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Engineering and Leadership Podcast
EL040 – How to instantly make your meetings shorter, more productive, and less painful

Engineering and Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 35:29


Meetings are a fact of organizational life. The fact that so few of us have ever been trained to run excellent meetings is a bit of a shock. We all know they're needed, and we all know they're mostly painful and wasteful. If you follow even a few of the ideas in this episode, you and your team will be more engaged, efficient, and effective in your work.

My Imaginary Friends with L. Penelope

Mentioned: - Author Samantha Shannon - https://www.instagram.com/say_shannon/ - kt literary - http://ktliterary.com/ - The National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, AL - https://museumandmemorial.eji.org/memorial - National Novel Writing Month - https://nanowrimo.org/ - Becca Syme's Write Better Faster - https://betterfasteracademy.com/ - Atomic Habits by James Clear - https://amzn.to/3j74GTZ - Only Murders in the Building on Hulu - https://www.hulu.com/series/only-murders-in-the-building-ef31c7e1-cd0f-4e07-848d-1cbfedb50ddf   The My Imaginary Friends podcast is a weekly, behind the scenes look at the journey of a working author navigating traditional and self-publishing. Join fantasy and paranormal romance author L. Penelope as she shares insights on the writing life, creativity, inspiration, and this week's best thing. Subscribe and view show notes at: https://lpenelope.com/podcast | Get the Footnotes newsletter - http://lpen.co/footnotes Support the show - http://frolic.media/podcasts! Stay in touch with me! Website | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook Music credit: Say Good Night by Joakim Karud https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported— CC BY-SA 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/SZkVShypKgM Affiliate Disclosure: I may receive compensation for links to products on this site either directly or indirectly via affiliate links. Heartspell Media, LLC is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com.

The Par Train - Live. Golf. Improve.
#156: Golf Therapy - Why Golf Can Be So Damn Painful

The Par Train - Live. Golf. Improve.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 61:32


Matthias Barker (@matthiasjbarker), one of the most popular and impactful therapists on social media today with over 2M followers, hops aboard the Train to give us all some golf therapy. Why do certain shots bother us more than others, where does embarrassment actually come from, how do we change an unproductive mental state to a more helpful one, and so so much more. If golf has recently beat you down and left you feeling hopeless, this conversation is a must listen. PAR TRAIN LISTENER EXCLUSIVE: Need a new quarter zip or hoodie for some brisk fall golf? Get 15% the best fitting performance golf apparel in the game with this link bit.ly/3myURyP and you'll never wear anything other than Rhoback again.

Sylvan Way Baptist Church

Welcome to Sylvan Way and thanks for joining us as we worship Jesus! Painful Gain - Mark 10:17-31 Where we seek to Love God, Love Others, and Live on Mission. We are a church that strives to live fully for Jesus, while sharing His story with others. To learn more: sylvanway.com Send us your prayer requests & comments: sylvanway.com/connect To partner with us through giving: sylvanway.com/give

Rejoice in the Lord Video
A Painful Look at My Past

Rejoice in the Lord Video

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 37:55


A Painful Look at My Past (broadcast date: 10/17/2021)

Fantasy Affair Fantasy Football
Painful Panic Sessions: Who Are You More Afraid Of?

Fantasy Affair Fantasy Football

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 68:35


Panic or patience, how to address bye week apocalypse, and cheap or available running back buying windows after week 5 of this 2021 NFL season. Bryan Manganaro (@BryanGMFF) Bradley Stickler (@FFBourbonDude) and Eric Burkholder (@EricBurkholder6) bring you what you need to dominate your dynasty fantasy football league for this season and beyond in the latest edition of the Fantasy Affair Fantasy Football Podcast.

The Daily Message with Darren Mulligan
Ep. 206 Judgement is painful, but the pain is purposeful.

The Daily Message with Darren Mulligan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 9:03


Welcome to the Daily Message. Today Darren shares scripture from Micah 4:8-10. Make sure to subscribe and listen every Monday-Friday for encouragement framed in the context of God's word.

Moxie Podcast
Episode 98 | Lisa & Gary Black - Fostering a Transformative Heart in Painful Seasons.

Moxie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 30:05


Gary and Lisa-Marie Black have been married for nearly two decades, raising their blended family from pre-school to now adults with their own families. When they married, Lisa was a young widow with two young daughters, and Gary lost his first marriage and took full custody of his three small boys. When they married, their sixth treasured child, Noah, was quickly added. The Black family was now a blending of hearts, of souls, of vision and calling that would prove to be both miraculous and tragic. Following the years into their marriage, the tragic suicide of their 19-year-old son Michael Ryan Black threatened to silence the Black's voice through grief and despair, yet only furthered their resolve to fight for those who feel lost and unseen amongst the chaos of a broken world. Their past and future journeys of overcoming loss of loved ones would turn out to be the gift and calling of their lives together.    In this episode, the Blacks talk about their life story that has had a fair share of painful moments , but also powerful healing and transformation. This journey has birthed Balck Tribe coaching, a prophetic and spiritual coaching for individuals and couples who want to thrive in life, relationship and marriage.   Listen in as they share their nuggets of wisdom on embracing loss + grief and allowing for healing to happen.

The Psychedelic Leadership Podcast
Ep. 37 Leaping with Trust: A Blueprint for TRUST 2.0 When Facing Change Is Scary & Emotionally Painful with Laura Dawn

The Psychedelic Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 47:42


TRUST 2.0 When the Going Gets Tough. There is a grand restructuring unfolding on the planet right now. This is a time where we are being called to face our personal truth. When we choose to step into deeper alignment with this truth, whatever that may be, it often requires facing big changes as we let go of who we thought we were and step forward into who we are choosing to be. Facing these changes can require an enormous amount of letting go and often bring with them a lot of upheaval. As many of us find ourselves on the precipice peering into the great unknown, we need to learn how to trust the deeper levels of restructuring that are unfolding for us both individually and collectively. And that's what this episode is all about; learning to trust in the great unknown. I share my perspective on what it means to move from trust 1.0 to trust 2.0 and how this impacts the way we live and the way we lead. Follow Laura Dawn on Instagram. Join me at the Psychedelic Conference MeetDelic November 6-7th in Vegas! Get 20% off your ticket with coupon code "dawnnaut" Free Resources:https://livefreelaurad.com/music-playlists (4 Music Playlists for Psychedelic Journey's & Beyond) https://www.livefreelaurad.com/free-microdosing-course (Free 8-Day Microdosing Course) https://daretolead.brenebrown.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/BRAVING.pdf (Brene Brown's BRAVING TRUST outline for Teams.) Music to Move YouThis episode features a powerful mantra song called https://alexasunshinerose.bandcamp.com/track/i-release-control ("I Release Control") by Alexa Sunshine Rose.

Abraham Hicks - Infinite Intelligence
#624 - A Painful Journey

Abraham Hicks - Infinite Intelligence

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 10:16


New episodes daily. Learn more about The Law of Attraction, primarily through the teachings of Abraham Hicks. Improve your life and believe in the power of your mind.

Early Break
Oh no, not like that—Nebraska finds another painful way to lose a great football game in a 32-29 loss to Michigan

Early Break

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 35:12


-Man. What a game. What a comeback. What an atmosphere. And unfortunately for Nebraska, an ending all too familiar for fans -It looked bleak with a 13-0 halftime deficit, but then Nebraska had the best quarter of the Scott Frost era, putting up 22 points on Michigan to take the lead going into the 4th […]

Sermon Audio - Redeemer
JEREMIAH | 14:1-15 | Pride Is Painful

Sermon Audio - Redeemer

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021


Crina and Kirsten Get to Work
When Is It Good Enough? Toxic Perfectionism at Work.

Crina and Kirsten Get to Work

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 42:10


While "perfect," is an unattainable standard, many people struggle to accept the inevitable: that striving for the impossible goal of perfection leads to stress, burnout, sickness and feelings of failure.     SHOW NOTES    We know that perfection is the state of being without flaw or defects - and we all know that perfection is not really attainably.  It may be that some of us everyone once in a while achieve perfection, but perfection is not something most of us achieve.  Perfectionism is the refusal or inability to accept anything short of perfect.  Friend, do you see the cognitive dissonance here, the undeniable catch-22?  Perfectionists are trying to achieve the unattainable.  Painful - to the individual who is the perfectionist as well as those around her.   We want to make sure not to confuse high achiever with perfectionist.  And there are even some great descriptions for this.   Adaptive perfectionist: aka high-achievers: adaptive perfectionism means that a person thrives on doing some, but crucially not all, things well. In the words of Stoltz & Ashby 2007 “adaptive perfectionism is characterised as a normal, healthy type of perfectionism and is defined by deriving satisfaction from achievements made from intense effort but tolerating the imperfections….”   Adaptive perfectionists are the women who embrace the reality that it's simply impossible to achieve complete perfection and instead aim for a high standard of work in those tasks they do well, and that play to their unique strengths.  These women are telling themselves more of the truth about who they are and the circumstances that are in - they are adaptive.   Maladapted perfectionism is such a great descriptor because we start off right away knowing this is not a good thing.  The maladapted perfectionist is likely on a path to pain.  These women are very hard on themselves when perfection is not achieved.  And these kinds of unrealistic expectations and responses lead to depression, anxiety and increased levels of stress.   We can have high standards, the question is what happens when reality comes crashing in and our high expectations have not been mer.  Failure is inevitable - and, you guessed it - far more stressful on the maladapted gal than the adaptive gal.  Crina shares a story about her own sense of perfectionism getting in the way of her own fun - she wanted to be excellent and when she was not, she gave up - until, smarty chick that she is - she realized that approach was no way to love and it was far better to have more fun - even if she was not excellent at whatever was fun.     As with most things, none of us neatly fall into one category or another and may see ourselves in both.  What are the indicia of tipping over into maladaptive rather than the sweet spot of adaptive: Do people tell you you are difficult to change Do you want to change your body? Do you notice others' mistakes? Do you notice the mistakes you made? When you try something new that you are not good at - do you give up? Do you focus on the success or the failure? Do you procrastinate or avoid tasks regularly? Mistakes are flaws versus opportunities to learn?   Kirsten shares that the legal profession is toxic perfectionism.  Making a mistake can hurt your client - and is malpractice - there is no room for mistakes.  It is the part of practicing law she has most struggled with over her career because it is based on a falsehood - we all make mistakes and that standard of perfection fails to acknowledge the human behind the work.   The disturbing news is that perfectionism is on the rise. A 2019 study that evaluated more than 40,000 college students found a 33% rise in perfectionism from 1989 to 2016.   But this should be good news for the workplace, right?  We want a bunch of perfectionists doing great work, right?  Surprisingly, no - we do not! A vast meta-analysis of 30 years of studies, conducted at the Georgia Institute of Technology, found there was no relationship between perfectionism and job performance for either group (failure avoiding or excellence seeking) , says researcher Dana Harari, who worked on the meta-analysis. “To me, the most important takeaway of this research is the null relationship between perfectionism and performance,” she says. “It's not positive, it's not negative, it's just really null.” Is that the craziest thing?  Perfectionism does not lead to better work performance.   You know our hosts are not going to leave our lady friends hanging!   Go for the B Give 80%- As Cinzia BuBois says, “Giving 100 percent should be saved for those special passion projects or for those most treasured people in your life. If you give 100 percent to everything and everyone around you, the quality of your output will go down. You'll become burnt out, exhausted, and resentful. Not only is 100 percent unrealistic, it doesn't allow room for learning. Getting an 80 percent always puts you in the higher tiers of anything in life; it's not perfect, but it's still rather outstanding. By striving for 80 percent, you allow room for perseverance, flexibility, and diligence, uncorrupted by the fear of failure (or rather, imperfection).”  The Perfectionism Epidemic. We live in a society where failure is… | by Cinzia DuBois | Achology Don't let perfect be the enemy of the good. Done is better than incomplete or worse, never started Realizing failure isn't the opposite of success, but part of it. No one can learn without making mistakes, and no project, skill, or relationship can grow without learning. We're not supposed to be perfect the first time around Recovery activities are critical when you do give it your all - you need to rest and restore and re-energize - you know self-care.   To all you fabulous females out there, some of this may be counterintuitive in the workplace, but the data supports that perfectionism is not correlative with performance - and it can cause suffering - to our minds, our hearts and our bodies.  Get yourself a B and carefully choose when you bring the A game.   Good reads Being a perfectionist is good for your career, right? Obsessed with Perfection: How to Overcome Toxic Perfectionism in a Highly Competitive World The Trouble with Toxic Perfectionism The Pros and Cons of Perfectionism, According to Research (hbr.org) Obsessed with Perfection: How to Overcome Toxic Perfectionism in a Highly Competitive World Is perfect good? A meta-analysis of perfectionism in the workplace. (apa.org)  

Lifemancy
The Baseball Episode 3

Lifemancy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 30:00


Jonathan Anderson and Jonas Bull join Lifemancy to talk about superstitions in sports. They, along with former Baltimore Ravens star, Mark Clayton, are hosts of the Noonish Live Sports & Tech Show where they talk about the current events in sports. Jonas also hosts Education is Painful where he interviews people about hard lessons learned. And Jonathan Anderson had an up-close and personal view of the rituals of baseball after his experience being drafted into the Chicago Cubs.  Learn more and follow Rachel online at:  Website: www.lifemancy.com Twitter @lifemancypod or @raejwilkinson Instagram: @rachelj.wilkinson TikTok: @racheljwilkinson Facebook: @lifemancy Learn more and follow Noonish online at:  Website: www.noonishpodcast.com

#StopDevaluation Podcast
EP83 Chapter Seven - The Personal and Painful Stories of Prejudice - Unmasking Prejudice Audio Book

#StopDevaluation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 52:40


The eighth episode in a series that will take you through the entire Unmasking Prejudice: Silencing the Internal Voice of Bigotry Audio Book by Dr. Melodye Hilton Prejudice is a word that is often associated solely with race. However, the truth is that we pre-judge all the time based upon countless factors, including gender, age, race, beliefs, politics, or any other infinite number of minute differences; it is a common habit for all of humanity to form an opinion without facts, firsthand experience, and without empathy and value for our fellow man. What if these habits changed? What if our default response was first to love, to learn, and to listen? In 'Unmasking Prejudice: Silencing the Internal Voice of Bigotry', Dr. Melodye Hilton thoughtfully addresses: The many faces of prejudice and bigotry; Pre-judgment and assumption as societal stumbling blocks; The dangers of gossip, rumors, and slander; The personal pain of prejudice through real-life stories; and Our responsibility as humans to stop devaluation by representing a restorative influence. 'Unmasking Prejudice: Silencing the Internal Voice of Bigotry' invites all of us to recognize and remove the hidden masks of prejudice so that we can have a hand in changing the cultural narrative and bringing healing to our land. In Episodes 76 to 90 you are able to listen to the entire audio book. The Audio Book can be purchased on Amazon.

Master Your Magnetism with Helena Hart
Painful Emotions, Feminine Energy And The Law Of Attraction (How To QUICKLY Attract What You Want, Even If You Feel Discouraged Or Depressed)

Master Your Magnetism with Helena Hart

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 41:49


Learn how to QUICKLY attract all of your desires, even if you're discouraged, depressed or feeling painful emotions in this live broadcast with Chelsea Rose. Check out our “Magnetic Mastery” online course here: https://www.chelsearoses.com/magneticmasterycourse Join the Magnetic Mentorship Circle and get personally coached by both Chelsea and I here: https://www.chelsearoses.com/magnetic-mentorship-circle For private coaching inquiries with Chelsea, you can email her at info@chelsearoses.com (be sure to let her know I referred you!). If you'd like to attend my podcast recordings LIVE and get your personal questions answered, download the Bullhorn podcast app from the App Store or Google Play here (it's 100% FREE!): http://onelink.to/gw2bn8 Once you've downloaded the Bullhorn podcast app, search for and FOLLOW my "Master Your Magnetism" podcast to get notified when I go live. Looking forward to connecting with you and talking to you personally!

Seven Million Bikes; A Saigon Podcast
Breaking Barriers Through Conversation To Open Up About A Painful Past | Tracey Nguyen Mang Part 2 S7 E5

Seven Million Bikes; A Saigon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 42:04


Join the Seven Million Bikes Community.This episode's guest, Tracey Nguyen Mang, is the founder and creator of the award winning podcast: The Vietnamese Boat People. This podcast shares the stories of hope, survival and resilience from the Vietnamese diaspora during 1975-1992.Tracey was so interesting and engaging an interview it went for nearly two hours. It's been edited into two parts with bonus content available to the Seven Million Bikes Community.In Part 2 Tracey shares about the Conversation Starter Kit they've developed to help children of Vietnamese Boat People break down barriers and get their family to comfortable open up about their painful past.Read The Accompanying Blog Post.Follow and Listen to the Vietnamese Boat People Podcast here.Season 7 is sponsored by Blue Dragon's Children's Foundation and Saigon Children's Foundation. Please donate if you are in a position to.Follow us on Facebook.Buy us a coffee.-------------------Theme music composed by Lewis Wright.Main Cover Art designed by Niall Mackay and Le Nguyen.Episode art designed by Niall Mackay, with pictures supplied by guests and used with permission.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/SevenMillionBikes)

Restored 2 More
Trusting God in Painful Circumstances with Caleb & Stefanie Rouse

Restored 2 More

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 51:47


All of us face different kinds of crises. In this episode, Caleb and Stefanie Rouse share that it can be tough to trust God during painful circumstances and remind us that it is always worth it. They share how the Bible came alive for them as their relationship with Jesus deepened and how they built spiritual intimacy into their relationship for it to thrive! More Resources:https://www.stefanierouse.com/https://www.instagram.com/stefanie.rouse/https://www.instagram.com/calebjasonrouse/Our Resources:https://www.instagram.com/restored2more/https://restored2more.com/

Texans Unfiltered - A Houston Football Podcast
Well That Was Painful || Ft. Brian Lamb

Texans Unfiltered - A Houston Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 60:04


James is out but Brian Lamb joins John to talk about the Texans Bills game and what do we have to look forward to. It's kinda a downer episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Courtship Code
3 Painful Lessons Your Mother Didn't Teach You About Courtship & Dating S4E48

Courtship Code

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 42:57


Are you feeling clueless about how to navigate courtship and attracting compatible men and wondering if your mother would've given you more insight on how to date & court for commitment you would be in a better place in your love life? This is a common concern many women face when it comes to their love life, and feeling stuck and confused about why they're so unsupported when it comes to meeting their Mr. Right. On today's episode we're chatting about 3 Painful Lessons Your Mother Didn't Teach You About Courtship & Dating that you need to rethink and shift in order to create the love life you desire and deserve. DOORS TO THE CAPTIVATING COURTSHIP CODE COACHING PROGRAM ARE NOW OPEN www.captivatingcourtship.com/coaching If you're a high achieving woman who desires to attract a compatible man for commitment and transform your love life in the next 12 months, this is the program for you. You'll master how to go from anxious and uncertain to clear, confident and ready for commitment. APPLY NOW www.captivatingcourtship.com/coaching

Seven Million Bikes; A Saigon Podcast
Breaking Barriers Through Conversation To Open Up Families About Their Painful Past | Tracey Nguyen Mang Part 2 TEASER S7 E4

Seven Million Bikes; A Saigon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 1:26


Join the Seven Million Bikes Community.This episode's guest, Tracey Nguyen Mang, is the founder and creator of the award winning podcast: The Vietnamese Boat People. This podcast shares the stories of hope, survival and resilience from the Vietnamese diaspora during 1975-1992.Tracey was so interesting and engaging an interview it went for nearly two hours. It's been edited into two parts with bonus content available to the Seven Million Bikes Community.In Part 2 Tracey shares about the Conversation Starter Kit they've developed to help children of Vietnamese Boat People break down barriers and get their family to comfortable open up about their painful past.Read The Accompanying Blog Post.Follow and Listen to the Vietnamese Boat People Podcast here.Season 7 is sponsored by Blue Dragon's Children's Foundation and Saigon Children's Foundation. Please donate if you are in a position to.Follow us on Facebook.Buy us a coffee.-------------------Theme music composed by Lewis Wright.Main Cover Art designed by Niall Mackay and Le Nguyen.Episode art designed by Niall Mackay, with pictures supplied by guests and used with permission.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/SevenMillionBikes)

The spiked podcast
146: The slow, painful death of Labour

The spiked podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 30:01


Keir Starmer, Sarah Everard and white privilege… Tom, Fraser and Ella discuss. Become a spiked supporter: https://www.spiked-online.com/supporters/ Visit the spiked shop: https://www.spiked-online.com/shop/ Sponsored by:  Wondrium: https://wondrium.com/spiked  Issuu: Visit https://issuu.com/podcast and use the promo code SPIKED to get 50% off a premium account Related articles: Tom Slater: Someone please put Labour out of its misery https://www.spiked-online.com/2021/09/29/someone-please-put-labour-out-of-its-misery/  Ella Whelan: Labour's insult to voters https://www.spiked-online.com/2021/09/27/labours-insult-to-voters/ Brendan O'Neill: There is no such thing as white privilege  https://www.spiked-online.com/2021/09/29/there-is-no-such-thing-as-white-privilege/

Feisworld Podcast
283. Kimberly Warner: Saying yes to the messy, uncomfortable, painful journey of being alive

Feisworld Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 74:40


Kimberly Warner is a film director, producer and editor based in Oregon. After receiving her degree in Pre-Med and Biology at Colorado College and pursuing her Masters degree at National University of Naturopathic Medicine, Kimberly abruptly changed paths and has never looked back. Her work, still founded in a passion for the psychological and social patterns that influence healing, has traded herbs for a camera, prescriptions for storytelling. Kimberly has written, shot, directed and edited narrative films, webisodes and corporate and non-profit brand videos. She's written and directed two of her own narrative short films and both have screened at film festivals globally and garnered numerous awards. Her work has also streamed and been distributed on Oregon Public Broadcasting and The Disorder Channel on Amazon devices. Media Links (Speaking Videos, Interviews, Online Articles, Social Media Links) Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/UnfixedCommunity Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/unfixed_media/ AND https://www.instagram.com/kimberly__warner/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UnfixedMedia/?view_public_for=105017607916506 Twitter: https://twitter.com/unfixed_media My FAVORITE chapstick: https://tinyurl.com/4r9uh8dm The glycolic I use: https://tinyurl.com/9c9bdb7e My day and night face lotion: https://tinyurl.com/u3psce3e My extra treat, especially during dry indoors in the winter. This stuff is like liquid gold. It instantly makes my skin feel soft and supple. Forgot to mention this one! https://tinyurl.com/2exrwzzw Migraine reducing glasses: https://www.axonoptics.com Watch our video interview: https://www.feisworld.com/events/kimberly-warner --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/feisworld/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/feisworld/support

Children's Hospital of Alabama
FAB Clinic Helps Girls with Painful, Heavy Periods

Children's Hospital of Alabama

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021


The Female Adolescent Bleeding (FAB) Clinic at Children's of Alabama is a partnership between doctors in Adolescent Medicine and Pediatric Hematology at Children's of Alabama. FAB helps treat painful, heavy periods that may keep young women from participating in activities. Some are afraid to talk about it, but their lives are disrupted every month. Certain issues can be corrected with hormonal balance, and others could signal a serious blood disorder that needs attention and follow up by a specialist.

Fear Free Pets
He's Not Painful: Talking to Owners about Osteoarthritis and Gaining Compliance

Fear Free Pets

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 25:30


Join Amy Newfield MS, CVT, VTS (ECC) & Alison Gottlieb BS, CVT, VTS(ECC)as they talk about the importance of osteoarthritis screening with pet owners; creating a checklist, taking videos to show Vets during the exam, pain teaching tools(canine/feline) and how to connect with pet owners about osteoarthritis and gain compliance. Sponsored by Zoetis.

Period, Sis Podcast
Your Painful Periods Could Be Endometriosis

Period, Sis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 42:11


“Your womb wants to work for you.”- Samantha Denäe (Endo Educator). This week Mandii B is joined by the Endo Educator, Samantha Denäe. Samantha shares her period journey and the years it took to finally be diagnosed with Endometriosis. During Samantha's teenage years into her young adulthood she suffered from debilitating periods to the point where she would have to miss school or work due to the pain. Multiple doctors told Samantha that pain during her period was just something she would have to deal with and would lessen as she got older or pregnant. For years Samantha treated herself with over the counter pain pills that never seemed to work.  At 24 after going to the emergency room during a painful period, where she couldn't even walk and almost overdosed on codeine, she finally was connected with a clinic and doctor who listened to her. The doctor asked 3 questions that changed Samantha's life and finally gave her the diagnosis of Endometriosis. Samantha gives us a vivid look into her journey of learning at 24 that Endometriosis caused her fertility had decreased 50%, dealing with having those conversations in romantic relationships, the depression that ensued and the trauma healing that she had to do to become the Endo Educator.    In this episode we discuss: - Endometriosis - Samantha seeking out other Black people dealing with Endometriosis - Becoming the Endo Educator  - Advocating for yourself with medical professionals - Educating students on period health care  - Trauma manifesting in your womb - Healing your own trauma      Connect with Us: @fullcourtpumps @OfficialBoxOwner Connect with my Guest: @_samanthadenae_ @entouchwombcare Linktr.ee/_samanthadenae_

The Nolecast: Florida State football analysis
Predicted, but painful: FSU loses 31-23 to Louisville

The Nolecast: Florida State football analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 31:31


Though both Bud and Ingram predicted Louisville to win over Florida State by multiple scores, the way it went down is still painful, as FSU falls to 0-4 on the season. Florida State made a valiant comeback attempt, but how much of that is for real? Not quitting was real, to be sure, but how much of the rushing game success was legit? How much of the defense's success in the second half was related to Louisville shutting things down? What was not disappointing was the great crowd in attendance at Township for the listener meet up. It was great to see our friends and sponsors including Matt Thompson, Chad Reidlinger of 844-FSU-Loan, Matt Lewis of Congruity, and to sip some beers from our Louisiana Hot Sauce koozies. Thanks for supporting the show. We know this is a rough season, and though we have and will continue to note that this is a long-term rebuild, it is still painful.

Dr. Berg’s Healthy Keto and Intermittent Fasting Podcast
Use Ginger For Painful Menstrual Period

Dr. Berg’s Healthy Keto and Intermittent Fasting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 2:27


Could ginger be an effective natural remedy for menstrual cramps? Find out! DATA: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/19216660/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30545531/ FREE COURSE ➜ ➜ https://courses.drberg.com/product/how-to-bulletproof-your-immune-system/ FREE MINI-COURSE ➜ ➜ Take Dr. Berg's Free Keto Mini-Course! ADD YOUR SUCCESS STORY HERE: https://bit.ly/3z9TviS Talk to a Dr. Berg Keto Consultant today and get the help you need on your journey (free consultation). Call 1-540-299-1557 with your questions about Keto, Intermittent Fasting, or the use of Dr. Berg products. Consultants are available Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 10 PM EST. Saturday & Sunday from 9 AM to 6 PM EST. USA Only. Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio: Dr. Berg, 51 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in weight loss through nutritional & natural methods. His private practice is located in Alexandria, Virginia. His clients include senior officials in the U.S. government & the Justice Department, ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and other clients from all walks of life. He is the author of The 7 Principles of Fat Burning. Dr. Berg's Website: http://bit.ly/37AV0fk Dr. Berg's Recipe Ideas: http://bit.ly/37FF6QR Dr. Berg's Reviews: http://bit.ly/3hkIvbb Dr. Berg's Shop: http://bit.ly/3mJcLxg Dr. Berg's Bio: http://bit.ly/3as2cfE Dr. Berg's Health Coach Training: http://bit.ly/3as2p2q Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drericberg Messenger: https://www.messenger.com/t/drericberg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drericberg/ YouTube: http://bit.ly/37DXt8C

Malvern FPC
#03 Haggai Priorities in painful times 1v1-11

Malvern FPC

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 28:00


No Name Brand Podcast
FFH 33: From Painful Should's To Pleasurable Being, For a Delicious Life And Business

No Name Brand Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 56:44


This episode is for you if you're someone who's been a constant do-er, giving more than what your cup is full with and constantly living in a state of guilt and shame wanting to ensure everyone else has it good before you. The answer? Pleasure … this is what's missing from our lives – this is what turns the painful living into pleasurable moments and memories, helping us achieve, as a community the global goals of Good Health and Well Being and Decent Work and Economic Growth. Today we speak on this episode about: What is pleasure? What is pussy-coaching and how does this help the economy grow positively and ensure good health and well being? How do we break the stigma on leadership that is led from a place of doing to a place of being in pleasure? How do we bridge the gap between loving and loathing yourself? What does it mean to celebrate your life? What is feminine energy and how do we live in it?

The Seven Streams Method
September 23

The Seven Streams Method

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 27:58


Download II Timothy 1-4 We are in the Church Stream reading from the World English Bible. 7streamsmethod.com | @7StreamsMethod | @serenatravis | #7Streams | Donate Commentary by Dr. Drake Travis Lord, may we never lose our gratitude and awe of those who honored you to the death. We pray also to be inspired and motivated to live for you as the Apostles did.  Amen. This ends up being Paul's final word to Timothy; his endeared apprentice and disciple in ministry.  It was between 66 and 68 A.D.  Nero had ordered that Christians be rounded up and punished for "causing the fire in Rome"...really?!  The innocent Christians were Emperor Nero's scapegoat and he persecuted them severely - for sport in the coliseum and in many other witchy ways.  Paul was martyred during this purge of 67-68 A.D. He waited in his cell for the visit from a soldier who would lead him to the block where Paul would be executed for his faith. The young church would say goodbye to it's most prominent teacher. The world would say goodbye to the most influential person of all time for he explained Jesus in depth, he brought light to the matter of what salvation means. So much of theology pivots from what the Holy Spirit revealed to Paul. His writings had more affect on history, and faith, and eventually government and the Christendom that is still sweeping into millions of new hearts each week.  Paul's students loved him to the core like they loved their own souls. Timothy would finish the task that Paul clearly laid out in this, his final marching orders to him. Paul could only hope to see Timothy again...but he never would. These are his final words to Timothy; dear as a son. Paul had seen the escalation of Christians being killed. The new church was being gutted. Would it survive? False teachers were trolling the empire in Paul's wake striving to adulterate the faith and lead churches off in to doctrinal oblivion. Were things bleaker than bleak? No, Paul was exultant in the assured victory that Christ had lived, demonstrated, and promised. He wanted Timothy to live this same celebratory faith. 1 -  Paul is walking memory lane and going back to Timothy's beginning before he says his goodbyes.  Paul is bold for the gospel, and he wants Timothy to minister and teach courageously, not to second-guess His calling or that the Spirit is upon him.  He uses clear examples and names names when referring those who have fallen away and are not to be emulated. He also gives the first of many names of people who have been a blessing to Paul and he wants them to be greeted, honored, remembered and such. 2 - It is paramount that Timothy teaches and disciples others to do the same so that there is an endless chain of multiplied discipleship stretching from now to Christ's return.  Be ready and willingly endure hardship and make certain to handle to Word of God correctly. So many had embraced a warped doctrine and were evangelistic about their wrong ideas.  And Paul ends chapter two with a list of items to tend to so that Christian character is developed, nurtured, and flourishes in Timothy personally as well as in the Christian community. 3 - Paul warns of the apostate times that will come in the last days. There have been hucksters and abusers of the faith throughout history. They were in Paul's day, as they are now. The tactics of these vandalous beasts who worm into churches is listed and called for what it is. Paul does not go gentle on these maligned souls and neither will the Holy Spirit.  But there is Timothy. Paul reiterates that Timothy has been a faithful student just as he is now a vital pastor in service. Yes, there are bad apples here and there but that isn't going to hamper the blessing that Timothy is. Timothy need only to stick to the Scriptures [know them, love them, live them, teach them] for they are the words of God. 4 - Timothy is urged to stay the course, evangelize, and be a "finisher" in ministry.  Paul reminisces briefly and poignantly as he knows his time of departure is at hand. He is practically seeing heaven/Christ/the reward that awaits him!  Notice [v.11] that Paul is alone except for Luke who is with him. Yes, Luke who wrote Luke and Acts.   From here to his salutation, Paul says his goodbyes, sends his well-wishes and blessings,  He names those who turned against him so that they would not be able to weasel into the gospel work in the future and hamper Timothy's work like they've tried to against Paul.  His final words have extra gravity to them because Paul is taken from the cell where he wrote this gospel to his place of execution.  Evil tried to stomp out the gospel by finishing off its greatest teacher. Billions have since embraced this creed of eternal life in Christ! If you would indulge me to comment before closing today, my husband and I had the touching experience of being in Rome, Italy in the Autumn of 2013. I must say it was about the most fascinating and enthralling places we have ever been. [And between us we have been to almost 80 countries, so I'm not being glib here].  We saw the dungeon where Peter was held before being crucified and heard the miraculous things he experienced in there the last month of his life. We were taken into the basement corridors of the Vatican by personnel who knew more history than most historians. We walked through Paul's personal cell in Rome where Paul was chained to a wall for the last time before he was executed from the lies told against him. We saw the well where he was allowed to drink his last from.  As he closed his final letter to Timothy, one can almost hear his whisper from this chamber that we ourselves walked through, "farewell dear Timothy, I will see you on the other side of the Jordan...and will wait for you there with our Savior..." The Thread Through the Streams The phrase, "you're on" fits each character featured that took center stage this week.  Moses is in his last year of ministry. Miriam and Aaron both die within this reading in Numbers.  He had leaned on them for near 40 years. This had to wrench his heart. He institutes the matter of the red heifer, he navigates through several battles, deals with water shortage -[that could have gone better!], creates the bronze snake for healing. There was much to handle this week and Moses was center stage, with no human back up. -David is called up to expand the boundaries of Israel to a tremendous and far new reach. In this task there was much pagan culture and people to subdue. No one else was so up for the job, or so covered by God to do this task.  Life and world history focused on David these years [I Chr. 18-23] and said, ,"your on!"  The same goes as he is gathering material for the Temple.  This gathering needed to occur so Solomon could simply start the construction once he was "up". -Psalm 140-145 is the prayers of this same David who demonstrates for us and Believers for all time that walking with God is and can be done no matter the stressors that bear down on a man's heart. These Psalms were written before during and after the events David battled through in our reading this week. These prayers need to be attached to this man in this lifetime because David was to demonstrate discipleship amid a tremendously variegated life. He was up for the task and lived it for all of us very well. -Ezekiel was in a crucial position (4-7) to urge the Hebrews to NOT return to Jerusalem for it was about to be a fiery warzone off death. He was also saying to the Judeans in Jerusalem that the "army is approaching your gate very soon." His assignment was merged with other very uncomfortable tasks. Pleasant or not, Ezekiel is up to bat; he's on. He needs to write this down -Him! at this place and at this time. God could call up somebody else, but God called on Ezekiel to do Ezekiel's job. -Nahum was not alone in his indictment against Nineveh; the capital of Assyria. They were a savage people, a culture, a savage way of life that needed to be removed from the earth. They, in a strange Providential twist, were the ones who cleared out Israel/Samaria the northern Kingdom that was utterly pagan and disobedient to God. That had to be done, but the blood-shedding never stopped for the Ninevites. Their direct descendants are the soldiers of ISIS who act the same way today. The microphone is in Nahum's hand and he tells them "it's over now!"  Their imminent defeat and scattering was final. -Jesus is crucified as we read Luke 23. Painful as it is, it had to be done. Jesus was 'on'. It was time to pay the price to ransom our souls back to God. Did he like this? Did he relish the assignment? He wanted out if there was any possible way. [We know his prayer in Gethsemane.] But this is why He came to earth. To save us. He was it; the Savior. And heaven is opened and the Holy Spirit is soon to be released from what He did. -Paul's solemn farewell to Timothy is among the richest teaching in all Scripture. It was dire material - every verse. "Timothy, I'm out. It's all you brother" is what we are hearing. Not a hint of concession akin to , "hey, Timothy, if you feel like it - this really would be nice if you so choose..." No way. Timothy is called to 'take it from here!' And do it all in the Spirit with everything he's got. And he has God so he has all he needs to do his dire task of ministering and passing the torch to hundreds who will pass it to thousands, who will pass it to ..."                            What is it that God is charging us to step up and deliver on? ... today?  

Weird Medicine: The Podcast
472 - Painful Pen15 Parables

Weird Medicine: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 62:57


Dr Steve and Dr Scott discuss: alcohol consumption during the pandemic -> cancer risk? a bad fistula story painful pen15 story #1: electrical cord painful pen15 story #2: lightning cable (STOP IT) What is the function of the appendix? A genius idea no one will go for colorectal screening guidelines Please visit: stuff.doctorsteve.com (for all your online shopping needs!) noom.doctorsteve.com (lose weight, gain you-know-what) Get Every Podcast on a Thumb Drive ($30 gets them all!) simplyherbals.net (for all your StressLess and FatigueReprieve needs!) BACKPAIN.DOCTORSTEVE.COM – (Back Pain? Check it out! Talk to your provider about it!) Cameo.com/weirdmedicine (Book your old pal right now while he's still cheap!) feals.com/fluid (try the new FEALS MINTS!) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Exercise Is Health
E195 - "If exercising is painful for me, how do I do it consistently?"

Exercise Is Health

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 31:06


This week on the Exercise Is Health podcast, Julie and Charlie answer a question that comes up with a lot of people - how do you get yourself to exercise consistently if it doesn't feel good for you? If you have ever felt like your body was not enjoying your workouts, this discussion is for you. Check out all of the details about what to do and why in this week's episode! Want to get a FREE copy of our new book, The Exercise For Life Method? Claim yours here! If you have ever felt like exercise isn't for you or your body, if you know you should be exercising but aren't sure how to get started, or if you have ever wanted to do more in life with a body that feels and functions great, then this book is for you. It is time to stop playing by the rules of mainstream fitness and time to start to Exercise For Life. Get your copy now!

Harrison's PodClass: Internal Medicine Cases and Board Prep
A 67-Year-Old with a Painful Right Knee

Harrison's PodClass: Internal Medicine Cases and Board Prep

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 5:57


Harrison's PodClass provides engaging, high-yield discussions of key topics commonly found on rotational and board exams in internal and family medicine. 

'Bows Football Final
The most painful loss yet

'Bows Football Final

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 63:32


In the latest episode of 'Bows Football Final, KHON2 sports director Rob DeMello, former UH player RJ Hollis and former UH player and coach Rich Miano discuss the team's devastating 17-13 loss to San Jose State. What could the team have done differently, and what needs to be changed moving forward?

The Mike Dolce Show
Ep. 342 The Painful Cure

The Mike Dolce Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 92:31


Fitness expert Mike Dolce offers a no-nonsense look at life, focusing on topics like fitness, health, weight loss, relationships, money, parenting and more! Come laugh with us, and maybe learn a thing or two! A father of two young girls, Mike Dolce is a 4X World MMA Awards Trainer of the Year, NJ Martial Arts Hall of Fame Inductee and was named a Men's Fitness Top 30 Fitness Game Changer. As the founder of The Dolce Diet and creator of UFC FIT, Mike Dolce is known the world over for his work managing the incredible weight cuts of top UFC athletes. His #1 international best-selling books include The Dolce Diet: 3 Weeks to Shredded, The Dolce Diet: Living Lean and The Dolce Diet: Living Lean Cookbook. For more information, visit TheDolceDiet.com

Living Centered Podcast
035 “Living Centered While Acknowledging Our Painful Past” featuring Dr. Dan Allender and Cathy Loerzel, MA

Living Centered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 51:42


Many of us have been told, "Don't dwell in the past." But the truth about trauma is that if we don't acknowledge, name, and honor our past pain, it will negatively impact our emotional, mental, and even physical health.  On today's episode of the Living Centered Podcast, Lindsey and Mickenzie sat down with Dr. Dan Allender and Cathy Loerzel, MA, co-founders of the Allender Center in Seattle, to discuss their new book Redeeming Heartache and the power of engaging and examining the painful parts of our stories to find healing and redemption 

Everyday Truth with Kurt Skelly
Monday, September 20 | Painful circumstances are God's volume control.

Everyday Truth with Kurt Skelly

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 15:34


1 Samuel 5:4-7

Fireside Giants - A New York Giants Podcast
INSTANT ANGRY REACTION: New York Giants Lose To Washington In Painful Ending

Fireside Giants - A New York Giants Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 30:40


Alex and Anthony react to the Giants' loss to Washington in Week 2... An angry spell of emotions and frustration!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RadioWest
How Do We Talk About The Painful Legacy Of Native American Boarding Schools?

RadioWest

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 51:18


In August, The Salt Lake Tribune reported that the bodies of Paiute children are likely buried on the property of a former Indigenous boarding school in Panguitch, Utah. It's a difficult and painful subject to talk about, and some members of the Paiute tribe wish the story had never been told by the media in the first place.

Jalen & Jacoby
Packers Loss More Painful Than We Realized

Jalen & Jacoby

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 61:26


Jalen & Jacoby discuss a painful revelation from Aaron Rodgers and Green Bay's loss to the Saints. A top candidate from the NFL has emerged for the USC job. NBA announcement on vaccinations, and a potential trade target in Houston. All that and more.

ESPN Podcasts
Packers Loss More Painful Than We Realized

ESPN Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 61:26


Jalen & Jacoby discuss a painful revelation from Aaron Rodgers and Green Bay's loss to the Saints. A top candidate from the NFL has emerged for the USC job. NBA announcement on vaccinations, and a potential trade target in Houston. All that and more.

Stop Over-drinking and Start Living
Stop Over-drinking and Start Living, Episode 142, Rejection

Stop Over-drinking and Start Living

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021


Rejection is defined as the dismissing or refusing of a proposal, idea, etc. Humans don't like rejection. To be told no, or to be denied something you want, or an idea that you have, or to sell something, or to put yourself out there and then told no, whether it's love, or a new job, or a business idea. The idea of rejection or being rejected keeps a lot of people from going forward. But the most PAINFUL rejections are the ones we do towards ourselves. Tune in and learn how you can identify 3 areas in which you might be rejecting yourself and your goals. And how you can shift to stop rejecting what you truly want and start to say YES to you and your amazing life. The weight of your unlived dreams lives unsatisfied inside of YOU. And it keeps growing the longer you reject what it is you actually want. This is one of the reasons why we numb and escape. And you don't have to keep doing it. AND don't forget to sign up for the FREE Wine Free Workweek Challenge, we start on Monday, September 20th! I'll be sharing the details in my new 2.0 Stop Over-drinking and Start Living program and if you are one of the first to sign up, you get amazing bonuses and extra good stuff! Join the Wine Free Workweek Challenge:https://www.angelamascenik.com/challenge Get your name on the list to hear about SODSL Program 2.0:https://www.angelamascenik.com/program-2-0   

City of Town: An Improvised DnD Adventure!
Is getting eaten by a snake painful?

City of Town: An Improvised DnD Adventure!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 59:30


After Loxaboon's entire family is killed by a band of travelers, the goblin stumbles into an even more deadly trap. Will the lonely goblin survive his chance encounter with a venomous snake or will he be eaten alive? You'll have to listen to find out!Every episode of City of Town is made up on the spot. No pre-planning, no character sheets, just endless amounts of dragon slaying. If you have ideas for adventures you'd like to see, contact us (Casey and Michael) through Instagram @cityoftowndnd Edited by Ryan RiverosCover Art by Catherine Chooljian (@cooljeansart)

Transformational Truths with Pastor Travis Hall
With God Your Painful Time will not be Wasted Time!

Transformational Truths with Pastor Travis Hall

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 17:24


Join Pastor Travis Hall in this solo episode that is all about how you can reframe your pain. We all go through the storms of life, but what's different is we all don't go through it in the same boat. Because of this, pain can present itself to us in many different ways, and sometimes – it can be for very good reasons. In this episode, Pastor Travis talks about why living life avoiding pain is a waste, how some form of pain can indicate good, why our perception of pain is vital to how we take away from it, and the simple steps on how we can reframe our view of pain. Tune in as they put the spot on the Transformational Truth #46 - With God, Your Painful Time will not be Wasted Time! Listen with your notes ready because there will be a lot to take away from this episode as you tune in. In this episode you will learn: · Living life avoiding pain is a mistake! · There are types of pain that indicate something good. · Quitting doesn't equal healing. · Why should you ask the question, "is this happening to me or for me?" · Identify your pain, reframe your pain, and remember how you perceive your pain · …and so much more. About Pastor Travis Hall: Pastor Travis believes God created us on purpose for a purpose. As a pastor and leader for more than 20 years, he has a deep burden in his heart to help people fulfill their God-given potential and adopt a paradigm of leadership that will restore joy to their life. He and his wife Tina have the honor of serving as lead pastor of Life Church International, a community-centric church with more than 500 people from 75 nationalities. Through their partnership with Satisfeed, they've fed more than 1,000 families per week and also provide local food distributors with basic need supplies to help their communities. Aside from his beautiful wife and five amazing children, his most thrilling experience is watching God work through their ministry and leadership to bring more than 5,000 souls to faith in Christ. Catch Pastor Travis Hall on: Website: http://cultivatemypurpose.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pastortravishall/ Seven Deadly Thoughts, Book by Travis H. Hall: https://cultivatemypurpose.com/book/

Rental Property Owner & Real Estate Investor Podcast
EP298 How His Painful Real Estate Experiences Boosted His Street Smart Success, with Roger Becker

Rental Property Owner & Real Estate Investor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 51:16


My guest today is a successful entrepreneur and real estate investor who hosts the excellent podcast called “Street Smart Success”. Roger Becker is also a great guy and is not afraid to share the ups & downs of the deals he's done, which include single family, commercial properties, and a rent-controlled multifamily in San Francisco. Today Roger goes where very few investors care to travel --- he'll be sharing some of the more painful investments he made and the lessons he learned from them.  He'll discuss the duplex he house hacked and how he was barely able to pay the mortgage each month.  We'll also talk about the 100% loss he experienced on a commercial office and retail property when he partnered with someone that seemed to know what they were doing but didn't. Roger will also go into detail on the 5-unit Rent Controlled Multifamily he acquired in San Francisco, and why he had to sell it when he realized that the tenants would never move out and allow him to increase rents to market rate.  We'll also discuss the difficult decision he faced to condo-ize the building, and how the next investor he sold it to did just that and faced the wrath of the neighbors, city, and media. I know you're going to enjoy listening to Roger's stories and learning from his sometimes painful experiences.  You can contract Roger through email: roger@streetsmartsuccess.com And be sure to check out his excellent podcast “Street Smart Success”. 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

Expedition 44
The Atonement Part 11: Atonement History and The Church Fathers

Expedition 44

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 69:42


PSA advocates claim that this theory was there from the beginning, and this is witnessed by the church fathers. Yet the Church Fathers don't really have modern atonement theories when they speak about the cross. They use phrases like “Jesus died for us”, “Jesus shed his blood for us”, they connect the cross with forgiveness, Jesus freeing humanity from a curse, Jesus as a ransom, Jesus as the 2nd Adam, etc. Though they use this “biblical language” do they mean what PSA has defined them as. Many pin a fully formed view of PSA on John Calvin in the 1500s. Calvin was a lawyer and interpreted the Bible through a legal lens. Though Calvin did have most of the PSA building blocks in place he never systematized it like the modern atonement theory school does. This didn't happen until Charles Hodge wrote his systematic theology set in 1871. This was the first time PSA was but together in print as a theory. The building blocks came into being with Augustine. Paul Vendredi notes this with his 17 historical claims of PSA. 3 were made by Augustine, 9 were Anselm, and 5 are the modern atonement schools built on and expanded upon Calvin. (Check out Idol Killer's Youtube for more on this). The 17 Claims: 1. Original Sin 2. Total Depravity / Inability 3. Infant Depravity 4. Sin is an Infinite Offense 5. Sin is a Debt we owe 6. Infants also owe this Debt 7. Animal Sacrifices 8. God could Cancel the sin debt by His will... 9. But, God cannot Forgive a Sin without punishing the Sinner 10. Death Must be Painful 11. "Propitiation" 12. Substitution 13. God pours out His Wrath 14. Jesus Became a Literal Curse 15. The Father turned His back on Christ 16. Old Testament Sacrificial System 17. Ransom Paid TO God Conclusions: • The early church used biblical language to talk about the cross… retribution must be read into them • Healing was the focus and not legal metaphors in all of these • A major focus is on death, sin, and the devil's defeat and these 3 concepts are connected. • The results of their defeat are a rescue and restoration of the image of God. • Until Augustine's 3 foundational points (original sin, Total depravity, and infant depravity) the early church had nothing to build PSA upon, so it is a fallacy to show that they taught it. • PSA has no historical leg to stand on. Most often they read PSA into ransom and then back into other theories like recapitulation taking them out of their context and projecting onto the language of the Church Fathers.

Unveiling Mercy
September 7 - Fashion or Hurt? Job's Painful Pun

Unveiling Mercy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 3:30


עצב - Your hands fashioned and made me, and now you have destroyed me altogether. Remember that you have made me like clay; and will you return me to the dust? Did you not pour me out like milk and curdle me like cheese? JOB 10:8–11 — LINKS Purchase "Unveiling Mercy" and learn more... 1517 Podcast Network Support the work of 1517 CONTACT and FOLLOW chad@1517.org Facebook Twitter SUBSCRIBE Apple Podcasts Spotify Overcast RSS Google Podcasts Audio production by Christopher Gillespie (gillespie.media).

Acting My Age with Rohini Elyse
What it's like to grow - the uncomfy, the painful, the JOY! // Reading your submissions

Acting My Age with Rohini Elyse

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 60:09


Join Hini today as she reads your submissions of what it feels like to say goodbye to a past version of ourselves, the grieving process, and welcoming the woman that you now are into the world. Rohini chats about the power of poetry, saying goodbye to friendships & relationships, and the cyclicity of life.