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Using another story from the life of Elisha in 2 Kings 6, Pastor Paul gave an overarching view of spiritual warfare. What are our battles? How can we win the battles? What are the certainties of spiritual warfare? What are our victories? Listen in and find the answers to all those questions.
Welcome to Case of the Sunday Scaries!Annie is covering the haunting missing person's case of Melody Jones and the tragic murder of her husband Paul Jones. This case has us both stumped, so we would love to hear your theories!A full list of references for this case can be found on our episode blog at:https://www.acaseofthesundayscaries.com/blogJoin us for a new Case of The Sunday Scaries every Sunday!Elyse Dehlbom @elysemichelle_muaAnnie Hochstein @anniehochsteinCase Of The Sunday Scaries Podcast @acaseofthesundayscaries
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What is the key to your relationship with God? Pastor Paul shared the answer to that question in the latest sermon in the Faith series. From 2 Kings 5, he shared the story of Naaman, what his biggest problem was and what God did about it.
Charles Davis from the NFL on CBS joins Ailish and Justin to dive into expectations for Joe Burrow and the defending AFC Champion Bengals, life without Ben Roethlisberger in Pittsburgh, Russell Wilson in Denver, and if the Raiders can hang in the tough AFC West (02:18). Next, Raptors analyst Paul Jones drops by to assess the Cavs trading for Donovan Mitchell, and what that means for the Raptors and the Eastern Conference (31:23). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.
GoTigers247 presents a new podcast called "Behind Enemy Lines" This podcast will be a deep dive into the matchups between the 2022 Memphis Tiger football team and their opponents for that week. In this first episode, we are speaking with Paul Jones, co-producer for Bulldawgs247, the Mississippi State 247Sports affiliate. Listen in as Paul answers questions about the 2022 Mississippi State football team, and the matchup in Week One against the Tigers. The Tigers travel to Starkville for a Saturday showdown at 6:30pm on September 3rd. Kenny and Paul dive into specific matchups Paul is looking forward to seeing on the field on Saturday. They also talk about the vibe of the Bulldog's football team coming out of fall camp, and the fans' expectations for the team this year. Paul specifically mentions Seth Henigan and how the Tigers have a quality quarterback who will impact the game on so many levels. Is this a revenge game for Mississippi State after last year's loss to the Tigers? Paul shares how Bulldog players and coaches are viewing this game. Who will win? Both Kenny and Paul Jones give their prediction on who will win this non-conference Week One matchup. About Behind Enemy Lines Behind Enemy Lines is a GoTigers247 audio podcast where we interview beat writers that cover Tiger opponents. The podcast is recorded the week prior to the game so listeners will get the most up to date information for the specific matchup. You can listen to any of our podcasts on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher and Megaphone. Make sure to subscribe, leave a comment and spread the word about Tigers in 20 and Off the Boards. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week Pastor Paul used the story of Elijah and the Widow of Zarapheth to teach about faith. During that time, there was a great shortage in Israel due to lack of rain for 3 1/2 years. Yet God used Elijah to care for the widow and her son and ultimately she came to saving faith. Listen in to see how God worked mightily during a nationwide shortage and learn how we can employ the spiritual principles in our world today.
In this hour, Mike & Jason talk some NFL with FanSided's Matt Verderame, a Nat Bailey barn burner with voice of the Vancouver Canadians Tyler Zickle, plus a big Canada Basketball win with Raptors PxP man Paul Jones. This podcast is produced by Andy Cole and Greg Balloch. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
It's time for your weekly dose of the blues with two hours of amazing tunes in this week's Blues is the Truth. In this week's show, Ian shares tracks from some of the biggest stars in the genre along with some real rising stars... Hit play for music from Taj Mahal, Lamont Dozier with Jo Harman, Sun House, Random Earth Project, Gary Clark Jr, John Mayall, Taildragger, Stevie Watts Organ Trio with Alice Armstrong, Will Johns, The Rock House All Stars, Bernie Marsden, Jimmy Adler, Sir Rod and the Blues Doctors, AC Reed, Maria Muldaur, Jessica Rose, Derek and the Dominos, Robert Nighthawk, Levi Platero, Jhett Black, John Lee Hooker, Orphan Jones and the Abandoned, Paul Jones, Buddy Guy and JW Jones. Make sure you like, share and review the show and join our facebook group at facebook.com/groups/bluesisthetruth
For most of us, planning the logistics of an Everesting Challenge attempt is daunting. Paul Jones recently completed a massive 10K Roam ride, covering 414 kilometres and over 10,000 meters of climbing in under 36 hours, all while having to manage his condition of Type 1 diabetes. It's rare for otherwise healthy adults to develop T1, and we're excited to share Paul's inspirational attitude towards a life changing diagnosis.
"ALL GOOD THINGS MUST COME TO AN END, MISTAH POTTAHHH" - Voldemort probably.We f&*CKing made it! The last Harry Potter film! This series was exhausting but we did it! It's truly been a magical journey that we will never forget.Joining us for this final journey through Hogwart's is none other than friend of the pod, writer, director, and immersion scientist, Paul Jones!Follow Paul on Instagram: @paul_rufus_jonesCheck out his Bruce Campbell project: www.brucefest.coFollow them on Instagram: @brucefestofficialBecome a member of the L2W patreon by joining at www.patreon.com/L2W to hear us cover non-franchise classics for only $1 a month!
We're happy to welcome for the first time to the show, Kris P Lettuce (@krisplettuce), the man behind the Armstrong Alley You Tube channel. We discussed the treasure trove of found footage he has been posting on his channel featuring independent wrestling from the 1980s., 1990s and 2000s. First up, we talked about his channel and the origins of all this footage, including a subject we've been talking a lot lately on the show, tape trading. Just how big was the list of footage from which he was choosing? From there, we talk about a number of short-lived promotions, including: Austin Idol's 1993 USA Wrestling, the 1987 Alabama promotion World of Wrestling, the 1990-91 Texas Championship Wrestling, the 1991 Nashville International Wrestling Alliance, the 1990 Arkansas International Pro Wrestling, The 1990-91 North American Wrestling Assocation/South Atlantic Pro Wrestling and more. There's a littany of people we mention here: Idol, Junkyard Dog, the Bullet and the other Armstrongs, Bob Holly, Bill Ash, Stunning Steve Austin, Paul Jones, Robert Fuller, Willie the Wrestling Clown and even Nick Gulas. There's also chat about Southeastern/Continental, missing and found footage, Ron Wright and Ron's Championship Wrestling, wrestling fan subcultures, Kris' new Patreon, wrestling books, what footage he hopes to get next and more. Note: The next episode of The Plot should feature two spy-themed Silver Age comics and should be out in a week or two. Thanks for listening.
Nathan King links up with Paul Jones of GenesPage.com to preview Auburn's trip to Starkville this fall, including Mississippi State's high rate of returning production, what steps Mike Leach's air raid offense could take in Year 3, and how important the matchup is for both SEC West squads. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week Pastor Paul began a 5-week series, Contending for the Faith, from the book of Jude. He taught that we have to fight for our faith from both outsiders and insiders. Who are these insiders and how can we identify them? Listen in to find out.
Using the story of Elijah in 1 Kings 18, Pastor Paul shared 10 axioms from the story that should be memorized and recalled by every believer and taught to the kids in our lives. This kind of faith helps us stand strong and be unwavering in the midst of great adversity.
Even with his internet down, Bob McCown will still get you the podcast. Zooming in from his phone, Bob and join welcome Doug Smith and Paul Jones to the show to talk everything basketball on todays podcast. Having yet to discuss the NBA Finals in full, the gentlemen talk about the Warriors run and what got them to their 4th championship in the span of 8 years. The three wonder what makes Steve Kerr so good and compare the coaching style of the Warriors bench boss with that of Nick Nurse. We also talks bout potential landing spots for a seemingly disgruntled Kyrie, Toronto's offseason plans and what they aim to do with the 33rd pick of this years NBA draft. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The vehement secularism all around us is no secret. I have seen its pointed perseverance in at least three settings recently, and most powerfully at my 50th Harvard College class reunion. In all three settings, 'God' was sedulously left out of the discourse, and, it felt to me, conscientiously. Nothing new in that, to be sure; but it made me reflect on the Christian Church, at least in its traditional manifestation, and what is it that "triggers" the sharp antagonism. But I came up with a slightly different answer. Had recently read John Weaver's book Evangelicals and the Arts in Fiction from McFarland Books, that wonderful publishing house which specializes in sincerest monographs on subjects such as the history of wax-museum horror films or 1940s Mummy movies. Weaver's book is counter-intuitive in the extreme, and contributes an insight that I have read nowhere else. So maybe we can learn from contemporary secularism, albeit from a different direction. The cast concludes with one of the most unusual Christian pop songs ever recorded, and filmed, from Peter Watkins' 1967 "anti-Establishment" movie Privilege, starring Paul Jones, the lead singer of Manfred Mann (i.e., "Doo Wah Diddy"). In brief, you can learn something about yourself by studying what others dislike about you. LUV U.
Pastor Paul used the stories of Ahab, Jezebal, Jehoram and Athaliah to highlight the true hero of Israel during that time period--Jehoshabeath. At great risk and peril to herself, she saved the life of her nephew and changed the trajectory of Judah. What are the takeaways for us? Listen to find out!
Two well known voices in the Raptors community, Matt Devlin and Paul Jones join the podcast to discuss the team and the start of the NBA Finals between the Boston Celtics & the Golden State Warriors. The foursome kick off the show by talking about the elephant in the room - Do these recent OG Anunoby trade rumours hold any weight? We discuss the prospect of trading away one of the teams most valuable assets and debate on what would be the best direction for Masai Ujiri and the Toronto Raptors to go in this off-season before spending some time on the NBA finals matchup between the Celtics and the Warriors on todays roundtable. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Continuing in the Faith Family series, Pastor Paul preached this week on the need to teach history to the next generation. What is most important to teach? And how should we teach it? Listen in to find the answer to those questions.
Tax Notes reporters Paul Jones and Nathan Richman discuss the $141 million settlement over Intuit's TurboTax Free Edition program and the potential tax break for Intuit. For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:TurboTax Settlement May Open the Door to Huge Tax BreakIntuit, States Enter Settlement Over ‘Free File' ScandalGAO: Taxpayer Use of Free File Waned After Intuit's ExitIntuit's Ad Campaign for ‘Free' Tax Software Draws FTC IreIntuit to Exit Free File AllianceIntuit Fails to Secure Injunction in Tax Prep 'Bait-and-Switch' FightIntuit Free File Arbitration Strategy BackfiresNew York Governor Calls for Investigation of Tax Return PreparersIn our “In the Pages” segment, Allison Christians, the H. Heward Stikeman Chair in Tax Law at McGill University in Montreal, chats about her Tax Notes piece, “Let the GILTI/GLOBE Games Begin.” Follow us on Twitter:David Stewart: @TaxStewTax Notes: @TaxNotes**This episode is sponsored by SafeSend. For more information, visit safesend.com.This episode is sponsored by Avalara. For more information, visit avalara.com/taxnotes.***CreditsHost: David D. StewartExecutive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige JonesShowrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan ParrishGuest Relations: Alexis Hart
Jake first shares his visit with Paul Jones who covers the beat and recruiting for 247Sports' Mississippi State site. They focus on all things Martin Emerson from Paul's time covering the cornerback in Starkville. Then Jake shares his visit on The Barking Browns Show which airs on the Faithful Dawgs Network Twitch every Tuesday at 8p. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this sermon, Pastor Paul talked about grief and used the story of Ruth and Naomi. He contrasted the responses of these two women and shared why Ruth's response was redeeming whereas Naomi experienced great spiritual warfare in grief.
Friday 5/6/22 HR 2: Former NBA player Etan Thomas joins the show to talk playoffs, and Bart's take on Joel Embiid. Paul Jones, the voice of the Toronto Raptors was listening to the Joel Embiid conversation and had to call in to put Bart in his place. Plus, Tom Brady said he may have fumbled the ball in the legendary Tuck Rule Game. That got us thinking about other sports truths that need to be told. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Host Aaron Witt has been very clear about his opinions on General Contractors over the years, and yet one was brave enough to be on the podcast. (To be fair, Aaron has softened and added some nuance to those hot takes). Enter Paul Jones, President of Solomon Builders in Nashville, TN. Aaron has sung these guys' praises multiple times internally to the team, and so it made sense to have Paul on to set the record straight on GCs. This week on Dirt Talk, Aaron and Paul discuss Pauls's beginnings as a GC and how defining company values is essential to running a business, especially in the face of hardship. They later discuss the operations of subcontractors vs general contractors, and how not taking yourself too seriously can be beneficial. Don't forget you can watch or listen to Dirt Talk on the BuildWitt app! You can learn more about it at buildwitt.com/buildwitt-app. To connect with other people who listen to this show, use and search for the hashtag #betterdirtworld and join in on the conversation. If you have questions/comments/concerns, reach out to DirtTalk@buildwitt.com. Stay Dirty!