The singer who goes by the name Oliver Anthony took America by storm with his unexpected hit "Rich Men North of Richmond." He correctly identified the villains in America -- not rich people as a class, but a specific group of unjustly rich people. At the same time, the powers that be are not shaking in their boots that someone singing "Ain't Got a Dollar" is popular among the masses; that's exactly the mentality they want the masses to have. John Bush joins us to talk this all through, as well as to discuss his personal story of going from borderline desperation to success. Guest's Course: Sponsors:
Topics include:Corey Feldman hits Richmond on September 28th @ Canal Club James went to see Deerhoof Grammys change their mind about AI recordsDesiigner gets off (pun intended) registering as a sex offenderJann Wenner is cancelledSLAPS: Diddy feat. The Weeknd, French Montana & 21 Savage / Sia / Drake ft. Sia / WARGASM ft. Fred DurstTan.gent on Spotify, BandcampFollow The Rumble TrioDoes It Slap Playlist The Hustle Season on Patreon Our Linktree:::::ADVERTISE ON THE HUSTLE SEASON PODCAST:::::Have a business/event you want to get out to listeners?Are you an out of town band coming to Richmond and want to promote your gig ?? Buy a spot on the Hustle Season Podcast, starts at $25. So easy!!
In this episode of our Week Ahead podcast series, we look at the main themes driving global markets over the coming week. In the US (01:56), we have PCE, durable goods and regional surveys from the Richmond, Chicago and Dallas Fed along with UoM inflation expectations. In Europe (06:03), it's Euro Area flash inflation, German unemployment and IFOs, UK GDP, mortgage approvals and nationwide house prices, Sweden PPI and economic tendency, Norges FX purchases and unemployment too. Then we discuss China PMIs (12:16), and the latest from Asia (23:33), with the BOT meeting, Caixin PMIs, BOJ minutes, Tokyo, Singapore, HK and Australia CPI, Japan and Australia retail sales, and NZ business confidence.
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Curious Commonwealth recently received this question from an area resident: “Why, after all monuments to the Confederacy and Confederate leaders have been removed from Monument Ave., and other locations around Richmond, a statue of Thomas 'Stonewall' Jackson remains on Capitol Square? This after the monument to former governor and segregationist Harry Byrd has been removed from same public square.” So, why is it still there? To submit your own question to our new series, visit vpm.org/curious!
The rubber hits the road for the four remaining teams tonight, with the first bounce of prelim weekend! The backdrop to the blockbusters includes a new coach, a landmark pay deal and plenty more, and Tom Browne has all the latest for us. TIMECODES:1:20 – Adem Yze unveiled as Richmond coach3:30 – Coaches who may take Yze's old Melbourne role4:30 – New pay deal take outs – will we see Dustin Martin do more media next year?6:45 – What the new contract rules for draftees could mean8:45 – Collingwood v GWS preview10:45 – Brisbane v Carlton preview13:15 – Clubs set to meet with the AFL soon13:45 – Clayton Oliver health updateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Where's Darce tonight?, Chief won a very prestigious award during the week, Adam Yze announced as Richmond coach, Damo's news, GWS CEO David Matthews, Browny's Top 5 Clangers of 2023, Collingwood superstar Leon Davis, Howie's Hot TopicsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hake interviews Jokl: Why whites are losing, blaming Jews (Oliver Anthony, "Let's Go Brandon"). Jokl talks to black callers! The Hake Report, Thursday, September 21, 2023 AD — GUEST: Deep Left JOKL (Follow DLJokl on YouTube and X) NOTE: Pardon Hake's tech / audio issues at the beginning! TIME STAMPS * (0:00:00) Start / BOND tee* (0:01:07) Hey, guys! * (0:02:08) GUEST: Jokl (DLJokl)* (0:05:47) What is he? Political philosopher, "Deep Left"* (0:09:29) Wishful thinking, not changing the govt* (0:16:56) Why losers in our country? Women "conservative"* (0:22:49) I'm Jewish and I hate white people (Keith Woods)* (0:24:52) I was introduced to Judaism…* (0:27:59) Vedas, Vedic scriptures, "Hinduism" (India)* (0:29:55) Eckhart Tolle "Power of Now," Nitsche* (0:33:20) Supers Hake disavow* (0:34:34) FREDERICK: Ma'at, "Lucy"* (0:42:46) Yakub created whites (Nation of Islam)* (0:43:33) Oliver Anthony, organic? GOP victims, drama* (0:47:52) Powerful "leaders," not working people!* (0:50:14) Little men, victims, complaining* (0:54:26) "Let's go, Brandon." Stars getting used up* (1:00:10) Revolutionary Left, dominant vs marginalized, morality* (1:03:16) Holy War - Okay (2005, Low Road)* (1:06:59) Supers: LGB, Rich Men North of Richmond, Jews* (1:13:39) Trump and Jewish people, 2016 campaign* (1:20:28) Supers Hake awkwardly disavows* (1:21:23) ART, OH: RINOs; Russia not based, Putin* (1:32:37) ART: Annex Mexico? Liberals! "White" giveaway* (1:41:09) Liberal whites redistributing wealth: Fear!* (1:46:11) Supers: Spoiler Alert follow-ups: Jews* (1:50:15) BRIAN, NC: IQ/understanding, white libs* (1:54:01) Closing with DL Jokl* (1:54:50) Children, Children - Donut Man (Rob Evans, 2001, Praise Him)BLOG https://www.thehakereport.com/blog/2023/9/21/jokl-losers-whites-jews-oliver-anthony-brandon-thu-9-21-23 PODCAST by HAKE SubstackLive M-F 9-11 AM PT (11-1 CT / 12-2 ET) Call-in 1-888-775-3773 – thehakereport.com VIDEO YouTube | Rumble* | Facebook | X | BitChute | Odysee* PODCAST Apple | Spotify | Castbox | Substack (RSS) *SUPER CHAT on asterisked above, or BuyMeACoffee | Streamlabs | Ko-fi SUPPORT HAKE Substack | SubscribeStar | Locals || SHOP Teespring ALSO SEE Hake News on The JLP Show | Appearances (other shows, etc.) JLP Network: JLP | Church | TFS | Hake | Nick | Joel | Hassan Get full access to HAKE at thehakereport.substack.com/subscribe
“That's something you could remember to forget later…” One of the most profound things about heavy metal is its natural evolution over time. It's never forced and somehow everything just flows together with perfection, like some intelligently designed, supernaturally endowed, cosmic jigsaw puzzle. Similar to the way Pantera picked up the baton for metal in the early 1990's, LAMB OF GOD became the new “stop gap” for metal fans and the evolutionary “next wave” of extreme metal (a.k.a. the New Wave of American Heavy Metal (NWOAHM)) with their own unique brand of sonic vengeance containing the perfect blend of blistering speed, scalpel-like precision, and devastating ferocity. It's time everyone understands the vast differences between “bukkake and bulgogi” while discovering the “six scientific reasons” highlighting the “terrifying” similarities between elasmobranchology & gynecology. Never underestimate the persuasive appeal of the perfect “LinkedIn profile”, don't deny the power of “The Triangle”, and JOIN US as we go INSIDE THE METAL with one of the most brutally heavy bands ever to emerge from the Commonwealth of Virginia as we celebrate Richmond's own LAMB OF GOD. Visit www.metalnerdery.com/podcast for more on this episode Leave us a Voicemail to be played on a future episode: 980-666-8182 Metal Nerdery Tees and Hoodies – metalnerdery.com/merch and kindly leave us a review and/or rating on the iTunes/Apple Podcasts - Spotify or your favorite Podcast app Listen on iTunes, Spotify, Podbean, Google Podcasts or wherever you get your Podcasts. Follow us on the Socials: Facebook - Instagram - Twitter Email: email@example.com Can't be LOUD Enough Playlist on Spotify Metal Nerdery Munchies on YouTube @metalnerderypodcast LAMB OF GOD on the InterWebs: https://www.lamb-of-god.com/ Show Notes: (00:01): “Stick around…” / #voiceactors and #hilarity / “That's what it sounds like when I pull it out…” / “It's not the same…” / #STOP / “No wonder…you'd have to love somebody an awful lot…” / #strapon / ***WARNING: #listenerdiscretionisadvised *** / “Ooh, what was that?” / “It sounded gross, and it looked gross…” / #QTipASMR #NO / “Those words don't go together…at all.” / ***WELCOME BACK TO THE METAL NERDERY PODCAST!!!*** / #thisepisodesbeeroftheepisode #whiteclawASMR #episode213 #BlueMoon #WheatBeer #buttonrub (“What's regular beer carbs like?”) / #theverdict #daydrinkingbeer / “Your other favorite band…” / “This tastes a little beachy…” / ***You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and reach us on the socials at #Instagram and #Facebook and #YouTube *** COME VISIT THE UNDERGROUND BUNKERPOON GIFT SHOPPE AT metalnerdery.com/merch *** / ***GIVE US A CALL AND LEAVE US A VOICEMAIL AT 980-666-8182!!!*** / #thevoicemailsegment #ThePost #spinoffshow (“So much potential…that shit cracks me up.”) / #electionyear2024 (“They didn't work then, they don't work now…”) / “You look stupid and you're helping no one…” / “Do we wanna attach that…?” / “How about just a vagina?” / #redwhiteandbluevagina / #TheTriangle / “I wonder if pubes will come back in 2024?” / #hugepubes / “The initials guy…” / #onemorevoicemail (“It's a doozy…It's Ken from Connecticut…”) regarding the #SomewhereInTime episode / #markthetime / (“Loved the #Mastodon episode…”) #ThankYouForThat / “You can't say that word…” / #sloweddown (“I think that's worse…”) / ***Go check out our Top 3 Maiden Albums episode regarding Ken's voicemail and #RussellsReflections *** / “Let's see…I'm 15 pounds down…” / “Hold on…are you backed up?” / “Is that what it sounds like when you shit?” (19:43): #TheDocket / “Educational and part 2 of the #PanteraPreGame episode…” / #KingParrot is opening (before #LambOfGod) and is also featured in this edition of WE'LL PLAY YOUR SHIT-TAH!!! / “Y'know what…I just had a reflection…” / “I don't know what to say now…if he's not going outside to have #projectilediarrhea …” / #outsideperiodASMR / BITE YOUR HEAD OFF / SHIT ON THE LIVER (More #blackmetalish) and NEED NO SAVIOR (sort of a #TodayIsTheDay vibe) / “It's like #grindcore meets #blackmetal…” / Thinking back to the #LiveStream when King Parrot opened up for #PhilipAnselmoAndTheIllegals during the #VulgarDisplayOfPantera livestream / ALL HAIL THE GRUB (“A lot of #uglychords in there…”) / “Technically it's also accurate… (“It is #sharkweek at my house, btw…”) / A terrifying fact of nature…/ #dontdenythepowerof #Elasmobranchology (28:33): The Docket: Part 2 (“That's fucking terrifying!!!”) / #bestheadlineever “Now it makes sense…” / #lovethemefromJaws / METAL NERDERY PODCAST PRESENTS: LAMB OF GOD – INSIDE THE METAL (Pre-Game Edition) / Initial impressions regarding #LambOfGod back in the day, in terms of style and sound in the early 2000's / “Dude, can you say #jeanwree just once? C'mon, do it the right way…” / #MCTentacleChoice and a cover of #TheAccused (“The Accused with good production…”) / “Okay, NOW some things are making sense…” INHERIT THE EARTH (#BurnThePriest) / NOTE: He believed wrongly… / We're gonna go see #LOG / “Here's the original (from #TheAccused #MaddestStoriesEverTold) / “If you were #Superman you could do it…” (37:24): Going in reverse… / Omens (2022) / #cokelines / #killeropener NEVERMORE (“that'll make you smile right there…”) / DITCH (#markthetime) / “When you can make feedback a note…” / Time to go shopping… / ***Does anyone buy #compactdiscs anymore? ***/ #markthetime / “It's the #KKFs…” (43:21): New American Gospel (2000) / #killeropener BLACK LABEL (“It has the feel of being in a jam room…”) / TERROR AND HUBRIS IN THE HOUSE OF FRANK POLLARD (#PanteraNegative or #TypeOTera) #uglynotes (featuring #SteveAustin from #TodayIsTheDay on #guestvocals) / “This is now connecting a lot of dots for me…” (47:56): As The Palaces Burn (2003) / “It might be their Puppets for me…” / A DEVIL IN GOD'S COUNTRY / “A little bit of #Slipknot but with old school thrash riffs…” / #NewWaveOfAmericanThrashMetal #NWOATM and/or #NewWaveOfAmericanHeavyMetal #NWOAHM / Randy Blythe's imprisonment and the #documentary that came out about it… #AsThePalacesBurn / “I was kinda hoping he still had ‘em…” / “This is for the lawn…” / 11th HOUR (#allcokelines #allthetime) / “Jump ahead about a minute or so…” / “Ever again and again and again and again…” / “that's what he's doing there…” / “I was gonna give away a taco…”/ “I ate it longingly…out of spite.” / #beggarscantbechoosers / “Bulgogi is what you're looking for…”/ “I didn't need to see that…you made a face…and you made a noise…and I didn't like it.” (56:56): Ashes Of The Wake (2004) / “He's okay…if you're into it…” / #guitarbone / “My current #LinkedInProfile …I'm giving you #thestarfish …” / LAID TO REST (#Testament and #Dimebag energy) / “That's gonna be the most metal show #Ameris has ever seen…” / OMERTA (“I'm a fan now…”) / “Totally different appreciation for them…” (1:02:18): Sacrament (2006) / REDNECK / “It's like…they took over where #Pantera stopped…” / #tobefair / #stopgap / DESCENDING (“This god that I worship, this demon I blame, conspire as one, exactly the same, it's exactly the same!”) (1:07:59): Wrath (2009) / “We can totally #grabsack this one…” / “This album's got a LOT of #cokelines…” / IN YOUR WORDS (“It's almost like Blackened a little bit…”) / “Everything about that production is good…” / #MrEd (“They're gonna google it…”) / “What was the beaver?” / #TheTriangle / “It's gotta be…dude, put that on a shirt!” (1:12:12): Resolution (2012) / GHOST WALKING / THE NUMBER SIX (ironically, also track six on the album) / ***Go buy some #LambOfGod *** / VII: Sturm und Drang (2015) / #stormandstress / “The ‘other' down under…” / #AceVenturaASMR / “It doesn't take much to make us happy…” / ***Stick around for the #outroreel on each #MetalNerderyPodcast episode!!!*** #productiongenius / 512 (#allthecokelines) / “I was close…” / #notreally / #guestvocals featuring #ChinoMoreno from #Deftones / “I think there's an unwritten law…” / #awwwmannn / “Who's got the highest low sounding voice in metal?” (1:20:45): “Is this like their Black Album?” / Lamb of God (2020) #selftitledalbum #eponymous #RestInPower / #RussellsReflectionsHealthCareEdition / Well wishes and good vibes / “I had leg surgery and my throat was weird…” / #nocokelines ROUTES (featuring #ChuckBilly from the mighty #Testament) / “Almost sounds like a Testament song…a little bit.” / #killeropener MEMENTO MORI #allthecokelines #softintro (“I feel like it's gonna come in hard…”) #markthetime #TypeOTera (“Wake up, wake up, WAKE UP!!!”) / A brief reflection regarding the #UnholyAlliance tour w/ #Slayer headlining and #Mastodon and #LambOfGod opening / #mmmkay / Speaker cabinets in the shape of #ThePetrineCross / “You were probably there…” / “That's something you could remember to forget later…” / The last #pregame #tailgateshow before #Pantera #ForLegacy / #untilthenext / “In the meantime…” / ***COME ON DOWN TO THE BUNKERPOON GIFT SHOPPE AT metalnerdery.com/merch to purchandise some #MetalNerderyMerchandise ***/ “It's not as evil…” / “It's a new strain… / #laserlady (“Looks like a shark's vagina…”) #thelastword / #outroreel
This week's episode features my conversation with the MVP of the Richmond team, Shane Matheny, talking about the team's run to the playoffs. I also talk with reliever Sam Delaplane who discusses his baseball journey which has seen plenty of ups and downs as he battles his way back from injury and rehab. Two great conversations with two great guys!Substack now has AI-generated transcriptions of all episodes, so if you'd prefer to read the conversations rather than listen, just click on the “Transcription” tab above.There R Giants is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.Intro/Outro: “First Date” by Blink-182 Get full access to There R Giants at rogermunter.substack.com/subscribe
According to a report by Virginia State Police, 40 people were arrested for driving while under the influence of marijuana in 2022. New research out of Virginia Commonwealth University could contribute to even more arrests in the years to come. Brad Kutner has more from Richmond.
Episode No. 620 features artists Stacy Kranitz and Kristine Potter. Kranitz and Potter are included in "A Long Arc: Photography and the American South since 1845" at the High Museum of Art, Atlanta. The exhibition considers the South as a forger of American identity and examines how Southern photographers have contributed to both the advance of their medium, and the US project. "A Long Arc" was curated by Gregory J. Harris and Sarah Kennel, and will be on view through January 14, 2024 before traveling to the Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, Mass., and to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond. The catalogue was published by Aperture. Bookshop and Amazon offer it for about $70. Kranitz's work, primarily made in the southern Appalachian Mountains, presents the complexity and instability of a rugged region on which industry has preyed. Her work is in the collection of museums such as the Harvard Art Museums and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Her 2022 book As it Was Give(n) to Me was published by Twin Palms and was shortlisted for a Paris Photo-Aperture First Photobook Award. Bookshop and Amazon offer it for about $75-80. Aperture has just published Potter's second monograph, Dark Waters. The book extends Potter's interest in using the US landscape as an ideological site by exploring how nineteenth and twentieth-century 'murder ballads' marry site to misogynistic violence. Bookshop and Amazon offer it for about $43-61. Instagram: Stacy Kranitz, Kristine Potter, Tyler Green.
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THIS VOYAGE, MARK A. ALTMAN (author, The Fifty Year Mission, showrunner, Pandora, writer/producer Agent X, The Librarians, writer/producer Free Enterprise), DAREN DOCHTERMAN (associate producer, Star Trek: The Motion Picture - Director's Edition, concept designer: Master & Commander, Westworld) and ASHLEY E. MILLER (showrunner; DOTA: Dragon's Blood, writer, X-Men: First Class, Thor) welcome legendary actor/director/host JONATHAN FRAKES (actor, North & South, Beyond Belief) back to the podcast as we return for our sixth season premiere and the beginning of our second five year mission. SUBSCRIBE TODAY TO TREKSPERTS PLUS... and get every episode of INGLORIOUS TREKSPERTS and our new podcast, INGLORIOUS TREKSPERTS presents DECK 78 along with additional bonus content and surprises all season long. For more details, visit trekkspertsplus.com. Join Mark A. Altman (Pandora, The Librarians) and Ashley E. Miller (Thor, X-Men: First Class, DOTA: Dragon's Fire) at NIGHTMARE WEEKEND in Richmond, VA this October. Visit galaxycon.com for details. Learn all that is learnable about Star Trek in Mark A. Altman & Edward Gross' THE FIFTY-YEAR MISSION, available in hardcover, paperback, digital and audio from St. Maritn's Press. And if you're a James Bond fan, don't miss NOBODY DOES IT BETTER, in hardcover, paperback, digital and audio from Forge Books. And don't miss SECRETS OF THE FORCE, the definitive unauthorized, uncensored oral history of STAR WARS, now available in hardcover, digital and audio!! Follow Inglorious Treksperts at @inglorioustrek on Twitter, Facebook, Blue Sky and at @inglorioustreksperts on Instagram and Threads. And now follow the Treksperts Briefing Room at @trekspertsBR, an entirely separate Twitter & Instagram feed. Email us at email@example.com "Mark A. Altman is the world's foremost Trekspert" - Los Angeles Times #StarTrek #TOS #TAS #TNG #DS9 #VOY #ENT #DISCO #PICARD #LLAP #comics #IDW #Marvel #DC #GoldKey #Discovery #DeepSpaceNine #STTMP #StarWars #CaptainPike #StrangeNewWorlds #55YearTour #casting #ST55 #StarTrek55 #TheCage #StrangeNewWorlds #SNW #Voyager #Janeway #Enterprise #TheSearchForSpock #StarTrekIII #BSG #TMP #Trekkies #Alien #Aliens #DavidFincher #BestofTrek #EnterpriseIncidents #IDW #comics #DS9 #DeepSpaceNine #TerryFarrell #NanaVisitor #PicardSeason3 #StarTrekPicard #Picard #Borg #PicardSeason3 #StarTrekPicard #M5 #TrueFoodKitchen #Andor #PIcardSeason3 #trekspertsplus.com #GregJein #HeritageAuctions
Forward Madison PR / social media / media relations guy Evan Warwick is leaving us! But not before he does a full episode of the pod with host Rob Chappell. We talk through his favorite promos, the transition from the Flock End to the front office and lots more, then dig into that 2-0 win over Richmond and look ahead to the final playoff push.--Follow the show @TalkinFlock and Rob @RobChappell365!
Cheryl Pallant, author, poet, energy healer, dancer, meditation teacher and faculty member at the University of Richmond shares the wisdom of her most recent book, Ecosomatics: Embodiment Practices for a World in Search of Healing. She is also a contributing writer for Spirituality and Health Magazine and is a Reiki and Healing Touch practitioner. Many of us have probably heard the term Ecosomatics bandied about but weren't quite sure what it was or how it might be important. Well, today we get those answers as Cheryl explains ecosomatics, why its important during this period of climate crisis and she'll share how this practice might be used to support health. She'll reveal her findings of how embodied most people are, what is somatic listening and if all important intuition can be learned - and how.
Three solo episodes in a row, and the boys are rollin. John provides some training on a "quick yes and quick no", and then he enlightens us on car horn etiquette. Also, we have a strong candidate to overtake John The Baptist, in WWEvangelism.------WATCH: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D3j3mFrENaUJohn's NEW Comedy Special, "John Crist Would Like To Release A Statement"------THE EMOTIONAL SUPPORT TOUR: https://johncristcomedy.com/tour/9/14 Oklahoma City, OK9/15 Tulsa, OK9/16 Wichita KS9/17 Springfield, MO9/21 Ottawa, ON9/22 Peterborough, ON9/23 London, ON9/29 Myrtle Beach, SC9/30 Roanoke, VA10/1 Greensboro, NC10/14 Atlanta, GA10/15 Birmingham, AL10/20 Cedar Rapids, IA10/21 Springfield, IL10/22 Evansville, IN11/2 Columbus, OH11/3 Joliet, IL11/4 Rockford, IL11/5 Milwaukee, WI11/10 Winnipeg, MB11/11 Edmonton, AB11/12 Calgary, AB11/16 Reading, PA11/17 York, PA11/18 Norfolk, VA11/19 Richmond, VA11/30 Abilene, TX12/1-2 Phoenix, AZ12/7 San Antonio, TX12/8 Austin, TX12/9 Beaumont, TX12/10 Baton Rouge, LA-----Catch the full video podcast on YouTube, and follow us on social media (@netpositivepodcast) for clips, bonus content, and updates throughout the week.Email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgFOLLOW JOHN ON:InstagramTwitterTikTokFacebookYouTubeSUPPORT OUR SPONSORS:ROCKET MONEY: Stop wasting money on things you don't use. Cancel your unwanted subscriptions – and manage your money the easy way – by going to RocketMoney.com/netpositiveJUVLABS: Don't miss out on this opportunity to start your journey towards enhanced mental performance. Unlock your brain's potential and experience the power of Cognitive Switch. Visit juvlabs.com/NETPOSITIVE to get 20% OFFBABBEL: Get 55% OFF your Babbel subscription at Babbel.com/NET(Rules and restrictions may apply)MAGNESIUM BREAKTHROUGH: Don't miss out on the most relaxing sleep ever with Magnesium Breakthrough. Go to magbreakthrough.com/netpositive and use promo code [NETPOSITIVE10] during checkout to SAVE 10%PRODUCED BY:Alex Lagos / Lagos Creative
One of God's greatest gifts to us is friendships, especially what our guest Rev. Dr. Victoria White calls “holy friendships.” These are the friendships that not only make life more enjoyable and more creative, but they are also core to who we are and who we become. They are “mutual and sacred relationships formed in God's love,” and they help us be who God designs us to be. She gives us permission to drop the idea that we have to be hyper-productive lone rangers in the world and calls us to spend more time with our friends. She points out that even Jesus depended on the diversity and friendship of his disciples for his ministry. We are excited for you to hear this conversation on the life-giving importance of holy friendship. Listen with a friend over coffee!Quotations"Our society has commodified friendship and developed it into something that can be consumed. The church offers a real opportunity for us to cultivate the conditions for more authentic, more mutual, more holy relationships that help form us into the people God is creating us to be."Rev. Dr. Victoria White"My holy friends are going to do that for me because they know that my work matters; they know that what I am doing contributes to the way that I am bearing witness to God's work in this world."Rev. Dr. Victoria White"You know you're in a holy friendship when you can be uber confident and unashamedly yourself."Rev. Dr. Victoria WhiteWe discuss:The different forms that holy friendships can take and how they can impact various aspects of life. (6:00)The power of friendship in forming disciples and the importance of cultivating authentic relationships in the church. (11:39)The positive impact of spending time with friends on energy, creativity, and overall performance in various aspects of life. (16:00)The significance of mutual respect, covenant, and conversation in friendships, especially in the face of inequality and social issues. (29:44)Exploring the connection between holy friendships and institutions, highlighting the need for friendships among institutions. (34:03)About Victoria Atkinson White is the managing director of grants at Leadership Education at Duke Divinity. In this role, she encourages traditioned innovation among Christian institutions and their leaders. For eight years, Victoria was a chaplain at the 900-resident Westminster Canterbury Community in Richmond, Virginia. Before that, she worked as minister to alumni at the Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond. Victoria is a graduate of Duke Divinity School, Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond and Rhodes College. She is an ordained minister affiliated with the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.Victoria is author of Holy Friendships: Nurturing Relationships That Sustain Pastors and Leaders, a book about how pastors and Christian institutional leaders serve more creatively, effectively, and joyfully when they feel supported and art of an intimate community of colleagues and friends who care about their personal and professional wellbeing.Show NotesVictoria Atkinson White is the managing director of grants at
‘The Wheel Community' podcast returns with episode 49! This week I'm sharing my talk with Braden Govoni, owner of Outpost Richmond bike shop. During our talk Braden shared stories from his journey in the Richmond, VA cycling community, the various bikes he's owned, and his time working in local bike shops including the beginnings of the Carytown Bicycle Company. And of course we talked about the founding of Outpost Richmond and the progression of the shop and his vision for the shop. Also we talked about his epic ride on the GAPCO trail with some friends (including prior guests Mark North and Brantley Tyndall). And he shared his thoughts on just getting out to ride in the way you want to. To find out more about Outpost Richmond bike shop follow the link below. https://outpostrichmond.com/
In this episode, I bring onto Brandfetti Zoe Richmond, a launch and website strategist for female course creators on Kajabi, who is also one of our incredible WYW alumni to share how rewriting her website copy has helped her attract her ideal clients and half her cost per lead by more than HALF in her latest launch. We dive into: The 1 big thing that Zoe learnt through WYW that helped her rewrite, tweak and refine her website copy to attract her ideal audience How she was able to reduce her cost per lead (CPL) in her latest launch from $22 to only $9 through tweaking her ad copy What should (and should not) be on a digital course sales pages and landing pages Zoe's predictions and recommendations in the world on online course launches: evergreen vs live Doors to WYW open on the 21st of September. Want a taster? We are hosting a brand new free LIVE masterclass, and you're invited. Learn how to level-up your website and write stand out copy that stand out (and convert) in this 60 minute masterclass and save your seat right here: www.wordfettigroup.com/freemasterclass. Enjoyed this episode? Make sure you screenshot and tag @zoe_richmond_ and myself @anitasiek and share your biggest AHHA!
This lecture was given on July 15th, 2023, at the "Thomistic Philosophy & Natural Science Symposium" at the Dominican House of Studies. For more information on upcoming events, please visit our website: thomisticinstitute.org/upcoming-events Speaker Bio: Dr. Lori Watson is a Professor of Chemistry at Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana. She is a synthetic and computational organometallic chemist primarily interested in unsaturated transition metal catalysts used for C-X activation. She also has a secondary interest in the coordination chemistry of Lanthanide and Actinide complexes used for Ln/Ac separation chemistry. She is also interested in teaching and learning in inorganic chemistry and is a founding member of the IONiC Leadership Council (Interactive Online Network of Inorganic Chemists) which has launched VIPEr, an online resource to support a virtual community of practice for improving inorganic chemistry education.
Dr. Zac Morgan // #ClinicalTuesday // www.ptonice.com In today's episode of the PT on ICE Daily Show, Spine Division division leader Zac Morgan discusses a mobilization technique specifically designed for patients with unilateral symptoms. These patients experience tightness primarily on one side of their body and often feel the need to be stretched out, especially in the morning. To address these issues, Zac introduces the concept of mobilization with movement. This technique involves actively moving the affected area while applying a mobilization force, with the goal of improving symptoms and increasing range of motion. Zac then demonstrates a mobilization technique using cups. He explains that the cups will be placed on the region of the patient's back that is most tight or painful. The patient is then instructed to keep the cups on for about a minute, allowing them to acclimate to the sensation. It is important to note that this mobilization technique may not be suitable for all cases of back pain. Back pain can manifest in various ways, and it is crucial to have the right patient in front of you for this technique to be effective. However, if the patient experiences improvement when they forward bend and their symptoms feel better during this movement, the mobilization with movement technique can be beneficial. Zac suggests starting with easy active range of motion exercises and gradually adding more stimulus, such as overpressure or the use of weights. He highlights the versatility of this technique and mention that he frequently uses it in the clinic for patients with similar presentations. Take a listen or check out the episode transcription below. If you're looking to learn more about our Lumbar Spine Management course or our online physical therapy courses, check our entire list of continuing education courses for physical therapy including our physical therapy certifications by checking out our website. Don't forget about all of our FREE eBooks, prebuilt workshops, free CEUs, and other physical therapy continuing education on our Resources tab. EPISODE TRANSCRIPTION 00:00 INTRO Good morning PT on Ice Daily Show. Zac Morgan here. I'm a division lead with the spine division, so you can find me on the road teaching either the cervical spine management course or the lumbar spine management course alongside of Jordan Berry and now Brian Melrose. Speaking on that spine topic before we jump into this morning's Technique Tuesday, I wanted to just point out the next handful of courses that we have. So we actually have three different lumbar course offerings this weekend. So last minute you want to jump in, we'll be in Richmond, Virginia. Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and then Denver, Colorado. So if you're looking for a last second seat there for lumbar spine, jump into those. If none of those work, we have a few more offerings this year. So in October, the 21st and 22nd will be Frederick, Maryland. So right outside of the DC area there at Onward Frederick. Also have Fort Worth, Texas, the November 4th, 5th weekend, and then December 2nd and 3rd at Onward Charlotte. I have a lumbar course as well. Quickly, just pointing out the cervical ones, and then we'll jump into the content. Greenville, South Carolina, October 14th and 15th. Bridgewater, Massachusetts, that's November 11th and 12th. And then here in Hendersonville, December 2nd and 3rd. So those are the cervical and lumbar offerings left this year. But without further ado, let's kind of jump into the topic this morning. 01:21 TECHNIQUE TUESDAY So this morning I want to kind of bring back Technique Tuesday in the Spine Division. If you've been around forever, like myself, you remember those days way back in the day where Jeff was in his clinic there in Upper Michigan showing some different techniques each Tuesday morning. And those were always really fun to consume because it just gave you some new ideas and things to play with. in the clinic and this morning I wanted to cover a technique that doesn't live in our lumbar course but it is one that I find myself using from time to time. But before we actually jump in and do the technique I'd like to kind of describe who I would do this to because in particular this is a technique that you want to have the right patient selection for. If you've been to the lumbar course, you've heard the stories of derangement and dysfunction. If you're McKenzie trained, you may be really familiar with those terms as well. If you're not familiar, go back a few months to where I did a PT on ice kind of covering these topics about the lumbar spine needs to flex, and that'll kind of refresh you or jump in the live course if it's all completely blank to you. But essentially, technique selection for the right patient is huge here. So what we're looking for is the patient who does have their symptom onset when they flex forward or when they bend forward, they feel their symptoms, but the response to that flexion is the important part. So we're looking for that dysfunction patient or soft tissue extensibility dysfunction, however you like to think of that. McKenzie coined that term dysfunction and essentially the idea being that the soft tissues living on the backside of the spine are not extensible enough and then when the person bends forward and they reach the limit of that extensibility they receive their symptoms. So the real key in diagnosing this person is their response to the flexion. Because if you've been around for a while, if you've seen patients presenting with low back pain, you know that for some folks, when they move into their symptoms, they get tremendously worse. If that is your person in front of you, each time you have them flex, they feel worse, or they lose range of motion, or perhaps even peripheralize symptoms down their limb, that is not who you would do this technique to. Rather, the inverse should be true. So on your active range of motion exam, this patient's gonna come in, and they're gonna present with back pain, Sometimes they might have some leg symptoms, but more commonly back, buttock pain. And you're gonna have them bend forward, and when they bend forward, they'll say, oh Zach, that's my symptoms, I can feel it right there. And often if you observe their lumbar curve while they're forward bending, you'll notice this person does not have that nice reversal of the lumbar lordosis. As a matter of fact, they'll often hold their lumbar spine very rigid as they move forward. So their back will stay completely flat, and they'll just move into hip flexion. Now the key is that you have to have them do that multiple times. So if you have them go ahead and follow up with another rep, what you should see if the patient's a dysfunction patient would be definitely no worsening, but probably more often a bit of improvement. Whereas the derangement patient worsens every time they flex. This person feels a bit better each time you move them into the provocative motion. So for that, we want to treat that with repetitive flexion. So this person needs to restore their lumbar flexion and we're here to help them. So homework often is going to be simple flexion, like just get in a position, flex your back regularly. You can go with a typical McKenzie dosage of 10 reps an hour. You know here at ICE we make those decisions based off of that person's irritability, both psychological and physical. And so dosage is going to play a lot into their irritability. But one technique that I love for this patient is a mobilization with movement into lumbar flexion. Now we see this patient a ton at our clinic because this, you'll see this presentation show up quite a bit with weightlifters. So weightlifters will often have some sort of a flexion injury at some point and then they'll quit flexing their back. So they'll maintain neutral and often they'll even hyperextend a bit to maintain neutral in their back. But one thing's for sure, they will not allow their back to flex. And as with anything in the body, if you don't use it, you lose it. And so over time, this person develops a lot of stiffness and tightness in their back. They have a lot of complaints like that, and they have a really hard time forward bending. The odd part is the solution again is to forward bend. So in homework, I'm going to have them do that in life. Whether that looks like a cannonball position, repetitive standing flexion, it doesn't really matter so much. But one thing I love doing in the clinic is this mobilization with movement. So shout out to Brian Mulligan who kind of conceptualized mobilizations with movements, snags, nags, huge kind of founder in the manual therapy world and really responsible for kind of giving us some of these techniques. But this is one in particular that I find myself using quite a bit. And I actually have a really good patient here in front of you. So I'm gonna have Alexis step in. If you don't know Alexis, she's my wife, better half, and then also faculty in our pregnancy and postpartum course. So Alexis has this problem. She has a really hard time flexing her back. It's typically pretty bad here in the morning, so now is a pretty good time for us to be doing this. 06:06 MOBILIZATION WITH MOVEMENT But essentially what you want to do for this mobilization with movement, confirm it's on the right patient, then have them sit on a table. In general, I would probably bring up the table up a little bit, but this will work. It really doesn't matter if you have a massage table or a high-low. This one's super easy to do. The only item you need is a mobilization belt. and it doesn't really matter so much which one, but I kind of like this blue one for a couple reasons. It's cheap. Um, so this is the Mulligan belt and then it doesn't have that big leather piece that sort of gets in the way for this mobilization and it costs extra that you don't need. So what you're going to do is form a big loop with that mobilization band. So make sure it's in a big loop and it's going to go around you and the patient. So put it around your back first. And then you're going to reach around the patient, clip, make sure that buckle's not contacting them. And then the belt should live right at their ASIS. So you want that belt to be essentially where like the waist part of a seat belt would be on an airplane or in the car, right at the ASIS. Then I'm going to tighten that up to where I've, right now I've got way too much slack in the belt. So I'm going to put, this to where we now have it taut, so it is nice and firm. And essentially what I'm thinking about with the belt is fixing her pelvis to this table. So you can see it's at a little bit of a downward angle. not completely parallel. If I was completely parallel, I'd be pulling Alexis back towards me. I want this downward angle with the belt to kind of fix the pelvis down to the table. From here, the mobilization is super easy and simple. Sometimes I'll start out without even mobilizing, but just fix the pelvis and then have the patient move through some active range of motion and deflection. So what Alexis is doing is she's just reaching her fingertips towards her toe here, trying to allow this part of her low back to really relax. and just move forward. So typically this is how I would start someone out here. Rather than cranking on them immediately, I'll just allow them to access whatever flexion they feel comfortable with and just move forward. And you know at ICE we like to pump. So we're usually going pressure on, pressure off. We're hitting that in range position and then coming out. Let's say 10 or so reps have gone by and she's continuing to improve each time we do this. She likes the feeling of the stretch. That's where I'm going to add my pressure or my mobilization force. Now I've seen this technique taught segmentally specific where you find the exact segment that you feel is reproducing the patient's symptoms and drive on that. But I'll be honest with you all. I'm typically not the guy that's in there with my thumbs on a specific segment. Rather, I use my whole hand to give nice broad force. If the problem's in their thoracolumbar junction, my hands are typically right here around the bottom of the ribcage, pushing forward. But, go ahead and come on up. If the problem's a little bit lower in the lumbar spine, my hands are just gonna live a little bit lower. So I'm not putting any segmental pressure here. What I am doing is just essentially pushing into flexion in the region of the back that I feel is provoking the symptoms. So don't overthink your mobilization force. Just very gently add pressure all the way to in range and then come off. Super, super simple. I find just as much success being very regional as I do being very segmentally specific. So don't overthink this one. This is just repetitive motions with overpressure. Very nice way to loosen up the lumbar spine. typically this patient loves it. 10:08 LOOSENING UP THE LUMBAR SPINE Now a couple little nuances here with this technique before we finish up. Sometimes you're going to have a patient who is more of a unilateral restriction. So they're going to mostly complain of right-sided back pain and it's going to be mostly tight on their right side but not so much on their left side. For that person, you want them to forward bend and reach to the left. You want all of these tissues to open up. So Alexis is now forward bending and grabbing her left ankle, and you can see that that would open up this side, and it gives you the really nice ability to just kind of push and open up kind of that QL, all of the lumbar extensors, everything sort of living on this side of the back. So for those more unilateral restrictions, come on out, She's liking that position, that's why she's hanging out there so long. For that unilateral presentation, sometimes I'll do this mobilization a bit unilaterally as well, but just some nuances that you can play with. 13:33 MOVEMENT WITH CUPPING The last piece that I wanted to show you all is just a way to increase the vigor a little bit, and kind of give the patient that perceived stretch, because often this person is gonna tell you, when they wake up in the morning, I feel really tight, and I feel like I need to be stretched out. And so we want to kind of match that feeling So for that I want to expose their back a little bit and I'm going to add some cupping. So what I'll do with cupping is I'll kind of take my cups, find the region that seems the most tight or painful to the patient, and then I'll fix these cups on them, have them hang out with the cups on. I'm not gonna do that on the video, but for a minute or so, just to sort of acclimate to having these on their back. And then after a minute or so goes by, they're gonna move through those same flexions with the cups on. So I'll show you real briefly just a couple of those. Always use a little cream when you're using cups. It's much friendlier. to your patient. But essentially what we're going to do is fix that cup on her back. That already gives her a bit of a sensation of stretch. These are over the lumbar extensors and they're in the region that's been provoking her symptoms, the region she feels the most tight. Now again, a minute or so would go by. We would make sure she felt relatively comfortable here. with the cups on before we moved, but let's say that minute has passed and I'm ready to go ahead and move through some more range of motion. The cups are still on. Now my belt is in the exact same position and Alexis is doing the very same thing. So she's just forward bending. I can even add some more pressure if I like, or I could slide these cups around and see if I could isolate the exact area that feels the most stiff. appreciate that this is definitely a higher vigor than where we started with. So you want that person to have lower irritability at this point. You want to have seen some good symptom response prior to progressing to this much vigor. But if you're seeing good success and you want to up the vigor here, cups are a really nice way to increase the stretch to that region. So in summary, No one technique is good for all back pain. Back pain presents a bunch of different ways, and you've got to have the right person in front of you if you expect it to work. So for this technique, if the person improves each time they forward bend, their symptoms feel a bit better when they move into them. you want to move into those symptoms with your treatment, and that's where this mobilization with movement is really helpful. You can start out really easy with just active range of motion. You can then add some overpressure. If you want even more stimulus, you could add some cups, or better yet, even have them hold a weight in front of them and have that weight drag them down. Lots of creative options here with this mobilization with movement, and just one that I find myself using quite a bit as we see an awful lot of folks who have this dysfunction presentation. Team, hope to see you on the road at some point. We are out and about a bunch throughout the rest of this year. Jump on ptonice.com and jump into any of the live courses that are in your area or ones that are on your list. Keep your eyes peeled for future announcements with ICE. Lots of cool things on the docket coming out here in October. So I will see you again here soon in a month. Until next time, hit that mobilization with movement. 14:29 OUTRO Hey, thanks for tuning in to the PT on Ice daily show. 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Brittany Richmond's life took an unforeseen turn after high school - a twist that shook her to her core. The crushing reality of anxiety disorders became her unwelcome companion, turning her world upside down. This journey weaves through the depths of her struggles, but it also reveals an unexpected strength that emerges from vulnerability. Listen closely as Brittany shares her tale, for within it lies a thread of resilience that leaves us wondering: how did she find the courage to fight her own demons? Brittany Richmond's journey into the realm of mental health and anxiety disorders started soon after high school. As a young, carefree teenager, the harsh diagnosis of anxiety disorders came as a shock. It was a reality she wasn't prepared for and it led her down a winding path fraught with challenges. The falling dominoes of her life seemed to echo the rhythm of her panic-stricken heartbeat. Dropping out of college multiple times became the soundtrack of her life. Yet, within the chaos, Brittany found strength in vulnerability and a resolve to wrestle with her anxieties. Her story is a testament to human resilience - it's raw, it's real, and it's relatable. As she battles her own demons, she reaches out to others, using her experiences as a beacon for those lost in the labyrinth of mental health issues.,Battling anxiety disorders and the fear of societal judgment, Brittany Richmond found herself in a storm she never anticipated. The diagnosis came shortly after high school, leaving her feeling trapped in her own mind. Her life became a series of dropouts from college as she grappled with the weight of her condition. Yet, in the face of adversity, Brittany found a purpose. The echoes of her struggle fueled her commitment to become an advocate for mental health, specifically targeting the youth. Her narrative is not one of despair but of hope. It is filled with the grit of a fighter and the vulnerability of a survivor. Now, she uses her journey as a lifeline to others, sharing her experiences and offering a hand to those who find themselves lost in the complex maze of mental health. She can be reached through her Instagram at @thebrittanyrichmond Connect with Shawn: Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/theshawnfrench/?hl=en Twitter-https://twitter.com/theshawnmfrench Website- https://theshawnfrench.com/ Work with Shawn- https://calendly.com/shawnmf32/strategy-call?month=2023-09
Is seminary worth it? It requires a lot of sacrifice, can be expensive, and some of the classes don't seem too helpful for student ministry. And yet it provides a unique opportunity for training and ministry development. How can youth workers discern whether or not to pursue further education, and how do we choose amidst the many options? Discussion Includes: If I can just buy the books off Amazon and follow some nerdy youtube and podcasts then why would anyone enroll in seminary? What are some benefits and shortcomings of the traditional seminary/M.Div. model? If someone listening is feeling compelled towards seminary but they aren't sure how to discern which school is right for them, what advice do you have for them to make a wise decision? How can seminary students who are listening to this podcast get the most out of their seminary experience… academically, spiritually, and personally? Some of our listeners would probably LOVE to enroll tomorrow, but they simply can't. How can they continue their theological and ministry formation? Doug Ponder is a teaching pastor at Remnant Church in Richmond, VA, and Professor of Biblical Studies at Grimke Seminary. Follow Doug on Twitter: @dougponder Join YPT's Facebook group: @youththeologian (make sure you answer the membership questions) Follow YPT on Twitter: @youththeologian Follow YPT on Instagram: @youththeologian YPT has published an ebook that's a free download for subscribers! Youth Ministry is Theological Ministry captures the essence of Youth Pastor Theologian in one ten-chapter book, written by six different contributors from across America, Mexico, and the UK.
Is it just us or has the Billboard Hot 100 felt... weird this year? It's the same chart that's seen Doja Cat's "Paint the Town Red" hit No. 1 — the first rap song to rise to the top spot in more than a year — as well as Oliver Anthony Music's controversial "Rich Men North of Richmond" and a remix of an old song by The Weeknd. Is the Billboard Hot 100 actually measuring what people are listening to these days? Can we trust it to tell us about the most popular music? Sam talks with Switched on Pop's Charlie Harding and Reanna Cruz about how Billboard ranks the Hot 100 and the ways that artists, fandoms, and political actors have changed the game... and learned how to game the charts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today with heartbreak and yet joy I share that my Momma passed and is in heaven, dancing with Jesus right now.And I share a very encouraging word about how we are empowered by the Holy Spirit to do hard things. From fulfilling the call of greatness to overcoming depression the Holy Spirit Empowers us to not only do these things but to overcome adversity and to have the victory.Questions? text 859-407-7673GET THE NEW APP! SEARCH GJTM (Gary & Julie Tussey Ministries) on your APP STORESupport Julie in her mission on the GJTM APP- click "Giving"BECOME A VIP! VOICE IMPACT PARTNER WITH Gary & Julie Tussey and TheVoice Inc. a 501c3 Non-profit ministry. All gifts are tax deductible-Give Here:-The Gary & Julie Tussey Ministries APP-Venmo: thevoiceinc -Cash App: $thevoiceinc-PO Box 263, Richmond, KY 40476BOOKING: email@example.comLIFE COACHING: To schedule your Life Coaching appointment with Julie email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTUSSEY TELEVISION: youtube.com/tusseytelevision Subscribe today!Limitless Live! with Gary & Julie Tussey on Gary & Julie Tussey Ministries APP! SEARCH Gary & Julie Tussey Ministries on your APP STOREJULIE'S SKINCARE, AND WELLNESS: marykay.com/julietusseyTEXT JULIE: 859-407-7673Thank you for listening today and please share, follow, subscribe and/or leave a great review for us today. We appreciate you!!c&p 2023 Julie Tusseyfacebook.com/thejulietusseyshowThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3245015/advertisement
The companies hoping to bring a casino to Richmond have already contributed more than $8 million for the campaign, according to paperwork filed with the department of elections; The Chesapeake Oyster Alliance, a project of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, announced its 100th member this weekRepublican Delegate Rob Bell, who served Albemarle County for two decades, is now deputy attorney general for Health, Education and Social Services.
Catch up on all the footy news from AFL 360, Tuesday the 19th of September as Gerard and Robbo discuss the Blues support that continues to thrive, the Lions injury worry, and the candidates on the table to coach Richmond For more of the show tune in on Fox Footy & KAYO.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Channel 7 footy reporter Mitch Cleary joined Kane and Tim to talk about Nathan Buckley and Trent Cotchin's involvement in Richmond's coach selection process, who'll be paying Brodie Grundy's contract if he moves to Sydney, where Ben McKay is heading, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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I'm excited to welcome back one of my favorite guests in this episode of Filter. I had the privilege of talking with Justin Whitmel Early about his new book, Made For People. Justin is insightful, clear, and practical as always. We discussed the theological foundations for friendship, what Justin calls “covenant friendship,” and practical ways to cultivate these kinds of friendship.Justin Whitmel Earley is a lawyer, author, and speaker from Richmond, VA. He graduated from the University of Virginia with a degree in English Literature before spending four years in Shanghai, China, as a missionary. Justin got his law degree from the Georgetown University Law Center, and he now runs his own business law practice in Richmond, Virginia at Earley Legal Group.His book, The Common Rule – Habits of Purpose for an Age of Distraction, was published with InterVarsity Press in 2019. He frequently speaks at businesses and legal events on habits, technology, and mental health; and at churches and conferences on habits, spiritual formation, and parenting. His second book, Habits of the Household – Practicing the Story of God in Everyday Family Rhythms, was released with Zondervan in November of 2021. Justin also writes fiction and poetry and is working on a children's book. He is married to Lauren and has four sons – Whit, Asher, Coulter, and Shep.SHOW NOTES: https://www.aaronshamp.com/podcast/justin-earleySUPPORT THIS PODCAST: https://www.aaronshamp.com/support ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––Track: Perseverance — Land of Fire [Audio Library Release]Music provided by Audio Library Plus––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
One of the outcomes of our experience of the Covid-19 pandemic has been to both highlight and to amplify our problem with loneliness and isolation as a culture. That's why I'm glad to be talking with Justin Whitmel Earley about his new book, Made for People: Why We Drift into Loneliness and How to Fight for a Life of Friendship. Justin describes our interactions with others as either a "snack" or a "meal", and goes on to state "our fullest spirituality is only possible with others." This is a rich conversation you will enjoy.Justin Whitmel Earley is a lawyer, author and speaker from Richmond, VA. He graduated from the University of Virginia with a degree in English Literature before spending four years in Shanghai, China, as a missionary. Justin got his law degree from the Georgetown University Law Center and he now runs his own business law practice in Richmond, Virginia at Earley Legal Group. In addition to Made for People, Justin is the author of The Common Rule and Habits of the Household. In episodes 72 and 222, I interviewed Justin about these two books. He frequently speaks at businesses and legal events on habits, technology and mental health; and at churches and conferences on habits, spiritual formation and parenting. He is married to Lauren and has four sons – Whit, Asher, Coulter and Shep. _________________________________________________________Connect with Alan on LinkedIn or learn more about Unhurried Living programs on their website.
Justina Page is an international speaker and natural storyteller who speaks with a bold and refreshing honesty. She's the author of the award-winning book, The Circle of Fire which tells the story of how Justina's life was changed forever when fire swept through her home, the loss of her 22-month-old twin son, Amos, the severe lasting injuries of her other twin son, Benjamin, and her own devastating experience of third-degree burns covering 55 percent of her body. She's also the author of 20 other literary works. Justina now inspires audiences with a powerful message of hope and triumph. She's the Founder & Executive Director of The Amos House of Faith, a nonprofit organization, established to provide post-burn support to families affected by burn trauma. She's a voice over actor and children audio producer. She's also an actress in the award-winning faith-based movie We Are Stronger, the inspirational TV series Breaking Strongholds, and a few other upcoming films. She resides in Richmond, TX with her husband of 36 years Pastor James Page. She believes that with God, all things are possible!
Michael Phillips of 910 The Fan in Richmond joins the show for his weekly appearance to share his biggest takeaways from the Commanders 35-33 win over the Denver Broncos. Phillips tells us if his feelings on the team over the first two games have changed at all, before discussing the top performers in Sunday's game, including Chase Young who recorded a sack and a half.
Many Virginia schools stayed closed longer during the pandemic than those in most other states. And those closures contributed to a significant loss in learning. Now, in the second full year of in-person instruction, they're still working to fill the gaps. Megan Pauly reports on an effort in Richmond to get kids caught up.
In this episode, this is a continuation of the previous episode where Clint and special guest Dom Lewis discuss the year 1997 in Hip Hop and R&B. Now they're giving away the MVP and Rookie of the year in 1997. Follow Dom @fourforfourpodcast Get Merchandise and Tickets to My Edible Wore Off Tickets www.myedibleworeoff.com 9/24 Austin, TX 10/1 Buffalo, NY 10/18 Richmond, VA 10/19 Virginia Beach, VA 10/25 Ontario, CA 10/26 Bakersfield, CA 11/1 Vancouver, BC 11/2 Seattle, WA 11/5 Baltimore, MD 11/12 Boston, MA 11/19 Providence, RI 11/29 Louisville, KY 11/30 Detroit, MI 12/10 Indianapolis, IN 12/15-16 Fort Worth, TX Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, Clint is reviewing Diddy's new album The Love Album: Off The Grid Get Merchandise and Tickets to My Edible Wore Off Tickets www.myedibleworeoff.com 9/24 Austin, TX 10/1 Buffalo, NY 10/18 Richmond, VA 10/19 Virginia Beach, VA 10/25 Ontario, CA 10/26 Bakersfield, CA 11/1 Vancouver, BC 11/2 Seattle, WA 11/5 Baltimore, MD 11/12 Boston, MA 11/19 Providence, RI 11/29 Louisville, KY 11/30 Detroit, MI 12/10 Indianapolis, IN 12/15-16 Fort Worth, TX Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Matt Smethurst preaches Mark 12:28-34 at River City Baptist Church, a new congregation in Richmond, Virginia. For more information or to get in touch, visit https://rivercityrichmond.org.
In this episode, Chris Kipp teaches a message entitled "Choosing What Is Better" from the story of Mary and Martha in Luke 10:38-42. This the first message in a series entitled "Margin: Making Room For What Matters Most". Chris defines margin, talks about why we need it and then challenges us to be willing to choose what is better. Renaissance Church - Richmond, Texas ren-church.org
IN THE NEWS:Virginia is not doing a great job of attracting new people. In fact, data from state agencies and the US Postal Service show the state is losing more people than it's gaining. Most of those leaving are young adults and families who are getting priced out of the state.A new poll from Founder's Insights shows Virginia voters are, like always, most interested in the economy. This year, abortion is another key issue on many voters' priority list.Plus, Michael and Lauren discuss the media reaction to the Susanna Gibson story--its origins from Republican operatives and how Gibson's team has handled the resulting PR.At the Watercooler: Congressional Black Caucus Week and the debrief on the Richmond forum on affordable housing.TRIVIA: What year was the Roanoake Star installed on Mill Mountain?Learn more at http://linktr.ee/JacklegMedia
How did Nehemiah pray, and how can we apply it to our lives?Nehemiah 1:8–11, 2:1–9Pastor Nate ClarkeSeptember 17, 2023Last week's message: "God, Give us a Burden"https://www.buzzsprout.com/572335/13601924Oasis Church exists to help people see Jesus more clearly.We are led by Pastor Nate Clarke and are located in Richmond, VA.Stay Connected:Website: https://oasischurch.online Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oasischurchva/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OasisChurchRVA/
In this episode of Blacktop Banter, COO of BuildWitt, Jason Richmond, offers an insider's perspective on the Ariat Dirt World Summit happening October 25-27, 2023 in Houston, Texas. This episode provides a comprehensive overview of the summit and its powerful role in fostering learning, innovation, networking, and growth. Jason delves into the tangible, actionable insights attendees will experience and the transformative potential offered through workshops and featured speakers Jocko Willink, Dave Turin, Bob Chapman and more.
The inspiration for this talk was something I heard on a short piece of a podcast of Joe Rogan talking to Oliver Anthony (Chris Lunsford) who came out with the recent viral hit “Rich Men North of Richmond.” Answering a question from Joe Rogan about what inspires him, Oliver quoted the following from the Bible: Proverbs 4:23-26 23 Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it. 24 Keep your mouth free of perversity; keep corrupt talk far from your lips. 25 Let your eyes look straight ahead; fix your gaze directly before you. 26 Give careful thought to the[a] paths for your feet and be steadfast in all your ways. Guarding our heart is critically important. As they used to say in the early days of computer programming, “Garbage in – garbage out!” We have both a higher and a lower nature. We need to curb our lower nature and cultivate our higher nature. This means consciously choosing what it is that we will hold to be valuable, what we will treasure. There is another incredibly wise quote I saw when I was looking up the Bible quote above. Matthew 6:21 For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also. The need for guidelines in life that produce outcomes that are objectively in my interest – my eternal well-being – is all important. “Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it.”
Anlässlich der Debatte um den Song „Rich Man North of Richmond“ beschreibt Wilma Ruth Albrecht in diesem Text an einigen Beispielen die Entwicklung des politischen Liedes als klassisches Kulturgut im Alten Europa der beiden vergangenen Jahrhunderte. Dieser Beitrag ist auch als Audio-Podcast verfügbar. Über die Autorin: Wilma Ruth Albrecht, Sprach- undWeiterlesen
Rev. Michael Davis // Psalm 103; Romans 14:5-12; Matthew 18:21-35