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The Four Top
Ep. 114: Bonus Episode — Commodity or Luxury? Heroes or Villains?

The Four Top

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 17:03


In the first of three holiday bonus episodes, our Four Top becomes a Two Top as Martin and Katherine discuss their desire to find common ground between luxury wine collectors and commodity wine consumers. Whether your bubbles are Krug or Barefoot Moscato, don't miss this case for kinship.

Eye On Annapolis Daily News Brief
Bonus Podcast: What's Sparkling This Holiday Season in Annapolis?

Eye On Annapolis Daily News Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 25:28


This is the second of our trio of podcasts focused on the magical holiday season in Annapolis. Zachary's Jewelers has been a staple of Annapolis for more than 30 years. And each year, they bring the magic of the Nutcracker to the Grand Illumination and welcome new and old friends into their store at the foot of Main Street, which is always so festive and welcoming.  Today we speak with Steve Samaras, the owner, and Constance Polamalu, the Chief Operating Officer, about their plans to bring the magic in 2022. Of course, the ballet will be here, but we also discuss the trends in gift-giving and jewelry this year and what might make the perfect gift for that perfect someone!  From Zachary's own line of jewelry designed for the young adult by a young adult, to something pretty incredible that I could not see because my Amex card was screaming for mercy--and everything in between Annapolis has a certain magic about it over the Holidays. Have a listen and see for yourself!

Totally Beverages
EP33! Martinelli's Sparkling Ciders!

Totally Beverages

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 63:12


Happy Thanksgiving! RoRo & JoJo gather 'round the table to celebrate one of their fave non-alcoholic-celebratory bevs... Martinelli's Sparkling Cider! GFY!

Wine Road: The Wine, When, and Where of Northern Sonoma County.
Sparkling Discoveries with Vicky Farrow of Amista Vineyards and Joy Sterling of Iron Horse Vineyards

Wine Road: The Wine, When, and Where of Northern Sonoma County.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 32:59


Wine Road Podcast Episode 162 Sponsored by Ron Rubin Winery Episode 162 | Sparkling Discoveries with Vicky Farrow of Amista Vineyards and Joy Sterling of Iron Horse Vineyards Vicky Farrow of Amista Vineyards and Joy Sterling of Iron Horse Vineyards share their beautiful sparkling wines with us and tell us about the new website created by Vicky called Sparkling Discoveries a community for sparkling wine lovers devoted to all things bubbly – the people, places, and world of sparkling wines and Champagnes. We pop a magnum of the Iron Horse special edition 2014 Brut Stargazing Cuvée Sparkling Wine that is truly out-of this world! Our Fast Five recipe Barbecue Ribs from Mitch Blakeley at Pedroncelli Winery. Wine of the Day: Iron Horse special edition 2014 Brut Stargazing Cuvée Sparkling & Amista Sparkling Tres a Rosé of Grenache, Syrah and Mourvédre. Fast Five Recipe: Barbecue Ribs from Mitch Blakeley at Pedroncelli Winery. Podcast Sponsor: Ron Rubin Winery   SHOW NOTES 1:15 Wines of the Day -- Iron Horse 2014 Brut Stargazing Cuvée Sparkling with the awesome Cosmic Cliffs image from the James Webb space telescope. Taste the stars! We also have the beautiful Amista Sparkling Tres Rosé perfect for the Thanksgiving table. 4:35 The Sparkling Discoveries website a community created by Vicky. Sparkling Discoveries is the place to learn about Sparkling wine and the people and places behind the wines. 8:22 Joy, Vicky, Beth, and Marcy share their favorite pairings with sparkling wines. 10:48 Vicky does the interviews on the Sparkling Discoveries site and learned a lot about Joy when she did her interview. Family and sense of place is most important for Joy. 14:10 You can engage with the Sparkling Discoveries community and website by reading the interviews and subscribing to the site. Also you can nominate people in sparkling wine world to be on the site. Send your ideas and thoughts to Vicky. 17:00 We nominate Joy as the next James (Jane) Bond! 18:20 It's a federal law—you must drink American bubbles on Thanksgiving! It's the perfect wine for the wide range of flavors and dishes on the table. 20:30 Joy and Vicky to do a tasting of aged sparkling wines. A Road show! 22:2 According to Joy, the optimal size for sparkling is a Magnum. We agree! It's only two bottles. 23:23 The stunning label of the NASA photo of Cosmic Cliffs on the Stargazing Cuvée must be seen. It's a very emotional image. Cosmic positivity. 26:30 Fast Five Recipe – Barbecue Ribs from Mitch Blakeley at Pedroncelli Winery. Ingredients: Barbecue Ribs, cayenne pepper, black pepper, honey, and sriracha sauce for the glaze. Directions: Cook on outdoor grill slow at 250-300 degrees for 4-6 hours if indoors in oven 2.5 to 5 hours at 275. Slow and low is the way to go. Slather with the sauce. Pair with Pedroncelli Mother Clone Zinfandel. 29:20 Bubbles Pro Tip: Put a raspberry in your sparkling wine and wait for it to flip! 30:33 Tickets are now available on WineRoad.com for Winter WineLand January 14 & 15 with 70 wineries participating. Also check out the Insider Club -- link on the website with all the details. Links Sparkling Discoveries Amista Vineyards Amista Sparkling Tres a Rosé of Grenache, Syrah and Mourvédre Iron Horse Vineyards Iron Horse 2014 Brut Stargazing Cuvée Sparkling Pedroncelli Winery Ron Rubin Winery   Credits: The Wine Road podcast is mixed and mastered at Threshold Studios Sebastopol, CA. http://thresholdstudios.info/

Sake Revolution
Live From Japan!

Sake Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 34:21 Transcription Available


Episode 127. Dreams do come true! Since its inception, the guys at Sake Revolution has been hoping to do an episode where at least one of them is reporting in “live from Japan”. With the covid restrictions finally easing, travel to Japan is allowed again and John jumped at the chance to visit our favorite destination! This week is a casual check in on the progression of his trip to the best sake bars and shops in Hiroshima and Tokyo. They guys also reminisce on their first (sideways) attempt to broadcast Sake Revolution live from Japan back in early 2020. This redemption episode finally gets us on the air as we envisioned! So let's take a sneak peek at some sake hijinks Live from Japan! #SakeRevolutionSupport the show

The Wine Pair Podcast
Festive and Unique Thanksgiving Wines! (Showstoppers, sparkling red wine, crisp and spicy white, fruity and acidic rosé, beautiful wines and bottles, great gifts)

The Wine Pair Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 53:38 Transcription Available


Looking for some unique, fun, festive, affordable, and fantastic Thanksgiving wines?!? We've got you covered! Selecting Thanksgiving wines can be tricky because you have to find wines that go well with the large variety of foods, will please some picky palettes, and also look festive and beautiful on the table. We'll give you everything you need to know so you can serve some amazing wines this Thanksgiving - and we have three recommendations that we think will be showstoppers AND won't break the bank! Whether you are the dinner host or a guest wanting to bring that special gift, we have the answer! In this episode, we select wines that are sure to be crowd pleasers and conversation pieces. Listen in and we'll tell you about a whole variety of wines you can choose that will be great with Thanksgiving, and we taste and review three really unique wines that we think will make you the star of the show! Wines reviewed in this episode: 2020 Chateau Ste. Michelle Gewürztraminer, 2021 Château Gigery Côtes de Provence Rosé, and Treveri Sparkling Syrah Brut.Contact The Wine Pair Podcast - we'd love to hear from you!Visit our website, leave a review, and reach out to us: www.thewinepairpodcast.comFollow and DM us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thewinepairpodcast/Send us an email: joe@thewinepairpodcast.com

Dan's Fish Podcast
Ep. 238 Sparkling Gourami Giveaway

Dan's Fish Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 88:18


Novel Pairings
105. A stack of sparkling novels set in the Roaring 20s

Novel Pairings

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 40:32


In anticipation of this month's book club read, we're sharing a whole stack of novels set in the 1920s. We are giving you a little bit of everything in this list: historical fiction, romance, mystery, backlist books, and new releases to help you step back in time and witness the opulence and turbulence of the Roaring 20s. We hope you find the perfect glittering, scandalous, or suspenseful novel to escape into.  Pairings Chelsey: The Chosen and the Beautiful by Nghi Vo  Shrines of Gaiety by Kate Atkinson Maisie Dobbs by Jacqueline Winspear Let Us Dream by Alyssa Cole The Master Butchers Singing Club by Louise Erdrich Sara: The Other Typist by Suzanne Rindell The Masterpiece by Fiona Davis Vile Bodies by Evelyn Waugh Jazz by Toni Morrison The Paying Guests by Sarah Waters   Coming Up November: The Chosen and The Beautiful by Nghi Vo   To support Novel Pairings: Write a review in Apple Podcasts.  Subscribe to our newsletter at novelpairings.substack.com Join our Patreon community at patreon.com/novelpairings. Follow Novel Pairings on Instagram or Twitter.  Send this episode to a bookish friend!

I Think You're Gonna Like This
LTP (Taylor's Version): Midnights

I Think You're Gonna Like This

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 95:05


Hi, it's us, we're on our Vigilante Shit again. Meet Jacqueline and Meghan at Midnight as we discuss the long awaited TS10. We cover everything from your roommate's cheap ass rose to where we were on April 29th. Oh, and by the way... we're gonna talk a lot. We'll miss Halloween but we missed SPARKLING. Follow I Think You're Gonna Like This Podcast on social media:InstagramFacebookTwitterWebsiteTikTokJacqueline InstagramMeghan Instagram 

Long Ash Podcast
Episode 133: Sparkling or Still

Long Ash Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 38:37


Some light cigar news and another divisive stance

Wine Road: The Wine, When, and Where of Northern Sonoma County.
Jenna McDaniel, Hospitality Manager & Tasting Room Princess at Pech Merle Winery, in Geyserville.

Wine Road: The Wine, When, and Where of Northern Sonoma County.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 23:43


Wine Road Podcast Episode 161 Sponsored by Ron Rubin Winery   Episode 161 | Jenna McDaniel, Hospitality Manager & Tasting Room Princess at Pech Merle Winery, in Geyserville. Jenna McDaniel delights us with her story of how she found her way to working in the industry, her awesome marriage proposal that involved her favorite wine and a life changing pizza, all while we enjoy a bottle of the Pech Merle Sparkling Brut Rose of Syrah. Our Fast Five recipe is Baked Ricotta with Honey Appetizer from Liz Pembroke of Pembroke Design Studios in Healdsburg. Wine of the Day: Peche Merle Brut Rose of Syrah Fast Five Recipe: Baked Ricotta with Honey Appetizer From Liz Pembroke of Pembroke Design Studios Podcast Sponsor: Ron Rubin Winery https://ronrubinwinery.com/ SHOW NOTES 1:08 Jenna –Princess of the Tasting Room wears all the hats at Peche Merle, which means cave under the hill in ancient French! 1:31 Wine of the Day Pech Merle Brut Rose of Syrah their first ever sparkling. Awesome label on the outside and great wine on the inside! Sparkling for everyday. 5:28 Tasting room in smack dab in the middle of downtown Geyserville. Open everyday 11-6pm. Diavola pizza will deliver food to you in the tasting room—Perfect! 8:00 Jenna grew up in Geyserville and around the wine industry, wine was part of the lifestyle. Now she is back to her roots working at Pech Merle and can walk to work! 11:35 Tasting room experience- no reservations required but recommended. They offer a Classic Tasting and Reserve Tasting with 5 wines each to choose from. And you can add on food from Diavola. 14:20 Jenna's most memorable wine experience was a marriage proposal with a bottle of Linea Cabernet blend under a 300 year-old oak tree on the Pech Merle property – she said Yes—but the Dictator pizza (Marinated Short Rib, Garlic, Mozzarella, Scallions, Serrano Chiles, Kimchi, Kewpie Mayo & Shichimi !!! )from Diavola sealed the deal! Jenna recommends you always propose with a pizza! 16:41 Owner of Pech Merle, Bruce, is an engineer who builds wine caves and the plan is to put a cave on the Pech Merle property at Dry Creek Road. 18:35 Fast Five Recipe –Baked Ricotta with Honey Appetizer From Liz Pembroke of Pembroke Design Studios Ingredients: Fresh Ricotta, olive oil, Meyer lemon peel, honey and sea salt. Directions: Grease a muffin tin with olive oil and fill it with the ricotta. Bake at 375 for 15-17 minutes. Let it cool slightly, then slip on to a parchment line baking sheet and drizzle with olive oil and top with the lemon peel. Put back in oven for another 10 minutes and then drizzle it with honey. Pair with Lambert Bridge Blanc de Blanc Sparkling. 20:55 Plan your visit to Pech Merle. You can call or email the tasting room for an appointment or make a reservation on Tock reservation service. 21:30 Wine & Food Affair is November 5 & 6 tickets still on sale, but sale ends on October 31st. 21:48 Shout Out to Ron Rubin for their continued support! We encourage you to order some wine from Ron Rubin Winery and enjoy it while you listen to the podcast! Links Pech Merle Winery Diavola Pizza Ron Rubin Winery Credits:The Wine Road podcast is mixed and mastered at Threshold Studios Sebastopol, CA. http://thresholdstudios.info/

AP Audio Stories
Sparkling fish, murky methods: the global aquarium trade

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 0:59


AP correspondent Ed Donahue on Aquarium Fish Murky Waters

The Great Women Artists
Louise Giovanelli

The Great Women Artists

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 41:30


THIS WEEK on the GWA Podcast, we interview one of the most esteemed young painters working in the world right now, LOUISE GIOVANELLI! Giovanelli's paintings bridge art history and modern pop-cultural narratives and explore the tensions between representation/ abstraction, fiction/ reality, historic/ contemporary, painting/ digital sphere. Retaining the meticulousness of renaissance paintings and coalescing it with 80s and 90s music videos, Giovanellis's delicate and electrically luminous scapes offer a language rooted in history yet feel completely otherworldly. On a screen they feel like one thing, but meet them in the flesh, and they become real, with dabs of white oil paint SPARKLING off the canvas. For me, they are time-based. Sit with these paintings and it's like their surfaces are constantly moving. Born in the 90s and now based in Manchester, Giovanelli has quickly risen up the ranks as one of Britain's leading young painters. Having completed her BA at Manchester School of Art, and her MA at the Stadeschule in Frankfurt with professor Amy Silman in 2020, Louise Giovanelli has since exhibited all over the world, including at Grimm Gallery, the Hayward Gallery's Mixing it Up, Manchester Art Gallery, and more recently, at White Cube in London. Giovanelli's paintings are theatrical and stage-like. She creates a language that feels like a heightened version of reality that looks to renaissance painting and film stills and encompasses photography, classical sculpture, architecture and painting. They feel almost too good to be true, full of mystery and enigma. As the artist has said herself – ‘These curtains, once thrown back, offer this promise to enter another realm – and once closed, contain that promise. The painting hangs in a suspended state, leaving us wondering whether the show is over, or in fact just beginning.' -- ENJOY!!! Follow us: Katy Hessel: @thegreatwomenartists / @katy.hessel Research assistant: Viva Ruggi Sound editing by Nada Smiljanic Artwork by @thisisaliceskinner Music by Ben Wetherfield https://www.thegreatwomenartists.com/ -- THIS EPISODE IS GENEROUSLY SUPPORTED BY CHRISTIES: www.christies.com

The Kingdom Daughters Podcast- Christian Woman, Christian Mom, Identity in God, Christian Marriage, Christian Living,
109. Fruit of the Spirit- Self Control- Faith Bomb Friday. Christian Devotional. Bible Study

The Kingdom Daughters Podcast- Christian Woman, Christian Mom, Identity in God, Christian Marriage, Christian Living,

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 8:07


Definition of Self Control- the ability to control oneself, in particular one's emotions and desires or the expression of them in one's behavior, especially in difficult situations.Through he Holy Spirit we have power over our fleshly desires. A person with self control maintains a lift of moderation and control. Other words that translate here are restraint, moderation, discipline, balance, temperance Paragraph from Sparkling gems by Rick RennerYou can see how opposite temperance or self control is to the works of the flesh. If the flesh is allowed to have its way , it will over worry, overwork, overeat, overindulge, and literally run itself to death. But when a person is controlled by the Holy Spirit, God's spirit produces in him a discipline over the physical realm that helps her sustain her physical condition, stay in good health, remain free from sin and live a life that is moderate and balanced.Proverbs 25:28- like a city whose walls are broken through is a person who lacks self control2 Peter 1:5-8For this very reason make every effort to add to your faith goodness, and to goodness, knowledge;and to knowledge, self control and to self control perseverance;, godliness; and the godliness, mutual affection; and to mutual affection, love. For if you possess these qualities in increasing measure, they will keep you from being ineffective and unproductive in your knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ. Thanks for listening friend! Have a beautiful day! ✨Come hang with me on IG- https://www.instagram.com/mrsangelapitnikoff/✨Join our FB sisterhood!- https://www.facebook.com/groups/kingdomdaughterssisterhood✨Be more amazing and leave a review!- https://lovethepodcast.com/LoHGyj✨Want some fun free resources? Click here- www.thekingdomdaughters.com✨ Connect with me! thekingdomdaughterspodcast@gmail.com 

The John Batchelor Show
#NewWorldReport: Sparkling Medellin and the Colombia prospects. Latin American Research Professor Evan Ellis, U.S. Army War College Strategic Studies Institute. @revanellis

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 12:25


PHOTO: NO KNOWN RESTRICTIONS ON PUBLICATION. @BATCHELORSHOW #NewWorldReport: Sparkling Medellin and the Colombia prospects.  Latin American Research Professor Evan Ellis, U.S. Army War College Strategic Studies Institute. @revanellis https://www.axios.com/2022/10/11/colombia-rebels-farc-eln-petro

Histamine Intolerance Podcast

I was amazed to discover that many people in this crazy histamine world react to sparkling water. I live on San Pellegrino and it suits me really well. But I recently ran a question on my story on here and it seemed pretty evenly split 50/50. So here's a podcast about histamine intolerance and water...

The Arcane Dice Podcast
Dungeon Crawl Legacy Of The Mad Mage EP 55 Sparkling Party Dust

The Arcane Dice Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 84:34


The Party decides to try a new trick on the Ballista blocking the hallway   The Arcane Dice Podcast crew would also like to Thank Cassi Mothwin  @CountessCassi on Twitter for the Inspiration Point she convinced me to give to the party  Go check her out and take a peek at her amazing rules lite TTRPGS!!   

The Slow Way
41. Never tidy. But Always Sparkling, Always Alive.

The Slow Way

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 18:33


The life of faith is recognizing that we are each a seed planted, and helping one another stay close to the sustaining water that will help us grow and become the flourishing plant we were always meant to be. Community is believing that we all have something important to give, and that our Source has placed in each of us something valuable. Caring for each other begins with believing that the seed can grow into a tree, and believing that there is enough water available for us and for our neighbor, so we can all thrive. It's simple, and complicated. It's magic and ordinary. It's the Way of Jesus. Which is never as tidy as we'd often like it to be, and is always sparkling, always alive. Links: This reflection and practice were also published this week in The Slow Way Newsletter. Find a transcript of this episode here.  Find Micha's website and sign up for her weekly newsletter here Find Micha on Instagram Find Micha on Twitter Micha's other podcast, The Lucky Few, is all about Down syndrome advocacy. She cohosts it with Heather Avis and Mercedes Lara. Found: A Story of Questions, Grace, and Everyday Prayer is available everywhere books are sold   

Cooking with Bruce and Mark
Amazing Food in the White House, Our One-Minute Cooking Tip, Mark's Interview With JM Hirsch (Author Of Pour Me Another), Toasted Coconut Marshmallows, Sparkling Malbec & More!

Cooking with Bruce and Mark

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 42:54


Welcome, we're Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough. We've written almost three dozen cookbooks (plus knitting books from Bruce and BOOKMARKED, a memoir from Mark). We love to talk about food and cooking. It's our passion! We hope it's yours, too. On this episode of our podcast, we've got a look at fancy dinners at the White House over the years, a slow-cooker tip, and an interview with the fabulous JM Hirsch, author of the brand-new cocktail book POUR ME ANOTHER. Here are the segments of this episode of COOKING WITH BRUCE AND MARK: [01:27] Amazing menus over the years at the United States' White House [13:33] Our one-minute cooking tip: Line the lid of a slow cooker with paper towels to absorb drips on "baked" goods. [14:54] Mark's interview with JM Hirsch, author of the brand-new cocktail book Pour Me Another [39:04] What's making us happy in food this week? Toasted coconut marshmallows and sparkling Malbec rose!

The Long Finish - A Wine Podcast
Ep 89 Sparkling Reds/Chateau de Miniere 'Bulles de Miniere' Loire Valley, France NV

The Long Finish - A Wine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 27:50


Kathryn and Tug celebrate the start of fall with a bottle of sparkling Cabernet Franc. To Kathryn, Cab Franc symbolizes fall. They break down the differences in sparkling red wines, from Lambrusco and beyond. Kathryn discusses what makes this unique Loire Valley Cab Franc so special - it has a lot of devout fans in the restaurant world. In other news, Tug reviews a recent trip back to the East Coast, Kathryn endorses a hilarious new book, and they dissect a recent homemade taco dinner. The Wine of the Week is Chateau de Miniere 'Bulles de Miniere' Loire Valley, France NV.

El sótano
El sótano - Country and Western Dance-o-Rama - 28/09/22

El sótano

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 59:34


En 1955 la casa Decca lanzó la caja Dance-O-Rama, Country & Western Dance-O-Rama, dedicada a 7 de las figuras más relevantes del género de los 20 años anteriores. El sello malagueño Sleazy Records reedita el box-set de siete vinilos en una lujosa y mimada edición que nos sumerge de lleno en aquel subgénero del country conocido como western swing. Playlist; MILTON BROWN and HIS BROWNIES “Texas hambone blues” MILTON BROWN and HIS BROWNIES “Right or wrong” MILTON BROWN and HIS BROWNIES “St Louis Blues” BOB WILLS and HIS TEXAS PLAYBOYS “Don’t let your deal go down” BOB WILLS and HIS TEXAS PLAYBOYS “San Antonio Rose” BOB WILLS and HIS TEXAS PLAYBOYS “Four or five times” SPADE COOLEY and HIS BUCKLE-BUSTERS “Sparkling silver bells” SPADE COOLEY and HIS BUCKLE-BUSTERS “Y ready” TEX WILLIAMS and HIS STRING BAND “Air mail special” TEX WILLIAMS and HIS STRING BAND “Rancho boogie” ADOLPH HOFNER and HIS SAN ANTONIANS “South Texas swing” ADOLPH HOFNER and HIS SAN ANTONIANS “Tickle toe song” GRADY MARTIN and HIS WINGING STRINGS “Slip in and slip out” GRADY MARTIN and HIS WINGING STRINGS “My window faces the South” GRADY MARTIN and HIS WINGING STRINGS “Pork chop stomp” BILLY GRAY and HIS WESTERN OKIES “Trippin’ in” BILLY GRAY and HIS WESTERN OKIES “Moonlight cocktail” Escuchar audio

Right on Track: A Thomas The Tank Engine Podcast

It's time for Tom² with both Parry and Denham in the host seats, then Denham treks out to Thilmere to check out the NSW Rail Museum and Lachlan reviews Bachmann Annie and Clarabel!This week's episode was anchored by Connor JonasFeature Song Of The Week: Who Can It Be Now? Remix (StarTom)Visit our new website: rightontrackpodcast.orgKeep up to date with Right On Track on:FacebookInstagramTwitterYouTube Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Wine Show Australia
Ed Carr - House of Arras (Tasmania)

The Wine Show Australia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 20:36


Considered one of the best sparkling winemakers in the world, Ed Carr and his exceptional House of Arras sparklings have taken the world by storm. Jill talks to Ed about the recent Global Vintage Release, the celebration of 25 years of 100% Tasmanian winemaking and the 10th Consecutive Vintage Release of E.J. Carr Late Disgorged 2007 Sparkling. #houseofarras

Bike Talk with Dave: Bicycle racing, cyclocross, gravel, mountain bike, road and tech

Sparkling streams, hills and hollows, shady rivers, mountain views, waterfalls, swimming holes, historic sites, bustling cities – the Arkansas High Country Route has it all. According to local route designer Chuck Campbell, “That route don't go no where — It just runs around everywhere!” Indeed, this route is designed to connect many of the interesting places in west-central and northwest Arkansas. We connected with Race Director Andrew Onermaa to talk about the AHCR and what it takes to complete the 1000-mile, 450-mile and 187-mile back country bike packing routes. We also talk about the scholarship program to help people defray the cost of registering for the race - thanks to a legacy gift left by a bike packing enthusiast named Daniel Collins. Thanks to Andrew for taking the time to talk with me and tell us all about the Arkansas High Country Race - be sure to follow them on instagram and facebook at arhighcountryrace and check out all the details online at arkansashighcountry.com - and if you want to apply for an entry fee scholarship send your request directly to Andrew at race@arkansashighcountry.com. I want to thank BikeIowa.com for serving as the online host for Bike Talk with Dave. Bike Iowa is your online destination for hundreds of trails, events and news on everything cycling in and around Iowa. Join BikeIowa.com for the Capital City Cross weekend of racing on September 24 and 25 which will feature some traditional cyclocross racing, but also include a Singlespeed race with a thousand dollar prize for the winner on Saturday - as well as some fun relay and short track events on Sunday. Head to BikeIowa.com for details! Thanks for listening to Bike Talk with Dave! If you'd like to support the show, you can do so by rating, reviewing and sharing! If you'd like to support the show financially, and help it improve, you can go to BuyMeACoffee.com and throw some change my way - I'll use it to make the podcast better AND I'll send you a Bike Talk sticker! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dmable122QAs a listener of the Bike Talk with Dave podcast, you're welcome to a free three-month subscription to the Adventure Plus streaming platform! Just click the link below and get registered for the 500+ films, with 10 new films a week being added! https://adventureplus.com/orders/complete_order?o=76196

IE Sports Radio
Let's Wine About DMV Sports Episode 103: Oh we are going to Wine Tonight

IE Sports Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 58:14


Mike Patt talks all thing DMV Sports. We start are show with a quick look at how the Orioles and Nationals are doing, followed by a rant on the dreadful performances of the Ravens and Commanders in week 2 of the NFL season. In part two, we discuss a busy and successful weekend for the DMV in College football. We finish off our show with a brief season preview for the Capitals, as NHL season is upon. All while continuing Sweet Wine Month with a Sparkling selection chosen by you the fans on Twitter. We've got all of that coming up on Let's Wine About DMV Sports on IE Sports Radio; your direct feed for ALL that is sports.

Wine Soundtrack - USA
Banshee Wines - Alicia Sylvester

Wine Soundtrack - USA

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 41:23


Founded in 2009, Banshee Wines defies conventions to create exceptional wine for the true drinkers. Offering outstanding quality, Banshee wines produces affordable luxury wines of extraordinary balance, purity, and depth of flavor, with a focus on cool-climate Pinot Noir, crafted from California's cool, rugged, coastal areas of the far Western Sonoma Coast.

Wine Soundtrack - USA
Phatz & Hall - James Hall

Wine Soundtrack - USA

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 42:24


The seeds for Patz & Hall were planted in the 1980s when assistant winemaker James Hall and national sales manager Donald Patz struck up a close friendship while working together at Flora Springs Winery and Vineyards. The two discovered a mutual enthusiasm for a rich and compelling style of wine made by applying traditional winemaking techniques to fruit from elite, small vineyards. Inspired to combine their winemaking and sales talents, James and Donald joined with partners Anne Moses and Heather Patz, to establish Patz & Hall. Together, they turned Patz & Hall into one of California's most highly regarded wineries with a celebrated portfolio of single-vineyard wines. To achieve their goal of making exceptional limited-production wines from Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, the four founders each focused their specialized knowledge and expertise on different areas of the winery's operations. This integrated approach, along with a commitment to developing close personal relationships with many of California's finest growers—people like Larry Hyde, Lee Hudson and the Martinelli and Pisoni families—became the cornerstones of the winery's success.

Deep in the Weeds - A Food Podcast with Anthony Huckstep
The Producers in Launceston: Ian White (Clover Hill) - a sparkling region

Deep in the Weeds - A Food Podcast with Anthony Huckstep

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 27:28


This the fifth episode of The Producers in Launceston, a special podcast series celebrating the food, wine and people of this special part of Tasmania. Ian White is the cellar door manager at Clover Hill, a sparkling wine producer 50km northeast of Launceston in the Pipers River wine region. He talks about dismantling the elitism of the Champagne world with sparklingly inclusive experiences and explains why Tasmania is such a great place to do it.  The Producers in Launceston special series is a partnership with AgriCULTURED, a food showcase of this rich, beautiful, innovative region. https://cloverhillwines.com.au https://www.agricultured.com.au Follow The Producers on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/producerspodcast/ Host Dani Valent  https://www.instagram.com/danivalent Host Anthony Huckstep https://www.instagram.com/huckstergram/ Executive Producer Rob Locke https://www.instagram.com/foodwinedine/ LISTEN TO OUR OTHER FOOD PODCASTS https://linktr.ee/DeepintheWeedsNetwork

Dirty Linen - A Food Podcast with Dani Valent
The Producers in Launceston: Ian White (Clover Hill) - a sparkling region

Dirty Linen - A Food Podcast with Dani Valent

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 27:28


This the fifth episode of The Producers in Launceston, a special podcast series celebrating the food, wine and people of this special part of Tasmania. Ian White is the cellar door manager at Clover Hill, a sparkling wine producer 50km northeast of Launceston in the Pipers River wine region. He talks about dismantling the elitism of the Champagne world with sparklingly inclusive experiences and explains why Tasmania is such a great place to do it.  The Producers in Launceston special series is a partnership with AgriCULTURED, a food showcase of this rich, beautiful, innovative region. https://cloverhillwines.com.au https://www.agricultured.com.au Follow The Producers on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/producerspodcast/ Host Dani Valent  https://www.instagram.com/danivalent Host Anthony Huckstep https://www.instagram.com/huckstergram/ Executive Producer Rob Locke https://www.instagram.com/foodwinedine/ LISTEN TO OUR OTHER FOOD PODCASTS https://linktr.ee/DeepintheWeedsNetwork

Unfiltered a wine podcast
Ep 108: Wines of Vinho Verde and Bairrada with two times winner of the IWSC Communicator of the year Joe Wadsack

Unfiltered a wine podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 44:11


To download the transcript CLICK HERE Welcome back to part 2 with TWO TIMES winner of the IWSC Communicator of the year award Joe Wadsack. We are jumping over to mainland Portugal, talking about two wine regions Vinho Verde and Bairrada and the delicious sweet and fortified wine Moscatel de Setúbal. This is an episode as equally entertaining as it is educational. Made sure you stay till the end to hear the craziest story of Joe firing a hole through the wall of a winery, in typical Joe fashion. Enjoy the episode. If you want to skip ahead: 3.09: Talking about the wine region Vinho Verde and Alvarinho 5.44: Albariño v Alvarinho 7.00: The grape variety Loureiro 8.00: Why Vinho Verde has it's name (apparently its to do with malolactic fermentation) and the red wines of this region 15.43: The sweet fortified wine Moscatel de Setúbal 25.22: Tasting about the wine region Bairrada 28.00: The grape variety Baga 29.45: The grape variety Maria Gomes (Fernão Pires) and Sparkling wine 31.09: The story of how Joe show a hole in the wall of a winery in South Africa. And if the podcast isn't enough.... Fancy watching some videos on my youtube channel: Eat Sleep Wine Repeat Or come say hi at www.eatsleepwinerepeat.co.uk Or contact me on Instagram @eatsleep_winerepeat or on email: janina@eatsleepwinerepeat.co.uk Until next time, Cheers to you!  

News/Talk 94.9 WSJM
A Sparkling Clean Seat! Daily BuZz!!

News/Talk 94.9 WSJM

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 4:49


Getting paid to do nothing. Putting the toilet seat in the DISHWASHER!? And imagine all we could get done if we didn't have to sleep? That's what Paul Layendecker is BuZzin' about today on The Daily BuZz!!

Glass In Session ™ Winecast
S11E1: Tasmanian Sparkling Wine History, Devilish Deets

Glass In Session ™ Winecast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 21:43


A devil of an episode in which we explore the history and emergence of  Tasmanian Sparkling wine. Don't think for a minute we didn't “go there." Resources from this episode: Books: Christie's World Encyclopedia of Champagne and Sparkling Wine, Stevenson, T. & Avellan, E. (2014) Fizz! Champagne and Sparkling Wines of the World, Rose, A. (2021)  The Oxford Companion to Wine [4th Edition], Robinson, J. & Harding J. (2015) Websites: Animalia: Tasmanian Devil https://animalia.bio/tasmanian-devil CIA World Factbook: Australia and Oceana (1 September 2022) https://www.cia.gov/the-world-factbook/countries/australia/ Jansz Tasmania: https://www.jansz.com.au/en/our-history/ Meininger's Wine Business International: The Sparkling Isle, Quinn, S. (5 December 2014) https://www.wine-business-international.com/wine/general/sparkling-isle Sparkling Wines Tasmania: https://sparklingwinestasmania.com.au/ Tasmania: https://tasmania.com/ University of Tasmania: A History of the Tasmanian Wine Industry, Walker, A. (April 2012) https://eprints.utas.edu.au/14809/2/whole-walker-thesis-2012.pdf Vinyeards: Tasmania https://vineyards.com/photos/maps/Tasmanie_EN_2_cut.fw.png Wine Tasmania: https://winetasmania.com.au  Related Glass in Session® Episodes: S7E4: Booze Riots and Rebellions, Part 2 - Rum https://glassinsession.libsyn.com/s7e4-booze-riots-and-rebellions-part-2-rum S6E3: A Sweet, Sticky Story - Rutherglen Fortified Wines https://glassinsession.libsyn.com/s6e3-a-sweet-sticky-story-rurtherglen-fortified-wines S6E1: Prosecco DOC Rosé, Plus Some Sweet Corkdorkery https://glassinsession.libsyn.com/s6e1-prosecco-doc-ros-plus-some-sweet-corkdorkery S3E5: Wine and Oxygen from Grapes to Glass https://glassinsession.libsyn.com/s3e5-wine-oxygen-from-grapes-to-glass S3E1: Asti DOCG - Bubbles in the New Year, Decade and Season! https://glassinsession.libsyn.com/s3e1-asti-docg-bubbles-in-the-new-year-decade-and-season Glass in Session® is a registered trademark of Vino With Val, LLC. Music: “Write Your Story” by Joystock (Jamendo.com cc_Standard License, Jamendo S.A.)

Italian Wine Podcast
Ep. 1080 Map 37 Sparkling Wines Of The World | Jumbo Shrimp Maps

Italian Wine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 9:02


Welcome to Episode 1080 The Jumbo Shrimp Maps Series. Today we are going to talk about Map 37, Sparkling Wines Of The World. About the Series: We have specially created this free content for all our listeners who are studying for wine exams. Since Stevie Kim discovered Rosie Baker's hand drawn maps on Instagram, our in house editorial and graphics team has been working on this project, and now the maps are available to purchase in Beta form, while they undergo the final proofing and editing by our Expert Advisory Board. It's a 3 layered project, because we know everyone learns differently. We now offer the complete box set of 39 maps, this series of podcasts with the maps narrated by our crack team of wine educators, and finally the Study Guide Book which will be publish later this year. Our map project is in no way a substitute for the material set out by other educational organisations, but we hope all the Wine Students out there will find our map project a new, exciting and useful tool for learning. To purchase the Beta version box set of maps, please visit mammajumboshrimp.com To find out more about Mamma Jumbo Shrimp and how to buy the Maps visit: www.mammajumboshrimp.com More about the Gill Gordon-Smith IWE: Gill Gordon-Smith IWE is a VIA expert, Artisan Producer, Retailer, Writer, Judge and Educator based in Australia's McLaren Vale Region. With Diplomas in Training Design and Development as well as Vocational Education and Training she is a WSET Certified Educator, worked with Qantas Airways developing the renowned Sommelier in the Sky Program, presents internationally for Wine Australia and co-ordinates the award winning Wine and Spirit School TAFE SA . Passionate about Italian Grapes and Wine she also produces Italian Grape Varieties in McLaren Vale. She is currently Wine Communicators Australia 2017 Educator of The Year and 2017 Australian Wine Communicator of the Year.in 2020 Gill was named AWIWA Woman of Inspiration. To find out more visit: Instagram: @gillgordonsmith Twitter: @fallfromgrace1 Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram @italianwinepodcast Facebook @ItalianWinePodcast Twitter @itawinepodcast Tiktok @MammaJumboShrimp LinkedIn @ItalianWinePodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ Until next time, Cin Cin!

Sermons - Harvest Church  |  Arroyo Grande
Let the Celebration Begin - Steve Henry

Sermons - Harvest Church | Arroyo Grande

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 77:22


1 (2s): Good morning. Welcome to harvest. Why don't we all stand together? Let's worship, Lord. We hear this morning with two or more gathered. Dedicated this time. 2 (8m 21s): he? he . He was 3 (8m 55s): Where's your heart to pray. 5 (10m 53s): Lord, help us remember to being passionate and especially passionate to our families. 4 (11m 7s): Or thank you for all these loving waivers or your 6 (18m 7s): Lord, thank you. That we rest in that promise that you will not feel 7 (18m 27s): Well, good morning. And welcome back to harvest church. You may be wondering two things real quick. Why is Curtis already back in why's he more handsome than he was before? Well, it's because I'm not Curtis. I am I'm burger Wade, and this is Jeremy. He is our student ministries leader 6 (18m 49s): And a few other things, 7 (18m 51s): A few other things, 6 (18m 53s): But yeah. Well, welcome here. So this is family Sunday and we just, yeah, we value that our church is multi-generational. We, I love looking out and seeing the young young kids, as well as older folks and just everyone in between it it's we really value that our church has this kind of broad spectrum. So family Sunday, we celebrate petty. The fourth, Sunday we have each month, we celebrate that by donuts. We've got donuts out there, but we also asked if the kids remain in service first grade enough. So if, if you're, if you're a little kid, a little loud, it's okay. I have great memories of bothering their parents in church as well, being a nuisance. But you know, those are fond memories that I hold on to, of getting to worship with my parents and seeing them worship. 6 (19m 38s): So it's yeah, it's, it's a great thing. So we celebrate that today for, with family Sunday and there is donuts out there as well as coffee, not for kids. It's probably shouldn't have the cost. You're gonna have donuts, right? 7 (19m 50s): Yeah. They can have the donuts. So we also have life groups starting up. So we've got our men's women's home groups, couples, and we also have a college group just in case you want to see more of me and you're in college, does anybody? So 6 (20m 10s): I do 7 (20m 11s): Thank you. But we've got all that information on our wonderful info center. You can pick up any flyers, you can sign up for life groups back there. It's just a really great resource to have. 6 (20m 21s): Yeah. And then lastly, as far as announcements go, we, we encourage the men in our church to every month go to . That's our men's monthly gathering at a thousand Hills ranch this year, this month, September, the month of September is gonna be a little different. It's actually MW six. And that is because the men are supposed to bring their wives. And it's also, it's a, it's a fundraising events for M six as well as 17 strong. So that's going to be September 12th out at the ranch and that's from six to seven 30 and it's a fundraiser. So it's $150 a couple, but it's a great time of worship testimony and just great delicious food. I mean, if, if the food for the men is good, I'm just, I think it's going to be the next level. 6 (21m 5s): So there's that. And finally, this is, we want to take this day, we're partnering with mothers in prayer and we, this is bless our school Sunday. So we want to emphasize that there's this amazing international ministry that, that, that happens at our church as well. It's called mothers in prayer and that's partnering women together, mothers who pray over their kids, pray over the schools. There's lots of different ways to do that. So Shannon Kessler has been leading that for almost 14 years now. And she's back at the info center would love to give you more details on mothers and prayer, but also we just want to bless our school. So what I want to do now, before we go into our meet and greet time is if you are a school teacher, if you are work at school, you're part of the admin staff, any anything having to do, and also students and graduates once you they'll stand up. 6 (21m 55s): So we can pray for you this morning. Can you do that now? And that is homeschool parents as well. So please stand up also students. Yeah. Let me some students breakers already standing. Yeah. So let me pray. Let me pray over you right now. Heavenly father, we thank you Lord, for what these, what does, what does, what the, the people that are standing in Lord this morning signifying that they're, they're part of the education system of educating the next generation. Lord God, whether they're part of the educators or being educated themselves. So are we, we know that the schools can be difficult Lord. 6 (22m 37s): And so we just pray your blessing over the teachers as they lean on you, as they lead and guide these children and just their light into, into those classrooms, Lord and pray for the homeschool parents as well, or is it difficult? Job, Lord. And so we just blessed those moms and dads who are, who partaken in that Lord. And we thank you for the students that are being missionaries out in your schools, whether it's on the college campuses or in the high schools or elementary schools, Lord, we just pray that they would be a light to their students and a light to the teachers that are there. Lord. So we thank you, Lord. We play you just your, your blessing over this schools and our school district. Lord, God bless them in Jesus name. We pray. Amen. 6 (23m 18s): All right. So why don't you take us a minute to meet and greet somebody around you? It's a good time to kind of find some empty chairs and squeeze in. God bless you guys. 9 (25m 9s): My soul is cold gray. saw the glory as it broke God of mercy in light. 9 (25m 56s): Brilliant sales. You globe awakens my soul. 10 (26m 2s): Hey, good morning. All right. Good morning. Welcome. Am I on? I shouldn't be on think I'm on A real quick, real quick. How many understand the purpose of meet and greet? How many understand the purpose of meet and greet? All right, I'm gonna, I'm gonna bust some of y'all. So I'm walking around and I'm noticing some of you are glued to your chairs. You're like, I'm not getting up. 10 (26m 43s): I'm not crossing the aisle. I'm not meeting nobody today and that's not what meet and greets all about. So we're doing it again. It's a do over. So the rule you got to peel the glue off your backside, stand up and go meet somebody that you have never ever met before. I mean, you got to get out of your eye or your row, one side of the building to the other go That is a meet and greet right there. 10 (28m 34s): The obvious answer to this question is how many who met somebody that they've never ever met before? Mary nice. There we go. That's the meet and greet. There we go. So that's the standard by which all future meet and greets will be judged. So welcome. Welcome. Welcome. It's good to be back. Appreciate all the love and just the support, the prayers a couple of weeks ago, during first service I preached during second service, I went to the ER and anyway, just stuff was going on. So I'll give you kind of an update and it's really all kind of dumb and mysterious. 10 (29m 16s): Like, you know, nobody's got real good answers, which is always frustrating. I saw Levi appear with a bro or Jack with a broken arm. And you're like, you can explain that you've got a broken arm, right? Like I got a cast. That's obvious that what's going on. I, these things that happened to me are just weird, strange and UN describable. So, so after like, I don't know, we spent the night in the hospital and next morning, like six doctors come in and just start talking to me about stuff. And, and finally a guy said, we think there's something going on with your vagus nerve and vagus nerve, like controls all of your vital organs and look it up. 10 (30m 1s): It's interesting. I had never, never heard of a vagus nerve until they told me mines ain't working. So then I checked it out and I need to go to Vegas. Yeah. That's not the first time I've heard that joke. Yeah. I hear that all the time. So then I go to my general doctor, doctor what's his name's Fellini. Thank you very much that my doctor for 20 years, probably, I don't know. Anyway, Dr. Sweeney said, Hey, I'm not sure it's your vagus nerve. So I'm thinking, I'm thinking, thanks doc. I had an answer and now I have no answer. So anyway, Dr. Sweeney is going to be doing some more work. I'm going to be meeting with him in a couple of weeks again, and we'll just see what happens. 10 (30m 42s): I don't know. So what happens basically is I, blood blood pressure drops. My heart rate drops. I feel tingling in my extremities. Don't Google all this stuff. Cause you'll, you'll just get run on, you know, I'll get all these emails. Well, you think it's have you tried. And I appreciate all that, but it's, it's it's we got good people working on it and we'll see what happens. So anyway, you just kind of feel lightheaded. My, my heart rate drops into the thirties and then goes way high. And it's just kind of weird stuff. So I don't know what's going on. I just know that when I'm feeling it coming on, I just have to rest, hydrate and take care of myself. 10 (31m 22s): And so that's what I'm going to do. I don't know how often it'll come around, but in the meantime, I'm just going to, we've all got stuff, right? We're all dealing with something in our physical bodies. These all tents get a little tattered over a lifetime and we just need to patch them up from time to time and just wait for the new tent. That's common, this new, new body, that boy, oh boy, the older you get, the more you're looking forward. You're like bringing a Jesus. Yeah. So anyway, it's, it's common. So that's my help health update. Continue to just pray that the doctors get some clarity about things and maybe there's medication. Maybe there's a lifestyle change. 10 (32m 2s): I don't know, but there's something going on my heart. My desire is just to keep doing what I'm doing for until death do us part. I mean, that's my heart and my desire just to be here, loving people, serving Jesus, teaching the word what's going on with my mic, pull it away from it. Other. So at some point, your beard gets a little long. So you wake up and you don't just have bedhead, but you got beard ahead as well. Beard. Yeah, bed, a bed, beer. That's what it is, bed beard. So anyway, so now they're whatever I, it, so I'm gonna let my beard gear along. I saw a buddy of mine. We were at a wedding last night. 10 (32m 43s): This is all part of the message by the way. And it was like old home week. We were at a wedding with friends that we have known for decades. And I, I was thinking about it this morning. I think he's going to be like heaven. Cause you gather for a celebration and you get to see people that you haven't seen for so long and you get to love on people and just enjoy conversation getting caught up. And there was this couple there, Jack in the water Hurley. He who have been so good to me my whole life and Jack was officiating his granddaughter's wedding and we were there and I got to just love on them and just tell them how much I appreciate them and how much I just honor them for their influence in my life, their grace, just the blessing. 10 (33m 29s): And, and, and it was just really sweet. I think, I think Kevin's going to be a lot of that. We're going to have reunion where we're just able to just speak and love on each other. And it was quite a celebration which heaven will be quite a celebration. So that was last night. The week, last week we were doing my son's wedding. Curtis got married and Clark got married and it's a man and a woman Curtis in Clark. You gotta be clear about these things in this 21st century, there was Curtis married to a woman named Clark. And so we had that amazing celebration. We have the married out at our property and where we married our other, our oldest daughter 10 years ago. 10 (34m 13s): And the six months ago, these two got hits. And so it's been a wedding season, a wedding celebration, and it's just been really, really fun and good. And so before we get to the title of the message that ties into all of that, do you guys want to hear a joke it's family Sunday after also, you want to hear a joke about a piece of paper now you really don't. It's terrible. It's terrible. T E a R a bull tear. It's a terrible joke about paper. It's terrible. When you got to explain it, what did the clock do when it was hungry? 10 (34m 57s): It went back for seconds. Four clock, four seconds. Clock was hungry. Went back four seconds. Is that working? Sounds good. We titled the message today. Let the celebration begin. Let the celebration begin. We're in first Peter chapter one and it's just going to be really good. So in light of all of the celebrating that we've been doing around in our family, and we just sent off family that were here from back east, just Georgia and South Carolina, North Carolina, and my wife and I argue about this. We think our net, I think my nephew's from New Mexico. 10 (35m 38s): She thinks he's from South Carolina. Now he's in the air force and I'm right. I'm not Leslie. You agree, Stevie, where does Jake live right now? South Carolina. Hmm. He is so polite. Jake. My nephew is captain in the air force, by the way. I'm very proud of that little guy, little guy. He's a captain in the air force and he's a little guy to me, but I'm talking about his home in New Mexico and he never corrects me. He's been out of New Mexico for a year. My wife tells me so anyway, so lots of celebration and you know, we know how to celebrate people and events. 10 (36m 18s): We know how to celebrate big things that are happening in our lives and in the world. We're, we're, we're a culture that loves to celebrate. So weddings, we're eating great food. We're laughing, we're dancing, we're doing all kinds of things that allow that celebration to really take shape. And so, as we think about the word of God and what God is teaching us in first, Peter, we've got lots and lots to celebrate. We've got lots to celebrate. So we're going to be taking a look at that today. First Peter chapter one verses 19 through or verses nine through 25, it says the reward for trusting him. Who are we talking about? 10 (36m 58s): Jesus, the reward for trusting Jesus will be the salvation of your souls, salvage. I mean, you think about the other end of that. And you're, you can get pretty excited about the salvation of your souls. Verse 10, this salvation was something even the prophets, even the prophets wanted to know more about when they prophesied about this. Grace gracious salvation prepared for you. So the prophets of old that wrote about this great salvation, they wrote hundreds of years ahead of time. God gives them a revelation about the salvation of God made available to the people in the earth. 10 (37m 39s): And they were, they were curious about, they wanted to know more about it. They wonder verse 11, what time or a situation the spirit of Christ within them was talking about when he told them in advance about Christ's suffering and his great glory afterwards. So God, because he is good and faithful, he revealed to the prophets hundreds of years ahead of time, his plan of salvation for humanity to prepare us to prepare humanity, God speaks and he communicates, Hey, this is what's coming. The profits were intrigued and interested. Maybe even, probably even perplexed about how and when these events would unfold, the messages of salvation through Christ, the Lord reminds us. 10 (38m 28s): It reminds us that the old Testament is tied directly to the new Testament. In fact, the new is the fulfillment of the old Testament. So as you're reading the old Testament, you'll begin to see the connection. You'll be begin to see how it is tied together, how the new Testament fulfills, what God wrote in the old Testament. The old Testament is speaking about and describing the same God and plan. Some would say all the old Testament, God is different than the new Testament. God, that's not true. We just need to understand who God is in their perplexity of who he is. And they just grand this. If who we is, the old Testament is speaking about the same God, the same plan of salvation that is being discussed in the new Testament. 10 (39m 17s): In fact, there are at least 855 times in the new Testament where the writer is quoting or eluding to the old Testament, at least 855 times as many as 900 times, there's only four books in the old Testament that aren't quoted or alluded to in the new Testament. So Obadiah, how many have read Obadiah lately? Good, wonderful Nahum Zephaniah and asked her. So those are the four old Testament books that aren't quoted or alluded to in the new Testament. 10 (40m 1s): How many old Testament books are there? There's 39, 39 old Testament books. So that means 35 of the old Testament books at a 39 were quoted or alluded to in the new Testament. So the new Testament is filled with information and revelation and connecting, connecting truth. That makes the word of God old and new Testament. The 66 books of the Bible. It begin to make it very, very clear to verse 12 day. The prophets were told that their message is we're not for themselves, but, but for you. And now this good news has been announced to you by those who preached in the power of the holy spirit sent from heaven. 10 (40m 45s): It's also, so it's also a wonderful that even the angels. So we talked about the prophets, intrigued, interested, perplexed about what is going on and when things go to unfold. But now the angels are being called in into the text here and I'll just read it again. They, the prophets were told that their messages were not for themselves, but for you. And now this good news has been announced to you by those who preached in the power of the holy spirit from heaven sent from heaven. It's also so wonderful that even the angels are eagerly watching these things happen. Isn't that interesting? The angels, these powerful servants of God, these powerful ministers, these ministering angels are curious. 10 (41m 32s): They're looking on their watching. I mean, this is such good news, such soup. We're talking about the salvation of God, such good news, supernatural news, profoundly important news that God's angels are eagerly watching these things happen. So some of these, these things that we sometimes are just kind of haphazard, kind of half-hearted about, ah, it's kind of old news I've been saved for so many years that angels of God are eagerly watching the profits of old Isaiah, Jeremiah, these prophets of old, they were writing about this time in this place that we're enjoying and experiencing now. 10 (42m 14s): And they were intrigued and perplexed and curious about what God was going to do. Now we get to live in that and the angels get to watch as God's plan unfolds in the universe, let the celebration begin. Amen. We've got some stuff to celebrate, man. If we, if we can't read what God is doing, reading what God has read about what God is doing in the Bible and think about what God is doing in our lives and in this crazy culture that we live in. Boy, there's something wrong. We need to ask the Lord to stir us up again. We need to renew our vigor for the Lord. 10 (42m 54s): Find a new joy in Jesus and begin to walk that out. How do we celebrate? Number one, we rejoice over the things that heaven rejoices over this isn't important. We need to rejoice over the things that heaven rejoices over. Do you remember that parable of the lost coin in Luke 15 verses eight through 10, it says this, or suppose a woman has 10 silver coins and loses one. Won't. She light a lamp and sweep the entire house and search carefully until she finds it. And then when she finds it, she will call in her friends and neighbors and say rejoice with me because I have found my lost coin in the same way. 10 (43m 42s): There is joy in the presence of God and the presence of God's angels. When one sinner repents, isn't that sweet. So when you repented the heavens rejoiced, there's a celebration when even one center sinner, repents, there's a celebration rejoicing by the angels of God, because they've been waiting, they've been watching, they've been, they've been paying attention to what's going on in the earth. And they, so they erupt with celebration. There's joy in the presence of God angels when even one sinner repents. I, this is why when we do baptisms and we are at the beach or in some body of water and people get baptized. 10 (44m 25s): When they come out, we are, we just erupt with celebration because it's an indication that a life has been changed. It's a death to the old life and resurrection of the new, it's a powerful thing. There's something within us as believers that just wants to celebrate that. Even when we watch videos of what unfolds at these baptisms, we just can't help. But celebrate. We rejoice. We rejoice over the things that heaven rejoices over. I'm going to be teaching through revelation here in a few more months. People keep bugging me about it. We're going to get there. There's a process to teaching through the new Testament and you got to do one book after the other, but I'll give you a little taste in revelation, chapter four and parts of five revelation. 10 (45m 14s): One, it's this introduction, John, the apostle he's exiled to the island of Patmos. Maybe he's feeling like maybe God's done with me, but God's never done with us. As long as we've got a pulse, my pulse is banging right now. You got to pull, spill it. Go ahead. Wow. My doctor told me to get one of those apple watches. Cause it tells me my heart rate and that sort of thing. But so I told my wife, I got to get any watch doctor's orders. Doctor's orders. He just, she puts up with me. 10 (45m 56s): Thank you, Lord. This is what revelation says in verse chapter one, verse three, God blesses the one who reads the words of this prophecy to the church. So I'm going to get a blessing for reading the words of this prophecy to you. I'll take it. Also. He blesses all who listen to its message and obey. What it says for the time is near. So you get a blessing when you listen and obey and pay attention for the time is near the time of the end, the time of the second coming of the Lord, Jesus Christ. It's coming. So as you get past chapters, two and three, and the messages to the seven churches, you get into chapter four and we get a vision of heaven. 10 (46m 38s): So if we're going to rejoice over what heaven rejoices over, what's happening there. So John gets a vision. He gets that a picture. God is so good to give John a vision and God tells him to write it down so that we can read and understand what God is up to in the earth. This is what he wrote. Chapter four. Then I, as I looked, I saw a door standing open in heaven and the same voice I had heard before spoke to me like a trumpet blast. The voice said, come up here and I will show you what must happen after this. And instantly I was in the spirits and I saw a throne in heaven and someone's sitting on it. 10 (47m 22s): The one sitting on the throne was as brilliant as gemstones, like a Jasper and carnelian and the, of an Emerald circled his thrown like a rainbow, Hey, Genesis to revelation. God owns the rainbow. Maybe God owns the rainbow. Let's take it back. Right? My 24, the throne surrounded him and 24 elders sat on them. They were all closed in whites and had gold crowns on their heads from the throne came flashes of lightning and the rumble of thunder. And in front of the throne where seven torches with burning flames. This is the sevenfold spirit of God in front of the throne was a shiny sea of glass. 10 (48m 4s): Sparkling like crystal in the center and around the throne were four living beings, each covered with eyes front and back there. The first of these living beings was like a lion. The second was like an ox. The third biker had a human face and the fourth was like an Eagle in flight. Each of these living beings had six wings and the wings were covered all over with eyes inside and out and day after day and night after night, they keep on saying, holy holy, holy is the Lord. The God, the Lord, God, the almighty, the one who always was, who is and who is still the calm. 10 (48m 50s): This is what's happening in heaven. Whenever the living beings give glory and honor, and thanks to the one sitting on the throne, the one who lives forever and ever the 24 elders fall down and worship the one sitting on the throne, the one who lives forever and ever, and they lay their crowns before the throne and say, you are worthy. You are worthy, oh Lord our God to receive glory and honor and power for you created all things and they exist because you created what you pleased. I'm not going to read all of chapter five, but I just want to jump to a point here. 10 (49m 35s): Verse nine, chapter five. And they sang a new song. With these words, you are worthy to take the scroll. We'll unpack all of that. At a latter time, you are worthy to take the scroll and break it seals and open it for you are slaughtered. And your blood has ransomed people for God, from every tribe and language and people and nation. And you have caused them to become a kingdom of priests for our God. And they will reign on the earth. Then I looked again and I heard the voices of get this thousands and millions of angels. How many is that? More than you can count thousands and millions of angels around the throne and of the living beings and the elders. 10 (50m 24s): And they sang in a mighty chorus. Can you that noise, but it's not going to hurt our ears. It's not going to be unsettling in our hearts and minds and souls. It's going to be soothing and powerful and life changing worthy is the lamb who was slaughtered to receive power and riches and wisdom and strength and honor, and glory and blessings. And then I heard every creature in heaven and on earth and under the earth and in the sea, they sing blessing, blessing, and honor, and glory and power belong to the one sitting on the throne to the lamb forever and ever. 10 (51m 14s): And the four living beings said amen. And the 24 elders fell down and worshiped the lamb. Now, listen, this is just a warm up for the things to come when we worship on Sunday morning or singing or that time of pause this morning. Wasn't that just the sweetest thing. I thought, man, this could go on the rest of the service and we'd be okay. We, we, we would have had shirts, right? It was just a sweet Salem moment. So often we don't get those moments in our day, our week or month or a year. We just don't slow down and allow the spirit of God to minister to us. I tell you what, if you slow down, if we will slow down, let the spirit of God minister to us, we will have greater strength, greater clarity, greater capacity, greater ability to do, to do the supernatural and wonderful things that God has called us to do to live the way that God has called us to live. 10 (52m 11s): But we got to take a moment, a sale, a moment where we're just sitting before the king and we're just acknowledging his Lordship, his goodness, we're rejoicing over the things that the heavens are rejoicing. It's, it's a, it's a celebration. You can have your own personal revival. When you're doing that. You will have a revival that just doesn't just impact you, but will impact your friends and your family. And people would be like, what is going on with you? You've got joy and peace and you just got this fullness about you. That's just beautiful. 10 (52m 53s): That comes from those moments of just intimacy with the creator of heaven and earth, where we just stop and wait praise and thank applauding his goodness in our lives. We can get our minds in all kinds of the negative stuff. Don't let yourself go there. Just in the midst of the storm, say thank you, Lord Lord, for whatever you're doing for whatever you're going to teach me. Thank you. As I was talking to my friends, Jack in the water Hurley, he, we had a rough patch 20 years ago and they said, you know, almost always been a blessing to you, but there was that. 10 (53m 37s): And I knew what they were alluding to. I said, you know what? It was like a dip in the road. It's not important, but we can make those dips in the road. They get, we can allow them to derail us for all the days of our lives. Instead by God's grace, we can let it go be free in Jesus name from all of that baggage, all of the stuff that we're holding on to you just let it go. And boy, so we hugged and loved on each other for like dang 20 years. It's been just a little bit uncertain how we feel about each other. 10 (54m 18s): But when I got a chance to grab a hold of them and love on them and just tell them how good and what a blessing they've been to me, Lawanna said, man, that really, that really touches my heart. And I'm like me too. And God wants to do wonderful things within our lives, within the body of Christ things that will unite us, bring us back together. But we got to let God do what God wants to do. We can say all kinds of stuff, but we can say, but God, but God is capable. He's gracious to give me the strength to do so that we can celebrate what God is doing. 10 (54m 59s): It's hard to celebrate what God is doing. If we're bound up with all kinds of unforgiveness and resentment or sin or anything like that, it's hard to celebrate because we're distracted and hindered and double-minded. And do you want other stuff that just kind of mess with us the celebration? You're not always celebrate rejoiced over the things that haven't rejoices over. If you're having a hard time doing that, I get in the word and ask the Lord. I need help rejoicing over the things that you rejoice over that heaven, rejoice over. And then number two, be ready to spring into action for God. And this, these things go hand in hand. When you reach choice over the things that God rejoices over and they haven't rejoices over, you're ready. 10 (55m 40s): It's like, you're primed you. You want to do what God has called you to do. And you're just, you just got this hunger and this thirst and this desire to please the Lord and to honor the Lord. And so they go hand in hand. You really can't have one without the other. You say I'm kind of ready, but I'm not sure it was a call to holy living in verses that follow in the verses that follow you follow verse 13 says to prepare your minds for action. James said, faith without works is dead. Faith without works is dead. So we got faith. What does God want us to do with that? Get busy springing in two action. So prepare your minds for action and exercise. 10 (56m 21s): Self-control put all your hope in the gracious salvation that will come to you. When Jesus Christ is revealed to the world, the expositors Bible commentary says this about preparing your mind for action. This is what it says. It presents the figure of a man gathering the folds of his long garments and tucking it into his belt so that he can run, move freely and quickly doing what God has called them to do. We're in we're encumbered by too many things. So when God tells us to spring adaption, we got to get unencumbered. We got to grab up our garments and tucked him in our belt and be ready to go. 10 (57m 2s): What's encumbering you. What's keeping you from springing into action. There's probably things that are encumbering you and keeping you from springing into action. God wants to set you free from that mid part of that is just letting you know, kind of bringing awareness to your life. This thing is hindering you, you can't spring into action. As long as this thing is attached to your life, got to get rid of it. Remember in first Kings 1846, then the Lord gave special strength to Elijah. We've read this right? The Lord gave, we need to hear that the Lord gave special strength to Elijah. So when God calls us to spring into action, it is not in our own ability and strength. 10 (57m 44s): God gives us special strength. He talked to his cloak, get the same picture, right? He tucked his cloak into his belt and ran ahead of a Habs chariot all the way to the entrance of Jezreel. So he grabs his clothes and tucks them in and he runs supernaturally. So, and this is part of God's plan in his desire. We see the same thing in Jeremiah, one 17, where it says the Lord told Jeremiah, get up, get up, prepare for action. We serve the same God in the new Testament we did in the old Testament. Jesus Christ the same yesterday, today and forever. He's a turtle. This his it's his message. 10 (58m 24s): Get saved. Get sanctified, get filled with God and go get up and prepare for action. Go out and tell them everything I tell you to say, do not be afraid of them, or I will make you look foolish. I loved the next few verses. Love the next few verses. I love that verse. I love all the verses first 18 foresee today. I have made you strong, like a fortified city that cannot be captured. So we, we look at ourselves, take a personal inventory and you say, I can't spring into action. And he's got nothing to offer. Good. Got nothing to offer. 10 (59m 5s): You're right. Yeah, nothing offered, but God, but God, he's got plenty to do. Plenty to offer plenty to offer. But God, part of the backstory with Jacqueline Lawana is just the transition out of my old church into this church. And they had watched me grow up, you know, since I'm, you know, just 14 years old watching me grow up. Yeah. A lot of you have watched me grow up, right. Coleen was working at our wedding and putting things together. We went, we honeymooned at your cabin up in Tahoe. 10 (59m 45s): Right. Remember that? Yeah. And so when you see somebody grow up, you just, you're not sure about what God wants to do with their lives, right? And so there were some of that. And so we talked last time and they said, look, what got us down right? In their lives, in our lives. It was a TIFF difficult season. But what the enemy intended for evil God intended for good. So don't let your many, many flaws hold you back because we all have many, many flaws. But, but God for see today I have made you strong, like a fortified city that cannot be captured like an iron pillar or a bronze wall. 10 (1h 0m 30s): You will stand against the whole land. The Kings officials, priests, and people of Judah. They will fight you, but they will fail. Not because you're good, but because God is good now because you're strong in your own strength. But because God is strong on your behalf, wait, God is calling us to spring into action. They will fight you, but they will fail for, I am with you and I will take care of you. Okay? Let's get that internalized a little bit. 10 (1h 1m 11s): I'm with you. And I will take care of you. God says spring into action. Spring high, the Lord I've spoken. Let the celebration begin. How do we celebrate? We need to rejoice over the things that heaven rejoices over and then be ready to spring into action for God. And then number three, we need to live. Like we belong to God. We are according to John, three, three, born again, born again, creates new creation, a new creature in Christ Jesus. 10 (1h 1m 52s): So we need to begin to live as born again. Spirit filled believers in the Lord, Jesus Christ in watch. Watch what he will do. We need to live. Like we belong to God. What does that look like? Well, I I'm so grateful for the word because it always helps us with information that we need in revelation. So you must live verse 14 as God's obedient children, that don't S don't back into your old ways of living to satisfy your own desires. You didn't know any better than like in your BC days. You didn't know any better. 10 (1h 2m 32s): And so you lived like a child of the devil, but now, now who do you belong to? You? You belong to the king, that king of all Kings. I'm a father, the God of creation. That's who you belong to. So now verse 15. Now you must be holy and everything. You do everything you do. How do you do anything that God asked you to do to deal with the spirit of God powered by the word of God? The clarity that comes from the word and the spirit and the strength that comes from, from what God provides for us, allows us. 10 (1h 3m 16s): I'm going to reading and Leviticus Leviticus in there over and over again. God is telling the people of Israel. You must be holy because I, the Lord, your God am holy, holy above reproach. We will never be perfect in our own ability, but our goal, Lord, I want to, in every word thought, indeed, I want to live above reproach. So we laid hands on Joe. A few weeks ago. I challenged him, Joe, cause we, we gave him, we, we licensed and we recognized his role as a leader in the community and as a leader in the church. And we said, man, you have to by God's grace live differently, but that's not just true for Joe. 10 (1h 4m 2s): And for guys like me, it's true for every one of us, the people of God got us said, be holy because the Lord, your God is holy. Be holy in everything. Justice. God who chose you as holy for this scripture say, you must be holy because I am holy. So the writer is for smoke-free speaking about what is written in Leviticus and other parts of the old Testament. So an example of a writer in the new Testament, Peter referencing quoting, alluding to truth. In the old Testament, they go hand in hand. They're incomplete on their own. 10 (1h 4m 44s): You must be holy because I am holy. And remember that heavenly father, to whom you pray, he has no favorites. He will judge or rewards you according to what you do. So you must live in reverent. Fear of him during your time here as the temporary citizens, second Corinthians five 10 says for, we must all stand before Christ to be judged. We will each receive whatever we deserve for the good or evil we have done in this earthly body. This is not a judgment on this, about salvation. 10 (1h 5m 27s): This is a judgment of your lives as believers and followers of the Lord, Jesus Christ. Your life will be judged and you will receive rewards or not based on the way you live. Your life. Faith without works is dead. I don't think you can have faith without works, because if you've got faith without works, it means that your faith is dead probably as well. Because out of the abundance of what God is doing in your life, you must step up. You must live differently. You must point people to Jesus. It's not optional. It's your permanent calling and vocation to point people to Jesus. 10 (1h 6m 13s): Couple Sundays ago, I was before when I had to go to the hospital, did I already say this? I don't think I did, but I had my, I love Jesus talks on Mike and Linda Herbert gave me those socks and I told them I was wearing them. And we were in a prayer meeting. And before the service start and Mike was in there and I showed him, I love Jesus socks. I said, Mike, I don't like to wear these on Sunday morning because we, I, you don't need to see my, I love Jesus' socks. I want to wear my, I love Jesus socks in the marketplace so that people, but for whatever reason, I put on my, I love Jesus socks for Sunday morning. So I get to the hospital and what do I have on? They take my shoes off. And I got my red and black. I love Jesus socks sticking out of my pant legs. 10 (1h 6m 55s): And so I'm thinking, this is why 14 (1h 6m 59s): I've got my, I love 10 (1h 6m 60s): Jesus socks on because somebody needs to know about Jesus. And so, so many people commented about my, I love Jesus socks. They're like, 14 (1h 7m 9s): Like we had a room full of 10 (1h 7m 10s): Doctors and they all come that day. Nice socks. 14 (1h 7m 12s): We liked your socks. 10 (1h 7m 18s): I got to share with them how much I love Jesus. This is what we're here to 14 (1h 7m 24s): Do. This is why I don't wear my, I love Jesus 10 (1h 7m 26s): Oxen church because I don't. I know, you know, I love Jesus. And with people at the coffee shop to know the people at Marion, ER, to know, I love Jesus. He's my king. He's my savior. He's my Redeemer. He's the one that has radically wrecked me and changed my life forever and ever. Amen. Verse 18 for you know that God paid a ransom to save you from the empty life you inherited from your ancestors. And it was not paid with mere gold or silver, which lose their value. It was the precious blood of Christ. 10 (1h 8m 7s): The sinless spotless lamb of God, did you catch it? It's not paid with mere gold and silver, which lose their value. He knows we're in like a little bit of a dip, a little bit of a recession, maybe a big recession coming. You're a gold and silver. They're going to lose their value. Anything that you're holding on to you in this life is losing value. By the moment don't make that stuff. Your God, you will be very sad that you did not do not make the stuff that you got. Your God made Jesus, your God. He never loses value. I've been 53 years of, you know, market swings and all kinds of things in my life. 10 (1h 8m 53s): And Jesus is the same yesterday, today. And for ever, he was the precious blood of Christ. The sinless spotless lamb of God. God chose him as your ransom. My ransom long before the world began began. But now in these last days, he has been revealed for your sake. God has a plan for your life. Do you believe that? Do you believe that If you sins tells us in chapter one verses four through eight, even before he made the world, God loved us and chose us in Christ to be holy and without fault in his eyes. 10 (1h 9m 41s): God decided in advance to adopt us into his own family. By bringing us to himself through Jesus Christ. This is what he wanted to do. And it gave him great pleasure. So Jesus didn't come reluctantly. He didn't give his life reluctantly. He said for the joy set before me, I will endure the cross for the joy set before me. I will endure the cross. This is what he wanted to do. And it gave him great pleasure. So we praise God for the glorious grace. He has poured out on us who belong to his dear son. He is so rich in kindness and grace that he purchased our freedom with the blood of his son and forgave our sins. 10 (1h 10m 21s): He has showered us, his kindness on us, along with all wisdom and under standing, wrapping up first, Peter, 1 21 through Christ. You have come to trust in God and you place your faith and hope in God because he raised Christ from the dead and gave him great glory. You were, you were cleansed from your sins when you obey the true. So now you must show sincere love to each other. As brothers and sisters love each other deeply with all your hearts. Part of loving people deeply is just giving them Jesus, given them the truth of the gospel. 10 (1h 11m 2s): Because without Jesus, they, they die and they suffer judgment. They go to hell. They go to hell the w it's not popular to talk about hell, but that's, it's not popular. The enemy doesn't want to talk about hell, but that's the result. We get a choice in Christ while we welcome his grace. So we've got to live. Like we belong to God. I think we're confused and perplexed. Sometimes we like to live like we're living. Like we belong to the world and the world system. We don't belong to the world, to the world system. We belong to God. And so we need to let the word of God and the spirit of God frame our lives and our decisions and point us in the right direction. 10 (1h 11m 49s): The world won't get you that. So you live like you belong to God. This is what we've read. So far. Show sincere love to each other. This is what it means to live. Like you belong to God. Show sincere, love to each other. As brothers and sisters love each other deeply with all your heart. You can't do this stuff in your own strength and your own strength that you want to slap your neighbor. Right? I am my own strength. I want to slap my neighbor. Sometimes I turn your music down, right? I guess I'm alone. 10 (1h 12m 31s): Live as God's obedient children. Don't slip back. This is what we've read so far. Don't slip back into your old ways of living to satisfy your own desires. You must be holy in everything you do just as God who chose you is holy. Why? Why live like this verse 23 for you've been born again, but not to a life that will quickly end your new life will last forever because it comes from the eternal living word of God is the scripture. Say people are like grass. They're beauty is like a flower in the field, the grass Withers and the flowers fade, but the word of the Lord remains forever. 10 (1h 13m 19s): And that word is the good news that was preached to you. So let the celebration begin. Seriously. We need to rejoice in the things that haven't rejoices over. We need to be ready to spring into action and live like people who belong to God with that, I would like to invite the worship team up and we're going to sing and we're going to celebrate and we're going to give God every part of us in Jesus name. So Lord, we thank you. As we stand up, go ahead and stand up. Holy holy holy is the Lord Donald mighty. 10 (1h 13m 58s): Holy holy, holy Lord. We love you. We bless you. We praise you. We thank you Lord for who you are and for what you're going to do. God, thank you for your word. Thank you. That it wrecks us in the best possible way. We love you. Let's worship now in Jesus name. Amen. Amen. 16 (1h 16m 52s): Thank you, father. That we can cry. Holy, holy holy. Thank you for your holiness. Thank you for your presence. You never leave us. You do not forsake us. So this morning we give you our worship. We give you our praise, have your way in our lives. Jesus name. Amen.

Innovation Forum Podcast
Weekly podcast: Britvic's sparkling net zero and packaging strategy

Innovation Forum Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 38:33


This week: Insight from soft drinks manufacturer Britvic's supply chain director Nigel Paine into the company's carbon reduction and net zero strategy, developing better supply chain relationships. He talks about how Britvic's brands are moving to lightweight recycled plastic bottles, and how to ensure that efficiencies in one area don't cause greater impacts elsewhere. And Robertsbridge's Chiara Vitali discusses some new research into plant-based meat alternatives and interventions that can effectively reduce consumption. Plus: supplier finance incentive scheme from Coca-Cola Europacific Partners and Rabobank, new EU ESG benchmark labelling scheme on the cards, the looming fertiliser supply crisis, and new water resource sustainability campaign for big companies and investors from Ceres, in the news digest. Host: Ian Welsh

Nostalgic Mystery Radio
Ep.257 Agatha Christie's: Sparkling Cyanide

Nostalgic Mystery Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 87:26 Very Popular


Agatha Christie's Sparkling Cyanide: Six people sit down to a sumptuous meal at a table laid for seven. In front of the empty place is a sprig of rosemary- "rosemary for remembrance." A strange sentiment considering no one is likely to forget the night, exactly a year ago, that Rosemary Barton died at exactly the same table, her beautiful face unrecognizable, convulsed with pain and horror.But then Rosemary had always been memorable—she had the ability to arouse strong passions in most people she met. In one case, strong enough to kill...The Enthusiasm ProjectDeep dives exploring the world of what it means to be an independent creator.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Preserve Halloween PodcastHosted by Gregory Hallows, founder of the Halloween Preservation Society, the Preserve...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

Everyday Wine with Kris Levy
Ep. 46: Building a Family Business while Crafting Rhone Varietals in Napa Valley with Chuck McKahn

Everyday Wine with Kris Levy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 43:01


Welcome back to another episode of The Everyday Wine Aficionado Podcast, today let me introduce you to Chuck McKahn, Owner and Winemaker at McKahn Family Cellars   Chuck is a small town kid from Ripon in California's Central Valley.  He caught the wine bug very early at the age of 15 (supervised by his parents of course!) and after high school made his way to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo's Wine and Viticulture program.  In 2011 Chuck moved to the Napa Valley to work for Phillip Titus at Chappellet and has since moved onto winemaker posts at William Harrison and various smaller wine brands.  Chuck's family and he started McKahn Family Cellars in 2014 where he was fortunate enough to craft Rhone varietal wines, a personal passion of Chuck's. Chuck and his wife Brittany live in Napa and their favorite hobby is drinking Champagne.   Let's dive into his wine story!   [00:01 – 10:11] Opening Segment Chuck shares his wine origin story Choosing Cal Poly because of its proximity to the beach, studying wine, and identifying his wine career path   [10:12 – 16:49] McKahn Family Cellar's Humble Beginnings Chuck's Biggest Takeaway from Chappellet Know what you're doing and know what you don't know in a vineyard Blending Must-Knows Talking about wine more deeply and sharing the knowledge through starting McKahn Family Cellars   [16:50 – 37:06] Building a Family Business while Crafting Rhone Varietals in Napa Valley Wine Evolutions at McKahn Family Cellars A Unique Charcuterie Aroma in Chuck's Rhône WineVarieties The biggest challenge is because they are Rhône WineVarieties! Chuck talks about their wines   [37:07 – 42:59] Closing Segment Learn everything you need to grow your wine, business, or brand with Wine Business Bootcamp where I help other wine producers master the fundamentals of digital marketing, nail their customer experience, and convert more wine tasters into their wine clubs and other offers. Just send me a dm or email at kris@krislevy.comwith the subject: Wine Business Bootcamp Favorite Wine Sparkling wine Favorite go-to pairing Desert wine and something salty Sparkling wine and oysters Wine Resource The Wine Bible The Story of Wine   Connect with Chuck Instagram: @mckahnfamilycellars, @chuck.mckahn.wine Website: mckahnfamilycellars.com     Let's continue the Everyday Wine Conversations and connect with me through Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, or feel free to shoot me an email at kris@krislevy.co. You can also check out my website at ​www.​klevywineco.com.   TELL US WHAT YOU THINK! LEAVE A REVIEW + help us get the word out there! Share this podcast to someone who wants to join the wine conversations. Go ahead and take a screenshot, share this to your stories, and tag me on Instagram!   JOIN THE CLUB through this link and handpick wines every month, from up and coming wineries, winemaker owned brands and wineries with unique stories while supporting those wineries directly. You can also join our Facebook Group to connect with other wine lovers, get special tips and tricks, and take your wine knowledge to a whole new level.   Tweetable Quotes:   “Knowing what you're doing and knowing what you don't know in a vineyard are so important.”  - Chuck McKahn   “It takes time to be successful in the wine industry.”  - Chuck McKahn    

Champaign Is Also A Band
Episode 90 - Larry Gates of Curb Service - ”Take It From Me”

Champaign Is Also A Band

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 43:15


Sven sits down with Larry Gates II (He/Him) to talk about his song "Take It From Me," what the CU music scene needs, and his favorite non-musical thing. SONG: Take It From Me ALBUM: Single BANDS: Worm/Starlight & Yuk. The Goody Patch, Satiiva, Lorenzo Goetz, The Jezebelly, Curb Service. DJ LEGTWO Favorite treat:  Sparkling water and a pear  

South Georgia Insider
Turner Center for the Arts is Sparkling Like Diamonds

South Georgia Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 28:30


In this week's podcast, Sementha Mathews, executive director for the Turner Center for the Arts, provides a broad-stroke description of the programs and events and a glimpse into the center's future growth. Presenter SeriesThe 2022-23 Presenter Series opens on November 15, 2022, at Mathis Auditorium with Neil Berg's “60 Years of Rock N Roll,” featuring a slight twist from the popular 50-year show. Mathews said the show honors Lowndes-Valdosta Arts Commission's diamond anniversary while giving the audience an extra decade of music to enjoy. “Legally Blonde: The Musical,” which features everyone's favorite lawyer, Elle Woods, is coming to the Valdosta stage on January 10, 2023, at Mathis Auditorium.  The season wraps up with “Purple xPeRIeNCE,” a tribute to Prince, on March 7, 2023, at the Performing Arts Center (PAC), 3101 Barack Obama Blvd., Valdosta.All shows start at 7:30 p.m., and tickets are available at a discounted price through early September. In addition, each performance has an optional pre-show dinner; advanced reservations are required. Music in the Art Park:If you're ready for a bit of rock-n-roll, country, or some blues, bring your lawn chair or blankets and sit under the canopy of trees at the Turner Center Art Park. Musical guests provide free entertainment from 7- 9 p.m., the second Friday of each month from March through November.  South Georgia EntertainersFor local musicians wanting to network and be a part of a supportive community of like-minded performers, the Turner Center is hosting the newly formed South Georgia Entertainers. Open for musicians of all genres on the second Tuesday of each month, from 6-8 p.m. Richard Hill Glass Studio One of the TCA's newest program offerings includes glass-blowing, stained glass, fused glass, and torch. Mathews said the glass art studio not only meets the needs and interests of people in the community, but visitors can experience this unique art form. The Meta Shaw Coleman Children's Art Museum Featuring 10,000 square feet of creative space, the children's museum will include interactive areas highlighting local history and venues.“When you walk in, you're not just learning about what you can become through all these different interactions, but you're also learning about where you live,” she said. “Everything in the building relates to something we have right here.”ARToberfestThe 5th annual ARToberfest is Saturday, Oct. 22, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., in the Turner Center Art Park. The free event celebrates the talent of local and regional artists and will include live performances, food trucks, and plenty of activities to celebrate artists.  For more information, call the TCA at 229. 247.2787, or online at turnercenter.org.Subscribe to South Georgia Insider (monthly e-newsletter) and follow South Georgia Business on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram.

A Bookish Home
Ep. 111: Jamie Brenner on Gilt, Seasonal Writing Rhythms, and Sparkling Summer Settings

A Bookish Home

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 26:18


Jamie Brenner is on the podcast this week to discuss Gilt, a luxurious and richly compelling novel about a famous family jewelry dynasty and the hidden past that could topple it all. 

Bloodshed and Brews
Israel Keyes pt. 2 | Sparkling IPA, Dino S'more

Bloodshed and Brews

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 76:15


Today we will wrap up the discussion on Israel Keyes, one of the most calculated and vile serial killers in US history. In part two we learn more about Keyes' childhood, earlier crimes, and his methods through FBI interviews. Tune in to finish the investigation and the resolution that brought no justice. But first, grab a beer and have a drink with us! Cheers!Here's what we're drinking:https://www.pfriembeer.com/beer/sparkling-ipa#tasting-noteshttp://www.offcolorbrewing.com/dinosmores

HistoryPod
4th August 1693: French Benedictine monk Dom Pérignon allegedly invents champagne

HistoryPod

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022


Sparkling wine was a problem for Dom Pérignon and his contemporaries because the build-up of carbon dioxide from a secondary fermentation inside the bottle could cause it to explode without ...

Get Enlifted
Enlifted Coaches Roundtable: Top Quality Drinking Water with The Water Shaman, Samson Little Wolf Luce

Get Enlifted

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 102:43


We're talking all things h2o with The Water Shaman, Samson Little Wolf Luce today. Tune in to learn why drinking top quality water is important, ways to supercharge your drinking water, clearing your energy in rivers, lakes, oceans and flowing bodies of water, and unsurprisingly, we end up down a rabbit hole chatting about psychedelics & plant medicine.We dive into:What is a Water Shaman?Is tap water a problem?Sparkling water vs. Regular waterHow sweat lodges can be life-changing experienceVictim mentality and its patternsHow the stories you tell yourself keep your body stuckDifferent water signsImportance of breathingPlant medicine combinationGet more from Samson, aka The Water Shaman:@spacemansamsonBuy Tensor rings to supercharge you & your waterGet more from Enlifted Coaches:http://enlifted.me / @enliftedcoaches Enlifted Level 1 Certification - Fall Enrollment NOW OPEN: Book a Discovery Call FALL CLASSES:Group 27: Starts on August 1, Monday's at 3-4:30pm EST for 9 weeksGroup 28: Starts on August 9, Tuesday's at 12-1:30pm EST for 9 weeksGroup 29: Starts on August 17, Wednesday's at 6-7:30pm EST for 9 weeks (2 spots)FREE Coaches Workshop replay with Mark EnglandTICKETS for GET ENLIFTED @ Onnit on September 18th, 2022Get more from your hosts:Kimberly: @kimberly.kesting Chase: @coach_chase_tolleson // www.chasetolleson.com Dave: @daverobinson.coach // www.chopclubformen.com

Bloodshed and Brews
Israel Keyes pt. 1 | Sparkling IPA, Dino S'more

Bloodshed and Brews

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 62:53


Today we dive into one of the most calculated and vile criminals in US history. Israel Keyes was a serial killer, bank robber, burglar, arsonist, kidnapper, rapist, and necrophile (just to name a few). This will be a two-part episode where we follow the timeline of the Israel Keyes investigation. Part one begins with the end. We meet Keyes' last victim and discuss his arrest, a very frustrating FBI investigation, and a twisted upbringing that created a monster. You will definitely need a beer for this one, so please have a drink with us! Cheers! Here's what we're drinking:https://www.pfriembeer.com/beer/sparkling-ipa#tasting-noteshttp://www.offcolorbrewing.com/dinosmores

Unlocked: Daily Devotions for Teens
Our Uniquely Created World

Unlocked: Daily Devotions for Teens

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 2:56


Sunshine and blue skies Fresh air and cool breezes Sparkling smiles and rosy cheeks Flowing hair and tight-knit curls Who would think of all of this? Green grass and blue lakes Snowflakes and hailstorms Human interaction and good talks Giggling babies and wild toddlers Who would think of all of this? Seashells and sandy beaches Raindrops and rainbows Soft fur beneath my hand Great big dogs and tiny bunnies Who would think of all of this? You thought of us as you created earth You did things your way You made great things You created the earth in a unique and wonderful way Who would think of all of this? • Emily Acker • Are you ever amazed at all God has created? What is one of your favorite things God has made? • Did you know everything has been made through Jesus, who is the Word and the Son of God? (John 1:1-5; Colossians 1:15-20) How might this affect the way we view Jesus? For by him [Jesus] all things were created in the heavens and on the earth, visible things and invisible things, whether thrones or dominions or principalities or powers. All things have been created through him and for him. Colossians 1:16 (WEB)

CiRCE Institute Podcast Network
Proverbial #102: My Sparkling Personality

CiRCE Institute Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 20:19


Do you know what you bring to the table? You've got to. Joshua Gibbs explains. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Proverbial
My Sparkling Personality

Proverbial

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 20:19


Do you know what you bring to the table? You've got to. Joshua Gibbs explains. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Tennis Podcast
Wimbledon Day 1 - Raducanu's sparkling Centre Court debut; David's predictions nightmare

The Tennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 61:09 Very Popular


Day one at Wimbledon began slowly with rain suspending play for a few hours, but soon came to life with Emma Raducanu and Andy Murray on Centre, a couple of epic five setters with big implications for the men's draw, and David's finalist prediction coming crashing down. Catherine, David and Matt got together at Tennis Podcast Towers to talk it all through: - Jabeur puts Roland Garros behind her- Haddad Maia defeated, David despairs- Raducanu embraces Centre Court debut- Djokovic wins but doesn't look quite right- Murray's underarm serve - Alcaraz wins five set thriller - Hurkacz loses bizarre match to Davidovich Fokina- Lowest first day attendance since 2007BECOME A FRIEND OF THE TENNIS PODCAST Friends of The Tennis Podcast help us to produce the show year-round, and receive exclusive access to bonus podcasts throughout the year, including Tennis Re-Lived, listener questions, and Grand Slam review shows. Last week, two new episodes of Wimbledon Re-Lived were released. Become a Friend - https://bit.ly/FriendOfTheTennisPodcastSign up to our newsletter - https://bit.ly/TennisPodcastNewsletterFollow us on:Instagram - www.instagram/thetennispodcastTwitter - www.twitter.com/tennispodcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.