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Andy Lee Graham is an professional traveler, non-stop world travel for 16+ years, and visited 90+ countries, he is fielding questions from readers on anything. 50 plus years old, he understand retirement abroad, living in paradise, and how to make money while living anywhere, and everywhere. Andy just released his first book, "The Rule of Travel."
This is the voice versio of Andy answering questions on his Hobo Traveler YouTube Channel.
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Join Joe Enroughty, Jeff Kleb, Alex Butler, and Jeffry Sanford on Monday, March 23rd at 7pm Eastern, as they welcome Libertarian Andy Craig who is running to represent Wisconsin's 4th Congressional district in the 2016 election. Andy will talk to us about his personal fight with the FDA, his 2016 campaign, and much more. And your hosts will have a lot to discuss as well. Tune in for a great evening of libertarian political talk. Feel free to call in with your thoughts and questions. The call in number for the show is: (347)-994-2949.
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Matt 4:18-20 18 As Jesus was walking beside the Sea of Galilee, he saw two brothers, Simon called Peter and his brother Andrew. They were casting a net into the lake, for they were fishermen. 19 "Come, follow me," Jesus said, "and I will make you fishers of men." 20 At once they left their nets and followed him. Andy Stanley makes this observation: When Jesus called his disciples, he told them what he wanted to make them to be. He didn’t say, I want to make you to be more disciplined (although that would have been great). He didn’t say I want to make you more religious. He didn’t say, I want to make you more theologically astute so you can answer any questions about the mysteries of the universe. He said…I want to make you to be something very special and very specific. I want to make you fishers of men. Now it makes sense that he would use this metaphor. We know that at least four of his 12 disciples had been apprenticed in the fishing industry: James, John, Peter, and Andrew. Three of those four were actually in his inner circle (Peter, James, John).
It also makes sense that he would use this comparison because when he called them they were actually fishing at that moment. So he said, you have been an apprentice in the fishing business, and its great that you are good at catching fish and selling them for profit. But I am going to apprentice you in a brand new business with profit for eternity. I am going to teach you to do what I do and make you fishers of men. This is still one of the primary objectives that Jesus has for his followers. So let’s ask the question: How many of you have chosen to follow Christ?
To find out more about Andy Stanley visit http://northpoint.org/
Tonight on Death The Show your host Chuck Banks welcomes very special guest Andy Curtiss!
Andrew Curtiss spent his youth engaged training in several martial arts from Wrestling to Tae-Kwan-Do and Muay Thai Kickboxing. He joined the U.S. Army upon his graduation from high school. While serving in the Army in 1998 Andrew became involved in Mixed Martial Arts. While in the Army Andrew had served in the elite F. Company 51st Infantry unit as an Infantry Paratrooper scout and was later specially selected and trained as a Green Beret. Andrew is a decorated veteran of the Global War on Terror who was nominated for one of the nations highest awards for valor; the Silver Star. Andrew was awarded the Bronze Star with a "V" device. Andrew left service in the Army in 2007 and later rejoined the professional sport of Mixed Martial Arts in 2008. In 2010 his book 1984 Redux Say Hello to Big Brother was published by Authorhouse. This book is a political commentary done in an op ed style. It was during his research and writing of 1984 Redux that Mr. Curtiss found his calling as a Libertarian leaning American Constitutionalist. 1984 Redux highlights America's descent into tyranny and the spiral to a police state. In 2011 he published an Amazon Kindle Only work titled "Economic Collapse: The warning signs, impact on America, 42 things you should buy before it's too late; and how to develop a survival plan". This work was based on the hypothetical theory of an American Economic collapse. Andrew Curtiss has two columns on Examiner.com; "The Fort Worth Libertarian Examiner" and "The Fort Worth Martial Arts Examiner". He is a tactical training consultant for the US government and free lance police trainer specializing in small unit tactics, close quarters combat, combatives and defensive tactics.
To learn more Andrew Curtiss visit his website at http://www.knife-and-h2h-combat.com/
Fantasy Football Episode 2.8: host Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion explains that while Andy Dalton can't win a real championship, he can still help win you a fantasy championship.
Odell Beckham Jr.'s flair for the dramatic will help fill the NFL's wide receiver showmanship void.
Russell Wilson is the only quarterback to rush for 825+ yards with a 95.0 passer rating and would be the top fantasy quarterback if he played on the Philadelphia Eagles.
Nick Foles has an above-replacement ceiling, Mark Sanchez does not.
No wide receiver could possibly be as overrated as Cordarrelle Patterson was in 2014.
Comparing the dynasty league stock of Jordan Matthews vs. Donte Moncrief.
Advanced metrics were provided by PlayerProfiler.com.
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Andy Stanley has a way of sharing insights on so many subjects. This talk on marriage is no different. In this talk he shares:
New husbands and wives and dreams and goals for their marriage, what roles they will fill, they desire a great marriage even what the wife wears to bed.
There are financial goals...all these desires have "I" in common. Every bride and groom walk down the aisle with a box of desires.
Once the marriage happens, and without really knowing what's happening, married people take all their history and expectations on their new spouse. Good desires become expectations. That kind of pressure can be dangerous to a marriage. They dynamic, instantly, changes because there are two big "I's" in the marriage.
Selfishness, in a marriage, can destory expectations and can erode trust.
In some marriage the "dominant" spouse thinks they're in control.
It's very easy, for me, to be me. It is very easy for you to be you.
Conforming to someone else's expectations is very stressful. We are individuals.
Some marriages are based on compromise. It goes good for a while then it starts to implode.
Your focus of your attention has to be about each other.
When you settle in to compromise the marriage is an "I" marriage.
Discontent can destroy what brought you and your spouse together.
A desire migrated into an expectation where you say "You owe me" then romance suffers greatly.
You can get a lot more information on Andy Stanley at http://northpoint.org/
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Attorney and author Andy Siegel returns to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss his love for writing mysteries and what it's been like to share his new novel COOKIES'S CASE with the world.