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Fresh "Lake" from All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:38 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh "Lake" from All Things Considered

"On this Tuesday afternoon I'm Jim beres It's a pleasure to have you along Taking a look at the roadways right now a wreck blocks the three right lanes in Marietta 9 75 northbound at the canton road connector with stop and go traffic from the south myriad of Parkway exit In the cad county it's a disabled vehicle blocking the shoulder and causing delays on I 25 northbound just before I 20 And in gwinnett county I reckon the left lane 85 southbound at Hamilton no road slowing things down this afternoon Finally an awkward watch out for a collision It's blocking the shoulder on I 75 northbound at ala tuna Lake bridge This report is sponsored by the Georgia lottery You can play tonight's Powerball game by playing in store or online at GA lottery dot com sitting in traffic in your dream car might make your commute a little easier The Georgia lottery A panel of Food and Drug Administration advisers voted on whether the agency should authorize Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for children Ages 5 to 11.

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Fresh update on "lake" discussed on Here and Now

Here and Now

00:44 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "lake" discussed on Here and Now

"More water to Lake Tahoe But I mean as far as making a dancing in the drought that remains to be seen I mean climatologists are saying we could be entering a third year of drought in Northern California And last week governor Gavin Newsom declared a statewide drought covering all of California's 58 counties He's urging people to reduce water use by 15% But I mean yeah I mean experts are saying this big it was a big storm but it's not going to end the drought And very quickly we see forecasts of more similar weather patterns potentially coming later this year is the area preparing for more Well I mean no not really We're preparing preparing as much as we can But this area is not used to this deluge of rain and some climatologists say this could be the norm with climate change or saying in a warming climate the atmosphere's capacity for holding water vapor increases So the threat of intense precipitation carried by atmospheric rivers that goes up to All right that Steve mainly anchor and reporter at cap radio in Sacramento Steve thanks for the time You're welcome Scott There's a little town in southern Colorado less than a mile from the New Mexico border called Branson You've probably never heard of it Only 57 people live there Yes 57 people So when the town's high school in one of the poor school districts in the state scored a half a $1 million football field It was a big deal Colorado public radio is Vic vela went there and has this story Well I'm a working a little bit It's a true foundation There's lots to do in Branson There's comedy shows theme parks and an Elvis impersonator Wait a second My bad I'm describing Branson Missouri not Branson Colorado What can you do there Zero gas stations It's in the boonies That's Gavin Sanchez He's one of just a few dozen students who attends the only school in Branson in this remote ranching town in Los animus county There's a church a post office some pharma equipment and that's about it Brody Doherty is a high school senior at Branson school There's more dogs in town than people and you get to know everybody's names and everybody's your grandma so it's one big family but I mean you get to love it You learn to love it Do you know everyone's dogs names Pretty much yes.

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Fresh "Lake" from Here and Now

Here and Now

00:50 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh "Lake" from Here and Now

"WBUR I'm Tonya Mosley in Los Angeles And I'm Scott Tong in Washington D.C. it's here now Northern California is drying out today after a record breaking rainfall on Sunday The downpour flooded streets caused power outages and triggered mudslides in areas scarred by reason wildfires It's due to what experts are calling an atmospheric river Let's check in now with Steve Milne anchor and reporter at cat public radio and Sacramento hi Steve Hi Scott So this storm came after a mammoth drought Sacramento had 212 straight days without rain before it hit What impact are you seeing from all this rain Well yeah just dealing with all this rain We're clearing out today we're drying out But yesterday there were crews working clearing the streets of flooding toppled trees branches clearing the gutters the power outages as you mentioned that most of the power is back on but earlier this morning PG&E said that around 12,000 Bay Area customers still had no power Now that's down from around 90,000 people in Northern California who had the power out during the brunt of the storm but and as you mentioned rock slides mudslides and the highways mountain highways I mean those have been cleared but yeah I'm just sort of getting used to it Wow Now this has the storm effectively put an end to the wildfire season and did it extinguish fires that had been burning Yeah it has an official say the wet weather reduces the chances of additional wildfires in this region that is seen another devastating year ablaze is one of the largest mega fires in state history the Dixie fire was declared 100% contained on Sunday Night during the brunt of the storm You might remember that fiber nearly a million acres in parts of 5 Northern California counties Right now I understand this is mostly a reign of vent as far as impacting the drought or going forward packing I guess snow for more water going going forward This has been more rain event Yeah Exactly I mean it did drop about two feet of snow in the mountains and it brought more water to Lake Tahoe But I mean as far as making a dancing in the drought that remains to be seen I mean climatologists are saying we could be entering a.

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NBC News Edits Audio to Smear Parents Standing Against Critical Race Theory

Mark Levin

01:22 min | Last week

NBC News Edits Audio to Smear Parents Standing Against Critical Race Theory

"But our friends at news busters NBC ignores loudon rapes smears parents supposed to critical race theory and edits audio The corrupt meeting in America And by the way of the networks of the networks NBC is the worst For months now NBC has been assailing the concerned parents of south Lake Texas Because they've been standing up to the tide of critical race theory being crammed down the throats of their children And yesterday despite new details in the already outrageous loudon county high school rape story NBC nightly news continued their assault on the community that has had enough of liberal propaganda They even deceptively edited audio to make it seem as though the parents were in support of the Holocaust Continuing their smears suggesting the town was made up of rabid racists Looking to drive minorities out of their community anchor Lester fairness is overrated holt Try to the town for being the center of a firestorm over diversity and inclusion efforts Now secretly recorded comments he said from a top administrator about books on the Holocaust are sparking no outrage That's right NBC wanted to claim the town was now either made up of Holocaust deniers or Nazi sympathizers

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A highlight from Rewilding Earth Podcast Episode 78: Iowa Rewilding and Big River Connectivity With Mark Edwards

Rewilding Earth

03:23 min | 2 weeks ago

A highlight from Rewilding Earth Podcast Episode 78: Iowa Rewilding and Big River Connectivity With Mark Edwards

"I'm still Just in the throes realizing how wild it is where i live and yet where i live is the most biologically altered state north america. We've converted roughly ninety eight percent of the state for ume needs farming mostly roads highways and cultural kind of things like that. And so. I feel like i've been really lucky. I have a numerous france that i still maintain visiting one. Those main couvert island and so for example. And so i get to go to these places still. But i really like teasing him in particular like wait. You left i with this front on it. We don't figure out here where we're gonna figure it out. I mean he wanted to go over. There was something left a lot of friends in that but it became clear to me. I go visit those places like going to wilderness areas. But really the wildness is about more my relationship to my place wherever i am and so i've really come to love. I will bear very deeply and lake. I love it a lot. Because of what's been done to in a very short amount of time and yet i see potential there that i don see other places and i think that's really how i got into the reviled and so here. I am with the re wilding nut connecting with the people. I know and so i met roger. Ross give for this process and we kind of formed a partnership and Ross is extremely important in my life at that time because he's very challenged to me. We both agreed on. We were following rewinding We at read most all the same odd. We read most all the same books in southern deep understanding the language of each other but we came from past history a whole different way as was a local agricultural a business And here's mine trying to work with all the different environmental organizations trying to learn every plant species all that kind of level and between the two of us. I challenge each other tremendously and that's I think would really Catchers be wild Wild ethic that we're trying to do. We're both trying to learn how to be wilder and what rewinding me. And it's changed me tremendously. I just keep reading and reading a read most of this stuff before. How do i apply that to my own thing about. I don't have to wilderness anymore. I used to go a lot and well supposed to grow up. I still love places. I still find that interesting. But i have never been a wilder place in one sense of the word than i am where i live now on. I and i'm surrounded by corn beans. Two thirds of the statements covered into animal species. It's absolutely frightening how that green curtain and what's frightening is how people look at it and see that as a agreeing healthy thing on the national level what was being addressed was wilderness series or what we have stuff that's left. Where can we

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Rewilding Earth Podcast Episode 78: Iowa Rewilding and Big River Connectivity With Mark Edwards - burst 01

Rewilding Earth

03:23 min | 2 weeks ago

Rewilding Earth Podcast Episode 78: Iowa Rewilding and Big River Connectivity With Mark Edwards - burst 01

"I'm still Just in the throes realizing how wild it is where i live and yet where i live is the most biologically altered state north america. We've converted roughly ninety eight percent of the state for ume needs farming mostly roads highways and cultural kind of things like that. And so. I feel like i've been really lucky. I have a numerous france that i still maintain visiting one. Those main couvert island and so for example. And so i get to go to these places still. But i really like teasing him in particular like wait. You left i with this front on it. We don't figure out here where we're gonna figure it out. I mean he wanted to go over. There was something left a lot of friends in that but it became clear to me. I go visit those places like going to wilderness areas. But really the wildness is about more my relationship to my place wherever i am and so i've really come to love. I will bear very deeply and lake. I love it a lot. Because of what's been done to in a very short amount of time and yet i see potential there that i don see other places and i think that's really how i got into the reviled and so here. I am with the re wilding nut connecting with the people. I know and so i met roger. Ross give for this process and we kind of formed a partnership and Ross is extremely important in my life at that time because he's very challenged to me. We both agreed on. We were following rewinding We at read most all the same odd. We read most all the same books in southern deep understanding the language of each other but we came from past history a whole different way as was a local agricultural a business And here's mine trying to work with all the different environmental organizations trying to learn every plant species all that kind of level and between the two of us. I challenge each other tremendously and that's I think would really Catchers be wild Wild ethic that we're trying to do. We're both trying to learn how to be wilder and what rewinding me. And it's changed me tremendously. I just keep reading and reading a read most of this stuff before. How do i apply that to my own thing about. I don't have to wilderness anymore. I used to go a lot and well supposed to grow up. I still love places. I still find that interesting. But i have never been a wilder place in one sense of the word than i am where i live now on. I and i'm surrounded by corn beans. Two thirds of the statements covered into animal species. It's absolutely frightening how that green curtain and what's frightening is how people look at it and see that as a agreeing healthy thing on the national level what was being addressed was wilderness series or what we have stuff that's left. Where can we

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Justice Department won't charge officer who shot Jacob Blake

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

Justice Department won't charge officer who shot Jacob Blake

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting federal authorities will not seek charges against a police officer in the Jacob bleak shooting the justice department has announced a no federal charges will be filed against a white Kenosha Wisconsin police officer who shot and paralyzed the black suspect Jacob lake last year the shooting triggered several nights of protests that included an Illinois man shooting three people killing two the justice department determined there wasn't enough evidence to prove officer Rustin Chesky used excessive force or violated Blake civil rights the federal findings mirrored a determination by the Kenosha county district attorney in January in August twenty twenty can OSHA officers responded to a call from a woman who said her boyfriend wasn't supposed to be at her home when officers arrived the woman told them Blake was trying to take her children and her S. U. V. Blake resisted as officers tried to take him into custody and was subsequently shot hi

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Ep4: Unboxing The Mystery Box Film Challenge

Scranton Talks

11:10 min | 2 weeks ago

Ep4: Unboxing The Mystery Box Film Challenge

"I can't really stressing enough. Anyone can participate in the mystery. Box film challenge you. Don't have to be in scranton wilkes-barre you don't have to be in northeast. Pennsylvania you can be anywhere in participate. We've made it so we've made it really streamlined. Like keeping announcing the items online. And that's because of the pandemic it's like okay if you wanna do a challenge during a pandemic how we're gonna do this like we don't want to give out physical boxes and it's really not that conducive if you want to grow it so announcing the items was the best way to do it and it's it's really easy to it's just like people just have to go find the items if they have them in their house or they had the borrow him or if you wanna buy 'em yourself that's that's a really good we do. We're on facebook on instagram. We'll have a facebook group so you could talk to people this where we usually put the list of the requirements items prompts on. There's usually a document i to facebook page on the facebook group in the video is always there when we announced but this is the first year that the mystery box film challenge is on film freeway. That was a decision that i made that phone. Freeways really the premier place to find film festivals film challenges and i wanted just to get more is on the challenge because last year had lake. We had i think twenty one sign ups and we got twelve films back so usually are ratio is lake. We get a lot of sign ups in usually we get about half of them to submit a film which was amazing during a pandemic all types of films different genres like first time filmmakers season professionals to it's it's everybody you can do it. You can totally participate in this challenge. It's so much fun. And it's just a great way to connect with people in network with filmmakers in your area and asking for help and we're always here he always email us if you need help or have any questions but yeah all our items in prompts and requirements and specifications are on our film freeway page. If you searched the mystery box challenge on film freeway and like i said before you have two months to make film they need to be wanna ten minutes in laying that includes your credit entitles. They can't go beyond ten minutes Ill should align with the pg thirteen rating. We don't allow our crm teen films. These are short films are not gonna be feature films. So it's pretty good for that. And then you have your technical specifications as well and we do the emission on phil freeway as well. We used to have people email us. They're finish phones but we're not doing that. Everything is going to be through film freeway We do have a submission fee this year all past years. The film challenge has been free but with Just doing the challenge. It's a lot of it's like. We want to do a lot. More marketing in the marketing costs money. And we want to give her filmmaker swag like shirts and stickers and It better prizes in that costs money so like we have a regular deadlines mission is five dollars and then we have a late deadline for this year. So regular deadline for this year's film challenges november tenth. You still have time You can do a filming day you can edit and day and do whatever and are late. Deadline is november thirtieth and that will be a ten dollar fee early We kind of Wanted to do the challenge between like late summer and fall on we try to pretty close to one the northeast. Pennsylvania film festival has a festival. The festival usually is in march But it's just a pain the butt film in the winter. that can't be done. It's just a pain in the butt to film in the winter so we had the challenge earlier this year so it was. We kicked it off on september first skinner complete in the end of november to give people that end of summer fall timeframe which is still pretty nice to film. It's actually unseasonably warm now. Still which is awesome northeast pennsylvania. So i hope everyone can participate in the film challenge. It's a really great challenge to be creative and to just get yourself out there and start making films it's a real catalyst for people on lake like this is like if you wanna skies the limit if you want to do any type of film you want and have all the requirements inc for the challenge. I wanted to participate in the challenge. One year i actually wrote my script. And i just couldn't get anyone to get enough pete. I couldn't get a crew and actors together to do it. But i was like i'm going to keep the script and i'm gonna keep working on it and i'm gonna eventually produce it so i wrote a script. Siro my script for the mystery box challenge. This call fallout. And so i kept working on it and working on the script editing. I had my colleagues rita the detailer with me at lunch. They gave me feedback. So i just kept the script that i wrote for the mystery box kept working working working at and i gave it to my friend bridget. She edited it for me. Give me feedback. I kept ending it in editing. It got to a point where i thought it was good. And i just didn't then the pandemic again the pandemic hits and i just haven't i have not produced the film yet but i do want to. It's not really conducive to film during the pandemic. Because it's all takes place in a basement so really. The premise of fallout is. There's a group of friends who are hunkering down for an impending nuclear attack. While one of their friends is outside could be dead could not be dead Who knows and they're really freaked out in steph happens in. I don't want to give too much away. But i decided to submit that script to a couple screenplay competitions recently on film freeway in. It's gotten right now. It's gotten six official selections for six different vessels which is pretty awesome Just to get it out there in get it recognized which is pretty cool and it's like all right. This is really something. So i really want to film this. But it's like don't have. It's a catalyst. The mystery box film challenges are really creative. way to really get into filmmaking. Answer really start making something i i mean. I find a lot of people even myself included you. Stop yourself sometimes. If you wanna make film you stop yourself. It's like even. I wanna participate this year. Even though i'm the organizer. I still want to participate in writing my scripts and like i know what i to ride. And it's like okay. Who am i gonna get. Who is like the crew and stuff like that and making it simple so we can get it done in a day and i can edit it on time and get it in. So it's it's in own if you don't end up if you write something you end up not making it to the deadline to keep your script and keep reworking it. I mean you know. They asked for help. Get your parents involved. If the if you need to be can't find anyone you know you don't need to have a professional camera you can. Have someone help you edit or you can try editing yourself. I mean it's just anyone can participate. So i hope you guys Take some time to go to our website. The mystery box film challenge go to our film freeway page. Take a look at the list of items and problems in specifications and requirements and see if he can get a film. We would love to see your film. And you'll get them will be the premier's gonna be at the northeast pennsylvania film festival. We don't know what they yet. Um that'll come close when it gets to march but I'm so glad you guys can join me to for the une boxing. The mystery box film challenge. And i hope you guys participate. If you have any questions you can email the mystery box. Film challenge mystery box any p. Mail dot com. The mystery box challenge is on facebook. Instagram follow us. And we're also on youtube where you can find pass emissions to get some inspiration They're really talented. People who cemented in any type of person. Like if you're just new to filmmaking you for professional like everyone's got some great stuff and it's on youtube for everyone to look at so thank you guys so much for joining us for our scranton talks podcasts. About the mystery box film challenge. To go and participate. There is still time. We're on the halfway point so so go on our phone. Freeway patients admit to our film challenge. It's gonna be awesome. I can't wait to see you guys. And i hope if you do submit You get to join us at the film festival for the premiere of the films in copa. Get to meet you. That'd be great and get to network with other filmmakers as well in scranton So the the film festival usually happens downtown. Scranton in pennsylvania so i hope you guys can participate. Thank you so much for joining us for grand talks podcast. Be sure to subscribe to our podcast to get all the latest episodes. We upload episodes once a month Be sure to check out our facebook instagram. like i said again and we do our scranton. Talks live on facebook and on electric city television. If your local once a month our next Interview is gonna be on october. Nineteenth live on our facebook page on the independent film creative hub. Electric television will be talking with bridget. Lamonica she's a local filmmaker from northeast pennsylvania. Who actually is living and working in atlanta now. So we'll be talking to her about her projects what she's been doing Like working in the film industry. She's fully in the film industry a freelance basis working atlanta. So we'll be talking with her on october nineteenth at seven fifteen pm so i hope you can join us for that and thank you once again for joining us on this episode of scranton talks Be sure to check out the independent film creative. A website at www dot com are creative dot com where you can check a directory of pete filmmakers. Who are on there if you need any help finding actors and crew. That's the place to go for the with. You're looking for your crew for your mystery. Buxom challenge in. It's free to sign up so you can make your own directory on there so go there and check it out. Thank you guys so much again. Be sure to tell all your friends about scranton talks. Podcasts can't wait to hear from you on the next episode.

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Pharmacies face 1st trial over role in opioid crisis

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 weeks ago

Pharmacies face 1st trial over role in opioid crisis

"In a bellwether federal trial starting Monday some big name chain pharmacies go to court for their first trial over what their role was in the opioid crisis from twenty twelve to twenty sixteen so many prescription painkillers were dispensed in Lake County Ohio the amount equal to two hundred and sixty five pills for every resident according to officials and in nearby trouble it was four hundred pills for every resident attorney say the overdose epidemic has cost each county at least a billion dollars they're suing CVS Walgreens giant eagle and Walmart who say they were merely filling prescriptions pharmacy chain rite aid settled with the counties the trial as part of a broader constellation of federal opioid lawsuits about three thousand and all that have been consolidated I'm Julie Walker

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US hits 700,000 COVID deaths just as cases begin to fall

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 weeks ago

US hits 700,000 COVID deaths just as cases begin to fall

"Signs of improvement amid a rising death toll from Kobe nineteen the US has reached a pandemic milestone more than seven hundred thousand deaths recorded nineteen death toll larger than the population of Boston it's news that's frustrating to public health leaders in medical professionals since vaccines have been available to eligible Americans for nearly six months but there's some good news the number of people hospitalized echo the nineteen has fallen down nationally to around seventy five thousand from over ninety three thousand in early September a new cases have dropped about a third over the past two and a half weeks Dr Caprio Neil with the lake regional Medical Center in baton Rouge said the rate of hospitalizations isn't decreasing as quickly as cases in the community because young people who catch the disease who are otherwise healthy you're living longer in the intensive care unit on ventilators the latest model from the university of Washington projects that new cases will bump up again in the fall and that about ninety thousand more Americans will die by January first I'm Jennifer king

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Michigan Lottery Winner Drowns With Ticket Still in His Wallet

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:04 min | 3 weeks ago

Michigan Lottery Winner Drowns With Ticket Still in His Wallet

"Story out of michigan gregory jarvis fifty seven years old. He won forty five thousand dollars in the lottery. That's a life changer. Too great story. He hit the jackpot at the blue water in he played the club. Keno add on game. The jack the owner don sqi told wjr t. flint. Very nice guy. He was here every day. He was super excited. Forty five grand but he wasn't able to immediately cash in is winning ticket because he didn't have the proper documentation he didn't have a social security card so he had to apply for a new one and he was waiting while waiting. He went out into the lake. He slipped and fell and hit his head and drowned with the lottery. Tickets still in his pocket a body. They found the body along the at a private beach. The small here on county city. A body washed ashore. It was him. The police chief said he died after drowning after striking his head. His boss said he was planning to take the money and go see his sister and his dad. In north carolina the winning ticket was retrieved from his body and handed over to his relatives now. So sad story to be sure. It's a sad story but it's a lifelong live your life enjoy your life. There are things more important than the arguments were having in the political battles were having. They are plenty but when you get frustrated when you get annoyed when you get anxious and depressed think about the tale of fifty seven year old. Greg

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4 share ‘Alternative Nobel’ for empowering communities

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 weeks ago

4 share ‘Alternative Nobel’ for empowering communities

"A number of activists along the alternative Nobel for empowering communities the right livelihood award known as the alternative Nobel has been awarded to three activists on an organization working across the globe to empower communities the winners include motto Wong do agenda and peace activist whose work to prevent sexual violence against girls since the nineteen nineties in the lake Chad area of Cameroon the Swedish right livelihood foundation which awards the prize says the twenty twenty one Lawrence proved that solidarity is key to a better future full I'm Charles de Ledesma

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After 5 years, Obamas break ground on Presidential Center

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

After 5 years, Obamas break ground on Presidential Center

"After five years of legal battles gentrification concerns at a federal review Barack and Michelle Obama broke ground on their legacy project in a lake front Chicago park the Obama presidential center is in a familiar place we were married here at our reception right down to south shore cultural center our daughters were born here right down the street at the hospital the former president says the southside has shaped him and the presidential center is a way of giving back we envision this is a place where residents and visitors from all over the world come together and restore the promise of the people's park Barack Obama says the center will be an exercise in nostalgia or looking back he wants to look forward neighbors complain it's raising home prices and taking away green space work is expected to be completed in about five years I bet Donahue

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2 Pilots Injured After a Military Aircraft Crashes in Lake Worth, Texas

Dave Ramsey

00:26 sec | Last month

2 Pilots Injured After a Military Aircraft Crashes in Lake Worth, Texas

Noted Restaurateur Buddy Foy Jr. Ditches New York for the Perks of Florida

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:00 min | Last month

Noted Restaurateur Buddy Foy Jr. Ditches New York for the Perks of Florida

"About the challenges that you're facing right now. Let's go back to the small. The the entrepreneur like you i mean you and i share a similar path. In terms of this we go back and forth between florida and new york. New york taxes chased me out. I mean they crushed me. And i thought i'm not doing this anymore. I love florida living. So i'm blessed to be able to to sort of live in both places. Most of the time in florida part time in new york. I know you had that similar journey. Let's talk about that path that you took a little bit like i did. The path is a little faster than i thought it would be. Cova expediate are florida. My wife and i we. We had an internet business in new jersey service in the fashion industry. Plus clients three hundred employees eccentric such a board meetings and eventually exited. That business ended up in lake. George boat-landing on lake. George start at the restaurant and frankly we wanted the ski. Snowmobile have some fun and as our kids started getting into the college age we said. Hey why don't we start doing part time in florida part time in florida. Which was my parents. Did the same thing they own a restaurant cates tiny garden right up the street from my restaurant new york and we like we kind of envy. My parents lifestyle where they spent three or four months a year in florida so cove cova we end up there for a couple months on the announced our plans and we fell in love with it and next thing you now we got shut down here in new york. So the governor of new york forced our hand where we were really nervous about our future restaurant owners and people who love employing people like we love giving jobs and when the santa's had a a press conference hey every jobs essential through. That's all i needed to hear. That's all and every detail of obsessive book. I think he will do the tv rate at me. You can open a restaurant in florida so we reached out to the community members. My brother happens to live in sarasota. He got involved in next. You know he was a partner with us at the at the anna maria island location. We found it we partners and in sixty days we had a business now if a business

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Buddy Foy Jr. Debuts New Radio Show to Protect Business Owners

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:49 min | Last month

Buddy Foy Jr. Debuts New Radio Show to Protect Business Owners

"While ago. I had a chance to talk to buddy foyt junior. How how little did i know. He was going to become a threat to my radio existence with his own radio show. He's now the radio host of the buddy foy junior show which is a really big deal. We're thrilled to welcome back. The owner of two restaurants. One in florida one in new york. The one in new york is legendary chateau on the lake lake george. Then there's one on the west coast of florida the chateau anna maria. But there's plans to expand this multi award winning entrepreneur is now a radio star host of the buddy junior show. Please don't take away. The mike gallagher show slot buddy. Don't get that good mike. I i got a long way ahead of me. Even get close to that my friend. You've got a nice set up though. I love that you're doing this. This is really cool. We're gonna talk about the show in just a minute. It airs saturdays ten. Am on the answer in sarasota on m. nine thirty and fm ninety three point seven fm then in new york on the answer. Am nine seventy. Everyone can listen online. Live and on the podcast buddy. Tell us all about your new show. Listen the new show is really who knew the politics and business would collide the way. It is right so had to put my hat ring. What's going on and how the government is now involved in our businesses. We need a voice. And i unfortunately during this whole kobe thing we were able to get a ton of a pr and the emails and phone calls my customers come in and we serve over forty. Five fifty thousand customers are a summer. Well they're just saying listen. Get out there more. We want to hear more about what's going on in your world. 'cause we had no idea how hard it was abuna small entrepreneur in today's environment. So we're going to cover that gas on talk about it but the collision of politics and business which frankly i never thought would be at the pinnacle that it's outright. It's incredible the way these they've intersected. I'm spending a lot of time with my friends. The job creators network next thursday event in tampa With governor rhonda santa's with larry elder alfredo ortiz. I'm going to be on stage. We're going to be at the how the grand hyatt and tampa bay People can get tickets at the answer. Tampa dot com. Because it's a. It's coming up thursday night. September the twenty third and buddy. We're focused like a laser on the way small business owners have been crushed by the biden administration. It's not getting any better. it's getting worse so h- you know. How do we fight back. We need voices like yours. We need buddy for junior all over the country. And and i'm thrilled about about this broadcast because i mean you. You cannot overstate how small business owners are hurting. Right now buddy and it doesn't feel like this administration is doing a pardon. my language. A damn thing to help

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Indie Musician's New Album Reckons With Extreme Weather

Climate Connections

01:11 min | Last month

Indie Musician's New Album Reckons With Extreme Weather

"Floods devastated areas of the midwest in twenty nineteen. That's summer musician. Ella williams also known as squirrel flower was on tour. I remember driving on a highway through missouri and there was such immense flooding that the flat farmland just looked like a lake. The image doc wither and as the effects of climate change worsen. She says she's not alone. Feeling overwhelmed by the power of water and her new album planet. I lands channels. The things -iety. She creates lyrical images of floods and storms to explore broader themes of fear and helplessness and she wrestles with how to face problems in life that feel out of her individual control not scared.

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Yes, We're Calling It Hispanic Heritage Month

Minority Korner

02:09 min | Last month

Yes, We're Calling It Hispanic Heritage Month

"So it is it's hispanic heritage month. I do have questions because and as we were going to define some of these terms in this corner. I want to talk about because words are important and it's interesting i don't know like is so let starting there. It's hispanic heritage month instead of latin x heritage month. Should it be being rebranded because look. Let's look at the term hispanic latin next like hispanic has it's been defying is pretty much folks from countries that speak spanish. This glued brazilians would and it was kind of a term that was really just designed during the census and spanish lakes being spaniards are actually not hispanic islamic actually so fun fact in the nineteen sixties mexicans and battery kenya's got together and advocated to be on the census imagine not even being on the census so the advocated and they came up with the term hispanic. Oh spongebob lantis. Yes but then. In the nineties being latino became thing and so now the us senate and this is fact. I listened to the director from the pew research center phone. Don't love looking at you know. These are all off the side. I love that were in person right now. Recognize lipstick and put on makeup for head. Because she look you get to be handed me in the night in the nineties. Let the nose became a term and so now the census just use it. Interchangeably So and then there's also this one spot on there and it's like but there's also like those like non white hispanic sucks at really sucks. I know that that's making the research all kinds of ways because it means that. Oh yeah i think. Essentially that article that means. Most latinos are now marking that. They're white and all of a sudden like ten years ago. There were latinos who identified as people of color. And now there's this gigantic drop and we see latinos identifying as white

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Climate Change Presents Challenges for Watershed Managers

Climate Cast

01:48 min | Last month

Climate Change Presents Challenges for Watershed Managers

"I'm standing here with tiffany shuffler. She's the project and land manager for the mini ha ha creek watershed district. Hi tiffany paul. Thanks for having me. So tell us where we're standing today. We are standing at what we call the divide of our upper watershed in lower watershed. So were standing at the on. Top of the grays bay dam which is where lake minnetonka ends to the east and then we are at the headwaters of miniature creek so given climate change in minnesota and in your watershed which basically includes a lot of the western and southwestern twin cities what new challenges does climate change present for watershed management. Here you know as water managers were tasked with trying to Reduce flooding and reduce pollution. And that's what you're tasked with what you're giving is how much rainfall from the sky. And also you're given a landscape that developed over a century ago so a lot of these homes were developed during the dust bowl when it was the dryness of times. And now we're coming out of the wettest of times so now there's this conflict with you know homes infrastructure of Whether it's surface water groundwater flooding happening and people you know being like. I understand climate change but my basements flooding or my front yard flooding. Who's going to do something about it. What kind of extreme lake and creek flow levels have you observed in the past decade or two on the lake and the creek. You know two thousand thirteen two thousand nineteen where the wettest seven years on record so wet in fact that we had an extra year's worth of rain squeezed in there but then there's also been these drastic swings to dry and we've had them very close together so for example twenty twelve was really dry year. Last time we in in real drought and then twenty fourteen. Just two years later. We had record flooding.

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Tropical Storm Nicholas slows, dumps rain along Gulf Coast

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Tropical Storm Nicholas slows, dumps rain along Gulf Coast

"Tropical storm Nicholas brought a lot of rain to the coast in southeastern Texas and southwestern Louisiana in Galveston and Houston in Texas they got a lot of rain mayor Sylvester Turner in Houston says it could have been worse the largest amount on the city of Houston so can I needed a break it was a different story in Louisiana we expect certain amount of activity weather wise this was just a little over the top hurricane ida had destroyed one of Stephen voices buildings and damaged the main plant of his seafood business Nicholas is adding to the damage many people all the way from New Orleans to here have this for more damage they're not gonna recover quickly or easily the mayor of Lake Charles Louisiana says anytime there's even a hint of a weather event approaching people get scared I'm a Donahue

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A 20-Year Megadrought Threatens Hydropower in the West

Environment: NPR

02:09 min | Last month

A 20-Year Megadrought Threatens Hydropower in the West

"A twenty year. Mega drought in the west is threatening hydropower. For millions of people so the federal government is taking emergency action it sending water from other reservoirs to lake powell to help. Keep the power turbines. They're spinning. here's michael. Elizabeth sack is from colorado public radio at elk creek marina. People wait in line to back their trailers into the water to pull their boats out. And some like walter. Slut cough are frustrated. Resumes legua up and down many times. But we're not happy with it this year. Of course because we're all getting kicked out early and we pay for slips for the season. Blue mesa is colorado's largest reservoir. It's already less than thirty percent full. And now it's being forced to sacrifice more water to send to lake powell eric. Logan is head of operations at elk. Creek marina he had to shut down six weeks early because of the low water levels. It's a big hit for us for sure. There's a bunch of employees. That doctor would be employed into october and suddenly they're out looking for employment in middle of august. The deepening drought in the west has dealt a double blow to blue mesa this summer with climate change there's less snowpack and warmer temperatures increase. Evaporation so less water is making it into the colorado river and reservoirs like blue mesa and now the federal government is taking water from this lake into other reservoirs. If we were full it wouldn't be that big deal but since we're already so low and we're barely hanging on by our fingertips on trying to stay open. You take eight feet of water and suddenly we got shut the doors and move everything out to deeper water and there's nothing we can do about it. Lake powell on the utah. Arizona border hit its lowest level on record earlier this summer. Logan worries the reservoir will need even more water from blue mesa. If the drought doesn't improve the question is are they going to release whatever we get. That would become a very big problem for everyone around here. Blue may sat and the other reservoirs were built in the nineteen sixties for times of drought. It's a bank of water that the states can tap when they need. It says john macleod. A water lawyer in colorado. The water always goes to lake. Powell and this release is part of the plan. And it's using the reservoirs for one of their intended purposes

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"lake" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

05:41 min | 6 months ago

"lake" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"So today is our official star of global outreach month. those of you that around carter lake for a long time. You know every week or every year. We've had a global outreach week. Oftentimes in the fall this past fall. We did kind of a global hour each sunday and this year. We're going to try doing an emphasis for the entire month of may on global outreach. So next week will begin a new teaching series. That will start next sunday and also kind of just be throughout the month spending some time looking at and finding ways for us to be encouraged by and hopefully re to be thinking about the lost in our world you see. The stage has already been changed. We've got flags here representing many of the countries that we already have partnerships with and that we support various ministries throughout. There's some lamps here behind me. Which helped represent the theme for this month. Which is hope rising sea the banner over to my right and throughout the month. We'll see more and more lights kind of added to the display as we grow in this series together so i hope first of all you do your very best to try to come out every single week. We have some great things planned for our sunday services and then also some things throughout the week. But we'd really like to encourage you to participate as fully as you possibly can over the course of this next month all right but today because today is today. We're going to wrap up our series things. Jesus never said how many of you have enjoyed this so far. It's been good. As i had mentioned several weeks ago when we started this i had given a of our congregation about sixteen or seventeen different ideas for things that jesus never said and we let them vote and essentially construct this message series and the top four things we looked at and are looking at and they were pretty overwhelmingly the most popular today. The thing we're going to look at the jesus never said jesus never said these words. You'll not find as you read through the gospels. These coming out of the mouth of jesus and those are the words follow your.

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"lake" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

03:17 min | 7 months ago

"lake" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"Jesus. He told them a parable said look victory and all the trees as soon as they come out and leave. You know you see for yourselves and you know that the summer is already near so also when you see these things taking place you know that the kingdom of god is near truly i say to you. This generation will not pass away until all has taken place having an earth will pass away but my words will not pass away. there are few scriptures. That are more confusing or difficult to understand. Is this one. Like what exactly is jesus talking about. He's describing all of these events. Like i talked about in the beginning. Sometimes in prophecy. We're looking at events that are right around the corner and events that are centuries off and they sometimes all blend together now listen. I know that there's some of you out there. You're gonna wanna email me and tell me about how you have figured out exactly how this all plays out. You're.

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"lake" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

04:09 min | 7 months ago

"lake" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"When somebody's doing something that we don't like when somebody's doing something that we perceive as As hurtful either to themselves or to others like our tendency is to immediately. Go to anger. And i want to ask you this morning. What is it that makes you weep again. Jesus he comes to. The city looks out on the city and he's just overcome with emotion is there. Is there anything that that causes you. As you observe what is going on in this world around us. That just doesn't spark simple anger or wrath in you but weeping like is there something for which you just feel this heavy burden this deep desire to see that what is going on is not right and you know it's not right and yes as as angry that might make you. It's just leaves me to week. I think and believe me if you know me at all you know like how guarded i am as i say this because i'm not prone to heavy heavy levels of emotion but i would say that we could all be challenged with the idea that we should be that we should weep more that we do. We do everything. We can't insulate ourselves from the pain of this world and from from embracing any of that pain for our selves and yet if feels like it's very characteristic for those who would follow jesus that they come to this place and have this experience where what is going on around us even those things that maybe don't directly affect us. Just they drive. It drives us to our knees. Like what is the jerusalem for us. What is the jerusalem for you. What does that that city that you observe and man it just you just find yourself with this burden. This desire in your hearts seized something different. From what is that's where jesus is jerusalem. Oh if you had known if only you had known what makes for peace and yet now it is hidden from your eyes. I want encourage you today. Just like open your heart to see things as god sees them and perhaps he will reveal something to you that will it will cause you to weep. I in the little bit. I troll facebook here and there i don't i don't see a lot of weeping. Most what is anger anger wrath like hatred from one side to the other and listen. There's enough sadness in this world to bring every single one of us to a place where we're just where we were weeping where we're whaling or the condition that describes so much of the human experience not only does i think the contrast of jesus weeping against the characterization of god that is largely about wrath and anger but there's also this interesting contrast between the weeping over the city that jesus does and the joy and the celebration that the people of the city are ultimately going to participate in right again. Get the picture. Jesus approaches the city morning. What is about to happen to them..

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"lake" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

03:58 min | 7 months ago

"lake" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"Good morning to you all. You may have a see if you'd like you can remain standing if you'd like as well might be awkward but hey we're all about a here. Curtis lake church Those of you feel free to take a seat as well. Maybe you know the people at home are going to do whatever they want. Most of them are wearing clothes right now. So but thank you. Thank you for for for changing out of your pajamas into your regular clothes. So we're going to get right into it this morning up. How do you wanna do. You want to see jesus having a temper tantrum. Anybody know all right. Well then go. Home i mean that's that's what we're doing today now. This is like if you are. If you're making kind of a video series of the life of jesus like we've been talking about over the last couple of months now the about the life and the teaching. Jesus has told to us through the gospel of luke and today. We're gonna come to one of those occasions where like if you're watching this series if you're watching the movie this is the part that you really really like. There's been over the course of jesus's interaction with his people especially with the religious especially with the overly righteous there have been some cringe worthy moments. But today we're going to see. Jesus just lose it. It's gonna just lose it and there's something about this part of jesus. I think that makes him a little easier for us. Identify with right. I mean when jesus is healing the blind and raising the dead. It's like wow. That's that's those are great stories but have you ever flipped out before. Have you ever had just kind of things. Come to this place where you couldn't take it anymore and you acted out well. Jesus is going to do that today. So we'll get to that luke chapter nineteen if you have your bibles you can turn their. We'll have the versus up on the screen as well but what we're ultimately getting to is now. Jesus is a rival into jerusalem. He's making his final voyage into the city where he was ultimately going to be crucified. Right and so as we near easter we tend to kind of look at the story of jesus and the week of passion that he had in the city of jerusalem prior to his crucifixion. And there's this moment where jesus enters into the city that we have labeled the triumphal entry which of course has always been an interesting sort of title for that because of the way in which jesus actually came into jerusalem was not all that triumphal he came in a pretty modest manner of course the crowds they gathered and they took palm branches and they waved and they celebrated and they they looked with joy to what jesus represented and what they thought what they perceive ultimately going to do within their city and within their country but there was no real triumph. Yet at this point right in certainly the triumph the ultimate triumph jesus was wholly misunderstood by here In the gospel of luke. We get this little story. That doesn't show up in any of the other gospel accounts. And so we're going to look at that and then immediately followed by jesus going into the temple and throwing over the tables and the money changers driving out. Those were who were involved in commerce within within the house of god right but prior to that as jesus is coming upon the the border of the city this is what it says in luke chapter nineteen starting in verse forty one when he drew near and saw the city. He wept.

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"lake" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

02:30 min | 7 months ago

"lake" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"Has made you well now. There are all kinds of angles that could approach the story with a oftentimes. If you hear. Such passage being preached on a big lesson. That comes out of this is the lesson of ingratitude right. And it's immediately obvious that there's a difference between this one man who after being healed by jesus returns to thank jesus and to thank god for that healing and the other nine who did presumably what jesus had told them to do which was to go and show themselves to the priests and in doing that. We could look at like. Are the reasons for why these nine didn't return to jesus like the one. Did the reality is. We don't know we don't know we can make all kinds of speculations about why one return and the other didn't we can make comparisons between the thankfulness and the gratitude of the one versus the nine. And i'm sure that we can immediately identify and understand that because we've experienced that we've experienced what it's like to do something nice for somebody and that person to either return gratitude and how that feels or worse not show gratitude and how that feels right so certainly there is the lesson of the importance of showing gratitude when somebody has done hugh a particular kindness but i think that this story is spoken of by luke and if you kinda read what's before it if you read what's after it seems a little out of place it's kind of just this weird to me sort of by itself. You know this. This jesus is kind of teaching on some strange things before this afterwards. He's going into the coming of the kingdom and ultimately the physical return of jesus and what that's going to look like when his kingdom comes in its full power but then sandwiched in between all this stuff. Is the story of jesus healing the ten lepers and i think we have to understand or at least appreciate a little bit the perspective that luke is coming from as he tells such stories now. Luke certainly like the other gospel. Writers doesn't tell us every single last thing about jesus.

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"lake" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

02:51 min | 8 months ago

"lake" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"Go ahead and take a seat. We are going to get right into it this morning if you have your bibles you can turn a luke chapter thirteen. If this is your first time at curtis lake first time in a long time we have been in the series where we're going through luke's description of the life ministry of jesus christ and so over the last now few months we've been making our way we're up to chapter thirteen. We still have several weeks to go. I hope you've enjoyed the journey. Those of you that have been.

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"lake" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

08:16 min | 8 months ago

"lake" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"It's pervasive in a couple of weeks. I'm going to have surgery on my face. I have been diagnosed with a skin cancer. And it's the quote unquote mind right. The good kind of skin cancer. The doctors described to me that this is the kind of skin cancer that doesn't have a tendency to spread it is in essence encapsulated within kind of the little seller. Tumor that it exists. And so what they'll do remedy is they will cut my face open and just dig it out and that's the end of it hopefully right for most for the most part. That's how you deal with this thing and that's fine. Maybe you get another one somewhere else but like in and of itself. Just its own little thing. That's very different from eight years ago. I was diagnosed with foam by and back then. What the doctors discovered was like a fist sized tumor in my chest and even in the diagnosis of that lymphoma. Some testing had to be done to find out. Just how bad is this right. And so as i'm in the hospital and their first biopsy they cut open my chest. They biopsy the tumor to find out. Exactly what it is. What kind of cancer are we dealing with. But then they did the most awful thing to me after after they had figured out what it was then they came in and did another procedure on me where they turn me over on my bed the pull my pants partway down and they ground into my buttocks with some kind of tool in order to extract bone marrow a bone marrow biopsy literally the most painful thing i've ever undergone in my life. You know why they did that. They did it because they wanted to know. Are we talking about lymphoma that exact essentially exists currently as this tumor or is it worse right. Is it in the mayor. Is it has. It has gotten into the lymph. Nodes right what they're trying to discern and hypocrisy. It's not like the skin cancer. It's not like the isolated tumor that they can go ahead and deal with her cut out. Or how however they're going to kind of deal it's pervasive it's pervasive like some cancers that people have experienced where the really bad news is. Hey this is kind of taken over your entire body. And that's what jesus says. Hypocrisy is like it's like yeast. And here's the problem with policy is that it's not it's not easily detectable it's not easily detectable when it comes to park in our lives like the policy that you and i are guilty of. It's really really hard for us to see our own hypocrisy. It's not like you look in the mirror most days and you can just see your life folk because again like we think hypocrisy has just being this outright like i don't do this and then i go and do that right. That's what we think of when it comes to hypocrisy hypocrisy is it's so much deeper and really broader than ira because it's far more has to do with what we have justified in our lives. That is wrong but that we are now unable to identify ourselves. And that's why. Jesus says the disciples pay attention to your selves. Like pay attention to yourself what we do is we pay attention to other people right. We pay a lot of attention to what other people are doing. Or how they're behaving or how they're talking or how they sound right or what they posted on facebook. What they said to me how they acted toward me. We have so much attention directed on what other people are doing. Our other people are acting. But jesus says pay attention to yourself. There's a little bit of m y o b in this matter of hypocrisy. See this levin the errors of the pharisees. He says pay attention that you don't fall into exactly the same trap that they themselves have fallen into crecy. It's not easily detectable. So sometimes we need a little bit of help right sometimes. We need that. Hey tak- good look in the mirror. Right that's what this kid is. Essentially saying to his dad and the commercially watched a few moments ago like dad. I get your incense that i have started doing this. And i'm not supposed to be doing this and i get why you're angry by hey favor for a second. Take a good look in the mirror. Because you're doing exactly the same thing. Hypocrisy is not easily detectable hypocrisy also and this is part of the challenge of is that it feeds on praise right. We started as we were looking at hypocrisy at talking about the idea that hypocrisy seeks to please others right to gain their favor or to keep the favor of a particular group and poxy find its food on this thing called praise on the approval of other people as we looked at the beginning of the story. Luke describes the scene for us. He said the crowds grew. He essentially gave us the idea that the crowd had come to be innumerable. He uses the word used for ten thousand people or just used. Generically of an innumerable number of people had begun to gather around. Jesus right that there was to some degree. A rapidly growing popularity. Four this figure. Jesus and his disciples so much so that now they were stepping over each other trampling on one another and jesus as he is there with his disciples. Viewing the expansive crowd understands that he has to warn he has to caution disciples against the temptation that there are naturally going to feel as they view the crowds that have come to see them and to hear from them. It would be tempting for jesus and his disciples to grow to like the crowd right into not only having received a favor of the crowd but then wanting to maintain the favor of that crowd that was what the jewish leaders had been guilty of so many times in their lives is this desire to have attributed to them the praises of other people the applause of men and women and jesus says beware or watch yourselves. Pay attention to yourself that you don't grow to love the crowd you see we. We find ourselves especially i feel like in these days in which we live having the temptation to align ourselves with the right crowd right the people that are in power the people that seem to hold the cards at any given time and we want to be aligned with the right people and sometimes we we actually kinda give up on. What we know is right for ourselves because we know that we have to align ourselves with what other people think and not only that but we have to show content right to the right degree for the people that the people in power don't like and we find ourselves instead of actually living out this thing called love instead of actually living out the kind of graciousness that jesus would have in our lives. We jump in with a group of people in a desire to earn and keep their favor..

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"lake" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

04:41 min | 9 months ago

"lake" Discussed on Curtis Lake

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"lake" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

04:30 min | 9 months ago

"lake" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"Really just how small and fragile they were compared with him again before he was big brother before he was yeah. Let's follow this guy. He's got some things going on here but it's like he was just some superhuman one word to be followed absolutely but one who deserved the abandonment of everything else. That's where they needed to be brought to you. That's where you and i need to be brought to as well. The jesus isn't one to be followed. Here's one for whom we absolutely and utterly abandoned everything else. That's what it means to follow him. Peter later on. After jesus died rose. Again and peter's he is fulfilling the great commission jesus had given to him into the rest of the apostles. Peter later wrote a couple of letters and in second peter chapter one versus sixteen through nineteen. This is what he says as he reflects back on the experience on the mountain. This is why he says he says for we were not making op clever stories when we told you about the powerful coming of our lord. Jesus christ peter is here trying to help his readers stand that there are certain promises that have been made regarding the return of jesus and the church as time waned on experience this tendency to forget or to disregard the promise that jesus was going to come again because they thought well if he were going to come again he would have done it.

Peter peter nineteen sixteen one word Jesus christ peter rose jesus couple of letters second one chapter one
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Curtis Lake

05:31 min | 9 months ago

"lake" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"Morning so good to have all of you. Who are here in the house today. Thank you to all of you. Who are joining us online as well. So good to have curtis lake worshiping together on another beautiful sunday morning. I feel responsible for the weather. I said something the other day about how easy it felt like this winter has been on us so far. So my apologies. this is. it's cold and it's called. how many of you are ready for an easy one. Anybody all right. Magnus of course yeah ready for an easy on. We're gonna talk about love today. Talk about love. What a wonderful topic of conversation right. Would you be surprised to know that as people who are following. Jesus there's a mandate for us to practice this thing called love and we're gonna talk about that. We're gonna use a story from the gospel luke's if you have your bibles you can turn to luke chapter ten. We're gonna read verses twenty five to thirty seven over the course of our time this morning. This is a story that many of you who have been reading the bible for some time. You've heard this story. A number of times The reality is if you've never actually cracked open the bible before ever in your life chances. Are you're familiar with the characters that we're talking about. They are essentially other than jesus unnamed. But they are people that we have used as examples in our society examples for how we are supposed to treat one another specifically how one human being is supposed to treat another human being when that person is in need of. You heard the term good samaritan before benn a good samaritan. Anybody wanna brag about it. Go ahead and post online relate to us the experience that you've had being a good samaritan have you ever. Have you ever been the recipient of somebody who a good samaritan like all of a sudden somebody that wasn't to you or or a part of your inner circle of of friendships and acquaintances. Somebody came to your rescue for something. Hopefully that's something you've experienced from time to time right. We use that term good samaritan the describe a person who's done something for another person when there was nothing really in it for them not only nothing in it for them but also probably were dissociated with the person that they were ultimately helping. Because that's really what happens in the context of the story is that one helps another to people who would have been thought of as mortal enemies of one another was in need. The other one came to his rescue. And so we're going to use this as a basis to talk about talk about love and what is a real expression i love. How many do you want to experience. Real love ever experienced fake love before sentiments. Write thoughts and prayers before when you were going through..

Jesus today Magnus thirty seven sunday morning jesus luke chapter ten curtis lake this morning one bible this winter five samaritan twenty
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07:32 min | 10 months ago

"lake" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"Embrace that forgiveness this morning i also want to speak to those of you may be the. Haven't you've never experienced africanness in fact you're not really even sure what exactly it is. That i'm talking about your. You're here today or listening online or at some later. Point down the road and this whole concept of forgiveness four into you. I hope that by the time we are done today. You will see the this thing called. God's forgiveness extends to every single person who wants it and it doesn't matter how we have a mask for ourselves all kinds of things for which need to be forgiven. It does not matter the depth of those offenses maybe the level of evilness that we might associate with any of those actions or behavior lifestyle or way about us. None of those things is exempt from or out of the reach of god's forgiveness so i want to speak to all of us today. Those have experienced. God's forgiveness how we should that respond even today Some of you that experience of god's forgiveness is something that's relatively new for you. Maybe it happened over the course of the last year. But there's others of you you have you experienced that thing called god's forgiveness twenty thirty forty fifty sixty years ago. I want to talk to you about how we respond to that forgiveness this morning new. Chapter seven verse. Thirty six through fifty. Let's read it together. One of the pharisees. Ask jesus to have dinner with him. And so jesus went to his home and sat down. To eat the pharisees were of course. This religiously elite group of people right. These were these were the the holiest the more serious about their religion. The most rigid in their lifestyle. They were all about doing the right thing. They were all about living righteously. They were all about being able to walk through the streets of their town and having absolutely nothing bad said about them and the way they conducted themselves. And so one of these guys. He invites jesus who is now. Travelling around from place to place speaking from synagogue to synagogue. He's invited into come into his home for a meal. And so jesus goes into this meal and he sits down and eats with this ferris. His name is simon well. When a certain immoral woman from that city heard that jesus was eating at simon's house she brought a beautiful alabaster jar filled with expensive perfume. Then she knelt behind him at his feet. Weeping her tears fell on his feet and she wipe them off with her hair and she kept kissing his feet and putting perfume on them. Well when the pharisee who had invited. Jesus sawed this. He said to himself if this man jesus if this man were truly a prophet he would know he would know. What kind of woman is touching him. She's a center so again to set the stage. Jesus has come into the home of this religious person. This person is very very serious about his relationship with god and while they're eating suddenly a woman presents herself at jesus's feet now. That probably sounds really strange to us. And that's for good reason because that's not how we have meals these days right if we if i were to invite you over to my home or you would invite me over to your home. We go to each other's house and close the door and sit at the table and we would eat well. In jesus's day it was customary for a banquet of sorts to be held especially on the sabbath following the religious service. That occurred at the synagogue. That's probably the context that we're talking about here and this pharisee is well known right. He's not he's not a person that is a small figure in his community. No he's he's a well known. Well respected probably leader within his community. He's invited jesus. Of course his famous just just blowing up all over the place and so when jesus comes into his home. I'm like how we would do at. The door is not closed. It was customary for other people who aren't particularly invited to the feast to come and observe taxi. Stand around and watch other. People eat and listen in on their conversation. I mean something to be expected. When you have a notable figure like jesus coming into the home of another individual a lot of the people that had come into simon's house. Where probably simon was largely okay with what was going on. But then there's this woman this woman that simon had a choice she certainly would not have been invited in fact. He was probably kind of disgusted. That she was even there under his roof in the first place while she comes up behind jesus and she starts sobbing at his feet. Just starts weeping. We don't know exactly what experience she may or may not have had with jesus whether there was some direct contact where she actually experienced. Jesus as forgiveness right where where there was some some point in which they had come together and jesus was able to communicate her directly the love of gaba. Apparently she has four herself experienced. God's love and forgiveness for for her a person who has been cast off by the rest of society. And how does she respond. What's she responds by following. Jesus is feet and weeping probably just unloading all that weight of emotion that comes alongside the kind of life that she's lived a life that is full of regrets and remorse. And i wish it weren't this way. And i wish i had done things differently and i wish i had had better opportunities and i wished that people didn't think about me the way they think about me. I wish that i was different somehow. Someway she's beginning to experience. Some of the difference that god makes in the life of a person even person that's very very far away from him and overwhelms her. She can't control herself. She response to the forgiveness of god. I weeping at the feet of jesus now we might think as we read the story this. This is about the pharisee. Simon making a bad judgment about another person right. I mean after all he looks at her and he certainly has some criticism for how she has conducted her affairs over the course of her lifetime but this is not about simon making a judgment on this woman because there was nothing to judge right. This was not about somebody trying to split between. You know a person's behavior and what are their intentions. We very often do today. This was not trying to figure out. Was she in the right way. She and the wrong. No there was. She was categorically considered to be an immoral person. A person who is as far away from.

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Curtis Lake

06:59 min | 10 months ago

"lake" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"New standard for you to follow all you have to give everything. So what actions can i take. What does this mean for me. What does this mean for you. What does this mean for us as church. What does this mean for people who want to continue to proclaim good news to the poor. How do we actually effectively proclaim good news to the poor. What does that look like well. It's very simple. Three things three suggestions on number one give from what you have is that easy give from what you have. some of. You are extremely generous. And i am so grateful for how god has brought you to this place in your life where you've been able to actually part with some of what is rightfully yours. You have recognized that you were just a steward of all that god has given to you and you've used what god has blessed you with to bless others. I want to encourage you keep doing it and grow in it. But then there's some stingy folks out there too. I think they're all online but some sometimes we're sometimes. We're we're stingy greedy right where where forgetful of is the need that exists out there and so we we forsake the idea of giving or we give in such a mazer early miserly level. Listen there's coming a day. You know this. Whole when god sets the world right when justice equity finally bound when god holds each of us accountable for what we did in this present life. I mean we're gonna we're gonna have to answer for we handled are stuff. That's just the reality. So gift from what. I have a couple of really easy ways for you to just jump into that. We started our benevolence offering campaign. Right christmas eve. That evidence offering is used to purchase food and supplies to make meals for our community for people who are hungry largely for everybody but it is largely centered on trying to provide some relief to those who are poor who can't adequately provide for themselves even the most basic some you hear benevolence offering. It's like he's just walk your years. You want to hear anything about it. I would encourage you give give generously toward help us to not only ensure that this ministry continues on in its present day but even grows so that it can actually make the difference lies more in the year. Twenty twenty one. Sharon shared a little last week. About just some of the impact that that's been making those are real stories real people that drive through this parking lot so whom we hand the simple gift of a meal for many it makes all the difference and it actually invites hopefully and ultimately an opportunity for the proclamation of the good news of god's grace and forgiveness to actually be hurt. We're not going to abandon. What is our obligation toward one. Another and replace it merely the proclamation of the word. it's not that we do one and not the other. It's that we need to have priorities in the right order. So give from what you have can give is to global outreach. Some of you doing that already. Thank you continue to do it and give even more for those of you that you don't even know what that is. Find out what it is. It is the way in which our church participates with ministries throughout the world that are providing tremendous amounts of relief relief to fatherless relief to the widow relief to the hungry relief to the oppress relief to the stranger. Give from what you have secondly serve where you can help serve where you can help I if you write a check for the benevolence offering thank you. That's wonderful right another one but even beyond that guess what there are hands and feet that are needed to actually make that ministry go on money alone doesn't get the job done. We need people to prepare the food. We need people to plate the meals. We need people to deliver and have a conversation with people receiving. We need people to clean up and wash dishes after all kinds of very very humble access service that each of us has called so serve where you can help. That's just a starting point right. The reality is that god by put into your heart. A real deep desire to see justice served in our world in some particular area. I have nothing to do with food. Community meals might not have anything to do with. Our church is presently in corporately involved in but it might be something else. Do serve where you can help them and finally share with whom you know and it is my desire for our church place that just regards a growth in our social activity and reform but we are a place that unashamedly unabashedly and withholding nothing back proclaims the good news in its entirety. The good news says you and i are lost. The crossover price got is provided his grace forgiveness and he welcomes poor and rich alike answering to this community of faith looking forward to his kingdom fully. Invite you to stand. We're gonna sing the song enclosing together this morning. I want as we sing the song for you to understand the words that come straight out of scripture to just be a dream a wish they desire. I believe god has over. Each of us speaks of blessing. But i want you to see not only as a pronouncement of blessing over your life but also the of those that god is going to bring into your life. Those baby that fall under the category of the poor the marginalized the forgotten and understand that. God's heart aches and breaks for people living in the situations of injustice inequality. And watch for you and i to become more and more awake and sensitive so that we can begin to move to make change in our world.

Sharon last week Each three suggestions each this morning Three things Twenty twenty one christmas eve secondly God one
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Curtis Lake

05:05 min | 10 months ago

"lake" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"There was for that entire crowd no matter where people found themselves no matter how good or how bad you would happen to rank the various individuals. The reality was for every single one of them. There was something they can do. Every single person had a. Well what should i do. Every single person had an answer to that question. And so i want to challenge you this morning with that question and leave you with that. Where in your life. Do you need a turnaround. Where in your life do. You need a turnaround. Write it down your communication card. So i could see it later..

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07:50 min | 10 months ago

"lake" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"God living in his forgiveness and in his will for our lives. Just get out of the tub and eventually you dry off right in the cares of this world start creeping in again and start taking over again so john says. Listen even beyond this experience here. This wonderful beautiful sorta spiritually romantic experience of embracing the forgiveness of and going under the water as an illustration of having your sins washed away from you. Listen guess what. Tomorrow's monday right and the stain of this world is going to come back into your life. You're going to walk on the dirty yucky muddy streets of life and your shoes are going to get thirty all over again so listen. This is what i need you to do. Prove by the way you live prove it you say i have repented of my sin and i have turned reoriented myself to god prove it. He says prove that repented of your sins and then he says don't just say to each other. Hey we're safe for. We are descendants of abraham. You see there was this tendency for people within the community of the family of god's it just simply feel like they were taken care of. They actually relied on their ancestral roots. They relied on their ethnic background as a means by which they were covered simply by having the bloodline of jewish ethnicity for many people that was satisfactory because they were the chosen. People of god. And john says hey. Don't be fooled. Don't be fooled into thinking that your mere affiliation with the people of god is somehow enough to protect you from the judgment that is to no. We're talking about something that has to be personal and intentional. If you're going to experience the forgiveness of god and so john is ultimately pointing to them to is fact that repentance is turning toward a better way repentance is not simply doing one eighty. It's not just a matter of you know. Hey i'm going to stop doing bad. Things repentance is not about coming to the place where you have. More satisfactorily followed the rules of what you're supposed to do and not do that is not what repentance is repentance is a reorientation it's less about not doing bad things and it is far far more about turning to a better way it is my embracing the idea that orienting myself toward god is a better way than orienting myself toward something else whether it's the world whether it's some sin whether it's a relationship whether it's the accumulation of things that this world has to offer me whether it's oriented toward my own personal success or fulfilling my own ambitions. John says i have a better way for your life to be oriented toward god. It is a better way. And then as i alluded to before john says even now the axe god's judgement is poised ready to sever the roots of the trees. Yes every tree that does not produce good fruit. We'll be chopped down and thrown into the fire. So now crazy john right. He as part of his message of wanting the people of god's embrace the forgiveness of god he points out very very stoic reminder. That is listen. Judgment is real and judgement is coming in fact. It is just on the horizon. How much do we in two thousand. Twenty is stalling. The virtue of god's love right god's love and god's acceptance and god's forgiveness and all of those things are really really really true about god but one of the things that we as a modern society have made. The decision to do is to put off this. Believe in or try to downplay god's judgment and you can't do that. You cannot reconcile what the entirety of god's word and specifically the new testament has to say about our relationship with god and feel like judgment is something that can just be removed. Like you know what. I don't like the sound of judgment and so i'm just gonna put over here and then then i don't have to worry about how i live my life now. John says prove prove that. You have repented and turn to god turn to this better way by the way in which you live because listen. Judgement is coming. And the ax is at the root and for every tree that doesn't produce good fruit down and thrown into the fire. And then luke records the response of the people and you know what for many of them. They had the right response to that message for many of us. Sometimes the idea of judgment starts getting thrown around and just block our ears. We block our hearts that we don't want to deal with that. We don't want to do anything about it. And so we try to dismiss it but many in the crowds that came to john with a real desire to see the move of god at work in their lives. They they had the right response. Luke records at this way. He says the crowds asked. What should we do. What should we do our john. You you give us this message. What what does that mean for us. What should we then do. That's an interesting way in which they pose this right. What should we do. How many of you like when we're talking about sin would love for us to talk about and really kinda general specific terms right and like kind of pile everybody together right and let's let's let's not talk about my sin personally. Let's talk about arson. We're all how many are not perfect. Everybody right that's an easy one isn't it. Charity is perfect. Apparently but everybody else not perfect. Okay and so. We very very comfortable for us to talk about the idea of being forgiven of sin in a very general sense. And that's how this whole story turns out right. They turn from their sin and turn toward god right. That is this association with with with turning our lives around and toward god but the big question is not. What should we do. What should i do what should i. That is a much more sobering for me to ask. I know what we should do. We as a family of curtis lake christian church like we should love god more and we should do more in our community and we should love our neighbors right. I mean i could. I could all day long. We could talk in very general terms what we should do. In fact if i just opened up the floor we passed around the microphone. You guys would all have some really great ideas about what we should do. But what if what if what if we were to take the microphone right. And what if you. What if the question. we're what should i do. How many of you would be.

John Luke john Twenty two thousand luke one jewish thirty abraham Tomorrow's monday curtis lake God christian church one eighty god
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04:30 min | 11 months ago

"lake" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"lake" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

06:30 min | 11 months ago

"lake" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"Because they're not ready and jesus says when they finally came time for the big event to take place the half that were already got to experience it they were ushered in and off. They went to enjoy the bliss and the wonder of what they had been waiting and preparing themselves for. But jesus describes the other half is having been foolish not having been prepared for that event as it arrived and now they're scrambling around trying to get oil for their lamps. Trying to trying to make up for all the loss time that they can no longer recapture and because of that they miss it. They miss out on. And then jesus goes onto. What has become a very familiar lesson. In story to us we read it throughout the various gospels. And you can't you can't sit in church for long without having here the three stewards three servants that the master gives each of them on an allotment to to manage and one of them goes out and earns for the allotment that he had been given the second does likewise but then the third is described as one who takes what has been entrusted to him and buries it in the ground. Hides it away. So that when his master returns he's able to reproduce it as it was not having lost or gained anything and in doing that. This third servant is described as wicked wicked for not having taken advantage of the opportunity that was afforded to him to do something with what happened in trusted to him. Unlike the other two. And then jesus begins. What has become what i consider to be. One of the very formative passages of scripture for us as a church. If you've been coming to curtis lake for any time you know that this is this is one of those passages that really sets up a foundation for how we exist how we understand ourselves how we make decisions how we operate as a as an organized group of people matthew twenty five versus thirty one through forty. Let's read it together. Jesus says but when the son of man comes in his glory and all the angels with him then he will sit upon his glorious throne all the nations will be gathered in his presence and he will separate the people as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats he would place the sheep at his right hand and the goats at his left and then the king will say to those on his right. Come you who are blessed by my father. Inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the creation of the world for. I was hungry and you fed me. I was thirsty and you gave me a drink. I was a stranger and you invited me into your home. I was naked and you gave me clothing. I was sick and you cared for me. I was in prison and you visited me than these righteous ones will reply lord. When did we ever see you hungry and feed you or thirsty and give you something to drink or stranger and show you aas pathology or naked and give you clothing. When did we ever see sick or in prison and visit you and the king will say i tell you the truth when you did it to one of the least of these. My brothers and sisters were doing it to me now again. If you've been a part of the fabric and framework of curtis lake for any period of time. We've heard this. We've it's been probably a long time since we featured a message years. I imagine but we allude to it from time to because it's such an integral part how we understand ourselves and the responsibilities that we have as the church many years ago. This sort served as a launching point for our global outreach initiatives for this rallying of those who would identify themselves as curtis lake church to say. Listen our lives have to be lived for far more than what we see immediately around us that we need to have a more global a more worldly understanding of what's going on out there to understand that so much has been entrusted to us not only christians but as american christians who have probably all that we need and much much much much more especially relative to the experience of countless millions and millions and millions of people throughout the world and so people started to get a hold of this and understand. Boy you know what i do. I my eyes need to. They need to remain open to to. What's out there to the experience of others around me. I need to recognize the suffering. That's happening maybe across the world but probably also across the street or at least down the road and in another neighborhood. That's not that far from mine. And we started to wrestle with us and understand this and make decisions Corporately but hopefully personally as well for how we were going to live our lives now. Jesus here in this passage scripture seems to me to kind of be describing this day of reckoning like this day of reckoning right he starts it out by talking about how this the son of man ascends to the throne he becomes these. He takes his place as king. And it's like it's like jesus is saying that way the way it is right now is different from how it's going to be. Jesus talked oftentimes about the coming glorification of the sun that he as he was currently living and ministering in this world having left the throne of heaven descended to take on the form of human flesh into live among us as a man right he he. He talks oftentimes about the future. Glory the future glorification of the sun. But that's and not yet come so right now. There's this movement that's taking place. But jesus says the kingdom of god is like this person who ascends the throne and when he finally takes his place and experiences the glory of what it means to have.

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Lake City Podacast

12:42 min | 2 years ago

"lake" Discussed on Lake City Podacast

"Hey everybody I'm deep Kurt with lakes reality and the broker record here in operating managers and I'm real sales representative year lacy really one of the things that we Wanted to do and we've wanted to do is when we created this business we want to think differently and thinking differently to me is having things like podcast having things like a TV show. and things like that but but now we put a little bit of work into some of the fun stuff that we want to do around podcasting and filming and thus we're on the Mike today Louis overcome subjects here where do you WanNa start on yeah I think one of the things just to introduce you guys to what we're going to be up to we want to be tapping on three three or so subject matters that are relevant whether getting questions from online or where we're getting question just from knowing what the marketplaces like right now and today we've got a few different choices head on so we want to kick off were were our goal is to this has been a big year for mobile offers there is very little on the market been saying this for basically all year especially the spraying Mario Super Hot but even now last week for offers and both were over Aston gets go above and beyond and quite a bit more than what they're expecting and these these are all if you WanNa get a house I remember doing like I sent an email last week to some of my clients and just kind of reflecting the seven-week stats and it was over forty eight sales twenty-five went in at least list brace for over which was just amazing number to be looking at basically what I feel is one of the marketplace in about stuff there's tons and tons and tons of buyers sitting on the sidelines now they're sitting in waiting they're waiting for that perfect ideal House that they see on HDTV to pop up and it comes out and it hits seventy check boxes over ten they're jumping on but if it doesn't if it's okay and doesn't have that extra bathroom did did it and sometimes you get those I don't know why it is but some clients are or the buyers are waiting a little bit too long making the it's it's interesting and where do you think do you think like we're almost had snow there this morning waited you're a little bit older paid for this house it might not be obeying because it's what the market predicts bite instill I was like a little bit more than what I liked you see you pay to this and at the end of the day like if you're going to be if you're paying for features that you're extremely happy to have in house go forward and tell you about stats bullet with icy this point from adores sense and the other thing that bothered me separated is just the reality of life appears we have about what is it twenty eight hundred sales a year we just don't have the volunteer Toronto's saying there's a certain awfully sellers it's other kinds plague earlier even though listening has been sitting on the market some people aren't willing to C._B._S. and until tomorrow guys.

Kurt lacy sales representative seven-week