. Yes, we are like God, yet He is not like us, and he does not change. As incomprehensive as God is, we should still study who He is. God has called us into a relationship, and His incomprehensibility is far surpassed our thinking. Tune into this sermon, The Incomprehensibility of God. A sermon preached by Rev. Bill Crawford. Meet the Guest: The Reverend William O. Crawford has been the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Thibodaux for over twenty years. He is also the pastor at the Presbyterian Church in Houma, Louisiana, which is about a 25-to-35-minute drive from Thibodaux. Husband to Julia, father of three Owners of two dogs - "Val" and "Otis." Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen | Bible Translations – New International Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless stated/pointed out during the podcast).Music: © --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support

KANE 1240 AM
CHS vs. Houma Christian - February 11, 2022

KANE 1240 AM

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 12, 2022 97:36


7-2A High School Hoops as Catholic High hosts Houma Christian.

The E.A.R. Podcast
The Word Proclaimed: Common Grace

The E.A.R. Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2022 28:56


Synopsis: There are times that we are not ourselves. However, we see God as perfect and unchanging. God's common grace to the order of the world permeates the universe. We as humans cannot judge God based on the world's failures, but we can see His grace at work in sustaining us through the failures of the world. (This is part of the Doctrines of the Church Series.) Tune into this episode of faith and sickness! Meet the Guest: The Reverend William O. Crawford has been the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Thibodaux for over twenty years. He is also the pastor at the Presbyterian Church in Houma, Louisiana, which is about a 25-to-35-minute drive from Thibodaux. Husband to Julia, father of three Owners of two dogs - "Val" and "Otis." Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen | Bible Translations – New International Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless voiced/noted during the podcast).Music: © Adobe Stock (Revered One). --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support

The E.A.R. Podcast
The Word Proclaimed: God's Aseity

The E.A.R. Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2022 32:49


Synopsis: We exhibit a life of luxury, yet we did not build that life. We forget that God is the reason we have that luxurious life. We learn in this sermon that God is consistent, and we are not. God is the same today as he was yesterday. God loves us to the end. Tune into this episode of faith and sickness! Meet the Guest: The Reverend William O. Crawford has been the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Thibodaux for over twenty years. He is also the pastor at the Presbyterian Church in Houma, Louisiana which is about a 25-to-35-minute drive from Thibodaux. Husband to Julia, father of three Owner of two dogs - "Val" and "Otis". Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen | Bible Translations – English Standard Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless stated/noted during the podcast).Music: © Adobe Stock (Revered One). --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support

The E.A.R. Podcast
The Word Proclaimed: Amen

The E.A.R. Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 31:17


Synopsis: Rev. Bill Crawford of First Presbyterian Church of Thibodaux, Louisiana delivers the first sermon of his series on the theology of God. Rev. Crawford starts the series on the word Amen. As found in the New Testament, the word Amen is found 103 times. The word is used in the Hebrew and Greek languages. Rev. Crawford even gives and explanation on why words were repeated to show meaning as the the phrase, "truly, truly" Meet the pastor: The Reverend William O. Crawford has been the pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Thibodaux for over twenty years. He is also the pastor at the Presbyterian Church in Houma, Louisiana which is about a 25 to 35 minute drive from Thibodaux. Husband to Julia, father of three Owner of two dogs - "Val" and "Otis". Scriptures: Psalm 84, Matthew 8:5-12, and John 14:12-16. Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen | Bible Translations – New International Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless stated/noted during the podcast). Music: N/A. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support

Undisturbable The Podcast
Binge Eating + Meal Prepping with Chrisitina Castillo

Undisturbable The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 84:45


Welcome back to Undisturbable The Podcast. On today's show I hosted Christina Castillo from Shredskiz, a meal prep service based in Houma, Louisiana. Christina and I talk about the day to day operations involved in running a meal prep service and share ideas on how to balance life and work. During our interview Christina opens up about her struggles with binge eating. I know many of the listeners out there are fighting similar battles and I hope the interview leaves you inspired and left with the understanding that you are not alone. Shredskiz.com Instagram: @shredskiz Facebook: Shredskiz Tik Tok: @shredskiz --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Illuminati Exposed Radio
HOUMA POLICE-36YR OLD BLACK MAN KILLED

Illuminati Exposed Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 14:57


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Louisiana Great Outdoors with Don Dubuc
Checking In On Terrebonne Parish

Louisiana Great Outdoors with Don Dubuc

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 16:49


Gordon Dove joins Don Dubuc to talk about the latest recovery process in Houma and the surrounding area. 

The DTB Podcast, Presented by Bless Your Heart Nonprofit Corporation
S1E8 - Jason Pitre with Bayou Rosa Oyster Farms and United Houma Nation

The DTB Podcast, Presented by Bless Your Heart Nonprofit Corporation

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2021 23:21


In episode eight, Jeray Jambon Jarreau fills in for Brennan Matherne, to talk to Jason Pitre with Bayou Rosa Oyster Farms and The United Houma Nation. Jason comes from a long line of leaders in the United Houma Nation and is doing his part to carry on the legacy of his parents, grandparents, and even great grandparents. From the way he and his wife are raising their son to his multiple career choices, Jason explains how he is doing this in today's modern world. For more information, please see the links below: https://unitedhoumanation.org/ https://www.facebook.com/Bayourosaoysterfarm/ The DTB Podcast is presented by Bless Your Heart Nonprofit Corporation. For more information on Bless Your Heart, you can follow them at: Facebook - www.facebook.com/blessyourheartnonprofit Twitter - @BYHNonprofit To support to Bless Your Heart, you can donate at: PayPal: blessyourheartnonprofit@gmail.com Venmo: @blessyourheartnonprofit --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-dtb-podcast/support