JR continues to take your calls on who the biggest crybaby in sports is as part of his Top 6 List. To wrap up the show, JR talks to Special Olympic participant and man of many talents Michael Kelley on how the Special Olympics have helped him. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Last week I gave a quick overview of the main Eschatological views, this week I'm discussing their strengths, weaknesses, and where I stand. I had a lot of fun researching for this episode, this is one of those topics that seems limitless in variations, possibilities, and consequences. So, I'm quite sure I'll be learning and growing in this particular corner of the Theo-verse until I'm called home to glory! Below is a timestamped outline as well as links to anything mentioned. TS 00:12:30 - Correction on Voddie Baucham being Amil not PostMil The Great Unveiling by Michael Kelley: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B082SM9MG6/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1 TS 00:19:45 - Beginning the actual conversation, LOL TS 00:23:20 - Two opinions on when Revelation was written TS 00:26:35 - Articles on Irenaeus: https://biblicalbeginningsblog.wordpress.com/2019/07/18/thursday-book-review-irenaeus-against-heresies/ https://biblicalbeginningsblog.wordpress.com/2019/06/07/historical-church-series-early-church-heretics-docetism-and-ebionism/ TS 00:35:10 - Flavius Josephus: https://biblicalbeginningsblog.wordpress.com/2019/05/23/thursday-book-review-the-wars-of-the-jews-by-flavius-josephus/ The Last Days According to Jesus by R. C. Sproul: https://www.ligonier.org/store/the-last-days-according-to-jesus-paperback TS 00:52:45 - Issue of Interpretation TS 01:03:05 - PreMil Strengths and Weaknesses TS 01:09:00 - PostMil Strengths and Weaknesses TS 01:20:20 - Amil Strengths and Weaknesses TS 01:24:55 - Where do I stand?
Show Notes:Active Towns Landing Page for this episode for access to more photos, videosEvery week on the Strong Towns Upzoned Podcast, Abby Kinney and most frequently, Chuck Marohn, Founder of Strong Towns have a discussion about a relevant article in some way connected to the Strong Towns message and movement. The thoughtful analysis of the content of the selected article is then balanced out with a segment they call the "Downzone" when they share what they've been reading, watching, or anything else that's been occupying their time. Additional Helpful Links:Gould Evans Studio for City DesignBikeWalkKC - Active Towns Podcast episode featuring Michael Kelley and Laura Steele Active Towns Podcast with Kea Wilson original host of UpzonedGillham Cycletrack Cliff Drive - Historical VideoKevin Klinkenberg - Midtown KC NowIncremental Development AllianceJoe Minicozzi - Urban 3Eldorado Canyon - ClimbingPearl Street Mall - HistoryBentonville, ARActive Towns Dutch Cycling video montageShow Credits:Audio Production by Active TownsA not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping communities create a Culture of Activity.Creative Commons License: Attributions Non-Commercial No Derivatives 2021Please consider supporting the Active Towns Podcast by making a donation or becoming Patreon PatronTo sign up for our monthly newsletter, scroll down to the form at bottom of our home pageBe sure to check out our video podcasts and other content on our YouTube Channel - and please subscribe! Also, check out our video archive on VimeoYou can reach John Simmerman by email at firstname.lastname@example.orgMusic: Various Logic Pro X mixes by John Simmerman★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Steve Ehlmann, St Charles County Executive joins John Hancock, in for Marc Cox, to chat about growth in St Charles County as seen in new US Census numbers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, my good friend Michael Kelley joins me again on the podcast. Michael is a gifted pastor and author. He has written quite a few books. He's a gifted speaker and teacher of the Bible. We talk about his new resource “The Whole Story for the Whole Family: A Year of Jesus-Centered Family Devotions.” It…
Mike Elam in for Marc Cox, Michael Kelley is the #BottomLine guest and he won't back NY Governor Andrew Cuomo amid the latest allegations of harassment. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
John Hancock sits in the big chair for Annie to talk with Mark Gonzalez about the situation in Cuba and Pres. Biden's claim of an easy fix. Michael Kelley joins to talk the 10th Anniversary of the Chuck Berry statue on the Loop. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Michael Kelley is the Director of Policy at BikeWalkKC, an advocacy organization based in Kansas City, Missouri. Their mission is to “redefine our streets as places for people to build a culture of active living.” Michael sees biking and walking as tools that enable people to get where they need to go in a safe, affordable, independent manner. These active transportation options can improve economic resilience, health, and a sense of community in any town, and Michael is working towards that in Kansas City. He brings to the organization his background in addressing housing issues, helping businesses thrive, and supporting the arts, all of which now inform his interdisciplinary role of creating a more bike- and walk-friendly Kansas City. Before we get into this episode of The Bottom-Up Revolution podcast, hosted by Rachel Quednau, a quick reminder that if transportation issues matter to you, you definitely want to preorder Charles Marohn's forthcoming book, Confessions of a Recovering Engineer: Transportation for a Strong Town. Transportation in America is getting worse and costing more. We have to do better, and this book shows you how. We've got a bunch of special offers for those who preorder, including class discounts, an exclusive online Q&A event, and immediate access to chapter one of the book. Visit confessions.engineer to preorder your copy today. Additional Show Notes BikeWalkKC website Submit your question—any question—about building Strong Towns via our Action Lab, and it might be answered by Charles Marohn and featured in an upcoming episode of the Strong Towns Podcast. Pre-order our new book: Confessions of a Recovering Engineer: Transportation for a Strong Town Send us your own voicemail about the small (or big) thing you're doing to make your town stronger. Just record a voice memo on your phone and email it to email@example.com. Support this podcast by becoming a Strong Towns member today.
Michael Kelley and Dwayne McCrary share insights on Session 7 for the Summer 2021 Explore the Bible study of Job and Ecclesiastes. The post Session 7 (July 18, 2021) Explore the Bible Adults appeared first on Explore the Bible.
KMOX political analysts John Hancock and Michael Kelley join the gang in studio to spark a play-by-play broadcasting career and weigh in on critical race theory education. Dave, Rachel and Trish discuss how certain foods remind us of past moments in our lives. Joe Pot slides in from the sports office to chat about the Cardinal legacy and what Mike Shannon has meant to him. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today we celebrate our 100th episode. Sabrina Halvorson reports from the Western Agricultural Processors Association annual meeting with interviews from Roger Isom and Michael Kelley. Hear important topics such as proposed tax increases and the impacts of the ag labor shortage. In addition, JCS Marketing President and CEO Jason Scott tells us about how the idea for the show started. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily news. Please feel free to visit their websites. Agromillora – https://www.agromillora.com/ California Citrus Mutual – https://www.cacitrusmutual.com/ The California Walnut Board – https://walnuts.org/ Soil and Crop – https://mysoilandcrop.com/ For advertising inquiries, please contact us at 559-352-4456 or firstname.lastname@example.org
John Hancock & Michael Kelley talk about their relationship and friendship began, political candidates, and mistrust in the parties. The bank is a different world when you're a kid. John Rooney talks about the Cardinals win last night over Cleveland and previews the series with the Cubs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Though BikeWalkKC spearheaded the advocacy on decriminalizing walking and biking in Kansas City, they didn't go it alone. Michael Kelley breaks down the process BikeWalkKC used to change city laws that were inequitably enforced and didn't improve safety.
On this episode of Group Answers, Brian and Chris talk to Michael Kelley about how we can better disciple the people in our groups and our families. Michael Kelley is a
Debbie Monterrey, Amy Marxkors, and Michael Kelley discuss the busy weekend of sports and it is harder to eat at restaurants because of limited staff and everyone getting back out. A high number of teachers have thought of leaving the classroom. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today we have a special guest on the show, my husband, Michael Kelley! Come chat with us while we talk about how we met, our proposal story, his band NRWHL, his tattoos and how we are winging it at parenting. Don't miss our parenting trivia game and some pop culture news. And as always, you won't want to miss our random fact and good news story.**Disclaimer: may not be suitable for young children**if you would like to support this podcast, pleased TAP HERE and you can make any kind of donation.if you'd like to start a podcast of your own, tap THIS LINK and earn a $25 Amazon gift card for using Buzzsprout. It's the easiest way to host a podcast and will help you upload it to all podcast streaming sites within minutes of recording. If you'd like to buy a Good Mom shirt, go HERE or follow my personal INSTAGRAM or the Good Mom INSTAGRAMSupport the show (https://pod.fan/goodmomscrytoo)
- VICTOR DAVIS HANSON: "Should the American Government Keep Printing Money to 'Fund' the Myriad of 'Social Welfare' the Biden Administration Keeps Pushing in the Name of 'Pandemic Relief?'" - CALL-IN: "Families with Young Children will Begin Receiving DIRECT Monthly Payments in July Under the Biden "AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN." Do You Believe this Massive Expansion of Welfare will be Beneficial?" - MICHAEL KELLEY: "The Importance of Family Devotions on a Regular Basis"
Tony and Gabe Phifer are joined by Katie Fitzpatrick and Perry Woods to discuss the debut of Tony's new band, Michael Kelley from KMOX for a political discussion, American Viewpoints host Mike Ferguson and Gary Kellmann and Jeff W See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Whole Story for the Whole Family is the family devotional parents need to help their kids grow in their faith.Parents are called to be the primary faith trainers in the lives of their children. That means we, as parents, should help them know and understand the Bible so they can know, love, and understand God and His Son, Jesus. But so many parents feel overwhelmed and exhausted at the thought of discipling their children. Where to begin?The Whole Story for the Whole Family is a step in the right direction. In an easy-to-use and simple format, this devotional guide will equip parents to start teaching their children the Bible. Rather than seeing the Bible as a mis-matched collection of random stories about different characters in history, your kids can see the Bible as one story, woven throughout space and time, with one character standing at the center: Jesus. Through the use of an object lesson every day, digestible sections of Scripture, and simple discussion questions, The Whole Story for the Whole Family can help kids understand God's ongoing story and find their place in it.For questions, email email@example.com
Kansas City, Missouri is really not anybody's shortlist of most walkable and bike-friendly cities in North America, but as you'll learn from Laura and Michael the opportunities abound as BikeWalkKC, the City, and the surrounding communities strive to transform into a healthier, more vibrant, and people-oriented region.
Welcome to Solosaurus, a podcast about one player board and card games. In this episode, Martin and special guest Michael Kelley (from One Stop Co-Op Shop) take a look at Architects of the West Kingdom, by publisher Garphill Games. Intro and Exposition (0:00) Solo Gaming News (10:29) Review Begins/Overview (26:00) Components (31:42) Rules (40:00) Gameplay (46:35) The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly (1:01:05) Stomp Discussion (1:10:40) Special Announcement (1:12:40 - www.stonevalleygames.com/viscounts) Final Thoughts (1:13:57) You can find great solo games (and a community to talk about them with like-minded folks) at the best online gaming store for solo gamers: Stone Valley Games (www.stonevalleygames.com). Check them out, and tell them we sent you! To see more from Solosaurus, like us on Facebook at (facebook.com/solosaurus), follow us on Instagram (@solosauruspodcast), or shoot as an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. To read more of our favorite solo news page, head over to www.tableforone.me, or visit them on BGG at https://boardgamegeek.com/blog/9292. You can also find our work shared on the Armchair Dragoons website, where all kinds of games are discussed, even solo games! Games mentioned in the news portion of this episode: John Company (2nd Edition) Arkham Noir: Infinite Gulfs of Darkness Great Western Trail (2nd Edition) Other games discussed/mentioned in passing: Too Many Bones Spirit Island Clank! Clank! In! Space!
Today’s Guests Ty Manns – Movie: “My Brother’s Keeper” Major (Retired) Terrence “Ty” Manns went from a military man to a screenwriter. In my “Brother’s Keeper,” Ty keeps with his military roots and gives us an account of a veteran returning home with PTSD. For more information, click here. Michael Kelley – Author of “The […] The post A Closer Look at “My Brother’s Keeper” Movie | Jesus-Centered Devotions for Your Family appeared first on The Reconnect with Carmen | Engaging Culture from a Christian Worldview.
Joining us today is Michael Kelley! Michael is the Senior Vice President of church ministries for Lifeway Christian Resources and author of a new book, The Whole Story For the […] The post MARKED | Michael Kelley appeared first on Lifeway Women.
Amy and Mike talk to author Michael Kelley about his new devotional book for families! Parents are called to be the primary spiritual influence in the lives of their children. That means we, as parents, should help them know and understand the Bible so they can know, love, and understand God and His Son, Jesus. But so many parents feel overwhelmed and exhausted at the thought of discipling their children. Where to begin? “The Whole Story for the Whole Family” is a step in the right direction. In an easy-to-use and simple format, this devotional guide will equip parents to start teaching their children the Bible. Rather than seeing the Bible as a mis-matched collection of random stories about different characters in history, your kids can see the Bible as one story, woven throughout space and time, with one character standing at the center: Jesus. Through the use of an object lesson every day, digestible sections of Scripture, and simple discussion questions, “The Whole Story for the Whole Family” can help kids understand God's ongoing story and find their place in it. Michael Kelley is a husband and father of three who lives in Nashville, Tennessee, where he serves as the Sr. Vice President of Church Ministries for LifeWay Christian Resources. He is also the author of “Wednesdays Were Pretty Normal: A Boy, Cancer, and God”, “Boring: Finding an Extraordinary God in an Ordinary Life”, and “Growing Down”. Follow him on Twitter at @_michaelkelley or read more content like this at michaelkelley.co.
Hosts John Hancock and Michael Kelley open the hour discussing whether or not Yadier Molina and Adam Wainwright will return to the Cardinals and should the New England Patriots dynasty have been credited more to Tom Brady or Bill Belichick. Then, Michael is trying to figure out how to slow down when eating and John has some advice. Finally, how many streaming services are you subscribed to? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hosts John Hancock and MIchael Kelley open the hour giving their thoughts on whether or not people should let their dogs sleep in bed with them. Then, H&K give their thoughts on why Missouri should consider adding toll roads. Do you regift gifts that you get on Christmas? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hosts John Hancock and Michael Kelley start the hour discussing the possibility of St. Louis allowing indoor dining again soon. Then, Hancock & Kelley discuss COVID-19 vaccines and who should get them. Apple has started to change the chargers for their new iPhones, H&K discuss this. Finally, they discuss the important voting involved in the Georgia run-offs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hosts John Hancock and Michael Kelley discuss the new simulus checks, whether they are $600 or $2,000, and when they may be available. What has changed in the work environment now that many people are working from home? Hancock and Kelley discuss that with John Hancock Jr. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Whitt Roberts must contend with the fallout of his cataclysmic plan with Jason Sterling. Macallan meets Tulley in New York to give him a gift. Harlequinn hires Lisette to do a small favor for him. Support Future Seasons of Leviathan! We need your help to fund future seasons of The Leviathan Chronicles. Please support Leviathan and see what upcoming projects we have planned by visiting www.leviathanchronicles.com/kickstarter The Leviathan Chronicles was written and created by Christof Laputka. Directed by Nobi Nakanishi. Executive Produced by Robin Shore. Produced by Luke Allen. Edited and Sound Designed by Robin Shore and Luke Allen. Original music composed by Luke Allen. Featuring Samantha Parker as The Narrator Jerod Bennett, Gary Brown,Mishaelle Shaskia O. Castro,Tim Cooper, James Duncan,Michael Kelley, Matt Kellam, Maisy Hatchard, Micro Herring, Andrew Mours, Scott Sigler, Logan Smith, and Andre Yu as Newcasters Nobi Nakanishi, Nancy Wu, Ellie Hirschman, and Laura Post as Airport Bar Patrons Billie Carn as Hudson News Vendor Graham Rowat as Danish Doctor Jennie Brick as Nurse Erika Sanderson as Woman in White Coat Emma Canalese as Keitha Watson Kim Donovan as Macallan Orsel Matt Shale as Jeffery Tulley Nicole Goodnight as Waitress Stephanie Komure as Astrid Ansler Mike DelGaudio as Traffic Cop William TN Hall as Harlequinn Claire Dodin as Lisette Mainsables