• TSM-78 Being Stuck As A Christian Man

    Most Faith Based Men I meet are stuck. Not sure where to go with their lives or in their families and congregations. I myself struggle with these same things. Its time for all of us to just stop!. Today we talk about how

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    TSM-78 Being Stuck As A Christian Man Most Faith Based Men I meet are stuck. Not sure where to go with their lives or in their families and congregations. I myself struggle with these same things. Its time for all of us to just stop!. Today we talk about how https://youtu.be/YnfEhf4PXvo
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  • Hidden Chemicals Seeping Into Our Food & Water
    Holland Cooke sits down with attorney Melanie Benesh of the Environmental Working Group to talk shop about PFAS, a chemical that’s been seeping its way into our water supply and subsequently our crops and livestock.

    With industrial giants like DuPont and 3M already being found guilty of their mishandling of PFAS, and worrisome levels of the chemical being found in some of our food packaging, just how are consumers expected to prevent these chemicals from making their way to the kitchen table?
    #RT #TheBigPicture #ChemicalPollution #HollandeCooke
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    The Big Picture-RT 10/18/19
    Hidden Chemicals Seeping Into Our Food & Water Holland Cooke sits down with attorney Melanie Benesh of the Environmental Working Group to talk shop about PFAS, a chemical that’s been seeping its way into our water supply and subsequently our crops and livestock. With industrial giants like DuPont and 3M already being found guilty of their mishandling of PFAS, and worrisome levels of the chemical being found in some of our food packaging, just how are consumers expected to prevent these chemicals from making their way to the kitchen table? #RT #TheBigPicture #ChemicalPollution #HollandeCooke https://youtu.be/00Sq3yIBNZg The Big Picture-RT 10/18/19
    Hidden Chemicals Seeping Into Our Food & Water
    Holland Cooke sits down with attorney Melanie Benesh of the Environmental Working Group to talk shop about PFAS, a chemical that’s been seeping its way into ...
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  • All it Takes October 17 But seeing the wind, he became afraid, and beginning to sink he cried out, saying, ‘Lord, save me! Matthew 14:30 Listen to today's Devotional

    I don’t know if this is the shortest prayer in the Bible, but it is definitely brief! I like this prayer; it is a passionate S.O.S. Remember how the disciples saw Jesus walking to them on the Sea of Galilee, and Peter asked Jesus to command him to walk on the water to Him. Once Peter took his eyes off Jesus, he began to sink, and he didn’t have time for any formal or fancy language. He just cried out in desperation, ‘Lord, save me.’ Sometimes, when difficulty comes into our lives, and we realize we need to get serious about the Lord, all we may be able to do at the moment is cry out, ‘Lord, save me!’ But that is all it really takes.

    When we cry in desperation to the one Who can rescue us, we can be confident that the Lord is ready – and waiting – and will reach out His hand. https://mailchi.mp/b11689985a51/the-truest-freedom-you-can-ever-experience-453209?e=9cbe669f39
    All it Takes October 17 But seeing the wind, he became afraid, and beginning to sink he cried out, saying, ‘Lord, save me! Matthew 14:30 Listen to today's Devotional I don’t know if this is the shortest prayer in the Bible, but it is definitely brief! I like this prayer; it is a passionate S.O.S. Remember how the disciples saw Jesus walking to them on the Sea of Galilee, and Peter asked Jesus to command him to walk on the water to Him. Once Peter took his eyes off Jesus, he began to sink, and he didn’t have time for any formal or fancy language. He just cried out in desperation, ‘Lord, save me.’ Sometimes, when difficulty comes into our lives, and we realize we need to get serious about the Lord, all we may be able to do at the moment is cry out, ‘Lord, save me!’ But that is all it really takes. When we cry in desperation to the one Who can rescue us, we can be confident that the Lord is ready – and waiting – and will reach out His hand. https://mailchi.mp/b11689985a51/the-truest-freedom-you-can-ever-experience-453209?e=9cbe669f39
    All it Takes
    How to pray in a moment of desperation.
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  • Hi Dad, bye Dad October 16 Fathers, do not exasperate your children, so that they will not lose heart. Colossians 3:20 Listen to today's Devotional

    A child in our church was asked, “If there were a TV show about your family, what would it be called?” The youngster answered, “Hi Dad! Bye Dad!” His reply spoke volumes about his longing for the love and attention of his “workaholic” dad. Fatherhood is a relationship.

    So any man who is not involved in the lives of his children and is clueless to their struggles, dreams, and desires is not really a father. Without a doubt, our earthly dads impact our concept of God, our Heavenly Father. Sadly, though, many dads make it difficult for their children to believe there really is a Father in Heaven who loves them and desires a relationship with them. So men, let me ask you a question: what idea of “father” are you planting in your kids? https://mailchi.mp/3bad07637585/the-truest-freedom-you-can-ever-experience-453205?e=9cbe669f39
    Hi Dad, bye Dad October 16 Fathers, do not exasperate your children, so that they will not lose heart. Colossians 3:20 Listen to today's Devotional A child in our church was asked, “If there were a TV show about your family, what would it be called?” The youngster answered, “Hi Dad! Bye Dad!” His reply spoke volumes about his longing for the love and attention of his “workaholic” dad. Fatherhood is a relationship. So any man who is not involved in the lives of his children and is clueless to their struggles, dreams, and desires is not really a father. Without a doubt, our earthly dads impact our concept of God, our Heavenly Father. Sadly, though, many dads make it difficult for their children to believe there really is a Father in Heaven who loves them and desires a relationship with them. So men, let me ask you a question: what idea of “father” are you planting in your kids? https://mailchi.mp/3bad07637585/the-truest-freedom-you-can-ever-experience-453205?e=9cbe669f39
    Hi Dad, bye Dad
    Fathers are to model the love, provision, and protection of God, the Heavenly Father.
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  • Oh My Way Ward Child:
    I brought you into this world out of Love. You were kept because I considered you a gift.... a hope that both our lives would be rich and full of of love because of you. As you grow older I see those trials and tribulations you must go through. I have had them myself. Perhaps you are drinking to much or fall into the drug trap of if I do this I will feel better about myself. The pain will subside and I will be better. then I see what happened to me...... you get hurt, you become lost, feeling worthless and out of step. Perhaps your family falls apart, or you lose your job. I cry inside because I know these feelings. But in my life I over came these life problems. With age I grew to realize that MY LIFE is what I choose to make of it. That those issues which caused me so much grief and harm can fade into the past and leave a better soul. But my child this takes effort. You must believe that the life I helped give you is worth the effort. That you are strong enough to find in yourself the will to go on and create a happy life for yourself. No ones life is ever perfect. We are all born flawed. But it is and always has been my desire to see you happy. To over come your life issues, grow with dignity, Love and have compassion, perceive that life is a "gift". One day I will no longer be here to advise or hold you, There suddenly will be no one to call when in pain or crying. I will become a memory, one I hope you will cherish. And then live your life to it's end, and teach what I have tried to teach you. That You Are Loved, and always will be.Love Dad
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    Oh My Way Ward Child: I brought you into this world out of Love. You were kept because I considered you a gift.... a hope that both our lives would be rich and full of of love because of you. As you grow older I see those trials and tribulations you must go through. I have had them myself. Perhaps you are drinking to much or fall into the drug trap of if I do this I will feel better about myself. The pain will subside and I will be better. then I see what happened to me...... you get hurt, you become lost, feeling worthless and out of step. Perhaps your family falls apart, or you lose your job. I cry inside because I know these feelings. But in my life I over came these life problems. With age I grew to realize that MY LIFE is what I choose to make of it. That those issues which caused me so much grief and harm can fade into the past and leave a better soul. But my child this takes effort. You must believe that the life I helped give you is worth the effort. That you are strong enough to find in yourself the will to go on and create a happy life for yourself. No ones life is ever perfect. We are all born flawed. But it is and always has been my desire to see you happy. To over come your life issues, grow with dignity, Love and have compassion, perceive that life is a "gift". One day I will no longer be here to advise or hold you, There suddenly will be no one to call when in pain or crying. I will become a memory, one I hope you will cherish. And then live your life to it's end, and teach what I have tried to teach you. That You Are Loved, and always will be.Love Dad https://youtu.be/THeLVhU53ow
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  • In Iowa, Politicians Protect Ag Industry by Making Activists Criminals
    The meat industry depends, more than anything else, on walls.

    The walls of farms and slaughterhouses prevent consumers from seeing what the production of their food really looks like.

    They prevent journalists and activists from exposing unethical, even criminal acts within.

    They enable corporations to paint happy, bucolic pictures of their operations that bear no resemblance to the reality of modern-day factory farming.

    To get inside those walls, over the last two decades, dozens of activists have gone undercover, finding employment on factory farms and wearing concealed cameras, shooting hundreds of hours of footage over the course of months on the job.

    They have documented the routine acts of mistreatment and abuse of animals that are an inherent part of raising livestock for slaughter with maximum profit in mind.

    The videos they have produced have made an enormous impact on the industry, grabbing headlines, pushing consumers away from meat, compelling retailers to pull products from shelves, and even causing government regulators to temporarily shutter some farms.

    In response, the industry has pushed to criminalize undercover investigations, through legislation known informally as “ag-gag.”

    Ag-gag laws target activists in a variety of ways, from imposing criminal penalties on investigators for misrepresenting themselves on employment applications to outright banning the collection of footage on the premises of animal agriculture operations without the owners’ permission.

    In Iowa, an ag-gag law passed in 2011 was struck down earlier this year by a federal judge.

    But thanks to the political power it wields in the state, the meat industry did not have to wait long to see the law resurrected.

    Just two months after the court’s decision, Iowa’s legislature passed a brand new ag-gag bill, and its newly elected governor, Kim Reynolds, signed it into law.

    Our short documentary tells the story of one undercover investigator whose footage is at the center of Iowa’s ag-gag backlash.
    #IowaAgGag #AgCorruption #Censorship #IowaPoliticalCorruption
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    The Intercept 10/12/19
    In Iowa, Politicians Protect Ag Industry by Making Activists Criminals The meat industry depends, more than anything else, on walls. The walls of farms and slaughterhouses prevent consumers from seeing what the production of their food really looks like. They prevent journalists and activists from exposing unethical, even criminal acts within. They enable corporations to paint happy, bucolic pictures of their operations that bear no resemblance to the reality of modern-day factory farming. To get inside those walls, over the last two decades, dozens of activists have gone undercover, finding employment on factory farms and wearing concealed cameras, shooting hundreds of hours of footage over the course of months on the job. They have documented the routine acts of mistreatment and abuse of animals that are an inherent part of raising livestock for slaughter with maximum profit in mind. The videos they have produced have made an enormous impact on the industry, grabbing headlines, pushing consumers away from meat, compelling retailers to pull products from shelves, and even causing government regulators to temporarily shutter some farms. In response, the industry has pushed to criminalize undercover investigations, through legislation known informally as “ag-gag.” Ag-gag laws target activists in a variety of ways, from imposing criminal penalties on investigators for misrepresenting themselves on employment applications to outright banning the collection of footage on the premises of animal agriculture operations without the owners’ permission. In Iowa, an ag-gag law passed in 2011 was struck down earlier this year by a federal judge. But thanks to the political power it wields in the state, the meat industry did not have to wait long to see the law resurrected. Just two months after the court’s decision, Iowa’s legislature passed a brand new ag-gag bill, and its newly elected governor, Kim Reynolds, signed it into law. Our short documentary tells the story of one undercover investigator whose footage is at the center of Iowa’s ag-gag backlash. #IowaAgGag #AgCorruption #Censorship #IowaPoliticalCorruption https://youtu.be/6bRr0YH74Uw The Intercept 10/12/19
    In Iowa, Politicians Protect Ag Industry by Making Activists Criminals
    This video includes graphic images some readers may find disturbing. The meat industry depends, more than anything else, on walls. The walls of farms and sla...
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  • Juveniles Found Innocent...But Still Convicted
    She's So Cold: Murder, Accusations and the System that Devastated a Family is a true story about three boys whom the police believed killed a twelve-year-old girl.

    When 12-year-old Stephanie Crowe was found stabbed to death on her bedroom floor on Jan. 21, 1998, the Crowe family’s nightmare had only just begun.

    In the weeks to follow, her brother, Michael, then 14, and two of his friends, Joshua Treadway and Aaron Houser, were charged with her brutal murder.

    To be tried as adults, these three juveniles faced charges which carried life long prison sentences.

    Charged with their defense were criminal defense attorneys Mary Ellen Attridge, Donald E. McInnis and Paul Blake.

    These attorneys faced the daunting task of freeing these boys, two of whom had confessed to the murder.

    In a last minute series of event, the defense discovers new evidence, and with it, a twisting series of bizarre events unfolds which forever shatters the lives of fifteen people and the childhood of the three young boys.
    #StephanieCroweMurder #TheDamageReport #JohnIadarola
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    The Damage Report 10/12/19
    Juveniles Found Innocent...But Still Convicted She's So Cold: Murder, Accusations and the System that Devastated a Family is a true story about three boys whom the police believed killed a twelve-year-old girl. When 12-year-old Stephanie Crowe was found stabbed to death on her bedroom floor on Jan. 21, 1998, the Crowe family’s nightmare had only just begun. In the weeks to follow, her brother, Michael, then 14, and two of his friends, Joshua Treadway and Aaron Houser, were charged with her brutal murder. To be tried as adults, these three juveniles faced charges which carried life long prison sentences. Charged with their defense were criminal defense attorneys Mary Ellen Attridge, Donald E. McInnis and Paul Blake. These attorneys faced the daunting task of freeing these boys, two of whom had confessed to the murder. In a last minute series of event, the defense discovers new evidence, and with it, a twisting series of bizarre events unfolds which forever shatters the lives of fifteen people and the childhood of the three young boys. #StephanieCroweMurder #TheDamageReport #JohnIadarola https://youtu.be/8_69EkPkXlY The Damage Report 10/12/19
    Juveniles Found Innocent But Still Convicted
    Three juveniles were found factually innocent but still convicted with life long prison sentences. John Iadarola, Brooke Thomas, and Donald McInnis break it ...
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  • How Income Inequality Reached 50-Year Highs
    In finance news and current events today, economy inequality has reached a 50-year high in the U.S. Money tips alone might not help improve your wages. Here's how we got in this situation.

    In the ‘80s, the government started tracking all of the income being created across the U.S. So it began tracking wages, rents, interest income, and more.

    Fast-forward to 2019, and we’re seeing that the distribution of income across the U.S. is more unequal than it has ever been.

    One contributing factor is demographics.

    Right now baby boomers are nearing retirement. In theory, this group has had their entire lives to build up wealth.

    So they’re retiring, they have a savings, and they have more interest-based income (like investments) than us millennials. Many of them are within their “peak earnings” stage.

    And then we have their children (us) who are still new to the workforce. And many of us have entered with entry-level salaries and outstanding debt like student loans. Housing costs are also higher now than what our parents had at our age. In other words, this group is NOT at their peak earnings level.

    So we have these two cohorts of people at the top of the income distribution and at the bottom of the income distribution which could be driving this income inequality.

    Then there are economic factors that also play a role.

    The federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour isn’t rising fast enough in a fast-growing economy. And while some local and state governments have raised their minimum wages higher than $7.25, the federal government hasn’t raised it since 2009.

    There are still 17 states that are tied to the federal minimum wage. In those cases, a full time worker could still only be paid $15,000 a year.

    Another contributing economic factor is that unions have basically vanished.

    In 2018, only about 10% of U.S. workers belonged to unions. That’s the lowest rate it’s ever been since the bureau began recording statistics in the 1980’s. Unions used to be more common in previous economic eras. They use methods like collective bargaining move more money from companies into their workers’ pockets.
    #IncomeInequality #Inequality #Wages
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    Now This News 10/12/19
    How Income Inequality Reached 50-Year Highs In finance news and current events today, economy inequality has reached a 50-year high in the U.S. Money tips alone might not help improve your wages. Here's how we got in this situation. In the ‘80s, the government started tracking all of the income being created across the U.S. So it began tracking wages, rents, interest income, and more. Fast-forward to 2019, and we’re seeing that the distribution of income across the U.S. is more unequal than it has ever been. One contributing factor is demographics. Right now baby boomers are nearing retirement. In theory, this group has had their entire lives to build up wealth. So they’re retiring, they have a savings, and they have more interest-based income (like investments) than us millennials. Many of them are within their “peak earnings” stage. And then we have their children (us) who are still new to the workforce. And many of us have entered with entry-level salaries and outstanding debt like student loans. Housing costs are also higher now than what our parents had at our age. In other words, this group is NOT at their peak earnings level. So we have these two cohorts of people at the top of the income distribution and at the bottom of the income distribution which could be driving this income inequality. Then there are economic factors that also play a role. The federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour isn’t rising fast enough in a fast-growing economy. And while some local and state governments have raised their minimum wages higher than $7.25, the federal government hasn’t raised it since 2009. There are still 17 states that are tied to the federal minimum wage. In those cases, a full time worker could still only be paid $15,000 a year. Another contributing economic factor is that unions have basically vanished. In 2018, only about 10% of U.S. workers belonged to unions. That’s the lowest rate it’s ever been since the bureau began recording statistics in the 1980’s. Unions used to be more common in previous economic eras. They use methods like collective bargaining move more money from companies into their workers’ pockets. #IncomeInequality #Inequality #Wages https://youtu.be/VKsIU4JVC0E Now This News 10/12/19
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  • The Big Three October 11 “For this reason I say to you, her sins, which are many, have been forgiven, for she loved much, but he who is forgiven little, loves little.” Luke 7:47 Listen to today's Devotional

    What did this woman – this “sinner” as Luke describes her - who anointed the feet of Jesus with perfume receive in return? She got what I call “the big three.” She got all anyone could need for the rest of their lives. First, she received the capacity to love because she realized the depth of her sin and how completely and how deeply she had experienced forgiveness. Second, she received joy.

    The burden and the guilt of her sin had been lifted and she had been set free. And third, she received peace. Literally, Jesus said to her, ‘Your faith has saved you, go into peace.’” The rest of her life would be an adventure of peace. Love… joy… peace. Sounds like a pretty good exchange. https://mailchi.mp/b845dff14851/the-truest-freedom-you-can-ever-experience-453177?e=9cbe669f39
    The Big Three October 11 “For this reason I say to you, her sins, which are many, have been forgiven, for she loved much, but he who is forgiven little, loves little.” Luke 7:47 Listen to today's Devotional What did this woman – this “sinner” as Luke describes her - who anointed the feet of Jesus with perfume receive in return? She got what I call “the big three.” She got all anyone could need for the rest of their lives. First, she received the capacity to love because she realized the depth of her sin and how completely and how deeply she had experienced forgiveness. Second, she received joy. The burden and the guilt of her sin had been lifted and she had been set free. And third, she received peace. Literally, Jesus said to her, ‘Your faith has saved you, go into peace.’” The rest of her life would be an adventure of peace. Love… joy… peace. Sounds like a pretty good exchange. https://mailchi.mp/b845dff14851/the-truest-freedom-you-can-ever-experience-453177?e=9cbe669f39
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    An encounter with Jesus will transform any life.
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