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Rev. Dr. Nathan Meador, Executive Assistant for Mission and Mercy for the South Wisconsin District in Milwaukee, WI joins Rev. Brady Finnern to study Genesis 3. The fall into sin can also be seen as the first stewardship crisis. As David says, “The earth is the Lord's and the fullness thereof…(Psalm 24:1).” Adam and Eve were given responsibility as steward of God's creation according to His will, yet, they abandoned that vocation. The serpent, Satan himself, craftily caused questions concerning God's Word. The denial of their steward vocation has brought sin, brokenness, and death throughout the universe. God's plan is greater than our falling and the promise is proclaimed right away, “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 (Genesis 3:15).” “Lord God, You give and we receive. Help us to receive Your Word and follow You by Your help. Fill us with eternal hope in Your promise of a Savior and in the joy of the forgiveness won by our Messiah promised from the beginning. In Christ, Amen”
When we listen to a missionary it often causes us to reflect. Does my life have a larger meaning like there's? Do I see God at work as they do? Listen in to today's show where we hear the story of a couple who changed the trajectory of their lives by leaving the business world to become missionaries. Why this topic at this time? Today's episode is in response to a podcast listener by the name of Patty who said she'd like to hear more interviews with missionaries. I can see why. They are some of the most interesting people around. To talk with a missionary is almost always an interesting conversation. And more than interesting, whenever we truly hear the story of another person, whether they're a missionary or not, it can't help but cause us to reflect upon our own story. For today's show, I interviewed two of my friends, Billy and Laura Borkenhagen, to learn from them and their life-changing missionary story. One thing that's different about today's episode is that I have a word-for-word transcript of my interview in the show notes. It was done using AI - artificial intelligence software. I have been wanting to experiment with this for a while. And if actual transcripts are something you'd like to see more of, please let me know. Okay. Let's get on with it. Interview transcript John: So Laura and Billy, tell us a little bit about your journey to becoming missionaries. I mean, you both had pretty great careers and you left all of that to become missionaries in a camping ministry. Laura, why don't we start with you first? Laura: Sure. So yeah, Billy and I met in college and Billy became an architect and I began working in marketing. We both worked at the Kohler Company for our careers. I even traveled internationally for, a bit of time, which was really fun and fixed up a house. And I, I ran, I started my own photo business and Billy started working downtown in Milwaukee. We had three kids and life was, you know, kind of how I had it planned in my Excel spreadsheet of how I wanted my life to be. Yeah. And so we had taken our family with our three kids up to camp just to attend a winter camp and, just really had a great time. And so the next year we decided to go back and while we were there, I was reading in the dining hall. They have all the missionaries, like a little bio about each one of them and I was reading them. And at the end there was a job posting. I wasn't looking for a job, but I just, in that moment, I knew that that was my job. And that kind of just started a journey of us asking questions. And yeah, it was a bit of a story, but we, we ended up both joining as missionaries at, at Fort wilderness. And now we're here in the north woods. John: Well, tell us a little bit about what camping is at Fort wilderness and what your role is there. Laura: Sure. Fort wilderness is a camping ministry it's in Northern Wisconsin and it really aims to do, do four things. They get people out in God's creation in the outdoors just immersed, in what God's created, gives people God's word. So at all the different camps and retreats, there's always a speaker or, or way for you to hear, hear God's word. And then they use adventure programming. So things like horses and water slides and tubing Hills, and swimming and all sorts of adventure things. And then the fourth one is community. And so, so you're, you're always in Christian community. So it uses those four things and it's year round, summer, winter fall. And then there's camps for families. There are things just for youth where they get dropped off for, for a week or so there's a college age program. And then there's adult programs where it's like, just adults, like a men's retreat or women's retreat. John: So you're doing, you're doing your marketing thing, part-time from your home and Billy's still working in the Milwaukee area as an architect, correct? Laura: Yeah. That's how it started. I, I saw this job posting and I said, Hey, would you consider someone working part-time remote because I'm not moving that was my quote. And funny how, how God, every time I've said I would not do something, I feel like I've done it. John: Yeah. Laura: Yeah. So the, they were like, well, maybe like why? And I was like, well, I'm not interested in moving, but oh, I'd love to like work for Fort. And so they entertained the idea. They're like, sure, like think about it, pray about it. So I applied, I interviewed and I became the first ever remote employee. Working from the Milwaukee area while Billy was working in Milwaukee and the plan, I was willing to raise support as a missionary, but they said, well, we've never had anyone working remotely. So they offered me a six month contract where they paid me and they said at six months, if it works out, then we'll talk about raising support said, okay. So the six month mark comes and, and COVID had hit. And so I, I was not the only remote employee anymore cuz lots of people were working remote at that point. Laura: But the six month mark came and we were up at camp helping out and I was supposed to have this meeting about raising support. But before that meeting Billy's boss approached him and said, Hey,, there's really no job available, but I really need an architect. And you're married to Laura. Like, would you guys consider moving up here and, joining staff. And we were like, um maybe I'm not sure. And so the short story, they sent us home and said pray about it for the next 30 days. And we said yes, after that 30 days, cuz we really felt, felt the Lord every, there was a hundred instances where we felt like, wow, the Lord is just really showing us and opening this door. John: Yeah. And Billy, that was quite a, I mean it was big change for Laura, but, but you actually gave up a pretty great job as an architect. How did, how did that, how did God work in your life to, to do such a thing? Billy: Yeah. I really thought that I would retire at HGA cuz it was a really good firm and my opportunity to work there was pretty unique and through one of my college professors, so I had a good job and I liked it. I think the shortest way I can answer that. The short story is that by a combination of the opportunities at Fort wilderness, the special needs that they had and then some things that God was doing, not only in my life, but in Laura's life, separately, but at the same time. And each of us made it pretty clear to us that this is something that, we should step into. And that was kind of the answer to the prayer that we got. So that's the very short version of that story. I think the longer version is that God had showed me very clearly that we weren't in total control of our lives. Billy: As much as you think you are, as much as you think the way you live or the job you have or the community you're in is giving you some sense of control God had shown us in personal ways that we're actually not in control. And so that put our minds in a place where I think we were willing to consider leaving all of the stuff that we've built up over the years and taking a risk of stepping in, into sort of this unknown role and fulfilling this, what was a, a clear need, but an unknown role for us. And so the timing of that sensation with the open doors and the opportunities and all of that is really what compelled us to seriously pray about it and determined this is where God was leading us. John: Mm yeah. So it's not like you were, you were running away from something that, you know, things are going along pretty well. And, but here is something that was better that God was leading you to. Billy: Yeah,Absolutely. I mean, it's still to be honest, you know, sometimes at our worst we're tempted to think like, man, did we, you know, you get to this point where can't go back and you're like, did we make a mistake? You know, going forward. And yeah. And I think a lot of that is just the enemy tempting us and trying to, you know, keep us from what God's called us into. But yeah, absolutely. It wasn't certainly wasn't running away. In fact it was quite when we came to Fort wilderness, for me personally, I had a lot of support and encouragement from peers and coworkers and even my own supervisor when I left and broke the news to him that I was, you know, gonna be resigning in the next month and talked to him. He this was God's grace. Billy: He had offered that, you know, he is like, he's like, I, I'm not gonna ask you to stay and offer you more money cuz I understand why you're doing this, he's like, but if things don't work out in spring and your support raising, isn't going well, he's like just call me, you know, I could throw some work your way and you could work remotely. Everybody was working remotely at that time. Anyway. So things like that were super helpful and leaving on leaving with good rapport and on good terms is, you know, something you still think about, especially in those moments when you're doubting and you know, wondering, and life is seeming more complicated than it probably should be. John: Yeah. Yeah. Interesting, you know, one definition of a missionary is someone who goes from one culture to another culture to, in some ways spread the good news of Jesus Christ. Now you move from one part of Wisconsin to another part of Wisconsin, but did you notice any cultural differences between where you were living in, in an urban setting compared to ....your smiling ... Um compared to living in the north woods? Tell us about the change in culture. Laura: Yeah, yeah. That's such a good, good question. You know, I think, I think I know that I downplayed this. I was like, and we've, we've had this whole discussion of what is the definition of a missionary and, and there's different ones. You know, at Fort we raise, we raise our support, meaning that our salaries paid to us. We had to talk to our church and friends and family and they support us monthly and that money pays our salary. So you know, that, that was one thought I had and because we were doing that support raising, I was like, yeah, I'm mean, and there isn't really the cultural thing because we're in Wisconsin and we're still gonna be in Wisconsin. And I, I should have, have thought about that more. It's been a drastic cultural change, both from just living in the city to living in the north woods, but also just not being on the corporate world schedule economy. Laura.: It's been challenging. I think mainly because I downplayed it. It was like, it's no, no big deal. We're just moving four hours away. It's no big deal.... And it, it has been a big deal. Mm. And I, you know, John, you told us, you have a lot of people that listen to your podcasts that are missionaries. And so I don't want that to come across as we did something as, as hard as moving to another country. In fact, I'm saying, wow, this has been a struggle. And we moved four hours and I can't imagine someone moved actually to a different our country. Yeah. we, you know didn't have language barriers or, or any of, of those things. So I don't, I don't wanna diminish, I mean yeah. Mm-Hmm, even more strength it must take to, to go to another country. John: Yeah, yeah. Yeah. How about for you, Billy? What, how has the cultural change, affected you or did it,? Billy: Yeah, certainly I think, especially cuz we moved from a pretty tight knit community and we had a lot of overlap between our church community and our living community mm-hmm . And so the people that we'd see and bump into at church on Sunday were also people that we'd see and bump into, you know, walking around sidewalks and we're just kind of doing life together. And that's, so it's a little, it's much more spread out up here just physically and logistically to overlap and to kind of get insights into people's lives or invite people into your lives is just logistically more challenging. So that was a, that's a big thing. I think that just drives sort of a different culture in the way. Probably that people are just and this is, I don't like to make general statements, but are just less accustomed to always being around mm-hmm you and other of people, you know, it's just, it's just kind of, there's a different vibe to it. Billy: But I think to add to what Laura was saying one of the challenges, and maybe this is less about culture is just being, feeling unestablished. I think when you go from a place where you feel established or you built a home and a life and you go to another place, whether that's 30 minutes away or on the other side of the world, there's a part of you. I think that I felt that where we feel like foreigners a little bit, like we're not, we, we didn't grow up here. You know, we haven't, our kids weren't raised here. We don't have the history, we don't know the places. We don't know the landmarks, all the, all the things that make you kind of have this sense of home and establishment, we're trying to piece together and, you know, get a grip on a little bit. So in that sense, maybe that amplifies the, what we perceive as like a difference in cultures from one to the other. But I think, that's a big part of it. John: Mm. Yeah. You know, one of those things that, we talk a lot about on the podcast is relationships. Have you noticed any differences in relationships where you're living now compared to where you were living, where you came from? Are they, are they different? Are they the same? How has your move affected the relationship between the two of you and, you know, your children, your parents? Has that been affected in any way? Billy: Yeah, I think , sometimes there might be the sense that if God's calling you to something and you understand that call and you accept that call, that you've arrived and you've, you've kind of done it and accomplished, you know, like the rest of this story is, and they lived happily ever after, you know, and I think that one of the things I've come to recognize, especially with relationships is that God doesn't, you know, call the equipped, but that he calls everybody, especially us to come here to grow. And so we've, I think that Laura and I, you know, between the two of us have had growth in our relationship, even in the past weeks. And some of that, I contribute to God, specifically pushing us and growing us in areas together as a married couple. And a lot of it has to do with, you know, that whole being established thing. I think that maybe he hasn't let us get too established yet because he does want us to not be too dependent on things. He loves us too much to let us get established in maybe bad routines or things like that. Mm-Hmm so he's working on us and you know, would he have done that? Had we not slipped into this fall? I don't probably, I don't know, but it seems like as we're here specifically, you know, making our work, his work, he's been pretty intentional in growing us as a married couple. John: Mm-Hmm. Yeah. Laura: I think yeah, our relationships have, have definitely every single one has changed. One thing we were talking about just tonight was so we had this great community where we lived and with our church and our neighborhood and Bible studies, we were in, like, we just, we had this great, great community. Right. And like, lots of people knew we were Christians, but yet we become a missionary. Right. And, so now all these friends know that we did this big thing and moved, right. And like Billy said, like, somehow you can feel like you've arrived. And, and cuz people would say that to you like, oh, I could never do that, but I'm so glad you're doing it. Like as if we're all of sudden somehow elevated, which is just not true, God comes to us in our brokenness. But, the really surprising, you know, the sad change is like, of course, like you don't keep in touch as much as you want because we're here now. Laura: And a lot of our relationships where we lived, like everyone walked places, we only had one car and we almost never used it. Like, so you would just run into people and connect with them. And so that's gone, like, you know, you still can text people and call people, but like that daily interaction it's not there. And so that, that was a great, great loss, but this beautiful thing that's come is people, whether they support us financially or not, we'll text us prayer requests. And it's like, I used to talk to you every day and you never asked me to pray for you. but now I'm a missionary. And like, I get the honor of people reaching out and being like, Hey, this is going on. I know you said that we could reach out for prayer you prayed for this. And I was like, wow, like, so that's been a beautiful change in, in the relationship. Mm-Hmm. That I wasn't expecting to be honest, like I was not expecting that at all. So, yeah. John: Cool. And, tell us about your, kids. You got three young kids. What about your relationship with them and their own individual relationships? Can you comment on that? Laura: You know, it was, it was a really big change for them too. And, and for context, our kids, when we moved were, seven, five and three, when we moved and, and I thought, you know, yeah, they've got friends, but they're super young. You know, they're not gonna, I, I didn't think it would be a huge deal, but there was a lot of factors. They were in public school, COVID hit. Then they were home. Then we decided to homeschool. Then we decided to become missionaries. And so they had like major change after major change, after, or major change. So I, I think there's been highs and lows mm-hmm and I think, I think something God's taught me in it is you can plan all you want and pick out, oh, this community is gonna be best for my kids, or this school is gonna be best, or this church home is gonna be best. But at the end of the day, there's not one perfect place to raise kids. And it's gonna be hard whether we're missionaries in the Northwood of Wisconsin or we're in this perfect picked out community. Mm-Hmm because we had picked out, you know, where we lived was because of the schools and the church and the community and, and there's pros and cons to any place you live. And at the end of the day, you have to put the time into parenting and you've got to rely on the Lord. John: Mm-Hmm Laura: I think the Lord's for sure. Been teaching me that since we've been here. John: Yeah. Yeah. Were there any surprises when you started, when you moved? Laura: Was that a yes, no question? The answer is yes. John: . Can you share one ? Billy: Yeah, I don't want, I don't mean this to sound critical or anything. But I think that for some reason, I thought that I worked in the secular world and that the secular world was very secular. And then you come and where I was going to work , you know, is kind of the church and the ministry. And so I had sort of this ideal in my mind about how that would look and function, and honestly you get into it and you start to discover like, oh, wait a minute. There's actually like, people are still people even here. And there's brokenness mm-hmm and there's challenges. And there's, you know, places where maturity is needed or places where maturity is really strong. And so one surprises that I found myself in moments, like looking back and thinking like, wow, actually in some ways I found my, my company that I worked for to be, you know, in moments could be more empathetic and in moments could be more concerning about, you know, like work life balance or stuff like that. Billy: And, again, I don't mean that to sound like a criticism, especially Fort wilderness is an amazing organization. And, you know, I think we're super blessed and impressed with it, but there's just a, you know, a reckoning of the ideals that we sometimes falsely build up in our mind about how, how ministry is gonna be this perfect place. Everyone's gonna be working hand in hand in community. But like, in fact it is work and , it's called work for a reason because it is difficult and people aren't perfect and we aren't perfect. And, but yet by God's grace we all, you know, so somehow come together and do something. John: Yeah. Yeah. Cool. For each of you, what have you found to be some of the more rewarding things about what you do? Billy: Do you wanna go, Laura: You can go first. Billy: Well, I think it's really cool being like I'm, so I'm a registered architect and I'm an architect by trade and been doing that for years. And I came from a firm of, you know, there are 110 people in it and like 80 architects, people who think and work like I do. And we, you know, we understand the craft that we come together around to do. So being, being the only architect now has on one hand challenges, because you don't have the depth of resources you had and you know, you're always kind of comparing yourself to your, your past or your peers, in the industry. But on the other hand it's really cool cuz you feel like, man, I really matter here. Like I really like I'm bringing the skillset that's unique and prepared us for it. And I matter in this role and I, I really feel like I belong here. And so I think that's been rewarding as we've seen projects come together and as we kind of solidify with our teams and you know, work together really well and actually see stuff get done, it's, it's kind of a cool feeling. You feel like you really had a big impact on it. John: Mm-hmm great. Laura: Yeah. And I'd, I'd say I think our unique area of ministry of, what Fort does, family camps in general, the people coming are all Christians to the family camp. Like you come to family camp to have a certain experience and you likely wouldn't sign up to attend a Christian family camp if you're not Christian in general. Right. So, so that part of the ministry people come and they are expecting and willing to talk about deep things because you're the missionary staff. And so, you know, I worked years at the Kohler company and had maybe one spiritual top discussion with a colleague because it's like taboo in the workplace to talk about anything. Right. Spiritual. Yeah. Yeah. And so if to get on that level with someone took years of working with them and it's like, we're up here at camp. And like our first summer I'm like, I just had this incredible conversation and this camper was talking to me about that. Laura: Right. And it's just like happening all over. And so that was like super encouraging. And then the youth camps and all winter, the youth groups come up all winter and, and so that you've got just all sorts of people. Like they're not, not all Christians and they're seeking and so yeah, I've just been, just touched the whole, the whole year. And I, I guess maybe it, it, after working corporate world for a long time, I hope that I never lose that this first year joy that every time campers are there, there's an opportunity for an incredible conversation. Yeah. yeah. Yeah. You know, and, and the flip side of that, honestly, though, John is like, there are days when I'm doing my marketing stuff that I just feel like I'm doing marketing stuff. Right. And, and I think as someone who, this is our first time working in ministry and I, I cringe at that term because you work as a Christian, I think you're always working in ministry. You're just not always being paid. Right. Like, yeah. So I guess I think, you know, we're one year in living up here and, and I'm still, I'm still wrestling through, I think a lot of that of am I, am I doing ministry when I'm plugging away at my computer? Mm-Hmm you know, or is it only when I'm talking with campers? Billy: Yeah. Laura: And there's a guilt in that right. Of like, and then you have camp is fun. So it's like, I never wanna leave because I might miss out on some incredible conversation. And then I'm like, but wait, like this isn't about me. Like God is actually doing the work. So I can go home like, , I can go rest. Right. Billy: It's a bit of an identity crisis at times, because it's like on one hand, I'm, I'm a professional who came from the corporate world and I'm, for me, I'm an architect and I do architect and we drive projects and I know what to do as an architect. So I've got that title. But on the other hand, I'm sort of this, I guess, cliche, missionary title too, you know, it's like, and so I feel like, like you're saying, if I'm doing my architecture stuff really well, it takes a lot of, you know, time and dedication. And I feel like, okay, I'm, I'm being a good architect, but now I'm not being a good mission area because I'm not doing ministry with people and you know, and so then it's like, all right, now, what is mission? What is ministry then? Billy: Is it designing the projects and, you know, making them successful or is it serving lunch with a camper or having the spiritual conversation or preaching, or, you know, where, when I'm an architect one minute, and the next minute i'm a missionary and, you know, maybe, you know, why doe it gotta be so complicated? but, but there's a bit of that where you feel like you're doing one well, and you're neglecting the other, or you're doing the other well, and you're neglecting the first and mm. It's kind of a strange gray area. Cause you're, yeah. You know, you're compared to professionals on one hand, but also this definition of a missionary on the other hand. John: Yeah. That was interesting. What have you learned about yourself? You've been there now? What a year and a half, two years, is it Billy: Deep questions. You know, I think, I think one thing that I've learned is I didn't think that where I lived and the house I had mattered to me as much as it apparently did. I Billy: Hmm. You know, and I think that we were talking a little bit earlier about, you know, this idea of being established and all that, and it's, it's more uncomfortable than I probably thought it would be. You know, I kind of had this idea that I could live. We could live anywhere. You know, we're pretty flexible. We're nimble all this stuff, but it's just weird how these silly thoughts come to you. You like the neighborhood we live in now, demographically is, is much poor, very different, mostly all rentals. Like, so you have, you know, it's, it's not hard to see that there's like a lot of brokenness and the families and things around here. And, you know, in Wauwatosa I think we lived across the street where our next neighbor's house was a $600,000 house. And now , I think the house across the street from us is probably worth $60,000, you know? Billy: So it's like Uh, starkly different. And so you have these dumb thoughts of like, man, my kids, like, what are they gonna grow up understanding of it? You know, like how is this gonna affect them and all this stuff. So I think God has used our living situation to expose idols in our hearts and in his grace has pushed us to deal with those things and to really understand what, you know, what is, what is important. And so I think that's a way that I've seen, I know I've been growing in that. I think we've both been growing in that. Mm. Laura: Yeah. I think the biggest thing I've learned about myself is that I had a lot of deep rooted pride in, in money and my own achievements. Like, like I went to college and, you know, I was a straight A student. And so then you, you get the job and your paycheck comes and you're like, yeah, I deserve that money. In fact, I probably should be paid more because mm-hmm. , I've worked for this and I'm a hard worker and right. Like it, you can just, I mean, I never said those words out loud, but I definitely thought them in my head. And then the Lord leads us to this thing that we have to raise support. Right. And every time, so how it works when we get a paycheck, every paycheck there, we get a sheet in it with all these names and the amount that that person gave in that two week pay period. Laura: Mm. And it's really hard to be prideful when you get a sheet like that every week. And you're like, no, like the reason I get to do this work is because all these people believed that this ministry was worth it and believed that Billy and I were being called to it and are willing to give the funds so that, so I can get paid. And every time I open those little envelopes, I'm like, oh, it's not about me. Like it, like, I just it's. I mean, we've been getting them for a year. Like, and I still can just feel like I need that reminder every two weeks to not be prideful. And I'm like, wow, I had a way bigger pride issue than I thought I had. John: Mm-Hmm. Laura: Like, like, okay, like, you know, and so it gets back to this like dual purpose. It's like, has the Lord called us here because we're, we have skill sets and we have something to offer that Fort needs. Yes. But has he equally called us here because he's working in us and, and through us, like, because we're broken sinful people, like yes. Like both those things are true. Billy: Yeah. Laura: And, I think that's a good place to be, to have both those being true. John: Yeah. What advice would you have for someone who is where you were a year and a half, two years ago? What advice would you have for someone who would be considering leaving a secular job to be, to become a missionary? Billy: I would say that if, if God is really calling you to that, then you can't go wrong and he, he's not calling you because you're equipped and you may, and you may be, and maybe you have a skillset to offer, but it's like, Laura was just saying, he's calling you to equip you. He will equip you. And in ways that are far reaching beyond the actual work that he's calling you to do, mm-hmm,, he's deeply concerned with you. He's deeply concerned with the condition of your heart and he loves you. And that's why he's calling you into it. So if he's, yeah, if you, if he's calling you then do it, but it doesn't mean that the rest of the story is, and they lived happily ever after mm-hmm John: Yes. Billy: He calls us to grow us. Laura: Yeah. I'd echo that. And, and I would also say if you feel the Lord's leading, you, you know, you need to get on your hands and knees and, and make sure that he's, he's the one leading that it's not something in your own mind. And, and I think you do that in prayer. I think you do that in, in his word, you do that by reaching out to, to some really trusted friends, which, you know, John, that, we did that when we were in our, our discernment time period. And for us, all three of those areas in our individual prayer in our time spent in the word and the trusted friends we met with all three pointed to, to going. And at that point we said, yes, we didn't, we didn't ask about the money. Or we were like, well, we can't say no. Now, like, if God has said yes, in all three of those areas, like, I mean, that that's, I that's how we discerned our decision. And so I, I put that time in that discernment process, for sure. John: Yeah. Yeah. Well, this has been great. It's getting going longer than I told you it would go. So I appreciate your appreciate your time. If people wanted to find out more about Fort wilderness, how could they do that? What's the website and all of that. And I'll have it in the show notes too. Laura: Yeah. So it's, it's fortwilderness.com. It's a new website that I had the privilege of working on. So thanks for asking about that, John. John: That's right. I forgot. Yeah. That's a great website. Laura: That's been my big work for the last like eight months. It's not perfect, but, but we did launch the new website and you can find out about the ministry there. You can see the missionaries that are serving there and many are still raising support. Yeah. And you can, you can get in touch with us. We love praying for people and getting to know people so, yeah, that'd be great. John: Mm-Hmm. Good. Well, thanks again. We love you guys and we, we miss you, but we're just really, really excited to see how God is using you for his glory in Northern Wisconsin and all the people that come from all over to learn more about Jesus and you are important parts of that ministry, important parts of facilitating that kind of activity and advancing God's kingdom. So we applaud what you do, that's for sure. So again, thanks for your time. And we will stay in touch. So what does all this mean for YOU? Some of the questions I asked Billy and Laura I found helpful for all of us to ask ourselves How has God led us to what we are doing now? How are relationships impacting our lives? What are the rewarding things about our jobs, or if we're not employed, what's rewarding in the ways we spend our time? What have we learned about ourselves in the last year or two? Here's the main takeaway I hope you remember from today's episode Taking the time to listen to a missionary, to hear their story of how God has led them and is growing them, can inspire us to listen more deeply to God so that we can grow too. I'd love to hear any thoughts you have about today's episode. Closing In closing, I hope your thinking was stimulated by today's show to think about how you can listen to a missionary, or even your friends, to hear their story of how they got to where they are today. For when you do, it will help you experience the joy of relationships God intends for you. Because after all, You Were Made for This. Well, that's it for today. In the meantime, create a little joy for the people you meet this week. Spread some relational sunshine. And I'll see you next time. To check out Fort Wilderness, go to fortwilderness.com Related episodes you may want to listen to 139: Why Should I Listen to This Podcast? 143: Initiate with People to Enrich Our Life - Part 1 144: Initiate with People to Enrich Our Life - Part 2 Our Sponsor You Were Made for This is sponsored by Caring for Others, a missionary care ministry. We are supported by the generosity of people like you to continue this weekly podcast and other services we provide to missionaries around the world.
This week on the New Music Business podcast features Bob Babisch, the Vice President of Entertainment for the glorious Summerfest. Following its 1968 debut, Summerfest has evolved into what is now recognized as “the World's Largest Music Festival” and Milwaukee's cornerstone summer celebration with approximately 800k people. Babisch manages tens of millions of dollars in the entertainment budget for Summerfest on an annual basis, and has worked with a plethora of artists over his 46 years in the music industry, from The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder to Whitney Houston, Lady Gaga and Kanye West. Learn more about Summerfest here: https://www.summerfest.com5:05 Welcome7:38 The history of Summerfest9:42 How many people each stage holds11:54 Structuring the festival lineup13:27 Showcasing local Wisconsin artists16:45 Keeping up with the times18:30 When Summerfest starts booking acts22:15 Fishing where the fish are23:38 The finances behind Summerfest30:17 The production crew35:25 Change over times and standard line checks38:46 Video screens on stage39:51 Festival hospitality41:39 Smaller ground stages43:44 How to get booked at Summerfest47:29 Final questionSubscribe to The New Music Business: https://aristake.com/nmbAri's Take Academy (use code NMB for 10% off): https://aristakeacademy.comWatch more discussions like this: https://bit.ly/3LavMpaConnect with Ari's Take:Website: https://aristake.comAcademy: https://aristakeacademy.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/aristake_/TikTok: https://email@example.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/ArisTakeYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/aristake1Connect with Ari Herstand:Website: https://ariherstand.comInstagram: https://instagram.com/ariherstandTwitter: https://twitter.com/ariherstandYouTube: https://youtube.com/ariherstandConnect with Bob Babisch:Website: https://www.milwaukeeworldfestival.comWebsite: https://www.summerfest.comInstagram: https://instagram.com/summerfestTwitter: https://twitter.com/sfestbobEdited and mixed by Maxton HunterMusic by Brassroots DistrictProduced by the team at Ari's Take See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
SCARED TO DEATH IS EXPLICIT IN EVERY WAY. PLEASE TAKE CARE WHILE LISTENING This first story is insane! Dan found this one in a deep, dark corner of the web. We are off to Georgia for a unique and twisted story of reincarnation. Then in his second story, Dan brings us a true crime/paranormal combo! We are going to explore some paranormal encounters possibly related to Lizzie Borden. Lynze explores the negative energy of a house and what it could lead you to do. Can an evil spirit be haunting you without ever exposing itself? Her last story explores a new topic: automatic writing. A wild, cool and interesting story about how automatic writing works and what happens to someone when they try it.New Merch: So many of you asked for it! So here it is! A Bad Magician shirt featuring all 3 Bad Magic pods. Are you a Timesucker or a Space Lizard? Are you also a creep or peeper? Are you a Dummie? Then pick up this new tee meant for only the most hardcore Bad Magic listeners at badmagicmerch.comStandup: Also - if you want to see a very different side of Dan than you see here, his Symphony of Insanity standup tour is back and running. Go to dancummins.tv for ticket links to shows in Chicago, Missouri, Milwaukee and Davenport this spring.Bad Magic Productions Monthly Patreon Donation: So excited to announce this months charity, The HALO Dental Network. Our donation amount to HALO is $14,300 with another 1600 being set aside for the Cummins Family Scholarship. More info coming on the scholarship in a few months! HALO was founded by Dr. Brady Smith. The HALO Dental Network is a coalition of dental professionals who donate their services to the dental under served. Services include dental implants, veneers, fillings and crowns. If you want to learn more, please visit halodentalnetwork.org. Not only can donate you can also nominate someone you know who is in need. Thank you for continuing to send in your stories, Creeps and Peepers! Please keep doing so. Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org Send everything else to email@example.comWant to be a Patron? Get episodes AD-FREE, listen and watch before they are released to anyone else, bonus episodes, a 20% merch discount, additional content, and more! Learn more by visiting: https://www.patreon.com/scaredtodeathpodcastPlease rate, review, and subscribe anywhere you listen. Thank you for listening! Follow the show on social media: @scaredtodeathpodcast on Facebook and IGWatch this episode on Youtube: https://youtu.be/azDiMHCXnR4Website: https://scaredtodeathpodcast.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/scaredtodeathpodcast/Instagram: https://bit.ly/2miPLf5Mailing Address:Scared to Deathc/o Timesuck PodcastPO Box 3891Coeur d'Alene, ID 83816Video/Audio by Bad Magic ProductionsAdditional music production by Jeffrey MontoyaAdditional music production by Zach CohenVarious free audio provided by http://freesound.orgOpening Sumerian protection spell (adapted): "Whether thou art a ghost that hath come from the earth, or a phantom of night that hath no home… or one that lieth dead in the desert… or a ghost unburied… or a demon or a ghoul… Whatever thou be until thou art removed… thou shalt find here no water to drink… Thou shalt not stretch forth thy hand to our own… Into our house enter thou not. Through our fence, breakthrough thou not… we are protected though we may be frightened. Our life you may not steal, though we may feel SCARED TO DEATH."
May 3, 2002. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Seven-year old Alexis Patterson is walked to school by her stepfather, who claims that he last sees her crossing the street and heading in the direction of the school playground. Even though numerous students report seeing Alexis crying on the playground that day, she never attends any of her classes […]
Actor Robert Stack appeared in more than 40 feature films. He was nominated for an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in the movie “Written on the Wind.” Stack also appeared in the classic comedy hits “Airplane,” and “Caddyshack” among others. He was probably best known for his role as Elliot Ness in the popular TV series “The Untouchables.” For that, Robert won the primetime Emmy award for outstanding lead actor in a drama series. He'll reveal some “untouchable” behind the scenes antics and advice for want-to-be actors.
Ben & Woods start the 8am hour talking about USA Today ranking Petco Park the number 1 ballpark in America, and they talk about how they would rank some of the other ballparks around the league. Then at the bottom of the hour, Jesse Agler joins the show to talk about his excitement calling last night's walk-off victory over Milwaukee, and he gets his "incorporator" assignment for tonight's broadcast! Listen here!
Mac Antigua grew up in the suburbs of Chicago, and came back to the Midwest via Texas and St. Paul. Hackers be damned, Mac has lived in Milwaukee for eleven years, in Shorewood, WI. He started his career in youth development, and has worked for decades as a professional convener and facilitator. Though he is departing, Mac looks forward to a future as a (loving yet disgruntled) listener of the pod. Because SNL didn't call him to become a writer, he will be leaving Imagine MKE to work at My Brother's Keeper Alliance within the Obama Foundation. He will also be appearing on Lindsay Sheridan's “Slap Tour.” In the interview, he talks about the formative experience of learning through practicing improv to inhabit a space of love and fullness, instead of a space of “am I good enough”? or wanting to perform perfectly. Because in improv, you deal with failure and ambiguity all the time. He reflects on how the arts matter to him, how it has helped him to exist in spaces where there is not a clear answer but instead to see opportunities. And, ask questions, including “why else does this matter?” During his time at Imagine, he has been focused on creating spaces of insight, connection and trust. In the conversation, he reflects on the magical six words. Lindsay asks, “Is it too late for meeting rehearsals?” Mac shares highlights and reflections from working with the team at Imagine. The team is grateful to him for modeling the notion of possibility, joyful abundance, and examples of what all great teams have. Hint: it's not The Whizzer. It might appear in “The American President.” Follow Mac @MacArthur31 on Twitter and Instagram and learn more about https://www.obama.org/mbka/ (MBK Alliance, The Obama Foundation) 415 Ephemera https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_19pRsZRiz4 (AI: Artificial Intelligence) (Trailer) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FVqjhi1qqM (Whose Line is it Anyway) (Compilation) https://www.vice.com/en/article/qbxpwv/how-improv-made-its-way-into-corporate-america-521 (How Improv Made its Way into Corporate America) (VICE) “https://www.goodreads.com/en/book/show/17971839-do-improvise (Do Improvise: Less Push. More Pause. Better Results. A New Approach to Work (and Life))” https://www.goodreads.com/en/book/show/17971839-do-improvise (E101: Let's Not Be Perfectionists About It) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_WSXXPQYeY (Back to the Future: “Marty McFly Fading Out”) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3MjxoaynCmk (Moneyball: “He Gets on Base”) https://www.sixflags.com/greatamerica/attractions/whizzer (The Whizzer, Six Flags) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3CpXBs098E (The American President: “Is the view pretty good from the cheap seats, AJ?”) https://open.spotify.com/track/1BuTCkxfbIA8oEwdPDOuK2?si=2cf8105a87144378 (Shannon Lay: “Rare to Wake”)
Giannis has been named first team All-Defense for the 4th time in 5 years. Jrue Holiday made the 2nd team. Do the Bucks need to upgrade on offensive though? This week, Damian Lillard rumors were loud. On today's episode KJ and Alex look at the possibility he winds up in Milwaukee. Don't go anywhere - Ladies & Gentlemen, you are listening to the IKE Bucks Podcast. Want to support? Tell a friend or share with a fellow Bucks fan! 600+ Five Star Reviews. Listeners in 100+ Countries. Best Fans in the World. Check out our new website ikepodcastnetwork.com to get in touch with us, view more content, or if you want to talk branding. Subscribe today on Apple Podcasts Follow @IKE_Bucks on twitter @WelcometoIKE on Instagram & Twitter Enjoy the music in the episode? Stream "IKE Music" on Spotify Episode analytics
Things young people are sick of old people complaining about, we get an AM I THE JERK UPDATE from COACH (If you missed it - listen to Friday's podcast). Alley's birthday recap - what Riggs had to stop her from stealing at the bar, and all the things we can't do anymore because our Ex ruined it for us.
The conversation about team names continues! Can anyone come up with something better than Ashton's Pterodactyls? Chewy tries to give some sort of name criterion. Jen asks if Packers fans are happy to not have an owner based on some of the most recent Daniel Snyder news.
Jen came to the realization over the weekend that she's old and wants to know when that happened. We share our weekend Number 1s and Number 2s! Milwaukee might be getting a pro soccer team? What should it be named? What if it was a different sport? We open the lines and take fan suggestions for names.
The Brewers are down a top position player (Willy Adames) and now a top pitcher after Freddy Peralta left Sunday's game. How bad is it and how will Milwaukee fill his shoes? Brewers reporter Todd Rosiak and host JR Radcliffe take a look back at a 4-2 week, one that included a walk-off homer, a triple play and nearly an inside-the-park home run. Has Keston Hiura bought himself more time in the big leagues? What do the Brewers do at catcher when Pedro Severino is eligible to return? Plus: bobbleheads, some triple play history and Todd's Take of the Week tackles St. Louis. Music intro: https://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music. Music clips: "ABC" by Jackson 5, "Red Hot Memories (Ice Cold Beer)" by Jerry Lee Lewis, "Pursuit Music Logo" on SoundCloud and Bob Uecker on WTMJ 620-AM radio.
This week I sat down with Britt Ferguson to discuss the gastrointestinal issues she's been having for the last year and a half and all the fun stuff that accompanies them. Britt is a cast member at the Lincoln Lodge. Follow her on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bjjferguson/ Our live story comes from Reier Cammerman. Reier talked about being on the wrestling team and a morning run that ended with a bang. Reier is a former Milwaukee comic and now lives in Chicago. Follow her here: https://www.instagram.com/reier_cammerman/ The Ladylike Podcast is produced by Gena Gephart: https://www.instagram.com/genagephart Theme song is Type of Wound by Natalie Grace Alford: https://nataliegracealford1.bandcamp.com Follow Ladylike: https://www.facebook.com/ladylikechicago https://www.instagram.com/ladylikechicago https://twitter.com/ladylikechicago Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join co-hosts Douglas Sigwarth https://www.sigwarthglass.com/ and Will Armstrong http://www.willarmstrongart.com/, professional working artists who talk with guests about ART & SELLING. This week's topics include getting COVID on the road, studio equipment adversity, and physical challenges.This week's guest is Annie Bisone https://www.laloworkshop.com/, a fiber artist from Milwaukee, WI. Annie recounts the story as a child when she enthusiastically joined a parade and never looked back which serves as a metaphor for her creative life. Schooled in various mediums, fiber is her current passion; a practice is rooted in sustainability and connection . Annie shares the balance of integrating all aspects of her personal and professional life through the lens of an independent artist. PLEASE RATE US AND REVIEW US.......... and SUBSCRIBE to the pod on your favorite streaming app.SUPPORT THE SHOWVENMO/ username @independentartistpodcast or through PAYPAL.ME by clicking on this link https://paypal.me/independentartistpod?locale.x=en_USEmail us at email@example.com with conversation topics, your feedback, or sponsorship inquiries.Facebook https://www.facebook.com/independentartistpodcastInstagram https://www.instagram.com/independentartistpodcast/Website https://www.sigwarthglass.com/independentartistpodcast.htmlYouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/sigwarthglass/featuredMailing List http://eepurl.com/hwQn7bSponsorsThe National Association of Independent Artists (NAIA). http://www.naiaartists.org/membership-account/membership-levels/ZAPPlication https://www.zapplication.orgMusic "Walking" by Oliver LearBusiness inquiries at firstname.lastname@example.org://soundcloud.com/oliverlearhttps://open.spotify.com/artist/5yAPYzkmK4ZmdbWFLUhRNo?si=i6Y8Uc36QZWIDKIQfT3XFg Support the show
The coaching search is, by all reports, getting near a conclusion as the Lakers are down to three candidates: Milwaukee assistant coach Darvin Ham, former Portland head coach Terry Stotts, and former Brooklyn head coach Kenny Atkinson. Three very different names, with different qualifications, strengths and weaknesses, and no one candidate sticks out as the obvious choice. Given who is available, it's a reasonable group to narrow down to, but how do the Lakers make the final choice? Should it be the potential of Ham, who has never been a head coach before? Atkinson, who had a successful-if-strange stint with the Nets? Or the safe-and-unsexy Stotts, with a long track record in Portland? So much depends on what kind of team the Lakers want to put together. Can they tailor a roster to the strengths of each guy? Which guy would adapt best to the best team the Lakers can find? And who, exactly, is helping make the decision? Are the right people in the room, particularly relative to the last time teh Lakers went through this process? HOSTS: Andy and Brian Kamenetzky SEGMENT 1: The Lakers are down to three candidates. Does the list make sense? SEGMENT 2: The appeal of Darvin Ham. He feels like the most exciting option, but does that make him the best one? SEGMENT 3: Who is in the room for the Lakers? Is the process they're using sound? Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! PrizePicks Check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “NBA” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
So reliable through his first three seasons in Milwaukee, Brook Lopez missed almost the entirety of the 2021-22 regular season. With one year remaining on his deal, how should the Bucks handle his final offseason before potentially hitting free agency? Kane dives into some of the numbers that suggest he would be an incredibly difficult player to replace. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! PrizePicks Check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “NBA” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Nats took care of the Brewers 8-2 as Davey Martinez featured a new look lineup card. Al & Mark (Live from Milwaukee) recap Sunday's victory that saw Juan Soto moved down to 3rd in the order and with Keibert Ruiz now occupying the 2nd spot. The result..... eight consecutive hits in a six run 4th inning. (18:04) Nelson Cruz exited early after suffering a sprained ankle while sliding into 2nd base and was replaced by Riley Adams as DH. What will the roster move be to replace him? Josh Bell's average has fallen below .300 (.291) as he is 0 for his last 19. Is that why Bell dropped to fifth in the order instead of clean-up? (25:55) Mark handicaps the situation at SS as Dee Strange-Gordon has seen elevated playing time at the expense of Alcides Escobar. Finally, yet another update on Stephen Strasburg & Joe Ross as they will make minor league rehab starts on Tuesday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Helen Anderson and Danni Howard travel back to 1990s America to learn about the horrific and infamous Milwaukee Cannibal, Jeffrey Dahmer. After his childhood obsession with animals took a very dark turn, Jeffrey channeled his love of gore and need for control to whole new levels in his one bedroom apartment on North 25th Street in Milwaukee. Expect serious grisly discoveries, a macabre shrine to his victims, and the kind of crimes you would only expect to hear in an actual horror movie. Devils in The Dark contains graphic details of sexual assault, torture, and violence, including violence against animals, and is not intended for all audiences. Listener discretion is strongly advised. 00:00 - Introduction 09:33 - Where Jeffrey's story first begins 12:50 - Jeffrey takes on some dark hobbies 18:02 - Danni's fascination with mechaphiles 21:26 - Jeffrey starts drinking at school 23:33 - The murder of Steven Hicks 25:31 - Jeffrey joins the army 26:25 - Jeffrey gets a new start with his grandmother in Milwaukee 31:00 - Jeffrey kicks off his killing spree 32:33 - How Jeffrey hid the evidence 38:04 - Jeffrey tries to make zombies out of his victims 39:32 - The murder of Konerak Sinthasomphone 44:26 - Tracy Edwards escapes 48:46 - The trial of Jeffrey Dahmer 00:00 - Outro This episode is sponsored by… Skin+Me. Head to www.skinandme.com to get your first month free with code DEVILS2. Wine52. Head to www.wine52.co.uk/dark and cover the £5.95 postage costs and you'll receive a case of 3 carefully selected wines from beautiful Puglia, Southern Italy. Follow Helen Anderson at @helenanderz and Danni Howard at @thatdannihoward. Special thanks to Woodcut Media. See audioboom.com/about/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Produced by Alexandra Jueno at Audioboom Studios. If you have been affected by any of the themes in this week's episode please consider contacting the following resources: The Samaritans helpline: 116 123 Confidential Emotional Support Line: 01708 765200 Rape Crisis Helpline: 0808 802 9999 (help is also available at live chat at https://rapecrisis.org.uk/get-help/live-chat-helpline/ *times apply) Sexual Assault Support Line: 01708 765200
Comedians Kristin Hensley and Jen Smedley of the viral webseries #IMOMSOHARD bring you their 2-person stand-up show filmed live at the Pabst Theater in Milwaukee, WI. The two share their honest and self-effacing humor on topics ranging from friendship, periods, sex after marriage, body image, and parenting failures. Combining stand-up, improvisation, the audience's own purses, and wine, the high-energy show unites their almost entirely female audience in a collective sigh of relief and uproarious laughter. Because, hey: You're not in this alone, ladies. Jen and Kristin will be your best friends, because you need friends to survive motherhood. Follow Comedy Dynamics on social media! YouTube: https://bit.ly/3ymp1to Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ComedyDynamics Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ComedyDynamics TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/J1wucyQ/ Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/ComedyDynamics http://www.comedydynamics.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Nats lost 5-1 in Milwaukee as Juan Soto's hit-less evening dropped his average to .245 on the season. Mark (Live from American Family Field) and Al dive into the curious postgame comments from Juan Soto on his struggles so far this season. (11:14) Lane Thomas has had a good weekend as he homered, one day after almost hitting an Inside the Park HR. The hosts take a chance to evaluate his play so far in 2022. (14:43) Patrick Corbin gave up 5 runs in 5 frames as Washington still has not won any game that he has started this year. This is a few starts after his manager declared him "Back". Keibert Ruiz was the catcher for this game, which is a deviation from Riley Adams catching the left-hander recently. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, Mark Gillmore interviews two willing servants who are working on an exciting project this summer to overcome the judgment of Babel on the South Side of Milwaukee. Listen and be educated about the need, challenged to prayer, and perhaps even to participate in the very work itself of overcoming Babel in translation work!For more information about the Rohingya language, visit learnrohingya.com. Also, to be updated about the translation project and gospel advances in the mission, send an email to email@example.com.If you have your own unique story of gospel advance or if you sense God leading you toward a particular people group, we'd love to hear about it. Even if it's just a sentence or two, share what God is doing in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.GoMission, hosted by Mark Gillmore, is a monthly, missions-focused program designed to expose young people to the people, stories, and opportunities happening across the globe in the world's harvest fields.
The fans agree. That staggering, late game blindside changed the direction of the endgame. We had a blast discussing it all and got lots of great predictions from the Super Fans. We're excited for the finale and the immediate "reunion" segment. We'll meet you back here on Wednesday for the recap! We want to thank and acknowledge everyone who contributed to another great Listener Feedback show. This week we heard from: Pete, Robert, Bobby, Ed, Boother, Chris, Nora, Sophie-Caleb-n-Leila, Jack, David, Rebecca, Noelle, Jill, Josh, Jade-n-Christine, Jeremiah, Jen, and Paul. We've got several ways you can reach us. You can call and leave a voicemail at 206-350-1547 or toll-free at 844-643-8737. You can record an audio comment and attach it or just type up a quick text message and send it to us via email at email@example.com. Feedback is due noon Saturday Pacific time. 00:00 Date 00:05 Intro: Anxious Abyss 00:40 Introductions 03:05 Pete from Boston, Massachusetts 07:12 Robert from Peterborough, Ontario, Canada 14:18 Bobby from ? 17:29 Ed in Milwaukee, Wisconsin 20:56 Boother from Glendora, California 24:53 Chris from Minneapolis, Minnesota 27:44 Nora from Canada 30:14 Sophie-Caleb-n-Leila from Texas 32:49 Jack in California 34:34 David from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 40:08 Rebecca from NorCal 43:45 Noelle from Albuquerque, New Mexico 48:00 Jill in the Outback 50:18 Josh the Plush Moose from Massachusetts 55:36 Jade-n-Christine from Hawaii 63:29 Jeremiah from SoCal 68:14 Jen from California 78:11 Paul from Louisiana 81:08 Wrap Up 90:00 Outro: Wakeful Spaces Links for Today's Show EW interview with Omar Gordon Holmes video Interview with Omar ET Canada video Interview with Omar Parade Interview with Omar Paul's Visual Roster CBS Castaway Bios JSFL Survivor Fans Podcast Fans group on Facebook SFP on Twitter SFP on YouTube SFP on iTunes SFP on Spotify Contact Info: Voicemail: 206-350-1547 Toll Free: 844-643-8737 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Survivor Fans Podcast P.O. Box 2811 Orangevale, CA 95662 Enjoy, Jo Ann and Stacy
We are once again a proud media partner, some might say "official podcast", of Summerfest and Summerfest Tech. With that, we bring you a behind-the-scenes episode of how Summerfest Tech comes together and how it helps booming companies like Generac. Together, we can all contribute to raising Milwaukee's tech profile. Learn more about all of this, how approachable Milwaukeeans are and how that helps build for the future, and how you can register for Summerfest Tech for FREE (www.summerfest.com/tech) AND get a FREE Summerfest 3-day pass (June 30, July 1 and 2). Also, you'll be able to jump on the podcast because we'll be at Summerfest and Summerfest Tech, too!! Follow along on the socials @summerfesttech, @expmke, and #generacproud
The Nats were blanked 7-0 in the series opener in Milwaukee. Mark (Live from Wisconsin) & Al recap the very unusual 7th inning as the top of the frame saw an almost Inside the Park HR, and the bottom featured a Triple Play. Should Lane Thomas have been rewarded home plate or did the umps get it right? (13:13) The game unraveled in the 8th as the Brewers scored five runs off of Austin Voth. Why not use Tanner Rainey in that spot when it's a close game? (22:07) The offense had another bad game as they were shutout by Milwaukee. The 5th inning was a real head scratcher as all three Nationals hitters laid down bunts. How did that occur? (33:48) Carter Kieboom's season is over as he will have "Tommy John" Surgery on his throwing elbow and is expected to be back by Spring Training 2023. This leads to a discussion about the recent Washington 1st Round picks that have not met expectations. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
With D-I Nationals returning to Milwaukee, Pat and Tad recall the past two eventful Nationals in the place some have called the Paris of southeastern Wisconsin. On the field and off the field, from the conception of the show in 2015 to their inadvertent stay in an actual murder house in 2018, Nationals in Milwaukee is a key part of the STF tapestry. Also, they throw baseless accusations around about how UVA got food poisoning in 2015. Discerning minds want to know.
Josh Neighbors discusses the Washington Nationals painful level of player recently. He discusses the many base running and defensive lapses that have turned the Nationals defense into a joke. He then previews this weekend's series between the Nats and the Milwaukee Brewers. After that, he discusses the strong month that Cesar Hernandez is having at the plate for the Nats Washington Nationals Searching For Consistency On Defense This Weekend Against Milwaukee WANT MORE DAILY WASHINGTON NATIONALS CONTENT? SHOW DETAILS Follow & Subscribe to the Podcast on these platforms…
Our guest this week is Catherine Whitchter of Milwaukee, WI a mother two daughters, one of whom has Epilepsy. Catherine is also one the country's most well-respected experts on IEPs or Individual Education Plans. She is also a podcast host and has created the Master IEP Coach program. We'll learn about her career as a Special Education teacher, growing up with a younger brother with Down syndrome and hear some sage advice on how to create win-win strategies to help your child succeed. That's all on this Special Fathers Network Dad to Dad Podcast.Show Links:Website - https://catherinewhitcher.mykajabi.com Email – email@example.com LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/catherinewhitcher/ Special Education Inner Circle Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/special-education-inner-circle/id1484686234website: https://www.masteriepcoach.comSpecial Fathers Network - SFN is a dad to dad mentoring program for fathers raising children with special needs. Many of the 500+ SFN Mentor Fathers, who are raising kids with special needs, have said: "I wish there was something like this when we first received our child's diagnosis. I felt so isolated. There was no one within my family, at work, at church or within my friend group who understood or could relate to what I was going through."SFN Mentor Fathers share their experiences with younger dads closer to the beginning of their journey raising a child with the same or similar special needs. The SFN Mentor Fathers do NOT offer legal or medical advice, that is what lawyers and doctors do. They simply share their experiences and how they have made the most of challenging situations. Special Fathers Network: https://21stcenturydads.org/about-the-special-fathers-network/Check out the 21CD YouTube Channel with dozens of videos on topics relevant to dads raising children with special needs - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzDFCvQimWNEb158ll6Q4cA Please support the SFN. Click here to donate: https://21stcenturydads.org/donate/
Tens of thousands of people turn to fertility clinics every year in the US to help them grow their families. For many of those hopeful parents, the process can be an emotional rollercoaster and expensive. Alexandra Maier of Milwaukee is one mother who tried in vitro fertilization and other methods when she was trying to get pregnant. And then…the pandemic hit. Maier shares her experience as part of the Pandemic Pregnancy Project, which is documenting the stories of families and their babies and how they’ve been affected by COVID-19.
Casey and Tanner discuss the Milwaukee Bucks and Phoenix Suns being sent home in the second round of the NBA Playoffs and what's next for both teams, give their predictions for the rest of the NBA's Conference Finals between the Golden State Warriors/Dallas Mavericks and the Miami Heat/Boston Celtics. In the second half of the show, the guys continue their segment of NFL Rankings and look at the top 5 running backs and head coaches in the NFL. Listen now! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dudestalkinsports/message
If god be the source then we are the plug talking. This week, Jimmy and Larry are getting a late start, but going all the way the fuck in on Kendrick Lamar, IG Story sales, none of your pants fitting, getting back onto the events circuit, lecherous old men's opinions on revealing clothing, Damien Hirst's son, Detroit electro, a myriad of hot and furious food and entertainment takes, the art of spitting game, changing one thing about your personality, age gaps, alternate timelines, sobriety, dressing like a Boy Scout, living in Milwaukee, American city tiers, making $50k a year, skater vs. art bois, writing the next great American novel, digital thirstballs, going to jail and much more. For more Throwing Fits, check us out on Patreon: www.patreon.com/throwingfits. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app