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Nazareth Community Church
Unselfish Enough to Serve

Nazareth Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 49:44


Sunday Morning Sermon with Pastor Mike Shoaf

The Trinity Baptist Church Podcast
The Joy Of Unselfish Service

The Trinity Baptist Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 30:53


Surprised by Joy Philippians 2:12-18 Air date: 07_17_22

Miami Valley Church
Morning Minute | Unselfish

Miami Valley Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 1:14


Dr. Tim Cox | Miami Valley Church

The Dude Therapist
How be create Thrivers and Unselfish Kids w/ Dr. Michele Borba

The Dude Therapist

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 39:50


Michele Borba, Ed. D., is the author of UnSelfie: Why Empathetic Kids Succeed in Our All-About-Me World and is an internationally renowned educational psychologist, and an expert in parenting, resilience, and character development. A sought-after motivational speaker, she has spoken in 19 countries on five continents and served as a consultant tohundreds of schools and corporations including Sesame Street, Harvard, U.S. Air Force Academy, 18 US Army bases in Europe and the Asian-Pacific, H.R.H. the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, a TEDx Talk: “Empathy Is a Verb” and is the recipient of Sanford N. McDonnell Award for Lifetime Achievement in Character Education. She offers realistic, research-based advice culled from a career working with over one million parents and educators worldwide. Dr. Borba is a regular NBC contributor who appears regularly on Today and has been featured as a parenting expert on Dateline, The View, Dr. Phil, NBC Nightly News, Fox & Friends, Dr. Oz, and The Early Show, among many others. She lives in Palm Springs, California, with her husband, and is the mother of three grown sons.Support the show

Upon Further Review
UFR 1492 SEG 1 AN UNSELFISH ROYALS WIN

Upon Further Review

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 10:59


Believe His Prophets
Christian Service 24 Part 2 (P. 237-249)

Believe His Prophets

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022


Chapter 24 Part 2—Qualifications for Successful Christian Service Dexterity It is the duty of every Christian to acquire habits of order, thoroughness, and dispatch. There is no excuse for slow bungling at work of any character. When one is always at work, and the work is never done, it is because mind and heart are not put into the labor. The one who is slow, and who works at a disadvantage, should realize that these are faults to be corrected. He needs to exercise his mind in planning how to use the time so as to secure the best results. By tact and method, some will accomplish as much work in five hours as another does in ten. Some who are engaged in domestic labor are always at work, not because they have so much to do, but because they do not plan so as to save time. By their slow, dilatory ways, they make much work out of very little. But all who will may overcome these fussy, lingering habits. In their work let them have a definite aim. Decide how long a time is required for a given task, and then bend every effort toward accomplishing the work in a given time. The exercise of the will power will make the hands move deftly.—Christ's Object Lessons, 344.The service of Christ demands prompt obedience.—The Southern Watchman, August 9, 1904 (The Review and Herald, April 24, 1900).The Lord demands that in His servants shall be found a spirit that is quick to feel the value of souls, quick to discern the duties to be done, quick to respond to the obligations that the Lord lays upon them.—Testimonies for the Church 9:123.Industry in a God-appointed duty is an important part of true religion. Men should seize circumstances as God's instruments with which to work His will. Prompt and decisive action at the right time will gain glorious triumphs, while delay and neglect result in failure and dishonor to God.—Prophets and Kings, 676. Maintain High Standards Many who are qualified to do excellent work accomplish little because they attempt little. Thousands pass through life as if they had no great object for which to live, no high standard to reach. One reason of this is the low estimate which they place upon themselves. Christ paid an infinite price for us, and according to the price paid He desires us to value ourselves.—Gospel Workers, 291.Throughout His life on earth, Jesus was an earnest and constant worker. He expected much; therefore He attempted much.—The Desire of Ages, 72.Those who are engaged in service for the Master need an experience much higher, deeper, broader, than many have yet thought of having. Many who are already members of God's great family know little of what it means to behold His glory, and to be changed from glory to glory. Many have a twilight perception of Christ's excellence, and their hearts thrill with joy. They long for a fuller, deeper sense of the Saviour's love. Let these cherish every desire of the soul after God.—Gospel Workers, 274.To our ministers, physicians, teachers, and all others engaged in any line of service for the Master, I have a message to bear. The Lord bids you to come up higher, to reach a holier standard. You must have an experience much deeper than you have yet even thought of having. Many who are already members of God's great family know little of what it means to behold His glory, and to be changed from glory to glory. Many of you have a twilight perception of Christ's excellence, and your souls thrill with joy. You long for a fuller, deeper sense of the Saviour's love. You are unsatisfied. But do not despair. Give to Jesus the heart's best and holiest affections. Treasure every ray of light. Cherish every desire of the soul after God. Give yourselves the culture of spiritual thoughts and holy communings. You have seen by the first rays of the early dawn of His glory. As you follow on to know the Lord, you will know that His going forth is prepared as the morning. “The path of the righteous is as the light of dawn, that shineth more and more unto the perfect day.” Having repented of our sins, confessed them, and found pardon, we are to continue to learn of Christ, until we come into the full noontide of a perfect gospel faith.—Testimonies for the Church 8:317, 318. Prudence and Forethought While Nehemiah implored the help of God, he did not fold his own hands, feeling that he had no more care or responsibility in the bringing about of his purpose to restore Jerusalem. With admirable prudence and forethought he proceeded to make all the arrangements necessary to insure the success of the enterprise. Every movement was marked with great caution.—The Southern Watchman, March 15, 1904.The example of this holy man [Nehemiah] should be a lesson to all the people of God, that they are not only to pray in faith, but to work with diligence and fidelity. How many difficulties we encounter, how often we hinder the working of Providence in our behalf, because prudence, forethought, and painstaking are regarded as having little to do with religion! This is a grave mistake. It is our duty to cultivate and to exercise every power that will render us more efficient workers for God. Careful consideration and well-matured plans are as essential to the success of sacred enterprises today as in the time of Nehemiah.—The Southern Watchman, March 15, 1904. How to Counteract Discouragement The servants of the Lord must expect every kind of discouragement. They will be tried, not only by the anger, contempt, and cruelty of enemies, but by the indolence, inconsistency, lukewarmness, and treachery of friends and helpers ... Even some who seem to desire the work of God to prosper, will yet weaken the hands of His servants by hearing, reporting, and half believing the slanders, boasts, and menaces of their adversaries.... Amid great discouragements, Nehemiah made God his trust; and here is our defense. A remembrance of what the Lord has done for us will prove a support in every danger. “He that spared not His own Son, but delivered Him up for us all, how shall He not with Him also freely give us all things?” And “if God be for us, who can be against us?” However craftily the plots of Satan and his agents may be laid, God can detect them, and bring to naught all their counsels.—The Southern Watchman, April 19, 1904.Those who, standing in the forefront of the conflict, are impelled by the Holy Spirit to do a special work will frequently feel a reaction when the pressure is removed. Despondency may shake the most heroic faith, and weaken the most steadfast will. But God understands, and He still pities and loves. He reads the motives and the purposes of the heart. To wait patiently, to trust when everything looks dark, is the lesson that the leaders in God's work need to learn. Heaven will not fail them in their day of adversity. Nothing is apparently more helpless, yet really more invincible, than the soul that feels its nothingness, and relies wholly on God.—Prophets and Kings, 174, 175.The Lord calls for soldiers who will not fail nor be discouraged; but who will accept the work with all its disagreeable features. He would have us all take Christ for our pattern.—The Review and Herald, July 17, 1894.Those who today teach unpopular truths need not be discouraged if at times they meet with no more favorable reception, even from those who claim to be Christians, than did Paul and his fellow workers from the people among whom they labored. The messengers of the cross must arm themselves with watchfulness and prayers, and move forward with faith and courage, working always in the name of Jesus.—The Acts of the Apostles, 230. Gentleness The spirit that is kept gentle under provocation will speak more effectively in favor of the truth than will any argument, however forcible.—The Desire of Ages, 353.As the dew and the still showers fall upon the withering plants, so let words fall gently when seeking to win men from error. God's plan is first to reach the heart. We are to speak the truth in love, trusting in Him to give it power for the reforming of the life. The Holy Spirit will apply to the soul the word that is spoken in love.—The Ministry of Healing, 157.A tender spirit, a gentle, winning deportment, may save the erring, and hide a multitude of sins. The revelation of Christ in your own character will have a transforming power upon all with whom you come in contact. Let Christ be daily made manifest in you, and He will reveal through you the creative energy of His words,—a gentle, persuasive, yet mighty influence to re-create other souls in the beauty of the Lord our God.—Thoughts From the Mount of Blessing, 129. Impartiality So long as he lived among men, our Saviour shared the lot of the poor. He knew by experience their cares and hardships, and He could comfort and encourage all humble workers. Those who have a true conception of the teaching of His life, will never feel that a distinction must be made between classes, that the rich are to be honored above the worthy poor.—The Desire of Ages, 73.When you turn from those who seem unpromising and unattractive, do you realize that you are neglecting the souls for whom Christ is seeking? At the very time when you turn from them, they may be in the greatest need of your compassion. In every assembly for worship, there are souls longing for rest and peace. They may appear to be living careless lives, but they are not insensible to the influence of the Holy Spirit. Many among them might be won for Christ.—Christ's Object Lessons, 191.The gospel invitation is not to be narrowed down, and presented only to a select few, who, we suppose, will do us honor if they accept it. The message is to be given to all. Wherever hearts are open to receive the truth, Christ is ready to instruct them.—The Desire of Ages, 194. Honesty-Faithfulness-Industry When responsibilities are to be intrusted to an individual, the question is not asked whether he is eloquent or wealthy, but whether he is honest, faithful, and industrious; for whatever may be his accomplishments, without these qualifications he is utterly unfit for any position of trust.—Testimonies for the Church 4:413. Unselfishness Christ's work is to be our example. Constantly He went about doing good. In the temple and the synagogues, in the streets of the cities, in the marketplace and the workshop, by the seaside and among the hills, He preached the gospel and healed the sick. His life was one of unselfish service, and it is to be our lesson book. His tender, pitying love rebukes our selfishness and heartlessness.—Testimonies for the Church 9:31.The motive that prompts us to work for Lord should have in it nothing akin to self-serving. Unselfish devotion and a spirit of sacrifice have always been and always will be the first requisite of acceptable service. Our Lord and Master designs that not one thread of selfishness shall be woven into His work. Into our efforts we are to bring the tact and skill, the exactitude and wisdom, that the God of perfection required of the builders of the earthly tabernacle; yet in all our labors we are to remember that the greatest talents or the most splendid services are acceptable only when self is laid upon the altar, a living, consuming sacrifice.—Prophets and Kings, 65.Of all the people in the world, reformers should be the most unselfish, the most kind, the most courteous. In their lives should be seen the true goodness of unselfish deeds.—The Ministry of Healing, 157. Cease to Worry Things will go wrong because of unconsecrated workers. You may shed tears over the result of this; but don't worry. The blessed Master has all His work from end to end under His masterly supervision. All He asks is that the workers shall come to Him for their orders, and obey His directions. Everything—our churches, our missions, our Sabbath schools, our institutions—is carried upon His divine heart. Why worry? The intense longing to see the church a living and shining light as God designs it shall be, must be tempered with entire trust in God.—The Review and Herald, November 14, 1893.Cultivate restfulness, and commit the keeping of your souls unto God as unto a faithful Creator. He will keep that which is committed to His trust. He is not pleased to have us cover His altar with our tears and complaints. You have enough to praise God for already, if you do not see another soul converted. But the good work will go on if you will only go forward, and not be trying to adjust everything to your own ideas. Let the peace of God rule in your hearts, and be ye thankful. Let the Lord have room to work. Do not block His way. He can and will work if we will let Him.—Testimonies for the Church 9:136. Bear the Divine Credentials God can use every person just in proportion as He can put His Spirit into the soul temple. The work that He will accept is the work that reflects His image. His followers are to bear, as their credentials to the world, the ineffaceable characteristics of His immortal principles.—Testimonies for the Church 7:144.Christ's name was to be their watchword, their badge of distinction, their bond of union, the authority of their course of action, and the source of their success. Nothing was to be recognized in His kingdom that did not bear His name and superscription.—The Acts of the Apostles, 28. Minutemen Be faithful minutemen, to show forth the praises of Him who hath called you out of darkness into His marvelous light.—The Review and Herald, January 24, 1893.God's servants should be minutemen, ever ready to move as fast as His providence opens the way. Any delay on their part gives time for Satan to work to defeat them.—Patriarchs and Prophets, 423.His commandment-keeping people are to stand constantly in readiness for service.—Testimonies for the Church 8:247.Those who are really representatives of Christ are working for the good of others. They delight in advancing the cause of God both at home and abroad. They are seen and heard, and their influence is felt, at the prayer meeting. They will try to supply the place of the minister, whose labors they cannot have. They do not seek to exalt self, or to receive credit for doing a great work, but labor humbly, meekly, faithfully, doing small errands or doing a greater work, if necessary, because Christ has done so much for them.—The Review and Herald, September 6, 1881. Brave and True What the church needs in these days of peril, is an army of workers who, like Paul, have educated themselves for usefulness, who have a deep experience in the things of God, and who are filled with earnestness and zeal. Sanctified, self-sacrificing men are needed; men who will not shun trial and responsibility; men who are brave and true; men in whose hearts Christ is formed “the hope of glory,” and who, with lips touched with holy fire, will “preach the word.” For want of such workers the cause of God languishes, and fatal errors, like a deadly poison, taint the morals and blight the hopes of a large part of the human race.—The Acts of the Apostles, 507.By aggressive warfare, in the midst of opposition, peril, loss, and human suffering, the work of soul-saving is to be carried forward. At a certain battle, when one of the regiments of the attacking force was being beaten back by the hordes of the enemy, the ensign in front stood his ground as the troops retreated. The captain shouted to him to bring back the colors, but the reply of the ensign was, “Bring the men up to the colors!” This is the work that devolves upon every faithful standard-bearer,—to bring the men up to the colors. The Lord calls for whole-heartedness. We all know that the sin of many professing Christians is that they lack the courage and energy to bring themselves and those connected with them up to the standard.—Testimonies for the Church 9:45, 46.God cannot use men who, in time of peril, when the strength, courage, and influence of all are needed, are afraid to take a firm stand for the right. He calls for men who will do faithful battle against wrong, warring against principalities and powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. It is to such as these that He will speak the words: “Well done, good and faithful servant.”—Prophets and Kings, 142.God calls for men like Elijah, Nathan, and John the Baptist,—men who will bear His message with faithfulness, regardless of the consequences; men who will speak the truth bravely, though it call for the sacrifice of all they have.—Prophets and Kings, 142. Shepherdly Care The shepherd who discovers that one of his sheep is missing, does not look carelessly upon the flock that is safely housed, and say, “I have ninety and nine, and it will cost me too much trouble to go in search of the straying one. Let him come back, and I will open the door of the sheepfold, and let him in.” No; no sooner does the sheep go astray than the shepherd is filled with grief and anxiety. He counts and recounts the flock. When he is sure that one sheep is lost, he slumbers not. He leaves the ninety and nine within the fold; and goes in search of the straying sheep. The darker and more tempestuous the night, and the more perilous the way, the greater is the shepherd's anxiety, and the more earnest his search. He makes every effort to find that one lost sheep.With what relief he hears in the distance its first faint cry. Following the sound, he climbs the steepest heights, he goes to the very edge of the precipice, at the risk of his own life. Thus he searches, while the cry, growing fainter, tells him that his sheep is ready to die. At last his effort is rewarded; the lost is found. Then he does not scold it because it has caused him so much trouble. He does not drive it with a whip. He does not even try to lead it home. In his joy he takes the trembling creature upon his shoulders; if it is bruised and wounded, he gathers it in his arms, pressing it close to his bosom, that the warmth of his own heart may give it life. With gratitude that his search has not been in vain, he bears it back to the fold.—Christ's Object Lessons, 187, 188. Humility In choosing men and women for His service, God does not ask whether they possess learning or eloquence or worldly wealth. He asks: “Do they walk in such humility that I can teach them My way? Can I put My words into their lips? Will they represent Me?”—Testimonies for the Church 7:144.In trying to help the poor, the despised, the forsaken, do not work for them mounted on the stilts of your dignity and superiority, for in this way you will accomplish nothing.—Testimonies for the Church 6:277.That which will make our churches vigorous and successful in their efforts, is not bustle, but quiet, humble work; not parade and bombast, but patient, prayerful, persevering effort.—Testimonies for the Church 5:130.The humiliation of defeat often proves a blessing by showing us our inability to do the will of God without His aid.—Patriarchs and Prophets, 633.The talents of the humble cottager are needed in the house-to-house labor, and can accomplish more in this work than brilliant gifts.—Testimonies for the Church 9:37, 38.All heaven is interested in this work that God's messengers are carrying forward in the world, in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth. This is a great work, brethren and sisters, and we should humble ourselves daily before God, and not feel that our wisdom is perfect. We should take hold of the work with earnestness. We should not pray for God to humble us; for when God takes hold of us, He will humble us in a way that we would not enjoy. But we must day by day humble ourselves under the mighty hand of God. We are to work out our own salvation with fear and with trembling. While it is God that works in us to will and to do of His own good pleasure, we are to co-operate with Him while He works through us.—The Review and Herald, July 12, 1887.We are to strive to enter in at the strait gate. But this gate does not swing loosely on its hinges. It will not admit doubtful characters. We must now strive for eternal life with an intensity that is proportionate to the value of the prize before us. It is not money or lands or position, but the possession of a Christlike character, that will open to us the gates of Paradise. It is not dignity, it is not intellectual attainments, that will win for us the crown of immortality. Only the meek and lowly ones, who have made God their efficiency, will receive this gift.—The Southern Watchman, April 16, 1903 (The Central Advance, April 8, 1903).When you return from doing missionary work, do not praise yourself, but exalt Jesus; lift up the cross of Calvary.—Testimonies for the Church 5:596.Before honor is humility. To fill a high place before men, Heaven chooses the worker who, like John the Baptist, takes a lowly place before God. The most childlike disciple is the most efficient in labor for God. The heavenly intelligences can co-operate with him who is seeking, not to exalt self, but to save souls.—The Desire of Ages, 436. Temperate Would that every child of God might be impressed with the necessity of being temperate in his eating, dressing, and working, that he may do the best work for the cause of God. When the laborer has been under a pressure of work and care, and is overworked in mind and body, he should turn aside and rest awhile, not for selfish gratification, but that he may be better prepared for future duties. We have a vigilant foe, who is ever upon our track, to take advantage of every weakness, that he may make his temptations effective for evil. When the mind is overstrained and the body enfeebled, he can take advantage, and press the soul with his fiercest temptations, that he may cause the downfall of the child of God. Let the laborer for God carefully husband his strength; and when wearied with toil that must come upon him, let him turn aside and rest and commune with Jesus.—The Review and Herald, November 14, 1893.The misuse of our physical powers shortens the period of time in which our lives can be used for the glory of God. And it unfits us to accomplish the work God has given us to do. By allowing ourselves to form wrong habits, by keeping late hours, by gratifying appetite at the expense of health, we lay the foundation for feebleness. By neglecting physical exercise, by overworking mind or body, we unbalance the nervous system. Those who thus shorten their lives unfit themselves for service by disregarding nature's laws, are guilty of robbery toward God. And they are robbing their fellow men also. The opportunity of blessing others, the very work for which God sent them into the world, has by their own course of action been cut short. And they have unfitted themselves to do even that which in a briefer period of time they might have accomplished. The Lord holds us guilty when by our injurious habits we thus deprive the world of good.—Christ's Object Lessons, 346, 347.Our God is ever merciful, full of compassion, and reasonable in all His requirements. He does not require that we shall pursue a course of action that will result in the loss of our health or the enfeeblement of our powers of mind. He would not have us work under a pressure and strain until exhaustion follows, and prostration of the nerves. The Lord has given us reason, and He expects that we shall exercise reason, and act in harmony with the laws of life implanted within us, obeying them that we may have a well-balanced organization. Day follows day, and each day brings its responsibilities and duties, but the work of tomorrow must not be crowded into today. The workers in the cause of God should feel how sacred is its character, and they should prepare themselves for tomorrow's work by a judicious employment of their powers today.—The Review and Herald, November 7, 1893. Rest and Reflection The disciples of Jesus needed to be educated as to how they should labor, and how they should rest. Today there is need that God's chosen workmen should listen to the command of Christ to go apart and rest awhile. Many valuable lives have been sacrificed, that need not have been, through ignorance of this command.... Though the harvest is great and the laborers are few, nothing is gained by sacrificing health and life.... There are many feeble, worn workmen who feel deeply distressed when they see how much there is to be done, and how little they can do. How they long for physical strength to accomplish more; but it is to this class that Jesus says, “Come ye yourselves apart into a desert place, and rest awhile.”—The Review and Herald, November 7, 1893.The Christian life is not made up of unceasing activity, or of continual meditation. Christians must work earnestly for the salvation of the lost, and they must also take time for contemplation, for prayer, and the study of the Word of God. It will not do to be always under the strain of the work and excitement, for in this way personal piety is neglected, and the powers of mind and body are injured.—The Review and Herald, November 7, 1893.All who are under the training of God need the quiet hour for communion with their own hearts, with nature, and with God. In them is to be revealed a life that is not in harmony with the world, its customs, or its practices; and they need to have a personal experience in obtaining a knowledge of the will of God. We must individually hear Him speaking to the heart. When every other voice is hushed, and in quietness we wait before Him, the silence of the soul makes more distinct the voice of God. He bids us, “Be still, and know that I am God.” This is the effectual preparation for all labor for God. Amidst the hurrying throng, and the strain of life's intense activities, he who is thus refreshed, will be surrounded with an atmosphere of light and peace. He will receive a new endowment of both physical and mental strength. His life will breathe out a fragrance, and will reveal a divine power that will reach men's hearts.—The Ministry of Healing, 58.

The DA Show
Seventy-Fixer: Unselfish James?

The DA Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 44:35


HOUR 3: Is Harden revamping his image? Erica is Stunned to a News. A 4th of July history lesson with Mraz.  Is the Cheez-It craze overrated?

Selfishness on SermonAudio
Selfish or Unselfish

Selfishness on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 38:00


A new MP3 sermon from Emmanuel Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Selfish or Unselfish Subtitle: Hebrews Speaker: Rev Malcolm Watts Broadcaster: Emmanuel Church Event: Sunday - AM Date: 10/24/1999 Bible: Hebrews 13:3 Length: 38 min.

Eastside Church of Christ, Singapore
[Recorded Live/Sermon] One Who Strives To Be Loving and Unselfish

Eastside Church of Christ, Singapore

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 37:54


Sermon on 29 May 2022. Weekly livestream of our worship services is available at https://www.eastsidecocsg.org/live-stream

Murph & Mac Podcast
Paulie's Podcast 5/26: Dubs Unselfish Play, Giants Power Surge, Joey Bart, Top Gun 2022 & More!

Murph & Mac Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 55:00


Paulie, Creative Tony and Shannon Koehler of The Stone Foxes gather to discuss Dubs dominance, the Giants power bonanza lately, Joey Bart's struggles, Ray Liotta's passing, Steven Tyler's rehab, the new Top Gun movie, and much more!  Plus, song dedications to Charles Barkley's hatred of SF.        See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The God Shot with Tara-Leigh Cobble
065 - Unselfish Love

The God Shot with Tara-Leigh Cobble

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 2:14


Tara-Leigh Cobble continues a deeper look at the joy and never ending love Jesus has for us. Tara-Leigh Cobble is host of The Bible Recap podcast, and founder of the D-Group – an international network of discipleship and accountability groups. You can find out more at https://www.mydgroup.org/.    Presented by HOPE ON DEMAND. Life can be hard and overwhelming, and you might not always know what to do. Through videos, podcasts and blogs, we help connect you more deeply with God so you can live with hope. You can read, watch and listen at hopeondemand.com.

Paulie's Podcast
5/26: Dubs Unselfish Play, Giants Power Surge, Joey Bart's Struggles, Top Gun 2022, & More

Paulie's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 55:00


Paulie, Creative Tony and Shannon Koehler of The Stone Foxes gather to discuss Dubs dominance, the Giants power bonanza lately, Joey Bart's struggles, Ray Liotta's passing, Steven Tyler's rehab, the new Top Gun movie, and much more!  Plus, song dedications to Charles Barkley's hatred of SF.        See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KNBR Podcast
5/26: Dubs Unselfish Play, Giants Power Surge, Joey Bart's Struggles, Top Gun 2022, & More

KNBR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 55:00


Paulie, Creative Tony and Shannon Koehler of The Stone Foxes gather to discuss Dubs dominance, the Giants power bonanza lately, Joey Bart's struggles, Ray Liotta's passing, Steven Tyler's rehab, the new Top Gun movie, and much more!  Plus, song dedications to Charles Barkley's hatred of SF.        See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KNBR Podcast
Paulie's Podcast 5/26: Dubs Unselfish Play, Giants Power Surge, Joey Bart, Top Gun 2022 & More!

KNBR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 55:00


Paulie, Creative Tony and Shannon Koehler of The Stone Foxes gather to discuss Dubs dominance, the Giants power bonanza lately, Joey Bart's struggles, Ray Liotta's passing, Steven Tyler's rehab, the new Top Gun movie, and much more!  Plus, song dedications to Charles Barkley's hatred of SF.        See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Rime Buddhist Center Dharma Talks
Muditā - Unselfish Joy in the Experience of Others.mp3

Rime Buddhist Center Dharma Talks

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 20:46


Dharma talk given by Luis Flores May 22, 2022. Music by Barefoot Bran Music.

First United Methodist Church Opelika
Saved People Serve People (Ephesians 2:1-10), Nolan Donald

First United Methodist Church Opelika

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 33:13


Pastor Nolan continues the Unselfish series by showing how a heart of service is tied to a transformed heart.

Burnt Hickory | Sermons
Why It Never Seems To Be Enough

Burnt Hickory | Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 42:15


Most people don't even know where Haggai is in the bible, but this short scripture offers a lot of wisdom and instruction for life. Living sacrificially is a counter cultural way of life, but it's the life we are called to by the Spirit. But the extent or size of that sacrifice isn't an indication of God's acceptance, it's more about our intentions and placing God's pleasure above the desire for our own. The sacrifice has to actually cost us something. The prerequisite for receiving the blessings of God is that we have to become the people of God, and when we seek Him first, He will add to us. What does a life of sacrifice look like? How are you living in light of this? What are some things that you are placing above God that you need to reprioritize? As always, we'd love to connect with you, answer any questions, and pray with you – just reach out today! Burnthickory.com/next

Raised with Jesus
WELS Marriage Moments 32: Love is Unselfish

Raised with Jesus

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 2:13


Show Notes Contact the Podcast: RWJPodcast@gmail.com or www.raisedwithjesus.com/podcast  Click here to find a nearby congregation or church home.   yearbook.wels.net All rights reserved. Content used at this podcast comes from a variety of locations & sources.   Casting Nets Podcast: RSS  Apple Podcasts  Google Podcasts https://castingnets.fireside.fm/?fbclid=IwAR0yN6CJnRXxH-YOaVy9bOIZANbaFAGQThlTCuleyLg5sSAtdU3SMM9lAaY  Contact Casting Nets: castingnetspod@gmail.com  Impact Podcast - St. Andrew, Middleton WI https://st-andrew-online.org/impact/  RSS Link: https://feeds.libsyn.com/314675/rss  Prince of Peace - Thousand Oaks, CA https://www.princeofpeaceto.com  https://www.youtube.com/c/PrinceofPeaceTO/featured  Water of Life Lutheran Church - Caledonia & Racine, WI https://www.wateroflifelutheran.com  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcICs1dldnmZ-rcBqs4QtVQ  Life Challenges Podcast https://christianliferesources.com/life-challenges-podcast/  St. Paul Lutheran Church - Ottawa, ON, Canada https://www.stpaulottawa.org/  https://www.youtube.com/c/StPaulOttawa  His Word 360 (WLS Prof. Rev. Stephen Geiger) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd542RpYW_KSrkEBUSNw-Lg  WELS Streams: https://www.youtube.com/c/welsstreams  WELS Congregational Services: https://vimeo.com/welscongserve  https://vimeo.com/wels  Through My Bible readings by Rev. Martin Spriggs.  Audio accessed at https://wels.net/serving-you/bible/through-my-bible-archive/  Produced 2022 by Pastor Hagen: pastorhagen@icloud.com or (419) 262-8280  Music from Joseph McDade: https://josephmcdade.com #raisedwithjesus #lutheran #sanctification #toledome #toledo #welstoledo #jesus #bible #podcast #dailyjesus #jesusdaily #rwjpodcast #jesusfortoledo  Resurrection - Maumee: Family Bible Hour at 10:15 AM, Worship on Sundays at 9 AM & 11 AM 2250 S. Holland Sylvania Rd - Maumee, OH Contact RWJ: RWJPodcast@gmail.com (419) 262-8280 CCLI Copyright License 11582729 and Streaming License 20003552 

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Sholom Bayis and important life topics
Ep. 305 - (FI # 53) Healing your marriage, healing yourself. (kindness & being unselfish)

Sholom Bayis and important life topics

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 23:40


Email address for feedback, questions, and insights is sholombayis777@gmail.com

The Daily Mastermind
The Stoic Secrets to Life: Perspective, Action & Determination

The Daily Mastermind

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 14:34


I recently reread an amazing book by Ryan Holiday called, the Obstacle is the Way.  I want you to pick up a copy when you get a chance.  Ryan is a multiple times best-selling author and someone that has a unique perspective on life and business based on the idea of Stoicism which you've probably heard about if you listen to Tim Ferris or any current Entrepreneur Crushing it now days. I want to share with you an important principle today that I feel will set you up for success over the coming weeks.  It is the principle of Perspective, Action, and Determination. The Key to Overcoming Obstacles lies in a message from Marcus Aurelius: Objective judgement, now at this very moment. Unselfish action, now at this very moment. Willing acceptance-now at this very moment-of all external events. That's all you need. Thanks for listening today.  I look forward to talking again tomorrow. George Wright III  Don't Forget to check out the BRAND-NEW Revenue Mastery Event.  I would love for you to attend and spend a couple days with myself and my Business Partner in SLC June 2nd and 3rd. Mastermind Members receive 50% discount on tickets (use promo code “Mastermind50”) EVENT INFO

Ministry Magazine Podcast
No Limits! The power and joys of unselfish ministry — Jerry N. Page

Ministry Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 19:41


Personal stories of struggles with selfishness and pride, and testimonies of how God came through to reveal the power and joys of unselfish ministry.

Shine Podcast with Shanna Star
Why sharing your gifts is the most unselfish thing you can do

Shine Podcast with Shanna Star

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 13:38


Who are we to say who needs the gifts and talents and knowledge that we have. How often do we shrink back because we're unsure how it'll be received, or that it's already known, it's been put in the world maybe it seems like it's not important, but there's someone who needs how YOU introduce it, how YOU show up, and how YOU teach. Do you look as each day as a precious contribution to your future or content with meandering aimlessly. I know FAR too many women who think a little time for themselves, doing the thing they love, the thing that brings them joy is fully just a luxury with time they don't have. It's sometimes even looked down upon (mostly from other women) if another woman shares the the thing she love. Baking, working out, gardening, building business- you name it. Instead finding ourselves rewarding women being too busy for small joys, too worried about others to even think of herself, putting all others and never herself for fear of.. selfishness. Support the show

True Dominion Ministries
Day 33 Vision Is Unselfish

True Dominion Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 12:01


Day 33 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/true-dominion-ministries/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/true-dominion-ministries/support

The UCB Word For Today
The benefits of being unselfish

The UCB Word For Today

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 2:06


Unselfishness does three things for you: 1) It improves the quality of your life. It gives you an appreciation for life and a comprehension of its higher values. Seeing people in need and giving to meet those needs sets a lot of things into perspective. One leader writes: ‘There is no life as empty as the self-centred life. There is no life as centred as the self-empty life.' If you want to enhance your world, focus your attention on assisting others. 2) It makes you part of something greater than yourself. In the mid-1980s, Merck & Company, the global pharmaceutical corporation, developed a medication to cure river blindness, a disease that infects and causes blindness in millions of people, mainly in developing countries. While it was a good product, potential customers couldn't afford it. So, what did Merck do? It produced the drug anyway and announced that it would give it free to anyone who needed it. As a result, they gave away more than 250 million tablets. George W. Merck says, ‘We try never to forget that medicine is for the people. It's not for the profits. The profits follow, and if we have remembered that, they have never failed to appear.' The lesson to learn? Simple. Instead of attempting to be great, be part of something greater than yourself. 3) It creates a legacy. Jack Balousek, former president of True North Communications, said, ‘Learn, earn, return – these are the three phases of life.' When you think unselfishly and invest in others, you gain the opportunity to create a legacy that will outlive you. And that should be your goal.

Building Hope With Purple Thoughts

Justina Page is an international speaker and natural storyteller who speaks with a bold and refreshing honesty that touches the hearts of audiences. Her speeches unfold with a combination of humor, insightful observation and wisdom, as well as practical application. Justina is a woman whose faith was tested by fire. She now inspires audiences across the country with a powerful message of hope and triumph. She is the author of the award-winning book, The Circle of Fire which tells the story of how Justina's life was changed forever when fire swept through her home, March 7, 1999. The loss of her 22-month-old twin son, Amos, the severe and lasting injuries of her other twin son, Benjamin, and her own devastating experience of third-degree burns covering 55 percent of her body affected the entire family. She is also the author of 8 other literary works. From the ashes of fire, a new hope has emerged. She is the Founder and Executive Director of The Amos House of Faith, a non-profit organization, established to provide post-burn support to children and families affected by burn trauma. She is a supporting actress in the award-winning faith-based movie We Are Stronger and the highly anticipated upcoming TV series Breaking Strongholds.

Health N Wealth World
Ep. 61 A Unselfish Person Thinks About Them Self - Less

Health N Wealth World

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 23:08


We all may want to help others more but if you cant help yourself yinou wont have the longevity to make real change.Dougie welcomes his granddaughter to the HNW World Emery Davis!

Knot Connected
Unselfish Self Care

Knot Connected

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 28:54


Dr. Crystal Brashear talks with us about how to really take care of yourself. Learn practical ways you can start today!

Raised with Jesus
WELS Marriage Moments 24: Unselfish Love

Raised with Jesus

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 2:07


Show Notes Contact the Podcast: RWJPodcast@gmail.com or www.raisedwithjesus.com/podcast  Click here to find a nearby congregation or church home.   yearbook.wels.net All rights reserved. Content used at this podcast comes from a variety of locations & sources.   Casting Nets Podcast: RSS  Apple Podcasts  Google Podcasts https://castingnets.fireside.fm/?fbclid=IwAR0yN6CJnRXxH-YOaVy9bOIZANbaFAGQThlTCuleyLg5sSAtdU3SMM9lAaY  Contact Casting Nets: castingnetspod@gmail.com  Prince of Peace - Thousand Oaks, CA https://www.princeofpeaceto.com  https://www.youtube.com/c/PrinceofPeaceTO/featured  Water of Life Lutheran Church - Caledonia & Racine, WI https://www.wateroflifelutheran.com  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcICs1dldnmZ-rcBqs4QtVQ  Life Challenges Podcast https://christianliferesources.com/life-challenges-podcast/  St. Paul Lutheran Church - Ottawa, ON, Canada https://www.stpaulottawa.org/  https://www.youtube.com/c/StPaulOttawa  WELS Streams: https://www.youtube.com/c/welsstreams  WELS Congregational Services: https://vimeo.com/welscongserve  https://vimeo.com/wels  Through My Bible readings by Rev. Martin Spriggs.  Audio accessed at https://wels.net/serving-you/bible/through-my-bible-archive/  Produced 2022 by Pastor Hagen: pastorhagen@icloud.com or (419) 262-8280  Music from Joseph McDade: https://josephmcdade.com #raisedwithjesus #lutheran #sanctification #toledome #toledo #welstoledo #jesus #bible #podcast #dailyjesus #jesusdaily #rwjpodcast #jesusfortoledo  Resurrection - Maumee: Family Bible Hour at 10:15 AM, Worship on Sundays at 9 AM & 11 AM 2250 S. Holland Sylvania Rd - Maumee, OH Contact RWJ: RWJPodcast@gmail.com (419) 262-8280 CCLI Copyright License 11582729 and Streaming License 20003552 

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Locked On Bucks – Daily Podcast On The Milwaukee Bucks
Unselfish Bobby Portis, most important non-Giannis Milwaukee Buck and Kyrie Irving to play at home

Locked On Bucks – Daily Podcast On The Milwaukee Bucks

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 37:36


Bobby Portis moved back to the bench and remains a major positive influence for the Milwaukee Bucks. Who is the most important non-Giannis Antetokounmpo player? Looking back on last season's playoff rotation. Kyrie Irving free to play at home, so what does that mean for the rest of the Eastern Conference. Kane and Camille break it all down. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! PrizePicks Check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “NBA” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Athletic Greens Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/NBANETWORK. TrueBill Don't fall for subscription scams. Start cancelling today at Truebill.com/LOCKEDONNBA. NBA TopShot NBA Top Shot's the officially licensed NFT of the NBA. Connect with a community of hundreds of thousands of NBA fans as a natural progression of fantasy sports, a way to upgrade your experience as an NBA fan.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Mount Hope Podcast
Love is Unselfish

Mount Hope Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2022 56:56


In a culture that is tailored toward personal preferences, it's easy to get caught up in a self-centered life. Love does not demand its own way, but, instead, prefers the best for someone else. Learn to walk in this kind of love that serves boldly as Pastor Kevin continues in our "Great Pursuit" series.

The UCB Word For Today
Practise being unselfish

The UCB Word For Today

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2022 2:10


Helping people brings great fulfilment. When you spend your day serving others, you can lay your head down at night and sleep soundly. And even if you have spent much of your life chasing selfish gain, it's not too late to have a change of heart. Even Charles Dickens' Scrooge discovered you can turn your life around and make a difference for others. That's what Alfred Nobel did. He was shocked when he saw his obituary in a newspaper. (His brother had died, and the editor mistakenly named Alfred instead in an uncomplimentary statement, because the explosives his company produced and profited from had killed many people.) So, Nobel vowed to spend the rest of his life promoting peace and acknowledging contributions to humanity. That's how the Nobel Prizes came into being! When you get outside of yourself and make a contribution to others, you really begin to live. Unselfishness is its own reward; it's not dependent on the response of others. This is the principle by which the apostle Paul lived: ‘I will gladly spend myself and all I have for you, even though it seems that the more I love you, the less you love me' (v. 15 NLT). When you see a four-year-old, you expect selfishness. But when you see it in a forty-year-old, it's not very attractive, is it? Of all the qualities you can pursue, unselfishness seems to make the biggest difference towards cultivating other virtues. Yes, it goes against the grain of human nature. But if you can learn to think unselfishly and become a giver, it becomes easier to develop other virtues, such as gratitude, love, respect, patience, and discipline.

Jarvis Kingston
Episode 259 - Jarvis Kingston : Be A Blessing To Others ! Stay Generous & Stay Unselfish! It's Better To Give Than Receive ! Help People !!!

Jarvis Kingston

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2022 10:26


Greed and selfishness are the main traits that we see within people nowadays. Remember God wants us to be giving and generous. Not every man for themselves and playing for keeps. In order to have a strong family or community we have to be able to share and also be sacrificial as well. God bless you and you bless others. Peace.

Angelo State Chi Alpha
Love is Unselfish

Angelo State Chi Alpha

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2022 41:17


Andrew Garza

That's The Truth Podcast
The Unselfish Gospel

That's The Truth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 20, 2022 29:07


Today's episode continues in Mark 8:21-38. Here, Jesus continues teaching His disciples preparing them for ministry. When he starts to foretell his death, they become disturbed and say it should not be so. This lesson teaches them about the bigger picture.

In Conversation with Lesley Visser

If you followed the epic battles between the Lakers and the Celtics in the 1980's, didn't you always wonder if Robert Parish (the "Chief") ever talked to Laker fan Jack Nicholson about the "Chief" in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest? They did! Parish said Nicholson once came up to him in the layup line before a game and they had a chat. Unselfish and underappreciated, Parish considered retirement from the dysfunctional Golden State Warriors before Red Auerbach engineered the blockbuster trade for him in 1980, which also included drafting Kevin McHale. Robert loved the Celtic style - rebounding, blocking shots, passing, and constantly running to get in shape. Parish said he enjoyed looking across the court in Game 5 of the Finals in 1984 and seeing Kareem Abdul Jabbar, in the 100-degree heat in Boston Garden, with no air-conditioning, sucking on an oxygen mask. All his memories are polished gems.

Inside Out with Jimi Hunt - The Mental Fitness Podcast
63. MUDITA - How to cultivate unselfish joy as an antidote to jealousy and envy...

Inside Out with Jimi Hunt - The Mental Fitness Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 12, 2022 30:37


If we're only celebrating our own successes then we're severely limiting how much joy we can experience. Mudita is a concept that can teach you how to find joy in other people's well-being and good fortune; it really is a mental fitness life hack to massively increase our levels of joy and makes the world better for everyone!

The SeedPod for Beginners
Week7B The Unselfish Goose

The SeedPod for Beginners

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2022 8:51


This week focuses on kindness and sharing. Be inspired by unselfishness from the story of Abraham and Lot as well as God's amazing creatures. Mem. vs. Gen. 12:2. Check out this week's coloring pages https://startingwithjesus.com/spb-cp/.Child helpers: Audrey and HeidiRecorded and produced by: Ashley B. LarsonDon't forget to check out the coloring pages that go along with each lesson! https://startingwithjesus.com/spb-cp/If you have enjoyed this program and would like to know more, go to our website: www.startingwithjesus.comThe Bible and nature story material used in today's devotional podcast has been used with permission from My Bible First. If you would like your own copy, please visit their website-or call 1-877-242-5317.If you would like to purchase your own Memory Verse CD or Songbook, go to Ouchita Hills Store (https://www.ouachitahillsacademy.org/store?page=1&store_category_id=0&sort_by=title&is_ascending=1&search=).If you would like to purchase the full Scripture Songs and Little Lessons CD, go to thehomeplace.org.Songs from: Little Voices Praise Him, SDA Hymnal, Sabbath Songs For Tiny Tots, New Sabbath Songs For Tiny Tots, Memory Verse Verse Songs for Cradle Roll, Children's Songs For Jesus, and Scripture Songs and Little LessonsAll Bible verses are from the NKJV.Singers for this Quarter: Tory, Caleb, and Enoch Hall, Hudson Reeves, Michael and Amy NelsonEditing assist: My hubby Josh LarsonRachel Nelson: Music Recording and EditingRachel Lamming, Lily Canada, and Evie Rodriguez: Coloring Pages Lindsey Mills: Theme Music www.lindseymillsmusic.comGod: who gives talents for us to use for Him

The SeedPod for Beginners
Week7A Unselfish Abraham

The SeedPod for Beginners

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2022 8:40


This week focuses on kindness and sharing. Be inspired by unselfishness from the story of Abraham and Lot as well as God's amazing creatures. Mem. vs. Gen. 12:2. Check out this week's coloring pages https://startingwithjesus.com/spb-cp/.Child helpers: Audrey and HeidiRecorded and produced by: Ashley B. LarsonDon't forget to check out the coloring pages that go along with each lesson! https://startingwithjesus.com/spb-cp/If you have enjoyed this program and would like to know more, go to our website: www.startingwithjesus.comThe Bible and nature story material used in today's devotional podcast has been used with permission from My Bible First. If you would like your own copy, please visit their website-or call 1-877-242-5317.If you would like to purchase your own Memory Verse CD or Songbook, go to Ouchita Hills Store (https://www.ouachitahillsacademy.org/store?page=1&store_category_id=0&sort_by=title&is_ascending=1&search=).If you would like to purchase the full Scripture Songs and Little Lessons CD, go to thehomeplace.org.Songs from: Little Voices Praise Him, SDA Hymnal, Sabbath Songs For Tiny Tots, New Sabbath Songs For Tiny Tots, Memory Verse Verse Songs for Cradle Roll, Children's Songs For Jesus, and Scripture Songs and Little LessonsAll Bible verses are from the NKJV.Singers for this Quarter: Tory, Caleb, and Enoch Hall, Hudson Reeves, Michael and Amy NelsonEditing assist: My hubby Josh LarsonRachel Nelson: Music Recording and EditingRachel Lamming, Lily Canada, and Evie Rodriguez: Coloring Pages Lindsey Mills: Theme Music www.lindseymillsmusic.comGod: who gives talents for us to use for Him

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If Nothing Else
Unselfish purpose

If Nothing Else

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2022 19:22


As leaders, we don't have the time or luxury to hoard our purpose. If we truly believe that people are our most valuable resource, we should continuously find ways to invest in them. But most importantly, celebrate when they go on to do bigger and better things. ------- Follow the IF NOTHING ELSE Podcast on Instagram: www.instagram.com/if_nothing_else_/ ------- Did something resonate with you? Do you have questions, comments, or thoughts? Would love to hear from you! Reach out to us through email: ifnothingelsetv@gmail.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ifnothingelse/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ifnothingelse/support

Dr Justin Coulson's Happy Families
#435 Teaching Kids to be Unselfish

Dr Justin Coulson's Happy Families

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2022 13:43


Topics discussed in this episode: Teaching kids manners Being selfless is easy when being selfless is fun Focusing on the good and accept that the rough stuff will exist For a happier family, try a Happy Families Membership. Because a happy family doesn't just happen. Find us on Facebook at Dr Justin Coulson's Happy Families Email us your questions and comments at podcasts@happyfamilies.com.au.

No More Mondays
The Unselfish Future of Business

No More Mondays

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 28:55


Lynn Yap has worked with global companies and start-ups here in the US and abroad to increase brand awareness through marketing, operational excellence, and digital transformation. She's passionate about working with business leaders to create social impact through innovation and communication.  With previous stints at some big names including Wells Fargo, Estee Lauder, and Adidas, Lynn can now be found running the Actv8 Network, an organization she founded to increase participation of women in technology and entrepreneurship. From corporate attorney to investment banking, Lynn's curiosity has taken her through an interesting and winding road to the present that sure to inspire, and we're going to explore more about Lynn's past, present, and future – which includes the release of a new book, "The Altruistic Capitalist" 

Trinity Fellowship Church
Pastor Q&A | Becoming UnSelfish | September 19th, 2021

Trinity Fellowship Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 47:25


Listen to our Pastor Q&A session with Pastor Jimmy Witcher. The family is God's foundational building block for culture! It is easy to get off center when selfishness is involved. Join us to learn a new nature, teaching us to love like God loves and conquer selfishness today!

Trinity Fellowship Church
Sermon | Becoming UnSelfish | September 19th, 2021

Trinity Fellowship Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 37:15


The family is God's foundational building block for culture! It is easy to get off center when selfishness is involved. Join us to learn a new nature, teaching us to love like God loves and conquer selfishness today!

The God Shot with Tara-Leigh Cobble

Tara-Leigh Cobble continues a deeper look at the joy and unselfish love Jesus had for us. Tara-Leigh Cobble is host of The Bible Recap podcast, and founder of the D-Group – an international network of discipleship and accountability groups. You can find out more at https://www.mydgroup.org/.    Presented by HOPE ON DEMAND. Life can be hard and overwhelming, and you might not always know what to do. Through videos, podcasts and blogs, we help connect you more deeply with God so you can live with hope. You can read, watch and listen at hopeondemand.com.

Mental Advantage Podcast
Episode 28: "Selfishly Unselfish," RJ Hively, JW5

Mental Advantage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2021 79:47


The MAP boys sit down with RJ Hively, former collegiate and professional baseball player to discuss his career and the start of his company, JW5 (named in honor of his childhood friend who passed away unexpectedly.) RJ shares the challenges he faced in professional baseball and how that was the catalyst to a life helping others get better prepared mentally to compete at the highest level.To contact the show podcast@mentaladvantage.netTo contact Brandon Allen brandon.allen@mentaladvantage.netTo contact John Cullen to speak to or work with you or your team: john.cullen@mentaladvantage.net

The Marriage Adventure
EP//39: Unselfish Sex (Part 3/3)

The Marriage Adventure

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2020 33:53


As we've seen in previous episodes, the devil's goal is to take the gift of sex that God created to be a blessing to the married couple, and twist it... The post EP//39: Unselfish Sex (Part 3/3) first appeared on The Marriage Adventure.