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Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
St. John de Britto -- Jesuit martyr in India. He was a native of Lisbon, Portugal, was dedicated at birth to St. Francis Xavier, and was a noble friend of King Pedro. He entered the Jesuits at the age of fifteen. In his effort to promote conversions among the native Indian people as a missionary to Goa, he wandered through Malabar and other regions and even adopted the customs and dress of the Brahmin caste which gave him access to the noble classes. In 1683, John had to leave India but returned in 1691. Arrested, tortured, and commanded to leave India, he refused and was put to death. Pope Pius XII canonized him in 1947.
Episode 2688 - Smashing the Idol of Self - John Goguen
Pastor John Goguen www.agapebible.org
Recorded 7-29-2015 on Omega Man Radio omegamanradio.com
Joining me this week is my guest John McCoy. John is an aspiring filmmaker, Case Manager for the Canadian Paranormal Society, and the host of Canadian X Talk Radio. We will be discussing how his skills in filmmaking translate into the field of paranormal research and investigation and how he came to be part of a Canadian group living in the United States.
in Self Help
NTRODUCTION What if there was a question that would clarify your best option for ninety percent of the decisions you make in life—a question that answers just about everything? It would have the potential to foolproof your relationships, marriage, finances, calendar, pace, and health. It would reduce the complexity of your life. It would save you time, money and tears. You would carry around less regret. And best of all, you wouldn’t have to apologize nearly as much. DISCUSSION QUESTIONS 1. Did you make any New Year’s resolutions? If so, what are you going to do to make sure you follow through on them? 2. What are some ways you’ve seen people allow their emotions and desires lead their decisionmaking? 3. Read Ephesians 5:15–17. What are some of the cultural currents that make it difficult for people today to make wise choices? 4. How might your life be different if you made decisions in light of your past experience and current circumstances? 5. During the message, Andy said, “Personal vision is often a catalyst for wise decisions.” Think about your future hopes and dreams. What are some opportunities you’re in danger of missing if you make unwise choices? 6. What is one area of your life about which you need to ask, “What’s the wise thing for me to do?” How can this group support you in asking that question? MOVING FORWARD Of every invitation, opportunity, relationship, or decision, ask “What’s the wise thing to do?” If you were going to do the wise thing, what would it be? By asking that question, even if you don’t follow through, you will discover something about you. You owe it to yourself to know the answer to that question. CHANGING YOUR MIND Be very careful, then, how you live—not as unwise but as wise, making the most of every opportunity, because the days are evil. Ephesians 5:15–16
Get more info on Andy at http://northpoint.org/
Stacey and John review the week that was in HR Technology.
in Real Estate
Real Talk Real Real Estate by John Fuller with Special Guest LaTerrance Hall (LT) of J&J Investment of Columbia, South Carolina. LaTerrance will be talking about how we can put people in homes. His company is dedicated to helping home owners, and giving them a second chances to home ownership. TUNE IN THIS GOING TO BE A GREAT ONE!!!
in Self Help
Dr. Ben Carson, from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore Maryland, operated on brains for more than twenty years. He knows a little something about the mind.
In my experience, I have noticed how few of us really understand how much potential we have between our ears. Check out these few minutes of wisdom from Dr. Carson.
It's A Good For Lacrosse™ with JoJo War Drummer (18) Segment 1- Rattlers Stike: Rochester Rattlers Face Off speedsters very own John Ortolani is in the MLL (Major League Lacrosse) Playoff hunt and he's poised to stike his speed versus the Ohio Machine! John moomlighting in the MMA...you betcha and JoJo digs it!!!
Plus JoJo's Hidden Trick Question
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Obstacle course racing is the next soccer. Yeah, it's a 'thing'. You've probably heard of one. Or know someone who has---or will---do one. They change lives.
And for us MyFixitUpLifer's there's an extra cool part: It's loaded with DIY of building stuff. So if you’re not lacing up for your own obstacle course racing journey, without people to build the obstacles—for races or for backyards---the race is just a walk in the woods. So this MyFixitUpLife show will inspire the fire for the DIY of OCR.
Spartan Race’s (in)famous Race Director Norm Koch takes us behind the spectacle where the tools are machetes and chainsaws and a whole lotta work. And HGTV’s John Colaneri—co-host of America’s Most Desperate Kitchens and a Spartan racing / Cross-fit nut job (we love you anyway Johnny)—chimes in with fitness tips he uses to stay extra handsome.
This isn't about the gym. Or how fast you go. It's about life itself and building your own tools for the journey. As someone I admire wrote: I already know what it feels like to fail. I want to see what it's like to succeed.
Life happens to all of us. It's what we do about it that counts; how we handle the obstacles.
So tool up and come obstacle course racing with us Lifers, time for a little dirty fun.