Sara Papantonio serves as an Associate attorney at Levin Papantonio Rafferty specializing in Mass Tort litigation, specifically relating to Camp Lejeune water contamination. Sara graduated from Stetson University College of Law in 2020 and served as a member of the Stetson Trial team, ranked #1 nationally. Sara earned the title of Regional Champion and National Finalist at the 2020 National Trial Competition. Sara also acted as Senior Associate for Stenson's Law Review. Upon her graduation, Sara received a faculty nomination for induction to the Order of Barristers, a national organization which recognizes individuals who have excelled in advocacy and service at their law schools. Papantonio also received Stetson's Richard Harris Ferrell Competition award for “the student advocate who has best demonstrated excellence through his or her performance in intercollegiate competitions.” Sara remains active within the law community as a lecturer and panelist on the Camp Lejeune water contamination litigation. Most recently Sara participated as a faculty voice at the American Association for Justice's Camp Lejeune Water Litigation Virtual Seminar and the HarrisMartin webinar series. Sara Papantonio social LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/sara-papantonio-57245a9b/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/sara.papantonio Levin Papantonio Rafferty Law Firm LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/levin-papantonio-thomas-mitchell-rafferty-&-proctor-p-a-/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/levinpapantonioraffertylaw/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/LevinPapantonio Twitter - https://twitter.com/LevinPapantonio/ Remember to subscribe and follow us on social media… LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/mass-tort-news Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/masstortnewsorg Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/masstortnews.org
In this week's text, Jesus tells tax collectors and sinners one of His most well-known parables: the Parable of the Lost Sheep. Sarah Stenson teaches us that all parables are about election. What's a better demonstration of this than God seeking a lost sinner, putting us on His shoulder, and rejoicing at the lost sheep receiving grace. We also break down verse seven that says, "7 Just so, I tell you, there will be more joy in heaven over one sinner who repents than over ninety-nine righteous persons who need no repentance," and ask the question, "Who needs no repentance?"Kiri, Adam and Mason ask:Are the lost sheep the people who haven't heard Christ's promise? Who needs no repentance? Are you supposed to find yourself in the parable?Interested in sponsoring an episode of Scripture First? Email Sarah: firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show
This week we have the pleasure of chatting with Aussie distance superstar and Commonwealth Games Marathon Gold medalist Jessica Stenson. Serious fan boy moment for Haddy and Wolf! We discuss the highlights of Jess's career (2 * Olympics, 3 * Comm Games) and what it takes to maintain such an incredible standard of marathon running. We dive into the specifics of her victory in Birmingham and get some great tips for the average punter. Jess describes her role as ambassador for the Blackmores Running Festival and it's bid for World Marathon Major status. She also guarantees that a shift in underwear could be the answer to Haddy's Sub 3hr marathon dreams! (Go to rundies.com.au and use the code RMP15 to get 15% off Jess's great range of gear). Enjoy! Please subscribe or follow Running Matters to be notified when each episode is released. Feel free to use the online discount codes below: GU Energy Australia (15%): RUNNINGMATTERS Fractel Performance Running Caps (15%): runningmatters T8 Running kit (10%): RUNNINGMATTERS20 Runnulla (10%): Mention Running Matters in store. Raidlight (20%): runningmatters20 Raffertys Coastal Run entry discount: RMPOD21 Cronulla Beer Co (10%): CBC10 Koda Nutrition (15%): RUNMAT15 #runnulla #raidlight #fractel #gymeaalliedhealth #basecampaltitude #guenergy #cronullabeerco #runningmatterscoaching #kodanutrition
Opener Footy Chat Rory Blewett's Tooth Pulled Out! $1K Minute Billy Brownless Is Blewey stalking Jess Stenson?! Farmer Tim When did the animal disrupt the game? Bern's FactsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Have you ever wondered what actuaries really do? And where they retire? Either way, you will want to join me today with, not one, but TWO interesting guests! John Stenson & Barbara Gniewek are a newlywed couple, recently located to the lake and both spent their careers in the health insurance industry. We will learn a lot about the industry, the big changes in the last few years and the challenges of keeping it going, particularly in terms of Medicare sustainability. We talk about the increase in longevity and what keeps health care administrators up at night, trying to figure out how to keep it going.And, of course, since John is an actuary by profession, we'll talk about the role of an actuary, what they really do and who they do it for! And how they can be so accurate? We even talk about why it's a good sign that several actuaries choose to live here at Lake Oconee!Finally, the story of what "lured" this couple to the lake is a sweet journey, you don't want to miss it! These stories are what makes our "Lure of the Lake" podcast so much fun! If you're interested in the content in this episode and want to connect with them: John Stenson - https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-stenson-0255813/ Barbara Gniewek - https://www.linkedin.com/in/barbara-gniewek-1137258/
In this episode, Peter & Derell recap the Rocket Mortgage Classic where Tony Finau (aka Mr. 3000) went back-to-back wins. The duo also discusses the incredible performance by young Joohyung “Tom” Kim at Wyndham Championship (the last regular season event). In addition, they preview the start of the FedEx Cup Playoffs at the FedEx St. Jude Classic. Lastly, they review LIV Golf's 3rd event at Trump Bedminster where Stenson gets his revenge, and the 4 Aces continue their dominance. Music: "Warm Nights" by Lakey Inspired YouTube: https://youtu.be/0s-lcskWBhc
Jesus is called the Lamb of God, Mighty Counselor, and the Prince of Peace. How then do we understand the opening verse to this week's text where Jesus doesn't sound very peace giving in saying, "I came to bring fire to the earth, and how I wish it were already kindled!"In this week's conversation, Sarah Stenson teaches us what it means that Jesus came to bring judgement to the earth, and how this image of Jesus is different than the lamb-carrying, Sunday school picture we typically think of. Jesus came to bring judgement. He did. It happened. The resulting judgement is guilty. You are a sinner. We have all gone astray and are in need of forgiveness. Luckily for us, we have a Savior who came to forgive. Kiri and Mason ask:How is Jesus bringing fire to the earth?What does it mean for Jesus to be stressed?How do we read that Jesus is peace-giving with this text? Interested in sponsoring an episode of Scripture First? Email Sarah: email@example.comSupport the show
La tecnología nos jugó chueco y perdimos el capítulo del domingo, sin duda el mejor que habiamos grabado en la historia de este podcast. Pero nos tratamos de redimir y les traemos este programa que creemos que está casi igual de bueno.
Why is a Saudi-backed golf league throwing around impossible amounts of cash to some of the world's best golfers? It sure seems to be a bid to "sports-wash" their awful reputation on human rights. And Donald Trump is more than happy to help. Follow Kerouac at https://letterboxd.com/kafkajones/activity/ Donate to abortion funds at https://abortionfunds.org/
Baseball-MLB: Detmers immaculate inning. Debuts.Basketball: OG GOAT Russell dies. Steph needs to stick to bball.Football: Football is coming. Watson suspended for 6 games. Cowboys most valued sports franchise.Golf: Finau wins again. Stenson wins LIV. Bubba to the LIV. Barkley is not.Olympic Sports: Commonwealth Games. Women's TdF.Soccer: ENG > GER for Women's Euro Championship
LIV Golf New Jersey was an amazing event. 54 Live Podcast was on the grounds when Henrik Stenson won his first event in 5 years. He put on a great display of golf and mental fortitude after having to deal with all the backlash from the media for signing with LIV and losing the European Ryder Cup captaincy. Great job Iceman! Digsies got a first hand look at Bedminster, President Trump, a moment he'll never forget, LIV Golf, Greg Norman, Bryson, Reed, DJ, and Stenson. We cover it all in Episode 3!
In this Golf Central Podcast presented by Callaway Golf, Rex Hoggard and Ryan Lavner discuss the state of the European Ryder Cup team, break down the new PGA Tour schedule and put Tony Finau's consecutive wins into context.
Matt Adams recaps Tony Finau goes back to back and opens the flood gates, Henrik Stenson wins LIV after defecting and much more following a wild weekend in golf. Hear from Tony Finau, Henrik Stenson, Bubba Watson. Ayaka Furue and all the weekend's champions.
On the heels of being stripped of the Ryder Cup captaincy, Henrik Stenson wins the LIV Bedminster Invitational by two strokes over a resurgent Matt Wolff and Dustin Johnson. The LIV Laff Golf crew dissects Henrik's win, and debates whether the 4 Aces juggernaut can be stopped. desertduffer compares the Torque GC with the mid-80s St. Louis Cardinals baseball team. Is Julie Crenshaw the current day Joaquin Andujar?The gang also speculates about the potential LIV future of back-to-back PGA Tour winner Tony Finau, OTP Lefty waxes poetic about Muirfield, and we learn how Captain Lou Albano relates to the Ryder Cup.
Overnight News Loz the boundary rider Footy Hotline - Shazza Dittmar Wedding crashers Jess Stenson - GOLD medallist Kyle Chalmers rave What We Learnt Rumour Mill Passport to Goodtimes Contest Mum and Dad Jokes Sport See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Footy Review Bernie's Carpark Drama! $1K Minute Aliir Aliir Should Port be able to wear the Prison Bars? Bernie's Night Hosting the Adelaide Crows Premiership Reunion Jess Stenson Bern's FactsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Deb Trengrove the mother of Jess Stenson, the latest South Aussie Gold medalist tells us how she celebrated her daughters win! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A motivated Stenson wins in Bedminster. Are the Four Aces a super-team? Finau's putter stays hot for back-to-back wins. Trump Bedminster vs Detroit GC. Ian Davis claims the State Am. Davis Love III said what?!?!?! MUCH MORE!!!
This morning on the show, Bec, Cosi & Lehmo were joined by Commonwealth Games gold medalist and South Aussie, Jess Stenson, who took out the women's marathon!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
After securing a gold medal for Australia in the women's marathon, Jess Stenson joined Garry and Bucks to talk about her run in Birmingham, her preparation for the race, the influence of her family and team members, and more.
First, the Great Predictor Steve Johnson and Minnesota Tim look at players near the top-125 list in the FedExCup race and then they react to Henrik Stenson's latest comments defending his decision to join LIV Golf. Later, Steve shares why Charles Barkley and LIV Golf made a good decision by passing and then Minnesota Tim finds out just how valuable the players at LIV Golf are.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We are back with season 2!! Be ready for an hour of laughing, moaning and real talk! Opinions are honest and we will get you laughing! This week we discuss all the news surrounding the new announcements from LIV as Henrik Stenson joins the new tour. But what does this mean for the Ryder Cup?! We also discuss the news from the PGA Tour as Finau claims his 3rd Victory! Website: www.scottsdalegolf.co.uk Instagram: @scottsdalegolf Twitter: @scottsdalegolf
This Wednesday episode begins with LIV's return to the schedule for the week. Andy and Brendan laugh at Laurie Canter getting passed around, the decrepit Niblicks squad, and the moderate interest in the actual golf. They lament the lack of access to any of these players, who will be off for more than a month between LIV events. There is more Stenson scorn, some warning about contracts as they relate to the “relegation” concept or lack thereof, and the PGA Tour's potential parroting of that contract model. The added events for next year that might commit players to an international series in far flung corners of the globe is discussed. Davis Love III making it into a featured group for the Rocket Mortgage Classic is shouted about, in between praise for the event's mission and character. The Euro Tour returns to fake St. Andrews, and the helicopter parents head to Bandon for the Junior Am. They close with yet another shadow FedExCup eligibility list that deals with the suspended LIV players.
First, Hank explains what the key motivation is behind most decisions made in professional sports and then he shares why it was an obvious decision for Stenson to join LIV, despite losing the Ryder Cup captaincy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bri makes his CFB picks for ACC Coastal (FSU upsets Clemson but Clemson still wins the Atlantic); Good news and bad news coming out of Texas A&M; Harden gives up $14MM to build a deeper 76ers team and Stenson (sacrifices Ryder Cup captaincy), Kokrak and Howell all leave for LIV golf tour.
The golf world is exploding with popularity, disruption and drama on the course. The LPGA and PGA Tour couldn't be more a part of mainstream sports and yet much of the news is still taking place off the course. We need some help putting this all into perspective. Chris Powers is a staff writer, assistant editor, podcast host and content creator for Golf Digest. In this episode we dig into his insider network to discuss: LIV golf's present and future 2022 major championships The Open Championship Prominence of golf betting His career path and determination to succeed in this industry It's an educational and entertaining conversation with one of GD's bright young storytellers. Join Chris and Keith as they try to peal back all the layers of this onion. The Weekly Update: The volume of the Claret Jug, incorrect scorecards, Stenson supplanted, Trey versus the TSA... ProShow Playlist Ep. #219: I Need to Know (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers), What is Life (George Harrison), Breakdown (Jack Johnson)
Craig and Will, the two lone wolves, are back again to recap the Open Championship and MUCH more. -Cam Smith's phenomenal tournament -Did Rory choke on Sunday? -Feherty, Howell, Kokrak, and Stenson to LIV -Is LIV succeeding or failing? -One Club Short events begin in just over two weeks Get signed up at OneClubShort.com and remember to keep up with us on Twitter, Instagram, and wherever you get your podcasts.
College football realignment continues to dominate the headlines. Notre Dame has now entered the fray and has put a price on a buyout deal of their media contract. Mark Zinno talked about how the number is so big, that the Fighting Irish may just price everyone out. Secondly, the Atlanta Braves' schedule coming out in the second half seems fairly easy. Mark Zinno talked about the Braves potentially stumbling in those games. Also, Zinno discussed whether or not Alex Anthopoulos would be willing to make a move if that were to happen. Lastly, the PGA Tour has made it very clear how they feel about their players moving over to LIV golf. Henrik Stenson of Sweden is the latest golfer to join LIV golf and get suspended. Stenson has been removed as Europe's Ryder Cup captain. Mark Zinno talked about how frustrated he is with the people that are deciding to suspend these players. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ryder Cup Europe has parted ways with Henrik Stenson as captain for Ryder Cup 2023 in Rome. Shane Ryan and Todd Lewis call into the show to react to the news with Damon and George. USGA CEO Mike Whan joins us to discuss the inaugural U.S. Adaptive Open and what the new national championship means for golfers with physical, visual, and intellectual impairments. On the PGA TOUR, 4-time winner Billy Andrade is the 2022 recipient of the Payne Stewart Award for character, charity and sportsmanship. Andrade discusses his personal relationship with Stewart and what winning the award in his namesake means to him. The LPGA is in France for the Evian Championship, so this year's Chevron Championship winner Jennifer Kupcho gives us the inside scoop on her preparations for the penultimate major of the season. Shane Ryan: 10:00 Mike Whan: 18:30 Billy Andrade: 26:13 Todd Lewis: 40:15 Jennifer Kupcho: 53:30
Are you a Martha or are you a Mary?In this week's lectionary text, Mary is sitting at Jesus' feet listening to His Word. Martha is doing the opposite: she's frantically busy with all of her other tasks. Sarah Stenson and Dr. Chris Croghan explain how the depiction of Mary and Martha show us how the law and the gospel function on your conscience and what you should look for in your church's mission statement. Questions Adam, Kiri and Mason ask:Does Jesus have the authority to make Mary help Martha?How is hospitality in the law?Where is the Gospel?Interested in sponsoring an episode of Scripture First? Email Sarah: firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show
You may have heard of this week's famous parable: the parable of the Good Samaritan. A lawyer, in the most lawyerly way, asks Jesus the million dollar question: "What must I do to inherit eternal life?"It's the question we all want to know the answer to too. And as you'll hear in the lawyer's response, we hear what the law says we must do to inherit eternal life, and, as you'll hear in Jesus' response, we hear how the gospel promise of mercy delivers eternal life. Questions Adam, Kiri and Mason ask:If God is love, how is love not the gospel? If all of our options are sinful, should we just do nothing? Is the Good Samaritan a good example to live by?Interested in sponsoring an episode of Scripture First? Email Sarah: email@example.comSupport the show
241: Launceston Running Festival | Jess Stenson This Episode is proudly brought to you by lululemon. lululemon are a brand known for yoga, but as we now know, their run gear is technical, highly functional and built to last run after run through the seasons. Check the collection out on lululemon.com.au Brad changes plans in response to his body and runs a solid workout in the Launceston Half Marathon. Brady has deja vu with his watch as he sets a 10k PB at Launceston as he recaps his race. Julian recovers from the previous week and gets some runs out with Surf Coast Track Club. There were fast times at the Launceston Running Festival, with Brett Robinson taking the win in the half marathon in 1:01:56 despite some less than ideal weather conditions at the start, ahead of Liam Adams and Joel Tobin-White. Sinead Diver won the half marathon in 1:11:14, clear of Abigail Nordberg and Vanessa Wilson Jess Stenson took out the 10km setting a Course Record of 31:49, and joined the show to chat about the race, her current training and plans moving ahead. Leanne Pompeani and Eloise Wellings rounded out the podium. Launceston local James Hansen won the men's 10k race in 28:49 over Kieren Perkins and Riley Cocks. Launceston Running Festival Results Catriona Bisset posted a 1:59.73 for a season's best in a deep field at the Roma Diamond League 800m. Jack Rayner paced the 5000m, taking the field through 3000m in 7:42. Rome Diamond League Results Ed Trippas set a qualifier and new personal best of 8:20.29 in the Men's Steeplechase at the NCAA Track & Field Finals in Oregon. NCAA Men's Steeplechase Final Results Portland Track Festival featured Amy Cashin taking out the Women's 3000m Steeplechase in 9:27.91, while Pat Tiernan also took out a win in the Men's 5000m in 13:19.14. Charlie Hunter of Union Athletic Club ran 1:45.58 in the 800m. https://www.instagram.com/p/CewvNYAPbin/ Portland Track Festival Results Joseph Deng returns to form starting with a 3rd place at the 800m in 1:46.77 at Trond Mohn Games, Norway then posts his 4th fastest time ever with a 1:44.69 at the Meeting National de l'Est Lyonnais in France, while teammate Peter Bol posts a huge 7 second PB of 3:35.89 to win the 1500m. https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/deng-is-back-as-bol-wins-1500m/?fbclid=IwAR20lUUJtiEAooUBSE7RF2Q_w5n5-HafO04J1m-iTEgCLf3F2LfBuehzDHc This week's listener question also doubles as this week's edition of Training Talk presented by Lululemon, this time discussing which surfaces are ideal for training, in particular for road marathons. As Gold Coast Marathon looms near, Moose goes Loose on would-be chasers of Strava kudos wanting to flaunt their form. Patreon Link: https://www.patreon.com/insiderunningpodcast Opening and Closing Music is Undercover of my Skin by Benny Walker. www.bennywalkermusic.com Join the conversation at: https://www.facebook.com/insiderunningpodcast/ To donate and show your support for the show: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=9K9WQCZNA2KAN
In this week's lectionary text, we have what could be a horror movie scene: Jesus finds a demon-possessed man, naked and living in tombs. The townspeople can't protect themselves. They bind him with chains, but the demon easily breaks free and drives the man into the wild. The demons recognize Jesus' divinity and beg him not to send them to the abyss, and Jesus grants their plea and allows them to possess a herd of nearby pigs. As you can imagine, the townspeople can't believe what they're hearing and are terrified for their lives. Something more powerful than those demons is now in their presence. And just like the demons, they beg Jesus to leave them alone. You'll want to hear what Lars Olson and Sarah Stenson have to say about the power of Jesus' word over sin, death and demons.Questions Adam, Kiri and Mason ask:Why did Jesus give permission to the demons to kill the pigs?Why were the townspeople so afraid of Jesus?What power do demons actually have?Interested in sponsoring an episode of Scripture First? Email Sarah: firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show
You can watch this episode of the podcast on YOUTUBE here: The ClockWork Junkie Podcast - YouTube Welcome to #171 of The Clockwork Junkie Podcast. Today I talk to Physiotherapist Derek Stenson of Midlands Physio & Back Pain Clinic about muscular pain, body tension, stress on the body, sports injuries and some day to day preventive actions to help us stay health. Find Derek here on Facebook: (1) Midlands Physio & Back Pain Clinic | Facebook You can really help the podcast by making a ONE TIME PayPal donation: https://www.paypal.me/clockworkjunkie All other Podcast links here: https://linktr.ee/clockworkjunkiepodcast Thank you for your loyalty and support. Mark McCormack Creator/Producer/Host The ClockWork Junkie Podcast
Sarah Stenson is back on Scripture First and makes a point in this week's conversation that people say that Lutherans don't talk about the Holy Spirit. Well, today's conversation should change that perception as we dive into what the Holy Spirit's role is, what the Holy Spirit's role isn't, and how the Holy Spirit relates to both God the Father and Jesus. And, spoiler alert, the Holy Spirit's role is not to guide you in your decision making—who to vote for, what job to take or who to marry. The Holy Spirit's one job is to make sure Jesus' promise of the forgiveness of our sins stays in our ears. Questions Adam, Kiri and Mason ask:What are the things the disciples cannot bear?What is the truth the Spirit is guiding us into?Why do people think Lutherans don't talk about the Holy Spirit?Interested in sponsoring an episode of Scripture First? Email Sarah: email@example.comSupport the show
"I give you a new commandment, that you love one another. Just as I have loved you, you also should love one another."That's the commandment Jesus gives his disciples in this week's text and the same commandment that is commonly mistaken for the gospel. As you'll hear Sarah Stenson and Dr. Chris Croghan explain, loving one another is not the gospel and the gospel is not loving one another. In fact, we explore the depths of what Jesus meant by "Just as I have loved you," in this week's conversation. Questions Adam, Kiri and Mason ask:How is God glorified in Christ?Can Jesus give us commands that we cannot do?How is love not the gospel?Interested in sponsoring an episode of Scripture First? Email Sarah: firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show
After hearing several parables, we can empathize with the Jews' request of Jesus in this week's passage, "If you are the Messiah, tell us plainly."Jesus answers, "I have told you, and you do not believe." In this week's conversation, Sarah Stenson explains a concept we talk about a lot as Lutherans: how faith comes through hearing. Then we discuss some of Adam's favorite of God's promises in all of scripture: My sheep hear my voice. I give them eternal life, and they will never perish. No one will snatch them out of my hand.Questions Adam, Kiri and Mason ask:How does faith come through hearing?Am I Jesus' sheep? Why can't I control what I hear? Don't I chose to go to church? Don't I pick the podcast episode? Interested in sponsoring an episode of Scripture First? Email Sarah: email@example.comSupport the show (https://www.lutherhouseofstudy.org/donate)
In the morning, Jesus' empty tomb was discovered. By the evening, the disciples locked themselves in a room because they were terrified they were next. The next thing they know, Jesus was standing among them and immediately gives them peace. The disciples rejoice that Jesus is alive, but Jesus gets down to business—he gives them the Holy Spirit and the Great Commission to repent and forgive sins in his name. In this week's conversation, Lars Olson and Sarah Stenson teach Adam, Kiri and I what the Great Commission means for us today, what the Office of the Keys is, and why calling Thomas "Doubting Thomas" is incorrect because doubt is not a virtue. Questions Adam, Kiri and Mason ask:What does the Great Commission mean for us today?What is the Office of the Keys?Why shouldn't we call Thomas "Doubting Thomas?"Interested in sponsoring an episode of Scripture First? Email Sarah: firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show (https://www.lutherhouseofstudy.org/donate)
It's Palm Sunday.We're discussing Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem. You know the story: Jesus is arriving at Jerusalem—where he knows he will die, he tells his disciples to get him an untamed colt, and his followers welcome him as a king by throwing their cloaks on the road and shouting Hosanna. Sarah Stenson says this text is often glossed over because, rightfully so, we focus on Jesus' looming crucifixion. She makes the case for why we should preach a strong sermon with this overlooked passage because it's filled with incredible details. Questions Adam, Kiri and Mason ask:Do you preach this text or the full passion text on Palm Sunday? Why did they throw their cloaks on the road? What's the significance of the colt? Interested in sponsoring an episode of Scripture First? Email Sarah: email@example.comSupport the show (https://www.lutherhouseofstudy.org/donate)