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Sermons from Redeemer Community Church

Romans 15:1–13 (Listen) The Example of Christ 15:1 We who are strong have an obligation to bear with the failings of the weak, and not to please ourselves. 2 Let each of us please his neighbor for his good, to build him up. 3 For Christ did not please himself, but as it is written, “The reproaches of those who reproached you fell on me.” 4 For whatever was written in former days was written for our instruction, that through endurance and through the encouragement of the Scriptures we might have hope. 5 May the God of endurance and encouragement grant you to live in such harmony with one another, in accord with Christ Jesus, 6 that together you may with one voice glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. 7 Therefore welcome one another as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God. Christ the Hope of Jews and Gentiles 8 For I tell you that Christ became a servant to the circumcised to show God's truthfulness, in order to confirm the promises given to the patriarchs, 9 and in order that the Gentiles might glorify God for his mercy. As it is written,   “Therefore I will praise you among the Gentiles,    and sing to your name.” 10 And again it is said,   “Rejoice, O Gentiles, with his people.” 11 And again,   “Praise the Lord, all you Gentiles,    and let all the peoples extol him.” 12 And again Isaiah says,   “The root of Jesse will come,    even he who arises to rule the Gentiles;  in him will the Gentiles hope.” 13 May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, so that by the power of the Holy Spirit you may abound in hope. (ESV)

Mason and Friends show
Episode 651: episode 651

Mason and Friends show

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 56:32


Holiness Preaching Online
Little Mary-Ep. 7- "Singing in Jail"

Holiness Preaching Online

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 19:21


Little Mary Episode 7- "Singing in Jail"

Take the Stage Opera
088 Don't Settle for Less

Take the Stage Opera

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 24:11


Ever since  I was a kid, I always wanted to be the best at everything. It was pretty toxic.I didn't realize that valuing excellence wasn't toxic by itself. It was only harmful when I didn't have the tools of mindfulness I have developed.Now I can push myself towards my wildest dreams, without all the shame, stress, anxiety, and perfectionism I used to experience.Listen to learn how you can do the same for yourself!For more information about Evan, check out evandunn.com and sign up for a free sample coaching session.takethestagecoaching@gmail.comInstagram @takethestagecoachingTwitter @TakeOpera

The Daily Zeitgeist
BoostBird Singing in the Trend of Zeit 5/19: Rihanna, Dark MAGA, Migos, Monkeypox, McDonalds, Defense Production Act, Attack of the Clones

The Daily Zeitgeist

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 22:30


In this edition of BoostBird Singing in the Trend of Zeit, Jack and special guest co-host Matt Lieb discuss Rihanna welcoming her first baby with A$AP Rocky, Madison Cawthorn proclaiming it's time for 'Dark MAGA' to take command, Migos possibly breaking up, Monkeypox cases detected in Europe & North America, McDonald's selling off all of their Russian locations, Biden invoking the Defense Production Act for the baby formula shortage, and and Ewan McGregor's "Attack of the Clones" revelation. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mason and Friends show
Episode 650: episode 650

Mason and Friends show

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 50:11


www.TheMasonAndFriendsShow.com https://thejuunit.bandcamp.com/releases trivia. the Goonies. petersburg, GO GO, perculator, foam party, RIP Chuck Brown, memorial cyclists, cycle season, speed issues, weapon plans, stick time, shoulder issues, horse racing, gary chambers, Hemp Uses, concrete? solar issues, can it compete? Nuclear? electric batteries, electric cars, outlet plugs, winter issues, maintaining, more sci fi needed, fucked up issues, balcony jumping, partying young, pretty mouth, hotel beef, check shit out, the music of this episode@ https://open.spotify.com/playlist/23ISp6sP6HR2pJlr408BmL?si=4ec163f133e64380 support the show@ www.patreon.com/MperfectEntertainment

Life Kit: All Guides
Singing 101: How to find your voice

Life Kit: All Guides

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 21:23


When some of the greatest singers are Whitney Houston, Ariana Grande or Beyonce, it's easy to feel like being a good singer is just a dream. But you don't need to be a Grammy-grade singer to have fun at karaoke. These tips will help you find your voice.

Gay Mystery Podcast
Recommendation: Laury Presents a Dark Thriller by a Master of "Tartan Noir"

Gay Mystery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 15:52


Ep: 122 Laury recommends the first novel in a grim psychological series by Val McDermid.Podcast Website:www.queerwritersofcrime.comSign up for the show's newsletter:https://tinyurl.com/qworcrimenewsletterCheck out blog posts by guests on the website:https://www.queerwritersofcrime.com/blog/Chip in and help support this podcast:buymeacoffee.com/queerwriters   To cover the cost of producing Queer Writers of Crime, some of the links below are affiliate links. At zero cost to you, Brad will earn an affiliate commission if you click through the link and finalize a purchase.Get a Kindle Paperwhite:https://amzn.to/3KCfUuOThe Mermaid's Singing by Val McDermidhttps://amzn.to/3w9xCk9The Tony Hill/Carol Jordan series by Val McDermid on Amazonhttps://amzn.to/3P5EnvNBrad's Website:bradshreve.comSupport Requeered Tales:requeeredtales.comKindly give to The Trevor Project, a much-needed charity focusing not only suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth, but also helps to get answers and information to support them and connect with an international community of LGBTQ youth aged 13 - 24.thetrevorproject.org

Dear Venus
#198: Freddy Mercury Still Singing And Charming

Dear Venus

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 54:40


• Our Biggest Impediment To Enlightenment • Something Odd About Venus (Helloprettyface.com) • Ringing Like Bells  • Polka Dot Energy • The Big Alien Dream • This Will Not Pass • Plus Results of Your Calls To The Live  Dear Venus Show! And In Response To Private Readings With Venus • Studio CALLERS: 760-456-7277 • Callers: Virgina's Depressed, Lazy Body Gets An Energy Slap  & Deborah's Dead Parents Give Her Career Advice • Instagram: venus_andrecht Callers always get free On Air readings every live Dear Venus show Wednesdays at 2 pm PAC/5 pm EST. Call the show at (760) 456-7277. Visit godisalwayshappy.com for Radio & Private Reading information. 

More Than Maple Syrup
Melodies and Menus: Tyler Shaw and chef Suzanne Barr

More Than Maple Syrup

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 44:27


Our season two premiere of our podcast series Melodies and Menus sees food writer Dan Clapson and singer Madison Olds chatting with one of the most familiar faces in Canadian pop music, Tyler Shaw, as well as My Ackee Tree author and Wall of Chefs judge Suzanne Barr.Shaw discusses everything from returning to touring (alongside Josh Ramsay) to his love of brunch in Calgary and Saskatoon and dim sum in Vancouver while Barr talks about how her memoir came to be, diversity as it pertains to food television and why music plays an important part in creating atmosphere in a restaurant.

My Living Room: Live!
Episode 155 - The Sound of Music ⛰🎶

My Living Room: Live!

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022


Episode 155 was alive with The Sound Of Music! We performed some of our favourite things and shared some behind the scenes details from the film and even stories from the audience ❤🎹

Beast Mode Kids
#141 Beast Mode Kids - Mowing the Lawn and Variety Show

Beast Mode Kids

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 24:13


Pat and Alora had a hard time talking today, especially Pat. Every day can't go smooth and today proved that.But Alora has had a very fun and busy week. With singing in a Variety Show, to running Track when it was 95 degrees outside, to learning how to mow the lawn. There are things that you just need to know and one of them is mowing the lawn. If you are like Pat you enjoy mowing the lawn and are kind of particular about it, but sometimes He can't get to it, so here is Alora to the rescue. Part of parenting is teaching your kids how to be an adult, just wait till Alora gets her drivers license and needs to learn how to change a tire. That is going to be some long days. To send Alora, Bo, or Pat a questions or comment email at:Email --- beastmodekids201@gmail.comFollow Pat @ INSTAGRAM --- thepatrickdavy  https://www.instagram.com/thepatrickdavy/FACEBOOK  --- https://www.facebook.com/patrick.davy.39

Dermot & Dave
Brighten Your Day And Have A Listen To These Singing Animals

Dermot & Dave

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 5:23


Animals singing tunes, what's not to love? [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2022/05/18130307/DavesWorld_1805.mp3"][/audio] For Dave's World, Dave showed us why the internet can sometimes be a great place, this time by showing us some lovely singing animals. Now, a lot of it is thanks to auto-tune but sure aren't half the Pop stars autotuned these days. Click Play above and brighten your day 

The Bee Morning Coffee Club
TJ and Terry Busted singing this morning

The Bee Morning Coffee Club

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 7:23


Chris turns on the mics without their knowledge and well, listen now

The College Football Daily
Bret Bielema on rebuilding Illinois, year-to-year progression, and singing at Wrigley Field

The College Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 19:25


Bret Bielema enters his second season in Champaign as he continues rebuilding Illinois Football. With returning starters on both sides of the ball as well as a renewed focus on in-state recruiting, things are looking up for the Illini in 2022! Host: Lance Glinn Guest: Illinois HC Bret Bielema Follow or Subscribe to The College Football Daily on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Find the 247Sports podcast for your favorite team here!   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Illini Inquirer Podcast
Bret Bielema on rebuilding Illinois, year-to-year progression, and singing at Wrigley Field

Illini Inquirer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 19:25


Bret Bielema enters his second season in Champaign as he continues rebuilding Illinois Football. With returning starters on both sides of the ball as well as a renewed focus on in-state recruiting, things are looking up for the Illini in 2022! Host: Lance Glinn Guest: Illinois HC Bret Bielema Follow or Subscribe to The College Football Daily on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Find the 247Sports podcast for your favorite team here!   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Uncovered A Cappella with Brian Michaels
A Cappella Acappella acapela acapella acappela a cappela etc... - Ep112

Uncovered A Cappella with Brian Michaels

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 9:53


On this weeks episode we have originals by:Vocaldente - https://www.vocaldente.org/Marcoux Corner - https://www.singers.com/group/Marcoux-Corner/Birdland Avenue - https://www.facebook.com/birdlandavenue/Check out the webdsitehttps://www.podpage.com/uncovered-a-cappella-with-brian-michaels/*** ALL SONGS USED WITH PERMISSION ***

The Singer's Podcast
Ep. #30 How to Avoid “Throaty” Singing

The Singer's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 16:14


There are 2 main things that cause “throaty” singing, which can cause you to sound more weighed down and strained. Good news is, there are several ways to avoid it. If you want to create a powerful, healthy voice that can hit every note like it's second nature... go to sophieshear.com/free and watch my free masterclass. (There's one for you if you're a Christian or worship singer, and one for you if you sing any other genre.)

The Daily Break
Swan Lake, Mammoth Bones, and Singing Resignations

The Daily Break

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 7:48


Andrew Tallman with today's latest trending headlines from Newsweek.comSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The PR Maven Podcast
Episode 185: Time To Get Everyone Singing From the Same Song Sheet With a Message Map

The PR Maven Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 9:37


In today's world, brands are constantly competing to spread their respective messages to millions of global consumers. Any brand hopes to distinguish itself from competitors, breaking through the noise and reaching those consumers with a message that resonates.  The ultimate goal, of course, is to persuade the customer to buy, buy, buy.  And today's consumers aren't always the easiest to persuade. According to the 2019 “Edelman Trust Barometer Special Report,” barely one-third of customers (34%) trust most of the brands that receive their hard-earned dollars. Edelman's survey found that brand trust is a deal-breaker for more than 80% of consumers when they're considering a purchase.  This sounds like common sense: Trust the brand, and people will buy. But it's not so straightforward to establish that trust.  Brand trust is also increasingly valuable currency, given the rising purchasing power of a millennial generation that is traditionally skeptical of big business. Nearly 85% of millennials don't appreciate traditional advertising because they don't trust the messengers.  So how do you establish trust?  Continue reading here.     The article read in this episode originally appeared on the Forbes Agency Council CommunityVoice™ in February 2020.    Activate The PR Maven® Flash Briefing on your Alexa Device.    Join The PR Maven® Facebook group page.    Sign up for email notifications for when new episodes are released.  Take one of The PR Maven® Online Courses. 

Light After Trauma
Episode 95: Boundaries: A Crucial Tool for Healing and Thriving with Alyssa Scolari, LPC

Light After Trauma

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 39:47


This week on the podcast Alyssa discusses a brand new, multi-episode topic. Pulling from Nedra Glover Tawwab's book, Set Boundaries, Find Peace: A Guide to Reclaiming Yourself, Alyssa discusses what boundaries are, why we need them, and some of the most prominent areas in which people struggle to set boundaries.  Nedra Tawwab's Instagram: @nedratawwab Order Set Boundaries, Find Peace by Nedra Tawwab   Check out the Light After Trauma website for transcripts, other episodes, Alyssa's guest appearances, and more at: www.lightaftertrauma.com Want to get more great content and interact with the show? Check us out on Instagram: @lightaftertrauma We need your help! We want to continue to make great content that can help countless trauma warriors on their journey to recovery. So, please help us in supporting the podcast by becoming a recurring patron of the show via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/lightaftertrauma   Transcript: Alyssa Scolari [00:23]: Hi everybody, welcome back to another episode of the Light After Trauma podcast. I am your host, Alyssa Scolari. Glad to be back here today. We are talking about boundaries which is in my opinion, one of the most important tools too, and not just healing, but also one of the most important tools that you can use in your everyday life as you go throughout your entire life. You need boundaries all of the time. Alyssa Scolari [00:50]: So before we get into that, just a few housekeeping things. If I have not gotten back to you yet, I know a few of you have reached out to me on Patreon. If I haven't gotten back to you yet, please forgive me. It's been a little bit hectic. I know that in the last episode, I talked about how I have really been struggling with depression. And at the time that I recorded that episode, I was saying like, "I just don't know why I feel this way, and I have done absolutely everything I can do to try to make myself feel better. I've tried to take care of myself to the best of my ability, and yet still, here I am so depressed." Alyssa Scolari [01:31]: Now in the time between when I recorded that episode, and when I am recording this episode, I have a lot more insight into why I was feeling the way that I was feeling. I thought that I understood maybe a part of why I was feeling really depressed with the anniversary of my mom getting really sick, but now that I've ... Well, I should say now that certain events in my life have unfolded, I can confidently say that I know more about why I was feeling so depressed, and I think that emphasizes the importance of hanging in there and riding the wave even if you don't understand what's happening because sometimes we don't understand what's happening, but it's important to hang in there anyway because I am on the mend. Alyssa Scolari [02:24]: Well, somewhat. I will continue to get better, and I now understand that I was gearing up for a goodbye. And I'm just going to briefly touch on what has happened. I will more than likely do an episode where I go into a little bit more depth about it, but I don't know for sure yet, I'm still trying to process what happened. And I'm still trying to grieve and figure out for myself what life is going to look like now because this truly was the hardest decision that I have ever made in my life. Alyssa Scolari [03:09]: I have made the decision to go no contact with my family and briefly, I had a falling out with my brother shortly after I recorded last week's episode. And due to the falling out with my brother, I terminated that relationship because I realized that it was not healthy for me at all, and hasn't been healthy for me for probably 30 years. And so I terminated that relationship. And as a result of terminating that relationship, my mother and I had a falling out about that. And it was really at that point that I knew for me that these relationships aren't going to work in my life no matter how much I wish that they would. Alyssa Scolari [04:12]: So I realize that it's time, it's time to walk away, it's time to say goodbye. It's time to step back from all of this, and as much as it hurt me, I don't question whether or not I did the right thing. I know that I have done the right thing. I don't question that because it was so harmful for me to continue in relationships where I can't be my authentic self, and so I had to walk away and it's ironic I think that this episode, we are talking about boundaries because this was a result. Alyssa Scolari [04:57]: This incident was a result of me trying to set boundary after boundary that just wasn't working and when it comes to family conflict or any kind of conflict, going no contact like right now, I think we are really in cut you off culture. "Well, you're not doing things my way, so I'm just going to cut you off." And a lot of people do that and that's passive aggressive when we're not actually explicitly stating the problem, that can be pretty passive aggressive, but cut off or cutting somebody off, not this cutoff culture that we live in where we're so quick to just be like, "I'm done with you." Alyssa Scolari [05:41]: Making the decision to go no contact with somebody or cut somebody off is typically or should be if exercised in the appropriate way, it should be a decision that comes after years and years or not even years, but after multiple failed attempts at trying to repair the relationships or trying to establish boundaries in the relationships, right? That's when we start talking about, "Do I even want to be in this relationship, friendship, et cetera, if things aren't improving?" So when I say that I went no contact, I by no means want to give the impression that this was an impulsive decision or something that I have done without ever really trying to fix the problem. Alyssa Scolari [06:30]: This is something that for me personally has been 30 years in the making. And again, I don't question whether I did the right thing or the wrong thing. I know it was the right thing for me, but there is a heavy amount of grief there just because it was the right decision doesn't mean that it hasn't been really difficult for me. There's a lot of grief, there's a lot of pain, there's a lot of anger and it feels like I've been preparing for it this whole last month with how depressed I was feeling. Alyssa Scolari [07:13]: I started reading Harry Potter again and mind you, I don't like J.K. Rowling, and I do not buy things now that support her. I have the books Harry Potter is, and always will be one of the most important parts of my childhood and my adulthood apparently. So I don't like Joanne Rowling. She is a trans exclusionary, radical feminist. She is extremely transphobic. She is very, very harmful to the transgender community, so don't support her at all as an aside, but I have been reading Harry Potter and Harry Potter is something that got me through so much when I was younger. So, so much. Alyssa Scolari [08:03]: This boy that has been hurt time after time after time and had nobody there or seemingly nobody there, but persisted anyway. And I started picking up those books again recently, and I've been really, really into them and just really drawn into to that world. And I think because emotionally speaking, there are so many parallels with Harry Potter's worlds and mine, and so in a way it feels like I knew this was coming. Alyssa Scolari [08:38]: I think my body was just preparing and then it happened, and I feel a lot of things, grief and relief. The whole gamut of emotions is what I feel. So I have been really just taking time to heal and recover and learn how to move through my life, and I guess just heal. That's the bottom line, I'm figuring out how to heal. So if I'm less responsive on Patreon, bear with me. If I'm less responsive on Instagram, also bear with me. Alyssa Scolari [09:19]: I am just taking my time to move through all of the feelings as they come, and we will see where I'm at next week. I will, of course update you on how I'm feeling and things of that nature, but that is what happened. I had to go no contact with my family and it sucked. It sucked, bottom line. So enough about that. Let's get into what we're talking about today, and what we're talking about today is boundaries as I mentioned. Alyssa Scolari [09:50]: So boundaries is, or boundaries are the one thing that I think so many people hate when it comes to therapy and healing and recovery because they are the hardest things to set. I believe, especially for trauma survivors who have typically had some part of our bodies or minds controlled by somebody else, trauma survivors who have been made to feel like their body isn't their own or their voice doesn't matter. We really struggle with boundaries, and I really struggled with boundaries. Alyssa Scolari [10:31]: I once had a supervisor tell me several jobs ago that I had terrible boundaries. Actually, she didn't say I had terrible boundaries. She said I had shitty boundaries, yelled at me and told me that I had boundaries. I was horrified by that. I was super young. I was super new in the field, and I look back at that and I'm like, huh? She was right. Now, don't get me wrong. She was so, so wrong to say that, and it was so inappropriate of her to say that, and I was so angry at how she said that to me, but she was right, she was absolutely right. Alyssa Scolari [11:15]: And I have had to work so hard over the last several years to make my boundaries healthier. I believe that boundaries are a work in progress. I think we are always working on them, and I don't think we ever get to the space where we're like a hundred percent perfect in all of our boundaries. I don't know, maybe we do, but I've never met anybody who's a hundred percent perfect in all of their boundaries, but it's something to always be worked on because at the end of the day, boundaries are the gateway to healing, they are the gateway to peace. Alyssa Scolari [11:53]: They are the gateway to good and happy and healthy relationships with ourselves, and others. Boundaries are everything. I firmly believe that, and so many other therapists out there also believe that. So we are talking about this right now. What are boundaries? Why do we need them? How do I know if I have poor boundaries? What do I do if I have terrible boundaries? How do I get better? Why is this so scary for me? How do I move past the anxiety around setting boundaries? Alyssa Scolari [12:30]: We're talking about all of it, and we are not going to be able to fit all of it into one episode. So this is going to be a multiple episode topic, but we're getting through it because I think that this is one of the most useful tools to have in your tool belt. Dare I say it is the most useful tool, at least for me, it's been the most useful. Absolutely. So over the course of the next few episodes, I am going to be pulling a lot of information from one of my favorite books about boundaries, and the author of this book is Nedra Glover Tawwab, and if you don't follow her on Instagram, you absolutely should. Alyssa Scolari [13:21]: She is incredible. She has 1.5 million followers. She is phenomenal, a phenomenal therapist. So I will link her Instagram as well as the book in the show notes. So you can feel free to go and check that out, but the title of her book is called Set Boundaries, Find Peace, A Guide to Reclaiming Yourself. This book is amazing. It's not super long. I have listened to it several times on Audible, so I just listened to it in my car when I'm driving. Alyssa Scolari [13:58]: I highly recommend this book. It was truly life changing for me, and I think that this book was part of the reason why I was able to get to a place where I said no more to my relationship with my family. So let's get right into it. The first question being, what are boundaries? And I think this is one of the first chapters in Nedra's book Set Boundaries, Find Peace. What in the world are boundaries? How do we define boundaries? Right? Alyssa Scolari [14:30]: That word in itself when I bring it up to people, a lot of people, they know what they are, but have trouble putting words to it. So we're going to break it down very simply which is boundaries are rules or expectations that need to be met in order for relationships whether that relationship is with ourselves or with other people. Rules, expectations that need to be met in order for relationships to operate in a healthy manner. In order for us to be happy, boundaries are required. Alyssa Scolari [15:15]: So let's break that down a little bit, right? It might make sense at first to be like, "Okay, well, I understand why boundaries might be needed with other people, but what do you mean myself? How do I set boundaries with myself?" And sometimes, that looks like getting on a schedule, having a routine, making time to detox from technology, right? Getting off the phone, getting off the computer. All of these little things that we do are self-boundaries. Alyssa Scolari [15:49]: They're boundaries that we have with ourselves to keep ourselves happy and healthy. So why do we need them? Why on earth do we need boundaries? Well obviously, it keeps us happy and healthy, but what happens when we don't have them? What happens if we don't have boundaries that are strong enough or boundaries that are too strong? Well, according to Nedra, relationships that are complicated or relationships that don't have great boundaries are among the leading causes of anxiety. Alyssa Scolari [16:29]: So poor relationships, relationships that aren't healthy, relationships that need improvement on boundaries are one of the biggest causes of anxiety. And that makes so much sense because so many people come to therapy, not just in a vacuum, right? People don't come to therapy and just say, "Well, I am struggling with depression." Or, "I have an eating disorder." No, behind the depression, behind the eating disorder, behind the anxiety disorder is typically, "Well, I have problems with this person and I have issues at work, and my boss is making me work 60 hours a week, and my mother won't stop calling me and my partner won't let me talk to other people of the opposite sex." Alyssa Scolari [17:19]: People come to therapy with problems that involve more often than not other people. I have never sat down with a client who came to me with a problem, and the problem was just a little, just about them. This problem almost always encompasses other people. So when we don't have boundaries, we don't have healthy enough boundaries, we tend to fail in our relationships or our relationships don't serve us, and this can exacerbate mental health disorders, and especially for somebody who has trauma, has a history of trauma, this can really exacerbate PTSD symptoms. Alyssa Scolari [18:05]: So how do you know if you are somebody who doesn't have great boundaries? Well, a lack of boundaries in itself can trigger an onset of tons of negative things, right? Including resentment and anxiety and depression and avoidance can also include overwhelm, feelings of burnout. These are all signs that boundaries are poor. I learned in grad school, I think one of the most important things that I learned in grad school and a tool that I keep in my back pocket to this day is my professor said it, Dr. Jim Hall who is amazing, love Dr. Hall. Alyssa Scolari [18:57]: He said to us one day in class, "If you are feeling burned out, if you are feeling stressed out, if you are starting to resent some of the clients that you are working with, that is a sign that you need better boundaries in your life." And I have never forgotten that. So this day, if I find myself getting not necessarily resentful because I don't really resent my clients, but sometimes if I get frustrated, if I feel like I'm working really, really hard, and this person isn't necessarily like meeting me halfway, or if I start to get burned out and I start to feel really, really overwhelmed, I know that that problem is my problem. Alyssa Scolari [19:46]: That's not a problem for my clients. The problem isn't my clients, it's never my clients. If I'm feeling some kind of way, that is because my boundaries aren't good enough or because something is going on within me, it's not the client's fault at all. That is a sign that my boundaries aren't as great as they could be. And so to this day, every time I felt this way, I have made it a point to readjust my boundaries, tighten them up a little, and then I feel so much better, and I enjoy my job so much more because here's the thing, right? Alyssa Scolari [20:22]: We live in this world where we almost shame selfishness in some ways. In some areas, we shame selfishness, right? Oh, you're being so selfish. Oh, why don't you care about anybody else? And then of course, in other ways, I feel like we live in a very, at least in the United States, right? It's very every man for himself, every woman for himself, every person for themselves. But in some ways, I find when it includes mental health and relationships, interpersonal relationships, it is more along the lines of we get shamed for putting ourselves first. Alyssa Scolari [21:11]: Oh, well, how could you not pick up the phone when that person needs you? You're not a good person. Why aren't you, why aren't you helping them move this weekend? And the thing about that is at the end of the day, you cannot save anybody else if you don't put your oxygen mask on first. You can't help other people if you can't help yourself and you will continue to have relationships where you feel resentful, or you feel like your needs aren't getting met until you decide that you have to come first, until you decide that you looking out for you is not selfish. Alyssa Scolari [21:58]: It is self-care. It is a requirement for survival for thriving. You have to look out for you first. Now, this is a really hard concept for people who are chronic people pleasers. I was raised as a people pleaser. I was raised that it doesn't matter what's going on in your life, it doesn't matter what's happening in your world. You need to drop everything and be there for other people, and if you don't, it's selfish, it's not right. It's not okay. Alyssa Scolari [22:34]: This is very, very hard to do, right? Because for those of us who are people pleasers, as soon as somebody needs us, or as soon as the going gets tough, the first thing to go on our list is usually self-care. We will put self-care so low on the totem pole because we are trying to meet the needs of everybody else first. This is often really true with moms. Moms, dads, parents. This is so true. Alyssa Scolari [23:01]: We will put, I say we like I'm a parent. I'm a dog mom, okay? It counts. We will put our needs so low on the totem pole. I have to feed the kids. I have to get them dressed. I have to take them to their after school sports. And we during none of that make time for ourselves in the slightest. Now listen, I'm not saying it's easy. Being a mom, I think is the hardest job in the whole world. Alyssa Scolari [23:36]: Being a parent in general I think is the hardest job in the entire world. Of course because of stigma, right? Because of the patriarchy, women are expected to do much more and often are doing so much more. So I think a lot of that pressure falls more on women and women are more likely to push their self-care to the side. So yeah, it's especially difficult when you have kids, when you have little ones who need you constantly to make time for yourself, but again, you can't show up as your best self to anybody if you're not putting yourself first. Alyssa Scolari [24:19]: And when we're not putting ourselves first and we're not getting our needs met, then we start to resent other people. And we feel like, "well, I'm always there for other people. Why isn't anybody showing up for me?" Because the other thing is, is that people benefit from you having poor boundaries, right? Nedra says this in the book and it is so important to remember. People benefit from you not having appropriate boundaries because then they can get more from you, and it's not necessarily an inherently bad thing. Alyssa Scolari [24:54]: I'm not saying that the people in your life are like, "Oh, I can see that Jane has terrible boundaries, and I'm going to milk her for everything she is worth." No, but it's nature, right? People test limits. People see, they want to see how much they can get away with. So people are going to take advantage of your poor boundaries and then you're going to feel resentful, you're going to feel overwhelmed, you're going to feel burnt out. Alyssa Scolari [25:24]: You're going to start to get very anxious, and you're either going to start to get angry with people, or you're going to become very depressed and you're going to feel lonely, and perhaps might isolate. Maybe you get a lot of anxiety because you don't want to talk to anybody. You don't want to open your inbox. You don't want to look at all your emails. You start to have panic attacks on Sunday nights before work the next day because you don't want to know all the work that your boss is going to put on you. You avoid, right? Alyssa Scolari [25:57]: You avoid. You either lash out at people or you avoid and you try to disappear. Now, I took a survey on my Instagram in a way to prepare for this episode because I thought it would be interesting to get all of your feedback. And I asked the question when you are in a conflict with somebody, what are you more likely to do? And the options were avoid conflict at all costs, set boundaries with the person and talk it through or cut the person off completely. Alyssa Scolari [26:40]: Now much to my surprise, nobody said cut the person off completely. Nobody said that. A few people said set boundaries, but the overwhelming majority of you, I think it was 88% of you said I will avoid conflict at all costs. And I see this so many times in my practice too. People will come in and they will avoid conflict and avoid conflict, but then their mental health will get worse and worse and worse. And honestly, I think that's what was happening to me over this last month. Alyssa Scolari [27:23]: I was avoiding ending things with my family. And so my mental health got worse and worse and worse and worse until I couldn't take it anymore, and I had to decide that I needed to come first. So this happens all of the time. Now there are three different types of boundaries. And first, we have poorest boundaries. Okay? So what are poorest boundaries? These are often people with weaker boundaries like in the sense that they have a lot of trouble setting those boundaries. Alyssa Scolari [28:03]: So they're too involved with other people. They will ruin their own day just so they can be there for somebody else. They will cancel their doctor's appointment just because somebody calls them and says, "Hey, I need you. Do you have time to talk?" These people are highly dependent on other people and they have a really difficult time with feeling highly anxious, overwhelmed, very burnt out. Alyssa Scolari [28:31]: These are your people pleasers. Very difficult time saying no, always wanting to help others. Yes, I'll help you move. Yes, I'll cancel my plans with my family and I will help you move. Yes, I will drive to your house for the millionth time even though you never drive to my house, and I won't say anything about it, but I am going to feel resentful. These are people who often struggle with like codependency and enmeshment. Alyssa Scolari [28:56]: They become extremely attached to other people. In general, they just struggle to say no. I just can't say no to anybody, and then we have healthy boundaries. Healthy boundaries is exactly what it is. It's when you are setting rules and expectations with yourself and other people without your past trauma showing up to the interaction. I hope that makes sense. This is something that I have taken from Nedra's book, and this is what she says, and I think that it's absolutely brilliant. Alyssa Scolari [29:42]: You are setting rules and expectations without letting your pain from the past, your trauma from the past show up. Without letting the fact that you have been abandoned as a child, the fact that your father left when you were younger, the fact that you have a history of sexual abuse, that's staying in the past and here you are setting roles and expectations without apologizing, without over explaining, without feelings of immense guilt or anxiety. Those are healthy boundaries. Alyssa Scolari [30:20]: That is what we are all striving for, easier said than done. I am much better at setting boundaries, but I sure as heck struggle with guilt and anxiety almost every time that I set them. And I think that this is just something that gets better over time and with practice. So then we have rigid boundaries. This is when your boundaries are just like entirely too strong. Alyssa Scolari [30:48]: Strong might not necessarily be the right word. I would say more rigid or inflexible boundaries. So when your boundaries are just entirely too rigid, and this can often look like folks who have like an all or nothing mentality sometimes. It's like I never, ever, ever will allow somebody to borrow money from me, never. And they just take that boundary to the grave. There is zero flexibility, there is zero chance of like, "Okay, well, what if your child is hard up for money and needs gas in their car? Are you going to say no? They need gas in their car to be able to get to work. What are you going to say?" Alyssa Scolari [31:36]: These people don't have space for that. They can't think of a gray area. It's like, "I am absolutely not going to do this or I am absolutely always going to do this. This could also be the person who go to the gym every single day. Now that could also be eating disorder related, but if this person's just like every single day, I have to be at the gym from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and they are so inflexible. Alyssa Scolari [32:04]: Something pops up, there's an emergency. I can't come, I'm at the gym. I can't come, I'm at the gym. There's no wiggle room in their boundaries. People who have rigid boundaries will often cut people off. Again, and I said this earlier. They will cut people off without making attempts to set healthy boundaries. They don't want to listen to anyone else's input, and really what rigid boundaries do is it protects people from getting too close to other people. Alyssa Scolari [32:38]: It protects from building relationships, it puts a wall between them and other people. So those are the three different types of boundaries. Hopefully if you have listened to this, you can identify which boundary you have and which category that you fall into. Now, Nedra in her book, and I think that this is really important to mention. She also goes on to say that there are a few of the major areas that people struggle with when it comes to boundaries. Alyssa Scolari [33:18]: And some of those areas are family, and I think this will make sense to a lot of us on this podcast. It is one of the hardest things to do to set boundaries with your family. Whether that's you can't keep giving money to your sister, or you don't want your brother living with you anymore, or you don't want your mother telling you how to parent your children. You don't want her input, things like that can be very, very difficult for people. Alyssa Scolari [33:54]: Work. So many people go to therapy because their work is so stressful. People really struggle to set boundaries with work especially in this new work from home environment that most of us have fallen into since COVID, or not most, many. It can be really, really difficult to make that determination of when am I going to stop checking my emails? When am I going to make a decision that I'm not going to pick up the phone when I boss is calling me? At what time is that going to stop? Alyssa Scolari [34:34]: Romantic relationships, this is also another huge one. People struggle if their partners are doing something that they don't appreciate, or that is harmful to them. People struggle, and I think a lot of that is the fear of abandonment. I don't want them to leave. Friends, very similar thing. People really struggle to set boundaries for friends because they're afraid of how people are going to react, and technology. Alyssa Scolari [35:02]: This is one that I think before really doing a deep dive into boundaries, I would've never even thought about, but it goes back to what I was saying in the beginning of the podcast where boundaries are really important to be able to set with yourself as well. How many hours a day am I going to be on my phone? How often am I going to check my email? Am I going to pick up the phone every time somebody calls me or am I going to let it go to voicemail, see what they want, and then get back to them when I have the space for it? Alyssa Scolari [35:36]: I've had to do a lot of hard work with technology in terms of just not scrolling TikTok at night, because all the blue light will keep you up for so much longer, and I struggle with insomnia. Just spending less and less time on social media because it depresses me. It really does, and also with emails and responding to people, feeling that need to just respond to people all the time versus looking at their texts or their voicemails, and then getting back to them when it's convenient for me. Alyssa Scolari [36:11]: If it's not, an emergency that I absolutely have to be there for like a life or death situation. So those are some of the main areas that Nedra Tawwab says that people struggle. And I believe it, I believe it. I think it's really, really fascinating. So that is a lot of information that I just threw at you. If I haven't convinced you already to get Nedra's book, this is me saying you totally should because it's a really, really good book, and I'm sure as I have spoken today, you all have been able to see a little bit of yourselves in what I am saying. Alyssa Scolari [36:54]: I am somebody who has poorest boundaries or I did have poorest boundaries. I think I have worked my way towards healthier boundaries, but I am just such a people pleaser. So this is something that I've had to work really hard on. It's been very difficult, but extremely rewarding because my life, my business, my relationships have been so much healthier as a result of working on these boundaries. Alyssa Scolari [37:25]: So this is not the end of our conversation my friends. This is only the beginning of us talking about boundaries. We've learned a lot about how people struggle, the different types of boundaries, and now, we are also going to talk about how we set those boundaries, what some of the fears are, how some people might react. We're going to get into more of the practical stuff. Alyssa Scolari [37:53]: I am really enjoying talking about this, and I hope that you have enjoyed listening. If you like what you hear, please feel free to leave us a review and a rating. It goes a really long way in helping to increase visibility of the podcast, and if you haven't done so already, you can also feel free to check out the Patreon link in the show notes. There you can donate to the podcast if you are liking what you hear. Alyssa Scolari [38:22]: Even a little bit goes a really long way in terms of helping to make this podcast a well-oiled machine. I am so grateful for the Patreon members that we have. Also, if you are a Patreon member, you can make a special request for episode topics. You can feel free to reach out to me and say, "Hi, I would love to hear from you." Take care, have a wonderful week, and I am holding you in the light. Alyssa Scolari [38:48]: Thanks for listening everyone. For more information, please head over to lightaftertrauma.com, or you can also follow us on social media. On Instagram, we are @lightaftertrauma and on Twitter, it is @lightafterpod. Lastly, please head over to patreon.com/lightaftertrauma to support our show. We are asking for $5 a month which is the equivalent to a cup of coffee at Starbucks. So please head on over again, that's patreon.com/lightaftertrauma. Thank you, and we appreciate your support. Speaker 2 [39:25]: [Singing].

The Late Show Pod Show with Stephen Colbert
Sec. Mark Esper | Singing In Ukraine

The Late Show Pod Show with Stephen Colbert

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 31:58


The hateful, racist theory that inspired a teenager to commit mass murder in Buffalo, NY is a popular talking point among Republican politicians and the host of “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” Elsewhere in America, parents are desperately searching for supplies of baby formula as the nationwide shortage becomes a full-blown crisis. Next, Stephen takes a look at some alarmingly stupid and dangerous ideas the former president pitched while former Secretary of Defense Mark Esper was in the administration. Then, Former Secretary of Defense Mark Esper himself joins Stephen for a conversation about his time in the T*** administration, from which he was fired, which he writes about in his new book, “A Sacred Oath.” We want your feedback on The Late Show Pod Show with Stephen Colbert! Visit http://www.colbertlateshow.com/podsurvey to take a brief survey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

WNC Original Music
Ep 148 Derek Piotr / North Carolina Mountain Singing

WNC Original Music

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 50:59


Derek Piotr discusses his field recordings of authentic Americana and folk music spanning the decades of Western North Carolina   Listen to the compilations here https://deathisnot.bandcamp.com/album/ever-since-weve-known-it-more-north-carolina-mountain-singing https://deathisnot.bandcamp.com/album/last-wisps-of-the-old-ways-north-carolina-mountain-singing     And read about some of the people involved here https://derekpiotr.files.wordpress.com/2021/12/bare-family-article-old-time-herald.pdf   Thanks to Admiral Radio for the closing song https://admiralradio.bandcamp.com/album/songs-from-the-vault https://www.admiralradiomusic.com/     Subscribe to the podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wnc-original-music/id1378776313 https://www.iheart.com/podcast/wnc-original-music-31067964/ https://gopod.me/wncom   Follow on Social Media https://www.facebook.com/wncoriginalmusic https://www.wncoriginalmusic.com https://www.instagram.com/wnc_original_music/   All music used by permission   Folklorist Derek Piotr pulls together mountain songs from North Carolina crossing nearly a century. Child ballads and local murder songs sit alongside dulcimer & close harmony singing. The star of the compilation, Mrs. Lena Bare Turbyfill, could have been another Texas Gladden in her own right, but dozens of recordings of herself and her family made in 1939 remained on a shelf in The Library of Congress, until they were unearthed by Derek and presented on this collection. Mrs. Turbyfill's daughter Nicky also makes a notable appearance here.  

The Morning Rumble Catchup Podcast
The One With Rog Singing Some Honky Tonk - Tuesday 17th May 2022

The Morning Rumble Catchup Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 61:19


Today on the show - We are joined in studio by Jon Toogood from Shihad, talking NZ Music Month and upcoming tours. Rog goes for a trip down memory lane after listening to some Poison and he shares with us one of his favorites.  And Bryce's parents have come to stay and he has made a list of some of the most punishing things that they get up to.    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Posy Flynn Sings
S1E7: Starlight City

Posy Flynn Sings

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 20:32


Posy Flynn heads to the Starlight Starbright Sing-off! The competition will be fierce but Posy will do her best!

Jearlyn Steele
Stroke Recognition and Legendary Singing

Jearlyn Steele

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 33:17


May is National Stroke Awareness Month.  What should we know about this afliction?  How can we take steps from preventing one happen to us?  Allina Health neurologist Dr. Ron Tarrel goes through some those major points we should be aware of. If you love the music of Lou Rawls, you could be in for a treat.  A tribute concert featuring the music of this legendary singer will be performed at the Chanhassen Dinner Theatre on Friday, May 20th.  Johnnie Brown provides the voice to this concert and gives us a preview of the show.

Mason and Friends show
Episode 649: episode 649

Mason and Friends show

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 53:51


www.TheMasonAndFriendsShow.com https://thejuunit.bandcamp.com/releases scooby doo, Kount Fif, https://manbitesdogrecs.bandcamp.com/album/numero-un where is springfield? introspection, the dirty coder, waving, shooting Deuchebag, going old school, Pro Love, Carl Thomas??? Justin did it to Janet, Ruined? Tittie fell out, Camel toe, they Know, take the Pic, Sleep Jerking, Permission? wet dream? so far out? lots of buttons. Ju can Fly? always makin' money... fish video's, wedding interuptions, security help, snagged pole, pole priorities, hi viz fishing, Kount Fif, https://www.instagram.com/kountfif/?hl=en https://twitter.com/kountfif https://www.facebook.com/KountFif https://manbitesdogrecs.bandcamp.com the music of this episode@ https://manbitesdogrecs.bandcamp.com/album/numero-un support the show@ www.patreon.com/MperfectEntertainment

Christ the King Free Lutheran
Isaiah 12:1-6 - Shout & Sing for Joy

Christ the King Free Lutheran

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 17:17


Sermon for the Fifth Sunday of Easter. The Scripture readings are Isaiah 12:1-6; James 1:16-21; and John 16:5-15.Scripture teaches that singing is powerful against the devil and the demons. So, it isn't surprising that Satan tries all sorts of tricks to keep all of us from singing. If Satan tries to get you embarrassed of your voice or ability to sing, get over it. God doesn't care how good of a singer you are. He gave you the voice and ability you have. Sing! Sing of Jesus. Sing of His victory. Sing of His deliverance and forgiveness. Sing how His right hand and holy arm have rescued you. Sing because the battle belongs to the LORD, and He has won the victory over Satan, sin, and death. Sing and watch the devils flee.

WORSHIP CHANNEL
WORSHIP HIGHLIGHTS - May 15, 2022

WORSHIP CHANNEL

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 8:10


Buddy Weaver Music Podcast
Modern Western Square Dancing in 2000 - Singing Call Album by Stan Cole

Buddy Weaver Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 31:22


Today's episode features singing calls that were produced and released in 2000 on the Rawhide Records label.  Caller, Stan Cole was a popular figure from the Central Valley area of California.  On this album he has backup singers creating a full sound. Please take a moment to make a gift to offset our production costs.  Every contribution helps and is appreciated. MAKE A DONATION

West Church Peabody Podcast

As we continue our series “the Church at Worship,” we will be looking at the passages where Paul says we should “sing psalms, hymns and spiritual songs.” We will see that singing for Christians is something that we are to “put on.” Singing is a replacement behavior for something else we are supposed to “put off.” Singing helps us to be different in our Christian life. Singing is a gift that God has given us that engages our whole person: body, mind and spirit. When we sing praise to God, God changes us. He changes us from who we were, our old habits, attitudes and ways of thinking, to new people who think like and act like Jesus. That's an amazing reason to sing, so we can be transformed.

Richard Skipper Celebrates
Friday The 13th! Richard Skipper's Wrap Up! Nat'l Apple Pie Day Edition 5/13/22

Richard Skipper Celebrates

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 73:00


For Video Edition, Please Click and Subscribe Here:  https://youtu.be/begHTvBwMTU Friday The 13th! It's My Wrap Up Show! Some may be looking at this day as a day of bad luck. I'm celebrating something entirely different! National Apple Pie Day Grab a fork and a napkin, because Apple Pie day is coming! I am joined by Glen Charlow, Ava Nicole Francis, Karen Mack, Bryon Sommers, Deborah Stone! Glen Charlow (Graphics/Web Design) As a graphic designer in the performing arts, Glen worked on many cabaret and off-Broadway shows, and for many prestigious theatres and production companies in the United States. Currently living in Baltimore, Maryland. Glen is also an actor and has the largest Lucille Ball collection on the East Coast. www.GlenCharlow.comhttp://www.gcdtp.com/ Ava Nicole Frances is an award winning, 18 - year old singer, actress, and cabaret veteran. Singing professionally since age 10, Ava has wowed audiences in San Francisco, Los Angeles and NYC. Her most recent show Mutual Admiration (with Charlo Crossley) will premiere in NYC on May 1 at 54Below and Ava is proud to announce her London debut on May 17 in Triple Threats at The Crazy Coqs.  Ava's training includes Michael Feinstein's The Songbook Academy, Kristin Chenoweth's Broadway Boot Camp, Young Actor's Theatre Camp and Ruth Asawa School of the Arts where she is currently a senior. Musical theatre performances include Tracy - Hairspray, Diana Morales - A Chorus Line and Rona/Mother - The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Ava is proud to announce she will attend NYU Tisch for Musical Theatre in the fall! 

Peter Alsop's SONGS TO CHEW
Bored, Bored, Bored

Peter Alsop's SONGS TO CHEW

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 10:15


    Hello there!  This week's Song To Chew is BORED, BORED, BORED from my “Wha'D'YaWanna Do?” family album.  Feeling bored can be very painful.  When our daily ‘distractions' recede, any painful feelings we might have stuffed away because we didn't want to deal with them, seize the opportunity to step up front and demand our attention!  Sad, scared and angry feelings get our attention!  And ‘boredom' is kind of a mix of all three!  It hurts and it comes out of not believing in ourselves.  Being bored can happen to those of us who use work to ‘medicate' our painful feelings.  We ‘busy' ourselves so our painful feelings never have a chance to surface.  It's call “being driven”!  When we feel bored, it always helps to shift our perception into a ‘wait'n see' attitude!  Life always presents us with a new focus. We just have trouble seeing what's out there, when we're bored and feeling sorry for ourselves!  Give this a try!  Put your hand on your heart.  Feel it beating, then think about our limited number of heartbeats!  Why in the world would we use them up being bored!?  It's okay to take care of ourselves by removing ourselves from unpleasant boring situations. Try listening to this song!  Singing always seems to help!  I'll be back next week with another ‘Song to Chew'.  Bye for now! ~ Subscribe to my Songs To Chew podcast = https://peteralsop.podbean.com ~ CAMPING WITH DADS = https://www.amazon.com/Camping-Dads-Peter-Alsop/dp/B08CS871QW/ref=sr_1_1 ~ www.FaceBook.com/WeLikePeterAlsop ~ www.Youtube.com/peteralsop = videos ~ www.Patreon.com/peteralsop = support my music & other artistic endeavors ~ www.peteralsop.com/music  = CDs & downloads ~ Subscribe to my Songs To Chew podcast = https://peteralsop.podbean.com ~ CAMPING WITH DADS = https://www.amazon.com/Camping-Dads-Peter-Alsop/dp/B08CS871QW/ref=sr_1_1 ~ www.FaceBook.com/WeLikePeterAlsop ~ www.Youtube.com/peteralsop = videos ~ www.Patreon.com/peteralsop = support my music & other artistic endeavors ~ www.peteralsop.com/music  = CDs & downloads

Impact Radio USA
LIVE SINGING "Talking In Your Sleep" (5-13-22)

Impact Radio USA

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 24:34


In our newest segment, one which reflects on our complete lack of judgement and discernment, we present LIVE SINGING, the segment that features various singers "singing" (yes, that word was intentionally placed within quotation marks!) some of your favorite songs! On today's show, the CHO Singing Group, featuring "Cannabis Carl", "Hicksville Harry", and "Operatic Olivier", came in to sing, "Talking In Your Sleep", by The Romantics. As Al often says, what could POSSIBLY go wrong???

Finding Your Summit
EP: 247. Tyler Tisdale, emerging country star singing his way to the top.

Finding Your Summit

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 41:05


Tyler Tisdale Podcast  In today's episode of ‘Finding your Summit' podcast, host Mark Pattison, former NFL Player, Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, and Mountaineer who has climbed the Seven Summits, talks with guest Tyler Tisdale, a Singer/Songwriter from Hattiesburg, MS. Ride Records Recording Artist, who shares about his musical journey. Tyler also discusses some of his songs and the inspiration behind all of them.  

Christ Crucified Fellowship
Singing About the Messiah

Christ Crucified Fellowship

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 35:00


Posy Flynn Sings
Posy Flynn Presents: Clouds

Posy Flynn Sings

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 3:27


Join Posy Flynn for a fun afternoon of cloud gazing. It is a great way to observe nature, relieve stress, and free your imagination!

Soul Care With Angie Fadel
Believing What's Invisible

Soul Care With Angie Fadel

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 47:57


This week on the pod I have brought you one of my archery students and a newish friend (to me and now you) -- Yoga therapist, Sarah Nelsen. In this episode, we talk about what brought Sarah to this Somatic practice and specifically to the demographic of those of us living with chronic illness. We don't shy away from the difficulties surrounding trying to live fully in a world that doesn't see, believe, or make space for them. The POWERFUL it is to sit, listen, hold space, and believe someone --IT'S TRANSFORMATIVE. Sarah was also kind enough to lead me in meditation at the end of this episode. I enjoyed it and I hope you do, as well. Find all things Sarah Nelson here Homecoming, Yoga in Bed Course, and her brand spanking new podcast Swimming and Singing. I am currently accepting new clients you can book an appointment, archery workshop, or rage walk here at angiefadel.com Also, if you just want to reach out and ask a question go to angiefadel@gmail.com. Music by Todd Fadel And beware there are almost always swears. I'd love it if you liked, followed, shared, and reviewed --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/angie-fadel/support

Mason and Friends show
Episode 648: episode 648

Mason and Friends show

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 48:44


www.TheMasonAndFriendsShow.com https://thejuunit.bandcamp.com/releases movie trivia, warriors. fishing issues, cinco de miyo, appropriation, drinking excuse, chicken issues, cooking issues, pandering, pride? Trae hot headed. Mario Beef challenges, madden complaints, soul caliber, charlestown, winning? kentucky derby, only two tables, four leaf clovers? crystal growth, Us, get out, names, DMX movie, prime? time goes by, the music of this episode@ https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1qDqTTkJVBGawtG1QmR7XU?si=f2f140b45e5241f7 support the show@ www.patreon.com/MperfectEntertainment

Dam Internet, You Scary!
146: Singing for Sex & Paying For Your Lady on DIYS w/ Nate Jackson & Vanessa Graddick

Dam Internet, You Scary!

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 62:50


Dam Internet, You Scary! hosts Patrick Cloud and Tahir Moore break down the disturbing but interesting stories on the internet! Guests: Nate Jackson https://linktr.ee/mrnatejackson Vanessa Graddick https://www.instagram.com/vanessagraddick S/O to our Sponsors Blue Chew bluechew.com/diys Masterworks Start building a diversified art portfolio at masterworks.art/diys  Helix helix.com/DIYS Join our Patreon now!!  https://www.patreon.com/DamInternetYouScary

It's Mike Jones
Mike Jones Minute-Con 5/12/22

It's Mike Jones

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 1:07


Singing the praises of Mexican Pizza and Obi-Wan almost took the camel home. Get it all in today's #MikeJonesMinuteCon!

Tanya's Kid
EP 24: Finding Our Happiness

Tanya's Kid

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 61:59


Life has been hard on us lately in so many aspects, BUT THANKFULLY, we have all sorts of fun just being our goofy selves recording our podcast together. So much was discussed, but even more fun was had and poked at each other. I am pretty certain you hear our son chime in here and there as well. Follow Us!Facebook: facebook.com/tanyaskidpodcastInstagram: @tanyaskidpodcastWant to write in to us?tanyaskidpodcast@gmail.com

Ridiculous Crime
Please, for the Love of God, Stop Singing: State vs. Linkhaw

Ridiculous Crime

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 45:30


Even the worst singers think they're magnificent crooners in the shower or alone in the car. But what of the terrible singers who take their warbling public? Can singing be criminally bad? Turns out the answer is YES.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Travel Wins
Kel Adore singing her songwriting

The Travel Wins

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 37:01


Kel Adore is singing her songwriting as an indie-pop singer-songwriter and working model now based in Los Angeles, California after being raised in Denver, Colorado. We had a great talk about her new music and new single “Happy Again” and what it means for her to share her lyrics with others.She is ready for her artistic career to grow after getting her college education in business. We talked about how her formal education might actually help her out in the ever changing music industry business and how the artists are paid. She says she is excited to start touring as well and having a supportive husband will help her thru the hard parts of life on the road and creating new music.Check out her first single ‘Fool for the Pain' on Spotify and be ready for more new music this year. Make sure to follow Kel on her social media pages to listen to her new music and see where she will be performing.ABOUT Kel AdoreSinger-songwriter Kel Adore is an up and coming artist with a natural gift for visual story-telling. Her mission with music is simple: to uncover truth and help people feel understood. Adore shares her music not to merely entertain, but to feed the soul. Kel believes that music has a special way of connecting us and reminding us of what matters most, especially when it is brutally honest.Her first single, Fool for the Pain, highlights the duality we all face within ourselves when we subject ourselves to things (and people) who do more harm than good. It encourages the listener to think deeply about who they are. To see their spirituality in a different light. To reflect on the worst and the best in themselves.Inspired by artists like Jon Bellion and Julia Michaels, she aims to tell stories that are raw, vulnerable, and honest. Ultimately, Kel hopes to write songs that help you feel the spectrum of human emotions and grow into a deeper understanding of who you truly are.SUBSCRIBEYou can subscribe to The Travel Wins Podcast on Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud, YouTube, iHeart Radio, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Spreaker, Podnews, Castbox, Pocket Casts, Radio Public, and Amazon.The Travel Wins intro song by Allison Johnson and Steve StevensWebsite Design by Stack Host#keladore #singer #songwriter

Posy Flynn Sings
Posy Flynn Presents: Hiking

Posy Flynn Sings

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 3:56


Join Posy Flynn as she goes on a super fun hike in the woods! What kinds of animals will she see during her adventure? Tune in to find out!

Richard Skipper Celebrates
Richard Skipper Celebrates Frances, Crossley-Fortier & Hedwig 5/10/2022

Richard Skipper Celebrates

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 71:00


For Video Edition, Please Click and Subscribe Here: https://youtu.be/E7zIgjSP0PY CHARLOTTE CROSSLEY, nicknamed "Charlo", is an American singer and actress, best known for her roles in the musical theatrical productions of Hairspray, The Color Purple, Jesus Christ Superstar, as a member of the Harlettes in Bette Midler's Clams On The Half-Shell Revue, and for her appearance in 20 Feet from Stardom. https://www.instagram.com/charlofortierhttps://www.facebook.com/charlo.crossleyfortier.7 AVA NICOLE FRANCES is an award winning, 18 - year old singer, actress, and cabaret veteran. Singing professionally since age 10, Ava has wowed audiences in San Francisco, Los Angeles and NYC. Her most recent show Mutual Admiration (with Charlo Crossley) will premiere in NYC on May 1 at 54Below and Ava is proud to announce her London debut on May 17 in Triple Threats at The Crazy Coqs. ULA HEDWIG has an amazing career that has covered every aspect of the entertainment industry from TV to film to theater to concerts and recordings. She has shared the stage with some of the greatest artists of the entertainment industry. She has been part of Redd, Hedwig and Crossley and lead singer of Bette Midler's infamous Harlettes. Her backup vocals can be heard on the following recordings Mascara: See You In LA Lead singer w/Luther Vandross and David Lasley, Darlene Love, Carly Simon, Judy Collins: Phoebe Phoebe Snow: Blondie, Olivia Newton John: The Rumor Rosanne Cash, Boz Scaggs: Tim Curry, Bernadette Peters, Melissa Manchester, Gary US Bonds: Dedication, Weather Girls: Big Girls Don't Cry Noel Paul Stookey, David Lasley: Raindance and more!

Music (ed) Matters
Episode 105: Episode 105 - Using Values-Based Messaging in Your Advocacy with Liza Beth of Chorus America - An Advocacy & Collaboration Curated Episode

Music (ed) Matters

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 35:58


Meet this month's Advocacy and Collaboration Curated Episode, Chorus America's VP of Membership and Communication, Liza Beth. In this episode, we talk through steps for advocating as well as ideas for collaborating. Get ready to connect to your "why" while also learning how to utilize the data to support your impact and further tell your story - the glamorous and quiet ones. Let's all join in telling our story as we #rediscoverharmony!Learn more about Liza Beth: https://chorusamerica.org/node/9023 Chorus America's website: chorusamerica.org The Chorus Impact Study, Singing for a Lifetime: https://chorusamerica.org/resource/chorus-impact-study-singing-lifetime #RediscoverHarmony website: rediscoverharmony.com Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/7M0ueh-bCks. Join us over at Patreon.com/MusicEdMatters for monthly meet-ups, monthly bonus episodes, special pre-release book content, and more!Support the companies that make The Music (ed) Matters Podcast possible: —Kaleidoscope Adventures - find your adventure today, kaleidoscopeadventures.com/. — The Kinnison Choral Company - check out their quality resources - or get your tracks made today - at KinnisonChoralCo.com. **Show music originally written by Mr. Todd Monsell**Show photography provided by Dr. Dan Biggerstaff

The Q Interview
Charlotte Cardin lost the biggest reality singing show in Quebec. Here's why that was a good thing

The Q Interview

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 47:59


Charlotte Cardin's journey to becoming the most-nominated artist at this year's Juno Awards wasn't a typical one. She grew up in a family of scientists and started writing songs when she was young. Eventually, she made it onto La Voix, the biggest reality singing show in Quebec. Spoiler alert: she didn't win. But she'd be the first to tell you that losing La Voix was a blessing in disguise. As a former model, Cardin also had a lot to say about the lack of control you can feel in that industry, versus being able to tell your own story through music. While her path to becoming the most celebrated artist at this year's Junos wasn't always linear, it says a lot about the persistence it takes to find your audience in 2022.