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Fresh update on "sunday" discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

00:35 min | 37.9446699 sec ago

Fresh update on "sunday" discussed on Here & Now

"Or ethnically motivated, violent extremists. Militia violent extremists. The plan also calls for new spending at the Justice Department to hire more prosecutors, investigators and analysts. Spending fell last month, with the Commerce Department reporting retail sales were down 1.3%. NPR's David Gura has more Retail sales for May were lower than many economists expected. Though the number for April was revised up, a shift is underway. People in the United States are buying fewer things and spending more on services, including travel and hotels, as more people get vaccinated. The economy opens up other factors at play reflected in today's report. Supply chain disruptions have continued to make it difficult to get furniture and electronics. There's more demand for cars than there is supply. By now, Many people have spent their stimulus checks where they've used them to pay down debt or put them in savings. David Gura, NPR NEWS New York Wall Street is trading lower. At this hour, The Dow was down 167 points. That's nearly a half percent drop at 34,226. The NASDAQ is down about 6/10 of a percent, a drop of 86 points at 14,087. The S and P 500 is down 11 points. That's about 2/10 of a percent at 42 43. This is NPR. This is not a 0.9, WB, you armed? I'm Jack Lepi. Ours in Boston. The states offering new incentives to encourage people to get vaccinated against Covid 19 as it approaches its goal of getting 4.1 million people fully vaccinated. Governor Charlie Baker says people 18 and older who get a shot will be able to enter to win one of $51 million cash prizes. People 12 to 17 can win a scholarship. Today's the first day Massachusetts is not in a pandemic state of emergency in more than a year that expired just after midnight this morning, comes as state health data show the seven day averages of new cases and reported deaths are at new lows. They're now just under 85 new infections and four deaths reported daily. Works underway on Beacon Hill to extend some policies enacted in the pandemic that also expired with state of emergency as lawmakers are expected to vote today on a Senate measure that would allow remote public meetings to continue and would also allow restaurants to continue offering to go cocktails. Today marks a milestone in Worcester with the ongoing nurses strike at ST Vincent Hospital. WB Urs Fausto Menard explains. Nurses first walked off the job March 8th so today marks their 1/100 day on strike. The Massachusetts Nurses Association says it's one of the longest nurses strikes in the country in the past decade. If it continues until next Sunday, the M N a says it will become the second longest strike in state history. Nurses and hospital management are sparring over staffing levels. The union says additional nurses are needed to provide safer patient care. The hospitals owner, Dallas based tenant Healthcare calls the union staffing proposals unreasonable. 4 90.9.

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Activists Call for 21-Day Cease Fire to Kansas City Violence

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 17 hrs ago

Activists Call for 21-Day Cease Fire to Kansas City Violence

"Spiritual counseling and conflict resolution services are being offered around the clock in Kansas city Missouri with hopes of maintaining a three week ceasefire to end gun violence clergy and civil rights advocates are desperately seeking ways to stop the shootings in Kansas city Missouri there were sixty seven killings so far this year and a sixty eight occurred Sunday after the ceasefire had gone into effect Reverend Vernon Howard says they're hoping to intervene in situations where a shooting might take place like retaliation or because someone has snapped he says the larger goal is to get politicians to address systemic problems like joblessness and a lack of resources mediators counselors and clergy are working together during the twenty one days of peace offering twenty four seven ministry and prayer until midnight July third I'm Jackie Quinn

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Fresh update on "sunday" discussed on Steve Scaffidi

Steve Scaffidi

01:30 min | 42.9286773 sec ago

Fresh update on "sunday" discussed on Steve Scaffidi

"Sells for less stand. Lynch. Don't call it a comeback. Now It's the best of 33 Pointer. Bang, Go! Holidays Series is now a best of three as we're tied 22 bucks are back in Brooklyn with 11 Oh 1 70 degrees sunny and beautiful today a high of 76 from the WTMJ breaking news Center. I'm Eric Bill stand that's still an active situation. We still have, um, fire conditions that are are happening at this time day two of a large chemical plant fire in northern Illinois. This is south of Beloit. Fire crews say about a half million gallons of oil still burning. But the fire itself is contained to one section of the plant. The fire achieved their Kirk Wilson of the Rockin Fire Protection District. We've got five fire engines, five ladder trucks. Fire fire chiefs and also three ambulances that rotate after eight hours of time. That way, No one's getting exhausted and and things like that, and this fire has been burning since yesterday they will begin to really fight the fire as soon as they can ensure that runoff will not end up in the Rock River. Recent sweep of the air quality detected no content moments, but officials say the evacuation order for nearby residents is still in place at this time. Now that traffic is getting back to pre pandemic level and interesting yet curious statistic is emerging. That doesn't make much sense. For some, there were more deadly crashes during the pandemic than before. Even though there weren't as many cars on the road. We're not seeing the trends go in the direction that we would want them to go. Andrea Bill is with the Traffic operations Safety Laboratory at UW Madison, her team Did some research on why things have gotten so dire when people get inside their vehicles. They have this kind of sometimes false impression that it's just them. That's on that roadway versus how they're affect plays into everybody else. It will require a multifaceted approach to solve this from education and enforcement to engineering of the roads, all to get people to slow down double as ago. WTMJ NEWS. Former Wisconsin Badger football player and UW Athletics Hall of Famer is facing allegations that he sexually assaulted a young girl, The Duluth News. Tribune says. Tom Burke was arraigned Monday. Paper says the girl and Burke were known to each other. Burke was a defensive lines stand out. Also inducted into the U. W Hall of Fame last year. A new warning about Q and on. The FBI expressed concern to lawmakers that adherents of Cuban on could move from being digital soldiers into real world violence. Potential targets of such violence, the FBI said, could include Democrats, another perceived members of the Kamal The fear is Cuban on followers will disengage from the movement that exists mainly on social media and radicalized once long promised Cuban on linked events failed to materialize. The FBI has arrested 20 self identified Cuban on adherents who participated in the January 6th insurrection of the U. S. Capitol. Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS New York If you watch the Brewers game on TV on Sunday, you did it just like the skipper did. Craig Counsell missed Sunday's brewer game to attend his oldest son's high school graduation, But he was able to catch the last Couple of innings, like most of us do, standing over a grill. Yeah, we did grill out. The straightest thing was watching the last couple innings of the game with the family that's rarely. It has never happened that I watched the bird game with my family, So we enjoyed that and they enjoyed watching me watch the game. I think that was made for a good day's council is now back with the team they take on the Reds tonight and fan field coverage on our sister station. 94 5. ESPN starts at 6 35. Brianti WTMJ sport Sports Traffic and Weather. Next sighting Unlimited WTMJ news time 11 04. This report is sponsored by the Freighted Medical College of Wisconsin Health.

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Police: Vehicle Plows Into Minnesota Protesters, Killing 1

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 d ago

Police: Vehicle Plows Into Minnesota Protesters, Killing 1

"A woman is dead and another person injured after a car plowed into a group of protesters Sunday night in Minneapolis police say the incident occurred in the uptown neighborhood where a black man was fatally shot on June third during a robbery attempt the driver was pulled from the vehicle by protesters and was taken into police custody he went to a hospital for treatment but there's no word on his injuries a witness says the suspect was driving an SUV at a high rate of speed when he appeared to accelerate as he got closer to the demonstrators the driver's vehicle hit a parked car and that car then hit the protesters investigators say the use of drugs or alcohol by the driver may have been a factor on my campus

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Fresh "Sunday" from Big Boy's Neighborhood

Big Boy's Neighborhood

00:45 min | 1 min ago

Fresh "Sunday" from Big Boy's Neighborhood

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Spectators Injured by out-of-Control Vehicle at Texas Mud Race

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:15 sec | 1 d ago

Spectators Injured by out-of-Control Vehicle at Texas Mud Race

"Plowed into a crowded a mud racing event in Texas Sunday. El Paso County authorities say one of the vehicles left the track, breaking through a guard, rail hitting Spectators and three other vehicles. An investigation into how that vehicle left. The track is underway. Models are walking along the halted production line at a

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Fresh update on "sunday" discussed on Bloomberg Markets

Bloomberg Markets

00:46 min | 31 min ago

Fresh update on "sunday" discussed on Bloomberg Markets

"This time in a world of l team a fungicide five ft. Reign Supreme. Hey, remember less dramatic. Five fee. Just five. Ft. 5. Ft. Nope. 60 inches. Look, man, just say Bill Team a fungicide Let you treat corn as early as five ft. Nice ball team, a fungicide from BSF coming sooner to a field near you always read and follow. Label directions today tastes like a sunny day, like firing up the senses and cooling them down with an ice Cold Coke. It tastes like a flaming hot grill and backyard gangs Today tastes like a Sunday ritual, and it never tasted this good. Summer tastes better with Coca Cola. If you're loading up for a blowout barbecue this weekend, don't forget to pick up Coca Cola today. Broadcasting live from the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studio in New York. Bloomberg, Rio to Washington, D. C. Bloomberg 99. 12, Boston, Bloomberg one. Oh 61 to San Francisco Bloomberg 9 16 to the country, Sirius, XM 1 19 and around the Globe. Bloomberg Business Act and Bloomberg Radio. Com. This is Bloomberg markets. All right, we're going to talk to Deron Williams, the CEO of Southern Bank or on a $100 million commitment to minority Or and or underserved communities. Um, squares, investment as well. So a lot to talk about with The CEO right now, let's get over to John Tucker with your Bloomberg business. Flash 18 Alright Matt After yesterday's record clause for the NASDAQ, 100, the S and P 500 both are lower today. Head of the Federal Reserve Open Market Committee rate decision on Wednesday. Yield on the benchmark 10 year note right now, 1.5%. Retail sales fizzled last month, posting the first decline since February. Let's get more in this report from Bloomberg's Vinny Del Giudice. The impact of federal paint delegate for American family says fading May retail sales dropped 1.3%, reflecting weaker demand for autos, furniture and household electronics, but restaurant sales were up as the economy opened up. Clothing sales also rose, reflecting a pickup in social activity True dice Bloomberg radio and they recovery from the pandemic, triggering commodity shortages that's fueling inflation. Had sent wholesale prices up in May for a six month remote work fueled an unprecedented boom for vacation homes across the US If you're so lucky sales of the property soared 16% last year, that's nearly triple the game for all existing homes, which was 5.6% this, according to the National Association of Realtors. S and P 514 points lower. That's down 3/10 of a percent right now at 4241. But as that composite index 96 points lower, that's down 7/10 of a percent. At 14,078. The Dow Jones industrial Average 186 points lower down half a percent of 34,205. And we check the markets for you every 15 minutes during the trading day, right here on Bloomberg Radio. I'm John Tucker. That is your Bloomberg business. Flash. Paul. All right, John. Thank you so much. We appreciate that right now. I want to bring in Deron Williams. He's the CEO of Southern Bank Corp. Southern Bancorp. Is a for profit, mission driven community develop development financial institution. They are based in the Mississippi Delta. Darren Thanks so much for joining us here, um, love to start off with you just kind of giving us a 30,000 ft View of Southern Bancorp. Who are you guys? And just give us a sense of the type of business that you guys are pursuing. Sure, Paul personal. Thanks for having us on the Southern bank court. We are, as you said, a community development, financial institution or CDF. We're about two billion in assets. 52 locations spread out to the Arkansas makes the big Delta and one of the most persistently poor community of the United States are our communities are largely rules potential African American and low wealth communities. We are in place where Many banks.

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Israel's New Government Gets to Work After Netanyahu Ouster

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 d ago

Israel's New Government Gets to Work After Netanyahu Ouster

"Israelis have woken up to a new political landscape of the prime minister Naftali Bennett secured parliament's backing ousted longtime leader Benjamin Netanyahu the new government was sworn in late on Sunday and has started work with ministers announcing appointments of new ministry directors on the streets of Jerusalem there were varying reactions to the news of the new political alignment local resident Richard bell thinks Israelis will know if the arrangement is working or not in little more than three months we have to give them a chance yeah give them at least a hundred days of grace see which direction they're headed but it's on it's on Yahoo a slated to hold a hound of the meeting but without the formal ceremony that traditionally accompanies a change in government I'm Charles at that that's not

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Fresh "Sunday" from Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:34 sec | 38 min ago

Fresh "Sunday" from Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

"A new world of possible with innovative tools for small business and remote workers and learners. Explore what's new at your local staples store or staples. Connect dot com. We are looking at the possibility of some showers or even an isolated thunderstorm bubbling up by late morning and early afternoon, And so we do have a high of 68 degrees. Today, a mix of clouds and sun this morning, Wednesday and Thursday Sunny and 70 Friday Sunny and 75. We're on track for a little mini heatwave for the weekend, with highs both Saturday and Sunday around 80 degrees right now, in downtown Seattle. We have partly sunny skies looks like the clouds are building just a tad It's 58 degrees. NBC Entertainment News on last night's bachelorette Katie Thurston got a little closer, finding her soul mate with some help from the show's new co host Data. Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe, and I had a chance to ask them who they think should be the new permanent host of the franchise..

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Biden Administration to Hold Russia Accountable for Cyberattacks

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

01:07 min | 1 d ago

Biden Administration to Hold Russia Accountable for Cyberattacks

"Summit of the leaders of the world's most top Democratic economies wrapped up in the UK Sunday President Biden, speaking about the G seven's approach to dealing with the economic competition presented by China. As I've told, she's been playing myself. I'm not looking for conflict where we cooperate will cooperate. When we disagree on the state is frankly and we are going to respond to actions that are inconsistent and is now in Brussels for the NATO summit Monday it will then meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Switzerland Wednesday. This as the Biden administration is looking to hold Russia accountable for recent cyber attacks in the US, the issue of cyber security resurfaced at the G seven meeting of industrial nations. Here's what President Biden said about it. We've agreed they're going to work together to address cyber threats from state and non state actors like criminal ransomware networks. Russian President Vladimir Putin said his country would agree to hand over cyber criminals to the U. S. If America agreed to do the same with Russia, but many are Skeptical, pointing to Putin's denial of Russian links to recent ransomware attacks on JBs, the world's largest meat processing company, and colonial pipeline, which delivers the majority of fuel to the East Coast Foxes

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Massachusetts Reports 33 New COVID-19 Cases, No Additional Deaths

WBZ Overnight News

00:18 sec | 1 d ago

Massachusetts Reports 33 New COVID-19 Cases, No Additional Deaths

"Here's what's happening. The latest Covid numbers are out in Massachusetts, the Department of Public Health reporting 33 new cases and zero additional deaths on Sunday. This is the lowest daily case total since March. 2020 nearly 25,000 tests were done. 133 people are in the hospital overnight 48 of those patients

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Unexpected Bucks-Nets Drama

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:46 min | 1 d ago

Unexpected Bucks-Nets Drama

"Man. How much can change over the course of the weekend. I'll watch game three. And i thought that's gave it away. They're fine. that's about as dumb of game as they're gonna lose. They easily could have won nine different times. They played terribly. They still almost one. And i'm not sure what walkie has for answers. Go into game for the nets are up thirty. Four twenty five have all the momentum schimidt face commits a foul and middleton four point play and it opens the floodgates bucks go at a nineteen to to run. Kyri sprains his ankle during the run and the entire series shifts. And now kyrie is out. We have no idea when hardens coming back and you saw what the nets looked like as a one man team russillo. It's sunday the bucks. Flip this series. Yeah i mean they did because now we don't know about the kyri part but i'll tell you like just doesn't happen very often because i felt like milwaukee you look at him. You're like all right. I like him look all the size. Look at all this stuff. Those first two games are so bad in game three. Even though they want a bill. I felt worse about him. I go this say this has like. There's a version of this breakdown. Which i still will probably do. And perhaps regret because the bucks of winning the series of his just durant but there are fundamental problems that this team has Would jaanus being the initiator and so many things in middleton was for two games drew. Holiday can do anything. We're like three games. He was a little better. They shot it better and felt like once kyri went down it was forty four forty five forty two left in the second quarter at the nets just emotionally were like in shock. They were very flat for a long period of time. And then i think milwaukee actually kind of matched their lack of emotion but it was just. They had more options in other tucker was river under and they're very physical with

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G7 Summit: What Have the Leaders Agreed On?

Fox News Sunday

00:36 sec | 1 d ago

G7 Summit: What Have the Leaders Agreed On?

Macron Escalates 'Sausage Wars' After Saying Northern Ireland Is Not in UK

Coffee House Shots

01:41 min | 1 d ago

Macron Escalates 'Sausage Wars' After Saying Northern Ireland Is Not in UK

"Despite the good weather and the com- see at not always been harmonious g seven summit in corpus bay. A row has erupted between boris. Johnson and french president emmanuel macron who in a heated discussion about sausages and post brexit trading difficulties reportedly said that northern ireland was not part of the same country as the rest of the u. k. The foreign secretary spoke to andrew more about the incident. So far as you're aware we've spoken to prime minister. I'm sure did president. Matra franz describe northern ireland's being not a proper full part of the uk when you forgive me if i don't divulge the The detail of what was discussed behind closed doors. This and actually i would. I can tell you there. Is you figures here in carb's bay but frankly for months now and years have characterized the woman that under somehow separate country and that is wrong. It is a failure to understand the facts. It is a failure to appreciate what speaking around northern ireland in those times and approaching the issue of the northern ireland protocol in those terms does causes damage to businesses from both communities in northern ireland. Creates deep consternation. And we wouldn't talk about catalonia in barcelona in barcelona or corsica and france in those ways. What we want now is a flexible approach which looks at all of the provisions in the northern ireland protocol not just those that protect the eu but those that protect free flow between trade between great britain and ireland. The ball is in the us court. The pm was very clear about it. We're willing to be flexible and matic. They must come back with the reciprocal goodwill to make

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G-7 Leaders Confirm Vaccine Pledges, Pressure China

Weekend Edition Sunday

01:25 min | 1 d ago

G-7 Leaders Confirm Vaccine Pledges, Pressure China

2 Chicago Cops, Driver Injured in West Side Crash

Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

00:22 sec | 2 d ago

2 Chicago Cops, Driver Injured in West Side Crash

"Police officers are recovering after being involved in a crash on the West side early this morning. The driver that hit them also hospitalized this happening just before 3 30 in the 5100 block of West Madison. At least say they were responding to a call about a man with a gun when the vehicle was hit by another vehicle. No word on the condition of the driver.

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"sunday" Discussed on The Sunday Scaries Podcast

The Sunday Scaries Podcast

03:33 min | 2 d ago

"sunday" Discussed on The Sunday Scaries Podcast

"Bottles of water. But it's pretty empty. That pretty much sounds like what anyone's Refrigerator looks like when i imagine them in new york. I just feel like that classic new yorker refrigerator. Perfect for the world's yours. You go outside downstairs. You have everything. We've kind of talked about a few of these things. So i think i think your answer might be the ones that we talked about like crossword puzzles and things like that. But what are your coping mechanisms. What kind of things relax you yet. Candle fireplace crossword mindlessly scrolling through social media Which is a everyone does nowadays Working i love working out so that kind of gets me kind of gives me in a place that you know what i'm stressed. That's what i do. Oh yeah and what's on your bedside table probably wanted to candles you sent me because that's just what this is where immediately where they went Not much not much. I boxed acute makita jewelry in but that's about it. Hey minimalism zinn. So as long as there's just a sunday scares candle there. I'm good with it and the final question. What does your ideal. Sunday consists of Getting out of bed very late A little bit of breakfast and then having zero plans throughout that day absolutely done lounging around probably doing laundry. Which i which i despise. I'm good at putting it in changing it over and then it just usually sits in the dryer for a couple of days if it wasn't for having a highly motivated wife. I think that i would probably use my dryer as just my dresser. My dresser drawers all the time but i can't get away with that anymore. It's tough. I can appreciate it. We'll tim thank you so much for taking time out of your day to hop on the podcast. I hope this isn't the last time we hear from you over on this side of things anything you want to talk about going going forward for your media plans in the near future. This is just what you keep doing what you're doing because everyone's leading buzzing off in france. They they can't get enough of the means that means a lot. I'm glad you hopped on. It's been fun actually. I appreciate all right all right and just like that done awesome. Awesome it for having. Yeah dude. I really appreciate you you coming out and doing this. This is fun. i'm gonna be Watching you closely during these euros. Yeah for sure. Kick off tomorrow so We'll touch base a number. So let's let's do. Obviously you get new york. I don't know if you'll be out display awesome awesome. Could be my plan soon. You gotta get down here. You gotta come to an austin. Fc game or something. Yeah yeah my actually. My buddies a guy play with us. The coast josh wolff including arena disorder drug. Yeah so you have existed in the world to come down here. You need to make all right. Sounds good. i'll talk to appreciate rather yes if you liked what you heard. Today make sure subscribe review or tell a friend in need about this podcast by subscribing guarantee that each and every up saugus delivered directly to your phone every sunday morning you can also follow along on. Twitter at sunday scares and instagram. Which is at sunday dot series or you can follow me on twitter and instagram. It will freeze and remember always trim the wicks on your scented candles cenex sunday..

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"sunday" Discussed on The Sunday Scaries Podcast

The Sunday Scaries Podcast

07:21 min | 2 d ago

"sunday" Discussed on The Sunday Scaries Podcast

"If there's one thing that brings me a sense of calm it's routine my sundays normally all star pretty much. The exact same way. I wake up. Make a cup of coffee. I settle into the couch to do some work. And then i turned on that morning. Slate of english primarily games. Soccer been in my life for as long as i can remember from playing as a young kid into high school watching the us. Men's national team in the world cup supporting manchester united since nineteen ninety nine simply put the game and the culture surrounding it calms me in a way. That's difficult to really describe this past english premier league season. I spent more mornings than i can. Count with nbc and commentator. Tim howard on my television former everton and manchester united goalkeeper legendary. Us men's national team goalie and current minority owner and sporting director of memphis ninety one f. c. He's found his way into my routine throughout the years. And now he's found his way into the panic room. Ladies and gentlemen. Tim howard right tim. It's been a long time coming. Getting on this podcast. How you doing today. Also finally actual extra adding that. I'm super excited. This is a stroke. I listen every week so this is cool to be the first time i saw. You share one of the posts from the instagram page. I was like okay now. we're talking. I mean listen. That's what everyone's friends now because instagram extra world go round so not at school before we started recording. We were talking about. How you're you're up early every single morning. You're going what five o'clock eastern time when you're hopping on tv in the mornings. You're traveling all the time and one question. I have is time to do these crossword puzzles so thoroughly every single time. Well that's kind of my. My airplane goto is Is your podcast and like most of the time. i don't get to listen on a sunday. and then just not out across. I'll be honest with you. I've been a good rhythm lately. I probably a year before that two years. I haven't finished one a recent finished above. So maybe you need to upgrade from usa today to wall street journal. You've inspired me a little bit. I recently subscribed to a newspaper. And i've been doing their mini crossword trying to amp up my game. So i can start comparing to you a little bit. It's all about the train. It's tough when you're when you're flying. What's in your carry on bag. Let's what are your little remedies to make sure you're comfortable when you're going question it's like it's like clock work. I tote bag. Let's stick with me and the laptops in their four steps the word some semblance of a scarf. Because i'm sleeping all the time as well on planes and gets cold and then Lots of protein bars i get. I get bored when i travel. So i somehow find the earth's to get hungry. I know him not so keeps them keeps them healthy snacks in a bag and headphones usually pair of shoes an extra pair of shoes. That's probably a good a good mix of things. You don't have to go into hudson news and pay like thirteen dollars for one of the protein bars that they have in their no. It's always the case to something. I've enjoyed about About you lately and just all the time is that you enjoy dressing up a little bit and have retail therapy is definitely one of the running themes of this show when it comes to a cure in some of the anxiety that sunday bring. How did you get into fashion. What's your personal style. All about You know horse kinda love is fashion icons and you know. Look at lenny kravitz. And i just melt and i'm thinking how can how can one human being be so perfect and incredible style Lived in europe for thirteen years and so their style is so incredibly different than than americans and so You know once onsite once. I figured out what worked for me in terms of Stylistically sizing than i really got into. What are some brands that you've been looking at lately. I know it's a spring season. I'm having the worst time trying to find some shirts to wear out these days. What what have you been shopping lately. I heard you talk about you know i. I've categories right. So i was kind of casual as one or like hustle down the street. I'm usually in like rude or tiff. My kind of my go-to emily on door. Which is just knock it out of the box and so That's more casual every day. And then i'd be remiss if i didn't say why isn't cimarron. That's like my as old smith. That's that's every good piece. I have is why. It's so. I'm not saying that you have any mrs because i haven't seen any yet but is there anything that you've gotten over the last few years where you've put it on and ben like oh man that that might not have been the best outfit knocking. Mrs keep it simple now. We'll have missed. I remember about kobe. Denver denver's amazing place. It has my heart brilliant. But there's no justice up in denver. And i bought this jacket from wise. Ysl and it had all types of dancing. I can only wear it out and bought it. And i got to denver a little looked at my closet but there's not a place in the city of denver. That could possibly wear this too. So it's still closet and wear new york since i that's like that's my entire issue is that i always want to bring everything. I own whenever. I go to a new city and if that city does not have like the vibe of what i brought i'm like i have to have backup plans and so i always end up bringing something that's like super dress down for places like austin or denver and things like that and then i have to bring really nice stuff. It's just a double edged sword. Look for me. I i also follow the rule of johnny cash. Right like t shirt black jeans black boots and kind of like that can be seen as dressed. In upper justice down there was sort over the top of it and usually de catalyst a few years ago. I actually went to new york for work. And i actually went to the. I'm alien door store and thought to myself. You know every single person in new york right now is wearing a black t-shirt and it's time that i get my first black t. Shirt and a long time in ever since. It's pretty much my go-to outfit every single day. It's comfortable. It's sleek it's casual. It's pretty easy. You kind of touched on this a few minutes ago and you talked about The style influence when it came to living near it for so long and traveling around there I know that there are slight customs over there verses over here and i've only spent a very limited amount of time over there so i pretty much get all my england intel from just watching watching the shows that you're hosting Is there anything you miss about being over there a lot you know. I think. I think when when i play i was. They're thirteen years. And you're immersed in this incredible business and sport and lifestyle and culture but it's it's taxing it mentally physically taxing them so i don't think you get to really enjoy love london. I lived in manchester. I i come away from having been the london all the time and thank god. What an amazing city. But i was so immersing work for thirteen years at did i enjoy london. Of course i'd be lying if i didn't but i just made a lot of good friends over there. I missed the culture you know. The european cultures is so very different than here in america. And i. i'm. I'm a full blooded proud american but like love.

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Suns Spoil Nikola Jokic's MVP Party, Beat Nuggets 116-102

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 d ago

Suns Spoil Nikola Jokic's MVP Party, Beat Nuggets 116-102

"Phoenix asserted itself by pulling away in the fourth quarter from defenseless Denver to win one sixteen one oh two the sun's lead the series three games to none feasting on numerous drug locks Devin Booker led Phoenix with twenty eight we're still sticking with it was still a close out game Sunday they were looking for two so you know we we have our eyes on the prize we keeping on the sons went on an eighteen to six run to go up ninety six seventy six with ten seventeen left league MVP Nikola jokic had a triple double with twenty rebounds and ten assists but his game high thirty two points came on thirteen of twenty nine from the floor Bruce Morton Denver

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Nadal Knocked out in French Open Semi-Finals by Djokovic

The Mini-Break

01:58 min | 3 d ago

Nadal Knocked out in French Open Semi-Finals by Djokovic

"Unthinkable has happened rafael. Nidal knocked out in the semifinals of the twenty twenty. One french open novak djokovic delivering one of his finest performances. Add a grand slam in his career. Of course now. He's got the chance to capture his second grand slam title at the french open. Become one of only three men to accomplish that in men's tennis history. Of course he still has one match to win that match going to be against to. Ct paths who reaches her his first grand slam final of his career. Earning a five-set victory over alex sierra of a fantastic day of tennis in the books of course we still got two more to go here at the twenty twenty one french open as our women's singles final takes place tomorrow are men's singles final takes place on sunday joining me on today's podcast to recap all of today's action preview. The women's final also offer our initial thoughts on that men's final as well. You know him as our do everything. Here act cracked rackets. Forefather of the forehand slice the only undefeated high school tennis coach in missouri state history. It's james foster. Mcdonald's jamie seven hours of tennis in the books how you feel in my friend Not as tired as an adult but Pretty tired pretty tired knocking lady. I got up early. I was jazz. I was energized for the day. It did disappoint. it was good as good. No the quality of tennis from start to finish. Even if it was indulge in about twenty minutes really those first two games immediately put to shame the entire quality of this year of c t poss- match. And i will argue to the dying day that that's your fear of ct post-match much like this fear of t match was better than the consensus seems to be surrounding at but the quality of joke vich even though noodle hadn't played his best tennis. This felt like the first time we've seen novak joke which his absolute peak in quite a bit of time. Maybe even in this entire season

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Socialist College Professors Indoctrinate and Coddle Kids

The Dan Bongino Show

01:11 min | 3 d ago

Socialist College Professors Indoctrinate and Coddle Kids

"Now are coddled. They go to college. They were impressionable. They haven't lived in the real world where if you lived in the real world, you'd see your professor named Chad with his long hair spouting off about socialism, playing the guitar in the campus, small eating donkeys and you'd be like dinky Chad. This is the dumbest freaking idea I've ever heard. Can we say that? Sorry, if not just buzz me. Yeah, it's a I want to say something else, but the FCC would find us. It's the stupidest damn idea ever. I lived in the real world. Chad. I've been out playing baseball and having two jobs in some third. Team. You know what I got Friends of mine who didn't do squat. I had a paper route. When I was a kid I used to deliver news days is the statute of limitations open on the tax things Still not because I don't think I paid taxes on that job. I think I made like $100 in three years. But I'm just throwing that out to the IRS may come from me tomorrow, but some of my friends didn't work. They slept till nine o'clock in the morning. Sometimes 11 o'clock I was up at five, putting together the Sunday paper delivering Newsday's working for tips. Therefore, when I got to college, I kind of figured it out that Chaz or Chad, whoever it was teaching socialism, you know, sociology professor on the campus with his long hair singing love songs to students was probably a moron.

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Jerod Smith: Professional Grinder

Chasing Poker Greatness

03:53 min | 4 d ago

Jerod Smith: Professional Grinder

"I bring to you. Professional poker player coach. And podcast host jared smith jared. Welcome back to the podcast sir. Hi ben man. Good how about you. I've been doing very well keeping busy. I guess we'll start by. Ask him what have you been up to. Since last time we talked just fokker obviously been playing a lot more live. Actually more live cash than Navy since last time we talked. We were smack dab dab in the middle of the most extreme part of the pandemic so had been kinda locked down stuck in the house Pretty much just playing online tournaments Every day trying to make sunshine's can have that feeling where online poker is so good that everybody was gonna allow these recreational players that were home because of covid. We're gonna run out of money soon. And some of the sites are kind of bleeding dry in my opinion with some of the schedule in guarantees everything. So that's kind of where it was dan a since then everything in vegas. Everything's opened up a whole lot. More and ton of people been here lately so given it was on the strip last night and just on a monday night was just pretty much packed. You know kind of back the old vegas so to speak so You know it's been really good but it it just pretty much. Been playing a lot of live cash in occasional venetian venetian and win tournaments and such and then Just one us circuit ring online. Last sunday congrats man congrats. Why the live cash games streets and not the live tournament Live tournaments fairmount. Those kind of my that was kind of bread and butter. I mix between live tournaments and online tournaments for the most part. But i've actually been pretty down slaying online mostly. I wouldn't call it a big downswing in live tournaments. But i just hadn't really done too much since the since the i tournaments can i came back so in those can add up a lot quicker other just the the lower end binds are are higher than the barbarians. You know the higher end by that. I play online. Of course even like a four hundred live is like a low buying soft tournament. And i really don't play for a play much over to fifteen to twenty five or something on sunday itself had been kind of going on down swing so it's pretty hard to downswing in. Live one three into five cash people ages. They're like literally giving it away. I mean you you can do it. You can down so you can run. Bad variance will will get you. But it's it's you don't win when your win rate is is something absurd and i'm not even super i'm not even very good at cash. I would say. But i was still winning it some somewhere in the neighborhood of forty to fifty dollars an hour in a one three to five combines so it was an adjusted make sure keeps him steadying going to pay the bills and everything in this kind of play tournaments to trinh make more

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Campanology and the Art of Bell Ringing

Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

02:33 min | 5 d ago

Campanology and the Art of Bell Ringing

"My guest today is nikki. Carling who comes from ringing family. She has held various positions at tower districting. Guild level over the years has rung about. Eighty peels take part in local and national ringing competitions. But say's her focus in ringing has always been about having fun nikki's also therapist and we will discuss adviser ringers anxious about returning to ringing after the pandemic but i nikki. I just want to ask you. When did you start ringing. I was ten when i started. So i've been being for forty two years now. It was not something i wanted to do. It was insisted upon and much to my the minute. I took out a bell rope. I absolutely loved it. And i really didn't want to say yes. That's when i started at the age of ten in how long has bell ringing been in your family generation before me. My dad's gary mason and his older brother kings mason both us but that's where it started although i understand that i have a granddad who did ring a long time ago but it was way way before i was born on. You're bringing in the family because you do is ringing yet. She started again. She didn't want to do it. We tried to with it when she was what would shape it about ten as well. She was just to smoke and then he said i'm not doing it. I never wanted to and she came along to everything that we went to and made so many friends said well you might as well start now. Say she did. She is doing absolutely brilliantly. she's she's gonna leave me way behind before the pandemic obviously people aren't ringing at the moment but before the pandemic can you describe what you doing ringing wise ringing cindy service. Who knew that. Sunday mornings could be so useful without ringing in them. It's amazing what you can fit in isn't it. I say yes. Seventy seven going regularly to practice night and we were involved with the last district so busy doing that. The less to gold has a lot of initiatives on. They run saturday morning. What they call progressing ring us. So it's sort of playing bob. Plane hunt type workshops that they run monthly so we were doing some of those guild meetings all sorts of things like that so we were quite involved is e and i. We should talk about where you ring as well. You ring the cathedral to cathedral. Yeah that's where i started. And and i'm still then our i've never got very far. So yeah that's always been my tower and san four bands and reduce bands and skillful bands. And not cisco for bans and all sorts of things in that time.

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What's on the Agenda for Biden's First Foreign Trip in Office

Seattle's Morning News

01:33 min | 6 d ago

What's on the Agenda for Biden's First Foreign Trip in Office

"The president's first international trip since taking office, hoping to show the world the U. S is different with him in charge. President Biden's schedule includes meetings with allies from the G Seven Nations visit with Queen Elizabeth and have face to face meeting with Russian President Putin, CBS News correspondent We, Zhejiang has more from the White House. His press secretary says that President Biden has been preparing for 50 years for this trip, and in many ways he has first is the chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and then as vice president, But Now it is his turn to set the agenda. The president will kick off his trip by meeting with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday before attending the G seven summit in Cornwall, England. It will be the first time the leaders of the world's largest economies will meet face to face since the pandemic began. Mr Biden has stressed he wants to renew America's commitment to allies after his predecessor sparred openly with them. His goal to rally the world's democracies on issues like the pandemic climate change and countering China. He and the first lady will then visit Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle on Sunday before heading to Brussels for the NATO summit. The agenda there is expected to include defense spending, cybersecurity and Russian aggression. Mr Biden will cap off the trip Wednesday with his first in person meeting with Putin since becoming president. His advisors say that is not about delivering deals, but Rather setting boundaries with Russia on everything from those cyber attacks we've been seeing to its nuclear program. We did

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Wet Notes - 6-6-21

Scuba Shack Radio

07:23 min | Last week

Wet Notes - 6-6-21

"This is wet notes. Scuba shack radio's news and information update for sunday. June sixth two thousand and twenty. One first up. I like give you a quick update from stewart. Coves dive bahamas stewart. Coves has moved to new location. In coral harbour. Coral harbour used to be home of dive dive dive in nassau scuba center. Both are now gone. Stewart just moved to this new property in the last month and he has bought and he has big plans for the place right now. The main building is under significant renovation. So he has constructed some temporary structures to accommodate divers while things progress. I had a nice chat with stuart on his plans to build out the facility. And make it a great place to do your diving. When in nassau we are really looking forward to seeing how everything evolves move when we get back there next year. Good luck. Stewart as you begin this new phase. I'm sure you will make it a world class diving operation in the may two thousand and twenty one edition of the divers alert network. Safety stop newsletter. They introduced the return of the dan tags. So what are they will. The dan tags are small round crafted aluminum tag. That can easily attach to your. Bcd you tag will be laser engraved with important emergency information. That will help in the event that something happens. The dan tag will include your name date of birth. Your dan membership number any specific medical information. You'd like to disclose like allergies or other medical conditions plus contact. They're pretty attractive. Bright red and are easy to order from the dan website. The cost of the dan tag is twenty dollars. Check them out at divers alert network dot org and go to their online store in personalized. Your tag a couple years ago magazine. Podcast did a series on ballast and it was hosted by allen. Kelsey well ellen is back with a new five part series called the sound aquatic the ocean and the antra pause the first episode debuted on may twenty fifth and will run each week through june twenty-first. This series is about the sound scrapes that scientists are recording the surprising ways that animals talking. Listen and how the cove nineteen pandemic triggered a quietness in the ocean that is renewing commitments to lower ocean noise. The podcasts are quick moving and entertaining. You can find them at hawkeye magazine dot com or on any of your favorite podcast apps. Oh and if you wanna know what andro pause means. The term refers to a global reduction in modern human activity and it was coined by researchers in june. Two thousand twenty article in nature ecology and evolution. Guess she learn something new every day now. Here's some discouraging news out of grand cayman and it doesn't have to do with the covid nineteen pandemic but rather about another disease outbreak among coral the stony coral disease or sc td. According to an article in the came encompass an isolated area containing disease was spotted at life off a smith cove. And that's along the south west coast and that's not good. The came in department of environment also reported infected sites amal along grand cayman's east coast the now suspects that divers and boat operators be spreading it although scientists are still not exactly sure how stony coral tissue disease spreads. If you look at the outbreak map you get the feeling that it could be divers or boat. Operators there are new disinfecting guidelines for local divers. Not sure how these will translate to us when the caymans open back up again as if we didn't have enough to contend with with covid nineteen now it stony coral tissue disease and our dive gear every day. Now we're learning about more destinations for diving opening up around the world. One of these locations is bon air. There was an article on dive. News wire from the bon air tourism department. That indicated that. Us flights will resume. On june fifth and the country is launching an island-wide health initiative american and delta will be resuming their wednesday and saturday flights from miami and atlanta. Unlike the bahamas of it appears that you'll still need an antigen or pcr tests even if you are vaccinated before entry and of course for returning to the united states. It sounds like you might be able to get these tests at the airport or at three other facilities on the island so even though bonaire will open. Be sure you're properly prepared. Hopefully in the near future you'll be able to travel without restrictions if you're fully vaccinated and finally here on wet notes. I just saw that. Bob ballard has a new book out and it's titled into the deep and memoir from the man who found titanic a couple of years ago. We met doctor ballard at the sixty fifth boston. Sea rovers clinic and his presentation was fascinating. Some sure the book will be equally fascinating. There was an article on cnn where they interviewed bob allard. And according to this article the book delves into some of the most defining moments of his personal life including the tragic death of his son. Ballard turned seventy nine in june and he said that depend pandemic. He had a lot of times on his hands. So he teamed up with christopher drew the new york times who's an investigative journalists to write the book into the deep by robert. Ballard would be a good one to add to your summer reading list. Well that's it for this edition of wet notes here on scuba shack radio

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"sunday" Discussed on  Sunday Homily

Sunday Homily

04:30 min | Last month

"sunday" Discussed on Sunday Homily

"The word kingdom was confusing to them and it can be confusing to us. We think of a kingdom we think of kings and queens a physical territory potentially with walls and boundaries and stuff. But that's not what jesus meant when he used the word kingdom. It's not a physical kingdom but a spiritual kingdom. God's kingdom is anywhere. God rules and rains namely in our hearts and over our lives. God wants to bring his kingdom into your life. He wants to be the king of your heart however the apostles were still expecting a physical kingdom because they asked are you going to restore the kingdom at this time. Remember the land was ruled by the romans. The apostles are looking for some magic trick. They're asking jesus if he's going to introduce some sweeping change and overthrow the roman oppressive rule. They thought jesus would do this. Suddenly and they thought god's mission only included israel after all for hundreds and hundreds of years israel had been chosen. They were god's chosen people. The way god operated was that the jews were to follow him because they did they were to succeed and thrive and everyone else. Well not so much. This is how the apostles are thinking. Anyway jesus tells them it's not for you to know the times of seasons that the father established but you will receive power when the holy spirit comes upon you and you will be my witnesses. My witnesses in jerusalem throughout judea and samaria to the ends of the earth. What he's doing here he's he. Flips their expectations with his reply for the kingdom is spiritual not physical. And who's going to do it. You are and most of all. Don't miss this. Jesus says i'm going to spell this one out for you. Who's it going to include everyone. Yes everyone starting in your own city extending and going to the ends of the earth. This is so hard for us to appreciate how challenging this would have been to here. But jesus tells them how his kingdom is going to be. So what does that mean for us here today. Churches not about a building. It's about people. Church is a growing movement. Of god's love in god's people you and me don't take the movement for granted like we take transportation and bottled water for granted. The movement is live and real. We are church. The body of christ movement church you and i are for the world not just for other church. People who was sent you are so church. We have to remember how all this started what we are. A part of the kingdom of god is supposed to be a growing spiritual movement of god's love because love lives. This is what we want you to know. Jesus has risen and he lives and now his love is supposed to live on in us. You church are a spiritual movement. You are a growing spiritual movement of god's love that exists for the entire world. God's love is minimal because we are sent on a mission by jesus four love to share god's love and let people know they are loved by god. God the father sent his son and the son. Jesus sends you. This is what we want you to.

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"sunday" Discussed on  Sunday Homily

Sunday Homily

05:05 min | Last month

"sunday" Discussed on Sunday Homily

"For this sunday is mother's day and so we'd like to wish you a happy mother's day mother's day is all about an expression of love for a mothers enrica rica. Recent weeks sunday gospels had focused intensely on love and so our message series. We've come to understand that to love. someone is to help. That person thrive without counting the cost ourselves. That's volmer mothers to next exactly what jesus did. Maybe fun way to celebrate. Mother's day this. This sunday would be a selfie with your mom posted somewhere. Maybe descended out the friends but either way. It's a great way to do that since i have been here. I've began to preparing couples for marriage. I really enjoy getting to know. The couples and hopefully help set them up for a fruitful and successful marriage. One thing that always try to ask the couple's is what would it mean for you to love hammer hurt generously in your marriage spent to make them think about and ask the question. What israel love generous love. What would it look like for us to love our kids. Generously the love. Our friends generously deliver parents or spouse or fiance generously married. The answer can be lofty in elusive. Indefinable don't you find it. It's always easier to say how we're going to love than it is to actually do it. You think or if you're married you thought about the easy way to love. But what about when she wants to go out and he wants to stay in when she won't sushi. He wants a burger when she wants to go to the antique store. He wants to watch the game when she asked for him to take the trash cans to the street in the rain. Specific when you drill down about a definition of love this one aspect of 'love slowly rises to the surface. And if you think you're going to list times jif truly felt left by people around you. This threat would be weaved through all the examples we could think of sacrificial love love that sacrifices itself for another weekend. Turn this week to the first letter of john that we read. That will.

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"sunday" Discussed on  Sunday Homily

Sunday Homily

03:16 min | 2 months ago

"sunday" Discussed on Sunday Homily

"What happened to jesus. He acted with perfect love. And what did he get. As a result they put him to death. Who were they. They were the religious leaders and the roman political leaders as well as a mob of jesus people. The leaders were threatened by jesus. They were threatened by his teaching and by his good works his popularity. They were jealous and envious of him. They killed jesus by nailing him to a across jesus loved and the payment he receive was to die by the most agonizing death possible jesus loved others and his payment were nails pierced his hands and feet. It looked like love had died. Love had failed. Darkness celebrated. The love had lost. It looked as if love was powerless against the forces of darkness. That's the way this world often appears. It seems darkness and death defeat light and life. We see unnecessary. Terrorism violence. we witness acts of poverty and injustice. It all seemed so hopeless. That's the way those who follow. Jesus felt the day he died. They were crushed. They were crushed because they put their hope in him for a better world and when he died their hopes and dreams were dashed. It looked like love had lost but then something happened something that no one expected. Jesus didn't stay dead. Jesus conquered death on easter sunday. Jesus emerged from the grave victorious victorious over sin death darkness hatred gently in violence on good friday. All these things seem to have one but three days later on easter sunday jesus came out of the tomb. He who is love in action could not be defeated or kept down. Easter sunday is the celebration that love lives. God is love and he lives. It is the celebration that love and light are greater than death and darkness. Furthermore it is the celebration that the same power they gave. Jesus the ability to love others is available to you through a relationship with jesus. Christ you can access the power to love the people around you the way you really want to love them. We love people through our own effort. But by the power of god's love living inside of us we can access that power. And that's what this series is all about so i ask you to take to action steps especially if you are new or if this is your first time in church in a longtime or first time ever. I commit to join us in this series over the next few weeks. We're going to look at how we can access the power to love the people in our lives the power to love the people in our lives the way we desperately want to love them..

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"sunday" Discussed on  Sunday Homily

Sunday Homily

03:28 min | 2 months ago

"sunday" Discussed on Sunday Homily

"Your children to feel your love for them but often maybe more often than you like you find yourself yelling at them or being critical of them. You want to serve your friends but when there are opportunities to serve them or sacrifice opportunities to sacrifice for them. You don't do it. We fall short of our desires to love people. We want to do better if that describes you. The new picked the perfect weekend to come to church. Easter is all about assessing the power to love. Better we see this in the first biblical reading. We heard today from the acts of the apostles acts of the apostles tells the story of the early christian church. It shows how jesus established the church to be a movement of god's love in the world. This movement shattered the idea. God's love his only for certain groups of people. They shattered the idea. God's love is for a certain nationality or for religious people or church people or good people for that matter. The movement shattered the idea. God's love is dependent upon our actions or behaviors. It shattered the idea. God loves you when you do good but doesn't love you. If you do wrong crowds of people would come to teach wherever he went. Jesus drew people towards him like a rockstar. The people who knew jesus knew he was powerful. His power went way beyond physical power. There was a spiritual power. It was a power that seemed to come from deep within him. That came from who he was. Jesus was and is love in action. He brought power to stand up for the lowly and he defended them. He had power and ability to develop relationships with people who were unconnected to god. He had a power that enabled him to feed thousands of people with simply five loaves and two fish through his power. Jesus lovingly challenged people to get rid of self-defeating behaviors. He healed people who were sick. He made the blind and the deaf here. He gave a paralytic the ability to walk and a mute. Boy the ability to speak. The bible tells us jesus spent entire days healing people in a world of hurt. Jesus brought healing to many many people every time you see jesus in the bible you see love in action. Sometimes his love is kind. Sometimes his love is gentle and sometimes his love is fierce and challenging. But every time you see. Jesus you see love and action. Maybe we assume. Since jesus was love action everyone would have positive feelings for him because if someone loves others does good and brings healing to a broken world. That person will be accepted and loved by all right. Unfortunately that's not the way the world works. We live in a thin stained world where justice is not always done. We live in a world where good things happen to bad people and bad things happen to good people you can do good and people might not like you. You can do good and people will criticize you..

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"sunday" Discussed on  Sunday Homily

Sunday Homily

01:47 min | 2 months ago

"sunday" Discussed on Sunday Homily

"Today palm sunday. It is a unique sunday in lent. Because it marks the beginning of holy week palm sunday celebrates the triumph at entry of christ into the royal city of jerusalem. This entry is highly symbolic. It didn't that. Christ as david king that fulfiled this ancient prophecy the prophet isaiah proclaimed he will reign on david's strong and over his kingdom establishing and upholding it with justice righteousness but the first in the second reading of the sunday are suffering in humility of christ. The son of guide. The first reading from the book of isaiah is the song of the suffering servant of god and his letter to the philippians. All also reminds us of the humility and obedience of christ the servant of god. He says he emptied himself to assume. The condition of a slave became as men are. He was humble even to accepting death on a cross humbly. The servant of god accepted all the sufferings in order to save us the offered in lost his life in order to secure victory for us. That is what this week is all about. We invite you to calm the a part of this week as much as you can come. Holy thursday thursday. When jesus established the sacrament of holy communion commemorates the institution of the priesthood. Which will be at six pm. Come on good. Friday at three pm. Where we commemorate the crucifixion of our lord. Jesus christ if you can't then come at six. Pm for the stations of the cross and then join us on easter sunday as we celebrate the rising of our lord. Jesus christ god bless you..

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"sunday" Discussed on  Sunday Homily

Sunday Homily

03:07 min | 4 months ago

"sunday" Discussed on Sunday Homily

"Our typical message series because our bishop is presenting his annual charities campaign will be picking up our message series again next week for lent. We have a great one called no offense for today. I'd like to offer reflection on the gospel called god's alarm system the leper in sunday's gospel who gets healed knew he needed help. He knew what was wrong with him. He knew how to name it in how to claim it as his problem and not somebody else's he also knew that if he ever wanted to get well he had to let himself feel the full pain and sadness of being a leper and how badly he needed healing and finally. He knew he had to ask for help. If he wanted healing so the leper told himself the whole truth about himself and then acted on it. That's how we got healed facing the truth about ourselves isn't easy and that's why we often stay so mired in ways of living hurtful sinful and devoid of joy. The sole pain that we call guilt is the alarm system. That god installed in all of us to warn us when we are stumbling into hurtful ways and sending. The pain of guilt is a blessing. It can wake us up to what we're doing. It can motivate us to change. It can help us name our sin claim it feel it and fix it that is deal with all of its consequences. And that's what guilt is supposed to do for us. But what often happens is that we try to escape. Our guilt pain by pretending fair or refusing to look at. What's causing it or expecting our psychiatrists. Just take it away. This temporary anesthetic. They seem to work for a while. But it doesn't because it leaves are self inflicted soul wounds touched and unhealed festering just beneath the surface later on an even more toxic way a more toxic form. Now it's true. That false guilt shows up at times especially in caring hearts. It's a soul pain. That doesn't belong to us after taking a closer look. We have to say well. This guilt just isn't mine and then brush it off. But most of the time when the soul pain of guilt comes it is hours. And it's god's gift to help us get our lives right so when rings it's alarm. We need to do what that leopard did names of pain and where it's coming from and don't discount any part of it for it has important news for us claim that bad news and that guilt as our own and let ourselves feel it thoroughly finally give it to the lord for his help and guidance in repairing the sole damage that we've done to ourselves name it claim it feel it fix it. With god's help we can do that. We can make those soul pains and never come back. The sooner we get started the sooner we'll have the happy lives. God wants for us..

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Sunday Homily

04:21 min | 6 months ago

"sunday" Discussed on Sunday Homily

"Today is the third sunday of advent for our advent message. We've been talking about giving because god is a giver. The more we genuinely give the more. We experienced the love and joy that god this third sunday of advent is traditionally called gow days sunday gow detain means rejoice rejoice sunday which is a reference to scripture where saint paul says rejoice always rejoice is. What are the central themes of advent. The reason people can rejoice is because they are people of joy and they give the gift of joy. Let's take a closer look at joy and specifically at giving people the gift of joy this christmas everyone wants to be happy we try and hold onto it when we have it and find ourselves disappointed or distraught when we lose it. Pleasure and happiness are great they can be blessings and rewards in our lives. God created pleasure and happiness and he created us to enjoy them. The problem is pleasure is sensation. Happiness is an emotion and as such. They're temporary jesus came at christmas and it had nothing to do with pleasure or happiness. That's not what the angels promised. The angels promised good news good news of great joy beyond pleasure and happiness. God wants us to know and live in joy..

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Sunday

01:31 min | 8 months ago

"sunday" Discussed on Sunday

"Bronco Book World Headquarters. I'm Charlie Pellett. It was a down day on Wall Street stocks slumped airlines and hotels particularly hard hit amid signs. World economy has a long way to go to get back on track sound of the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange almost four shares fell on the S. and P. Five hundred index for everyone the gained the tech heavy. Nasdaq gauges dropped from a record intra-day high in the afternoon, a losing session there at or near session lows as he slumped thirty four points down one point one percent Nasdaq retreating from yesterday's record down eighty nine points a drop of nine tenths of one percent the Dow, down? Three hundred ninety, six points Dow one and a half percent lot of those losses really coming in the past fifteen minutes of trading the tenure of twelve thirty seconds with a yield point six, three percent gold up twelve dollars the ounce up seven tenths of one percents, seventeen ninety, seven, the ounce and West Texas intermediate crude down seven tenths of one percent, forty dollars and thirty five cents a barrel lot of concerns about the US economy and the potential rebound as four that rebound and how long it might take. Mad Hannah's portfolio manager with summit global investments. He was our guest moments ago right here on. Bloomberg Businessweek we all hope for shape recovery by. History doesn't early provide from such a recovery for campus even at Bogor financial crisis took five years to go from ten percent unemployment to six percent You know we're sitting at eleven..

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Sunday Homily

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"sunday" Discussed on Sunday Homily

"God invites each of us into a relationship where we are known and loved. When we are baptized, we gain a family called the church. We may think of the church is a place. We simply go on Sundays, but this definition falls way short. At its depth, the church is a people the body of Christ. When we are baptized, we adopted by God. We've become his son or daughter, and are united to one another as sisters and brothers. No matter what our earthly family looks like, we now have an eternal family. We belong. Will we become members of the body of Christ we become intimately united with Jesus and one another. We call it a mystical union because it is different than any other union we can experience. The bond is greater than the bond between our biological or adopted family is greater than the bond we experience with our closest friends is even greater than the bond between a husband and wife. It is a union that even death cannot separate. Within the mystical body of Christ are the baptized on earth. Those purgatory and the Saints in Heaven. We. Are All united in a missile way to more one day? Be Fully United in Heaven. As we all know belonging to a family summit more than a one and done event. Once you're baptized. You're always baptized and will always belong to the church, however our relationship with Christ. Our spiritual family must be maintained in nurtured. We must continue to say yes to the invitation to a deeper relationship with Jesus. When each of us were baptized, we were anointed just as Jesus was as priest Prophet and King. Those are the roles that we are to carry out an everyday life as we follow Jesus footsteps. I think most of us had the understanding that the priest is the one who stands at the altar in through certain words and signs performs religious rights. But all of us are baptism share in the priesthood of Jesus that means that when we come to the Eucharist, it isn't just a priest who is offering the mass is all of us together. Giving of ourselves giving our sacrifices to God. We are also a prophet. was share the good news of Jesus? Christ for those around us by our words by our actions. We exercise this kingly responsibility and duty, but leadership in our homes where we. In Our community virtually everywhere in our tent to make each of those a place of justice, peace and love taking every opportunity, we have to share the good news of Jesus. And Baptism God chooses us. John Quotes Jesus in the Gospel saying. It was not you who chose me but I. WHO chose you? Jesus chose you. He invited you and continues to invite you to be known and loved within his family. Sometimes. We think we're the ones doing all the work. We're the ones pursuing God by coming to church praying every day and inviting others to church. The idea that we're the ones initiating though as backwards. Jesus chooses you invites you and. Pursues You I. What we definitely accepted. This invitation are baptism. We renew.

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The Sunday Scaries Podcast

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"sunday" Discussed on The Sunday Scaries Podcast

"And forty three minutes which is awful but that being said I spend way more time on my on my phone looking at bullshit than a drama computer. My computer is very much a work zone for me so like I like like Abe watches so much youtube on his computer and like watches a bunch of Shit Liquids Bunch of article on his computer. I do all that stuff on my phone. So unfair to mean a lot of my phone use is like some shit that most people do in their computer will if he ever brings it up to. I think there is a way that you can turn it on your computer so if you ever tries to like hold it against you then you can just turn on his screen time. So it combines on his lap. Yeah maybe I'll do. That is yelling my computer. I really like whenever I opened my computer. My mind is like work needs to happen here. You know yes. I don't do any of that on the computer if I'm if I'm watching youtube or anything like that. I'm doing it on Apple TV. Just so. I don't feel like I'm just sitting on my phone and my laptop the entire time even though. I'm just doing something that I could be doing on my phone that's smart. I should do that. It's that but yes screen. Time is bad. That's scary movies in spending time on your phone. What relaxes you? What are your coping mechanisms? Exercise Walking what I've been going on like one big walk a day during all of this at really helps me Like doing the crossword. I've done every day or tried to do a Thursday Friday. It's impossible doing tasks that I can really focus on something outside of the bigger things that are going on just like helps me. That's why painting like really helped me. Yeah I'm just a walking thing like getting outside and just like taking a break from everything and listening to music just like walking. Yeah it's a very good way just to tune out. I I'm fully on bomb What's on your bedside table? This is also so land me CBI DROPS DB lotion a bag of edibles frankencense or. Relax TALKING WOW. This is so la. Now that I'm doing this my little pot of crystals Oh my God. You're like a G- GOOP catalog. I know this is like really it kind of funny that I'm showing you all this. Oh Bitch you know. It's corona pure al. After you have to. I have a picture of a when he was little. I have my prescription because I have lou best. I have the book that I'm currently reading. Which is scar tissue? 'cause I've never read it. I didn't to be honest. I didn't even know anything to keep his head this biography. Oh my God. It's like you have to read. That's one thing I need to do. More during quarantine and then. I have my bed glasses. Nice and that's it. That's what's on my table. It was pretty good. I I liked it. I'm getting live updates from you rather than just like people trying to recall and just naming only like the stuff. They're proud of rather than the stuff that they're like damn it. I've crystals on my bedside table. Yeah no I literally I. I really am way more stereotypical La than I thought with. All of my like we'd products and and Crystals but the thing is I really like I cannot weed and I do not get along but like when the CD step has been very helpful with sleep and also these like chill edibles have really helped me with sleeves so you know a lot of people who don't have good relationships with we'd have a much better relationship with edibles and I think it's because if they fall asleep is not that big a deal. Yeah like that's the thing they can just take a bit of an immediately dislike. Go to bed however I did wake up in the middle of the night. One time after taking an edible and when I woke up I was like Whoa. I'm so I and I was like D- Kovacs Asleep. I shouldn't I probably shouldn't tell the story but one time I came home after being out. Unlike I think it was memorial Labor Day. One of those two and I had to work the next day and my roommate who I did not know was doing this just like a big tray of we'd Brownies and when I got home from having a good day. I was like how many of these brownies that he made. He's a really good cook and I didn't realize I woke up the next day for work and I had to call my. Luckily I was working in a very relaxed job but I called my boss and I was like yeah. I can't drive in right now. I was like I am just completely out of it and until about two PM. The next day I just couldn't move. They can really mess you I. It was a brutal day but I mean. Luckily luckily everything was fine. And no one really cared so I was. I was in good hands. Yeah final question. What is your ideal Sunday consist of? Oh I had a pretty good one this past Sunday so have gotten really into making waffles so I would probably start the day making like a delicious breakfast of like some waffles and scrambled eggs. We have Burien in there. Maybe someone makes Bacon. What's going on? So have that and then probably go for like a nice drive out to the beach and then like have a beat to moment. I would love to have like a very cold cocktail at some point in their Maybe around Lake Four. Pm. Very cold glass of wine or something of that sort and then drive home. Haven't really nice early dinner in the backyard and then watch a movie. I mean that sounds Great Canal Fresco. Dinner destroyed into a movie. Just sounds wonderful. Yeah and then you have the cocktail earlier so then come lake nine. Pm You your you feel totally finding normal. And that's the key I if you're if you're pouring more than one or two drinks after the sun goes down you're gonNA regret that the next day. Yeah so that's just what it is Greta. It's been such a pleasure. What a treat and so happy. We got to chat and so happy that our relationship is now more virtually real. I know yeah. We're just taking it one step at a time so i. I really liked the trajectory that we're going up. I really I want to come down to Austin. I love it there. What we know we can get bagels with cream cheese and some Americanos I love it. There had such a great city that you event it is it is I. Try to make it out to California as much as I can. But it's kind of getting more difficult with this Little Hanta virus thing happening With you WANNA road trip out here. Let me know I will take you to eat a mushroom have an edible. Sounds like okay all right? Have a great one you to buy. If you liked what you heard. Today make sure to subscribe review or tell a friend in need about this podcast by subscribing guarantee that each and every episode gets delivered directly to your phone every Sunday morning you can also fall along on twitter at Sunday scary and instagram. Which is that Sunday dot scares or you can follow me on twitter next game. It will freeze and remember. Stay home. Wash your hands. Keep a friendly distance. See next Sunday.

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Sunday Homily

13:55 min | 1 year ago

"sunday" Discussed on Sunday Homily

"As we begin the second week of the Easter season will also in the second week of our Easter message series as a church. We continue to celebrate Jesus resurrection throughout the month of April and into may Easter is usually a happier time of year as winter comes to an end in spring begins who doesn't love the season of spring. The smell of cut grass the sound of kids playing outside the site of flowers. Sprouting up and blooming. This Easter however feels a bit different. We're living in a very uncertain time with Kevin. Nineteen still hanging over us. We do not know exactly how we supposed to act in that way. It is very much like the experience of the first Easter season. The apostles in the early followers of Jesus did not wake up on Easter morning filled with confidence and hope for the future. Instead there were filled with fear and doubt and uncertainty their world has been rocked by Jesus death on the Cross. Their hopes and dreams of the future were sealed sealed with. T. Jesus in the team. So they were very unsettled and anxious much as we are today. They didn't know what the future held but that mood changed. Through the course of that first Easter season as they discovered the Empty Tomb and interacted with the reason Jesus their mood in their perspective on life changed completely is. They came to faith in the risen. Jesus they renewed their sense of hope and confidence in the future. Faith and hope go together. The deeper our faith in Jesus resurrection the more hope. We will have for the feature. Faith IS THE FOUNDATION OF HOPE. So over. The course of the series we are looking at the early disciples and their counts of how they came to believe in. Jesus resurrection and the hope it gave them. We all need hope right now in the firm foundation for that is our faith in Jesus resurrection in the Gospel. Today John Chapter Twenty. We read that. The time is the evening the first evening after Jesus rose last week we read about John in his experience on Easter morning. Later that same night John and the other disciples of Jesus were locked in a room much like us. They felt constrained. They had to stay inside. They couldn't go outside because they feared the Jewish authorities the same Jewish authorities who had days earlier arrested and killed Jesus. Everyone knew that they were Jesus followers so they feared that they would be next. They were huddled together. In fear and confusion Jesus appeared to them. Jesus comes to them in the middle of their fear any offers. What all of us need when we are afraid. He says to them peace. They realized Jesus was not a ghost or a figment of their imagination. He was real throughout the resurrection testimonies. Jesus does very ordinary things like eating and walking and talking to show that he really did rise from the dead. Another piece of evidence for the resurrection is that groups of people saw Jesus one argument against Jesus's resurrection is that the disciples were all dreaming or hallucinating that they saw Jesus but dreams and hallucinations are individual experiences. A group of Disciples Saul Jesus that day. Not because they were hallucinating. But because he had risen the Thomas was absent rather than stay with the other disciples. He was out on his own while the other disciples wanted to hang together during this time of confusion and uncertainty Thomas probably wanted to be alone and sort of sort things out for himself so he is not there to witness. Jesus first appearance to the disciples as a group. The others tilt Thomas the great news that they have seen. Jesus not only. Was there evidence that Jesus was risen because the tomb was empty? Now they have all actually seen him. And how Thomas Respond to this news. He doesn't believe them even though it isn't just one person but a group of them that tell him. Part of that doubt was his personality. Thomas was naturally a skeptic in a bit of a pessimist but most of his doubt probably came from the hurt in his own heart. We often think of doubt as an intellectual issue but often doubt flows from our disappointment hurts on the day that Jesus died. Thomas had his heart heartbroken. Thomas had put his hopes and dreams and Jesus he believed Jesus to be a good man leading a good calls. But he'd seen Jesus loose. He concluded that Jesus was powerless. Over the evil Robinson the corrupt religious authorities. They had arrested Jesus and taking him away then beat him up to the cross. The most brutal form of execution everyone knew Jesus had lost everyone. What different conclusion was there? The report of the Resurrection Gave Hope Again but Thomas had had his hopes dashed once and he wasn't about to get his hopes up again his refusing to believe Jesus was away to his refusal to believe was a way to protect his heart from hoping again only to have it dashed. He was using his head to protect his heart. It was easier to disbelieve than to believe in the resurrection. Because believing would have been just too painful. You might be in the same place right now. Maybe you've had some hope stashed in these recent weeks and so refused to believe any goodness is coming to you. Your hopes may be dashed by the cancelling of Spring Sports. Europe's May been dashed by the loss of your job or your business. Your heads may been dashed being unable to complete your senior year with your friends. Your hopes may have been dashed as the result of a health scare. And so right now you doubt the goodness or power of tough circumstances like the ones we are facing now often make us doubt. God's goodness our power. We've all heard this argument for it's a classic argument and he goes something like this. If God is all good and all powerful then he wouldn't allow any suffering so since they're suffering than God is either not all good or not all powerful. We apply that argument to our hearts and pains. If God was good he would have stopped this virus. If God was good he will not have let the season be cancelled. If gobbles good then he would have intervened. If God was all powerful he would have done something to keep me from using my business or my job are doubt can lead to disbelief into a lack of hope or confidence in God. Thomas thought that if gobbles all good all powerful then he would not have let Jesus on the Cross. He would not have allowed. Thomas go through the pain of seeing his friend and rabbi executed. So Thomas is afraid to believe because he doesn't want to get his hopes up begin now to Thomas Credit. It does say he will never believe he says he will only believe if he sees the evidence for himself that setting the bar pretty high he needs to see the nail marks of Jesus hands and put his hand in Jesus side so a week goes by since the last time Jesus had appeared to the PA to the apostles a week after Easter Sunday so divine mercy Sunday like today once again. The group is inside huddled and afraid. Eventually the early disciples became bold witnesses seeing the resurrection. But it takes some time in the coming of the Holy Spirit to move them out of their fear once again to this group that is so afraid. Jesus offers his piece. Jesus comes to Thomas and offers the evidence he wanted and asked for in his love and mercy he does hold back from Thomas. Thomas his hands in his side. Jesus invites him to see the winds. The winds are proof that he is risen. They bear witness to his victory over death despite the beating and the Crucifixion Heroes victoriously. The winds bear witnessed his great love for us. Jesus invites Thomas to explore the evidence. He challenges him not to persist in his current state of refusing but to believe in the resurrection to move towards belief in scripture tells Thomas answered and said to him my Lord and my God. This comes from John. Twenty twenty. Eight in meeting the resurrected. Jesus all Thomas Doubt and heartache motorway. He realizes that the crucified and risen. Jesus is Lord and so Thomas personalizes it he says my Lord and my God lots of times when people come into the presence of God their arguments and their reasoning for disbelief can simply melt away. The presence of God a deep personal relationship with Jesus can be just that powerful. This does not mean it is not worth it to study into apply reason. No but those things are a means to in to come to know God personally the important thing is is to bring into a relationship with God and when you have that how you got. There really doesn't matter as much. It is light strong in comparison to the greatness and glory of God. The problem with the argument that if God was all good an all-powerful. Then he wouldn't allow suffering is far too narrow then argument fails to see the whole story. It focuses on one part of life and makes it the whole yes in life. We experienced setbacks. But there's more to the story than though setbacks. We need to see them. In the context of the resurrection Jesus appeared to have lost wound. He went to the Cross. The Romans Jewish authorities thought they had one but they were wrong three days later. Jesus rose from the grave. His suffering and pain were redeemed. Gnarly that it turned out to be his greatest victory over sin and death. So what do we do with all of this? I I want to encourage you to lean into any doubts about God. You may have explored the evidence and seek to overcome doubts. You may have about God. He's big enough. He can take it if you have questions or uncertainties about the resurrection explore them. If you'd like resources to help you check out our website. On the bottom of our home page click on groups. We will be posted in resources there. Also we're excited to be launching small groups all around this issue of doubt for the Easter season. You can sign up also on our website by going to our homepage and clicking on the groups tab second where have you had your hopes dashed during these recent weeks? How have they impacted your faith and trust in God? Name them and be honest about them if they feel particularly deep. Maybe take fifteen minutes this week to journal about them to close. There is a scene from the movie. Apollo thirteen. It was the movie with Tom. Hanks was about a second mission to go to the moon when it becomes apparent that the mission has to be aborted in the lives of the astronauts endanger. Someone calls the whole mission a disaster then add Harris who played the head of Michigan. Troll speaks up and says no sir I believe this will be our finest hour finest hours come in the wake of sufferings and defeats. This is why you can continue to put your faith and hoping God no matter the setbacks no matter the defeats no matter the losses of this of this time your wings and hearts will be redeemed at ret at your resurrection when we believe in Jesus resurrection and we believe that we are connected to him. We're able to see our sufferings and setbacks and the larger reality we're able to see that they will be redeemed out of the ashes. We can rise out of the ashes. We Will Rise Happy Divine Mercy Sunday and happy Easter..

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Sunday Homily

15:35 min | 1 year ago

"sunday" Discussed on Sunday Homily

"We think of Easter is very cheery we decorate with Pastel colors. It takes place after the sparse time of lent. We associated with the freshness of spring. Our spirits feel a little lighter. We celebrate because we can enjoy again. Whatever we have given up for lent so Easter Sunday often feels like a long overdue. Celebration a release from darkness. This Easter of course feels very different. We are living a very uncertain time in the shadow of Kovic nineteen. We do not know exactly how we are supposed to act. We are prevented from feeling the excitement and energy that comes from gathering as a crowd. Large groups bring energy and excitement. That can't be replicated and sadly and honestly we are all struggling with doubts and confusion. This Easter feels very different because of the uncertainty because we feel in the dark in that way is very much like the Easter experienced by the first followers of Jesus on that very first Easter Sunday the apostles and other followers of Jesus were not outside the tomb waiting for him to rise from the dead. No when Jesus died on Good Friday. They thought it was the end of their hopes and dreams. They believed that all had been lost for years. They had followed him and been amazed by him. They were amazed by his poise and sense of purpose and mission. They saw him work incredible miracles with their own eyes. They had seen him heal the sick give sight to a blind man. Hearing to the deaf and speech to the mute with their own eyes they had seen him feed over five thousand people with five loaves and two fish they had seen. Jesus do these things with their own eyes so they came to believe. They believed he was someone special. They came to believe that connecting their lives to his would make their life a whole lot better. They believed that if they followed him. All their hopes and dreams would be fulfilled. They came to believe that he had been sent from God as their long awaited Messiah however on Good Friday. Those hopes and dreams were dashed. The crowds turned on Jesus and rather than following him. They cried out crucify him. They mocked him nailed to a cross and placed his limp lifeless body in a tomb. It was game over. So what were the apostles and followers of Jesus to do? They didn't know they weren't sure what to do. Their whole lives had been disrupted. They were filled with fear. Fear for the future. Everyone knew that they had followed. Jesus now that he had been executed as an enemy of the state they felt. They too were endanger. So they hid in darkness and despair darkness despair and disillusionment fear dismay anxiety. They had a great concern about the future. And the loss of hope that was the emotional state of the first followers of Jesus on that first Easter Sunday morning. They were not waiting with hopeful expectation for Jesus to rise from the dead but then something happened. That totally changed their perspective. It shifted their emotion from despair to hope they moved from fear to faith they moved out of disillusionment to new dreams and confidence in the future. They had a total change of view. Not because the external circumstances had changed at all to the outsider. Everything seemed the same but they saw an experienced something that changed everything. We have four separate written accounts dating back. Two thousand years of what the earliest disciples experienced and saw that change their point of view. That doesn't seem like a big deal to us. But paper and ink were not as plentiful two thousand years ago as they are now. Ink and paper were expensive. Writing cost big bucks. We have autobiographies and writings from wealthy people in ancient times because only the wealthy could afford to produce books but Jesus was not wealthy. He didn't even own a home yet. People went to great expense to write about his life. They felt they simply had to spread the news about him. One of the people who felt they had to tell the story. Was The Gospel writer John. He shares his story of what changed for him on that. First Easter morning he writes Mary. Magdalene goes to the Tomb on Easter Sunday morning. She goes to the tomb not because she expects that Jesus has risen from the dead. She goes because Jewish people had a custom of morning at a loved one's tomb for three days after death. Mary Magdalene Love Jesus so much that she felt. It was her responsibility to mourn his death. John tells us that it was still dark. The darkness describes the time of day and the emotional and intellectual state of the disciples their hearts and minds. Were very much in the dark. Mary assumes mistakenly that someone has taken the body and the burial close grave robbery was such a problem in the first century that it was an offence punishable by death when Mary tells the Disciples Peter John. Jump up and begin running to the tomb to see what happened. They have to go see for themselves. What's going on John? Being the younger guy. Naturally in better shape gets there before. Peter Jon looked inside the tomb but didn't go in. Do you know why he didn't go in. Because it was a tomb for one thing who wants to go into a tomb but there's more to it than that. What he sees is not what he expected to see. He expected to see a completely empty tomb. He assumed there was nothing in there. If grave robbers had taken the body the burial clothes would not have been there. The burial clothes were valuable. It would be like someone's stealing your wallet but leaving behind the cash and the credit cards. No Robert would do that so it was clear that the body had not been stolen and no person would take the barry close off the body and then leave the clothes there. If someone had taken the body they would have taken the close as well. He couldn't make sense of what he was seeing. John is a reflective person so we just stops and examines the situation. Peter is the more impetuous person so he runs into the tomb. He doesn't stop it. I to examine the situation. He sees that the burial close are there but the cloth that had covered his head is roll up in a separate place as if someone had taken the time to fold it up. So it's more evidence that the Barrio close are there. But there's no body then. The Bible tells us John Entered the tomb and he saw and believed John saw and believed what he saw deeper into the evidence and believed Jesus had risen from the dead. He believed the tomb was empty. Not because the body had been stolen but because Jesus had risen from the dead many times. Jesus had predicted his death and resurrection. When you read through the Gospels Jesus constantly tells his followers what is coming in the announcement just goes right over their heads. They don't get it. John had heard. Jesus say it several times and he never paid all that much attention to it but now seeing the evidence before him he comes to believe that Jesus rose from the dead in that moment of belief everything changed for John. Faith and hope go together. Faith is belief that God exists. Faith is trust in God's character that what he says is true. The Christian faith is not based on the Bible Christian. Faith is based on a person. Jesus Christ in the event of his resurrection from the dead. The early Christians came to believe that Jesus rose from the dead. They came to believe in his resurrection. Not Out of some kind of wishful thinking but because of what they saw and experienced out of their experience they came to believe in something they had never thought possible and they believed in Jesus's resurrection as they did. They were filled with hope for the future. Hope is a confident expectation. That goodness is coming. It's the desire to experience. God's promises hope corresponds to our natural desire for happiness. Hope is a confidence that we will ultimately find our happiness and fulfilment in God hope is faith directed towards the future. Faith believes guide exists and has the power to bring goodness into our lives. Hope confidence that he will bring that blessing into our lives. Especially in times of darkness. Hope keeps us from discouragment and sustains US IN TIMES OF DARKNESS. Faith is the foundation of hope. Faith is a gift faith in Jesus. Resurrection is first and foremost a gift. That comes from the God of grace. With God's intervention and revelation. Faith in him is possible. You cannot make yourself have faith you cannot give yourself faith you have to receive it. It has been revealed to you by God. We cannot see this on our own to help us grow in faith. God sets up scenarios that are suited to our personalities interests and experiences when you read through the Resurrection Accounts in John's Gospel. You discover that no two people come to faith in exactly the same way. Each person is approached by Jesus differently. Each is given different types of evidence to come to faith in the resurrection. Some people only need a little bit of evidence as is the case with John. Others are much more skeptical in demand to see greater evidence such as touching. Jesus' wounds like the Apostle Thomas did God wants to give each of us the gift of faith but we all have different trajectories and paths. We all need something different to receive faith in Jesus resurrection. This is why it's wrong for Christians to ever judge other people who do not have faith in God. We have received that faith as a gift. We didn't earn it. We received it when you receive a gift. You don't judge other people who did not receive it instead. You are grateful for it and while faith is a gift that does not mean we are completely passive. We have to explore the evidence we have to have a willingness to receive the gifts. God gives us to bring us to faith in Jesus and his resurrection. We explore the things in our lives. That don't make sense like Mary. Initially Peter and John did not believe Jesus had risen from the dead. They thought his body had been stolen. They went to the tomb to see for themselves. What had happened to examine the evidence? Faith comes from a willingness to study the evidence while faith goes beyond rational capacities. It does not contradict it faces. Not Irrational faith means believing what we can't see based on the evidence we can see. You cannot get all the way to real faith through reasoning alone yet. Faith is not less than rational. Either you can't get to real faith without reason and thinking why because when your faith is an act of the whole person. The early disciples were just as incredulous of Jesus's resurrection as modern people would be. They required the same kind of multiple sightings a hands on I witness experiences that we would require in order to convince them that God was really alive and in this respect the narratives fit perfectly with what we know historically of those cultures while these ancient culture did not hold as many modern people do that. Miracles are impossible. Resurrection was equally implausible and unimaginable. To them. As it is for most people today they needed evidence and a willingness to explore the evidence to come to faith in Jesus and his resurrection as they explored the evidence. They came to believe they came to believe so much in the resurrection that they were willing to die for that belief. They didn't believe in find evidence for their belief. They experienced evidence of the resurrection and were willing to come to the conclusion that Jesus had risen over the next four weeks. We're going to take a look at the evidence and experiences of the early Christians and the hope which that brought into their lives faith and hope are two things we desperately need right now.

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"sunday" Discussed on  Sunday Homily

Sunday Homily

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"sunday" Discussed on Sunday Homily

"We have just heard the story of the last hours of Jesus the best friend we ever had. As we listened to the reading of the passion. We followed him step by step in our hearts through his last hours and now having heard Jesus speak those last dread two words father into your hands I commend my spirit and when he had said this he breathed his last. We have to make sense. We have to make sense of it. All what does it mean this. Good kind loving young man the kindest man we ever met barely in his thirties. Dying dying in so gasoline away for no crime at all. He was completely innocent. What does it mean and what is it for what it means is God loves us. It means God loves a so much that he will withhold absolutely nothing from US absolutely nothing. Not even his own beloved son. What it means is that no matter what no matter what God will always be there for us with all his love all his power all his comfort and His grace. What was it four to tell us that. There are no limits no limits to his commitment to US. None at all. That's what God our father is saying to us through this terrible moment in Jesus's life our father is saying you can count on me. I will never desert you and there's nothing I won't give you not even my own son. I will save you. This passion Sunday is in one way or another a very sad today. Walking with Jesus on this day can break your heart but and this is a big. But it's also the brightest of days the brightest of days. Because it tells you how very much you are loved and because it reminds us who view this day from the vantage point of the resurrection that despite all appearances all will be well. Thank God Almighty all will be well. Are we worried? Are you worried in the midst of this Corona Cova? Nineteen sure you are. So what do we mean all will be? Well how can we have the audacity? Maybe the stupidity to say all will be well all will be well does not mean we will not sometimes get sick and suffer in life all will be. Well does not mean. We WON'T HAVE DIFFICULTY IN LIFE. All will be well does not mean. We won't catch the corona virus. So what do we mean all will be well and is that some sort of naive stupid pious platitude to say when people are sick all around us all will be? Well what do you think about that? What do we mean all will be? Well all will be well means. There is always hope. There is always hope. Hope is the trust that somehow somehow one way or another even when things don't seem to be working out and are very difficult. Our Future is in God's hands our future is in God's hands just like Jesus on the cross trusted trusted in God the father and just like Jesus had great. Hope had great hope that even when things did not seem to be working out and we're very difficult for him his future was in. God's the father's hands our future our future is in God's hands and so all will be well if we are faithful to him. If we stay close to him he will be there for us in the end and so we have great hope therefore from our vantage point which is the vantage point of the resurrection. Despite all appearances even in the midst of struggled difficulty corona virus sickness indepth will be. Well does it sound silly to say in the midst of struggle for us to say all will be well and let us rejoice no let us rejoice let us rejoice because thanks be to our good God who loves us who loves us all will be well..

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"sunday" Discussed on Sunday School

Sunday School

12:16 min | 2 years ago

"sunday" Discussed on Sunday School

"You know and that's why actually came up with this that phrase conscious luxury because we realized wow there's actually a connotation here and let's just remind mind people you know there should not be compromise ever in the aesthetics or the qualitative positioning of a product if it is environmentally sound and so in case of Russky you know we have worked with <hes> fair trade gold so working with the tiny little gold in Peru and actually <hes> the miners are predominantly Apopka farmers that just happened to find gold on their last hearsay so they're mining it and all the prophets profits they get from the mining goes into their farming and the entire community the benefits from it you know and it was so sweet we had a little video conference with them and they all dressed up nicely near sued for the video conference decided that wasn't feed and the you know Andy's but it was so nice was so nice that they knew that there somehow contributing to some luxury good product and here they are so far away and try to dress up what we appreciate it so much but we're so and it's Ross we just have to added with my Gosh. We have to source materials anyways so we might as well to source from a sound location and the same thing is also applying to our gemstones. The older gemstones our minds sustainably we have been certified by the Responsible Jewelry Council which does a very thorough audit is to work at the body shop L.. What a great experience? I was a great experience and Anita Anita Roddick was working with some Pharma's in Nicaragua and she was guessing sesame seed from them to make sesame scrub but she had taught the farmers how to follow gallantly not herself. She doesn't know how to form <hes> but she also while she was in the Karakia. She met some some kids who were on a dump who used to municipal dump and they would go and collect bottles on that and she didn't know what to do about it so she set up a schooler for the children and we went to visit the school and it was the most amazing experience of my life because she was so they was so proud of her and she was so revered and these kids were guessing appropriate education they have proper school uniforms and it was like the Queen had arrived when we went to visit it was the most incredible experience and shows how businesses can go above and beyond behaving responsibly they can actually change lives and I thought that was a really good example of that's that's one full story and it just gives me chills you know and so often for us. It's so easy to make that contribution but it's incredible see how huge the positive impact yeah you know again Dan that's a matter of will she had the will to want to have a positive impact in one to make a change in how wonderful and I'm sure that it has a very positive <hes> trickle effect and inspired other people and I really am such it's a shame when when she died obviously shame also and she stopped doing the shop because I think that that passion kind of went with how exactly anyway okay so now I have a question for you own real diamonds versus manufactured diamonds up you really interested to know as Dan and so the same thing then applies in as we're talking about fair trade gold it also applies to the gym industry so as I mentioned all our stones are <hes> responsibly sourced and then one other new category besides being sourced from the earth is of course the lab-grown diamonds and yes it is a fact that lap grown diamonds do use less energy to be grown and certainly people in planet it or not negatively impacted that is just a fact and this is the fact that we're embracing and we're actually stepping into credit diamonds as the next chapter of russkies initiatives within within the world of sustainability but having said all of that we are also and we have <hes> expressed ourselves to the diamond industry that we are very excited to also use diamonds as long as they're sustainably sourced so we are in conversation with the G._I.. which was the Geologic Institute of America to look for those minds and they certainly exist <hes> in Botswana? You know where there are very regulated processes. <hes> diamonds are traceable. <hes> the G._I.. has created an APP. When you buy a diamond jewelry store you can get this APP and you can actually trace your diamond their photographs of the diamond coming out of the mind and chose entire process of what happens to that diamond until it ends up in your ring and that is fantastic and you know it's Russkies these efforts within the credit diamond world has the impact of encouraging minors <hes> or the mining industry to mind sustainably and that's fantastic and we will be their customer you know home and how when when you say about manufacture diamonds how how does manufacturer so they're actually three different processes to are the most popular that's vapor deposition? <hes> in the other one is high heat high pressure her which is the one that's high energy which is really exactly that's totally replicating the natural process by heat high pressure <hes> and then I think de Beers with their plant are really also growing the colored diamonds which I think is really really exciting <hes> right now predominantly it's more clear or slightly brown or yellow that we're seeing coming out of China and India <hes> but I have to say totally appreciate the technology. That's behind it. You know try right. If you're GONNA grow diamond that's hard try to figure out how to make a crystal that is hard. I mean we have these melting pots. That are the size of this building right and we chuck in Certain Chemicals from Potter Sodium Courts and so on quartz sand. That's that's all melted and outcomes would looks like honey but that's crystal and then it goes into the different malls and then we cut it you know that such a tedious intricate process I appreciate the crystal because of its manufacturing and I can only say the same thing about created diamonds. You know I really appreciate the technology in the human intelligence. That's behind it. You know do you think though that that the real diamond industry said when I say real isn't even the right phrase but the mind diamonds <hes>. Do you think that the jury industry is going to be trying to tell us that they have more value because they're older. Maybe in there certainly something about that you know but I also think in particularly young generation or the younger generation they will all have seen those documentaries they will have seen the blood diamond movie you know and I have to say <hes> my mother probably would not by crater diamond but my daughter's only and it's really a matter of the values and the values that are associated associated with the younger generation you know they don't care for its old. They don't they don't care or they don't care if it's old but they care it was extracted and bad conditions and I have to say it was interesting. I was just at the Las Vegas Jewelry Fair last week and had to give her presentation at G._I.. <hes> about this topic and there are a lot of people from Africa that had minds and there were saying well. What about all these artisanal minds you know then the livelihood of so many people are dependent on listen? I said yes absolutely right and you know if we can assign a process of cleaning that up and making sure people totally taking care of intrigue at the Right Way and you know the technologies out there to extract these wonderful <hes> stones from the Earth if we can just apply the more environmentally safe practices. It's everyone wins the you know and certainly I have to say by embracing the created diamond industry does not mean that one dismisses certainly the artistic element you know that's wonderful but <hes> and I just felt in general last week from Las Vegas at the whole injured industries ready to embrace a better process you know and because people are at stake and people's voices are being heard and the photography is documenting. Everything and everyone wants the best so I think it'll it will take up few years but I think I totally believe in the sustainability of extracting these wonderful mill minerals from the earth so you you're celebrating one hundred twenty five years and what can we expect to see is part of your celebration my Gosh and selling we're realizing what one hundred twenty five years out about happen you know in a certain sense. I have to say you have the source retail stores but every time I have asked speak somewhere of course I speak about Swarovski's history and I'm usually mobbed after I speak by people saying I had no idea about what's Russky. Did we didn't know that it was crystals on Dorothy slippers and the wizard of Oz or Audrey Hepburn Tiara at breakfast at tiffany's or unmanned Marilyn Monroe's dress when she sang happy with Mr President different so I think in terms of sauce history we have so much communication to do. We have to communicate about that heritage slow. I think that's what will focus on <hes> next year and you know I think what we really wouldn't position as the fact that we're master cutters we cut crystal. We cut gemstones. We can cut real diamonds. We can cut <hes> created diamonds so really emphasizing Swarovski's craftsmanship its heritage. It's strong long value for quality and then of course what we really want to celebrate are those various different collaborations. We're talking about from the past to the present and <hes> again you know our product truly is so multifaceted. No Pun intended ended so our customers also you know and that is why those different collaborations are so important to continue to show how the crystal can be implemented so many different ways you know in so many different areas with its clothing or fashion jewelry <music> architecture also up cycling. I yes exactly tell me about that. So we're working with <hes> young fashion designers wells working with various different universities like several Saint Martin's the world Cultivar Parsons F._I._T.. And we're certainly <hes> working with the students on the sustainable use of crystal and that means reusing crystal up cycling crystals and we're working with <hes> young designers to do that as well such as Kevin. And get Monier Kevin Yemen yeah has been amazing at <hes> reusing the crystal and still as we mentioned earlier showing an incredibly luxuries product so I think that is really a new unexciting chapter <hes> <hes> it's interesting you know because it's Russky as I mentioned we had such a we have such a strong quality consideration which means the quality control is very strict so not won crystal leaves the factory with a bubble in it or scratch on it and my question is are we to strict with our quality control so if you upcycle crystal it might have that scratch on it and might have that bubble in which you of course can see until you take a loop and look at it so you know for the sake of the planet environment. Oh come on lead me to loosen up a bit but it's simple and penelope Cruz telling me that well we dressed her at the film festival in Venice three or two and a half years ago and <hes> we gave her first our first collection collection of credit diamonds along with our sustainability report and apparently she took really three hours to read that report and we got a call the next day from her agent asking if she could work with us wow and that was such an honor for us you know <hes> to be asked by her..

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"sunday" Discussed on The Sunday Scaries Podcast

The Sunday Scaries Podcast

08:08 min | 3 years ago

"sunday" Discussed on The Sunday Scaries Podcast

"My name's wilder freeze, and this is the Sunday scariest podcast, your care for the Sunday blues. Before we get started today, I wanted to extend a massive. Thank you to anyone who has subscribed reviewed or simply listen to this podcast. We eight episodes in and I could not be happier with support ever sees as far. You've made my Sunday's a little scary, and I hope you can say the same for me. And this week's episode we're gonna talk about bad diets, Sunday, happy hours in what music you should be listening to on Sunday nights. I categorize the reasons for my somewhat regular anxiety in different categories sleep, which we talked about in the last episode money, which will definitely talk about in the future relationships and health. But whatever reason, health always seems to take the back seat when confronting the rest of everything that life throws your way. Maybe you don't work out enough. I sure don't maybe you health issues that not only drain you physically and mentally the financially to, or if you're like me, maybe you over think what you're putting in your body on a regular basis. I'm not a health freak by any means if you know me or have you ever seen a picture of me, you know that it's not even close. Very healthy meal that I eat. I probably counteract it with something I shouldn't be eating drinking in an effort to track this and lose a little weight in the process. I decided to do a whole thirty. Yes, that fad diet. You've seen all over the internet that may or may not work depending on which link click. Essentially a thirty day diet where you eliminate everything bad. And I say, batting quotes it includes sugar grains, beans, soit, dairy, and yes. Alcohol from your diet. That's the tough one. When you really look into what you can't eat on this, your mind immediately defaults to well, what the hell can I eat? And honestly, that's valid because it really feels like you can't eat all that much at first. Anytime you put restrictions on yourself, whether it be a diet of budget or pretty much anything else that stops you from having fun. Your brain immediately defaults to thinking about all the things you want to do and not the things that you're allowed to do. But really, that's why you do it to test yourself in an effort to better yourself. Sure. You want to go to five star restaurants for group dinners every weekend, but that's not really fiscally sustainable whole thirty kind of does that same thing. But with the food that you make for yourself. I'm not gonna act like this diet or any other diet for that matter are right for every single person out there simply put. They're just not. But what I like about hol thirty more than the weight loss is that teaches you not only eat healthier, but to see which foods your body has sensitivities to. I love a cold talion sandwich, but after thirty days of eating and reintroducing bread into my diet, it became very evident that bread is something that my body doesn't digest as well as Darier soy. While going to thirty days of clean eating, all I could think about was how badly I wanted a cold ham sandwich, and a draft beer, an old speckled hen to be exact. But once the thirty days past the changes I felt were much more satisfying than the feeling I got after eating an entire Domino's pizza after late night, vodka, sodas. Obviously, I still live for nights like that for what I realize was that feeling good for extended periods of time felt better than the quick fix. I got from tacos or beer. Anytime you put strict limitations on yourself, you crave being bad. The mental toughness of doing something for an extended period of time isn't just draining, but in the end it actually becomes fulfilling again. Yes. I know this is going to be classified as a fad, and I know people would love to dispute the benefits of this diet more than like to entertain them. That's just how these things work. But what I want people to realize is that you don't just do these things these fads to lose weight or mmediately get a six pack. You do them to test yourself, be the mind or the body. You don't have to do a whole thirty either you could bike after work, run ten miles a week, stop drinking beer and switch exclusively vodka. Something that a lot of people do trim their way signed on a little bit, whatever. Taking yourself out of your. Zone shouldn't be something frowned upon. And when it's all said and done you at least get the endorphins of accomplishment and maybe six pack to, you know, of the old speckled variety. It's become somewhat of a Sunday ritual to me. At this point. Most of the time I'd never suggest leaving your apartment after five o'clock on a Sunday, going to friends house for large pasta dinner to wind down watching some TV, maybe going for a run. I mean, probably not get off your high horse, grab some groceries for the week. Well, hopefully zoo. But as of late, my mentality is somewhat changed ever since my favorite restaurant began offering a happy hour on Sundays from four to six, half off pretty much everything. On the surface. It seems psychotic to do such a thing spending more money after a weekend of blowing through bar tabs isn't always at the top of my list on Sunday night. Being out in public when my brain can barely function feels like climbing Mount Everest. And if I'm hung over a happy hour is probably the last thing I need, but at least hear me out. I once read a British study that said, the average suffer Sunday scares feels it normally around four pm how they came to that conclusion. I've no idea, but it somehow makes sense. During the week, four clock is a time when you start to think to yourself. All right. All right. About time to cut out a work. It's that little light at the end of the tunnel, the night before Christmas, but on Sundays that four clock feeling is actually a signifier that Yup, the weekends officially ending. One more meal left one more opportunity to watch a movie you had on your net flicks list. One last chance to get your laundry done in a last ditch effort to feel at least somewhat productive. I usually try to eat dinner around seven o'clock, but ever since I discovered the beauty of Sunday, happy hour, I've moved my final meal of Sunday back a couple of hours to around five a bit early. Yes, but after a slight fast after large breakfast, I'm normally ready to gorge myself on comfort food come five o'clock. Sure. It helps at the meals cheaper due to the deal. But the benefits of this don't exactly end when the check comes. Once six o'clock hits in the rose as no longer half off, it's time to close up shop and go home before. I know it the clock is barely struck seven, and I'm home safe and my most comfortable clothes ready to attack the night and by attack, I mean, sit lethargically in bed trying to read or watch planet earth, but that's neither here nor there. I'm not sure why, but getting out of the house just gives me the hint of productivity that don't normally get from ordering from post mates or eating leftovers. Whether my girlfriend and I invite a friend or another couple is just the perfect opportunity to get out, feel social and wrap up our weekend with some laughter before Monday starts to creep into our brains. At the end of the day, it's at least better than waiting in line at checkout at whole foods to pay fourteen dollars at the hot bar for food is too lazy to cook myself. The Indian style chicken curry, really isn't that good anyway. And if you get hungry around nine, just have a scoop of ice cream, you've earned it. This

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