BEHOLD! THE LIONDRAKE! IT'S A LION....AND A DRAGON....Thats just silly. Speaking of silly, Wandering Monster keeps coming back every Tuesday. Check out the Epic Legacy Series by 2CGaming to take your game beyond 20th Level!Support the show
From the Dawson Family of Faith, Dr. David Eldridge, Senior Pastor, continued the sermon series from the book of Revelation. Go to www.dawsonchurch.org for more information about the ministries and missions at Dawson.
From the Dawson Family of Faith, Dr. David Eldridge, Senior Pastor, continued the sermon series from the book of Revelation. Go to www.dawsonchurch.org for more information about the ministries and missions at Dawson.
“And the LORD said to me, “Go again, love a woman who is loved by another man and is an adulteress, even as the LORD loves the children of Israel, though they turn to other gods and love cakes of raisins.” So I bought her for fifteen shekels of silver and a homer and a lethech of barley. And I said to her, “You must dwell as mine for many days. You shall not play the whore, or belong to another man; so will I also be to you.” For the children of Israel shall dwell many days without king or prince, without sacrifice or pillar, without ephod or household gods. Afterward the children of Israel shall return and seek the LORD their God, and David their king, and they shall come in fear to the LORD and to his goodness in the latter days.” - Hosea 3:1–5 ESV
Ben Gordon and Matt Bachmann, co-founders of Wandering Bear Coffee Co. step back on to the New York Launch Pod to discuss their cold brewed coffee brand. We first spoke to Ben and Matt in our fourth episode and in the 7 years since we spoke with them their brand has grown exponentially and taken on significant investment. But it hasn't been easy. Wandering Bear had to pivot during the pandemic to cater to consumers rather than large corporate tenants. Find out how on this episode of How You Doin'?
On this episode of Our American Stories, Kentucky journalist Sam Terry tells the story of the man they called “King Solomon.” Connecticut Shorty of The Hobo Museum shares the story of the American hobo and how they are still celebrated today. Teacher, choir director, organist, and history buff Anne Clare tells the story of the first two major American responses to the Japanese after the attack on Pearl Harbor. Support the show (https://www.ouramericanstories.com/donate) Time Codes: 00:00 - King Solomon, Town's Grave Digging Drunk Turned Hero 10:00 - Wandering Worker: The American Hobo 35:00 - America Strikes Back After Pearl Harbor: The Battle of the Coral Sea and the Doolittle Raids See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
They've done a number of Dungeon Design Dashes before, but for the first time ever, Dan & Paul go to create a complete wilderness adventure in an hour live on camera. With no advance prep and no safety net, can they do it? Working from a map by Dyson Logos, and using Matt Finch's Tome of Adventure Design, plus other classic Dungeons & Dragons design tools & tricks, find out what Paul & Dan discover in this pumpkin-spice themed journey into the unexplored wild lands beyond the mountains. Wandering DMs Paul Siegel and Dan “Delta” Collins host thoughtful discussions on D&D and other TTRPGs every week. Comparing the pros and cons of every edition from the 1974 Original D&D little brown books to cutting-edge releases for 5E D&D today, we broadcast live on YouTube and Twitch so we can take viewer questions and comments on the topic of the day. Live every Sunday at 1 PM Eastern time.
Wandering Monster was not done this week! It has returned with a classic D&D monster, the Flesh Golem. A monster that can be a fantastic minion for a powerful wizard or even for your party! Wandering Monster is usually here every Tuesday, today is just special. Happy Pride! Check out the Epic Legacy Series by 2CGaming to take your game beyond 20th Level!Support the show
Paul & Dan chat about the presence of giants in D&D from the elder times to now. Giants are found in the legendary tales of all cultures around the world, and they're critical tentpoles in the D&D monster roster. In fact, arguably, they be the very first type of D&D monster -- when you're playing historical miniature wargames, just grab a miniature at a different scale and you have yourself a giant fantasy monster. The initial sequence of D&D monsters, which we now call "humanoids", were originally just called the "giant class". In this episode Dan & Paul consider: How can you fold in classical creation myths, in which Giants are the progenitors of all later races, into your Dungeons & Dragons campaign? What are our favorite giant-based adventures and stories to mine for inspiration? Where did the menagerie of D&D giants come from? What's the best way to use them in your D&D game? Wandering DMs Paul Siegel and Dan “Delta” Collins host thoughtful discussions on D&D and other TTRPGs every week. Comparing the pros and cons of every edition from the 1974 Original D&D little brown books to cutting-edge releases for 5E D&D today, we broadcast live on YouTube and Twitch so we can take viewer questions and comments on the topic of the day. Live every Sunday at 1 PM Eastern time.
This week the lads discuss tips and things to do in our National Parks, or anywhere when the weather decides to rain. The conversation is sparked by the floods in Yellowstone and from a Wanderer listening in. The conversation goes in rain gear, making plans, flooding, climate change, and more. Get your hands on some Wandering Ways Apparel at teespring.com/stores/wandering-ways Check out our instagram for the pictures discussed and more stories @Wandering_Ways_Podcast Love the podcast or want to be a possible guest email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Check out even more Quartz Lake and Wandering Ways fun at https://linktr.ee/WanderingWays Sponsors: Check out Blue Ribbon Nets https://blueribbonnets.net/ and use the code Rugaru10 for 10% off Check out the Little Shell Tribe Store https://shopls574.com/shop/ and use the code Wanderingways to get a discount
This week, Brill talks about the walking dead! A fun monster that probably needs help to be interesting in a game. Most zombie movies suck, just FYI. Wandering Monster is here every Tuesday. Listen to it, cry, and move on. Check out the Epic Legacy Series by 2CGaming to take your game beyond 20th Level!Support the show
We interrupt the regularly scheduled programming to put out a show on the recent release of Midjourney (an A.I. based text to image Discord Bot) that is opening the door to the future of image making. After dipping my toe in the water I was blown away by what this program and it's user base says […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast: Episode #338 – A.I. & the Future of Cinematography appeared first on Cinematography Podcast & Tutorials.
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Wandering sheep and wandering believers, out of Matthew 18:12-20. This parable is told elsewhere in regard to unbelievers, but in Matthew's Gospel Jesus tells this story to share God's heart for believers, that if they wander from the flock that they might be restored. Emphasis is on God's heart for reconciliation among his people.
This week the lads step away from the topic of nature and adventures and do their top 5 favorite activities to do when not in nature. Get to know the lads more, and realize that most of what they do is actually out in nature. The conversation wanders into upcoming summer adventures, training, social media, and jeeps. Get your hands on some Wandering Ways Apparel at teespring.com/stores/wandering-ways Check out our instagram for the pictures discussed and more stories @Wandering_Ways_Podcast Love the podcast or want to be a possible guest email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Check out even more Quartz Lake and Wandering Ways fun at https://linktr.ee/WanderingWays Sponsors: Check out Blue Ribbon Nets https://blueribbonnets.net/ and use the code Rugaru10 for 10% off Check out the Little Shell Tribe Store https://shopls574.com/shop/ and use the code Wanderingways to get a discount
Dolphins are evil, can we all agree on that? Totally evil. Monsters of the deep, keepers of terrible and dark secrets. Turn back mortal!Wandering Monster done diddly monstered the Wandering every Tuesday, like a fuggin boss. Check out the Epic Legacy Series by 2CGaming to take your game beyond 20th Level!Support the show
Today on the show we sit down with Australian cinematographer Marden Dean ACS to talk about his experience in the industry, learning to adapt to film life, and more. Marden has a ton of experience in the commercial and the narrative world at is was a pleasure having him on the show to chat about his […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast: Episode #337 – Marden Dean ACS appeared first on Cinematography Podcast & Tutorials.
Paul & Dan reminisce on the Advanced D&D Gold Box computer game, Pool of Radiance. Pool of Radiance was a role-playing video game developed and published by Strategic Simulations, Inc (SSI) in 1988. It was the first adaptation of TSR's Advanced Dungeons & Dragons (AD&D) fantasy role-playing game for home computers, becoming the first episode in a four-part series of D&D computer adventure games. The other games in the "Gold Box" series used the game engine pioneered in Pool of Radiance, as did later D&D titles such as the Neverwinter Nights online game. Pool of Radiance takes place in the Forgotten Realms fantasy setting, with the action centered in and around the port city of Phlan. As in traditional D&D games, the player starts by building a party of up to six characters, deciding the race, gender, class, and ability scores for each. The player's party is enlisted to help the settled part of the city by clearing out the marauding inhabitants that have taken over the surroundings. The characters move on from one area to another, battling bands of enemies as they go and ultimately confronting the powerful leader of the evil forces. During play, the player characters gain experience points, which allow them to increase their capabilities. The game primarily uses a first-person perspective, with the screen divided into sections to display pertinent textual information. During combat sequences, the display switches to a top-down "video game isometric" view. Generally well received by the gaming press, Pool of Radiance won the Origins Award for "Best Fantasy or Science Fiction Computer Game of 1988". Some reviewers criticized the game's similarities to other contemporary games and its slowness in places, but praised the game's graphics and its role-playing adventure and combat aspects. Also well-regarded was the ability to export player characters from Pool of Radiance to subsequent SSI games in the series. Wandering DMs Paul Siegel and Dan “Delta” Collins host thoughtful discussions on D&D and other TTRPGs every week. Comparing the pros and cons of every edition from the 1974 Original D&D little brown books to cutting-edge releases for 5E D&D today, we broadcast live on YouTube and Twitch so we can take viewer questions and comments on the topic of the day. Live every Sunday at 1 PM Eastern time.
In Episode 206 we talked about the marketing is shifting, are you? You must be a student of the market to become the local market expert. Being the local market expert will give you the confidence to talk to potential sellers and buyers. This week we will focus on attracting more sellers to convert to active listings. Next week, we will discuss how to talk to buyers about opportunities in this shifting market. Find our show notes at https://www.wbnlcoaching.com/podcast
Lisa, my guest from episode 168, "A Vein of Gratitude" is back to share how her reunion has been in the year since we spoke. Lisa and I chatted the night before Lisa met her birth mother for the first time. The COVID-19 pandemic had kept them apart, so the moment was imminent that they would finally meet. The reunion went well, even though some discussion topics were closed for exploration. Afterwards, Lisa struggled with her birth mother's expressions of love and the woman's intense desire to connect Lisa to her half-brother. Lisa had an array of reunion, emotions and experiences in the year, since we first spoke. Now it's time for an update on Lisa's journey. Who Am I Really? Who Am I Really? Website - http://www.whoamireallypodcast.com/ (http://www.whoamireallypodcast.com/) Share Your Story - http://bit.ly/2imgrtv_Share (bit.ly/2imgrtv_Share) Listen On Apple Podcasts - http://apple.co/2oOd25m (http://apple.co/2oOd25m) Spotify - https://spoti.fi/2RN3jcB (https://spoti.fi/2RN3jcB) Google Play - http://bit.ly/2oEU7bH (http://bit.ly/2oEU7bH) TuneIn - http://tun.in/piyg9 (http://tun.in/piyg9) Stitcher - http://bit.ly/2DsqBxk_Stitcher (http://bit.ly/2DsqBxk_Stitcher) Player FM - https://player.fm/series/who-am-i-really (https://player.fm/series/who-am-i-really) Podbean - https://my.captivate.fm/bit.ly/2I0ITeY_Podbean (bit.ly/2I0ITeY_Podbean) YouTube - http://bit.ly/2oF3yrH (http://bit.ly/2oF3yrH) Social Media Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/WAIReally/ (https://www.facebook.com/WAIReally/) Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/waireally/ (https://www.instagram.com/waireally/) Damon's own story in print and audio: Damon's story "Who Am I Really? An Adoptee Memoir” - https://amzn.to/2Y9RNf8 (https://amzn.to/2Y9RNf8)
Dan & Paul chat with award-winning comic creator Kieron Gillen on his new DIE RPG. Kieron Gillen is one of our favorite comic authors working today -- he's written series for the X-Men, Avengers, Eternals, Star Wars, Warhammer, Starcraft, and many more. He's also worked as a game journalist and co-founded the site Rock Paper Shotgun. Now, on the tail of his recent 20-issue fantasy series, DIE, he breaks new ground with his own RPG set in that world, years in the making, and currently funding on Kickstarter. DIE is a tabletop roleplaying game about fantasy versus reality, and poses the question of why we play games at all. The comic it's based upon is occasionally jokingly described as “goth Jumanji”; DIE the RPG is designed from the ground up to let a group of players make their own personal version of the comic. In DIE you play a group of authentically flawed people from the real world who gather together to play an RPG and are dragged into a fantasy realm. They then have to find their way home… or not. “A deliciously dark Phantom Tollbooth-like journey told through a lens of broken humanity and a deconstruction of the role-playing game's roots. I am entranced."Matthew Mercer, Critical Role Back the DIE RPG on KickstarterWatch a DIE actual-play sessionBuy the DIE comic seriesFollow Kieron on Twitter Wandering DMs Paul Siegel and Dan “Delta” Collins host thoughtful discussions on D&D and other TTRPGs every week. Comparing the pros and cons of every edition from the 1974 Original D&D little brown books to cutting-edge releases for 5E D&D today, we broadcast live on YouTube and Twitch so we can take viewer questions and comments on the topic of the day. Live every Sunday at 1 PM Eastern time.
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Wandering deep into the oak wood, you find yourself serenaded by a magical trinity of birds. First a wood warbler, then a redstart and finally a pied flycatcher. All three have migrated here from Africa for a brief season of courtship and nesting among the ancient trees. Recorded by Fergus Collins, presented by Hannah Tribe. Image from Getty. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Mike and I discuss travel and what it takes to buy that plane ticket and get out there and record these ancient sites. Mike has a great channel and he showcases some amazing ancient ruins and sites that even if you think you know and have seen everything from that place, wait until you see his footage of said site! Follow Mike: https://t.co/GE1yjFypbU And if you want to hit Nikki up: WEBSITE: https://www.nikkianajones.com/TELEGRAM: https://t.me/nikkiana_jonesIG: nikkiana_jones TWITTER: @LivingExtraord1 PODCAST: https://anchor.fm/nikkianajonesCONTACT: Nikkianajones@protonmail.com ODYSEE: https://odysee.com/@nikkianajones:1BITCHUTE: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/uXvR... Rumble: https://rumble.com/user/nikkianajones --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nikkianajones/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nikkianajones/support
Dan & Paul review our favorite Wild West RPGs. Some gamers argue that any fantasy or sci-fi RPG, including Dungeons & Dragons, is mostly Wild West plot tropes covered over with fantasy dressing. How true is that? How much influence did the development of Western RPGs have on mainline D&D at the outset? How easy or successful have you been at crossing over from Western to full-blown Fantasy in the same game campaign? Wandering DMs Paul Siegel and Dan “Delta” Collins host thoughtful discussions on D&D and other TTRPGs every week. Comparing the pros and cons of every edition from the 1974 Original D&D little brown books to cutting-edge releases for 5E D&D today, we broadcast live on YouTube and Twitch so we can take viewer questions and comments on the topic of the day. Live every Sunday at 1 PM Eastern time.
This week the lads talk Bigfoot. Ranger Zach went to Forks, Washington and attended a Bigfoot Festival while Rev. Mark went looking for a Bigfoot Trap. The conversation wanders into open water swimming, wrong turns, Matt Buddy, Yellowstone, and marathon running. Get your hands on some Wandering Ways Apparel at teespring.com/stores/wandering-ways Check out our instagram for the pictures discussed and more stories @Wandering_Ways_Podcast Love the podcast or want to be a possible guest email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Check out even more Quartz Lake and Wandering Ways fun at https://linktr.ee/WanderingWays Sponsors: Check out Blue Ribbon Nets https://blueribbonnets.net/ and use the code Rugaru10 for 10% off Check out the Little Shell Tribe Store https://shopls574.com/shop/ and use the code Wanderingways to get a discount
In this episode, we focus in on protecting your relationship from hearts that can get entangled and eyes that can allow lust to enter your home and so much more!!! Turn us up, and if you have a moment-- FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM @sumitupsumners. Like, comment, and SHARE! Your support means so much. Enjoy the episode.ALL links: https://linktr.ee/sumitupsumners*Sponsors*Beautiful Briny Sea is an Atlanta-based shop that makes the best dry artisan goods in the country. When you support them, you support US: https://www.beautifulbrinysea.com/ —> 20% off now through June. Use our code: SPICEITUPSUMNERS
THIS DWARF IS ON FIREEEEEEE! Yup, the awesome D&D monster known as the Azer is this week's Wandering Monster! But...are the Azer really that Awesome? Brill gives these boys a small bashing...Wandering Monster manifests every Tuesday, stuck in a time-loop. Check out the Epic Legacy Series by 2CGaming to take your game beyond 20th Level!Support the show
We are back with another breakdown this week as we jump behind the scenes to see a recent spot I shot and discuss a few of the many challenges. Day exterior spots are always tricky and this one even more so as a few location issues meant we had to re-arrange the schedule to put ourselves […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast: Episode #336 – Shady Business appeared first on Cinematography Podcast & Tutorials.
Dan & Paul catch up with James Maliszewski of Grognardia on his "House of Worms" campaign! Have you ever managed to run a D&D campaign for 7 years and counting? Well, James Maliszewski has in his long-running Empire of the Petal Throne campaign -- so we wanted to get his advice and hear about how to keep a campaign fresh, exciting, and players returning for more. Plus catch up on his prodigious ongoing output at the Grognardia blog, the Hall of Blue Illumination podcast, The Excellent Travelling Volume EPT zine, and his upcoming Secrets of sha-Arthan. How on Tékumel does he do it? Read the Grognardia blogListen to the Hall of Blue Illumination podcastCheck out The Excellent Travelling Volume zine Wandering DMs Paul Siegel and Dan “Delta” Collins host thoughtful discussions on D&D and other TTRPGs every week. Comparing the pros and cons of every edition from the 1974 Original D&D little brown books to cutting-edge releases for 5E D&D today, we broadcast live on YouTube and Twitch so we can take viewer questions and comments on the topic of the day. Live every Sunday at 1 PM Eastern time.
Wandering, lost, and alone. How long have I been like this? My sins are against me, sapping my strength. Bones wasting away, I groan in agony. Those I had trusted in betrayed and enslaved me—quite honestly, my own evil heart enslaved me. This heart is as hard as stone, my transgressions heavy from the time of my birth. Have mercy, God. Wash away my sins! Your love is great, your mercies are endless! I confess my evil ways, my tendency to roam, my search for meaning and satisfaction in everything that is not You. What will I, this stubborn sheep who has strayed so far, offer my Shepherd? I know He will not turn me away when I come to Him—He will not despise a heart full of brokenness and sorrow for my sins. Create in me a heart of purity, my God! Make my heart steadfast; cover me with Your forgiveness. Remove my heart of stone and give me a heart of flesh! My Shepherd turns to me with love in His eyes, arms open wide. I hear Him whisper to my soul, “I will gather you back...I will cleanse you from everything impure...I will give you a new heart, a new spirit...I will remove from you your heart of stone and give you a heart of flesh. Are you willing to lay down your idols?” I contemplate the things I once thought would fill me, those pseudo-gods. My soul aches with emptiness and longing, and I know—I know. “Will it hurt?” My voice is barely a whisper. Sorrow shines in His eyes. “Yes. But I already endured the deepest pain for you.” It is then that I notice the nail scars in His hands. I nod, and He reaches deep. His hand finds my lifeless heart—a cold mess of hardened tissue, muscle, and valve. I gasp as He removes this mass of stone from my chest. I watch as the Shepherd covers my heart of stone with His nail-scarred hands. He breathes on those hands, my heart inside. Then, I hear it, the unbelievably sweet sound of a heart beating, deep and even. He opens His hands and therein lies a new heart—a heart of flesh. • Savannah Coleman • Ezekiel prophesied that God would save His people through Jesus—He is the Good Shepherd who lays down His life for us, His sheep (John 10:11). What do you think it means that God will remove our heart of stone and give us a heart of flesh? “I will give them an undivided heart and put a new spirit in them; I will remove from them their heart of stone and give them a heart of flesh.” Ezekiel 11:19 (NIV)
One of the thoughts I kept coming back to while working on my episode's on multitasking was what it really meant to be multitasking. I settled on using the idea of doing two cognitive tasks at the same time, but that left me with another quandary - what about when I'm doing one thing and just thinking about doing something else. Surely just thinking about something else wouldn't count as multitasking.But still... There have absolutely been times when I've been thinking about something else and found myself getting engrossed in my thoughts and losing track of conversations or what I was doing. Clearly, my thoughts can play a big role in what I'm doing and if my focus is somewhere else then it certainly isn't here in the present.Today we're going to explore what our brain is doing here - how our thoughts can kind of run away with us. We'll also be looking at hyperfocus and then bringing together how these things relate.Support me on PatreonConnect with me on:FacebookTwitterInstagramor ask me a question on my Contact PageFind the show note at HackingYourADHD.com/wanderingmindThis Episode's Top TipsThe Default Mode Network is a collection of brain regions that are responsible for daydreaming, mind wandering and are primarily active in our wakeful resting state.In neurotypical brains the Default Mode Network disengages when we start working on task-specific work - this relationship doesn't hold up in ADHD brains and is why we can drift off in thought while trying to do complex tasks.Hyperfocus is when our concentration engages so much that we kind of just tune out the rest of the world. It can be a double-edged sword, however, because we can also miss cues to eat, use the bathroom and overuse our executive functions, and leave us completely drained when we come out of it.We can help both our default mode network and our hyperfocus by taking breaks throughout the day. We can go further by using those breaks for positive constructive daydreaming where we let our minds wander with purpose.
We are prone to wandering from God the Father. Generally, when we have sin in our lives we want to be as far away from God as possible. We don't wander physically like the son in the parable, but we do wonder spiritually. We don't physically go to a far country, but we avoid praying, reading the Bible, attending church and fellowship. https://youtu.be/Bu4-vZmz4D0 We are prone to wandering from God the Father. When we have sin in our lives we avoid praying, reading the Bible, and attending church. Table of ContentsLesson One: God lets His children wander from Him.Lesson Two: Sometimes parents must let their children wander from them.Lesson Three: God has ways of bringing us back from wandering.Lesson Four: Slavery to God results in freedom. Family Worship Guide for Prone to Wandering from God the Father Directions: Read the verses and then answer the questions: Day 1: Luke 15:12, Jeremiah 2:2, Mark 10:21-23, John 6:66, Lamentations 3:27—Why did the son go to a far country? In what ways do we, spiritually speaking, go to a far country away from our Heavenly Father? Why do you think the father didn't go after his son? What application does this have for us in our relationship with God and in our relationships with our own children?Day 2: Jeremiah 2:19, Luke 15:14-15—When we wander from our Heavenly Father how does He bring us back to Himself? How do our backslidings rebuke us? What does it mean that sin punishes the sinner? Provide some examples of what this looks like in your life or other people's lives.Day 3: 2 Peter 2:19, John 8:34-36, Romans 6:18, Exodus 21:5-6, Matthew 6:24—How does sin make people slaves? What does it mean for people to be slaves to sin? How can people be freed from slavery to sin? Describe the process for people to become a willing slave of a master in the Old Testament? What application does this have for us as Christians? Sermon Notes The title of this morning's sermon is, “Prone to Wandering from God the Father.” On Sunday mornings we're working our way through Luke's gospel verse by verse and we find ourselves at Luke 15:11. Please stand with me for the reading of God's Word. Luke 15:11 And he said, “There was a man who had two sons. 12 And the younger of them said to his father, ‘Father, give me the share of property that is coming to me.' And he divided his property between them. 13 Not many days later, the younger son gathered all he had and took a journey into a far country, and there he squandered his property in reckless living. 14 And when he had spent everything, a severe famine arose in that country, and he began to be in need. 15 So he went and hired himself out to one of the citizens of that country, who sent him into his fields to feed pigs. 16 And he was longing to be fed with the pods that the pigs ate, and no one gave him anything. You may be seated. Let's pray. On Sunday mornings we have been working our way through Luke's gospel verse by verse and have reached what is most commonly known as the parable of the prodigal son. We took a brief detour for a few weeks because of something I saw at the beginning of the parable that I thought was so important I wanted to elaborate on it by showing you a few other examples in Scripture. Let's back up to the beginning of the parable to briefly review… Luke 15:11 And he said, “There was a man who had two sons. 12 And the younger of them said to his father, ‘Father, give me the share of property that is coming to me.' And he divided his property between them. As we talked in our sermon on these verses, the son's request was incredibly rude and disrespectful. The listeners in Jesus's day would've expected the father to: Reject the son's requestRebuke him for his disrespectSlap him across the faceRemove him from the familyAnnounce the son should be viewed as deadAnd then hold a funeral for him Instead, we read… Luke 15:12b And he divided his property between them.
In this episode, Xan reviews a slice of life manga about a lone figure who travels around exploring various countries for a few days at a time. Is it a copy of another series or is it something else? Well sit back and find out as he reviews Wandering Witch - The Journey of Elaina by Jourgi Shiraishi and illustrated by Itsuki Nanao. ----more---- As our intrepid host analyzes this series, he also compares this to other series with a similar premise, and also goes over his opinion on the story of the Ashen Witch in general. Remember to Like, Share and Subscribe. Follow us @spiraken on Twitter and @spiraken on Instagram, subscribe to this podcast and our YouTube channel, Support our Patreon and if you would kindly, please go to www.tinyurl.com/helpxan and give us a great rating on Apple Podcasts. Also join our discord and Thank you and hope you enjoy this episode. #spiraken #mangareview #wheelofmanga #adventuremanga #shonenmanga #wanderingwitchthejourneyofelaina #sliceoflifemanga #jourgishiraishi #elainatheashenwitch #squareenixmanga #lightnoveladaptation #podcasthq #manga #spirakenreviewpodcast Music Used in This Episode: Closing Theme-Trendsetter by Mood Maze (Uppbeat) Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/mood-maze/trendsetter License code: YEPNB5COHX56JVES WHERE TO FIND US Our Instagram https://www.instagram.com/spiraken/ Our Email Spiraken@gmail.com Xan's Email firstname.lastname@example.org Our Patron https://www.patreon.podbean.com/spiraken or https://www.patreon.com/spiraken Our Discord https://tinyurl.com/spiradiscord Our Twitter https://twitter.com/spiraken Our Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/user/spiraken Our Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/spiraken Our Amazon Store http://www.amazon.com/shops/spiraken Random Question of the Day: Do you like these travel story manga series?
After being sentenced to 6 months in juvie, Bart befriends a girl on the inside, who then helps him escape. Guest starring Sarah Michelle Gellar as Gina. Support the show for EARLY ACCESS & EXCLUSIVE CONTENT at patreon.com/fourfingerdiscount
Live from Norfolk Virginia it's Great Morning! Welcome back everyone! In this week's episode the gang along with everybody's friend Ashley welcomes back special guest co-host-Rush Tha Visionary! Listen as these five fantastical folks discuss: Utah, fingers in a butt, roulette, and if bees ruled the world! We hope you enjoy episode 14! Where that fimbria at?
This week Kirk brings us the adorable pokemon of a mammal the Lowland Streaked Tenrec, Rachel tells us why the color Magenta doesn't really exist and Victoria talks about bizarre teeth of Chitons. You'll just have to listen to figure out where the episode title comes from! As usual, this week's episode was made possible by the support of members of The Society of Strange. You can join in the fun and support the show you love over at patreon.com/strangebynature
Check Out Episode 247 of Cool, Calm, & Chaotic And A Fantastic Conversation With The Wandering Michigander Herself Taylor Dustin. This Is One of The Best Episodes Ever Because It Both Highlights The Beautiful State of Michigan and The Amazing Traveling 'Lower Peninsula Troll' Taylor, Who You Will Soon Learn Is A Spectacular Human Being. In This Episode We Talk About Who Taylor Is and How She Got Started Into Social Media Dominance. The Amazing Landscape and Diversity of The Entire State From The South, West, East, and North (Which Is Apparently Further North Than Flint). Taylor's Favorite Spots To Hit Up Within The State For Scenery, Food, Drinks, and Good Times. Taking Time Away From Social Media, Dealing With Haters, How To Make Waffles, and Much More! Topics Include… ✔️ Who Taylor 'The Wandering Michigander' Is ✔️ The Transition From College, To Career, To Leap of Faith ✔️ Making Bold Moves and Doing Things You Love ✔️ The Growing Appreciation For Michigan We've Both Had ✔️ TikTok Is Much More Than Something That I Don't Understand ✔️ The Haters In Their Moms Basement Making Stupid Comments ✔️ Up North Means Different Things To Different People In Michigan ✔️ Recounting Trips To Lexington and The East Side of Michigan ✔️ Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes Is Everything You'd Expect and More ✔️ Pictured Rocks & Marquette Are A Great Nature & City Combo ✔️ Good Food & Drinks Are The Key To A Great Trip ✔️ Lake Michigan Is A Preposterously Amazing Body of Water ✔️ As An East Sider… There's No Getting Around The Majesty of The West Side ✔️ The Best Breweries & Drinks In Michigan ✔️ Guarding Against Getting To Addicted To Work and Media ✔️ Some of Taylor's Future Travels In and Out of Michigan ✔️ The Extra Work That Goes Into Being A Superhuman Influencer ✔️ The Simple Life, Dancing, Coffee Food Trucks, Pulled Pork Mac and Cheese, & Much More! Follow Taylor Related Content At The Following Places: TikTok Instagram Follow Zarate Fitness Related Content At The Following Places: Website Instagram Twitter Facebook YouTube Also...Are You Interested In Weekly FREE Email Full of Good Reads, Schedules, and A Ton Of Tips, Ideas, and Ways To Increase Health, Fitness, and Happiness Delivered Right To Your Email Instead Of Checking All Over The Place? Me Too!! Sign Up Below And Sit Back and Keep Living The Good Life! http://zaratefitness.us10.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=bd5db6ad085f2ab63066ec43d&id=6af1b1391a
Drum roll please... The winner of this year's Andre Sofhob award is...Tim Pfaustch! A round of applause for the whole group of nominees and a big congratulations for Tim for taking home the ward and keeping it in the Tim family after Tim Thompson's win last year. It is always fun to celebrate people from the community and […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast: Episode #335 – Tim Pfautsch appeared first on Cinematography Podcast & Tutorials.