Sarah is joined by her husband, Will, to reflect on gratitude. In this episode they read out what some of the listeners shared on social media.Here at Now That's Something Good we believe in the power of story. This holiday season, we challenge you to listen. You never know what good you'll get from hearing someone else's story. And take heart! Your story can bring encouragement, hope, and challenge to those around you. Be kind, be considerate, be brave - tell your story!Wishing you many things good,Sarah & WillP.S. Sarah gave a shout out to one of our season one guests, Megan Wilson. She illustrated a wonderful children's book called “Rosie finds her Shine.” This book would make a great Christmas gift! You can support Megan and the podcast by ordering her book from Amazon: https://amzn.to/3DPUnfoFollow Rosie on Instagram @life_is_rosie.coShare your thoughts: firstname.lastname@example.orgNow That's Something Good Podcast by Sarah Good is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0Show notes may contain affiliate links. This is at no extra cost to you but does help support telling more stories that bring more good. Now that is something good! Thank you for your kind support.
After watching countless hours of tape, Greg Cosell takes a deep dive into Russell Wilson's performance on the field, plus other aspects of note before this weekend's Seahawks matchup. Ian Rapoport covers all of the news on another busy day around the NFL, from injury updates, to players on the COVID reserve, to allegedly-fake vaccine cards. Lastly, we recap what we learned from Greg Cosell, and on Something Good, Bob's Brown Ale is released.
Pro Football Focus' Steve Palazzolo discusses the Seahawks with an analytical view. How did Russ actually look on Sunday by th enumbers, and how does that compare to his performance over the last year or so? We look at Russ' performance when taking snaps under center vs. in the shotgun. Ichiro will enter the Mariners Hall of Fame next year. He won't be eligible for Cooperstown for a few more years, but will he receive unanimous support. On Something Good, a Thanksgiving tradition that started with an accidental text continues this year.
We're going to hang out with an awesome young lady today who is soon to be another dHarmic rising star alumni. She is a worship leader at Ethos Church and she is also writing, producing and releasing her own music, plus completing her degree in commercial music. Strap up your seatbelts because we're going to take a ride today to the Music City in Nashville Tennessee, with Natalie Layne! Natalie learned to lead worship and write her own songs from several worship pastors, including Cory Asbury, Jon Egan, and Jared Anderson. By the time she was 14, she was leading teams of musicians at the New Life church, serving in their children and youth ministries. In high school and college, she traveled to other churches across America leading worship and sharing her original songs. Natalie describes her sound as “CCM, always with a hint of R&B.” Her EP, “Where Soul Meets the Sound'' combines several musical genres to create a unique musical style. After releasing singles, “Burn Every Ship,” “Gracious,” and “You”, she began creating a full album, “Be Human'' that was released on the 3rd of July 2020. Get to know more about this young lady, hear her stories, her creative process and even her future plans. Also, we'll get to listen to some of her awesome music here in this episode of the dHarmic Evolution with Natalie Layne! More about Natalie Layne Natalie is active on her Instagram and TikTok. All the links to her social media and music platforms are available below. Check out her pages and support her work and music. Quotes: 8:48 I love it all, I do. That's how I knew I wanted to be an artist. I was like, “I love every part of this process, so maybe I should do this forever.“ 15:31 “Steady'' was actually a song that we wrote over Zoom during the first week of COVID stuff happening, just when we were needing something steady. I think everybody was feeling that way. So, we wanted to capture that in the recording and the mixing in the master of like, “there's something we're needing here and we're needing an energy behind it to express that.” 20:27 I think actually, it can be kind of dangerous if we're like, “the process has to be like this.” Because, it just limits so much of the creativity and, so much of the fun, and child likeness and discovery of it being whatever it's gonna be for that song. 45:53 I think stuff like that to people are like, “I need an hour or two hours to do that, and I don't have that much time.” That's not true. Well, you can do something in five minutes, that will totally change the rest of your day. 48:25 I always think about, if I could go back and talk to myself at the beginning of college, maybe that would be the time I would need somebody to just tell me to just chill out, because it's gonna be okay, it's gonna work out fine. It's gonna take some time, probably more years than you think, but if you stick it out, things will work out and you'll meet your people and find your way. Timestamps: 01:25 Introducing Natalie Layne 04:08 Natalie tells about her childhood and where she came from originally 05:55 How was Natalie's experience in Belmont University? 08:24 Natalie's favorite part of her creative process 10:55 Listen to “Steady” by Natalie Layne 13:32 Natalie shares what she felt when she first mixed and played back “Steady.” 16:36 Natalie takes us to the studio during the production of “Steady.” 20:45 Natalie talks about her family and her church experiences in leading worship. 24:21 Is Natalie focused on Christian music or does she also do secular songs? 25:40 The process of songwriting where it reveals the truth of the song later. 28:13 Listen to “Something Good” by Natalie Layne. 31:41 The story behind “Something Good” 34:18 Natalie shares how her process is when it comes to co-writing. 36:49 Natalie's day-to-day habits and what her schedule looks like, and her most appreciated asset on how to get creative. 41:34 Natalie's take on journaling and vision boards. 42:50 What gives Natalie joy during down time outside of music? 46:57 What are Natalie's goals, aspirations and what is she looking forward to most in the future? 48:20 Natalie's advice to the young singer, songwriters, and musicians who are struggling. 50:49 Listen to “Ride On” by James Kevin O'Connor Spotify Playlist: Check out the new format of our dHarmic rising stars Spotify playlists. We are also starting our fourth playlist. Are you there yet? Is your music on there? If it is not, you need to reach out to me if you've been on the show before. You can also put your comments on the website, and let me know what song you would like to have featured on one of our playlists. dHarmic Rising Stars: Aquila https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4loDaYF0OuWRjZeMXvEjK4 dHarmic Rising Stars: Orion https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5CnL9tl0xbU4oDh6jtJBZx dHarmic Rising Stars: Lyra https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1ov0OqNMJmPhHrxZjsXthS dHarmic Evolution links: Thanks for tuning in, sharing and subscribing to the dHarmic Evolution. If you haven't done so yet, go over to dharmicevolution.com. On the website, you can sign up for your favorite platform and check out all the artists that are on there, their photos, their stories, their interviews, and their music. Share this to your family and friends as well! Also, do you know someone who is suffering from anxiety and depression? Please send them to dharmicevolution.com. The book “7 Steps to Mental Freedom” will be of great help to them. You can easily find it on the main page of the website. To stay up to date on all that is happening with the dHarmic evolution, you can visit our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/dharmicevolution/ Hey, if you are an artist, an author, or a keynote speaker, who is trying to find a safe place to post your content, you can check out the Facebook group and let the world support you! Head over to: dHarmic Evolution Community. Special links and Mentions: Cory Asbury Jon Egan Jared Anderson Jay Speight (Natalie's producer) Cooper Bascom Sara Bareilles John Mayer Earth, Wind & Fire Chicago Connect with Natalie Layne Website: https://www.natalielaynemusic.com/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/natalielaynemusic/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@natalielaynemusic Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/natalielaynemusic/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3RWHRU8338vciU-gNp2c1g YouTube Music: https://music.youtube.com/channel/UCVjJKFHzU8vY3J9Zt8mebvg Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/6N1l2HIYtw3RhoJ2wzLYaB Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/natalie-layne/1270183577 Deezer: https://www.deezer.com/en/artist/58750232
Pro Football Focus' Steve Palazzolo takes a look at the Seahawks' next opponent, the Green Bay Packers. Jerry Dipoto makes some comments about the current M's roster that are... puzzling to say the least. The Mayor IPA wins a bronze medal on Something Good.
Aaron Rodgers has tested positive for COVID-19, and will be out for the next ten days. While we haven't gotten an official straight answer about whether or not the star quarterback is vaccinated, sources say that he is not. Have any NFL COVID rules been broken along the way? Right now he's schedule to come back the day before the Packers face the Seahawks. We shall see how that plays out. Steve Palazzolo discusses PFF's Midseason All-Pro Team. Only one Seahawk made first or second team. The Mariners announce a number of players that are no longer with the team, including Kyle Seager (no surprise). What is surprising is that Yusei Kikuchi denied his player option, potentially costing him (and thus saving the M's) $13 million. What's his angle here? Does he think he is worth more? Is he just trying to go back home? The Atlanta Braves have won the World Series, and they did it the way we'd hoped the Mariners would have done things at the trade deadline. On Something Good, a Spokane football player scores a touchdown less than two years after having part of his leg amputated due to cancer.
Loss of a loved one, sickness, financial hardship - all these and more have crushed and still crush people in the course of their lives. In this week's episode, McKay employs his trademark combination of information, experience, stories, and inspiration to encourage us to rise against the tide and decide to start something good this day regardless of the circumstances. McKay breaks the ice by narrating how three-year-old Liz from a broken home changed her narrative. He goes on and stresses the importance of focusing on the positive possibilities and not the feelings of worry and anxiety in times of crisis. He points out that bad things will always happen and encourages us to have the attitude and mentality of a victor regardless. McKay further elaborates ways of escaping the victim mentality and the misery that comes with it, encourages us to stay true to ourselves in hard times and not to follow the herd, and also touches on social media, highlighting how harmful it can be. He concludes by motivating us to be optimistic and invites us to take time to list how we could make this time the start of something good. All in all, McKay spurs us on to strip off the worries, concern, and confusion, and stay attuned to the infinite possibilities that exist. The Finer Details of This Episode: · The story of Liz as a three-year old in a broken home. · The “What if” voice. · The difference in mindset between a victim and a victor. · An analogy between contrarian investing and remaining true to yourself. · Acting independent of the herd. · Anxiety as a thief of joy and positive change. · The effect of social media on our mental health. · Unsubscribing from negative thoughts of fear and worry. · The effects of anxiety. · Psychologist Andy Todd's experiment on anxiety. · Vietnam War Commander Jeremiah Denton's story. · The power of slowing down and taking pauses during speech. · The effects of, and how to put on, optimism. Quotes: “Those with a victim mentality seem to wallow in negativity and tend to force it upon others in an attempt to find company in their misery.” “Worrying won't stop the bad stuff from happening; it just keeps you from enjoying the good.” “It's exactly during these anxiety-ridden times that we have a choice - to see ourselves as a victim or a victor.” “Someone with a victim mentality only sees the problems around them, and on the other hand, someone with a victor mentality will look within themselves to find solutions and carry on.” “You are meant to be a force for good even in confusing times.” “Action stops confusion.” “It's better to lose an eye than to let it infect the whole body. The same goes for some social media.” “Making this day the start of something good is an everyday mindset.” “You are happier when you're hopeful.” “Sometimes you have to get out of the way of yourself so that you can be yourself.” “You can always unfollow and unsubscribe from your negative thoughts and from fear and worry.” “To start something good doesn't mean that you have to do something new.” “Optimism is healthy, attractive, and contagious.” Show Links: https://www.mckaychristensen.org/ (Open Your Eyes with McKay Christensen) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeremiah_Denton (Vietnam War Commander Jeremiah Denton)
Tonight, we review CHUCKY (2021, SYFY) Season 1 Episode 2. Doc Rotten from Horror News Radio. Jeff Mohr from Decades of Horror: The Classic Era. And Crystal Cleveland, the Livin6Dead6irl from Decades of Horror: 1980s share their thoughts about this week's awesome collection of streaming horror films. Joining the crew is Horror News Radio co-host, Dave Dreher! Special guest-host, award-winning filmmaker, Christopher G. Moore. CHUCKY (2021, SYFY) Season 1 Episode 2 "Give Me Something Good to Eat" On Halloween night, Chucky targets one of Jake's frenemies at a rocking costume party, forcing Jake to either stop the killer doll--or help him. Available on USA and SYFY beginning on October 19, 2021 Director: Don Mancini Writers: Kim Garland Cast: Zackary Arthur, Devon Sawa, Bjorgvin Arnarson, Alyvia Alyn Lind, Teo Briones, Brad Dourif ANNOUNCEMENT Decades of Horror The Classic Era is partnering with THE CLASSIC SCI-FI MOVIE CHANNEL which will now include video episodes of The Classic Era! Available on Roku, AppleTV, Amazon FireTV, AndroidTV, Online Website. Across All OTT platforms, as well as mobile, tablet, and desktop. https://classicscifichannel.com/ FOLLOW: YouTube Channel (Subscribe Today!) https://youtube.com/c/gruesomemagazine Instagram https://www.instagram.com/gruesomemagazine/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/HorrorNewsRadioOfficial/ Events: https://gruesomemagazine.com/events/list/ Doc, Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DocRottenHNR Crystal, Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/living6dead6irl Crystal, Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/livin6dead6irl/ Jeff, Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jeffmohr9 Dave, Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drehershouseofhorrors
In this episode, Gerald Celente talks about how they are robbing us of our rights and it is against the law, NYC Mayor Bill DiBlasio's vaccine mandates and people losing their style and grace. Gerald also excitedly talks about his new Universal Church of Freedom, Peace and Justice which is offering religious vaccine exemptions.
We've spent a lot of time criticizing coaching recently, but the players haven't all done their jobs either. We need to be asking, in your one-on-one matchups, did ou win? Steve Palazzolo of Pro Football Focus looks at grades for some of those individual players. Shocking stat: Tyler Lockett has only gotten five third-down targets so far this season. Why? The Kraken won last night against a bad Canadiens team. Now, will the Wild be healthy enough to play tomorrow? On Something Good, The Mayor IPA is still available, but not for long.
Welcome to CHUCKYVISION, a podcast about the horror franchise Child's Play and the main character, Chucky the Good Guy Doll. The new Chucky TV series continues! Dev and Mark are looking at the 8 part season episode by episode for the entire run on a weekly basis. In this episode, they take a look at episode 2 of Chucky: Give Me Something Good To Eat. Host: Dev Elson Co-Host: Mark Adams Editor: Dev Elson Executive Producer: Tony Black Support the We Made This podcast network on Patreon: www.patreon.com/wemadethis Twitter: @ChuckyVision We Made This on Twitter: @wmt_network wemadethisnetwork.com Title music: At the Beginning (c) Dark Fantasy Studios
The Kraken play their first-ever home game tomorrow at Climate Pledge Arena, but you won't be able to watch it on TV. It's a missed opportunity to grow the game locally when the region is ready to pay attention. Ian Rapoport has updates on everything happening in the NBA. How soon could we see Russ back, and how much better are the Saints getting? On Something Good, D'Ernest Johnson finds out that his favorite basketball player (LeBron) shouted him out.
We're back with another minisode on Don Mancini's new series, Chucky (2021)! In our spoiler-filled discussion of the second episode, we discuss the table-setting plot points, Devon's conversation with his mother, that vicious prank and debate how to wash butcher knives (hint: it's not in the dishwasher!).Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, Letterboxd and/or Facebook, or join the Facebook Group to get in touch with other listeners> Trace: @tracedthurman> Joe: @bstolemyremoteBe sure to support the boys on Patreon! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Affirmations- you are what you tell yourself Your spirit is your mindset. It's what makes you uniquely you. Just like with your mind and body, you have to care for and nurture your heart center. Whatever you tell yourself, your spirit hears.
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After a quick break because of some traveling, we're back with a new episode where we catch up on the last 3 weeks! We chat about what we did while we were away, catch up on 5 star reviews and all our Goal Getters who have been out there killing it! Then we get into a couple of race reviews. Erin went to Chicago to fun run @chicagohalf with the girls and got to pet some dogs along the way! Tom & Diana ran the baltimorerunfest and had... a time and Diana may have quit running... or did she? Come laugh with us as we share our running experiences and talk about everything from our favorite beer runs to our chafing nightmares. Tell us what YOU run for... Email us or leave a voice memo at WillRunForPodcast@gmail.com Find us on Facebook and Instagram @WillRunForPodcast Tag your pictures and stories @WillRunForPodcast and help grow our community. Check out Greg's YouTube Video of Rock N' the Knob! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E3yQGJOXQJA Come Run with Us!!! Sign up for the 50th Anniversary of J&A Racing Shamrock Marathon Weekend in VA Beach at https://register.hakuapp.com/?event=731fddee0ad10d2f9793 Sign up for Space Coast Half Marathon - South Course in Cocoa Beach FL at https://runsignup.com/Race/FL/Cocoa/SpaceCoastMarathonHalfMarathon Chapters Open 00:00:00 - 00:18:40 What We're Running For 00:18:40 - 00:23:28 Goal Getters 00:23:28 - 00:36:34 Hoka Chicago Half 00:36:34 - 00:51:57 Baltimore Running Festival 00:51:57 - 01:12:28 Something Good
Hugh grew up in a white middle class home and by all accounts, should have never wound up in the position he was—and still is in. But alcohol got the best of him, having gone down such a dark path, Hugh decided alcoholism is what would take his life…eventually. Until he recognized that he could change his life. If you like what you hear, please make sure to follow and review this podcast. Your support means the world. If you or someone you know has a story of experienced homelessness, I would love to talk to you. Please reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org
Five Kraken players have entered Covid protocol and aren't flying with the team to Vegas. Hopefully they'll be back quickly. We wrap up the baseball season with Chris Crawford and Nathan Bishop. It was a fun ride that brought a lot of interest back to a team with a long history of being irrelevant. Now we wonder, is this sustainable going forward? Last week gave a lot of coaches the opportunity to have conversations with their players about mental health. No matter the level, coaches have a huge impact on the young athletes they work with, and this was a good reminder. It's or Something Good.
Justin and Aleah make their triumphant return, and kick of spooky season by talking about Michael Doughtery's Halloween Horror Anthology Trick ‘r Treat. Join them both for a spooky good time!! Intro Music by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3512-classic-horror-2 License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
The Mariners have entered into an agreement to renovate the old Pyramid Brewing building, expanding craft beer options for those in the area of T-Mobile Park, but while this certainly has a lot of positives, it obviously doesn't do anything to help the product on the field. Steve Palazzolo gives a look into PFF's numbers for the Hawks and Rams as we try to determine who has the edge tomorrow. The Mariners have spent some money on an off-the-field project, now it's time to put money into the roster. Ian lists all of the small market teams that have spent more money on salary than the M's this year. On Something Good, Lila Moss makes a statement at a fashion show by wearing an insulin pump.
Religious persecution is throughout the world, transgender and homosexual cultures permeate everywhere and paganism is so interwoven in the church it's either difficult to identify or we are desensitized... yet we must not lose faith or hope. There is an urgent message we must preach and live, it is the message of the three angels. It is a timely message and one of Love. It points us to the coming good news. Open your Bibles with us now as we learn about prophecy and the Paradise that awaits !
On this week's ATTITUDES! Erin talks about Arizona's recently passed law making it harder for rapists to request custody. Bryan weighs in on Dancing with the Stars JoJo Siwa making history dancing with a same sex partner, Switzerland becomes the 30th country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage, and a revisiting of 'Don't Ask Don't Tell'. All this plus Popeye, Cybill Shepherd and a LulaRich review!! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Greg Cosell previews the matchup between the Vikings and Seahawks this weekend. Will Dalvin Cook play for the Vikings this weekend? Ian Rapoport has the latest injury updates, plus a look at the new wild card format that will give us a Monday playoff game. We go back and analyze what Greg Cosell said about Jamal Adams. Big news is coming in regards to The Mayor IPA.
On this episode we sit down and talk with Juna N Joey. They are a brother and sister country pop duo who were on the Nickelodeon show “America's Most Musical Family.” They now tour all over the country and have millions of views on YouTube and social media. I think yall will like this these guys. They have a great sound and a brand new single out called “Something Good to Miss” that is doing pretty well on the country charts. We talk about their musical background and they perform a couple of unreleased songs for us as well.Follow Juna N Joey:Website - https://junanjoey.com/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/junanjoey/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCm_S2RO0U7KWB0xu6KE-ZKwFOLLOW ROCK DOWN SOUTH:Website - http://www.rockdownsouth.com/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/rockdownsouthFacebook - http://www.facebook.com/rockdownsouth Twitter - https://twitter.com/rockdownsouthSTREAM HERE: Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/4bFp0Sto6EeJaPlrgQDHEfApple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/rock-down-south/id1528008275YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCi1-lYAS_S3lsCDicrR_ZHgGoogle Podcasts - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cDovL3JvY2tkb3duc291dGguY29tL2ZlZWQvcG9kY2FzdAAmazon Music - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/01df1ad4-fd7a-48fd-9998-3664e243e585/rock-down-south
We continue to introduce you to new Kraken players. Today, Ian talks with goalie Philipp Grubauer. Cam Cleeland looks ahead to this weekend's game against Cal. Is last weekend's game a sign of things to come? Ian explains why the Vikings scare him. On Something Good, the sequoias survived
Steve Palazzolo takes a look at Pro Football Focus' grades for the Seahawks after week 2, plus a preview of how the Hawks' next opponent, the Vikings have been doing. We all know DK is a beast, but he needs to do better than he's done so far this year. On Something Good, we honor the oldest living World War II veteran at 112 years old.
In this episode Sarah, Will, and Lillian give an update on their recent family week and college visit road trip. Send us your advice on making the most of a high school senior year! Following a family update the Goods play “Rapid Fire Something Good.” You'll hear about their personal favorites in lots of categories. What are your “something good” items? Share your favorites with us at email@example.com or on social media!// Fun things from the episode //Favorite films:The Matrix Resurrections TrailerWill recommended the website What is the Matrix. Click the pills multiple times. The original Matrix TrilogyGilmore GirlsDear John, Ferris Bueller's Day OffFavorite influencers:Will's: James Clear (author of Atomic Habits) Lillian's: Ally YaridSarah's: Christy BoulwareFavorite books:Outcomes over OutputsA True Call to Worship - Vernon M WaleyFresh Wind Fresh FireFavorite episodes:Ron & Debi Cathcart https://www.buzzsprout.com/1175135/7915660Mike Papa “B” Boulware https://www.buzzsprout.com/1175135/5445415Maria Granados https://www.buzzsprout.com/1175135/5969362Favorite food:Liberty University Food CourtMillie's Living Cafe https://www.instagram.com/millieslivingcafe/?hl=enNutribullet https://amzn.to/3ztWOBEOn the Playlist:Natalie Grant, Lady A, Brett EldridgeHillsong United As You Find Me https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0eXYR65Z2wMaverick City Worship https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K3TYG7Q_fj4Chris McClarney - speak to the Mountains https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RhxSJlwzrwsBenn Platt's Reverie https://amzn.to/3kwjrRINewsies https://amzn.to/3CyTiaPSanta Clause, IN https://santaclausind.org/Williams Narrows http://www.williamsnarrows.com/Lynchburg, VA https://www.lynchburgva.gov/Disney World https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/Now That's Something Good Podcast by Sarah Good is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0Show notes may contain affiliate links. This is at no extra cost to you but does help support telling more stories that bring more good. Now that is something good! Thank you for your kind support.
We've known for a few days, but the Mariners have made it official: Seattle will host the MLB All Star Game in 2023. Hopefully, the Mariners will be a contender within the next two years, but regardless, this game, and everything that goes along with it, could help rejuvenate excitement for the game of baseball in Seattle. What do Dawg fans need to see from the Huskies this weekend against Arkansas State in order to feel better? we find out from Cam Cleeland. On Something Good, a coach sends an important message.
WSU got the win over Portland State last weekend. What, if anything, can be learned from that victory. We discuss, and look ahead to a USC team that just lost its head coach as we talk Cougar football with Mkristo Bruce and Alex Brink. Did it make sense to let Clay Helton go two weeks into the season? When is the right time to fire a coach? Kevin and Ian debate. As we look for some good news following the death of Norm MacDonald, we learn that Jeff Bridges has said his cancer is in remission.
Greg Cosell breaks down the Hawks' first match-up of the year,, facing the Colts. Ian Rapoport has details on the La'el Collins suspension, and other news from around the NFL. Something Good, The Mayor IPA is brewing. We should see it released in about a month.
When you catch yourself believing disempowering things about yourself, simply affirm: Something good's about to happen. It instantly gets you tuned back into the truth that there is no order of difficulty in miracles. “To God all things are possible.” On this episode, Darrell and Ed encourage listeners to encourage themselves with simple affirmative statements. Military-grade chaplain Donna Callaway keeps us keeping on with today's Daily Word®, “Unlimited.”
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