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  • 01:05

    John Maher & Pete Peters - Exploring Faith

    in Spirituality

    Exploring Faith is on the air the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month with John Maher and Pete Peters. 
    Join them as they explore the role of faith in today’s world. How does it play a part in business, politics, lifestyles, families and individuals? Their guests  include members of the clergy in all faiths, discussions with faith based businesses, and non-profits.
    Discussions will incclude such topics as; Does God Listen?, Do I Need to Go To Church To Be Consindered Amoung the Faithful? Is It God's Business? Are All Faiths Considered Equal?  and I Can't Believe That God Did That.
    Join them for interesting conversation and discussion

  • 01:01

    Pete Peters & John Maher - Exploring Faith

    in Religion

    Twice a month John and Pete get together to discuss the role of relgion in today's world. Listen in for interesting conversation about how religion works, what it can and can't do and how  it is trying to keep a foothold in society today.
    Pete Peters and John Maher are going to talk about "where good things run wild" this morning.   Here is what we want to talk about:
     
    1. Many people think of organized religion (any religion) as confining, judgmental and life-draining
    2. The purpose of structure and order in the church (the system with which I am familiar) is to release life
    3. G.K.Chesterton's full quote:  “The more I considered Christianity, the more I found that while it has established
         a rule and order, the chief aim of that order is to let good things run wild. 
    4. Church order as it was intended to be will release good things in the community to the extent that those good
         things run wild through our homes, neighborhoods, cities, places of work, sports teams, etc. etc.
    5. Some signs:
         a. hungry people are fed
         b. lonely people gain friends
         c. sick people are cared for and healed
         d. damaged relationships are reconciled
         e. all people, no matter what they believe or religious affiliation they have, are treated with dignity and respect
         f. each person can grow into what they were created to be
        g. each community can fully become what it was founded to become

     

  • 01:02

    Pete Peters & John Maher - Exploring Faith

    in Spirituality

    Spiritual Tinkering or Single Purpose
    Spiritual Tinkering
    •The single word that best describes young adults‘ approach to religion and spirituality—indeed life—is tinkering.
    •Church shopping and church hopping
    •Searching for answers to existential questions in venues beyond local congregation, expressing spiritual interests through art, music and devotional reading
    —Robert Wuthnow, After the Baby Boomers (Princeton U.P., 2007)
    Single Purpose
    Why do people devote endless amounts of energy to volunteer causes? 
    What motivates American adults to invest 20 billion volunteer hours each year?
    Popeye Moments
    Most of us probably grew up watching Popeye the Sailor Man. Do you remember Olive Oyl, the special girl in his life? Popeye’s demeanor was usually calm and collected. But if something happened that would potentially harm Olive, he exploded. He would shout, “That’s all I can stand, and I can’t stands no more!” Then he popped open his can of spinach, ate it, and became an unstoppable force for good, each time saving Olive Oyl from her distress.  
    Scores of people have experienced Popeye moments and made a difference in their world. They reached a point where they could “stands it no more,” and they did all they could to fix the problem.
    Bill Hybels, Holy Discontent
    A lot of boomers have Popeye moments coming.  The temptation may be to engage in spiritual tinkering.  The significance comes from living out the implications of the Popeye moment.
    Exploring Faith is on the air the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month with John Maher and Pete Peters. 

  • 00:15

    John Maher & Pete Peters - Exploring Faith

    in Religion

    Where Good Things Run Wild

    Pete Peters and John Maher are going to talk about "where good things run wild" this morning.   Here is what we want to talk about:
     
    1. Many people think of organized religion (any religion) as confining, judgmental and life-draining
    2. The purpose of structure and order in the church (the system with which I am familiar) is to release life
    3. G.K.Chesterton's full quote:  “The more I considered Christianity, the more I found that while it has established
         a rule and order, the chief aim of that order is to let good things run wild. 
    4. Church order as it was intended to be will release good things in the community to the extent that those good
         things run wild through our homes, neighborhoods, cities, places of work, sports teams, etc. etc.
    5. Some signs:
         a. hungry people are fed
         b. lonely people gain friends
         c. sick people are cared for and healed
         d. damaged relationships are reconciled
         e. all people, no matter what they believe or religious affiliation they have, are treated with dignity and respect
         f. each person can grow into what they were created to be
        g. each community can fully become what it was founded to become
     
     
     
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  • 01:14

    Coach Steve Clark PhD Show: Guest USC coach Peter Smith, creating 4-pete power

    in Sports

    Welcome to the Coach Steve Clark Ph.D Show where he aims to encourage, inspire and equip coaches, players and parents who in turn inspire and equip others to promote tennis, foster sportsmanship, and develop greater players and people.


    Today's Guest or Topic


    Today I will be talking with long time coaching colleague and friend, USC "NCAA Champions 4-Pete" power house Head Coach Peter Smith.  A standout player at Long Beach State, tour player and tremendous coach who obviously has a system at USC that creates powerhouse tennis--what better person to glean insight into the current NCAA, youth coming up, US tennis, the pro tour, and all things tennis.  He has won 5 NCAA Championshipos in the last 6 years, is a 5 time PAC 12 Coach of the year, and a 2 time ITA National Coach of the Year.


    A bit about your host, Coach Steve Clark


    Having over 25 years of collegiate coaching experience with teams as high as #16 NCAA and players in the top 5 and former players in the top echelon of the ATP, Coach Clark engages guests and the listeners in an array of topics ranging from momentum management to between point management; from elite coaches and players as guests to the mechanics, tactics and sports psychology for the determined club player.  And beyond the normal discussions often around tennis, Dr. Clark will entertain topics as wide as collegiate recruiting, team promotion and fan building for coaches, to topics for the parents-coach dynamic.  Having a PhD and numerous other degrees and being a former NCAA All-American and successful player beyond, he understands and has a deep concern for the academic, personal and athletic development of players and students. Thanks for tuning in.  Please call in live or leave your questions on email at steve@coachsteveclarkphd.com.

  • 01:24

    Pete & Jared Preview the 2015 US Open & Review Day One

    in Sports

    Pete Ziebron and Jared Pine review Day 1 of the 2015 US Open, including Rafael Nadal vs. Borna Coric and Tommy Haas vs. Fernando Verdasco.  Meanwhile, discussion also centers on the fact that a mix of several young guns and older veterans successfully advanced through 3 rounds of the qualifying draw.  In addition, Pete and Jared look ahead to whom they expect to see in action in the second week of the final major of the year.   Join Pete and Jared on Passing Shots on the ProTenn Radio Network.

  • 00:34

    NFC West - NFL Preview; can Russell Wilson lead Seahawks to a third Super Bowl

    in Sports

    Pete Carroll will never dodge his play call, in the Super Bowl.  However, there are more important things on Carroll's mind, as the 2015 season starts.  The biggest concern is how will the Seahawks win the NFC West, for a third consecutive year.  The St. Louis Rams have used additional picks, from the trade with Washington to stockpile young talented players. Often injured Sam Bradford is no longer the quarterback.  The Rams traded for Nick Foles, who is coming off a broken collarbone.  However, the addition of Todd Gurley could solidify the running game.  


    Carson Palmer is returning from a knee injury, in Arizona.  He hopes that he can continue were he left off last season.  The Cardinals defense willed them to a playoff berth, after a carousel of quarterbacks stood behind center.  Still a major concern is running back.  Andre Ellington is the starter, but can he handle the workload?  


    The fiasco with Jim Harbaugh is over, and the San Francisco 49ers have moved on.  A suprise move to many, they named defensive line coach Jim Tomsula, head coach.  Nothing went right for the 49ers one year ago.  Chris Boreland looked to be a budding star but opted to retire, after one season.  Defensively, they are going to have to try and find an indentiy.  Offensively, long time running back Frank Gore has departed.  This opens the door for Carlos Hyde to be the primary back.  Will Tomsula work with Colin Kaepernick, or try to make him a pocket passer.  There are many questions surrounding the 49ers?


    Finally, Jimmy Graham is the answer inside the red zone, according to Seattle Seahawk fans.  After back to back Super Bowl appearences, the Seahawks traded for one of the best tight ends, in the NFL.  The biggest loss is the person whom they traded, Max Unger.  Russell Wilson is a scrambling quarterback, but you still need to protect him.

  • 02:00

    Sports Week in Review - September 1, 2015

    in Sports

    In the first segment of tonight's show we'll have on Mr. Kip Keefer, publisher of kipkeefer.net, to discuss college football. We'll discuss Les Miles, Bret Bielema, and Jim Harbaugh. Is this the year that the Big 10 vs. SEC rivalry gets rekindled? We'll then have on the Buffalo Bad Boy, Pete Tasca, and Savage Burn Steve Butler to discuss RG3 and Brady vs. Goodell. We'll close with the Fantasy Matriculator, Nick Garcia, as he and Chip Lake discuss last night's CBS Sports Justice League Fantasy Football Draft. 

  • 00:37

    The Week In Reviews - Pete Kronowitt

    in Music

    San Francisco-based singer / songwriter Pete Kronowitt has released a video performance for his new politically charged song, "Change is Gonna Come," recorded live from the Cafe du Soleil in Lower Haight. The hopeful anthem was inspired both by the legends of American folk, as well as today's struggle for justice and equity. Pete co-wrote the song with Atlanta-based Chuck McDowell at a recent songwriting retreat in Crisfield, Maryland.


    I will be sitting down with Pete to discuss this new song and music in general

  • 01:56

    The BS Sports Show Live at Wrigley Field w/ Colts Reporter Reggie Hayes

    in Sports

    The BS Sports Show is BACK with Billy Elvis and his new co-host MO!


    The BS Sports Show will continue it’s great coverage, analysis, and debate of local and national sports with great guests including Justin Cohn, Reggie Hayes, Blake Sebring, Phil B. Wilson, Pete DiPrimio, and more


    The BS Sports Show can now be heard Monday- Friday live from 7-9 pm on www.theBSSportsShow.com and on the Tune In Radio, Stitcher Radio, iHeart Radio phone apps, and on iTunes with more outlets announced soon.

  • 01:59

    Alec Peters and Rob Burnett Axanar update

    in Television

    Alex Peters, is not only playing Captain Garth in Axanar, he is also writing and producing the movie. He can be found at Star Trek convention all around the country promoting Axanar, and, we are lucky to have him spend a few hours with us. He is not alone, he also has Rob Burnett with him, most of you know him as the writer/director of Free Enterprise,  he is directing Axanar.