In this enlightening episode of the Moonshots Podcast, hosts Mike and Mark delve into the world of legendary tennis player and trailblazer, Billie Jean King, as they dissect her inspiring book, "All In." The episode is packed with wisdom, motivation, and insights from the remarkable life of Billie Jean King, a true pioneer of her time.Buy The Book on Amazon https://geni.us/rPsSCIBecome a Moonshot Member https://www.patreon.com/MoonshotsWatch this episode on YouTube The journey begins with a captivating INTRO, where Billie Jean King imparts one of her most profound life lessons: "Never Stop Learning." In just over two minutes, listeners are encouraged to embrace the power of continuous learning and personal growth.Moving forward, the hosts explore BJK's invaluable advice on navigating challenges in one's career, focusing on the mantra, "Be a problem solver." In a concise two-minute and seven-second segment, the episode provides practical guidance for tackling obstacles head-on.Next up, Billie Jean King shares her secrets to success with The Washington Post, encapsulated in the succinct phrase, "Play the game." In a two-minute and fourteen-second clip, listeners gain insights into her mindset and approach to achieving greatness.The podcast takes a moment to reflect on Billie Jean King's thoughts about the intentionality of leadership, where she emphasizes how helping one person can positively impact the entire world. In just 15 seconds, this segment delivers a powerful message about the ripple effect of leadership.Finally, the OUTRO of the episode is marked by Billie Jean King's reflection on her monumental accomplishments and the profound effect she's had on an entire generation. In a one-minute and six-second segment, her legacy comes to life, inspiring listeners to make their mark on the world.Join Mike and Mark as they celebrate the life and wisdom of Billie Jean King, offering listeners a rich tapestry of inspiration, leadership, and resilience. Tune in to this episode of the Moonshots Podcast to learn how embracing challenges and leading with intention can propel you toward greatness.Buy The Book on Amazon https://geni.us/rPsSCIBecome a Moonshot Member https://www.patreon.com/MoonshotsWatch this episode on YouTube Thanks to our monthly supporters ola Jez Dix Lorenz Weidinger Fred Fox Austin Hammatt Zachary Phillips Vanessa Dian Antonio Candia Dan Effland Mike Leigh Cooper Daniela Wedemeier Bertram O. Gayla Schiff Corey LaMonica Smitty Laura KE Denise findlay Krzysztof Wade Mackintosh Diana Bastianelli James Springle Nimalen Sivapalan Roar Nikolay Ytre-Eide Roger von Holdt Jette Haswell Marco Silva venkata reddy Karthik Tsaliki Hari Birring Dirk Breitsameter Ingram Casey Nicoara Talpes rahul grover Karen Petersburg Evert van de Plassche Ravi Govender Andrew Hyde Daniel Alcaraz Craig Lindsay Steve Woollard Lasse Brurok Deborah Spahr Chris Way Andrei Ciobotar Barbara Samoela Christian Jo Hatchard Kalman Cseh Berg De Bleecker Paul Acquaah MrBonjour Sid Liza Goetz Rodrigo Aliseda Konnor Ah kuoi Marjan Modara Dietmar Baur Ken Ennis Bob Nolley ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Video Version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zHCcDftUPwQGregg Braden discusses the concept of heart-brain coherence and its potential to optimize human performance and well-being. He shares the steps to achieve coherence, which involves shifting awareness to the heart, slowing the breath, and creating positive feelings in the heart. Braden explains that coherence extends beyond the heart and brain to every cell in the body, leading to enhanced physical, mental, and emotional capabilities. He also explores the intersection of technology and spirituality, highlighting the importance of maintaining our humanness amidst the rapid advancements in technology. Braden emphasizes the need to honor our bodies and tap into our extraordinary potential as athletes and individuals. The conversation explores the idea of embracing a different way of thinking and applying the principles of science and ancestral wisdom in everyday life.Takeaways Heart-brain coherence can optimize human potential and performance. Achieving coherence involves shifting awareness to the heart, slowing the breath, and creating positive feelings. Coherence extends to every cell in the body, enhancing physical, mental, and emotional capabilities. The intersection of technology and spirituality raises important questions about the future of humanity. Maintaining our humanness and honoring our bodies is crucial amidst technological advancements. Embracing new ways of thinking can lead to personal growth and self-improvement. The best science of the modern world can provide insights into how we work. The wisdom of our ancestors can offer guidance on applying these principles. Bringing people together to explore these ideas can create a supportive community.
World-renowned teacher Sharon Salzberg talks about her book “Real Happiness: A 28-Day Program to Realize the Power of Meditation.” The post Fund Drive Special: Meditation Pioneer Sharon Salzberg appeared first on KPFA.
Huge ban update in Modern and Pioneer! We saw some of these coming (because they...told us) but it's time to talk through the implications. Will the Fury ban free creature decks in Modern? Is Smuggler's Copter good enough for Pioneer? Let's find out! Thanks as always to Wave Sunray for our music! If you'd like to support the podcast, check out our patreon at patreon.com/mtggrindcast. Subscribers get swag and bonus content! And whether you subscribe or not, you're invited to join our discord, where we're building a community of friendly people all looking to improve at the game we love. Check it out here: https://discord.gg/Uq8x2RHYRU
Elio Damaggio is a product leader with over 15 years of experience in cloud computing, IoT, and AI. Currently serving as the Head of Product for AWS in the Next Generation Developer Experience organization, he is building new ways to empower software developer teams with AI. Elio began his tech journey as a product manager at Microsoft, where he worked on Azure Mobile, IoT, and big data services. At Microsoft, he amassed an impressive portfolio of 11 patents, all related to cloud technologies and IoT. Elio's passions extend to gaming, where he enjoys RPGs, strategy games, and adventures. He's also an amateur musician, wasting time writing songs with his acoustic and electric guitars.
The mad lads did it! Fury... banned. Up the Beanstalk... banned. Karn, the Great Creator... banned. Geological Appraiser... banned. Smuggler's Copter... once banned, now unbanned. We react to the bombshell B&R, consider which decks win and lose from the announcement, and think about what looks good for RC Atlanta. Our hands shook with anticipation as we vigorously refreshed the B&R URL on Monday morning. Wizards promised bans in Modern & Pioneer, and they practically told us they were banning Fury, Beans, Karn, and Appraiser, but maybe it was an elaborate bit? Turns out, not a bit! And what's this, Smuggler's Copter finally unbanned? There's so much to talk about, and so soon before the Pioneer RC in Atlanta. Become a citizen of The Dive Down Nation!: http://www.patreon.com/thedivedown Show the world that you're a proud citizen of The Dive Down Nation with some merch from the store: https://www.thedivedown.com/store Upgrade your gameplay and your gameday with Heavy Play accessories. Use code THEDIVEDOWN2023 for 10% off your first order at https://www.heavyplay.com Check out our sponsor Barrister and Mann! https://www.barristerandmann.com/ Use coupon code THEDIVEDOWNTWENTYTHREE for 15% off your first order of some incredible fragrances, soaps, beard oils, and more. Get 10% off your first 2 months of ManaTraders! https://www.manatraders.com/?medium=thedivedown and use coupon code THEDIVEDOWN23 And now receive 8% off your order of paper cards from Nerd Rage Gaming with code DIVE8 at https://www.nerdragegaming.com/ Timestamps: 3:20 - Hold your non-banned cards with Heavy Play 6:28 - This week's episode/housekeeping 9:31 - The Break Down begins: We got some bans 13:48 - The B&R schedule moving forward 18:51 - Pioneer bans overall 22:46 - Karn, the Great Creator banned 31:10 - Geological Appraiser banned 33:49 - Smuggler's Copter UNBANNED! 46:56 - Pioneer winners and losers 51:10 - Testing those new scents 54:35 - The Break Down continues: Fury banned in Modern 1:07:56 - Up the Beanstalk banned 1:13:45 - Modern winners and losers 1:26:53 - Where do we go from here? 1:30:39 - Wrapping up Links from this week's episode: https://magic.wizards.com/en/news/announcements/december-4-2023-banned-and-restricted-announcement Our opening music is Nowhere - You Never Knew, and our closing music is Space Blood - Goro? Is That Your Christian Name? email us: firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com) twitter: https://twitter.com/thedivedown
An exciting B&R change means an emergency episode! Gerry and Dave dive into the changes, how they feel about them, and how Modern and Pioneer will look going forward. The Smuggler's Copter unban is a surprise that very few people saw coming and one that creates serious ramifications. Music: Mega Man 2 "Ending theme" Remix by zookun | Music composed by Manami Matsumae & Takashi Tateishi patreon.com/arenadecklists youtube.com/arenadecklists twitter.com/arenadecklists twitter.com/g3rryt twitter.com/_DaveShiels twitch.tv/gerry_t
Dr. Fei-Fei Li is a literal visionary. Her groundbreaking work on ImageNet, a vast visual recognition database, helped propel artificial intelligence at a critical moment. As one of the key innovators and thinkers in AI, Li has argued for a human-centered artificial intelligence that augments people's capabilities instead of displacing them. We talk to Li about her work, her vision for AI and her new memoir, The Worlds I See, in which she recounts her journey as a scientist and immigrant, and how those two roles inform each other. Guests: Fei-Fei Li, professor of Computer Science Department, Stanford University; author, "The Worlds I See: Curiosity, Exploration, and Discovery at the Dawn of AI"
Breaking news: a new Banned & Restricted announcement rocks Pioneer and Modern, two giants of content creation pause at least some of their written articles, details about the first ever Standard Open at MagicCon Chicago, how to win a Festival-in-a-Box and more upcoming MTG Arena events, and Commander Party comes to an LGS near you! Help support the show on Patreon! Visit the GLH5 Website Watch The Upkeep on YouTube Follow us on Twitter Peep our Insta Like our Facebook Buy Some GLH5 Swag Follow us on Twitch
Jupiter is like an old friend these days. We see sharp pictures of its clouds and moons all the time. Several spacecraft have flown by or entered orbit, revealing details about Jupiter's interior, its atmosphere, its radiation belts, and more. The first of those visitors paid a call on Jupiter 50 years ago today. It greatly enhanced our knowledge of the planet, while pioneering the way for more sophisticated missions in the following decades. Pioneer 10 flew just 81,000 miles from Jupiter on December 3rd, 1973. By then, it had traveled farther than any spacecraft in history. During an encounter that lasted for several weeks, Pioneer 10 snapped about 500 pictures of Jupiter and some of its moons. They were crude by modern standards, but they were sharper than anything available from telescopes on Earth. Pioneer also measured Jupiter's magnetic and gravitational fields, and probed its atmosphere. It found that the planet's radiation belts were at least 10,000 times as intense as Earth's. In fact, they knocked out Pioneer's camera. The Jupiter encounter was the end of Pioneer 10's main mission. Yet the craft kept working for another 20 years. It told us about conditions beyond the realm of the planets — more discoveries from a solar-system pioneer. Jupiter is in the east at nightfall, and looks like a brilliant star — a world we began to really get to know with the visit of Pioneer 10. Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory
Host Gil Bashe chats with Surgeon, Educator, Speaker, Patient Advocate, Healthcare Futurist, and digital health pioneer Rafael J. Grossmann, MD, a Fellow in the American College of Surgeons. We discuss Dr. Grossmann's journey (both headwinds and tailwinds) integrating tech into legacy OR workflows and student teaching opportunities within a traditional general surgery practice. As a early adopter of Googles glass, Dr. Grossmann paved the way for many of his peers and continues to find ways that tech improves clinical workflows, the patient experience and ultimatley improved outcomes. To stream our Station live 24/7 visit www.HealthcareNOWRadio.com or ask your Smart Device to “….Play Healthcare NOW Radio”. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen
Scripture Reading: Acts 3 Now Peter and John were going up to the temple at the time for prayer, at three o'clock in the afternoon. 2 And a man lame from birth was being carried up, who was placed at the temple gate called “the Beautiful Gate” every day so he could beg for money from those going into the temple courts. 3 When he saw Peter and John about to go into the temple courts, he asked them for money. 4 Peter looked directly at him (as did John) and said, “Look at us!” 5 So the lame man paid attention to them, expecting to receive something from them. 6 But Peter said, “I have no silver or gold, but what I do have I give you. In the name of Jesus Christ the Nazarene, stand up and walk!” 7 Then Peter took hold of him by the right hand and raised him up, and at once the man's feet and ankles were made strong. 8 He jumped up, stood and began walking around, and he entered the temple courts with them, walking and leaping and praising God. 9 All the people saw him walking and praising God, 10 and they recognized him as the man who used to sit and ask for donations at the Beautiful Gate of the temple, and they were filled with astonishment and amazement at what had happened to him.11 While the man was hanging on to Peter and John, all the people, completely astounded, ran together to them in the covered walkway called Solomon's Portico. 12 When Peter saw this, he declared to the people, “Men of Israel, why are you amazed at this? Why do you stare at us as if we had made this man walk by our own power or piety? 13 The God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, the God of our forefathers, has glorified his servant Jesus, whom you handed over and rejected in the presence of Pilate after he had decided to release him. 14 But you rejected the Holy and Righteous One and asked that a man who was a murderer be released to you. 15 You killed the Originator of life, whom God raised from the dead. To this fact we are witnesses! 16 And on the basis of faith in Jesus' name, his very name has made this man—whom you see and know—strong. The faith that is through Jesus has given him this complete health in the presence of you all. 17 And now, brothers, I know you acted in ignorance, as your rulers did too. 18 But the things God foretold long ago through all the prophets—that his Christ would suffer—he has fulfilled in this way. 19 Therefore repent and turn back so that your sins may be wiped out, 20 so that times of refreshing may come from the presence of the Lord, and so that he may send the Messiah appointed for you—that is, Jesus. 21 This one heaven must receive until the time all things are restored, which God declared from times long ago through his holy prophets. 22 Moses said, ‘The Lord your God will raise up for you a prophet like me from among your brothers. You must obey him in everything he tells you. 23 Every person who does not obey that prophet will be destroyed and thus removed from the people.' 24 And all the prophets, from Samuel and those who followed him, have spoken about and announced these days. 25 You are the sons of the prophets and of the covenant that God made with your ancestors, saying to Abraham, ‘And in your descendants all the nations of the earth will be blessed.' 26 God raised up his servant and sent him first to you, to bless you by turning each one of you from your iniquities.”Main ThemesThe MiracleThe SettingWe learn in chapter 2 that believers pray daily in the temple. (This means they prayed in the temple courts, not literally inside the temple.) So, chapter 3 opens with a predictable scene—Peter and John find themselves going to the temple to pray (3:1). We can safely assume they were going to participate in a corporate prayer meeting (as opposed to a time of personal prayer).We are aware that at some point synagogues established three prayer times during the day. We have evidence from early Christian writers that Christians continued this practice for a while. Even in Acts we read of three times of prayer: 9:00 AM (Acts 2:15), noon (Acts 10:9), and 3:00 PM (Acts 3:1). There is some doubt that the synagogue tradition was firmly in place at the time of Acts chapter 3, but most agree that was the case.We might ask ourselves: What did these times of corporate prayer look like? It may have included corporate singing of Psalms and other worship, a person leading everyone in prayer, and everyone praying differently but simultaneously.We might also ask ourselves: How long did the miracle and Peter's preaching (which we are about to discuss) take? We learn at the beginning of chapter 4 that Peter and John are arrested towards evening, and recall that Peter and John head towards the temple around 3 PM. So, the miracle and subsequent preaching probably lasted about 3 hours. Although this may be obvious to the reader already, we should note that the speeches we read in Acts are obviously summaries. Luke records the main points made by Peter.The Lame Man and the GateAs the believers head to the temple to pray, they run across a lame man who was placed at the temple gate daily. As a quick historical note, we are not certain at which gate he was placed. Ancient sources do not specify which gate was popularly called “the Beautiful Gate.” We are able to ascertain that it referred to either the Nicanor Gate (which led from the Court of the Gentiles into the Court of Women) or the Shushan Gate at the eastern wall. Since the fifth century, the tradition has been that “the Beautiful Gate” referred to the Shushan Gate, but that tradition may not be reliable.Of more relevance than which gate is being described is the fact that the lame man was at a gate. Because of his defect, he may not have been allowed to go any further into the temple. Also, temple gates were useful for begging since they were frequented by many people. Moreover, one may assume that people at the temple were a more charitable audience than elsewhere. Finally, we must keep in mind the lame man's dismal situation. Begging (considered highly shameful) would have been his only way to provide for himself. There was no other social safety net. As a scholar points out, the poor in ancient cities were “ill-fed, housed in slums or not at all, ravaged by sickness,” and with little hope of social betterment.The ExchangeThe lame man begins the exchange with the apostles on the basis of his need—he requests money. Truly, he requested alms—money given to the poor as an act of charity—but our translation uses money because the term alms is unfamiliar to current readers. Giving alms was viewed as honorable by Judaism.The lame man's request opens the door for a dramatic demonstration of the gospel. The Old Testament strongly emphasized the charitable treatment of the disabled. Consider, for example:You must not curse a deaf person or put a stumbling block in front of a blind person. You must fear your God; I am the Lord. Leviticus 19:14“Cursed is the one who misleads a blind person on the road.” Then all the people will say, “Amen!” Deuteronomy 27:18Like I have pointed out many times before, the gospels are replete with commands to help the poor.Most importantly, according to the Old Testament, healing of the sick would be a sign of the messianic era. Consider Isaiah:Tell those who panic, “Be strong! Do not fear! Look, your God comes to avenge; with divine retribution he comes to deliver you.” Then blind eyes will open, deaf ears will hear. Then the lame will leap like a deer, the mute tongue will shout for joy; for water will burst forth in the wilderness, streams in the arid rift valley. Isaiah 35:4-6)In the Old Testament, the lame also work as a type for the mistreated people of God:Look, at that time I will deal with those who mistreated you. I will rescue the lame sheep and gather together the scattered sheep. I will take away their humiliation and make the whole earth admire and respect them. Zephaniah 3:19So, Peter healing a lame man works on a literal level—it is an astonishing miracle that validates his credentials as one sent by God—and on a narrative level—the story of redemption has reached the messianic era in which the people of God will be gathered.The Disclaimer—No MoneyUpon the lame man's request, Peter and John clarify that they do not have any money. (The phrase “silver and gold” simply means money, “minted coins.”) Although this is nothing but a footnote in the story, we should notice that as the believers shared all their possessions with one another (see chapter 2), the apostles do not seem to have been enriched. Also, this distinguishes Peter and John from magicians of that time, who took payment for their services.The MiracleJesus' NamePeter begins the miracle by giving credit to Jesus Christ. Jesus's name is a key element that recurs throughout this section. It is repeated many times in chapter 3, and its mention continues into chapter 4. This leaves no doubt that the apostles are acting only as agents for the one who sent them—Jesus.We should notice that Peter specifies that he speaks of Jesus “the Nazarene.” This shows a reference to a real, historical figure, and it operates as defiance to popular expectations of greatness. Being from Nazareth was certainly nothing to brag about.How should we understand the use of Jesus' name? For example, in the context of prayer, calling God's name generally means one is addressing God. For example:Now Jesus was praying in a certain place. When he stopped, one of his disciples said to him, “Lord, teach us to pray, just as John taught his disciples.” 2 So he said to them, “When you pray, say: “‘Father, may your name be honored; may your kingdom come. . . .” Luke 11:1-2But in prayer, one is also calling on the Lord himself to act. Consider how the Lord's prayer continues:Give us each day our daily bread, and forgive us our sins, for we also forgive everyone who sins against us. And do not lead us into temptation. Luke 11:3-4Invocations of God's name could be directed at people or at least with people as the intended audience to prove who is acting. Consider Elijah challenging the prophets of Baal:“Then you will invoke the name of your god, and I will invoke the name of the Lord. The god who responds with fire will demonstrate that he is the true God.” All the people responded, “This will be a fair test.” 1 Kings 18Consider also David's blessing of the people of God in the name of the Lord. This probably means he was calling on the Lord to the bless them.When David finished offering burnt sacrifices and peace offerings, he pronounced a blessing over the people in the Lord's name. 1 Chronicles 16:2So, when Peter asks the lame man to walk “in the name of Jesus Christ,” he may be pointing to who is doing the miracle.We could also understand calling on the Lord's name slightly differently. Both in Jewish and Gentile tradition, we can find brokers (i.e., representatives or messengers) using the name of their patron to denote on whose authority they speak or act. So, to say “in the name of Jesus Christ” is to say, “as a representative of Jesus Christ.” We find this (or a very similar) use of the expression in the Gospel of John when praying in Jesus' name (John 14:13; 15:16; 16:23-24). In John, praying “in one's name” evokes praying “on the merits of,” or because of, another's status before the one entreated (much like Israel seeking favor before God on account of their ancestors' favor).Notice that under either interpretation of using the Lord's name, it is Jesus or through the power of Jesus that the miracle happens. The difference is whether the apostle works as an announcer of what Jesus is doing or as the agent through whom Jesus acts.We should also notice that Peter does not use a particular ritual. For pagans, God's favor could be sought by using very specific rituals that needed perfect execution. Jewish ritual was less particular, but correctly implementing the ritual remained important, leading to conflicts between, for example, Pharisees and Sadducees. Peter also does not employ techniques or ingredients that would lend themselves to be interpreted as magic. The only ingredient, so to speak, is the power and authority of Jesus.The HealingPeter clasps the lame man's right hand—typically a sign of agreement or covenant in the ancient world. Given the man's low social status, this denotes acceptance and kindness on Peter's part. Peter helps him up.The miracle is emphatically evident. The man jumps up and immediately walks. Then we are told repeatedly that he “walks around,” walks and leaps,” and all saw him “walking.” The miracle works as a sign that draws attention to the message about to be preached.Why is the miracle so effective? Those at the temple recognized this man as the one “who used to sit and ask for donations.” Since he had been lame from birth, we can conclude he had been placed there daily for a very long time.Moreover, if we are correct in concluding that the lame man could venture no further into the temple due to his disability, the fact that the man enters the temple courts to praise God is significant. His barrier to experience God has been removed by the power and grace of Jesus.The SpeechThe SettingPetter delivers his speech at Solomon's Portico. It was a long outdoor hallway supported by pillars on the east of a pre-Herodian structure, which overlooked the steep Kidron Valley. Apparently Solomon's Portico was a traditional place for Christians to meet and preach; we read about it in Acts (Acts 3:11; 5:12) and in John 10:23.The MessageWhodunit?Peter begins his sermon by correcting an apparent misunderstanding by the crowd. He makes clear that the cause of the healing is Jesus, not himself.Wonder-workers were common at the time, and they were often understood as sorcerers. Clarifying that Jesus was the source of the miracle, along with other passages in Acts (e.g., Acts 8:7-13, 18-24; 19:11-20) work as an antimagical apologetics. These are miracles done by God, Peter is pointing out, not magical works done by Peter's power or cunning. Moreover, Peter is separating himself from certain Jewish traditions that held holy men had power to make certain things happen. (Pagans had a similar notion, believing that piety could lead to spiritual power. For example, Romans believed that their sacrifices could expiate the gods and that their continued worship could even make the gods embarrassed to continue in anger against Rome.)Unlike a sorcerer or a man acting by his own piety-fueled power, Peter points to Jesus and immediately says the following::The God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, the God of our forefathers, has glorified his servant Jesus, whom you handed over and rejected in the presence of Pilate after he had decided to release him.In other words, the main proposition of the speech is that the God of Israel who acted to resurrect Jesus is continuing to act.The God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob“The God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob” was a familiar Jewish expression, derived from the biblical revelation to Moses recorded in the book of Exodus. It appears multiple times in Exodus and the Old Testament, but probably the most memorable mention is in the scene of the burning bush.Now Moses was shepherding the flock of his father-in-law Jethro, the priest of Midian, and he led the flock to the far side of the desert and came to the mountain of God, to Horeb. The angel of the Lord appeared to him in a flame of fire from within a bush. He looked, and the bush was ablaze with fire, but it was not being consumed! So Moses thought, “I will turn aside to see this amazing sight. Why does the bush not burn up?” When the Lord saw that he had turned aside to look, God called to him from within the bush and said, “Moses, Moses!” And Moses said, “Here I am.” God said, “Do not approach any closer! Take your sandals off your feet, for the place where you are standing is holy ground.” He added, “I am the God of your father, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob.” Then Moses hid his face, because he was afraid to look at God. Exodus 3:1-6This title for God was common in Jesus' time, appearing in Jewish prayers and benedictions, making it one of the most familiar titles for God. Someone who had read both of Luke's works would remember that Jesus had used this title before—once before. Jesus defended the resurrection of the dead with this very title and the very scene of the burning bush, concluding:But even Moses revealed that the dead are raised in the passage about the bush, where he calls the Lord the God of Abraham and the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob. Now he is not God of the dead, but of the living, for all live before him.” Then some of the experts in the law answered, “Teacher, you have spoken well!” For they did not dare any longer to ask him anything. Luke 20:37-40There seems to be no coincidence that Peter uses that same title for God to preach about restoration as Jesus did to preach about resurrection. The God who demonstrated his faithfulness to the patriarchs in the exodus would be faithful to his promise to raise them from the dead; God demonstrated that faithfulness in raising Jesus from the dead; so, one can expect God to deliver on his promises of restoration as well.The Servant, the Holy and Righteous One, the Originator of LifeBecause I have discussed some of these Old Testament allusions in many occasions, I will provide only a brief summary of what the titles used for Jesus are meant to evoke in the listeners' minds.The term servant along with the theme of glorification almost inarguably points to Isaiah' servant.Look, my servant will succeed! He will be elevated, lifted high, and greatly exalted—(just as many were horrified by the sight of you) he was so disfigured he no longer looked like a man; his form was so marred he no longer looked human—so now he will startle many nations. Kings will be shocked by his exaltation, for they will witness something unannounced to them, and they will understand something they had not heard about. Who would have believed what we just heard? When was the Lord's power revealed through him? He sprouted up like a twig before God, like a root out of parched soil; he had no stately form or majesty that might catch our attention, no special appearance that we should want to follow him. He was despised and rejected by people, one who experienced pain and was acquainted with illness; people hid their faces from him; he was despised, and we considered him insignificant. But he lifted up our illnesses, he carried our pain; even though we thought he was being punished, attacked by God, and afflicted for something he had done. He was wounded because of our rebellious deeds, crushed because of our sins; he endured punishment that made us well; because of his wounds we have been healed. Isaiah 52:13 – 53-5“The Holy One” was especially a title for God himself in both the Old Testament and in early Judaism. In a context that draws heavily on Isaiah, the “holy one” title could imply deity (“Holy One” appears thirty times in Isaiah, including for God as Israel's savior and “redeemer” in the servant contexts). The title could also function as an acceptable title for one of God's servants when conjoined with “of God.” In the case of Acts 3, that seems like a difficult interpretation to hold.“Righteous one” is not a common expression for Christ later in the New Testament. (Although we see some uses, such as in 1 John 1-2. It says, “But if anyone does sin, we have an advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ the Righteous One, and he himself is the atoning sacrifice for our sins, and not only for our sins but also for the whole world.”) So why is this title for Jesus used in Acts?In Acts, the title of righteous one is used exclusively when preaching to Jerusalem audiences, which is perhaps a clue as to its intended meaning. Calling Jesus the “righteous one” heightens both the contrast with Barabbas the “murderer” and the guilt of those who denied Jesus. It also fits one of Luke's central themes: Jesus was innocent. Moreover, the term “righteous servant” appears in the servant song of Isaiah (Isaiah 53:11), solidifying the connection between the term “servant” and Isaiah's servant.“Prince of life,” “Founder of life,” or as our translation puts it, “Originator of life” is antonomasia—a title that substitutes the name of a person. Examples in other contexts would be referring to Shakespeare as the Bard or to Lebron James as the GOAT.In Peter's speech, we see a recurring contrast between life and death, including between he who raised to life and those who kill. Calling Jesus the Originator of life is a great rhetorical device to emphasize that contrast. Also, a biblically literate listener would probably recall Deuteronomy 30:“Look! I have set before you today life and prosperity on the one hand, and death and disaster on the other. What I am commanding you today is to love the Lord your God, to walk in his ways, and to obey his commandments, his statutes, and his ordinances. Then you will live and become numerous and the Lord your God will bless you in the land that you are about to possess. However, if you turn aside and do not obey, but are lured away to worship and serve other gods, I declare to you this very day that you will certainly perish! You will not extend your time in the land you are crossing the Jordan to possess. Today I invoke heaven and earth as witnesses against you that I have set life and death, blessing and curse, before you. Therefore choose life so that you and your descendants may live! I also call on you to love the Lord your God, to obey him and be loyal to him, for he gives you life and enables you to live continually in the land the Lord promised to give to your ancestors Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.” Deuteronomy 30:15-20There is much debate about exactly to interpret the word translated as prince, founder, or originator (ἀρχηγός). The term appears frequently in the Septuagint to refer to heads of clans—hence the translations prince and founder. The term could apply to authors or originators of something, or the “initiator” of something. However, for readers steeped more in biblical Greek than in Greek tradition, the image of leadership would be dominant. Jesus is thus the hero leading the way to the historic goal of achieving eternal life, and as such fulfills the promises and inaugurates the opportunity for the eschatological era of blessing. In the words of other New Testament passages, he is the “firstborn” from the dead, who thereby guarantees life to the rest of his people. Perhaps a great translation of ἀρχηγός is “pioneer,” but modern scholars find “pioneer” to be on the list of icky words (for reasons I am sure you could guess).Believe, Repent, and Then . . . The Messiah's ReturnVerses 15 through 21 sounds quite similar to the speech in chapter 2, so I will not discuss them in detail except for the conspicuous differences. By differences, I do not mean inconsistencies. I mean the two speeches are not identical and we learn some distinct information.As in the prior chapter, Peter tells the Jewish audience that they killed Jesus, their divine king sent by God, yet God raised him from the dead, a fact to which the apostles are witnesses. In chapter 2 Peter points to the audience as witnesses of God's miracles (as opposed to the apostles). But in chapter 3 Peter quickly points out that the audience has now witnessed a miracle. The crowd was familiar with the lame man who was healed, making this charge effective. All in all, the setup of the message in chapter 3 is similar to that of chapter 2.The first distinction, albeit in tone and not theology, is in how Peter addresses the crowd's culpability. In chapter 2, Peter emphasizes the guilt of the crowd. In chapter 3, Peter minimizes (although does not remove) their guilt by highlighting their ignorance.Then just like in chapter 2, Peter then clarifies that Jesus' death was according to scripture. Finally, Peter calls the crowd to repentance.The real difference between the two speeches begins in verse 20. What are the fruits of repentance in chapter 2? “Peter said to them, ‘Repent, and each one of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins, and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit'” (Acts 2:38). Peter also tells them to “Save yourselves from this perverse generation!” (Acts 2:40). In short, the result of repentance is forgiveness of sins, receiving the Holy Spirit, and salvation (which in the context of chapter 2 means avoiding judgment).What are the fruits of repentance in chapter 3? “[S]o that times of refreshing may come from the presence of the Lord, and so that he may send the Messiah appointed for you—that is, Jesus. This one heaven must receive until the time all things are restored, which God declared from times long ago through his holy prophets” (Acts 3:20b-21). Repentance will be followed by “times of refreshing” or what may also be called restoration; and, once sufficient restoration has occurred (“the time all things are restored”) then Jesus will return.This idea of restoration is found throughout the Old Testament prophets. Perhaps the best known passage is in Ezekiel:“‘I will take you from the nations and gather you from all the countries; then I will bring you to your land. I will sprinkle you with pure water, and you will be clean from all your impurities. I will purify you from all your idols. I will give you a new heart, and I will put a new spirit within you. I will remove the heart of stone from your body and give you a heart of flesh. I will put my Spirit within you; I will take the initiative, and you will obey my statutes and carefully observe my regulations. Then you will live in the land I gave to your fathers; you will be my people, and I will be your God. I will save you from all your uncleanness. I will call for the grain and multiply it; I will not bring a famine on you. I will multiply the fruit of the trees and the produce of the fields, so that you will never again suffer the disgrace of famine among the nations. Then you will remember your evil behavior and your deeds that were not good; you will loathe yourselves on account of your sins and your abominable deeds. Ezekiel 36:24-31Jews during Jesus' day and thereafter linked the idea of turning to God with the restoration of Israel. Many Jewish sources show an expectation that Israel would return to God's law in the last days. Often Jewish teachers, particularly in later rabbinic texts, predicated the end's arrival and Israel's restoration as chronologically contingent on Israel's repentance.Summary and ConclusionsWhat does this tell us about the current age? The opportunity to turn to God is now. The good news is going out to all the nations (see verse 25) that the Lord has already raised the firstborn from the dead. Anyone who trusts the “Pioneer of life” shall reach the same destination. And, one day, when all the people of God have turned to Him, Jesus will return to judge, to heal, to restore, and to reign a world that will be filled with love, peace, and joy.The concept of restoration and Jesus' return also prompts a few questions. Peter's speech claiming that heaven would receive Jesus until the period of restoration echoes Psalm 110:1, which Peter quoted in chapter 2. The psalm says:Here is the Lord's proclamation to my lord: “Sit down at my right hand until I make your enemies your footstool.” The Lord extends your dominion from Zion. Rule in the midst of your enemies. Your people willingly follow you when you go into battle. On the holy hills at sunrise the dew of your youth belongs to you. The Lord makes this promise on oath and will not revoke it: “You are an eternal priest after the pattern of Melchizedek.” O Lord, at your right hand he strikes down kings in the day he unleashes his anger. He executes judgment against the nations. He fills the valleys with corpses; he shatters their heads over the vast battlefield. From the stream along the road he drinks; then he lifts up his head. Psalm 110:1b-7So, will all enemies of Christ be defeated and then Jesus will return? Should we expect the church to advance and (peacefully) conquer all the world, every institution, and every person? Will nearly everyone become a follower of Christ? Some believe this. Other passages in scripture have led most Christian throughout history to temper those expectations, with some taking an opposite, extremely negative view of history's arch. But regardless of how we harmonize scripture, the theme of an advancing church (whether ultimately victorious or not) seems inarguable. Many will come to Christ. The enemies of the church will not prevail against the plan of salvation.The second question we might ask is whether Acts 3 (and other texts, such as Romans 11) means that it is the conversion of Jews (not Gentiles) that will trigger the end—the return of Jesus. Many Christians in the United States hold this view today. Often times, although not always, this view includes the belief that national Israel will be restored and blessed before the final judgment. In other words, that Acts 3 is talking specifically about the ethnic nation of Israel. This partially explains why many conservatives in the United States are committed to supporting the nation of Israel. One may also take a passage like Acts 3 and argue that, for example, Peter seems to intentionally omit the more Israel-centric portions of the Old Testament text he cites, and that at the end of chapter 3 Peter again highlights that the promise of salvation is for all nations. Therefore, restoration involves all the people of God—the Church—and not specifically Jews. (Of course, the arguments for the different theological positions look for evidence all over the Bible. I give examples only from the texts we have recently read so as not to derail our conversation.)So far I have avoided these eschatological topics because people feel very strongly about them. Discussion can easily get heated. My intention behind these brief comments is simply to introduce some of the options available.
In this special weekend episode, Duluth News Tribune arts and entertainment reporter Jay Gabler shares his most recent article in his weekly column, "Front Row Seat." Today's topic is: How Iron Range trains helped pioneer GPS. The Duluth News Tribune Minute is a product of Forum Communications Company and is brought to you by reporters at the Duluth News Tribune, Superior Telegram and Cloquet Pine Journal. Find more news throughout the day at duluthnewstribune.com. If you enjoy this podcast, please consider supporting our work with a subscription at duluthnewstribune.news/podcast. Your support allows us to continue providing the local news and content you want.
If We Could Churn Back Time, we might have recorded an episode last week instead of stuff ourselves with food. Instead, we have another supersized episode to match our supersized guts. This week, Hunter is not interested in traditional Pioneer cuisine. Papa the Bear claims to be Heather's best match. We both continue to share our love of Lisa Barlow. We have some new sound equipment, and offer an Icy Apology for the new equipment learning curve. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/therealhousebears/support
In this interview with Leona Cobham, granddaughter of pioneering pilot and aviation advocate, Sir Alan Cobham, we talk about her wonderful middle grade book, Flying Circus Takes to the Skies, which features the adventures of four anthropomorphic vintage aircraft: Spiff, the Spitfire; Vul, the Vulcan; Tom, the Tomcat; and Woody, the Tiger Moth. Leona was inspired to write the book by her experience working with children and her concern over boys becoming ever-more reluctant readers. She created these characters in the hopes that boys would get excited about both reading and aviation history. Her next installment of Airplane Adventures will include a female Nighthawk.The story is well-complemented by line drawings from aviation artist Timothy O'Brien. https://www.timobrienart.co.uk/Leona's book is very thoughtfully available in two English versions - one with British spellings, and one with American, so be sure to select the one appropriate for your young reader. Affiliate links for both can be found on the Literary Aviatrix website:British: https://literaryaviatrix.com/product/aeroplane-adventures-flying-circus-takes-to-the-skies/American: https://literaryaviatrix.com/product/airplane-adventures-flying-circus-takes-to-the-skies/Toward the end of our interview, we talk about Frederick Forsyth's The Shepherd, and the Canadian Broadcast Company's annual broadcast of a 1979 reading done by "Fireside Al" Maitland. If you'd like to join us in the Christmas Eve tradition, here's a link: CBC - As it HappensThanks so much for listening! Stay up to date on book releases, author events, and Aviatrix Book Club discussion dates with the Literary Aviatrix Newsletter. Visit the Literary Aviatrix website to find over 600 books featuring women in aviation in all genres for all ages. Become a Literary Aviatrix Patron and help amplify the voices of women in aviation. Follow me on social media, join the book club, and find all of the things on the Literary Aviatrix linkt.ree. Blue skies, happy reading, and happy listening!-Liz Booker
Actor, Activist and Storyteller Alysia Reiner Interview! Yes it's true — I just joined the Marvel Universe as DODC Agent Deever on the new Disney+ series, Ms. Marvel. You might also know me as Natalie "Fig" Figueroa on ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK (and I won a SAG AWARD as part of the incredible cast!). However, IRL I'm an actress, activist, producer and eco-momma who uses her superpowers for good. But did you know? You can also catch me as Sunny on critically acclaimed, Peabody Award-winning BETTER THINGS on F/X, and Kathryn in the new Starz horror-comedy series, SHINING VALE, alongside Courteney Cox and Greg Kinnear, and Kiki Rains on HBO's THE DEUCE. Also, I both star in & produced the Sundance Film Festival hit, EQUITY, and Tribeca Film Festival favorite EGG, which is 100% fresh on ROTTEN TOMATOES (whaaaaa?!!?). A few other recent adventures include getting naked on BROAD CITY with Abbi and Ilana and going head to head against Annalise on HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER. Damn, I am a lucky girl. But MOST Importantly, I LOOOOVE working as a change maker for women. As an advocate for women's rights and climate change initiatives, I am an ambassador for GDIM, started an eco-fashion initiative, Livari, and just became the first ever eco emissary for zero-waste beauty brand, Izzy. I am also on the Advisory Board of the EARTH DAY INITIATIVE. I have been invited to speak at The White House, The United Nations, Google, Cannes Lion, Women's Media Summit, Collision, and countless film festivals and other events about breaking barriers for women in all fields, specifically the entertainment industry. And to (not so humble) #humblebrag for a sec, I'm really proud to have been awarded the Persistence of Vision Award by the Women's Media Summit, the Sarah Powell Leadership Award by the Women's Prison Association, the MUSE Made In NY Award from The Mayors office & New York Women in Film and TV, the Moves Power Women Award, the Pioneer in Filmmaking Award, the Collaboration Award from the Coalition for Women in the Arts and Media, and, oh please, I don't want to bore you with all of um... OTHER AMAZING THINGS! WAR WORDS The off-broadway show Alysia is currently in Her character in the play has cancer, so she'll likely want to discuss Cancer Support Community (where she is an ambassador), My Cancer Family, and perhaps a few other non-profits in this sector She'll also likely want to use this time to talk about Veterans ! PHILANTHROPIC / ACTIVISM Geena Davis Institute on gender and Media Alysia is on the board - does a great deal of work in this sector ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVISM IZZY BEAUTY Alysia is an eco-emissary and developed two shades of zero-waste lip gloss for them. They also have an exciting collab coming up! EARTH DAY INITIATIVE Alysia serves on the board FOSSIL FUEL TREATY Alysia is an ambassador Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Wizards recently sent waves through the Pioneer and Modern communities with Tuesday's stream announcing upcoming action set to take place on Monday's B&R announcement. So of course like every good content creator we're here to speculate and stir the drama pot about what's about to unfold! Want to support the show? You can find our Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/crew3mtgNRG 5K: https://www.mtggoldfish.com/tournament/nrg-series-5-000-trial-madison-wisconsin-pioneer#paperSouth America RC: https://www.mtggoldfish.com/tournament/south-america-magic-series-regional-championship-final-regional-nov-2023#paperJapan/Korea RC: https://www.mtggoldfish.com/tournament/21champions-cup-final-season-2-round-1#paperCanada II RC: https://www.mtggoldfish.com/tournament/f2f-tour-championship-toronto-round-4-regional-championship#paperMatchup Matrix for Japan/Korea: https://twitter.com/MTGdecks/status/1728793856819220525Matchup Matrix for South America/Canada: https://twitter.com/MTGdecks/status/1729138355714060667Buy a playmat or used our Inked Gaming affiliate link here: https://bit.ly/3aX4hzOWant to keep up with the show? Join our Discord http://discord.gg/h62MXE5raf or follow us on twitter @Crew3podcastWant more Crew3 content? Check out our YouTube channel or watch our weekly streams on Twitch.If you like the show, please share us with your friends and leave a review!
All it took for Gerry to win an RCQ was flying to Boston (and listening to Dave)! They also played the Arena Open, Legacy Showcase, and a Pioneer Challenge. Also, changes are coming to Pioneer and Modern, but what are they? Gerry's RCQ winning decklist: https://x.com/G3RRYT/status/1728558723931812003?s=20 Music: Mega Man 2 "Ending theme" Remix by zookun | Music composed by Manami Matsumae & Takashi Tateishi patreon.com/arenadecklists youtube.com/arenadecklists twitter.com/arenadecklists twitter.com/g3rryt twitter.com/_DaveShiels twitch.tv/gerry_t
In this week's episode of the UnderDog, join us as we delve into the inspiring journey of Rory Rubin, a seasoned management consultant turned founder of S.I. Container Builds, Inc. With over 18 years of expertise, Rory's commitment to sustainable construction and innovative design has reshaped the landscape of eco-friendly dwellings.Rory Rubin, the founder of S.I. Container Builds, Inc., spearheads a company dedicated to crafting sustainable living spaces using recycled shipping containers and environmentally conscious materials. Their structures, tailored for diverse purposes like villages, short-term rentals, affordable housing, and commercial spaces, reflect quality, durability, and resilience against natural elements. Beyond business, Rory is deeply involved in community initiatives related to housing and social justice.Key Takeaways:Career Evolution and Inspirations: Rory's journey from social work to construction was propelled by childhood inspirations rooted in the beauty of architecture. Her journey shows that one can pivot paths and thrive in unanticipated directions.Women in the Industry: As Rory discusses the intersection of architecture, personal growth, and the challenges faced when transitioning careers, she emphasizes the significance of perseverance and self-belief and how women can thrive in male-dominated industries.Women in Construction and Entrepreneurship: In a male-dominated field, Rory emphasizes that women should uplift each other. It includes the pivoting business strategies and the importance of seeking mentorship.Shipping Containers and ADUs: Rory shares insights into the potential of repurposing shipping containers, emphasizing their compliance with building codes. Shipping containers and ADUs have the potential to revolutionize housing.Sustainable Construction and Mental Health Awareness: Rory reflects on personal growth and offers advice while shedding light on initiatives with foundations promoting mental health awareness. S.I. Container Builds works on repurposing containers for healthcare facilities.Listen to this exciting episode. Join us for the conversation! Listen to the full episode here:Apple iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/underdog/id1534385651Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6FbSDu0aNtuxAEiderUAfBWebsite: https://theunderdogshow.comIf you found this story worth your time and made changes in your life, we'd love to hear from you! Subscribe and leave a review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐Catch up with Rory Rubin here:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/roryrubin Website: https://www.sicontainerbuilds.comThe Underdog Podcast host is none other than Pamela Bardhi. She's rocking the Real Estate Realm and has dedicated her life as a Life Coach. She is also in the Forbes Real Estate Council. To know more about Pam, check out the following:Website: https://pamelabardhi.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/pamela_bardhiTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@pamela_bardhiYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@elevatethroughrealestateOur goal is to help you create the life you dream of through real estate. We're giving value-packed masterclasses on our YouTube Channel - Elevate Through Real Estate. Make sure to subscribe. https://www.youtube.com/@elevatethroughrealestate.
On this week's show, The Dive Down breaks down results from a variety of Pioneer RCs that took place in Asia, Latin America, and Canada. Our eyes pop out at some numbers from the new Discover decks, and we check-in on the final NRG Series open of the year. Three regional championships in one weekend, AND an NRG Series open? Yes please! Shane, Devon, and Stan chat about results from the latest batch of high level Pioneer play, and focus on the best and worst performing decks internationally. Discover had some... frightning results. But Phoenix has once again rose from the ashes. Who knew instant speed removal can be good? Then we wrap up with a check-in on the Modern Open results from NRG Madison. Become a citizen of The Dive Down Nation!: http://www.patreon.com/thedivedown Show the world that you're a proud citizen of The Dive Down Nation with some merch from the store: https://www.thedivedown.com/store Upgrade your gameplay and your gameday with Heavy Play accessories. Use code THEDIVEDOWN2023 for 10% off your first order at https://www.heavyplay.com Check out our sponsor Barrister and Mann! https://www.barristerandmann.com/ Use coupon code THEDIVEDOWN23 for 15% off your first order of some incredible fragrances, soaps, beard oils, and more. Get 10% off your first 2 months of ManaTraders! https://www.manatraders.com/?medium=thedivedown and use coupon code THEDIVEDOWN23 And now receive 8% off your order of paper cards from Nerd Rage Gaming with code DIVE8 at https://www.nerdragegaming.com/ Timestamps: 7:02 - Devon talks Heavy Play 8:12 - This week's show 10:56 - The Break Down begins - Pioneer Regional Championships! 13:56 - The Japan/Korea RC 34:03 - The South America RC 41:16 - Some combined data 44:05 - The Canada RC 51:12 - What do we know about Pioneer now? 1:03:04 - Stan speaks 1:05:00 - The NRG Madison Modern 10k 1:24:33 - The NRG leaderboard update 1:28:00 - Wrapping up Links from this week's episode: Japan & Korea Regional Championship https://mtgmeta.io/tournaments/17934 https://melee.gg/tournament/view/15433 South America RC https://mtgmeta.io/tournaments/17939 https://melee.gg/Tournament/View/39553 Canada RC https://melee.gg/Tournament/View/17096 NRG Madison Modern Open: https://melee.gg/Tournament/View/15654 Our opening music is Nowhere - You Never Knew, and our closing music is Space Blood - Goro? Is That Your Christian Name? email us: firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com) twitter: https://twitter.com/thedivedown
In this episode of the Indiana Pioneer Agronomy podcast, hosts Brian Shrader and Carl Joern provide an overview of harvest data in Indiana as harvest wraps up. They also discuss making agronomic decisions and what goes into selecting the right seed for your acres. They also provide the final update for the 2023 Pioneer Hybrid Draft. Hybrid draft data took into consideration over 200 plots across the state. The winning hybrid was Pioneer® brand P1742Q corn.Resources2023 Hybrid Draft podcast episode: https://pioneer-agronomy-indiana.simplecast.com/episodes/pioneer-hybrid-draft-2023In-season Hybrid Draft update: https://pioneer-agronomy-indiana.simplecast.com/episodes/bye-week-standings-and-hybrid-draft-update
After nearly nine years as a member of the Elyria Board of Education, President Greg Elek is stepping down at the end of this year after deciding not to seek re-election last November. Greg has been a key leader in decisions that have changed the face of the school district and of the community--most notably the building of all new schools and a new stadium in Elyria. We caught up with Greg on Petey Podcast to chat about his time on the Board and some of his most memorable moments. Thank you, Greg, for your dedicated service to Elyria Schools and to the community of Elyria. You will be missed!It's a great day to be a Pioneer! Thanks for listening. Find Elyria Schools on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube!
The restaurant business is notoriously competitive and often propelled by passing fads. But, first at the helm of Au Bon Pain, and then as the founder of Panera Bread, Ron Shaich managed to create an entirely new category of dining between fast food and table service and then dominate that market in the United States. He says the strategies that brought him success can be applied in any type of organization: listen to and observe customers so you know what they want, create a truly differentiated offering, execute with excellence, and find the right opportunities to grow. He's employed this playbook as an investor in newer ventures like Cava and Tatte, as well. Shaich wrote the book Know What Matters: Lessons from a Lifetime of Transformations.
We're very excited to welcome our guest speaker today. Founder of Franco Mobile Homes, Franco Perez is reimagining what a mobile home can be through beautiful modern designs at a fraction of traditional home costs. Motivated by his own experience of lacking affordable options, Franco Perez is working to change perceptions of mobile home living through high-quality communities and homes. Franco's journey is nothing short of inspiring, and in this conversation, we unravel the stories that shaped him to make the dream of homeownership a reality for more families. Get ready to be motivated, enlightened, and entertained as we explore the fascinating world of Revolutionizing Affordable Housing. Things we discussed in this episode: Franco Perez shares his journey from struggling renter to mobile home innovator. He rebuilds old "trailer trash" homes into beautiful 2000 sq ft modern structures. Mobile homes provide a more affordable path to homeownership than traditional homes. Franco compares the costs of mobile homes, apartments, and single-family homes. He addresses myths that mobile homes always depreciate and shares appreciation data. NIMBYism is overcome through education on quality communities and success stories. Partnerships with park owners and new mobile home developments are discussed. Legal considerations for mobile home buyers including land leases are covered. Franco emphasizes making homeownership accessible for middle-income families. Virtual community tours on Franco's YouTube channel Franco.tv are recommended. Get in touch with Franco: Website - www.franco.tv TikTok - @mobilehomeexpert Email - firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram - francosiliconvalley YouTube - @francomobilehomes Join Jason Muth of Straightforward Short-Term Rentals and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast! #realestatepodcast #nexthome #humansoverhouses #realestate #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestatelaw #realestateagent #socialmedia #realestatemarketing #AffordableHousing #MobileHomes #ManufacturedHousing #MobileHomeRenovations #CommunityDevelopment #WealthBuilding #FinancialLiteracy Follow us! Following and subscribing to The Real Estate Law Podcast not only ensures that you'll get instant updates whenever we release a new episode, but it also helps us reach more people who could benefit from the valuable content that we provide. The Real Estate Law Podcast on Instagram and YouTube NextHome Titletown Real Estate on Facebook and LinkedIn Straightforward Short-Term Rentals on Instagram Attorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn Jason Muth on LinkedIn Help us Spread the Word If you've found our podcast helpful, entertaining, or informative, please consider leaving us a rating and review. It only takes a minute and can make a huge difference in helping us reach more listeners. Hospitality.FM The Real Estate Law Podcast is part of Hospitality.FM, a podcast network dedicated to bringing the best hospitality-focused podcasts to those in and around the industry, from Food + Beverage, Guest Experience, Diversity & Inclusion, Tech, Operations, Hotels, Vacation Rentals, Real Estate Law, and so much more!
The historic St. George Utah Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the Church's longest-operating house of the Lord. Originally dedicated on April 6, 1877, and rededicated on Nov. 11, 1975, the temple is set to be rededicated again after extensive renovations. President Jeffrey R. Holland, Acting President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, will rededicate the edifice on Dec. 10. President Holland is a native of southern Utah who was married in the St. George Utah Temple. This episode of the Church News podcast features Matthew C. Godfrey, senior managing historian for outreach and engagement in the Church History Department, discussing how the temple in St. George has changed the lives of generations of Latter-day Saints and how the most recent maintenance of the temple will continue to point its patrons toward Jesus Christ. The Church News Podcast is a weekly podcast that invites listeners to make a journey of connection with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the globe. Host Sarah Jane Weaver, reporter and editor for The Church News for a quarter-century, shares a unique view of the stories, events, and most important people who form this international faith. With each episode, listeners are asked to embark on a journey to learn from one another and ponder, “What do I know now?” because of the experience. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mon, 27 Nov 2023 08:52:32 +0000 https://www.thepioneer.de/originals/thepioneer-briefing-business-class-edition/podcasts/warum-streiken-die-lokfuehrer-wieder-herr-weselsky 6b4624eabc300bfef8b70a9d86380781 Gabor Steingart präsentiert das Pioneer Briefing Im Interview: Claus Weselsky, der Vorsitzende der Lokführergewerkschaft GDL, spricht mit Gabor Steingart über den angekündigten Lokführerstreik und wie sicher für Bahnkunden der verkündete “Weihnachtsfrieden” ist. Die gesammelten Irrtümer von Olaf Scholz. The Pioneer Remote Control: Talkshow-Update von “Anne Will”. Börsenreporterin Anne Schwedt zieht Bilanz nach dem “Black Friday” und weist auf die wichtigsten Ereignisse der vor uns liegenden Börsenwoche hin. Vor 50 Jahren: Autofreie Sonntage verwandeln Deutschland in eine Fußgängerzone. Die große Joboffensive von The Pioneer für 2024! Hier geht es zu den Jobangeboten! 2460 full Gabor Steingart präsentiert das Pioneer Briefing no Gabor Steingart
It's been an exciting time in Pioneer since Lost Caverns of Ixalan was released. The format has seen new decks, new cards, and new strategies pop up all over the place. Aside from doing our usual brew episode, we added in a deep discussion on two of the best new decks this season: Explore Combo and Discover Combo. The decks seem like they are here to stay and we wanted to talk about the current iterations and where they go from here. We also talked about which cards from our set review panned out, and which ones ended up disappointing us. If you want to skip ahead to the brews at the end, we talk about a new version of Ensoul Artifact, Dinosaurs, Vampires, and Dredge! Be sure to stop by our Discord later to share your own brews and to talk about the decks we went over in this week's episode! Our Discord: https://discord.gg/SBRF8DH Our Twitter: https://twitter.com/MtgPioneer You can find our other episodes on the Untap Leagues website as well! https://untapleagues.com/author/the-first-pioneers/
In this episode, Jermaine Andre, Martial Arts Hall of Fame Inductee, 2x World Champion, UFC Vet, 5x US Champion, Author, Teacher, Mentor and a Pioneer in MMA, joins us to share his story of overcoming challenges and confronting fear.
In this illuminating episode, join us as we dive into the transformative journey of Shannon Stevenson, a former model turned real estate investor and the visionary CEO of Vivo Health Solutions. Shannon takes us through her remarkable evolution from the glamorous world of modeling to the dynamic realm of real estate, all while embracing a profound passion for health and vitality. Discover the secrets behind Vivo Health Solutions, a cutting-edge venture specializing in reverse aging and hormone replacements. Shannon Stevenson unpacks the science and philosophy behind their approach to unlocking the fountain of youth, exploring innovative solutions for optimal health and well-being. From the significance of hormone balance to the role of lifestyle choices in defying age, Shannon shares invaluable insights and practical tips for listeners keen on enhancing their health journey. Whether you're intrigued by the science of aging or seeking actionable steps towards a healthier life, this episode offers a unique blend of expertise, experience, and inspiration. Join us as we unravel the mysteries of reverse aging with Shannon Stevenson, shedding light on the transformative power of prioritizing health in our pursuit of a vibrant and fulfilling life. It's time to embrace a new era of well-being, and Shannon is here to guide us every step of the way. Impact Health Quote: https://www1.impacthealthsharing.com/?referral_id=04076059
Minter Dialogue with Dan Egan Dan Egan is the world-renowned skier and pioneer of extreme sports. He is known for skiing the most remote regions of the world, and has been named one of the most influential skiers of our time. He has been a central feature, along with his brother, in a number of amazing Warren Miller films, including "Born to Ski," "Vertical Reality," and "Future Retro." Dan's also the author of the book, "Thirty Years in a White Haze: Dan Egan's Story of Worldwide Adventure and the Evolution of Extreme Skiing." In this conversation, we discuss his upbringing, some of his feats and experiences, including how he spent 38 hours trapped 17,000ft high in Russia, how he balances adventure, risk and safety, the nature of flow, the battle of freestyle to gain legitimacy, and much more. If you've got comments or questions you'd like to see answered, send your email or audio file to email@example.com; or you can find the show notes and comment on minterdial.com. If you liked the podcast, please take a moment to rate/review the show on RateThisPodcast. Otherwise, you can find me @mdial on Twitter.
Pioneer for the vaccine injured, Brianne Dressen, co-chair of React19, discusses a new study aimed at solving the mystery around the massive amount of people injured by the COVID-19 vaccine. Teaming up with the University of Maryland, Baltimore, this completely anonymous study will survey those injured by the vaccine, hoping to find mechanisms of the myriad of injuries post vaccination, and more importantly, potential treatments and cures for those affected. Find out how you can make a difference by joining the study today.
Jake Stahl, Fractional Chief Learning Officer, Conversational Learning Dynamics Pioneer Jakestahlconsulting.com Show Notes **About The Guest(s):** Jake Stahl is a fractional Chief Learning Officer and a pioneer in conversational dynamics. With over 30 years of experience in training and development, Jake has impacted over 10,000 individuals across six countries. He helps companies develop onboarding programs for sales representatives and teaches them how to have better conversations with customers. **Summary:** Jake Stahl, a fractional Chief Learning Officer, joins Chris Voss on The Chris Voss Show to discuss the importance of meaningful conversations in the sales process. Jake emphasizes the significance of establishing a cadence and rhythm in conversations, rather than focusing solely on content. He introduces the "2-10 rule," which suggests that for every two minutes of conversation, there should be an interaction or check for understanding. Jake also highlights the power of using the word "because" in communication to increase compliance. **Key Takeaways:** - Establishing a cadence and rhythm in conversations is crucial for building rapport and trust. - The "2-10 rule" suggests that for every two minutes of conversation, there should be an interaction or check for understanding. - Using the word "because" in communication can significantly increase compliance. **Quotes:** - "The cadence is far more important than content." - "The word 'because' can dramatically change the compliance of the person on the other end of the phone." - "We're just trying to be human again." Biography Jake is a pioneer in conversational dynamics and a highly regarded fractional Chief Learning Officer. He is revolutionizing sales through his 'Adaptive Conversational Blueprint,' turning sales professionals into relational architects capable of forging profound connections with prospects. Integral to his approach is the 2/10 Rule, which challenges traditional perspectives on conversation and emphasizes the importance of rhythm and cadence. With a rich background spanning 30 years, Jake has shared his expertise in training and development across six countries, impacting over 10,000 individuals. A master mason and father of four, Jake seamlessly blends practical experience and insightful wisdom in his pursuit of the perfect conversation and empowers businesses through masterful conversations.
What is the true spirit behind Thanksgiving? We see this clearly in Christ Jesus as the First Pioneer of the faith, to bring many sons and daughters to God. *** Welcome to Celebrating God's Grace, A Women World Leader's Podcast, I'm your host Robin Kirby-Gatto. Thank you for joining us today as we celebrate God's grace, in our lives, in our ministry, and around the world. Today's Title: Thanksgiving Eternal In seeking God on what to share today, He continually put on my heart to read the blog He had me write Thanksgiving Day of 2010. I pray this blesses you with the true spirit behind Thanksgiving. 9 “But we are able to see Jesus, Who was ranked lower than the angels for a little while, crowned with glory and honor because of His having suffered death, in order that by the grace (unmerited favor) of God [to us sinners] He might experience death for every individual person. 10For it was an act worthy [of God] and fitting [to the divine nature] that He, for Whose sake and by Whom all things have their existence, in bringing many sons into glory, should make the Pioneer of their salvation perfect [should bring to maturity the human experience necessary to be perfectly equipped for His office as High Priest] through suffering. 11For both He Who sanctifies [making men holy] and those who are sanctified all have one [Father]. For this reason He is not ashamed to call them brethren;” Hebrews 2:9-11 AMPC I woke up this morning, late of course, because we drove around 13-14 hours to get to my in-laws for Thanksgiving in Virginia. Having stayed up late to fellowship and talk with my father and mother-in-law I went to bed exhausted and ready for a full rest. I woke up this morning recouping from the long drive yesterday and the long day and night. Grabbing a cup of coffee, greeting my husband and son with a Thanksgiving Day salutation, I then dove into The Word to eat my first Thanksgiving Meal!!! Jesus!!!! Holy Spirit led me to Hebrews, and I simply started with Chapter 1 of the book of Hebrews and continued to devour and sink into the rest of the book, compelled to throw myself at the feet of My Lover, the One who is altogether beautiful and worthy of my devotion, Jesus!! As I read Hebrews beginning with the establishment of the person of Jesus, and the sacrifice He came to make for man in order to bring forth God's new covenant of redemption and cleansing of sin once and for all I could not help but to consider Thanksgiving and what the meaning of this Holiday entails. Thanksgiving has been a season for me to fellowship with people I love and enjoy a time of gathering from long distances in order to bring about a sweet fellowship where we share joys, trials, overcoming victories, hopes, dreams and God's work in our lives. It is a time to commune with our family and friends to edify and encourage each other, all the while thinking that it would be so nice if we had these meetings more often. However, due to the great distance (13- 14 hours drive) between us, work, meetings, schedules and commitments coming together like that is not as frequent. This year we have been blessed to visit my husband's family four times. In digesting all of these elements during the Thanksgiving Holiday and during my bible study this morning I felt as if I was sitting inside of the book of Hebrews, if that were possible. While reading scripture after scripture and seeing the beautiful transition of God closing out the old covenant only to bring in His New and Better Covenant with man, all I could see was the first Pioneer, who went before us to a heavenly Kingdom, one that we reach as a result of Christ. And I could identify with the Thanksgiving we celebrate here in America and the one that we continually celebrate daily in our hearts and spirits for our heavenly home, our glorious home, where eternity has been placed in our heart. While thinking upon this I realize that through Jesus' sacrifice each and every person has the opportunity to follow Him into the New Land, the Heavenly Kingdom, where Jesus and God are the Light, they are the Temple! Seeing Jesus, being our High Priest, making intercession for us and entering the Most Holy place in heaven to offer His own blood as atonement for our sins I realize how that is truly Thanks Giving Eternal!!! Jesus only had to enter one time into the Most Holy place to atone for sins!!! Then He sat down at the right hand of the Father until His enemies are made His footstool. I stand amazed and overwhelmed at the simplicity of God's Gospel, yet the depth to which it flows!!! It is Christ giving up everything!!! Giving up His throne even for a little while to be made even lower than the angels when He stepped upon this earth to carry out His duties, His oath to the Father!! It was God Himself, coming through Christ, to bring us forth into our land, our home, where we would be with God eternally!!! The simplicity of God's Love that rings throughout the obedience of Christ Jesus' sacrifice for mankind is easy to see. It is LOVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! God's love that could not be without us, unconnected to His glorious jewels, His treasures that bring Him such satisfaction and pleasure! I'm reminded of the image the Holy Spirit gave me years ago regarding my own son, Matthew. I have two sons, Christopher and Matthew Kirby. During the time God gave me the image; Matthew was still young, only six years old. He still depended a lot on me to help him with daily activities, such as preparing his meals, putting bandages on injuries, supplying much love and support, etc. Then God asked me “how would you feel, if all of a sudden Matthew could not see you or hear you?” Moreover, I would have to watch Matthew go through the torture of looking for me only to never find me and not ever being able to hold him and assure him of my love, a mother's love. I thought about the idea and pictured such an occurrence. It was frightful and disconcerting if not even tormenting to see the reality of such a thing. I responded to God, that I couldn't live like that because it would be utterly too painful to go through and watch. God showed me how it was no different for Him. God completely loves us and desires to be there to provide for us every step of the way. He desires to wrap His loving arms around us and bring us to Himself! Moreover, He longs for us to live with Him eternally! The image is such a picture of God's love, His divine devotion and longing to have His children right there with Him! As I see this in the picture of Jesus, who shows us the Father's face, I see how the utter abandonment of His place in glory to come into earth as an infant, so dependent on care, completely helpless at a young age, having to be fed and clothed by Mary was a demonstration of the complete trust God has in His love in us, too! The Father could not be without us; neither could Jesus or Holy Spirit because from the beginning, man was made in the Image of God (Father, Son and Holy Spirit)! He made us in His image and to be without us, He would be grieved, too. Jesus, coming forth, in complete obedience to complete His Father's will brought us back into communion with the Father. The obedience of Christ unto salvation brought us into our land, into our position, into our home!! Jesus was the first Pioneer!!!! JESUS WAS THE FIRST PIONEER!!! THE PIONEER OF OUR SALVATION!!!! BRINGING MANY SONS TO GLORY!!!!! FOR THAT I HAVE THANKSGIVING ETERNAL!!! GIVING THANKS CONTINUALLY TO CHRIST JESUS, THE AUTHOR AND FINISHER OF OUR FAITH!!!!! Thanks for listening to Women World Leaders podcast! Join us each Monday, Wednesday and Friday as we explore together God's extravagant love and your courageous purpose. Visit our website at www.womenworldleaders.com to submit a prayer request, register for an upcoming event, and support the ministry. From His heart to yours, we are Women World Leaders. 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Wow, just barely even released and Ixalan has added not just new exciting updates to existing strategies, but also making a big splash with two brand new combo decks! Will these new strategies become the dominant force in Pioneer? How do you beat the Discover Variants? Should we be worried? Chris and Ruckman are here to share their thoughts and explain why everything is going to be OK.Friday Challenge: https://www.mtggoldfish.com/tournament/pioneer-challenge-64-2023-11-17#paperSaturday Challenge: https://www.mtggoldfish.com/tournament/pioneer-challenge-96-2023-11-18#paperSunday Showcase: https://www.mtggoldfish.com/tournament/pioneer-showcase-challenge-2023-11-19#paper Want to support the show? You can find our Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/crew3mtgBuy a playmat or used our Inked Gaming affiliate link here: https://bit.ly/3aX4hzOWant to keep up with the show? Join our Discord http://discord.gg/h62MXE5raf or follow us on twitter @Crew3podcastWant more Crew3 content? Check out our YouTube channel or watch our weekly streams on Twitch.If you like the show, please share us with your friends and leave a review!