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"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

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"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"If you were listening you met dave sullivan. A husband and father of two. Who was in desperate need of a new heart in two thousand nineteen. Today we learn what happened. When sullivan got in touch with the family that helped meet that need and saved his life. World senior correspondent. Kim henderson has the story right. So i'll tell you what i'm gonna put this in the car and then you can put the clothes in july twenty fourth arrives. Hot and humid davis under the carport with one of his daughters loading up for a three hour. Drive to jennings louisiana. That's where they'll meet the parents of dave's heart donor. So i got the stethoscope and i got Also have a print out of the last. Ekg ahead the shows heartbeat. It's kinda give to them. You know i'm a little nervous even dave's wife michelle solid steady. Been through it. All michelle seems a little off her game over murky keys. I hope so locked. The door about nine thirty davis on his third cup of coffee. He had a restless night. Wom nervous. I don't think i should be just wanna make sure i don't want him to be disappointed. You know. sometimes. I feel like i'm i wasn't worthy of the gift. The gift was extraordinary and it could be just any heart. The donor had to be a good match from blood. Type two body size. The heart had to fit inside dave's ribcage just right and since donated heart camp come from a person older than fifty five. The donors death is often the result of an accident and this case snowboarding tragedy. The dave didn't know any of this back on june sabbath. Twenty nineteen the day of his transplant. Forty eight hours had passed since the initial call informing the sullivans. That hart was available. He'd been prepped for surgery. Four times each time. The surgery got postponed one third and went to get the heart while the other ones started removing the eldad so everything had to be coordinated very very carefully she actually went in and inspected the heart and then called and said yes is good. I'm on the plane back. So that's when they started that fast forward six weeks. Michelle has her phone and she's videoing the happiest moments.

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"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

03:29 min | 2 months ago

"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"One thing's for sure i've got the prettiest tomato plants around their vines are long in lovely with dainty green tendrils wrapping themselves around stakes. Like nobody's business. The dogs top out at a good eight inches above my head and the leaves well. They are clearly outstanding as far as leaves go unfurled symmetrical bug free. So what's the problem. I didn't really know there was a problem until my husband pointed it out. Maybe he didn't notice it either until my father-in-law arrived for sunday lunch. Bearing gifts nice remarked fingering the bag of firm. Ripe better boys. They were perfect. Specimens of tomato is city the next day my husband pointed out mine. Aren't you managed to do so in an understated way. But i knew something was coming when he was talking to our sun referred to me as your mother. It's good when they do that. So the papa grow tomatoes. Our son asked piling hunk of red juicy nece onto a plate. of course my husband answered him. Your mother only grows decorative tomatoes. Usually decorative is a pleasant adjective. But i got his drift. Mines aren't very much fruit. There mainly consumers of dirt space rain in my infrequent hoeing attempts but they look good in my question proof production. I later did some research. I wanted to nail something down fruit or vegetable. Well it turns out. Nobody really knows is such a debate. That tomato lovers wants took the controversy all the way to the supreme court in eighteen eighty seven. The united states held imported vegetables to a tariff rate of ten percent fruit and contrast arrived on our shores tariff-free so the tomatoes identity crisis have financial implications eventually leading to the supreme court decision knicks versus heddon that declared the tomato drum roll. Please a vegetable. The honorable assembly came to this conclusion using the popular definition. That classifies vegetables by use since tomatoes are generally served with dinner not desert. They were labeled as veggies authorities in europe however deduce differently on that continent. The tomato is classified correctly botanically speaking as a fruit die hard botanist take it even further. They place tomatoes in a fruit subset berries so it boils down to this to determine your tomatoes stance. You either have to go botanical gastronomical. and i guess. The whole decorative tomato plant thing really boils down to something else to an expectation of good. Fruit is right and reasonable. Just looking apart may mean an axe lies ready at the route. I'm kim henderson tomorrow. Billionaires in space what might that mean for the rest of us who were not billionaires in the years to come plus washington wednesday and world tour that and more tomorrow i'm knickebocker and mary record the world and everything in it comes to you from world. Radio world's mission is biblically objective. Journalism that informs educates and inspires. If we have died with him we will also live with him. If we endure we will also rain with him. Go now in grayson peace.

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"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

03:17 min | 3 months ago

"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"By the crowd on the oklahoma river that saturday canoeing has plenty of enthusiasts travel. Reporters described many adventures. Like canoeing. fun on your terms close to home. But it's real life adventure none the less a leap into the unknown with all that involves sounds pretty good except for the unknown part which i learned more about during my husband's pre paddling preparations see this watertight bag still comes in handy canoe. King told me filling. It was sunscreen and a first aid kit. A first aid kit in case copperhead drops down from a branch and lands on his. He replied or someone splits their foot wide open right moments later. We shoved off with his left hard left. Punctuating the air s- to no one's place in the grand scheme of things especially in a canoe. So i held down the bow with the seriousness of saka julia after all canoe king and i both understood we had something to prove at the end of the day. Our performance mislead no doubt that we still had it. Yep it the ability to keep up with our children who by the way had no heavy coolers in their canoes. The married couples took a confidently. Do i'm sure to experience from far too many similar excursions as college students. The newlyweds fearless to fresh from a cave too inexperienced in belize our youngest and her bff had youth on their side and then there was the marine in a stealthy kayak after successfully navigating the first set of strong currents though canoe king decided to serenade me the shards of sunlight dancing on the water like a disco ball. He gave me a blast from the past rock. The boat don't rock. The boat baby came his sweet tenor from the stern rock. The boat don't tip the boat over. I couldn't help myself. The music propelled us passed the packet rare times that i'm sure the hipsters were impressed. Or maybe not anyway. The day allowed us to test a behavioral economics theory. I read about that says canoe. Trips are a good indicator of a relationships health. They afford opportunities to shift blame for things that go wrong. Like paddling into branches and flipping on rapids. It's true gliding on a river at a speed of three miles per hour doesn't just lead you soak in sight. You simply can't see from a car it can also expose what's on the inside in a most surprising way so from our vantage point at fifth out of five crafts afloat. Two things became very obvious to canoe. King me i kids. These days have no appreciation for disco classics absolutely zilch and second. Our family appropriately and symbolically is no longer in the same boat. The leave and cleavers are paddling their own canoes and i think even soccer julia. If she were here would have to agree. They're managing quite nicely. I'm kim henderson tomorrow. The civilian climate core will tell you about the new team. Federal workers the president wants to deploy across the country and the side effects of kovic. What we're still learning about the disease now. Eighteen months into it that and more tomorrow. I'm nick and mary record the.

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"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

03:44 min | 5 months ago

"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Day and wondering where god wanted to use you for. His eternal purposes will world commentator. Kim henderson spent some time in a ditch. Thinking about that very question. So the man standing there behind the podium et sunday ago he tells us about good deeds being created to walk in them. I listen hard because my season of raising a brood of five is coming to a close. What do good deeds Look like now when days consumed with feeding a families bodies minds fevers and frenzies suddenly. Aren't i have time to think of such things. When i'm sitting in a ditch face to face with the bar and the reality that the car i'm driving stuck and good. It had been quite a day already not long after daylight. My husband and i tackled the impossible. Bathing two cats that feet was follow bar youngest succumbing to illness and the couch then. There were four loads of laundry. A printer that failed to perform. And now this a centrist sad slide into muddy oblivion. Did i mention our drive was in the shop and all the while it rained. Steady sitting still in a ditch. has its perks. Though you have the luxury of time to notice things like the rhythm of rain and wind chill wipers rules on your hands. Grass spikes in the dead of winter. And you have time to ponder this business of good deeds. What are good deeds anyway. Here's what they aren't good deeds. Aren't the boy scouts required. Do a good turn daily as fine a goal is that is the bible's good deeds aren't simply changing a tire or bring in a casserole. A pain someone's light bill but they could be. It's those things done as gospel demonstration. Those things done by someone with a heart that beats for christ truth is. I've had the privilege of interviewing some noteworthy a lady doing the dirty work of curbing human trafficking a pastor. Who's a mover and shaker. In the foster care community. A group that donates handknitted masterpieces by the boatload storm chasing volunteers with chainsaws who cleared the way. A woman who loves orphaned kids a christian educator who teaches medical students the ones who will be poking and prodding us all in the years to come whenever. I put my cup up to that kind of mouth. I get inspired but back to the ditch. I didn't have long to wait before i dad. And his trustees silverado came to my rescue. That's important because my day wasn't over supper needed. Starting the call on the couch needed attention. A castle of praying brothers and sisters needed me to make it to wednesday night church. I may not have my next season all figured out. But i guess what's needful now. Paul put it to the occasion. This way we are his workmanship created. In christ jesus for good works which god prepared beforehand that we should walk in them. For what good deeds were you created. Walk in them today. I'm kim henderson tomorrow. Ending the war in afghanistan president biden us at a hard deadline for bringing the last. Us troops home from that country. We will talk about the risks and the benefits and we will meet a man who found his calling in church but not in the way. You might expect that and more tomorrow. I'm nick eicher. And i'm mary record the world and everything in it comes to you from world radio. World's mission is biblically objective. Journalism that informs educates and inspires for everything. There is a season in a time for every matter under heaven. Go now in greece and peace.

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"kim henderson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:50 min | 7 months ago

"kim henderson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"This phase does not include Current volunteer's board members are owners administrators that don't provide in classrooms support. We expect about 4 40,400 Ohioans to fall into this category. Also funeral services. This group will include and bombers, morticians, funeral home directors, crematory operators and apprentices. We estimate that this to be about 3600. Individuals. The grand total of those individuals who are eligible. Were eligible under this expanded this one. See eyes, approximately 246,000 individuals. Also And let me just conclude that that will go into effect. Thursday. This will go into effect Thursday. So any of these individuals who have just named One C Will be eligible beginning Thursday morning. Also Thursday. March 4th. We will go to phase two. Phase. Two of our program will begin and will include those 60 years of age. And over 60 years of age and over, So we're lowering the eligibility of 60. Anybody above 60 is eligible. Ondo again. This will go into effect on Thursday. 93% of our deaths. Are those 60 and above 93% of our doubts, So the age numbers are just very, very critical. Two thirds of our hospitalizations have occurred with those 60 years of age and over. Before to making more announcements. Aziz, we move forward. We had stayed on 65 for almost a month. They're close to a month. Based upon all the facts that I talked about the additional vaccine coming in and the openings that we were seeing reservations. For vaccinations. We felt it was time to make this this expansion. Stage two has 695,000 individuals. Potentially eligible. So if you put the two together your C words slightly over 900,000 in the groups that were opening up today. E want to recognize all the volunteers out there? Uh, this morning as I was talking to the different health departments. Number of them just remarked at the amazing Volunteers who has taken to get this job of vaccination done. Both the medical personnel on nonmedical people have stepped up, donated their time to help their fellow citizens. We very, very grateful for everything that they're doing. Right, Let's go and look it some of the numbers quickly. Cases continue to Yeah, a lot less if they were a few weeks ago. Um Sadly, our desk just continue. 49 reporting this day. Hospitalizations 103. That's a little bit under the 21 Day rolling average. In our ICU admissions air right at what? The 21 Day averages. Eric, let's look at the next slide, please. This is all eight counties. Right? Oh Idiot counties, ranked by highest instance what you'll see down the bottom right hand corner. Is Maura the counties that Aaron White and those of the counties that are now below below the case number that the CDC considers high instance the rest of them are above high incidence. These counties or now or now below, So we're happy to see that Eric will look at the next one. Gaffer. Jefferson Morgan Athens Those air now our highest counties. Uh, About three times what the CDC says, is the high incidence again. These numbers they're coming down, but if you look at the top 20, these are still very, very high numbers is for a spread is concerned, Eric, Let's look at the next one. You'll see. Hospital admissions continued to generally go down, although if you look at the Number reported from yesterday's hospital census. You see that? That is actually up by 20. But the trend line general trend line. The general trend line has continued, as it is good going certainly going in the right direction, Eric Yeah. What? Today we have an announcement, um, in regard to Ohio Department, jobs and family services Director Kim Henderson. Kim was married recently. Congratulations, Kim. She and her husband or relocating to North Carolina this spring. In order to help create a smooth transition. She will remain in the director's role until next Monday. March 8th at that time, our current director of the Ministry of Services, Matt Damn shoulder, will move in as interim director of jobs and family services. Director, Henderson will become a senior adviser to him until her last day. On April 30th. We will begin a nationwide search for director Henderson's permanent replacement. Until that search is completed. Matt Damn Sugar will write steady leadership. A D A s match. Current assistant Director Matt What they will become interim director. Wreck. Your, uh, thank you very much for joining with us again. Congratulations on your on your marriage and your relocation, so Turn it over to you. Thank you. Thank you, Governor. No Odie. Jeff s will be in great hands under Director Damn, Schroeder's leadership. It's truly been an honor to serve on your cabinet, and I'm grateful to have been given the opportunity to lead such a talented and committed team at OD Jeff s. They're serving a record breaking three million Ohioans right now, and I'm so proud of their work. I'm also thankful for the partnership of the 150, plus local agencies that helped administer our workforce and health and human services programs. I'm deeply grateful for the encouragement and support of my husband, Eric, and my family and friends at home, my friends on Cabinet and on the governor and lieutenant governor's executive team. I'm headed to North Carolina in May, but Ohio will always be my home. Thank you. Director. Good luck to you. Thank you very much for your for your service. We're very, very, very grateful. Director. Work with May for a time when I was Attorney general, uh s so we appreciate we appreciate all your all your service and our very best wishes to you. Lieutenant governor..

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"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

03:09 min | 9 months ago

"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Blizzard dropped as much as twenty inches of snow in some areas. The record snowfall complicated efforts to distribute the kiruna virus vaccine and temporarily blocked access to regional hospitals. That's this week's wall tour reporting for world. I'm only zero. He carey in abuja. Nigeria voters went to the polls and suburban november light. Most of us did on their ballad. The people of dickinson texas had to vote for mayor. Thousands of voters then came back out to the polls last month for runoff election. Officials did a recount last week but in the end the race was decided by a ping pong ball. Both candidates collected exactly one thousand ten votes and according to texas law. A tie in a race for public office can be resolved by casting lots so a local show placed ping pong balls in blazin with the names of the candidates into black top and classic Someone then reached into the head drew a name and the winner was sean. Skipworth will be the next mayor of dickinson. He told. Ktar news on overwhelm. This has been such a long campaign has been an end to end like this arm. I'm just numb. Guess that's as good way vinnie to settle then election read. It's the world and everything in it Today is wednesday january thirteenth. Thank you for turning world radio to start your day. good morning. i'm ernie brown and mary right. Guard coming next on the world and everything in it a survivor story. Now this is a story that you may wanna come back to later. If you've got young children around this is a good time to hit pause. If that's the case for you yes always helpful to give a warning well. January is national slavery and human trafficking prevention moth senior correspondent kim henderson recently spent time with an abuse victim who is using her experience to help others fighting these crimes. It isn't easy to tell painful stories about ourselves and this is the first time this woman has done. So we've changed her name and her voice to protect her privacy. Something that'll catch your attention. And you'll go over there and say oh. I want that in her younger days. Sharon designed window displays at big casinos at fifty-six she now employs her skills at mall..

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"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

02:36 min | 9 months ago

"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"The yearning rest in this him seems all the more poignant this year there's a palpable longing for christ coming by many in the church but even in the face of a pandemic social and political unrest and economic uncertainty the him writer calls me to rejoice. Why because christ has come. He's paid my ransom. The debt that i couldn't pay he paid in full. He set me free from satan's tyranny and i'm no longer. His slave christ's light has crashed through the clouds of despair. And the dawning of his incarnation. Means darkness will never prevail so my longing is not to escape the hardships of twenty twenty but that in each and every day christ would come in new corners of this world in if that happens through blessing or through trials. I will rejoice because he manual has come. Well that paul you know. It's often within hardships that we learn the most valuable lessons i think. Well what about you lee jones. Well i started the holiday season being really sad about all the things. We couldn't do canoe trips to the nutcracker or the holiday symphony concert. We've really come to rely on those things as kind of markers for the season. No parties with friends. I mean that's what. Christmas is all about right No christmas program at school. I even pared back my decorating because it seemed a little pointless to all that effort without having anyone to share it with But then i realized that stripping away all the things. I thought i needed to celebrate. Christmas actually helped me focus on the only thing that matters for unto us a child is born. That's the whole point right. And how often have. I missed that in the business of normal year. So i'm grateful. For the twenty twenty grinch trappings. It's stole actually made it harder for me to worship god and celebrate his gift. The way i should so this year. My family is focused on spending time. Doing simple things and basking in the joy of christ's first coming as we look forward to his return the virus that stole christmas. But it can't steal. Christmas is exactly right. Well i think kim henderson has some thoughts on that too i do. I believe twenty twenty made us. Maybe that's why. I did a story this summer about songs. People would like at their funerals. Since then i've listened to to those picks in real time..

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"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

03:23 min | 11 months ago

"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Listener supported world radio. I'm mary reicher. And i'm nick. Eicher world commentator. Kim henderson now on framing up a marriage. Anyone who's been wed long enough. We'll tell you some days of marriage are happy. Some are hard for those landing on the hard side of the meter. Let me tell you what. I found at the mill town antique mall last thirsty. My quest for picture frames sturdy. Ones hemi digging through the dark and dusty on a back. I'll a spotted a possible. It was prop between a concrete yard fixture and a complete leather bound set of arabian nights. I moved in closer and finger the frame but what was this yellow document. Wow a marriage certificate from nineteen fourteen and not just any old marriage certificate. One more the of non glare glass double mats a frame gilded in gold. Evidently someone wants prized this record of henry. L. newman and lula mae barnes union. But there it was on sale for twelve ninety five price. Stickers told the tale this antique was at its second stop on the thrift market circuit maupin into henry and lulu like that had me wondering or kind of happy and hard to the years. Hold for them. Did uncle sam draft. Henry did lula mesa drive childbirth. Were they in aquilla. Priscilla like team or the anna nyas sephora variety. A few days later i tracked down their graves at rose hill cemetery it turns out the new. Mrs newman was just shy of fifteen. When she said her vows she kept them until she died of a heart attack. At sixty five then. I managed to get in touch with the newman's granddaughters. She filled in some of the blanks. The groom henry had a barber shop downtown beside the railroad tracks to accommodate hardworking farmers. He opened before five. Am six days a week. Lulu brought him a home cooked meal everyday around eleven. On sundays they took their five kids. To first baptist church. Henry managed to build a house during the depression is still standing on lamb where their descendants live today when he retired. Local newspaper celebrated him and a career built on twenty five cent haircuts. The newman's three boys and two girls grew up and married wisely to no divorces in their family tree the last layer of the immediate branch. A daughter-in-law died in august. The granddaughter i spoke with has no idea how big mama and big daddy's marriage certificate got discarded but her sister went post haste to retrieve it. The store owner didn't charge her. A dime seems the whole bunch of us agree that when it comes to frame. Masterpieces beauty is definitely in the eye of the beholder. Truth is when henry and lula mae started out. They probably couldn't have imagined a time when nearly half of all marriages don't make it. That's why the fading cursive of their eleven. by fourteen. Love story is strong encouragement. It can help you see bigger pictures and the perspective of india results. It can even be rocket fuel on a hard day of marriage. I'm kim henderson well. Tomorrow political analysts said that.

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"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"World radio I'm nick. And Mary Record. Next up world commentator Kim Henderson on what a photo can really capture. So I'm on the line with reservations when the REP throws it out there plain and clear the phone is squeezed between my neck, my ear and I'm trying to ride down the confirmation number hoping I don't hit the end button when I hear her say it again getaway weekend. Almost laugh at the thought as if you can ever really get away from cars that need new front end struts and laundry hampers that keep filling up and kids who forget to turn off the oven getaway weekend. I decided I rather like the idea of it the sound of it getaway weekend I latch onto it like a titanic survivor to a life raft, a month and three reservations. Later, we've gotten away to New Orleans last and the Mississippi is lit up and we're taking it in over snow crab and steak. There's a band playing outside and they're wearing toboggans not to be cool but because. It's cold I find it's rather easy to forget about front instructs in such a setting the kids not so much. That's because even while I'm pulling the precious white stuff from crab leg, I get a text from one. My husband does to getting away it seems may be elusive as elusive s fame will be for those toboggan wearing musicians trying to pull off Calypso in forty degree weather. But, my husband eventually decides there is more positive use for his phone. His snaps a photo of a smiling over entrees which leads to an important discussion. What exactly do you call a Selfie when an include your better? Half an Esi there should be a term for it especially, since selfie was named an Oxford Dictionary's word of the year a while back I swipe his phone screen for closer look and I'm struck by the changes I see in both of us. Perhaps, I'll call that reservations clerk and let her know that it's actually the days the years the take the real getaways. Looking over at my husband I realized the important changes can't be captured in Mega. pixels he's wearing decades of picking up milk from the grocery and kids from pre Ano- and pieces of our lives from occasional eruptions. I like how it looks on him. We decide after a few trolley rides that getaways are good were smiling holding hands planning the next time. I can almost forget about the stack of ironing waiting back home. But nothing put an end to a getaway like hauling luggage through your front door. I'm trashing travel brochures when our youngest ask about the dinner photo on Dad's phone she's more interested in that one that are six four view of Canal Street. Sweet. I hear her say. So that's what you call a couple shot. Sweet. Probably won't be the next word of the, but that's okay. I'll take the sweet shared over a selfie anytime. I'm Kim Henderson. Tomorrow immigration policies played a big role in the last presidential election, but not so much this time. We'll tell you why and we will crunch the numbers and find out whether it's possible for the vote this year to end in an electoral college tie spoiler alert it can that and more tomorrow I'm Nick Eicher. Mary record the world and everything in it comes to you from world. Radio World's mission is biblically objective journalism that informs educates and inspires fear God, and keep his commandments for this is the whole duty of man. Go now Ingram's grace and.

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"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Good Morning. The Supreme Court considers a year old battle between Google and Oracle over who owns what computer code that's ahead on legal docket. Today the Monday money beat the twenty twenty governmental fiscal year is in the books and red ink is on virtually every page. Plus the world history book today the start of the longest embargo in US history once the US had cancels ship quote. Cuba had to find another customer. I'm tend to the and world commentator Kim Henderson ponders how many people can be in a selfie. It's Monday October nineteenth. This is the world and everything in it from listener supported World Radio I'm Mary Records and I'm Nick Eicher Good Morning. Time now for the news, here's Kent Covington. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says a deal covid nineteen relief package is still possible, but it has to happen no later than tomorrow. Pelosi said she's optimistic but plenty of differences remain and she complained that the White House said it agreed with House. Democrats on the wording of some provisions. But in fact, the administration softened the language. She read one example in an interview with ABC this week contact facing will be paid for by the federal government as part of the seventy five billion dollars. Okay. We agree that but given state different each state shall establish a strategy that is appropriate to its circumstances CDC can. Provide guidance to the states on element can't..

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"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"The highest court in the land for a life appointment that would have such effect on people's lives makes no sense tumor said, a virtual hearing is virtually no hearing at all but Republican Senator Tim Scott of Florida said lawmakers can still ask the same questions whether it's in person or online you can go in person and social distance or you can do it virtually so. No it shouldn't slow down the Democrats. They just don't want to. They don't want amy conybeare it to to be confirmed I feel very comfortable that she's she has the votes she'll be confirmed the last week of October meantime the NFL's Tennessee titans are dealing with an outbreak of their own. Another player in another staff member have tested positive for the corona virus brings the titans. To twenty cases but the Associated Press reports that the rest of the NFL returned no new positives on Sunday. Deadly wildfires in California have now burned more than four million acres cal fire deputy chief. Jonathan. Cox said that total is entirely unprecedented. It's never happened before recorded history. The largest record we have before this from annual acreage burn was one point five million and the state hit the astonishing milestone Sunday with about two months left in the fire season. More than eighty, two, hundred wildfires burned since the start of the year in California scorching a combined area larger than Connecticut about seventeen thousand firefighters are still battling nearly two dozen major blazes throughout the state. But despite the grim milestone firefighters did welcome a bit of good news over the weekend, powerful winds at had been expected to dry flames in recent days did not materialize and warnings of extreme fire danger for hot dry and gusty weather expired Saturday morning as a layer of fog rolled in and clearer skies in some areas allowed large air tankers to drop retardant after being sidelined by smokey conditions. I'm CAT COVINGTON AND STRAIGHT AHEAD FELONY VOTING LAWS in Florida Loss Kim Henderson on Sofa hunting and new realities. This is the world. And everything in an. Hello. Well, it's Monday morning brand new workweek for the world and everything in it. Today is the fifth of October twenty twenty. Good morning to you I'm Nick Eicher and Mary Reichardt Well Nick. Here we are first Monday in October. You sound like a baseball fan opening day. Except you're a fan of the law, the first day of the new term of the US Supreme. Court well, exactly except this.

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"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Nick Eicher will baseball took its sweet time getting here. But finally we have it commentator Kim. Henderson is going to tell us now about some life lessons that she's learned from America's pastime. After months of social distancing delays, the Little League ballparks are reopening and I have a bit of advice for all you moms out there marking up your calendars with regular practice, batting practice and two games a week you know who you are. The truth is I learned a few things during my fifteen years on the bleachers. You Now occupy back when five. Henderson's were wearing jerseys and the trustee old suburban was pushing four hundred thousand on the odometer. Maybe it's worth a minute of your hard to by time I leave your cash home on game nights. No matter how well you feed your family giant pickles pixie sticks and Nachos made from orange stuff of a five gallon drum will be the big draw go figure. Another thing be sure to hold onto your flip flops. I once witnessed a mom stand on a bleacher threatened to do bodily harm to a catcher with her footwear Mama. Bear's the world is watching Gardner emotions and your testimony also learn to nod but no better the likelihood of your little slugger making it to the pros isn't too high. So keep things in perspective I can vividly remember standing on the sidelines while a fellow mom informed me that her shortstop would someday play for the Atlanta. Braves. I'm sorry to say her dream did not come true. And speaking fellow baseball MOMS, make an effort to get to know them. One season I sat next to the score keeper for my daughter's softball team. She smiled I smiled, we traded scores, the stuff of surface relationships I probably thought I was too busy to make a friend but that fall I read her obituary in the paper, she took her own life and I will always regret that I did not make the effort to really get to know her. While we're on the important stuff prepared to stand your ground there once was this family who would not do ball on Sundays their son was placed on a team that held practice on Sundays. So he didn't go to any. At the end of the season, he was the only player picked from that team for all stars. Draw your own conclusions especially, those of you on the fence about Sunday, stealing travel ball, and last here's one for you. Frugal MOMS I know how it is by the team photo already. When my kids look at them. Now they see faces a friends who have since tragically died in accidents and coaches who died from illnesses there a sobering reminder that life is a vapor and about way more than baseball keep that in mind little league Mama's as you treat those grass stains and load up those coolers know that this season of ball as well as this season of your life will be over before you know it better up. I'm Kim Henderson. Tomorrow, coins, we need them. It's not a shortage as much as we're just not spending the coins we do have. So businesses are having trouble making change. We'll tell you what they're doing about it, and we'll talk about what new regulations could be coming to Silicon Valley that and more tomorrow I'm nick and I'm Mary record the world and everything in it comes to you from world radio. World's mission is biblically objective journalism that informs. And Inspires, now may the Lord of peace himself give you peace at all times and every way go now in Greece and.

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"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Who was the most influential writer in shaping the English language, most experts would probably agree. It had to be William Shakespeare. Let good case might also be made for John Milton for the stunning innovations he introduced in paradise lost. Some might even argue you that Samuel. Johnson's name should be mentioned in the conversation because of his pioneering dictionary, but it may very well be that the single most influential English prose stylist was William Tyndall he was. Was a sixteenth century reformer and the father of the English Bible his translations of the Scriptures published between fifteen, twenty, six and fifteen, thirty four provided the basis for the King James Version comprising as much as ninety percent of that literary masterpiece as a consequence, tyndall was in fact one of the founders of the modern language indeed Shakespeare either quoted or appropriated Tindall's Biblical phrasings more than two thousand times in his acclaimed plays and Sonnets. tyndall bequeath so much of the eloquent phraseology, the picturesque imagery, and the familiar cadence that have made English so rhetorically lyrical in a knack for plane yet eloquent construction and God said let there be light, and there was light my brother's keeper, the Lord Bless the and keep the the Lord make his face shine upon the the salt of the earth, the powers that be a law unto themselves filthy Lucre all these proverbial expressions came from the pen of William Tyndall as biographer Melvyn. Bragg has asserted it would be hard to over praise the literary merits of what he had done. But. It wasn't just TINDALL's turns of phrases that made us work so remarkable. He often found that English simply did not have the vocabulary to capture the meaning of certain Greek or Hebrew terms, so he coined a large number of words words that have now become commonplace. Passover scapegoat, mercy seat, and show bred were all his creations. He took the vowels from the Hebrew word at deny, and the consonants from your way to create Jehovah and crafted the elegant word atonement from an awkward brew phrase that Wickliffe had translated as at oneness. Oneness or one meant his English rendering of English. Bible was not the first. The seventh century Monk Kadmon created a few paraphrase in the eighth century, the venerable be translated portions of the Vaal Gate. In the ninth century, King Alfred, translated a few selections and in the Fourteenth Century John wycliffe translated much of the Canon. But tyndall was the first to translate from Greek and Hebrew, and of course it was ten Tyndall, who gave Shakespeare Melton and Johnson the tools with which they were able to mind their own great literary works. I'm George Grant. It takes a lot of people who put this program together each week. Thanks so much to our team Joel Bills, Paul Butler Kid Covington Laura Edgehill MIC eicher Kristen. Flavin George Grant. Kim Henderson Anna Johannesen Lee Jones trillion.

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"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"To go do their job. Reporting for world I'm Laura. edgehill Well while professional team sports hoped to resume next month. Nascar are and the UFC have already returned and in a couple more weeks. You'll be able to add one more to the list. Competitors are currently training for July forth showdown they will push their bodies to the absolute limit. All eyes will be on a twelve time champion. He's heard here with an ESPN reporter after nearly setting a new world record last July. You came out of the gates at an incredible pace, but started to slow around the fifth minute. What slowed you down? I came out fast and then I. I slow down. my face. I tried to adjust. You need to try chew more. Make it easier on my throat to swallow but I was just slowing down. The was the heat or what? I don't know I've got an idea, though maybe he was just full. Of course. We're talking about Joey Chestnut here. He's the world champion hot dog eater, having just down seventy-one dogs in ten minutes at last year's Nathan's hot dog, eating contest the reigning women's Champ Miki Sudo will also defend her title. It's the world and everything in it. Today is Thursday June eighteenth. Thank you for turning to world radio to help. Start Your Day. Good Morning I'm nick. And I'm Megan Basham. Coming next on the world and everything in it civics one. Oh One. Many American students graduate without a basic knowledge of how our government works world reporter. Kim Henderson introduces us today to some people making a case for civics education. David Higgs at the bulk of his career, guiding college freshmen through required world history courses. BURRY! Wars to Pearl Harbor. History helped higgs engage young minds for three decades, but he's noticed a deficit or like to see more emphasis American history. We need more civics classes. He says academic instruction has been replaced with an inundation of media which seems to be always in a some type of harangue. Over politics, so it seems to be a turnoff to them, and we need to get them to understand. They are a part of that process, and to be prepared Hicks sees. Many students arrive at college with little understanding about how their government works. They lack the basics understandings of the constitution. Bill of, rights. The duties of a president of the United States duties vice president. The obligations. Of the Congress to the president. Of, the Supreme Court to the president it's Monday night, and a group of teenagers are gathered in a parking lot for some social interaction. Civics is the furthest thing from their minds named the three branches of the government. And anybody do that. Can. Legislative. Club. Republican. How old you have to be run for US president. Twenty. Does anybody know who the vice president of the United States. Mike Pence. This is secretary of state. National, Pelosi. A couple of seventeen year olds hanging out around the French fare little better the legislative branch. An. Executive Branch and the. Judicial. Range. We've been, out, of school for. A? They also got the age. You can run for president thirty five as well as some of the vice presidents responsibilities. Could they name any of the amendments that make up the bill of rights? Not off top of my head. Probably not..

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"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Of long ago world commentator. Kim Henderson says the knows knows the first time it happened. I was in Memphis and study carol on the second floor of the Rhodes College Library. Somebody walked by a caught a with light and floral with a citrus undertone. I was half a semester deep in my freshman year and nearly drowning in homesickness so I recognized it right away estee. Lauder is beautiful the center of my mother. That was more than thirty years ago. But the smell of that perfume still conjures up a host of memories for me with Mother's Day around the corner. I asked some friends. What sense they associate with their MOMS. I discovered the memory. Triggers weren't always the spitzer kind. You buy a bottle for Rene. It's cloves in vinegar. Her PICKLE MAKI. Mom was the practical type but one summer day. She walked away from her brining. Long enough to play chase with Blue Green Monster Fingers. Rene says she never grew to like sweet pickles but that memory of her mother's Fund side is precious to her friend. Gina grew up in Hawaii among all sorts of exotic smells. Funny how it's a regular old household product that can send her on a sentimental journey. Cheer her mom's favorite laundry detergent for Carleen. It's the smell of homemade bread. The stuff that has filled her up and kept her mom's special starter in the fridge for as long as she can remember markle and used to help her. Mom cut other peoples yards now. The smell of fresh cut grass reminds of what her mom taught her about the importance of doing good deeds even on a lawnmower. When I asked Theresa about ascent she provided a similarly moms smells like a pound cake came the swift reply. She makes one almost every day. The sick dying moving or birthing from here to wherever had one made with love by mother out in Arizona. My sister-in-law picked celine dion well her signature perfume. That is whenever she smells it. She can close your eyes and picture her mom on Sunday morning all dressed up in one of her beautiful scarves with a smile on her face waiting to go to church. So I found this synapse of sense runs the gamut from pine Sol to home perms and lavender Parker House rolls. The smell of fried green tomatoes a Rosemary Bush. Bath and body works. Coconut lime for being a lotion. But there's always someone who throws a curve and my survey was no different Pam. Couldn't go with just a single cent ono. It's a smell sound combo. That's tied to her memories. It's opera coming from all the Stereo speakers in their house. While her mother did a week's worth of cooking on Saturdays Opera while pot simmer on the stove top. Now that's a neat memory. But whatever sensory keepsakes we have to treasure. Let's thank God for them and our mothers this Sunday. I'm Kim Henderson tomorrow. Corona virus shutdowns or causing serious revenue shortfalls for states. We'll talk with a state senator from Kansas about how different political affiliations drive different approaches to the problem and world tour..

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"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"In the foster care system and some of them wind up in group homes. That is where rejoice Wilson fits in cheese steadying force at a cluster of residential homes known as the Baptist Children's village it's an agency of the Mississippi Baptist Convention World Radios. Kim Henderson brings us her story. It's a good day to be on a swing set on the Rambler rambler newell campus called Dickerson. Place Children aged two to twenty arrive here. One of two ways through child protection services or by the voluntary request request of a legal guardian most of experienced some type of abuse. Or they've witnessed it some have suffered from neglect like a five zero or six year. Roll trying to find a can opener to open something just to eat something of a baby in dirty diapers for a week or more with just just horrible rashes and things kids who have. STD's because they've been sexually abused campus. Director Joyce Wilson has seen a lot of the course of her thirty five year career. She says addictions are changing the heart of parenting. We do have some parents who love their children but the drugs I have taken over and they are not the same people. Kids have arrived needing breathing treatments. Parents are making manufacturing drugs folks which caused respiratory issues for the children living in the home. We kids that have seen much having a farm bureau. Tell you how to do a cocaine. Pipe I'm hiding from the cops in the bushes. Kids that have suffered much. Who who've been hit or beat with just about anything you can think of starvation lack of food? Sometimes that's because of drugs that parents are on a high or binge and they lose their children alone helping. These children is consuming work. It may account for Wilson Shock of white hair but her petite frame moves at a millennials. Pace for small office is a good one hundred yards away from the girls cottage. They're young artwork covers the door. A cutout Oh Valentine. A PENCIL DRAWING DALMATIANS inside tangible effects of Wilson's life's work line shelves and walls so this is a bulletin board. That actually doesn't hold all the pictures I've had through the years of in an unstable world. Wilson has been a sure thing for hundreds. It's of displaced children now. There was a young lady several years ago. Who came to us? When she was about thirteen she was able to finish high school? She was able to get at least a couple of years of college in. She talked about the fact that this was the most stable time in her life. That's because the teenager could concentrate on her schoolwork instead of trying to figure out how to feed her siblings. She also had time to consider what God wanted her to do with her life. Our lives only changed when our hearts change and our hearts only change when Jesus changes it and so the different perspective we have is that to move families in a direction and children direction to at least expose them to. What is that Christ did for them in the hope that he has he can heal our hearts if we'll let him listens role means? She's on the go today. She's popping in at the rink where residents are skating. The but it's not all fun. Wilson also describes herself as the heavy like when she had to decide.

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"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"kim henderson" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"A poem you've probably heard all things bright and beautiful all creatures great and small all things wise and wonderful the Lord. God made them all in eighteenth century. Irishwoman woman named Cecil Francis Alexander wrote those words later used any him. World Radio commentator. Kim Henderson knows just what she meant. I have a new skill to list on my resume farm center. At least that's what I've come to understand. I thought I was just doing chores for a friend while they vacationed occasioned but it turns out. Such arrangements are big business in some parts of the country. The role can also be called bar nanny or critter sitter. There are garden Gigs to our main farm sitting focus was Elsa a Gentle Jersey capable of filling two gallon jugs easy with the frothy white stuff. Milk in her involved tail swats grain and clean machine mostly though in involved early mornings as four thirty a M for five days straight. We staggered out of bed at that unfamiliar our and headed to the farm. When we arrived the teenager lit up the scene with her phone swiping for the list? It told does to gather this. Grab that start the hose. Unlock the gate. Things went according to schedule an elsa treated us like legit farm sitters every time. I think my boots helped having read. Roper is on your feet makes you feel invincible. I'll let milks court down there. Leather creases like something in a Tony. Llama add trampled knee-high grass in the paddock with no thought of snakes. A hardly listen to the coyote. Sounds coming from a patch of woods to the West when we finished milking gaines else's bag was soft deflated. Her stomach the first compartment at least was full of sweet feed and my husband was usually full of instructions. It's closed this cap that over here. Let's go we strain the fruit of our labours than we washed buckets and other integral parts of the home setting system in something thing called Dr Bronner's Lavender Casteel soap. The Hung Dr Hands as we moved onto feeding a dog and chickens and to portly pigs. Each day we loved home are prize dairy gold and watched it top out with an inch of cream. The teenager made butter and we shared our surplus with anyone game to try raw-milk by the end of our tenure. We were tired all agreed. We appreciate our milk more now later. The teenager had a cup of the grocery store variety the church. She said she couldn't help. But think of all the steps it took to get from a stall to a fellowship hall refrigerator. Seeing a new part of the day was nice to on no way home after our last milking we decided to chase the sunrise. On a piece of BLACKTOP. Off The interstate. We waited while a fiery orange. Glow peaked over a stand. The end of Pines three minutes later. It was a blazing sphere golden metallic off to my right. Some Black Angus heifers dotted a pasture pasture. The side of them that dropped by the sunrise made me think of Elsa and the one who owns the cattle on a thousand hills for world radio. I'm Cam Henderson tomorrow. President it's an trump's legal team continues to make its case against Impeachment University of Virginia professor. Kyle conduct joins us to talk about the latest on Washington Wednesday. Thank and World Tour and more tomorrow. I'm nick and married record the world and everything in it comes to you from radio. World's mission is Biblically biblically objective journalism that informs.

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