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John, Tom and Dr. J discuss with Jason Baron, formerly of NARA, Professor of the Practice at the University of Maryland, College of Information Studies about his paper which will be published by ACM regarding using TAR techniques for FOIA, particularly to find "deliberative process" exemptions.
David serves as Young Adults Director at Watermark Community Church, where he leads The Porch – a ministry that takes place every Tuesday night for thousands of young adults in their 20s and 30s. He is passionate about the next generation, believing young adults are crucial in their influence and limitless when it comes to their potential impact on our world. David received his Master's Degree in Biblical Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary and has been on staff at Watermark for eleven years helping lead, teach and build into the next generation of young adults and college students. In addition to his role in vocational ministry, his first priority is serving as husband to Calli and dad to his son Crew and daughter Monroe. Calli is his partner in ministry, a licensed counselor, and daily example of godly living. David currently resides with his family in Dallas, TX. Support the podcast through Patreon Join our mailing list Check out our website Resources: We're All Freaking Out (and Why We Don't Need To) by David Marvin What if _? Then I would _. But God _. David is reading She Calls Me Daddy by Robert Wolgemuth, watching Ted Lasso, and listening to The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry by John Mark Comer. He is being refreshed by his kids. Noteworthy quotes: “...Paul is saying don't meditate-- don't choose to dwell on and meditate-- on fearful and anxious thoughts.” - 11:11 “All I'm trying to do is trace the pathways towards peace that God has already given us.” - 12:15 “Two words fuel a lot of our anxiety; it's a question of ‘what if.' “ - 23:22 “We fight [anxiety] day by day, trusting and leaning and embracing the promises of God and holding on to truth.” - 29:24 Questions for consideration: Do you struggle with meditating on anxious thoughts? Think back to where those thoughts could stem from and expose the lies you could be telling yourself. What “what ifs” trigger your anxiety? Use the formula in the resources section to answer those what ifs and face them.
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Back in 2018 at a Coffee Fest in Baltimore I had the pleasure of meeting and interviewing Stephen Zinnerman, owner and founder of (along with his wife Natasha) The Coffee Enthusiast: A Brewing Company (TCE). Back when we first met on the show floor, he was just starting TCE and since then they have experienced A LOT of growth both in their family and in the business, especially on the roasting side. Through the challenges, late nights, iterations, and lots of giving and receiving from the specialty coffee community TCE has emerged as a known and established industry presence that promotes connection and great coffee experiences. On top of running TCE Stephen has recently joined the roasting team at Counter Culture Coffee and is also a board member of The Coffee Coalition for Racial Equity Stephen's background outside of coffee is higher education, where he has worked for over 10 years in different areas, from University Housing to Environmental Research & Education. He is a graduate student, studying Environmental Policy & Management with a concentration in Environmental Sustainability. Stephen is one of the most dedicated, hardworking, and (not surprisingly) enthusiastic people you can meet and it has been a pleasure to follow his progress over the years and now to get to have this conversation exploring his journey 3 years later. In this interview we discuss: Starting small and getting feedback Beginning to focus on roasting Learning to listen and serve Creating something to give his kids Continuing to learn and invest in yourself Taking action as an individual Showing appreciation Taking on a commercial coffee roasting position while running TCE The hard work of commercial roasting Advice on how to learn and grow Links: www.tcecoffee.com TCE on Instagram Related Episodes: 079 : Interviews from Coffee Fest Baltimore (First interview w/ Stephen) 149 : Celina Velez, Head Roaster of Merit Coffee in Austin, TX 180 : A Conversation with Rugid Grind Founders, Brian Washington and Averett Barksdale Blog: Who we are and What we do 233 : A Conversation w/ Anthony Ragler, Black and White 232 : Founder Friday w/ Blew Kind of Fanny Lou's Porch Visit our amazing Sponsors! www.prima-coffee.com/keys www.pacficfoodservice.com www.coffeefest.com
Holiday package thieves are a real problem and delivered goods will be priced higher than picked up merchandise. Clark discusses the advantages of “click & collect” and Amazon lockers / In modern media, the traditional wall that separates advertising from content has broken down in every format & platform. A con artist posing as a Texas financial radio host stole millions from listeners. It's vital to know what's going on behind the curtain. Paid media is everywhere. Clark discusses what to watch out for when consuming radio, TV, newspapers & periodicals, websites, social media et al. Ask Clark topics include: What Is a Fiduciary Financial Advisor and Do I Need One? / Mean Reversion Definition - Investopedia / How To Sell, Cancel or Get Rid of Your Timeshare / Should I Pay Off Debt, Save Money or Invest? / Should I Pay Off My Mortgage Before I Retire? Want more money advice? Sign up for Clark's free daily newsletter! Free Advice: Clark's Consumer Action Center Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today we're talking with David Marvin, director of the Porch at Watermark Church. David has written a book, "We're All Freaking Out (and Why We Don't Need To)," which aims to provide a Biblical way for Christians to deal with anxiety and depression. We discuss why Millennials seem to be so widely affected by anxiety, and David offers advice and solutions for people struggling with those feelings, explained from a Biblical perspective. David also shares his own personal experience with anxiety and how faith helped him through it. --- Today's Sponsors: Annie's Kit Clubs helps encourage your little scientist with their latest subscription, Genius Box. Each month your curious kids will get a new box bursting with 3 hands-on activities to explore an exciting STEM theme. Go to AnniesKitClubs.com/ALLIE & save 50% on your first box! Hunter Douglas helps you stay perfectly at ease in comfort & style with their innovative window shade designs, gorgeous fabrics, & control systems so advanced they can be scheduled to automatically adjust to their optimal position throughout the day. Go to HunterDouglas.com/ALLIE & take advantage of the Season of Style rebate savings event! Good Ranchers exists to support local American farms that help you make great American meals for your family. They're here to put America FIRST at the dinner table! Go to GoodRanchers.com/ALLIE right now & you'll get 10 FREE bistro filet medallions with your order. Or, better yet, subscribe & save $25 on each box of mouth-watering American meats for life! --- Buy Allie's book, You're Not Enough (& That's Okay): Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-Love: https://alliebethstuckey.com/book Relatable merchandise: https://shop.blazemedia.com/collections/allie-stuckey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Merrick Porchéddu is the founder and CEO of Artist Uprising™, which bridges the gap between creatives and commerce. An experienced entrepreneur and graduate of Belmont University's College of Music Business, Porchéddu and her company connect artists to businesses and vice versa.Merrick and I discuss pivoting from a technology app to a service-based business, NFTs, and the Impact of Organizing Dallas' First Digital Art Event."Artists need money. Businesses need creativity. The relationship is a must, and we are here to be the handshake and the resource channel for the magic to happen for both sides," Porchéddu says. www.artistuprising.com STUDIO: www.artistuprisingstudios.comCREATIVE AGENCY: www.belmontcreative.co Host, Earlina Green Hamilton
Whenever someone hurts or mistreats you, Jesus says you should drop the F-bomb on ‘em. Wait. Not that F-bomb, though. This is a powerful series about dropping the F-bomb of “forgiveness” on your family, your friends, and even your enemies. BOOM!! #MoFBomb
Beating cynicism during the holidays, plus more on taming the anxiety monster, and when is it time to change your career? Featured musical artist: Mosaic MSC Roundtable: Don't Be a Grinch The holiday season can be a lot of fun, but it's also a time when negativity and depression unexpectedly creep in. Between stress, discouragement, unmet expectations and other pressures, it's easy to get angry and overwhelmed. Our guests admit their struggles with cynicism during the holidays, but have ultimately found ways to reframe their perspectives and infuse the season with peace and joy. Culture: Peace in an Anxious World (Part 2) Anxiety in today's world is at an all-time high — especially among young adults. Whether money, work, relationships or the future, there's always something to worry about. Is there a way to find calm in the storm? Pastor David Marvin is one of the leaders of The Porch — the largest church gathering of young adults in the U.S. — and he's passionate about finding peace and helping others do the same. In part two of our conversation, he shares what Scripture says about beating anxiety and how to overcome it in the areas of dating, career and money. Inbox: Time to Change Careers? She's working a stressful job as a nurse, and thinks it might be time to pull the plug. But how much should job stress be a factor in whether or not to change your career? Are there other options? Counselor Easton Coleman weighs in.
In this Real Estate News Brief for the week ending November 6th, 2021… why it's a “banner year” for homeseller profits, how much an ADU will increase your home value, and which states are attracting the most newcomers.Hi, I'm Kathy Fettke and this is Real Estate News for Investors. If you like our podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review.Economic NewsWe begin with economic news from this past week. The Federal Reserve has announced its “taper timetable.” The Fed is currently buying Treasurys and mortgage-backed securities at a rate of $120 billion a month an economic stimulus. It now plans to reduce that amount by $15 billion per month in November and December, with similar reductions expected next year. If there's no adjustment to the pace of reductions, the tapering process would be complete by mid-2022. Although the Fed believes the economy is strong enough to begin the taper, Fed chief Jerome Powell says: “We don't think it's time yet to raise interest rates.” (1)The jobless rate dipped again this last week. There were only 269,000 initial claims for state benefits and 2.1 million continuing claims. Altogether, 2.67 million people are collecting either state or federal benefits. Before the pandemic, there were just under 2 million people getting unemployment checks. (2)Construction spending was down slightly in September, compared to August. The census bureau says it was down about a half a percent, with a bigger drop for single-family homes. But compared to September of last year, it's up almost 20%. The National Association of Home Builders blames the dip on supply chain issues, higher material coasts, and the labor shortage. (3)That pullback isn't helping the inventory problem. HouseCanary says it dropped close to record lows in September. And it expects the situation to get worse as we head into the next year. Higher home prices are contributing to the problem as fewer less expensive homes are put up for sale. (4) According to the St. Louis Fed, the nation had 6.5 months of supply in August. That dropped to 5.7 months of supply in September. (6)Meanwhile, the homeownership rate hasn't changed over the last quarter. It's still at 65.4%, which is down from a high of 67.9% in the second quarter of last year. If you determine homeownership by age, it's highest for people over age 65 at about 80%. Regionally, the Midwest is the highest at about 71%. (7)Mortgage RatesMortgage rates are backing off a bit from a recent rise. Freddie Mac says the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage was down 5 basis points to 3.09%. The 15-year was down 2 points to 2.45%. (8)In other news making headlines…New High for Homeseller ProfitsHome sellers are realizing some big gains. ATTOM Data Solutions says they are getting almost 50% more than they paid for the home, or about $100,000. That's for a median-priced single-family home or condo. In the second quarter of this year, sellers typically gained about $89,000. (9)ATTOM's chief product officer, Todd Teta, says: “The third quarter of this year marked another period in a banner year for a housing market boom that's steaming ahead through its 10th year.” He says: “For now, the market engine seems to have nothing but high-octane gas in the tank.”ADUs Add Big Value to HomesADUs can also add a lot of value to your home. According to Porch.com. An accessory dwelling unit can add an average 35% onto the sale price. In some cities, such as Savannah, Georgia and Cleveland, Ohio, it can “double” the sale price. (10)They can also generate passive income as rentals, but they are not cheap to build. The Porch.com study says the average cost of an ADU is $180,000. There are about 1.4 million of them in the U.S., according to 2019 information.States Attracting the Most ResidentsA new study on resident migration shows that Florida is the top destination for people looking to move to another state. The LendingTree analysis looked at mortgage loan data for the last year-and-a-half to identify pandemic migration patterns. The researchers say: “The Sunshine State has a long history of bringing in visitors and new residents, particularly retirees, thanks to a mix of affordable housing, no state income tax, and sunny weather.” (11)The analysis also found that Texas has the highest number of people moving “within” the state. Oklahoma and Florida were close behind Texas, while New York had the highest number of people fleeing the state. That's it for today. Check the show notes for links. And please remember to hit the subscribe button, and leave a review!You can also join RealWealth for free at newsforinvestors.com. As a member, you have access to the Investor Portal where you can view sample property pro-formas and connect with our network of resources, including experienced investment counselors, property teams, lenders, 1031 exchange facilitators, attorneys, CPAs and more.Thanks for listening. I'm Kathy Fettke.Link: for newsforinvestors.com - https://join.realwealth.com/?utm_content=Real%20Estate%20News%20Podcast&utm_campaign=Join%20for%20Free&utm_term=Description%20Text%20LinkLinks:1 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/fed-slows-down-bond-buying-says-factors-boosting-inflation-are-expected-to-be-transitory-11635962420?mod=mw_latestnews2 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/u-s-jobless-claims-drop-to-pandemic-low-of-269-000-as-firms-avoid-layoffs-during-labor-shortage-11636029426?mod=economic-report3 -http://www.mortgagenewsdaily.com/11022021_construction_spending.asp4 -https://dsnews.com/daily-dose/11-04-2021/october-saw-net-new-inventory-levels-drop-once-again5 -https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/MSACSR6 -http://www.mortgagenewsdaily.com/11032021_homeownership.asp7 -http://www.mortgagenewsdaily.com/11032021_homeownership.asp8 -http://www.freddiemac.com/pmms/9 -https://magazine.realtor/daily-news/2021/11/04/home-sale-profit-margins-hit-10-year-high10 -https://magazine.realtor/daily-news/2021/11/04/study-adus-can-add-35-to-home-s-value11 -https://magazine.realtor/daily-news/2021/11/03/states-with-the-fewest-outgoing-residents
On this episode of the Church Leadership Podcast, John McGee is joined in the studio by David Marvin, Young Adults Director at Watermark and leader at The Porch. Together they discuss anxiety and what leaders need to know to step into conversations on the topic. For show notes and more, visit https://www.watermarkresources.com/clp/8715-freedom-from-anxiety
Back after another brief hiatus (this one was the result of BOTH of our schedules) we are back with another episode and another horror-filled update from Rattlesnake Ranch. Probably consistent with a Halloween theme, we discuss snakes, disasters...and the thing that was found under the stairs...
In praise of game nights, plus taming the anxiety monster, and do mental health struggles mean you're not ready to date? Featured musical artist: Nathan Tasker Roundtable: How to Host a Game Night Playing games can deepen friendships, create fun memories and brighten an otherwise ho-hum week. We brought in a panel of guests who've hosted friends for party games, strategy games, card games and more. They'll give a few of their favorite game recommendations, plus tips on how to invite and include friends in the fun, what food to serve, and how to please both the competitive and casual game-players in your midst. Culture: Peace in an Anxious World (Part 1) Anxiety in today's world is at an all-time high — especially among young adults. Whether money, work, relationships or the future, there's always something to worry about. Is there a way to find calm in the storm? Pastor David Marvin is one of the leaders of The Porch — the largest church gathering of young adults in the U.S. — and he's passionate about finding peace and helping others do the same. In part one of our conversation, he shares how we got so anxious, why some things seem scarier than others, and yes, why he even dreaded his own honeymoon. Inbox: Dating With Mental Health Struggles She wants to date but is struggling with her mental health. Since the fight may never stop, will it disqualify her from ever being in a serious relationship? Counselor Jenny Coffey weighs in.
On today's show we talked about a lady who got arrested for pulling a gun on a kid for Trick or Treating. We got through a Wednesday with a round of Just Bitchin' and a male Karen you have to hear to believe.
Segment 1 - Life Segment 2 - Green Horn - Mike Davey Boy vs Steven Regal https://youtu.be/ylXjzIxZwHo Social Segment 3 - Strong Style - Cookie Top 4 Eddie vs DDP https://youtu.be/2WBloNlkJ4U Cookie Count Segment 4 - The High Spot - Tolbert Buff Bagwell vs David Flair https://youtu.be/va_uzUWLawY HighKu Segment 5 - Close - Three Count (2 MIN)
Welcome to a brand new series that we're featuring on Live On 4 Legs! In this series, we take an in-depth look into Pearl Jam's stints on late night TV. Everything from award shows to band tributes to plenty of Letterman appearances promoting new albums, it'll all be covered extensively. These are classic performances that sort of stand alone in Pearl Jam's pantheon, and since our focus is usually dedicated towards full 30+ song setlists, we needed to create an opportunity to give these big moments the Live On 4 Legs treatment they deserve. This is the second episode of our brand new running series that focuses on the 1992 MTV VMAs. After an Unplugged performance for the ages elevated this band to the height of the Grunge phenomena, Pearl Jam was the hottest band in the world. They had just released a new music video for Jeremy that debuted to instant rave reviews due to it's controversial subject matter and imagery, but you couldn't turn on MTV for five minutes in September of 1992 without hearing the song. Invited to perform at the TV station's less than prestigious award show that rewarded music for their visual art, they made a conscious effort to suggest performing a song that wasn't their brand new hit, but with major pushback from the network, they didn't get their way. The anger seemed to fuel Ed during this performance as we get one of the most vigorous and intense versions of Jeremy ever played. Since this is a podcast focusing on a TV series, I get to say: BUT WAIT THERE'S MORE! After you finish with this episode presented through all public platforms, you'll be able to follow along with the rest of our series through our Patreon! Check out our episode on the 1992 SNL performances featuring Alive and Porch. This will be the only such occasion where we split the series between platforms, the rest will only be found through Patreon! To join, head over to patreon.com/liveon4legs and subscribe for as low as $1 a month! Read the Pearl Jam Concertpedia: http://liveon4legs.com
Man, I don't know about you...but I wish (at times) that God could be bought off with good deeds. As we come towards the end of Psalms 51 we see David works through this dilemma...and we need to as well.Psalms 51:16 For you will not delight in sacrifice, or I would give it; you will not be pleased with a burnt offering.
FRIDAY - We are The Monsters and we are about them Ducks. Bears at Russ's house. Whatcha wearing Russ. TikTok famous. RRR - First sold in 1945. Angel's love of pens. New television tech. Local school board tries to run mom of campus. Questions of morality. To The Top with Carlos - In The Day. Monster Sports - NFL, NBA, MLB and Orlando City. Fake fights. Angel on the 1s & 2s. The great fishing challenge D-Strong vs Russ. K.O.D. - When you call the cops on yourself. BOTW - D9 - Head of the Horsemen
In this fun episode, Ryan chats with the Pumpkin Delivery Queen Heather Torres. She has built a large Concierge Pumpkin Delivery business and her story will inspire and encourage you. She started from scratch with $0 and you'll learn how she used the power of social media to grow her business.
C.J. & Zach come on to THE PORCH to celebrate & discuss the TCU victory. The Mountaineers looked impressive on Saturday night & will now look to aim their sights toward Iowa State. Some SCORIGAMI & a Campbell comparison that might make you shake your head. Follow us on Twitter @PorchSportsPod
If you were to take a guess as to what venue Pearl Jam has frequented the most over the last 30 years, would you think Shoreline Amphitheater is the correct answer? If not, then you're wrong. 17 of the performances in the San Francisco area amphitheater came from the Bridge School benefits, but this episode will happen to cover a show played there in 2003. As of most nights from this era, there are some politically motivated moments seeped into this evening. From a pro-activism speech during Porch to a few references to some of the bay area war protests that happened that February, it's not difficult to see what's on the band's mind. However, it being the second leg of this US run following the Nassau Coliseum incident, things are a lot more composed. As long as people didn't fuck with The (Dixie) Chicks, Ed was in good spirits. Tune into this episode to check out great versions of Long Road, You Are, Daughter, Thumbing My Way, Present Tense, Love Boat Captain and an out of this world Crazy Mary. Potentially the best of all-time? One host's opinion may reflect that. Thanks to our Patron Ryan Morden for joining us and selecting this show for us to cover! Visit the Concertpedia: http://liveon4legs.com Donate to the show: http://patreon.com/liveon4legs
We tend to think of our salvation as a one time moment in life, but David is trying to help us understand it so much bigger than that. So what do we do?Psalms 51:12 Restore to me the joy of your salvation, and uphold me with a willing spirit.
Artist Uprising connects creative talent with large corporations and businesses. The company started with Merrick's passion for artists and her desire to see “starving artists” get paid. Many talented artists lack business skills. There is a need for them to bridge the gap between their work and the business world. Both sides have a hard […]
Story Story Night hits close to home with stories and images of what it felt like to be on the inside, looking out- a new perspective. Roll out the welcome mat. Story Story Night is in the neighborhood. In a collaboration with photographer Michelle Bliss, we hit close to home with stories and images of what it felt like to be on the inside, looking out, over the course of this last year of lockdown. In this episode we hear from Jaymie Hogg, members of the Betoubam family, Margot Taylor, and Allison Roper. It's story time- from our porch! Funded in part by the Idaho Community Foundation.
Halloween, more than any other time of the year, seems to usher in an inexplicable array of often terrifying and always extraordinary entities. Is this merely coincidence or are there unfathomable forces at work that not only fuel our fascination for the macabre, but unleash the dark denizens who strike fear in our collective hearts? 2021 Paranormal Podcast Awards Winners:https://paranormalitymag.com/2021-paranormal-podcast-awards-winners/ The Cryptonaut Podcast Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/cryptonautpodcast The Cryptonaut Podcast Merch Store:Hellorspace.com Stay Connected with the Cryptonaut Podcast:Website - Twitter - Facebook - Instagram
Today we have a special guest, David Marvin. He's the director of The Porch, a young adult ministry that ministers to thousands weekly in Dallas, Texas. He discusses anxiety, why young adults are battling it and how we can overcome. Purchase his new book- We're All Freaking Out (and Why We Don't Need To): Finding Freedom from Your Anxious Thoughts and Feelings here: https://amzn.to/3pkiEG1 Instagram.com/DavidJMarvin If you would like to support our ministry financially and assist us in reaching more people with the message of purity, love and godliness, partner with us here: Paypal.me/GodlyDating or CashApp: $GodlyDating101 Join us on Patreon here: Patreon.com/GodlyDating101 Patreon gives you access to interactive Bible studies, mentorship and exclusive episodes/videos. Have a few questions, concerns or struggles to discuss and pray through? Schedule a counseling with us here: https://calendly.com/godlydating101/1-hour-session YouTube.com/GodlyDating101 Instagram.com/GodlyDatingPodcast Facebook.com/GodlyDating101 Twitter.com/GodlyDating101 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/godlydating101/support
This episode takes a look into a show on the Yield tour from Hartford, CT that was the follow-up show to one from Madison Square Garden that many consider to be among the best of all time. While much of this episode is Randy stepping up to his soapbox to profess his love for shows in his home state, it's also taking a key critical factor in Pearl Jam touring and asking the important question - is the band OK with having a down show immediately after playing one for the ages? With Hartford being sandwiched in between two big cities, you'd think it would be an opportunity for the band to possibly take the night off. Whether they do or not is a discussion in itself, but you'll have to listen in to hear what Stone thought about this show in particular. We'll react to Stone's quote and try to put the pieces together as to why maybe this isn't a show that many people go back to from the era. It certainly has moments. Breath, after famously being brought back for the first time since 1994 at MSG, is played once again. Alive and Porch at the end present a situation where Ed had to manage the security team, because how dare those Connecticut fans dance in the aisles. And there are great versions of Do The Evolution, Daughter, Spin The Black Circle and Brain Of J all packed in. Was this a lull show? You'll just have to tune in to find out! Read the Concertpedia: http://liveon4legs.com Donate to the show: http://patreon.com/liveon4legs