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"gospel mission" Discussed on KOMO
"Families. Homeowners pick up the tab in the city's $619 million families, Education preschool and promised Levy. Which voters approved in 2018 on the Seattle Times reports. A little more than half of the city's preschool classrooms are going to stay open for two months in the summer. They say that's to help mitigate learning loss from the covert 19 pandemic. Carleen Johnson. Come on news. We could learn today whether it's going to become illegal to sit or lay down in a 10 block area in the city of Everett. If passed, a new ordinance would make homeless encampments like the one along Smith Avenue. Illegal violators would face arrest and hundreds of dollars of fines is not criminalizing homelessness. Intent is to have criminal sanctions as leverage, but hopefully to not actually have to use the business owners say the encampments. They're driving customers away. They don't feel safe on the streets. This is the worst I've ever seen. Two proposed ordinance is part of a plan to create 20 temporary Many shelters by the end of the summer, they would be put up on city owned land behind the Everett Gospel Mission City Council member list. Baggaley says the city is keeping that project from happening by requiring the ordinance against encampments become law. First. It's changed to say that I will be voting against it today will be a chance for people who live around here to tell the City Council what they think of The proposed ordinance, it also it could very likely come up for a vote today, So as of tomorrow, it could be a new law. That's Cuomo's Karen's on reporting A judge caught on tape making questionable remarks about a fatal police shooting will take some time away from the bench. Kumble's Corwin Hate has the update. Clark County District Court Judge Darvin Zimmerman says in a statement. He will take time off to reflect on his behavior. Zimmerman came under fire for remarks he made when he thought the microphone was off concerning Kevin Peterson Junior a man Clark County deputies shot 34 times after a drug sting last fall. Zimmerman has heard on the tape calling Peterson so dumb and quote a black eye. They're trying to make an angel out of, and he disparaged the motives of Peterson's grieving father. All the signs of his eyes and George Boy attorneys and all the contact when the tape first went public. Zimmerman did not apologize Since then, the Colombian reports. Other Clark County judges have condemned him and prosecutors have sought his removal from their criminal cases. In his statement, Zimmerman says he will spend an unspecified period away from the bench. Determining what he can do to help heal the community. He has served. Corwin Headache. Cuomo NEWS. It's 5 40. We just a minute away from Mako. Most sports update. What's he doing? Designing my new 2021? Nissan kicks online in the case Color studio I give each a special name this one's electric blue, orange red white. I call it the gumball machine. You think it's me? I feel like you're more of a red velvet guy. Limitless possibilities.
Everett City Council to vote on controversial 'no sit, no lie' ordinance for Seattle suburb
"Whether it's going to become illegal to sit or lay down in a 10 block area in the city of Everett. If passed, a new ordinance would make homeless encampments like the one along Smith Avenue. Illegal violators would face arrest and hundreds of dollars of fines is not criminalizing homelessness. Intent is to have criminal sanctions as leverage, but hopefully to not actually have to use the business owners say the encampments. They're driving customers away. They don't feel safe on the streets. This is the worst I've ever seen. Two proposed ordinance is part of a plan to create 20 temporary Many shelters by the end of the summer, they would be put up on city owned land behind the Everett Gospel Mission City Council member list. Baggaley says the city is keeping that project from happening by requiring the ordinance against encampments become law. First. It's changed to say that I will be voting against it today will be a chance for people who live around here to tell the City Council what they think of The proposed ordinance, it also it could very likely come up for a vote today, So as of tomorrow, it could be a new law. That's
2 Everett cold weather shelters at capacity as snow moves in, city of Seattle opens two more
"And snow homeless shelters is Snohomish County are quickly filling up. And Cuomo's Jonathan chose is Jeremiah Swartz of the effort. Gospel Mission says these locations were already struggling with limited space because of covert 19 restrictions Covert and the cold. It's quite a challenging combination and locations like the Gospel mission are starting to fill up and people may have to be turned away in this difficult realities. Playing out across the city, the Salvation Army says mattresses are being rolled up with the shelters near capacity and the United Church of Christ shelter. It's already full and the only reason the ever gospel mission as a few more openings is because crews there are pushing the boundaries of covert 19 social distancing requirements, adding an additional 38 beds for the winter blast. If somebody stays outside And the temperature's do dropped to 18 degrees right with snow and all of that they might not wake up tomorrow, the Snohomish County Human Services Department says of shelters. Philip Overflow area is set up at the Sky Valley Cold weather shelter in Monroe. And any homeless provider covering the cost of a cab to get there will be reimbursed. City of Seattle has opened two additional cold weather shelters through Monday morning. Fisher Pavilion at Seattle Center, Bitter Lake Community Center and Garfield Community Center will be open with a list of more cold weather shelters on our website. Look for the winter Weather Survival guide on our home page it. Cuomo news dot com. State's
"gospel mission" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Important Union gospel mission over the last 30 years. Bill Russell has been a familiar face at Union gospel mission is announced his retirement this year from the position of executive director, but he'll stay on his director Americans to help with the transition. Well got his start in Lewiston, Idaho, where he was the prosecuting attorney Bill. How did that shaped the decisions of your life? You know, I think I grew up in a pretty protected life. I mean, I had a rock band. I went to Chico State, A New California party life. And I rolled through law school and I was still pretty protected. I think when I became a prosecutor, all of a sudden, for the first time in my life, I'm sitting with my back against the wall in public places because I'm aware that there are people Who aren't nice, who do things that may be angry with me or whatever it was. It was really an awakening to what law enforcement goes through. And on the other hand, something else happened inside me where I started learning the problems that people who grow up chronically In a in a chronically unsupervised lifestyle. Maybe they were addicted at a young age or they're around people who commit crimes for a living. I started seeing the challenge of what that person has to go through to turn their life around. And at the same time as a prosecutor. I was watching people bounce in and out of jail. We're in and out of prison, and I wasn't at all. Sure the lion's share them. We're coming out better. In fact, I was pretty sure they were coming out. Worse, So it got me back in the Earlyeighties to start Getting on commissions and advisory boards on DH into research about what's it gonna take to help a person who has really motivated to turn their life around to actually do that? What's the brain science behind it? What's the social dynamic bind at one of the elements? What's the recipe that a person can put together? That's going to result in wholesale change from one whole lifestyle and culture to another, and that's a huge undertaking. And I've been casing that now going on. 40 years ago when I left, I left my law office 38 years ago on a full time basis, and I've been chasing this question of how can we help people? You really want to turn their lives around, actually accomplished it. You're involved in a program called Prison Fellowship. Tell us about that, And I think that kind of plays into what? You just talked about a little bit. Yeah, I mean prison Fellowship was started by Charles Colson, who went to prison for the first time in his life for Watergate crimes, and he went into a federal Penitentiary and his eyes were open to that system, and he came out highly motivated to put alternatives or help for those who are incarcerated together. And so basically prison fellowship still in Oregon helps recruit or a train and place fall in tears in in prison programming end in the community to help Prisoners, families and ex prisoners. So that was valuable. Seven years for me. I got to kind of jump over the fence from working in court, helping to put people into prison to being inside the walls and helping people in prison. Get out and stay out and I think the most valuable thing I did in those seven years. Wass to put together a large ex prisoner group in Seattle that met with each other supported each other and really was a clean, effective group. That was based in central Seattle. And I love doing that. I learned that kind. I still have friends that emanated from that work in that group. Um so yeah, it was. It was very formative for May and again, I think my hope wass that in in prison programming a lot could be accomplished. That would help set a person on a course that would be super effective when they get out. And I found that to be half true. I mean, you could do things when you're in lockup. That? Well, prepare you to get out. But you need a ton of support. And you have to make a number of right moves. Once you're clear of the walls that are going to ensure that you stay out of president And what are some of the keys that helps somebody stay out of prison. Well, I think most of it is is is in the term bio psycho social What you doing? Your biology is hugely important. How effective you are in life, If you know. I mean, if you're staying awake all night if you're not getting adequate sleep if in your biology your Using any kind of substance as a self medication or a way to cope. It's going to be very difficult to keep up with the pace and the requirements of being a free citizen. I mean, I've always name that coaching people that cash flow their lives in the cash flow your life, you have to work a job, and it's going to be better than a minimum wage job. So you know you talk people up into that capability and you get him confident in doing the skills necessary. That person's gonna have two biologically be able to maintain a routine of getting up and getting toe work every day and clicking and cash flow in their lives. Guys who do it, women who do it, They love it. If people kind of stumble on that they're going to stumble on about everything else. So biology's important psychology what you're doing with your mind how you stay focused how you are a learner, and you keep learning because in order to go from a criminal criminalized culture, which often was an addicted culture, you have to totally re learn howto live life as a responsible.
"gospel mission" Discussed on Borne the Battle
"Reno. Remember. Bryan. Bertrand died in Afghanistan. And So those are my Memorial Day plans. I found out that this trip was on Memorial Day it. It made me even more resistant to WanNa go but I did it and when I went to Mexico God, show me a different way a better way to honor the the loss of the people that didn't come back and that was to continue to serve others in life is they served us in death. and. So I look back on Brian and who he was and he wouldn't want me bellied up to a bar drinking beer feeling. Sorry for myself. He would want me out there helping people because that's what he was doing when he died. and. So it was my way to honor Brian and his memory, and I did that for seven years seven years as I was building my company I was going on mission trips all over the world. I'd go to you know Haiti Multiple Times to Haiti. I'd go to South America I would go to South Africa. Kenya, Swaziland, Honduras all these places and I built churches and schools orphanages. And what God was showing me it was that they were healing through serving other people. And that became just my lifestyle I didn't just serve overseas but I would serve in my church I would serve in my community with the Salvation Army they wanted to start a feeding program in Renton. A providing meals, and so I'd gone volunteer with them. You know you GM Union Gospel Mission to go out with other guys from the Church and just do community service stuff. So there is healing from from serving other people and in the book that I wrote Healing Through Service Talks about the physiology of the brain and how it operates. How People. Who Do good works they get an actual dopamine hit in they. Get. Benefit from helping others more than the person who actually received the assistance. So I talk about all that stuff net stuff that I learned as I was going through this process that Gajah there's there's studies on that, right? Yeah absolutely. Yeah. They're all cited in in my book very good and I talk about. That's that's what I created for myself and so. For years ago, God called me to lead other veterans. To find the same healing that I did and honestly I was like I don't want to do that sounds like a lot of work. You can see kind of a common theme for me right? Like. I don't. WanNa. Do that. I did it I did it and I took that first team to Mexico on Veterans Day and we built a home for homeless family and I watch these guys just come alive you know and I was like, okay, there's something here. So I was like all right now I got to actually turn this into a real five Oh, one, C. Three, and so my wife and I went back to the drawing board and figured out how to do that and I started raising money and because it cost me about twenty grand customers about fifteen hundred dollars per veteran to take.
"gospel mission" Discussed on KGO 810
"Impacting congregate settings continuing to be vigilant around skilled nursing facilities, correctional facilities and the light. The governor says the state will spend $52 million from a federal grant to support the eight counties, which also have rising infection rates. State has also set up a Central Valley task force in Sacramento to develop new strategies against the outbreak them concerned now from residents of Santa Rosa's historic ST Rose neighborhood, Sonoma County leaders are working to purchase the hotel Azzurra to use for the permanent housing of the homeless. Add to that a nearby Catholic charities development that would also house the homeless and other facilities run by ST Vincent de Paul and the Redwood Gospel Mission. Residents are telling the press Democrat that now instead of kids playing in the street, it's more Likely to see needles on the sidewalk and homeless people urinating in the streets. Hey, Joey, 10 traffic time Now we'll check in with Heather. The traffic is sponsored by gas buddy. You all better traffic advisory for you long haul types from the Children out about a traffic desk. 1 52 is closed near San Luis Reservoir. And so if you were going to use it to transfer to tweet between five and 101 forget about it. Stick to five or 11 stands. Love. The one you're with eastbound is extremely heavy westbound. It looks to be to being turned back right near five at Santa Nella Boulevard. 2 30 is when the lane should reopen in the Santa Cruz mountains. But for the moment, it is still very heavy from Glenwood down Divine Hill. And nor found 8 80 through Oakland still, under the limit between, say, the Coliseum and a downtown into San Francisco, there's an accident north to 80 north of Ocean. It's on the shoulder, so just a light delay the location, and it's heavy on the skyway from one a one to the Bay Bridge. Have you looked at the prices at the pump lately? Yeah, they're going up start saving now. With Gasbuddy Gasbuddy saves you up to 25 cents per gallon. No matter where you fill up, download.
"gospel mission" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast
"That remm sleep you know you are still engaged in memory consolidation and learning and dreaming and Assimilating Information Activities and encounters that you had during the day so one could say there. There's some benefit to more ram sleep. However there's a lot of nervous system repair that occurs during those deep sleep cycles that I think a lot of when I when I look at people sleep cycles from from a- from a whoop wristband or an or a ring or an apple watch or anything else it's usually the deep sleep that tends to be the lowest and so I question whether people should be using asleep supplement that further decreases deeply percentages versus just using CBD in isolation which actually increases deep sleep percentages? That's good to know. CB increases the deep sleep. Okay contradicting studies maybe cleric clarify this was CBD. I've seen That it helps a deep sleep as long as you take it earlier in the day when he take it later in the day it may actually decrease deep sleep you. Have you seen any literature on that. I've not seen any literature on that. The only the only diurnal variation in CBD response I've seen is that in lower doses during the daytime it can increase increase alertness or like a ten twenty milligram dose but when taken at one hundred three hundred milligrams in the evening can increase deeply percentages. I haven't seen what you've just alluded to but there there might be research that exist that I'm unaware of well. Let's let's send and e copy of Dr Matthew Walker's book Why we sleep now? Speaking of books Ben you have. Finally you've spent several years on this new book. It's called boundless. And I would encourage folks they can pre-order it right now. In fact Sean can. We put a link to his his new book in the show notes. Can we talk a little bit about about this new book that has been a Labor of love and he is the same time love. And Hey it's you know every author author in the health space as one of the unhealthiest things that you can do is to write a book because you're asked Clinton and a chair. Your is getting burnt out by a computer monitor for hours on end and for writing and I like to write you know. This is not something that I that I went through ghost author for you know one of those record your book type of services some conviction as well I write fiction as well. I was actually writing fiction in the Uber on the way over here. So anyways though it's Has Been about three years in the making and the concept behind it is that unlike previous books I've written with which are largely focused on UNFITNESS ON TRAINING CETERA. This this book is is a beast. It was twelve hundred pages the manuscript when I turned into the publisher Women three thousand scientific references definitely gently not minimalist We manage to get it down to about six hundred and eight pages. Which is the final book Big Beautiful Hardcover Coffee Table esque book Diagrams illustrations full color. I wanted it to be like a piece of art right. So it's it'll be kindle and audio book as well but the hard cover is is is the piece of art almost like the four hour body on steroids The idea is that it split into three sections mind body and spirit so the mind. The brain section covers everything from mold and micro-toxins and lime and diets to support cognition. Did neutral picks to smart drug to biohacking technologies for for the brain etc.. The body section is all fitness. Fat Loss Immune system jet lag battling colds and Flus getting recovered. Faster faster new just everything. That has arisen since I wrote my initial book beyond training as far as everything from from biohacking to supplements to diets is to exercise strategies for the body and then and this is probably the most unique part of the book. I wove in a lot of you know it was over two hundred pages of anti aging and longevity advice in their from peptides arms and hormones to a bunch of things that the blue zones are doing spirituality is covered when it comes to gratitude Sexual performance relationships battling loneliness Purpose meditation fasting gratitude. You know all of these different spiritual Rachel disciplines that I think are often left out of health book and so I call it boundless Because the entire premise of the book is that by going through it you discover how to have boundless energy your Beckon. Call Day in and day out and Yeah it's it's it's a giant book but I I liked to write big books. I don't like flash in the PAN little two hundred page airport bookshelf. Books that you can get through in two days like I WANNA book that that lasts me for like a good year a year. Just going through everything in it wouldn't can return to again and again so check it out and I'll tell you what shot gets. Andy a copy of boundless as well that'd be great our next question is from Kelley in Chicago. The question I was GonNa ask is if you guys could address minimalism in volunteering. Alan cheering and time commitment in your life Because I tend to commit myself to a lot of different things mostly with my kids schools. PTO All that stuff. How do you commit to helping Groups that are worthwhile to help yet. Still keep enough time for yourself so that you're saying one thing that's fascinating we're thinking about the new year and we don't have to obviously wait for the new year to to make any sort of resolution but one thing we often do is we overcommit and that actually prevents us from committing to things that are most meaningful to us. So can we talk. If you're someone who's able to to sort of juggle a bunch chains all at once can we talk about About not over-committing. Then I think there there are two things to bear in mind here. The first is that you must put on. You're an accent oxygen mask. I meaning that if you don't have some kind of self care or self love process whether that's exercise or taking time to meditate or engage engage in breath work or gratitude practice or anything else before you run off to go help other people. You are that much less equipped to be able to make a lasting impact on the world so so everything I do for anti-aging for longevity is not so I can brag about being. The person lives longest it so that during my time here on the Earth to be as best equipped from physical sickle standpoint to be able to make his big an impact as I can on the planet with my life's purpose which leads to point number. Two you need to have a filter you need to to have a purpose right like my purpose in life is to empower people to live more adventurous joyful and fulfilling life. That is my purpose and when I'm looking at volunteer opportunities -tunities when I'm looking at speaking opportunities when I'm looking at article writing opportunities or podcasts. Or anything else. I can put things through that filter. I can say okay you no by by me going and volunteering at the at the Spokane Union Gospel Mission And let's say Helping hoping to to hand out clothing to two homeless men is that empowering people live more adventurous joyful and fulfilling life versus say playing my guitar Har at a nursing home. You know an and playing some cools hymns and old country songs for the people at the nursing home well for me personally. The ladder falls a little bit more into like the joy and adventure component. And that kind of lights me up a little bit. Choose something like that because we say well. This is a good option. This is a good option. And that's a good problem to have bef- uh-huh but then picking the one better aligns with who you are who you want to be how you want to serve the world. I think set you up to be happier more fulfilled and and Well to be a better version of yourself. Everyone has a unique skill set. And don't feel bad if what turns you on as far as helping people is is different than and what turns someone else on and if you are turning down ways that you can help people to be of better service in a different way of fit your skill set. I think that's just fine when I'm it says like you're hoping Kelly figure out what she needs to say no to so she can actually say yes to the things that matter most her. But I'll tell you like for me when and I WANNA add something into my routine earn into my calendar. I do exactly that good at my calendar and I'm literally budgeting my time and Kelly. If you're not budgeting during your time correctly you're not even GonNa know where you are available to give yourself but look at that schedule and yeah look at your look at look at what you have on your plate and ask yourself like what do I need to say no to in order to say yes to the important things in life Kelly. I'm GonNa send your copy of our book. Essential speaking of priorities so so essential is an essay collection with one hundred and fifty different essays. Twelve different areas of intentional. Living One of those areas is figuring out what your priorities are so if you like our podcast you'll really like the audiobook version of essential. I think it's six hours long. Maybe a little bit over six hours. So Sean if you could send her that if you want the book or the book were happy to send those to you as well Kelly Ryan. What time is it? You know Tom it is. It is time for our lightning round where we answer questions from social media. Indeed we do. We're at the minimus on twitter facebook and instagram and then been at been in Greenfield on definitely on twitter instagram as well I think so and ended all right well. We'll put a link to his website in the show notes as well and then you can find him on all the social media platforms. What are we got Ryan? We've got a question from nick of started in stopped minimalism. So many times. How do I ensure it sticks rather than than having to set it as a resolution twenty more times so you can remind us word minimalism? I think with just about anything where I I've started. Blank blanked a new diet. A new exercise routine I've tried to go to bed earlier. Whatever it might be but then I stopped doing it? I stopped feeling doing more debated or as Nick says in never sticks now been what we tried to do. Is We try to give a pithy answer but we can ramble on a little bit. Sean puts all of our quotes in the show notes outs and we put them over at minimum maximums dot com as well. So here's my my pithy answer. Actually I have I have three of them for you. Because I'm all the ultimate minimalist First this one is sometimes you have to walk away to come back and what I mean by that is. Maybe you tried something. But it wasn't the appropriate time for you to try it and your life. Maybe you had other things going on other things were a priority then now now priority. It's a weird thing. We've made this word priority. A plural it wasn't a plural until the twentieth century priority literally means the first thing and so what is the first thing for you that changes over time. My my second pithy answer is because here. It's a brand new year. I tweet this at the first day of every year one day or day. One you decide and I think quite often with minimalism or diet or something else. It's I'll get to that one day right. Which makes my third? My third answer here is has some day is not a day of the week and someone off and say. I'll do it some day or I'll do it tomorrow. I'll put it off and and we we We continue tend to procrastinate. Now been do you have any advice for Nick for getting something to stick. Yeah I think I think the to the big things that I do. Who are? I equipped my environment To enable me the next day to do what it is I had planned to do so. Let's take exercise for example full when I plan to go to the gym. My clothes are laid out when I wake up. I know exactly what she was gonNA wear. Those are there. The entire workout is jotted down in a notepad. Add on the notes function on my iphone. So there's very little barrier to entry. There's very little paralysis by analysis decision-making fatigue for me to actually remove removed friction. That's a great way to explain it And then the other thing I've done in terms of removing the friction is you eliminate as many barriers to you engaging thing in that activity as possible. meaning that if your goal is to begin Eating healthy you literally throw out or give to someone. You don't like all all the peanut butter all the ice cream. All the pop are just do not have it in the home period. You Know I. I happen to be staying in a very stripped down apartment while I'm here in Venice Beach Because my friend is moving but I've crash his home where he basically has a bed couch in Wifi router. Little bulldog named Jack when you open the refrigerator. There's nothing in the pantry. There's a little bit of salt and black pepper. I have had zero cheat nights since I got here because I have zero options when I get home there there. There is no chocolate bar in the freezer there. There is no jar of peanut butter in the Pantry. There is nothing and when you simply kind of paint yourself into that corner makes things far easier. You know when you combine that with the plan like I was talking about earlier like here's exactly what I'm going to eat for breakfast. Snack lunch and dinner. You're far more equipped because I think that where people fail a lot of times is just not knowing what to do or being surrounded by the activities or the objects that take them away from what it is that they had planned on doing minutes interesting..
"gospel mission" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
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"gospel mission" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
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"gospel mission" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"So we see will all every like donations or whatever goes the union gospel mission. Better. Check out this placement brother-in-law, and then my sister and, and seeing homelessness, and I do a trip down there to union gospel mission. I've seen it you know it's scary. It's the things I talk about in song, like I'm not going near there. But, but I went and I went with, with my wife and she just just done a news thing. She's all dressed up. And I wanna go looking like, you know. Yeah. He looked really you live really indoors. Like, what are you doing here? But, you know we travel so we do see a lot. And when we travels much NC, the things we see it grow it. Layer of empathy. I guess, like you're not afraid to go someplace is because you understand people are pretty much cool. Everywhere you go. Yeah. Scary homeless guy. That's yelling. If you read Ellen saxes the center cannot hold you understand. More about schizophrenia, like Cuzner screaming at you, he screaming at some thing that doesn't know just went to Israel for the first time, and I thought it was going to be everybody just shooting guns at each other, and it was just chilling chilling. It was cool. Yeah. So Palestinian people protest and they were they would civil the whole towns like, oh, this is like right on the measuring sees it was beautiful. That's just not how I pictured it because whenever they show it, it's after something, horrible happen, or they, they don't even talk about it over here until something happens. European people if you've noticed you've traveled to Europe are terrified to come to US because what they see is the guns in the shooting. And stuff. They think. I'm not going there. You know. So it's whatever you perceive, something else to be. Right. So so we went to. Union gospel mission. They said, do you want? We're going to go on a run right now. Run. What's that? We're going to go into the jungle, which is. Arguably the worst homeless encampment in America, I would think if they called it the jungle it wasn't going to be something then for longtime. They these guys have empty empty out part of it. Cops won't Bill in there. The city are they going on there? But that the cops the cops like we're not going in there, because so these guys from union gospel mission who have lived in the jungle now went to rehab. And now run the union gospel mission. We lived here and they tell me my point to all of this, we start asking, like how people get here. How do people get to that tent on the street out of people get the jungle like? Living in China. Bushes like the freeway, like well. Well, you know, it's eighty five percent drug and alcohol addiction. Okay. I kind of dig it. But there's a number. Okay. Thanks. But, like I was, you know, I mean my fear of living on the street even through all my addiction. I'll call you kept me off the street. I'd work like nine times is hard to be able to trace you, you pay the rent nine times..
"gospel mission" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Worse. You know, we've talked before about union gospel mission in Portland big fan of what they do because there's accountability. And they want to take homeless people and give them a path to get out of that lifestyle and be a productive member of society. But there's accountability involved want to support those groups in every city has groups like that. Yeah. You find them you support because you have a heart for people some people don't want to be homeless. And yes, there are those sad stories that because of you know, a loss job it could be a number of different things. They ended up in a place. They never wanted to be others. Just want to go and be drug addicts, and wherever I'm going to you know, be able to live that lifestyle that crap needs to end. I mean while the tax payers sponsored support of it needs to end. Absolutely, absolutely, man. That's that's our breaking story is how are you run a business like that? You know? And if you you love guitars, and so do I that's the experience of walking in the guitar shop, and all of a sudden, you're like I got to walk through this. And there's feces of cash. Okay. No they're corner stores. I don't go to anymore. No. Because you run into that problem. All right moving on Lachlan the daughter. Yes. Oh, she's mad at her. Mom, olivia. Jade reportedly furious with their parents after the whole college bribery scandal came out because the lives lost sponsors. Now. She's an Instagram influencer YouTube influence, or whatever social media, whatever she does. And she had a career go and didn't really want to go to school. But her mom pays five hundred thousand dollars to get her and her sister into a USC. Get never really wanted to go. And now her career is spiraling out of control because of mom and dad, and I don't know why. But I can't help. But say that with a smile on my face, I feel bad for her in the sense that her parents definitely screwed her over. Yeah. But I don't feel bad at her because she's also an entitled brat, and I don't really. I I don't really care. She didn't do anything to earn her profile. She had a famous mom and dad. But she kept herself in shape. She took a lot of photos. Yeah. And you know, nose to the grindstone. Yes. That is the thing. Yeah. The business was going. Great until mom got found.
"gospel mission" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Blue. You get nothing. Stay, sir. Ben, I'm on a losing streak. Choose your news actually, gave me a lot of pleasure to lose. This. I really did. I think you think I'm just kissing up. You know, that's how you actually make a friend. Thanks a lot. So I- pitched a story about a billionaire who's now on shark tank. It is name is Robert Robert Kraft, the owner of the New England Patriots. No different stories. See the way this works. Now is I tell my story. So so earlier winning the narrative, and you're making fun of people who like gorillas. So is name is Robert Hirsch avec, and he had his life changed in Seattle. He's a successful guy. Like, I say, he's a billionaire. He talked to ABC about the deep depression was in in how the union gospel mission helps get him out of it. You've actually had contemplated suicide after splitting up with your wife. Diana twenty four years. I got to a point where. There was no tomorrow for me. It was weeks spin at Seattle's union gospel mission helping the homeless that Robert out of a time of despair. What in particular snapped you out of that moment, I saw so much pain so much loss and three but yet joy get just stripped away, everything for me and brought me back to a place of happiness. Yeah. In the coal broder in Seattle times has a great right up on this that. Gentlemen Roberts Hirschbeck. He he went to Uni gossip because his pastor guy named John McVay get that right McAfee said get down there. Go get in touch with humanity in challenge him. And he did that while he was there. He made friends meet friends with a guy named Richard MC Adams. Because this billionaire was working the front counter and up meals socks quos, and he met Richard mcadams who was an outreach worker. So that's search and rescue. That's the stuff that the people always want to do with the union gospel mission because it seems like the sexy job. It's also the dangerous wanted it's heartbreaking because a lot of people don't want help. And they want to be near you. So the billionaire it goes out with the search and rescue guy and filmed, the tears listen them talk to a homeless man, and it changes life on that spot. Now, the fact is how do you want permanent change, well, gentlemen, number three hundred thousand SOX one of the big needs at the union gospel mission, everyone thinks they need food. You should they don't they need socks? He's also been a consistent donor to them a faithful donor Andy's maintained the friendships. That he made it the union gospel mission. He married his dancing with the stars partner and some big wash away wedding pictures big time, right? The guy down he's maintained it. Here's my challenge. And listen. I'm broken cat. Everybody knows. Everybody knows me. I'm not qualified to judge anybody. Here's my challenge. Look people.
"gospel mission" Discussed on KOMO
"The winter weather continues to impact those among us who are most vulnerable the union gospel missions, carry palace spoke with komo's Taylor van Cise. Let's start with the basics. What is most in need right now for your folks are search and rescue teams have been out on the street. We've expanded the routes were doing both at night and during the day one of the things that we've seen the flow has been pretty pretty wet. And with that we've seen people trying to sleep in tents where their tensor actually, falling in under the weight of that snow, and so we've seen cut a record number of people over the last weeks certainly this last weekend. They're are actually getting all those hope and love vans that we have gone around the around the the county and coming into filter so just twenty four hour period. We had twenty people get off the streets and come into shelter. Now. I know a lot of folks though, are living in cars or disabled RV's. Are they able to stay warm? A lot of times the snow if if it's not cheating in the you can actually kinda create kind of blanket, if you will inflate insulate some of the heat, that's not the case in cars and RV's. So if they don't have any kind of heating source of their it can become really really desperate situation. And so we've also increased our amount of contacts were initially going up knocking on windows knocking on doors of RV's and car people are trying to live out of them. Just also see if we can kill them out and get them into a warm environment, Terry, I'm sure you've seen some of the pictures on social media of how wiped out grocery stores. Were how are your supplies holding out through this storm? Well, you know, there's always need we have increased our meals that were serving where serving more than three hundred more meals than we normally do it's about six hundred and fifty thousand six hundred fifty meals Kirk day in civil there's there's always a huge need for us to continue to serve warm meals to folks that need it most especially in temperatures in conditions like this, we have at least a couple more days of temperatures close enough to being able to cause some snow. How can how can I help do what the union gospel mission needs to be done? The best thing is to to lead site daughter works to give a monetary donation. We can use that wherever it's necessary at that time. Certainly, you know, resources like gifting kind hats gloves hand warmers. Those are always neat. So we're trying our best to keep people warm for safe. Get them off the streets and get them into a safe and healing environment dairy palace with us on KOMO news from the union gospel mission. Thanks, thank you so much. That's komo's Taylor van Cise..
"gospel mission" Discussed on KOMO
"Could probably assume that anywhere in the world, a landlord is probably making a little more money than the people they rent to. But as Andrew Vandamme reports in the Washington Post here in the United States the gap in wealth between a landlord and a renter is wider than almost anywhere else in the world Andrews, a financial reporter at the post, and he joins us on the KOMO Newsline. Good afternoon. Already. So I tell us about the study because as I understand it. It was some Austrian bankers that are comparing how people in different countries spend their money. They to the two of Australian banker actually worked for Australia's central Bank the equivalent to our Federal Reserve, and they were looking at. Well, in terms of what people need to use it for what people own rather than how much wealth they have and here in the United States. It appears that that what we make a lot less money comparatively as homeowners compared to landlords. Yes. So homeowners in the US actually earn. On average about are actually have in terms of wealth about seventy percent of the average. Whereas a renter in the US would have about four hundred to five hundred percent of the average got it. Okay. And your your stories filled with these these incredible graphs as far as I can tell seems that American homeowners more than any country. Let's not not just renters but homeowners to trail behind the average wealth of any other nation, am I reading that correctly? Oh, yes. That's absolutely true. American. Renters are near the bottom. But American homeowners are well behind over any other group in any other country in the US in North America Europe in terms of their their income and their wealth in relation to the national average Andrew van Damme with us on KOMO news. You can read his whole article online at Washington Post dot com. Komo news time one thirty seven. A new study led by the university of Washington shows that public perception about suicide and homicide apparently far from reality. Komo's Carleen Johnson reports that the study which was funded by gun safety groups found that in the US suicide is twice as common as homicide and more often involves firearms public perception is just the opposite in two thousand fifteen there were seven hundred fourteen deaths by firearm and our state seventy seven percent of those gun deaths were suicide initiative sixteen thirty nine when put a warning label on the purchase of a firearm to that effect. Firearm in the home has been associated with an increased risk of death to self and others, including an increased risk of suicide opponents of sixteen thirty nine in a recent ad sixteen. Thirty nine is a dangerous is that will put criminal penalties on victims of break ins and offers little protection for law abiding citizens lead author of the study at the U dub school of public health says firearm suicide is substantially more common than firearm homicide, but most people simply don't know that and that could change perceptions. They say about firearm ownership and safe storage laws. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news sign your square businesses are joining forces to golfer an end to violence from St. campers, they say the city of Seattle is allowing the encampments to exist and its resulting in more aggressive assaults including a recent attack on a gallery owner, komo's met Markovits reports. Landed a glass of water long is used to giving out glasses of water to the homeless from in tour gallery, right across the street from the union gospel mission rough part of town..
"gospel mission" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Comes to the more theater and. Adam Riyan and in the five o'clock hour so you don't wanna miss that so Aaron film in candy's, here Shawn's run on the board and we got Kimmy. Klein on the cars Heather Bosh will break in with news. When, news breaks let's start though So Erin I want to start with you. Today and this Maybe says more about me. Than anything but I wanted to get your reaction to it so I was going, through the paper like I always do the websites this morning and so I see a. Headline and I click on it and the headline was homicide detective investigating after. A man found dead, in, a homeless encampment on I five so I was. Like wow that seems like. That would be a big story, so I click on it it is the shortest briefest nondescript. Press, release that I've ever gonna read you the entire thing oh here we go from the SPD's blotter SPD homicide detectives are investigating after fifty five year old man was found. Dead in a small encampment underneath, interstate five just afternoon today this would be. Yesterday a passer-by spotted the man down on the ground underneath I five near college street and called nine one one medics and. Police arrived in a found the man deceased at the, scene, if, you, have, any information. About the. Case call. Two six two five. Three five thousand that's it that's it that is Shebang that's the whole shebang and so I looked at this and then I looked up. The numbers from twenty seventeen on homeless death so last, year, in, King, County, there was. One hundred. And sixty. Nine deaths A homeless. And I began to. Think if you applied. This to any other demographic where every other day a person was dying for sure so if I said. Every other day there is a, white elementary school kid dying people would be Yes if I said there is every other, day someone, that works at pike place. Market is dying every other day we have an unexplained death at Boeing Amazon people would lose their mind when you say every. Other day a homeless person dies in King County people kind of go oh yeah. We're over them I don't know if you got the news seems, like it's, about right yeah I guess the takeaway for me on this, is I felt simultaneously bad and indifferent at the same time where it's like I've been. To this camp under I five and I've. Walked through this at night? With You know I'm biking on the name of the charity that we went with the unions Gospel mission and walking through. There and, it's like the conditions are deplorable the fact that this is happening in Seattle Boggles my mind and then when I see this. It appears like that we've sort of I. Don't know if we just discounted the. Human, lives that, are in mind you. Walk around the street all the time you're on the buses all the, time Yup I'm a I'm, a transit guy I walk everywhere when I first, came to Seattle in the early two thousands from the east coast a lot of what I did was homeless ministry and we would go and we would work with organizations down breath life down in pioneer square unique gospel mission and go out and meet people that were. Homeless and talk to them and and really put a face and a. Name? And a personality to to these people and, and that really that humanization I think is good for both sides right and so when you see something, like this like they knew if he's. A fifty five year old? Man and they know that in the, press release there must be some sort of, identification can't you throw name out don't, you want to contact the family like maybe Someone knows this, person by name and not just fifty five year old homeless man right I. I think the other takeaway for me is. That we've we've reduced our homelessness argument. To, it being, okay for this camp. To exist bringing okay like when I drive down like I had to, go to an appointment today, and I'm driving by between the police station and, the I five underpass and there are at least a dozen to fifteen tents directly across the street from the from Seattle PD had Yonkers and so we've just become immune to the lives that are represented there and I was sort of a wakeup call to me to. Be like do I care this guy died like if this was my. Next? Door neighbor I would be like oh my, God I can't believe you what happened and it's real easy to sort of say and I hear people, say this a lot like well they're. Choosing to be there this? Is the lifestyle they want if they, really want Go get a job they, should go get? A job and all those walls do is separate you from, feeling empathetic about another, human being right. Like these people need help right. We need to do something about this problem, right but it's so huge and it's so complicated, that, it feels really overwhelming and. I think a lot of us just wanna go like I I'm, used to just hitting the easy. Button man like that's what life is now and this is a problem that, so, insane and has so many routes and, causes, and, and and when you're dealing with people there's just an infinite variety and. Variation. In in you know how how how they got to where they are and. Why they're there, now and you. Just you don't know what to, do and so we're just. Sort of walking and going about our lives and seeing well I guess this is the new normal, which frankly human beings, are very good at just turning disasters into. Normal day stop yeah so I. Don't know if there's a huge silver lining that I have this other than that I? Saw this I'm a bit. Callous? To it not proud of that fact and, I? Think that this permanent person is deserves better and better from himself better. From his community better from his family better from the SPCA Blotter better from the times reporters, of just taking that the copy. And pasting it into a story like healer fifty five years he he knew, people, yeah he had a job those guys, have, stories, man let me tell you they have stories they live lives and I. Think. As a community when we've reduced it to one line in the paper that. And if the, homicide detectives are. Out there that means that there's, a possible homicide right like. He'd somebody may have killed this guy right and it's still only gets one line again I go back to if an Amazon worker was killed Lost his. Life every other, day we would have like the FBI and yeah forget the week so I this this I think we need to all keep our eyes, open when we hear about oh Pearl Jam? Raised thirteen million dollars for homelessness or this, is? What the budget is I get angry. At, it all the time at the end of the day We have to do better we can't just keep the status quo. Going well what we're doing isn't working and I.
Woman dies while hiking in Mount Rainier National Park
"ABC news Stay connected stay informed KOMO, news good. Afternoon it is four thirty one I'm Kelly Blair with the top. Local stories from the KOMO twenty, four seven, news center An elderly couple has been upgraded to satisfactory condition today the recovering at Harborview medical after being stabbed in their own home yesterday afternoon Bellevue police say female houseguests. Stabbed to seventy six year old woman in her eighty three year old. Husband police. Tell us the, woman tried to set several fires in the home police arrested her neighbors believe she may have been a transient. In, need so far no motive in that case firefighters are warning you to be extra careful next week because of the extra wins and all the dry brush already we have seen how dangerous and how fast flames can destroy a home last night on lake cabin on neighbors and fellow boaters jumped into action. To try and stop a, fire from spreading KOMO, Suzanne Phan reports from mount Vernon as, flames, ripped through this cabin and shoot up the trees on. Lake Cavanaugh some, voters watching horror witnesses. Say neighbors. And voters. Jumped in, to help. Fight the fire Steve Manny. Was on the water when he spotted the flames sit back here got, my sump pump And His daughter brother and neighbor all raised back over to the burning. Cabin pretty much half the house was. Gone the fire started over on that side and kind of took the whole. House they're Manny another's quickly got to. Work we came tried to get on the, dock and there are so many boats near helping the, fire both. Guy and so we pulled up on the shore started sump pump going and got it all spraying down as much as we could in a fire started over on that. Side so we brought the boat over there and started hosing down that. Side try to save the neighbors on this Sunday investigators are serving all the damage. Done the cabin was, destroyed but the neighbor's homes were. Spared I feel terrible for the people that own the. House and you, know I feel grateful for the neighbors were able to keep it from. Spreading maybe this will show the people how fast something can go up in flames and how easy it spreads That is. Komo's Suzanne Phan reporting the body of a hiker swept away in the white river at mount rainier has been recovered the national park service's says that the woman was hiking. By yourself on the northern loop trail Wednesday when she was swept downstream. While attempting to cross the Westbrook of the white river a group of hikers saw. The woman struggle and, try to reach your but couldn't. They hiked out and notified authorities rescuers searched for her. By land and, air until they found her body on Friday we know she was just. Twenty two years old a Chinese national here in the states going to college KOMO news time is four Time to check our roads and AAA traffic with Evans Smith or working on an emergency response on southbound five just before Northgate taking up the two right lanes traffic is backing up to, stay little bit behind this looks like it may have been a brush sponsor of some kind meanwhile. Working, on bit slowing southbound five going between STAN would and Marysville, down towards this Tom rivers where you're back. Up to speed about five still clearing out between Lacey and do Pont area as well our. Next supporters of four forty four seven Smith KOMO traffic meteorologist general Donald checks are forecast what's. The heat wave that just doesn't want to quit around here where even warmer than we were yesterday right on schedule low nineties, around downtown Seattle Bellevue and Bremerton today and low to, mid ninety s as the peak of the heat hits tomorrow we'll start, your road this heat a little bit as we head into the middle of the week finally a nice marine pushed by Wednesday. And Thursday with early clouds maybe even some welcome. Drizzle and afternoon clearing but that's still several days off in the KOMO weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell it is hot now currently mostly sunny and eighty seven. Degrees in Seattle governor Inslee says the Trump administration's announced twelve billion dollars. In, relief from tariffs won't do, much to help Washington farmers for apple producers have been hit our cherries they're gonna hit as well Inslee visited growers in the Yakima valley this week he points out the. Announced federal subsidies targets soybean dairy, and, pork farmers the head, of the. Washington State Department of, transportation has some rough news for drivers hoping for relief from bad traffic it's not happening komo's Charlie Harger reports speaking at an industry conference washed chief Roger Millar tells his colleagues from around the country in essence traffic is lousy around here in big, old highways aren't going to fix it in fact congestion is using his words here is a problem. We, simply cannot solve according to meeting notes published by the American, Association of state highway and transportation officials Millar, says big problem is that people around here can't afford to Live near where we. Work so, we're driving along way answer, he says is to. Come up with new approaches to solving the, state's transportation woes but that's going to take time and money. Something taxpayers, might not be eager to tackle Charlie harder KOMO news And. Water has become a hot commodity among the, homeless during our current heat, wave which it'd mcadams with the downtown union gospel. Mission says they're handing out bottled water downtown and have sent. Out, a fleet of vans to distribute. Water to the city's homeless encampments we. Go through cases in. Cases of it not only the hydration center but also with the, vans and stuff like that we're going. To at least fifty cases of. Water a day wow most people living on the streets don't, have a place. To cool off let alone get water mcadam says they do this whenever. It gets above eighty five degrees the outpouring of support for fallen officer Diego marina continues, in Kent yesterday the community rallied at. A blood, drive in his honor komo's Mitch Pittman reports he. Was memorialized in a way that. Will save the lives of others the ultimate goal of those who put on the. Uniform Mr. protect and save lives officer Diego. Marino gave his own for that 'cause today his community, came to So more lives can be saved in, his name we're having our, second annual battle of the badges contest for blood. Donations started last year in the event pits police against firefighters. In, a friendly competition of who can. Bring out more donors but this year. It's all in honor. Of Marino so sad so sad but we wanted to bring up, and say thank you for all you. Did and we want to give. Back to his in his community every donation could save.
"gospel mission" Discussed on KOMO
"Homeless services meantime one of the most important contributions from this city is a nonprofit that is helping these men and women the story with union gospel mission coming up first let's check your drive we know of one big issue on i five this morning time to say good morning to kierra jordan who has your aaa traffic good morning manda in greg we actually have three crashes already this morning but let's start with our big one this the rollover crash in federal way northbound i five approaching three twentieth four left lanes are still blocked that means just one lane is getting through your absolutely crawling the pierce county line is you're coming out of the five curve so your drive from tacoma to federal way that's taking you thirty nine minutes right now we also have a crash in sumner on northbound one six seven at highway four ten that's blocking the left lane that's got you stacked up from south hill mall and finally were working a crash in marysville has closed both directions of highway nine between sixty four th and eighty four th there's a detour in place are next komo traffic at five fourteen and seth wayne has your forecast to seeing that sunshine through the day today highs reach the mid to upper seventies looking at some clouds increase later tonight with it comes a partly cloudy sky at least tomorrow afternoon slightly cooler for the end of the work week we're still going for a dryer memorial day weekend i'm seth wayne in the komo weather center that's good news clear skies in olympia right now it's fifty degrees their average fifty one clear skies and boeing field at fifty seven degrees komo news time five oh six and the city of seattle is trying to assess if it's efforts to offer help to people in unsanctioned homeless camps are effective throws night and five others in these tents under a bridge a block from the courthouse are being swept the removal is being done by.
"gospel mission" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Your weekend plans dallas news brought to you by union gospel mission of dallas county dallas animal services says the four dogs attacked and mauled a woman and a fair park neighborhood early sunday morning have been put down their remains are now being tested for rabies sixteen citations were issued to the owner of those dogs for allowing them to run loose not vaccinating them against rabies not spaying or neutering them and for not microchipping any of them a woman the dogs attacked remains hospitalized in serious condition a new york federal judge ruled today the government has to turn overseas material from last monday's fbi raid on president trump's personal attorney so michael collins attorneys can tell the judge how much of it might be subject to attorney client privilege meanwhile the attorney for stormy daniels who was also at that hearing spoke to reporters afterward i said last friday and that's weekend that michael cohen was radio active and that anybody that was associated with him in the last twenty to thirty years should be very very concerned michael cohen had no comment to make to the press while leaving the courthouse this afternoon tomorrow of course the deadline to file your twenty seventeen tax return play sanford with dallas irs says if you owe money there are couple of ways you can pay payment plans we also course take payments by.
"gospel mission" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Everything inside your rv be curfew hours though they would come by and do trash collection the replace for you go the bathroom and then what they would do in these safe lots as you would sign up for some type of housing some type of shelter and even though that some of these lots got closed if you go down near the train tracks around sodo around that area right there are the west seattle bridge you'll still see some of these safe lots that are still open most of these particular lots aren't gated you'll see rv's that are backed up right to the train track when we've gone to visit these it's incredible that people can even sleep in the rv's because you're i mean you you walk out the door of your of your rv and you're ten feet away from the railroad track in the trains common common i mean the train just keep coming and if you've ever been to a game down in that are you know the trains keep coming so you can imagine trying to sleep next to that but nonetheless are people heroin free but there are some rules not as stringent is the ones that mayor murray had originally tried to get people to sign because no way sign it nobody goes to safe lots but basically in these particular lots you're supposed to do your very best take care of your neighbor you're also supposed to do your very best to keep things clean to go the bathroom again yeah tracks trash collection and then the navigation teams do come by and they try to help you a services and they try to get you into housing so that's what safe lots are if you've never visited these if you ever volunteer with the union gospel mission go out some night in fact you call the union gospel mission tonight and get signed up on their calendars and go out and you'll visit some of these safe lots and you'll have an opportunity to speak to some of the people that live in these safe lots and they come from all walks of life three thirteen let's check the cars come on back with their story this traffic report this.
"gospel mission" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"One night after helping union gospel mission you give wieters asked a woman you know the we're talking about like yeah i trade for a sex for things on a lot yeah they all that when you know you when are you gon na trade or sort of you don't trading you're right so so so what works here i know investigator i went out there and i just last right but like if this was the number one priority yeah go up to women and ask right like if it doesn't take you know james bond to figure this thing now he's not stages losses are all or jason more you to walk around and asked them and man you know like so the shirt kevin are two of it as a lot of we don't have a higher priority that message really no one walk around it is ask them of the women that are living on the street the not and that's why you out that's why the should allow the sense you should allow the daryl carve these it should be housing first and it seems like we're not we're going on the goal was seven thousand units ready for people why this time this year you can't you don't hear from the house things are is there housing is are no i go homeless are the homeless are we should have a housing sorry i up i say fire the homeless are listed the housing zoran because the home was are doesn't do a thing for a hundred forty ground about that except get paid a lot of money and do absolutely nothing so and then you have the cell police department on mayor murray put looks they're gonna pick marcell our sunday all these navigation teams they have been sunday now navigation teams and not colon them navigation teams for year i saw that so last that the last about is that that is nothing new the many are still refuses as of today we awesome every day to call on here and how it have a heavy because civil conversation with those about those he won't come on i am glad that we would to the unit gospel mission the very next wednesday he actually what out with the unit goal solution i love to compare notes and find out what he learned.