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Holmberg's Morning Sickness
06-28-22 - New Blood Leaking Lymph Node Disease From NKorea And Judging Bin Laden Looks At Airports - Gov Ducey's Son Accused On Soc Media By Multiple Women Of Plan B-ing Them After Hookups

Holmberg's Morning Sickness

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 30:40


Tent Theology
11. Sermon on the Mount : Judging Swine in Matthew 7:1-6

Tent Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 46:03


Don't judge and don't throw pearls to swine. We explore Matthew 7:1-6 in today's episode on the Sermon on the Mount!Thanks to Jon and the Dig Deeper team of St Luke's Church for allowing us to release these recordings. You can find out more about them HERE.LifeUni can be found HERE.Download more Tent Courses and Resources HERE. Has anything we make been interesting, useful or fruitful for you? You can support us by becoming a Fellow Traveller on our Patreon page HERE.

Scott Herrold's SOS Radio Podcast
Charles Stanley on The Difference Between Calling Things Out Vs Judging Someone

Scott Herrold's SOS Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 9:10


I Am Refocused Podcast Show
MSNBC anchor and trial lawyer Katie Phang, host of podcast Class Action

I Am Refocused Podcast Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 26:48


ABOUT CLASS ACTIONiHeartRadio and Sound Argument LLC Announce the launch of "Class Action," a New Documentary Series About the Next Generation of LawyersiHeartRadio, the no. 1 podcast publisher according to Podtrac, and Sound Argument LLC have launched a new documentary podcast titled "Class Action." Hosted by Katie Phang, a trial lawyer, anchor, and host for MSNBC and Peacock, the 12-part podcast series will track a diverse cast of outstanding law students who are battling it out in mock trial competitions across the country. The first two episodes debuted on June 7 and can be heard on iHeartRadio and all other major platforms.The budding young lawyers on "Class Action" are extraordinary, bright, ambitious and sometimes ruthless. They are poised to enter a justice system that is under intense public scrutiny. And jury trials-a bedrock of a fair justice system-are becoming rare. Prosecutors aggressively push plea deals on defendants, while defense attorneys, often untrained in courtroom procedure, urge them to accept. But in the wake of high-profile verdicts like the George Floyd case, and with the growth in trial "mooting"/mock trialing at major law firms, trial advocacy training is gaining popularity. Mock trial tournaments are quickly becoming a necessary and exciting kind of collegiate sport. One tournament director, who works full time as a homicide investigator, sees it this way:"All of a sudden we take lawyers, they graduate law school, and we expect them to walk into a courtroom and talk about life and death and millions of dollars without any practice. Think about music, playing the violin in your basement. And then, all of a sudden, walking into Carnegie Hall one day and playing for the first time. It would never happen in music. It would never happen in sports. Why should it happen in law?," said Jared Rosenblatt, Hofstra University.Host Katie Phang will guide us through these young lawyers' stories, disentangling the complexities of American law along the way. Listeners will meet Andy Vizcarra, a first-generation American whose parents emigrated from Mexico to Texas and have worked tirelessly at their restaurant to put their daughter through law school; Tyler Volesky, a young Native American politician, now a law student in South Dakota; Ellie Sands and Anjani Shah-part of a team of activists from Brooklyn Law-who battle for justice not only in mock trial but in real-life legal clinics; DeAndre Bell, a self-styled "church boy" from Houston, who plans to run for President in 2040; and Lajeanne Shelton, the powerful lion of the Dillard team who bristles at comments that she's too aggressive in court."Working on this podcast and meeting these trial students and coaches has re-affirmed my faith in the crucial roles that jury trials play in our lives," said Phang. "Over the course of a year, I've met a group of inspired coaches who recognize the value of investing in the next generation of trial attorneys. And I am thrilled to witness students who have overcome significant obstacles to learn and honor the craft of courtroom procedure. 'Class Action' is a breath of fresh air in these troubled times. It's a reminder of why I became a trial lawyer in the first place--- to defend our democratic judicial system."Producers Lisa Gray and Kevin Huffman spent a year recording the grueling bootcamps, scrimmages and competitions with law teams from Brooklyn Law, St. Mary's University in San Antonio, and the University of South Dakota. Listeners will hear the young lawyers reach near-exhaustion arguing cases at high-stakes tournaments. The producers also followed an undergraduate team from Dillard University in New Orleans trying to bounce back from the twin disasters of Covid-19 and Hurricane Ida to make a Cinderella run at the national championship. Lawyers, law students and any listener who loves a good story will be caught up in the drama that unfolds, armchair-quarterbacking the cases. Judging judges. Predicting decisions.We'll hear from St. Mary's trial coach AJ Bellido de Luna, a former US Marine, turned cop, turned advocate. He loves his job and protects his students like the warrior he's always been. "I put them through a boot camp in the summer," he said. "I want them to be good workers, willing and if they have a chip on their shoulder, fine, I can deal with that. I have a chip, too." At South Dakota University's Knudson School of Law, its coach, Professor Laura Rose, herself the daughter of a legendary advocacy coach, who relentlessly prepares her team for the big leagues-to knock the "South Dakota Nice" out of them. And in New Orleans, beloved coach Adria Kimbrough reveals, mid-season, that she is leaving her team at the end of the year. But first she wants that national championship for her HBCU students."Class Action" plunges listeners into a rich verité-driven soundscape, replete with mic'd-up behind-the-scenes drama, in-depth character scenes and immersive courtroom battles. It's a "cinematic" podcast: listeners are immersed in the action, it's direct and emotional. The music swells, stories play out. Coaches urge players on the sidelines, as Katie and a team of noted trial attorneys-including Preet Bharara, Elie Honig, Lara Bazelon and Tony Serra- help break the code of American law. "Class Action" is a co-production of Sound Argument LLC and iHeartMedia and is distributed by the iHeartPodcast Network. Follow us on Twitter at @ClassActionPod.EPISODES AVAILABLE HERE:https://www.iheart.com/podcast/1119-class-action-97574053/episode/introducing-class-action-97574366/KATIE PHANG BIOKatie S. Phang is a trial lawyer and a legal contributor for NBC News and MSNBC based in Miami. She leverages her significant trial experience to provide analysis and commentary on the latest legal issues across the country and has provided legal analysis for network and cable news since 2005.

The Ben Maller Show
Hour 3 - Judging Aaron

The Ben Maller Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 36:42


Ben Maller talks about Aaron Judge and the Yankees agreeing to a deal to avoid arbitration and what the odds are that Judge leaves the Yankees in the offseason, Insta-Advice Line, and much more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RPS Presents The Weekly Review
The Daily Review - Adult Oriented Disco: Do adults dream of dance floors?

RPS Presents The Weekly Review

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 57:47


Adult Oriented Disco: Do adults dream of dance floors? Indeed they do, but the pace may be smoother than the euphoric rhythms the young demand. Judging by the latest releases from Beyoncé and Drake, these superstar parents follow a tradition of going four-to-the-floor that erupted in the late 70s with the disco fever, but there's also room for tracks by Kate Bush or The Waterboys that usually get the grey in the mood for waving their arms in the air like they just don't care. Plus, Johann interviews Svein Arne Sorgard, CEO of ACX Music to hear about the music consultancy's plans for growth.

The Church of Christ Wheeler Area
Judging - Mark Parkhurst

The Church of Christ Wheeler Area

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 42:41


Judging - Mark Parkhurst by The Church of Christ Wheeler Area

Bible Talks @ WPC Bull Creek

This talk was part of the AM Service series entitled The Message Of Matthew. Text: Matthew 7:1-6 Date: 26 June 2022 Speaker: Michael Dean-Smith

Interplace
Freedom Fries and the Big Mac Attack

Interplace

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 24:22


Hello Interactors,This episode kicks off the summer season on the environment and our interactions with it and through it. I’m starting with food. Food is a big topic that impacts us all, albeit in uneven ways. It got me wondering about the global food system and how it’s controlled. Who are the winners and who are the losers? And why is there competition for nourishment in first place?As interactors, you’re special individuals self-selected to be a part of an evolutionary journey. You’re also members of an attentive community so I welcome your participation.Please leave your comments below or email me directly.Now let’s go…АТАКА БОЛЬШОГО МАКА (ATAKA BOL'SHOGO MAKA)Верните Биг Мак! Срочно верните Биг Мак. Мы требуем этого прямо сейчас. Прямо сейчас. Прямо здесь. Биг Мак!(Vernite Big Mak! Srochno vernite Big Mak. Moy trebuyem etogo pryamo seychas. Pryamo seychas. Pryamo zdes'. Big Mak!)“Bring back the Big Mac! Bring back the Big Mac. We demand it right now. Right now. Right here. Big Mac!” Holding a handwritten sign that read “Bring back the Big Mac” a protestor in Moscow took advantage of a press conference a couple weeks ago at the reopening of McDonalds under a new name. Albeit a bit tongue in cheek, he was demanding the return of one popular product not on the menu. The Big Mac name and special sauce are both copyright protected. But the new owner of the new McDonald’s, Alexander Govor – who was a Siberian McDonald’s franchise owner before buying the entire Russian chain – promised he’d find a suitable replacement for the Big Mac. As for a new name, I vote for Большая говядина (Bol'shaya Govyadina), Big Beef. Or given the new owners last name how about just Bol’shaya Gov – Big Gov.Govor claims he paid below market price for the world’s most recognized fast-food chain and he’s already slashed prices. McDonald’s priced the double cheeseburger at 160 rubles ($2.95) but it’s now 129 rubles ($2.38). The fish burger was 190 rubles ($3.50) and is now 169 rubles ($3.11). The composition of the burgers stays the same as does the equipment, but they did add pancakes, omelets, and scrambled eggs to the morning menu. However, the golden arches are gone, and the name has changed to Vkusno & tochka's (Delicious and that’s it or Delicious, full stop).After 32 years, that’s it for McDonald’s in Russia but it’s promised to remain delicious. Back in 1990 the American based company had to import all the ingredients to fulfill the promise of a true McDonald’s. It made for an expensive introduction of the American icon. French fries were a problem. The Russian potatoes were too small, so McDonalds had to import seeds to grow larger russet potatoes locally. Apples for the McDonald’s ‘apple pie’ had to come from Bulgaria. After three decades McDonald’s managed to source just about everything locally and ultimately employed 62,000 Russians throughout their operations. But those McDonald’s branded red, yellow, and blue uniforms have been replaced with just red ones. Judging from the lines and enthusiasm at the grand opening, I suspect the new MickeyD’s will continue to be popular…and delicious, full stop.McDonald’s was popular in Russia from the day it opened in 1990. The Berlin wall had come down, perestroika was nearing its peak, glasnost embraced a blend of socialism and traditional liberal economics that allowed more U.S. companies to enter the former Soviet Union. It was the age of exceedingly fast globalization. A year after McDonald’s showed up Microsoft offered a Russian version of DOS. Just as I was starting at Microsoft in 1992, localized versions of software were flying on floppy disks around the world. By 1996 localized versions of Windows and Office 95 were on a computer on every desk a new McDonald’s was being built every three days. 1996 was the first year McDonald’s made more revenue from outside the United States than within.And McDonald’s wasn’t just pushing their McMunchies on unsuspecting countries. Many were clamoring for their own MickyD’s. James Cantalupo, president of McDonald's International at time, said, “'I feel these countries want McDonald's as a symbol of something -- an economic maturity and that they are open to foreign investments. I don't think there is a country out there we haven't gotten inquiries from. I have a parade of ambassadors and trade representatives in here regularly to tell us about their country and why McDonald's would be good for the country.'”There were some who believed the proliferation of McDonald’s symbolized the spread of freedom and democracy. Thomas Friedman of the New York Times offered in 1996 a “Golden Arches Theory of Conflict Prevention -- which stipulates that when a country reaches a certain level of economic development, when it has a middle class big enough to support a McDonald's, it becomes a McDonald's country, and people in McDonald's countries don't like to fight wars; they like to wait in line for burgers.” There goes that theory. Though, Russians are still waiting in line for a burger…just not from McDonald’s.I’m reminded of the “freedom fries” scandal from 2003. That’s when the Republican senator from Ohio, Bob Ney, changed the name of ‘French Fries’ to ‘Freedom Fries’ in three Congressional cafeterias. It was in response to French opposition to the American invasion of Iraq. The name was changed back in 2006 after Ney was forced to retire. He was implicated in a scandal involving a group of lobbyists that swindled $85,000,000 from Native American tribes. Ney was bribed by one of the guilty lobbyists. On the satirical Saturday Night Live news show Weekend Update, Tina Fey quipped, “‘In a related story, in France, American cheese is now referred to as 'idiot cheese.'"SEEDS OF GREEDOf course, McDonald’s wasn’t the only multinational food company spreading fast food around the world. I, for one, was grateful to come across a Burger King on the Champs-Élysées in Paris back in 1984. It was my first trip to Europe and my 18-year-old palette wasn’t quite tuned to fine French cuisine. Truth be told, my 56-year-old palette isn’t either. I find French food to be highly overrated. I remember my 18-year-old self thinking that “Le Whopper” and Pepsi with ice, amidst pumping French disco, was both surreal and comforting.Pizza Hut, Domino’s, and Taco Bell are found in all corners of the world today. Except Mexico. Despite many gallant attempts, Taco Bell can’t seem to crack the Mexican market. I suspect Mexicans find their interpretation of the taco insulting…and gross. But it’s not just fast food. Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, General Mills, Kellog’s, Kraft, and Mars are all American companies that make a plethora of processed and packaged products marketed as food. There are other multinational companies outside of the U.S. doing the same. Mexico’s Grupo Bimbo is where Thomas English muffins, Orowheat, and Sara Lee treats come from. They also own Colonial bread: a white bread that originated in colonized America by a Scandinavian immigrant and is now run out of colonized Mexico by the grandson of a Spanish immigrant who could pass as just another white billionaire CEO.And who hasn’t heard of Switzerland’s Nestlé products? They are so big there’s a wiki page just to list their products. Chips Ahoy cookie anyone? What about the Anglo-Dutch company Unilever?  They bring us Ben and Jerry’s ice cream, Dove Bars, and Hellman’s mayonnaise. Have you ever had Nutella? That comes from the Italian company Ferrero. That single company consumes one quarter of the world’s supply of hazelnuts. Increasingly those nuts are coming from my neighboring state, Oregon. I love Oregon hazelnuts, so save some for me Ferrero.This select group of companies produce, market, and sell most of the food around the world that is baked, canned, chilled, frozen, dried, and processed. Adding to the fat and sugar found in fast-food chains, they make dairy products, ice cream, meal replacements, bars, snacks, noodles, pasta, sauces, oils, fats, TV dinners, dressings, condiments, spreads, and an array of beverages. This gives them massive market leverage over the source ingredients produced by farmers around the world.The very seeds needed to grow these crops are also controlled by a select group of multinational companies. The food policy advocacy group Food and Power reported: “In 2020, the top four corporations, Bayer (formerly Monsanto), Corteva (formerly DuPont), Syngenta (part of ChemChina), and Limagrain together controlled 50% of the global seed market, with Bayer and Corteva alone claiming roughly 40%. And when it comes to genetic traits, this control is even more pronounced: Bayer controls 98% of trait markers for herbicide-resistant soybeans, and 79% of trait markers for herbicide-resistant corn.”  Carlos J. Maya-Ambía, a professor of Political Economy and Agriculture at the University of Guadalajara in Mexico, uses an hourglass as a metaphor to explain the control these companies have over the food making process. Imagine the top of the hourglass are the world’s farmers producing edible plants and animals and the bottom are the world’s human inhabitants – consumers. Both are wide and round. The middle of the hourglass is relatively narrow. These are the few multinational companies mentioned above who control most of the flow from the top of the hourglass (the farms) to the bottom (our tables).Because these seeds are engineered for largescale monoculture farm productions that these corporations require. They tend to rely on agrochemicals to achieve desired yields. It’s a short-term positive yield strategy optimized for quarterly earnings reports, but with severe long-term negative consequences. And guess who controls an estimated 75 percent of the global pesticide market? Those same top tier seed companies.These chemicals are largely petrochemicals, so the fossil fuel industry also profits from global food production and consumption. These processes, genetically modified seeds, and chemicals no doubt have helped bring countless people out of poverty and starvation. Especially where increasingly harsh conditions make it hard to grow crops. But at what cost? These industrial scale schemes not only leach nutrients from the soil and pollute water supplies, but exposure to these chemicals can also cause neurological disorders, birth defects, infertility, stillbirths, miscarriages, and multiple forms of cancer.Worse yet are the inequities. Many of these chemicals and genetically modified foods are banned in developed countries. Before Monsanto was purchased by Bayer, massive protests across Europe led to the company pulling out of parts of the EU. Those countries with the most organized farmer and consumer protests had the biggest effect. It’s testimony to the power of democracy and organized protest. But Monsanto, and companies like them, just move on to more willing governments or vulnerable people and places. They seek lands far away from the peering eyes of consumers with a conscience. Many of whom who sit there munching snacks, and tapping on their phones to make that next online fast-food delivery. Guilty as charged. Sad as it may be, when the exploitive interdependent global food system is out of sight, it’s also out of mind.As Maya-Ambia puts it, “the scenario becomes clearer if we consider agriculture as a global system and as a long global value chain, composed of several links where agents interact and connect with the whole economy, nationally and globally. Accordingly, the global economy is formed by a complex web of value chains, whose links are located in different places around the world. Therefore, it is correct to speak of…the global value chain of agriculture that does not begin at the production process, but rather with the appropriation of nature and the transformation of natural objects into economic inputs, including the current land-grabbing in several places by transnational corporations. Driven by profit, these corporations have appropriated land, resulting in disastrous ecological effects.”He continues, “These practices of appropriation and consumption have created a ‘new international division of labor’: the Global South has become the place of appropriation of nature and in some ways a type of dumping ground.”FAIR TRADE LAY BAREMany of the same places these powerful corporations exploit are also the first to be hit with food insecurity. The United Nations Food and Agricultural Association (FAO) reported last year that “the number of undernourished people in the world continued to rise in 2020. Between 720 and 811 million people in the world faced hunger in 2020.” This includes 480 million people in Asia, 46 million in Africa, and 14 million in Latin America. Food insecurity has been climbing steadily over the last six years. One in three of the world’s 2.37 billion people do not have adequate access to food. This isn’t a supply issue. The world has enough food to feed everyone. This is about fair access.Many of the same people responsible for producing food exported to more developed countries are the one’s who reap the smallest rewards from the value chain. The smallest share of value goes to those farmers in developing countries. And the smaller the farm, the worse the effect. This fact is revealed by observing stagnating long-run trends of producer prices compared to rising consumer prices. These prices are controlled through governance schemes that squeeze the middle of the hourglass. Firms can exert extreme market power, leverage advanced financial and technological mechanisms, influence local, regional, and state leadership, and assert a particular cultural influence. My Parisian “Le Whopper” influenced the culture of the Champs-Élysées. American fast-food culture in Russia lives on in the new ‘Delicious’ McDonald’s. Full stop.Inequities are also found in the devastating effects of industrialized agriculture at the hands of these powerful firms. Large swaths of sensitive and diverse habitat in developing countries are violently destroyed – like in the Amazon. They’re making space for more croplands and pastures to grow more food and animals, to make more food products, that are sold to increasingly affluent populations who are rising out of poverty in search of the famed Western consumer lifestyle. This only further destroys the land and water making living conditions in these already poor areas even more stressed. As criminal as it is to live poor in a developed country like the United States, it’s not nearly as worse as living poor in unfairly exploited countries. Especially when it comes to acute food insecurity.On the other hand, living in developed countries – or desiring to adopt a similar lifestyle – comes with a higher risk of death by obesity…in large part due to fast and junk food. In 2021 the World Health Organization reported that worldwide obesity has tripled since 1975. More people in the world are likely to die of obesity than malnutrition. And because the globalization of high calorie junk and fast-food production exists to drive prices as low as possible, it makes it more accessible to poor people in both developing and developed countries. This puts poorer people at higher risk of both malnutrition and obesity.Naturally occurring factors, like the pandemic and a changing climate also unfairly impact those most vulnerable. As does war. How naïve to believe countries with a McDonald’s would never take arms against one another; that French fries, freedom fries, would somehow united the world. Russia and Ukraine have proven otherwise. Conflicts in the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America have resulted in millions of people fleeing for safety and starving in the process. Many of whom were farmers. Much of the food needed to feed these refugees historically came from Ukraine and Russia but that is all at risk now.But American farmers might be able to help. In a rare bipartisan partnership on Capital Hill, just this week President Biden signed into law the Ocean Shipping Reform Act of 2022 (OSRA). U.S. agricultural shippers complained to the federal government that the world’s top ocean carriers unfairly denied them container space. Shippers on the West coast found it more profitable to return empty boxes to Asia so they could be re-loaded for the next round of more profitable exports back to the U.S. Of course, this is all fed by increasing consumer demand by overconsuming Americans. But these interruptions made it difficult for farmers and shippers to predict when their time sensitive goods should be delivered to ports before they spoiled.But with the passing of this law, ocean shippers are required to report to the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) how many exports they’re loading and from where. The bill also includes rules that determines what makes a denial to export agricultural goods unreasonable. Maersk, Mediterranean Shipping Co., and Transfar Shipping have already offered container space for U.S. agricultural shippers and others are soon to follow. Hopefully, food grown in America can stand a better chance of making it to those in most need in Asia, Africa, Latin America and beyond.The world seems to be swimming in so many crises that the word has somehow lost urgency. But between war, climate change, and economic inequalities the global food system needs transformation. Here are six ways the FAO believes the global food system could be made more healthy, sustainable, and inclusive:Integrating humanitarian, development and peacebuilding policies in conflict-affected areas.Scaling up climate resilience across food systems.Strengthening resilience of the most vulnerable to economic adversity.Intervening along the food supply chains to lower the cost of nutritious foods.Tackling poverty and structural inequalities, ensuring interventions are pro-poor and inclusive.Strengthening food environments and changing consumer behaviour to promote dietary patterns with positive impacts on human health and the environment.These steps read a lot like the steps McDonald’s took 32 years ago after entering the Russian market. The introduction of fast-food chains was believed to be a peacebuilding exercise in a conflict-affected area. Freedom fries brought hope and russet potatoes to Russia. McDonald’s scaled up a resilient food system by investing in local farming. They optimized food supply chains within the region. Impoverished Russian’s adjusting to a post communist reality were given jobs growing McDonald’s produce, delivering goods, and working in restaurants. They strengthened the local food environment and changed consumer behavior. And while McDonald’s may not be the healthiest food, not the healthiest habit, it may have been better than what was offered before and it certainly made people happy.“Delicious and That’s It” just might make it even better. It could be their menu alterations make it a healthier version of McDonald’s. They’ve already made it cheaper. But judging from the Hugo Boss shirt one customer was wearing at the grand opening in Moscow, I have a hunch the new MickeyD’s just might be an elite treat. Still, they may be on to something. Perhaps this is a model that could be used in other places. Maybe more globetrotting fast-food restaurants and junk food producers should be selling out to the locals. Pizza Hut in Japan already offers squid as a pizza topping, but maybe a Japanese owned franchise would result in even more localized interpretations of a food that originated in Italy. After all, flatbreads exist in a variety of forms all over the world. Imagine مناقيش بيتزا (Manakish pizza), pisa bing 披薩餅 (Bing pizza), or a Catalonia coca? They could all be made with local ingredients, sourced from smaller sustainable farms, sold in locally owned franchises, employing local residents with wages high enough to live on. Who knows where the next Big Mac could be invented? Maybe Russia. Bol’shaya Gov anyone? This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit interplace.io

EQUIP Austin Ridge
76. Judging Ourselves + Seeking Jesus

EQUIP Austin Ridge

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 34:49


In this episode, the team continues their series about the Sermon on the Mount by discussing Matthew 7:1-12. Jesus talks about the dangers of judging others' conduct before you have taken inventory of your own sin.  He then encourages his listeners to seek God through prayer and time in the Word, because God gives good gifts to those who seek him! The team discusses where we've gotten some of these concepts wrong, and how these verses apply in our modern-day context. Make sure to subscribe to the EQUIP Roundtable Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts!LINKS IN THIS EPISODE:For information on upcoming EQUIP classes and events, visit www.austinridge.org/equip.If you have any questions or feedback on the show, please email us at equip@austinridge.org.Follow our EQUIP Austin Ridge Instagram Page for more updates and equipping resources.

Punched In The Mouth
Episode 57- MMA judging strikes again

Punched In The Mouth

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 39:54


PFL results Kattar vs. Emmett results Aldo vs. Dvalishvili announced Costa vs. Rockhold moved Chito vs. Cruz announced Sterling vs. Dillashaw in the works for September

America's Next Top Podcaster
America's Next Top Podcaster Season 4 Episode 9: Editing Challenge Judging

America's Next Top Podcaster

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022


Once again, we give our contestants some rough (and I mean ROUGH) audio from an interview, and ask them to turn it into a podcast. The difference this season? It’s an episode of producer Hammond’s podcast, Beyond the Playlist! Which means, they’ve got a very strict set of guidelines that they have to follow to keep with the formatting of an existing show. Who’s going home? Find out on this episode! ANTP S4E09: Editing Challenge - Judging https://www.americasnexttoppodcaster.com/audio/ANTP-S04E09J-Editing-Challenge-Judging.mp3 Download Clean up your audio with tools from Waves.com!

Heart of Worship Church
“Judging” [VIDEO] | Episode #7 (3 of 3)

Heart of Worship Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 15:00


Pastor, Daniel Wright, and teacher, Jacob Leger host a NEW podcast series (available on all major podcast platforms) from Heart of Worship Church Media called, "Rightly Dividing" - Learning to Navigate Truth in a World of Opinions. The goal is to unbiasedly seek after truth weigh out all available evidence, and hear from the Holy Spirit personally on ALL "hard topics" New episodes: Every 7th & 21st of each month!  EPISODE #7 - “Judging” (Part 3 of 3) Please Like, Share, & Subscribe! It really helps us out! Also, let us know how we're doing! Have a question? Or would like to submit a topic for discussion? Leave in the comments below, or contact us directly via email!  

Heart of Worship Church
“Judging” [AUDIO] | Episode #7 (3 of 3)

Heart of Worship Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 15:00


Pastor, Daniel Wright, and teacher, Jacob Leger host a NEW podcast series (available on all major podcast platforms) from Heart of Worship Church Media called, "Rightly Dividing" - Learning to Navigate Truth in a World of Opinions. The goal is to unbiasedly seek after truth weigh out all available evidence, and hear from the Holy Spirit personally on ALL "hard topics" New episodes: Every 7th & 21st of each month!  EPISODE #7 - “Judging” (Part 3 of 3) Please Like, Share, & Subscribe! It really helps us out! Also, let us know how we're doing! Have a question? Or would like to submit a topic for discussion? Leave in the comments below, or contact us directly via email!  

HBIC Sermon Podcast
06.19.2022 Judging One Another

HBIC Sermon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 46:42


06.19.2022 Judging One Another by Harrisburg BIC Church

First Christian Union
Judging the Judges

First Christian Union

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 41:53


Sunday Worship for 6-19-22 Alan continues our series, "Romans: The Book of the Power of the Gospel", with a lesson on Romans 2:1-16, and a warning against self-righteousness and critical, judgmental attitudes.

Boomer & Gio
Judging Lindor, Diaz and a Subway Series

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 12:14


Gio & Jerry talk about the Mets & Yankees and how Francisco Lindor has more RBIs than Aaron Judge. Is it too early to start talking about a Subway Series? We talked about Edwin Diaz so far this year and we hope he performs this well in the playoffs

GraceHill Church
Sermon on the Mount: Judging - Mt 7:1-5 (6.19.22)

GraceHill Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 43:41


Sermon on the Mount: Judging Matthew 7:1-5  Pastor Sam Bay

Union Chapel Ministries
WEEK 20 | The Queen of Beauty and Courage

Union Chapel Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 46:47


Then the family heads of Judah and Benjamin, and the priests and Levites – everyone whose heart God had moved – prepared to go up and build the house of the Lord in Jerusalem. Pg. 263; Ezra 1:5 “All the king's officials and the people of the royal provinces know that for any man or woman who approaches the king in the inner court without being summoned the king has but one law: that they be put to death unless the king extends the gold scepter to them and spares their lives. But thirty days have passed since I was called to go to the king.” Pg. 281; Esther 4:11 “Do not think that because you are in the king's house you alone of all the Jews will escape. For if you remain silent at this time, relief and deliverance for the Jews will arise from another place, but you and your father's family will perish. And who knows but that you have come to your royal position for such a time as this?” Pg. 282; Esther 4:13-14 “Go, gather together all the Jews who are in Susa, and fast for me. Do not eat or drink for three days, night or day. I and my attendants will fast as you do. When this is done, I will go to the king, even though it is against the law. And if I perish, I perish.” Pg. 282; Esther 4:16 God has placed you in a position of influence. 1. You must know when to keep your mouth shut. • In matters of preference (Romans 14:1-9) • To people who won't listen (Matthew 7:6) • When you're angry (Proverbs 15:1; James 1:19) • Judging someone's motive (1 Corinthians 4:1-5) • When you don't know what you're talking about (Philippians 2:3) 2. You must know when it is time to speak up Defend the weak and the fatherless; uphold the cause of the poor and the oppressed.
 Rescue the weak and the needy;
 deliver them from the hand of the wicked. Psalm 82:3-4 When a foreigner resides among you in your land, do not mistreat them. The foreigner residing among you must be treated as your native-born. Love them as yourself, for you were foreigners in Egypt. Leviticus 19:33-34
 “And who knows but that you have come to your position for such a time as this?” Esther 4:14

Leading The Way TV
Appropriating the Happiness That Is In You - Part 8: By Judging Carefully

Leading The Way TV

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 28:29


In this 8-part series, Dr. Michael Youssef helps us discover the complexities and implications of Jesus' profound Sermon on the Mount message—where Jesus shares the keys to happiness by giving us the Beatitudes and teaching us how to embody or appropriate them in our everyday lives. Preaching verse by verse, Dr. Youssef demonstrates how Jesus came to fulfill all that God taught His people in the Old Testament—showing us how to be salt and light, how to control our anger, and much more. He truly has given us all that we need to live a blessed life in Him!

TIME's Top Stories
Column: Putin Still Holds the Cards When It Comes to Global Energy

TIME's Top Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 10:17


The much lauded Transatlantic unity against Russia's war in Ukraine has failed either to save Ukraine or hobble Russia. Judging by the rhetoric coming out…

The Lover and The Fighter Podcast with Josh Cohen & Din Thomas
EPISODE 29: UFC 275 Recap | Din is getting certified in judging | UFC Fight Night Preview

The Lover and The Fighter Podcast with Josh Cohen & Din Thomas

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 14:14


RNZ: Morning Report
Vegan sausage competition judging starting soon

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 2:36


New Zealand's fourth annual Vegan Sausage Awards got underway in Auckland this morning. The judges, including vegan news anchor Mike McRoberts, will eat their way through nearly 40 different plant-based contenders.

Folding Chair Theology
86 - James 4:1-12, BFFs With The World | S5E21

Folding Chair Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 81:40


Bruce and Justin continue their series on James with a discussion about pride, humility, and being friends with the world as presented in James 4:1-12.James 4:1-12, Proud or Humble4 What is the source of wars and fights among you? Don't they come from your passions that wage war within you? 2 You desire and do not have. You murder and covet and cannot obtain. You fight and wage war. You do not have because you do not ask. 3 You ask and don't receive because you ask with wrong motives, so that you may spend it on your pleasures.4 You adulterous people! Don't you know that friendship with the world is hostility toward God? So whoever wants to be the friend of the world becomes the enemy of God. 5 Or do you think it's without reason that the Scripture says: The spirit he made to dwell in us envies intensely?6 But he gives greater grace. Therefore he says:God resists the proudbut gives grace to the humble.7 Therefore, submit to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you. 8 Draw near to God, and he will draw near to you. Cleanse your hands, sinners, and purify your hearts, you double-minded. 9 Be miserable and mourn and weep. Let your laughter be turned to mourning and your joy to gloom. 10 Humble yourselves before the Lord, and he will exalt you.11 Don't criticize one another, brothers and sisters. Anyone who defames or judges a fellow believer defames and judges the law. If you judge the law, you are not a doer of the law but a judge. 12 There is one lawgiver and judge who is able to save and to destroy. But who are you to judge your neighbor?Episodes on Judging Each Other and OthersThe Voxology Podcast Judging Episode - #281Our previous episode on Judging - #43

Agave Road Trip
The Value of Spirits Awards Competitions

Agave Road Trip

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 24:39


Last year, Chava and I recorded an episode titled “The Best Mezcal is the Most Highly Awarded Mezcal.”  We kind of panned the idea of spirits competitions as anything more than a guide for someone new to a spirits category. Then Chava was invited to serve as a judge for a competition, and now he's a convert — both to judging and to spitting. Chava positions himself as a tremendously useful tool in this episode of Agave Road Trip!Find extra photos and related links at agaveroadtrip.comAgave Road Trip is Powered by Simplecast.

Nassau Morning Madhouse
I'M JUDGING YOU....Based On Your Shoes?

Nassau Morning Madhouse

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 13:39


There has been a study done that people can tell basically everything about you just from your SHOES! The Nassau Morning Madhouse crew have a ball guessing everything under the sun before landing on shoes.

Your Next Fifty
Episode 82: Time to Release the Self-Judgment

Your Next Fifty

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 27:43


In the work we do with our clients, and with ourselves, there is a theme that comes back often: SELF-JUDGMENT.   - You want to start an exercise program, but then think you're so out of shape, why bother? You flop on the couch and watch Netflix instead.  - You decide you want to start a podcast, but then after a couple of episodes, you stop because you hate the sound of your voice.  - You get headshots taken and focus on all the new wrinkles that weren't there last time, rather than your beautiful smile.  - You judge your parenting skills, your work skills, your relationship skills, and the list goes on.  Why are women so hard on themselves?  Where did they learn that being perfect was the only way to go?  This sets them up for failure. Because no one is perfect.  Join us today on the podcast as we dive into judgment and ways to release it! ******   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yournext50podcast IG: https://www.instagram.com/yournext50podcast/   ------------------------ CONNECT WITH SYLVIA OTVOS, Visibility and Business Coach Go to https://so-vibrant.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sylviaotvos/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SOVibrantVisibilityCoach   ----------------------------------- CONNECT WITH JENNY MITCHELL, Executive Coach and Fundraising Coach Website: https://www.chavender.com  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/chavender-research-initiatives-inc./about/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/JennyChavender

Turmeric and Tequila
142. Dear Single Mothers

Turmeric and Tequila

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 55:38


“Life doesn't get easier or more forgiving, we get stronger and more resilient.” ― Steve Maraboli   All my single mother's, this one is for you!   I am pumped to welcome Vicki Severson to the T&T mic! Vicki was a teen mom who turned tragedy into triumph and took on the world to create her own path. This path has been an eclectic one- Vicki's experience runs from banking, being an EMT, journalists, a model, a sports radio personality, a paranormal investigator, and a tornado chaser- but most importantly, a mom. Vicki is now a successful business owner of Buckshot Productions with a mission of hiring all single moms. Vick's states, “I want to show all of these women who don't see their worth, that you can build from a pile of ash. You can have nothing and make something beautiful and successful when you believe there are no limits.” This is an awesome and inspirational conversation for ANYONE facing adversity, Vicki is here to tell you and prove to you that you are resilient and capable, just keep the faith and keep showing up- just like she did. Let's go!   Highlights: Facing adversity and building resilience. Not knowing the path, but trusting in it. Breakdown, breakthrough, believing. Marketing, branding, and video. Trail blazing and the hard days. Single mom's, society, and disrupting stereotypes.   Vicki Severson: Founder of Buckshot Media, Vicki Severson, has walked the low roads and risen to success and now she's on a mission to help other women reach their wildest dreams. Vicki was a teen mom. Her daughter's father left her on her knees in the driveway of her childhood home one night when she was 17. She was 8 months pregnant and watched him drive away, leaving her to raise her daughter, Kimberly by herself. “I remember standing in the welfare line. I was 17, wearing an oversized dress from Goodwill. I wouldn't look anyone in the eye but I could feel them staring at me. Judging me. Hating me,” she recalls. “The day I took Kimberly home from the hospital at two days old, I watched happy families taking their babies home in minivans, to white picket fences. I started to pity myself, to feel unworthy, but then I looked down at my new baby girl and I promised her in that moment, that I would never let us be a pity case. We would defy the odds and show the world that a teen mom and her child can be just as successful as anyone else, and we were.” Having no choice but to drop out of high school, she earned her GED and went straight into working full-time as a bank teller for Wells Fargo at 18. While her friends were at Prom, she was working 12-hour days and teaching herself the ins and outs of banking. She worked her way up in banking, and became a Branch Manager, managing 14 bank employees by the age of 22. The journey of trailing blazing from there with a move to rural Brush, CO and working in journalism, tornado chasing, and investigating the paranormal! These days, Vicki produces a reality show for the Sportsmans Channel which she films with her boyfriend and business partner, Mark Leffingwell. The duo works with names such as Duck Dynasty and Black Rifle Coffee collaborating on social media and television episodes. Vicki's goal is to hire a team of single moms to run her company Buckshot Media in order to show them their worth and capabilities and give them the foundation to chase their dreams. Vicki is also a survivor of domestic violence and is writing a course to help women escape abusive relationships and rebuild their lives from scratch as she has on multiple occasions. @therealvivkiseverson www.vivkiseverson.com Buckshot Media: Helping brands connect with audience with emotional and disruption marketing. FB @buckshotmediacolorado Instagram: @buckshotmedia      Connect with T&T: IG: @TurmericTequila Facebook: @TurmericAndTequila Website: www.TurmericAndTequila.com   Host: Kristen Olson IG: @Madonnashero Tik Tok: @Madonnashero Website: www.KOAlliance.com    

Homegrown: The Podcast
judging fights and a ufc 275 autopsy.

Homegrown: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 41:55


On todays episode, I give you guys the update on the last 2 weeks, talk about past podcast, upcoming competitions and then breakdown mma judging and the entire ufc 275 fight card. https://linktr.ee/Thomasjawwsh

Mike Salk
Hour 2-Judging Jerry Dipoto, Louis Riddick (ESPN), Brock Huard

Mike Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 43:02


Salk says the legacy of Jerry Dipoto is very complicated because there are two different storylines about him that can convince you to go either way with the moves he's made and the prospects he's given up, but he's also built a successful farm system. Louis Riddick (NFL & CFB ESPN) joins Salk to discuss his comments about Jimmy Garoppolo and doubles down on why he thinks it's a no-brainer fit for the Seahawks to sign him. Brock Huard reacts to Louis and debates Salk on the next move for the Seahawks at QB. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Heart of Worship Church
“Rightly Dividing” [VIDEO] Episode #7 - (2 of 3) “Judging”

Heart of Worship Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 15:00


Pastor, Daniel Wright, and teacher, Jacob Leger host a NEW podcast series (available on all major podcast platforms) from Heart of Worship Church Media called, "Rightly Dividing" - Learning to Navigate Truth in a World of Opinions. The goal is to unbiasedly seek after truth weigh out all available evidence, and hear from the Holy Spirit personally on ALL "hard topics" New episodes: Every 7th & 21st of each month!  EPISODE #7 - “Judging” (Part 2 of 3) Please Like, Share, & Subscribe! It really helps us out! Also, let us know how we're doing! Have a question? Or would like to submit a topic for discussion? Leave in the comments below, or contact us directly via email!  

Boomer & Gio
Irving Tweets; Judging Aaron's Contract; A Gift for Gio; NFL Talk.

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 37:56


Hour 3: The 8am hour starts with a ‘Who Tweeted This?' segment. Spoiler Alert: It was Kyrie Irving. We also talk about Aaron Judge's contract and the Yankees. Chicken Parm Lou comes in to bring Gio a sandwich and donuts for his birthday. Jerry returns for another update and starts with the Warriors win over the Celtics last night. Klay Thompson seems to love the ocean. Jerry wonders why Rod Gilbert didn't help the Rangers win. Chris Kreider gets emotional when talking about the Rangers' season. Phil Mickelson met the media and was questioned about the LIV golf tournament. In the final segment of the hour, we talk about the Miami Dolphins having offered Sean Payton $100 million dollars to be the head coach. We also talked about Tua vs. Patrick Mahomes. A caller is very passionate about Albert Pujols and wants him to get gifts from teams for his retirement.

Magic and the Law of Attraction
MLOA049 - How Do I Do a Money Spell?

Magic and the Law of Attraction

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 41:07


Judging from the questions you bring to me, money spells are one of your favorite topics. And I'm not surprised that it's a favorite – money spells can be tricky. They require not only the right tools but the right frame of mind to be successful. In this episode, I'll not only share how to get into a money mindset, but I'll share all the many types of tools you can use to support your money magic and my favorite tried-and-true spells for bringing in wealth. So if you're ready to amplify your abundance, perk up your prosperity, or move on up with your money, this is the episode for you!

Gold Country Baptist Church
God's Judgment, Our Judging, and Christian Liberty

Gold Country Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 53:00


America's Next Top Podcaster
America's Next Top Podcaster Season 4 Episode 8: Live TMS Guest Judging

America's Next Top Podcaster

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022


You’d think this would be an easy week, right? I mean, all each of our remaining contestants had to do was be a guest on another podcast. But they had to successfully promote their show, they had to jibe with the hosts, and fit their style in with the style of the show. Not so simple! How did they do? And who’s going home? Find out on this episode! ANTP S4E08: Live Guest - Judging https://www.americasnexttoppodcaster.com/audio/ANTP-S04E08J-Live-Guest-Judging.mp3 Download Clean up your audio with tools from Waves.com!

CAC Newark
Pastor Keith Sjostrand-” Judging Like God- Graduation Sunday”- (06-12-2022 AM)

CAC Newark

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 48:03


Fountain of Life Center
Judging Jonah | Week 4

Fountain of Life Center

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 39:02


God is after more than just our obedience, He's after our hearts. In the final message in Jonah's Journey, Pastor Ruben, our executive pastor, shares the importance of us aligning our hearts with the heart of God.

Heart of Worship Church
“Rightly Dividing” [AUDIO] Episode #7 (2 of 3) “Judging”

Heart of Worship Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 15:00


Pastor, Daniel Wright and teacher, Jacob Leger host a NEW podcast series (available on all major podcast platforms) from Heart of Worship Church Media called, "Rightly Dividing" - Learning to Navigate Truth in a World of Opinions. The goal is to unbiasedly seek after truth weighing out all available evidences, and hearing from the Holy Spirit personally on ALL "hard topics" New episodes: Every 7th & 21st of each month!  EPISODE #7 - “Judging” (Part 2 of 3) Please Like, Share, & Subscribe! It really helps us out! Also, let us know how we're doing! Have a question? Or would like to submit a topic for discussion? Leave in the comments below, or contact us directly via email!

Judging Freedom
Judging Health with Dr. Joel Wallach

Judging Freedom

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 20:43


JudgingHealth.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Break Room
Don't Be Umbrella Guy

The Break Room

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 40:39


The Break Room (THURSDAY 6/9/22) 6am Hour Includes: 1) Judging a man by how he prepares for the rain is a common thing, right? 2) We have a case of ANOTHER woman using an unconventional weapon on someone.  3) If I'm dead, I don't care.

Hitting The Bars
EP. 8: Shut Up About Your Oat Milk it's an F'ing Cult

Hitting The Bars

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 69:14


Judging people based on their milk choices, yes that's a thing.   Who knew whether someone ordered almond, oat, or god forbid 2% milk would tell so much about you... and how everyone diets become a new religion... we chat all about it today!   PS. if you're vegan for moral reasons WE LOVE YOU, if you're carnivore for your health WE LOVE YOU. This podcast is not medical advice, just 2 girls having a convo that hopes you say that your fitness/nutrition DOESN'T HAVE TO BE SO DEEP.   New episodes EVERY WEDNESDAY.   Follow us our Instagram Spam account for all the behind the scene footage: https://www.instagram.com/hittingthebars   Follow our personal social channels: KOC: Keltie's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/keltieoconn Keltie's YouTube Channels: Main Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/KeltieOConnor  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfmfd-hb4JsoP1bE5cEHJDA Keltie's TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZML4D5FxS/  SAV: Sav's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/savwright_  Sav's YouTUbe Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/SavannahWrightvideos  Sav's TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZML4DYxG9/ 

The CC Podcast: The Daily Dose
Luke 6:43-45 - (Judging!) A Tree and Its Fruit - Matt Reisetter

The CC Podcast: The Daily Dose

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 7:47


Thank you to our 2022 Daily Dose Devotions sponsor, https://www.thefamilyleader.com/ (The Family Leader)! Here are a few other ministries we are proud to highlight and partner with: Christian Crusaders, where you can find weekly 30 minute worship services at https://christiancrusaders.org/ (ChristianCrusaders.org) AND where you can hear engaging interviews and other content on https://christiancrusaders.org/ccpod-conversations (The CC Podcast: Conversations). Cedar Falls Bible Conference, whose conference videos are available at https://cedarfallsbibleconference.com/ (CedarFallsBibleConference.com). And please consider joining us for our 101st annual conference: Saturday, July 30 – Saturday, August 6, 2022. https://p2cdigital.com/ (Power to Change Digital Strategies): If you or someone you know could benefit from an anonymous online Christian mentor, please visit https://issuesiface.com/ (IssuesIFace.com). Please subscribe to or follow this podcast, leave a 5 star review, and prayerfully consider financially supporting one of our partnering ministries. Thank you for listening, and may God richly bless you! Contributors to The Daily Dose include: Tim Boettger - Director of Spiritual Care at Western Home Communities and Associate Radio Preacher for Christian Crusaders Radio & Internet Ministry Pastor Steve Kramer - Radio Preacher for Christian Crusaders Radio & Internet Ministry Andrew Nordstrom - Technical Director of Christian Crusaders Radio & Internet Ministry Matt Reisetter - Director of Christian Crusaders Radio & Internet Ministry and Director of the Cedar Falls Bible Conference Special thanks to, Terri, our podcast announcer!

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Black Compass Media
UM5 DAY 2 Recap With Cola Geechi Gotti Vs Tru Foe Polo Breaks Down Each Of His Judging Picks

Black Compass Media

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 47:21


#BattleRap #BlackCompassMedia #HipHop #2022 Follow Black Compass Radio @BlackCompassBCM OIN BLACK COMPASS DISCORD - https://discord.gg/RX9YMfR - ALL ARE WELCOMED!!! https://www.patreon.com/THEREALBLACKCOMPASS - FOR OT AND EARLY/EXTENDED CLIPS!!! CONTACT US VIA EMAIL: blackcompasssociety@gmail.com Black Compass Media is a platform dedicated to bringing you the latest in Battle Rap, Culture, Sports and News. The members include Posey, Polo, Drizzy, Cola and Tony Bro. Come thru, subscribe, comment and be interactive for the culture!

Founder Stock Investing
Crowdstrike & GitLab Q1 Earnings

Founder Stock Investing

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 12:30


Bottom line up front (BLUF): Crowdstrike posted great results and I’m expecting the same from GitLab when they report after the market closes today. I have no intention of trimming either position.Disclosure: I am long Crowdstrike (CRWD) and GitLab (GTLB). Here’s a look at the $10k to $1 million portfolio positions. Follow me on Commonstock (link) if you’re looking for an awesome investment community and research without the bots and trolls of Twitter.Crowdstrike (CRWD) Q1 2023 Results ReviewBLUF: Crowdstrike earnings were strong and the thesis is still intact. I’d look at any sell-off as an opportunity for investors to build a position if they want to make it larger.Shares are down 18% YTDNTM P/S down from 39 in July to 17 todayFwd P/S based on FY 23 rev of $2.15B = 17Fwd P/S based on FY 24 rev: $2.98B = 12.6Paying members have access to my live database that has complete spreadsheets for all of the companies I follow. Access it at this linkQ1 FY 23 ResultsRevenue: $487.8M, beat management’s guidance by $25 million, beat analyst expectations by $23MNon-GAAP EPS: $0.31, beat analyst expectations by $0.08Annual Recurring Revenue (ARR) increased 61% year-over-year to $1.92 billion, of which $190.5 million was net new ARR added in the quarterSubscription Gross Margin: GAAP subscription gross margin was approximately 77% in both the first quarter of fiscal 2023 and 2022. Non-GAAP subscription gross margin was approximately 79% in both the first quarter of fiscal 2023 and 2022.Income/Loss from Operations: GAAP loss from operations was $23.9 million, compared to $31.3 million in the first quarter of fiscal 2022. Non-GAAP income from operations was $83.0 million, compared to $29.8 million in the first quarter of fiscal 2022.Cash Flow: Net cash generated from operations was $215.0 million, compared to $147.5 million in the first quarter of fiscal 2022. Free cash flow was $157.5 million, compared to $117.3 million in the first quarter of fiscal 2022.Cash and Cash Equivalents was $2.15 billion as of April 30, 2022.Compound Town Investment Research is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.Business HighlightsAdded 1,620 net new subscription customers in the quarter for a total of 17,945 subscription customers as of April 30, 2022, representing 57% growth year-over-year.Subscription customers that have adopted four or more modules, five or more modules and six or more modules increased to 71%, 59%, and 35%, respectively. Customers with seven or more modules reached 19% as of April 30, 2022.Expanded its strategic partnership with Cloudflare with technology integrations to strengthen the Zero Trust posture of joint customers.Financial OutlookQ2 2023 Revenue: $515MNon-GAAP EPS: $0.28FY 2023 Revenue: $2.198B, increased $50M from managements previous guide of $2.148B. *Implies continued momentum ($50M increase vs $25M beat this quarter)*Non-GAAP EPS: $1.20Management CommentaryGeorge R. Kurtz CrowdStrike Holdings, Inc. – Co-Founder, CEO, President & DirectorI will start today's call by summarizing 3 key points. First, fiscal 2023 is off to a fantastic start. We believe our Q1 results exemplify that we have a winning formula that includes scale, growth, profitability and free cash flow. Second, we saw strength across the platform, including a record quarter for modules deployed in the public cloud and over 100% year-over-year ending ARR growth for our emerging product group, which includes our Discover, Spotlight, Identity Protection and Log Management modules. And third, we are seeing more and more customers standardize on the Falcon platform. The number of customers adopting 6 or more and 7 or more modules both grew more than 100% year-over-year. We believe this underscores our wide competitive moat and our opportunity to drive long-term sustainable growth in both our core and expansion markets.On demandThe demand environment we see is more robust today than this time last year as cybersecurity is not discretionary. Additionally, the competitive environment has remained favorable to CrowdStrike. Our growing leadership in the market is reflected in IDC's most recent report where CrowdStrike leapfrogged to the #1 position amongst all vendors in the 2021 market share for worldwide corporate endpoint security and once again took the top spot in modern endpoint security.Moving to the market dynamics and threat environment, we continue to see powerful tailwinds fueling our market, and we do not currently see any indication that these trends will abate anytime soon. These tailwinds include a rapidly expanding attack surface and digital supply chain as organizations embrace digital transformation and move more workloads to the cloud, the cybersecurity skills gap in a heightened threat environment.Number of modules new customers start withYes. So our bigger customers, those over $1 million, as we talked about on the webinar in April, we -- each of those customers has about 7 on average, just over 7 modules. In terms of landing new, we talked about in FY '22, it's 4.7. And that's up from 4.3 from the year before.Thank you for reading Compound Town Investment Research. This post is public so feel free to share it.GitLab Q1 2023 Earnings PreviewBLUF: Next-twelve-months price to sales (NTM P/S) has come down from 30 in January, 2022 to 15.62 on 6/3/22 with analysts expecting revenue growth of 53%, 39%, and 35% in FY 23 - FY 25.Judging by the results of other cloud/software companies I expect GTLB results and guidance to be strong. I have no idea how the stock will react after earnings even if they beat and raise.For Q1 2023, analysts are expecting revenue of $78 million, gross margin of 87%, non-GAAP EPS of -$0.26, and free cash flow of -$24 million.For FY 2023, analysts are expecting revenue of $387 million, gross margin of 87%, non-GAAP EPS of -$0.96, and free cash flow of -$86 millionThese are the numbers analysts will be paying attention to as well as any indication as to when management expects to be profitable on a non-GAAP basis. Paying members have access to my live database that has complete spreadsheets for all of the companies I follow. Access it at this linkThanks for reading. Do me a favor and “like” this by hitting the heart above and jump into the comments to let me know your thoughts and any companies I should be considering for the portfolio! This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit austin.substack.com/subscribe

Grace Community Church Podcast
Judging | Jarrod Jones

Grace Community Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 47:31


Jesus tells us to not judge, for we will be judged in the same manner. This week Pastor Jarrod shares four practical steps we can take before we judge others. Did you know Grace has a 1 on 1 ministry for those with special needs aged 18 and younger? If you're interested in connecting with a Grace Buddy for your child or would like more info visit graceoc.com/ministries/buddies/ Everything we do at Grace is made possible because our people invest in what God is doing here. You can help by giving at graceoc.com/give/.

Engaging Gospel Doctrine
410: Judging Judges (June 5; Come Follow Me OT Week 19, Reissued)

Engaging Gospel Doctrine

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 14:15


The Reign of the Judges Judges is one of the most memorable books of the Bible, but also one of the darkest. We must first grapple with the moral ambiguity of these stories before we can learn from the power and courage of Deborah, the vulnerability and trust of Gideon, and appreciate Samson for the… Continue Reading