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Detective J. Warner Wallace Describes the Premise of His New Book 'Person of Interest'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:36 min | Last week

Detective J. Warner Wallace Describes the Premise of His New Book 'Person of Interest'

"J Warner Wallace has just come out with a book called person of interest. Seriously, this is an amazing book. I don't want to do all the talking. So if you don't mind, tell my audience, the premise, because it is actually really fascinating what you have done in this book person of interest. Okay, so here's the weird approach I took. I work cold cases and a lot of the cases I get are what are called no body murders or no body missings where somebody kills his wife or a wife killer's husband. And then claims that they ran off and they file a report of missing persons report, and that's how we take the case, and then years go by no one works the case. So just to be clear, some people know that some people don't. You are a cold case detective and you've been a cold case detective a real cold case detective for a long time. And you're bringing those skills to this issue. So I didn't want to interrupt, but just in case people think you're like blowing smoke, this is what you do. Well, I've done a bunch of these cases. They're actually on a date line. And several of these are no body missing persons cases. And so what happens is they get away with it for a while because nobody has ever discovered. There's no crime scene ever photographed is taken as a missing persons report. I opened the case, I had one case, Eric. I kid you not. The 30 years after the crime was occurred. She'd been missing for 30 years. Her family never once called our agency because the killer thoroughly convinced the family that she had just run off. Now, what do you do when you have no crime scene? No evidence from a crime scene. Don't even have a body. How do you make a case like that? Well, I always tell people that if she vanished on that day because he murdered her as like a bomb went off on that day. But moms are always preceded by fuses that burn slowly toward the detonation of the bomb. And afterwards, there is shrapnel all over the blast radius. So we'll make the case by simply examining the fuse and the fallout. So I thought, well, if Jesus is who he said he was. And let's imagine a future world where every single New Testament document has been destroyed. There are no bibles. There are no new testaments. It turns out in that kind of absent of crime scene, no New Testament. You could still determine the history and deity of Jesus from simply the fuse and fallout of history. That's what this book does. It takes a look at nothing other than just the history of unusual places that have Jesus fingerprints all over. I'm like literature art, music, education, science, and even non Christian religions. It turns out, you can reconstruct the story of Jesus from those aspects of culture

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J. Warner Wallace's New Book 'Person of Interest' Is the Perfect Companion to 'Is Atheism Dead?'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:33 min | Last week

J. Warner Wallace's New Book 'Person of Interest' Is the Perfect Companion to 'Is Atheism Dead?'

"J Warner Wallace is my guest and then beyond that his book is called person of interest who is the person of interest, Jesus of Nazareth. This is a very exciting provocative and unfortunately important book. Well, let's welcome the program. Thanks so much for having me. If I didn't know Eric, that I was going to release this book. At the same time that Eric metaxas is going to have a new book. I would have said, you know, let's wait till January. What am I doing trying to release a book while you got a book? I was thinking the same thing about my book. So here's what we have to do. We have to tell people if you don't buy both books, you're crazy. You're dividing a friendship, you're destroying the body. Okay. That's right. Now look, seriously, this book, my book is not really about Jesus actually. So my book is, I said a low bar for my book is atheism dead. I just wanted to show in a way the scientific evidence for a creator. You don't have to say it's Jesus. You don't have to say, but to say there is no creator of any kind is at this point preposterous. I then talk about biblical archeology, which makes it really clear that the Bible is certainly no collection of folktales and it's probably totally historical, even though you can't prove that it's totally historical, and then I talk about atheism, but I do not go into what you go into in this book. So I think we could pitch it as their companion

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Brian Kilmeade Knew Fox News Was Special 25 Years Ago

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:42 min | 2 weeks ago

Brian Kilmeade Knew Fox News Was Special 25 Years Ago

"And today I get to talk to the author of a book called the president and the freedom fighter, Abraham Lincoln Frederick Douglass and their battle to save America soul. And the author of the book is someone you may know, named Brian kilmeade, Brian, you look very familiar. Eric, thanks so much for your support over the years. Every time I have a book out, you always say come down to this cathedral. And this place is the nicest studio I've ever seen. Period. Thank you very much. Look, this, I think I told you this. And by the way, people, if you're just tuning in, this guy has been on Fox and Friends for how many years now? 25. Radio show for 13. Well, hold on a second. Did you just say 25? Yeah, I started doing it in junior high. I thought so. Yeah, it was crazy. Playing pop Warner football and they grabbed you. It took me 12 years to be to get to Fox. And then once I got there, I realized how great it was, even though no one had heard of it yet. So when it started, I started filling in as a sports guy, and then it evolved and things started going crazy from the war from the election mess to the war on terror to the Iraq War. First election mess. Failure to a 2000 Chad hanging chads. Yes. So you are the youngest living institution in the country. Seriously, that's amazing 25 years from the beginning. Yeah, I mean, I knew when I walked into that place who was going to be special, they were all about winning. They're all about substance. They're all about getting things done completion oriented. Every time they would be a negative story out, they would put their headline on the wall. I'm like, wow, they're not running for negative stories. They would laugh at being laughed at. These guys, this is like Bill Parcells. And the Giants before they were even 500. Until recently, I'm talking about the build ourselves just 25 years. Good

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2021 CMA Awards: Chris Stapleton wins 6 but Luke Combs takes biggest

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

2021 CMA Awards: Chris Stapleton wins 6 but Luke Combs takes biggest

"Luke combs takes entertainer of the year the Country Music Association awards I marches are a lot of with the latest com says he does not deserve to win entertainer of the year but he's glad he did Old Dominion won vocal group Warner brothers Osborne won vocal duo Carly Pearce one for female vocalist and she lost it everyone you know the country music is all I'd love the big winner of the night Chris Stapleton who won six awards including male vocalist and album of the year for starting over Jennifer

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Author J. Warner Wallace: We Can All Make a Case for Jesus

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | 3 weeks ago

Author J. Warner Wallace: We Can All Make a Case for Jesus

"I'm talking to J Warner Wallace as the Eric metaxas show, go to my website, Eric metaxas dot com, sign up for the newsletter so we can send you all of these interviews because you want them and because you want to share them with your Friends, Jay Warner Wallace, what should we talk about in our final moments together today? Well, I just want to encourage people that all of us have the ability to make a case for Jesus. This is not something that's unusual. I mean, scripture shows us. This is the kind of casemaker Jesus was. I mean, think about it. After the resurrection and acts one, it says that Jesus spent 40 additional days with the disciples, giving them many and depending on the translation and convincing proofs. That's the Greek where we use for evidence. Now, they put that for a second. He's just resurrected from the grave. Do you think I really need more evident apparently? Jesus is going to give me 40 days more of evidence. Now that's an evidential approach so that even when John the Baptist has got doubts and sends his disciples, Jesus, he wants to know Jonathan, are you the one? If you're Jesus, are you a little upset with that? You're thinking to yourself, really, John, your cousin, who baptized me, who saw the spirit of God really? You have doubts. You want to tell you what? Go back and tell John, what you just saw. Any cites the miracles he had worked in front of John's disciples. That's a very evidential approach. I think that what we're doing Eric is you and I are writing books that I think are important to the church even right now at a time when the church doesn't know how important they are. There's an entire generation who wants to know not just what is true, but please tell me why you think it's true. Because this is what the culture is doing. The culture is making claims about all kinds of things and saying they're based in evidence are based in science. Yet you religious folks, you want us to believe this stuff blindly. That was never the request of Jesus. Jesus would testimony in the first century in the book of X is not your personal experience with Jesus or how he changed your life. Go read the book of X, it's the eyewitness accounts of their

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'Person of Interest' Author J. Warner Wallace Describes His New Book

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:50 min | 3 weeks ago

'Person of Interest' Author J. Warner Wallace Describes His New Book

"Person of interest is the book. Person of interest by J Warner Wallace. He is known as America's foremost cold case detective. Think about that. America's foremost cold case that kind of a big deal, J Warner Wallace, how did you get that title? Because there's a lot of cold case detectives out there. They are working at they're working hard. Who said that you were America's foremost cold case detective? Well, I'm sure they're actually I mean, just to be a big deal in your own mind is sometimes where you start, right? So that's a lot of it. I think part of it also comes from how many times I appeared on dateline, which is probably just by virtue of the fact that we're right down the road from NBCUniversal here in Los Angeles County. But I think I have been on dateline more than any other cold case detective. And so people start to think, well, yeah, you're the only one. No, there's tons of really good detectors out there who are probably even better than I am. But sometimes just ends up being the one who's the most publicized. Okay, so you're the best known cold case detective. If that. And you you've turned your attention as a cold case detective. To the Bible to Jesus, and how is this book person of interest, the new book, different from previous books? What do you do in this book? What do you try to do that you didn't do in the other books? Right. I actually think this is no other book. I mean, everyone likes to think that, right? But I think there's actually no other book that does this. So here's what we're doing in this book. I've got another book called case Christian where I'm looking at the gospels themselves. Are they reliable eyewitness accounts related to Jesus? That's considering everything inside the crime scene called the New Testament. This book rejects that, says no what pretend like all those have been destroyed. What would we know about Jesus outside the New Testament? And that's what this kind of book does. And I think what it does is it answers certain skeptical

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Dare to Be Logical

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Dare to Be Logical

"I was myself genuinely astonished that you could use logic to effectively prove the case of the resurrection. I was sure that that had to be something you just take on faith, quote unquote. But a lot of these things are canards. They're just rumors, their myths are terrible ideas. And when you start using logic, so I want to challenge people dare to be logical. You'll get scared by what you find if you don't want to find

Jake Warner Describes How Alliance Defending Freedom Is Protecting America

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:35 min | Last month

Jake Warner Describes How Alliance Defending Freedom Is Protecting America

"Sometimes we bring on folks from the ice spending freedom to help explain what it is that they do in case you don't already know. I have a with me, Jake Warner, who's a legal counsel with the alliance defending freedom and their client Scott chin. Guys, God bless you for coming on the program. Jake explain to my audience what this issue is about. Everywhere we look, there are issues like this. They're crazy. And if it weren't for 80, if the government would be getting away with murder, almost literally, go ahead and explain what this case is about. Sure. Thanks, Eric. A few months ago, the Washington Supreme Court said the state could punish a religious organization for declining to hire someone who did not share the religious faith of the organization. The Seattle's union gospel mission serves the homeless in the city of Seattle and they've done so for nearly a century. But back in 2017, a lawyer tried to apply for a position there, but he did not share their religious organizations beliefs. He didn't attend church. He didn't agree with the religious lifestyle requirements of the mission and he even applied trying to change the mission's religious beliefs to understandably the mission went with a different candidate. But this a lawyer turned around and sued the mission and the case went all the way up to the Washington Supreme Court and the Washington Supreme Court said that the mission could be punished for declining to hire this person. He did not share their beliefs. And we've now asked the U.S. Supreme Court to weigh in and hear this

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Terry McAuliffe, Democrats Were the First Questioning the 2020 Election

Mark Levin

01:56 min | Last month

Terry McAuliffe, Democrats Were the First Questioning the 2020 Election

"You know who was questioning the 2020 election before it actually occurred Ladies and gentlemen Terry mcauliffe remember the Democrats Questioning the 2020 election before it was actually taking place They talked about a lack of mailboxes Remember this rich That it was a conspiracy because the head of the postal system was appointed by Trump and there weren't enough mailboxes and they were removing mailboxes Remember that Remember they were the ones questioning the machine Where were they the dominion machines Remember they questioned the machines and the press were questioning the machines Remember all that folks Well Terry McCullough was part of that He was part of that and the young team has been running an ad About mcauliffe saying he was very concerned that 2020 election would be rigged Bill Maher asked him about it cut 7 go Do you think this next election is going to be on the up and up Oh I'm very concerned I mean I can tell you in Virginia when I was governor I had to replace all the machines His governor I got rid of all of our DRE I remember when I first voted when I went to Richmond moved down his governor I went and voted in 14 I just moved to Richmond Just got like the governor I remember I kept vote in the Senate race I voted for the Democrat Republican name kept coming up I hit the machine for Warner Gillespie's name lit up Three times that happened I did it four times So then I had investigation done So I took the machines and I hired hackers Listen to this Listen to this They were able to hack into our machines from off site off site in about 5 or 6 minutes We took them 6 minutes to hack into our atmosphere It would in four minutes they were able to change a vote It went up in two minutes change of our ID certified all the machines I was very disturbed by that It happened to me again the next year

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'Shang-Chi' Tops Box Office Again With $35.8 Million

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

'Shang-Chi' Tops Box Office Again With $35.8 Million

"The latest Marvel movie continues a winning streak at the box office that brings our family after what was a surprisingly strong Labor Day opening for movies during the pandemic Shanxi in the legend of the ten rings the first Marvel movie to star in Asian superhero stayed on top in its second weekend in theaters collecting another thirty five point eight million dollars in ticket sales it's the second best weekend gross of any film during the pandemic edging out Black Widow on Friday Disney announced that all its remaining twenty twenty one releases including the internals will open exclusively in theaters and not on Disney plus at the same time Warner brothers horror thriller malignant with the stock debut of five point six million was also released on H. B. O. Max for subscribers disease Ryan Reynolds action comedy free guy also did well during its fifth week of release it's made two hundred and seventy six million dollars worldwide I'm Jennifer king

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Here Are The Upcoming Senate Deadlines for September 2021

Axios Today

02:01 min | 2 months ago

Here Are The Upcoming Senate Deadlines for September 2021

"Today. The senate is back from recess. And september is full of deadlines actually congressional reporter. Elena trine is here with three. You need to know about good morning elena. Good morning lila. Thanks for having me. Thanks for being here. The first is september fifteenth. Can you tell us what that's about. That is the quote unquote soft deadline for the democrat. Ron committees to finish drafting their sections of the parties. Massive three point five trillion spending bill. I say three point five trillion. It may not look like that after it's negotiated as of now. It doesn't look like though actually meet that deadline but that's kind of the ambitious goal that they're working toward okay. So that's this wednesday. The next deadline is september. Twenty seventh and that has to do with infrastructure. Not the budget right. Yes the that is the deadline. That house speaker. Nancy pelosi had promised centrists that they would have a vote on the one point. Two trillion. Bipartisan infrastructure. Deal the house has been waiting to take it up similar to the fifteenth deadline. I'll be surprised if they're able to to pass that. Massive three point five trillion package by september. Twenty seven senna. Mark warner is also warning that he might vote against the three point five trillion spending package more money is an added for housing assistance. My colleague hans nichols scooped. This is just another indication that the proposal will face a variety of obstacles before the house and senate can agree to a top line number now. September thirtieth deadline is deadline. Congress has to me. Can you tell us why yes. They don't meet their deadline. Of september thirtieth the government will will shut down so essentially. The government runs out of money by september thirtieth and house. Speaker nancy pelosi and majority leader. Steny hoyer said that the house is expected to consider short term spending bill or or what they call in congress a continuing resolution. We're hearing that. It will likely extend through december but that could change as

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Arenado Hits 2 of Cards' 6 HRs in 15-4 Blowout of Brewers

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Arenado Hits 2 of Cards' 6 HRs in 15-4 Blowout of Brewers

"Nolan arenado homered twice in the first three innings of the cardinals fifteen to four dismantling of the brewers Yadier Molina hit a grand slam Harrison Peter had a three run Homer Tyler o'neill provided a two run blast and a bando Sosa added a solo shot when he pitcher Adam Wainwright held Milwaukee to Warner run over six and a third innings deadly of good rhythm going out there definitely feel like of I'm in sync with with their with them is going to continue to keep working my delivery really tight Freddy Peralta was reached for four runs over two frames the cardinals pulled within one and a half games at Cincinnati for the second NL wild card the brewers still lead the NL central by ten games over the Reds I'm Dave Ferrie

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NFL Stars Score Big in Silicon Valley

Talking Tech

01:24 min | 3 months ago

NFL Stars Score Big in Silicon Valley

"Terry whether there any particular reasons player seemed drawn to tech. I mean how did they come into this. Meeting what happened was a trump williams introduced to a venture capitalist name reclined. thomas rudy is help navigate. Numerous for athletes Successful in in attack including nba star andrei etc from the golden state warriors. Kind of led out of curiosity to his teammate. All world player steph curry who now is investing in plenty of startups in social media apps and up in the like in the nab rubbed off on them when they recruited kevin durant who had joined the words of years ago and now he's invested in in companies including a tesla post mates his own bencher company. Now where he's had programs on on. Espn plus in alike. So it just kind of like it just seemed like it'd be an overflow and i'm really surprised at that football players here particularly forty niners play in. Silicon valley weren't engaged in that. I think that is like changed with trent game. Ball in one in invest in wearables. Fintech in the like. And he got his teammate. Fred warner involved. And now they've gotten they're kind of like part of their team involved in a maybe looking into investing your money post post during their career because nfl players crews on average about three or four years and so the dot is. Hey you wanna invest your money might consider tech

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Madonna's New Warner Music Group Deal: What Could It Mean?

Pop Shop

02:38 min | 3 months ago

Madonna's New Warner Music Group Deal: What Could It Mean?

"It's a global partnership with madonna that encompasses a new agreement for her entire recorded music. Catalog the deal. That has madonna returning to her. Previous longtime label. Home includes her sire. Maverick warner catalog. Plus three most recent studio albums. I'm a rebel hearts and madame x. Were which were all released by interscope records but they will now join the warner catalog in twenty twenty five. Madonna exited interscope last year. And warner says its new agreement. Was madonna covers seventeen studio albums as well as singles. Soundtrack recordings live albums and compilations. Okay so keep. Let's talk this out for the uninitiated. Like what does this mean. What does this mean to you as a madonna fan will want. I want to say that. I don't think it's ever confirmed that. She exited interscope I believe madam x was her final album in a three album. Deal with interscope. Okay okay so i mean is it likely that she would go back to interscope. Probably not twenty twenty. Maybe a like. That's probably not the right way to say it. Then since macken came out the year prior right. Yeah but we don't i mean. Did we report that. That's what's an article on that. I'm going to go with it. You go with whoever reported that so the weights are read. This when i when i saw the press release It was carefully written to be specifically focused on her catalog meaning all previously released music. All basically all of her music except for those three albums and maybe like a live album or two from those tours were all with warner already and they continue to own oliver master recordings and oliver music so when she laughed and went to interscope A number of years ago. She didn't take anything with her. Like you know so. i'm. I'm thinking that this is kind of Partially maybe ignited by the fact that she is currently working on a bio-pic a big screen bio-pic about her life and she has already said in numerous instagram video hosts and posts. How it would cover many many highlights of her professional career that will involve music so certainly there would have to be permissions given by her old warner music group home to license out all that music to be used in

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WarnerMedia Sets Covid Vaccine Requirement for U.S. Employees

Bloomberg Radio New York

00:25 sec | 3 months ago

WarnerMedia Sets Covid Vaccine Requirement for U.S. Employees

"Media is requiring all employees to be vaccinated before they return to their offices and studios in Burbank, California next month. The company says that will be the expectations for most of their workers going forward. The media and entertainment company, which owns Warner Brothers Studios, and CNN says they'll host vaccine clinics next week at their offices in New York L A. And Atlanta CNN fired three workers this month for lying about their back to nation status.

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Medical Bills Largest Source of U.S. Debt, Study Says

Kentuckiana's Saturday Morning News

01:28 min | 3 months ago

Medical Bills Largest Source of U.S. Debt, Study Says

"Doubt Covid has been in the news and not just covid. But believe it or not, People are getting sick in other ways as well. And it's really hampering most of Americans. I think we've all been down that road where we get that medical bill, and we're like, Are you kidding me? It's like, how am I going to afford this? Well, the cost of getting sick in the U. S. Is now drowning Americans in debt. A recent study says, medical bills or the largest source of debt in the U. S from 2009 to 2000 and 20. It's a big problem. CBS is Anna Warner takes a look. Florida resident Chad Kisses medical debt story began with severe pain from herniated discs in his neck last year. I really couldn't get out of bed for more than a few minutes. Doctors told the 39 year old who runs his own small pest control business, that he would need surgery. So we check to make sure his insurance would cover it. Then went ahead. The pain was excruciating. That was probably the most pain I've ever And through, but afterwards he got stuck with a bill for a facility charge. He says the insurance company refused to pay $145,000. He says the hospital then demanded payments of $1500 a month. Right? Told them that can't happen. Can we go with something lower? And they said No. So I just stopped answering their calls. When he couldn't pay. The hospital sued him. Is this one of those things that it hits you in the gut? And you're like, Oh, boy. You know now, what do I do? Um You know, And why is it happening to me?

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Fred Warner, San Francisco 49ers Agree on 5-Year, $95 Million Extension

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:18 sec | 4 months ago

Fred Warner, San Francisco 49ers Agree on 5-Year, $95 Million Extension

"Francisco 49 Ers line linebacker Fred Warner signing a five year $95 million contract with 40.5 million guaranteed, making the first team all pro, the highest paid off ball linebacker in history. The 2000 and 18 3rd round pick out of BYU made 125 tackles last season with two interceptions and a sack while being voted To his first Pro Bowl,

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‘Space Jam’ Dunks on ‘Black Widow’ to Take Box Office No. 1

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 4 months ago

‘Space Jam’ Dunks on ‘Black Widow’ to Take Box Office No. 1

"The sequel to a popular basketball movie has scored an upset at the box office with a bunch of bad reviews and the dominance of Black Widow most movie observers didn't expect the sequel to space jam to do much damage at the box office but the live action animation surprisingly scored big studio estimates say space jam a new legacy took in thirty one point seven million dollars more than enough to beat last weekend's top movie Black Widow space jam success is a family affair with millennials who grew up on the original with Michael Jordan returning in some cases with their kids in tow to watch the follow up which stars lebron James the space jam sequel is the biggest pandemic opening for Warner brothers that's important because this year the studio is releasing all of its film simultaneously in theaters and on HBO Max I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

"I'm going to enjoy being with other moser again. Other moser is definitely not the kind of person that i would have been around back at home. That would just goof off in high school. You know go mess around. Go skip class to go fishing. I'm grateful i met him where i did. Because i got a chance to know him and really come to love him and to be his friend Other and i have just become good friends and it's a cool friendship to me because it's not one that normally would have happened and learned that it's sometimes we people's too soon so i'm grateful for the time spent with other moser but then i got to other olsen my love. Love love elson. I can't explain to you. In words the kind of relationship. I have with other olsen. We became very close just talking with each other things that we we talked to people people we met we clicked really well other olsen is going to be a friend for life from the very start. I learned gratitude for mother olsen. Whenever he prayed he would just be so grateful for everything in other ulsan. Tonight is awesome experience of learning how to use our talents to be missionaries. I got to teach people how to sing and he gets to paint a wall my job while they were painting was distracting the kids from touching the wall. I got very good at teaching kids how to play games. Turns out kids love to play ghost in the graveyard so fun. But that's my story for this year. Just telling you about my companions. I'm grateful for the things that they talked me. I'm so grateful for that for the people i've had around me up. Lifted and encouraged me. I love all of my companions. Have christmas i love you all. Thank you my story for. Twenty nineteen was about our minivan. But you need to know is we had a ford windstar that ran and ran and when we went to trade it in the dealer said. How did you even drive. This car. here is being held together by angel wings because these win stars. Don't run this long. But it finally went to winstar heaven. And so i wrote an ode to the mini van to the tune of. Oh christmas tree minivan minivan this year. We lost our scaled-down bus soul to us by aaron wallace. The day you left caused quite a fuss. You drove the kids to their first school from arizona to utah. You road like a mule all van you were the man i always was your biggest fan you brought home zachary from the maternity ward you hold the brick for our front yard. Dad was sad. You weren't a truck but on snowy drives you brought good luck own mini van ford minivan. How lovely were they sliding doors. You helped us finish all our chores. You carried priests camp girls and scouts. Our family he wrote. There's no doubt. Oh minivan our mini van. You were so white. No sign of tan ford windstar. You drove us far in auto heaven. You are a star own minivan. Ford minivan used survived brittany and divan. Oh minivan dear mini van. We can't believe how long you ran. Oh minivan our mini van. You up and left. We were bereft. A mini. van has always been my brother so we went out and got another. Oh minivan new minivan meet chrysler town and country caravan. Take to. This is me warner. Thank you for listening. I hope that these christmas stories were on entertaining for you. And maybe gave you an idea of an activity that you can do together with your family over the christmas holidays as always stay safe help you and i will meet you back here for episode. Ninety nine of the power podcasts. Next week have a very merry christmas. Bye bye.

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"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

"Hi this is justin. I'm going to share my christmas story from two thousand and seventeen spring break. Two thousand seventeen. Warner's gone wild. They say that life's a beach yet. You would never know if this were true when you live with the snow. The white warner wagon was packed to the brim. Headed south to san diego on a spring. Break whim dad. Found an amazing deal on the ksl dot com. The lawrence welk resort was going to be the bomb upon arrival. The pool was screaming our name with winter white bodies. We swam without him. Sunday was conference. We listened and learned. The couch was uncomfortable especially on my son burn. We took our tricks. South like our grandpa's of old to tour the old fort a real mormon stronghold then onto the modern fort a little further up the road it's majestic splendor speaks of a heavenly abode. Now came monday morning. The wagon was packed for lagos and beaches as a matter of fact. A land full of legos. The world's were so complete so many to play with. Oh that really was a treat. The carlsbad beach was next on our list. Mom was excited for a little pacific sun. Kiss the sand was soft and warm to the touch while the waves were hard really a bit too much. The next several days we saw many a beast elephants lions and tigers who hail from the east. The vistas were beautiful. The walking was long. The animals were gracious especially those singing. The song seaworld has many animals and fish on display dolphins who jump and dogs and cats weirdly play. The coaster was awesome. We wrote it a bunch about the last time. I nearly lost my lunch. While near the marina with reason to stay we toward an aircraft carrier the large and famous midway mom got crazy. We thought that would be all she wrote when she signed us up for a marina tour in a little speed boat. The boat's were fast and furious. We raced around with glee except for pours. Zach who had nowhere to p. r. food was exceptional authentic and real famous guido burgers. At who dad's so surreal. Life might be a beach. the sanz not ally. But it's time with my family. That makes me one happy guy. This is other warner's family. Christmas story december twenty eighteen coming to you from bethlehem south africa. get to celebrate christmas in bethlehem who would have bunk they tell us as missionaries that. Your most important convert is yourself and absolutely agree with that the growth. I've experienced over the last eighteen months. Just incredible incredible growth. That's i couldn't experience any other way. I'm very grateful for my companions who have taught to me and have helped me become who i am today. I attribute a lot of the growth. I've had as a missionary to the companions that i've got to spend time with so i just wanted to share with you about the companions. I've had in twenty eight eighteen my brothers in arms who are really truly my brothers. I love them so much. I started the year with other young men from star idaho. A young man is definitely small town. Man i worked with him in a small area in port dunford. A young man was just a hard worker. He knew that he was here. To serve the lord and we we work our butts off that transfer quite literally tell you that story later and we taught some amazing people sister tembe sister. Pinky brother aiman sister chantal Some k- some amazing people and i love l. Young for that. He just so fun to be around. He's a pretty tough guy. He's a ballplayer for how big enough other young men is. He was very quick to forgive. Especially when i hit him with the car after. I hit him with the car after we got him seated on the couch. The looked at me and said you know. I've decided that i can either be really angry at you or i can just forgive and we can laugh about this and he chose the second option. And i'm very grateful for that then. An important lesson in forgiveness both of us. Don't worry we can laugh about it now. It was scary then but we laugh at it after all the young men left. I got to train elder marred. Alice from just outside. Guatemala city in guatemala. Had no idea i would end up with a spanish speaking missionary on my door. His love for music was incredible. We sang songs with people. We played the piano together. He taught me how to play the ukulele. Other morales was always so happy ending. His smile helps a lot of people. One memory. I will always have him. It's time that we got our truck are baki stuck in the mud. Got out of the car. Heroes up his sleeves rolls up. His pants takes off. his shoes. says all right. I'm gonna push and you try to drive sadah here. That's the kind of person rallies was. Just roll up his sleeves in his pants and get to work but i left him. Got transferred to Not to lsu was from florida. He celebrated his twenty second birthday when i was with him. Mommy right that it is good to send out missionaries because they just come with such more maturity though they're missionaries we have come out far more mature than the people that come out right after high school but i'm grateful that i left after high school. I don't think that changed my mind. I'm grateful that i came when i did. I love elderly hugh he Companion only companion. I've had that was taller than me. Was the kind of person that could wake you up and get you running every morning and we did. Every single morning of that transfer. I spent with him. We would go running him for. It's the first few days. But i was so grateful achard. He's only companion. I've had that we've been able to get into a good routine of working out early. Hugh he was just so diligent is always do whatever needed to be done whenever it needed to be done. You just did it. And then other beer. I love elder beard from fiji. It's a miracle that other beers family was found and taught and baptized by missionaries. God knows who's ready for the gospel and he. He prepares away other beer. Just has the sweetest testimony of jesus christ. he says that before he joined the joined. The church he'd watched movies about christ. Anita saw him as a religious figure. You know someone that motivated people to do good and be good people but that was about it but he says that when the missionaries came started teaching his family he just felt good. My favorite story that he tells is that just before his family was baptized. They took all of their hindu idols from their house and they threw them into the river. I think that's still amazing. Just the sacrifice to leave behind old traditions and old beliefs and to come and believe in. Jesus christ i love l. dubya for that. He also taught me how to cook indian food. So prepare yourselves warner family. We're gonna have some nice curry when i get home. Then got transferred to mistero in the su- to be with other moser. Moser was from rockford. Idaho and he was a fly fisherman. We already have a fishing trip. Planned i don't know if i'm going to enjoy fishing but.

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"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

"You very much for listening to my story. This is my christmas eve. Poem from twenty sixteen and of those years had been big remodeling years. We had done a lot of remodeling in our upstairs. And in our basement and we were all pretty sick of remodeling projects. So this poem is entitled wreck. The halls halls with bows and with tinsel the warriors are using sledge hammer and chisel were wrecking the halls walls fireplace and floor. We've removed santa's chimney added a door. Zachary's bedroom used to be one end of the basement now. A row of two by four frames are nailed to the cement on five. Seventy five north in a house built with white bricks and old dog named. Toby watched his dad learn new tricks. He ripped out a fireplace and built a new arch. The indoor furniture got moved to the porch neighbors noticed the bet on the front lawn went unmade while overhead clouds rained on our redneck parade scheduling carpet. Installers for the morning on. Monday meant no couch potato. Sitting all afternoon sunday we kept the sabbath day on bare wood planks. All splintered spending the day couched outdoors thankful. The weather hadn't yet wintered. Mom tried driving the trailer to the dump. That jack knife in the way led to a thump than a bump. Everyone's favorite task was ripping the sub floor out. Neither devon sack nathan. Michael nor britney. Did pout wink wink now. The labor is done in. A new life begins with fresh. Paint a new book shelf and lockers to hang coats in. We like our new house. The lush carpet is bliss not the linoleum the stained carpet nor the fireplace. Do we miss. Thanks to all this wrecking of halls. I'll mention once more this christmas eve. Santa must.

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"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

"Be prepared to recognize and stop self sabotage for the new year and it will introduce you to how to use the podcast and get the most out of it in twenty twenty one and in two weeks. Be sure to tune in for episode ninety nine which is going to be hearing from listeners. From all over share. What their favorite episode or take away from the past two years of the power. Podcast has been. I'm so excited for the episode to hear front and share you my listeners with other listeners and without further ado i present. Today's episode ninety eight warner family. Favorite christmas stories hidden disco test test test test test test. Test colorful mistake by me. Zachary warner it has been a long time since the time. I was with my cousins and we put on makeup. Well first let me get the story straight. Even though it makes me go all over the place about two to three years ago. Me and my family went up to my uncle's cabin with the rest of my cousins. For years eve for some reason that a totally don't know there was hardly any snow but it was still cold now that i realized i did not need that comment up on the second store. Hurry of the cabin was my girls. My girl cousins room unpronounceable. I was really good friends with them so they let me inside. We kinda just played around like jumping on each other from the top of the bunk bed pillows included. This went for on for about five seconds until we stopped. I think then one have them full out some makeup. And then they put it on my favorite cousin gracie me not knowing anything about fashion. Thought it would be a great idea to have someone myself soon enough. My face was covered with green purple. And whatever color makes you look like alien then we got to make me go downstairs trying to scare people. I started with my sister's getting her making her make me put my make my face be cleansed. I told her that we all had makeup. So our little stunt did not last very long after that me and my cousin played with lincoln logs and ending up throwing horses at each other then the next day our continued when they got out the makeup again. Clearly little brothers needed a new. Look this is how we test that. The yeti microphone the mediocre phone. This is the microphone family. Pictures look very nice. Are they fun. You better think twice family pictures. Don't take long well. Guess what you're wrong in this ghost town required not to frown in the old buildings hideaway wishing this wouldn't take all day. The resident fall died and we had one ride payment. That was our pictures with her. Do there were some cows and mom said. Wow what a great background for my pictures. Now to the trees glad. There aren't bees but a photo bombing. Mom there is. We each get pick while we get a kick of beating dad with a stick. This is my family whom i love mutt. Who i love very much with each quirk. I hope they don't smirk at the pick of my torque chicken nugget towpik kansas topeka kansas. My mommy makes me moi a miserable. Okay this is nathan. Warner's christmas story from twenty nineteen sister wildly turns to look at nathan with an expression of pure horror as if she had just driven her car off a cliff. Not yet fully. Comprehending the mistake. She just made nathan. How is that head of yours. I dunno pretty bad. I guess the situation was looking pretty dire but duty calls back in the second grade. When i was a wee lad. I made a decision that would forever change my life for the better. My best friend informed me that she was moving to somewhere in highland. What am i to do. Exclaims the miniature nathan without emma. I won't have anyone to play tag with and recess will be offered. When the day of reckoning finally came anything trade something he would have never done before bump bomb bomb. He went and played soccer. Nathan's love for soccer. Grew more and more with each year. His dad's signed him up for wreck team league. Later that year at school he became friends with all of the best soccer players. In each time they heard the harmonious sound of the bell. The game was on games of lightning world cup in games of pure school. Soccer run baby talks of neymar messy and rinaldo became quite frequent and nathan jumped in on the messy bandwagon. The first soccer game i ever watched was the argentina versus iran. Game in two thousand and fourteen never before had. I felt so passionate about some thing. Everyone esteems to be so boring soon. He began to follow argentina as they went to the world cup finals against germany. That sunday in primary brother streeter had a single hello song in german spanish. In honor of that great matchup. The game went into extra time. We turned it on right after we got home from church. The first time. The the little mormon boy nathan had ever watched sports match on sunday as much as nathan loves watching soccer. He loved playing at more. I don't mean to brag. But i've had a pretty less serious career. Let's break down. The statistics play the sports center. Music noise now. I have scored zero red cards. I've probably had a couple of red yellow cards though. I've scored two goals as goalie. I've made more than one safe. At least my penalty kicks. I'm to into in regulation and one in four shootout and those two goals that i scored was playing defender so pretty proud about that are part for. I looked out on the field to where my teammate laid on the ground crying in pain it was clear that she just broke her leg. Nathan if you don't play or team will have enough people to play. Okay then just please. Don't tell my mom. It ended up being a career year for me. I played two games. That i wasn't supposed to be in because i had a concussion. And i scored two goals. Both of them crosses including the most legendary headshot that puts headed against the best team in the league. Thank.

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"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

"Do want to remind you to just make sure you are subscribed to receive the monday message. Weekly email you do that by going. to me. Warner dot com. Hit the subscribe button. Give me your email and each week. I will send you an inspirational message along with news about the podcast so that you never miss an episode and especially coming up is the unveiling of the twenty twenty one power podcast season with such a cool theme. I am so stoked for twenty one. It is going to be an amazing podcast year. Where every episode is designed to be progressive and to help you literally transform your life and become better and better no matter what happens if we get hit with pandemics earthquakes. No matter whatever happens in twenty twenty one. This will help you. Stay grounded and maintain clarity no matter what comes our way so i want to officially and cordially invite you to make sure to join me for the twenty twenty one season of the power. Podcast if you haven't had a chance yet to watch the introductory webinar four. The twenty twenty one podcast season. Make sure to go to malaysia. Warner dot com on the homepage. You can register to watch that webinar. It's free it's titled. Unlock your power. In twenty twenty one it will teach you three ways that your brain sabotages your new year's goals so that you can.

"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

"And happy holiday everyone. Today is episode ninety eight and to celebrate the week of christmas. We are coming to you today. Sharing some of our favorite warner family christmas stories. This is me warner. Welcome to the podcast. We have just two episodes left apart when he twenty season. Our theme has been power perspective with episodes designed to help you change your life by seeing things in a new way. And i just wanted to share with you something fun and family to wish you a merry christmas and a.

"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

"I don't wanna have problems. The goal in life is to solve of my problem so that they don't have any more. The shift from that old thinking to the new perspective of problems are good. Problems are growth opportunities and problems can be an indication that i'm doing everything exactly right that i am growing that i am working through resolving one set of problems in order to open the door to greater opportunities and yes that will mean a new set of problems but worked through those problems and you open the door to greater opportunity of problems and that is how we grow. And that's really. Our goal for life is that we want to be working through. Sets of problems continually upgrading to higher quality problems. Solve this set so that we can move on the warning. Bell goes off when we are sa-duk in the rut of recycling. The same old problems the same old relationship issues. The same old health issues the same things over and over again. That means we're not really solving those problems. Because when we truly solve the problem it will move us up and opened the door to have higher quality problems. So what do you think how phil. What is your perspective now about the problems that you're facing in your life when we remember that number one our brains need problems to solve. Problems are the foundation of human growth and experience then our perspective toward problems becomes empowering and we can actually approach problems feeling energized and up to the challenge number two. When we understand that problems are just situations they're neutral. They're neither good nor bad. Then we can take more rational logical more powerful approach to solving the problem and moving on without getting all tangled up in the drama of the issue and number three when we can discern power problems from fear problems when we can discern lower quality from higher quality problems. Then we can make sure to focus on getting out of old problem rats and make sure that we are progressing upward through a series of higher quality problems. I hope that this episode has given you a new attitude a new power perspective about your approach to problems. This is me warner..

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"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

"Grateful for medical experts services insurance healthcare and the support that we have people excelling at their jobs doing their day to day job in such a marvelous way makes a huge impact for individuals and families and we were the beneficiaries of that this past week and number three. I love my girl. i'm so glad he's here. I'm so glad. She sent a text that she wasn't feeling well. I'm grateful that my son was there to get her in and get her help and that we're where we are today. It's nice to have her home where she can work on her college classes and assignments online. I have to say it's a bit like when she was a newborn. And i just wake up in the night worried and i go in and i look at her and she has a little monitor on her arm that i can just scan an so. I can her blood sugar levels and last night. She said mom. You don't have to wake up. I have my alarm set. I will check and i know. I know she's old enough to do this. I know she will be doing it. But it's just me that. I just wake up and i go in and check on her. And hopefully we'll get a pattern and get over that so that we can both sleep through the night that hug your people. If you have there in person in person and those that you can't see in person give him a facetime call give them as zoom call so glad that she's here and we really are doing well this week. Thank you for tuning in and listening. I hope that you've learned something. Helpful about type one diabetes today. If you don't receive my monday message weekly. Email head right over to me warner dot com and sign up for that because they have some special content in development for the new year. That's always be safe. Stay healthy have a wonderful thanksgiving holiday. Whatever that looks like for you. This year and leah warner. I will meet you back here next week for another great episode of the power podcast..

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"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

"Everybody is someone who my favorite anything zero gotta be strong and he's out of his shirt and he's gotta be fresh turn off. All right, that should just set up perfectly for our magpie-jay out today will give everybody. I hope that got you energized. My name is Malia day Warner the author of the book of life at the magpie. And these Facebook lives are where we take the book chapter by chapter and discuss the self-help principal that's hidden within the story. And today we are on chapter 13 rescue. It's just a little chapter in the book. But this was one of my biggest aha light bulb things that I learned about this period of my life. So raise your hand out there if you have ever wanted to be rescued. So yep. Think especially as girls we grow up with the fairy tales that are knight in shining armor is going to slay the dragon and free us from the castle and give us the magical kiss and suck at it will save us and so maybe we take that into our real life that someone is just going you know, when we're in a crisis someone is going to show up and rescue us and then what happens girls right as you get married and your knight in shining armor has to work graveyard shift guarding the castle and so he can't slay your dragons and you're you just realize oh, I guess it's me. I guess I'm going to be off my dragon because he's got a job. I've got a job where where is our rescuer coming from? So this little chapter has actually hit home. A big I don't not a big nerve, but it's resonated and even back when I was taking drafts of the manuscript to write in classes and to writing, it says I would get a lot of comments about this this little section about my just wanting to be saved from my life. And so today the theme for our mad pipe chat is how to come to your own Rescue Bots how to be the hero.

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"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

"The power podcast is here to give you power to change power to see and power to move forward. So welcome. I'm your host Malia Warner and today is episode 88 abortion law empathy and agency..

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"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

"The power podcast is here to give you power to change power to see and power to move forward. So welcome. I'm your host Malia Warner and today is episode 88 abortion law empathy and agency..

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"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

"Walk into the power podcast in our twenty twenty thousand thirteen power perspective I'm Malia Warner this episode seventy two lives of the magpie bonus chapters eighteen and nineteen. High friend and welcome I. AM so glad you're here today. Have I got news for you. This has been an amazing weekend on Friday. The kindle. Version of lies of the magpie launched on Amazon. This has been a long long long day coming I can't even express in brief words, the many many many lonely, writing sessions fighting with words and self doubt to get to this point that is celebration right there to be done to be finished to a point and putting it out into the world. Then by Friday night, and in the middle of doing laundry and find out that. Liza. The Magpie is a number one best seller on Amazon. Mind, blown. Thank you, everyone who has purchased the kindle version and shared this journey with me. I love you so much. especially I know there were some of you that were really waiting for the print version. The preferred the print version over the kindle copy so I, could not have been more surprised and excited than when Saturday. Amazon delivered my print proofs earlier than expected and let me paint picture for you of where I was and what I was doing when I saw the very first printed copy of my very first published book. We had left early that morning. We did a seven mile hike. It was my husband's birthday and that's what he wanted for. His birthday was a family hike. We came home, hot, sweaty, dusty tutor in the house, so we ate sandwiches outside and ended up having this massive family water fight and I can't even tell you how many buckets of water I had. Had dumped over my head, so because I was already sweating, dusty and dirty and wet and needed a shower. I decided that would be a good time to get the weeds out of the garden, so I started reading the garden, and I have my hands, all dirty and my husband, who will forever more share his birthday with my book birthday, which is. Is just so apropos to his support and role that he's played in all of this process. He comes to the garden, carrying a box, and it looks like just the perfect size box to hold three sample copies of lies of the Magpie. And I, my heart just leaps and I'm going. Is this my book so I don't even go inside or Wash My. My hands or anything I just opened the box and there it was my book in printed form, which somehow just makes it even all the more real to have it out of a computer file, and be able to hold it in my hands, and flip pages and smell the newness of the book and see it all. Come together and have this realization. This book, and it's a real book and it looks great. and. Yes, my printed sample copy has my grimy muddy fingerprints all over the front cover, which is okay, because it has a big old ugly bar across the front that says not for resale proof copy that will just always be my copy for me with my muddy grubby fingerprints all over the front cover. And what does this mean for you? I have been through that sample cover. I've checked all the page numbers and the formatting, and all the chapters are there and nothing is missing, and there are no duplicate pages, and everything lined up and looks great, and I approve the copy which means drum.

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"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

"And so in the book I've struggled with whether or not to mention it and if I do mention it then how and how to describe it and I have written a dozen of variations of that experience some in great detail trying to capture the significance of the experience for me in a way readers could feel and understand in the end. What's going into the book? What's going to be committed to? Print is the best most appropriate most open while also protecting my personal treasure version of the experience fit for the purpose of this story. This book and the role of this particular spiritual encounter in my healing journey. And though I've done the very best that I can I know it still limited. So I can relate to various recordings of Joseph Smith's experience and I'm so grateful to him and two others who made any attempt at all to capture spiritual experience and to try to fit it into limited human words and want to finish today with sharing some of the perspectives. Some of the takeaways that I draw from the story of Joseph Smith spiritual encounter. I've mentioned some of them as we've gone along for me the number one takeaway is there is a god. I refer to this divine intelligence this energy this immense power of love as God. I think that there are many names that are equally insufficient to attempt to label this great power of love and intelligence the takeaway for me is there is God. There is a higher power and this higher power is very much. Aware of us has a whole and individually and is very interested in the smallest details of our life this power God is accessible anyone at any time has the opportunity and the ability to reach out to connect for me a big takeaway is that. I don't have to sit lost in this life with unanswered questions that I can take my questions directly to the highest power of intelligence in the universe and receive answers and those answers will be fitting for me another takeaway as I need quiet space and time alone God will not barge into my life. God allows me to seek an invite. It's kind of fascinating to think what information or experienced got his waiting to share when I take a minute to knock on heaven's door. How do we commune with the Divine? Certainly spiritual encounters are more likely to happen in times of quiet and solitude. It reminds me of day inexperienced. I had as a twenty one year old missionary. I was living in France and my goal at that time was to proselytize and to find converts and we were always very engaged. In this work we would leave the apartment early in the morning and not return to our apartment until late at night. We were out talking with people on the streets and on the buses and knocking on doors and it was a very engaging and even exhausting work but I had this one day when my companion was very sick and we couldn't leave the apartment and she was sound asleep in the bedroom and I had time to myself in the office. We had a little office. We had a bedroom and a little office in a little kitchen. And it was a unique pocket of space and time for me when I was just praying and reading the Scriptures and reading through my Journal and Writing in my journal and I had a beautiful spiritual encounter that day that is still powerful and memorable to me and I think it's fascinating that in the day to day grind of missionary work isn't when I had those encounters but in the times of quiet when we took a pause from the missionary work and this is what fills like is happening. In my life my companions my human companions are sick or trying not to get sick and so we are all a little isolated in our own offices in our own rooms with this opportunity for quiet for space for solitude. And because of this unique alignment of social distancing and social blackout and the exact commemoration of the two hundred year anniversary of Joseph. Smith's first vision. This has me thinking about spiritual encounters and the opportunity that we have over the next days and weeks to reconnect with our spirit to reconnect with the divine. And for however that works for you today. I just wanted to share this story. I think it's a compelling story. I think it's an interesting story regardless whether you're a religious person or not or what religion you affiliate with. I do think it's an interesting story. And I just wanted to share and share some of my perspective about spirituality and connecting with the divine connecting with our higher power and. I hope that's okay that I've shared some personal things with you. I wish you the best my friends. I hope you are well. I wish you help. I wish you safety. I am praying my family. We are praying as many of you are as well. I me Warner and I will meet you back here next week with another episode of the Power. Podcast until then please take care bye bye..

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"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

09:34 min | 1 year ago

"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

"I call everybody up at that point. Come help with dinner and we all were together to prepare the dinner. We eat dinner together and then we all clean it up together and I'm liking it. Dinnertime is more enjoyable to me. I feel like I'm teaching some cooking skills and some kitchen skills in the process. We also have a lot more conversations during that time. It doesn't happen every dinner time. We don't do it all the time. Dad Cooks offense. Sometimes I ended up just cooking too but I like it. I like this. Everyone pitching in altogether. I want to say here for you. Mama's with little's at home is that your life right now is not about maintaining a clean house. I hope you have thrown that expectation out the window. Having toys out mean that your kids are playing and play is their work. That's how they learn. That's how they explore. You know if your house is clean that means the kids have been watching. Tv Albay right when you really need the house to be clean when guests are coming over you park your kids in front of the television so this stage of life is not about maintaining at clean house but it is about training young children towards order organization responsibility work ethic a sense of accomplishment and belonging in the family so a good goal rather than feeling that the house needs to be tidy one hundred percent cleaned up all day. A good goal is to focus on training kids towards organization. Maybe there's one time during the day where you tidy up and you sing the Barney cleanup song. This probably happens at night but certainly if you are by yourself cleaning everything up. That's a great time to say. Why am I doing this one last little story that I will tell on my son? He hasn't listened to this podcast so he takes an early morning religion class in early morning. Seminary class we take him at six thirty in the morning and that was his choice by the way because he wanted to fit stage crew into his schedule. I on the other hand would much rather have him take seminary during the daytime. And then I don't have to put on my Parka and boots and drive him an icy cold car at six thirty in the morning during the winter in Utah so things were fine fall semester and then something happened right around the Christmas break and he stopped waking up on his own and my husband and I were finding that it was time to leave and we were going down the stairs to his bedroom and waking up and then he was rushing and I was done with that I said why am I doing this and so one morning. I didn't wake him up and he slept through his class. And I'm not saying this is the right or wrong. Parenting thing to do to make your own choices about that. I'm just giving an example that this was one thing one of my life that I felt I didn't need to be doing that. That was not a task that I wanted to have part of my life. I wanted to be able to focus on my morning routine. Not Trekking downstairs to try to rouse asleep teenager so slept through class and didn't know if it would work or not but he's been waking up on his own ever since and I haven't had to go downstairs and wake him up so asking the I in the why why am I doing this. Number four variation is exploring the why. Why am I doing this? Why is the motive? Am I doing this? Out of obligation out of duty out of habit. Is it to keep up an appearance. Am I doing something because I feel the need to keep persona or a facade that I have to maintain so under this? I WANNA go back to the story expecting Adam. One of my favorite parts is Martha tells a story that she goes to class one day at a graduate level. Harvard discussion type class and she arrives a little early so she goes upstairs to visit one of her friends. Who is teaching in the Psychology Division? And this teacher is conducting research. And I can't remember what type of research it was. But it required a Kiddie Pool. You know the the children's sized Kiddie pools that you purchase in the summer. And you fill them up with your hose and this particular pool was decorated with smurfs. You know those blue cartoon characters that used to be on TV. Papas Murph. And BABETTE'S MERV. I can't remember brainy smurfs and that's it was a smart kitty pool so she gets talking with the teacher and they go and she realizes that she's running late for class so she runs back downstairs goes to her classroom and her colleagues are all in the middle of a discussion and they. Oh Martha you're late and she said Oh. I'm sorry I was just upstairs talking with Dr. So and so about her smurfs pool and the the colleagues and the professor of the class immediately go. Oh yes I've heard about smurfs experiments and fascinating information they're gathering and someone else in the class pipes in. Oh yes I have. I've just read the article about smurfs research fascinating things there. Discovering and Martha has kind of this out of body experience where she's watching everyone in the class. Pretend that they know about smurfs research. And they have no idea that she's talking about a Kiddie Pool painted with blue cartoon people and they all think that. S- Murph is some big researcher and she realizes how everyone at Harvard is just like her they all feel the need to keep up the imperious that they are intelligent that they've read every groundbreaking research article that has come out and that they can never let down their guard that maybe they missed something and she. Has this really awesome moment. Of what is going on here. And so like her husband. This is one of her first experiences. That really cracks her open and gets her asking. Why am I doing this? What is this really all about? Do I even really want the Harvard degree. Do I really want the academic lifestyle? We do a lot of stuff in our life out of duty social pressure religious tradition family tradition cultural tradition habit and these can all be decent reasons. I probably the majority of the time feed my children because I'm obligated to do so our gone that getting to the more altruistic motives. I love them too. But you get my point here stopping to ask ourselves. Y leads to greater self awareness which leads to deeper purpose and meaning and opens a life lived with greater passion. What is my. Why am I doing this because I feel I should ought or have to? You can go back and listen to episode number two. What do I want? The power of desire and that episode talks about finding out are why you can see why it's a powerful question and there are so many times you can use it individually with your spouse with your family just stopping and asking. Why are we doing this? Why are we fighting? Why are we arguing about this? Why are we constantly having this mess in this particular place just stopping an asking the question immediately shifts perspective and get you out of the automatic brain mode and into your deliberate authentic self mode? It's the power of asking good questions and this is a good question. Why am I doing this hope? It helps this week as you find opportunities to ask yourself the questions. Why am I doing this? Why am I doing this? Why am I doing this and why am I doing this? This is me Warner. Thank you so much for tuning in today. Remember to review why because I would really appreciate it and it helps this podcast to grow and you can't figure out how to access the podcast reviews in slave teenager to help you with the cast. Have a great week night brands bye-bye..

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"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

"Let your body know that you appreciate it. Every cell in our body has intelligence. The human body is miraculous and you are able to communicate to your body. Audie our body knows how to heal itself. It knows how to function and it does better. When it has positive support support from the intelligence from the spirit that inhabits it so kind of crazy on a podcast to talk through doing stretching but I just want you to get back to get your minds open to the idea of how simple it is to move every morning every morning cats and dogs do it they get up? Yep they stretch. They don't just run into their day when we get off the pillow our next are all keen on. Our backs are keen from the way that we slept and all of the stress of the D.. Before of course let's take some time to stretch an open in be in our body bonus here at the end of your stretching eighteen. Do Jumping Jacks good old fashioned jumping. Jacks get the adrenaline going especially in the winter months when it just is so hard to get out of the warm in bed you don't want to go out to the gray gloomy sky get the adrenaline going in your energy going and it cleans out the lymph nodes so so jump on your bed. DO JUMPING JACKS I. Jump on my mini trampoline. Get the adrenaline going. It's so good. Get that body moving one very very important. Think this time for you. This stretching time is is not about judging your body it is not a time to be critical of the belly or the bomb or the Jiggle on your legs or or how. You can't even see your toes. Let alone touched them. It's not about any of that. This is about you the fact that you a have a body the fact that you can take a breath. It doesn't matter what your range of motion is. All that matters is that you oh experience your range of motion move your body now. It might be that right now. Listening to this. You're thinking I have not moved my body in so many years. It's not even worth trying. It's lake too late to get started. Oh No it is never too late to stretch. It's just time for you. It's just time for you. It's not about losing weight. It's not about making your body. Look a certain way. It's not about weight training or getting more flexible though you will get more flexible. But it's not about that. It's really about communication. It's about `bout movement. It's about talking with your body. It's about getting communication to flow better through your body and always always better if that communication is positive. So what do you do every day. You stretch approach and that stretch time is your time. It is a negative thought free zone. It is a judgement free zone in that period of time your body is perfect awesome spectacular and you get that at that time for you to experience and be in your body and you're going to start doing it right away and do it everyday three days from now on because it fills so good there are so many things we feel like we have to do in life and stretching is one of those things that we get to do. It feels so good. I am thrilled for view to have this stretching time I can hardly wait. I'm so excited for the next moment that you get to take tomorrow morning whenever it is that you get to take time to stretch and feel so good. Our life is a journey of stretching and growth and our body is are traveling companion and it wants to stretch and grow with us. So what do you think has today's episode giving you a new perspective about about your body and your perspective about moving your body. I hope so because you are awesome and your body is awesome. I want you to would experience an amazing life in your body. Thank you for joining me. This is me Warner. I wish you got your next week for another great episode of the Power Podcast by..

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"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

"Hello this is me Warner. Welcome to power principles the PODCAST. Today we are talking about how we can give the gift of enough to ourselves elves and two others this holiday. This is episode forty seven the Gift of enough for Christmas. Hi Friends it. It is December. Can you believe it. In fact December is almost a third of the way over the next three episodes. We are going to be talking talking about three gifts of Christmas fitting for the holiday season and these are not the kind of gifts that you go out to buy or you drop in your Amazon Carte. They're even better. These are gifts of the heart. They are gifts you bestow on yourself and others. I like that word. Bestow bestow is another way to say to give or to confer but another meaning of the word bestow Asto is to us or to apply and I love bestowing a gift that someone can really use that someone can really apply. Yes I am. The person who likes functional practical gifts even better. There is an older and more archaic meaning in for the word bestow which actually means to how something to provide lodging for something to stow it to deposit or store store it so when I imagined bestowing the gift of enough for Christmas I imagine it being something you can use apply right that. It's you can house enough. You can stow it away. You can still away enough for any time that you need it when Christmas Christmas when I was nine or ten about that age somewhere probably between fourth and sixth grade. Because I remember the pictures of me that Christmas I have the really huge buck teeth and that year my dad got a big present. And you know when you're a little kid how excited you are when there is something big in the living room and you wonder what it could be you think of all the possibilities. It turned out to be a giant tool chest for my dad's garage. It was read it. Wish Chine- It was clean. It had slide out drawers in all different sizes. I could've played with it all day. Just opening and closing the drawers and thinking of which little Knick knacks in different sizes what fit perfectly in that chest. It was the perfect place to stow Dole things especially useful things the perfect place to keep useful tools organized and readily.

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"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"warner" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

"Gratitude is the quick simple tool to grab to put you in conscious deliberate thinking mode the minute you say the words I am grateful four. You have put you your intelligence in charge of your brain. You've you've shut down the brain screen saver mode and you are telling the brain what you want to think about. You are giving the brain the the images and the sentences you want it to concentrate on so part two of the experiment. After you've spent some days spent Bento Week observing your morning. Thoughts is to wake up and say ten things. You are grateful for in your mind number one. I am grateful for breath number two. I am grateful that I get to fill the sun on my face today number three. I am grateful. Fold that I get to hug my child before they go to school and on and on and if you have a hard time coming up with ten things to be it grateful for don't judge yourself it's a practice try it do it come up with one thing come up with two thinks your brain is going to fight you on this. Your brain is going to you. Say Oh that's so cheesy. You're grateful cheese. That's ridiculous and you just tell your brain where to go. You just try to take a hike. I am grateful for cheese. The the more you do it the more naturally at flows and the more you're going to observe things in your day that you are genuinely grateful for what what you'll notice from this morning practice of gratitude. Is that your feelings change. You change from feeling dread for the day to who feeling excited for the day the day becomes an adventure full of possibilities. The other thing you'll notice is that problems get smaller or resolve more more easily and this is because gratitude raises your brain to a higher vibration and a lot of times when we're feeling stuck like we can't get past this problem that we're just hitting against hitting up against it. It's because we are in low energy mode and we don't have enough energy to plow through that a problem or to jump over it and the practice of gratitude raises our energy vibration and so we are powering through problems. We we suddenly have the energy and the power to get through them and resolve them and it fills a lot more effortless. Here's a real life story and example it just this morning. I knew that I was going to be recording this podcast and so I was doing this. I was staying in bed observing my thoughts and practicing morning gratitude gratitude and I started listing number ten number nine number eight and at number five. I had an epiphany about my writing so I am deep. In the mode of editing lies of the Magpie. I have a deadline to get the manuscript to my editor and the number five as I was expressing number five. I am grateful for I had an epiphany about my writing thoughts and how they were limiting and so even my was practicing gratitude. I became aware that I had some underlying limiting thoughts about my writing that I wasn't moving fast enough that I didn't have enough. Have time to finish the edits and right then I chose new thoughts. I fired those actors. I gave them new scripts and I began working my thoughts. I I have plenty of time. Everything is just right. I am right on schedule. The edits are going amazingly. Well I work mark prolifically. I work effectively. I take decisive action with what to edit and I fired my problem seeking brain and and told my brain what I wanted it to think I wanted to have plenty of time because whatever is on the stage of our brain our brain will solve four so the practice of gratitude puts you in charge of your life. It puts you in the driver's seat the practice of gratitude get you on a higher vibration abrasion and enables you to see solutions and sulfur problems. So when you wake up tomorrow morning instead of tossing and turning and feeling guilty and dreading the day just lie there take a breath. Observe your thoughts separate the you from your automatic brain and take notice of what's going on. Watch the play for a while. Then when you're ready begin deliberately practicing gratitude ten things you're are grateful for in the morning. Include what you look forward to in that day and if you feel you have nothing to look forward to in your day than it is essential that you start start to practice this every morning. Then wait and see the subtle and dramatic changes. That begin to happen in your life so choose news deliberate conscious morning thoughts because either you run the day or the day runs you. Eleanor Roosevelt said with the new day comes new strength breath and new thoughts. This my friends is the power of morning thoughts. This is me Warner. Thank you for joining me. You can begin to practice the power gratitude right now by clicking on reviews and writing why you are grateful for the power principles podcast. I am grateful you did that. And I'll see you back here next week for another great episode..

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