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    Cedarville Stories
    S6:26 | Transformed Tour

    Cedarville Stories

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 31:01


    Transformation. We see it all around us through creation. It's especially noticeable when winter turns to spring and the withered flowers from the cold season springs to life in a bouquet of colors. The same is true in the lives of everyday people. And, the ultimate transformation takes place when a broken, or fallen, heart is changed and moved toward a relationship with Jesus Christ. For Ben Johnson and Carissa Johnson — no relation — this summer was a transformational period in their lives as they traveled across the United States singing and worshiping as part of the University's first-ever Transformational Tour. Ben and Carissa, members of the HeartSong ministry team, believe their lives were dramatically changed because of the tour, even though their focus was to minister to the hundreds of people who attended the Transformed Tour.  Embarking on the 26-day, 10,000-mile Transformed Tour, Ben and Carissa returned to Cedarville with a sharper focus on the Gospel. From their first event at Chapel Pointe Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan, to the time they worshipped with fellow tour participants at Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado, the power of the Holy Spirit fell upon them like never before.  Clearly their experiences were mountain-top opportunities that brought them closer to Christ. Or, as Ben shares in the program, “I became bolder about sharing my faith with anyone, wiser in taking advantage of the opportunities to witness; therefore, becoming closer to Christ.” For a tour that Ben and Carissa intended to be on the giving end of love, grace, and mercy to hundreds of people who attended their programs, the script was flipped at nearly every stop. As they reflected on their tour, both Ben and Carissa felt incredibly ministered to by believers from coast to coast. It's a classic example of the body of Christ working together to strengthen the cause of Christ. 

    Paul VanderKlay's Podcast
    Applying Higher Beings to the Pacific War and the Desire to be Transformed

    Paul VanderKlay's Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 87:00


    The Pacific Crucible https://amzn.to/3ypiUrt ​ @Kings and Generals  The Pacific War Series https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLaBYW76inbX4kE52CPUvx8gZ7CQyjweEg Egregores and the Body of Synod https://youtu.be/NHyFqa0dzZY ​ @Jordan B Peterson  and  @Jonathan Pageau  https://youtu.be/iPcILp35oU4 Rod Dreher Saving Calvin https://www.theamericanconservative.com/dreher/saving-calvin-university-lgbt-kristin-du-mez/ The Directional Life of the Interior Luke Burgis https://read.lukeburgis.com/p/the-directional-language-of-interior

    Lone Star Cowboy Church
    Transformed Believer | Pastor Trey Johnson | 6.26.2022

    Lone Star Cowboy Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 37:20


    Restoring the Branches Ministry

    Romans 12:2 gives clear instructions on what not to do, what to do, how to do it, and the results that follow. We must be willing to surrender our whole hearts to the Word of YAH.

    Back to the Bible
    Philippians – Joy in the Journey : The Main Thing

    Back to the Bible

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 5:37


    Are you struggling to find peace? Do you hate the journey you are on? If so, join Pastor Nat as he looks at the Book of Philippians to begin living with peace and joy. Download the Transcript of Today's PodcastDoes life feel uncertain and full of worry and anxiety? The pages of Country Soul are filled with Scripture, stories, takeaways, and encouragement that will get your faith moving.Like many of us, author Cara Whitney and her husband, Dan (Larry the Cable Guy), have experienced mountaintops and valleys in life. The good news they discovered is that we don't have to go it alone. God's Word guides our steps, leading us through the ups and downs of our faith journey.Country Soul is filled with 30 compelling journeys of faith about men and women whose heartaches turned into hope and whose setbacks were transformed into victory.

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    Ephesians – Saved for a Purpose : The Main Thing

    Back to the Bible

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 5:46


    How is life going? Are you living a life on purpose? Do you desire more? If so, Join Pastor Nat as he looks at the Book of Ephesians to begin living a life on purpose. Download the Transcript of Today's PodcastDoes life feel uncertain and full of worry and anxiety? The pages of Country Soul are filled with Scripture, stories, takeaways, and encouragement that will get your faith moving.Like many of us, author Cara Whitney and her husband, Dan (Larry the Cable Guy), have experienced mountaintops and valleys in life. The good news they discovered is that we don't have to go it alone. God's Word guides our steps, leading us through the ups and downs of our faith journey.Country Soul is filled with 30 compelling journeys of faith about men and women whose heartaches turned into hope and whose setbacks were transformed into victory.

    CrossPoint Church Podcast
    A Life Transformed by Inclusiveness

    CrossPoint Church Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022


    We want to be a pathway, not a barrier for them to come to Jesus. Inclusiveness is accepting others because Christ accepted us. True faith in Christ is Exclusively Inclusive: Exclusive because Forgiveness comes ONLY through Christ. Inclusive because the invitation to receive God's forgiveness through Christ is offered to all.

    The Disney Dish with Jim Hill
    The Disney Dish Episode 380: How the Disney Institute transformed into Saratoga Springs

    The Disney Dish with Jim Hill

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 43:21


     Len Testa & Jim Hill start off this week's show by sharing some surveys that Guests who stayed at WDW's monorail resorts recently received. They also talk about Michael Eisner's 1985 trip to the Chautauqua Institute inspired him to start offering education-based vacation experiences to WDW visitors Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    The Jim Hill Media Podcast Network
    The Disney Dish Episode 380: How the Disney Institute transformed into Saratoga Springs

    The Jim Hill Media Podcast Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 43:21


     Len Testa & Jim Hill start off this week's show by sharing some surveys that Guests who stayed at WDW's monorail resorts recently received. They also talk about Michael Eisner's 1985 trip to the Chautauqua Institute inspired him to start offering education-based vacation experiences to WDW visitors Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Sermons
    Transformed: "A Long Obedience in the Same Direction"

    Sermons

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022


    We finished our "Transformed" series on Sunday, June 26 by looking at Jesus' command for discipleship in Matthew 16. Sermon given by Pastor Landon Stuart.

    Grace Covenant Church
    Conformed or Transformed

    Grace Covenant Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 48:00


    Citylight West CB Sermons
    Transformed - The Root of Brokenness

    Citylight West CB Sermons

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 27:31


    Northshore Church Podcast
    Episode 144: 0900 - Transformed Leadership (Moses) - The Transformed Leadership by knowing your Identity in God - Larry McEwen - 6.26.2022

    Northshore Church Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 34:48


    Moonee Ponds Baptist Church
    Wait, Hear, Listen, Receive, Be Transformed – Marc Chan

    Moonee Ponds Baptist Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 39:19


    Recorded on 26th June, 2022 https://mpbc.org.au/

    Oak Hills Church (Video Podcast)
    Transformed into the Image of God

    Oak Hills Church (Video Podcast)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 37:37


    Week 5 of Image of God A sermon series featuring Travis Eades.

    Oak Hills Church (Audio Podcast)
    Transformed into the Image of God

    Oak Hills Church (Audio Podcast)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022


    Week 5 of Image of GodA sermon series featuring Travis Eades.

    Back to the Bible
    Galatians – Free in Christ : The Main Thing

    Back to the Bible

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 5:04


    Are you tired of playing the game of religion? Are you exhausted trying to be good enough for God's love? If so, Join Pastor Nat as he looks at the Book of Galatians for true freedom in salvation. Download the Transcript of Today's PodcastDoes life feel uncertain and full of worry and anxiety? The pages of Country Soul are filled with Scripture, stories, takeaways, and encouragement that will get your faith moving.Like many of us, author Cara Whitney and her husband, Dan (Larry the Cable Guy), have experienced mountaintops and valleys in life. The good news they discovered is that we don't have to go it alone. God's Word guides our steps, leading us through the ups and downs of our faith journey.Country Soul is filled with 30 compelling journeys of faith about men and women whose heartaches turned into hope and whose setbacks were transformed into victory.Request your copy today.

    Traction
    How MongoDB Transformed From Sales-Led to Product-Led Leading to 20x Increase in Market Cap with Sahir Azam

    Traction

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 56:12


    On this episode of the Traction podcast, host Lloyed Lobo of Boast.AI welcomes Sahir Azam, Chief Product Officer at MongoDB.   Sahir shares how MongoDB transformed from a traditional software company—sales driven, longer cycles, etc.—into more of a consumer-style self-service model.   Overseeing the growth of MongoDB's Atlas, Sahir shares his learnings (the good, the bad, and the ugly) about building and bringing to market one of the fastest-growing cloud products of any scale (70% YoY, $400M ARR, 26K+ customers).   In this session, Sahir discusses: 7:44 - MongoDB sales-led model prior to going product-led 10:31 - What main KPIs were focused on 16:01 - Recommendations and best practices for building teams 20:07 - Tactics to make sure that cross-functional dialogue is happening regularly 26:57 - The ideal squad structure for a cross-functional team 32:46 - The product development framework at MongoDB 37:34 - Best practices for developing a go-to-market strategy for a product-led company 41:36 - Product marketing roles vs product manager roles 52:29 - What kickstarted growth for the MongoDB Atlas customer base 55:31 - Top pieces of advice that were learned the hard way 57:54 - Recommended books and resources   Learn more at https://tractionconf.io   Connect with Sahir Azam: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sahirazam/   Learn more about MongoDB at https://www.mongodb.com/   This episode is brought to you by:   Each year the U.S. and Canadian governments provide more than $20 billion in R&D tax credits and innovation incentives to fund businesses. But the application process is cumbersome, prone to costly audits, and receiving the money can take as long as 16 months. Boast automates this process, enabling companies to get more money faster without the paperwork and audit risk. We don't get paid until you do! Find out if you qualify today at https://Boast.AI.   Launch Academy is one of the top global tech hubs for international entrepreneurs and a designated organization for Canada's Startup Visa. Since 2012, Launch has worked with more than 6,000 entrepreneurs from over 100 countries, of which 300 have grown their startups to seed and Series A stage and raised over $2 billion in funding. To learn more about Launch's programs or the Canadian Startup Visa, visit https://LaunchAcademy.ca    Content Allies helps B2B companies build revenue-generating podcasts. We recommend them to any B2B company that is looking to launch or streamline its podcast production. Learn more at https://contentallies.com  

    Back to the Bible
    2 Corinthians – Stand Your Ground : The Main Thing

    Back to the Bible

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 5:59


    Are you experiencing trials and persecution for your faith? Are you slandered for Christ? Ready to give up? Join Pastor Nat as he looks at the Book of 2 Corinthians for the strength to keep going. Download the Transcript of Today's PodcastDoes life feel uncertain and full of worry and anxiety? The pages of Country Soul are filled with Scripture, stories, takeaways, and encouragement that will get your faith moving.Like many of us, author Cara Whitney and her husband, Dan (Larry the Cable Guy), have experienced mountaintops and valleys in life. The good news they discovered is that we don't have to go it alone. God's Word guides our steps, leading us through the ups and downs of our faith journey.Country Soul is filled with 30 compelling journeys of faith about men and women whose heartaches turned into hope and whose setbacks were transformed into victory.Request your copy today.

    Football Sunday Podcast
    Transformed with Craig Young

    Football Sunday Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 29:31


    GUEST: Craig Young is a father and husband. His son Bryce Young is a QB with Alabama and the 2021 Heisman Trophy Winner. SCRIPTURE VERSE: 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 ----- Receive our 10-day Sports Spectrum Devotional written by professional athletes for FREE when you sign up for our Sports Spectrum Weekly Email Newsletter. Sign up here.

    Back to the Bible
    1 Corinthians – Live Out Your Faith : The Main Thing

    Back to the Bible

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 6:03


    How should Christians live in a drifting culture? Does our behavior even matter to God? Join Pastor Nat as he looks at the Book of 1 Corinthians for the answers. Download the Transcript of Today's PodcastDoes life feel uncertain and full of worry and anxiety? The pages of Country Soul are filled with Scripture, stories, takeaways, and encouragement that will get your faith moving.Like many of us, author Cara Whitney and her husband, Dan (Larry the Cable Guy), have experienced mountaintops and valleys in life. The good news they discovered is that we don't have to go it alone. God's Word guides our steps, leading us through the ups and downs of our faith journey.Country Soul is filled with 30 compelling journeys of faith about men and women whose heartaches turned into hope and whose setbacks were transformed into victory.Request your copy today.

    EG Property Podcasts
    Leaning in and learning: How the latest Future Leaders transformed us

    EG Property Podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 41:46


    In this episode of the EG Property Podcast, EG editor Samantha McClary sits down with Paul Lawrence, head of real estate at Taylor Wessing, and Dan Bayley, director in the tenant representation team at JLL. Both are huge supporters of EG's Future Leaders programme and both joined many others to lean in, learn and support our latest cohort at their showcase event on 9 June. In this 40-minute listen, they talk about the importance of the programme not only for what it delivers for EG's Future Leaders but for the messages it gives to the audience and the market as a whole. This latest cohort was united on showing how much power and influence the real estate sector can have at effecting change and making the world a much better place. Listen in for a run through of each of the amazing Ted-style talks. And if you're hungry for more, make sure to head to www.egi.co.uk/news to watch the six insightful, emotional and just quite brilliant talks in full.

    Livingway Church SA
    Truly Transformed

    Livingway Church SA

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 35:25


    Pastor Becky Fender

    Transformed for Impact with Barrett Bowden
    44 - Rhythms of Health - Practice One: Silence and Solitude

    Transformed for Impact with Barrett Bowden

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 55:26


    Welcome to Transformed for Impact! Today we will be continuing our series Rhythms of Health: Choosing Less for More. In this series, we have been exploring a biblical roadmap for what it looks like for each of us, including you, to stay emotionally healthy and spiritually alive in the hurry of the world we live in. We are using John Mark Comer's book "The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry" as a framework for this series. On this episode, you will learn Comer's first practice for living a life that rejects hurry, and instead follows after Jesus: living in silence and solitude with Him. We hope you will subscribe to our podcast and leave us some feedback, so you never miss an episode of TFI. Thanks again for joining us! We love you, and hope to see you soon.

    Back to the Bible
    Romans – The Problem & Solution : The Main Thing

    Back to the Bible

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 6:52


    Does God exist? If so, how can we know? What difference does it make if God exists? Join Pastor Nat as he looks at the Book of Romans for the answers. Download the Transcript of Today's PodcastDoes life feel uncertain and full of worry and anxiety? The pages of Country Soul are filled with Scripture, stories, takeaways, and encouragement that will get your faith moving.Like many of us, author Cara Whitney and her husband, Dan (Larry the Cable Guy), have experienced mountaintops and valleys in life. The good news they discovered is that we don't have to go it alone. God's Word guides our steps, leading us through the ups and downs of our faith journey.Country Soul is filled with 30 compelling journeys of faith about men and women whose heartaches turned into hope and whose setbacks were transformed into victory.Request your copy today.

    Living Life Naturally
    LLN Episode #112: Gian-Carlo Torres - Can You Support Your Immune System in Such Powerful Ways Your Health is Transformed?

    Living Life Naturally

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 34:06


    About Gian-Carlo Torres: Gian-Carlo Torres (Gianco to his friends) has been an entrepreneur for over four years helping people maintain their immune system with an important nutrient called Immunocal. This product helped his mom get out of bed, which is why he became so passionate about it. With nothing but hope, fear and excitement (plus his credit card), he starting out his business. He's never looked back. He now has his own podcast, has received an award for developing the most leaders in the USA (2018) and has been featured in two Amazon top sellers on entrepreneurship. What We Discuss In This Episode: Gianco shares his story as well as that of his mom and how one product has transformed their lives. He strongly believes in the power of anti-aging and energy, as well as boosting the immune system, and the product Immunocal has been an integral part of that. We discuss the core differences between “complementary” over alternative medicine and why he thinks people should implement complementary healing techniques over alternative methods. He also dives into how we can distinguish credible advice from those who are just trying to make a buck. To boost his authority, knowledge and expertise, he has worked alongside doctors, scientists and world-renowned health publications. Gianco gives his take on why be believes the business of health, mind and body is booming. Connect with Gian-Carlo Torres:  https://linktr.ee/Thisisgianco Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/giancarlo.torres.79 Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/thisisgianco LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/gian-carlo-torres-5b3910100   Connect with Lynne: If you are looking for a community of like-minded women on a journey - just like you are - to improved health and wellness, overall balance, and increased confidence, check out Lynne's private community in The Energized & Healthy Women's Club. It's a supportive and collaborative community where the women in this group share tips and solutions for a healthy and holistic lifestyle. (Discussions include things like weight management, eliminating belly bloat, wrangling sugar gremlins, and overcoming fatigue, recipes, strategies, and much more so women can feel energized, healthy, confident, and joyful each day. Website:  https://holistic-healthandwellness.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/holistichealthandwellnessllc The Energized Healthy Women's Club:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/energized.healthy.women Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lynnewadsworth LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/lynnewadsworth   Free Resources from Lynne Wadsworth: 5 Simple Steps to Gain Energy, Feel Great & Uplevel Your Health: Are you ready to create a Healthier Lifestyle?  Would you like to feel lighter, more energized, and even add joy to your life? If it's time to find more balance of mind~body~soul, then I've got the perfect FREE resource to help.  In this guide, you'll find my most impactful strategies and I've made applying them in your life as simple as 1-2-3 (plus a couple more) to help you create a healthier, holistic lifestyle. Uplevel your holistic health and wellness and download the 5 Simple Steps to Health  here:  https://holistic-healthandwellness.com/5-simple-steps-to-a-healthier-you/   How to Thrive in Menopause:  Hot flashes? Low Energy? Difficulty with weight management? If MID-LIFE & MENOPAUSE are taking their toll then I've got a solution for you! I've taken all my very best strategies and solutions to help you feel energized, vibrant, lighter & healthy, and compiled them into this FREE resource! Thrive in midlife and beyond - download my guide here: https://holistic-healthandwellness.com/thrive-through-menopause/   Did You Enjoy The Podcast? If you enjoyed this episode please let us know! 5-star reviews for the Living Life Naturally podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pandora, or Stitcher are greatly appreciated. This helps us reach more women struggling to live through midlife and beyond. Thank you. Together, we make a difference!

    Healing Journeys Today Podcast
    How Jesus' Story Transformed My Story | Tabitha Christopher

    Healing Journeys Today Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 58:33


    Check out our Website!  https://www.healingjourneystoday.com   Follow us on Facebook!  https://www.facebook.com/healingjourneystoday/   Follow us on Instagram!  @healingjourneystoday @thejourneyhjt   Link to Donate through PayPal! https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=6CGU5FN6YFT8W 

    Back to the Bible
    Acts – Church History : The Main Thing

    Back to the Bible

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 5:51


    How did the church begin? How did it spread to us today? Where did Jesus go? Join Pastor Nat as he studies the Book of Acts for the answers. Download the Transcript of Today's PodcastDoes life feel uncertain and full of worry and anxiety? The pages of Country Soul are filled with Scripture, stories, takeaways, and encouragement that will get your faith moving.Like many of us, author Cara Whitney and her husband, Dan (Larry the Cable Guy), have experienced mountaintops and valleys in life. The good news they discovered is that we don't have to go it alone. God's Word guides our steps, leading us through the ups and downs of our faith journey.Country Soul is filled with 30 compelling journeys of faith about men and women whose heartaches turned into hope and whose setbacks were transformed into victory.Request your copy today.

    Move Forward with Dr. Kim Maas
    Transformed for the Kingdom with Special Guests Ken Fish & Adam Knapp- Season 2: Episode 60

    Move Forward with Dr. Kim Maas

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 55:45


    Every generation is given an opportunity for a course correction to be realigned with what God wants for His church. In this first part of this three-part series, Adam Knapp and Ken Fish join Dr. Kim Maas on the discussion of the course correction that is being offered to the prophetic movement in this generation to raise mature and holy prophets. Prophetic Office | Church | Maturity | Scripture | Ken Fish | Five-Fold |Adam Knapp| Equipping | Prophecy | Kim Maas |The Way of the Kingdom | Prophetic Community

    BlerdTalk with Bola and Whitney
    46 High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America

    BlerdTalk with Bola and Whitney

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 77:15


    Happy Juneteenth everybody. To commemorate this important holiday we are reviewing the Netflix Docuseries High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America. Join us as we dive into this exploration of history through food and talk about what this freedom means to us. We are also Blerding Out about Classic Bollywood films, Café Beignet, and HBO series The Time Traveler's Wife. Some honorable mentions are Ranking of Kings, Crash Landing on You, classic Korean Dramas, and the novel Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi. As always don't forget to Blerd Out! Check out links to some mentions during the episode: To learn more about Juneteenth take this fun info quiz: https://usefultrivia.com/holiday_trivia/juneteenth_trivia.html African Ancestry: https://africanancestry.com/ Intro and Outro music is “Twilight” by Capshun Find him on SoundCloud at https://soundcloud.com/capshun Show Notes by Bola Hanson Audio engineering by Whitney Booker Show Contact Info: Email: blerdtalkbw@gmail.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/blerdtalkbw/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BlerdTalkBW Bola's contact info: Twitter: https://twitter.com/bolastorybee Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bolastorybee/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSOXQ6Tc_i81DlWSqCC78Ig/featured Whitney's company contact info: Email: whit@lumenavi.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/lumenavistudios --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blerdtalk-with-bola-and-whitney/message

    Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
    The magical ingredient that transformed a team member, from bad apple, to team player! | Erik de Bos

    Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 14:46


    Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. Sometimes there are team members that have an outsized impact on the progress of the team. In this episode, we talk about a team member that was holding the team back. Erik tried several approaches to help this team member, but those did not work. After a while, this team member was moved to a new team, and Erik was afraid the same anti-pattern would happen again. However, something magical happened, and this team member was able to move on from his previous anti-patterns. How did this happen? Listen in to learn what was different in the second team, and how Erik was able to support the team member and the new team in a new approach that helped both the team and the individual succeed!    About Erik de Bos Erik is what you get when you take a trained scientist, who mastered Agile as a programmer and is now a Scrum Master. A pragmatic, analytic, systemic and critical personality who is completely focused on understanding the problem. Because once you understand the problem, the solution is easy. You can link with Erik de Bos on LinkedIn and read Erik de Bos' articles in Medium.

    On the Brink with Andi Simon
    318: Michele Bailey—The World Of Marketing Is Transformed. Are You Ready For A New Strategy?

    On the Brink with Andi Simon

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 30:38


    Hear how gratitude can change your life and your business  Michele Bailey and I had such a terrific interview discussing her own life's journey and how to be a successful woman entrepreneur. She is the founder of The Blazing Group, a brand and culture agency born of her strategy-first approach to business, her flair for sharing stories, and her desire to enhance employee wellness while pursuing business goals. Now she has a new program to improve employee mentoring and wellness called My Big Idea® which accelerates business growth while addressing the challenges of balancing work and personal life. Listen in! Watch and listen to our conversation here The power of gratitude can be life-changing Michele Bailey was a driving force in bringing the first Women Presidents' Organization (WPO) chapter to Canada and currently sits on the WPO board as its international representative. She is committed to supporting entrepreneurs in the underrepresented diverse and inclusion markets, and is also a successful author. Her new book, The Currency of Gratitude, published in 2021 by ForbesBooks, focuses on the power of gratitude. On this we agree. Together we offer exceptional advice for women in business: focus on the power of the person, and gratitude is a gift that keeps giving. Want to connect with Michele? Reach out on Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook and either of her websites: My Big Idea or Blazing.  Need more gratitude in your life and your business? Start here: Blog: Time to Add Gratitude to Your Life—And Your Company's Culture Blog: 5 Ways You Can Find Happiness And Joy In These Turbulent Times Podcast: Richard Sheridan—How To Lead With Joy And Purpose! Additional resources for you My award-winning second book: Rethink: Smashing The Myths of Women in Business My award-winning first book: On the Brink: A Fresh Lens to Take Your Business to New Heights Simon Associates Management Consultants    Read the transcript of our podcast here Andi Simon: Welcome to On the Brink With Andi Simon. Thanks for joining us today. My job, as you know, is to be your host and your guide. What I want to do is get you off the brink. I want you to see, feel and think in new ways so that you can change. So I have with me today a wonderful woman, Michele Bailey from Canada. Michele and I met through the Women Business Collaborative, an organization we're both extremely involved with and very fond of, all of which is there to help women become the best that they can be. What I'd like to do today, though, is let Michele tell you a little bit about herself after I introduce her to all of you because her bio is beautiful. And I don't want her to shortchange you because it's really exciting. She's the founder of The Blazing Crew which is a brand and culture agency born out of her strategy-first approach to business. She has a flair for sharing stories, and a desire to enhance employee wellness while pursuing business goals. This is sort of interesting because as you listen to her today, you'll know that business isn't about selling things or making things, it's about people things. And the wellness and well-being of your people and their belonging is not to be underestimated. It is the differentiator that can take you and separate you from the rest. And she's shaking her head for those who are listening. And she's saying yes. Her advertising agency, Blazing, is turning branding inside out. Her My Big Idea and Employee Mentoring and Wellness Program is designed to propel individuals forward in their quest for personal and professional success. My Big Idea is a really cool one so it's delivered virtually or in person. And it's really uniquely designed for business owners, leaders and employees to address the challenges of work and personal life. And we'll talk today about that work-life balance, who is in the pursuit of what I've never understood. I'm an anthropologist, and I look at our society, and I can't quite figure out why life and work are different. So work life and life work. I mean, this is all kind of a blend of being a professional. Since the time my kids were three weeks old, I knew that there was a blend, it wasn't either or, there was together. It was who we were. So the difference and the balancing is a challenge, even for the guys. Michele is on a quest to get her clients to take one important step further, to make true gratitude integral to the way business is done. True gratitude, as you're listening or watching, we're going to talk a lot about it because gratitude is not inconsequential, it is essential to our well-being. So her passion for gratitude is contagious. And I think you're going to capture that. She has a new book out, and I'm so delighted to share it with you. It's called The Currency of Gratitude and was just published. And it offers a moving and straightforward guide to enabling business growth using gratitude as your currency, and you're gonna say, But I think gratitude is not inconsequential. Now Michele will tell you, she's a biracial woman and has faced her share of challenges. Her boundless energy and vision have earned her international recognition as a champion of women in business. She's a driving force bringing the first Women Presidents Organization chapter, the WPO, to Canada, and she sits on the WPO board as its international representative. I think you know enough about Michele to know that you want to listen carefully, and enjoy our time together. I shall thank you for joining me today. Michele Bailey: Andi, I'm so delighted to be here. Andi Simon: Well tell the listener who is Michele because you've had a journey. I can't capture it reading your bio as much as I have enjoyed it. So give us a little bit about your background. Michele Bailey: Thank you, Andi. First of all, I want to start by saying that I have lived in multiple states in different countries my whole life. It wasn't until I turned 18 that I landed in Canada with going to school and I have stayed here. So I'm a dual citizen. I'm an American, as well as a Canadian. I have lived in New Hampshire, Vermont, New York City, Michigan, and the island of Haiti. So I have quite a varied background. And I've experienced many cultures which have allowed me to be the woman I am today. And through this all, Andi, we're talking about gratitude. I have to tell you, because I never stayed anywhere long, it was really hard to make friends because people knew that I'd be moving and they didn't want to waste time on people that aren't going to be hanging around. So at an early age, I made gratitude my core. I learned to embrace each and every relationship that was put in front of me, whether it be for a season or a lifetime, because people mean everything to me. This fast forwards us to being in Toronto today. So to take a step back, I have an agency called Blazing. You might not know who we are, but you will certainly have heard of the clients that we have done work for the last 27 years. And to be a woman in this industry for that long is really almost unheard of because it's a dog-eat-dog world. It's a burn-and-churn business. People usually don't last longer than 18 or 24 months because you burn them out. However, Blazing has stood the test of time. And my average tenured employee is 11 years. Andi Simon: Wow. In today's world, that is amazing. Michele Bailey: And Andi, that is actually why people kept saying to me, how do you hold on to people in an industry that is just soburn-and-churn for the length of time that you do. And I will tell you, it's a few things. It's about creating an awesome culture at work. So people feel connected. They want to love and they watch each other's backs. That's the first and most important thing. It's also about appreciating and recognizing the contributions they bring, both as team members and as individuals, also very important. So I didn't know that Blazing was so special until people started saying to me, You don't lose your people. And all the people you get are through word of mouth. You don't have to use headhunters or you don't have to use hiring people. I said, No, it's all word of mouth. So that's what I was doing at Blazing. When people were asking me what I do differently, I thought, I do something differently than most people I know. I do things like setting up my goals, both personally and professionally every year. I am very clear with what I need to do, as a business owner, as a leader, as a mother, and as a friend. So what I do is, I actually broke down my life into nine categories. And this is what led to the evolution and creation of My Big Idea. My Big Idea helps people come up with their big idea. You can have work-life integration and blend. So Andi, I start every year by sitting down and answering 13 questions under reflection. What worked and what didn't work this past year. And because it's my homework for myself, I'm dead honest. Because if I'm not dead honest, I can't change, improve, or discard things that haven't been working for me. So I talk about things like, what was my biggest challenge? What was my biggest success? Who inspired me? And why? What do I need to let go of? Who do I need to let go of? Who do I need to allow in my life? Questions like that. So I start with reflection, then I go into personal goals. And I again have 10 questions I'm asking myself, and then I have a section in my workbook where I have to list at least one, but not more than three, personal goals. And it has to be about me, not my kids, not my family, it's got to be about me. I do the same for professional goals. I ask myself what I want to accomplish this year. Then I go into health and wellness goals. I go into finance and wealth goals. Then I go into relationship goals. Andi, when I created relationship goals, I never knew how impactful this would be. I actually asked people to answer the questions on relationship goals but did not set a goal. I need you to do an exercise called creating your support network. And in this exercise, I have people with professional careers, name a mentor or mentee, friends, family, and emotional support. I have a whole little grid and I start putting people's names in there. And then I look at that grid and I go through it. I have a little marker with two different colored markers, and I mark who gives me positive energy, who gives me negative energy and whose energy is neutral. So once I've identified and looked at my support network, then I go back and set my relationship goal for the year. And sometimes it gets rid of or creates strict boundaries around people who don't always want or wish the best for me. It's about keeping it real. Then I go into my refueling section. What do I need to do for myself to be the best version of me for me and everyone around me? And then I always end with my gratitude goals. I have a list and I just write people's names down. I write down the relationship to me, and what I want to thank them for. And in those relationships, aside from the gratitude goals, what I do is, I have six questions that if I answer them honestly, to the person I want to thank, I will change my relationship with them. The questions go something like this: You came into my life…, you bring me joy by..., you inspire me because..., I hope to add to our journey together..., and I want to thank you for…. I put those down, and then answer them in under five minutes. And that has impacted my relationships, both personally and professionally, like nothing else I've ever experienced. So Andi, this is why I now have The Currency of Gratitude, my book, by ForbesBooks. ForbesBooks came to me and they said, We hear you've got a different spin on gratitude. And I said, I do. And I said, please understand that I think gratitude journals are so important. And I think looking at each day, and seeing the three things you need to be most grateful for, is also very important. But I'm on a quest to teach people that if you push gratitude outside of yourself, you will have much bigger, better, stronger and sticky relationships with people in your life. So ForbesBooks said, Could you write a book about 50,000 words? I said, No, I could write in 30,000 words on how gratitude has changed my life and I hope to teach other people how gratitude can change your life. Andi Simon: So this is a journey you've been on. I'm fascinated with each step along the way. And as you're thinking about it, I'm just curious whether this has come from any kind of catalytic moment, aha moment. You know, when we were talking in advance, I said, The pressure to write a book comes from all kinds of places. Was there a particular thing that became other than ForbesBooks coming to you and saying, Would you write a book? Michele Bailey: And I didn't think it was time to tell the story. And I didn't even understand that gratitude was my brand. It was my Managing Partner, Eric Marshall, who showed me that gratitude was my brand. And it started because someone came and said, We want you to open a women's conference up in Toronto. There'll be hundreds of women there. We want you on stage to kick it off by talking about spending five minutes talking about a passion project, something you're passionate about. We want the audience to feel your passion. So I went to the office and I said to Eric, I'm going to kick off this conference. And I'm going to talk about work-life blend and integration through My Big Idea and how if you focus on those nine areas of your life, you will get clearer, and you will have a blend that works for you. So he looked at me and said, You're going to talk about My Big Idea. Yeah, that's your five minute passion. I said, absolutely. He said, I don't think so. I looked him and said, You don't think so? He said, Passion is what makes you come alive. He said, Gratitude is your passion. And he walked out of the room. I'm like, Who's he to tell me what my passion is? So you know what? I got up there. And he and I talked about gratitude. And when you do it from a source of abundance, when you have gratitude as your guiding north star, the world presents opportunities to you that you aren't even aware of. Andi Simon: So, Michele, for those who sign a gratitude diary, it's not the three things that you're grateful for each day. It's not sending a gratitude note. It's something different. Talk to us before we talk about the book. What is it that you found in the word gratitude that can flush it out for us, give it a personality beyond them. The tactical practical that we hear because this sounds like a life strategy, something that gives you richness beyond anything in particular, but something bigger and richer. Am I hearing you correctly? Michelle Bailey: Yes, and you are. For me, gratitude is about energy. Think of a ball of light. And when you give that ball of light to someone else, gratitude shows up in so many ways. You are giving energy to another person, and allowing them to receive something that you see in them. Too often, we are all so busy, we're racing. We just need to get through the next thing. When you have gratitude as an anchor, it allows magic to appear. And I'll give you a very short little story. Over the last two years, as you know, a lot of people have lost their jobs or resigned from their jobs, etc. There's a woman that I know in banking. I had lost touch with her for years, but I heard she had lost her job. And I didn't think anything of it. We'd lost touch. I got a call from her husband. How he found my number, my name, I don't know. And he called me up and he said, Michele, my wife is in a really bad way. Could you please reach out to her because she's not getting off the couch. And it's been weeks. I'll be honest, I hung up that phone, I thought, I have no time for this. And I thought to myself, a man looked for my number. He doesn't know me, himself, by calling me and saying that his wife needs help. I know she hasn't been in touch, please help her. So I reached out to her. And I didn't tell her her husband called me. I reached out and I suggested we go for a walk. She came up; I live in the country. She came out and we walked and I let silence do the lifting and I just listened. That was my act of gratitude. I just listened to her hurt, her overwhelmingness of being let go. Not knowing, I just listened. And I invited her back two weeks later. And what I did when we went on the walk is I told her all the wonderful things I saw in her, both personally and professionally in the 10 years I had known her, even though we had lost contact, and I reminded her that she is special. And there's someone out there, a corporation that's going to see that. Silence, listening, observing, and just being present with to get this woman back in a good space. And she's got a great job now. Something as simple as that, that's an act of gratitude. Andi Simon: I love it. I love it. Because anyone listening can do that. It's not like you need to go take it. But you do need to pause for a moment and think about how you can help somebody. Now I'm going to pause for a moment. So Michele has told us an amazing story that sort of has been captured now in her book. And what I'd like her to do is talk about the different chapters in the book so that this gratitude currency can come alive, even more than just the gift that she gave this lovely lady who needed a hand, but also so you can begin to hear about what gratitude can become for you, as you're dealing with all of the transformation coming out of the pandemic. And who knows whether we'll be coming back into another one. Michele, share with us the contents inside your book, please. Michele Bailey: Absolutely Andi. I am pleased to share that. So I'm showing people how, Chapter One, placing gratitude at the center of your personal brand changes relationships. And again, I talk about those questions I teach people to answer. Also about creating brand ambassadors. That's Chapter Two. Blazing has created brand ambassadors. That's why I never have to advertise for jobs. People come to me through word of mouth because of brand ambassadors. I talk about gratitude in winning business. I do not take winning business for granted. And I'm not one to win business and start going to the next piece of business. I want to win business to make sure it stays and when I lose business, and I do, I continue keeping in touch and I go back and win more business then I've lost. Chapter Four, gratitude as a means of retaining clients and customers. Almost all of Blazing business is grown through referrals. That's about retaining clients and customers. Chapter Five is about gratitude and self care. If we can't be grateful to ourselves..first big act of gratitude: be grateful and kind to yourself. Then I wrote about gratitude during times of crisis. I held back on the publishing of this book. Forbes was not too happy, because I saw gratitude unfolding during the pandemic. I needed to talk about how people show up in cooperation for other people in times of crisis. And then my last chapter is about making gratitude a habit. I have a daily planner, it's called The My Big Idea planner. And every week at a glance, I have to write about things to do personally, things to do professionally, what I need to reflect on or who I need to reflect on, and who I need to think about. As I look at my planner, right now, I see that there's five gratitude cards that I need to put out. As far as reflection, there's two people that I need to reach out to, because they need a little extra something from someone. And I've chosen that this is the week I'm going to reach out to them. So that's how I make it a habit. And it becomes a habit. Andi, it's every Sunday night, five minutes for me to set up my week so I know what I need to do. Andi Simon: Now, as you're thinking about this, think about it as if you're the audience listening in. You greatly created a personal strategy for your life. And you created the action steps to make that come alive. And you're telling us a story about how it's transformed. We'd love to know a little more about the transformation, because you didn't start doing this. This has come along in your life journey where you began to see how to build those relationships in particular ways. You know, do you have an insight in terms of who Michele is now versus where you might have been, as you were starting through all of this. Was Blazing a different kind of company before it began to have that epiphany that this was what matters? Michele Bailey: Actually, Blazing was a different company. I was focused on culture, gratitude. That was always my focus. It was all about creating an awesome culture, and to be a company where I wanted to work, because I had two previous employers, and I dreaded Mondays. So it showed me what I wanted to create. So that's creating a winning culture. I think it was about 10 years ago, when my dad died, who was my mentor. My dad was everything to me. He also lived with us, and he worked at Blazing. So when he died, I was so busy taking care of my immediate family, and then my brothers and their families all throughout the US, and then I went back to the office to take care of my team. We've been working with Dr. Fritz for years and years. Nobody was coping well with his death. For me, for three weeks I tried to get everything and everyone settled. And then I realized that I hadn't grieved, breathed this immense loss in my life. So I took a backpack and I went down to Costa Rica by myself for two weeks and off the grid, no electronics. I brought a pen and paper. I brought paints. I brought poems to read and I hiked in the rainforests of Costa Rica every day. It was only my last day there, when I sat down and I wrote a letter to my father that I began to heal. So on that plane ride home, I sat on the plane, and I made a list of all the people in my life that I needed to thank. And that's what transformed to understanding that gratitude expressed to people will really show them the impact they have on your life and tell them when they're alive. So you don't have to write a letter like I did to my dad. Andi Simon: But as you known, the gift of giving is as much a gift to ourselves as it is to somebody else, and that bond, just then, you need it. Unfortunately, that catalyst was to realize it. But what a blessing that it came to you at the right time to begin to grow to the next woman who you were becoming. Michele Bailey: It was. My father gave me a great gift. And I didn't realize how big it was. But now that I know that gift was given to me, I'm trying to teach it. others. Andi Simon: Well, it's so exciting. But we are just about ready to wrap up this beautiful podcast together. And I've so enjoyed talking with you. A couple of things you don't want the listener to forget? Michele Bailey: I want all the listeners to know that your personal and professional life are never going to be balanced. So make it integrated and blended together first. The second thing is, it takes five minutes, no more than five minutes, to answer those questions I put at the beginning, and change a relationship with someone who means the world to you. Know they can't read your mind. And the third thing is, you are always teaching people how to treat you. Peggy Gras, my mentor, has always told me that you are teaching people how to treat you. So get treated the way you want. Andi Simon: This is such an interesting, important, wonderful, I don't know the right adjective. My words are always empty when they don't really capture the beauty of your story and the mission that you're on to help the world become a much better place. I think it's a global mission at a time when we need it a lot. It's a very, very difficult time. And one was like gratitude, the relationships, the personal presence that Michele was talking about. Carefully listen to this podcast a second time and begin to think about it and even buy her book. It's a great book to begin to understand how giving gratitude is not about one way, it's about two ways and as you give, you receive, but also about how you build that life that's worth living. And you might wonder about how to blend it, or how to balance it. But at the end of the day, life and work are together. We need to live and we need to have work, so somehow we have to pull it all into place so that our families and friends and those around us all thrive. So this is a great time. Do you want to put up that book one more time? What is the name of it? And how can they buy it. Michele Bailey: The Currency of Gratitude by Michele Bailey. You can buy it on Amazon or wherever business books are sold. ForbesBooks is the publisher. Andi Simon: And ForbesBooks is very happy to promote that. So this is a great time. Let me say goodbye to all of you who come with such attention and send me great emails, info@andisimon.com. Send them along and I love your ideas. And I love the people you want me to interview. It's sharing at its best. Now my book, Rethink: Smashing The Myths of Women in Business, won the bronze Best Business Book for 2022 in the Women in Business category by Axiom. And so I'm honored. And my first book, On the Brink: A Fresh Lens to Take Your Business to New Heights, won the same award but in a different category in 2017. So writing books is a challenge. And then when it works, it's so exciting. So Michele, thank you for coming today. And for all our listeners, thank you for coming. I'll see you soon. Take care now. Bye bye.

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    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 5:12


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    The Motherkind Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 49:34


    Hi everyone, and welcome to this special Father's Day episode on the Motherkind podcast. This is the show that's going to help you navigate the massive challenges of motherhood and, this week, fatherhood with more acceptance, ease, joy, and purpose. Thanks to each and every one of you that come back every week to listen, learn and feel inspired. It's father's day here in the UK on the 19th of June. And I am so excited about this episode. It is a powerful one. My guest is Bodé Aboderin (AKA Papa B). He is a writer, speaker, businessman, and stay-at-home dad. His wife is the amazing Candice Brathwaite, who has also been on the podcast. So check out that episode, if you haven't listened to it already Bodé is on a mission. He says we need a new way of thinking about masculinity and fatherhood. And he says it's vital that men unpack their beliefs about what it means to be a man and a father or else they risk perpetuating this old really stifling idea of masculinity. Bodé's story is one of transformation. He shares how he used to believe being a man meant, earning more, not showing his feelings and having this unpenetrable mask of masculinity. Hitting rock bottom, he had a breakthrough that led him to totally transform how he sees his role as a man and a father. And that is what we talk about in this episode. It is incredibly powerful and I really, really hope that this is going to be one that you're going to share with the men in your life. Within minutes of recording it, I sent it to my husband, Guy. Urging him in all caps to please listen. His new book called Fatherhood, is brilliantly written, it's relatable, it's compassionate, and it is a credible call to arms for the men in our lives. I think you're also going to cry at the gift that he would give to all fathers. If you love the podcast, please do me a favour and subscribe. It really does help. I really hope you enjoy this father's day special episode. Here it is. As always, we continue the conversation over on Instagram, so come and join us there. SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SPONSOR GYMONDO Studies show that regular exercise not only builds your physical strength, but also boosts your mood, reduces stress and increases self-esteem. I definitely know that one of the easiest ways for me to get that serotonin flowing is through exercise. So let's get more of that incredible post-exercise feeling with Gymondo. Gymondo is an online fitness and wellbeing platform with hundreds of 20 to 30-minute workouts. It works brilliantly for me with programs ranging from HIT and yoga to dance and meditation. Plus thousands of healthy recipes. Gymondo will help you make exercise a consistent part of your routine because as we all know, consistency is the key. And because Gymondo is online, it gives you the freedom and flexibility to decide when and where you work out, which, for me, is in my living room. Start a free 14-day trial and save 50% on your annual membership by visiting gymondo.com and enter the code motherkind. ABOUT BODÉ ABODERIN (AKA PAPA B) Bodé Aboderin (AKA Papa B) is a writer, speaker, businessman and stay-at-home dad. Through social media, speaking engagements and his writing, Bode is on a mission to communicate his rapidly changing beliefs on fatherhood and masculinity in real-time following his recent conversion from climbing a corporate ladder to running a household and family business. Alongside managing at home Bode, originally from Nigeria, now runs a growing media business with his wife, Candice Brathwaite, supporting and championing her plans for world domination. Bode's debut book, ‘Fatherhood by Papa B' was released in June and addresses fatherhood in such a way that is hard-working, practical and incredibly down-to-earth. The book looks at how a father's own upbringing and well-being can impact and revolutionise the relationship with their child.

    Transformed for Impact with Barrett Bowden
    43 - Rhythms of Health - The Solution: The Easy Yoke

    Transformed for Impact with Barrett Bowden

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 43:30


    Welcome back to Transformed for Impact! Are you desiring to move toward a healthier, more fruitful rhythm of life? Today we continue our training series on Rhythms of Health: Choosing Less for More, where we are exploring a biblical roadmap for staying emotionally healthy and spiritually alive in the chaos of the modern world. We are using John Mark Comer's book "The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry" throughout the summer, and each week we will be tracing his compelling emotional and spiritual case against hurry in favor of a slower, simpler way of life: following the way of Jesus. We hope you enjoy part two of this study, as Micah Roeder of our ICC family helps us understand what it looks like to embrace the easy yoke of Jesus. As always, we encourage you to subscribe to TFI and leave a review, so you never miss an episode. We love you, and we hope to see you soon!

    Move Forward with Dr. Kim Maas
    Transformed for the Kingdom with Special Guest Derek Chester Brown - Season 2: Episode 59

    Move Forward with Dr. Kim Maas

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 49:10


    Derek Chester Brown lived a life riddled with substance abuse and violence with a zeal to acquire wealth by any means necessary. The world marked his life until the Lord marked Derek for the Kingdom of God. Derek shares his radical testimony from being a gangster to becoming a sold-out lover of Jesus Christ. His testimony will encourage and inspire listeners to move forward into all that God has called them to, no matter the circumstances in their lives. Derek Chester-Brown is now part of the Apostolic team of New Covenant Ministries International (NCMI). He was ordained in 2010 and is currently the Senior Pastor of Lighthouse Church Secunda, in South Africa. Transformation | Faith | Healing | Scripture | Derek Chester Brown | Spiritual Gifts |Testimony| Equipping | Prophecy | Kim Maas |The Way of the Kingdom | Prophetic Community

    PBS NewsHour - Segments
    How an artist transformed his work after an accident on the job

    PBS NewsHour - Segments

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 9:12


    What happens to an artist when one of the very tools he uses -- his hands -- are changed in an instant? Jeffrey Brown visited a sculptor in New York's Hudson Valley, who has had to pivot on how he does his art, and the kind of art creates. The story is part of our coverage of the intersection of medicine and arts, and our ongoing arts and culture series, "CANVAS." PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

    Wretched Radio
    JUST SAY NO TO SIN

    Wretched Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 54:57


    There are two words that will help you overcome sin, “dog vomit.” Yes, you read that correctly. Wretched Radio | Air Date: June 13, 2022 https://media-wretched.org/Radio/Podcast/WR2022-0613.mp3 Segment 1 John, from season one of Transformed, struggles with assurance. Lack of assurance is the most common malady in the Church today. Peter and his denial of Christ […] The post JUST SAY NO TO SIN appeared first on Wretched.

    The Daily Swole
    #2229 - ”My Life Has Been Completely Transformed”

    The Daily Swole

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 4:06


    Today's member spotlight is from Ron. Keep crushing it dude, the SwoleFam is proud of you!   As a member you get access to our weekly LIVE Accountability Meetings and ALL private live-streams including OVERTIME segments and SwoleFam Round Table events.   Join The SwoleFam Download The 7 Pillars Ebook Watch The Daily Swole APPAREL - Use code "DAILYSWOLE" for 10% off Try A Swolega Class From Inside Swolenormous X Get Your Free $10 In Bitcoin   Questions? Email Us: Support@Swolenormous.com