Podcasts about referring

Relation between objects in which one object designates, or acts as a means by which to connect to or link to, another object

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Catholic Answers Live
#10883 Open Forum - Karlo Broussard

Catholic Answers Live

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022


Questions Covered: 04:03 – If a Catholic does not believe in the Eucharist, is he technically not saved?  13:00 – Referring to scripture, what’s the difference between showing shame and being guilty?  16:45 – How would you respond to people who are a part of the World Mission Society Word of God and their claim that there’s a Mother God?  31:55 – I'm Protestant. The Catholic Church looks different from the Church from the Patristic period. How does the development of doctrine work according to Catholics?  42:49 – A relative of mine who was raised Catholic but now questions everything. She asked why the Church doesn't accept “gay” marriage and forces women to give birth in circumstances such as rape. How do I respond? 50:14 – Why should I be Catholic and not just Protestant?  …

In Her Image: Finding Heavenly Mother in Scripture, Scholarship, the Arts, & Everyday Life

Jolyn Laney joins Jess to discuss the difference in form, function, and permanence in the two different types of priesthood: hierarchical and familial/patriarchal. Of the hierarchical priesthood and its roles, President M. Russell Ballard taught, “Although the church plays a pivotal role in proclaiming, announcing, and administering the necessary ordinances of salvation and exaltation, all of that, as important as it is, is really just the scaffolding being used in an infinite and eternal construction project to build, support and strengthen the family. And just as scaffolding is eventually taken down and put away to reveal the final completed building, so too will the mortal, administrative functions of the church eventually fade as the eternal family comes into view. In that context, it's important to remember that our church assignments are only temporary, and that at some point we will all be released either by our leaders or by death. But we will never be released from our eternal callings within the family.” -M. Russell Ballard Moses 6:7 proclaims, "Now this same Priesthood, which was in the beginning, shall be in the end of the world also." Referring to this verse of scripture, Jolyn shares on her Instagram: "this Priesthood that is spoken of here, is the patriarchal order of the Priesthood. Entered into through marriage and held equally by woman and man. This Priesthood is what creates worlds by exalted women and men. This Priesthood is used by Kings and Queens, Priests and Priestesses. This Priesthood is what will be used and held in the eternities. This Priesthood is what we have now. Holding it. Accessing it. Using it. This is what will endure. This is the power used to govern, teach, exalt families. I just love pondering this patriarchal, familial priesthood and the possibilities when we step into our powers and privileges." Jolyn can be found on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/the.familial.priesthood/ and https://www.instagram.com/jolyn.laneyphoto/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/inherimage/support

Passive Income Examiner- Work From Home, Freelancers, Affiliate Marketers, Passive Revenue, Blogging, Passive Income Strategi
Setting Challenging Yet Achievable Goals: How Your Why Is The Fuel with Guest Julie Holly

Passive Income Examiner- Work From Home, Freelancers, Affiliate Marketers, Passive Revenue, Blogging, Passive Income Strategi

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 35:29 Transcription Available


PIE Tribe Exclusive Webinar: https://webinars.ecommercebusinessschool.com/ls-reg (https://webinars.ecommercebusinessschool.com/ls-reg) Amazon Retail Stores: Can they make you money? Listen to the episode here: https://player.captivate.fm/episode/e168113b-da6c-4204-871b-de0e61d9ce46 (https://player.captivate.fm/episode/e168113b-da6c-4204-871b-de0e61d9ce46) Do you set goals? Have you subscribed to the adage, "Reach for the stars and land on the moon?" Guest Julie Holly shares how this mindset simply sets us up to experience failure which is not a promising outlook and explains why many people either don't set goals or don't achieve them. Instead, she advocates setting challenging yet achievable goals and walks us through how she does that in today's mindset episode. Setting goals is a very important step in life and in entrepreneurship. People who set goals, track their progress and review their goals regularly are far more successful that people who don't. Well-meaning individuals often set goals but are missing some key fundamentals. Julie demonstrates how having clarity about your "Why" and knowing "Who" you are is step one. Before goals are even set, one must identify what is motivating them and who they are to ensure the goals align with the person. In short, make goals that are for you and not to impress others or to serve another agenda. The second step to creating achievable goals is to be very specific about how your life will look in every area once the goals are achieved. Then break down the 'how to' steps and even plug in deadlines for the goals. Referring to the vision daily, the way you want your life to look once the goals are accomplished will ultimately play a significant role in how successful you are with your goals. Areas of your life to set goals in expand beyond business and financial goals. Personal relationships with Self, spouses, and children are important. As are fitness goals, impact goals, and spiritual goals. When we are approaching goal setting holistically all areas of our life will level up and ultimately create a more joyful experience. For clarification, impact goals, are goals about what impact you want to make on the world around you. Julie refers to them as community goals. Connect with Julie Holly at www.julieholly.com or on her podcast The Conscious Investor. www.thepassiveincomeexaminer.com Want more episodes like this? Would you rather Wednesday - A question to help you get clear on your goals: https://player.captivate.fm/episode/f9c934dd-e1e6-4058-847f-0add692b8de7 (https://player.captivate.fm/episode/f9c934dd-e1e6-4058-847f-0add692b8de7) How he escaped the rat race and traveled with his family with Dai Manuel: https://player.captivate.fm/episode/bfbbaf3a-cea2-467d-8f72-6d626f51a916 (https://player.captivate.fm/episode/bfbbaf3a-cea2-467d-8f72-6d626f51a916) How to overcome imposter syndrome: https://player.captivate.fm/episode/f2ffdd35-2cb7-4f79-a991-30ee1ab7d939 (https://player.captivate.fm/episode/f2ffdd35-2cb7-4f79-a991-30ee1ab7d939) Mentioned in this episode: PIE Tribe Workshop Exclusive workshop for PIE Tribe listeners to discover if building an Amazon Retail Store is right for you. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

New Books in History
Randall Balmer, "Passion Plays: How Religion Shaped Sports in North America" (UNC Press, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 48:38


Randall Balmer was a late convert to sports talk radio, but he quickly became addicted, just like millions of other devoted American sports fans. As a historian of religion, the more he listened, Balmer couldn't help but wonder how the fervor he heard related to religious practice. Houses of worship once railed against Sabbath-busting sports events, but today most willingly accommodate Super Bowl Sunday. On the other hand, basketball's inventor, James Naismith, was an ardent follower of Muscular Christianity and believed the game would help develop religious character. But today those religious roots are largely forgotten. Here one of our most insightful writers on American religion trains his focus on that other great passion—team sports—to reveal their surprising connections. From baseball to basketball and football to ice hockey, Balmer explores the origins and histories of big-time sports from the late nineteenth century to the present, with entertaining anecdotes and fresh insights into their ties to religious life. Referring to Notre Dame football, the Catholic Sun called its fandom "a kind of sacramental." Legions of sports fans reading Passion Plays: How Religion Shaped Sports in North America (UNC Press, 2022) will recognize exactly what that means. Paul Knepper covered the Knicks for Bleacher Report. His first book, The Knicks of the Nineties: Ewing, Oakley, Starks and the Brawlers That Almost Won It All was published in 2020. You can reach Paul at paulknepper@gmail.com and follow him on Twitter @paulieknep. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in American Studies
Randall Balmer, "Passion Plays: How Religion Shaped Sports in North America" (UNC Press, 2022)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 48:38


Randall Balmer was a late convert to sports talk radio, but he quickly became addicted, just like millions of other devoted American sports fans. As a historian of religion, the more he listened, Balmer couldn't help but wonder how the fervor he heard related to religious practice. Houses of worship once railed against Sabbath-busting sports events, but today most willingly accommodate Super Bowl Sunday. On the other hand, basketball's inventor, James Naismith, was an ardent follower of Muscular Christianity and believed the game would help develop religious character. But today those religious roots are largely forgotten. Here one of our most insightful writers on American religion trains his focus on that other great passion—team sports—to reveal their surprising connections. From baseball to basketball and football to ice hockey, Balmer explores the origins and histories of big-time sports from the late nineteenth century to the present, with entertaining anecdotes and fresh insights into their ties to religious life. Referring to Notre Dame football, the Catholic Sun called its fandom "a kind of sacramental." Legions of sports fans reading Passion Plays: How Religion Shaped Sports in North America (UNC Press, 2022) will recognize exactly what that means. Paul Knepper covered the Knicks for Bleacher Report. His first book, The Knicks of the Nineties: Ewing, Oakley, Starks and the Brawlers That Almost Won It All was published in 2020. You can reach Paul at paulknepper@gmail.com and follow him on Twitter @paulieknep. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books Network
Randall Balmer, "Passion Plays: How Religion Shaped Sports in North America" (UNC Press, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 48:38


Randall Balmer was a late convert to sports talk radio, but he quickly became addicted, just like millions of other devoted American sports fans. As a historian of religion, the more he listened, Balmer couldn't help but wonder how the fervor he heard related to religious practice. Houses of worship once railed against Sabbath-busting sports events, but today most willingly accommodate Super Bowl Sunday. On the other hand, basketball's inventor, James Naismith, was an ardent follower of Muscular Christianity and believed the game would help develop religious character. But today those religious roots are largely forgotten. Here one of our most insightful writers on American religion trains his focus on that other great passion—team sports—to reveal their surprising connections. From baseball to basketball and football to ice hockey, Balmer explores the origins and histories of big-time sports from the late nineteenth century to the present, with entertaining anecdotes and fresh insights into their ties to religious life. Referring to Notre Dame football, the Catholic Sun called its fandom "a kind of sacramental." Legions of sports fans reading Passion Plays: How Religion Shaped Sports in North America (UNC Press, 2022) will recognize exactly what that means. Paul Knepper covered the Knicks for Bleacher Report. His first book, The Knicks of the Nineties: Ewing, Oakley, Starks and the Brawlers That Almost Won It All was published in 2020. You can reach Paul at paulknepper@gmail.com and follow him on Twitter @paulieknep. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Sports
Randall Balmer, "Passion Plays: How Religion Shaped Sports in North America" (UNC Press, 2022)

New Books in Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 48:38


Randall Balmer was a late convert to sports talk radio, but he quickly became addicted, just like millions of other devoted American sports fans. As a historian of religion, the more he listened, Balmer couldn't help but wonder how the fervor he heard related to religious practice. Houses of worship once railed against Sabbath-busting sports events, but today most willingly accommodate Super Bowl Sunday. On the other hand, basketball's inventor, James Naismith, was an ardent follower of Muscular Christianity and believed the game would help develop religious character. But today those religious roots are largely forgotten. Here one of our most insightful writers on American religion trains his focus on that other great passion—team sports—to reveal their surprising connections. From baseball to basketball and football to ice hockey, Balmer explores the origins and histories of big-time sports from the late nineteenth century to the present, with entertaining anecdotes and fresh insights into their ties to religious life. Referring to Notre Dame football, the Catholic Sun called its fandom "a kind of sacramental." Legions of sports fans reading Passion Plays: How Religion Shaped Sports in North America (UNC Press, 2022) will recognize exactly what that means. Paul Knepper covered the Knicks for Bleacher Report. His first book, The Knicks of the Nineties: Ewing, Oakley, Starks and the Brawlers That Almost Won It All was published in 2020. You can reach Paul at paulknepper@gmail.com and follow him on Twitter @paulieknep. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sports

No B.S. Job Search Advice Radio
Reference Accumulation

No B.S. Job Search Advice Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 4:11


EP 2488 You know you're going to need references so why do you scramble to put them together? Referring to articles written by Nancy Shield of IdealInterviewCo.com, I talk about its importance and who to ask. SUPPORTERS: CareerFitter (use the paid version and answer 60 easy questions and receive a career change recommendation) https://www.TheBigGameHunter.us/career and Skillshare (like Netflix for courses) www.TheBigGameHunter.us/skillshare ABOUT JEFF ALTMAN, THE BIG GAME HUNTER Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter is a coach who worked as a recruiter for what seems like one hundred years. He is hired to provide No BS Career Advice globally. That can involve job search, hiring staff, management, leadership, career transition and advice about resolving workplace issues. Schedule a discovery call at my website, www.TheBigGameHunter.us He is the host of “No BS Job Search Advice Radio,” the #1 podcast in iTunes for job search with over 2400 episodes. I do a livestream on LinkedIn, and YouTube (on the JobSearchTV.com account) Tuesdays and Fridays at 1 PM Eastern. You can send your questions about job search, hiring better, management, leadership or to get advice about a workplace issue to me via messaging on LinkedIn or in chat during the approximately 30-minute show. Website: www.TheBigGameHunter.us LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/TheBigGameHunter Courses: www.TheBigGameHunter.us/courses Main YouTube: www.JobSearchTV.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/jeffaltman Facebook: http://facebook.com/nobscoachingadvice Podcast: anchor.fm/nobsjobsearchadviceradio Video Podcast: Spotify Twitter: http://twitter.com/jeffaltmancoach Medium: jeffaltmancoach.medium.com Resume & LinkedIn Profile critiques My courses are available on Skillshare CareerFitter offers a free test and if you want career recommendations, upgrade to the paid version https://www.TheBigGameHunter.us/career We grant permission for this post and others to be used on your website as long as a backlink is included and notice is provided that it is provided by Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter as an author or creator.

Kentucky Fried Homicide
The Unsolved Case of the Axeman of New Orleans

Kentucky Fried Homicide

Play Episode Play 44 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 58:57


From May 1918 to October of 1919, the Big Easy of New Orleans was the scene of a brutal serial killer. Targeting mostly Italian immigrants, he would murder his victims and their families while they slept, cutting their throat with a straight razor or bashing their heads in with…an axe. Referring to himself as not human, but a spirit and a demon from the hottest hell, he would kill six of his twelve victims. And 103 years later, the ghosts of some of his victims still haunt the places they lived, or died. This is the unsolved case of the Axeman of New Orleans.Sources used for this podcastJOIN THE HITCHED 2 HOMICIDE IN-LAWS AND OUTLAWSSTART KRIS CALVERT'S BOOKS TODAY FOR FREEH2H WEBSITEH2H on TWITTERH2H on INSTA...

Just Think About It!
Episode 176: What Space are You Referring To?

Just Think About It!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 2:01


Enter the mind of Bey as he encourages listeners to understand the terminology and concept of space. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/quiame-bey/support

Selling the Couch with Melvin Varghese, Ph.D.
327: An Easier Way to Refer Out Clients with Anna O'Brien and Jim Pasquarella

Selling the Couch with Melvin Varghese, Ph.D.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 39:09


I think often about legacy in providing STC as a resource for our field and being of service to our colleagues. The same desire for a lasting legacy drives me to connect with good people who are doing great things in the world, which is what this podcast is all about. Today's conversation, with two of those good people, focuses on a common issue for clinicians in referring out clients. If you are looking to do referrals in a better way, this session will give you valuable information. Join us to learn more! Our Featured Guests Anna O'Brien  Jim Pasquarella Anna O'Brien and Jim Pasquarella live and work locally in the Philly area as a clinician and commercial real estate developer, respectively. They have created a resource called The Consult List, which addresses a common problem for clinicians. “Referring out” clients to other colleagues is something every clinician faces, but what's the best way to do it?  Anna and Jim will share with us how they created The Consult List for clinicians to use in making sure the clients we serve are getting appropriate and helpful referrals. This resource allows clinicians to harness the power of their community and streamline the referral process. They will explain how the resource handles issues like data privacy and protection, and we will discuss how they are monetizing this free resource. http://theconsultlist.com/ (Website) You'll Learn: The story behind The Consult List and how it came to be as Anna and Jim teamed up to improve access to mental health services How Jim's efforts are inspired by the memory of his mom's tireless dedication in caring for others How Anna and Jim met through the shared vision of making a vacant building into an affordable wellness center to serve the local community What The Consult List is and how it helps clinicians with referrals How the client can interact with The Consult List What a prospective clinician would have access to on The Consult List in keeping safety and privacy in mind for the prospective client How the location parameters are set for clinicians and clients on The Consult List Why The Consult List is free in its essential version and offers a premium membership with extra features How data is protected on this referral platform

Beyond the Couch with Bridges
Lessons from a Professional Career Changer with Asha Aravindakshan

Beyond the Couch with Bridges

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 26:25


This week, Diana chats with Asha Aravindakshan about making the power of personal relationships, putting yourself out there, and resisting societal and cultural expectations in making a career change. They talk about the ways in which you can build out your first- and second-degree networks, manage uncertainty and tolerance for risk as you make a career pivot, and tips and strategies for effectively finding a new job. Referring to the phenomenon of the “bamboo ceiling,” they also delve into some of the challenges that prevent APISA-identifying people from achieving certain goals, and the ways in which those challenges can be mitigated.Follow us on IG for an upcoming giveaway of Asha's book, Skills: The Common Denominator!Asha Aravindakshan (Are-uh-vin-doc-shin; she/her) is the author of Skills: The Common Denominator, which highlights true stories of transferable skills for career success. She's presented at conferences in the Americas and is the recipient of awards on digital transformation and future of work. Asha studied business at GW and MIT. Connect with Asha on Instagram and Twitter @dcashaMentioned in this episode:The Unspoken Rules: Secrets to Starting Your Career Off Right by Gorick NgStuck: Why Asian Americans Don't Reach the Top of the Corporate Ladder by Margaret ChinBridges Mental Health is a stigma-free hub for Asians, Pacific Islanders, and South Asian Americans (APISA) to discuss, navigate, and seek mental health care.Write to us with comments & questions, we'd love to hear from you.@bridgesmentalhealthbridgesmentalhealthnyc@gmail.comCover photo by Janice C...

Crossings Community Church - Terry Feix Audio
What Is the Wesleyan Stuff Marty Keeps Referring to? (October 5, 2022)

Crossings Community Church - Terry Feix Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 53:50


Crossings Community Church crossings.church Dr. Cliff Sanders October 5, 2022

Crossings Community Church - Terry Feix Audio
What Is the Wesleyan Stuff Marty Keeps Referring to? (October 5, 2022)

Crossings Community Church - Terry Feix Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 53:50


Crossings Community Church crossings.church Dr. Cliff Sanders October 5, 2022

She Makes Waves
Lindsay Mayuga - Finding Your Audience

She Makes Waves

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 12:26


In today's episode, we talk about things that can make you uncomfortable on the road to finding your ideal clientele. Sometimes that looks like:-Referring long time (and loved) clients to other stylists who do what the client wants, but better.-Letting go of that ingrained stylist mentality that only volume = success-Honing in on what you love and what your best at-Restructuring your pricingA concept from Seth Godin that has always stuck with me is the idea that the smallest viable audience is really all you need. Are you ready to make some changes to attract your ideal client? Maybe you need a little motivation?Have a listen…I gotchu.Follow along on Instagram: @LindsaymakeswavesStay connected with all the latest happenings with LindsayShe Nets Worth: hairstylist's guide to going independent waitlist! 

The GenerEhlist - CCFP Exam & Canadian Primary Care Medicine

  Written By: Sonja Poole, PGY2 FM - Yellowknife NWT Reviewed By: Dr Andrew Kotaska OBGYN, - Yellowknife NWT Some definitions: Infertility = inability to conceive or carry to term after 1 year of regular, unprotected intercourse Primary infertility = infertility in the context of no prior pregnancies Secondary infertility = infertility in the context of a prior conception As a disclaimer, we are going to be heteronormative with our language to simplify referring to the person providing the sperm as the male partner and the person providing the ovum as the female partner, and using cis-gendered pronouns. This is because those are the two essential ingredients for producing an embryo and they both have specific health considerations.  People who are non-binary, trans, or in queer relationships may also struggle with infertility. Referring to people by their preferred pronouns is extremely important and separating our ideas of sex and gender identity is crucial to providing excellent care. Keep this in mind as you listen to this episode. 

TwoBrainRadio
The Easy Way to Fire a Gym Client

TwoBrainRadio

Play Episode Play 27 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 11:00 Transcription Available


You know that problem client needs to go—so how do you solve the problem without misery?In this episode of Two-Brain Radio, Chris Cooper explains how you can set up referral partners who will be able to help the clients you can't. With this network in place, you'll be more likely to offload clients you don't want so you can focus on your best clients.If you don't have a plan, you're likely to get angrier and more frustrated with your worst clients, then eventually blow up. That's bad for you, the client and the business.To get ahead of issues, listen to this show,  then take action. When you determine a client is a bad fit for your gym, you'll have a plan in place.LinksSeed Clients and Weed ClientsBook a CallGym Owners United group1:45 - Referring bad fits elsewhere3:50 - Finding referral partners in your town7:21 - Learning from a mistake

Sermons - Harvest Church  |  Arroyo Grande
Identity Series: Confident in the Word of God - Steve Henry

Sermons - Harvest Church | Arroyo Grande

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 77:48


0 (0s): Morning. Good morning. Please 1 (2s): Come find a seat and, And please stand as we get ready to worship the Lord this morning. Before we get going, I'd like to share a scripture in a moment. Thank you. Revelation one, eight says, I am the alpha in the omega, says the Lord God. Who is and who was and who is to come The Almighty. It just speaks to the magnitude of God. He was before He is now and he will forever be. And that's what we're gonna sing about this morning. So let's just prepare our hearts to worship the Lord this morning. 1 (43s): He is so amazing and worthy of our praise. 0 (60s): We worship the God who was we worship the God who is we worship the God who evermore will be. He opened the prison doors. He parted the raging sea. My God, He holds the big story. Join the house of the Lord. Join the house of the Lord today and we won't we shout your praise. Join the house of the Lord our God is in and we won't be crying. 0 (1m 43s): We shout out your praise. We sing to the God who heals. We sing to the God who saves. We sing to the God who always makes away cause he hung up on that cross and he rose up from that grave. My God, still rolling stones away of the there's house of the Lord. 0 (2m 24s): And we won't. We shout your praise. There's the Lord. We shout and we were the backers and now we're royalty. And we were the prisoners. And now we're running free. We are forgiven. Accepted redeem by his grace. Let the house of the Lord sing. 0 (3m 4s): Praise. We were the now we're royalty. We were the praise. Now we are forgive reads in by his grace. Let the house of the Lord sing praise, Sing next joy. There's joy in the house of the Lord. There's joy in the house of the Lord today. And we will be quiet. We shout out your praise. There's of Lord our godly in this place. 0 (3m 47s): We won't. We shout praise. There's joy, the of Lord. We won. Be we shout face. 0 (4m 38s): Let's sing a 1 (4m 39s): Jesus. If you're excited about Jesus this morning, can you just shout his name? 0 (4m 44s): Jesus. We're not 1 (4m 46s): Ashamed in this place tonight, this morning. We're not ashamed to praise Jesus this morning. 0 (4m 54s): He is our Lord. 1 (4m 55s): He's our Savior. 0 (4m 57s): And 1 (4m 58s): We worship him. We worship you Jesus. Thank you Lord. 0 (5m 21s): When Christ is my foundation, rock, which I stand with everything around then I booed my faith in Jesus. He's never let me down his faithful. So I would he fail now He, He. 0 (6m 9s): I've still got. I've got peace that makes no sense. So I'm not held by own 2 (6m 27s): Feel. 0 (6m 29s): Jesus. He 2 (6m 36s): Faithful 0 (6m 37s): Every season. So when Blue, my house was built on you, I'm safe with you. 0 (8m 51s): I'm gonna make it through. Ray came blew, my house was built on you. I'm with you. I'm going make it through. Hey win. My house was built on. 0 (9m 37s): Was built on. Cade stand is strong on with everything around me is I've never been more black. 0 (10m 24s): I put faith Jesus, he won't. Won't, he won't. 0 (11m 17s): No he won't. 1 (11m 44s): Church, we're just gonna rest for a moment. 0 (11m 48s): We're 1 (11m 48s): Gonna rest in that church. I mean in that, in that truth, 0 (11m 51s): That 1 (11m 52s): He's not gonna fail us. Doesn't matter what we can do. Doesn't matter how far we go. He's the rock on which we stand. I wanna invite those. If you feel led by the Holy Spirit to bring a word or speak out something encouraging that God has put on your heart as you feel led. Let's do that right now as we continue to worship. 3 (12m 33s): When our eyes are set upon the Lord, peace just comes overflowing beyond our understanding and praise. This world is such a chaos, a spiral downhill faith. The to us down Christ, Jesus, God, peace, the rock I stand all otherness sinking sand. 2 (13m 14s): Jesus 3 (13m 14s): Name. Amen. 4 (13m 24s): Father, we thank you that this is your universe and you will do what you're gonna do. And you've written it all down for us, Lord. And we have no need to be afraid or fear be seen, our country even falling apart from the top And the things going on in the world. Wicked or wickedness. And yet you are in control. And Father, you said in the last days will be a great falling away. And we don't want to be those people, Lord. We need to just remain focused and stand whatever currently said in 1924, fear not. These things must be. 4 (14m 5s): And so Father, that's my friend today, that we as your body here, Lord, we will stand, we will be focused, we will trust you. Whatever the wave bring. Lord, we stand upon the rock. We thank you that foundation you always have been and you always, Jesus 5 (14m 31s): One night, brains do not be terrified. You 6 (15m 42s): Sing that again. Let's all to you, Hi all to you my hiding please the place, the king and this thing because vehicle, deal 2 (17m 36s): With me, 6 (17m 41s): Car deal 2 (17m 43s): With me, 6 (17m 48s): Car deal with 2 (17m 50s): Me. 6 (17m 54s): How will 2 (17m 55s): Not 6 (18m 8s): Hoo 2 (18m 29s): My 6 (19m 21s): I will to you? I think, 7 (19m 55s): Lord, we praise you Jesus. You are so good Lord. We know that you're here in our midst, Jesus, where two or three are gathered, you are there in their midst, Lord. So you're here right now. Lord, we thank you that you're the friend that sticks closer than a brother. We thank you Jesus for all the things that you are. Lord. You are so great and so amazing. Lord, I just pray that every heart would, would come to you in humility today. Lord, you give you, you give grace to the humble Lord. 7 (20m 40s): You resist the proud, but you give grace to the humble Lord. So Jesus, I just pray that each heart would come to you in humility today. Lord, we're all coming on common ground. We're all sinners in need of a savior Jesus. And so we are so grateful for that savior that you are, Lord, we come to you with hearts of contrition, with with humility, Lord. And we just ask for you to move in our midst. Lord, we ask for you to do your will today. Lord, we just worship you for who you are and for nothing else. Lord, we lift up your name in this place, Lord. And and and it's in your name we pray. Amen. Amen. All right, you can take your seats if you'd like. Thank you worship team. Thank you Jesus for being here. 7 (21m 21s): Can't do it without em. Wouldn't want to. Alright, so just wanna welcome you here today. My name's Curtis. If you're new here, there is coffee out on the patio there and there are restrooms down these hallways. You can follow the signs also. We've got an info center at the back. And if you need to sign up for anything, want to get further connected to the church, just want to meet a friendly face, you can head back to the info center. We'd be glad to welcome you there. Also, we've got a couple of great things coming up. One of those is a worship and prayer morning that we're starting. It's gonna be at 8:00 AM on Tuesday. And this hopefully will turn into a monthly thing. 7 (22m 1s): We're, we're trying it out once and seeing how it goes. But the goal of having a 8:00 AM is the hope that you can come before work or before you drop the kids off at the school and just come and worship the Lord in prayer and just start your week off in that way. It's gonna be really beautiful, an amazing time. It's gonna be right here, 8:00 AM on Tuesday. The next thing is, if you have a child that hasn't been dedicated to the Lord, we're doing baby dedications on October 23rd. So if you wanna sign up, you can head back to the info center. Just a great way to dedicate your child and just say, Hey, I wanna raise this child in the house of the Lord. We want to raise this child as a Jesus follower. 7 (22m 43s): And it's also, it's kind of more for the parents to like commit their lives. Like, Okay, I'm gonna raise this child for the Lord. And, and so kind of doing that in public saying, Hey, you guys can all keep me accountable. So it's really good. So we encourage you to do that. Also, pastor appreciation is next Sunday. It's just gonna be a great way to honor our leaders and our pastors. So if you would like to bring a little gift for them or a card or something, you can do that and drop it off at the info center. Some people already did that this week and they get extra credit. So yeah, they did great. But yeah, if you wanna bring a gift next week, you're welcome to. 7 (23m 22s): And then the last thing is that we've got another outreach coming up and it's for Halloween in the village. And we don't love the, the event of Halloween or the holiday of Halloween, but, but we do want to take advantage of all the kids coming by. It's a great, great way for us to reach out to people, have a positive impact in their lives. And so we're gonna be clearing out all the, the chairs in here and making like a mini carnival in here. And then just be welcoming kids to come in, have a great time. We're gonna give 'em, load 'em up with candy. It's gonna be super fun. So it's, yeah, it's gonna be great. So kids are gonna be walking by and we're gonna be, you know, just loving on 'em. 7 (24m 2s): And so if you want to be involved with that, it's gonna take a lot of manpower to do that. So please sign up at the info center if you wanna serve at that event. So with that, we're gonna have a minute mingle time where you can hang out and talk to people and we'll be back in about a minute. So thanks so much. 8 (24m 23s): I need to, I've been taking almost a z pressing the boundaries, fighting off these feelings that pressing the drown. I get what I want, but I don't be what I need. 2 (25m 1s): Oh, 8 (25m 2s): My friends are changing. Maybe I was lost, but maybe I'm bound to be, all my friends are changing from maybe count the cost or maybe don't learn from me. Life is what happens in the between. I just want be waking dream. I don't need to just means, I just want, I just want be awake. Dream. Dream. 8 (25m 45s): Always lose the you. Maybe the, the maybe time. The maybe start the 10 (27m 23s): This down guy up here. I'm moving my lips but nothing's coming out and he's freaking out back there. It's probably not a good idea to mess with the sound people, but it is fun. Oh, come on. I knew I had a feeling that was coming. Kudos. Touche. Good job. I would've been bummed if you didn't catch that opportunity there. Good morning. How was everyone? Hey, we're in our identity series. How many do you remember what our identity series is all about? So last week we talked about our core values. Core values, right? No cheating. 10 (28m 3s): Close up your notes from your memory. What was the first core value that we talked about last week? 9 (28m 13s): Lordship. 10 (28m 14s): But what? The whole thing. 9 (28m 17s): The 10 (28m 17s): Lordship. Jesus. What is it? Did you, what is it? Confident 9 (28m 21s): In the 10 (28m 21s): Lordship of Jesus. Confident in the Lordship of Jesus Christ. What's the second one this week? 9 (28m 26s): Committed 10 (28m 27s): Or confident? Yeah, you're throwing me off. You're committed. Yeah. That was a test, right? We got 'em. What is it committed to? The lordship of Jesus Christ. I knew it didn't sound right. Committed. What's number two? 9 (28m 37s): Confident in the word. 10 (28m 39s): Confident. Confident in the word of God. What's number three? Sheila, You should know these. Come on. We've been talking about 'em for weeks here. What is it? All right, what's the other one? Got another good, good, good. And what, what's our mission statement or purpose statement? What is, it's a focus here. Okay. It's all right on the screen out or it's right on the, the sign out there. So it says Jesus 9 (29m 8s): To the 10 (29m 9s): Community, right? What Taking 9 (29m 11s): Jesus 10 (29m 12s): Out to the community. That's, that's it a nutshell. What I do in a nutshell. Oh, it's okay. Good, good, good. Impacting our community. So it's a big word. Impacting intentional, right? Impacting our community and our world with life changing message of Jesus Christ. That's what we're all about. So we're talking about core values and purpose statement. Mission statement. Because the core values are kind of what we kind of roll forward on. And as we understand our core values, we decide on ministries direction. We remember our purpose through those things. And so that's what we're gonna be talking about for the next few weeks. The rest of our core values, and then our mission statement. Then we'll kind of unpack a little bit what we believe kind of. 10 (29m 55s): We don't have time to talk about everything that we believe, but we talk about that every week. So with that, Lord, we just invite your presence. We thank you, God, that you are here and that, and when we gather, we gather in your name and you promise that we're, we gather two or three, gather in your name that you are there, Lord God. So we love you. We thank you Jesus for who you are and for what you're doing. Speak to us. Teach us we pray. Jesus name. Amen. Amen. Confident in the word of God. We'll be in Psalm one 19. We'll be going through about the first 20 verses or so. First service. I didn't get through the last point, so probably will not get through it, this service either. So, but I'll, I'll share that last point with you. 10 (30m 34s): Psalm 1 19, 1 0 5 says, Your word is a lamp and to my feet and a light into my path. And so we can find confidence in God's word because it actually lights up our feet and our path so we can move forward in wisdom with clarity, with confidence, with joy, and with peace. We know how to move forward because God's word is there to instruct us, to direct us. And it says that it actually illuminates lights up our path. So we've got this garden in our, in our in front of our house. It's called the secret garden. And it's super dark at night. And so over the years we've put in more and more solar lights and there's sensor lights. 10 (31m 18s): And so when you walk through the garden just starts lighting up. And so, you know, like when a coyote's out there or a stray cat or straight dog or or a stray person out there, we know when somebody's in the garden cuz everything's beginning to light up. And so we're like, hey, somebody must be in the garden. And so the word of God is like that. It just kind of illuminates it's light. It's it's light for our path so that we can kind of get clarity about moving forward. So I dunno about you, but how, how many have been reading the Bible for a year? How many have been reading the Bible for five years? 10 years, 20 years, 30 years. 10 (32m 1s): Rich here. Just keep your hand up. 40 years, 50 years. Harrison, you're old. 60 years. 60 years. Holy cow. 60 years Harrison's. Anybody older than Harrison's. Oh what about 70 years? So, well, right around there. I wonder, as you guys have read the Bible for decades, do you always get stuff out of it? Yes. Always. Yeah. Okay, good. So like, like you've read the same thing over and over again. Do you ever get stuff out of it at this? Like in your, Richard, I'll keep it to you in this ancient stage of life that you're in, you're still getting, you're still getting, you're still gleaning stuff All the time. 10 (32m 44s): All the time. Yeah. That's great. No, that's cool. Cool. Hey, there's a, a gold mine in Australia and they've been mining gold out of this gold mine for close to 50 years. And about 45 years into this gold mining, they, the miners discovered the biggest rocks of gold that they've ever discovered. 45 years of mining. They're pulling gold outta this place all the time. 45 years later they're getting like hundred plus pound boulders of gold worth millions of dollars. I I love this story because it communicates the value of continuing to mind truth out of God's word. Cuz I bet, I bet the longer we're doing it, the more gold we're gonna be able to mine. 10 (33m 28s): Out of that, we've got greater understanding and who, who knows if we quit early, if we're gonna miss out on those major big boulders of gold that God has for us. And so the encouragement is to remain confident in God's word, to continue to open it up all the time. And then just see what God will do with questions that you might have, concerns that you might have, fears that you might have. God has a way of revealing truth to our lives. This is not on the screen, but in Psalm 12, 6, 12 6 it says, And the words of the Lord are flawless, like silver purified and a crucible like gold refined seven times. 10 (34m 13s): So this, the word of God that we're talking about today, the Bible, what we're talking about today, has great, great value so that we think about the, the word of God, we need to understand well what is, what is the word of God? And and why do we have such confidence in the word well taken from an article titled, Why Do we Believe the Bible is Actually the Word of God by Dr. Jim Dennison, PhD. He said, Well, the Bible claims to be the word of God, but this fact does not settle the issue for us because the Quran claims to be the word of aah. 10 (34m 54s): The Book of Mormon claims to be the revelation of God. The writers of the Bible were convinced that what they wrote were inspired, they were spoken, breathed by the living God. The Apostle Paul was convinced that, well all scriptures God breathed and is useful for teaching rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness. Second to Timothy three 16, what scripture, What verse what? What part of the Bible was he talking about? Referring? Well, in the first entry, all they had was the Old Testament. So he's saying the Old Testament books of the Bible that scriptures God breath in is useful for teaching rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness. 10 (35m 39s): Jesus believed his words to be divinely inspired. In fact, he said, Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will never pass away. His words will never pass away because they're divinely inspired as the eternal wisdom and word of God. And so having an earthquake passed away, but the words of Jesus will never pass away. Speaking of the totality of biblical revelation, the writer to the Hebrews claims the word of God is living and active. Have you experienced that? Like not in a creepy way like it's alive, but but like it's alive. Like it's got the capacity to speak to us, right? 10 (36m 22s): In our season, right in this moment, right where we live, right where we struggle, God's word has a way of speaking to us because it's what's living in active sharper than any double edged sword. It penetrates even to dividing soul and spirit, joints and marrow. It judges the thoughts and it attitudes of the heart. Hebrews for the word of God is powerful, right? J Packer said the Bible is God preaching. So like God speaking, communicating truth to us. That's what the Bible is. It's God preaching to us to bring us into new life with him. 10 (37m 3s): Augustine described it as love letters from home. So it's just this powerful revelation that we have in the 66 books of the Bible and the pages of scripture. We've got this powerful truth that God has given to us. So there's strong evidential reasons to believe the Bible's God's word, but the best test comes from, well from personal experience. So the challenge to us is, hey, try living the Bible. Try what does it mean to live the Bible? Like read it and do it. Read it and obey it. Read it and do what it tells you to do. Living the Bible will give you the best possible experience and opportunity to realize that it is alive and it's active and it's sharp and it's it, it brings about what we need in every season of life. 10 (37m 55s): Except it's savior as your savior. So don't just read about the savior of the world, but make Jesus your savior and just see what God will do in your life. Over and over again, throughout history, people have tried to disprove the scripture. And a lot of times when people are reading and studying and investigating the scripture, they become converted. They don't disprove it, but they become converted in their, in their lives. They, they accept the Lord Jesus Christ make its principles, it's guideposts the guiding direction for your life. So we're talking a lot about the Bible and Christianity, but what about, what about other beliefs? 10 (38m 41s): What about other religious systems? I mean, can't we all just like get along, aren't we after all of the same things, don't we believe basically the same thing? I see this bumper sticker all the time on people's cars and as I sit there, I'm studying the different religious symbols and I realize we're also different. So can we all get along? Absolutely, we can all get along, but we certainly do not agree. 10 (39m 26s): We certainly do not agree. Conventional wisdom these days debates or dictates that the various religions are just different roads up the same mountain, kind of like all roads lead to Rome. We're all on the same path. And so that's what conventional wisdom would tell us. They say it doesn't matter which God you trust because they are all the same. Different name, same God. People say things like this, Ala is Jehovah and Buddhist and Hindus seek the same God that we worship. People also say different holy books are simply religious. Well, they're simply religious diaries. And who's to say that your diary is right and mine is wrong? 10 (40m 11s): Such an approach to world religions and their writings feels, it feels tolerant and even hopeful on some level it feels like, boy, we can all gather around and sing kumbaya together and be one big happy family. So there's that warm kind of fuzzy as we think about possibly all getting along. But is it true? Is it possible? Is that a reality that we can all gather no matter what we choose to believe in, sing kumbaya together? Is it true? Do other religions agree? Do they agree with this characterization of their faith commitment? 10 (40m 55s): In a word? No. In a word they do not agree. Buddhist beliefs. Buddha taught that there is no God despite the fact that a lot of his followers worship him. He instructed his disciples to avoid all material desires that they might cease their suffering. Hindu beliefs. Hindus believe in thousands of territorial deities. But no, no Lord of the universe. Brahman is the divine force that sustains the universe not a personal God to be worshiped Muslim beliefs. 10 (41m 41s): Muslims believe that ala the Arabic word for God is the one supreme ruler of the universe. That Jesus was a prophet but not the divine son of God. And that salvation comes through obedience to theran. This book is all as self revelation through his prophet Mohamed. They believe all other, they believe all other. They believe all other holy books are inferior to it for its pages, Its pages alone contained the very word of God. Can't we all just get along? No one thinks we could all just kind of get along Jewish beliefs. 10 (42m 21s): Jews believe that Yahweh revealed himself through the laws and the prophets of their scriptures. And I would agree, but they also believe that Jesus was was not the Messiah. That the New Testament is not the word of God. They base their hope of heaven on the mercy of God in response to their lives of obedience and morality. Mormon beliefs, Mormons believe that God revealed himself in the Bible, but also in their book of Mormon, a history of the early peoples of the Western hemisphere. Joseph Smith translated the book from Golden Plates that he claimed to have received from the angel. 10 (43m 1s): Morona doctrine in covenants contains further revelation received by Joseph Smith from God. The pearl of great price contains more writings of Smith. They picture God as an eternal being, a flesh and bone who had physical relations with Mary to produce Jesus. So just barely scratching the surface of what they believe. We know that it's contrary to scripture, contrary to what we believe is the truth from the word of God. Salvation and heavily rewards come through obedience to these revelations they go on and teach. 10 (43m 44s): So, so if any one of these religions is right, the others by definition are wrong. We can't all be right if any of these other religions are right, then by definition all others are wrong. If we believe what the Mormons believe, then we cannot believe what born again Christians believe in so forth. And in fact, none, None believe that other religions are equally correct or divinely inspired. 10 (44m 26s): None of no real believer in any of these religious ex experiences or whatever these other religions believe that other religions are equally correct or divinely inspired. I at my house, I get people knocking on the door. Joe's witnesses, Hey, I'm a Christian pastor, but what do they want to do? Well, if we're all Christians, why do they want to convert me? Because they know that I'm not one of them. Right Mormon, right? Same deal, right? So we can all say, hey, let's kumbaya thing and get along and do it, but we just believe differently. 10 (45m 7s): And so it makes a huge difference in the way that we live our lives. The, the scriptures at the various world religions trust do not describe different paths of the same mountain, but very different mountains. So choose, choose wisely. I wanna say thank you to Dr. Dennison for his article. A lot of what I've been talking about here in the last 10 minutes has been information from his article. It's just helpful to, for us to get our heads around truth. At Harvest Church. At Harvest Church here at Harvest Church, we are confident in the word of God, the Bible, that that's all we have. 10 (45m 54s): People show up and they say, Well, you, you teach outta the Bible. I'm like, What else in the world? What do we teach? Even if I knew something else, I wouldn't wanna teach it because anything else's gonna take us up the wrong mountain, down the wrong path. Jesus said, I'm the way that's truth and the life. No man comes to the Father except through, through me. Pretty clear Jesus is declaring that he is the only way that Christianity is the only way. So we have confidence in the word of God because of what we glean from the word of God, but beyond the fact that we just know that as it is, God breathed that he spoke it. 10 (46m 40s): But, but my experience and the scriptures declare that when we read the word of God, there's incredible joy. That is the experience. There's an incredible joy that we experienced as readers and doers of the word of God. So at Harvest Church, we, we are confident in the Word of God, the Bible. Why? Because God's word brings joy to those who follow it. Is that, has that been your experience? It's been, it's been my experience. Now, I reading about God and his work with humanity on the earth always fills me with hope and with joy. 10 (47m 25s): Because if God can work through the people and the pages of scripture, I have hope. And that he can work through me. And that gives me great joy. And it should give you great joy as well. This almost understood this. Psalm 1 19, 1 says this, Joyful are people of integrity who follow the instructions of the Lord, joyful, blessed, happier people of integrity who follow the instructions of Lord, how do we get to that place of integrity? We follow the instruction of the Lord. Integrity flows out of our obedience. And so we become people, man, women, young people, old people of integrity. 10 (48m 6s): When we do what God has asked us to do, Ne Maya got it. He said, The joy of the Lord is our strength. The joy of the Lord is our strength. Where do we get that joy from just doing the will of God? It fills us with just this great deal of joy and confidence because we're doing what God has called us to do. And accompanied the fruit of that obedience is joy. What's the opposite of that? Disobedience brings what? Turmoil. Turmoil. Right? It it just kind of causes angst in our souls. Like I see, Lord, I see, but I, I'm not interested, right? So, so there's this inward internal battle as believers and I, we re we really experience it every day because, I dunno, most people I know get up in the morning and that's when they have their devotional time. 10 (48m 53s): Others do it at night and that's great. But this is the reality. We wake up in the morning, everything's got our attention, right? Like I gotta get my first cup of coffee, right? Because Lord, I'm not gonna be able to really pay attention to what you're saying until I get my first cup of coffee. Well, Lord, I I really need to gotta wake up. So I need to see what's going on in the world. So I click on the internet and I see what's going on on my, you know, homepage. Oh, interesting, interesting. Another cup of coffee that would be helpful, right? Lord. So I'm gonna get another cup of coffee and get my second cup of coffee and oh, I got some emails or, or text messages that are, I mean, they've been waiting all night. 10 (49m 35s): I gotta, I gotta get to 'em eventually, right? So I jump onto that, right? So I probably use a third cup of coffee. I, I have, I mean, after all, I do have three cups of coffee every single morning, right? So it's important that I get my third cup of coffee. And so right within, something pops up, I'm on social media, I'm like, well this is pretty interesting, right? So before long it's been hour and a half and I'm just trying to wake up. Well, so now I'm ready to work. I got like very little time to get ready to go. So, hey, let's pick it up at lunchtime, Lord. Lunchtime rolls around. Oh, I'm so hungry. Let's go in and out. Let's get ourselves a, that's what a hamburger's all about, right? 10 (50m 16s): I mean, you gotta, you gotta eat, right? We're watching this show called Alone. If you guys seen it, it's a great show, right? Custom language. So forgive me for that. But it's a great show, right? So these people are alone on an island and they're trying to survive off the land and they're like, they're 30 days and 40 days and 50 days and, and they're like getting, they're losing. Wait, one guy went on the show and he, he put on like a hundred extra pounds so that on the show he could lose a hundred pounds and still be okay. Like, he's like, I'm gonna chunk it up or I'm gonna, I'm gonna put on some weight. So he's there for, I was watching, I think it was last night, and he's lost like 68 pounds, but he still got some, some love on him. 10 (50m 58s): Like he still can lose some weight. And so, and so he's prepared, he's like going into the, this competition with some chunk on him so that he can survive, right? I'm thinking this is what we need to be doing as believers, like going into the competition, which is the battle, which is life. Like we need to get fated up for the battle, right? Spiritually get a little fat on you, right? Get a little, like, don't just get enough for the moment. Like get enough for the day and, and then get up the next morning and just gorge yourself on some food. Cuz you might get out there in the day. And then you're having to do what these other poor people do and they're eating these mushrooms and these roots and, and snails and mice and right? 10 (51m 54s): So we kind of do the same thing. We resort to things that are just kind of, it's not, it's, but it's not a sign of beef, right? I mean, like God's word is, I mean, I'm thinking of poorer house. Sorry. If you're, if you're a vegetarian, I'm sorry, but I'm not. I never will be. So just like a big old fat poor us. But we gotta we gotta make it intentional. We gotta be intentional. So the joy that the scripture talks about, the joy of the Godly is the reward for godliness. Those, those people on the show, they're all cranky. 10 (52m 34s): Why? Because they're hungry. So they're hangry, right? So when you're not filled up with the word of God and the truth of God, you can get the same way, get spiritually kind of hangry, right? You'll, but when you've feasted well on the word of God, you've got the capacity to have the joy of God. If you don't feast on the word of God, your capacity to have the joy of God is greatly hindered. That's just the way it is. That's why we've talked about this in the wilderness, the people of Israel, they were given man a daily, right? And if they took extra for the next day, fearful that God wasn't going to provide for them, it turned stinky and filled with maggots, right? 10 (53m 19s): And so God said, Hey, trust me, get enough for the day and eat. So get it in, fill it up, and then do it again tomorrow. It's the design every day we're meant to get the word of God, the manner of God. Joyful. First two, joyful are those who obey his loss and search for him with all their hearts. So what we're talking about actually takes effort. Joyful are those who obey that obedience always takes effort, right? We gotta make a decision. I'm going to obey, I'm going to do what God has asked me to do and search for him with all their hearts. And so it requires effort to do what God has called us to do. We, we, it would be so much easier if it was just, well, if it was easier, right? 10 (54m 3s): I texted somebody years ago and we're having coffees and they're like, Man, this Christian life is so hard. I just want it to be easy. I'm like, were you reading the same book that I'm reading? Like I'm not sure that you're reading the same, It's not gonna be easy. We have moments where it's less hard and there's plenty of joy along the way. But we are in a, a spiritual battle in the chapel up the road, we used to have this gray door that, you know, the big four foot wide door if you've been in that building. And we put that door in there and it came in gray. I'm like, that's perfect. It doesn't match the decor, but it's like battleship gray. 10 (54m 44s): Like it reminds us that we're on a battleship but not a cruise ship. Like if we're here, it's because we've got positions of responsibility. We realize that we're in a battle. And so we kept it battleship great until somebody pinned it off white. Didn't that just perfect? Like it went from battleship great like call to action and then to off white. I don't know what happened there, but we lost our vision there for a moment. And, but this is the reality is that we're called to action. It's not always gonna be easy. In fact, most of the times it's gonna be hard work. But the joy of the Lord is our strength. 10 (55m 24s): First three, they do not compromise with evil. This is so back to verse two, Joy floor, those who obey the laws and search for him with all their hearts. So this takes effort, the result, the results of the effort, the fruit of the effort. Verse three, they do not compromise with evil and they walk only in his paths. This is the result of just heartfelt dedication to Jesus, to follow him and to do what he's called us to do. They do not compromise with evil. Maybe you're struggling today with compromise, with some form of evil. You fell in the blank. The world is full of all kinds of evil things that were can be tempted to be running toward. 10 (56m 7s): If you're tempted, you need to stop and get into the word and open up the word of God and just inform your spirit and make a decision in your heart and mind that I am going to follow the Lord Jesus Christ and not compromise with evil, but only walk in his paths. You have charged us, verse four, to keep your commandments carefully. So if you pull that word apart, command mince. It's not suggest mince doesn't even sound very good to say. Let me give you some adjustments, right? 10 (56m 48s): Like it's silly, right? These are words of instruction that God has given to his people. Commandments are commands keeping the commandments or the precepts. Teaching guidelines and principles of God are not optional, actually they're commanded by God. And the whole Bible is a book of instruction and it's kind of pointless to read it and not do what it says. And this almost agreed, he said, Oh, that my actions would consistently reflect your decrees that interesting. 10 (57m 29s): All my actions would consistently reflect your decree. So the writer of Psalms in Psalm one 19 uses eight different words to describe God's word. God's law. He uses eight different words and we don't have time to unpack them today, but each of the words help with a little bit more information, a little more. They give us a little more clarity about what the writer is talking about. So we see law words and then laws. It's actually a different Greek word in the text with a diff slightly different meaning that gives it more better nuance. And again, we don't have time to unpack it, but I would encourage you as homeward to go unpack it and see what you learn. 10 (58m 14s): Laws word, laws, statute, command, decreed, precepts, word or promise. Although my actions would consistently reflect your decree, this was the desire of the writer of the Psalms. He, he probably had an experience where he wasn't doing what he's writing about. And the result was, well, it's everything that we know because we're all guilty of falling short. We know the result. It's, we get lethargic spiritually. We get kind of luke warm spiritually. We get a little less convicted about sin spiritually, where we kind of allow ourselves to be drawn into things that are unhealthy forest spiritually. And so there's a whole host of things that will happen and God knows what will strengthen us. 10 (58m 58s): And the enemy knows what will trip us up. God knows that his word will strengthen us so that my actions would consistently reflect your decrease then I will not be ashamed when I compare my life with your commands and ashamed. That's a word that we can identify with, right? Because we've all felt some shame when we've not aligned our lives with this precepts. We've all felt the cringe of shame. The Lord doesn't want us to feel shameful. So he gives us the antidote here, the remedies that just do what I've called you to do. So the word of God, like a mirror, we talk about this a lot. So we hold up to our lives so that we can kind of see how we're doing. 10 (59m 41s): Lord, how's my life? In light of the word, we hold it up and we say, Yeah, I, I'm not doing that very well, but I, I'm grown here. And so we can kind of discern how we are doing then I will not be ashamed when I compare my life with your commands as I, as I learn your righteous regulations. I will thank you by living as I should. I will obey your decre. Please don't give up on me. This Thomas is so real, right? Because he's like most of us, we're like wanting to honor the Lord with our lives. We're wanting to see God with our whole lives, but we stumble and fall short. 10 (1h 0m 22s): And so the writers saying, Hey, don't, don't give up on me. I wanna make you promise that God will not give up on you. He, he loves you if you stumble, get back up. Anybody have ever, have you ever had to do that before? Many times. Once or twice, right? Like all the time. Like you stumble, right? So you, you don't just stay there in the gut, you get back up, you get back up. And God promises never to give up on you when you say, Lord, I'm, I'm wanting to live my life. I'm doing it imperfectly altogether, but I want to honor you. So this is a humble and accurate prayer for all of us. Lord, my heart and my desire are to honor and obey you. 10 (1h 1m 4s): But please don't give up on me when I stumble. Number one, God's word brings joy to those who follow it. Number two, God's word brings purity to those who obey it. So joy and purity are the results of people who will press in honor and obey God's words. Al 1 19 9 says, How can a young person keep, stay pure? How can a young person stay pure by obeying your word? Good for young, good for old, right? Young and old. How can a person stay pure by just doing what God's word says by obeying your word. 10 (1h 1m 48s): A pure life is the result of obedience. If you're struggling with your personal purity, it's because you're struggling with obedience to the word. And the simple answer is open up the word every day and say, I am going to be obedient by your grace and in your strength. And just begin to walk that out. The internet's the worst place in the world to try to live in personal purity, right? Because things pop up. I was doing an internet search, I shared it with Neil, one of my elders here. And I said, Hey, I was doing this internet search and this all these sites came up. I'm like, Holy walk ole. And I was sitting right there in the sound booth on a Friday, last Friday. I'm like, goodness gracious, I didn't think this search would bring those opportunities, you know? 10 (1h 2m 29s): So they didn't populate the screen, but they certainly populated my options to click on. And I told Neil, I said, I'm so grateful that I've got covenant eyes on my computer so that my wife sees everything on my iPad, my laptop, my phone, So that even if I'm tempted, didn't want to click, I'm afraid to death to do it right? So there's some really good practical things we can put into place to help us not to stumble, right? 10 (1h 3m 10s): So we heard a couple weeks ago that Jeremy talked about the age, I think it's age, right around age 6, 7, 8 years old is the time when little boys and girls have their first, first exposure to hardcore pornography. Hardcore stuff. So what are you gonna do about it? Like you gotta put safeguards and parameters on your devices, right? Dudes. It's not like going to your uncle's house and finding a playboy in his shop. You're carrying the junk with you all the time. 10 (1h 3m 51s): So you're not gonna just possibly stumble onto it. You're going to stumble upon it. So you gotta personal purity is, it's in your hands to figure it out. Pure life as a result of obedience. I've tried hard to find you. If the writer says, Don't let me wander from your commands, Obedience requires effort. Purity requires effort. You gotta decide. I'm not looking at that, I'm not doing that. I'm not participating in that. I'm not doing it. 10 (1h 4m 32s): And then don't do it. Hm? I've hidden your word of my heart that I might not sin against you. We are out of time. The last point is about the wisdom that is available to us. God's word brings wisdom to those who desire it. So part of joy and personal purity and the wisdom is, is engaging your heart, your life, your mind and the word of God. And it's true for people who are brand new in the faith. And it's true for people who've been walking with Jesus for decades, forever because the battle is never over this side of heaven. 10 (1h 5m 18s): It's a battle. We need to get some, Oh, we kinda have some battleship gray on these chairs. But anyway, you get the point. What have you learned and what will you do with what you've learned? What will you, what's your takeaway? What are you gonna do? Spend time with the word, Spend time with the word. How's that different from what you're doing now? Okay, good. What else? Some of you need to get covenant eyes on your computer, All of your devices, all of them. What else? Walk in the spirit. Walk in the spirit. Yeah, yeah, yeah. She's too obey. 10 (1h 5m 58s): Hmm. Choose to obey Jews. Yeah. What do you, when you stumble though, what? What do you do when you stumble? Pass, Forgive forgiveness. Ask God for forgiveness. Keep going, right? Yeah. Gary. Trust in obey. Trust in obey Jesus. So practically speaking, Gary, so you've been walking with Jesus for, I don't know, hundred years probably. Gary is my youth pastor in junior high school. And so we go back a couple years. And so Gary, in all of your years as a leader, as a believer, as a follower of the Lord, Jesus Christ, all of these things sound good, right? 10 (1h 6m 40s): In principle, we, we want the joy. We we, we want the purity, we want the wisdom. But it kept, come up here, Gary, for a moment, come up here for a moment. I never do this. And I started last week and I might just keep going. We'll see. So Gary, let's invite the worship team up as well. Cuz we're gonna worship and we're gonna take communion. And so I'm putting you on the spot cuz I know that I can, Hey Gary, you want me say, I don't know. So I mean these are, you know these are good. Theoretically they're good and and truth, they're solid. But what happens when you're having a bad day and you say something, do something regret a decision. 10 (1h 7m 29s): What? I mean how do you get back? I mean what do you do to, can you, can you alt? Can you overcome that altogether? 11 (1h 7m 37s): I don't think you can over, excuse me, I don't think you can overcome it all together, this side of heaven. But when we fall we have to rise. We have to keep running. The Christian walk is not a sprint or a hundred yard dash. That's what I've learned. It's a long distance race, a marathon. And Jesus promised to always be with us. 10 (1h 8m 2s): But your wife left you. 11 (1h 8m 4s): Yeah. 10 (1h 8m 5s): What does that, I mean, how does that settle? 11 (1h 8m 9s): That was one of the hardest things I've ever had to face in my life. But it wasn't my doing, it wasn't my fault. It was like a, a boat drifting away from the dock. I could see it. And before long she didn't wanna walk with Jesus anymore. And I was one of the elders in the church. She didn't wanna be with me anymore. I have some good friends that I stayed with for a little while cuz I was kicked outta the house and every morning I would get up and I would read my Bible and my friend's wife said to me, Carrie, how can you do that with what you're going through? 11 (1h 8m 50s): You just continue to read the Bible. And I said, Because it's the only thing I have. The word of God is truth. There is no other truth. And it kept me going because I kept listening to what God said, Put one foot in front of the other, Love your children, be there for them and continue on. After seven years, God gave me a wonderful new wife, my Nelly, and she loves the Lord with all of her heart. 11 (1h 9m 31s): Sometimes I think she loves him more than I do. She knows how to reprove me in a way that I receive it. When I mess up, I ask her forgiveness and she forgives me. When she messes up, she asks my forgiveness and I forgive her. It takes two forgiving people to make a marriage work. All I can say is the word of God has been my rock, my strength, my daily necessary food. That's what David said. I have esteemed your word more than my daily food. Yeah, it's like Steve was saying, do you get up and eat breakfast first? 11 (1h 10m 13s): No. Sit down and read the word of God. Even if it's just five minutes, meditate on a verse. The art of meditation is a lost art. And what David meant was to let it roll around in your mind until you're muttering it. That's what the ancients used to do. The Earl Amen of God, Tozer Spurgeon, you could go on and on. There were so many, they relied on the word of God every day and they didn't take a step without it. And that's all I can say. 11 (1h 10m 53s): That's what helped me for 50 years now I've been walking with the Lord. September 20th was 50 years and he's never thank you. 3 (1h 11m 20s): Psalm 2 (1h 11m 22s): Says 3 (1h 11m 23s): That says that the Lord magnifies its word. Even 2 (1h 11m 28s): That's, that's 10 (1h 11m 30s): Very powerful. We're gonna take communion and so it's a good time to examine your hearts and maybe it's time to re rededicate, recommit. Maybe you've been through a hard path like Gary and like some so many of us and you've been angry with God. You've been harboring bitterness, resentment. Well at this time of worship and remembrance, be a time where you get set free. Paul wrote in first Corinthians 1123, For I receive from the Lord what I also delivered to you. 10 (1h 12m 13s): That the Lord Jesus on the night when he was betrayed, he took bread and when he had given thanks, he broke it and said, This is my body which is given for you. Do this to remember me. Let's take the bread. 10 (1h 12m 56s): In the same way, He also, he took the cup after supper saying this cup is the new covenant in my blood. Do this as often as you drink it in remembrance of me. For as often as you eat this bread and drink this cup, you, you proclaimed the Lord's death until he returns. Let's go ahead and take the cup. Thank you Lord. Thank you for your word. Lord, thank you for Giving us joy. 10 (1h 13m 40s): Joy is so available to us. It's promise to us. Thank you for purity. It's available to us and promise to us. 2 (1h 13m 55s): Thank 10 (1h 13m 56s): You for wisdom, Lord. It's available and promise to us, we love you. We need you. Thank you for your grace Jesus name. Let's go ahead and stand up and worship 6 (1h 14m 29s): To you, my friend and all to you. 6 (1h 16m 18s): Sing it out and declare this truth. I all to you, I all to you are my God. One more time I to you are my Father. 6 (1h 17m 8s): We could just 12 (1h 17m 9s): Stay in your presence all day. Thank you for the honor that it is to exalt your name. Thank you for your scriptures. Thank you for your word that never returns void. Lord, maybe we wake up in the morning with a desire to open our Bibles. May we wake up with a desire to get your word in our spirits and on our minds. Thank you that you are faithful. Thank you for your love. Would you go before us this week? 12 (1h 17m 51s): It's in your precious name we pray. Amen.

The Daily Standup
Scrum Guide 2020 Throwback - Does Individual Accountability Create Silos?

The Daily Standup

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 12:37


Scrum Guide 2020 Throwback - Does Individual Accountability Create Silos? Referring back to an article that was first published in December 2020, we discuss issues with specific name designations and how the battle of words could be eroding our chance to initiate higher performance and allow teams to work more closely together.

Beyond Charminar
Who were the Razakaars of the Hyderabad state? A brief history

Beyond Charminar

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 48:45


Off-late, the word Razakaars is being thrown around in political circles quite often in Telangana. Referring to the militia under ex-MIM Leader Qasim Razvi in the Hyderabad state during its last Nizam, the Razakars have once resurfaced in the state's politics. The Hyderabad state, under its last Nizam Osman Ali Khan (1911-48), became part of India on Sept 17, 1948, more than a year after the British left. What happened in the last two years before that is needed to understand the Razakars, the Nizam and the annexation. Rakesh Kamal, Co-founder of Suno India, speaks with host Yunus Lasania to unravel the entire saga of the Hyderabad state in 1948. See sunoindia.in/privacy-policy for privacy information.

Don't Judge Me Podcast

Your hosts @curlemd(Nygel) and @jaydelnegro(Jay) are back for episode 149.

Don't Judge Me.

Your hosts @curlemd(Nygel) and @jaydelnegro(Jay) are back for episode 149.

Hacker Valley Studio
Recruiting and How to Find the Perfect Match with Mimi Gross

Hacker Valley Studio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 27:26


Mimi Gross, Founder and Cybersecurity Matchmaker at People By Mimi, connects early stage through Series C cybersecurity startups with sales and marketing talent. As a recruiter and headhunter with over 5 years of experience, Mimi refers to the process of recruiting and hiring as “cybersecurity matchmaking.” Mimi joins Hacker Valley Studio this week to talk about what recruiting and dating have in common (including marriage!), and the ways to deal with rejection during the hiring process.    Timecoded Guide: [00:00] Defining the term “cybersecurity matchmaking” as a recruiter [04:00] Commonalities between recruiting and dating advice  [07:55] Dealing with job rejection like a bad breakup [15:17] Balancing hiring manager wants and needs in the recruitment process [20:11] Emphasizing chemistry between the ideal candidate and their future employer   Sponsor Links:  Thank you to our sponsors Axonius and Uptycs for bringing this episode to life!  The Axonius solution correlates asset data from existing solutions to provide an always up-to-date inventory, uncover gaps, and automate action — giving IT and security teams the confidence to control complexity. Learn more at axonius.com/hackervalley  With Uptycs, modern defenders can prioritize, investigate and respond to threats across the entire attack surface—all from a common solution: uptycs.com.    Where did the term “cybersecurity matchmaking” come from? There's a huge element of matchmaking in recruiting. That's essentially what you're doing — you're matching a potential candidate with a potential new position. Certain recruiters and companies instead treat the act of recruiting candidates and hiring new employees like a sales transaction. This feels impersonal for everyone involved. Referring to recruiting as “matchmaking” reminds everyone involved that there are humans in the process at every stage, from application to references, interviews to onboarding. “Early on, I was disillusioned with recruiting, because I realized that people don't treat it like finding the perfect match. It's like sales for some people. I quickly said, ‘I can't do this thing unless I can call it matchmaking.' That's where the term came in.” What does dating advice have to do with recruiting? In both recruiting and dating, you're trying to find the “right” fit. In dating, both people in a relationship are looking for “the one”; someone to grow with long term and to build a mutually beneficial relationship with. In recruiting, the founder or hiring manager is looking for the right candidate for the role, while the job searcher is looking for the right job for their career. In both dating and recruiting, when you find the right one, it won't be a huge compromise or a challenging fit; the relationship will feel authentic and natural. “I find that the best matches I make — and I love to call them matches, because they really are — I look back at them, like, ‘You know, that was a good match.' In those great matches, the chemistry was there right away.”   How do you help candidates deal with rejection? Rejection is part of the recruiting process, just like how breaking up is part of the dating cycle. There are going to be times when the fit isn't right and the job you want goes to a different candidate. The trick is to not take it personally. Instead, take a learning approach to the situation. The company might need to go in a different direction, or someone else in the organization may be taking over the position. Unlike dating, the hiring process is unrelated to who you are as a person. Focus on learning and applying your experience elsewhere. “It's not just about not taking rejection personally. You have to see that there will be the right fit for you, and that also, the person who is rejecting you now could be a valuable person to know in the future. Never burn bridges.”   What is one of the most important aspects in recruiting? Chemistry is key in the recruiting process. You may have a company executive or a hiring manager who wants a specific trait from their applicants, like an Ivy League education. As a recruiter, you have to dig beneath the surface to discover the “why” behind a job qualification or educational requirement. Perhaps the employer actually wants someone organized or detail-oriented. Getting to know the “why” means that you can find the actual right fit, while the chemistry between the job seeker and the hiring executive will take care of the rest. “In the beginning, if you find the right match, the dating metaphor here is that nobody's perfect. You have to figure out what kind of imperfect you can handle and you can love, and that's the right match.” ----------  Links:  Spend some time with our guest Mimi Gross on LinkedIn Learn more about cybersecurity matchmaking on the People By Mimi website Connect with Ron Eddings on LinkedIn and Twitter Connect with Chris Cochran on LinkedIn and Twitter Purchase a HVS t-shirt at our shop Continue the conversation by joining our Discord Check out Hacker Valley Media and Hacker Valley Studio

The CC Podcast: The Daily Dose
Luke 19:42 - The Kind of Peace Jesus Is Referring To - Matt Reisetter

The CC Podcast: The Daily Dose

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 7:31


Thank you to our 2022 Daily Dose Devotions sponsor, https://www.thefamilyleader.com/ (The Family Leader)! Here are a few other ministries we are proud to highlight and partner with: Christian Crusaders, where you can find weekly 30 minute worship services at https://christiancrusaders.org/ (ChristianCrusaders.org) AND where you can hear engaging interviews and other content on https://christiancrusaders.org/ccpod-conversations (The CC Podcast: Conversations). Cedar Falls Bible Conference, whose conference videos are available at https://cedarfallsbibleconference.com/ (CedarFallsBibleConference.com). And please consider joining us for our 102nd annual conference: Saturday, July 29 – Saturday, August 5, 2023. https://p2cdigital.com/ (Power to Change Digital Strategies): If you or someone you know could benefit from an anonymous online Christian mentor, please visit https://issuesiface.com/ (IssuesIFace.com). Please subscribe to or follow this podcast, leave a 5 star review, and prayerfully consider financially supporting one of our partnering ministries. Thank you for listening, and may God richly bless you! Contributors to The Daily Dose include: Tim Boettger - Director of Spiritual Care at Western Home Communities and Associate Radio Preacher for Christian Crusaders Radio & Internet Ministry Pastor Steve Kramer - Radio Preacher for Christian Crusaders Radio & Internet Ministry Andrew Nordstrom - Technical Director of Christian Crusaders Radio & Internet Ministry Matt Reisetter - Director of Christian Crusaders Radio & Internet Ministry and Director of the Cedar Falls Bible Conference Special thanks to, Terri, our podcast announcer!

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Crossings Community Church - Terry Feix Audio
What Is the Wesleyan Stuff Marty Keeps Referring to? (September 21, 2022)

Crossings Community Church - Terry Feix Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 67:00


Crossings Community Church crossings.church Dr. Cliff Sanders September 21, 2022

All Things Substance
Stop Referring Out: You Can Work With Substance Use Clients In-House

All Things Substance

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 33:51


Stop referring out when substance use comes up. You have the skills you need to help your clients with their substance use issues. You may just need a little more information and perhaps some guidance. But the type of substance use that comes up in outpatient therapy is something that can likely be handled in-house. Today I'll break this down and tell you how and why.

Post Acute Care Saves The World! by HCS
Episode 12: I'm thinking of getting rid of my sales team, is it a mistake? I manage a for-profit Agency. How do I compete with nonprofits who say we are greedy? A high referring account stopped...

Post Acute Care Saves The World! by HCS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 12:34


In this episode of the Post Acute Care Saves The World Podcast, we cover three questions that regularly come across our desk: 1. I'm thinking of getting rid of my sales team, but don't want to make a mistake. Any advice? 2. I manage a for profit home health and hospice agency. How do I compete with non-profits who claim we are greedy? 3. I have an account that was referring 4-5 patients each month. They quit referring. What should I do now? Be sure to connect with us at homecaresales.com/welcome Additionally, if you want to take advantage of our bonus gift and the Roadmap to Referrals, email mike@homecaresales.com with the subject line "podcast" and he'll reach out to you to set up a call. If you have any questions, feel free to email Jason Lewallen at jason@homecaresales.com and we'll be glad to connect.

Crossings Community Church - Terry Feix Audio
What Is the Wesleyan Stuff Marty Keeps Referring to? (September 21, 2022)

Crossings Community Church - Terry Feix Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 67:00


Crossings Community Church crossings.church Dr. Cliff Sanders September 21, 2022

New Books in American Studies
Randall Balmer, "Passion Plays: How Religion Shaped Sports in North America" (UNC Press, 2022)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 61:41


Randall Balmer was a late convert to sports talk radio, but he quickly became addicted, just like millions of other devoted American sports fans. As a historian of religion, the more he listened, Balmer couldn't help but wonder how the fervor he heard related to religious practice. Houses of worship once railed against Sabbath-busting sports events, but today most willingly accommodate Super Bowl Sunday. On the other hand, basketball's inventor, James Naismith, was an ardent follower of Muscular Christianity and believed the game would help develop religious character. But today those religious roots are largely forgotten. Here one of our most insightful writers on American religion trains his focus on that other great passion--team sports--to reveal their surprising connections.  In Passion Plays: How Religion Shaped Sports in North America (UNC Press, 2022), Balmer explores the origins and histories of big-time sports from the late nineteenth century to the present, with entertaining anecdotes and fresh insights into their ties to religious life. Referring to Notre Dame football, The Catholic Sun called its fandom "a kind of sacramental." Legions of sports fans reading Passion Plays will recognize exactly what that means. Randall Balmer holds the John Phillips Chair in Religion at Dartmouth College. Jackson Reinhardt is a graduate of University of Southern California and Vanderbilt University. He is currently an independent scholar, freelance writer, and research assistant. You can reach Jackson at jtreinhardt1997@gmail.com and follow him on Twitter @JTRhardt Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in Religion
Randall Balmer, "Passion Plays: How Religion Shaped Sports in North America" (UNC Press, 2022)

New Books in Religion

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 61:41


Randall Balmer was a late convert to sports talk radio, but he quickly became addicted, just like millions of other devoted American sports fans. As a historian of religion, the more he listened, Balmer couldn't help but wonder how the fervor he heard related to religious practice. Houses of worship once railed against Sabbath-busting sports events, but today most willingly accommodate Super Bowl Sunday. On the other hand, basketball's inventor, James Naismith, was an ardent follower of Muscular Christianity and believed the game would help develop religious character. But today those religious roots are largely forgotten. Here one of our most insightful writers on American religion trains his focus on that other great passion--team sports--to reveal their surprising connections.  In Passion Plays: How Religion Shaped Sports in North America (UNC Press, 2022), Balmer explores the origins and histories of big-time sports from the late nineteenth century to the present, with entertaining anecdotes and fresh insights into their ties to religious life. Referring to Notre Dame football, The Catholic Sun called its fandom "a kind of sacramental." Legions of sports fans reading Passion Plays will recognize exactly what that means. Randall Balmer holds the John Phillips Chair in Religion at Dartmouth College. Jackson Reinhardt is a graduate of University of Southern California and Vanderbilt University. He is currently an independent scholar, freelance writer, and research assistant. You can reach Jackson at jtreinhardt1997@gmail.com and follow him on Twitter @JTRhardt Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/religion

New Books Network
Randall Balmer, "Passion Plays: How Religion Shaped Sports in North America" (UNC Press, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 61:41


Randall Balmer was a late convert to sports talk radio, but he quickly became addicted, just like millions of other devoted American sports fans. As a historian of religion, the more he listened, Balmer couldn't help but wonder how the fervor he heard related to religious practice. Houses of worship once railed against Sabbath-busting sports events, but today most willingly accommodate Super Bowl Sunday. On the other hand, basketball's inventor, James Naismith, was an ardent follower of Muscular Christianity and believed the game would help develop religious character. But today those religious roots are largely forgotten. Here one of our most insightful writers on American religion trains his focus on that other great passion--team sports--to reveal their surprising connections.  In Passion Plays: How Religion Shaped Sports in North America (UNC Press, 2022), Balmer explores the origins and histories of big-time sports from the late nineteenth century to the present, with entertaining anecdotes and fresh insights into their ties to religious life. Referring to Notre Dame football, The Catholic Sun called its fandom "a kind of sacramental." Legions of sports fans reading Passion Plays will recognize exactly what that means. Randall Balmer holds the John Phillips Chair in Religion at Dartmouth College. Jackson Reinhardt is a graduate of University of Southern California and Vanderbilt University. He is currently an independent scholar, freelance writer, and research assistant. You can reach Jackson at jtreinhardt1997@gmail.com and follow him on Twitter @JTRhardt Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in History
Randall Balmer, "Passion Plays: How Religion Shaped Sports in North America" (UNC Press, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 61:41


Randall Balmer was a late convert to sports talk radio, but he quickly became addicted, just like millions of other devoted American sports fans. As a historian of religion, the more he listened, Balmer couldn't help but wonder how the fervor he heard related to religious practice. Houses of worship once railed against Sabbath-busting sports events, but today most willingly accommodate Super Bowl Sunday. On the other hand, basketball's inventor, James Naismith, was an ardent follower of Muscular Christianity and believed the game would help develop religious character. But today those religious roots are largely forgotten. Here one of our most insightful writers on American religion trains his focus on that other great passion--team sports--to reveal their surprising connections.  In Passion Plays: How Religion Shaped Sports in North America (UNC Press, 2022), Balmer explores the origins and histories of big-time sports from the late nineteenth century to the present, with entertaining anecdotes and fresh insights into their ties to religious life. Referring to Notre Dame football, The Catholic Sun called its fandom "a kind of sacramental." Legions of sports fans reading Passion Plays will recognize exactly what that means. Randall Balmer holds the John Phillips Chair in Religion at Dartmouth College. Jackson Reinhardt is a graduate of University of Southern California and Vanderbilt University. He is currently an independent scholar, freelance writer, and research assistant. You can reach Jackson at jtreinhardt1997@gmail.com and follow him on Twitter @JTRhardt Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Sociology
Randall Balmer, "Passion Plays: How Religion Shaped Sports in North America" (UNC Press, 2022)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 61:41


Randall Balmer was a late convert to sports talk radio, but he quickly became addicted, just like millions of other devoted American sports fans. As a historian of religion, the more he listened, Balmer couldn't help but wonder how the fervor he heard related to religious practice. Houses of worship once railed against Sabbath-busting sports events, but today most willingly accommodate Super Bowl Sunday. On the other hand, basketball's inventor, James Naismith, was an ardent follower of Muscular Christianity and believed the game would help develop religious character. But today those religious roots are largely forgotten. Here one of our most insightful writers on American religion trains his focus on that other great passion--team sports--to reveal their surprising connections.  In Passion Plays: How Religion Shaped Sports in North America (UNC Press, 2022), Balmer explores the origins and histories of big-time sports from the late nineteenth century to the present, with entertaining anecdotes and fresh insights into their ties to religious life. Referring to Notre Dame football, The Catholic Sun called its fandom "a kind of sacramental." Legions of sports fans reading Passion Plays will recognize exactly what that means. Randall Balmer holds the John Phillips Chair in Religion at Dartmouth College. Jackson Reinhardt is a graduate of University of Southern California and Vanderbilt University. He is currently an independent scholar, freelance writer, and research assistant. You can reach Jackson at jtreinhardt1997@gmail.com and follow him on Twitter @JTRhardt Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

New Books in Sports
Randall Balmer, "Passion Plays: How Religion Shaped Sports in North America" (UNC Press, 2022)

New Books in Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 61:41


Randall Balmer was a late convert to sports talk radio, but he quickly became addicted, just like millions of other devoted American sports fans. As a historian of religion, the more he listened, Balmer couldn't help but wonder how the fervor he heard related to religious practice. Houses of worship once railed against Sabbath-busting sports events, but today most willingly accommodate Super Bowl Sunday. On the other hand, basketball's inventor, James Naismith, was an ardent follower of Muscular Christianity and believed the game would help develop religious character. But today those religious roots are largely forgotten. Here one of our most insightful writers on American religion trains his focus on that other great passion--team sports--to reveal their surprising connections.  In Passion Plays: How Religion Shaped Sports in North America (UNC Press, 2022), Balmer explores the origins and histories of big-time sports from the late nineteenth century to the present, with entertaining anecdotes and fresh insights into their ties to religious life. Referring to Notre Dame football, The Catholic Sun called its fandom "a kind of sacramental." Legions of sports fans reading Passion Plays will recognize exactly what that means. Randall Balmer holds the John Phillips Chair in Religion at Dartmouth College. Jackson Reinhardt is a graduate of University of Southern California and Vanderbilt University. He is currently an independent scholar, freelance writer, and research assistant. You can reach Jackson at jtreinhardt1997@gmail.com and follow him on Twitter @JTRhardt Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sports

Netiv.net - Weekly Torah Class
Who is Isaiah 9:6 referring to

Netiv.net - Weekly Torah Class

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 155:05


Who is Isaiah 9:6 referring to

Crossings Community Church - Terry Feix Audio
What Is the Wesleyan Stuff Marty Keeps Referring to? (September 14, 2022)

Crossings Community Church - Terry Feix Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 62:44


Crossings Community Church crossings.church Dr. Cliff Sanders September 14, 2022

Crossings Community Church - Terry Feix Audio
What is the Wesleyan stuff Marty keeps referring to? (September 7, 2022)

Crossings Community Church - Terry Feix Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 55:54


Crossings Community Church crossings.church Dr. Cliff Sanders September 7, 2022

Today's RDH Dental Hygiene Podcast
Audio Article: Mutual Respect - Avoid Referring to Dental Colleagues as ‘Just a …'

Today's RDH Dental Hygiene Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 12:55


Mutual Respect: Avoid Referring to Dental Colleagues as ‘Just a …' By Lara James, RDH Original article published on Today's RDH: https://www.todaysrdh.com/mutual-respect-avoid-referring-to-dental-colleagues-as-just-a/ This audio article is sponsored by LISTERINE®. Although LISTERINE® Antiseptic is the most extensively tested over-the-counter mouthrisnse in the world, with over 30 long-term clinical trials examining its safety and efficacy, there is still some misinformation out there over the uses of mouthrinses containing alcohol. To help understand the safety of alcohol-containing mouthrines, in case any patients ask you about it, head on over to https://rdh.tv/ListerineSafety Need CE? Start earning CE credits today at https://rdh.tv/ce Get daily dental hygiene articles at https://www.todaysrdh.com Follow Today's RDH on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TodaysRDH/ Follow Kara RDH on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DentalHygieneKaraRDH/ Follow Kara RDH on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kara_rdh/

Agile Coaches' Corner
Helping an Organization Meet Its Needs with Dan Neumann

Agile Coaches' Corner

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 18:04


This week, Dan Neumann welcomes you to celebrate episode number 200! The Agile Coaches' Corner Podcast began back in 2018 and the journey continues! During these years there were many guests, an increasing amount of listeners, and numerous Agile topics were explored. Thank you for being part of these first 200 shows!   In this episode, Dan is exploring a typical situation: Trying to explain the benefits of the Agile ways to someone who is not immersed in the Agile field. Referring to the Agile principles, values, or even the Agile Manifesto won't help stakeholders. Listen to this episode and learn to communicate how Agile can help an organization to meet its needs (without mentioning the word Agile!)   Key Takeaways It can be challenging to communicate the benefits of using Agile to stakeholders not referring to Agile. If you are operating in an area of high uncertainty (or a complex environment) Scrum is the answer. The Scrum framework works to deliver increments every sprint, and by receiving feedback to make sure the product developed works and meets the definition of done. This helps to have more certainty and get closer to a solution for the customer. The Scrum Framework is a great assistance in reducing risks. When working with an organization in helping them to be more effective, you need to understand what “effective” looks like for them. First, you need to know what is valuable for the organization in order to help them along the journey of becoming more effective. Beginning with the end in mind helps you learn what is important and form tactics and strategies needed to assist an organization in a better way. Dan talks about the presentation he will do at The Agile + DevOps East Festival: It is OK to be unsafe: Scaling without using somebody else's framework. Dan will talk in this presentation about what needs to be explored in order to help an organization meet its needs, and choose the strategies and tactics that make more sense in that specific context (Scrum is a great framework but it might not be the right for everyone).   Mentioned in this Episode: Listen to Agile Coaches' Corner's most popular show: What is Agile? No: The Only Negotiating System You Need for Work and Home, by Jim Camp Begin With the End in Mind: Habit 2 of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, by Stephen Covey Find more about The Agile + DevOps East Festival   Want to Learn More or Get in Touch? Visit the website and catch up with all the episodes on AgileThought.com! Email your thoughts or suggestions to Podcast@AgileThought.com or Tweet @AgileThought using #AgileThoughtPodcast!   Contact Dan Neumann on Twitter.

Crossings Community Church - Terry Feix Audio
What Is the Wesleyan Stuff Marty Keeps Referring to? (September 7, 2022)

Crossings Community Church - Terry Feix Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 55:54


Crossings Community Church crossings.church Dr. Cliff Sanders September 7, 2022

Two Mikes with Michael Scheuer and Col Mike
Mary Fanning Blows The Lid Wide Open And Drops The Nukes On The Deep State

Two Mikes with Michael Scheuer and Col Mike

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 43:00


Just a few hours after still-President Trump demanded a "redo" of the 2022 presidential elections based on the hard evidence produced at Mike Lindell's recent symposium and other data pertinent thereto that is popping nearly every day, The Two Mikes had the opportunity to interview Mary Fanning of the American Report.Referring to Trump's demand, Fanning explained that Lindell's symposium produced evidence of a 2020 election stolen with the participation of China that is irrefutable and accepted by an ever-increasing number of experts across the country, as well as every American with a bit of common sense. Ms. Fanning's website is: The American Report at  https://theamericanreport.org/“Listening to Two Mikes will make you smarter!”- Gov Robert L. Ehrlich, JrSponsors

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Today's Catholic Mass Readings
Today's Catholic Mass Readings Wednesday, September 7, 2022

Today's Catholic Mass Readings

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 Transcription Available


Full Text of ReadingsWednesday of the Twenty-Third Week in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 439All podcast readings are produced by the USCCB and are from the Catholic Lectionary, based on the New American Bible and approved for use in the United States _______________________________________The Saint of the day is Blessed Frdric OzanamA man convinced of the inestimable worth of each human being, Frédéric served the poor of Paris well, and drew others into serving the poor of the world. Through the Saint Vincent de Paul Society, which he founded, his work continues to the present day. Frédéric was the fifth of Jean and Marie Ozanam's 14 children, one of only three to reach adulthood. As a teenager he began having doubts about his religion. Reading and prayer did not seem to help, but long walking discussions with Father Noirot of the Lyons College clarified matters a great deal. Frédéric wanted to study literature, although his father, a doctor, wanted him to become a lawyer. Frédéric yielded to his father's wishes and in 1831, arrived in Paris to study law at the University of the Sorbonne. When certain professors there mocked Catholic teachings in their lectures, Frédéric defended the Church. A discussion club which Frédéric organized sparked the turning point in his life. In this club, Catholics, atheists, and agnostics debated the issues of the day. Once, after Frédéric spoke about Christianity's role in civilization, a club member said: “Let us be frank, Mr. Ozanam; let us also be very particular. What do you do besides talk to prove the faith you claim is in you?” Frédéric was stung by the question. He soon decided that his words needed a grounding in action. He and a friend began visiting Paris tenements and offering assistance as best they could. Soon a group dedicated to helping individuals in need under the patronage of Saint Vincent de Paul formed around Frédéric. Feeling that the Catholic faith needed an excellent speaker to explain its teachings, Frédéric convinced the Archbishop of Paris to appoint Dominican Father Jean-Baptiste Lacordaire, the greatest preacher then in France, to preach a Lenten series in Notre Dame Cathedral. It was well-attended and became an annual tradition in Paris. After Frédéric earned his law degree at the Sorbonne, he taught law at the University of Lyons. He also earned a doctorate in literature. Soon after marrying Amelie Soulacroix on June 23, 1841, he returned to the Sorbonne to teach literature. A well-respected lecturer, Frédéric worked to bring out the best in each student. Meanwhile, the Saint Vincent de Paul Society was growing throughout Europe. Paris alone counted 25 conferences. In 1846, Frédéric, Amelie, and their daughter Marie went to Italy; there he hoped to restore his poor health. They returned the next year. The revolution of 1848 left many Parisians in need of the services of the Saint Vincent de Paul conferences. The unemployed numbered 275,000. The government asked Frédéric and his coworkers to supervise the government aid to the poor. Vincentians throughout Europe came to the aid of Paris. Frédéric then started a newspaper, The New Era, dedicated to securing justice for the poor and the working classes. Fellow Catholics were often unhappy with what Frédéric wrote. Referring to the poor man as “the nation's priest,” Frédéric said that the hunger and sweat of the poor formed a sacrifice that could redeem the people's humanity. In 1852, poor health again forced Frédéric to return to Italy with his wife and daughter. He died on September 8, 1853. In his sermon at Frédéric's funeral, Fr. Lacordaire described his friend as “one of those privileged creatures who came direct from the hand of God in whom God joins tenderness to genius in order to enkindle the world.” Frédéric was beatified in 1997. Since Frédéric wrote an excellent book entitled Franciscan Poets of the Thirteenth Century, and since his sense of the dignity of each poor person was so close to the thinking of Saint Francis, it seemed appropriate to include him among Franciscan “greats.” His liturgical feast is celebrated on September 9. Reflection Frédéric Ozanam always respected the poor while offering whatever service he could. Each man, woman, and child was too precious to live in poverty. Serving the poor taught Frédéric something about God that he could not have learned elsewhere. Learn more about the legacy of Frédéric Ozanam!  Saint of the Day, Copyright Franciscan Media

No Jumper
The DB Boutabag Interview: Sacramento, Avoiding Gang Activities, Drakeo & More

No Jumper

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 61:19


DB Boutabag talks about growing up in Sacramento, not being affiliated, focusing on music, being about his bag for real, and more! ----- 00:00 Intro 0:25 - DB.Boutabag came prepared with kendamas 2:33 - DB never had braces. Adam schools DB on p*rnstars rocking fake braces 4:13 - Growing up being told he has natural leadership qualities 6:45 - Not following the crowd when it comes to music, fashion, etc. 11:09 - DB doesn't affiliate with any gangs 12:35 - DB says gang members who try to involve outsiders in their beef attract more police attention 15:00 - DB is really “bout a bag.” Shows off his jewelry. Questions why Adam doesn't wear jewelry 18:21 - Not a fan of the Instagram shenanigans or beefing on the internet 19:05 - DB's homie did not actually steal $20K from him but he has dealt with friends stealing 20:58 - Being a genuine fan of Drakeo in high school and later getting the opportunity to record together 23:35 - How DB connected with Drakeo a week after he got out of jail 27:13 - Shooting the “Top Rapper” music video with Drakeo 29:05 - Reacting to Drakeo's passing. DB is not opposed to hiring professional security 33:08 - Being one of the only Sacramento rapper's who doesn't get involved with the gang politics 39:11 - DB doesn't like to have a lot of people in the studio. Being his own biggest critic. 41:11 - Preferring we*d over lean for being creative 43:34 - Quitting lean for the first time after it made him faint 46:11 - Referring to his homies and supporters as The Bag Clan 46:56 - Getting a distribution deal with Thizzler after his videos blew up 50:12 - Outside of Drakeo, DB says a dream collab would be Lil Wayne 50:58 - Just dropped a new mixtape. Looking to do community giveaways in Sacramento ----- NO JUMPER PATREON http://www.patreon.com/nojumper CHECK OUT OUR NEW SPOTIFY PLAYLIST https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5te... FOLLOW US ON SNAPCHAT FOR THE LATEST NEWS & UPDATES https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_... CHECK OUT OUR ONLINE STORE!!! http://www.nojumper.com/ SUBSCRIBE for new interviews (and more) weekly: http://bit.ly/nastymondayz  Follow us on SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/4ENxb4B... iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/n... Follow us on Social Media: https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_... http://www.twitter.com/nojumper http://www.instagram.com/nojumper https://www.facebook.com/NOJUMPEROFFI... http://www.reddit.com/r/nojumper JOIN THE DISCORD: https://discord.gg/Q3XPfBm Follow Adam22: https://www.tiktok.com/@adam22 http://www.twitter.com/adam22 http://www.instagram.com/adam22 adam22hoe on Snapchat Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Crossings Community Church - Terry Feix Audio
What Is the Wesleyan Stuff Marty Keeps Referring to? (August 31, 2022)

Crossings Community Church - Terry Feix Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 63:31


Crossings Community Church crossings.church Dr. Cliff Sanders August 31, 2022

Crossings Community Church - Terry Feix Audio
What Is the Wesleyan Stuff Marty Keeps Referring to?

Crossings Community Church - Terry Feix Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 63:31


Crossings Community Church crossings.church Dr. Cliff Sanders August 31, 2022

The Driven Woman
The Cure for Imposter Syndrome

The Driven Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 26:22 Transcription Available


Human beings have a need to understand themselves and others.  We label behavior and decide what is normal and what is not.  Our culture is particularly fond of pathologizing behavior and especially the behavior of women.  The way we speak to and about ourselves matters a lot.  We have all literally learned to think of ourselves in a certain way from an early age and it is a lot harder to change those beliefs than it is to question them before they stick. We have all used labels to refer to ourselves and others in ways that are harmful, inaccurate, and lasting.  Referring to ourselves as having imposter syndrome may be spot on, or not.  When we lack the confidence to start a business, ask to be paid for our services, are afraid to raise our rates, set boundaries with clients, or hold our team members to a higher standard, is it imposter syndrome, or could it be something else?  Just because you don't feel comfortable introducing yourself as a business owner at a virtual mixer, doesn't mean imposter syndrome is the reason. Your challenges may be a mindset issue, but they might just as well be an issue of experience or skill. I unpack the cure for imposter syndrome by helping you figure out that imposter syndrome is not what is going on with you, so you can do something about what is.  Imposter syndrome is the description of a very specific kind of problem that occurs among high-achieving women who attribute their accomplishments to luck rather than to competency, effort, and determination.  It should not be used as a ‘catchall” phrase for every time any of us is scared, unprepared, or avoids anything uncomfortable in business.  Sometimes we need to do something different not just think something different.  Resource mentioned in this episode: My buddy, non-sleazy sales specialist, Annie P Ruggles Website:  https://www.anniepruggles.com/Podcast:  https://www.podpage.com/too-legitimate-to-quit/Light Reading:  https://www.anniepruggles.com/salesbaggageI warned you.  She is brilliant.  You might just fall in love with sales because of Annie.  And you will definitely fall in love with Annie! So, maybe you figured out you really don't have Imposter Syndrome. Hooray! But wait, you still aren't crushing your goals. No worries. I created a quiz with 6 different behaviors I often see in female solopreneurs that limit their income, profit, and success.  Take the quiz, and get specific feedback, guidance, and practical advice about your particular challenge and more importantly, steps you can take to fix it.   Click on this link to take the quiz: What's Holding You Back?   https://bit.ly/obstaclesquizDid you hear the news?  I am launching my brand new group program this fall, The Boss Up Breakthrough, based on my proven framework for next-level success for female solopreneurs.  This program is one part coaching, one part mastermind,  one part accountability circle, and a whole lotta fun getting past whatever is holding us back, with a small group of other baddies. Click here to be notified of all the details: Group Coaching Waitlist 

Black Real Estate Dialogue
How Derek Boone Went From Realtor to Investor with 50+ Units

Black Real Estate Dialogue

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 57:20


Don't forget to subscribe, leave a rating and a 5-star review. I will be shouting out all 5-star reviews on the show!Today, I sit down with 28-year-old real estate investor Derek Boone. Referring to himself as a “one-stop real estate shop”, Derek got his license in 2017 and began his career as a realtor and wholesaler.Later down the line, Derek was inspired to take the leap into becoming an investor. Today, he invests primarily in multifamily properties and has exciting plans to grow his portfolio to 100 units within a year alongside a slew of upcoming development projects.In this episode, Derek discusses his best practices for full-gut renovations, the importance of getting your team invested in your goals, and how to delegate tasks so that you have the bandwidth to work on your business instead of in your business.Highlights1) When scaling your business or growing your portfolio, always try to find creative ways to do more with less. If you've made $100,000 this year, how can you then make $100,000 in six months?2) Building wealth requires an extreme amount of discipline and a view towards the long game. Get clear about how much of your revenue to reinvest into your business and how much to take home, and stick to your rules.3) You can inspire countless other aspiring investors or business owners by being open and honest about your path and even the current challenges you're facing. More than looking for someone to look up to, most people are really looking for someone they can relate with.How to find himInstagram - @dsbooneLearn how to invest out of state- https://www.outofstatemoney.com/ Access all of our resources on our website- https://www.blackrealestatedialogue.com/linksJoin the B.R.E.D. Investing Community- https://bit.ly/bredcommDownload my free guide Top 5 Down Payment Assistance Programs- https://bit.ly/dpassistance1Text BRED to 74121 to join our VIP Text List to get a free training and the latest updates!

Crossings Community Church - Terry Feix Audio
What is the Wesleyan Stuff Marty Keeps Referring to? (August 24, 2022)

Crossings Community Church - Terry Feix Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 64:01


Crossings Community Church crossings.church Dr. Cliff Sanders August 24, 2022

The Favorites Sports Betting Podcast - Part of The Action Network
The Favorites - AFC + NFC South Betting Preview

The Favorites Sports Betting Podcast - Part of The Action Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 36:26


Today we preview two divisions Action Network host Chad Millman never misses a chance to poke fun at. Referring to them as "culturally speaking, the least relevant divisions in the NFL," together with his co-host Simon Hunter they preview all eight teams top to bottom from a betting perspective. The Tennessee Titans have long punched about their weight class, but can it continue? Will the Saints prove feisty this season? And is Tampa destined to return to the Super Bowl with Tom Brady? All this and plenty more, plus a dramatic reading about Dubuque's most famous dog groomer. #HerdSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Herd with Colin Cowherd
The Favorites - AFC + NFC South Betting Preview

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 36:26


Today we preview two divisions Action Network host Chad Millman never misses a chance to poke fun at. Referring to them as "culturally speaking, the least relevant divisions in the NFL," together with his co-host Simon Hunter they preview all eight teams top to bottom from a betting perspective. The Tennessee Titans have long punched about their weight class, but can it continue? Will the Saints prove feisty this season? And is Tampa destined to return to the Super Bowl with Tom Brady? All this and plenty more, plus a dramatic reading about Dubuque's most famous dog groomer. #HerdSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.