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Winnipeg and Rural Manitoba Real Estate Advice Podcast
The Southeastern Podcast for Tuesday October 4,2022

Winnipeg and Rural Manitoba Real Estate Advice Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 2:53


Podcast Listen to this Podcast to find out! If you have any real estate questions please feel free to ask us. We are here to help you. If you like our videos please subscribe to our YouTube channel or like us on Facebook, follow us on Instagram, LinkedIn or Twitter. Stephen Olyniuk Alicia Olyniuk Team Olyniuk Re/Max Performance Realty stephen@teamolyniuk.com alicia@teamolyniuk.com Stephen direct (204)981-2009 Alicia direct (204)392-4262 www.teamolyniuk.com   If you like our videos please subscribe to our YouTube channel or like us on Facebook, follow us on Instagram, LinkedIn or Twitter.   Website - https://www.teamolyniuk.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/teamolyniuk/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/team_olyniuk_remaxperformance/?hl=en Twitter - https://twitter.com/teamolyniuk?lang=en Podcast - https://teamolyniuk.podbean.com/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephen-olyniuk-03806b48/?originalSubdomain=ca YouTube -https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgbViD9THsgJ9A9OTukygZQ   My Steinbach - https://www.mysteinbach.ca/homes/agent/team-olyniuk/ RE/MAX - https://www.remax.ca/mb/stephen-olyniuk-117993-ag Realtor.ca - https://www.realtor.ca/agent/1997123/stephen-olyniuk-942-st-marys-road-winnipeg-manitoba-r2m3r5 Yelp - https://www.yelp.ca/biz/team-olyniuk-remax-performance-realty-winnipeg Rank My Agent - https://rankmyagent.com/stephenolyniuk/ Rate my Agent - https://www.rate-my-agent.com/stephen-olyniuk-ratings-winnipeg-5728 Winnipeg Real Estate News

SBS World News Radio
Widespread rain strikes south-eastern states

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 3:09


Communities in already flooded parts of New South Wales and Victoria are now back on alert as a series of weather systems lash southern and eastern parts of the country. It comes, as the New South Wales Government announces its plan to ‘future-proof' western Sydney, declaring the raising of the Warragamba Dam wall as ‘critical'.

Simon Calder's Independent Travel Podcast
October 3rd - Is this the end of First Class as we know it?

Simon Calder's Independent Travel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 9:16


A major commuter train operator has announced that it will scrap first class on its trains linking Kent and East Sussex with London. Southeastern says making its trains one-class-only from December 2022 onwards will allow it to add more standard class seats. Could the move signal the wholesale removal of first class?Of course, this podcast is free, as is my weekly newsletter, which you can subscribe to at: https://www.independent.co.uk/newsletters Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

ESPN Nashville
Southeastern CaroLINES 10-1-22

ESPN Nashville

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 46:31


Join Caroline Fenton as she previews the SEC clate for today.

Brandon Boxer
Eben Brown- Fox News- Hurricane Ian leaves devastation in its wake

Brandon Boxer

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 5:00


Ian continues to make its way up the Southeastern coastline, meanwhile power outages and utter destruction remain as well as 10 confirmed dead

Surviving Hard Times
Developing Healthy And Sustainable Vegetable Farming Methods In The Southeastern U.S.

Surviving Hard Times

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 38:28


Dr. Andre Luiz Biscaia Ribeiro da Silva joins the podcast today to discuss topics surrounding vegetable crops and organic agricultural systems. Dr. da Silva is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Horticulture at Auburn University, where he runs an extension program and conducts extensive horticultural research.  With an interest in addressing the needs of commercial agriculture in the southeastern U.S., Dr. da Silva “conducts on-farm trials, field days, county meetings, educational videos, web-based resource tools, and publishes extension bulletins” to fulfill his scientific vision. In this episode, we explore: The importance of being aware of environmental conditions when farming vegetables. The nuances in irrigation systems across different climates. How to really water plants. What cover crops are, and when they should be planted. Dr. da Silva has a clear goal for his extension program: to provide science-based information to members of the vegetable farming industry in order to encourage the sustainable intensification of vegetable production. Want to know how he accomplishes this? Join the conversation now to find out! Click here to learn more about Dr. da Silva and his work, and email him with any questions at adasilva@auburn.edu!  Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3bO8R6q

RC Heli Nation v3
RCHNv3 EP7: Scott Graham

RC Heli Nation v3

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 124:18


Scott Graham joins the show this week!  We take a bit of time to learn about Scotts deep dark past.  Not really, we just learn about his start, and where he hopes it will take him!  Scott also helped with the Race City Rotor Fest, Dan and Nick and many other of our Southeastern friends attended.  Tune in to find out about this amazing event that you MUST attend next year!  Dan talks a bit about his new soXos 7.1 Strike, the guys talk about their week, and of course, some news… that we may or may have not made up!  Enjoy! https://rchelinationv3.locals.com Visit www.rchnv3.com to find links to various pod catchers so you never miss an episode.  Find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/RCHNV3

Winnipeg and Rural Manitoba Real Estate Advice Podcast
The Southeastern of Manitoba Podcast for Tuesday September 27, 2022

Winnipeg and Rural Manitoba Real Estate Advice Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 2:50


Podcast Listen to this Podcast to find out! If you have any real estate questions please feel free to ask us. We are here to help you. If you like our videos please subscribe to our YouTube channel or like us on Facebook, follow us on Instagram, LinkedIn or Twitter. Stephen Olyniuk Alicia Olyniuk Team Olyniuk Re/Max Performance Realty stephen@teamolyniuk.com alicia@teamolyniuk.com Stephen direct (204)981-2009 Alicia direct (204)392-4262 www.teamolyniuk.com   If you like our videos please subscribe to our YouTube channel or like us on Facebook, follow us on Instagram, LinkedIn or Twitter.   Website - https://www.teamolyniuk.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/teamolyniuk/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/team_olyniuk_remaxperformance/?hl=en Twitter - https://twitter.com/teamolyniuk?lang=en Podcast - https://teamolyniuk.podbean.com/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephen-olyniuk-03806b48/?originalSubdomain=ca YouTube -https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgbViD9THsgJ9A9OTukygZQ   My Steinbach - https://www.mysteinbach.ca/homes/agent/team-olyniuk/ RE/MAX - https://www.remax.ca/mb/stephen-olyniuk-117993-ag Realtor.ca - https://www.realtor.ca/agent/1997123/stephen-olyniuk-942-st-marys-road-winnipeg-manitoba-r2m3r5 Yelp - https://www.yelp.ca/biz/team-olyniuk-remax-performance-realty-winnipeg Rank My Agent - https://rankmyagent.com/stephenolyniuk/ Rate my Agent - https://www.rate-my-agent.com/stephen-olyniuk-ratings-winnipeg-5728 Winnipeg Real Estate News       realtor,house for sale,team olyniuk,best realtor,winnipeg,manitoba,steinbach,real estate,remax,re/max,Best realtor winnipeg,remax performance winnipeg,remax performance stienbach,buying a house,selling a house,buying a home,selling a home,how to sell my hremax winnipeg,winnipeg real estate agents,real estate agency,best realtor steinbach,mls,mls market report,realestate valueouse,,whats my home worth,stephen olyniuk,aliciaolyniuk,whats my house worth  

Talkin' SEC Podcast
Recapping SEC Week Four with The Southeastern 14's Chris Lee

Talkin' SEC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 33:06


Today Phillip Jordan is joined by The Southeastern 14's Chris Lee to discuss multiple SEC Football topics. Phillip and Chris look back at Florida/Tennessee and Arkansas/Texas A&M to breakdown how both games went down. Then, they discuss the upcoming slate of games for Alabama and where they could find an upset. They end the conversation on the current state of the Auburn Tigers and preview Kentucky/Ole Miss. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/phillip-jordan03/message

FCS Fever Podcast
Week 4 recap FCS recap + Southeastern head coach Frank Scelfo joins the show

FCS Fever Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 42:04


Description: After a week hiatus, the FCS Fever podcast is back to break down a wild Week 4 slate. Chris Sylvester recaps the top matchups and chats with Southeastern Head Coach Frank Scelfo about his team's big top 10 upset of UIW.  Today's show is brought to you by our presenting sponsor Betfred Sportsbook. Bet $50 on any college football game and get $250 - all courtesy of Betfred. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Underground USA
This Ian Isn't The James Bond Author

Underground USA

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 16:41


If you live in Florida or on the Southern or Southeastern coasts of the United Sate long enough you are going to be in the crosshairs of a hurricane or tropical storm. Those living on Florida's west coast up into the Big Bend east of Tallahassee are about to feel that pain with the arrival of Hurricane Ian, the first significant storm of this late hurricane season (sorry global warming people).If you are in the cone of uncertainty, you should be preparing to either hunker down for a few days without water or power, or packing to leave to the east-southeast. A good resource to consult on this is the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration's National Hurricane Preparedness page at www.noaa.gov/hurricane-prep. It is linked in the episode notes.If you feel that your dwelling may be damaged through this storm, play it safe and pack a go bag and get out of the path of this monster storm. Nothing is worth your life.I talk about this and more with Matt Bruce on The Captain's America: Third Watch...RELATED LINK(S):https://www.noaa.gov/hurricane-prep Sign-up for our mostly daily mail out here:https://www.undergroundusa.comSupport Underground USA (BTC)https://commerce.coinbase.com/checkout/7b2d8c35-55b9-49ed-9918-f7cc6f2a488dSupport Underground USA (USD)https://checkout.square.site/merchant/SW8KGEWAS2A22/checkout/SXG24XFCOWMROX3D5IN42TB2Convention of Stateshttp://ConventionOfStates.com/?ref=69171

Talk About It Outdoors Podcast
EP: 135 - Sunday morning season update for 2022

Talk About It Outdoors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 42:49


15 days in and Mr 130 aint even been in a tree yet??? Well we go over what's happened thus far on the year as well as update everyone on our plans for Youtube and videoing this season. Its a short fun filled show with talks on Cruzr, Deer season, and our plans coming up. Check it out!!!

Prep Baseball Report
JUCO Wire Podcast: Creekside, Alabama CC & NWAC Showcases

Prep Baseball Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 48:08


Prep Baseball Report's Mike Rosenbaum and Tad Slowik open the episode with a breakdown of the top players Tad scouted at the Creekside JUCO Showcase in Kansas City, including notes on standouts from Crowder, Jefferson, Johnson County, Kirkwood, Seminole St, Southeastern and more. After that, Tad highlights all of the talent he saw during last week's Alabama Community College Fall Showcase (20:12), offering his insight into players from Calhoun, Shelton and Snead St. To wrap things up, Tad discusses his recent trip to Bellevue, WA, for the Northwest Athletic Conference Showcase (28:47), where laid eyes on players from schools such as Everett, Lane, Southwestern Oregon and Tacoma for the first time.

Suncast: Covering the Sun Conference
Southeastern Safety Ryan Cunningham, St. Thomas vs Southeastern Preview, Women's Soccer Polls Reaction, Men's Soccer Power Rankings, Weekend Volleyball and Soccer Preview

Suncast: Covering the Sun Conference

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 60:35


On today's episode Reagan and Josh look ahead at a pivotal Sun Conference football match up as the Southeastern Fire take on the St. Thomas Bobcats (00:00-7:25). Then the boys get into volleyball and soccer coverage after a very electric mid week in both sports that including Reagan's reaction to the new women's soccer top 25, Thomas University gets an upset win over Georgia Gwinnett. St. Thomas volleyball wins a thriller against Keiser, Ave Maria volleyball looks dominant as does Webber who might have the best home court advantage in the Sun Conference. (7:26-33:02). Then, Southeastern's Safety Ryan Cunningham joins the show for a can't miss interview! (33:03-1:00:35)

Data Futurology - Data Science, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence From Industry Leaders
#207 From health to existential crisis: How data can be the solution With Yalchin Oytam, Head of Clinical Insights and Analytics at South Eastern Sydney Local Health District (SESLHD)

Data Futurology - Data Science, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence From Industry Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 41:21


Healthcare is an industry that stands to benefit a great deal from data and analytics. At the same time, the sensitivity of the data in the sector is extreme and how organisations manage that data is critical. Yalchin Oytam, the Head Of Clinical Insights And Analytics at South Eastern Sydney Local Health District (SESLHD) is right in the thick of the discussion. He joins us on the Data Futurology podcast to talk through both the challenge and opportunity. One of the big challenges that the Australian health system faces, Oytam said, was that primary healthcare was handled by the federal government and secondary care was handled by the states. How the sharing of data between these two is handled is critical to maintaining the customer experience with their health care. More importantly, if data can be leveraged to improve outcomes in primary care, it can reduce the burden on secondary care. Oytam gives the example of diabetic patients being diagnosed and accurately cared for by their GPs have a much lower risk of an unplanned hospital visit. “When you keep people out of hospital, it also means that they are generally healthier, more productive, and happier. In human terms, the benefit of this goes beyond money,” he said. The other big opportunity in healthcare is the use of data modelling to personalise healthcare services. Modelling can be used to detect warning signs and risk factors, and more proactively communicate with patients. In the longer term this can result in earlier diagnosis and better risk management – and it's just one area where this approach to data can lead to meaningful change. “The question is how do we best manage our climate, while also maximizing the quality of life for human beings, and other life forms,” Oytam said. “A better world certainly is possible.” Tune in to the podcast for an in-depth discussion on how data can deliver better health and lifestyle outcomes for us all. Enjoy the show! Join us in Melbourne for Scaling AI with MLOPS: https://www.datafuturology.com/mlops Thank you to our sponsor, Talent Insights Group! Join our Slack Community: https://join.slack.com/t/datafuturologycircle/shared_invite/zt-z19cq4eq-ET6O49o2uySgvQWjM6a5ng Read the full podcast episode summary here. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/datafuturology/message

Winnipeg and Rural Manitoba Real Estate Advice Podcast
The southeastern of Manitoba Podcast for Tuesday Tuesday September 20,2022

Winnipeg and Rural Manitoba Real Estate Advice Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 2:49


Podcast Listen to this Podcast to find out! If you have any real estate questions please feel free to ask us. We are here to help you. If you like our videos please subscribe to our YouTube channel or like us on Facebook, follow us on Instagram, LinkedIn or Twitter. Stephen Olyniuk Alicia Olyniuk Team Olyniuk Re/Max Performance Realty stephen@teamolyniuk.com alicia@teamolyniuk.com Stephen direct (204)981-2009 Alicia direct (204)392-4262 www.teamolyniuk.com   If you like our videos please subscribe to our YouTube channel or like us on Facebook, follow us on Instagram, LinkedIn or Twitter.   Website - https://www.teamolyniuk.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/teamolyniuk/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/team_olyniuk_remaxperformance/?hl=en Twitter - https://twitter.com/teamolyniuk?lang=en Podcast - https://teamolyniuk.podbean.com/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephen-olyniuk-03806b48/?originalSubdomain=ca YouTube -https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgbViD9THsgJ9A9OTukygZQ   My Steinbach - https://www.mysteinbach.ca/homes/agent/team-olyniuk/ RE/MAX - https://www.remax.ca/mb/stephen-olyniuk-117993-ag Realtor.ca - https://www.realtor.ca/agent/1997123/stephen-olyniuk-942-st-marys-road-winnipeg-manitoba-r2m3r5 Yelp - https://www.yelp.ca/biz/team-olyniuk-remax-performance-realty-winnipeg Rank My Agent - https://rankmyagent.com/stephenolyniuk/ Rate my Agent - https://www.rate-my-agent.com/stephen-olyniuk-ratings-winnipeg-5728 Winnipeg Real Estate News       realtor,house for sale,team olyniuk,best realtor,winnipeg,manitoba,steinbach,real estate,remax,re/max,Best realtor winnipeg,remax performance winnipeg,remax performance stienbach,buying a house,selling a house,buying a home,selling a home,how to sell my hremax winnipeg,winnipeg real estate agents,real estate agency,best realtor steinbach,mls,mls market report,realestate valueouse,,whats my home worth,stephen olyniuk,aliciaolyniuk,whats my house worth

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary - Audio Podcast
Todd Borger – Redeeming Ephraim: The Northern Kingdom in a Biblical Theology – Faculty Lecture

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary - Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 56:14


Wrestling Observer Figure Four Online

We continue our look at the history of pro wrestling by taking a look at every major event that happened in April 1983. It looks like Hulk Hogan wins the AWA World heavyweight title from Nick Bockwinkel, but not so fast. Bockwinkel also battles Jerry Lawler all month. Ric Flair continues to defend the NWA World title all over the U.S. Heel Bob Armstrong wins the Southeastern title, and WWF is drawing large crowds with Bob Backlund against Big John Studd, plus a look at Japan.

Inside the Grid
Special Edition: SVE Ride and Drive Event 2022

Inside the Grid

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 25:13


Welcome to a Special Edition of Inside the Grid Podcast. This month we will host the 2nd annual EV Ride and Drive event Thursday September 29th from 4-7PM at the WH Lyon Fairgrounds eastside parking lot. Our Manager of Beneficial Electrification Ben Pierson and I recently sat down with Sioux Metro Growth Alliance's Sheldon Jenson with their podcast Growing Places to visit about the coop and the upcoming EV Ride and Drive event. (Thank you and credit to SMGA's Growing Places podcast)

The Archaeology Podcast Network Feed
Oldest Mound Site in North America? with Dr. Shane Miller and Dr. Jesse Tune - Ruins 126

The Archaeology Podcast Network Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 62:13


On this episode of the podcast, Connor and David sit down and chat with veteran guests Drs. Jesse Tune and Shane Miller to discuss the recent LSE mounds paper. They first dive into how Jesse and Shane have been on the show multiple times, and that they always have an educated and constructive conversation. Beginning with an overview of Southeastern archaeology and mound history, they then dive into the mounds. The hosts and guests discuss how the paper was published by geologists in a journal that isn't known for archaeology. They also discuss how the dating and geology in the paper is a little odd. Interested in sponsoring this show or podcast ads for your business? Zencastr makes it really easy! Click this message for more info. Start your own podcast with Zencastr and get 30% off your first three months with code RUINS. Click this message for more information. Transcripts For rough transcripts of this episode go to https://www.archpodnet.com/animals/126 Links The LSU campus mounds, with construction beginning at ∼11,000 BP, are the oldest known extant man-made structures in the Americas by Brooks B. Ellwood, Sophie Warny, Rebecca A. Hackworth, Suzanne H. Ellwood, Jonathan H. Tomkin, Samuel J. Bentley, Dewitt H. Braud and Geoffrey C. Clayton The American Southeast at the End of the Ice Age Edited by D. Shane Miller, Ashley M. Smallwood, and Jesse W. Tune Literature Recommendations Early Platforms, Early Plazas: Exploring the Precursors to Mississippian Mound and Plaza Centers by Megan Kassabaum A History of Platform Mound Ceremonialism by Megan C. Kassabaum Contact Email: alifeinruinspodcast@gmail.com Instagram: @alifeinruinspodcast Facebook: @alifeinruinspodcast Twitter: @alifeinruinspod Website: www.alifeinruins.com Ruins on APN: https://www.archaeologypodcastnetwork.com/ruins Store: https://www.redbubble.com/people/alifeinruins/shop ArchPodNet APN Website: https://www.archpodnet.com APN on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/archpodnet APN on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/archpodnet APN on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/archpodnet Tee Public Store Affiliates Wildnote TeePublic Timeular Motion

A Life In Ruins
Oldest Mound Site in North America? with Dr. Shane Miller and Dr. Jesse Tune - Ep 126

A Life In Ruins

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 62:13


On this episode of the podcast, Connor and David sit down and chat with veteran guests Drs. Jesse Tune and Shane Miller to discuss the recent LSE mounds paper. They first dive into how Jesse and Shane have been on the show multiple times, and that they always have an educated and constructive conversation. Beginning with an overview of Southeastern archaeology and mound history, they then dive into the mounds. The hosts and guests discuss how the paper was published by geologists in a journal that isn't known for archaeology. They also discuss how the dating and geology in the paper is a little odd. Interested in sponsoring this show or podcast ads for your business? Zencastr makes it really easy! Click this message for more info. Start your own podcast with Zencastr and get 30% off your first three months with code RUINS. Click this message for more information. Transcripts For rough transcripts of this episode go to https://www.archpodnet.com/animals/126 Links The LSU campus mounds, with construction beginning at ∼11,000 BP, are the oldest known extant man-made structures in the Americas by Brooks B. Ellwood, Sophie Warny, Rebecca A. Hackworth, Suzanne H. Ellwood, Jonathan H. Tomkin, Samuel J. Bentley, Dewitt H. Braud and Geoffrey C. Clayton The American Southeast at the End of the Ice Age Edited by D. Shane Miller, Ashley M. Smallwood, and Jesse W. Tune Literature Recommendations Early Platforms, Early Plazas: Exploring the Precursors to Mississippian Mound and Plaza Centers by Megan Kassabaum A History of Platform Mound Ceremonialism by Megan C. Kassabaum Contact Email: alifeinruinspodcast@gmail.com Instagram: @alifeinruinspodcast Facebook: @alifeinruinspodcast Twitter: @alifeinruinspod Website: www.alifeinruins.com Ruins on APN: https://www.archaeologypodcastnetwork.com/ruins Store: https://www.redbubble.com/people/alifeinruins/shop ArchPodNet APN Website: https://www.archpodnet.com APN on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/archpodnet APN on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/archpodnet APN on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/archpodnet Tee Public Store Affiliates Wildnote TeePublic Timeular Motion

Your Faith Journey - Finding God Through Words, Song and Praise

Grace to you and peace from God our parent, Jesus our Savior, and the Holy Spirit. Amen. Greetings to you from myself, from the North/West Lower Michigan Synod, and from the thousands of congregations and millions of Lutherans across the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the ELCA. This past August, from August 8 - 12, I served as a voting member to the churchwide assembly of the ELCA. During the sermon, we'll be sharing pictures from the churchwide assembly on our monitors in the sanctuary and on the live stream. These are just a brief snapshot of the events that took place. Most of these photos come from the ELCA's Facebook page, with some from the Synod's community Facebook group. The primary focus of today's message is a recap of my experiences at the churchwide assembly, but first, let's take a look at today's readings. In the new testament reading from 1 Timothy today, we have a quick reminder of who the Gospel, the good news, of Jesus, of God is for - quite simply - everyone, all humankind, all.  No exclusions, no exceptions, the good news is for all and to be shared and proclaimed to all. This passage also touches on the subject of church and government, or as we often refer to it as “church and state.” We are often under the impression that these two should be completely separate - the church not controlling the government and the government not controlling the church. There are certainly some aspects of that which we need to respect, so we can have freedom of religion, to worship as we please, but it doesn't mean that church is completely disconnected from the government. It says in the reading that we should pray for our rulers and leaders, and not just prayers for guidance, but prayers of thanks. Luther has good thoughts on this, and the ELCA is working on a social statement on Government and Civic Engagement. Moving to today's Gospel from Luke - and let's face it - we have another parable from Jesus, and this one is very confusing. In order that I have time to do a recap of churchwide assembly, I won't be able to get into much detail here about this parable, but we can glean some keep points from it without having to fully understand what Jesus was getting at. And as with most of the parables, there are many ways to read them and to interpret them. And that can be the beauty of them - so much meaning in one simple story, so that it can speak to many different people across generations and provide guidance for life. The first part focuses a lot on dealings with wealth and most of them appear to be dishonest, but at the end in verse 9, it says, “make friends for yourselves by means of dishonest wealth so that when it is gone, they may welcome you into the eternal homes.” To me, this is saying that even if we make friends using dishonest means, we are still making friends, forming connections, and creating community. Community is important, because that will continue on, even when wealth is gone. The last part then talks about being faithful, whether it is with honest or dishonest wealth, since actions and community are what remain when compared to the actual wealth. Our community and actions will lead us to the “true riches”, which are not money or Earthly possessions. True riches are God's eternal glory and eternal life. This isn't saying that we earn God's favor by doing certain things, or acting in certain ways, since the glory of God is gift to us. It is saying, that to fully be aware of this glorious gift of freedom and love, we need to share it with others, form community, and ensure that the poor and needy have what they need. And this brings us to the Churchwide assembly recap, since we as a church, both locally and nationally, are all about sharing the gospel and doing God's work for those in need. First, for those who aren't familiar with the structure of the ELCA or need a reminder, a quick look at how the ELCA is structured. I like to compare it to the Holy Trinity. The ELCA is composed of 3 expressions of the church. While all 3 are separate from each other, all 3 cannot exist without the others and all are the church together. The 3 expressions are the local congregations, like we here at Faith; the synod level, which are mostly geographical regions across the country, our synod is the North/West Lower Michigan Synod, which is most of the lower peninsula, except the counties around the Detroit area; and the 3rd expression is the churchwide body, the ELCA, which works across the country and reaches out to the world. All three have governing constitutions and bylaws, they are all separate legal entities, they all have assemblies of voting members - congregations call this their annual meeting; synods have Synod Assemblies, typically yearly; and the churchwide has the churchwide assembly every 3 years. These assemblies are the highest governing body for each organization, they make the decisions on how these groups are run. Between the assemblies or annual meetings, all three expressions have councils that govern the organizations. Our local church council, a synod council for each synod (I am on the North/West Lower Michigan synod council), and a churchwide church council. Another important note is that each of the 3 bodies cannot directly control the other. Each has ways to encourage the other bodies to do something, but only their governing bodies can take direct action. The way congregations and synods encourage churchwide to do something is to pass memorials at synod assemblies that get forwarded as messages to the churchwide assembly for action. Many of these memorials want synods and congregations to take action, but churchwide will only recommend or encourage action, they can never require it of synods, congregations, or members. That being said, the churchwide assembly took actions that encouraged congregations to take certain actions, so as I go through various recaps - look for times when we, as a congregation at Faith, are called to take action. Consider these, are they something you are interested in, is this something you could help lead here at Faith? If so, reach out to me, pastor, the church council, and see how we can get involved and take action. One of the themes of this assembly was repentance and confession. The ELCA is the whitest denomination in the US, and we often have sinned, knowingly or unknowingly, against many minority groups. The assembly included a special session for an Apology to Iglesia Luterana Santa Maria Peregrina. This is a big issue going on in the Sierra Pacific Synod (in California) that revolves around racism and harm that was done. As we often confess in our service “If we say we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us. But if we confess our sins, God who is faithful and just will forgive our sins.” This is true not just at an individual level, but at an organization, and systemic level. Many of the worship services also focused on confession, forgiveness, and healing for the sins against many groups including women, Native Americans, BIPOC, Asians, and LGBTQIA+ individuals. A total of 78 memorials were received by the churchwide assembly from synods. Most of these were dealt with en bloc or all at once without discussion, while others were considered one by one. I cannot cover all of them here, but all are available to read online. Some of the high level topics covered were Diversity; Nuclear Weapons; Salary Equity for women, BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, and other minorities; LGBTQIA+ Welcome; Substance Abuse; Roe v. Wade; Parental and Family Medical Leave; Holy Communion Practices; and Child Abuse and Protection. Now a slightly closer look at a few other memorials, one being on Greenhouse Gas Reduction - this one I bring up because one of several similar memorials on this topic came from our Synod, and not only our synod, but many people here at Faith signed onto the memorial so it could be brought up at our synod assembly. Several of the approved actions are around churchwide working to reduce greenhouse gas usage and to advocate for it, it also calls on congregants, rostered ministers, and bishops to commit themselves to education about the urgency of the climate emergency. I'm proud of our congregation for taking action on this and living into this message, especially shown by our recent approval for our solar project. The next memorial is called “Landback” which deals with recognizing that we all live on land that was originally Native American and was taken from them. This memorial had many actions that I feel our congregation could look into and take action on. With the rich Native American history in Okemos, I think it would be great if we could connect with that history, possibly working through the Nokomis Learning Center. Some of the actions that congregations are encouraged to take, are: to include land acknowledgements which center Native voices as part of their public gatherings; become educated about the Indigenous peoples who thrived, prior to European contact, on the land they currently inhabit; and support creative programs of restorative justice in partnership with Indigenous people, which includes returning land, when no longer in use, to the native people, or if direct return of the the land isn't feasible or wanted, to return proceeds to Indigenous led ministries or organizations. Another major memorial was about the Restructure of the Governance of the ELCA. The ELCA was created 35 years ago, with the constituting convention held in the room where we held worship at this churchwide assembly. 35 years ago the ELCA was a lot larger and had plans for growth. This has not happened, we have shrunk in size. One thing that has remained the same is that we are still very white. We have tried changing our governing documents here and there, we have made commitment after commitment to change and become more diverse, and yet it hasn't happened. While people at the churchwide assembly and beyond may disagree about the exact reasons we need to look at the structure of the ELCA (you know, the “Holy Trinity” of 3 expressions that I talked about) to determine if this is the best structure for the church we have today, the vast majority of voting members agreed it needs to be done. A Commission for a Renewed Lutheran Church will be formed to look at our structure over the next 3 years to bring recommendations to the next churchwide assembly as to the best structure for the church, so we can be sure the Gospel, the Good News, the work of God is best accomplished. The last memorial talked about revising the social statement, passed in 2009 - the center of the “2009 decision”, called Human Sexuality: Gift and Trust.  This is the social statement that allowed LGBTQIA+ individuals to be ordained, married, and welcomed in the ELCA and congregations. This memorial focused on revising some outdated language and to update parts of it to reflect that same sex marriage is now legal across the states (at least for now, and hopefully continuing). However, during a pre-assembly hearing on memorials, and what I read into this memorial and others; there are people, including myself, that want to see the “4 bound conscience” positions revisited and revised as well. Since this memorial wasn't “written correctly,” this memorial couldn't be used for that, but a resolution was submitted to talk about revising this social statement to look at the 4 bound conscience positions. Time for a quick lesson for those not familiar with the ELCA's social statement on Human Sexuality. This was approved in 2009 by the churchwide assembly in response to how would our church handle LGBTQIA+ people and same sex relationships and marriage. In short, we couldn't agree, so we agreed to disagree. One of the big issues some more progressive and inclusive people have with this document are what we call the 4 bound conscience positions. For those not familiar with them, here they are, this is what the ELCA officially states as to what we as a church believe. As a trigger warning for people, some language here is quite harsh to members of the LGBTQIA+ community. Taken in reverse order of how they are included in the social statement, here is a summary of the 4 positions that are all “On the basis of conscience-bound belief” Some are convinced that the scriptural witness does not address the context of sexual orientation and committed relationships that we experience today. They believe that the neighbor and community are best served when same-gender relationships are lived out with lifelong and monogamous commitments that are held to the same rigorous standards, sexual ethics, and status as heterosexual marriage. some are convinced that the scriptural witness does not address the context of sexual orientation and lifelong loving and committed relationships that we experience today. They believe that the neighbor and community are best served when same-gender relationships are honored and held to high standards and public accountability, but they do not equate these relationships with marriage some are convinced that homosexuality and even lifelong, monogamous, homosexual relationships reflect a broken world in which some relationships do not pattern themselves after the creation God intended. While they acknowledge that such relationships may be lived out with mutuality and care, they do not believe that the neighbor or community are best served by publicly recognizing such relationships as traditional marriage some are convinced that same-gender sexual behavior is sinful, contrary to biblical teaching and their understanding of natural law. They believe same-gender sexual behavior carries the grave danger of unrepentant sin. They therefore conclude that the neighbor and the community are best served by calling people in same-gender sexual relationships to repentance for that behavior and to a celibate lifestyle. Over the years, this has led to people, individually and through systemic and organizational ways, being allowed to discriminate against LGBTQIA+ people and allow harm to be done. During discussion on the resolution, the Bishop of the Southeastern synod, who is gay, shared that sometimes when he shares communion and says “The body of Christ broken for you,” the response he gets is “not from you Bishop”. I spoke in favor of this resolution as this has become a passion of mine to guide our church as a whole to be more inclusive, since not all parts of the ELCA are like our congregation, and it means people like me have to be careful where we go to church, since just because it is an ELCA congregation, doesn't mean I'll be fully welcomed there as I am. This resolution passed by a large majority and will be looked at, following the revision process for social statements, over the next 3 years. During this process, there will be time for study, reflection, and input from individuals, so that is something our congregation should follow and look toward leading studies and conversations on. This is the same for the Government and Civic Engagement social statement that is being prepared. For more information about the social teachings and documents of the ELCA, please talk to me for more details, otherwise we'll be here all day if I get into it now. Other items that passed were budgets and income projections for the next 3 years, constitution and bylaws changes, and various other resolutions thanking people for their service in the ELCA. The changes to the constitution and bylaws include changes to the models for congregations, so once the updated models are released, we will work here at Faith to ensure our constitution and bylaws are up to date with the needed changes. In addition to electing people to the churchwide church council and various other committees, we elected a new Vice President of the ELCA. The Vice President is the highest lay leader of the ELCA. They are elected every 6 years by an eccliastical ballot, a process that allows room for discernment and the Holy Spirit to guide us. After 5 ballots, Imran Siddiqui was elected as the new Vice President. Just as “last words” are often important, I think first words are important too, so thus I share with you the first words of Imran Siddiqui after he was elected as the next Vice President of the ELCA - and I quote; “Holy Crap, Ya'll”. Throughout the assembly we also had various reports from different parts of the ELCA and their ministries, various guests, including various interreligious guests from various faith backgrounds. Several fun items from the assembly include having someone with a melodica playing random church songs while we waited in line for the elevator at our hotel; me learning what “Um, Ya, Ya” is all about (if you want to know - ask Deb); and having the last day of assembly coincide with Matsuricon, an Anime and Video Gaming Convention, where we had a nice wide diverse group of people all walking and mingling together. One thing I noticed at this chruchwide assembly, compared to what I remember at past ones, is that more younger people are getting involved and speaking out, there is passion there to ensure the church continues, in whatever form. I'm not sure if more young people are getting involved, or I'm just getting older and I consider a wider range of people “young”, but it was good. While at other assemblies we've talked about the change we need to make to solve the issues of racism, our severe lack of diversity, etc., this time I left with a better feeling of “we are actually going to do it this time” which I certainly hope is true. However, if we are truly going to do it, minorities need their allies to speak up and help lead the change. So often when we were talking about issues impacting women, it was primarily women who spoke up; when it came to racial minorities, it was typically BIPOC people who spoke up; for the LGBQTIA+ issues, it was members of that community. We need the allies to speak up for us as well and work to take the action, don't leave it to the minorities to do all the work to reform the church. One other thing that I noted, is that while we did a lot of confessing and working toward greater diversity, we still excluded talking about people with disabilities and ensuring activities, including the churchwide assembly, were accessible for them. We need to do better. This is a good time to remind you about our Synod's Disability Learning Day on October 22. Information about this learning day is available on a table in the narthex after the service, where I'll be as well with other materials from assembly, including a copy of All Creation Sings, the newest hymnal supplement, which we've been using songs from here at Faith. Some of these items are for you to review, others are available for you to take as we had extras. I invite you to stop by after the service to pick up some items or ask questions for more details or to be directed where you can get more info. All this work we do in the name of Jesus, our guide as to how to live life and to share the good news of God's love for all God's creation. Amen.

Open House with James Tatum
Episode 51 - Deadlifts leading up to Southeastern Championships

Open House with James Tatum

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 19:44


Coaches James Tatum and George Averitt talk with Zach Norman about training leading up to the Southeastern Championships next weekend!https://houseofweightlifting.com/

Total Media - Podcast
Main Street TV: Vinton County Air Show & Southeastern Ohio Suicide Prevention Conference

Total Media - Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 63:00


This morning we are joined by Nick Rupert from Ohio's largest free air show, the Vinton County Air Show! The 51st Annual Vinton County Air Show will take place on Sunday, Sept. 18 at the Vinton County Airport at 1 p.m. Along with all the flying, there will be the famous B-B-Q chicken dinners. The McArthur Area Eagles will sponsor the Candy Drop for the kids and Santa Claus will even sky dive in for the event. The show is free, however the VPBA ask for a $10 parking donation to help fund the airport. The show starts at 1 p.m., and Stevens noted that Airport Road will close at 1 p.m. for the show. Access to the airport will be from State Route 328 to Airport Road east. We are also joined by Erik S. Miller & Crystal Miller of the Southeastern Ohio Suicide Prevention Conference Executive Committee. The conference will take place on Monday, September 19 from 8-5 on the Ohio University Walter Rotunda. General admission is $65 or $20 for students.

KentOnline
Podcast: Girls throw drink over pregnant woman and 'assault' staff at McDonald's in Maidstone

KentOnline

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 15:50


Police have confirmed they are investigating after a pregnant woman had a drink thrown over her and staff were allegedly assault at a McDonalds in Maidstone. Witnesses say trouble involving a group of girls broke out at the fast-food restaurant on Week Street. Hear what was captured on video. We've also got a statement from the chain. Also in today's podcast, a boy who broke his hip after falling off monkey bars on the first day of secondary school has been told he has a rare condition. 11-year-old James slipped from the equipment at Turner Free School in Folkestone during morning break. Further tests revealed he has a condition which means the hip isn't in the right place and one day, he may need a replacement. His mum has explained more about what happened. As preparations continue in London ahead of the Queen's funeral, Kent's rail provider is putting on extra trains to get people there. Southeastern say they'll run services 24-hours a day between now until Monday which will be a bank holiday. Thousands of people are waiting to see Her Majesty's coffin lying in state. Hear from our reporter who is there. The KentOnline Podcast has been told how the cost of living crisis is affecting people trying to buy their first home. A report out earlier this year revealed how 70% of potential home owners were delaying getting on the property ladder. We've been speaking to an estate agent from Tunbridge Wells. And in sport, it was a draw for Gillingham in league two last night. It finished 1-1 at Grimsby, hear the thoughts of manager Neil Harris.

Good News for Today
Remembering 9/11, Queen Elizabeth’s Faith, Southeastern’s Inaugural Commencement

Good News for Today

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 3:00


The California Southern Baptist Convention (CSBC) is asking fellow Southern Baptists to join them in Anaheim and consider taking the next step. A May 6 gas explosion devastated the historic Saratoga Hotel in Old Havana, Cuba, and also rained destruction on nearby Calvary Baptist Church. Remember the words of Isaiah 55:9: God's ways and thoughts are higher than ours.

Hero Ball Podcast
Southeastern Division Preview 2022-23 (Ep. 282)

Hero Ball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 57:11


Ethan and Richard discuss the outlooks for the Atlanta Hawks, Charlotte Hornets, Miami Heat, Orlando Magic, and Washington Wizards for the upcoming season.

Life and Football
Interview with Dominic Larry Receiver for Southeastern Fire Football

Life and Football

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 10:38


In this episode of the Life and Football our special guest is Dominic Larry. Dominic Larry is currently a Wide Receiver for the Southeastern Fire Football team. Dominic played his high school football and graduated from Lincoln High School in Tallahassee Florida. Dominic is an athlete who is also a kick return super star and he was once a track star. This was an amazing interview that provides helpful information to any young athlete. Dominic understands that Life is going to throw you curve balls and it's how you deal with them and your attitude and your work ethic. The Life and Football Podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Anchor, Spotify, Breaker, Overcast, Pocketcasts, Radio Public, Stitcher, Player FM, & YouTube!

The Bernie Show
David Ubben - Segment 3 9-8-22

The Bernie Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 19:03


David Ubben is a writer for The Athletic who focuses on college football. He joins Bernie to discuss some of the results from Week 1 as well as previewing what's to come in Week 2. The two focus on the SEC as many of Mizzou's future opponents have meaningful games early on in the season.

BUCKETS
Southeastern Division Win Total Best Bets

BUCKETS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 43:49 Transcription Available


The division-by-division break down from Action Network NBA senior writer Matt Moore and NBA futures analyst Brandon Anderson continues on Buckets! Team previews include the Atlanta Hawks [02:05], Orlando Magic [14:50], Charlotte Hornets [20:45], Washington Wizards [26:30] and Miami Heat [31:20]. - Have the Hawks caught up to the Heat?  - Will the Hornets find a way to sneak over for the second year in a row despite a worse roster for the second year in a row?  - Should you believe in the Magic? - Why should you wait to bet the Wizards?  All this and more in this episode as the guys break down the Southeast Division and give their best win total bets for the upcoming season. Subscribe, rate and review for more NBA betting content leading up to the season, including more deep dives into every division.

Suncast: Covering the Sun Conference
“The Suncast ban”, Sun Conference football is elite, weekend preview,

Suncast: Covering the Sun Conference

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 59:34


On today's episode we address the ban of Southeastern athletes on Suncast. Sun Conference football has impressed up to this point but huge tests await this weekend

Right Where You Are Sitting Now
Who blew up Satan's (Georgia Guide) stones? With Raymond Wiley

Right Where You Are Sitting Now

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 98:59


Ken travels to the deepest darkest Georgian wilds to uncover the identity of the Georgia Guidestones bomber. Joining Ken on this sleuthy endeavour is our old buddy, and the guy that literally wrote the book on the stones, Raymond Wiley. This week we discuss: The history of the Georgia Guidestones, The rise of dark conspiracy theory, who we think planted the bomb, QAnon and much more.   Main theme by Simon Smerdon (Mothboy) Music bed by chriszabriskie.com Check out Raymond's new podcast ‘Retrophilia' on Apple, Spotify, and anywhere else you look for podcasts. Check out Raymond's book published by Disinfo/Weiserhttps://redwheelweiser.com/book/the-georgia-guidestones-9781934708682/ Raymond Wiley Bio: Raymond Wiley is a historian, broadcaster, and producer based in Athens, Georgia. Arguably the foremost expert on the Georgia Guidestones, he has appeared on numerous TV, radio, and online series, including Brad Meltzer's Decoded and CBS News Atlanta. Episodes of his audio series, Out There Radio and The Disinformation Podcasts, have been syndicated on numerous AM and FM stations and downloaded millions of times. He has been described as “a sober, Southeastern version of the radio host Art Bell, exhaustive in chronicling conspiracy theories and the occult.”    

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
Oklahoma Outdoors - Oklahoma Mountain Bucks with Surrender Outdoors

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 67:40


One thing most people just don't realize about Oklahoma is how diverse it is. Today's episode of the Oklahoma Outdoors Podcast highlights one of the lesser known habitats in Oklahoma, the mountains that dominate the South Eastern portion of the state. Michael Harrell grew up in those mountains, and today hosts a successful hunting show called Surrender Outdoors. On this week's episode, Michael and John discuss all the challenges a person faces when trying to hunt the big mature whitetails that call this area home. Many people are drawn to this area for the rugged landscape and large bucks that dwell within it, but Michael assures anyone interested that it is not for the faint of heart! Michael and John cover a lot of the usual hunting topics, but from a mountain whitetail perspective. It's pretty hard to grow a foodplot on rocks, and with such drastic elevation changes, thermals often trump wind. John and many Oklahomans have the headache of dealing with hogs, but have you ever tried to keep a black bear off your bait pile? This episode is as unique as the terrain it covers, and Michael does a great job of teaching people what he has learned in his many years of hunting this remote and beautiful landscape! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Visit Cherokee Nation
Artist Spotlight: Carolyn Pallett (27th Cherokee Homecoming Art Show)

Visit Cherokee Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 4:17


For the second year in a row, Cherokee artist Carolyn Pallett took home the Grand Prize at the Cherokee Homecoming Art Show. Taking inspiration from the winged designs found etched in ancient Southeastern pottery, Pallett talks about the process and meaning behind her winning bandolier bag titled “Still We Rise” in this Artist Spotlight. The 27th Annual Cherokee Homecoming Art Show runs now through September 10 at Cherokee Springs Plaza in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, and online at CherokeeHomecomingArtShow.com.

Oklahoma Outdoors - Sportsmen's Empire
Oklahoma Mountain Bucks with Surrender Outdoors

Oklahoma Outdoors - Sportsmen's Empire

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 66:10


One thing most people just don't realize about Oklahoma is how diverse it is. Today's episode of the Oklahoma Outdoors Podcast highlights one of the lesser known habitats in Oklahoma, the mountains that dominate the South Eastern portion of the state. Michael Harrell grew up in those mountains, and today hosts a successful hunting show called Surrender Outdoors. On this week's episode, Michael and John discuss all the challenges a person faces when trying to hunt the big mature whitetails that call this area home. Many people are drawn to this area for the rugged landscape and large bucks that dwell within it, but Michael assures anyone interested that it is not for the faint of heart!Michael and John cover a lot of the usual hunting topics, but from a mountain whitetail perspective. It's pretty hard to grow a foodplot on rocks, and with such drastic elevation changes, thermals often trump wind. John and many Oklahomans have the headache of dealing with hogs, but have you ever tried to keep a black bear off your bait pile? This episode is as unique as the terrain it covers, and Michael does a great job of teaching people what he has learned in his many years of hunting this remote and beautiful landscape!

Friends in Beauty Podcast
Ep. 126: How Germaine Bolds-Leftridge Uses Her Sales Expertise To Broker Deals For Some Of Your Favorite Beauty Brands

Friends in Beauty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 82:01


On this episode of the Friends in Beauty podcast I welcome Germaine Bolds-Leftridge to the Friends in Beauty guest chair. Germaine is the President of GBL Sales, Inc., & has been in the Health and Beauty industry since 1984. Germaine began her career in 1984 as a merchandiser for Soft Sheen Products in the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan area. Two years later, she started working as a sales representative in the northeast for one of the most progressive broker organizations prior to becoming the Regional Manager for Worlds of Curls located in Los Angeles, California.   When she was presented with an opportunity to become a broker in 1990, she enthusiastically accepted the challenge and GBL Sales opened its doors for business on March 1, 1990. The company is headquartered in Columbia, MD, and specializes in the sales and marketing of Health and Beauty Aids in the Northeastern and Southeastern markets. She founded GBL Sales, Inc. as a means of serving the diverse needs of her clients and has brokered deals for some of your favorite beauty brands. Germaine is also the Founder of the Ubiquitous Women's Expo, IKnow Skincare, and just an all around businesswoman.   I had such a wonderful time chatting with Germaine I didn't want our conversation to end. In this interview Germaine shares:   -How she began working in the beauty industry & ultimately opened her own marketing and sales firm -How brands can bring their brand stories to life in their marketing -The power of the black consumer -Advice on holding your own as a woman in a male dominated industry -All about the upcoming Ubiquitous Expo going down on Aug 27 & 28th 2022 -Her latest venture IKnow Skincare catered to mature women -Redefining the word failure -And so much more   Germaine did not come to play. She dropped so many gems and life lessons from us to learn from and I truly enjoyed my time with her. Let's go ahead and jump into this amazing chat with Germaine and if you prefer to watch our beautiful faces then tune in on YouTube. Enjoy this episode! Leave us a 5 star review and share this episode with a friend or 2 or 3. info@friendsinbeauty.com   FRIENDS IN BEAUTY FACEBOOK COMMUNITY www.facebook.com/groups/friendsinbeauty   FOLLOW FRIENDS IN BEAUTY ON IG  www.instagram.com/friendsinbeauty   SUBSCRIBE TO YOUTUBE CHANNEL bit.ly/FIBTube   SEND ME A TEXT! (202) 519-4652   JOIN PATREON TO SUPPORT THE FRIENDS IN BEAUTY PODCAST https://www.patreon.com/friendsinbeauty   ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS OF THE PODCAST https://www.friendsinbeauty.com/fibadrequest   ENROLL IN THE FRIENDS WITH BENEFIT$ CLUB https://friends-with-benefits.teachable.com/p/friends-with-benefits-club Resources Mentioned In This Episode: -Oyin Handmade -Book: Who Moved My Cheese -Ubiquitous Women's Expo -IKnow Skincare -Mielle   Additional Resources:   -https://www.amazon.com/shop/akuarobinson   -Skillshare - Use this link for 2 months free of the premium plan: https://skl.sh/30t352q   -Shop Mented Cosmetics - https://www.mentedcosmetics.com/?rfsn=1290937.f2481  Use Code “AKUAROBINSON” for 10% of your purchase  Announcements:   We're on Apple Podcasts - www.bit.ly/FIBPodItunes!   Join our Facebook community…   If  you're looking for a community of like minded, ambitious, and supportive #FriendsinBeauty all working to leave our mark on the beauty industry, join us here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/friendsinbeauty Join the Friends in Beauty Mailing List: www.bit.ly/FIBTribe Social Media Info: Germaine (Instagram) - @detroitgermaine IKnow Skincare (IG) - @iknowskincare Ubiquitous Expo (IG) -@ubiquitous_expo Friends in Beauty (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter) - @friendsinbeauty Friends in Beauty (YouTube) - Friends in Beauty https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcYPyO8nAosEmjEE5nza9Zg?view_as=subscriber Akua Robinson (Instagram,Twitter) - @akuarobinson AkuaRobinson (Facebook) - Akua Robinson MUA Akua Robinson (Website) - www.akuarobinson.com

Talkin' SEC Podcast
AFC South Preview with Blake Lovell of Establish the Pass and Southeastern 14

Talkin' SEC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 45:34


Today is NFL Thursday on The Phillip Jordan Show! Phillip Jordan is joined by Blake Lovell of Establish the Pass Podcast and the Southeastern 14 to preview the AFC South. Phillip and Blake discuss the lack of talent with the Texans around Davis Mills, Colts improvement at quarterback, Jaguars getting better, and have the Titans reached their ceiling. Follow Phillip on Twitter @PJordanSEC Follow Blake on Twitter @theblakelovell Email the show at sportstalkphillpjordan@gmail.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/phillip-jordan03/message

PRN - At the Track
EP 2233: Southeastern Edition: Chris Ferguson, Daulton Wilson, 'ThuggNasty' Logan Roberson

PRN - At the Track

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022


Chris Ferguson, Dirt Super Late Model star; Daulton Wilson, winner at County Line Raceway and “ThuggNasty” Logan Roberson are this week's guests.

Suncast: Covering the Sun Conference
Southeastern and Keiser Football Preview

Suncast: Covering the Sun Conference

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 64:27


On today's episode of Suncast Reagan and Josh start football season previews with Southeastern and Keiser.

Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio
Southeastern Trust for Parks & Land: Explore Nature

Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 22:08


Founder Bill Jones with the Southeastern Trust for Parks and Land (STPAL) joins the Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio podcast to talk about the organization's mission, community involvement and the upcoming anniversary event. Jones joins Carol Morgan on the Around Atlanta segment. A 10-year venture for Jones, the Southeastern Trust for Parks and Land is a 501(c)(3) public charity based in Atlanta. The organization's original broad mission was to build more parks in convenient locations for larger groups of people. Today, STPAL specializes in passive-recreation parks that provide an outdoor space for people to show up at their convenience to hike, mountain bike, bird watch and more. The Southeastern Trust for Parks and Land owns 36 pieces of land across the state of Georgia that average at a few hundred acres each, with a few in North Carolina and Tennessee. Each piece of land has a management plan based on the property's capabilities, environmental status and more. With access to green space playing a vital role in his early years, Jones shared that the organization did not start long after he was born. It all began with the founding of the Chattahoochee Recreation Area in 1978 with the support of President Jimmy Carter. As an adult, Jones lived catty-corner to the green space and regularly took advantage of the large outdoor area for biking, walking, hiking and more. The Southeastern Trust for Parks and Land took off 10 years ago when Jones wished for more meaningful work. Jones said, “Parks and this type of park were important to me. That's why I started this…to create the opportunities I had to get the peace of nature near home." While a land trust focuses solely on the conservation and preservation of the land, STPAL focuses on acquiring land privately to deliver community spaces with specific purposes. At first, the organization mainly focused on land acquisition to create more parks. Over the years, the mission of Southeastern Trust for Parks and Land transformed to revolve around three words – conservation, recreation and community. On the conservation side, STPAL preserves all its properties to not only further conservation efforts but to provide public, outdoor sanctuaries indefinitely. The most significant conservation project in recent years consisted of planting longleaf pines seedlings, placing 50,000 in 2021 and on course to plant 150,000 more this year. Jones said, “The [original] dominant tree type in Georgia…these trees take 30 years to get a substantial size, 100 years to mature and can live to be 1,000 years old!” For recreation, the organization creates ideal green spaces for mountain biking, hiking and more to improve the lives of individuals and nearby communities. On the community side, STPAL brings people together through volunteer efforts at the parks. Tune in to the full interview above or visit https://STPAL.org to learn more about the Southeastern Trust for Parks and Land. Never miss an episode of Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio! Subscribe to the podcast here. You can also get a recap of any past episode on the Radio page. Listen to the full interview above! A special thank you to Denim Marketing for sponsoring Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio. A comfortable fit for companies of all shapes and sizes, Denim Marketing understands marketing strategies are not one-size-fits-all. The agency works with your company to create a perfectly tailored marketing strategy that will adhere to your specific needs and niche. Try Denim Marketing on for size by calling 770-383-3360 or by visiting www.DenimMarketing.com. The Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio “All About Real Estate” segment, presented by Denim Marketing, highlights the movers and shakers in the Atlanta real estate industry – the home builders, developers, Realtors and suppliers working to provide the American dream for Atlantans. For more information on how you can be featured as a guest,

Bleav in Kentucky
Flooding in Southeastern Kentucky, the open practice, football media day and more!

Bleav in Kentucky

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 50:13


Southeastern Kentucky was hit hard by severe flooding. Kentucky basketball had a telethon and open practice to help those affected. Football media day took place and we broke that down. Also talked about the passing of two legends: Bill Russell and Vin Scully.

BS3 Sports & Music #XSquad
Thoughts of Southeastern Kentucky, FB Media Days & More

BS3 Sports & Music #XSquad

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 115:02


We talk about the flooding in SE KY, the open practice, football media days and more! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cats-talk-wednesday/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cats-talk-wednesday/support

Split Zone Duo
The SEC and Sun Belt 2022 preview show

Split Zone Duo

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 89:42 Very Popular


Godfrey, Richard, and Alex preview FBS' two Southeastern conferences, one after the other. Topics include whether either Georgia or Alabama will take a gap year, if the Texas A&M narrative will change one way or the other, whether there's any team that *can't* finish second in the SEC East, who could finish last in the West, the QBs at Kentucky and Florida, the Sun Belt's new additions, what we will learn about Old Dominion this year, if Louisiana can stay atop the SBC West after Billy Napier and a bunch of key players left, what's going on at Arkansas State, and why some Sun Belt schools in the Gulf may pose an existential threat to each other. And more! Subscribe to our Patreon at splitzoneduo.com. Production: Anthony Vito. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Journeywomen
Pain and Heartache with Nana Dolce

Journeywomen

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 51:52


Today, we're talking about pain and heartache with our friend Nana Dolce. Nana Dolce is a visiting instructor at Reformed Theological Seminary in Washington DC and a Charles Simeon Trust instructor who trains women Bible teachers. Nana has a Master of Arts in Theological Studies and teaches in her local church. She was born in Ghana and currently lives in Washington, DC with her husband Eric and their children.  We pray this conversation with Nana encourages you as you face various hardships and trials today. This is the very last episode in our current series “Let's Talk About”! Be sure to subscribe to the Journeywomen podcast so you don't miss our next mini-series that releases this September!   DISCUSSION QUESTIONS In what particular way are you currently experiencing the curse of Genesis 3:16? How has the good news of the gospel met you in your pain? What have you learned about the character of God in the midst of your heartache? How does knowing that pain has an end date give you strength to endure through the trials you are currently facing? What is one way you might come alongside someone else in their heartaches and pain? What might you do or implement based on what you learned in this week's episode?   SPONSORS SEBTS offers flexible degree options that empower you to study the Bible deeply and teach God's Word. Through its diverse selection of certificate programs, master's degrees, and advanced degrees, Southeastern equips women to serve the Church and fulfill the Great Commission. To find out more visit SEBTS.edu.  Crossformed Kids is a subscription-based resource for families that equips parents with everything they need to confidently disciple their kids—from preschool to preteen! Share Crossformed Kids with your little ones, and when they see how the Word holds together, they'll cherish the One who holds the world together. Check them out at crossformedkids.com. Dwell is an audio Bible app with unique features to help you get in the Word and stay in the Word. Dwell allows you to fully tailor the Bible reading experience with customizable themes, styles, fonts, music, and reading voices. Go to dwellapp.io/journeywomen to get 10% off a yearly subscription or 30% off Dwell for life.  FOR MORE Subscribe: iTunes | Android Follow Us: Instagram | Facebook Support the podcast by writing a review   Interviews do not imply Journeywomen's endorsement of all writings and positions of the interviewee or any other resources mentioned.    Affiliate links used are used where appropriate. Thank you for supporting the products that support Journeywomen!

Sales vs. Marketing
Kurt Sowers - President & Founder of SOCO Group | From Solopreneur to Construction Magnate

Sales vs. Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 72:57


➡️ Like The Podcast? Leave A Rating: https://ratethispodcast.com/successstory   ➡️ About The Guest⁣ Kurt Sowers is the President and Founder of SOCO Group. SOCO Group is a general contracting firm that offers design and build services specific to commercial upfit and interiors. Mr. Sowers currently holds his general contractor's license in the state of North Carolina and has set sight on expanding his licensing across the South-Eastern states.  Prior to starting SOCO Group, Kurt worked professionally in the construction industry as a construction manager and project superintendent. During his tenure in the industry, Kurt has directly overseen $25 million dollars of new construction.  Although building can be considered the embodiment of his persona, Kurt's entrepreneurial aspirations are not limited to construction. He is currently creating a fashion brand with his aesthetically inspired and long-term friend William.  ➡️ Show Links https://www.instagram.com/sir_kurt/    https://twitter.com/sir_kurt/   https://www.instagram.com/soco.group/  ➡️ Podcast Sponsors HUBSPOT - https://hubspot.com/ MANSCAPED - https://manscaped.com/ (Promo Code: 20success) ➡️ Talking Points⁣ 00:00 - Intro 02:40 - Kurt Sowers' origin story 04:05 - How to figure out your passion 07:15 - Lessons learned getting into entrepreneurship 10:15 - How to start a business from scratch 13:51 - General contracting horror stories 14:50 - Navigating through Covid 16:41 - Closing and executing on your first few deals 19:42 - How to overcome business problems in construction 25:12 - What should people look for when hiring? 26:12 - Why did it take two years for Kurt's company to become profitable? 30:26 - How does Kurt bring in new business? 36:11 - How to scale a business. 39:19 - Personality traits of successful entrepreneurs. 43:44 - Did going into and coming out of the show “Joe Millionaire” change anything for Kurt Sowers? 47:56 - The change in Kurt's mindset from back when he started his business vs now 59:20 - Where can people connect with Kurt Sowers? 1:00:05 - The biggest challenge Kurt Sowers has overcome in his personal life 1:00:55 - What keeps Kurt up at night? 1:02:01 - One person that had a major impact on Kurt's life 1:04:24 - A book or podcast recommended by Kurt Sowers 1:05:31 - What would Kurt tell his 20-year-old self? 1:07:05 - What does success mean to Kurt Sowers? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Artemis
Southeastern Grasslands & Bobwhite Quail with Brittney Viers

Artemis

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 58:40


The Southeast has lost about 99% of its native grasslands. When Brittney Viers started working as a biologist on northern bobwhite quail conservation, she realized being a botanist would was critical to revelaing the bird's relationship to its habitat. Brittany works for Quail Forever, which strives to preserve remnant grassland habitat and restore degraded habitat for quail in Tennessee. Plus: Making biologists talk to landowners, the North America Grasslands Act, ticks-on-baby problems, and mountain "balds." 3:00 Botany, biology + grasslands 6:00 Studying bird health by studying plant/grassland health 8:00 Quail Forever 11:00 Coordinating regional conservation partnership programs for grassland health (ecosystem-level conservation = doesn't give a hoot about state lines) 13:00 Northern bobwhites in the East: Challenges with successional environments, lack of escape cover, thermal cover for the winter... habitat is paramount 16:00 Invasive species and herbicide use 17:00 Predators are not the main reason for quail decline 19:00 "Quail" to Westerners vs. Easterners 21:00 When biologists are REQUIRED to do landowner workshops... and the power of grassroots outreach (pssst... it can happen over a tailgate) 25:00 Hosting quail habitat workshops in places where land management is working 26:00 North America Grasslands Act 27:00 Southeastern grasslands... not the same as the tall-grass prairie of the Midwest 28:00 Many grassland birds are struggling 30:00 Grasslands in the Southeast have declined by 99% 34:00 It's hard being a grassland specialist in an area with dwindling grasslands -- they're fountains of biodiversity 36:00 There's something special about grasslands for the human soul 37:00 "Balds" - mysterious open areas on the tops of mountains 39:00 Southern grasslands -- rhododendron to cacti (they can vary greatly in makeup) 42:00 Woody encroachment: The timbered look isn't natural in a lot of parts of the Southeast 44:00 The absence of fire on the landscape 46:00 Blackbelt Prairie in Mississippi 52:00 Blueberry hunting with babies, then de-ticking your baby in the car 54:00 Listeners... a special Artemis announcement! #nospoilersintheshownotes 56:00 Artemis Program Manager job... share it with the best people in your sphere!

The New Yorker Radio Hour
Jason Isbell on Songwriting While Sober

The New Yorker Radio Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 36:03 Very Popular


Jason Isbell got into the music business early; he had a publishing deal when he was twenty-one. But he really came into his own as a songwriter around ten years ago, as he was getting sober from years of alcohol and drug use. His record “Southeastern,” which comes in the tradition of musicians like Guy Clark, swept the Americana Music Awards in 2014. Isbell spoke with John Seabrook at The New Yorker Festival in 2016, shortly after his record “Something More than Free” was released, and he played a live set of songs including “Different Days,” “How to Forget,” and “Speed Trap Town.”   This segment first aired December 30, 2016.

Journeywomen
Sex and Sexuality with Rachel Gilson

Journeywomen

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 60:28 Very Popular


Today we're tackling the topic of sex and sexuality with Rachel Gilson. Rachel lives in the Boston metro area, working for Cru on the leadership team for theological development and culture. She has a Master of Divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. She's the author of Born Again This Way: Coming Out, Coming to Faith, and What Comes Next, and her writing has been featured in Christianity Today, The Gospel Coalition, and Desiring God, among other places.  We know the nature of today's topic is heavy. If you have questions or you need to process after listening, please take time to send a text to a friend in your local church. We are praying the Lord will use this conversation to cause you to move towards his Word, to cry out to him in prayer, and to walk in confession with women in your local church body.  DISCUSSION QUESTIONS What is God's purpose and design for sexuality?  In the midst of your sin and your failings, how does it encourage you to remember what God's heart and posture is toward you? Do you struggle to believe that Jesus is better than the sin you are drawn toward? What verses might help you to remember Christ's worth and goodness? Consider memorizing these. Is there an area that Rachel mentioned—prayer, gentleness, truth, grace, Bible study—that you want to grow in? Who could you reach out to to help you with this? What might you do or implement based on what you learned in this week's episode?   SPONSORS SEBTS offers flexible degree options that empower you to study the Bible deeply and teach God's Word. Through its diverse selection of certificate programs, master's degrees, and advanced degrees, Southeastern equips women to serve the Church and fulfill the Great Commission. To find out more visit SEBTS.edu.  Dwell is an audio Bible app with unique features to help you get in the Word and stay in the Word. Dwell allows you to fully tailor the Bible reading experience with customizable themes, styles, fonts, music, and reading voices. Go to dwellapp.io/journeywomen to get 10% off a yearly subscription or 30% off Dwell for life.  Kaleidoscope Kids Bibles offer retellings of every book of the Bible at an elementary reading level in beautifully-designed, single-volume chapter books. Check them out today at readkaleidoscope.com and grab their newest release: Bright Star: The Story of Esther, written by Holly Mackle. Take 10% off your order with the code JOURNEYWOMEN.  FOR MORE Subscribe: iTunes | Android Follow Us: Instagram | Facebook Support the podcast by writing a review   Interviews do not imply Journeywomen's endorsement of all writings and positions of the interviewee or any other resources mentioned.    Affiliate links used are used where appropriate. Thank you for supporting the products that support Journeywomen!

Journeywomen
Clothed in Christ with Caroline Saunders

Journeywomen

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 56:02 Very Popular


Today we have the joy of hearing from Caroline Saunders on the topic of clothing. In this conversation, Caroline points us to the hope we have as those who are clothed in Christ. If you don't know her, Caroline is a writer, teacher, and writing teacher who believes in taking Jesus seriously and being un-serious about nearly everything else. Caroline lives with her husband Luke and their three funny kids in north Mississippi, where Luke pastors a church and the kids run wild in the lobby. Caroline loves to help others know and enjoy God and his Word, which you'll hear in this conversation! We pray this conversation with Caroline causes you to consider how you can put on the Lord Jesus Christ and trust him as you step into the closet and choose what to wear. May his righteousness be your covering today and every day. DISCUSSION QUESTIONS Are there any biblical passages or points from this episode that have shaped your view of clothing? How does understanding that you have been clothed in Christ transform the way you view your clothing? Have you ever experienced insecurity in your clothing or how you look? If you could go back, what truths would you tell yourself in those moments? How might beholding God change how you look at yourself and what you wear? What might you implement or change based on what you learned in this week's episode?   SPONSORS SEBTS offers flexible degree options that empower you to study the Bible deeply and teach God's Word. Through its diverse selection of certificate programs, master's degrees, and advanced degrees, Southeastern equips women to serve the Church and fulfill the Great Commission. To find out more visit SEBTS.edu.  Dwell is an audio Bible app with unique features to help you get in the Word and stay in the Word. Dwell allows you to fully tailor the Bible reading experience with customizable themes, styles, fonts, music, and reading voices. Go to dwellapp.io/journeywomen to get 10% off a yearly subscription or 30% off Dwell for life.  Kaleidoscope Kids Bibles offer retellings of every book of the Bible at an elementary reading level in beautifully-designed, single-volume chapter books. Check them out today at readkaleidoscope.com and grab their newest release: Bright Star: The Story of Esther, written by Holly Mackle. Take 10% off your order with the code JOURNEYWOMEN.  FOR MORE Subscribe: iTunes | Android Follow Us: Instagram | Facebook Support the podcast by writing a review   Interviews do not imply Journeywomen's endorsement of all writings and positions of the interviewee or any other resources mentioned.    Affiliate links used are used where appropriate. Thank you for supporting the products that support Journeywomen!

Journeywomen
You Are Not What You Eat with Irene Sun

Journeywomen

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 53:51


In today's episode we're talking about food with our friend Irene Sun! Irene was born in Malaysia, and she is the author of two kid's books. She studied liturgy and literature at Yale University (MAR) and the Old Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (ThM). She now teaches her four boys at home with her preacher husband, Hans. We pray this conversation with Irene causes you to consider the provision we have received in Christ and to “eat with him,” as Irene said, as you go about the rest of your day.   DISCUSSION QUESTIONS Describe (if you're comfortable sharing) some of the struggles you have with food. What is the purpose of food, and what does the Lord communicate through his provision for us? What does it mean to eat with Christ? How might this transform the way you think about food? How might you come alongside other women who are wrestling with their relationship to food? What might you do or implement based on what you learned in this week's episode?   SPONSORS SEBTS offers flexible degree options that empower you to study the Bible deeply and teach God's Word. Through its diverse selection of certificate programs, master's degrees, and advanced degrees, Southeastern equips women to serve the Church and fulfill the Great Commission. To find out more visit SEBTS.edu.  Dwell is an audio Bible app with unique features to help you get in the Word and stay in the Word. Dwell allows you to fully tailor the Bible reading experience with customizable themes, styles, fonts, music, and reading voices. Go to dwellapp.io/journeywomen to get 10% off a yearly subscription or 30% off Dwell for life.  Kaleidoscope Kids Bibles offer retellings of every book of the Bible at an elementary reading level in beautifully-designed, single-volume chapter books. Check them out today at readkaleidoscope.com and grab their newest release: Bright Star: The Story of Esther, written by Holly Mackle. Take 10% off your order with the code JOURNEYWOMEN.  FOR MORE Subscribe: iTunes | Android Follow Us: Instagram | Facebook Support the podcast by writing a review   Interviews do not imply Journeywomen's endorsement of all writings and positions of the interviewee or any other resources mentioned.  Affiliate links used are used where appropriate. Thank you for supporting the products that support Journeywomen!