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It would appear that many people have their own interpretation of what a sovereign is. Many people attribute a pure political association with the word, with the authority and power deposited with the state. Others recognize it for what it is; the inalienable Natural Right bestowed by the Creator of the boundless universe onto a man. On this show I will discuss the spiritual aspects of sovereignty and what it means to be truly sovereign.
Yes, parenting is challenging—but are you making it worse?
It's so easy to do that you don't even realize you're doing it: saying words that actually set you up for failure and frustration.
In this episode, Carol and Anne share the phrases that make parenting a bigger challenge than it already is. If you want parenting to be simpler and more fulfilling, listen to this episode. It's just that easy.
This week’s Parenting Practice
This week, notice your language. Are you speaking in a way that makes your child the problem? Set these intentions: "I'm aware of what I'm saying. I'm catching myself when I set myself up to make my parenting experience harder than it needs to be. I am changing my language to be honest with myself without adding drama or creating more struggle."
Learn more from Carol each week! Visit thechildwhisperer.com and receive Carol and Anne's weekly Parenting Practice right to your inbox.
Joe Pronesti reviews lessons from a Main Street fire and the use of drones at this event.
The Atheist Experience is a weekly Internet television show based in Austin, Texas geared at a non-atheist audience. Every week we field live calls from atheists and believers alike, and you never know what you're going to get! Sometimes it can get quite feisty indeed! You don't want to miss it.
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Visit us at www.bridemovement.com! This week on Discovering the Truth with Dan Duval, Todd Edwards joins Dan to discuss aspects about the story of the birth of Jesus that are not widely understood. He is one of the leaders at BRIDE Ministries and speaks periodically at the Fire Place Church and runs the bi-weekly BRIDE Ministries Bible study. In this episode, you will learn about who the Magi really were, and why the kingdom that they represented, which was Parthia, was far more significant than we were told. Todd will break down the types and shadows of the birth of Jesus, and provide infallible evidence that even his birth pointed to his role as Messiah. This will be an extremely insightful and exciting podcast that you will not want to miss!
The Packers lost in God awful fashion to the Lions at Lambeau Field to end the 2018 season. Aaron Rodgers left with a concussion and the team couldn't have played any worse than they did in front of their last home crowd of the season. Green Bay now focuses on finding their next head coach and looks ahead to the 2019 draft. Jacob and Jason discuss it all on the 2018 season finale of Pulse of the Pack!
Pulse of the Pack is the spot for what's new with the Green Bay Packers. Jacob Westendorf (@JacobWestendorf) hosts along with Jason Perone (@JasonPerone) of CheeseheadTV. Pulse is just one of many great Green Bay Packers podcasts you will find at PackersTalk. Keep up on all the latest Packers news by following us on iTunes, Facebook and Twitter
Twongeye guha ikaze abakunzi b' Iikiganiro Igihe ni Iki. Iki ni ikiganiro giheruka (Igihe ni Iki) giheruka umwaka w' 2018. Muri iki kiganiro turareba aho umwaka wa 2018 usize Leta y' u Rwanda ndetse n' ikiizere usigiye abanyarwanda ko ibimenyetso by' ihirima rya Rwabujindiri riri hafi.
Muri Kongo Amatora yatumye imipaka hafi yayose y' Igihugu ifungwa.
Kagame yakoresheje ubukwe bwo gusaba umukobwa we w' Imfura. Ese ibi byaba bizatuma umuryango wa Kagame usobanukirwa no kuba umubyeyi icyo ari cyo?
Ibi ni bimwe mubikubiye mukiganiro cy' uyu munsi mugezwaho na Jean Paul afatanyije na Epimaque Ntamushobora.
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I talk in this episode with my guest expert, Megan Connell PsyD, who uses Dungeons & Dragons in group therapy with remarkable results and runs a weekly D&D game with psychology nerds on Twitch. We also discuss what lessons psychology has for helping other people at the table --possibly including yourself-- and how to find and get along with a new gaming group.
WARNING: There are a couple of cusswords abroad in the land.
TABLE OF CONTENTS Rogers Hornsby’s War With Baseball (Stop it! Cut it out!)*Go See “They Shall Not Grow Old”/The Paths of Glory Lead Only to the Latrine/Hank Gowdy Falls Down*Connie Mack and The Difficulty of Getting Good Takeout in the Suburbs*Goodbyes.
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SUPPORT THE INFINITE INNING: Visit our Patreon page. The Infinite Inning is not only about baseball but a state of mind. Steven Goldman, rotating cohosts Jesse Spector, Cliff Corcoran, and David Roth, and occasional guests discuss the game’s present, past, and future with forays outside the foul lines to the culture at large. Expect stats, anecdotes, digressions, explorations of writing and fandom, and more Casey Stengel quotations than you thought possible. Along the way, they’ll try to solve the puzzle that is the Infinite Inning: How do you find the joy in life when you can’t get anybody out?
Since its ascendency to the premier maritime power, the US Navy - especially in the area of undersea warfare - has been at the leading edge of using technology to get a military edge.
During the Cold War, significant and steady progress in the first two steps of the kill chain against submarines, location and tracking, made the prospect of engaging superior numbers of Soviet submarine forces manageable.
We continue that tradition today, but to keep ahead of growing challenges, we have test. Build a little, test a little, learn a lot will stop dead in its tracks without testing in the real world. Computer simulation is only so good.
When it comes to submarines especially, you have to get in the water with them.
Knowing our technological track record an operating a generation or two ahead of some potential adversaries - are there ways they can negate our edge - or at least buy time while they catch up?
Are we vulnerable to potential challengers using national and international law against us? Undersea Lawfare?
Our guests for the full hour to discuss will be Rear Admiral J. Michael "Carlos" Johnson, USN (Ret.) and Captain Michael T. Palmer, USN.
As a stepping off point, we will be using their article in the latest Naval War College Review; UNDERSEA LAWFARE - Can the US Navy Fall Victim to This Asymmetrical Warfare Threat?
RADM Johnson retired after 33 years of service as a naval aviator that included combat in Vietnam, Libya, the Balkans, and the Persian Gulf. He commanded the John F. Kennedy Battle Group, CVW-8, and VFA-86. Ashore he served on the staffs of the CNO as Director of Aviation Plans and Requirements) and the J3 of EUCOM.
Captain Palmer is an active-duty JAG and an adjunct assistant professor at ODU. Her has served as environmental counsel to the CNO; U.S. Fleet Forces Command; and Commander, Navy Region Mid-Atlantic.
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