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  • 01:01

    Apostles Doctrine Radio Episode 318

    in The Bible

    Join Pastor Kelley Harrop live for Church at 11am Eastern Time as he brings us God's Word!

  • 00:20

    Blessing circle... faith is when you close your eyes and open your heart.

    in Women

    Our intentions are pure...


    Welcome Minister Kelley D.H. Sawyer


    SImply Grace honors diversity in faith and experience by providing a sacred space of kindness, compassion, love and hope for humanity. The Blessing Circle is a divine interruption, a gentle reminder of the abundant grace present in our lives. Faith is when we close our eyes and open our hearts...to be vulnerable, to surrender, to trust as we lean back into the arms of grace and God.


    The offering this morning is a gift from our dear friend and woman of faith, Kelley Sawyer. For over 20 years, Minister Kelley has been ministering through song, the written Word, and the spoken Word.  As God stripped her mask away through her own transformation process, Minister Kelley has been reaching audiences with her authentic message of God's Butterfly Blessings! Her very presence is a gift of the heart.


    The moment faith becomes a reality in our vision, we begin to see the invisible, believe the impossible, and do the incredible...breathing grace into our hearts and our very being. Grace is the light, the love, the hope, the faith that fills each of our souls with peace. Moment by moment notice the extraordinary, life is a beautiful wonder...feel its divine miracle.  This is Simply Grace...


    Simply Grace Community
    Simply Grace


    Kelley Sawyer Ministries

  • 00:40

    Apostles Doctrine Radio Episode 317

    in The Bible

    Join Pastor Kelley Harrop live for Church Thursday evening at 7pm Eastern Time!

  • 00:45

    The Return of Kelley

    in Comedy

    After a heated show on Friday, Kelley returns to get somethings off her chest.

  • 00:36

    Running back commodity fallacy

    in Sports

    Mind of Mansion Podcast Episode 120: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion is surprised to receive support from an ally in the fight against the running-backs-are-commodities narrative-war of our time.


    It's en vogue right now to marginalize the value of the running back position and describe them as interchangeable and expendable commodities. 


    Dallas and Philadelphia have vastly different running back valuation philosophies.


    Just because two running backs scored the same number of fantasy points does not imply they are interchangeable. 


    In 2008, Jamaal Charles, Ray Rice, Chris Johnson, and Matt Forte were drafted after Rahshard Mendenhall, Felix Jones, Johnathan Stewart and Darren McFadden. 


    Most first-round bust running backs were injured early in their careers.


    Early round running backs are generally highly quality players than late-round and undrafted running backs with much higher success rates and are not interchangeable.


    Shane Vereen and LeGarrette Blount were uniquely productive role players and intergral parts of New England's Super Bowl victory. 


    Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com.

  • 00:44

    Dorial Green-Beckham and the Randy Moss corollary

    in Sports

    Mind of Mansion Podcast Episode 120: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion gets trolled by Evan Silva, buzzard pharaoh. 


    Tevin Coleman beats defenders by exploding past them with vision yards, not by juking them out in the backfield.


    NFL teams are legitimately worried about Jay Ajayi's knee's long-term stability but dynasty league fantasy analysits are undaunted. 


    The incoming rookie running back class is both top-heavy and incredibly deep in quality, providing great RB value late in dynasty rookie drafts.


    The incoming rookie RB class is so good historically that the roles of 50-plus-percent of the currently projected starting NFL incumbents are in doubt. 


    Don't trade for Allen Robinson prior to the 2015 NFL Draft.


    Drafting Dorial Green-Beckham in the second round of the 2015 NFL Draft is the equivalent of drafting Randy Moss at pick No. 21 in the 1998 NFL Draft.


    Work ethic and a love of football matters when evaluating NFL prospects. 


    The running backs position is more physically and mentally taxing than any other position in team sports.


    The presence of D'haquille Williams was a big reason for the Sammie Coates' 2014 productivity decline.


    Chris Conley is more Robert Meachem than Donte Moncrief.


    Bud Sasser and Brandon LaFell are nearly identical. Bud Sasser is not comparable to Brandon Marshall.


    Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com.

  • 00:43

    Jay Ajayi echo chamber

    in Sports

    Mind of Mansion Podcast Episode 119: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion is buying Jameis Winston in redraft and dynasty fantasy football leagues.


    QB1 drought is coming and Winston, Mariota, Cardale Jones, and Connor Cook alone can't stop it.


    Touting Jameis Winston, Breshad Perriman and Tevin Coleman is an unintentionally strategic contrarian bell tower cave. 


    Recent 6-2 or taller NFL wide receivers with a 35+% dominator and sub-4.40 speed: 



    Calvin Johnson
    Julio Jones
    Stephen Hill
    Robert Meachem
    Kevin White
    Breshad Perriman


    Running backs w/ sub-4.50 speed who also ran for 2000 yards in college: 



    Barry Sanders
    Ladanian Tomlinson
    Marcus Allen
    Tony Dorsett
    Matt Forte
    Ray Rice
    Kevin Smith
    JJ Arrington
    Tevin Coleman


    Fantasy football is rife with diluted anti-hot take analysis.


    Lamenting the Bleacher Reporterizing of fantasy football article writing.


    Tevin Coleman delivers the jaw-dropping aesthetic majesty combined with tremendous on-field efficiency, yet Coleman also inspires inordinate stat parsing and subjective style criticism.


    Jay Ajayi is a cross between Andre Williams & Terrance West. Ajayi is a compiler with a notoriously bad knee whose college coaches proceeded to run into the ground. 


    The Mountain Whack conference offers cupcake opponents like Utah State and Wyoming.


    Week of the NFL Draft: the worst week of football analysis.


    Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com.

  • 00:58

    Apostles Doctrine Radio Episode 316

    in The Bible

    Join Pastor Kelley Harrop live for Church at 7pm Eastern Time!

  • 00:30

    CelebrityCourtRadio

    in Legal

    CelebrityCourt: The Show Where Law and Hollywood Meet!


    Hosted by criminal defense lawyer Elizabeth Kelley, CelebrityCourt counts down the top celebrity legal stories of the week.  In this episode, she talks with Solomon Wisenberg, white collar criminal defense lawyer at Nelson Mullins LLP, on the plea of Gen. David Patraeus; Gail Shifman, San Francisco-based criminal defense lawyer, on the overturning of Barry Bonds' conviction; and Matt Belloni, legal editor for The Hollywood Reporter, on the latest concerning the charges against Robert Durst.  http://www.elizabethkelleylaw.com  @CelebCourt. 

  • 00:45

    The Truth Shall Set You Free Kelley

    in Comedy

    First it was the new flyer now it's the GroupMe chats, tune in today as Kelley addresses the continued discrimination towards her by Brian.

  • 00:20

    AuthorChats

    in Books

    Hosted by criminal defense lawyer Elizabeth Kelley, AuthorChats features in-depth interviews with writers about their recent works.  In this episode, she talks with Bernard B. Kerik, former New York City Police Commissioner, about his book From Jailer to Jailed: My Journey from Correction and Police Commissioner to Inmate #84888-054.  Mr. Kerik recounts as career in law enforcement through his nomination as President George W. Bush's Secretary of Homeland Security, to his indictment and incarceration.  The book discusses the deficiencies of our criminal justice system including the barbarity of prison conditions and labyrinth of collateral consequences inmates confront once they are released.  http://www.elizabethkelleylaw.com.