What we're throwing down on the Table this week is a great discussion and interview with Kelly Hinkle from BroadStreetHockey.com and the BSH Radio podcast for some early Flyers season talk. There's a lot of hope for loyal Flyers fans about where this team can go this season. We got into it this week with Kelly!But first, MLB's collective bargaining agreement is slated to expire December 1st. We talked about the implications of a lockout and what this could mean for the Phillies. (approx. 9:55)We then turned our attention to the Philadelphia Eagles, Lane Johnson's return, Nick Sirianni's coaching ability, Carson Wentz's season that will hopefully yield more assets in the future, and our scoring predictions for this week's Eagles vs. Raiders game. (approx. 16:55)We certainly needed to get into the drama and news surrounding this Sixers team as well since Ben Simmons has now been suspended for a game, and how this early season may look. (approx. 31:25)What we threw down on the Table was a fantastic discussion with Kelly Hinkle from Broad Street Hockey about this early Flyers season and the hope of a different kind of defensive structure along with players who are hungry to get back to the playoffs. Concerns and excitement with this team were discussed at length! All of this and much more during our discussion with Kelly! (approx. 42:40)Head over to our website for all of our podcasts and more: philadelphiasportstable.com.Follow the guys on Twitter:Jeff Warren: @Jeffrey_WarrenLen Hunsicker: @LenHunsickerErik Leonard: @BrickPolittFollow the show on Instagram: instagram.com/philadelphiasportstable"Like" our Facebook Page: facebook.com/PhiladelphiaSportsTable
Today's episode was really fun! Naomi Nachman is amazing and has such a fascinating life. I loved speaking with her and hearing her enthusiasm and positive energy. This episode was so much fun but it was also very inspiring for me. So many times we are held back by our lack of experience or the stories we make up in our heads. Naomi had a vision and she just went for it and she is so successful today. Here's a bit more about Naomi: Naomi first started her own kosher personal chef business, The Aussie Gourmet, in 2004 to cater weekly and Shabbat/Yom Tov meals for families and individuals within The Five Towns and neighboring communities. Naomi Nachman has her own cooking show, Sunny Side Up, on the Kosher.com network and also hosts her own weekly show, “Table for Two with Naomi Nachman” on The Nachum Segal Network – in which discusses all food-related topics. In addition, Naomi writes a monthly column for the Mishpacha Magazine covering food and travel, and is also a contributing editor to The Jewish Home newspaper for the last 10 years, distributed in many states across the country writing weekly recipes. Naomi has also been a guest host on the QVC TV network and has made a variety of guest appearances on CBS TV (in both NY and Washington), NBC Morning News, Fox 5 New York, and the Hallmark Channel and has been quoted by the Forbes Magazine, Wall Street Journal on Jewish food trends. Naomi has become known as a Kosher food media influencer and has represented many brands on social media, including Kosher.com, Gefen, Tropicana, Breakstone's, Ore-ida, Gourmet Glatt and Maxwell House. In 2017, Naomi published her debut cookbook, Perfect For Pesach with Artscroll Publications; and in November, 2018 Naomi published her second cookbook, Perfect Flavors (also with Artscroll Publications). Naomi has sold more than 28,000 copies of her books. Naomi is often sought after to do cooking demonstrations, book signings and to produce Kosher Chopped-style cooking competitions across the world, where she shares her immense enthusiasm and passion for food. In 2018, Naomi was invited to attend the New Jewish Media summit where she met with President Reuven Rivlin and Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu. In the last several years, Naomi has traveled extensively with her family as well as working on tours such as Birthright, Pesach programs and summer travel. When Naomi is not traveling she can be found with her husband and family in Long Island, New York. Thank you for being here! If you are ready to make peace with food and ditch dieting, head over to my website and sign up for a free clarity call! www.gilaglassberg.com Don't forget to give this podcast a 5 star review if you liked what you heard and share it with those who can learn and benefit from it! Follow me on Instagram @gila.glassberg.intuitiveRD! Have a great day! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Debbie Matenopoulos and Joy Behar were both original co-hosts and helped launch “The View” with Barbara Walters, Meredith Vieira, and Star Jones in 1997. This week on “Behind the Table,” Debbie shares about getting the job at 22 years old and they look back on how it all started when they auditioned together for the show. Debbie also discusses what it was like when “Saturday Night Live” started doing parodies of her and she tells Joy how she really felt when she was let go after one season. Listen to "The View" weekdays on your favorite podcast app! Just search for "The View" on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you like to listen. For more: https://abcaudio.com/podcasts/the-view
Debbie Matenopoulos and Joy Behar were both original co-hosts and helped launch “The View” with Barbara Walters, Meredith Vieira, and Star Jones in 1997. This week on “Behind the Table,” Debbie shares about getting the job at 22 years old and they look back on how it all started when they auditioned together for the show. Debbie also discusses what it was like when “Saturday Night Live” started doing parodies of her and she tells Joy how she really felt when she was let go after one season. New episodes of "The View: Behind the Table" will publish here on Tuesdays. This series is also available as a standalone podcast series. Just search for "The View: Behind the Table" on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you like to listen. For more: https://abcaudio.com/podcasts/the-view-behind-the-table
A new MP3 sermon from Alpha and Omega Ministries is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Clearing the Table Before Tomorrow's Radio Free Geneva Subtitle: The Dividing Line 2021 Speaker: Dr. James White Broadcaster: Alpha and Omega Ministries Event: Podcast Date: 10/18/2021 Length: 74 min.
In this episode of River Cafe Table 4, the artist and director Steve McQueen talks beautifully about the heritage, ethical values and social impact of food in his life, and ours. For more than 30 years The River Cafe in London, has been the home-from-home of artists, architects, designers, actors, collectors, writers, activists, and politicians. Michael Caine, Glenn Close, JJ Abrams, Steve McQueen, Victoria and David Beckham, and Lily Allen, are just some of the people who love to call The River Cafe home. On River Cafe Table 4, Rogers sits down with her customers—who have become friends—to talk about food memories. Table 4 explores how food impacts every aspect of our lives. “Foods is politics, food is cultural, food is how you express love, food is about your heritage, it defines who you and who you want to be,” says Rogers. Each week, Rogers invites her guest to reminisce about family suppers and first dates, what they cook, how they eat when performing, the restaurants they choose, and what food they seek when they need comfort. And to punctuate each episode of Table 4, guests such as Ralph Fiennes, Emily Blunt and Alfonso Cuarón, read their favourite recipe from one of the best-selling River Cafe cookbooks. Table 4 itself, is situated near The River Cafe's open kitchen, close to the bright pink wood-fired oven and next to the glossy yellow pass, where Ruthie oversees the restaurant. You are invited to take a seat at this intimate table and join the conversation. For more information, recipes, and ingredients, go to https://shoptherivercafe.co.uk/ Web: https://rivercafe.co.uk/ Instagram: www.instagram.com/therivercafelondon/ Facebook: https://en-gb.facebook.com/therivercafelondon/ For more podcasts from iHeartRadio, visit the iheartradio app, apple podcasts, or wherever you listen to your favourite shows. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
In this episode of The Sell or Die Podcast, we'll lay out a quick guide to getting started in writing your very own book, which can actually help your business & your outreach. The steps we discuss are: Identifying Your Expertise Finding Inspiration Brainstorming Titles Setting a Table of Contents Soliciting Feedback It may seem like a daunting task to write a book, but it's way easier than you can even imagine. And once you're published, you'll love being able to hand over your book, rather than a business card, to your next prospect. Be sure to listen to all of episode 568 for all the details! If you enjoyed this episode, take a screenshot of the episode to post in your stories and tag us, @jengitomer & @jeffreygitomer! And don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review the podcast and share your key takeaways with us! CONNECT WITH JEN & JEFFREY: Official Website: https://www.sellordiepodcast.com/ Jeffrey's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jeffreygitomer/ Jennifer's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jengitomer/ Sell or Die Hards Official Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/sellordiepodcast/ EPISODE RESOURCES: Join Book Writer's Weekend here: https://jeffreygitomer.mykajabi.com/book-writers-weekend
Table minimums; Four for the Money craps side bet; Card craps; Chances of hitting that video poker royal flush; Buying in for more than you're willing to lose; Trip reports: Las Vegas; Biloxi; Oxford Casino; West Wendover; Reno; South Lake Tahoe
West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy is Now Open! 8am-9am PT/ 11am-Noon ET for our especially special Daily Specials; River City Hash Mondays!Starting off in the Bistro Cafe, Col Vindman noted that Trump has not been held accountable for his attempts to steal the 2020 presidential election, and 'he should suffer the consequences.'Then, on the rest of the menu, Bitcoin-mining power plants raise the ire of environmentalists; the aging South Texas water system meets a growing population; and, at least thirteen auto safety rules are years overdue.After the break, we move to the Chef's Table where the University of Tennessee at Knoxville has offered to reinstate a tenured professor who was acquitted of ties to China; and, France commemorated the 1961 massacre of Algerians on the streets of Paris.All that and more, on West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy with Chef de Cuisine Justice Putnam.Bon Appétit!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~"I was never a spy. I was with the OSS organization. We had a number of women, but we were all office help." -- Julia Child~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Show Notes & Links: https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2021/10/18/2058675/-West-Coast-Cookbook-amp-Speakeasy-Daily-Special-River-City-Hash-Mondays
Since we are doing a major length Radio Free Geneva tomorrow, I needed to -clear the table- of the topics that have been piling up in my topics list. So we really covered the gamut, starting off with my thanks for having shared a great time with Skillet as they visited Phoenix last Friday. WE discussed the veneration of vaccines, the hubris of a Canadian judge in demanding that preachers include Big Brother's narrative in their sermons, and the hypocrisy of the ACLU. We noted the announced release of a new anti-Calvinism book from David Allen and Steve Lemke, and then we looked at a flyer advertising an upcoming event at the Metropolitan Tabernacle featuring Jeff Riddle promoting TR Onlyism. Finally we looked at a textual variant at John 9-38
We all have money questions. If you don't, you just haven't asked them yet. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrsQ4Tzo7ao Today, we continue to answer questions from you—our audience, tribe, fans, those in a quest to control their money and financial future! You can view part one of this conversation here. There are some great ones here that might be on your mind too. So maybe you'll get the answer you've been needing, so you can clear the hurdle and get one step closer to your goals… OR maybe it will prompt you to ask a question of your own… tune in now! Table of contentsWhat Should You Do With Extra Cash?How Can Debt Be Advantageous?Compounding InterestIBC Isn't About Paying Off DebtCan You Withdraw Your Cash Value?Available Cash ValueLow Cash ValueWhat Happens if You Withdraw All Your Cash Value?What Happens if You Collateralize All Your Cash Value?Policy CollapseIs There a Difference in Dividends on Base Premium vs. PUA?Do You Get Your Cash Value When You Die?What Endowment MeansCan You Pay Premiums on a Monthly Basis?Book A Strategy Call What Should You Do With Extra Cash? In this instance, a listener named Matthew says he recently did a cash-out refinance. Now, he's wondering what to do with the cash he has leftover. Really, the answer depends: there's no one-size-fits-all answer to this question (or in fact, many questions). The follow-up question that we would like to pose in return, is what is the purpose of your money? What do you want to accomplish with your money? You can approach this from the big picture as well as on a smaller scale, like what you want your money to do at this stage of your life. If you're unsure of what to do with extra cash and want to hone in on your money's purpose, here are some clarifying questions: Does your money need to be accessible to you? Or is this money you are comfortable locking into an investment or other illiquid arrangement?Are you looking to create a cash-flowing asset that will create passive income?Do you wish to use this money for long-term growth? Or do you have a short-term opportunity?Is your emergency fund sufficient? Are you looking to take on some risk, or protect what you have? It's also okay to wait and be patient until you know what you want to do—or an opportunity presents itself. A privatized banking system may be a good way to store cash long term while you wait. Or you may want to park your cash short-term. You may want to do a combination of many things. How Can Debt Be Advantageous? Another listener mentions their interest in IBC, yet is unsure what the advantage is of funding a whole life insurance policy just to take a policy loan? They offer an example of funding a policy with $40,000 of cash value and accessing $36,000 to make a purchase, such as a car. By their calculation, they've funneled $76,000 into a $36,000 car. This is an extremely important question and one that “makes or breaks” people's understanding of IBC. Because this can be hard to wrap your head around, and it may take some “unlearning” of what you've been told about life insurance. First and foremost, you can't think of your life insurance premium as a “cost” to you. Instead, consider it savings that you can automate. Because the premium payments you make directly fund your cash value, which grows over time. It's no different from paying money to the bank; or more directly, paying into your home and taking a home equity line of credit. If you contribute $40,000 to your savings account, and then spend the savings, you're not paying twice. You're storing your money and then using it. A life insurance policy is another means of storing money, and a policy loan is another means of using that money. The advantage of taking a policy loan, rather than a withdrawal from a savings account, is twofold. First, you have control. You can determine how fast, or slow, you pay the loan back. If you run into a lean year,
ChemTwitter told us it takes 3 minutes to run a TLC plate, so today we‘re brining you 3 good minutes with Becky Ruck, Executive Director and Head of Enabling Technologies in Small Molecule Process R&D. Becky has amassed an amazing portfolio of amazing science (Google Scholar) in a variety of roles at #MerckChemistry. She recently took on a role as a Topic Editor for ACS Catalysis to help bring more industrial science to the journal. Having led recruiting for many years, Becky gives prospective new hires and applicants some insider information on how to be successful in starting an industrial career. Follow Becky on Twitter - @Ruck_chem Follow ACS Catalysis on Twitter - @ACSCatalysis Follow the Pharm to Table podcast on Twitter - @PharmToTablePod
In today's episode, you get the chance to meet Ike Singh Kehal of Social27, who's passionate about Virtual Events that Make an Impact, and bringing the best part of in-person events to the virtual world for a greater reach, accessibility, flexibility, and insights than ever before. Ike is a fascinating entrepreneur that applies the lens of business to some of the most important decisions that need to be made around an event's format, especially during a time when we've been challenged the most to re-imagine what in-person, virtual and hybrid events look like in 2021 and beyond. Tune in to today's episode to learn more about Ike, who started his professional career at Microsoft where he focused on partner programs and marketing. He went on to co-found and run four successful organizations, eventually starting Social27, a virtual event platform that has been helping businesses connect digitally throughout the pandemic and beyond, thanks to its innovative virtual and hybrid event platform. According to Ike, hybrid events need to have three distinct phases: the pre-event phase: 100-200 level content gets done, introductions & connections the in-person event phase: when the action happens: roll up your sleeves and be get into action instead of having to re-introduce yourself, your brand, and what you do the post-event: follow-ups - this is where most of the leads get left on the table if the follow-up is not strong. “Events: demystified” Podcast is brought to you by Tree-Fan Events and your amazing host is Anca Trifan. ————————— You can find Ike here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ikekehal/ ————————— For event and podcast updates, tips, and tricks of the trades, follow us on these social channels: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eventsdemystifiedpodcast Become a Patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/eventsdemystified ————————— Tree-Fan Events offers Hybrid Event Production Services: https://treefanevents.com/hybrid-event-services/ ————————— If you like our podcast, please show us some love by subscribing to this podcast on your favorite listening platform and following us on Instagram. By leaving a great review and hitting the 5 stars, you make this Podcast visible to other listeners with the same interests as you. Until next time! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/eventsdemystified/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eventsdemystified/support
“More Green, Less Noise” A sermon preached by Rev. Ginger E. Gaines-Cirelli with Foundry UMC, October 17, 2021, the twenty-first Sunday after Pentecost. “Prepare the Table with Justice and Joy” series. Texts: Psalm 23:1-2, Mark 10:35-45 “…one morning long ago in the quiet of the world, when there was less noise and more green…” This line from J.R.R. Tolkien's book The Hobbit has inspired a refrain in the Gaines-Cirelli household over many years, a phrase that is invoked like a prayer or a prophetic rebuke in moments when surroundings are harsh or grating on the nerves. “More green. Less noise.” I suppose one could say it's nostalgic or naïve. But regardless of that, it is what I so often desire. More green. Less noise. And so I love the line from Psalm 23 that is our focus today as we journey line by line through that Psalm in this series. The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want. The Lord makes me lie down in green pastures; and leads me beside still waters; The landscape traversed by the Hebrew people from which the Psalm emerged is diverse—from rocky desert to mountain to seacoast. And there are lovely broad valleys and places where green spreads out like a blanket. The good shepherd knows the terrain, knows when and where we need to be guided from one place to another—and chooses to bring us to green pastures and still waters. Rabbi Harold Kushner begins his reflection on verse two by telling an amusing story of a boy who asks his father why the sky is blue and the grass is green. Of course there are those in this congregation who could answer the boy's questions quite precisely from a scientific perspective. But even if we don't know those answers, Kushner goes on to suggest a fairly simple answer from a theological point of view, namely, the reason the sky is blue and the grass is green is because God made a world God knew we needed… Not just a world that produces sustenance for our bodies, but a world that provides suitable habitats for different creatures, a world that gives comfort and delight. But what do blue and green have to do with any of that? He spends a bit of time talking about how different colors evoke different emotional responses. “Remember that light is a form of energy. Light reaches our eyes in waves of different frequencies per second, creating different levels of intensity. For bright colors, red and yellow, the waves are longer and hit the eye with more strength, even as taller, longer ocean waves hit us more forcefully…Darker colors, the blues and greens, emit shorter waves and strike the eye more gently.” And then makes this observation, “God has colored [the] world in predominantly calming colors, blue sky, green leaves, blue-green water, brown trees, colors that calm rather than excite.” And for our siblings who don't see colors, there are other aspects of creation that are similarly delightful and calming…the feeling of a breeze or a warm body snuggled up to us, the sounds of birds, a purring cat, water flowing, the rustle of leaves, the smells of fresh cut grass, wet earth, flowers, wood smoke. We know that the elements of our planet can be harsh and dangerous as well. But there's a reason people yearn to be outside in nature—any nature! I remember when I lived in New York City, after a long, cold winter, I took a walk on the first warmish, sunny day of spring and was astonished to see that Central Park's Sheep Meadow was literally covered with people. The Lord (or something!) had made them lie down in that green pasture—and you could barely see the green of the pasture for all the people! God made a world God knew we needed… And have you ever noticed that line in the Psalm, “[The Lord] makes me lie down…”? I think I've always thought of verse 2 as mostly about food and water, as a shepherd leading the sheep to pastures and streams for nourishment. But what I've come to appreciate is that it's not only that God has created a beautiful planet to nourish us with food, but also to help us rest, to find calm in what can be stormy waters of life. One translation of verse two reads, “You let me rest in fields of green grass. You lead me to streams of peaceful water.” (CEV) Many poets and other writers have the created world as their primary inspiration and study. One of those is Wendell Berry, farmer, poet, philosopher, prophet. Berry writes these words in his poem “The Peace of Wild Things”: When despair for the world grows in me and I wake in the night at the least sound in fear of what my life and my children's lives may be, I go and lie down where the wood drake rests in his beauty on the water, and the great heron feeds. I come into the peace of wild things who do not tax their lives with forethought of grief. I come into the presence of still water. And I feel above me the day-blind stars waiting with their light. For a time I rest in the grace of the world, and am free. God has given us this beautiful creation, not only as a source of food, as raw materials to consume and manipulate, but as a doorway into rest, delight, grace, and peace. // Several things converge around this Sunday when it just so happened that these lines fell open for our reflection… October 4th is the traditional Feast Day of St. Francis, who is known for love of all creation and creatures, climate and environmental justice legislation is a centerpiece of current debates in congress, and preparations are underway for a UN Climate Change Conference happening in Glasgow the first couple of weeks of November. Some fail to see any connection between Christian faith and the climate crisis. I remember back in 2015 Pope Francis was catching all kinds of grief for his “green agenda.” Some of those opposed to the Pope's environmental justice advocacy believe “that climate change is being overhyped or that human activity is not a factor and that remedies may do more harm than good…Others simply believe that Francis…should not [weigh] in on issues that touch on technical and scientific matters that some contend are still debatable.” Of course the fiercest debates around environmental issues often come to a head when there is a lot of money to be made and/or the promise of jobs. I have had conversations with close family members (remember I come from Oklahoma and Texas, after all) who argue that careful engineering and maintenance of things like off-shore drilling and fracking are not necessarily bad for the planet, but rather it is only when companies try to do things on the cheap or without care that harm is done. My goal is to keep an open mind and to try to see things from a variety of perspectives. I know that my family members (and others like them) want to care for creation even as they advocate for practices such as those mentioned. But when we add up those things together with mountaintop removal coal mining, deforestation, polluted groundwater, loss of wetlands, greenhouse gas production, paving everything in sight, and Lord knows what else, I can't help but think that we are, collectively, being driven first and foremost not by a balanced sense of forward looking stewardship of both human and environmental needs, but by the short-term money to be made from coal, development, oil, agribusiness, and more. There are folks here today who have a much more nuanced and complete understanding of the environmental, economic, social, and political issues involved in all of this than I do. But I simply want to remind us of a very simple truth. Regardless of your views about particular practices, our Judeo-Christian faith specifically calls us to a deep and intentional connection with all of creation. In his focus on environmental stewardship, Pope Francis is not, as one particularly mean-spirited writer suggests, being “an ideologue and a meddlesome egoist”; he is being a Christian. Christians are not only called to be caretakers of the world, its earth, air, water, and creatures, but we are also reminded that we are, ourselves, part of the creation. God has created a beautiful world to provide for all we need, body and soul and has given us as the human creature a place and role within the interconnected beauty and order of things. The Christian understanding is not different from the Native American wisdom reflected in the words of Chief Seattle: “Humankind has not woven the web of life. We are but one thread within it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves. All things are bound together. All things connect.” The truth is that the human creature has harmed the web. God has given us green pastures and still waters, but as we have seen, droughts dry up the pastures; waters rise and overwhelm as a result of our lack of care. We cannot assume that green pastures and still waters will always be there. Last week, Foundry Board President Todd Mullins mentioned that environmental justice is part of our vision and agenda for 2022. It's not new—we have solar panels, a rainwater garden, we recycle, and have drastically reduced single use plastic and paper consumption, but we are committed to taking things to another level of sustainability through projects in our physical plant, consciousness raising for practices in our personal lives, and advocacy in the public square. More green. Less noise. With God's help and our shared commitment and generosity, we'll do our part in mending, sustaining, sharing and enjoying the gifts of green pastures and still waters so that all might be nourished by the good gifts of creation, so that all may “rest in the grace of the world and [be] free.” https://foundryumc.org/archive
The Nerd Table invites you to sit down for another spooky Halloween episode, that ends up with way more rambling than focused conversation - but you've come to expect that by now. On this episode, Eric, Dan, and Chris discuss Chris's trip to Eastern State Penitentiary, the Muppets Haunted Mansion, American city living, DC's Fandome, Animal Crossing's big update, crappy video game mascots, and more. Plus the first round of special shoutouts for our Facebook group members begins! Motivational Vacations - Proud sponsor of the Nerd Table.
Worship is rooted in Job 38-41. How might we, like Job, be challenged by the Divine this day to expand our vision and to see beyond ourselves, to see with God's eyes the world's intricacy and wild beauty, and surrender our personal expectations? Worship online with thetable.live. CCLI #805699 / CCLI Streaming #094804
Pastor Andy What's all the rage at Echo Church? Lean in as we take the next month to look at some of Echo's core values. Today Pastor Andy deconstructs the table and its importance in our faith. TEXT: Luke 7:36-40, 10:38-42, Luke 11:37-40, Luke 14:1-6
We dive into section 2 of the Catechism on Daily Prayers and Table of Duties. What do these teach us for a catechetical devotional life? Why did Luther provide prayers for morning, evening, and mealtime in addition to the Lord's Prayer in the catechism? How does the Lord's Prayer form a foundation for our devotional life and for our prayers throughout the day? What do the italicized instructions included with the daily prayers teach us about the Christian devotional and prayer life? Rev. Mark Bestul, Pastor of Calvary Lutheran Church in Elgin, IL joins host Rev. Sean Smith to discuss daily prayer.
It seems like such a simple question, but the answers are more profound than you realize: What is the thinking process a person goes through when they are deciding whether to buy your book? I'm excited to have my friend, Cathy Davis, here on this episode to walk us through some answers. Cathy spent the bulk of her career as a Designer and Creative Director at Bank of America's Trust Division, managing a team of 18 designers and print specialists. Then, in January 2004, she founded Davis Creative, LLC after corporate downsizing. What originally began as a boutique creative services agency is now known as Davis Creative Publishing Partners, a sought-after publishing industry leader providing concierge publishing services for authors around the corner and around the world. Books are in Cathy's DNA and have always played a big role in her life. Cathy believes we all have a story to tell, and it is through our stories that we are able to find our voice, share our wisdom, and make a difference in the lives of others. Wisdom not shared is wisdom lost forever. In this conversation, Cathy walks through the elements of a book that influence a buyer's purchasing decision. We talk about the importance of your title, book cover, fonts, the Table of Contents, and more. This is one of the most illuminating and interesting conversations I've had in a long time. And not only that, Cathy is also based here in St. Louis, so it's always good to have a fellow St. Louisan on the show! Click on the links below to enjoy Cathy's free downloads, buy her book, or connect with her on social media: Get Cathy's books Check out Cathy's podcast Download Cathy's FREE resource, “Know Your Publishing Options” Snag Cathy's FREE download, “100 Top Book Marketing Tips” Email Cathy Check out Cathy's website Connect with Cathy on LinkedIn Watch Cathy's YouTube Channel Friend Cathy on Facebook Follow Cathy on Instagram *** Are you looking for a community of enthusiastic, generous writers to help you build better habits and grow your writing business? Check out our Daily Writer Community. Check out our Daily Writing Prompts, which will help you break through creative blocks, brainstorm new ideas, and get back into a state of flow. Writing prompts are a fantastic creative tool for creative writing, journaling, teaching, social media posts, podcasting, and more! Connect with Kent: https://DailyWriterLife.com Facebook: https://facebook.com/kent.sanders Instagram: https://instagram.com/kentsanders LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/kent-sanders Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentsanders
Yoko Nakazawa de Cooking With Koji produit plusieurs types de miso, cet ingrédient clé de la cuisine japonaise. Inspirés par une recette familiale, elle a adapté sa technique au climat australien et aux goûts et besoins de ses clients.
West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy is Now Open! 8am-9am PT/ 11am-Noon ET for our especially special Daily Specials; Blue Moon Spirits Fridays!Starting off in the Bistro Cafe, former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe won back his full pension as part of a settlement of the lawsuit arising from his vindictive political firing by Trump.Then, on the rest of the menu, nursing schools see a rise in applications, despite COVID burnout; the Texas abortion law is shutting down an avenue to the courts for teens; and, the wreck of a storied military ship that served in two World Wars, and at one point was captained by the first Black man to command a US government vessel, has been found.After the break, we move to the Chef's Table where the lawyer representing Myanmar's ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi said authorities have imposed a gag order on him; and, seized guns have been melted down and turned into a children's playground in Peru.All that and more, on West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy with Chef de Cuisine Justice Putnam.Bon Appétit!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~“Structural linguistics is a bitterly divided and unhappy profession, and a large number of its practitioners spend many nights drowning their sorrows in Ouisghian Zodahs.” ― Douglas Adams "The Restaurant at the End of the Universe"~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Show Notes & Links: https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2021/10/15/2058182/-West-Coast-Cookbook-Speakeasy-Daily-Special-Blue-Moon-Spirits-Friday
This pandemic has absolutely required your restaurant to adapt to the times and adopt new customer safe, friendly conveniences. This is more important now than ever as we emerge from the crisis. The good news is, these guest-friendly conveniences actually increase Sales and Profits. In this episode of the Restaurant Rockstars Podcast, I'm speaking with Brian Cotlove, Chief Business Officer of Bentobox. A bentobox is a multi-compartment box containing different courses of a Japanese lunch. In this episode, we'll be talking about an All-In-1 platform that delivers Online Ordering, Gift Cards, Event Tickets, Retail Merchandise sales, Restaurant Websites and more – all in 1 place! Listen as Brian tells us: - The Changing Dynamics of the restaurant business and why you need to stay ahead of the curve and your competition - Why Digital Ordering and Pay at Table features are critical during this Labor Shortage - Why eCommerce is critical to your operations post-pandemic, and what these tools can do for your restaurant - How your website either Converts visitors into customers or Not - The importance of Analytic Tracking for marketing and sales success - Best practices to Maximize your website S.E.O. And so much more…. Bentobox offers a Free Demo to demonstrate all of the above at www.getbento.com Watch or Listen and then go ROCK your Restaurant! Roger The Restaurant Rockstars Academy – The Ultimate Start-up & Management Courses. Everything you need to know to crush it in the restaurant business: https://restaurantrockstars.com/pricing/ Thank you to our sponsors: Sysco - https://www.sysco.com/ 7shifts – Get 3 Months of Industry Leading Labor Management for FREE: https://www.7shifts.com/restaurantrockstars
Episode 311 Grazing Table I am the door. If anyone enters by me, he will be saved and will go in and out and find pasture. (John 10:9 - ESV) | Content help today from https://torchbearers.org/ https://hishill.org/ https://enduringword.com/bible-commentary/john-10/ https://www.lilachouse.co.uk/newpage76d2b93b Make Your Own Headlines is a daily podcast striving to help you make the grace of God your top story. With Dow Welsh, pastor of Holland Avenue Baptist Church. | Follow Make Your Own Headlines on your favorite podcast outlet below. | iTunes | https://tinyurl.com/make-itunes Spotify | https://tinyurl.com/make-spotify Amazon Music | https://tinyurl.com/make-amazon YouTube | https://tinyurl.com/myoh-youtube | For more info: Visit hollandavenue.com and listen to the weekly sermon podcast at https://tinyurl.com/habc-sermons | Intro music: "Marty's Story" from https://seeds.churchonthemove.com/resources/music | Color scheme: Each day's background color (Monday-Friday) is the official primary Pantone color of a few college football teams in South Carolina: The Citadel, USC, Coastal Carolina, Furman, Clemson (Orange on Friday!) Thanks to: Samson for making a super cool Go Mic http://www.samsontech.com/ Auphonic for making a super cool audiogram tool https://auphonic.com/ Audacity for making a super cool recording tool https://www.audacityteam.org/ Cube Whidden for making and coding lots of super cool stuff https://www.linkedin.com/in/cube-whidden-901b7712 BP Skinner Clothiers for the ultimate custom experience https://bpskinnerclothiers.com/
What was Coriolis, of the Coriolis Effect, doing at the pool table? On this episode, Neil deGrasse Tyson and co-hosts Gary O'Reilly and Chuck Nice explore the science behind billiards and pool trick shots with billiard physicist Dr. Dave Alciatore.NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free.Thanks to our Patrons Dylan Elliot, Cody Swayze, Panda Man, Niklas Ekberg, Isaac Lambert, Fortune's Flavor, and Joshua Grose for supporting us this week.Photo Credit: Paul Goyette, CC BY-SA 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons
The time has finally come! Mike, Mike, Ashley, Alan J. Porter, and Matthew Kresel report in full on Daniel Craig's final mission as James Bond. Plus, some Monkee talk with Kevin Eldridge. All this, along with Angela's A Geek Girl's Take, Michelle's Iconic Rock Moment, Creative Outlet with Jaime Ramos, and Shout Outs! We want to hear from you! Feedback is always welcome. Please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and subscribe and rate the show on Apple Podcast, Stitcher Radio, Google Play, Spotify, Pandora, Amazon Music, or wherever fine podcasts are found. Table of Contents 0:00:00 Show Open / Review of The Monkees Final Tour 0:27:22 Michelle's Iconic Rock Moment 0:30:31 No Time To Die Movie Review 1:58:13 A Geek Girl's Take 2:00:37 Creative Outlet w/ Jaime Ramos 2:07:17 Show Close Links Earth Station One on Apple Podcasts Earth Station One on Stitcher Radio Earth Station One on Spotify Past Episodes of The Earth Station One Podcast The ESO Network Patreon The New ESO Network TekePublic Store ESO Network Patreon Angela's A Geek Girl's Take Ashley's Box Office Buzz Michelle's Iconic Rock Talk Show The Earth Station One Website NSC Live TV Tifosi Optical Flopcast James Bond Lexicon On Her Majesty's Secret Podcast Warped Factor Review by Matthew Kresal Our Man on the Hill by Matthew Kresal Ashley's Review of No Time to Die Spy Con 2 Promos Tifosi Optics The Flop Cast NSC Live TV The ESO Network Patreon If you would like to leave feedback or a comment on the show please feel free to email us at email@example.com Special Guests: Alan J Porter, Ashley Pauls, Kevin Eldridge, and Matthew Kresal.
Duncan Rhodes joins Chase from On the Table Gaming to talk about the success of his recent Two Thin Coats Paints Kickstarter, his recent A Song of Ice and Fire tournament experience, as well as his impressions of parabellum's Conquest: Last Argument of Kings Be sure to check out the Duncan Rhode Painting Academy Don't … Continue reading On the Table Ep 114: Duncan Rhode's Two Thin Coats Paints Kickstarter, ASOIAF TMG, and Para Bellum's Conquest →
Marketing Strategist Chip Klose knows you have to promote your business online to make it take off. The modern restaurant business is not Field of Dreams. If you build it, they won't necessarily come. “Thirty years ago, you could just be good,” shrugs Chip Klose on the Digital Hospitality podcast. “Pretty place, good food, good service and you could survive. But now every place is great. Every place has interesting dishes, great service, and a cool dining room.” ➤ Watch the full interview https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_vPkwskBMU 3 Takeaways From This Interview: 1. Implement Table Ordering – By using digital kiosks instead of standard servers, restaurants can increase their revenue by cutting costs and increasing up-sells. Even better, servers can better assist customers in true hospitality. 2. Pay to Play on Your Posts – Social media is a must for modern restaurants. However, if no one sees your post how can it benefit your restaurant? Be willing to pay social media platforms to promote your post strategically and increase reach. 3. Exceed Operations – Chip shares that in a dream world, most operators don't actually want to be at their restaurant every day. Implement systems to relieve daily duties through modern technology in an effort to better focus on your customers and yourself. Chip Klose has made it. Starting his career in hospitality as a host in college, Chip has spent the last two decades in New York ascending in the industry he calls home. “I launched multiple brands to rave reviews and great openings in one of the most saturated markets in the world,” Chip Klose notes. ➤ https://www.chipklose.com/ As they say, if you can make it in New York you can make it anywhere. After storied success in the space, Chip quickly realized that his success was rare in such a crowded space, yet it was easy to identify why. Marketing. Marketing Restaurants — While the ‘m' word can feel like an impossible cost to restaurant operators, it was clear to Chip that marketing was the reason for the success of his multiple brands. “I started looking at marketing,” Chip recalls on his eureka moment and pivot. “I suddenly realized that restaurants really don't do very well because they usually don't do marketing.” Chip Klose has evolved into a respected coach and consultant in his space. While marketing can sound overwhelming and expensive to operators that are already strapped, Chip sees it as three simple questions. Marketing Questions: What's your product? Who is it for? How can you reach them? The third question has become all the more important in the modern digital age. “It used to be Craigslist and the Yellow Pages,” said Chip Klose on Digital Hospitality. “Now it's Google, social media and Yelp. It's now on our phones that we walk around glued to." To reach your customers, you have to optimize your social media channels. This means posting, and in 2021, it also means occasionally paying to promote your posts. The algorithms have changed, and restaurants have to adapt. Now that you're marketing your restaurant, what's your next goal? Is it more money? Most will initially say yes, but Chip finds the answer is usually much more holistic. “Look 12 months in the future,” begins Chip. “What do you want for yourself, your life? Your business? What kind of money do you want to be making? What do you want your day to day to look like?" Through systems, any operator can eventually achieve this point of freedom and success. What's a system you can implement now to change your business and free up your time, staff and budget? Table ordering. “It's becoming very obvious that table ordering really has the power to create a better guest experience and make a more profitable restaurant,” says Chip about technology like Toast Order & Pay, which is used at Cali BBQ and other places like Eats By Sam and many more of our favorite food s...
In this week's episode we are taking a deep dive into current legislative developments, specifically the tax-related changes that may be on the horizon. Rohit Kumar, co-leader of PwC's Washington National Tax Services practice, joins host Heather Horn to provide his perspective on anticipated developments. Tax leaders are already scenario planning - we break it down so CFOs can do the same.Topics include:2:12 - What's the lay of the land? Rohit takes us through where things currently stand with negotiations in Washington. Heather and Rohit discuss the infrastructure and reconciliation bills as well as the likelihood of these bills getting signed into law before the end of the year.9:53 - Possible scenarios. Rohit provides a few potential legislative outcomes, touching on the gross spending side of the budget equation as well as revenue raising, such as through changes to the corporate and individual tax rates and credits, among other domestic and international policy alternatives.34:13 - Where should CFOs focus? Rohit and Heather talk about the policy changes CFOs should be focused on - think corporate rate, OECD agreements, and tax based on book income.42:43 - Wrap up and timeline. It's up to Congress now. Rohit expects that we will know in the next month whether politicians will be able to reach an agreement by the end of the year. We close by walking through this timeline.Want to learn more? PwC podcast: Washington explained: Infrastructure, tax reform, and moreRohit Kumar is co-leader of PwC's Washington National Tax Services practice. In this role, he advises clients on all aspects of domestic policy, including tax policy. His insights and knowledge enable companies to assess critical policy issues more effectively and to develop legislative strategies to address those issues from both a technical and a political perspective.Heather Horn is a Deputy Chief Accountant in PwC's National Office and leader of the thought leadership group, responsible for developing our communications strategy and conveying firm positions on accounting and financial reporting matters. She is the engaging host of PwC's accounting and reporting weekly podcast and quarterly webcast series, as well as periodic webcasts for the power and utilities industry. With over 30 years of experience, Heather's accounting and auditing expertise includes financial instruments and rate-regulated accounting.
One of the very first practices of the church was that of communion. This is the meal that Jesus gave us hours before his death for us to remember what He has done for us. His body broken, his blood shed for you and for me. Communion invites us into a deeper unity and communion with Jesus as we remember his sacrifice. Christ's blood and body were sacrificed for us. His sacrifice becomes a pattern for our own journey.https://www.wellspringchurchpg.org/communion
Adam and The Dadley Boyz discuss the storylines that WWE just forgot about...Kevin Owens: The Face Of America!Jinder Mahal Comes In Peace!Kevin Owens: Loveable Slob!Alexa Bliss: General Manager!Mojo Rawley: Man In The Mirror?!ENJOY!Follow us on Twitter:@AdamWilbourn@MSidgwick@MichaelHamflett@WhatCultureWWEFor more awesome content, check out: whatculture.com/wwe See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode (recorded via Zoom on 23rd September 2021), Bobbie entrusts Sisterhood to Bec Wood who was joined by Rose Medwin, Lauren Koblischke & Englyn Mutty. They each join in from their own homes and come together to talk all things GENTLENESS. “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law.” – Galatians 5:22-23 (NIV) “Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls.” – Matthew 11:29 There's nothing like gathering around the table (physical or virtual!) with friends and you have a place here at our table. You're invited to join us every Thursday LIVE 10am AEST on https://hillsong.com/online or catch up on demand at https://www.youtube.com/hillsong ____ If you made a decision, please visit https://hillsong.com/jesus If you are in need of help or would like to chat to a Pastor, please visit https://hillsong.com/online/help ____ Connect with @BobbieHouston and the @ColourSisterhood on Instagram and Facebook.
Heather Laganelli founded Locale Farm to Table in 2015 and focuses on using sustainable organic ingredients. She is a Board Member of Bakersfield Hub and is the Chair for their innovation Lab Project. Aside from running her successful restaurant she enjoys photography, art designs, and blogging. John and Heather discuss how difficult it can be to take over an already existing restaurant and how important it is to not stray from your vision. They talk about how unique Bakersfield is and how it reflects in our community. Finally, Heather expresses her love for travel and how she plans on incorporating it into her future plans. LEARN MORE ABOUT HEATHER LAGANELLI: Website: www.localefarmtotable.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 661-322-9090 Instagram: @localefarmtotable Facebook: LocaleFarmToTable
What we're throwing down on the Table this week is an in-depth discussion and interview with Jeff Kerr from CBS Sports about how this Philadelphia Eagles team can and needs to persevere through a trying season on offense and defense. Reflections on the current season and how we as fans, also, need to persevere as this team looks to grow in the future. It was great to have Jeff as a cohost of the show this week!But first, we asked the question about the Sixers current situation: how does Daryl Morey win this one? Ben Simmons, even though he's "back" is an Achilles heel. (approx. 7:35)We then dove into how the Flyers preseason has been interesting to follow and some of the storylines we'll be watching as the season starts this week! (approx. 14:25)This week, our Phillies talk focused on what the biggest need for the team to address during the offseason. Yes, there's much that needs to be addressed, but what's that biggest need? (approx. 23:30)What we threw down on the Table was a fantastic discussion with Jeff Kerr from Yahoo Sports about the perseverance of this Eagles team. Persevering through finding the next franchise quarterback, persevering through the trials and tribulations of the offensive line, and persevering with this linebacker corps and how it's not getting better anytime soon. All of this and much more during our discussion with Jeff! (approx. 36:00)Head over to our website for all of our podcasts and more: philadelphiasportstable.com.Follow the guys on Twitter:Jeff Warren: @Jeffrey_WarrenLen Hunsicker: @LenHunsickerErik Leonard: @BrickPolittJeff Kerr: @JeffKerrCBSFollow the show on Instagram: instagram.com/philadelphiasportstable"Like" our Facebook Page: facebook.com/PhiladelphiaSportsTable
Trevor Cooney is the only player in Syracuse basketball history to make two final fours in one career. He joins Eric Devendorf this week on The Scorer's Table! The two reminisce on his Orange career, his favorite memories and games, what it was like getting recruited by Mike Hopkins and of course Trevor gives us some great behind-the-scenes Jim Boeheim stories, including one about a halftime speech before the UVA Elite 8 comeback in 2016. You can watch every episode of The Scorer's Table on YouTube by subscribing to the Field of 68. Intro music: Cherry Metal by Arthur Vyncke | https://soundcloud.com/arthurvost Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en_US
In Episode #54, co-hosts Bita and Beata talk about squash, called “kadoo/kadu” in Farsi and its uses in Persian food and beyond. Kadoo/kadu is the word in Farsi for squash. The most prevalent type of squash in Persian cuisine is probably zucchini. Zucchini is great because it can easily be substituted for eggplant which is in many Persian stews, dishes, and dips. Some Persian dishes using kadoo | squash as an ingredient: Kadoo borani - mixed with tomatoes, sauteed onions and yogurt Kadoo kookoo Stews made with squash Modern uses of squash in Persian cooking and cuisine Pumpkin added to fesenjoon | Persian walnut and pomegranate stew Yogurt with raw zucchini - a version of mast o khiar Fun with pumpkins Soups, stews, pumpkin seeds Table decor Hallowed out and used as a serving vessel for soups and stews Beats Cheats - shortcuts for cooking with squash Chopped and frozen Prepped, chopped, refrigerated Canned pumpkin puree Ask the Beats Miriam from Sunnyvale asks “Do you have any easy, vegan, Mediterranean lunch ideas or recipes?” Yes, great for cooking meats, as well as for cooking Persian soups and stews. Also helpful as a time saving tool when batch cooking and meal prepping. Adas polo with lentils Veggie wrap with cooked, marinated veggies with hummus or a vegan butternut squash spread Contact us at email@example.com or Instagram Resources and recipes from this episode: All Modern Persian Food episodes can be found at: Episodes Co-host Beata Nazem Kelley blog: BeatsEats – Persian Girl Desperately Addicted to Food! Co-host Bita Arabian blog: Oven Hug - Healthy Persian Recipes | Modern Persian Recipes Beata's recipe: Persian Frittata Koo Koo Sabzi Bita's recipe: Kookoo Sabzi | Quiche Muffins Bita's instructions for making table decor: Succulent Pumpkins Bita's recipe: Butternut Squash Soup Bita's recipe and instructions on Roasting Pumpkin Seeds Bita's recipe: Gluten-free Pumpkin bread Bita's recipe: Vegan Butternut Squash Dip Podcast production by Alvarez Audio
Episode 145More bad news from the Vatican. This week we're going to talk about a new explosive and very well documented report from the Lepanto Institute about Vatican and USCCB ties to Communism, the culture of death, and even witchcraft. ResourcesIn an effort to provide you with the best, most helpful experience we can, any resource mentioned in The Cantankerous Catholic podcast will always be listed in this section. Register for our next free Sharing the Catholic Faith webinar: https://webinar.getresponse.com/BhGUM/the-resurrection-the-four-last-things--the-holy-spirit (The Resurrection, the Four Last Things & the Holy Spirit). (There will be a video recording for those who can't attend the live event, but you must register to get the link.) https://app.getresponse.com/survey.html?u=BhGUM&survey_id=1647905 (PODCAST SURVEY) https://wwb.gr8.com/ (Sixpack System Bulletin Inserts) Lepanto Institute https://lepantoin.org/ (Lepanto Institute site) https://lepantoin.org/subscribe/ (Lepanto Institute newsletter) Lepanto Institute Report: https://lepantoin.org/vatican-agency-directly-tied-to-communism-abortion-and-witchcraft/ (Vatican Agency Directly Tied to Communism, Abortion, and Idolatry) https://cantankerouscatholic.com/evil-bishops/ (Catholic Bogus Bucks) They're free! The Wanderer Catholic Newspaper. Get one month for one dollar by texting the word “news” to 830-331-5729. https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=85YEDSUJHVN42&source=url (Help Keep the Joe Sixpack—The Every Catholic Guy Apostolate Alive) FOR CHECKS: make checks payable to Cassock Media, P.O. Box 41, Villa Ridge, Missouri 63089 https://app.getresponse.com/site2/joe_sixpack_answers/?u=BhGUM&webforms_id=YZQe (I Want To Learn More About The Catholic Church!) https://mariancatechist.com/product/basic-catholic-catechism-course/ (Marian Catechist Apostolate Basic Course) https://www.avoicelikebutter.com/ (Rick Stender)—Official Voice of The Cantankerous Catholic SubscribeMake sure you never miss an episode of The Cantankerous Catholic by subscribing through one of these links, or wherever else you get your podcasts. https://thecantankerouscatholic.captivate.fm/listen (Subscribe to The Cantankerous Catholic here) Catholic News Notes#5 https://www.foxbusiness.com/economy/southwest-cancels-more-than-a-thousand-flights-cites-air-traffic-control-issues (Southwest cancels more than a thousand flights, cites air-traffic control issues) #4 https://www.dailywire.com/news/fauci-on-airline-vaccine-mandates-not-immediately-but-everything-on-the-table (Fauci On Airline Vaccine Mandates: Not ‘Immediately,' But ‘Everything On The Table') #3 https://www.theblaze.com/news/mark-robinson-takes-stand-lgbt-comments (NC Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson takes defiant stand as he faces calls to resign after calling homosexuality 'filth': 'I will not back down') #2 https://www.dailywire.com/news/biden-admin-cancels-numerous-border-wall-contracts-as-u-s-faces-historic-illegal-immigration-surge (Biden Admin Cancels Numerous Border Wall Contracts As U.S. Faces Historic Illegal Immigration Surge) #1 https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/249244/nancy-pelosi-leaves-mass-in-rome-due-to-security-concerns (Nancy Pelosi leaves Mass in Rome due to security concerns) Catholic BootcampThis week Joe Sixpack—The Every Catholic Guy's Catholic Bootcamp is titled Lazarus. Catholic QuotesThis week's quote is from St. Anthony of Padua. Catholic StoriesThis episode features a story about a monk's dream. Joe Sixpack's Stuffhttps://www.joesixpackanswers.com/ (JoeSixpackAnswers.com) https://cantankerouscatholic.com/product/secrets-of-the-catholic-faith/ (Secrets of the Catholic Faith) by Joe Sixpack—The Every Catholic Guy https://cantankerouscatholic.com/product/the-lay-evangelists-handbook-how-any-catholic-can-evangelize-anyone/ (The Lay Evangelist's Handbook) by Joe Sixpack—The Every Catholic Guy... Support this podcast
Raven and Candace became famous as successful child stars and they both joined the show as co-hosts in 2015, sharing the table with Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Paula Faris, Michelle Collins, and Sara Haines. They both made the decision to leave the show after one season. This week, Sara Haines talks with them about all the ups and downs Raven and Candace experienced together – from their toughest moments, to the pressure they felt to speak up for certain communities, and how the 2016 election changed everything for them. New episodes of "The View: Behind the Table" will publish here on Tuesdays. This series is also available as a standalone podcast series. Just search for "The View: Behind the Table" on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you like to listen. For more: https://abcaudio.com/podcasts/the-view-behind-the-table