Rapheal Davis is hosting a dinner you can attend to help raise money for his charity. You'll get to mingle with former and current basketball greats, and maybe a surprise or two.
Spokane County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich has written a harsh letter to Washington State leaders about the homeless camp problem in his city. The letter sent September 22nd 2022 is in response to the homeless camp in Spokane in which Knezovich describes as " inhumane conditions created by WSDOT's inaction." His letter, which you can read in full below, describes his plans for solving the problem that are nothing short of controversial. Here is what he is going to do.LIKE & SUBSCRIBE for new videos everyday. https://bit.ly/3KBUDSK
This month Kali invites us to practice ruthless compassion. She shows us how to destroy ignorance, judgment, and unhealthy connections with the people, places, and things that no longer serve us. She does this with fierce love and ruthless compassion to create spaciousness for new beginnings. See Kali's full message for October at Transformation Goddess and claim your goddess card message for a small love offering.
Erica Sloan is the Lifestyle Editor at digital wellness publication and community Well+Good. She writes and edits articles about sleep, sex, astrology, travel, career, financial wellness, and other elements of daily life that intersect with one's well-being. Before joining Well+Good in 2021, she worked as an editorial assistant at Prevention magazine and assistant editor at Martha Stewart Living and Martha Stewart Weddings magazines. In today's episode, Erica pulls back the curtain on her career, company, and editorial process. She shares what does and doesn't make the cut in her inbox, how she finds ideas for her editorial content, what Well+Good is and isn't looking for - and her personal pitching preferences. Here's what you'll learn:How Erica Sloan first found her way into journalism and writing How she realized a media career was best for her Learn how Erica got her start in the magazine industry and interned with the New York ObserverHear how she experienced media acquisitions at the start of her careerLearn more about the Well+Good platform and communityLearn about Erica's role as Lifestyle Editor at Well+GoodLearn what items make the cut from pitches for the Well+Good lifestyle vertical Erica's tips for best pitching practices for lifestyle storiesWhat types of articles is she covering at Well+GoodWhat a day 2 or 3 take is on a piece - and how that relates to Well+GoodThe definition of Evergreen contentAnd More! Socials + Website: Well+Good Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamwellandgood/Erica Sloan Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ericapaigesloan/Well+Good Website: https://www.wellandgood.com/Sign up For Lexie's Weekly Insider to Receive Insider Tips, Invites, & More at: https://theprbarinc.com/newsworthy/Interested in learning more about Pitchin'? Book a Free Consultation here.Instagram: @theprbar_inc
Residency interview invites often come at a heavily clinical period of medical school. In this episode, AMA News senior writer Brendan Murphy, is joined by Liz Southworth, MD, a third-year obstetrics and gynecology resident at Michigan Medicine, to discuss how to manage interview invites, what to do if you don't get enough of them and how to prioritize your opportunities.
“We're going HOG HUNTING!” the conservative pro-gun Republican said in a new YouTube offer. “Enter for the chance for you and a guest to join me in Texas for a good ole' fashioned hog hunt,” she added. Federal tax collections are likely to reach a record high in the current fiscal year, rising as much as $1 trillion since the previous period. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis privately called his former ally Donald Trump a 'moron' and 'f***ing nuts,' according to a Tuesday report detailing the popular Republican leader's recent rise to prominence. Mayor Dyer and Mike Leonardo are in studio to talk about the Measure C half-cent sales tax renewal that is officially headed to the November ballot. The Fresno County Board of Supervisors made the final vote today to place the 30 year, nearly $7 billion tax before voters this fall. The meeting lasted just six minutes and had no public comment. The supervisors voted unanimously to approve the expenditure plan, despite opposition from community advocates who demanded more time for public input.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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A West Central Tribune Minute feature story: Bethesda, which has provided elder care in Willmar for decades, is celebrating its 125th anniversary on Sunday. The entire community is invited to an afternoon of fun, fellowship and history.
Chasing Justice with Lt. Joe Pangaro – The strength of America and her leaders affects the stability of the world. A weak America invites evil to push for power, threaten war, and destroy freedom. We are seeing the reality of a weak America and the ripples created across the globe as well as in our own country. Lt. Joe takes a look at how this plays out in...
Chasing Justice with Lt. Joe Pangaro – The strength of America and her leaders affects the stability of the world. A weak America invites evil to push for power, threaten war, and destroy freedom. We are seeing the reality of a weak America and the ripples created across the globe as well as in our own country. Lt. Joe takes a look at how this plays out in...
Issue 2. Episode 16Greetings,I'd like to welcome you to the first day of Fall in the Northern Hemisphere by telling you a story and linking it to how and what we do at Off the Charts: A Stellar Newscast!First, I want to say that when “reading” the skies, I find helpful to indeed read them. I like perceiving the planets as celestial intelligences, greater beings than we humans, off on jaunts from familiar to strange lands, chatting with one another as they go, offering loving or stern (or both!) opinions about what each other is doing. Because our lives are best lived and understood when we understand, share, and learn from our own personal stories, it makes sense to me that a technical grasp of what makes a good story helps with the practical application of astrology.That's why I assign the gods roles based upon their history as specific character actors. I also give them plotlines and dialogue, while taking note of their place in certain environments: I am mindful of how a love story feels different if it takes place on the Titanic compared to how it might if it were unfolding in a Parisian café post WWII. All of this comes from the techniques I learned from my teacher, Acytua-bhava Dasa.So, back to our story.As I stressed previously in a post to patron subscribers, as Venus picks her way through Virgo in the sky currently, she invites us to look in earnest at what is a mere simulacrum of what we think is beautiful and true, versus what is everlastingly transcendent.This is not an idle, dinner party prompt, but a considered question, pondered by our beauty queen Venus who, even before her trek through Virgo, has already made it through some potentially rough terrain.Whatever she's seen, it will certainly make her a great conversationalist at dinner parties, and a source of wisdom gained from her travels we might well heed, as Episode 16 gently but most certainly demonstrates.In her most recent travels, Venus first found herself earlier this year near the terminus of Cancer, where the quiet Moon doesn't rough anyone up, but when dark and inscrutable Pluto flashed his junk at our queen from across the platform in Capricorn, it probably left our lady with a case of the scaries. By the time Venus entered the Land of Leo and found herself looking across the way at Saturn, most likely, all the girl wanted to do was party and be pampered.In response, Saturn might have said, “If that's what you want, girlfriend, then here're all the goodies you need to make a beautiful, even if false, impression – but I want those back, and when I come for them, I'm taking you with me.”If she took that bait, then Venus shouldn't be surprised when, just as he did for Faust, just as he did for Don Giovanni, even as he seems to be doing now for our former president who has a penchant for simulated gold and glitter, Saturn in his Grim Reaper guise will indeed come for what is his.But not so fast. While in Virgo, Venus has been able to sneak in a stimulating and harmonious rendez-vous with the electrifying Uranus, the vacationing Venus's guest back home in Taurus. Maybe this thrilling triste (conducted by way of a trine through the airwaves, a very Uranian activity!) restored her confidence in dealing with Saturn.We won't know for sure until after Venus has checked in with Neptune.If we only consume pop astrology sources, then Venus in Virgo is a b***h. But for me, Venus in Virgo brings the kind of melancholy I remember feeling as a teenager who was lonely and at times even desperate and suicidal. That was at a time when thoughts of suicide were still considered so horribly taboo, you would never breathe a word of it to anyone, unlike today where there is even an expectation that at some point in our Modern Western Living lives, we will experience these feelings and will know to get help.Decades later, I look back and see that Venus in Virgo experience for what it actually is: a longing to be whole and beautiful, to unite with what is perfect.But of course, once something is perfect, it's dead. Life is dynamic. Once a threshold is reached (Virgo is the sign of the thresher, after all), it must give way to what is new. That is the core of Saturn's message.While ancient doctrine describes Venus in Mercury's home of Virgo as being where she is most homesick for her naturally voluptuous, receptive, and unified land of Taurus, soon she will be able to host her own dinner parties. If Venus in Virgo represents our secret desires to be loved, flaws and all, this might be the topic of conversation a week from now, when on Sept. 30, Venus leaves Virgo and enters her second homebase of Libra, the place where she leans on her more extroverted side.But first, she will check in with Neptune, who might say to her in a soothing way, “If it makes you happy, I will sprinkle glitter dust upon the deceptions you've created from the goodies Saturn gave you; or, if you prefer, I will wash away the false bits from Saturn's material treasures, and you can use those renewed and refreshed resources to ground a new dream you wish to build.”Considering Venus's perambulations around the Zodiac and back to Libra is occurring within the cycle of “walk your talk”, which is what Mars in Gemini about to retrograde indicates we need to do, as Elisabeth explained in Episode 14, we can imagine what Venus will choose, that is to say, what each of us might choose in the episodic unfolding of our own lives.In many ways, episode 16 is a very Venus in Virgo episode. Reunited again after about a month of being pulled in opposite directions for various reasons, Elisabeth and I not only hammer the corporate broadcast media for their neglect of what our country, and our world, actually needs coverage of, we also look at how Venus is reflecting to us the signal to pay attention to what is real, what is beautiful, what will carry our hopes from this exasperated and gasping end-of-an-era to the next.Applying what is happening in the skies to what is happening here on earth, also known as mundane astrology, is what Elisabeth and I do in these podcasts. Except instead of my fictional accounts of what is happening between the gods, Elisabeth painstakingly documents each week, how the celestial conversations actually do play out.It's important to note, the news isn't happening as it does because the gods have little puppet strings attached to our limbs. The news of the day is as it is thanks to our free will, and how we are choosing our own adventures individually and collectively. My stories of the gods are morality tales that I make up as a sort of mnemonic device for understanding how the archetypes of the universe might manifest in and through us.My hope is that after you have a listen to this episode, the headlines Elisabeth and I – both former corporate media insiders – discuss and suggest are likely not true, are certainly deceptive, and/or created for the sake of draining your power and your dreams rather than enhancing it, you will gain insight into the kind of framework you must build for yourself in order to see the world as it truly is, rather than have your attention slotted according to someone else's manipulation of you so they can vampirically feed off your power for their own gain.Back to our dinner with the gods…We see that as Venus sets the table, Uranus and Saturn are preparing to square off from their current fixed stances in Taurus and Aquarius. We'll get dinner and a show, a throw down of some kind!And don't forget, whereas Uranus is Venus's guest in Taurus, Saturn is her most favored guest in the Halls of Libra, according to ancient doctrine. That leave the Sun, though welcome, not the one most high, literally so. Will that mean that Venus will focus our attention on what Saturn says must die, and that perhaps what we have “held on high” might not be what we want to continue to love and invest our time in, two very Venusian activities?Will Venus, having made it through the gauntlet, now feel empowered because she has evaluated what is beautiful at a granular level, and is ready to decide for herself what is valuable, what is real, what is true – and best of all, what is meaningful to her – instead of letting anyone else, such as the corporate media, do it for her?If you think of yourself as an avatar of Venus, you can ask yourself these same questions.With all these celestial musical chairs, what masks might slip, what falsities crumble, what sudden revelations, might echo and reverberate in our next forecast?Look up!xWhitney and ElisabethSHOW NOTESWe had the usual Mercury retrograde snafus, so apologies for it being later than we normally like to deliver it. I am hotspotting from my cell phone in order to publish!Erratum: Exxon-Mobile's profits most recently hae been reported at $20bn US, not $30bn US, as I say in the show.And lastly, here are the promised links from the show:Regarding the artist, Karen Fitzgerald:FitzgeraldArt – The art of Karen Fitzgerald: The Energy of Visual Art Changes EverythingRegarding HRH Queen Elizabeth II:Why Capitalists, not the queen, were responsible for the British Empire's crimes: How the East India Company Became the World's Most Powerful Monopoly - HISTORY Why HRH is responsible for the British Empire's crimes: Queen Elizabeth II Wasn't Innocent of the British Empire's Colonial Sins (foreignpolicy.com)How colonial Africa feels about the queen: NY TimesThe Crown on NetflixRegarding our astrological traditions:Nightlight Astrology School of Traditional AstrologyThe teaching of the late Noel TylRegarding where to get unbiased news:Popular InformationThe TangleRegarding King Charles's (implied) approval of astrology:A Royal Seal of Approval for Astrological Studies? - Astrology News ServiceRegarding my work exploring the connection between corporate greed and our depression rates: docu-mentalThe forecast that is the foundation of this newscast: Grace Astrology The astrology business of yours truly, Whitney Fishburn: Ensouled Astrology This is a public episode. 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Rick Croft, the director of Madison Cares at Madison School District, talks about September as Suicide Prevention Awareness month. On September 26th, Madison Cares will a host a free showing of the film My Ascension at 6 p.m. at Madison High School's performing arts center.
This year's Homecoming will bring back old traditions, but will also introduce new ones to celebrate school spirit and welcome the community back to their home school. https://bit.ly/3Lwmhlk #WoodlandSchoolDistrict #WoodlandPublicSchools #WoodlandHighSchool #Homecoming2022 #HomeSweetHomecoming #Football #Community #StudentLedTours #SchoolSpirit #Alumni #Students #WoodlandWa #ClarkCountyWa #ClarkCountyNews #ClarkCountyToday
Calendar invites. Rare parents get a lot of 'em. And we pretty much have to click yes every single time.Mindset is key. Stronger Every Day is sponsored by The Disorder Channel. It's dedicated to rare diseases and other types of disabilities. Over 100 film and video titles, including a few video versions of this podcast. Available for free right now on Roku and Amazon Fire TV. The Disorder Channel. The most rare stories in the world. https://www.thedisordercollection.com/Are you on our Discord server RARE & RELATABLE? It's a 24/7 chatroom for people dealing with rare diseases and other types of disabilities. We even have a closed channel for Hao-Fountain / USP7 families. Click here to join: discord.gg/7UFUPAFs8K
Join Brother Mark Schroeder as he is interviewed by guest host Darleen Pryds. Mark explores the priority of living in community, in peace and mutual understanding while being passionate for justice and nonviolence advocacy. For a video version of this episode, see: https://youtu.be/9oKMNktEKJI From Brother Mark's interview: “As a Franciscan, early on, I was active in nonviolent demonstrations, many times ending up in jail. That's beyond the way I was raised and the way I operated when I was a kid. But through that, I really realized the importance of standing up for what you believe, the importance of taking risks. I would've never dreamt of that. And my whole spiritual quest is always, I believe God invites everybody. God invited me into each of these situations so I could learn and grow and see how I handled each one, based on nonviolence.” “The first time I was ever arrested was Lawrence Livermore lab, which is outside of Oakland, where the nuclear weapons and other weaponry are being developed. It was a Good Friday celebration up there, and that was the first time I ever risked arrest and ended up, ironically, … in the Japanese concentration camps in Livermore. They still exist, but they still had the buildings and that's where we were, a gigantic number of people. And so I've always been involved with nuclear weapons, the abolition of them. I still am.” “One has to always be aware of oneself, what's going on. And with that, the only way I can teach about being a Christian is you have be active. Do actions that promote justice and peace and non-violence. When I'm outta whack, then it's not gonna work. So that's why I continue to do the best I can to stay focused.” “I believe anybody that lives in the United States is an addict. It comes in different forms. But if you live in our consumer culture there's addictions, compulsions. So I do my best to stay on top of that. I'm in a 12-step group.” “Fraternity is the most important thing we have. I wanted that always in religious life, … I've grown to realize that I live with people, I choose to live with people. I choose to interact with them daily. … It can be hard sometimes because of different personalities and I'm sure it's hard for some other friar to live with me, but in reality, it's just the joy. … With it [fraternity], I don't have really a care in the world. It's really a spiritual blessing for me to live in community.” “Prayer together is important, but prayer has to be enlivening, not just rote and not just cuz we have to do it. Prayer is important together because it's a countercultural way of relating to each other. Communication is really important. ... Since I've been guardian, we've been meeting every Wednesday at four o'clock and a person can verbalize whatever they wanna say. They don't have to talk about feelings if they're not in the mood. I use mutual invitation and that's where one person starts and then that person picks the next person. … The guys tell me that it's really made us a community and continues to. So there's that kind of communication. Also, the friar lifestyle, having meals together is important. … I encourage every friar to have a spiritual director and or therapist if that's needed. And I always tell 'em price is no object, but to be in religious life, you can't be making decisions on your own. You have to really keep discerning God's will not your will. And the fruit of that for me, is happier, healthier guys living together.” For a full transcript, please include episode number and email: firstname.lastname@example.org. References: “Jesuits in California”: https://www.jesuitswest.org/about-us/the-jesuits/ Discernment: There are many spiritual traditions of discernment; here is a video introduction to Ignatian (Jesuit) discernment: https://www.ignatianspirituality.com/what-is-ignatian-spirituality/the-ignatian-way/what-is-discernment/ - here are some Franciscan discernment resources: https://osfphila.org/discernment-franciscan-style/ Franciscan Province of St Barbara: https://sbfranciscans.org/ Fraternity: a Franciscan perspective on fraternitas in a broader social context; also as related to Pope Francis' writing in Fratelli Tutti: https://sacredheartfla.org/2022/05/13/fraternitas-friar-reflections-the-fifth-week-of-easter/ Social Justice involvements: Franciscans for Justice: https://www.franciscansforjustice.org/ Nevada Desert Experience: http://nevadadesertexperience.org/ Example of Good Friday Protest at Lawrence Livermore Lab: https://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2011/04/25/18678001.php https://www.santabarbaramission.org/
Friend, you are chosen for God's family. Like Ruth, we are invited into God's family tree when we choose to believe in His Son, His death, and His resurrection. Friend, you are chosen for God's family. You are not an accidental or peripheral branch. You were invited in on purpose.Join the conversation: https://incourage.me/?p=227247--The fall issue of DaySpring's Everyday Faith Magazine is now on newsstands! Pick up a copy today on DaySpring.com or at your local grocery store, Sam's Club, Costco, Walmart, Barnes & Noble, or wherever you buy magazines. The (in)courage podcast is brought to you by DaySpring, makers of your favorite cards, books, and gifts. Visit them today at DaySpring.com.
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Exploring the most recent league controversy Kristin's big idea Does Dave have the worst team in league history? Breaking down last week's games Parting shots Outro music supplied by Jerome Garcia and Robert Hunter
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"LUKE 16:1-13 REFLECTION (part 2) - Dishonest Wealth" Kids Ministry Coffee Break 71: Jesus invites us to repurpose worldly tools for heavenly good. What are the opportunities you have to do so? I know…this is unusual. I couldn't help but keep reflecting on this passage and the whole idea of “dishonest wealth” or “worldly wealth” or “dishonest mammon” depending on what translation you use. What did Jesus mean? Act Cleverly is certainly something we should focus on and put into practice, but this idea of dishonest wealth stuck with me. We are in ministry, you and I. We are always trying to think through new ways to do things. We are often confronted with situations we really have to be prayerful about. Money is no exception. It has been said, “We put ‘In God We Trust' upon the god we trust.” Is it Christian to be rich? Can we justify being rich when there are so many people dying of perfectly fixable issues like needing clean water or mosquito nets? Is Jesus going to have questions for us when we enjoy a life of excesses, like ice-cream and new phones and new clothes…all while people around the world struggle to survive? These are questions that haunt me. Should the church be concerned with spending $13,000 on restoring stained-glass windows…9 of them!…when the world needs so much help? We ALL have a love for money. And, if you think you don't, pay attention just how much you are working to protect an image of yourself verses your real self. Don't think I'm judging…because I'm not. This is a struggle for me, too. But making friends with dishonest wealth is such a beautiful challenge by Jesus. Take something that is not a heavenly tool…and use it for a heavenly purpose. The dishonest manager used money for his own gain throughout his career and then used money for his gain once he was being fired. His actions were all about him and taking care of himself. We aren't to emulate that, necessarily, but we are to be clever in how we use this tool called “money” or “mammon.” We have the opportunity to use this worldly tool in a heavenly way. We can use it not for its intended purposes…because we belong to a God who uses all things for good. Right? It's not just money either. What kind of worldly tools are at your disposal…that you can use for the Kingdom? What are ways we can commandeer the tools around us to serve God? Social media is one that comes to mind. Maybe a less reputable establishment has opened its doors near your church… —so then, how can you be clever and seize this opportunity to build the Kingdom? Jesus invites us to look at everything through a different lens. Even dishonest wealth can become a tool for making friends, he says. As a minister, you are obviously a creative person. You have to be to do your work. So expand your vision of creativity. Spend time in prayer with your volunteers and colleagues. In what ways can you take “dishonest tools” and use them for God? Let's keep going with this passage and see where it might take us next. Have a great weekend, friends. May your Sunday plans go to perfection as God would define it…even if it doesn't go to perfection as you would define it. Amen!?
“As a child, I collected costume jewelry, and I would put it in ice cream cone boxes because they were festive and colorful. When I continued on in my education, all of my teachers recognized my talent and my gift and they kept coming to my parents saying we think this child needs art lessons. My mother's friend has her master's degree in painting and she said that I can teach Paula. I started initially as painting and printmaking and drawing and sculpture more than I did jewelry and graduated with honors from VCU in Richmond, Virginia. Then went on a full scholarship to the University of Wisconsin Madison, for my master's degree in fine arts," said Paula Crevoshay, fine jewelry designer.Paula Crevoshay, the Queen of Color, is known for her one-of-a-kind vibrantly hued creations in a dazzling rainbow of gemstones and enamels. She has traveled to many interesting places including India where she practiced her craft outside of jewelry making. Then when she came back to the states, her passion for gems and jewelry was brought to life. “I had one woman shows in India I got whisked away to India, where the jewelry part starts to become important in my life. We were there for years without coming home and I was exposed to so much antiquity and brilliance. I cannot describe how infinite India and Sri Lanka and Thailand were, the history of art and anything from textile to a jewel to a painting, it's just very inspirational. I did one-woman shows to show my paintings and sculpture work, and the British Council for the Arts bought some for their permanent collection. When we came back home, we weren't sure what we were going to do. So, we decided we'd help the Tibetans because my late husband, George was a Ph.D. in Buddhist philosophy and linguistics and that is why we were there. We did vegetable-dyed handwoven Tibetan rugs and shipped them out by sea and by the time they reached his mother's home, in Boston, and by the time we got back, she had already sold all the carpets. Then we sold carpets and were doing very well. But George decided it was killing his back and he wants to do something different. He went off to Burma on a research project for his linguistics and things that he was working on and he went to an ancient holy site and met a gentleman, at a mountain in Burma, overlooking 1000 stupas, it's a holy place for Buddha. And he said, You're obviously American, and you have a Tibetan jolla on what are you doing here? And he said, Oh, I'm going to invest in a rupee mine and my friends want to take me on a tour of it. George says That sounds cool. Can I come along? So a simple twist of fate. George comes back from that trip and says, we need to go into the gemstones,” said Paula.Paula is inspired by nature when she crafts her pieces and she believes artists today must understand and apply the underlying science to their work.I had to know my geomorphology in order to make what I want to make, what's available, and why and how durable is it. I started long ago making stories through the jewelry, through the stones that I selected to reveal something about the science of that gem location, the science of that, that mineral. For example, George started cutting for the very famous Stewart Lithium Mine in Southern California, outside of San Diego for a three-year period. I accumulated a lot of material from that landmine location. What I decided to do is make a bracelet for example, of like three or 400 stones, and it's all flexible. To tell the story of one of our greatest minds in most famous lines in the terminal in the field because the Empress Dowager the last Empress Dowager was exporting tonnage of our very vast and beautiful terminal aids. Their favorite stone and most auspicious and lucky stone in the Chinese culture is the rubellite tourmaline. I had exposure to mine locations, I would say George spoke and wrote seven South Asian languages reading, writing, speaking, and many other Western ones as well. So everywhere we went, we would go right to the heart of everything. The world was my oyster. I do things to tell the story of homology. I also use refractive indices in my work to do like a spectrum of light pieces. I've done five one-woman shows for museums. The last one was the shown shape of matter through an artist I, and I had about 75 pieces, and I set them up all by the seven-crystal system. There are only seven that creates this whole planet we have and I did that so that I could teach children and adults alike when they would view that there's something behind these pieces. I did what I call my symphony of light collections, where you have some stones that are highly dispersive. Then you have others that are more gentle and prismatic. So I would put all these things together into something highly ornamental and exquisitely beautiful. But when you turn it in the light, it shoots back to the human eye on many different levels, like a dance of life, or a disco ball. So, I've always been fascinated by science. My father was a great scientist, with many, many patterns and I do have a bit of his wiring. My mother's side was the more artistic and creative side. He was creative, because he got a lot of patents, but it was science,” said Paula.Paula also talks about her Big Reveal piece and how she uses her skills and style to make it hers. Tune in to learn more about her story and the piece that will be displayed at the October 8th fashion show event.
Garry and Sherriff Mims sit and talk about her long and historied 40 year carreer as she get ready for a well deserved retirement. The conversation explores the Sherriff's groundbreaking career becoming the first woman to hold several titles along the way to Sherriff. Plus they talk CCW's, gun rights, her controversial stance on masks during the covid shutdown, the improvements in conditons in the jails and more. Don't miss this rare sit down and insight into the life and carreer of the very beloved outgoing Sherriff Margaret Mims. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jeremiah lends his expertise to the recent talk of inflation, how it is and will effect the market with a potential interest rate hike at play as well. Including cost of living, rent, food, and more. As the Biden administration scrambles with just days to avert a rail strike that threatens to deal a devastating blow to the economy, the White House is facing pressure on multiple fronts as it weighs the political ramifications of a shutdown.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Garry invites Bill and John in to the KMJ studio to explore the idea of Media bias. Garry feels it exists pervasively throughout the entirety of media. Both Bill and John have an extremely rich history in the media industry and share their unique insight on the topic. Don't miss this segment. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Garry takes advantage of a unique opportunity to have a conversation with one of California's own and writer of an American anthem, God Bless America, Lee Greenwood shares some back history to this huge and iconic American song. He also talks about his upcoming show with Cornerstone Church at the Wilson Theater. Dr. Bhattacharya calls into the show to discuss the topic of Covid-19 and explores several angles including mistakes made by Fauci including masks and the shutdown of the economy. Plus more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode of Strength In Numbers, Brandon Cadiz discusses the Warriors brining in Elfrid Payton, Kenneth Farried, Ben McLemore, and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson for training invites. Jerome Robinson signing a contract Status Update on Ryan Rollins, as well as Steph's comments on his favorite championship, KD, and LeBron. Reacting to the Warriors 2k23 ratings and Klay's disappointment on his 2k 3PT rating and more.
Sam and Andy re-live the birth of Game 6 Klay in the 2016 Western Conference Finals. (13:52) Then the pair assess the list of players Golden State invited to workouts this week with just a few weeks remaining until camp begins. Host: Sam Esfandiari and Andy Liu Producer: Tim Angan Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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In this shorter segment recorded after a main podcast, Hassan Shibly talks about his experience of praying at the janazah of Shaykh Muhammad AlShareef (rahimahullah) and how his last minute trip to Hajj materialized this year.
In one of the most informative yet casual, conversational and sometimes tangential interviews, Kari Anderson, the CEO of Employment Means Success, describes her path to starting her own company, the often life-changing assistance they provide people who want to go to work, despite challenges and disabilities - such as blindness - and then invites everyone to attend their Labor Day Car Show, Sept. 2, 2022 in Upland over the Labor Day weekend. In the soft summer breezes blowin' through the shady green trees(es) - in Studio Sotto Gli Alberion - on a recent Sunday morning, Kari was able visit with Claremont Speaks and chronicle her path from high school on, relating some of the hurdles and character building challenges along the way to starting EMS, and then relating some of their key successes in the 10 years they've been in business, helping over 600 people per year secure gainful employment and, in some cases, put their lives on a better trajectory.EMS Inc. helps individuals obtain and retain jobs of their choice. They create cover letters, customized resumes, coaching and even organizing special accommodations - everything related to going to work. They help to secure interviews and teach techniques to do well once employed. Kari's passion for helping people change the course of their lives by seeking and landing jobs they really want, but might have hurdles in getting, shows through in every minute of her interview. Her quick humor and effortless likability make learning about the decade of extraordinary good EMS has contributed to the community a real pleasure, and should make it easier for those who can use EMS' help to contact Kari for assistance.Additionally, Kari invites everyone to attend the EMS Labor Day Car Show in Upland, Saturday September 3, 2022. Over 80 cars to attend, beer from everyone's favorite Last Name Brewery, Rescue Brewing Co. and Pro Five Brewery. Rocking the place will be one of the best upbeat blues bands in the area - the Mersey BrothersKari invites everyone to come have a beer, a burger, enjoy the music and some of the coolest cars around, bid on some great prizes at their auction, and help celebrate the social and economic achievements of American workers who happen to live with a disability. The proceeds from this event will help these individuals to retain gainful employment. Join Kari and her team at EMS, and if you see Kari - easy to spot by her name tag among the many Team Members who will be sporting the EMS Car Show T-Shirt - tell her you liked her episode on Claremont Speaks and see if you can explore hiring one of the extraordinary individuals she helps. =============================================EMS Websitehttps://www.employmentms.org/EMS Labor Day Car Showhttps://emscarshow.com/
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Voices In My Head (The Rick Lee James Podcast) -Episode 479 Confessions of a Crappy Christian with Blake Guichet Confessions of a Crappy Christian Real-Life Talk about All the Things Christians Aren't Sure We're Supposed to Say—and Why They Matter to God Why does it so often feel like Christians can't talk about the real, hard stuff in life? We know our lives should reflect Jesus; what He did and said, and how He interacted with others. But if we're being honest, there are days when we face tough, confusing things that can make us feel, well, very not like Jesus. As our culture moves further from truth and grace, Christians are burned- out, isolated, and unsure of where to turn for sound biblical advice that applies to their everyday struggles. If you've ever felt this way or wished someone would talk about things like forgiveness, mental health, broken friendships, redirected dreams, sex, facts versus feelings, church hurt, rest, weakness, healing, and more in honest, down-to-earth terms while sticking to what Scripture has to say about them, you've come to the right place. Confessions of a Crappy Christian is for you if you: ● have ever thought you're too messed up for church ● feel exhausted and alone in your struggles ● think you need to complete a checklist before God will love you ● need a friend who cares about you too much to let you stay stuck With honesty and vulnerability, Blake Guichet, host of the popular podcast Confessions of a Crappy Christian, helps us embrace the truth that we can't do it all perfectly and gives us the wisdom, guidance, and hope to move from “crappy” Christian into a freer and fuller walk with Christ. In Confessions of a Crappy Christian, Blake Guichet offers an honest and transparent approach to navigating the things we aren't sure we're allowed to talk about as Christians and helps us discover why God cares about them and us. Invites anyone raised in the church, on the fringes of the church, or impacted by church culture to explore what the Bible really says, regardless of whether you fit into the “Christian mold.” Befriends the person who feels alone in their struggles, as she humbly and vulnerably walks alongside them. Addresses today's trend of hating on the Church with no plan to do anything about it. What if there was someone who could be honest about some of the issues within Christianity, while simultaneously offering hope and reminding them that God is still so good? “The world doesn't need more perfectly presentable Christians. It needs people who love Jesus and are willing to show up and say, ‘I can't do anything on my own. There is nothing good in me apart from Christ, but with Him, I am unstoppable. With Him, I am more than enough and He empowers my every effort,'” says Guichet. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Blake Guichet is a writer and founder of the Crappy Christian Co., which aims to teach women how to use their God-given gifts for the Kingdom. She is the host of the popular podcast Confessions of a Crappy Christian—a weekly show that specializes in conversations with guests about their passions, struggles, and all the things they aren't sure they can talk about. Blake is a proud Enneagram 8, American history buff, and playlist enthusiast, and her primary goal in all aspects of her ministry is to tell the truth while always pointing people to Jesus. PRODUCT DETAILS Paperback: 224 pages Price: $17.99 Publisher: Tyndale Momentum ISBN-13: 78-1-4964- 5704-2 BUY THE BOOK: https://amzn.to/3w6fc4r Web Site: https://crappychristianco.com/ RICK LEE JAMES INFO Web Sites: https://www.rickleejames.com Get The Single: https://rickleejames.hearnow.com/halls Lyric Video: Thank you for reading Rick Lee James Substack. This post is public so feel free to share it. Share More from Rick Lee James Shine A Light In The Darkness Get The Single: https://rickleejames.hearnow.com/shine-a-light-in-the-darkness Music Video: Rick Lee James Playlist on Spotify: https://t.co/S7nCRl0xqa Rick Lee James Substack is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.
In this week's show, Prof. Wolff defines recession and shows its relation to inflation and stagflation in their respective roles within capitalism's inherent instability. Rooted in the structure of capitalism, recessions represent both costly burdens on employers and employees alike and also strong incentives to question, challenge, and go beyond capitalism. The economics profession has been unable to end recessions despite centuries of trying. The profession often tries to hide the capitalist roots of recession instead. Wolff concludes with how system change might finally "solve" capitalism's intractable instability problem.
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