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Best podcasts about Mangum

Latest podcast episodes about Mangum

USF Bulls Unlimited Unloaded
Clips from Football Radio Show (Scott, Bowers, Mangum) from Bulls Beat 9-21

USF Bulls Unlimited Unloaded

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 9:15


Clips from Football Radio Show (Scott, Bowers, Mangum) from Bulls Beat 9-21 by USF

The Zone Sports Network - Brigham Young University
The Big Show - BYU Football Insider Report 09/20/21 - Tanner Mangum

The Zone Sports Network - Brigham Young University

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 23:04


Former BYU QB Tanner Mangum joins the show every Monday to talk all things BYU football, this week reacting to the drama-filled win over Arizona State. Mangum also gave his thoughts on the Utes and the Aggies, with Utah at 1-2 and facing QB uncertainty and USU surprising a lot of people at 3-0 and hosting Boise State on national television this coming weekend.

The Zone Sports Network - Utah State University
The Big Show - BYU Football Insider Report 09/20/21 - Tanner Mangum

The Zone Sports Network - Utah State University

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 23:04


Former BYU QB Tanner Mangum joins the show every Monday to talk all things BYU football, this week reacting to the drama-filled win over Arizona State. Mangum also gave his thoughts on the Utes and the Aggies, with Utah at 1-2 and facing QB uncertainty and USU surprising a lot of people at 3-0 and hosting Boise State on national television this coming weekend.

The Big Show
The Big Show - BYU Football Insider Report 09/20/21 - Tanner Mangum

The Big Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 23:04


Former BYU QB Tanner Mangum joins the show every Monday to talk all things BYU football, this week reacting to the drama-filled win over Arizona State. Mangum also gave his thoughts on the Utes and the Aggies, with Utah at 1-2 and facing QB uncertainty and USU surprising a lot of people at 3-0 and hosting Boise State on national television this coming weekend.

That Old Mouse Magic
Tracy Mangum

That Old Mouse Magic

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 47:31


Join Jim and this week's guest Tracy Mangum! This Disney diehard is prepping for the race of a lifetime! Over a 4-day span, he'll be running a 5k, a 10k, a half marathon, and a full marathon in the "Dopey Challenge" at Walt Disney World! He's a podcaster with a purpose as he'll be raising money for the American Cancer Society throughout the race. And he does it all with a smile on his face! This hero is no zero!

The Zone Sports Network - Brigham Young University
The Big Show - BYU Football Insider Report 09/06/21 - Tanner Mangum

The Zone Sports Network - Brigham Young University

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 23:21


Former BYU quarterback Tanner Mangum joins 'The Big Show' every Monday afternoon during the football season to talk all things Cougars. This week Mangum gave his thoughts on the season opening win over Arizona and then what to expect against the Utes in Provo this coming weekend.

The Big Show
The Big Show - BYU Football Insider Report 09/06/21 - Tanner Mangum

The Big Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 23:21


Former BYU quarterback Tanner Mangum joins 'The Big Show' every Monday afternoon during the football season to talk all things Cougars. This week Mangum gave his thoughts on the season opening win over Arizona and then what to expect against the Utes in Provo this coming weekend.

USF Bulls Unlimited Unloaded
Player Profile - Thad Mangum with Joey Johnston

USF Bulls Unlimited Unloaded

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 5:08


Player Profile - Thad Mangum with Joey Johnston by USF

The Recovering Reality Podcast
“God set me free” with Jack Mangum

The Recovering Reality Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 56:08


We had the privilege of having our host Erik Frederickson's cousin, Jack Mangum on the show. Jack is now the Vice President of a bank and has a beautiful family, but it wasn't always like this for him. Addiction nearly took his life years ago, but it was a powerful encounter with God that set him free and radically changed the course of his life.

USF Bulls Unlimited Unloaded
Bulls Beat 8-31: Scott NC State Gameweek presser plus Weis, Fortin, Miller, Mangum

USF Bulls Unlimited Unloaded

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 22:02


Bulls Beat 8-31: Scott NC State Gameweek presser plus Weis, Fortin, Miller, Mangum by USF

USF Bulls Unlimited Unloaded
Bulls Beat 8-13: Volleyball schedule release/newcomers, Glenn Spencer plus Jones/Mangum/Yates

USF Bulls Unlimited Unloaded

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 16:06


Bulls Beat 8-13: Volleyball schedule release/newcomers, Glenn Spencer plus Jones/Mangum/Yates by USF

Crossroads Fellowship of Augusta
SS - "Full Assurance" - Hebrews 6:13-20 - Matt Mangum

Crossroads Fellowship of Augusta

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2021 52:38


SS - "Full Assurance" - Hebrews 6:13-20 - Matt Mangum

Town Square with Ernie Manouse
Houston Arts Return With New Leadership, After Being Hit Hard By The Pandemic

Town Square with Ernie Manouse

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 50:07


Town Square with Ernie Manouse airs at 3 p.m. CT. Tune in on 88.7FM, listen online or subscribe to the podcast. Join the discussion at 888-486-9677, questions@townsquaretalk.org or @townsquaretalk. Houston's art scene was hit hard by the pandemic, resulting in the closure of several theaters, galleries, and venues throughout the past year. But despite those odds, the city's art scene persevered, and in some cases, flourished into something completely new, according to community arts leaders. After the city of Houston -- along with rest of the world -- shut down due to the pandemic, the local arts scene had to adapt in order to survive. That meant transitioning to a digital space, like the Houston Grand Opera did with its fully digital 2020-2021 season. According to Khori Dastoor, the incoming general director and CEO of Houston Grand Opera, the company will continue to explore virtual creation, even after audiences return in person for the 2021-2022 season. "We will absolutely continue to mine the digital form," Dastoor said. "Opera, human expression, and more intimate, shorter-form content can be very enriching." https://youtu.be/_rhr1bY6m_4 However, as physical attendance begins to rise, Dastoor said the Houston Grand Opera is prepared to restructure in order to accommodate the community post-pandemic. “I think people are going to need a very compelling reason to come out again,” she said. “It'll give us an opportunity to really reevaluate.” Dastoor and other local arts leaders joined Town Square for a prerecorded show that aired Tuesday, with guest host Catherine Lu, about the future of the arts in the city after more than a year dealing with the impacts of the pandemic. Over the past year, some physical spaces permanently closed as COVID-19 ravaged the community. But others were able to stay afloat. The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston reopened its doors in February, allowing people to visit the museum -- some for the very first time -- by utilizing the large open space inside and instituting pandemic safety protocols, according to Janice Bond, the deputy director of the CAMH, who came aboard in June 2020 as deputy director of CAMH. “I think that this will continue to evolve,” Bond said. “Museums will continue to create space for people to think. They'll continue to create spaces for people to be.” That evolution has been seen in other aspects of the local arts scene as well, including the Houston Symphony, which just named its new music director last week. Slovak conductor Juraj Valcuha will take the helm in fall 2022 after current music director Andres Orozco-Estrada, who has led the orchestra since 2014, ends his tenure following this coming 2021-2022 season. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wyEKvBgm5lY John Mangum, the executive director and CEO of the Houston Symphony, said the change in leadership marks a new era for the symphony -- with an emphasis on equity and representation. "I think he will continue...this diversification of the repertoire that we've started over the past year," he said. "We need to be more reflective of the diversity of our community in what we choose to play on the stage." He added that the focus on diversity would also extend to carefully choosing who plays with the orchestra to better reflect the Houston community. The pandemic also allowed the Houston Symphony to reach new audiences, as it took advantage of the digital space by offering live streamed performances for more affordable ticket prices throughout the pandemic, Mangum said. "The live streaming is one of the big sort of learning moments that we had last year," Mangum said. "It ended up kind of developing this new audience group for us, so that was really exciting." But as the symphony transitions back to its traditional live audience, Mangum said that he believes it will take a few years to reach pre-pandemic levels of attendance. "What I'm hoping is that there's a pent-up desire for live music, for live performance," he said. "I'm hoping that'll really remind people why they used to be subscribers, why they used to come to the Houston Symphony, and that they'll come out again." As for the Houston Grand Opera, incoming CEO Dastoor said she wasn't worried about what the future may have in store for the city's arts and culture.  “What everybody wants is to write a new chapter that makes sense for Houston today," she said. "Not Houston 10 years ago, and not Houston pre-COVID, but Houston today and moving forward.” A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that CAMH stayed open through the pandemic. They closed last year and reopened in February. Town Square with Ernie Manouse is a gathering space for the community to come together and discuss the day's most important and pressing issues. Audio from today's show will be available after 5 p.m. CT. We also offer a free podcast here, on iTunes, and other apps.

Data on Kubernetes Community
DoK #66 Crossplane Packages as a Distribution Mechanism // Daniel Mangum

Data on Kubernetes Community

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 65:40


Abstract of the talk… A typical user's journey with Crossplane starts with provisioning infrastructure using the Kubernetes API, then evolves to composing infrastructure into higher level abstractions, and culminates with building a complete platform using packages. Crossplane packages are distributed as OCI images, meaning that a platform API can easily be reproduced in any cluster, and they can declare dependencies, which specify the lower level services that support the higher level abstractions. This functionality allows for companies to distribute their product in an infrastructure provider-agnostic manner, and for infrastructure admins to build internal platforms made up of both generic and organization-specific components. Bio… Daniel Mangum is a senior software engineer at Upbound where he is a maintainer of Crossplane, an open source CNCF project. He has held leadership positions in the Kubernetes community, and is an active participant in multiple other open source efforts. When not working in the Cloud Native space, Daniel spends his time writing, speaking, and building tooling for the RISC-V ISA. Key take-aways from the talk… This talk will be useful for folks building an internal infrastructure platform, as well as folks that build a product that depends on some form of infrastructure (databases, caches, blob storage, etc.). We will cover how to both build and consume packages, paving the way for advanced usage of Crossplane.

The Fast Lane with Ed Lane
Amanda Mangum, Games Director Of Commonwealth Games

The Fast Lane with Ed Lane

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 5:30


Today on the Fast Lane pres. by Autos by Nelson: Ed covers the commonwealth: -Maura Sheridan (Lynchburg Hillcats), - Jerry Ratcliffe (Hoos, JerryRatcliffe.Com), - David Cunningham (Hokies, TechSideline.com), - Bryan Nolen (NASCAR) -Dick Mast (Poplar Grove GC) -Amanda Mangum (Va. Commonwealth Games)

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
July 14, 2021 - Steve Robertson on Clutch Gene

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 2:16


Mississippi State insider Steve Robertson joins the show on the Modelo guest line talking Bulldogs baseball. Steve gives his thoughts on who will be the next star to step into the "clutch" role held by greats like Mangum, Allen and more. 

Mangum Talks Presents Whiskey on the Weekends

The fellas review some high-priced soaps that Lee provided. They review the soaps, discuss their soap-buying practices, and chat about a variety of other topics. This one was a lot of fun.

All Peoples Church
The One Thing That's Necessary

All Peoples Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2021


This week Ross preaches on Luke 10:38-42 The One thing that's Necessary Ross Tenneson / General Connection Revelation English Standard Version Chapter 10 38 Now as they went on their way, Jesus entered a village. And a woman named Martha welcomed him into her house. Verse 38 begins, “now as they went on their way…” As we have mentioned, Jesus is on a journey to Jerusalem where he will fulfill his life's purpose. The next several chapters in Luke will be the story of Jesus on a journey and the different people he meets and situations he encounters. His teaching and life along this journey serves as a model for what our lives should be as we journey through this world toward eternity. Each step in this journey is going to illustrate an important aspect of the Christian life. We need all of these different pictures of Jesus and his teaching so we get a complete picture instead of a lopsided one. So much of Jesus's teaching in the last few chapters have called for a radical renunciation of all we have in this life and a call to follow him and make disciples. These calls from Jesus are so important, yet if we don't get what he shows us in this story, we will fall apart as we try to radically follow him. Today, Jesus will show us the one thing that's necessary to sustain a life of faith and obedience, without which we will certainly fail and our Christian lives come apart. In fact this one thing sustains and empowers a life of obedience and Christ-likeness in all the diverse ways Jesus has called us to be like him. What if I told you there was one habit that could have an impact on all other habits and overflow to help you be like Jesus in every way? Would you want to know what this habit is and how to practice it and grow in it? Our text this evening is going to teach us about this one habit we need above all others. Now, let's introduce the setting and the characters. Luke says, “Jesus entered a village.” What village? Luke doesn't even specify its name, pointing to its insignificance. Martha, the woman who welcomes Jesus into his house is also someone we learn next to nothing about from Luke. She was likely a very ordinary person. Jesus will reveal a most significant truth in an insignificant place. What does this mean? That Jesus loves to work in ordinary lives in ordinary places and give the greatest treasures in the world to anyone who comes to him. If you feel insignificant today or unimpressive, Jesus has a word for you. English Standard Version Chapter 10 39 And she had a sister called Mary, who sat at the Lord's feet and listened to his teaching. We quickly learn that Martha has a sister named Mary. These two women each represent a different kind of heart posture we can have toward Jesus. Their body language will illustrate for us two different ways our hearts can approach Jesus. How does Mary approach Jesus? She (1) sits and (2) listens to his teaching. Mary's chief concern is hearing the word of God. Her posture of sitting as the feet of Jesus shows her humility and eagerness to receive from him. What is Mary seeking in this situation? She is seeking closeness and intimacy with Jesus. There is no other way to be close to Jesus except to come to him in humility and with a desire to hear his words. There is no other way to be close to Jesus than to come to him how Mary did. You can't become close to someone if you don't communicate with them. If we will be with Jesus, we must listen to Jesus. It takes a little consideration to think about how this applies to us today. How, since Jesus is no longer present with us in his body on earth, can we seek closeness to him? While Jesus is no longer with us in the same way, he's still with us, and the Bible teaches he is actually more available rather than less available than he was to Mary. After ascending to heaven, he sent his Spirit to his people so that he would be completely available to all his people at all times through prayer and the Scriptures. When we come to Jesus in word and prayer, we come to him in the same manner that Mary did. What is prayer but a demonstration of the same humility Mary had before Jesus? In prayer, we admit our humility and our dependence on Jesus by our very act of praying. Those who don't pray live as if they don't need his help. And when we open the Scriptures and read God's word, we shows the exact same desire for the words of God that Mary did. In listening to God's voice speak to us through his Word, we get to enjoy the same closeness to Jesus as Mary. Prayer and the word throw open the door to closeness with God like nothing else in the world can. When we think of it that way, how could we go a single day without it? If being with Jesus is better than everything else the world has to offer, and reading the Word and praying is a crucial way to spend time with him, then wouldn't approaching him daily in this way be the most important thing in our lives? Why does Luke put this story here right after the parable of the good Samaritan and the call to love without limit? Because if we try loving like Jesus, without enjoying our relationship with Jesus, we will start to drift from Jesus (like we see in the case of Martha). The reward we get for loving like Jesus is primarily being nearer to Jesus and enjoying more of his presence. Yet, if we cut ourselves off from the way Jesus has invited us to come and be with him, we will be mere servants who don't get to enjoy relationship with the one we serve. Then, our hearts turn bitter and cold rather than warm and tender. If we try to love like Jesus yet neglect being with Jesus, our relationship with Jesus will fall apart. How can this happen? How do some of us find ourselves in this place? Let's take a look at verse 40 to see, English Standard Version Chapter 10 40 But Martha was distracted with much serving. Now we get to see Mary's sister, Martha. She shows us an alternative heart posture toward Jesus. Luke says, “Martha was distracted with much serving.” Martha, on the other hand, makes doing for Jesus her priority over being with Jesus. Luke says Martha was “distracted.” A distraction is something that takes your attention away from what you want to focus on. Martha's serving was a distraction from deep and close relationship with the one whom she was made to be with. I want to ask you a question, was Martha's serving Jesus with hospitality a bad thing in itself? Was it wrong for her to give Jesus food and water and a clean place to rest? Absolutely not! Giving Jesus, while he was in the flesh, a good meal and place to rest was probably one of the best things someone could ever do. What's the point? No matter how good and important something is, if it takes away from the best thing, it becomes a bad thing. Perhaps one reason some of us struggle to spend time with Jesus are all of the really good things we are devoting our lives to: our families, our jobs, our friends, even our ministry to others. Yet, no matter how good any of these things are, if they take away from us having a genuine and deep relationship with Jesus, then they are distractions. We must not compromise; we must not trade knowing Jesus for any other priority, no matter how good it seems. We see in Martha's next words that her making serving her priority was not an innocent mistake, but rather reveals a heart problem, English Standard Version Chapter 10 And she went up to him and said, “Lord, do you not care that my sister has left me to serve alone? Tell her then to help me.” We can see that Martha's actions of serving while Mary listened to Jesus grew into resentment in her heart toward her sister. What is going on here? When we serve Jesus and do things for Jesus without being with Jesus, something harmful happens in our hearts: we start to measure ourselves by what we've done for Jesus rather than measuring ourselves by what he has done for us. Why do I say she was measuring herself by what she did? Because she compares herself to her sister. Comparison is a sure indication that you are basing your identity and worth in some way off of what you are comparing with others. If you tend to compare how much you make with others, make no mistake, you also tend to base your worth off of how much you make. When we work for Jesus but don't spend time with him, we reinforce the false concept that he needs us rather than the truth: we need him. Jesus sees right through Martha's heart and responds, English Standard Version Chapter 10 41 But the Lord answered her, “Martha, Martha, you are anxious and troubled about many things, Jesus responds to Martha and her distracted heart. He speaks directly to her, yet he speaks gently. The double use of her name signals a gentle rebuke.[1] What does Jesus rebuker her for? The anxiety and preoccupation in her heart. Her concerns with other things besides Jesus (even good things) keep her from being fully present with Jesus. You can often feel this in conversations with people: when you are carrying anxiety about something around with you, it can keep you from focusing and being present with the person right in front of you. Anxieties and distractions about life can keep us from focusing on Jesus when we are with him, or worse, can crowd our schedules out so that we don't spend any time with him at all. Jesus teaches in chapter 12 about anxiety, English Standard Version Chapter 12 22 And he said to his disciples, “Therefore I tell you, do not be anxious about your life, what you will eat, nor about your body, what you will put on. 23 For life is more than food, and the body more than clothing. 24 Consider the ravens: they neither sow nor reap, they have neither storehouse nor barn, and yet God feeds them. Of how much more value are you than the birds! In other words, God's good heart is demonstrated in how he cares for the birds. Since you are more important to him than birds, you don't have to worry. Let's put these thoughts together: If worry and distraction keeps us from being present with Jesus and spending time with him, and we experience worry and distraction when we lose sight of God's goodness, then not spending time with Jesus comes from losing site of the goodness of God. In other words, when we start to become suspicious of God's good character or lose site of his goodness, it becomes easier and easier not to spend time with him. We become distracted by otherwise good things that we use as substitutes for the goodness of God. In Martha's case, it's showing hospitality. She manages her own home to a fault, looking for the affirmation, wholeness, and security in her serving that she was supposed to find in being with Jesus. The reason we can pause from ministry, pause from family time, pause from work, pause from house work, pause from serving our neighbors, pause from our hobbies, pause from current events, pause from entertainment, pause from anything and everything that keeps us from spending time with Jesus is this… because his heart is good and he is willing to give us what we truly need and that nothing else in this world can give. Jesus then says this in his teaching on worry and anxiety, English Standard Version Chapter 12 32 “Fear not, little flock, for it is your Father's good pleasure to give you the kingdom. It is his and his Father's good pleasure to give what we need most: the acceptance, the affirmation, the security, the hope that we only find in a rich relationship with Jesus yet we look for else where. It's God's “good pleasure” to give it. It's because it's his good pleasure to give us all that we need that we can hit the pause button on everything else in order to spend time with him. A restlessness that keeps us from spending time with him says, “I'm not sure if I can really receive what I need from being with him so I need to go and do this and that instead and try to calm my heart's discontentment on my own...” But friends, the verse says it is his “good pleasure” to give to you what you need most. You can rest from your restlessness because his heart is good. Come and listen to his voice each morning by opening your Bible and listening to his voice, it's actually what you need more than anything else, and he is glad to give you what you need. Nothing less than his death on the cross was the price that he paid so that we could deeply relate to him. When Jesus died, God ripped something in two, from end to end. Do you remember what that was? That's right, the torn curtain represents the unhindered access we all have to the presence of God. You may ask, how can I be sure he wants to give himself to me? How can I be sure it's really worth it to spend my time seeking him day by day? You can be sure because the price he paid to be able to give himself to you was nothing less than his own life. He completely paid for and forgave our sin so that there would no longer be any barrier between us and him. Now getting back to some reasons we struggle to be with God, on the other hand, some of us might feel too restless to spend times with Jesus, but rather feel indifference. Time in the Word may feel dry, lifeless, or uneventful. We struggle to believe it's as important as we hear it is. I think those in this situation struggle with the same heart problem, struggling to grasp the goodness of the heart of God. If we believed that what he is giving to us is himself, and that he wants to give himself, he's not holding himself back, then our indifference would turn to desire to be with him. Often times it's not like a switch in our heart that changes from indifference to desire, it's rather a process of growing in knowing he is good and cultivating an awareness of our need for him in our hearts. Yet, we get this no other place than being with him and listening to his voice. The way to shake out of our indifference to be with Jesus is to be with Jesus and listen for his voice and ask that God would transform us to want to be with him more than anything. Where ultimately do we want our hearts to be? How does Jesus describe the importance of this part of his relationship with us, English Standard Version Chapter 10 42 but one thing is necessary. Mary has chosen the good portion, which will not be taken away from her.” Jesus uses a phrase that should catch our attention. “one thing is necessary.” If Jesus says that there is one thing that we need above everything else, the only response we can muster is, “what is that one thing that I might have it?” That one thing is spending time with him by listening to his his voice and responding to his voice with your own. Relating to Jesus this way leads to the intimacy with Jesus that we were made for. It's not that being with Jesus in our Bibles is the only thing that we were made for or the only thing that we need, but so central to who we are and so central to everything else in the Christian life that Jesus uses this striking phrase, “one thing is necessary,” to talk about it. If we are not meant to do anything for God apart from relationship with God, then time to cultivate that relationship becomes the central, necessary thing. I have had times where I have loved and served people just because I made myself do it. I have had other times where I felt God's help and presence and it made serving others life-giving rather than life taking. Who here knows the difference of what I'm talking about. What I'm trying to share is that our lives of being with Jesus and going to make the biggest difference of whether he's with us when we are serving others. I want us to see something: Jesus is not just holding out a value for us. He is asking us to have the exact same value his whole life exemplified. When Satan tempted him in the wilderness to turn stones into bread, Jesus responded by quoting Deut 8:3, “Man does not live by bread alone, but by every word that comes from the mouth of God.” When we are listening to Jesus, we are listening to his Father who speaks through Jesus. Jesus depended on the Words and the relationship he had with his Father to live a completely God-pleasing life and to defeat sin and death. I want to ask us a question: If Jesus needed to hear the voice of his Father in order to live a pleasing life to his Father, how could we live as if we didn't? When we neglect daily habits of Bible reading and prayer, what our lives are communicating is that we don't actually depend on deep relationship with our God in order to live in a way that pleases him. And since we all know deep down that relationship with Jesus is what we need, let's make time with him our “one thing.” In each season of life, we all tend to gravitate toward “one thing” that we look to escape to for rest and joy to give us the strength to persevere in the rest of life. I look to a number of different refuges at different times: Intellectualism and books (even books about God) can become my one thing. Politics and watching my candidate win can become my one thing. When I was younger, sports and video games were my one thing. What's your one thing in this season of life? By, God's grace, I am moving closer to having my one thing being time with him (although I still have further to go). There has been a shift in my thinking that has helped me grow in this direction. I used to think of my Bible and prayer time in the morning as the greatest part of my being with God. I don't quite look at it this way anymore. I see morning prayer and Word time as a necessary part of my relationship with God, but I see it more as preparation to relate with God throughout the day rather than the the biggest part of my being with God itself. What does it look like for me to relate to God during the day then? In addition to praying at moments I get a chance, I'm looking for a space in my afternoon or evening. This can be a slot that's ten minutes long (but hopefully longer). It can be alone or with other people. It's the slot I'm looking forward to in my day. I then go for a walk outside and talk out loud to God. I also read some more Scripture and listen to his voice. There's something about doing this a little later in the day that my mind if more engaged and there is something about doing it outside that frees me to express myself more freely to God and makes me more aware of his presence. I think a lot of us struggle to pray for extended periods of time because we don't know what to say or it doesn't seem engaging. Try praying while walking outside, and thinking of it as an escape from life to do what you want to do most of all. Here's a key verse that you can use to shape this time: English Standard Version Psalm 62 8 Trust in him at all times, O people; pour out your heart before him; God is a refuge for us. Selah I'm not to the place where I can pour out my heart to God at all times, but I can do it once a day during this time. I pause and listen for his voice and meditate on the Scriptures I have read so that it's me listening to him and not just me speaking to him. And wow do I feel refreshed in my soul when this becomes a daily part of my rhythm. I want us to have this church so that when we come together we are coming together with other people who are full of God. Jesus then concludes, English Standard Version Chapter 10 Mary has chosen the good portion, which will not be taken away from her.” Jesus said that Mary's pausing to listen to him is the “good portion.” That's a curious word. What is Jesus referring to? The “good portion” is language that refers to the part of an inheritance that belongs to an inheritor. When it comes to God and his people, the Scriptures use this Word to refer to the Promised Land. Yet, as the OT unfolds, it becomes clear that the inheritance of the Promised Land, this beautiful and abundant place to live, serves as a place holder, or an image, of what God is like. What is God like? He is like a field full of green plants, plants, and animals providing you with all of the nourishment you need to live. In the OT, one of the twelve tribes didn't receive an inheritance in the land because they were going to serve as Priests in God's temple instead. Listen to this verse that describes their inheritance, English Standard Version Chapter 18 20 And the Lord said to Aaron, “You shall have no inheritance in their land, neither shall you have any portion among them. I am your portion and your inheritance among the people of Israel. In other words, Martha is working to do what she believes will bring life to herself and others. Meanwhile, Mary is sitting with the source of life himself. You tell me which is a better choice. And finally, it won't be taken away from her. Everything we work for, strive for, and build can be taken away from us, except for our relationship with Jesus. Only the relationship we cultivate with him and the love we show to others through him will last beyond death. It may seem like Mary is doing an ordinary thing. Yet, the ordinary act of listening to Jesus and being with him is the only real action that reaps benefits forever that no one can ever take away with you. [1] Barry, J. D., Mangum, D., Brown, D. R., Heiser, M. S., Custis, M., Ritzema, E., … Bomar, D. (2012, 2016). Faithlife Study Bible (Lk 10:41). Bellingham, WA: Lexham Press.

Mangum Talks Presents Whiskey on the Weekends
Mangum Talks – Scented Candles

Mangum Talks Presents Whiskey on the Weekends

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2021


In our inaugural pod of shared experience we enjoy some olfactory enlightenment. Levi sent the guys scented candles and they all do a quick review. The fellas also discuss why Levi likes scented candles, generally, and a few other issues du jour.

Modern Living with Dr. Angela
A Kingdom Purpose with Dr. Duane Mangum

Modern Living with Dr. Angela

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 15:00


Dr. Duane E. Mangum serves as the Founder and Senior Pastor of the Family Worship Center: A Place Where Families Can Imagine in Waldorf, Maryland. He is a retired Air Force and Navy Veteran, where his service has spanned over thirty-two years. He is the author of the following books, Blending To Make It: Ingredients For A Successful Blended Family, From The Incubator To The Kingdom: The Story of a Young Mans Journey to Fulfill His God-Given Purpose, Life After Divorce: The Rebuilding Process, and Co-Author of Straight Talk About The Blended Family: Keeping it 100. He and his wife Michele are hosts of their Internet Radio Show Straight Talk About The Blended Family on the WBGR Health and Wellness Network. Originally from Alexandria, Virginia, Dr. Mangum and his wife Michele live in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area. Stay connected: drduanemangum.com Facebook @drduanemangum/ Twitter @i_blend1 Instagram @blendingtomakeit2

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
May 24, 2021 - Steve Robertson on Tanner Allen

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 4:06


Mississippi State insider Steve Robertson joins the show on the Modelo guest line talking Bulldogs baseball. Steve discusses the play of Tanner Allen this season, which has him in the SEC Player of the Year conversation, and how TA stacks up in the Mangum shadow. 

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
May 24, 2021 - Hour 3

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 43:24


Bo and Blake talk SEC Baseball and the legendary Phil Mickelson in the final hour of the show live in the Bank Plus Studio. Blake discusses the incredible season by Tanner Allen, who is near the top of multiple SEC offensive categories, and what playing in the Jake Mangum shadow means. With Phil Mickelson becoming the oldest major winner in PGA history this weekend, Blake discusses the modern athlete and sports injuries as more and more "elder" athletes shine on the national stage. In the SEC Insider Hit, Mississippi State insider Steve Robertson joins the show on the Modelo guest line talking Bulldogs baseball. Steve starts the conversation with his thoughts on the college baseball coaching carousel, and how MSU assistants could be on the move this off-season. Steve gives his thoughts on the postseason picture for MSU following a long SEC season and what importance, if any, the SEC Tournament has for the Bulldogs. Steve discusses the play of Tanner Allen this season, which has him in the SEC Player of the Year conversation, and how TA stacks up in the Mangum shadow. Steve discusses the impact of the addition of Kellum Clark to the Bulldogs lineup. Steve also hits on the potential plan for the pitching staff usage at the SEC Tournament as Coach Lemonis tries to prepare his club for a regional. 

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
May 24, 2021 - Steve Robertson

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 24:21


Mississippi State insider Steve Robertson joins the show on the Modelo guest line talking Bulldogs baseball. Steve starts the conversation with his thoughts on the college baseball coaching carousel, and how MSU assistants could be on the move this off-season. Steve gives his thoughts on the postseason picture for MSU following a long SEC season and what importance, if any, the SEC Tournament has for the Bulldogs. Steve discusses the play of Tanner Allen this season, which has him in the SEC Player of the Year conversation, and how TA stacks up in the Mangum shadow. Steve discusses the impact of the addition of Kellum Clark to the Bulldogs lineup. Steve also hits on the potential plan for the pitching staff usage at the SEC Tournament as Coach Lemonis tries to prepare his club for a regional. 

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
May 24, 2021 - Hour 1

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 44:22


Bo and Blake talk SEC baseball and the legendary Phil Mickelson in the first hour of the show live in the Bank Plus Studio. The guys recap the final weekend of SEC baseball and what MSU and Ole Miss accomplished when it comes to solidifying a postseason hosting bid. Bo gives his thoughts on the incredible run by Phil Mickelson to become the oldest major winner in PGA history after winning his sixth major, this time the PGA Championship. In the SEC Insider Hit, Mississippi State insider Steve Robertson joins the show on the Modelo guest line talking Bulldogs baseball. Steve starts the conversation with his thoughts on the college baseball coaching carousel, and how MSU assistants could be on the move this off-season. Steve gives his thoughts on the postseason picture for MSU following a long SEC season and what importance, if any, the SEC Tournament has for the Bulldogs. Steve discusses the play of Tanner Allen this season, which has him in the SEC Player of the Year conversation, and how TA stacks up in the Mangum shadow. Steve discusses the impact of the addition of Kellum Clark to the Bulldogs lineup. Steve also hits on the potential plan for the pitching staff usage at the SEC Tournament as Coach Lemonis tries to prepare his club for a regional. 

Reaching Out Radio International
Special Interview with Pastor & Author Doc Duane E Mangum- Host Montell Fields

Reaching Out Radio International

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2021 94:00


Hello everyone welcome to Reaching Out Radio International, we are working together in one mind one accord as the body of Christ sharing the Gospel into the world. We want people to know the message of the cross the love of Jesus.  Tonight your host is Evangelist Montell Fields, founder of Reaching Out Radio International. she welcomes on special guest, Doc Duane E Mangum, Pastor and Author. They will be discussing his book, "From The Incubator To The Kingdom." The Story of a Young Man's Journey to Fulfill His God-Given Purpose. In this book God allows me to put on display the many challenges and traumatic experiences I faced from as a child through adulthood. However, the Lord uses each encounter to show me His amazing grace and love as He takes me from being homeless as a child, to endure physical and emotional abuse from my father, through contracting blood poison to being the first of my parents seven children to graduate from High School, College and earn a Ph.D.  We thank you for listening for your continued prayers and support God Bless!!

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
April 16, 2021 - Jake Gautreau on Jake Mangum vs Ole Miss

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2021 1:37


Mississippi State baseball assistant coach Jake Gautreau joins the show on the Modelo guest line talking Bulldogs baseball. Jake talks about the first series against Ole Miss without Jake Mangum in the dugout. Jake tells a funny story of an interaction between he and Mangum before a series with the Rebels a few years ago.

Natchez Trace: A Road Through the Wilderness

"Today we'll be looking at Mangum Mound. "This mound is a burial mound of the Plaque Mine Culture, ancestors of the modern Mississippi and Louisiana tribes, (and there's a close relationship between these mound builders and the Natchez Indians and the builders of EMERALD MOUND. The Indian society here had elaborate religious and agricultural ceremonies. Information gathered from the burials at this site indicate there was a high infant mortality rate, and that the burial ritual at the death of a chief included slaying the chief's servants who were buried with him. "At this site, important clues have been found that tell the story of people who lived and died here before the Spanish explorer Hernando DeSoto ever came through this country. "Artifacts tie these mound builders to a religious cult known today as the Southern Cult. Similar finds of artifacts link this mound to sites in Georgia, northern Alabama, and eastern Oklahoma. "On our next program we'll journey on up the Trace to the abandoned town site of Rocky Springs. For Natchez Trace: A Road Through the Wilderness, I'm Frank Thomas." For more about Natchez Trace: A Road Through the Wilderness, visit eddieandfrank.com

The ABV Network Channel
W(h)ine Time with McNew Ep 22 - Lori Mangum Part 2

The ABV Network Channel

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2021 63:22


Lucky for you Lori's back for part 2! Happy St Paddys Day! We run the gambit from overcompensating, seasonal decor,and diet culture.

All Peoples Church
The Beast Slayer

All Peoples Church

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2021 50:00


The Beast Slayer Ross Tenneson / General Connection/Tension This is one of the strangest texts I have had to prepare. Once you push into and understand the imagery and prophecy, it is also one of the most breath-taking. This text is a story both about the deep suffering God’s people will go through and his total control of that suffering. Then, it shares God’s plan to defeat that suffering. This text is for us because we are all sufferers. Do you need comfort today? Do you need hope? Do you need to grow in trusting God? Let’s see what God’s Word has to say to us. Revelation English Standard Version Chapter 8 8 In the third year of the reign of King Belshazzar a vision appeared to me, Daniel, after that which appeared to me at the first. The style of the book of Daniel has shifted (but the focus has remained the same). God reigns over all earthly kingdoms, he will bring them to an end, and he will set up his own kingdom that endures. In the first six chapters, the book of Daniel makes this point through telling narrative stories mostly of Daniel’s life in the nation of Babylon under king Nebuchadnezzar and Daniel’s interpretations of the king’s dreams. Last week in chapter 7, there was a shift. Now, the book focuses almost entirely on visions and dreams God gives directly to Daniel and their interpretations. Like most Hebrew literature, the author keeps making the same point from different perspectives to help us massage the message into our hearts. Daniel receives this vision two years after he received the vision of the Son of Man that Daniel preached on last week. He receives it during the reign of Belshazzar who rules Babylon after king Nebuchadnezzar. What does God show Daniel? English Standard Version Chapter 8 2 And I saw in the vision; and when I saw, I was in Susa the citadel, which is in the province of Elam. And I saw in the vision, and I was at the Ulai canal. Suddenly, Daniel finds himself in a different place and time. He’s no longer in Babylon, but in “Susa,” a capitol city in the Persian empire to come. (Persia will be the nation that defeats Babylon, kills its king, and rules the world for a period of time). What does Daniel see in the Perian city of Susa? English Standard Version Chapter 8 3 I raised my eyes and saw, and behold, a ram standing on the bank of the canal. It had two horns, and both horns were high, but one was higher than the other, and the higher one came up last. 4 I saw the ram charging westward and northward and southward. No beast could stand before him, and there was no one who could rescue from his power. He did as he pleased and became great. God shows Daniel a ram possessing two “high” horns with one higher than the other. He’s violent and charges in all directions, devouring and destroying at will. Nothing can rescue from him. Verse 4 says he “became great.” What should we make of that? We could translate that word “to boast” or become arrogant.[1] The ram has no regard for God and no regard for people who image God. We should feel a sense of dread and disgust when we consider the ram. (This language is remeniscent of Nebucahnezzar in chapter 4 who became a “great” tree, which was also a reference to his pride). What happens next in this vision? Can anything or anyone stop this beast? English Standard Version Chapter 8 5 As I was considering, behold, a male goat came from the west across the face of the whole earth, without touching the ground. And the goat had a conspicuous horn between his eyes. 6 He came to the ram with the two horns, which I had seen standing on the bank of the canal, and he ran at him in his powerful wrath. 7 I saw him come close to the ram, and he was enraged against him and struck the ram and broke his two horns. And the ram had no power to stand before him, but he cast him down to the ground and trampled on him. And there was no one who could rescue the ram from his power. 8 Then the goat became exceedingly great, but when he was strong, the great horn was broken, and instead of it there came up four conspicuous horns toward the four winds of heaven. There is another beasts who slays the rampaging ram. What brings it to a halt it and kills it? A flying goat does! What else is strange about this goat? It has a noticeable horn upon his head. Is the goat any more peaceful or any more gentle than the ram? Not in the least. He charges at the ram, becomes enraged, breaks his horns, casts him down, and tramples him to death. The goat is no better than the ram. Instead, it’s more vile and more violent. Our sense of dread and disgust only grows as we watch him kill. The goat doesn’t just “become great.” But rather, “exceedingly great;” that is, exceedingly proud. (The Bible contrasts compliant sheep with resistent goats). The pride of the ram is second only to the pride of the goat. If the ram treated God and people despicably, the goat is only worse. Yet, something suddenly happens to the goat’s horn: it breaks, and four other horns take its place. Then, English Standard Version Chapter 8 9 Out of one of them came a little horn, which grew exceedingly great toward the south, toward the east, and toward the glorious land. 10 It grew great, even to the host of heaven. And some of the host and some of the stars it threw down to the ground and trampled on them. 11 It became great, even as great as the Prince of the host. And the regular burnt offering was taken away from him, and the place of his sanctuary was overthrown. 12 And a host will be given over to it together with the regular burnt offering because of transgression, and it will throw truth to the ground, and it will act and prosper. 13 Then I heard a holy one speaking, and another holy one said to the one who spoke, “For how long is the vision concerning the regular burnt offering, the transgression that makes desolate, and the giving over of the sanctuary and host to be trampled underfoot?” 14 And he said to me, “For 2,300 evenings and mornings. Then the sanctuary shall be restored to its rightful state.” Then, one of these horns becomes exalted above the others. It exercises dominion over several lands, including the “glorious land,” which is the promised land of Israel. It’s greatness grows so great so that it extends even to heaven. The language of human greatness becoming great and reaching into heaven apart from God indicates a rebellious heart against God. In Genesis when the people build the tower of Babel in opposition to the purposes of God, the Scriptures say, English Standard Version Chapter 11 4 Then they said, “Come, let us build ourselves a city and a tower with its top in the heavens, and let us make a name for ourselves, lest we be dispersed over the face of the whole earth.” The verse says, “some of the host and some of the stars it threw down to the ground and trampled on them.” The “hosts and some of the stars” is a reference to spiritual, angelic beings in the Bible. In other words, this kindgom here will have dark spiritual power behind it that will destroy good spiritual beings that stand in its way. Again we see the language of pride in verse 11, “it became great,” means that it became arrogant, so much so this little horn considers himself even as great as the commander of God’s heavenly armies, and in verse 12 “A host will be given over to it,” means that God’s people will be handed over to this persecutor.[2] He will succeed in ceasing regular offerings happening to God and he will throw down and despise the truth that God has revealed. In the midst of his defiling God’s temple and God’s people, he will offer a sacrifice that is so horrible Daniel says it “makes desolate” (v. 13). How long will this reign of terror last? Daniel says for 2300 days or about 6.5 years. Here we see an illustration of the enemy of God and his people. It can hardly get more rebellious, vile, or awful than this (and it’s so much so that Daniel feels physically sick at the end of this vision). Yet, it is still difficult to piece together what exactly Daniel is seeing. Let’s keep moving forward to see... How does Daniel respond to this dream? English Standard Version Chapter 8 15 When I, Daniel, had seen the vision, I sought to understand it. And behold, there stood before me one having the appearance of a man. 16 And I heard a man’s voice between the banks of the Ulai, and it called, “Gabriel, make this man understand the vision.” 17 So he came near where I stood. And when he came, I was frightened and fell on my face. But he said to me, “Understand, O son of man, that the vision is for the time of the end.” It’s really comforting for me to know that Daniel responds this way. You may have no idea what this is all about at this point, and that’s okay, neither did Daniel! Suddenly, there is one with “the appearance of a man” standing before him. This could possibly be the “son of man” in the last chapter we saw ascent to the throne of God.[3] In which case, Daniel is encountering Jesus. This figure commands the angel Gabriel to make Daniel understand the vision. Gabriel, as a servant of the one who looks like a man, reflects the glory of God. When Gabriel draws near, Daniel encounters the glory of God. He responds rightly to this encounter: he falls upon his face and feals a sense or reverence and awe. The enemy from before has no fear of God, but Daniel’s heart fears God.[4] Gabriel starts by clarifying that “this vision is for the time of the end.” That means that this vision refers to a period where God will fulfill his purposes in history.[5] Let’s keep reading, English Standard Version Chapter 8 18 And when he had spoken to me, I fell into a deep sleep with my face to the ground. But he touched me and made me stand up. 19 He said, “Behold, I will make known to you what shall be at the latter end of the indignation, for it refers to the appointed time of the end. Now something unexpected happens (as if this chapter wasn’t strange enough). Daniel falls asleep! It takes the touch of the angel to revive him and make him stand up. This could picture Daniel’s weakness and need for God to sustain him. Unlike these self-sufficient beasts who pillage and destroy with their own strength apart from God, Daniel can do nothing without the strengthening of God. This latter time of God fulfilling his purposes will be a time of “indignation,” which means “wrath.” We are reading about God expressing his judgement against his people for his sins. Let’s keep reading, English Standard Version Chapter 8 20 As for the ram that you saw with the two horns, these are the kings of Media and Persia Finally, things Gabriel gets very specific. The ram refers to the Media/Persian empire, two kingdoms united into one. Dan 8:3 mentions that there are two horns, referring to the two different kingdoms. One, which comes later (the kingdom of Persia) will become more prominent than the other horn (the kingdom of Media).[6] The Persian empire, like this violent ram, was a brutal, deadly empire. Their marched throughout the ancient world bringing death and destruction. Yet, as cruel as they were, they were about to be outdone. English Standard Version Chapter 8 21 And the goat is the king of Greece. And the great horn between his eyes is the first king. 22 As for the horn that was broken, in place of which four others arose, four kingdoms shall arise from his nation, but not with his power. The flying goat who tramples the ram to death is the king of Greece. The Greek king who defeats the Persian empire is Alexander the Great. Why is the horn “conspicuous,” that is, noticable? Because Alexander is a noticable figure in history: he is the greatest military leader to ever live, conquering most of the world before the age of 30. He was also rash, proud, and violent to the extreme.[7] I believe the goat flies in the vision because of the unbelievable speed with which he conquered and spread his rule throughout the earth. These prophecies are so accurate with regards to what happened in history that many modern scholars assert the author must have written them after the fact. They think there’s no way prophecy could predict these events. However, there’s a huge problem with this theory: that’s not what a critical historical source outside the Bible reports: the historian Josephus says the opposite. He tells the story of Alexander arriving and and conquering Jerusalem. When he arrives, the High Priest at that time reckognizes that Daniel is prophecying about Alexander, and he shows Alexander where he is in the book of Daniel, which prompts Alexander to make a sacrifice to the God of the Bible.[8] What can show God’s more control of all of history more clearly than this moment, that as this powerful man marches through nation after nation, his life (and his rise and fall) is already written in the book of God? Just as Daniel writes, Alexander unexpectedly died, and in the violence and bloodshed that follows, his four generals split up and rule his empire in his place, hence the four horns that arrise in the place of the one. Then, the vision moves forward to focus specifcally on a ruler of one of these four kingdoms that emerges about 150 years after Alexander, English Standard Version Chapter 8 23 And at the latter end of their kingdom, when the transgressors have reached their limit, a king of bold face, one who understands riddles, shall arise. 24 His power shall be great—but not by his own power; and he shall cause fearful destruction and shall succeed in what he does, and destroy mighty men and the people who are the saints. Near the end of when God tolerates the evil rule of these kingdoms, a ruler more beastly than the others emerges. Having a “bold face” means he acts rashly and “understanding riddles” means he is clever and gifted at trickery and deception.[9] He will succeed at his purpose of destroying many of the people of God. Who could this figure be? When we put all of this information together, this ruler is likely Antiochus Epiphenes, the ruler of the kingdom who occupied the promised land and inflicted deep, deep suffering and death on the Jewish people. The death that he produced was immense. He killed 80,000 of all ages within three days (2 Macc 5:13). He forbids the Jews to make sacrifices to Yahweh in the temple. Can you imagine an enemy slaughtering 80,000 of your neighbors, friends, and family in the course of three days? And he goes further still... English Standard Version Chapter 8 25 By his cunning he shall make deceit prosper under his hand, and in his own mind he shall become great. Without warning he shall destroy many. And he shall even rise up against the Prince of princes The author describes Antiochus as “cunning” and “deceitful.” This is alluding to another biblical character that we will get back to. Verse 25 also says, “he shall even rise up against the Prince of pinces.” I take this Prince of princes to be the man who speaks to Daniel earlier in this chapter and the Son of man from the last. How does he raise against the prince of princes? In verse 13, the text says he commits “the transgression that makes desolate.” What is this horrible transgression against God? He enters the temple of God, and offers a pig (an unclean animal) to the false God Zeus. He commits the ultimate defiling against God. The, he gave himself the last name “Epiphenes” which means “manifest” and asserted that he was God in the flesh.[10] What lesson should we learn from these chain of events that the prophet Daniel predicted precisely hundreds of years before they happend by the power of God (and outside history confirms he predicted them hundreds of years before they happend). (1) As the author of all of history: God is sovereign over all evil and suffering. Calvin writes about this passage that God’s people would lose their trust in God if they thought their suffering and pain random and unpredictable, outside of the control of God. The events do not happen by chance, but proceed from the design and providence of God as a right response to their sin. This passage so meticulously predicts the future that it demonstrates God’s control over each detail of history. This same point applies to us: whatever suffering you are going through, God is in control. Just as he meticulously in control of all the details of this story. (2) And point 2 is that he is good. Though the sins of the Israelites deserved punshment forever, God only judged them through Antiochus temporarily. When the time was up, he says the following will happen to the oppressor of his people: English Standard Version Chapter 8 and he shall be broken—but by no human hand. The book of Daniel fortells that God will destroy Antiochus just like he destroyed the wicked empires who came before him. (The language of “by no human hand” reminds us of the dream in chapter 2 when God cuts a stone with no human hand that shatters the statue). Antiochus suddenly died of ulcers and worms while he was riding to battle against God’s people one last time. His life shows what is the end of prideful opposition to God. Here is the book of Maccabees (a Jewish history book that does not rise to the level of Scripture), The New Revised Standard Version The Last Campaign of Antiochus Epiphanes 10 Because of his intolerable stench no one was able to carry the man who a little while before had thought that he could touch the stars of heaven. To put it simply: God defeats his enemies and the enemies of his people. He does every time. This is the main point of the sermon. Whether they are human or spiritual, whoever and whatever they are, it’s not a problem for him. Just as he defeated Antiochus, he defeates all of his enemies. After Antiochus falls, Judas M. restores the temple and there is the first Hannukah. Now, how do we get there from God defeats Antiochus to the reality that God defeasts our enemies? What is the connection? There are not-so-subtle hints in this chapter that the author is talking about something bigger than Antiochus when he is talking about Antiochus. Remember earlier those descriptions of him using “cunning” and “deceit?” (Which, he does actually use trickery to gain access to Jerusalem before he captures it and kills many). Which biblical character does that remind us of? English Standard Version Chapter 3 Now the serpent was more crafty than any other beast of the field that the Lord God had made. Later in the chapter, Eve declares that the serpent “deceived” her (Gen 3:13). What else is striking is that this verse calls the serpent a “beast.” The beasts in opposition to God resemble and point to this first beast, this first rebel against God and his good plans for his creation. Later in this chapter, God says to the serpent, English Standard Version Chapter 3 I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your offspring and her offspring; he shall bruise your head, and you shall bruise his heel.” God promises to crush and destroy this serpent through the offspring of Eve who would receive a bruise in the process. When God strikes down Antiochus, the serpent-like enemy of his people, it should call to mind God’s promise to strike down the ultimate enemy of God’s people. When Jesus came and lived and died, he rescued people from sin and death and suffering. One way he did that was by fighting against people who acted like beasts, and by fighting against this specific beast, this serpent, when he hung upon the cross. He conquered the serpent, but not with violence, which is how the serpent and all other beasts like him conquer their enemies. He conquered him by receiving violence. How does that defeat the serpent? When Jesus took sin and death away from his people by taking it upon himself, he also took away from the serpent the only weapon with which he can hurt us. If he can’t kill us and keep us dead, and if he can’t condemn us for our sins before our father, then what can he do to us?! This is why the Apostle Paul writes, English Standard Version Chapter 2 13 And you, who were dead in your trespasses and the uncircumcision of your flesh, God made alive together with him, having forgiven us all our trespasses, 14 by canceling the record of debt that stood against us with its legal demands. This he set aside, nailing it to the cross. 15 He disarmed the rulers and authorities and put them to open shame, by triumphing over them in him. All of us are feeling the effects of the serpent and sin right now. We are facing little Antiochus’s of strained relationships, trauma scars, or chronic pain in our bodies. The good news of the gospel today is that Jesus has defeated the source of all of the harships you are going through. You will not experience this forever. God only gave Antiochus a fixed amount of time to hurt his people, and the serpent is and the curse only has a fixed amount of time until Jesus comes back and makes all things new. The Bible says God’s people will suffer, but it’s temporary, in fact, in light of eternity, it calls it a “little while.” Can you suffer a “little while” with Jesus who gave his life to destroy the cause of all of your suffering? What’s one thing you should do if you are suffering like God’s people are suffering in this chapter? We need to keep our suffering in perspective. What do I mean by that? When we suffer, it is so easy to put all of our attention on the pain and none of it on God. When we do that, we cannot gather hope from his character and plan for suffering. When our suffering causes us to meditate on our suffering apart from God (it diminishes your faith). If your suffering causes you to meditate on how God’s plan includes destroying your suffering forever, it will cause your faith to grow. What is one thing to do when you suffer? Intentionally call to mind the way God defeated this ancient evil ruler. Remember that one thing Jesus was doing was destroying the source of your suffing on the cross. Then, pray that God would grow your faith and hope in the midst of what you are going through. If you do not yet know Jesus, sadly, none of this is true for you yet. But it could be true for you. So please, don’t leave without asking someone how to put trust in Jesus. Now, the story concludes with these verses, English Standard Version Chapter 8 26 The vision of the evenings and the mornings that has been told is true, but seal up the vision, for it refers to many days from now.” Amen to this verse. The record of history shows these visions absolutely came true. Antiochus caused immense suffering for as many mornings and evenings as this chapter foretold and then God cast him down. English Standard Version Chapter 8 27 And I, Daniel, was overcome and lay sick for some days. Then I rose and went about the king’s business, but I was appalled by the vision and did not understand it. Daniel becomes sick and overwhelmed as he sees the suffering and the dishonoring of God in his vision.[11] It’s a good response to have to this troubling vision. Yet, Daniel “rose and went around the king’s business,” that is, he continued to live day to day life for his God and for others. A text like this calls those of us who feel discouraged by the harshness of this life back into patient action in the world, remembering that things are not as they always will be. [1] Koehler, L., Baumgartner, W., Richardson, M. E. J., & Stamm, J. J. (1994–2000). The Hebrew and Aramaic lexicon of the Old Testament (electronic ed., p. 179). Leiden: E.J. Brill. [2] Miller, S. R. (1994). Daniel (Vol. 18, pp. 225–226). Nashville: Broadman & Holman Publishers. [3] John Calvin, John Calvin: Commentary on Daniel - Volume 2 - Christian Classics Ethereal Library (ccel.org). [4] John Calvin: Commentary on Daniel - Volume 2 - Christian Classics Ethereal Library (ccel.org) [5] Jamieson, R., Fausset, A. R., & Brown, D. (1997). Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible (Vol. 1, p. 638). Oak Harbor, WA: Logos Research Systems, Inc. [6] John Calvin: Commentary on Daniel - Volume 2 - Christian Classics Ethereal Library (ccel.org) [7] Ibid. [8] Simmons, W. (2016). Alexander the Great. In J. D. Barry, D. Bomar, D. R. Brown, R. Klippenstein, D. Mangum, C. Sinclair Wolcott, … W. Widder (Eds.), The Lexham Bible Dictionary. Bellingham, WA: Lexham Press. [9] Biblical Studies Press. (2005). The NET Bible First Edition; Bible. English. NET Bible.; The NET Bible (Da 8:23). Biblical Studies Press. [10] Zacharias, H. D. (2016). Antiochus IV Epiphanes. In J. D. Barry, D. Bomar, D. R. Brown, R. Klippenstein, D. Mangum, C. Sinclair Wolcott, … W. Widder (Eds.), The Lexham Bible Dictionary. Bellingham, WA: Lexham Press. [11] Mark Driscoll, https://realfaith.com/sermons/kingdom-down-8-possibly-the-most-amazing-prophetic-chapter-in-the-bible/.

Kubernetes Podcast from Google
Crossplane, with Daniel Mangum

Kubernetes Podcast from Google

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2021 48:28


Crossplane lets you automate creation of infrastructure using Kubernetes APIs. Daniel Mangum is a Crossplane maintainer working at its creator Upbound, a TL of Kubernetes SIG Release, and a YouTube streaming star. He chats about tech with host Craig Box, who is helped this week by returning guest Ken Massada from GKE’s Support team. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: kubernetespodcast.com mail: kubernetespodcast@google.com twitter: @kubernetespod Chatter of the week Episode 18, with Ken Massada Things We Don’t Say podcast Glow in the dark sharks Earthquakes and tsunamis News of the week Microsoft Ignite news: Azure Arc for Kubernetes Azure Migrate app containerization service AKS release notes Microsoft Mesh Helm second security audit Meet Brigade v2 Harbor 2.2 and roadmap Google Summer of Code 2021 KubeCon EU 2021 schedule launched and the selection process explained Issue #100000 on kubernetes/kubernetes Links from the interview Visual Basic for Applications NYT article on retro computing Compiler Explorer Rich Code for Tiny Computers by Jason Turner Upbound Episode 36, with Jared Watts Crossplane Crossplane vs Terraform blog by Nic Cope Compositions and XRDs Crossplane vs Cloud Infrastructure Add-ons TBS episode with Matt Moore of Knative Helm provider July 2020: Crossplane joins the CNCF LFX mentorship program Dec 2020: v1.0 Mar 2021: v1.1 Kubernetes SIG Release doc.crds.dev Upcoming KubeCon talk: FPGK8s: Consumer-Grade FPGAs on Kubernetes Cutting GTA loading times by 70% and how YAML parsing can become quadratic Daniel’s current hirsuteness The Binding Status Flake-Finder Fridays Daniel Mangum on Twitter and on the web

Snowfighters Institute Podcast
Snowfighters Institute Podcast - Eric Mangum Interview

Snowfighters Institute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2021 44:06


Listen in as Snowfighters Institute Managing Partner, Phil Harwood, interviews Eric Mangum from Caterpillar, the world’s leading manufacturer of construction equipment, including Cat® articulated trucks, backhoe loaders, dozers, engines, excavators, generators, motor graders, skid steer loaders and wheel loaders.

Allison G Daniels
Episode #29 Guest Speaker Doc and Michele Mangum

Allison G Daniels

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2021 40:09


Episode #29 Guest Speaker Doc and Michele Mangum

The ABV Network Channel
W(h)ine Time with McNew Ep 20 - Lori Mangum/Special Guest

The ABV Network Channel

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2021 51:48


McNew hosts Lori Mangum and they talk about everything from *Gen-Z Style  Shame  to Dog Mom Problems *

Take the Elevator
40th Floor: A Picture Tells 1,000 Words - Let's Talk About Hugh Mangum 'This Monday'

Take the Elevator

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2021 21:41


The photographs taken by Hugh Mangum in the late 1800's to early 1900's truly represented his inclusion and diversity during a time of Jim Crow laws. Years later, another photographer by the name of Sarah Stacke would connect to his work in such a way. People use Mangum's playful photographs to show another side of the black community of that era. Take a ride and learn about this amazing connection - look up, and let's elevate.

Out in the Woods
“The Great Unchurching” with Reverend Brandiilyne Mangum-Dear

Out in the Woods

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2021 61:58


Brandiilyne and I talk about her many roles between being an activist, Reverend, and business owner! At the crux of everything though, there is her spiritual conquest to unleash, unbind, and unCHURCH. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ontw/support

Tailboard Talk, A 4th Shift Fitcast
Be Known As... Interview with Matt Mangum

Tailboard Talk, A 4th Shift Fitcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2021 104:03


Matt Mangum has been a:Record-setting powerlifterD1 Strength CoachFirefighter ParamedicBut none of these things are what he want's to be known for. If you listen to one story, make sure it's the one that Matt tells in the last 5 minutes of this episode.The long format felt like the only way to truly tell *most* of Matt's story. WARNING- This episode is a time warp and you will NOT understand how the time passes so quickly.

ShandeeLand
How Can Small Changes Lead to a Lasting Healthy Lifestyle with Kurt and Deanna Mangum, Founders of CoupleyFit™

ShandeeLand

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2020 36:45


Kurt and Deanna Mangum are the founders of CoupleyFit™. They are a devoted husband and wife team who are impacting the world through their holistic approach to wellness. Their goal is to help people make healthier lifestyle changes, by bringing them back to the basics of health. In this episode, we discussed their story and their S.W.A.N. (Sleep, Water Activity, Nutrition) philosophy. Kurt and Deanna explained how changing these four habits can help us feel better, stronger, and healthier. We also explored the importance of mental health, especially in 2020, and their amazing initiatives for suicide prevention. You’ll also hear about the realities of working alongside your spouse and ways to create a more harmonious working relationship. Finally, we talked about their involvement in the local community and how they are raising awareness of racial injustice.

Comparing apples to oranges
Episode 57: Episode 57: Green Naugahyde and Fear Inoculum

Comparing apples to oranges

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2020 74:26


You know the definition of an ear worm? That song you can't help but get stuck in your head? This episode isn't really like that. It's more of something you hear once, nod along with, and then feel ok with only going back to like once every 2 years. So, you know, pretty good. Well, Arthur and Mike discuss studio albums by bands that waited more than 10 years to put it out. Show notes Article about Les Claypool and Dean Ween https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/qa-les-claypool-on-primus-future-and-his-tv-show-with-dean-ween-105591/ Tool “explaining” things to their fans https://metalinjection.net/upcoming-releases/tool-reveal-concept-behind-new-album-explain-how-the-songs-ended-up-so-long/amp Tool’s claymation music video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MM62wjLrgmA Primus claymation music video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kY7jSesdxl0 The rest of the episodes of Comparing Apples to Oranges: https://thecatopodcast.blogspot.com/

Garbled Twistory: A US History Podcast told through elections!
Willie Person Mangum: Not So Magnanimous Actually

Garbled Twistory: A US History Podcast told through elections!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2020 4:56


The first prezzy wezzy candidate for 1836 seems to be a little wet behind the ears when it comes to years as a US Senator. Like he literally just got here! Nonetheless, I see no harm and seeing what the man's got, even if it's not much. Become a Patron!

Sinister Podcast
The Gribble House & Crystal Mangum

Sinister Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2020 86:42


We go on one or two rants this week... Oh and Jamie talks about the Gribble House and Sarah talks about Crystal Mangum! As always, thank you for listening! Please don't forget to rate and subscribe! Music Credit: Darkest Child var A Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

East Idaho Entrepreneurs Podcast
Clandestine Kringle, Elf Major Michele Mangum - 85

East Idaho Entrepreneurs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2020 40:53


Christmas is the time where magic can happen and each child should feel that miracles can occur. For those families who are facing challenging times, Christmas can be a distressing time instead of a happy time.  Elf Major, Michele Mangum, explains what Clandestine Kringle is and how individuals can get involved. That could be to help other families or to apply for their own.  For more information please visit the Clandestine Kringle group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/406234296971548.  

Pink Collar: A True Crime Podcast
35. Liars: Crystal Mangum (Duke Lacrosse Case) & Natasha Ryan (the Girl in the Cupboard)

Pink Collar: A True Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2020 85:12


**Disclaimer: we had another audio issue this week. This time Nathalie's audio towards the end during Rachel's case did not record. We should have this resolved in time for next week's episode!** This week, we talk about two cases surrounding women who lied. Nathalie starts off with the case of Crystal Mangum. Crystal was hired as a dancer for a party organized by the Duke University lacrosse team. While at the party, Crystal was involved in an altercation with some members of the team. The police were called and after she was asked some questions about the incident, Crystal disclosed she had been raped. While there was questionable evidence about the legitimacy of the incident, District Attorney Mike Nifong pursued the case. Nifong was up for re-election and was willing to do whatever it took to get a conviction, even if that producing false evidence. Next, Rachel tells the story of the girl in the cupboard, Natasha Ryan. Natasha went missing when she was 14 years old. When serial killer Leonard Fraser confessed to her murder, her family assumed the worst. When the trial was taking place, the police received an anonymous note saying Natasha was alive. Natasha had been hiding in the home of her "boyfriend", Scott Black, who was 21 at the time of her disappearance. Natasha and Scott were found later found guilty of causing a false investigation. Rachel's Sources https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natasha_Ryan https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taranaki https://www.nowtolove.co.nz/news/real-life/my-serial-killer-nightmare-4999 https://www.nowtolove.com.au/news/real-life/girl-in-the-cupboard-were-getting-married-30700 https://www.themorningbulletin.com.au/news/apn-ryan-sold-tale-for/65283/ https://www.stayathomemum.com.au/true-crime-series/natasha-ryan-the-girl-who-hid-in-the-cupboard/ https://www.frasercoastchronicle.com.au/news/the-dead-schoolgirl-who-fooled-a-nation-and-her-d/3608156/ https://www.smh.com.au/national/ryan-breaks-down-as-she-denies-witnesses-claims-20030501-gdgopa.html https://www.theage.com.au/national/she-had-everyone-fooled-20030411-gdvj02.html http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/2941641.stm Nathalie's Sources https://supreme.findlaw.com/legal-commentary/closing-the-door-on-the-duke-lacrosse-rape-claims-why-the-accuser-should-be-prosecuted-and-the-state-should-revamp-the-way-it-handles-false-crime-reports.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duke_lacrosse_case https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crystal_Mangum https://murderpedia.org/female.M/m/mangum-crystal.htm

Women and Crime
Interview with Crystal Gail Mangum

Women and Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2020 121:17


Ep 30: We revisit a previous case with new insights in an exclusive interview with Duke Lacrosse accuser, Crystal Gail Mangum. Crystal was convicted of murder after a domestic incident led to the stabbing of 46-year-old Reginald Day in the spring of 2011. Did the jury get it right, or is this a case ofRead more

Stay Walking: Dead Talk Live
Dead Talk Live: Matt Mangum is our Special Guest

Stay Walking: Dead Talk Live

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2020 58:44


Matt Mangum, Savior Turned Alexandrian, "DJ" will be our Special Guest

Stay Walking: Dead Talk Live
Dead Talk Live: Matt Mangum is our Special Guest - Audio Only

Stay Walking: Dead Talk Live

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2020 58:44


Matt Mangum, Savior Turned Alexandrian, "DJ" will be our Special Guest

Making Strides Podcast
Episode 10: Running Intensity with Ty Mangum

Making Strides Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2020 77:57


In this episode of The Making Strides Podcast AJ and Adam interview sports scientist and endurance coach Ty Mangum about high-intensity training. Most runners know what it is like to run hard whether it be in a workout or race, but most runners don't know how hard they should/can go or how often. What if you're a beginner rather than a seasoned runner? How might that change your approach to high intensities? What if you're on the track or in the mountains for an ultra? Each relies on different adaptations and therefore requires unique aspects of "training at intensity". Ty expands on some of the differences and how you might go about addressing them. Whether you are a coach, runner, or both this is for you if you want to understand training the aerobic more efficiently! 3:00 Defining the concept of "training" 4:00 "High-Intensity" defined 7:10 How to know how hard you’re going 9:15 Finding your max HR 12:00 Age predicted HR max 14:45 Terrain for Max HR test 15:50 Specificity of training 19:45 Different levels of fitness have different needs 23:00 "Time at intensity", how much do we need? 30:00 Execution of an interval session 35:10 Duration of intervals 43:10 "Sub-threshold" work 49:10 Running economy 57:45 Interval ladders 63:20 Progression of workouts 67:55 Layering in intensity 69:20 Who’s best at holding 90% of HRmax? 72:25 What’s your VO2 max? 74:20 Preference... running or cycling? --- Ty's website Ty's Instagram handle AJ's website at Up and Running Physical Therapy  AJ's Instagram Up and Running PT facebook page  Adam's website at RunMental Adam's Instagram RunMental facebook page Email us with any questions or requests at makingstridespodcast@gmail.com

Peace Church Life Change Podcast
Kaitlin Mangum - Kingdom Kids Update - Episode 16

Peace Church Life Change Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2020 16:49


We sit down with Kaitlin Mangum, the children's director at Peace Church, to discuss how God has used the Kingdom Kids ministry to reach kids through COVID-19. Kingdom Kids was able to impact many through their summer "Camp Peace" program even though it looked a little different. Kaitlin explains our new partnership with The Spot, as Peace Church is a host site for online learning. Kaitlin mentioned the book Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers, and you can find out more about it here: https://www.amazon.com/Redeeming-Love-Francine-Rivers/dp/1590525132 To find out more about Kingdom Kids, visit: www.peacechurchwilson.com

USF Bulls Unlimited Unloaded
Bulls Beat 9-22 Part One: Best of Scott/Bowers/Mangum from Football Radio Show

USF Bulls Unlimited Unloaded

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2020 15:00


Bulls Beat 9-22 Part One: Best of Scott/Bowers/Mangum from Football Radio Show by USF

They Had to Go Out
Episode 77: Alex Mangum - AMT - Flight Mechanic - HH60 - E City - Kodiak - Life After Service

They Had to Go Out

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2020 91:34


Former AMT and HH60 Flight Mechanic Alex Mangum talks a massive effort to save three commercial fishermen after their boat grounded in a remote Alaskan Bay during the worst storm many at the airstation had ever experienced, his first case as a flight mechanic and its textbook MEDEVAC from the deck of a cruise ship, training to perform helicopter hoists in the severe weather, how operational crews deal with incidents that truly shake them, staring in the inaugural episode of Coast Guard Alaska, and how the benefits gained through service helped him to achieve his post Coast Guard career goals. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theyhadtogoout/support

She Leads Me
C. Renee Mangum | CEO of Thee CRM Group and Founder of Boss Babe Delivery

She Leads Me

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2020 34:49


C. Reneé Mangum is the founder and CEO of Thee CRM Group LLC. She is the Chief Strategist behind Thee CRM Consulting Firm, a full service consulting firm helping entrepreneurs develop and sustain their business concepts. Reneé is also a bestselling author, internationally recognized blogger/influencer, and serial entrepreneur (CEO of Boss Babe Delivery, CEO of The Bestie Code, and franchise owner of Juice Plus+). Her mission is to help women be a boss in every area of their lives. She also hosts networking events nationwide, helping entrepreneurial women to connect and collaborate. From business to fashion to personal balance, she empowers women to be great, look great and feel great in life and business.Connect with C. Reneé Mangum on Instagram Learn more about She Leads Me's Business Mastery Workshop