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Join us as we discusses current affairs and the Winter Coat Drive. We will get into the March on Washington and race relations, and our Winter Coat Drive. And of course we will have the post of the week from our FB group Visual Thoughts and talk about out Winter Coat Drive!
HOW TO MAINTAIN MY COAT OF FAVOR THROUGH MY LIFE TIME.
Psalm 5:3 In the morning, Lord, you hear my voice; in the morning I lay my requests before you and wait expectantly. In the morning, Lord, you hear my voice; in the morning I lay my requests before you and wait expectantly.
On this week's program the hosts are joined by the great dad Chris Jackson. Chirs will be discussing the upcoming coat drive the Great Dads Society Atlantic City Chapter is holding. The Atlantic City Chapter is proud to announce our first annual Great Dads Society Winter Coat Drive and Holiday non perishable food item donations.
We looking for your help to expand this this idea across the entire GDS community. We need used good condition winter coats, NEW socks & underwear (all sizes both genders), and non perishable food items. In my little corner of the world here in Atlantic & Cape May Counties, New Jersey. Chris has set up 2 donation drop off centers. 401 West Ave Ocean City, NJ 08226 known as 4th Street Service Center & 26 Vernon Rd Marmora, NJ 08223. Drop off at these locations can be made 8am-5pm Monday-Friday without an appointment. Please call for directions or to make an appointment (609-391-0993) with Atlantic Cape Transportation to schedule an evening drop off or to have your donation picked up. We are a great group and during this season of giving let us come together and show our communities what we can do.
We will also be talking about Thanksgiving traditions & the knockout game once again, which seems to gotten the attention of mass media since we spoke about it last month.
Don't miss this show which is bound to be another classic that millions will download for the holiday commute
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As part of an ongoing series, we have been interviewing Chris Larsen, Malware Research Team Leader at Blue Coat, on a number of topics including malware attacks and government.
Today, we are speaking with Chris about his presentation from RSA 2013, which focused on log tracking an organization’s riskiest users to find the bad guys.
in The Bible
In this continuing chapter-by-chapter and verse-by-verse Bible study, teacher and commentator Randall K. Harp explores the envy of Joseph by his brothers because of the favoritism shown him by their father.
If you enjoy this episode, you may also enjoy the devotional book Illumine Me by Randall K. Harp. Click here to learn more.
IS CHIVALRY DEAD OR ALIVE & IS CHIVALRY LIVING INSIDE OF YOU? Real Talk Live 216 family, Can we have a real conversation this evening talking about the one thing that was instilled in me as yoing child growning up in Cleveland, Ohio and that was "CHIVALRY." What ever happened to paying for dinner and drink, pulling out someone chair, holding the door fo someone, walking on the outside closest to the streets, helping a lady put her coat coat on or better yet asking her to the prom instead of texting her.
Jon, Don and Jane will integrate thoughts into true, committed actions and testify on the validity of actually mirroring Jesus in the toughest command of them all.
38“You have heard that it was said, ‘AN EYE FOR AN EYE, AND A TOOTH FOR A TOOTH.’ 39“But I say to you, do not resist an evil person; but whoever slaps you on your right cheek, turn the other to him also. 40“If anyone wants to sue you and take your shirt, let him have your coat also. 41“Whoever forces you to go one mile, go with him two. 42“Give to him who asks of you, and do not turn away from him who wants to borrow from you. (hear the rest of the text during the show)
in Self Help
For the month of March, we'll discuss spring cleaning our home, our minds, and removing toxic people from our lives.
A common problem that people struggle with is removing clutter from their homes. We tend to want to save everything because "we may need it/can still use it one day." Do you REALLY need to keep that winter coat from 1975 just in case your granddaughter needs it? What do you plan to do with your college notes and research papers when you graduated 10 years ago? Why do we hold onto things we no longer need? Does having a lot of stuff really make you feel good or are these things controlling your life? Is the statement "A cluttered home represents a cluttered mind" true?
in Self Help
The biblical story of David and Goliath is probably the most well-known underdog story in the world.
Goliath is a giant warrior who battles a much-smaller shepherd boy, David. David shoots him with a stone and a sling right between the eyes, Goliath topples over, and David kills him.
David and Goliath is "a metaphor for improbable victories," Gladwell explained during a Ted Talk in September. "Why do we call David an underdog? Well, we call him an underdog because he's a kid, a little kid, and Goliath is this big, strong giant. We also call him an underdog because Goliath is an experienced warrior, and David is just a shepherd. But most importantly, we call him an underdog because Goliath is outfitted with all of this modern weaponry, this glittering coat of armor and a sword and a javelin and a spear, and all David has is this sling."
The first mistake history has made when retelling the tale of David and Goliath is to assume that David was a helpless boy who only had a wimpy slingshot to protect himself, Gladwell said.
That's because there were three types of warriors in ancient times: people who fought with slings and archery (David), foot soldiers who were good at up-close combat with swords (Goliath), and people on horseback.
Goliath was a foot soldier; David was a slinger. When put this way, and you note that Goliath and David were fighting from somewhat of a distance, it makes David's weapon choice seem smart. He's good at attacking with accuracy from afar.
It also makes you understand why Goliath was in trouble the moment David whipped out his sling. If David never got close to him, how could he attack and defeat him?
"Goliath is a sitting duck. He doesn't have a chance," Gladwell concludes.
You can get more information about Malcolm Gladwell at http://gladwell.com/
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