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The Catchup
Ep.149: Build-An-Apple Workshop, and Thankful for 2021's Storms

The Catchup

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 66:36


This week, we're discussing Apple's new self-service program that allows you to give new life to your aging iPhone! It's a major breakthrough in the world of smartphones, but it does come with some limitations.First, you can only replace your screen, camera, and battery. And while for most people that's likely enough, this only applies to the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13. Why is Apple limiting the access to this program? What does this mean for the serviceability of other smartphones? And, does this give Apple a higher baseline that will allow them to shoot for the stars with future iterations of the iPhone? With iPhone models that are proven to work, have high-quality components, and years of iOS updates available to them, could this allow the company to push the boundaries of future phones knowing they have something to fall back on? Will there be a greater effort to phase out old phones because of it? We discuss and debate it all!Plus, it's Thanksgiving week in America! It's a time to reflect on what you're thankful for. And while for many of us this year was just as hard as the last, we're giving thanks for life's storms and valleys, and how they've prepared us for success in the next steps of life. How you can find something to be thankful for, and how it can change your life (plus a whole lot more) on this week's episode! Join the discussion!Follow us:FacebookInstagramYouTubeOfficial website Email us: TheCatchupCast@Gmail.comSupport the show (https://www.nosignalrocks.com/the-catchup-podcast/)

Three Creeks Church Podcast
Dark Valleys - Psalm 23

Three Creeks Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021


In the world we live in, we've either been in a dark valley, we're in one now, or there's one coming up. When we're in the dark valleys of life, what do we do? Where can we find comfort? How can we get out?

Cameron Chronicles
Peaks and Valleys (The Chronicle's Duke Basketball Podcast)

Cameron Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 57:43


Host Max Rego, along with fellow men's basketball beats Jonathan Levitan and Micah Hurewitz, break down the Blue Devils' 3-0 start to the season. They talk the usage of a small-ball lineup (5:53) against Campbell due to Mark Williams' struggles, the season-opening Kentucky win (24:57), Wendell Moore Jr.'s triple double (39:27) and of course, a whole lot of Paolo Banchero. Long podcast today, but make sure to stay tuned until the end.  Recorded November 14, 2021 Producer: Max Rego

The Reconnect with Carmen LaBerge
Navigating the Valleys of Anxiety | Social Media are not Neutral Tools

The Reconnect with Carmen LaBerge

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 42:44


Today’s Guests Jon Seidl – Author of “Finding Rest” “Finding Rest:A Survivor’s Guide to Navigating the Valleys of Anxiety, Faith, and Life” is based on Jon’s life story of anxiety and OCD and how his faith has affected and been affected by it. Within it, he also brings in a dialogue about the church and mental […] The post Navigating the Valleys of Anxiety | Social Media are not Neutral Tools appeared first on The Reconnect with Carmen | Engaging Culture from a Christian Worldview.

Guys Like Us
Finding Rest in Anxiety with Jon Seidl

Guys Like Us

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021


The Guys Like Us is joined with Jon Seidl who is a storyteller and author. In this episode we discuss life in different environments especially moving from the Midwest to New York and to Texas and how each context impact our way of life. Jon details his diagnosis of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and how anxiety, a thorn in the flesh for many, has impacted his life in a deep way. Jon takes us through Scripture, Old and New Testament to share how weakness is a strength for God's Glory. But we aren't just left there, there is hope for us today in the good news of Jesus Christ. His latest book, “Finding Rest: A Survivor's Guide to Navigating the Valleys of Anxiety, Faith, and Life” is now available. Visit Jon at www.jonseidl.com and the book where books are sold!

Politely Rude With Abby Johnson
Depression, Mental Health Struggles & Internal Chaos: Author Jon Seidl Breaks Down What It Means 'Find Rest'

Politely Rude With Abby Johnson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 57:52


Abby sits down with Jonathan Seidl, author of, "Finding Rest: A Survivor's Guide to Navigating the Valleys of Anxiety, Faith, and Life," to discuss myths surrounding mental health. Hear him reveal his own struggles, how to find victory and what it means to navigate these complex waters.

Rule Breaker Investing
Stock Stories, Vol. 6: Peaks & Valleys

Rule Breaker Investing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 77:11


Howdy, partner. You know it ain't easy out there on the ol' stock trail. You may end up deep in some canyon where you think you'll never make it out. But keep at it long enough and you'll end up climbing a mountain where the views go on forever. But remember my friend, life is all about the journey. Take a load off, let me tell you a story....

Millennials VS The World
Episode 121 “Peaks and Valleys”

Millennials VS The World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 94:10


Episode 121 “Peaks and Valleys” In this episode we spoke about the highs and lows of life. We give our experiences and how they changed our ways of thinking. We spoke on highs and lows like careers, marriage, friends, personal life, etc. We didn't hold anything back. There were a lot of moments where we challenged each other's thinking and communication skills. Listen and Enjoy! Connect with us on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/millennialsvstheworld_podcast/ Donate to the Podcast: PayPal :Millennials vs The World LLC Intro song: Sleek & Simple Films Intro edited by Sleek & Simple Films --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mvtheworld/support

View Of The Valleys Podcast
View of the Valleys Season 2 Episode 7

View Of The Valleys Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 47:57


TJ and Chris discuss the week 1 matchups across the Missouri Valley and Ohio Valley Conference's. Former Northern Iowa Panther Lucas O'Rear joins the show to talk NIU hoops and his playing days in Cedar Falls. Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Google, and Soundcloud. Follow the podcast on Twitter: @viewvalleyspod

30 to Life - Redefining the Black Experience
74: How To Start A Business & The Benefits Of Having An Accountant with Marjorie McPike, CPA

30 to Life - Redefining the Black Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 43:09


In this episode, the guys chat with Marjorie L. McPike. Marjorie is a CPA focusing on tax and small business accounting. She breaks down her journey into entrepreneurship, the benefits of having a CPA, and things you need to consider when starting a business. Tune in! Check out Marjorie's courses on small business taxes and accounting: https://gumroad.com/a/379999347 Follow Marjorie on Instagram @mlmcpa Marjorie is a CPA focusing in tax and small business accounting located in Riverside County, California.  She was born and raised in San Diego and attended San Diego State University where she received her Bachelors of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting.  She recently completed her Masters of Science in Taxation from Golden Gate University.   Prior to working in public accounting, Marjorie worked in private industry holding various positions such as Controller, Business Office Manager, Accounts Receivable Manager and Full Charge Bookkeeper.  She has a vast knowledge of bookkeeping and accounting skills in various industries including health care, manufacturing, retail and professional services.  Her current areas of focus are Estate and Gift taxation, taxation of individuals and taxation of business entities.   Marjorie is a licensed Certified Public Accountant and a member of California Society of Certified Public Accountants (CalCPA) and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).  Marjorie currently serves as the Secretary of the Inland Empire Chapter of CalCPA, Treasurer of the Estate Planning Council of San Bernardino County; she is on the board of Agape Christian Development in San Diego, the Scholarship Committee for Embassy Church International and Treasurer for the Embassy Church International Golf Committee. She is also a founding member and Corresponding Secretary for the Alliance of Black Women Accountants and previously served as Treasurer for Hospice of the Valleys in Murrieta, CA.     In 2020 Marjorie started her own firm, Marjorie L McPike, CPA, A.P.C., a podcast, The CPA Lady Podcast and YouTube Channel.  All with the mission of empowering small business owners to take their business to the next level financially.

The Anchor Gilroy
Mountains & Valleys

The Anchor Gilroy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 64:29


View Of The Valleys Podcast
View Of The Valleys Podcast Season 2 Episode 6

View Of The Valleys Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 53:11


TJ and Chris get you caught up on the latest news in the MVC and OVC, which includes: Missouri Valley preseason rankings Missouri Valley preseason nominations and accolades Ohio Valley preseason rankings Ohio Valley preseason nominations and accolades A look at the opening night of games for November 9th A Scheduling alliance for Southland Conference and Ohio Valley for football Subscribe to the podcast on: Apple, Google, and Soundcloud Follow the podcast on Twitter: @viewvalleyspod

Smooth's Sports Cast
View Of The Valleys Podcast Season 2 Episode 6

Smooth's Sports Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 53:11


TJ and Chris get you caught up on the latest news in the MVC and OVC, which includes: Missouri Valley preseason rankings Missouri Valley preseason nominations and accolades Ohio Valley preseason rankings Ohio Valley preseason nominations and accolades A look at the opening night of games for November 9th A Scheduling alliance for Southland Conference and Ohio Valley for football Subscribe to the podcast on: Apple, Google, and Soundcloud Follow the podcast on Twitter: @viewvalleyspod

The Valleys Church
The Cellar of My Heart

The Valleys Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021


Pastor Joey gives insight to the need for true repentance, even when it may seem difficult or impossible. The Book of Psalms series.

West Chester Nazarene Church
Elijah – Mountains to Valleys

West Chester Nazarene Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 32:49


Elijah October 24, 2021 Mountains to Valleys – Pastor Alex Mahaffey

Connect Church Podcast
Valleys & Peaks | Wk. 2

Connect Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021


Bring your doubts to Jesus and know the He is faithful.

Faith Radio Podcast from The Meeting House
Seidl, Jonathon - The Veritas Collective {Finding Rest}

Faith Radio Podcast from The Meeting House

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 18:55


The Founder and President of The Veritas Creative, who has worked in the past with I Am Second, as well as Kirk Cameron's ministry, Jonathon Seidl, shared about his struggles and solutions he has found, relative to the book he was written, Finding Rest: A Survivor's Guide to Navigating the Valleys of Anxiety, Faith and Life.  You can find him online at jonseidl.com.

Escaping Denver
Expert Interview with John Zada

Escaping Denver

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 54:28


Our Narrator takes an episode to show his research into the world of the paranormal; starting with an interview with John Zada, journalist and author of In the Valleys of the Noble Beyond: In Search of the Sasquatch. CAST Narrator – Mike Howorun John Zada - Himself Editing and Sound Design – Matthew Hall & Mike Howorun Post Production Producer - Rob Johnston Written/Directed – Mike Howorun Produced by - Matthew Hall, Brady Roberts, Mike Howorun, Dila Valezquez Created by Mike Howorun & Brady Roberts Contact: escapingdenverpod@gmail.com Instagram: @escapingdenver   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Connect Church Podcast
Valleys & Peaks | Wk. 1

Connect Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021


Contentment is not contingent on our circumstances but on God's faithfulness and provision.

First Free Rockford Sermons
10:30AM Contemporary Service | 10.17.21

First Free Rockford Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 80:41


As we reach the end of our Peaks & Valleys series, we look at one incredibly memorable peak for Peter, James and John. In our own journey of faith, Jesus walks with us through every high and low. Through it all, he invites us on mission with him.

First Free Rockford Sermons
8:30AM Classic Service | 10.17.21

First Free Rockford Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 79:29


As we reach the end of our Peaks & Valleys series, we look at one incredibly memorable peak for Peter, James and John. In our own journey of faith, Jesus walks with us through every high and low. Through it all, he invites us on mission with him.

First Free Rockford Sermons
Part 6: The Mission of Jesus

First Free Rockford Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 39:45


As we reach the end of our Peaks & Valleys series, we look at one incredibly memorable peak for Peter, James and John. In our own journey of faith, Jesus walks with us through every high and low. Through it all, he invites us on mission with him.

MTMV Sports Podcast Network
Retreat to Advance - The Story of Famous Jameis

MTMV Sports Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 7:52


"Famous" Jameis Winston is known for Eating Ws' , "receiving" crab legs, standing up on tables shouting unspeakable things, and throwing 30 Interceptions in the 2019 season. On the other hand Jameis is also known as a college football champion, a former Heisman thropy winner, A former the 1st Pick in the NFL draft, and an NFL Pro Bowl QB. He is the definition of "Hills and Valleys", however, In 2020 Jameis did one of the most remarkable things when he humbled himself and sat as a backup with the New Orleans Saints to learn the game from future Hall of Famer Drew Brees. In this timeout we explore the lessons that can be extracted from that act of faith and humility. Photo by (David Grunfeld/AP) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mtmv/support

Sports Spectrum Podcast
Author Jon Seidl on the Green Bay Packers, overcoming loss and finding rest

Sports Spectrum Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 53:31


Jon Seidl is the author of "Finding Rest: A Survivor's Guide to Navigating the Valleys of Anxiety, Faith and Life." He is also a huge Green Bay Packers fan and has worked with popular organizations like I Am Second and TheCourage and some of the media's biggest names including Glenn Beck, Kirk Cameron and Chip and Joanna Gaines.  Today on the podcast, Jon shares about his experience attending the Packers Super Bowl parade in 2011, his love for Milwaukee sports, experiencing tragedy and how God has helped him find rest in overcoming the losses of those closest to him. --- 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.

Kingdom Rock Radio
Mountains And Valleys

Kingdom Rock Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 18:59


This life is filled with Mountains and Valleys of every size. Just when everything seems to be going well, trouble strikes. What are we supposed to do? Lean on Christ because better days are coming.

Find Her Seat
The Peaks And Valleys

Find Her Seat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 28:20


Join Jennifer Etter and Special guests, Samantha Holsomback and Lori Keller as they discuss personal perspectives of divorce, bad relationships and the steps it took to climb out of the valley and to the peaks of life. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Resourceful Designer
Navigating The Peaks And Valleys Of Freelancing - RD272

Resourceful Designer

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 24:32


As a freelance designer, you will face peaks and valleys while running your business. I've said it before, and I'll repeat it. There's nothing better than working for yourself. From deciding who you want to work with to how much you want to charge for your work. Being your own boss is, well, liberating. As your own boss, you get to set your own hours. Want to waste time during the day and work at night? That's your prerogative. Feel like getting away for a few days? Go ahead. You don't need permission to take time off. When you're working for yourself, you get to chose where and how you want to work. If you feel like spending the day at a coffee shop working away on your laptop, you can. If you feel like hunkering down at home to avoid all distractions, go for it. As a self-employed designer, a freelancer if you will, you have the freedom to make your destiny. I don't think there's any better career than that. However, I will give kudos to one aspect of working as a design employee for someone else—a steady paycheque. With all the restrictions, limitations and handholding that may come with being an employee, the one bright light is the knowledge that every week or two, on schedule, a predetermined amount of money gets deposited into your bank account. This money shows up regardless of how busy or not busy you were. This steady paycheque may be the only way that being a designer trumps being a freelancer. It's true. As a self-employed designer, a freelancer, you never know when or where you'll get your next payment. Nor how much it will be. And that can cause a lot of stress in your life, especially if you are the primary breadwinner in your household. Because even though your income may be unpredictable, your monthly expenses are not. They show up right on schedule regardless of the balance in your bank account. I wish I could tell you there's a simple solution to this dilemma, but there isn't. Ask any self-employed designer, and they'll let you know of their experiences navigating these peaks and valleys. Peaks when work, and of course income is in abundance. And valleys when they become scarce. There is no solution if you want to remain a freelancer. However, there are ways to mitigate the problem so peaks and valleys even out over time. Here's what's worked for me and some other methods I've heard work for other designers. Recurring revenue. Recurring revenue is as it sounds. It's revenue (or income) that recurs regularly. Retainer agreements. The best way to acquire recurring revenue is by offering a retainer to your clients. I talked about retainer agreements in episode 32 of the podcast and again in episode 255. The gist of a retainer agreement is offering an ongoing service to your clients that they pay for regularly. In some cases, you may have to sacrifice some income for the guarantee of this recurring revenue. For example, If your hourly rate is $100, you may want to offer a retainer where, if a client guarantees to pre-purchase 10 hours of your time per month, you'll only charge them $90/hr for them. Or if a client asks you to design social media posts regularly. You could offer a retainer agreement where they guarantee to pay a fixed fee for a certain number of graphics every month. Since retainer agreements are guaranteed recurring revenue, they act as a regular paycheck similar to what you'd get as a design employee. Some designers work exclusively on retainer agreements, allowing them to predict how much money they earn each month. There's a lot more to retainer agreements than just this. I suggest you listen to episodes 32 and 255 of the podcast if you want to learn more about them. But suffice it to say, retainer agreements are a great way to even out the peaks and valleys. Website maintenance agreements. Another form of recurring revenue if you're a web designer is to offer a website maintenance agreement. A website maintenance agreement states that you will secure, update and take care of a client's website for a fixed monthly fee. It's kind of an insurance polity for their website. Website maintenance agreements require very little time and effort on your part and offer peace of mind to your clients. Selling digital products. Another form of recurring revenue, although not as steady or predictable as retainer agreements or maintenance agreements, is selling digital goods and products. You are a designer, a creative visionary. Why not use the design skills you offer your clients and put them to use for yourself? There are many platforms such as Creative Market or Design Cuts where you sell your creative wares. These offerings are available for purchase by other creatives and people who need certain assets but may not have the skills to create them themselves. I've created dozens of designs that I sell on various print-on-demand platforms. I get paid any time someone buys a t-shirt, coffee mug, phone case or sticker with one of my designs on it. This is another form of a digital product. For me, it's not enough to make a living. At least not with my few dozen designs I sell. But every month, I receive anywhere between $70 - $120 for my designs. Some of them I created years ago, and I'm still collecting money from them. And I'm sure if I dedicated the time to make more of these designs regularly, I could generate a more considerable recurring income. To learn more about selling digital products, listen to episode 155 of the podcast, where I talked about this exact topic with Tom Ross, the founder of Design Cuts. So, all in all, recurring revenue is a great way to even out the peaks and valleys you'll encounter as a freelance designer. Promote when you're busy. There are other things you can do to help ease the peaks and valleys situation. One of the best pieces of advice I've ever heard is "Promote your business when you're busy." It's a case of don't wait until you're thirsty to dig a well. It sounds crazy. When you're pulling your hair out because you have too many projects on the go and deadlines quickly approaching, the last thing on your mind is drumming up more work. But believe it or not, that's precisely the time you should be promoting your business. Why? Because marketing takes time to germinate.  The more you promote your business while you're busy and experiencing one of those peaks in workload, the less deep the valleys will be that you'll have to navigate once the work rush dies down. If you do this right, you may be able to raise those lulls to the point where instead of peaks and valleys, you'll be cruising across an even plain. I know what you're thinking. If I'm that busy, how will I find the time to promote my design business? To that, let me say: Promoting your design business doesn't require a massive advertising campaign. All it takes is sending off a few emails to idle clients to ask how they're doing and if there's anything you can do for them. It doesn't take much. And if you do it right, your peaks and valleys won't be that severe. Draw a salary from your business. There's another way for you to lessen the impact of peaks and valleys. Remember when I said the one benefit of being a design employee is the regular paycheque? Want to know a little secret? You can make yourself a design employee of your own freelance design business and have the best of both worlds. What? No way! Yes, way. I know many designers who do just this. They treat themselves as an employee and draw a regular paycheck from their own business. Here is how it works. All revenue earned from design work, recurring revenue, and selling digital products belongs to your design business. It all goes into a business bank account and gets treated the same way any other company treats its capital assets. From that pool of money, you, the designer, draw a salary. Running your company this way puts the burden of dealing with the peaks and valleys on your business and not on you, the designer. As far as you're concerned, those peaks and valleys even out because you draw the same salary every week regardless of the business' income. This method spreads out your income evenly over time. Let me give you an example. Let's use some round numbers here and say you make your salary $500/week. One week you take on a $1200 web project. That $1200 is deposited into your business's bank account, and from it, you withdraw your weekly $500 salary, leaving $700 in the bank. The following week things are slow, and the only work you get is a $300 poster design. That $300 is deposited into the bank, bringing the balance up to $1000. At the end of the week, you withdraw your $500 salary, which leaves $500 in the business bank account. Enough for your next week's salary should no work come in. Here's the fun part. At any point, as the funds in the business' bank increase, you can always pay yourself a bonus. The other benefit is since the business has this money, it's available for business purchases such as new equipment or subscriptions and doesn't have to come out of your pocket, which lessens the hurt of spending it. I know many designers who use this model. In most cases, those designers run their businesses as LLCs or some other form of corporation. I have my business set up as a sole proprietorship, so it's not easy to separate the business from myself. I even know some designers who use a third-party employee payment service to prevent them from dipping into the business' bank account. The best thing you can do is check with your accountant to see if this is a good model for you. It may offer tax benefits for you as well, especially if your business is incorporated. Raise your rates. The last idea I want to share with you has to do with the rates you charge. Many designers who switch from full-time employment to freelancing use their full-time salary to base their freelance rates. Don't. As a freelancer, you are expected to charge more.  If you were making $25/hr working for someone else, you should be charging your clients double or triple or even more for your services. As a self-employed designer, you have to pay for your own benefits. Three are no sick days or vacation pay, or parental leave. You have to make sure you are compensated for the risk of lost income due to anything from medical emergencies to vacations in the tropics.  Call the higher rates you charge a form of self-insurance. You should make sure the money you earn today when things are going well will get you through the times when work dries up. You do this by charging enough to make sure your future is covered. Not sure how to raise your rates? Luckily for you, I wrote a blog post on this exact topic. It's up to you to deal with the peaks and valleys of freelancing. These are some ideas for dealing with the peaks and valleys of a freelance income. It may sound daunting and stressful. And knowing about these peaks and valleys may have you thinking that working for someone else is looking more appealing. But if you can learn how to manage the fluctuating income of running your own design business. Chances are you'll not only outearn your employed counterpart. But you'll enjoy greater job security, autonomy and flexibility. A 2018 study by Upwork shows that nearly three-quarters of full-time freelancers report earning more than when they had a full-time job. And 87% are optimistic about their future careers. In fact, more than half of respondents say no amount of money would get them to switch back to being full-time employees working for someone else. I know that's how I feel. Remember, running your own design business is two jobs–a designer and a business owner. When you're pursuing your passion, it's easy to get caught up in the former and forget about the latter. If all of your focus is on your design work, you're only doing half your job. It's that business owner side that needs to do whatever you can to ensure those inevitable valleys you'll face are not as deep as they could be. You do that by following the advice I just shared with you. One last thing. I've been talking about these valleys as if they are a terrible thing. Something you should try to eliminate if at all possible. But when they do happen, and they will, try to enjoy those slower times. Use them to your advantage. Get out there and network. Contact old clients you haven't heard from in a while. Work on personal projects you've been neglecting. And make sure you use those slow times to work on your business. You know, all the things you told yourself you'd get to one day. Heck, You can even use some of that slow time to relax and enjoy life. After all, when you're in a valley, it just means there is another peak on the horizon.

Seeking the Gospel Truth
210.10: 1 Kings 20: Almighty God Protects Your Way in the Hills and Valleys

Seeking the Gospel Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 17:13


Why would God give evil King Ahab 2nd and 3rd chances to repent and admit there is only One TRUE GOD? Seriously, the man marries Jezebel, an evil woman from a pagan nation, who brings the worship of her pagan gods to Israel. That is one thing that God detests — idolatry. Yet, He is willing to forgive. Thus, He puts Ahab to the test. Will he pass? Let's dig in…. Keep reading in my blog where there are links to dig deeper and watch the special music videos at the bottom…. It's time to GET RIGHT WITH GOD! Are you ready to meet God today? You may just meet God today! If you want to reap all the benefits of salvation including the 1-way, non-stop ticket to Heaven then… Believe. Repent. Be Baptized. Receive the Holy Spirit. Pray this prayer humbly and wholeheartedly… “Dear Lord Jesus, I know I am a sinner. I believe You died for my sins and rose from the dead. Please forgive me. Right now, I turn from my sins and open the door of my heart and my life to you. I confess You as my personal Lord and Savior. I surrender my whole life to you and I will follow you for the rest of my life. Thank You, Jesus, for saving me. In Jesus' name, Amen.” Or visit: https://giselleaguiar.com/how-to-invite-jesus-into-your-heart/ This is a daily podcast, published each evening. Subscribe button so can get to know God. And please share this with your friends. Soli Deo Gloria — To God Alone Be the Glory! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/seek-the-truth/message

View Of The Valleys Podcast
View of the Valleys Season 2 Episode 5

View Of The Valleys Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 56:42


TJ and Chris give their take on Power 5 schools traveling to mid major conferences for non-conference matchups. Morehead State head coach Preston Spradlin joins the show to talk Morehead State hoops, the OVC, and more. Chris gives his take on what schools he thinks would fit geographically for the OVC in coming years. Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Google, and Soundcloud. Follow the podcast on Twitter: @viewvalleyspod

The Shaun Tabatt Show
688: How to Navigate the Valleys of Anxiety, Faith, and Life

The Shaun Tabatt Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 34:30


In the aftermath of the pandemic, even those who have never struggled with mental health have found themselves reeling, looking for answers they don't know how to find. For Christians, especially those who've despaired of help from a church that has too often stigmatized poor mental health as a lack of faith, the way forward can be particularly difficult to see. Jonathon Seidl aims to fix that. Having fought his own way through crippling anxiety, life-altering OCD, and suicidal thoughts, he knows the value of concrete advice grounded in strong biblical truth. Instead of the trite or unsympathetic counsel that's too often given, his new book Finding Rest is practical, personal, and productive. Find out more at: JonSeidl.com FindRestNow.com Resources mentioned in this episode: Finding Rest: A Survivor's Guide to Navigating the Valleys of Anxiety, Faith, and Life A First-Rate Madness: Uncovering the Links Between Leadership and Mental Illness The Shaun Tabatt Show is part of the Destiny Image Podcast Network.  

The Eric Metaxas Show
Jonathan Seidl

The Eric Metaxas Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 43:48


Jonathan Seidl has an important new book that can help people looking for "a break": "Finding Rest: A Survivor's Guide to Navigating the Valleys of Anxiety, Faith, and Life." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

ShePrays
Victory In Valleys

ShePrays

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 18:38


WHEN you're walking through the valley, declare victory!

Total Offroad Podcast
Wheeling At Rocks and Valleys

Total Offroad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 114:54


So this week Ian picked up his giant trailer and had fun draging it home. Mike got rained out and had beers. And Steve actually Went wheeling. Full weekend recap in this lengthy episode. www.Patreon.com/totaloffroadpodcast  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbBDXMM-smPx9Ct44sRBY6Q  www.instagram.com/total_offroad_podcast  www.instagram.com/low_kee_xj  www.instagram.com/offroad_ian  www.instagram.com/mikesofunny https://www.snailtrail4x4.com/snail-trail-4x4-podcast/  https://www.keepitsimpleoffroad.com/podcast 

Southwest Harbor Congregational Church
Mountaintops and Valleys (Matthew 17:14-23) - Audio

Southwest Harbor Congregational Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 33:19


Nine disciples are unable to cast out demon in boy. Jesus rebukes them for their little faith. We look at what faith is in the valleys of our lives and how mountaintop experiences don't secure a firm faith.

Your Other Brothers Podcast
YC084: Mountaintops & Valleys

Your Other Brothers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 84:08


And we're back! After a summer retreat that reunited our supporters after two and a half years away, we return with a brand new YOBcast – with more episodes on the way! This episode we're talking about mountaintops and valleys: those proverbial "everything is bold and clear" and "everything is long and dark" seasons of life. Coming off a YOBBERS retreat is a mountaintop experience for many in our community. How do we come back from experiences like that? And what are some other mountaintop moments we've experienced beyond YOB? Join Tom, Ryan, Aaron, and Ben for this storytelling episode! And be sure to comment on our podcast episode page with your own mountaintop/valley stories. We'd love to hear them. What are some of the peaks and valleys you've witnessed and endured? What have you learned, and what's still hard? LINKS FROM THE SHOW Tom's YOBBERS retreat blog: "What Your Other Brothers is All About" Aaron's YOBBERS retreat blog: "To Unite and Cheer On One Another in Our Burdens" Eugene's YOBBERS retreat blog: "Sick of Gay Men No Longer?" Ben's YOBBERS retreat blog: "Why Go on a Gay Men's Christian Retreat?" GET IN TOUCH Call the YOBline! 706.389.8009 Shoot us an email! podcast@yourotherbrothers.com Mail us something yummy! Your Other Brothers / P.O. Box 843 / Asheville, NC 28802 SUPPORT YOB Your Other Brothers on Patreon Your Other Brothers Store FOLLOW YOB Your Other Brothers on Facebook Your Other Brothers on Twitter Your Other Brothers on Instagram Your Other Brothers on YouTube Your Other Brothers on TikTok MUSIC CREDIT Intro theme: "The Best is Yet to Come" by Tim Halperin Benediction theme: "Born Again" by Cory Asbury 100% clearance through Musicbed.

Closer to Fine Podcast
S1:E2 - Peaks and Valleys

Closer to Fine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 41:36


Mental Health is a journey and rarely a linear one, so seeking out treatment when we are feeling “fine” can help set us up for success before we hit a low. Why do we treat mental illness like there is a moral-failing attached to it when we would never do that for a physical or visible illness? MK and Sara both have ADHD and they talk about the difficulty in living with and treating this disorder and the shame born out of the symptoms.Closer to Fine closertofinepodcast@gmail.comwww.instagram.com/closertofinepodMary Katherine Backstrom www.facebook.com/mkbackstromwww.instagram.com/marykatherinebackstromSara Farrell Baker www.facebook.com/sarafarrellbakerwriterwww.instagram.com/sarafarrellbaker/

Beyond Belief Podcast
My Hills and Valleys Melissa (ep105)

Beyond Belief Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 75:47


In this episode Allen and I talk with Melissa, founder of MyHillsandValleys.com, a Christian encouragement website. Melissa shares her strong Christian faith, past and current struggles and what God is doing in her life. If there is one takeaway from this episode - surround yourself with like-minded believers to strengthen and encourage your relationship with God. Okay, well two takeaways - listen to the Holy Spirit. Melissa's website is devoted to bringing glory to God and it shows. Please visit www.myhillsandvalleys.com to get encouraged in your Christian life. Also you can find Melissa on Instagram HERE. Head on over to Melissa's LINKTREE HERE. We are proud of what Melissa is doing to strengthen her faith, encourage her family and to bring glory to the Kingdom of God. Don't ever be ashamed to ask about things you don't understand. Go to God in prayer, ask for answers to be revealed to you, stay in God's will and read your bible. We aren't perfect and we don't profess to be, far from it actually - keep that in mind as you listen to our stories. If you are spending more time picking apart our messages, your spending too much time on the wrong things. Put your focus back on God. Read Your Bible. Pray. Surround Yourself with Like-Minded Christians. Gather with Two or More in His Name. Know your sources, research your topics, cross reference verses and never grieve the Holy Spirit. www.graceworx.net Beyond Belief Podcast GraceWorx Community Forum GraceWorx Instagram DISCLAIMER - We try our best, with the greatest of intentions, to provide accurate information regarding Christianity, relative information about our relationship with God and our knowledge of the Bible. We never express to be infallible or to not make mistakes. As such, you may find something that is inaccurate - we try our best to correct our mistakes. Another words, we are human. Please try to understand that. Have a blessed day. If you recognize something that we presented that you disagree with, please drop us an email. Support your military, Support you country and Support your Church ✟

Israel Collective
Finding Rest | Jonathon Seidl

Israel Collective

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 55:23


We talk about Israel and Jon's #1 bestseller, Finding Rest: Navigating the Valleys of Anxiety, Faith, and Life

View Of The Valleys Podcast
View of the Valleys Season 2 Episode 4

View Of The Valleys Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 50:45


TJ and Chris get you caught up on the latest MVC and OVC basketball news. Austin Peay and Belmont look to be on the move. The two breakdown the impact on Belmont leaving the OVC and joining the MVC, plus more. Coach Spradlin of Morehead State joins the show next week to talk Morehead State basketball and more. Subscribe to the podcast: Apple, Google, & Soundcloud Follow the podcast on Twitter: @viewvalleyspod

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Daily Signal Podcast: ‘Do the Next Right Thing': Tips on Coping With Anxiety

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021


The early days of the pandemic were marked by lockdowns, masks, and social distancing. Each imposed restriction further eroded normal socialization, leading many Americans to sink into anxiety and depression. Jon Seidl, author of the new book “Finding Rest: A Survivor’s Guide to Navigating the Valleys of Anxiety, Faith, and Life,” had his own mental […]

Daily Signal News
'Do the Next Right Thing': Tips on Coping With Anxiety

Daily Signal News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 37:01


The early days of the pandemic were marked by lockdowns, masks, and social distancing. Each imposed restriction further eroded normal socialization, leading many Americans to sink into anxiety and depression.Jon Seidl, author of the new book "Finding Rest: A Survivor's Guide to Navigating the Valleys of Anxiety, Faith, and Life," had his own mental health struggles brought on by the rise of COVID-19."I'll never forget where I was about that time in March," says Seidl, who has obsessive compulsive disorder and recalls how his "anxiety just raged."Seidl joins "The Daily Signal Podcast" to discuss his book and offer Americans some hope in pushing through on their mental health problems.We also cover these stories:President Joe Biden gets his third dose, or “booster,” of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine.The Department of Homeland Security presents a new rule to revise the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, also known as DACA.Homicides rose by about 30% last year, the FBI says. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Grace Church Wichita Falls
Reflections on a Heart after God - Hills and Valleys

Grace Church Wichita Falls

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021


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Unexplained
Season 06 Episode 2: Valleys of the Uncanny (Pt 2. of 2)

Unexplained

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 31:30


Part Two of Season 06 Episode 2: Valleys of the Uncanny  A few months after the mysterious death of Zigmund Adamski, PC Alan Godfrey sets out on a routine night patrol around the town of Todmorden in North England.  That night will change his life forever... Go to twitter @unexplainedpod, facebook.com/unexplainedpodcast or unexplainedpodcast.com for more info. Thank you for listening. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Uncommon Legend
Episode CLXXXIII: Valleys

Uncommon Legend

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 4:20


Do you have depth? On today's episode, Albert continues the M.V.P series with a talk on Valleys! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/uncommonlegend/message

Wine for Normal People
Ep 392: The Greats -- Chablis

Wine for Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 42:56


One of the greatest Chardonnays (and actually white wines) in the world comes from Chablis in the northern part of Burgundy. In this show we discuss this historic region and why it is capable of making the most distinctive, minerally, terroir-driven white wines made.    Here are the show notes:  Map: https://www.chablis-wines.com Location: At nearly 48˚N latitude in the northern part of the Bourgogne region in the Yonne department between Paris and Beaune, around the village of Chablis, Serein River runs through it, with vineyards on either bank Area under vine in 2020: 5,771 hectares/14,260 acres 18% of the total volume of wine produced in the Bourgogne region Also contains: St-Bris, which makes mineral driven Sauvignon Blanc   Terroir: Terroir expressed more clearly in Chablis than almost anywhere else Valleys branch from the Serein river – left and right, hills are basis of the vineyards Right-bank: softer, bigger wines Left-bank: more acidic, less ripe, more like citrus, green apple Soils: Subsoil is Kimmeridgean limestone with layers of Marl –limestone and clay turned into rock sometimes with fossils of Exogyra virgula, a small, comma-shaped oyster. Different vineyards have different proportions of limestone, marl, clay, loam, Portlandian limestone – younger, harder, no fossils. Sites with this used only forvPetit Chablis 47 Defined Climats (can be mentioned on the label) 40 are Premier Cru, 7 are Grand Cru Photo: Chablis wines Climate: Maritime and continental Maritime influence but kind of a modified oceanic climate with continental influences from Eastern Europe Less rainfall and the winters are harsher and summer hotter than maritime   Winemaking Fermented in stainless or oak, low temperature, slow fermentation followed by malolactic fermentation Neutral oak (already been used) is used in Chablis Premier Cru and Chablis Grand Cru. Very few producers use new oak barrels since the goal is to preserve terroir     Classification: Petit Chablis (19%): 729 hectares (1750 acres) ALL of Chablis wine-growing district (catchall) – AOC 1944, least prestigious – lesser rated vineyards Soil is Portlandian limestone – harder, younger soil on a plateau at the top of slopes, above premier and grand crus Flavors: citrus, flowers, less minerally, light, acidic, saline, to be consumed within 2 years Pairings (goes for Chablis and many Premier Cru too): Oysters, seafood in citrus, salads and acidic vegetables, spicy food, vegetarian pasta   Chablis (66%): 3656 hectares (9,034 acres) of vines In the department of Yonne, on the Serein River On Kimmeridgean limestone and marl, very large - quality varies Flavors: Mineral with flint, green apple, lemon, underbrush, citrus, mint, fresh-cut hay Best within 2-3 years Photo: Chablis wines Chablis Premier Cru: (14%) - Almost 809 ha/2,000 acres over 40 sites (climat) Both sides of the river Serein, with 24 on the left bank and 16 on the right bank Mostly on slopes of the Serein, southeast or southwest facing, on Kimmeridgian chalk Can just use the phrase "Chablis Premier Cru" if blended across Premier Cru sites Right bank: Softer, fuller wines--Mont de Milieu, Montée de Tonnerre, Fourchaume, Vaucoupin Left bank: Flinty, acidic. Côté de Léchet, Vaillons, Montmains, Vosgros, Vau de Vey Can age 5-10 years   Grand Cru Chablis (1%) - 101 hectares/250 acres Contiguous site on the right bank of the Serein, south facing on Kimmeridgian limestone, with fossilized oysters, marl Seven vineyards are Grand Cru, which are each part of just one appellation, Grand Cru Chablis. The difference in these wines: Better sites, lower yields, higher alcohol, higher planting density, matured until at least March 15 of the year following harvest Grand Crus: north to south Bougros: Fresh and mineral Les Preuses:: elegant, minerally with a long finish Vaudésir: Stronger, richer wine – more body Grenouilles: Fruity with strong acidity, a fuller body Valmur: VERY fruity, balanced with strong minerality Les Clos: The most famous site: elegance, minerality, fruit, acidity Blanchot: Soft and more like white flowers La Moutonne is an unofficial 8th Grand Cru Best with 10-15 years of age Pairings: Lobster, mushrooms, shrimp, cream sauces We love this wine. If you haven't had it, definitely get one and discover what makes it a "great!"  Photo: Chablis wines _____________________________________________________ Thanks for our sponsors this week: Wine Access: Access to the best wines for the best prices! For 15% off your next order, go to www.wineaccess.com/normal   To become a member of Patreon go to www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople       To register for an AWESOME, LIVE WFNP class with Elizabeth go to: www.winefornormalpeople.com/classes

View Of The Valleys Podcast
View of the Valleys Season 2 Episode 3

View Of The Valleys Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 45:05


**This was recorded two weeks back, but there were issues in uploading the episode** TJ and Chris discuss the latest in the MVC and OVC, while also talking Fantasy Football and the NFL. Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Google, & Soundcloud. Follow the podcast on Twitter: @viewvalleyspod

Grace Church Wichita Falls
God is with Us - Hills and Valleys

Grace Church Wichita Falls

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021


Unexplained
Season 06 Episode 2: Valleys of the Uncanny (Pt 1. of 2)

Unexplained

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 31:08


Once in a while something so extraordinary occurs that can leave its mark so deeply on a place that it appears destined to shape our impression of it forevermore.    For the town of Todmorden, in the North West of England, that something occurred just over forty years ago today. It'll be sometime before it's forgotten... Go to twitter @unexplainedpod, facebook.com/unexplainedpodcast or unexplainedpodcast.com for more info. Thank you for listening. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The John Batchelor Show
1655: Quarter of the nation's food supply now short of water. @DevinNunes author, podcaster and CA-22. #FriendsofHistoryDebatingSociety

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 12:22


Photo: No known restrictions on publication.1916 Hill north of Woodlake, Misc. Valleys, San Joaquin Valley and Sierra Nevada. Remarks: Good early valley photos of agriculture. Right panel of three panel panorama from Sand Creek to Blue Ridge. Farmin @Batchelorshow Quarter of the nation's food supply now short of water. @DevinNunes author, podcaster and CA-22.  #FriendsofHistoryDebatingSociety https://www.pbs.org/newshour/nation/how-californias-drought-is-stressing-a-water-system-that-delivers-water-to-millions-of-residents https://www.amazon.com/Countdown-Socialism-Devin-Nunes/dp/1641771860