35 Burst results for "Bethel"

How Seriously Should We Take the Left?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:24 min | 2 months ago

How Seriously Should We Take the Left?

"Listen. Hi, dinesh. I was listening to your segment on AOC when she was saying that Texas will be between blue. Your reaction war with me very much. We have underestimated the left for four too long. We let them take over what we watch in CV, what is thought to our children in schools, and so much more, just because we keep dismissing their ideas as Looney and ridiculous. May I remind you that Donald Trump won Texas by less than 6% in 2020. Compared to 9% in 2016, Ted Cruz won his 2018 reelection by less than 3%. Compared to 16% in 2012, the numbers don't lie, so my recommendations to conservatives like you and libertarians like myself is to take the left seriously as crazy as some of them may sound. Things the next question. Good question. Let me start by saying, you know, first of all, I think that I think that you aren't something important. And that is that even figures like AOC, Ilhan Omar. Well, we've got to be a little careful in flatly dismissing them because they have strong constituencies. They mobilize and motivate a lot of people. In fact, my daughter, Danielle, was saying that she kind of studies AOC because she believes that AOC is playing a very kind of cunning game. And that AOC, whether she's right or not, is kind of beside the point because what she is is a, she's an actress. She's someone who's able to, she has an innate sense of theater and drama. She knows how to draw the camera and she knows how to make something appear cool. And very often for young people, it's more important to conform with the cool than it is to be convinced by an argument. So let me say right up front that I think that you are on the money on that aspect. What do you think about the broader point about the fragility of Texas? Oh, well, I think he's right on point. And I've never agreed with you on that one. And he basically said, don't dismiss these people. Don't dismiss beto. And when I heard that bethel was running for governor, I not that I think he'll win, but I do think that he fools a lot of people.

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"bethel" Discussed on The Best Advice Show

The Best Advice Show

01:59 min | 8 months ago

"bethel" Discussed on The Best Advice Show

"Is this that useful? It doesn't matter if it's true. Is it useful? We're going to build on this archive today with bethel habte. Sometimes I can't silence the negative self talk, so instead I just say it all out loud, which lets me hear how ridiculous it is. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. It doesn't work every time because. You can believe. Oh, you can save the negative thing that you believe about yourself in your head. You can say it out loud. And then you could actually believe it. Which would suck. I mean, sometimes you say it and you're like, that no, come on. I'm exaggerating. I think that some people have the luxury of being able to easily hype themselves, but if you're not one of those people, I feel like you kind of need something like this to engineer the self hype. And I'm not, I'm not someone who can easily help themselves. But I don't think of that as a bad thing either. I think being humble is sort of a super strength, but you can't let yourself be so humble that you can convince yourself that you're not worth doing the things that you want to do. When bethel hobbit isn't quieting the inner shit talker, she's making some of the best audio out there. She is a producer and reporter. And the essential show resistance. What are you doing to curb your negative self talk? I want to hear. We've got a bunch of advice on this. I've put it all on our show notes. But I want to hear what you've got. 8 four four 9 three 5 best 8 four four 9 three 5 best. Thank you so much for listening. Be kind to yourself, say it out loud, let it float away..

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The Queen of Soul: Aretha Franklin

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:02 min | 10 months ago

The Queen of Soul: Aretha Franklin

"Aretha franklin was born in memphis tennessee on march twenty fifth nineteen forty two barbara seekers franklin and reverend clarence levin franklin by the time she was four a wreath as family had moved from memphis to buffalo new york before. Finally settling in detroit michigan growing up. Aretha was surrounded by music. Her mother was a gospel singer and played the piano and her father. A minister saying to at the age of six a wreath as parents separated and read the state with her father. Her mother passed away a few years. Later are rita's father's house was often home to visiting musicians. From dino washington to sam cooke to mahalia jackson aretha sisters erma and carolyn were also musically inclined and saying and wrote songs throughout their lives. Aretha had an amazing ear for music. Despite the fact that she never learned to read music her brother later said that by the time aretha was ten years old she could hear a song once and immediately be able to sing it and play it on the piano. Aretha made her performing debut as a member of the choir at new bethel. Church or her father preached. It didn't take long for her incredible talent to be recognized when she was twelve years old. She went on tour performing with other popular gospel artists. That same year aretha got pregnant and hundred first child at the age of twelve. A son named clarence two years later she had a second son. Edward throughout her life aretha would return to her roots singing gospel nusa when she was eighteen years old. She switched her primary focus to secular music. She moved to new york city parting from her son to state with her family in detroit that year in nineteen sixty aretha signed a contract with columbia records. Her early albums touched on all sorts of genres from jazz to blues. To broadway to aren

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"bethel" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

Christ is the Cure

05:02 min | 11 months ago

"bethel" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

"At train generation to to not sit idly by and and do nothing with what he said. If i could say it's underneath this larger umbrella that jesus was fully god fully man the whole way co equaling co eternal with god of the classic doctrines of the church hyper stat. Hypothetic union home lucia the same essence of the father so we would say under that umbrella. Now we're trying to figure out. How does it work. So god consciousness in a human consciousness in operation christ and this is something searches wrestle with for two thousand years And that we ended up. I was just looking at some of it tonight again. About how nuanced and how semantics are involved but also how complex it is to think about a god who knows everything actually. Did you have to learn aramaic. did you have to learn. It's this interesting deal of how interesting little tidbit there. That i didn't notice before. Was that dan actually pulls some calcium language there. So that's that's significant. I mean he knows what he's talking about in relation to cal halcion. He is fully implemented search oftentimes has. There's been several times when we try to over. Explain that you know you had a human will in a man's body in the church rightly said you're over explaining something. The lord has under explained. That's exactly and we need to kind of sit with this mystery like we don't quite understand it. It isn't history highly complex. But it's somehow it's the most powerful and best way to communicate who he is what he was up to the the prevailing thought jesus as the son of god. Yeah under that. We're trying to work out the commission. And the best way i know how is to use the language that he used when he said cinemax nothing. Allie do what i see my father. Do i only say what i hear. My father say see those moments. And as best as i know how you know. I'm i'm trying to help generation. But i also hear you say addition and even authorized as i as i was sent your sense so that the it's not just that understanding of his any sort of any sort of limitation that he would take himself. Let's be clear that's all different. Discussion is sovereignty. Kenny self limits. And look and he's like i don't know but he is inviting us into he authorizes us and then he gives us the holy spirit. This is this beautiful moment when he's like it's good for you that i go to the father because then you know you're gonna be able to do the stuff and move in this ministry of reconciliation Once i go and you've received the holy spirit and so there's also these positives Not just that we've been invited into the abundant life. God and and to be about his business. The father's business like us about exactly exactly so I can't remember where it is. There's it's either in part one part two where they're talking about. Miracles and dan separates miracles where some work. Oh i missed it I think it's in part one. Run the thirty minute mark. But dan says you know not all miracles are for believers and bill agrees and they move on basically points specifically john's gospel right with the seven miracles but regardless they they do say that on.

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"bethel" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

Christ is the Cure

05:12 min | 11 months ago

"bethel" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

"That it kind of lacks in that it becomes so optimistic that it doesn't allow for god's purposes through other things as easily and at the end of the day bethel seems to vary synergistic. It's a lot of man cooperating. With god and so that's bound to come out and i think that's also an issue. So yeah he talks about the blessing of medicine and then he talks about how whenever he says that god will always allow Healing or always wills healing. He he postures it in a way that he says. I view it this way. So that i do not create a system of doubt but a system of faith to level with you. I think that's kinda respectable. His his view is i need to have faith. So i'm going to have that faith in my mind all the time. Now some point he does talk about where the healings fail and he says you know that zimrights would. I can do because i need to work for the moment. That's fair to so again. This comes back to in terms of what i have seen in my research. A- bethel whenever they explain these things in a public setting. It's not being flushed out whether or not these kind of details are being found in their day to day teaching. I don't know because i'm in texas there in california and it's not my congregation so that's one of those things that i kind of have to deal with what i have is what is public. And so the those nuances without explaining this stuff. It becomes problematic at the forty five market the same video. He says we'll correct anyone on our team. Who says you weren't healed because you didn't have enough faith. He says that's cruel and his his argument. Is that a green of faith You know colonel. Faith is enough or any says that sometimes it's not even the faith of the person who's getting healed but the the person who is healing and so you can get into the gifts and everything like that. We're not gonna focus on that. Let's see one twenty seven. Did i skip a section. No this is just video one. I'm just kind of bring. Oh and this really talk about the passion. The passion transition. They kind of talked about it in a weird way. They do not engage with.

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"bethel" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

Christ is the Cure

05:29 min | 11 months ago

"bethel" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

"Further into actually looking at the video from bethel I want to point out this book. It's the holy spirit by greg. Gallison and costume burger fantastic book by the way And they're talking about the who jesus was working through so to speak Big question did jesus Do miracles Through his divine nature through his human nature. It's a big debate. A lot of answers. But i think i think it misses the mark. I'm kinda with stephen welham on this word. It's kind of a false dichotomy to just say that because as the person he's working i mean he's working through his his nature's So he talks about how there's one view where the spirits enabling his miracles on as performing the is generally assumed that jesus performed his miracles by virtue of divine nature and then he gives lists of support for that others challenges. Saying that No peer says to cornelius. You know that god has anointed jesus of nazareth with the holy spirit with power that he went about doing good and healing. All who under the tyranny of the devil because jesus was with them The point underscored is that jesus performed miracles. Healings through the power of the holy spirit and their conclusion is that new mythology numerology Doesn't like making the dichotomy. Kind of what i just said Of the person that work of christ and to holy spirit it is the god man anointed without measure by constantly and being constantly filled with the holy spirit who restored sight to blind on etc So this is to say that you can't really Separate their emphasis in both circles You know we like to read through the gospels emphasize the of christ whenever reading through You know his miracles at the same time. That's just as aaron is because we do read a lot about how the holy spirit he was working through the holy spirit and so i think the day this discussion is it new. It's more complex. And so whenever we're thinking this we can't just paint with a broad brush and be unfair that that's kind of my primary point here And so whenever. I was listening to these videos and i was thinking through what was said There are points of disagreement. But the issue that i had issues with were resolved on crystal g and the gospel Except for there's a point in bill johnson's career he said that if you believe that paul's thorn was brought about by god's will Then that's a different gospel. He never addressed that. That's a problem. But in these videos they express the gospel fairly. Well now. you can talk about how they're discussing and try to read into that Again i i tried to just listen to what's being said and not so much everything else. Because i don't wanna i don't want to make assumptions about motive in things like that that i can't possibly know In so we're going to kind of listen to this at a faster speed. We're gonna go through it a little bit and stop it here and there we are gonna talk about jesus born again. There are things that bill said that previously. Whenever i had heard it didn't make sense to me. And i thought it was wrong..

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"bethel" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

Christ is the Cure

05:04 min | 11 months ago

"bethel" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

"We're gonna discuss we still critique it but we do have to recognize that. They're respond to things that people have been regurgitating about them on. They're seeking to clear that up. And if that was you or me we would hope for the grace to listen to consider that whenever we say we don't believe xyz them we need to take it seriously. This is all the say. That whenever i got past those presuppositions and rewatch the first episode I was like okay. I need to consider this need away. What's good what's bad and there are good things that come out of this and there are bad things or still airs. I think i've changed my perspective. Not in terms of endorsing bethel. And i can't remember fire set it but if you don't know i've been a critic of bethal since he's been years now i've been pretty heavy critic of them and some of my predominant concerns are still there but some of my biggest concerns are mellowed out and some people won't like that my goal is to be fair and honest imbalanced in someone to bring in some information on that As we talk about this. And then i also want to Say that part of this might my even my interest of even beginning to look at this first video or to thing is the second one that they really get into. The meat of it was that i had suspicions that they were being misrepresented or misunderstood or there were things that were contradicting critics that they weren't being taken seriously because of who they are. Our tendency is to just assume there's deception that they're you know people were saying one thing but they're but they're just doing it to save face and that is true in some cases. I personally do not feel. I have the right or position to assume that about anyone All i have are the hard facts and the evidence and so i really tried to step outside of that presupposition of hey these guys. They're you know they're sneaky. You know they're gonna sneak around they're going to beat around..

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"bethel" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

Christ is the Cure

03:59 min | 11 months ago

"bethel" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

"Welcome back to price pure This is technically not a numbered episode. But it'll have 163 attached to it because that's where it falls so whenever you hear episode one sixty three published. It'll say it's one sixty one sixty four because this was a last minute thing and we'll get into all the details about that but before we do in quite relevant to today's topic. Check this out. Make your plans now to join us for the g. Three national conference. September thirtieth through october. Second as we'll gather for christian fellowship and the worship of god through song and the preached word our theme for the twenty twenty one conference will be centered on biblical chronology. You can find registration details at g. Three men dot org get fifteen percent off by mentioning code g three. Jt that's g three jt so g. three we'll be national conference on crystal g. And that's what we're gonna be talking about predominantly today but as. I was prepping for this episode. We're going to talk about other things as well because there's not a way to make this a one and done unless let's say do and just as well. I'm not sure how long this is going to be. I'm on a time cap so to speak and so if hear my phone buzz. Sorry for that. But i need to watch the time and I'm not sure how organized this is going to be And and that's that you know. There's there's a lot of things a lot of thoughts coming from today's topic and so we'll just jump into instead of beating around the bush and so we're talking about a video series put out by bethel and I'll tell you. It's called rediscovered bethel the synopsis on their website websites. Rediscovered bethel's video series that addresses common questions and misconceptions about bethel church and redding california specifically regarding our theological beliefs teachings and practices so they're releasing.

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Public helps increase Snowbird Fund

Native America Calling

02:22 min | 1 year ago

Public helps increase Snowbird Fund

"This is national native news. Antonio gonzalez three tribes in alaska are participating in a pilot program to collect data and provide solutions on a community level to missing and murdered indigenous. People katyal brian van wa- spoke with officials about how the new project will change their approach on active and cold cases at the beginning of the year. The us attorney's office for alaska announced that the department of justice would embark on a pilot project to address the missing and murdered indigenous persons epidemic in the state which again tribal council in dealing ham is one of three alaska tribes that volunteered to be part of the project. Each tribe will develop a tribal community response plan tailored to its needs resources and culture. According to a study by the urban indian health institute out of twenty nine states alaska ranks fourth in the number of missing and murdered indigenous women. Tribal administrator courtney cardi says the importance of statistics on a local level often. Native communities are researched by outsiders in the situation. It's very important that especially with such a sensitive topic but our council is able to work with families directly to quantify the issue and demonstrate that ourselves versus having outside organization. Be that for the drive meets with the us attorney's office as part of a forum to increase communication between communities and public officials. Ingrid cumberland's is the emma p. coordinator for the us attorney's office in alaska. She says that a key to reduce mvp cases to establish connections between tribes agencies and to implement solid tribal community response plans. We we really just need to build those relationships and and make sure that everybody is as soon as possible so that we can get working on any incident at the quickest possible moment. Brian schroeder the us attorney for alaska stressed that it is important to establish communication and transparency before crises occur. A large part of what this is is getting all the parties involved all the stakeholders involved to start talking to each other. Now you wanna be able to talk ahead of time and know each other and open those lines of communication to young's plan will serve as a model for hub communities like bethel nome more information about the pilot project can be found by contacting the us attorney's office in alaska and billingham. I'm brian vanua

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Enough Faith to Repent (Genesis 35:1-4)

Pray the Word with David Platt

04:23 min | 1 year ago

Enough Faith to Repent (Genesis 35:1-4)

"Genesis chapter thirty five versus one through four god said to jacob arise go up to bethel and dwelled. There may can alter their to the god who appeared to you when you fled from your brother. He saw so jacobs said to his household to all who were with him. Put away the foreign gods that are among you and purify yourselves and change your garments. Then let us arise and go up to bethel said i may make their an altar to the god who answers me in the day of my distress and has been with me wherever i have gone. So they gave jacob all the foreign gods that they had and the rings are in their ears. Jacob hid them under the turbines tree that was near shack him So much we could talk about here but get the big picture. What happened is god had called jacob to come back to bethel where got it appeared to jacob before what happens at the very end agenda shepherd thirty three is jacob stops about twenty miles short of bethel place called him and that's where all kinds of evil comes upon his family which we prayed and light of yesterday then in chapter thirty five god appears to jacob again and says go to the place. I called you to go. And so jacob looks at his family and says put away the foreign gods remember the foreign gods that rachel head stolen from her father's house. Jacob says put them away purify yourselves and change your garments then let's arise and go up to bethel basically. This is a picture of repentance. This is jacob. Saying i have. We have stopped. Short of a god has called us to do. We have not obeyed him. And we have dishonored him with these foreign gods among us this lack of purity among us so put away the foreign gods purify yourselves. Change your garments. Let's go to bethel. So that i love this phrase may make their all to their to the god who answers me in the day of my distress and has been with me wherever i have gone sad. Not good news even when you as a child of god is one who has trusted in him for salvation even when you wander away even when you disobey even when you allow idolatry into life. God is faithful to still love you to still hear your cries into be with you to not leave you or forsake you. God we praise you for your faithfulness Scott even as i say these words so overwhelmed in a fresh way right now by your faithfulness to me and to all who trusted in you. Jesus for forgiveness of our sense who are part of your family. Oh god reprise you that you are with us wherever we go even when we wander from you even disobeying you even when we are not pursuing. You're pursuing us. We praise you for your faithful love for us. We praise you for news starts repairs. You for second chances. And second changes we praise you for third and fourth and fifth and sixth and seventh and on and on and on chances. God brings you for your mercy to come to us even in our send. It's hey let's go. Let's leave this by. Let's experience all that i have for. You gotta rephrase for you did this in jacob's life and family. We praise you for how you do this in our lives. God i pray for any one of us right now who is living in willful deliberate.

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Ohio governor signs gun bill expanding "stand your ground" right

The Boxer Show

03:16 min | 1 year ago

Ohio governor signs gun bill expanding "stand your ground" right

"Big buzz story is signing the standard ground gun bill into law and the language of this before this bill was signed the law for Ohio Was is if if you were in a dangerous situation, uh and you felt the need to use your gun carrying conceal and you legitimate, legitimately owned a gun. You had to retreat first, and now the language allows you to remove that red tape and you no longer have to retreat. Uh, because in a court of law, you would have had to approve that. Like, okay, let's Yeah. So, Eric from a little bit earlier. You might know Eric Gilbert from the L A P D Firearms off Bethel and the on target show every Saturday at noon on NewsRadio, 16 w. T. V, and we asked him as not only gun owner, but someone who formally wasn't law enforcement about this new bill. You knew, right? Exactly. I mean, it's so contradictory victory to what you would think in in Ohio. I think it was in 2008 change that law in your house and in your vehicle, and what this does now is think that up to any place that you're legally able to be Eric, There are some of the other side. The critics of this especially the governor signing this bill you more recently overnight. You have the date mayor. And of course, that's where the organ district tragedy happened over a year ago, so I get the sensitive Any of this. I do. But at the same time, there are some Eric who would say, Well, this seems a little bag in the law now could someone with a mental health illness? You know, have a gun. And you know, someone says something nasty to over. They just not necessarily make it up. But if they felt threatened, they could use that in a court. No, I mean, you still have to abide by the legal standard. And that hasn't changed. I mean, you still need to be able to show that you're legally able to be at the place you're at. You can't be the one who started the encounter and you have to fear for your life and be able to articulate that. So nothing is changed in that regard. And contrary to some of the critics where they say, you know, it's open season now and you can shoot to kill And, you know, answer questions later. It's simply not the case. You still could be charged with murder or manslaughter or whatever the case may be, if you haven't met the elements Of that event, And so, yeah, it doesn't. It does not change anything that the laws are still in place that they used to force is still you know that those The criteria. The elements of that are still in place. It just expands. Now you don't have to turn around and show that you tried to run first is basically what it does. And by the way, when you really think about that, I mean, think about that for a second. You're in that situation. You're out about somewhere your eastern on out somewhere in public and all the sudden You know, there's a rampage Someone's doing, you know, just shooting everywhere. I mean, yeah, you're going to go take cover. But do you think most people the average person is actually that's the first thing they're going to think about. Oh, yeah, That's right. The law says I've got to go retreat first, that absolutely not. And you no longer have to be able to prove that anymore, either

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Communities in Southwest Alaska implement lockdowns to slow Covid spread

Morning Edition

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Communities in Southwest Alaska implement lockdowns to slow Covid spread

"Well. Nearly all the tribes in the region and southwestern Alaska have issued lockdowns to slow the spread of the virus from member station K. Y U K and a Rose MacArthur has more. Tribes and at least 45 of the region's 48 communities have mandated lockdowns or similar orders, according to the regional tribal non profit Association of Village Council presidents. The Southwest Alaska region has one of the highest Cupid 19 case rates in the country and the highest rate in the state and at least one community of 1000 people. At least a third of residents have tested positive for the virus. Last week, the regional health care corporation recommended a month long region wide lockdown to prevent cases from overwhelming the local rule healthcare system. Many communities were already locked down in some tightened or extended their restrictions following the recommendation for NPR news. I'm an arrest MacArthur in Bethel, Alaska.

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Boldness to Proclaim the Word (Amos 7:12-13)

Pray the Word with David Platt

06:15 min | 1 year ago

Boldness to Proclaim the Word (Amos 7:12-13)

"Chapter seven versus twelve and thirteen. An amazon said to amos. Ozier go flee away to the land of judah and eat bread dare and prophesy there but never again prophesied bethel for it is the kings sanctuary and it is a temple of the kingdom so basically what this is in the book of amos is a threat against amos an accusation against him in light of what he was prophesying. So here was amos saying things that the priest amazonia and the king in israel did not like and the whole picture before this. We're not able to bear your words what you're saying so go away from this land. I don't speak here. There's all kinds of different applications. We might consider as we see this picture of the prophet of god being rejected by the people of god. But i was reading. This verse is to versus just thought about the brothers and sisters. We have around the world right now. Who are speaking. The word of god and are experiencing major persecution for it for our brothers and sisters and north korea in somalia and yemen and saudi arabia in so many different places in the world in iran church is experiencing all kinds of persecution and threats and the bible calls us commands us to pray for our persecuted brothers and sisters and to go to them to serve them and care for them to serve them as our own family. So i wanna lead us to pray specifically for the persecuted church allied of this picture of amos experiencing persecution in chapter seven verses twelve and thirteen. So oh god our father in heaven we pray right now on behalf of our brothers and sisters your sons and daughters who are in labor camps in north korea because they are followers of you are experiencing on imaginable suffering and pain. Because they're following you. God we pray for our brothers and sisters in malaya who who know an any moment friend or family member could kill them for their faith in you. Gotta we pray for brothers and sisters in iran really throughout the middle east in different places where they're facing various forms of persecution. Can i think about brothers and sisters in india that i know all over different parts of asia who mentioned specific names now but but people brothers sisters in our family who are right now experiencing threats against them who are being told to leave or to lose their land if they don't or to lose their job or to lose their life to be imprisoned or to be killed for trusting you for proclaiming your word. God we pray Acts chapter four. That you would give them boldness to proclaim your word. God please give them baldness to proclaim your word. Even in the midst of persecution would cause the gospel to spread through them. We pray just as you gave amos boldness to proclaiming your word. god reprieve. you'd give them boldness to continue proclaiming. Your word got even as a pray that god. I'm so thankful that. I can proclaim your word today and i'm not going to be thrown into prison for it and i don't. I don't even know how long that lasts in the country. I live in. But god. I pray that as long as i have this freedoms as we any of us listening. Have that freedom god. We would be bold proclaiming. Your word was reprinted for boldness for them. Go repair give us boldness that that which they're giving their lives for losing their lives for we would not neglect when we don't we don't lose our life for it. Hung god help them help us together to be bold proclamation of your word no matter what that means for our lives certainly our reputation or matter what that means for anything. God help us to be faithful to proclaim your word. We pray for your strength for your help for your mercy for your provision for our persecuted brothers and sisters around the world for their families as mom or dad is in prison as a child is in prison now. Do we pray that he would strengthen their faith. You hold them with your righteous right hand and you would cause your gospel to spread in prisons and labor camps and all these places in the world where there's so much persecution against followers of jesus our brothers and sisters your sons daughters we pray for them in. Jesus name

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COVID-19 cases double at Northern California religious school

All Things Considered

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

COVID-19 cases double at Northern California religious school

"To an evil evangelical college in Northern California have doubled over the last week to more than 270. Senior leader at Bethel Church in the city of Reading attracted attention this week for an instagram video criticizing masks as worthless K RCR TV reports that Chester County officials say the cases are tied to the Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry. Shasta County has the highest positivity rate of new cases in California and health officials say the outbreak outbreak among students and staff at the school is why That's prompted state officials last week to restore more restrictions on restaurants, bars and other businesses there. Some Los Angeles voters are

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Travel to Singapore

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

05:51 min | 1 year ago

Travel to Singapore

"I'd like to welcome to the show Ashley Hall who is coming to us from Singapore and coming to talk to us about Singapore actually welcome to the show, Chris How's it going? You're not originally from Singapore. Accent you might have that might have picked that up. I remember Ginnie British. I've lived in a couple of different countries in Europe but I've moved single six months ago. Got In Britain in Singapore are just so alike that they islands just once unskilled. Excellent and why should someone go to Singapore? So I was just reading this morning actually apparently now it's the fifth most visited city in the world. So lots of people are interested in right now. Really. Yeah. So what's really put it at the top of people's minds especially I guess in the US is film out Crazy Rich Asian Plus filled with an Asian costs and it sentencing a ball it's really about spying author who who live here is a great book to read as well logging maybe watching the film, but it's GonNa. Love people interested about the architecture. It's a Super Morton city I fell in love with a couple of times after I visited people think of Marina Bay Sands, which is the the futuristic hotel within a became. The tau is like a Super Modin accessible way to enjoy Asia. Excellent. And what would you recommend? We do when we come to Singapore. Burst important thing to think about when he come to. Singapore, is the climate. So if I can share with you the first time I came I was visiting because my sister married a Singaporean and I wanted to come and check out the place in. The family but I think I have my expectations about how hot and sticky was GONNA be. Status because I couldn't stand it first time offense even Singapore I'm like I'm so please beginning I WANNA go back somewhat cool because it just wasn't ready for it but. Time after time I sent back Bethel work and the the place grew on me so my recommendation would be. Be A wet. It's GONNA be hot and sticky at pack accordingly, pack light clothes and try and real your day. So the schedule so I'm GONNA give you. With that in mind that we're GONNA try and keep you indoors during the midday sun and then enjoying these nice evening shorts and tee shirt whether evening. I've is arriving during the week because the the attractions will be quieter. So if you're coming in from the US most US flights coming in the morning, some European direct flights arrive in the morning as well. Some Poli time ones come in the afternoon. So settling, arrive, get your bearings adjusting the trying walk around a little bit to walk off the Jet Lag I. Think a a great way once you've done that it's the head of. The flower the gardens by the bay. Just the other side of the Marina SANS EXACTLY BEHIND MARINA BAY SANDS TO ICONIC DOMES that you'll recognize from Lupul skyline. and. The great because they're conditioned. Fussy. Let's just be honest the inside and it's a really interesting place to domes one. Is called the flouting and it's quite dry. When you go inside, it's woman it's dry and it's X. exhibiting flowers from all over the world. So it's specialized stuff that's from Southeast Asia they also have a nice a subtropical garden as well. So it's just nice to walk around there and adjust, but the real killer, the the thing that I absolutely love about Singapore it's my favorite is the cloud forest dime. super interesting. They've simulated under get picky about this I'm a joker for by training. They seem the cloud for th. So sort of what you've seen as like Costa Rica, they increase the temperature, increase the humidity, but kept relatively cool. So you get this two layers to it and you've got one layer, which is I think stimulating like a thousand foot and then the next up another five hundred feet. So you see in this one attraction to different attitudes of short. and. It's amazing. They've got waterfalls. It's misty. You get amazing views of the city because it's. Greenhouse. You can see the downtown from that and yes just a really interesting exhibit. One reason you can see the downtown from there is that it's multi level. So it's not it's not a flat dome you're climbing up into this I. thought it was great to I. Completely Agree With Your assessment that I've only been in the cloud dome I haven't been in the Flower Dome Safe. You'll shorten time just do the. For they do a combined ticket so you can get a ticket to both, and then if you get that, you also have access to something cool to tree books, which is why I'd recommend doing straight ASTA. So anybody who's familiar with David ATTENBOROUGH BBC a series will know that I mean it's it's a pretty gloomy story about the environment but I found it really interesting how he ended one of the series by saying he held up Singapore's the example, the shots of of these magic trees and that's without artificial. Singapore's created this this area on reclaimed land within the last ten years, which is why is expected to come on the show and talk about it is the last episode was about ten years ago said anyone hasn't been recently does lose more stuff to do and they've created this brand new downtown area and they've given it over completely to this garden because the advantage of being in the tropics is. Amazing chlorophyll and really great environment to grow that stuff. The Tree Wilkes they've laced together artificial materials and then allowed plants to grow up them. So they all human creative forest, which is super interesting David Asmara's just saying, Hey, this is the future of what cities should be not keeping each our cities but bringing them in being sensitive environment. On the treetop walks can elevate which takes you up quite high and you between these trees but then parade. Ten stories off I. Guess See have again a really nice view of the city a number recommending the doing this in the late afternoon time four PM onwards when it's cooler. So yeah, that's a super interesting attraction

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"bethel" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"bethel" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Eight eight two and if you want to send an email we check those the email address L. Rushlow at EIB net dot U. S. you know this is vacillating little is this yeah this is a tweet and I couldn't put the photo of the dental campus does not that the pictures are too small it's for plantations in the south you know plantations are now bed and breakfasts and their their tourist sites and whatever else they are they're also sitting ducks what they are what they are they're there and there is a tweet all four of these places and here is the tax ID twenty three thousand likes on this and it hasn't been removed this is the point this tweet has not been pulled down by Twitter Twitter has not determined this tweet poses a problem at all here is the text if you are protesting and rebelling in the south consider setting fire to the plantations that are non museums theme parks and wedding venues they're made of wood they're gonna burn quickly your ancestors built them but never benefited from their labor they are yours to destroy right now all that up for you can say they can't see much there for little for plantations it looks like a bunch of Scarlett o'hara homes here from gone with the wind in here is a basically a tweet urging people to destroy them burn them to the ground consider setting fire to the plantations are not museums theme parks wedding venues are made of wood Gail Burton quickly your ancestors I II slaves built them but the slaves never benefited from their labor they are yours to destroy it Twitter has not taken it down this apparently doesn't constitute a violation of any of Twitter's norms how can it not audio sound bites one more plugs this from yesterday Wilmington Delaware he went to the Bethel A. M. E. church and he spoke and among other things said that standing there T. a person coming out of instead of the heart is a very different thing the things that can change Ebeling plugs so the idea that instead of standing there and teaching a cop when there's an unarmed.

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"bethel" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

10:03 min | 2 years ago

"bethel" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Welcome to this episode of the PODCAST. It's not yesterday's episode. It's not tomorrow's episode. It is this episode. We are going to have a lot of Beta words again Yeah so let us talk about them. The first word is Beata Eugene. I think that's how it's pronounced. B. E. T. A. I n. e. e. The pronunciation guide says bt which is hard to say it is a noun from eighteen. Seventy five a sweet crystalline coronary ammonium. Salt C Five h eleven n to obtained especially from sugar beets. Also it's hydrate or its hydrochloride So this is from the Latin Word Beta which means beat so it doesn't seem as related to all the other Beta words. This is literally related to beats next. We have Beta Interferon two words. Noun from nineteen eighty an interferon produced especially by fiber blasts. That is used in a form obtained from recumbent DNA especially in the treatment of multiple sclerosis marked by recurrent attacks. Yeah attacks alternating with periods of remission compared to Alpha Interferon and Gamma Interferon. Different kinds of interferons now. We have the word BA take. It is a verb from the fourteenth century. Just transitive I think number. One is archaic. Synonym is commit com it number. Two to 'cause oneself to go so definition is just to cause to go next. Beta lacked amaze Beta Hyphen L. A. C. T. a. m. e. lack tomase. It is a noun for nine hundred and sixty five. An enzyme found especially in staphylococcus back area. That inactivates the penicillins by hydrolysed seeing them. Fancy NEXT HAVE BETA. Oxidation two words with a hyphen now. From Circa nineteen thirty five stepwise capitalism Qatar or catabolism stepwise catabolism of fatty acids in which to carbon fragments are successfully removed from the car. Box L. end of the chain. That wasn't mouthful next. We Have Beta particle two words Noun from nineteen. O Four A high-speed electron specifically one emitted by a radioactive nucleus in Beta decay apologies. For All these scientific words. If that's not something you're interested in but you know every once in a while we get an interesting one now. We have Beta two words now from nineteen to one. Synonym is Beta particle. What we just read number to a stream of Beta particles called also Beta radiation next. We have Beta receptor two words with a hyphen now known from nineteen forty-eight any of a group of receptors that are present on cell surfaces of some effector organs and tissues innovated by the sympathetic and that mediates certain physiological responses as relaxed of bronchial and uterine smooth muscle and increased heart rate when bound by specific. Adra nerve agents compared to the Synonym Alpha receptor. So there was a section in parentheses. Those were examples. Visa dilation relaxation of bronchial and uterine smooth muscle and increased heart rate next. We have Beta test. Two words Noun from Nineteen Hundred. Seventy eight a field test of the Beta version of a product as software especially by testers outside the company developing developing it that is conducted prior to commercial release. Beta test is a transitive verb and Beta tester is a noun next rehab a hard word to say it is Beta Hyphen Fella seem lia fallacy. Mia T. H. A. L. A. S. S. E. M. it is a noun from nine hundred sixty. Two Fella see MIA in which the longer haemoglobin chain is affected and which compromises coolies anemia in the hydro no homos condition and Fella Siemian minor in the Hetero. Is I guess condition. Whoa next. We have Beta Theron. Sounds like a robot. It is a noun from nineteen forty. One an accelerator in which electrons are propelled by the inductive action a rapidly varying magnetic field next. We have Beta wave two words noun from nineteen thirty six and electrical rhythm of the brain with a frequency of thirteen to thirty cycles per second that is associated with normal conscious waking experience called also Beta or Beta rhythm. What is the what is the frequency of my brain? I don't know I don't think it's very good next. We have beetle B. E. L. It is not the beetle that walks the legs. We have talked about this before with other words that sound like beetle but are not not spelled the same way this is a noun from fifteen fifty three a climbing pepper peppers can climb a climbing pepper of eastern Asia whose leaves are chewed together with Betelnut and mineral lime as a stimulant mastic. Katori Matt is when you choose. So that's just a word related to that. This is a Portuguese word. Beata knocking to pronounce it. B E. T. l. e. from a Tamil word very lie next we have new beetle juice capital B. E. T. E. L. G. E. U. S. E. and The pronunciation guide does say it is pronounced beetlejuice or beetlejuice or Beta Jews noun from seventeen sixty nine a variable red supergiant star of the first magnitude near the eastern shoulder of Orion. So this is a French word. Beetlejuice from the Arabic word or words bite aljosa which means Gemini or literally means of the House of the twins and this is confused with Orion. It's in parentheses. It says confused Orion and beetlejuice. I don't know but I've said beetlejuice many times so I'm surprised that he hasn't shown up next. We have Betel Nut Beatles the same spelling it is two words. Noun From Sixteen. Seventy three the stringent seed of the beadle. Palm and. This is from. It's being chewed with Betel leaves. I think this is related to that. First Word Bill. Now we have. Betel palm two words from eighteen. Seventy Five and ASIAN PINEDA LEAVE PALM. That has an orange colored droop with an outer fibrous. Husk scientific name is a Rica. Cut at you CA- chew next. We have Bete Noire or could be Bayton Noir. It is two words first. Word is B. E. T. and the I E has that little carrot hat accent on it and the second word Noir and this is a noun from eighteen twenty eight a person or things strongly detested or avoided. Synonym is bugbear. One word so this is French obviously and it literally means black beast. It's a person or things. Strongly detested Bayton Noir. Some Now we have the word. Well it looks like the word Beth. B. E. T. H. But it is pronounced Bheith or Bait or base. It is a noun from sixteen fifty the second letter of the Hebrew alphabet and then it says to see the alphabet table. So this is yeah Hebrew Beth or eighth from Beith which means House and now we have the last word for this episode. It is Bethel B. E. T. H. E. L. It is a noun from circa sixteen. Seventeen one a hell. Our hallowed spot number two a chapel for nonconformists to be a place of worship for seamen like the navy people Yeah this is Hebrew beth-el which means House of God well we are going to pick BAGEL BAGEL beetlejuice say use. I guess Beetlejuice as the word of the episode. Because it's a fun sounding word and it's a star which is cool and it's also the character crazy character in a movie. Which if you haven't seen it you should go see it. There are rumors that they're making a sequel. I don't know if I want them to. I don't know if I believe the rumors. It has potential but I'm also not. I don't have high hopes if they do actually make that is going to be it for this episode. Thank you very much for joining. I don't know what the world is like on May eleventh but I'm recording this still in April. I know here in Illinois. The shelter in place has been moved to May Thirty. First so yeah. I just hope you're all doing well. 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African Methodist Episcopal Church founded - April 9, 1816

This Day in History Class

03:34 min | 2 years ago

African Methodist Episcopal Church founded - April 9, 1816

"The day was April ninth eighteen sixteen. The African Methodist Episcopal Church was founded the Ame. Church as it's known was the first organized denomination and the US to be formed by black people. The AME church has its roots in the Free African society an organization that provided aid to newly freed black people in the US. Preachers Richard Allen and Absalom Jones as well as other people in Philadelphia forms organization in the seventeen eighty s facing discrimination. At Saint George's Methodist Episcopal Church in Philadelphia. A group of black congregants decided to leave the church. Most of them wanted to affiliate with the Protestant Episcopal Church since they did not want to align with the methodist who persecuted them so the Free African society opened the Saint. Thomas African Episcopal Church with Jones as the head but Allen led a small group of people who wanted to remain this in seventeen ninety four the BETHEL African Methodist Episcopal. Church was dedicated into service in seventeen ninety. Nine Bishop Francis Asbury of the Methodist Episcopal Church ordained Richard Alan. As minister BETHEL's Allan. White Methodist leaders develop the founding document of BETHEL Ame but as membership in the church grew so did tensions between the black people in the church in white authorities. The ladder attempted to limit. Bethel's independence doing things like threatening to prevent her to meetings. They still considered to be an entity that existed within Saint George's and therefore subject to its authority but Alan continued to advocate for African methodist independence. Even as white methodist escalated the tactics that they use to oppose the churches authorities. He turned to an attorney who advised him to add an African supplement to churches founding document. This supplement said that. Bethel's trustees rather than the methodist conference control the Church's property. It also says that if the pastor at Saint George's did not fulfil his preaching and Sacramento obligations. The trustees would call on someone else. On top of Allen's efforts BETHEL members rejected the actions of Saint George's ministers who attempted to assert their authority by eighteen sixteen BETHEL had around fourteen hundred members in the beginning of that year the validity of Allen's African supplement was challenged in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Alan emerged victorious in the case with a court. Affirming BETHEL's independence and Allen's right to self-determination as a pastor James Champion a minister at Bethel Daniel Coker obliged methods in Baltimore wrote a treatise about the rise of African methodism with and Allen encouraged their congregations to form a denomination April ninth eighteen sixteen Allen and coker called it black methodist to meet in Philadelphia. Coker was elected the first bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church but coker either declined the position or resigned and soon Alan was consecrated as the first bishop of the church as more black preachers and parisioners grew tired of dealing with racism and the Methodist Episcopal Church. They withdrew to align with the African methodist by the eighteen fifties. The denomination had reached California and after the civil war and reconstruction years membership in the Ame. Church grew significantly today. The Turks has membership in dozens of countries.

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Summoning Bloody Mary

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:30 min | 2 years ago

Summoning Bloody Mary

"The Encyclopedia of Urban Legend. So there is such. An Encyclopedia describes a formula for summoning the spirit of bloody Mary. Perhaps you heard of this myth. Our team of urban legend riders set out to determine once and for all if the legend of calling up bloody. Mary was fat or fiction. The process for bringing forth the spirit goes something like this. Teenage girl stands in a dark room with a large mirror only illuminated by candles. She holds she chance. I believe in Bloody Mary Thirteen Times or until the spirit makes its presence known. Now remember my Wednesday gas shower. Bauer deals with spirits and talking with spirits from the beyond the veil. And I'd be curious and I will be asking her about this myth or mystery or team found that most of the rituals were performed in a bathroom. The story of a nineteen eighty-eight CO edited a small Washington State. College put the Urban Legend Riders. So the correct state one graduate explained how her roommate tried out the ritual for fun and ran screaming from the dorm bathroom. Shaking and Pale genuinely terrified. Her clenched fingers covered in blood. Our intrepid riders were intrigued by the story but wanted something more recent the day before they were to return tonight. I will sound studio with a finished script. Team Leader Ryland. Anderson was contacted. Apparently News of an investigative writing team in search of supernatural travels fast among small towns in the Washington State village of Aurora population. Six hundred fifty five. A young team was willing to tell her story. Ashley Pelton no longer resident having moved with the family. Her father was transferred to. Idaho was back in the village visiting friends. It was during a sleepover with six other teens. Who took the dare and stepped into the bathroom lights out with only a candle. Ashley said she wasn't sure of the incantation so recited I believe in Mary. Thirteen Times with ease. Recitation turned to circle when she came around to face the mirror for the last time the face of a young girl wearing a bonnet was sausage curls eyes darting from side to side as if walking for something or someone nearly filled the mirror the head shoulders appear to be bobbing up and down in an amber liquid. The event took place just before family left the area. The previous summer and the group had sworn each other to silence. Ashley's parents knew nothing of the event but her father Roger Pelton was an amateur historian and explained the history of Aurora village that might account for the image in the mirror bobbing internet or liquid. He told how the small Washington State village of Aurora started out as a colony led by Prussian born Taylor William Keel. Who moved with his wife to the United States in the eighteen thirties by eighteen forty four? He established the BETHEL colony in Missouri by eighteen. Fifty five. He decided to set up a second. Call it in Washington territory but four days before they set out his daughter. Mary died malaria not wanting to leave her behind. Put her in a lead lined coffin filled with whiskey to preserve the body. Could Ashley have summoned the spirit of Mary Keel? Who just perhaps was looking for her

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"bethel" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

06:22 min | 2 years ago

"bethel" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Was the Bethel A. M. B. choir singing at San Francisco city hall reporter for KPFA news I'm Alyssa Hammond a federal judge says he won't undo Georgia's voter purge of almost one hundred thousand people from the rolls the judge ruled that the voting rights advocacy group is improperly asking him to interpret state law and hasn't proved the people who are removed had their constitutional rights violated however the judge also ordered secretary of state Brad reference burger to do more to warn people they're being removed reference burger in October released a list of more than three hundred thirteen thousand voters whose registrations were at risk of being canceled a voting rights groups founded by Democrats Stacey Abrams had asked for the purge to be halted motor purges in Georgia became a hot button issue during last year's race for governor between Abrams and Republican Brian camp who narrowly won the race camp served as secretary of state before being elected governor and oversaw aggressive voter purges during his tenure more than one point four million voter registrations were canceled in Georgia between twenty twelve and twenty eighteen archaeologists say more than forty graves containing the remains of enslaved people lie under the fair ways of a Country Club in Florida's capital city Tallahassee now that the longer swirling rumor of the graveyard has been confirmed Floridians are grappling with what to do next criminal gums reports after decades of speculation rumors and even some evidence that was initially ignored and archaeological investigation confirms dozens of sleaze were buried under what is now Tallahassee's semi private capital city Country Club four years golfers have unknowingly taken their shot a top some can graves of cotton plantation slaves near the Florida capital there are no plans to exude the forty bodies known to be resting under the greens but civil rights leader delay tree Hollinger immediate past president of the Tallahassee and double ACP branch says it shouldn't be business as usual he's calling for a memorial in granite to properly honor the dead and Asian a being a sitting area where people can come and sit and reflect they also needs to be some sort of fence put up we we keep golfers out of this the general area and they're going to take some work the property belongs to the city of Tallahassee which commissioned the study and so far the country club owners appear to be amenable to propose changes that will be the subject of future meetings it's thought they are more graves yet to be discovered on the sprawling property which became a golf course in nineteen oh eight Hollinger says the discovery has created a ripple effect with people coming forward with tips of other possible slave cemeteries around the region we know that they are hundreds more in Leon county alone there we don't even know about and so really this is it instills a great sense of pride but this is just the beginning Leon tell me was the center of Florida's plantation economy during the antebellum days and have the state's highest concentration of slaves Hollinger kept digging into old newspaper archives that mentioned the burial site and contacted local elected officials to conduct a study researchers suspect there about fifteen hundred on mark's sleeve in African American cemeteries across the sunshine state for public news service I incremental goons a Syrian opposition leader today called on the international community to help millions of civilians in the country's last rebel held stronghold amid a crushing government offensive calling it a disaster area after weeks of intense bombardment Syrian government forces launched a ground offensive on the southern and eastern parts of it live province in the north west last week it has forced tens of thousands of people to flee their homes it live which is dominated by al Qaeda linked militants is also home to three million civilians the United Nations has warned of the growing risk of a humanitarian catastrophe along the Turkish border Joe well but still with save the children told al Jizerou children are suffering the help of the population of them is made up of children so this is a big chunk of the population when they have to fleet and the current circumstances winter time it's very cool and it's been raining for days on end and they are at the days of diseases of you know frostbite and not to mention obviously as Tyson being wounded or killed tens of thousands of people are fleeing toward the Turkish border the United Nations said that two hundred thirty five thousand in all have fled in the face of the Syrian bombing and ground offensive the Indian government shut down the internet in part of the country's largest state as a sortie stepped up their response to the wave of protests around the country within one hundred twenty people have been arrested in India's largest state of utter Pradesh for inflammatory posts on social media relating to the contentious new citizenship law that sparked the demonstrations the law offers citizenship to non Muslim refugees fleeing persecution critics say it's discriminatory against Muslims prime minister and Hindu nationalist surrender mody has defended the legislation and blamed the unrest on the opposition president trump took a step toward publicizing the alleged name of the whistle blower whose complain about his phone call with Ukraine's president kicked off the impeachment process trump re tweeted an item by his reelection campaign that itself linked to an article by the conservative Washington examiner which names the alleged whistle blower trump has railed against the whistle blower and demanded the identity of the person be made public Democrats have vowed to protect the person the daily beast reported that several people close to trump's such as his daughter Ivanka and the White House counsel have privately cautioned him against.

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Ski season is just around the corner

WBZ Midday News

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Ski season is just around the corner

"Weather ski resort in Bethel Maine has seen their first snow fall Caroline kissed although director of communications over at Sunday river says the first flakes came down around. three thirty this morning and is a pretty good sign that ski season is right around the corner typically we open on or around Halloween each year last season we were able to open on October nineteenth after getting some natural snow and thirty six hours straight of sustained cold temperatures for snow making so it's not out of their own possibility that we could be up in the next few weeks however don't go rushing up there just to get the weather service says the snow sadly has already

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High drama at UK Supreme Court in Brexit challenge case

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:38 min | 2 years ago

High drama at UK Supreme Court in Brexit challenge case

"Today. The Supreme Court has begun considering whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson Spro Gang King of parliament was unlawful possession. We'll take a number of days to hear all sides but Stephanie Bolts in just come from the court itself Stephanie. What can you tell us so far. Whether hearing started this morning so there is a it's a it's a very early stage. What was interesting was more. It was happening outside it. So the Supreme Court is situated just opposite the house parliament's in the heart of Westminster and there was a lot of protesters in front the court and the protests were split as the country so there were one half of the protesters saying we need these courts to defend democracy call parliament back so parliament couldn't do their work and scrutinize brexit and there were the other ones who was saying actually what does are doing is trying to undermine democracy because they want to to to be to our brexit vote so anyway you go in this country. It's split this court. Case is being follows around the World Stephanie. What what does he mean for the way Britain is being viewed international. Well I think there is of course the big big big big question of if the courts decide and we do not know any way what way the court will decide whether whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson has lied to the Queen and if that would be the result of the hearing at the Supreme Court if he would have to resign nine so this is a major political and therefore so constitutional question on crisis that this country would fall into the REX's cut crisis bad enough so that will be just another crisis on top of it. I know you follow international presence. Well obviously rush press for example. How how is this being viewed internationally well. I don't get the impression that it's reflecting very well on the state of British politics the UK was already getting a very bad press internationally generally because of the mass over brexit. I think it was less. The fact that the opinion was polarized than the fact ah the the British really weren't getting their act together and the thing is that as seen from abroad before all this I think the UK had a certain reputation if not for doing things in sort of very orderly way for getting things done under the system allowed things to be to be be done because it was quite flexible compared with other countries with written constitutions solutions and very set ways of doing things the idea was the U. K. was relatively flexible and so it could it could get around things that other countries couldn't necessarily get around now. This has been completely exploded and the result is that I think we're being regarded. If I see the mood as a as going from one of disbelief at the start after the referendum vote through a degree of anger that the British weren't getting getting their act together now to almost writing us off dismissively when they're not laughing at US Boris Johnson on his government have been testing testing the limits of law. Do you think marry there is still something positive and all this. Do you think prison can learn something from all these there. The positive aspects of us in the future rules are going to be hopefully clearer well. I think this already quite a lot of pressure in certain quarters four having a complete eight rethink of the non written constitution of maybe having some sort of constitutional assembly and considering putting things down in black and white like of course most countries have but I think one of the biggest changes which is really demanded from all this is less to do with that than to do with our electoral system because at the moment we have we have complete conflict between the party system which isn't reflecting opinion in the country trey at large but it seems to me that any pressure is coming from the towards the possibility of written constitution rather than coming for or an overhaul of the electoral system to make it more representative well. We'll be definitely following that story over the coming days but meanwhile Boris Johnson undertook aortic believe belise equally humiliating trips to Luxembourg yesterday he's arrival was met with anti brexit protesters and Kuhlman as it in Johnston shying dying away from a podium speech alongside Luxembourg Prime Minister Zowie battle. Here is some of what Bethel had to say on the typical. The people need to know what is going to happen to them. In six weeks time they need clarity. They need certainty and they need stability. You you can't hold the future hostage for party. Political gains so now it's it's on Mister Johnson he holds the future all UK citizens and every use it it isn't leaving the UK has it's his responsibility your people our people count on you but the clock is ticking. Use Your time wisely.

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"bethel" Discussed on Thanks Be To Pod

Thanks Be To Pod

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"bethel" Discussed on Thanks Be To Pod

"So zach. I'm curious. What would you you say. What would you say to a gay student who has seen this instagram. Post new lives in an evangelical jellicoe world what i mean how would you respond. What would what would you want them to now. I think that's one of the hardest questions i get because a sense doesn't doesn't do justice just just one thing won't won't make the biggest difference it took years and years of me hearing the same message to finally ingrain it in my my psyche picky but <hes> in my can't.

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"bethel" Discussed on Thanks Be To Pod

Thanks Be To Pod

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"bethel" Discussed on Thanks Be To Pod

"Stuff that that bethel hell song or making it might require a little work in the glamorous spit spit it. It's worth it if if it helps us find that connection but kobe had this important caveat. Does there the time when you have to refuse to sing the songs of certain groups having a worship leader background as well. I've thought well well. We can just change lyrics to to kind of redeemed problematic theology. That's in the songs and then something something like today happens and then. I go like oh man like it. Even if i change the words to bethel song <music> now i still feel like it's super problematic to use their music to to pay <hes> to access their <unk> songs <hes> through copyright laws and all of that like is. Is there a way to redeem that one. Something like today happens or is that kind of change your course of action. Does that make sense yeah. Absolutely i think it's a hard question in general <hes> but there's so much nuance within that because you can look at a lot of these power houses in in worship writing and they all have issues in <hes> problems that <hes> i'd have typically lane under the surface which i think mush churches will have issues <hes> <hes> but what comes with the massive influence of these organizations is a little bit more incentive to hide their stuff <hes> but when something like bethel comes out and is just like loudly proclaiming as sort of the harmful.

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"bethel" Discussed on Thanks Be To Pod

Thanks Be To Pod

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"bethel" Discussed on Thanks Be To Pod

"To sexuality and and that is a message that people will will take to their hearts and will allow two to take root in it will drive them into depression into anxiety into shame and suicide and it is not worth it to to you you to sing songs for that zach knows firsthand the pain that and this type of ideology that bethel was endorsing in this post causes. I know quite a few the people who went through conversion therapy whether that was through exodus or <hes> through kind of smaller operations <hes> in all of them have showed the the same witness to me they it was the darkest period of their life and it wasn't until they were able to you kind of reconcile accepts who they were their sexuality or their gender identity <hes> that they were able to.

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"bethel" Discussed on Thanks Be To Pod

Thanks Be To Pod

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"bethel" Discussed on Thanks Be To Pod

"Can feel formulaic but it a <hes> produces some sort of atmosphere in which <hes> transformative experiences are more common than in other situations <hes> and so i have worshipped to their music hit felt god through it <hes> in in my past asked music in worship has been the avenue through which i must clearly encounter god i think that has been ben problem metabolized as i've gotten farther into my studies and as i've seen more if these nuances of oh shoot this organization organization is kinda sucky so <hes>. I don't know that that's the same for me anymore. But while i was being raised my faith in in this kind of formative moments <hes> music like bethel's with hugely instrumental it ought to be finding a relationship with god so bethel puts out. This instagram post with the caption can person leave homosexuality behind the word. Problematic is an understatement yet. Tell us about the just like you encountering this in the middle of your tuesday rain today's tuesday so i i was familiar with the organization that they linked to <hes> before this which i think is just like a product of me being a queer christian christian <hes> that we're kind of plugged into when things like this pop up but <hes> bethel like as like the main front the church has not pushed this as hard as some of like subsidaries have but they've been starting to share more of these like testimonies testimonies of people who have left behind their homosexual lifestyles in it's it's become more common to where they just like straight up laid out in this post today <hes> and i think what is what hits. It's me hardest about this. <hes> is that. I thought that we had kind of guess.

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"bethel" Discussed on Thanks Be To Pod

Thanks Be To Pod

11:35 min | 2 years ago

"bethel" Discussed on Thanks Be To Pod

"But when something like bethel comes out and is just like loudly proclaiming sort of the harmful practices conversion therapy be that becomes a moment where you just kind of have to suck it up and say we can't use them anymore. Welcome to another episode of thanks be the pod podcast that confronts today's most divisive theological debates in shares the the stories of progressive christians who are looking for spiritual community. I'm colby long and i may dev so this is wait. What the segment on on the show were kobe and i talk about something in the news or in life or just in general that made us stop this week and say wait what today we are talking about a pretty important issue. I was sitting at the coffee shop that i work at this afternoon. I was halfheartedly scrolling through instagram as i did so and came across a post from a pretty influential church in america typically mickley associated with evangelical ism. I think that's fair to say in the post. The photo just says can a person leave homosexuality behind signed so the church is bethel church. You might have heard of him there. This huge church out in california. We'll say their name but we're not going to say the name of the organization that they seem to be supporting but anyway this instagram thing happens and kobe you saw it and and right and so i'm sitting here in the middle of my day literally sing wait what and so i send. I sent a voice message tonight. I really prefer voice messaging text messaging. I sent a voice message to nate this. Has we have to talk about this if we're going to be this podcast confronts today's most divisive theological debates in something like this happens post first episode we have to have a conversation about it and so and i went about trying to plan a discussion between the two of us and as i was scrolling through this page i they come across an old divinity school classmate of mine in the comments section so my name is zach custodian. I contacted zach and asked him if he would come join our conversation today on wait what talk about the concept that bethel is asking this question can a person and leave homosexuality behind zach christian a gay man and a musician fission who cares deeply about the intersection of worship music and progressivism so we asked to speak with us to give us his take on baffles instagram but also tab larger conversation about music sexuality and evangelical ism i though we ask sacked share a little bit more balanced self i just graduated from vanderbilt divinity school with my master illogical studies focused on gender and sexuality issues specifically like my thesis was around <hes> the experience of shame for christians as they walked straight christian universities zac groping evangelical in the south and atlanta and as he went to north point a big church in the city any stanley the pastor might have heard of it zack's experienced there was formative. I had an amazing time there up until i started to realize i was gay. At the age of thirteen at the beginning of high school. <music> zach realizes that he's gang and at his church the church that he loves he starts to come to terms with the fact that he's different and he doesn't quite fit and the other folks in his youth group. We are split into small groups and i was with twenty other guys my age and realized realized that i was not clicking with them in <hes> kind of got pushed away by my my youth group leader <hes> after i devoted to him at the time that are struggling with sexuality <hes> <hes> i would not use that word anymore after that zack's life is flooded with all sorts of questions about who he is and how god fits into this picture news one thing for sure. I still really cared a lot about my faith. I just need to find a way to figure out how to reconcile who i wise with. What believes whether that was through like celibacy or singleness or if i could changing myself after high school zach goes off to nashville tennessee to this christian college called lipscomb where pours himself into theological studies because he thought thought that might be the best way for me to satisfy my thirst for knowledge with my thirst for authenticity to my own faith is well like not just trying into <hes> intellectualize my way into some wave being okay with your eyes but but legitimately trying to do you oughta injustice to the tradition from which i came in so i've come a long way since then to where i am now i still have the claim the title of christian however misguided that may be some days <hes> but i still believe in jesus christ instill chime best to to live out what i believe the commandment to love others <hes> do that in a way that doesn't hurt people now. I am a gay christian. <hes> fully affirming fully looking forward to the day where sure <hes> i get to be married to another man and <hes> convey the gospel through that as well today zach is kind of unique in the way that he expresses his christianity hannity after coming to terms with who he was in college. Zach didn't run off to a mainline church denomination instead. He still sees hope with an evangelical. It's hard for me to divorce myself from my the passion for my faith <hes> aten and the evangelical <hes> i guess zeal with which it was instilled <hes> so i i still think think there's hope for redemption within evangelicalism and want to invest in that but progressivism it has been favored among the robes and the traditions and the the the the main traditions and so i am super invested in this conversation one of the things that continues to draw back toward the evangelical tradition is music zach fine spiritual value finds god in contemporary worship music so one of his big questions is shouldn't i as a progressive christian have the option to worship with drums and and an electric guitar. I feel like i'd occupy this weird kind of middle ground because i <hes> i was at a church of christ university city for undergrad and kind of one of the staples of church of christ practices acapella worship because they are very against <hes> sort of like the idea idea that we require any instrument aside from our bodies to worship god and they try to strive for like as is close to the first century churches they can get and since they didn't have instruments they don't use instruments <hes> but to me that's always seems so outdated aided of concept in the end solich rejecting of the creative capacity of humanity to find new ways to worship god that i invested it a lot in two churches as they crossed that line into contemporary instrumental ship so i had a real investment there and i still have an investment there because i think there's so much possibility contained within it. <hes> i think there's so much promise for connection action in relationship with a god who sees us using our voices and our bodies and our mm-hmm challenge for for instrumental worship <hes> to connect with with <hes> the divine zach however places this huge caveat on contemporary contemporary worship as a._o._l. Away but i do recognize that a lot of people hold on a lot of <hes> either examined examined or <hes> just kind of <hes> justified trauma within this music lake. If they here it it throws them back into the place where they experience the most pain or read they were handed the kind of dark moments of their life and so i don't want to take that away from them either but in my own <hes> russia practices i still find that connection within this this music i also. You don't think that's worth it. If it's at the cost of is if you know anything about contemporary worship music if you care about it at all then you now there are some big players in the game one of those being bethel music drawing on what i know if you've talked to me about your <hes> relationship to music throughout your journey as well as a christian particularly one that was mm-hmm coming out as gay during that time. I'm imagining you spent time with bethel's music prior to air like throughout your experience in college and things like that living in evangelical circles being a student at lipscomb. I'm assuming you have run into ethel worship ministry major in undergrad and so i did a lot of a <hes> a lot of study around music and worship and faith and did some internships around that sort of stuff as well. I'm specifically within the church of christ but we were doing in shredder worship contemporary style the i am bethel came up a lot because <hes> they've produced some really good moving music and sort of how i said earlier a lot of evangelicalism awesome is built around like experiential faith. Bethel is really excellent when it comes to their music at creating a space in which emotion and is easily accessed and yeah and so i will give them credit there for sure <hes> because i'd them in hill song in elevation i think are very good at the same same sort.

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"bethel" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

10:03 min | 3 years ago

"bethel" Discussed on Power 106 FM

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"bethel" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"bethel" Discussed on Power 106 FM

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iPad vs. iPad Pro: Which is right for you?

Mac Power Users

03:14 min | 3 years ago

iPad vs. iPad Pro: Which is right for you?

"If you want to use something like, the smart keyboard? You gotta go with the ipad pro right because the ipad doesn't have that connector you're kind of stuck with bluetooth keyboards. So if you want something a little more all in one the ipad pro is maybe where you need to head. But again, you're going to pay for that. So both are good depending on what you want. Yeah. I would obviously I I would not trade my impact pro for the nine point seven for a lot of the reasons you just said, but I you know, I was just thinking about percentages while you're talking I feel like for about a third of the price. You get about seventy five percent of the functionality. It's like if you're listening to this and say, well, I might want to try this. You can do it for three hundred dollars. And if you've got an extra bluetooth keyboard in a house, you're good. You know, it's it's not that it's not that expensive to to give this a shot. And maybe that's where you start in India if you really get into it, then you can sell the nine. Seven and by the fancier one or handed down or whatever. But the, but I I wouldn't just right off the nine the nine point seven is not advice incapable of doing remote work it. Like, I said, I think it's like seventy five percent of the functional. So a little slower screen is smaller. So you lose some things there. But man, it can run probably just about every app that we're going to be talking about on this episode. Yeah. Anyway, so so you got to pick which one go in for the budget, the three twenty nine or get yourself. One of those sexy screaming ipad pros feels like there's no Bethel. I mean, there's a lot to like about it. And even then I think the same thing eleven inch twelve point nine doesn't matter. You can get the work done with either one just just pick whatever you want. I mean for me if you really torn between the sizes I try to go to an apple store and like try them out. I think you will gravitate towards one or the other. Yeah. If you're gonna be doing a lot of productivity type work one advantage of the bigger one as you get full-sized apps on in split screen, and that that's that's a big deal or it can be if you're going to really be trying to use this as your mobile workstation anyway. So you need I do think if you're going to make this work you need a keyboard. And Steven was mentioned earlier. I've had pros have the smart keyboard, I have one I think it's great. I might twelve point nine I had one on the prior ten point five inch ipad. I liked it on that too. Stephen have you got any strong feelings either way about the apple smart. Keyboard. Yeah. That's what I have on my ipad, something my favorite keyboard in the world type on. But it wins from me because it's always connected to the ipad as a cover with like, the the magnetic attachments are really nice. It doesn't add too much bulker. Wait, even on the big ipad pro, and you know, it's just sort of like nicely integrated records pick it all up and go, but it does lack some things that I do find a little annoying sometimes like brightness, keys and volume keys. And I think if you want more than that the bridge keyboards are a nice way to go there. Heavier. They built bloom the new ones actually for like the the new ipad pros that came out last year. This keyboards will start shipping here sometime during the late spring. So no out quite yet. But under the previous generation bridge keyboards were really popular among people doing a lot of work on the ipad.

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White Mountain, Bethel Alaska And Alaska discussed on Biz 1190 Overnight featuring Bloomberg Radio

Biz 1190 Overnight featuring Bloomberg Radio

00:17 sec | 3 years ago

White Mountain, Bethel Alaska And Alaska discussed on Biz 1190 Overnight featuring Bloomberg Radio

"By new report had Alaska mushers leading the world's most famous sled dog race just miles from the finish Pete. Kaiser from Bethel Alaska was the first musher to arrive at a checkpoint Tuesday and White Mountain all mushers must take a mandatory eight hour break at White Mountain before making the final seventy seven mile pushed a gnome in the

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"bethel" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"bethel" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

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Bethel restaurant employee diagnosed with hepatitis A

America's Truckin' Network

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

Bethel restaurant employee diagnosed with hepatitis A

"A this time at the McDonalds and. Bethel. The health department saying the McDonald's is still open while the employee is off recovering from the illness and the risk to patrons is extremely low. It will start Saturday morning when the procession makes its way from spring grove funeral homes at about nine thirty makes a brief stop at

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Is the new MacBook Air really worth it? (The 3:59, Ep. 486)

The 3:59

05:50 min | 3 years ago

Is the new MacBook Air really worth it? (The 3:59, Ep. 486)

"Chang amount for dang Jan Ackerman. At Apple's MAC book air is going on sale today. And we've got Dan ackman onto talk about his review. Hello breakdown for us is the new macbook air worth it. It's very different from the old MAC book air, which both of you guys. Have that's designed it has not changed a lot in the last basically eight to ten years, and it was just really getting old. I mean, they're just not. So remember one of the cool, but the almost tech. I went to look up the original two thousand eight was when this was announced this when Steve Jobs, I think famously took it out of Manila, which by the way, he like faked that it was it couldn't actually fit in a little bit extra large gun extra. There's no way that original mat book Erica fit in anyways. So I went back did, oh, let's look at the original review from ten years ago. I was like I wonder I looked at the review it said, oh who wrote this turns out. It was me. I had no memory of this whatsoever. But if you wanna see me giant sideburns, you can see the video for that that we republished back in January for the actual tenth anniversary. So this is the first really really really substantial redesign in many years on this. And you know, what it looks and feels like the twelve inch macbook and teen inch macbook pro it's right in that family. Now, it is it's got the same butterfly keyboard, which is very shallow. Keyboard that giant touch the retina display with the much smaller Bethel's, you're still windows, laptops, with less benzel than this which is a little border between. We're this display ends and the ends. Mattock pretty good. Can we talk about the ports ports common? Oi. May there's only the two that's always it, isn't it. That's number one question. If it's a new MAC book, it's going to have USB ports. Thunderbolt three ports, but the really USB confusing to people stand technically the shape, right? And you can do power through this video data really anything just like on the current macbook pros. And frankly, a lot of high in windows, laptops, are USB only. Now, also, so it's not that crazy. The USB. See I'm not I don't have a huge issue because I know a lot of companies are moving to them. That's the features going. It's the fact that there's only two on one side they can do one on one. They couldn't figure on regular US food Jaffe lights, we should answer the question. That's the title of this podcast, though. Is it worth it? Is it worth the higher price tag everything about this air is new and improved for the most part much faster processor better track? Keyboard you could equivocate on screen much, much better lighter. So everything pretty much changed. Unfortunately, also changed is the price the air famously nine ninety nine for many many many years you could say going to save up for a couple months again, a MAC book air for college students a bit of a reach. But you could do it. Now. The starting price is eleven ninety nine which is frankly twenty percent Trump. That's big jump. And and it's it's no longer the automatic recommendation for let's say at college to or writer designers because it's that much more expensive and for one hundred dollars more, you could get either the twelve inch MAC book, which is less powerful, but more portable, and I actually like it a lot or the base model thirteen inch pro which is less portable. But power. What do you think is this worth? I think if you want a MAC book air, but you didn't want this old one. Yes, overall, it's a fantastic laptop. And if it was nine ninety nine I'd go out and buy one myself, right? This second ten ninety nine still pretty good once eight eleven ninety nine. Then it's then it's less of a of a blow out. All right. So let's talk about privacy effort. You've got a fascinating story on. How restaurants are clicking our data through these weightless apps. What's going on here? So if you've ever been a restaurant, and it's packed, and they say, you know, give us your phone number, and we'll send you a tax tables. Right. You can go go walk around the mall or something like that. While you're waiting for your table. If they're using an apt to automak automatically send you a taxed there's a good chance that there are some privacy. Implications come with that. So certain apps will keep your phone number for a certain amount of days at restaurants can take a look at other apps. They're able to share it with party marketers one. For example, open table is owned by kayak, which means that they're able to share it with all their different websites. So that's one example, yelp owns one called no way. And they say that they don't really do any marketing with your number. But they do keep it if you're using their app. Restaurants and malls. Or you're going to all the nicest ones all the fanciest ones. I live very. The best here, we do have malls here. They're rare. But there are malls in Brooklyn in Manhattan. You can call that Amalia herald square. Okay. The famous famously almost always empty Manhattan mall. Exactly. Yes. So. Is something that people should be worried about it depends. I mean, if you really don't care about, you know, your privacy, and you really just want the convenience of it. There's there doing this. So it's much more convenient for you. So that the next time you go to this restaurant. They'll know oh, this guy likes a seat by the window or something. I got it. Okay. A lot of it is done for the restaurant sake as well. So they know when their peak hours are how long people are waiting how long they should keep people waiting for without them wanting to leave or anything. So it is beneficial for restaurants. But you do also have to be mindful of your privacy. Right. Do you want to be a part of that experience? Just another example our slowly giveaway away all information, you need a restaurant at burner number could do that companion at that will give you a sixty minute phone number, and you can give them that. All right. So we're way over time for more on this chicken sound CNN. Roger Chan I'm outfitting, Dan Ackerman listening.

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Minimum wage hikes don't eliminate jobs, study finds

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:02 min | 4 years ago

Minimum wage hikes don't eliminate jobs, study finds

"Latest look at a higher minimum wage suggests that it's working. But it's komo's Brian Calvert tells us not all economists are on the same positive page UC Berkeley, researchers looked at Seattle San Francisco and four other cities that have adopted a fifteen dollars minimum wage and found no widespread job losses. The most recent study also showed those working in minimum wage jobs. We're bringing home more money. This study you seem to echo another Berkeley. Study last year that just look at Seattle and both surveys, however appear to contradict university of Washington research that hours were cut and that there are fewer jobs for minimum wage workers. The difference in the studies Jacob Victor who was part of the UW research says his team looked at several industries where workers were paid minimum wage. The Berkeley research only looked at food service that accounts for thirty percent of minimum wage earners. The times reports that the U W project has been criticized for inadequately, separating the impact of minimum wage increases from the broader economic boom, which is naturally driven up wages, Victor contends that Berkeley's analysis did the same thing.

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