Let me catch you up. I KINGS 17.- Elijah appears on the scene out of nowhere V17:1- God, in 2-7, comes to Elijah and tells him to go live by the brook Kerith,- Right as the creek is dried upthe word of the Lord comes to Elijah, and moves him to Zarephath 8-16.- The widow's son dies, and Elijah brings him back to life, 17-24 I KINGS 18:1-4 GOD WILL TAKE CARE OF HIS PEOPLE, THROUGH ALL SORTS OF MEANS.I KINGS 18:5-14 OBEDIENCE YESTERDAY DOESN'T FREE YOU FOR DISOBEDIENCE TODAY.I KINGS 18:14-16 OBEY ON THE FIRST STEP OR YOU'LL ALWAYS WORRY ABOUT THE SECOND ONE. 3 things here that you can apply to your life this week.➊ Fight for Faithfulness. Obadiah had everything to lose and nothing to gain (as compared to the widow had nothing to lose and everything to gain). God's will for you is not your safety nor comfort, it's your faithfulness to Him no matter the cost or outcome.➋ Prepare for temptation. There is always temptation to walk the fine line between the kingdom of God and the kingdom of this world.➌ Live Boldly Obadiah eventually came to a place where he said yes Lord! Spurgeon: In the center of rebellion against God there was one whose devotion to God was intense. As it is horrible to find a Judas among the apostles, so it is grand to discover an Obadiah among Ahab's royal court. What grace must have been at work to maintain such a fire in the midst of the sea, such godliness in the midst of vile iniquity!
Mit der Plattform "Kerith" treffen Energieversorger und Industrieunternehmen strategische Investitionsentscheidungen für die Zukunft ihrer Produktion. Hier im Gespräch zwei der drei Gründer, die Brüder Joshua und Lucas Elias Küpper: 0:00 - Intro. 1:22 - Die Gründer stellen sich vor. 3:59 - Das Why von kerith. 6:38 - Reise zum Product-Market Fit. 11:47 - Was ist gemeint mit einem digitalen Zwilling der Energieinfrastruktur? 25:13 - Zur Technologie. 32:52 - Woher kommen die Daten? 36:00 - Datenwertschöpfung, KI und der Wert einer Software. 51:35 - Konkrete Beispiele. 58:04 - Die weitere Reise. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Weiterführende Informationen: ► YouTube: https://youtu.be/1pwcA6iVsRY ► kerith: https://www.kerith.net/ ► LinkedIn Elias: https://www.linkedin.com/in/elias-kuepper/ ► LinkedIn Joshua: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joshua-kuepper/ ► LinkedIn Bernard: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bernardsonnenschein/ ► Feedback: email@example.com Diese Episode ist entstanden in Zusammenarbeit mit der Industrie- und Handelskammer Nord Westfalen. Die Technologie-Region Nord Westfalen vereint das nördliche Ruhrgebiet und das Münsterland. Eine einzigartige Kombination aus Hidden Champions, innovativen Hochschulen und Startup-Kultur. Hier entstehen die Produkte und Geschäftsmodelle der Zukunft. Nicht nur bei Batterie- und Wasserstoffforschung, sondern auch in Sachen Cyber Security und Künstliche Intelligenz. ► Zum Thema Künstliche Intelligenz: https://www.ihk.de/nordwestfalen/innovation/kuenstliche-intelligenz-eoai-4676802 ► KI XChange auf YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxnXoSEWcbgeF7B4k8tqN3g
What's the difference between aroma and bouquet in wine? How does "bright acidity" taste? Why does Pinot Noir from different regions in California taste dramatically different? In this episode of the Unreserved Wine Talk podcast, I'm chatting with Kerith Overstreet, the winemaker at Bruliam Wines in Sonoma, California and a former medical doctor. You can find the wines we discussed at https://www.nataliemaclean.com/winepicks Giveaway One listener in the U.S. will win a bottle of Bruliam's gorgeous Pinot Noir. How to Win To qualify, all you have to do is email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell me that you'd like to win the bottle. I'll select the winner randomly from those who participate. Good luck! Highlights How do different areas in Sonoma and Monterey counties express themselves in Bruliam Pinot Noir? Which decisions can winemakers make to influence how a Pinot Noir ends up? Where is the Petaluma Gap AVA and how does the climate impact grapes? What does bright acidity mean for your tasting experience? How does the topography of the Mayacamas Mountain Range impact the weather pattern in surrounding grape-growing regions? Why is oxygenation desirable but oxidation to be avoided when it comes to winemaking? What's the difference between aromas and bouquet in wine? How does Kerith use humour to bring a human element to her wine writing? Which embarrassing encounter led to Kerith's sourcing her dream Santa Lucia Highlands fruit? What characteristics does Kerith look for when tasting wines? What's the tasting experience like with 2019 Torrey Hill Vineyard Pinot Noir? Which foods should you try with your next glass of Pinot Noir? How would you describe tasting 2018 Soberanes Vineyard Pinot Noir? What's Kerith's favourite childhood scent memory? Which childhood favourite would Kerith pair with Champagne as an adult? What are Kerith's favourite wine book and wine gadget? Which wine world celebrities would Kerith love to share a glass of wine with? Key Takeaways Kerith's distinction of the differences between aroma and bouquet in wine was helpful, especially that bouquet is anything beyond the grape varietal character. I liked her definition of how "bright acidity" tastes. She gave us a great overview of how and why Pinot Noir from different regions in California taste dramatically different. Join me on Instagram, Facebook and YouTube Live Join the live-stream video of this conversation on Wed at 7 pm ET on Instagram Live Video, Facebook Live Video or YouTube Live Video. I want to hear from you! What's your opinion of what we're discussing? What takeaways or tips do you love most from this chat? What questions do you have that we didn't answer? Want to know when we go live? Add this to your calendar: https://www.addevent.com/calendar/CB262621 About Kerith Overstreet Kerith Overstreet is the winemaker at Bruliam Wines. When she was small, her dad used to say, “You can be whatever you want after medical school.” So she did. After completing medical school (U. of Rochester), residency, and two fellowships (UCSD), she thought winemaking sounded more fun. To learn more, visit https://www.nataliemaclean.com/195.
Would you like to discover some weird but wonderful food pairings for zinfandel? How can American Viticultural Areas (AVAs) help you find new wines to love? How does yeast have a profound impact on wine's taste? In this episode of the Unreserved Wine Talk podcast, I'm chatting with Kerith Overstreet, the winemaker at Bruliam Wines in Sonoma, California and a former medical doctor. You can find the wines we discussed at https://www.nataliemaclean.com/winepicks Giveaway One listener in the U.S. will win a bottle of Bruliam's gorgeous Pinot Noir. How to Win To qualify, all you have to do is email me at email@example.com and tell me that you'd like to win the bottle. I'll select the winner randomly from those who participate. Good luck! Highlights Who is Chewie the Marketing Collie? As a student of literature, who are Kerith's favourite authors? How did Kerith bring her love of the humanities into her medical studies? When did Kerith develop her passion for wine? How did Kerith realize she wanted to shift from being a medical doctor to a winemaker? Are there intersections between Kerith's science background and her approach as a winemaker? What lessons has winemaking taught Kerith when it comes to her Type A personality? How has the support of fellow winemakers impacted Kerith's journey? Why does Kerith love experimenting with yeast? What is the inoculation process in winemaking? What types of experiments does Kerith do in the winemaking process? How did the name “Bruliam” come about? What roles do Kerith and her husband, Brian, have at Bruliam? Which features of Rockpile make the biggest impact in their wines? Which creative route did Kerith take to getting access to Rockpile Zinfandel? Which delicious treat should you try dunked in a glass of Zinfandel? Which unusual but simple wine and food pairings should you try next? How do customers feature as the highlight of Kerith's career so far? Key Takeaways I loved Kerith's pairing suggestions for zinfandel. They're on my list to try this week. She shares a great overview of how American Viticultural Areas (AVAs)can help us find the particular styles of wine we love. Kerith even manages to make yeast interesting as she lets us know its profound impact on wine's taste. Join me on Instagram, Facebook and YouTube Live Join the live-stream video of this conversation on Wed at 7 pm ET on Instagram Live Video, Facebook Live Video or YouTube Live Video. I want to hear from you! What's your opinion of what we're discussing? What takeaways or tips do you love most from this chat? What questions do you have that we didn't answer? Want to know when we go live? Add this to your calendar: https://www.addevent.com/calendar/CB262621 About Kerith Overstreet Kerith Overstreet is the winemaker at Bruliam Wines. When she was small, her dad used to say, “You can be whatever you want after medical school.” So she did. After completing medical school (U. of Rochester), residency, and two fellowships (UCSD), she thought winemaking sounded more fun. So she enrolled at UC Davis to study enology and catapulted into the 2008 harvest. Starting with a single barrel, Kerith has grown Bruliam Wines to 1200 cases a year (plus/minus). It's mostly single vineyard pinot noir with a smidgen of Rockpile zinfandel. With delight and an “OK” from the CF-NO (aka the hubby), she added chardonnay in 2017. Cherishing her grower relationships, Kerith has aligned herself with top vineyards and growers to supply her fruit. Today she cherry picks her fruit from the top vineyards in Sonoma County, Santa Lucia Highlands, and her own Torrey Hill vineyard in the Russian River Valley. To learn more about the resources mentioned in this episode, visit https://www.nataliemaclean.com/194.
Meditation just isn't something one is good at or not good at. The idea is that while practicing meditation, we sit with and acknowledge whatever is in front of us in the moment. Sometimes that something is pleasant; other times it is excruciating. So meditation isn't necessarily about finding your bliss. The idea is that when we practice sitting with what is, we become more skilled at recognizing and better equipped at handling difficult moments and appreciating beautiful ones as they occur.
Researching LGBTQ+ parents is a very complex task, but thankfully the Williams Institute at UCLA Law School is doing the work to form a more complete picture of the queer parenting community, who we are, how we're forming our families, and what supports we need.This episode, host David Dodge talks to Williams Institute Research Director Kerith Conron about the reported rates of queer people in the US, what is and is not know about gay parents, and why it's important for researchers to better learn about us and our kids. They also cover some statistics about the rising number of Gen-Z that identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community, the rates of queer and trans vs. cis and straight adoptive and foster parents, and why those numbers matter when it comes to implementing truly representative policies.Learn more about becoming a father as a gay/bi/trans man at gayswithkids.com/gwk-academy and follow us on social media @gays_with_kidsThanks to this episode's sponsors, Mosie Baby, find out more about at-home insemination kits at MosieBaby.com, and Little Spoon, go to LittleSpoon.com and enter code GWK50 for 50% off your first order of organic baby, toddler and kid food.
In Episode #84, Sarah interviews California winemaker Kerith Overstreet from Bruliam Wines. Kerith left the medical profession to pursue winemaking and has build an incredible reputation over the last 10 years in Northern California! She chats with Sarah about the importance of terroir, the terms used on wine labels, and so much more! It's an episode you don't want to miss, so hit play now on Amazon Music, Apple Podcasts, or Spotify to listen! Sign up for my newsletter here and get a free guide to Food & Wine Pairing! >> thewineceo.com Email: Sarah@thewineceo.com Instagram: @thewineceo Facebook: @sarahthewineceo ---- Today's Guest: Kerith Overstreet Bruliam Wine Website Bruliam Wines Instagram Bruliam Wines Facebook
Cantor Kerith Spencer-Shapiro asks, "Have you ever been so angry and frustrated that you lashed out and struck an inanimate object?" This experience is something that most of us can connect with, even though we may feel uncomfortable recalling a time when we did so. This week's portion contains such a moment, where Moses, our most revered teacher, becomes exasperated and infuriated with the Israelite people. In the wilderness, God tells Moses to speak to a rock and that water will pour forth. Moses, in his utter frustration, calls out, “Listen you recalcitrants! Shall we go get water for you out of this rock?” and then strikes the rock rather than speaking to it, as God instructed.
The Confirmation ritual was created to be celebrated alongside the holiday of Shavuot - the moment in time when we recognize the gift of Torah. In Jewish theological parlance, we speak about the giving of Torah using the word “revelation”. I love this word in the context of the Confirmation service. It is a joyful experience to think about our kids as having stood alongside us, our ancestors, and all the Jews who have yet to be born, as the Torah was revealed to them at the foot of Mt. Sinai.
The Community Connections show is hosted by Ryan Sauers. The show brings you positive stories and encouraging news from top leaders in various sectors of communities all over the country with super insights and timely discussions.**Enjoy this show to hear great insights and wisdom from our special guest: Dr. Kerith Powell, the owner of Dr. Chris Natural RemediesFor more information contact: Ryan@ryansauers.comContact Dr. Kerith Powell via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or https://drchrisnaturalremedies.com/
Kerith Burke and Joe Castellano discuss the Draymond Green flagrant 2 foul and the consequences for the Warriors as they try to beat the Grizzlies in the second round of the NBA Playoffs. Series storylines are covered as well as a trip down memory lane back to Kerith's time with SNY covering the UConn women's basketball team.
Rev. Bryce Jones (4/24/2022) Sunday School Service