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River of Life Church Long Prairie (Audio)
The (not so) New Way - Ananias's Obedience

River of Life Church Long Prairie (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 36:04


This week we look at a story of Ananias. In the midst of facing persecution, or possibly death. We see Ananias choosing to engage with God, to hear and understand God's heart for what God was calling him to do. His obedience should challenge us all to ask ourselves, "Are we living every moment of our lives with the expectation to be used by God?"

Enjoying Your Blended Family
87. Expedition Marriage - with Special Guests Chris & Jamie

Enjoying Your Blended Family

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 38:04


Enjoy the Journey!!!   Chris and Jamie, from Expedition Marriage, are here with us bringing the fun back to your marriage.   It's easy in a marriage to start drifting apart, but there are ways we can put fun back in our marriage and keep us growing closer together.   Expedition Marriage shares ways that you can avoid the disconnection and avoidance traps, and prioritize and identify what fun looks like in your marriage, so you can start doing more of that.   Don't let the dating stop once you get married, but keep the fun and excitement going so you can enjoy the journey together, and have a lot of fun doing it.   You can follow Expedition Marriage here: Instagram: @expedition_marriage Website: Expedition Marriage   Get Your Restoring Connection Online Course from them and get 10% OFF using the PROMO CODE: FUN at checkout. EPISODE RESOURCES:   E.N.J.O.Y. THE JOURNEY: A Blended Family Roadmap To Having Fun Together, A NEW WAY to have more fun in your home that helps build stronger connections and relationships, all while having more laughs and enjoyment as you make those lasting memories together.   JOIN OUR EMAIL LIST, and get your free gift today! We send out a weekly email on Friday mornings that are blended family specific; full of encouragement, support, and all the latest information before anyone else hears about it. Join us today!!!   If you would, SUBSCRIBE to this podcast, and also leave us a RATING & REVIEW so we can keep spreading the love! OTHER PLACES YOU CAN FIND US!   Follow us on INSTAGRAM  Join Our FACEBOOK GROUP Check out our WEBSITE Subscribe to our YOUTUBE Channel Follow us on PINTEREST Contact Us Here

Animal Spirits Podcast
Talk Your Book: A New Way to Invest in Real Estate

Animal Spirits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 29:47


On today's Talk Your Book, we spoke with Jesse Daugherty of Lex Markets about investing in commercial real estate and what it means to be an investment bank for commercial properties.   Find complete shownotes on our blogs...  Ben Carlson's A Wealth of Common Sense  Michael Batnick's The Irrelevant Investor  Like us on Facebook  And feel free to shoot us an email at animalspiritspod@gmail.com with any feedback, questions, recommendations, or ideas for future topics of conversation. 

Malcolm Kelly Powers of Mind Hour
SUNDAY MORNING ENLIGHTENISM INSIGHTS: A New Way to Think and Live

Malcolm Kelly Powers of Mind Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 45:00


A SELF-HEALING SPIRITUALLY FOCUSED BROADCAST Join Brother Malcolm (Powers of the Mind Author) and Sister Carolyn Kelly ( Enlightenist Teacher and Consciousness Practitioner) in this highly successful broadcast on spiritual transcendence. They share insights on Enlightenism as the power to overcome spiritual complacency. Learn how to use Enlightenism to heal the mind of spiritual victimization and dogma. Change Your Consciousness, Change Your Life. (Copyright protects all content of the Malcolm Kelly Powers of Mind Hour. No part of this show may be used or reproduced without written permission from Malcolm Kelly or his designated representatives, except for sharing of the contents of the show, without any modifications whatsoever, to assist with the promotion of the show.) Malcolm Kelly: Power of the Mind: SUNDAY ENLIGHTENISM INSIGHTS| Sunday, June 19 , 2022 | 10:00 am PST/1:00 pm EST | Listen Online:  http://tobtr.com/12112646 | Call-In: (773) 897-654

WOMEN SIPPING ON LIFE (with doctor shannon) | Stop Drowning | Start Sipping | Daily Inspiration | Hope | Certainty | Abundanc

Stop wasting your life…YES, IT'S A RANT YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS... I'm DONE watching you wasting your time! Time isn't money, it's your life! When the writing's on the wall, and it's time to go…DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME. Stop waiting for someone to come along and save you, or for your circumstances to change. Stop wasting your time giving attention to what you DON'T desire in your life. How much time do you spend wasting your life? Stop suffering needlessly trying to undo the past. Whatever your LOSS…the 4 D's…Death. Divorce. Disappointment. Disengagement… Feel it. Don't feed it. Stop waiting… You're either REACTING to life or CREATING IT. All is not lost. Your dream is still in you. Wake up. Stop wasting your time. “WASTING”…WAS…STING… It WAS a STING, but it doesn't have to poison your whole life. Don't allow it to take your life. Time. Don't allow it to destroy your love…life. Don't allow it to hinder and devastate the life that you'd love to live. Stop thinking about it, and start living it. Inspire yourself Move. Make a move NOW. Engage in your life. Enter a new door. You'll allow yourself to EXIT an old one. Exit the BOX that you've been living in. That box is taking you to its grave. Get out of the box. You're one choice from an incredible NEW START. It's time for you to live the life you desire. Make a decision today. You can choose a different lane. Choose a NEW WAY. Choose a NEW PATH. Choose to live the life you desire. TODAY'S SACRED S.O.L. STEP: MAKE A DECISION ASK FOR WHAT YOU DESIRE. You're NOT alone. Reach out and connect with someone today. If that someone is me…can come over to the WomenSippingOnLife.com website or Private Message me on my Dr. Shannon Page. I'm here for you. Yes, you have to do it for YOURSELF. You do not have to do it all by yourself. Thank you for being here, and allowing me to SIP ON LIFE with you.  If you've been feeling like you're stuck, overwhelmed, or perhaps you still feel like you're drowning in your life, please don't hesitate to reach out. YOU ARE NOT ALONE... Request a FREE copy of my best-selling book, Date Yourself Well — The Best-Selling 12 Engagements Of Becoming The Great Lover Of Your Life (all you'll pay for is shipping.) www.dateyourselfwell.com If you've received value from the podcast, please let me know. I'd LOVE to hear from you — please email me at: drshannon@doctorshannon.com AND PLEASE TELL YOUR BESTIES AND INVITE THEM TO SIP ON LIFE WITH US. FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM @doctorshannon! See you there... Come over to the WOMEN SIPPING ON LIFE S.O.L. MOVEMENT Closed FB Group and Join the MOVEMENT: https://www.facebook.com/groups/WSOLMovement/ By the way, if you haven't already listened/downloaded my rap song (EPISODE 291), you can also listen to it here: letsnottalkaboutex.com, and cast your vote for your favorite version. Visit WomenSippingOnLife.com for more free resources, including my CHECKLIST FOR CHANGE, Engagement Checklist + Evaluation Rating, Six Sacred S.O.L. DATE Secrets…and a FREE copy of my best-selling book, Date Yourself Well. You can also check out my Dr. Shannon Facebook Pagefor more daily S.O.L. TRAINING. I look forward to seeing you again tomorrow. Please invite your best girlfriends to come and join our S.O.L. PARTY. xo Dr. Shannon. Inspiring minds that want to grow and hearts that want to know, so you can love you, your life, and your life's work well. ONE SIP AT A TIME. A special thanks to the following souls for helping me launch our WOMEN SIPPING ON LIFE podcast… Intro/Outro done by UNI V. SOL  Outro music by Jay Man: Mind Over Matter (www.ourmusicbox.com)  Podcast cover design and web site done by: Pablo Aguilar (www.webdesigncreator.com) Podcast cover photo by Kate Montague of KM Captured (www.kmcaptured.com)

Enjoying Your Blended Family
86. [FF] It's Time To Grill - Father's Day Special

Enjoying Your Blended Family

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 34:16


Men like to eat!!! (well, most men)   Many men also like showing off their skills on the grill (aka their Grill Skills). This year on Father's Day, we share 7 ideas that you can use to throw some food on the old pit.    The ladies could take over and cook for the men, or let this be a fun time where the men are teaching the ladies and their kids the grill skills.   Top 7 Grill Ideas on Father's Day: 1. Traditional Hamburgers 2. Hotdogs or Bratwurst  3. Vegetables 4. BBQ Chicken 5. Shrimp Kabobs 6. Steak 7. Ribs (one of our family favorites)    If your man likes fire and meat, then fire up the pit with these great ideas and have fun with your family grilling.   EPISODE RESOURCES:   E.N.J.O.Y. THE JOURNEY: A Blended Family Roadmap To Having Fun Together, A NEW WAY to have more fun in your home that helps build stronger connections and relationships, all while having more laughs and enjoyment as you make those lasting memories together.   JOIN OUR EMAIL LIST, and get your free gift today! We send out a weekly email on Friday mornings that are blended family specific; full of encouragement, support, and all the latest information before anyone else hears about it. Join us today!!!   If you would, SUBSCRIBE to this podcast, and also leave us a RATING & REVIEW so we can keep spreading the love! OTHER PLACES YOU CAN FIND US!   Follow us on INSTAGRAM  Join Our FACEBOOK GROUP Check out our WEBSITE Subscribe to our YOUTUBE Channel Follow us on PINTEREST Contact Us Here

Call To Action
89: Dave Wakeman

Call To Action

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 77:28


We've gone bar crawling in Washington DC and laid bait of Tanqueray & tonic to lure and lubricate the writer, teacher, speaker and “Revenue Architect” Dave Wakeman this week. Clients call him a “shot of adrenaline”, and his work has taken him around the world working with some of the world's biggest brands like American Express, Google, Coca-Cola, Nike, and the Boston Red Sox. He's also the host of the number 1 podcast in the world for folks marketing and selling sport, theatre, and experiences: The Business of Fun.    Join us for a proper session that takes us through his unique route into marketing via nightclubs, how gin taught him about customer experience and pricing (hic), leveraging Eddie Vedder, the vital choices faced when considering your strategy, The key P pricing, why discounts destroy brands, the meh metaverse and loads more. ///// Follow Dave on Twitter and LinkedIn. Check out his website, which is also a good place to see his upcoming events around the world. Here's the amazing EB Research Partnership Dave worked with.  Two useful resources: a LinkedIn article on value-based pricing and an article on the 10 core strategy principles. Timestamps (2:30) - Quick Fire Qs  (07:45) - First ever job  (11:30) - Falling into Nightclubs (18:50) - Price (19:40) - Going from Nightclubs to Marketing (22:35) - Different challenges with different types of live experiences (26:20) - Route into and learnings on marketing  (30:10) - Gaining confidence and adding value to marketing (31:40) - Eddie Vedder Story (37:00) - Listener questions  (59:25) - 4 Pertinent Posers (59:30) - Advice to younger self (1:02:05) - Banish one thing from the industry (1:04:30) - Recommended books Dave's book recommendations are: A New Way to Think by Roger L. Martin  Managing for Results by Peter F. Drucker  Underworld by Don DeLillo  The Sheltering Sky by Paul Bowles  The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway  The Confessions of the Pricing Man by Hermann Simon  /////

Scope It Out with Dr. Tim Smith
Episode 67: A modest proposal for a new way forward for clinical research: Involve insurance companies

Scope It Out with Dr. Tim Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 21:59


In this episode, host Dr. Marc Dubin speaks with Dr. James Clark and Dr. Robert Naclerio. They will discuss article: A modest proposal for a new way forward for clinical research: Involve insurance companies. Read the article in International Forum of Allergy and Rhinology. Listen and subscribe for free on Apple Podcasts , Google Podcasts and Subscribe on Android.

Malcolm Kelly Powers of Mind Hour
ENLIGHTENISM INSIGHTS: A New Way to Think and Live

Malcolm Kelly Powers of Mind Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 32:00


A SELF-HEALING BROADCAST Join Brother Malcolm (Powers of the Mind Author) in this highly acclaimed self-healing broadcast. He shares insights on how Enlightenism is a problem-solving philosophy for overcoming substance abuse, debt, doubt, worry, fear, dependency, and other problems of the mind.  Learn howto use Enlightenism to heal the mind of Victimization and Powerlessness. Change Your Consciousness, Change Your Life. (Copyright protects all content of the Malcolm Kelly Powers of Mind Hour. No part of this show may be used or reproduced without written permission from Malcolm Kelly or his designated representatives, except for sharing of the contents of the show, without any modifications whatsoever, to assist with the promotion of the show.) Malcolm Kelly: Power of the Mind: A New Way to Think and Live| Wednesday, June 15, 2022| 12:00 pm PST/3:00 pm EST | Listen Online:  http://tobtr.com/12109336  | Call-In: (773) 897-6543

Conversations on Healing Podcast
The Power Behind a Communal Approach to Mental Health

Conversations on Healing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 57:21


Tom Osborn was born and raised in Kenya, where he currently works to create community solutions for mental health challenges. He graduated from Harvard College with High Honors and went on to co-found GreenChar, an organization that provides homes and institutions in rural areas of Kenya. Tom was the youngest recipient of the Echoing Green Fellowship and has been on the Forbes' 30 under 30 list in Social Entrepreneurship. He created the Shamiri Institute in order to shift the stigma around mental health in the younger population.    Today, Shay Beider speaks with Tom Osborn about his work in Africa. He describes the shortage of clinical experts, the stigma around mental health in Kenya, and why he decided to create an institution for young people that is run by young people. The program trains high school graduates in character strengths interventions and these techniques are implemented in after school programs. By creating involvement and excitement within the community, great strides can be made to improve the mental health of the youth. Tom also touches on the effect of systematic racism in the delivery of healthcare and his unique approach to meeting this challenge. By shifting to community based solutions, great advances can be made in people's capacity to flourish.    Transcripts for this episode are available at: https://www.integrativetouch.org/conversations-on-healing    Show Notes: Check out Tom Osborn's TedTalk, “A New Way to Help Young People With Their Mental Health” Asset Framing is a narrative model defining people by their assets and aspirations before noting the challenges and deficits. To find out more, click here Read more about the Framingham Heart Study to discover the dynamic spread of happiness across social networks    This podcast was created by Integrative Touch, which is working to change the way people experience healthcare. A leader in the field of pediatric integrative medicine, the organization supports families whose children have any type of special health or medical need. This includes kids with cancers, genetic conditions, autism, cerebral palsy, traumatic stress, and other serious health issues. The founder, Shay Beider, pioneered a new therapy called Integrative Touch™Therapy that supports healing from trauma and serious illness. The organization reaches thousands of people each year in hospitals and communities and offers unique Telehealth programs to families and healthcare providers during this challenging time. Thanks to the incredible support of volunteers and contributors, individuals are able to receive wellness education and integrative medical services at little or no cost

AMFM247 Broadcasting Network
The Line of Fire - 6/25/22

AMFM247 Broadcasting Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 49:57


Michael L. Brown is the founder and president of FIRE School of Ministry in Concord, North Carolina, Director of the Coalition of Conscience, and host of the daily, nationally, syndicated talk radio show, the Line of Fire, as well as the host of the apologetics TV show, ìAnswering Your Toughest Questions,î which airs on the NRB TV network. He became a believer in Jesus 1971 as a sixteen year-old, heroin-shooting, LSD-using Jewish rock drummer. Since then, he has preached throughout America and around the world, bringing a message of repentance, revival, reformation, and cultural revolution. He holds a Ph.D. in Near Eastern Languages and Literatures from New York University and has served as a visiting or adjunct professor at Southern Evangelical Seminary, Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary (Charlotte), Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Fuller Theological Seminary, Denver Theological Seminary, the Kingís Seminary, and Regent University School of Divinity, and he has contributed numerous articles to scholarly publications, including the Oxford Dictionary of Jewish Religion and the Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament. Dr. Brown is the author of 27 books, including, Our Hands Are Stained with Blood: The Tragic Story of the ìChurchî and the Jewish People, which has been translated into more than twelve languages, the highly-acclaimed five-volume series, Answering Jewish Objections to Jesus, a commentary on Jeremiah (part of the revised edition of the Expositorís Bible Commentary), and several books on revival and Jesus revolution. His newest books are The Grace Controversy: Answers to 12 Common Questions (2016), Breaking the Stronghold of Food: How We Conquered Food Addictions and Discovered a New Way of Living (2017, with Nancy Brown) and Saving a Sick America: A Prescription for Moral and Cultural Transformation(2017). Dr. Brown is a national and international speaker on themes of spiritual renewal and cultural reformation, and he has debated Jewish rabbis, agnostic professors, and gay activists on radio, TV, and college campuses. He is widely considered to be the worldís foremost Messianic Jewish apologist He and his wife Nancy, who is also a Jewish believer in Jesus, have been married since 1976. They have two daughters and four grandchildren.

AMFM247 Broadcasting Network
The Line of Fire - 6/21/22

AMFM247 Broadcasting Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 49:49


Michael L. Brown is the founder and president of FIRE School of Ministry in Concord, North Carolina, Director of the Coalition of Conscience, and host of the daily, nationally, syndicated talk radio show, the Line of Fire, as well as the host of the apologetics TV show, ìAnswering Your Toughest Questions,î which airs on the NRB TV network. He became a believer in Jesus 1971 as a sixteen year-old, heroin-shooting, LSD-using Jewish rock drummer. Since then, he has preached throughout America and around the world, bringing a message of repentance, revival, reformation, and cultural revolution. He holds a Ph.D. in Near Eastern Languages and Literatures from New York University and has served as a visiting or adjunct professor at Southern Evangelical Seminary, Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary (Charlotte), Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Fuller Theological Seminary, Denver Theological Seminary, the Kingís Seminary, and Regent University School of Divinity, and he has contributed numerous articles to scholarly publications, including the Oxford Dictionary of Jewish Religion and the Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament. Dr. Brown is the author of 27 books, including, Our Hands Are Stained with Blood: The Tragic Story of the ìChurchî and the Jewish People, which has been translated into more than twelve languages, the highly-acclaimed five-volume series, Answering Jewish Objections to Jesus, a commentary on Jeremiah (part of the revised edition of the Expositorís Bible Commentary), and several books on revival and Jesus revolution. His newest books are The Grace Controversy: Answers to 12 Common Questions (2016), Breaking the Stronghold of Food: How We Conquered Food Addictions and Discovered a New Way of Living (2017, with Nancy Brown) and Saving a Sick America: A Prescription for Moral and Cultural Transformation(2017). Dr. Brown is a national and international speaker on themes of spiritual renewal and cultural reformation, and he has debated Jewish rabbis, agnostic professors, and gay activists on radio, TV, and college campuses. He is widely considered to be the worldís foremost Messianic Jewish apologist He and his wife Nancy, who is also a Jewish believer in Jesus, have been married since 1976. They have two daughters and four grandchildren.

Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning
Jason Littlefield and Erec Smith from EmpowerED Humanity on ”A Framework for SEL Through the Lens of Human Dignity and Neuroscience”

Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 35:57


In order to learn something new, looking at something from a different perspective can shed some light. Today we are going to “See the world through a different lens” specifically with a new look at “Transformative SEL.”[i] Watch this interview on YouTube here https://youtu.be/dY28tux0tq8   On this episode you will learn: ✔ How Jason Littlefield and Erec Smith of EmpowerED created a Framework for SEL when they noticed something was missing with Transformative SEL. ✔ How they envision empowering educators, youth and communities by strengthening the neural pathways to peace and resilience through mindfulness and social and emotional learning. ✔How you can work with Jason and Erec with their mission. For returning guests, welcome back, and for those who are new here, I'm Andrea Samadi, author, and educator, with a passion for learning, understanding difficult concepts, and breaking them down so that we can all use and apply the most current research to improve our productivity and results in our schools, sports environments, and modern workplaces. On today's EPISODE #222 we are going to look at SEL through a different lens with the work of Jason Littlefield and Erec Smith from EmpowerED Humanity[ii] whose work established in 2017 to provide educators, students, and communities a framework for life, leadership, and learning, focuses on fortifying the individual and increasing societal cooperation with a value-centered identity, human dignity, disrupting mindsets of fear/judgment with inquiry and compassion.  Their Work Has 3 Pathways of Practice That: Build awareness and equanimity (mental calmness) Kindness and compassion towards self and others and Celebrate common humanity, breaking the walls of indignity (or that treatment that causes one to feel shameful). I spoke with Jason prior to our interview, as I know that the podcast guests I have chosen over the past 3 years have been addressing SEL as it relates to our brain and learning, but there was something missing that became apparent to me as we have not yet discussed diversity, equity and inclusion that are all important components of social and emotional learning. THEIR MISSION[iii] Empowering educators, youth and communities by strengthening the neural pathways to peace and resilience through mindfulness and social and emotional learning. Their framework, Empowered Humanity Theory focuses on fortifying the individual and increasing societal cooperation by centering a value-centered identity, human dignity, disrupting mindsets of fear/judgment with inquiry and compassion, and intentionally engaging in 3 Pathways of Practice: Practices that build awareness and equanimity Practices that build kindness and compassion towards self and others Practices that celebrate common humanity, and break the walls of indignity That also includes 3 Attitudes: 1) Establishing a value-centered identity 2) Cultivating mindsets of inquiry/compassion over fear & judgment 3) Navigating self and others with a dignity lens. They believe this framework fills a gap that we need at this moment to inspire us to empower humanity and affect the wellbeing of future generations in profound ways. It's up to us to make the shift. Let's meet Jason Littlefield and Erec Smith, and dive into their Framework to view SEL through the lens of human dignity and our shared humanity, to see where we could expand our awareness and close any existing gaps. INTRO: Welcome Jason and Erec, thank you for coming on the podcast today. Jason, when I saw your email and noticed how long you worked as an SEL Specialist, I thought that there must be something that you noticed was missing with the way that SEL was being implemented into our schools, and like we said in our email correspondence, your vision to empower humanity and affect the wellbeing of future generations in profound ways is important and timely. Before we begin with our questions to dive into this topic, I've got to say first that I was a bit nervous to do this interview, mostly because this is a topic that I've not yet covered on the podcast. I know this is important, and before this interview, I was listening to one of my mentors, Dr. Jeff Rose, a former Superintendent from Atlanta, GA cover the topic of Equity Based Leadership on his most recent podcast and his guest, Joshua Starr, author of the book Equity-Based Leadership: Leveraging Complexity to Transform School Systems mentioned that “equity and social justice are an integral part of any school system's agenda” (Joshua Starr). Can we begin here, and have both of you share what drew you to create a NEW Framework to look at SEL through the lens of human dignity and our shared humanity? How does this relate to an equity-based transformation strategy? What did you notice? Can we look at your solution or the EmpowerED Pathways Approach to SEL? How did you come up with your framework?  3 Pathways of Practice: Practices that build awareness and equanimity Practices that build kindness and compassion towards self and others Practices that celebrate common humanity, and break the walls of indignity That also includes 3 Attitudes: 1) Establishing a value-centered identity 2) Cultivating mindsets of inquiry/compassion over fear & judgment 3) Navigating self and others with a dignity lens. Q1: What would be some examples of the OLD WAY vs THE NEW WAY that prevents flawed thinking? Q2: Who have you shared your model with and what do they say? Have you had any pushback with your “humanity centered framework?”  What are people saying? Q3: What would be some entry points for schools to begin implementing your framework? For people to learn more about your work, is the best place your website www.empoweredpathways.org? UPCOMING EVENTS: https://www.empoweredpathways.org/fourthwave-antiracism/progress-4ward-advancing-21st-century-antiracism-with-fourth-wave-antiracism-development-fward Jason Littlefield, M.Ed Jason Littlefield is an educator passionate about personal well-being establishing a society of individuals at peace within themselves and others. He established EmpowerED Pathways in 2017 and co-designed the Empowered Humanity Theory; a framework for life, leadership, and learning. He served as a public educator for twenty-one years in multiple capacities.  From 2014 to 2021 he was a Social and Emotional Learning Specialist for the Austin Independent School District. Jason has also served students and families from around the world, including Taiwan, China, and Benin, Africa. He is an advocate for decreasing our current human division and increasing personal well-being by bringing awareness to the impact and intent of the emerging ideology dominating our institutions and permeating the zeitgeist. He does so through EmpowerED Pathways, Free Black Thought, and The Institute for Liberal Values. Erec Smith, Ph.D. Erec Smith is an Associate Professor of Rhetoric at York College of Pennsylvania. Although he has eclectic scholarly interests, Smith's primary focuses on the rhetorics of anti-racist activism, theory, and pedagogy. He is a co-founder of Free Black Thought, an organization dedicated to highlighting viewpoint diversity within the black intelligentsia. Smith is a member and moderator for Heterodox Academy and sits on the Board of Advisors for both the Foundation Against Intolerance and Racism and Counterweight, an organization that advocates for liberal concepts of social justice. In his latest book, A Critique of Anti-racism in Rhetoric and Composition: The Semblance of Empowerment, Smith addresses the detriments of anti-racist rhetoric and writing pedagogy based on identity and prefigurative politics and suggests that a more empowering form of anti-racism be considered. Access Erec Smith's book A Critique of Anti-Racism in Rhetoric and Composition  https://www.amazon.com/Critique-Anti-racism-Rhetoric-Composition-Empowerment/dp/1498590403 REFERENCES: [i] Transformative SEL https://casel.org/fundamentals-of-sel/how-does-sel-support-educational-equity-and-excellence/transformative-sel/ [ii] EmpowerED Pathways https://www.empoweredpathways.org/empoweredhumanitytheory [iii] https://www.empoweredpathways.org/about  

Malcolm Kelly Powers of Mind Hour
ENLIGHTENISM INSIGHTS: A New Way to Think and Live

Malcolm Kelly Powers of Mind Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 30:00


A SELF-HEALING BROADCAST Join Brother Malcolm (Powers of the Mind Author) in this highly acclaimed self-healing broadcast. He shares insights on how Enlightenism is a problem-solving philosophy for overcoming substance abuse, debt, doubt, worry, fear, dependency, and other problems of the mind.  Learn howto use Enlightenism to heal the mind of Victimization and Powerlessness. Change Your Consciousness, Change Your Life. (Copyright protects all content of the Malcolm Kelly Powers of Mind Hour. No part of this show may be used or reproduced without written permission from Malcolm Kelly or his designated representatives, except for sharing of the contents of the show, without any modifications whatsoever, to assist with the promotion of the show.) Malcolm Kelly: Power of the Mind: A New Way to Think and Live| Tuesday, June 14, 2022 | 12:00 pm PST/3:00 pm EST | Listen Online:  http://tobtr.com/12109333  | Call-In: (773) 897-6543

Sales Lead Dog Podcast
Jamie Shanks - Self-Discover A New Way

Sales Lead Dog Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 34:19


Jamie Shanks is the CEO of Pipeline Signals- a business built on making life easier for their clients. Based out of Toronto, Canada, Pipeline Signals does account monitoring, as well as map total addressable markets. This gives their clients valuable insights on where they can expand their pipeline, existing networks they can leverage, and other verticals that they can tap into.   On today's episode, Jamie takes us through successes and failures that landed him in his role as Chief Executive Officer for a data mining company. Initially, he quit his job as VP of Sales of a SAS software company to start his own sales consultancy business, which he admits failed miserably but from his initial research an idea was born.   Tune into this week's episode with Jamie Shanks, CEO of Pipeline Sales to hear why striking out on your own can lead to great things with unexpected outcomes.     Quotes: “At the ripe age of 30 I thought I knew everything there was to know about sales, and I decided I was going to quit my job and start a sales consultancy, which over the next two years failed miserably.” (1:10-1:22) “In the pain of trying to build pipeline for myself, I ultimately had to self-discover a new way.” (1:23-1:32) “Along that journey sellers would ask me, you're teaching me to mine intelligent sales intelligence out of LinkedIn, why don't you just do this for me?” (2:52-3:01)  “It's kind of crazy that you ask your sellers to be researchers, so that's the problem we're solving.” (6:22-6:28)     Links: Jamie Shanks LinkedIn Pipeline Signals LinkedIn Pipeline Signals Website     Empellor CRM LinkedIn Empellor CRM Website Empellor CRM Twitter

Enjoying Your Blended Family
85. What Makes A Healthy Marriage In A Blended Family?

Enjoying Your Blended Family

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 39:16


A healthy marriage is a big key for a successful blended family.   Any marriage takes work and intentionality, but there are a few things we can do that really helps take our marriage to a greater healthy level.   We dive deep into 3 areas that will help make your marriage stronger. When your marriage is strong, your blended family is strong, and besides, it's just fun to have a healthy marriage. EPISODE RESOURCES:   E.N.J.O.Y. THE JOURNEY: A Blended Family Roadmap To Having Fun Together, A NEW WAY to have more fun in your home that helps build stronger connections and relationships, all while having more laughs and enjoyment as you make those lasting memories together.   If you would, SUBSCRIBE to this podcast, and also leave us a RATING & REVIEW so we can keep spreading the love!   WANT MORE…….. Join Our Weekly Blended Family Newsletter HERE. OTHER PLACES YOU CAN FIND US! Follow us on INSTAGRAM  Join Our FACEBOOK GROUP Check out our WEBSITE Subscribe to our YOUTUBE Channel Contact Us Here

How to Lead Podcast with Clay Scroggins
A New Way to Think About Your Job

How to Lead Podcast with Clay Scroggins

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 14:13


How do you think about your professional life? This might sound like an odd question, but it can significantly impact your day-to-day job. How you think about your career will determine how you respond to good and bad days at work. In this episode, Clay shares a word picture that helped him change how he thinks about his career, and we know it will help you too.

Rental Property Owner & Real Estate Investor Podcast
EP337 A Warning for Traditional Property Management and the New Way of Attracting Tenants and Increasing Your Net Operating Income with Daniel Mishin

Rental Property Owner & Real Estate Investor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 35:16


I'm always fascinated at how technology and innovation can disrupt the traditional way of doing business—especially in the rental property and real estate investing space. Today's guest started a proptech company whose mission is to challenge outdated practices to improve the rental experience for tenants and small mom-and-pop landlords. As a serial entrepreneur in the real estate space, Daniel Mishin founded June Homes to create a substantially better experience for thousands of tenants across NYC, D.C., San Francisco, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Boston. Daniel also secured over $50 million in funding from venture capital and angel investors. Today Daniel delivers a very important warning about the future of traditional property management methods. Tenants are looking for flexibility in the way they rent, the duration of their lease, and the amenities that are offered. Daniel is going to tell you how to future-proof your rental business and why your website is already outdated. Today's episode might make you a little uneasy about the way you traditionally manage your rentals. But you'll also gain fascinating insight into the future of renting and what you must consider to increase your chances of success. You can find out more at https://junehomes.com. Today's episode is brought to you by Green Property Management, managing everything from single family homes to apartment complexes in the West Michigan area. https://www.livegreenlocal.com And RCB & Associates, helping Michigan-based real estate investors and small business owners navigate the complex world of health insurance and Medicare benefits. https://www.rcbassociatesllc.com

Bethel Sermons
The New Way of The Spirit

Bethel Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 38:20


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Counter Culture Podcast
Lead a New Way Forward (Part 2)

Counter Culture Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 26:03


(show description to be added here)    Jon has been serving in ministry for over thirty years in several capacities in Southern California, Texas, and is currently the Gilbert Campus Pastor with Central Christian Church in Arizona. Jon loves to see the Church at her best through peacemaking, inclusion, redemption, and reconciliation. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Enjoying Your Blended Family
84. [FF] Card Games For A Blended Family

Enjoying Your Blended Family

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 35:40


Bring back a classic.   Card games are an easy way to have some cheap fun. Many of us have great memories of playing cards with our parents and grandparents. What a great way to pass down those memories to our kids.   We share 7 card games that are great for playing in your blended family.   1. Spoons 2. BS 3. Poker 4. Booger 5. Garbage 6. Nertz 7. Egyptian Rat Slap   You can find more of the rules on our PINTEREST board by going HERE.   Have more fun with your family, teach them some card games.   EPISODE RESOURCES:   E.N.J.O.Y. THE JOURNEY: A Blended Family Roadmap To Having Fun Together, A NEW WAY to have more fun in your home that helps build stronger connections and relationships, all while having more laughs and enjoyment as you make those lasting memories together.   JOIN OUR EMAIL LIST, and get your free gift today! We send out a weekly email on Friday mornings that are blended family specific; full of encouragement, support, and all the latest information before anyone else hears about it. Join us today!!!   If you would, SUBSCRIBE to this podcast, and also leave us a RATING & REVIEW so we can keep spreading the love! OTHER PLACES YOU CAN FIND US!   Follow us on INSTAGRAM  Join Our FACEBOOK GROUP Check out our WEBSITE Subscribe to our YOUTUBE Channel Follow us on PINTEREST Contact Us Here

WIRED Science: Space, Health, Biotech, and More
How Ants Inspired a New Way to Measure Snow With Space Lasers

WIRED Science: Space, Health, Biotech, and More

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 4:58


Photons wander through snow like ants through a nest. That inspired a clever new NASA technique for measuring the fluffy stuff from orbit.

Drive On Podcast
A New Way To Help Military Marriages Survive

Drive On Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 37:49


Veterans experience divorce at significantly higher rates than civilians. Often the challenge can be that people who serve get married young, leave home and come back a changed person - to find a changed spouse, too. While changes in your 20s are a natural part of maturing, they can trip you up and tear your relationship apart if you don't get a handle on them. Chris Shaver reveals a fast and inexpensive way to find out who you both are - and give you a shot at a marriage that lasts.

The Suzanne Somers Podcast
AFTERSHOW: SUZANNE Selects - Q&A Caroline Somers answers all of your q's about Suzanne's products!

The Suzanne Somers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 14:00


AFTERSHOW: SUZANNE Selects - Q&A Caroline Somers answers all of your q's about Suzanne's products! Ask Caroline anything about Suzanne Somers products! Caroline Somers, President of SOMERS Companies, is Suzanne and Alan's daughter-in-law (married to Suzanne's son, Bruce) and she takes all of your questions after the show! Go to http://www.SuzanneSomers.com to find the products Caroline is discussing. Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to stay in touch with Suzanne Somers and her fabulous family. Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to stay in touch with Suzanne Somers and her fabulous family. #SuzanneSomers #SUZANNESelects #GutRenew Suzanne Somers new book - A New Way to Age: The Most Cutting-Edge Advances in Anti Aging. https://www.suzannesomers.com/pages/a-new-way-to-age - Find out what Suzanne is up to and go to SuzanneSomers.com for more info on all of her incredible products. Suzanne Somers is one of America's most popular and beloved personalities. In a multifaceted career that has spanned more than three decades, she has achieved extraordinary success as an actress, singer, comedienne, New York Times bestselling author, Las Vegas Entertainer of the Year, entrepreneur, and lecturer. She is the voice and face of alternative medicine. She received an Emmy nomination as Outstanding Host for “The SUZANNE Show,” her weekly Lifetime Network talk show, which provides a thought-provoking morning show alternative with in-depth information on health and wellness in a casual, entertaining format. Suzanne's fun, smart, empowering talk show, “Suzanne Somers' Breaking Through,” airs online on the CafeMom Studios YouTube channel. For Healthy, Clean Living Suzanne Somers has developed beauty and health products that are pure and clean, easy, and fun! Suzanne Somers beauty products are made with natural botanical extracts, enzymes, skin-nurturing anti-oxidants, organic fruits, and vegetables. From nourishing skin-care to flawless make-up, these products were designed to help you glow. For an in-home fitness experience, Suzanne Somers delivers products for amazing results. Her simple, achievable guidelines for exercising and eating right help you look and feel better. With her products and fitness plans, you'll be eating right and looking great while committing to a healthier lifestyle! Be beautiful inside and out with Suzanne Somers Beauty, Health & Fitness! Find The Suzanne Somers Podcast - On YouTube, Facebook, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, ROKU, and Apple TV and on The Range Broadcasting network. bioidentical hormones bhrt hip fracture

The Indisposable Podcast
Plastic, Oceans, & a New Way Forward

The Indisposable Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 22:07


In celebration of World Oceans Day, host Brooking Gatewood sits down with National Reuse Network member and Director of Programs for Oceanic Global, Cassia Patel, to learn about our oceans and some of the collaborative organizing happening around the world to help protect them. We also talk about Oceanic Global's exciting Blue Standard certification and training program to help businesses choose ocean-friendly solutions, including ditching plastic!Resources:World Oceans DayOceanic Global's Blue Standard Certification

Commander ad Populum
Episode 192: Commander ad Populum, Ep 192 - A New Way to Approach Deck Building

Commander ad Populum

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 28:43


Having an additional viewpoint or way of thinking through a topic is always a good thing. Today, I I explore a common theme of Commander ad Populum, but in a new way. Join me to hear about a new way of thinking and how it applies to Commander deck building. After that, I give a brief update on my latest deck: Jetmir, Saproling tokens!Welcome to another very special episode of Commander ad Populum. Commander for the people, by the people, for the people.If you'd like to give me your thoughts on today's topics, hit me up on Twitter @CadPopCast. Make sure to check out the CadPop Community Spotlight on Twitter as well. It has the social media tags for all the great people, and channels, mentioned.  Support on Patreon, here: Patreon.com/CadPopCast. There are a bunch of great benefits associated with being a patron. Especially if you're into altered-art cards! Big thank you to the official sponsor of Commander ad Populum, Fusion Gaming for making this episode, and future episodes possible!They can be found online at:https://www.fusiongamingonline.com/ Music: Provided to YouTube by Amuseio ABRock It Out · Aiden Mally1st Era: Blue Dawn℗ Cháteau Aurora Ent.Released on: 2019-09-04Writer: Aiden Malaczewski Artist: Aiden Mally Music Publisher: Copyright Control

The Twitch and MJ Podcast Podcast
The new way to Drive-Thru?

The Twitch and MJ Podcast Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 3:57


Taco Bell is unveiling a new type of drive thru... with FOUR lanes and ELEVATORS?  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Read to Lead Podcast
426: A New Way to Think with Roger Martin

Read to Lead Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 49:13


This episode marks the third week in a row I've welcomed a university professor (or former professor). First Harvard, then Yale, and today's guest, formerly of Toronto's Rotman School of Management. I feel smarter just having been around them these last few weeks. That guest today is making a returning visit to us. His name […] The post 426: A New Way to Think with Roger Martin first appeared on Read to Lead Podcast.

Oasis Church Chicago
The New Way Of Living

Oasis Church Chicago

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 54:39


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Daily Detroit
A new way to look at transit in Metro Detroit (ft. Dwight Ferrell, SMART)

Daily Detroit

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 26:38


Dwight Ferrell is the new-ish head of SMART, the Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation that runs transit services in Detroit's suburbs. Transit is an issue that's been difficult for southeast Michigan to solve. Between political differences, many cities with sprawled-out low population densities, large distances between job centers and differing priorities of what transit should do where the auto industry has been paramount; it's been hard to make progress. And the lack of it has been hurting our competitiveness for businesses, keeping talented people, and more. So what do we do to make change? Try something a bit different. Focus on being a mobility provider. That different solutions are going to be needed in different situations and places.  So tune into this interesting conversation with the new General Manager. No, we don't get into which routes where (yet); but more of an idea of what turning from being just a bus service to a mobility service could look like.

FCC Monmouth
A New Way to Play

FCC Monmouth

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 28:49


Solid fundamentals are crucial to winning in any sport. Top athletes are always looking to remove hindrances to their stance, form, or swing. The same intentionality and dedication is necessary in the Christian life as well. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fccmonmouth/message

The Morning Mix
A new way to enjoy Oreos and ONLY in Milwaukee!!

The Morning Mix

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 2:24


Here's what you need to know on the go! (photo credit Getty Images)

Curious Minds: Innovation in Life and Work
CM 215: Roger Martin on Rethinking Management

Curious Minds: Innovation in Life and Work

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 56:03


The most successful leaders are always looking for an edge. It could be a competitive edge for their organizations, their teams, even themselves. One of the most effective ways to gain that edge is to notice what others miss. It's about rethinking accepted wisdom around things like, strategy, planning, and execution. This week's guest, Roger Martin, is someone who brought that kind of critical thinking to his own successful business and who now brings it to leaders around the world. He shares what he's learned in his latest book, A New Way to Think: Your Guide to Superior Management Effectiveness. Whether you've recently moved into a management position or you've been leading for decades, this is a practical and thoughtful resource. It's a guide to rethinking many of our assumptions about management and leadership. Episode Links John Dewey Randall L Stephenson Isadore Sharp Roger Martin on the Efficiency Myth The Upside of London Tube Strikes Power: Why Some People Have It and Others Don't by Jeffrey Pfeffer Roger Martin on Medium The Team Learn more about host, Gayle Allen, and producer, Rob Mancabelli, here. Support the Podcast If you like the show, please rate and review it on iTunes or wherever you subscribe, and tell a friend or family member about the show. Subscribe Click here and then scroll down to see a sample of sites where you can subscribe.

Enjoying Your Blended Family
83. Thrive By Action - with Special Guest Jen

Enjoying Your Blended Family

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 46:27


When your gas tank hits E, what do you do?   Fill it up, right? (and maybe panic a little first) Our bodies operate the same way, if we're constantly going and giving, we run out. Why let it get to that point?   Jen, from Thrive By Action, joins us in this episode. She shares so much wisdom into being able to maintain our body, mind, and souls with ways to properly take care of ourselves and add more things that bring you joy.   You can follow Thrive By Action on Instagram @thrivebyaction or on her website Thrive By Action.   Get Thrive By Action's FREE “Show Up For Yourself Challenge” that includes 100 plus self-care ideas. EPISODE RESOURCES:   E.N.J.O.Y. THE JOURNEY: A Blended Family Roadmap To Having Fun Together, A NEW WAY to have more fun in your home that helps build stronger connections and relationships, all while having more laughs and enjoyment as you make those lasting memories together.   JOIN OUR EMAIL LIST, and get your free gift today! We send out a weekly email on Friday mornings that are blended family specific; full of encouragement, support, and all the latest information before anyone else hears about it. Join us today!!!   If you would, SUBSCRIBE to this podcast, and also leave us a RATING & REVIEW so we can keep spreading the love! OTHER PLACES YOU CAN FIND US!   Follow us on INSTAGRAM  Join Our FACEBOOK GROUP Check out our WEBSITE Subscribe to our YOUTUBE Channel Contact Us Here

Public Health Review Morning Edition
193: A New Way to Address Dementia

Public Health Review Morning Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 6:03


Chelsea Kline, Associate Director of the Center of Excellence with the Alzheimer's Association, discusses a workshop planned in July that will give public health professionals the chance to learn how to address dementia through the social determinants of health; Admiral Rachel Levine, the 17th Assistant Secretary for Health for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, talks about the importance of June's Pride month recognition; ASTHO publishes a new article that addresses the need to collect accurate race and ethnicity data and examines a CDC tool that helps target limited resources in rural and frontier areas of the country; and in a new ASTHO video discussion, two North Carolina state health officials tell how they have managed federal public health funds. Public Health Center of Excellence Workshop Sign-Up Alzheimer's Association Webpage: Alzheimer's Association Public Health Efforts Journal of Public Health Management & Practice Article: Strategies to Operationalize Health Equity in State and Territorial Health Departments ASTHO Blog Article: Timely Spending: North Carolina's Approach to Efficiently Utilizing Federal Funds

Feed Play Love
A new way to help support your child's big emotions

Feed Play Love

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 23:52


Helping children navigate their big emotions can be challenging. Particularly when those emotions result in behaviour that is aggressive or difficult to change. Lyn Jenkins is a clinical psychologist and the creator of Boss Brain, an online program designed to help children from 5-11 navigate their big emotions. Lyn explains what's happening for kids when things get out of hand and how we can help guide them through those tricky moments. This episode of Feed Play Love was made in partnership with Boss Brain. Visit lifematters.com.au/bossbrain for more information. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mosaic Boston
New Way of the Spirit

Mosaic Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 39:48


Audio Transcript: This media has been made available by Mosaic Boston church. If you'd like to check out more resources, learn about Mosaic Boston and our neighborhood churches or donate to this ministry, please visit mosaicboston.com. Heavenly father, we thank you that you have created us and though we rebelled against your will, choosing our own, attempting to supersede your will with our own, we rebelled against you and you didn't leave us in our sins and trespasses. While we are yes, sinners, you sent your son, Jesus Christ. Jesus, you fulfilled the law perfectly from the heart, empowered by the spirit from the heart you fulfilled it perfectly and then you gave your life as a sacrifice on the cross. Today, we remember your sufferings on our behalf. We thank you for your shed blood, your broken body that leads to our healing and the washing of our souls. And we pray Lord that you send us the holy spirit to make us the people that our obedient from the heart not because we're just afraid of punishment but because we fear and love you and seek to delight you and please you and make us some people that seek to serve you in the new way of the spirit and bless our time and the holy scriptures now and nourish our souls. We long for it, we pray this in Christ's name. Amen. We're continuing our sermon series through Romans, in Romans 7:1-6. Today, the title of the sermon is New Way of the Spirit. And one of the things that we need to make clear is everything that God says, everything that God does is because he wants the best for us. We want the best for you, this is why we preach God's holy word and God's best for you is his will. Another way of thinking of God's law because when you think of law, it's often negative. God's law is God's will, this is why Jesus Christ taught us to pray the following, "Our father who are in heaven, hallowed be thy name, thy kingdom come thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven," so we are to... In the beginning Jesus says, "This is how you pray. Pray God may your will be done in my life, your will in heaven may that be the same as your will for my life here on earth." Do you mean this when you pray it, do you long for God's will to be done in your life completely? And you say, "Whoa, hold on. What's God's will? God's will, anything that God wills that's what I want?" If there's any hesitation that's called sin where our will fights God's will, that tension in the middle is sin. What's in the way of you living out God's best for you is sin. And the best for you is freedom from sin. This is why Jesus came not just to forgive us the penalty for sin but to remove even the power and ultimately, the presence of sin, the liberation from enslavement to sin, to self, it's not just a freedom from sin but a freedom to obey God, that's the best. So how do we get our will and God's will to be one will in our life? Only by the power of the holy spirit. In Christ, you've been set free from sin and have become slaves of God. We have died to sin and we have died even to the law itself and this is what we'll be talking about today. Would you look at the text with me in Roman 7:1-6. "Or do you not know brothers for I'm speaking to those who know the law, that the law is binding on a person only as long as he lives. For a married woman is bound by law to her husband while he lives but if her husband dies, she's released from the law of marriage. Accordingly, she will be called an adulterous if she lives with another man while her husband's still alive. But if her husband dies, she's free from that law and if she marries another man, she's not an adulterous. Likewise, my brothers, you also have died to the law through the body of Christ so that you may belong to another to him who has been raised from the dead in order that we may bear fruit for God." "For while we were living in the flesh, our sinful passions aroused by the law. We're at work in our members to bear fruit for death but now we are released from the law, having died to that which held us captive so that we serve in the new way of the spirit and not in the old way of the written code or the letter of the law." This is the reading of God's holy and infallible, authoritative word, may he write these eternal truths upon our hearts, three points to frame up our time. First, you can't fine a dead person. Second, to whom do you belong? And third, serve in the new way of the spirit. Just to set the context if you missed any of the sermons, by the way they're all online, it's been a tremendous series thus far. Today, we're in seven, one through six which is actually, a continuation of the argument in chapter six, 15 through 23. Originally, we're in St. Paul wrote the text there weren't these chapter verse breaks, he just wrote it as one letter so sometimes the chapter verse breaks are helpful. Here, they are not because it makes it seem like he's starting with a new point. He's not, he's just carrying the argument along in six 15 through 23, Paul rejected the notion that believers are permitted to sin since we're no longer in the law, this is what he said, "We're under grace, we're not under law. And immediately the objection is, "Whoa, hold on. If you tell people they're under grace and not under law, they're just going to sin as much as possible which leads to antinomianism, life conscientiousness, you just live any way that you want." And Paul says, "No. If that's how you think, you have never been born again, you haven't been regenerated, you haven't been justified because if you are justified by grace through faith, you want to be sanctified, you want to delight in the Lord." Seven, one through six, carries this argument one step further and he contends that sin is something that Christians have died to. And sin is actually, what people under the law struggle with because Paul's Jewish opponents contended that freedom from the law opens the door towards sin. And then Paul turns the tables on them and he says, "Hold on. It's actually, the people who insist on the law as the way that we are made right with God. These are the people who are actually, in bondage to sin if they're really honest, because they're not fulfilling the law from the heart because they can't, they don't have the ability to only those who have died with Christ and the law and possessed the holy spirit have the ability to bear fruit for God." So point number one, is you can't fine a dead person and here we get that from verse one, "Or do you not know brothers from speaking to those who know the law, that the law is binding on a person only as long as he lives." That's the main point of the text and then he illustrates it and then he applies it in verses four through six. But here he says the law is binding for a person that's alive. Any law, the moral law, the 10 commandments of God is binding to us while we're alive and any kind of the law of the land, it's binding to us when we're alive. For example, if you're driving 150 miles an hour in Store Road Drive, you'd have to be at night because you're lucky to go 25 on Store Road Drive. But just hypothetically, speaking you've gone on 150 miles an hour on Store Road Drive. You broke every single law that there is and you die, you crash, you're dead. And then the cops show up, the cops don't pull you out or whatever's left of you from the car and they do not fine you for going so fast because you're already dead. You're not bound by the law if you are dead, that's what he's saying. He turns his conversation here to believers and he starts teaching believers theology because he assumes that if you've been listening to the letter of Romans this long, thus far you got here, he just assumes you're already Christian. He's already taught that we're all sinners, God created us to worship him, image forth his holiness. We've sinned and he explains that we're sinners, we're rebels, we're degenerates, we're wicked, we're selfish, we're pathetically self-absorbed. Pleasure is our God, truth is our enemy and we as a society hate truth so much that we'll call anything truth except truth itself. Anything can be true as long as you don't say the Bible is true, as long as you don't say that Jesus Christ is the only way, as long as you don't say that's true, everything else is fine. I was invited by a friend to the Harvard Faculty Club this week for this round table discussion and they have these every once in a while where they invite professors from MIT, from Harvard, Northeastern, BU and then they invite some clergy to come as well. And it's all funded by the Templeton Foundation, it's actually, their attempt at proselytizing or evangelizing, sharing the gospel with these professors and the idea is if we invite them and they get saved, well, maybe we can reach Harvard. So okay, I go to this thing and there's a spiritual guru that comes up and he shares about his spiritual experience. And all of it is subjective, all of it, its visions and things that he does and I'm listening to it. After a while, I got tired of listening to him, a guy at my table fell asleep and then finally he's done. And then the food begins and everyone's happy because it's free food and it's open bar and everyone's just chilling. So I sit down and the lady next to me is a professor from Northeast University and I was like, "What do you do?" She's like, "Oh, I teach Economics," and then she's like, "What do you do?" And I was like, "I'm a pastor of a local congregation," as soon as I said that she just turned and she put on her mask and that was the end of the conversation. And the lady next to me on the other side, so I'm like, "I have no choice so I'm going to continue the round table," we're supposed to have a discussion. And then this lady next to me is a professor of Russian History from Harvard and I was like, "Oh, we have something to talk about." So all of a sudden we're talking about Russian history and we're talking about the war in Ukraine. She was like, "How do you feel about that?" And we're talking about that then the facilitator says, "Let's talk about what this guy said about visions and this is how we think about spirituality." And this is what she said very nicely, "Isn't it wonderful that each of us can bring our own perspective of the truth and that everyone's truth is equally true." And I was like, "Am I going there?" And I was like, "Yeah, I'm going there," and I was like, "Yeah, it is wonderful unless the person's truths are all lies and made up." And she didn't like that and then she turned away from me as well. And I was like, "Aren't we supposed to have dialogue so you can talk about any kind of truth?" This guy just got up and I think he just made up half his stuff because he was just rambling. He didn't even know he was supposed to go 45 minutes he's like, "Oh, 45 minutes." Yeah, it's wonderful if your truths have nothing to do with my life and me submitting myself to the truth. We know that God alone is truth, God alone is true. God defines what's true and what's a lie and he does this with his self-authenticating word. When you read the word of God and you read it with an open mind and an open heart and if you read it prayerfully and you say, "Lord, is this your word?" What God does with his spirit is he authenticates, he confirms, "Yes, this is the word." Because as soon as we read God's word, we study God's moral law and we're open about it, what happens is the law written on our heart is confirmed, "Oh yes, this resonates. Oh yes, this is actually, truth that I have been attempting to suppress all of my life." God's word reveals God's law and once we know it does resonate because it's written on our hearts. For example, and I get this example from our text, he's talking about marriage and adultery. We in our society know adultery is wrong. Everyone knows this but we live in a culture that encourages people to be trained up in adultery even from a young age. If we even cared about civilization, we would know the building blocks for civilization are healthy families. And if we do care about marital fidelity and marriages, we would encourage young people to remain celibate until marriage and instead we're teaching kids things that their sweet little innocent hearts are not ready for. And I know because my girls are in the public school system and my youngest is in pre-K and with pride month, they have all the flags up. And all the parents are like, "Isn't this wonderful?" And I'm like, "No, it's not wonderful. I don't want my kids to know... She's four, I don't want," that's why fewer people are actually, getting married in our culture because you think about lifelong fidelity to one person that's impossible yet we all long for it. So St. Paul would say, "Now that we've established that we're all sinners," and he does one, just one command and you can take any other command, "And thou shall not covet," we all transgress that, we're all sinners. He's established that, we've all transgressed the law. What do we do now? The law is binding upon us, God's law is upon each one of us. So how do we get freed from this law? You have two options. Number one, you can disregard God's law as if it doesn't exist, you can do whatever you want but the more you disregard it and the more you actually, sin against it, what happens is the law does punish you and it does through guilt and shame. You break God's law, God's law begins to break you that's how we've been designed. The other side is other than disregard, you say, "You know what? I'm going to be a good person. I will attempt to be holy. I'm going to fulfill God's law," and as soon as you start doing it, you realize that's impossible. So we need a third option and this is where the beauty of the gospel comes in. That the law giver who demands absolute obedience, realizes that we can't do it. So God sends his one and only son, Jesus Christ, Jesus fulfills the law perfectly in absolute obedience. He takes God's will and God's will becomes his will and he's holy and righteous in everything he does. And then he offers his life as a sacrifice, a substitutionary atonement, a propitiation for our sins, absorbing the wrath of God that we deserve, the curse that we deserve for our law breaking. He absorbs upon himself, he dies, he rises, he reigns and he calls us to repent of our sins and submit to Jesus Christ and as soon as we do, we're justified by grace through faith. Now we're in Christ and with Christ we've died to our former life of sin so now we are dead to sin. Christians had the power to not sin because of the holy spirit. And along with being dead to sin, we're also dead to the law. He says we can be free from sin because we're free from the law. The law is no longer binding on you. You're no longer enslaved to the law and he gives us this illustration of verse two about marriage, before we get there... What he's saying is each one of us were born bound to law, married to the law. Now that we're free to law, we've died to the law. You're free to remarry. Remarry whom? Jesus Christ. This is the power of our relationship with God. It's a covenant relationship as strong and if not stronger than marriage itself and now you don't have a law telling you from the outside, "Do this, don't do this. This is God's will, this isn't God's will." It's a lot deeper, you now have the law of God written on your heart and you have the love of God pulsating your heart, the love of Christ telling you, why would you ever cheat on Jesus Christ? Why would you walk away from this great of a savior? So that was the principle verse one, that we are bound to the law unless we're dead and then verse two, he gives an illustration for marriage, here it says, "A married woman is bound by law to her husband while he lives but if her husband dies, she is released from the law of marriage." So he continues this explanation of our relationship to the law with analogy from marriage, to explain what it means to die to the law, he uses this illustration. Illustration comes from marriage at the marriage ceremony, we take our vows, we promise to honor, cherish, love one another till death do us part and until we are separated by death. If one partner in the marriage covenant should die, all the obligations upon the remaining partner are now set aside. He says, "For a married woman is bound by law to her husband while he lives," the married woman, the Greek word is huppahandras which literally, means a woman under a man because this is biblical marriage, it's headship. The husband's the head of the wife. This is why scripture says "Husbands love your wives as Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her." I thought morning service all the wives were like, "Yeah, you've got to love me as Christ loved the church. Yeah, get him." And then the next verse says, "and wives submit to your husbands as it's the Lord and everything it's headship. And he says the woman that is under the man, if, if the man dies, then she is free. Discharged from the law concerning the husband, which creates new opportunity of freedom for her by law, married, women's bound to husband as long as he is alive. Once he dies, she's freed from the covenant and from the law of marriage itself the contrast is clear, the law binds her but his death frees her, more over her release is complete. The law of God does provide for divorce under some circumstances but that's not what Paul is talking about here. A married woman can't lawfully marry another man but a widow can because a widow is completely free in the eyes of God to be married again. The first marriage has no continuing claim on her, that's why Paul says in 1 Timothy 5:14, "So I would have younger widows married, bear children, manage their households and give the adversary no occasion for slander. The law binds, regulates as long as the partner is alive." So he says think of your relationship to the law in the same way, you were bound by the law, when Jesus died you believe in him, you died with him and by your death with him in his death, you're released from the obligation of the law. Set free for another relationship, another way of life and that's relationship with Christ Romans 7:3 he continues, "Accordingly, she will be called an adulterous if she lives with another man while her husband is alive but if her husband dies she is free from that law. And if she marries another man, she's not an adulterous." So to continue the point to make it clear he calls attention to the difference between her situation if the husband were alive, if the husband is alive and she becomes involved with another man lives with another, he says or gives herself to another that's adultery. And his emphasis here is on the fact that the law still binds the married woman to her husband but the husband's death releases her. Now, what does this have to do with us? What's the difference for us? And that brings us to point two, to whom do you belong? He says, "If you died to the law you no longer belong to the law. You no longer experience the condemning effects of the law." So then to whom do you belong? This is Romans 7:4, "Likewise, my brothers, you also have died to the law through the body of Christ so that you may belong to another, to him who has been raised from the dead in order that we may bear fruit for God." So our spouse has not died, the law didn't die to us but we have died to the law. We have died with Christ therefore the law has no more dominion over us. We died in Christ and then Christ is the one who fulfilled the law so we're in him so we fulfill the law in the sense that we're justified. The law has not been removed but Christ has died for us. We no longer carry the burdens of law, the law no longer hangs over our necks like a sword condemning us. That's why in chapter eight, verse one, he says, "Therefore, there's now no condemnation for those who are in Jesus Christ." So the very second that you believe in Jesus Christ, you repent of your sins. You are justified your declared innocent forever, for all of eternity. Your sin is imputed to Christ on the cross, Christ righteousness is imputed to you. Which sin only, the sins that we committed before trusting in Christ? No, all of the sins. Once you trust in Jesus Christ, there will never be any condemnation for you ever, all of your sin past, present and future are nailed to the cross. Martin Luther, the great reformer who actually, went to the Catholic church and he said, "We have lost the point of Christianity. We're teaching people that they are made right with God by keeping the law, observing the law." And Luther at this point was a doctor of theology, he'd been a Christian for decades and he was still wrestling with sin. And he realized that if we were made right with God because of our righteousness, he would never be made right with God because he studied God's law all day, every day and he realized that he's guilty. So Luther emphasized the gospel, we're justified by grace through faith. He taught this in Wittenberg, he just preached the Bible. And one of his favorite things to do was to go get haircuts because he's a monk. So he has to get a very particular haircut, the one you've got to get balled off top. So he developed a tremendous relationship with his barber and his barber was named Peter Beskendorf and he called him Peter, the master barber. And Peter, the master barber came to faith through Luther's ministry and then he asked Luther, "Hey, can you teach me how to pray?" And Luther went home and wrote him a 40 page pamphlet teaching him how to pray in which he just went through the Lord's prayer phrase by phrase. He's like, "This is how you pray. Just meditate in the phrases, 'Our father,' It's not just your father, it's our father." So you've got to be in community. He's a father, he cares for you. Our father, he's intimate, that relationship. Our father who is in heaven, so it's a transcendent relationship, God is above you. Our father who is in heaven, hallowed be thy name and your name be holy so you just went through that thing. So this guy started praying, started growing in his relationship and then something occurred. This guy was a solid believer but then one night he got drunk and in a rage killed his son-in-law, he killed his daughter's husband. He was guilty of the crime, a man slaughter, he didn't deny it. No one disputed any of the facts and actually, took Luther's intervention to keep this guy from getting executed. Instead, he was exiled from Wittenberg but Luther never stopped believing that there was no condemnation for Peter, the master barber. Actually, he told him he's like, "Do you still believe in Jesus Christ?" He said, "Yeah." "Do you still trust in Christ?" "Yeah." "Have you repented your sin?" He said, "Yes." He said, "Then there's no condemnation for you." And we see what a mighty thing our liberation from law is when we contemplate such a result that even a man who committed murder, a Christian who killed another man, a member of his own family, his own daughter's husband because he's in Christ because he died to the law, Christ died for him that he is still justified. Now, how does that make you feel? I know if I were not preaching this text and I was just sitting here I'd be like, "I'm not sure if I like this message." Especially when my kids were sitting here I'm like, "No, give them law. They need more law. Honor your father and your mother, give them law. I want them at home extra obedient." And this is really the tension in our hearts. It's like, "Okay, grace. If we really understand that we're under grace, what does that mean, for whom is grace? And is there anything that we can do to ever lose the grace?" And Paul says, "No. Once you're in Christ, there's no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus." Now, you can understand why people are like, "No, you are teaching antinomianism that there is no law so you can live any way that you want." And Paul says, "No, I'm teaching grace so that people when they understand grace, that their hearts are captured by grace, it changes your heart. It changes your affection, your desires and then you don't obey God to not just get punished. You obey God because you want to." Galatians 3:10-14, "For all who rely on works of the law are under a curse, for it is written cursed be everyone who does not abide by all things written in the book of life and do them. Now, it is evident that no one is justified before God by the law for the righteous shall live by faith. But the law is not of faith rather the one who does them shall live by them. Christ redeemed us from the curse of the law by becoming a curse for us, for its written curse is everyone who is hanged on a tree. So that in Christ Jesus, the blessing of Abraham might come to the Gentiles so that we might receive the promised spirit through faith." He said, Christ died on the cross. He took the curse of the law upon himself so we're free. Christians are free from the curse of the law. We are free from earning salvation through the law. However, the law continues to reveal to us what's pleasing to God. He continues in verse four, "Likewise, my brothers, you also have died to the law through the body of Christ so that you may belong to another, to him who has been raised from the dead in order that we may bear fruit for God." So that you may belong to another, he's saying anyone who thinks that they can sin any way they want to live, any way they want they still think that they belong to themselves, they still think that they are autonomous and independent. He said, "No, if you are justified, if you are bought with the blood of Jesus Christ, you are not your own." You're not your own twice over, you're not your own because you've been created by God. And you're not your own because you've been redeemed by the precious blood of Jesus Christ. It's a brand new identity. I am not my own, I belong to Christ, I am saved by grace through faith. Of course, I will do everything I possibly can to be righteous before God. I'm not my own for what purpose? In order that we may bear fruit for God. What kind of fruit is he talking about? He's talking about the outward works so once Christ changes our heart, this is regeneration and he fills our heart with the holy spirit now, we want to do what is honorable before the Lord. Galatians 5:16-26. The contrast between the works of the flesh and the works of the spirit, the fruit of the flesh, the fruit of the spirit. "But I say walk by the spirit and you will not gratify the desires of flesh for the desires of flesh are against the spirit and the desires of the spirit are against the flesh. For these are opposed to each other, to keep you from doing the things you want to do. But if you are led by the spirit, you are not under the law. Now, the works of the flesh are evident, sexual immorality, impurity, sensuality, idolatry, sorcery, enmity, strife, jealousy fits of anger, rivalries, dissensions, divisions, envy, drunkenness, orgies and things like these. I warned you as I warned you before that those who do such things will not inherit the kingdom of God. But the fruit of the spirit's love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self control against such things there is no law. And those who belong to Christ Jesus have crucified the law with its passions and desires. If we live by the spirit, let us also keep in step of the spirit let us not become conceited, provoking one another, envying one another." This is brand new. It's completely brand new way of relating to God. Every other religion gives you rules and gives you a way to follow God, "Here's the pathway, here's the pillars, here's the rules. Obey them and you are accepted into the kingdom of God if not you are punished and then exiled forever." And then Christ comes and says, "You can't do it." Christ does it for us and then he pays the penalty for our sin and he says, "Trust in me," and when we trust in him, his sacrifice gets counted on our behalf and we're filled with the holy spirit. And now because of the holy spirit we want to obey God to serve... And this is point three, serve in the new way of the spirit. Verse five, "For while we are living in the flesh, our sinful passions aroused by the law. We're at work in our members to bear fruit for death." He's saying this is in the past tense while we were living in the flesh, "Our sinful passions aroused by law. We're at work and our members to bear fruit for death," living in the flesh, that phrase translated in other places, "For when we were controlled by the sinful nature," we just did what our nature led us to do. And we, with the sinful nature live in a sinful world and the sinful world exacerbates our sinful nature. 1 John 2:15-17, "Do not love the world or the things in the world. If anyone loves the world, the love of the father is not in him. For all that is in the world, the desires of the flesh, the desires of the eyes and pride of life is not from the father but is from the world. And the world is passing away along with its desires but whoever does the will of God abides forever." You're saying if we are in Christ, we're characterized by the fact that we are dead to both sin and the law. But if we are in the flesh, we're characterized by the certain behavior that is exacerbated, he says by the law. So if you're in Christ, Paul assumes you're no longer living in the flesh, you're no longer controlled by the sinful passions and the doctrine sanctification, it doesn't say, "Just change your life, you'll become a better person." That's like saying to a bad tree, stop bearing bad fruit. No, it says, "Come to the Lord through the gospel, you can get regenerated, become a new tree, bearing new fruit." What in the world does it mean that the law aroused our sinful passions? If you go back to verse five, what does it mean that the law because of the law, our sinful fashions are aroused by the law. Why would God give us a law that leads us into sin? Why would God give us a law that arouses our sin? Well, this is actually, one of the intentions of the law is to reveal to us just how sinful we are. That apart from the spirit, the law inflames our hearts to sin. We're sinful and one purpose for which God gave a law is to expose and excite. There's something rebellious within us that when you tell us, "Thou shall not eat of a certain tree," that's all you can think about even if you don't really like fruit. Thou shall not eat that tree, you're like, "Ah, give me that tree, give me that fruit." By rebels, we thrive in rebellion. Why do we relish doing things that cause us harm, that are self destructive? Why do we do things that as soon as we know that God forbids it, that's all we can think about? That people destroy themselves before they submit to God and the law brings to mind God's will but it provokes our own rebelling. Tell a young person that, "You can't do a certain thing," and then all of a sudden they become intensely interested in that one thing. How often are we seeing children, teenagers disobey for no reason other than they just want to disobey. It's disobedience for disobedience's sake and it's not just children. Adults are just like that, we just mask it better. So he says, "Yes, this is a challenge," don't just preach the law and some churches just do this. They just preach the law, "Don't do this." And all the young people, that's all they want to do and then you lose the young people, you lose the youth, you lose that generation. You've got to preach the law with the gospel together. The law by itself inflames sin, just preaching the law excites, exacerbates our sinful nature and then the law is powerless to help us fight the sin. This is why Paul and the Judaizers or the religious Jews of the day they fought because the Judaizers are like, "No, the law is how we are protected from sinning." And Paul says, "No, actually, the reverse is true. The law sets you on a course of inevitable hypocrisy. You can't, you won't obey the commandments. You pretend to do it and then all of a sudden obedience is redefined superficial terms." And that's why the entire rabbinical system was such a pretense. People are just pretending to obey but their hearts were never in it. And it's not just in synagogues or rabbinical trainings but this is in churches too. If you just preach the law, you just preach the law, you don't preach grace then people turn into hypocrites. Preaching law must also, always be followed by preaching the gospel because it's only the holy spirit working through the gospel that creates us a desire and a power to obey. So he continues verse six, "But now we are released from the law." It's as if we were encaged by the law, he says, "You're released having died to that which held us captive so that we serve in the new way of the spirit and not in the old way of the written code." He says, but now you were in the flesh, you were controlled by sinful passions. The law, all it did was exacerbate sin but now that you're released from the law, you've died to it. Now, you have the ability to serve in a new way. I think about this all the time as a pastor, as a father, I think about my kids because my kids are getting older. I think about my kids, that they are spending more time outside the home than with us. They're with friends, they're with the soccer teammates, they're in school. And how do you teach them to be godly when they're not in the house? How do you teach them to do the right thing when mom and dad aren't looking? Well, the only way that you can do this effectively... And it's the same with pastoring, most of you I do not see you during the week. I pray for you but I don't see you. Most of the decisions that you make in terms of obeying the Lord, following the Lord or not following the Lord it's just you and the Lord. So why in the world would allow people, would make people obey when no one's looking? It's a complete transformation of the heart, where God fills your heart with love for him and love for his word and love for his will. He does that by the power of the holy spirit where God says, "I'm not just going to give them the word, I'm going to write the word on their hearts and I'm going to give them the power of the holy spirit within to do what I call for them to do. Ezekiel 36:24-32, "I will take you from the nations and gather you from all the countries and bring you into your own land and I will sprinkle clean water on you. And you shall be clean from all your uncleannesses and from all your idols and I will cleanse you and I will give you a new heart and a new spirit I will put within you. And I will remove the heart of stone from your flesh and give you a heart of flesh. And I will put my spirit within you and cause you to walk in my statutes and be careful to obey my rules. You shall dwell in the land that I gave to your fathers and you shall be my people and I shall be your God. And I will deliver you from all your uncleannesses and I will summon the grain and make it abundant and lay no famine upon you. And I will make the fruit of the tree and the increase of the field abundant that you may never again suffer the disgrace of famine among the nations." "And then you will remember your evil ways and your deeds that were not good. And you will loathe yourselves for all your inequities and your abomination. It is not for your sake that I will act declares the Lord, God. Let that be known to you. Be ashamed and confounded for your ways, O house of Israel." It's through Jesus Christ that the law, the mastery of the law is broken and now we don't do God's will just because he might punish us for it. We do God's will because he has given us the power to do it where his will and our will come together. He causes us to walk in his ways. The holy spirit has taken up residence in us and has given us a new nature. And then he summons that new nature into expression as we live our lives day by day in following him. It's only the holy spirit that can give us the power to do the will of God. The change must come from above and from the inside out. When we trust in Jesus Christ, when we welcome the holy spirit and we seek to obey God, the father. If you're not a Christian today, we welcome you to become a Christian. All you have to do is repent of all your sin and you say, "Lord, forgive me for my sin. Forgive me of my rebellion. Forgive me of my law breaking. Forgive me of all of it. Lord, I need grace. Lord, forgive me. I want to be yours, I want to belong to you. I want to obey you in everything that I do send me the holy spirit," and the Lord does. And you'll see incredible transformation, you'll wake up with desires you've never had. You want to commune with the Lord, you want to obey him, you want to study his word, you want to be with God's people. It's all a work of the holy spirit. If you're a Christian, you're struggling with some sins, if there's sins in your life that you have not repented of, we call you today. Repent of those sins, trust in Jesus Christ. Take the power of the holy spirit and commit to following him the rest of your days. Jesus, we thank you for the gift of a new heart and a new life and a new way of serving you in the power of the spirit. Where we have a power that's not our own and energy that's not our own, a wisdom that's not our own, desires and affections that are not our own they're foreign to us. But we pray give us more love for you. A deeper desire to honor you and delight you and to fear you and to please you. We thank you that we are now not under law but under grace and because we're under grace, we have an even greater desire to live in accordance to your law because of the great cost by which we were saved. The cost of the son of God himself who died for us. Lord, fill each one of us with the spirit in ways that we have never been led and filled with the spirit before. And continue to make us a people who live in a manner worthy of the gospel of Jesus Christ so everything we do, we do because we are yours, because we belong to you, because we have a brand new identity, because we are the children of God. We thank you for the gift of grace, the gift of adoption to your family and we thank you, holy spirit, that you allow us to serve you. What a great privilege that is and continue to take the labors of our hands and multiply them a thousand fold for your glory and our joy and we pray all this in Christ name. Amen.

St. Paul's Church - Willington, CT
Ephesians: A New Way to Be Human

St. Paul's Church - Willington, CT

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 35:21


Counter Culture Podcast
Lead a New Way Forward (Part 1)

Counter Culture Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 25:39


Jonathan and Lisa share the mic with special guest, Jon Moton, Gilbert Campus Pastor with Central Christian AZ for a candid and insightful conversation. How does it feel to be a black pastor in a predominantly white church? How do recent events, like the racially charged Buffalo shooting, emotionally impact people considering their ethnicity and race? We need more people like Jon and more conversations like this!  Jon has been serving in ministry for over thirty years in several capacities in Southern California, Texas, and is currently the Gilbert Campus Pastor with Central Christian Church in Arizona. Jon loves to see the Church at her best through peacemaking, inclusion, redemption, and reconciliation. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Metafit Metamind Podcast
A New Way of Bettering My Health [A Solo Episode]

Metafit Metamind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 37:57


In this episode I start to talk about something I have been learning more about. Something I learned about as I was getting my Master Practitioner of NLP Certification. I have spent the last 2 years learning more about it and using with clients in the last year. I talk about German New Medicine which was discovered by Dr Hamer, and it's a new way of seeing medicine and healing or a new consciousness. I will be doing a mini series on this, but let me know what you want to hear more about! Hope you enjoy the episode!The FitMind & Spirit Retreat is on September 15th-19th, 2022 in El Salvador (reservations are now open!) Metafit Metamind Academy's NLP Certification Training is on July 8th-11th, 2022 in Austin, TX. Learn more about communication, behavior, creating rapport and sales with others and grow yourself, your business, your health! Remember to subscribe to this podcast through any platform you use. (Apple, Google, Spotify, Castbox, Podchaser, Goodpods, etc...)Please leave a positive review and 5 stars if you enjoyed this episode and other episodes I have shared.Looking to let go of all your limiting beliefs, decisions, and emotions to launch you to your compelling future? Schedule a Discovery Call with me Now!Comparte tu Historia | Share your Journey  IG @coachkarlita | @metafitmetamindpodcast FB @ facebook.com/metafitmetamind Correo Electronico | Email @ karla@metafitmetamind.com |Support the show

Enjoying Your Blended Family
82. [FF] Camping Without Camping

Enjoying Your Blended Family

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 35:11


Do we really need a tent?   If you hate camping, then this is the episode for you.    If you love camping, then this is the episode for you.   That's right, it fits all campers or non-campers. You can create a lot of fun memories with your kids by creating a camping experience and not even leave your house.    This is great for when you're not able to actually go camping, or you're just looking for some added fun for the weekend to spice things up around the house.   In this episode, we share a few different ways that you can camp without camping, and then we share some of those fun camping things to do that makes it even more special. EPISODE RESOURCES:   E.N.J.O.Y. THE JOURNEY: A Blended Family Roadmap To Having Fun Together, A NEW WAY to have more fun in your home that helps build stronger connections and relationships, all while having more laughs and enjoyment as you make those lasting memories together.   If you would, SUBSCRIBE to this podcast, and also leave us a RATING & REVIEW so we can keep spreading the love!   WANT MORE…….. Join Our Weekly Blended Family Newsletter HERE. OTHER PLACES YOU CAN FIND US! Follow us on INSTAGRAM  Join Our FACEBOOK GROUP Check out our WEBSITE Subscribe to our YOUTUBE Channel Contact Us Here

The Best Practices Show
A New Way to Make More and Work Less with Angela Heathman

The Best Practices Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 25:43


A New Way to Make More and Work Less Episode #428 with Angela Heathman You don't have to work more to produce more! And to reveal some of the secrets to earning more while working less, Kirk Behrendt brings back Angela Heathman, one of many amazing lead coaches at ACT Dental. With her coaching expertise, you can learn how to plan more strategically to create the practice and life that you want. For tips on working smarter, not harder, listen to Episode 428 of The Best Practices Show! Main Takeaways: Plan strategically for the year. Mitigate schedule conflicts early. Look at your calendar quarterly. It's not always about adding more. Plan your life, not just vacations. Quotes: “One of my teams that I was talking to this week was talking about how the doctor is going to be gone for a couple weeks next month. And they were still talking about their goal as their whole yearly goal divided by 12, essentially. And I brought up the fact that they probably won't hit it with the doctor being gone for so long. And what we were then talking about is maybe setting goals on a per-hour or per-week or per-day basis instead of just that monthly goal. So, it was a little bit of a change in thinking for them, because they already planned on not hitting that goal and were just planning, this month, to blow it out of the water.” (2:25—3:05) “If you start by planning out the year strategically, then you can make it go a lot smoother for the whole year. You don't have to really make up time or try to hit these summer goals later in the year, because if you've planned for it like in January, February, March on an hourly or daily basis, you've already accounted for the time off that you're going to take.” (7:24—7:50) “Start by marking off — you could use any type of calendar. If you want to do a digital calendar or a big at-a-glance calendar on the wall, it doesn't matter. But what you need to do is figure out what days you're going to be gone for family vacations, for holidays, days off around holidays, CE, and also figure out when your team members are going to be gone too. And then, you'll know how many days your practice is going to be open for the year. And sometimes, that visual is nice to see, like, ‘Oh, gosh, we're not really going to be here in July,' or, ‘We're all taking different weeks off in March.' So, sometimes, it's nice to be able to mitigate any issues that might be coming up too.” (8:15—9:01) “A lot of our offices will have team members that will provide some coverage as well, like maybe the hygiene is doing general supervision, or there's an admin team member there who's answering the phone. So, a lot of our doctors are able to check out.” (9:22—9:38) “I think that it's important to figure this out with your team, because sometimes they think that we're just asking for all their days off for the year because we're micromanaging, or we don't want them to take a vacation. But that's not true. The reason we want them to put their time off in advance is so we can strategically plan what the goal should be for the year.” (11:55—12:22) “Even if [dentists] do the planning in advance for the year, they don't always look at it on a quarterly basis on if they did work the amount of days that they thought they were going to. And they might have had some unforeseen snow days, or COVID-19, or something like that that they didn't account for. We talk about countermeasures at ACT a lot. So, you will want to put in place some countermeasures. Maybe that's adjusting your daily goal going forward, or maybe that's that you have to work another day that you thought you were going to have off, to make up for those unforeseen changes.” (13:46—14:25) “I think a lot of [dentists] are just like, ‘Oh, I think I work about 16 days a month,' and they just think, ‘Oh, I work four days a week, roughly four weeks a month.' And that's where I see the biggest issue, is that they just estimate. And so, I know it sounds a little tedious to go...

Glambition Radio
The Old Way vs The New Way — Glambition® Radio Episode 287 with Ali Brown

Glambition Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 18:54


Right now there are battles going on around the world, on every level, in every way. But they are also a mirror for what's going on within *ourselves*.   We are trying to solve problems with the same mindsets + systems that created them. And we are caught in an endless loop of madness. I do see and feel that so many are finally realizing that a *massive change* is needed. But… how does that apply to YOU, and your world of creation?    It's been a while since I did a solo episode of #GlambitionRadio, so I wanted to start the summer with a bang! The post The Old Way vs The New Way — Glambition® Radio Episode 287 with Ali Brown appeared first on Ali Brown.

ON With Mario Daily Podcast
OWM: 'Kobra Kai' Star Martin Cover Joins us, a Bizarre New Way to Eat Cereal, Latest Buzz & More! (May 30, 2022)

ON With Mario Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 17:55


 Coming Up #OnWithMarioLopez – Mario welcomes #CobraKai's #MartinKove on this #MemorialDay to talk about spending time with the #Marines, his family podcast, #CobraKai, & more! Plus, latest Buzz, Courtney's Random Question, a bizarre new way to eat cereal, and more!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

NewCity Orlando
Romans: A New Way To Be Human | Romans 8:31-39

NewCity Orlando

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 41:22


Pastor of Formation & Mission Benjamin Kandt finishes our series through Romans, preaching on Romans 8:31-39.

Wildly Successful Lifestyle
243. A fun, new way to change a behavior!

Wildly Successful Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 9:09


How many of us have a behavior we wish we could change? Maybe to drink less or lose weight? We have tried and tried only to fall back into our same old habits! I talk about a cool new way to change and it's FUN! Listen now... I love you guys! heidi@heididawson.com

Enjoying Your Blended Family
81. Taking Care Of Yourself Helps Your Blended Family

Enjoying Your Blended Family

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 34:53


What refills you?   You have to be poured into, so you can pour more out.    If not, it can lead to quick tempers, tiredness, and feeling stressed-out. When we are running low, then we aren't able to be as supportive to those in our family, and our blended family needs us strong and ready to go.   We share great ways that you can refill yourself, so you can show up as the best version of you for your blended family. That way you have more peace and are more prepared for whatever comes your way, knowing you can handle it.   EPISODE RESOURCES:   E.N.J.O.Y. THE JOURNEY: A Blended Family Roadmap To Having Fun Together, A NEW WAY to have more fun in your home that helps build stronger connections and relationships, all while having more laughs and enjoyment as you make those lasting memories together.   If you would, SUBSCRIBE to this podcast, and also leave us a RATING & REVIEW so we can keep spreading the love!   WANT MORE…….. Join Our Weekly Blended Family Newsletter HERE. OTHER PLACES YOU CAN FIND US! Follow us on INSTAGRAM  Join Our FACEBOOK GROUP Check out our WEBSITE Subscribe to our YOUTUBE Channel

The Bevan James Eyles Show - The Fitness Behaviour Podcast
The Bevan James Eyles Show, Episode 237 – A new way to think about high performance

The Bevan James Eyles Show - The Fitness Behaviour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 73:00


This week I break down a new way for you to think about High Performance and how you can apply it to your life, so you can achieve your next level in many areas.

The Business of Fashion Podcast
The Debrief: How Vacation Clothes Became Big Business

The Business of Fashion Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 18:04


BoF's Tamison O'Connor explains how the fashion industry is betting on resortwear as consumers return to their pre-pandemic lifestyles and travel rebounds.  Background:  Every spring, top fashion clients, influencers and insiders are whisked away to lush destinations like Monte Carlo and Capri to indulge in fabulous dinners and cocktail parties — and sneak a peek at brands' resort collections. Resortwear, which began as a way for luxury houses to cater to wealthy, travelling clients halfway through the main season, now represents so much more as a meaningful driver of sales for retailers.    “It's really attractive for the true luxury customer who sees these items as a fun way to accessorise a holiday, but it's also an entry point for more aspirational and younger consumers,” said luxury correspondent Tamison O'Connor.   Key Insights:  As consumers start travelling and treating themselves again, luxury is betting big on vacation dressing.  Resortwear stands apart with more casual designs, lighter fabrics and lower prices. Brands aren't just using these collections to attract travellers and true luxury consumers, but also to snag wealthy domestic clients and appeal to aspirational buyers. Retailers are picking up on opportunities to engage wealthy consumers by building buzz with events and activations surrounding resortwear online and in stores. Big brands are opening more stores and pop-up markets in vacation towns.  Luxury doesn't expect growth in the segment to slow, even amid global economic turbulence, travel restrictions in China and skyrocketing inflation.   Additional Resources:  Luxury Seizes the Vacation Dressing Boom  Loewe's Brand Within a Brand: Is This the New Way to Do Diffusion?  How Fashion Is Targeting the Travel Rebound      Join BoF Professional today with our exclusive podcast listener discount of 25% off an annual membership, follow the link here and enter the coupon code ‘debrief' at checkout.  Want more from The Business of Fashion? Subscribe to our daily newsletter here.

Urban Warfare Project
A New Way of Combined Arms Urban Warfare Training

Urban Warfare Project

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 25:48


In January 2022, John Spencer traveled to the UK to observe a British Army Warfighting Experiment. The experiment was one of many that allows the British Army to partner with the innovation community and industry to explore technological possibilities to address the specific challenges of urban warfighting. In this episode, John speaks to Rob Taylor, CEO of a UK-based organization that specializes in developing immersive close-combat training facilities and opportunities. Rob describes the January experiment, which tested a unique capability to integrate combined arms into small unit urban warfare training—including incorporating snipers, mortars, JTACs, and other capabilities into a live, indoor training event.