http://media.blubrry.com/bite_sized_theology/p/jwexperience.com/podcast/Episode00028-AdvantagesOfSmallChurches.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS Big churches are not necessarily bad, but there are many advantages to small churches, too. Joe discusses a couple of them and suggests listeners check out the article from Christianity Today below. Christianity Today Article http://www.christianitytoday.com/karl-vaters/2017/july/50-churches-100-instead-of-1-church-of-5000.html?paging=off Get in touch: Website: www.jwexperience.com Facebook: Bite-Sized Theology https://www.facebook.com/groups/1643844862602170/ Twitter: @bite_sizedtheo E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Intro: “Alarming News (60 seconds)” https://www.shockwave-sound.com/royalty-free-music-track/8584/alarming-news Sweet Brown – Ain’t Nobody Got Time for That http://www.mp3ye.eu/sweet-brown-ain’t-nobody-got-time-for-that-mp3-download_255151.html its-not-that-easy.wav and wait-a-minute.wav http://www.pacdv.com/sounds/voices-4.html Joel Osteen “Ease is Coming” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nBZI2-cUw6g Accessed 3/11/17 allwings.mp3 and almostthere.mp3 http://www.gotwavs.com/Movies/Star_Wars_Episode_IV_A_New_Hope_p5.html honored.wav, destiny.wav, and bad_feeling.wav http://www.wavsource.com/movies/star_wars.htm Star Wars is a registered trademark of Lucasfilm. Outro: “Anachronist” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ … Keep reading!
http://media.blubrry.com/bite_sized_theology/p/jwexperience.com/podcast/Episode00027-SoYouWantToBeAPastor.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSAll Christians are called to serve. Some are called to official or vocational positions, such as a preaching pastor. Yet wherever you fit into the realm of service, you have a responsibility to serve faithfully before you can be expected to take on more duties. Using Matthew 25:14-30 and Acts 13:1-3 as a guide, this episode discusses continuing in the small things to prove ability to handle bigger tasks. The winner of the Rate and Review T-shirt contest is my lovely wife, Abigail, since she was the only participant. Get your rating and review into iTunes now to be able to win when we host a contest again, probably around the holidays. Get in touch: Website: www.jwexperience.com Facebook: Bite-Sized Theology https://www.facebook.com/groups/1643844862602170/ Twitter: @bite_sizedtheo E-mail: email@example.com Intro: “Alarming News (60 seconds)” https://www.shockwave-sound.com/royalty-free-music-track/8584/alarming-news Sweet Brown – Ain’t Nobody Got Time for That http://www.mp3ye.eu/sweet-brown-ain’t-nobody-got-time-for-that-mp3-download_255151.html … Keep reading!
Title: Reformation Women Author: Rebecca Van Doodewaard Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books (April 25, 2017) Language: English Formats: Paperback Pages: 136 Reformation Women is a delightful, quick history of 12 women who were involved in the Reformation and had regular contact with some of the more well-known Reformers. I had not heard of any of these women, which was kind of the point of this book: bringing to light the contributions of lesser known members of the Reformation. Part of the reason these women are not as well-known is because they were busy running homes and ministering to the physical needs of their communities and were therefore unable to have as prolific of an impact in terms of writing or even speaking. What I find especially helpful about a book such as this is the reminder that Christianity has never been the domain of men alone. Faithful women, married and serving … Keep reading!
http://media.blubrry.com/bite_sized_theology/p/jwexperience.com/podcast/Episode00026-DoersNotJustHearers.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSPopular megachurch pastor Francis Chan left his megachurch in 2010 and has since been involved in a home church movement. Listen as Joe shares his thoughts on this and as he touches on James 1:21-27. News article about Francis Chan: http://www.christianpost.com/news/francis-chan-goes-into-detail-with-facebook-employees-on-why-he-left-his-megachurch-190136/ Check out your local library, they are a treasure trove of information! Books I’ve read from my library (Amazon Affiliate Links) October Sky by Homer Hickham http://amzn.to/2u1wccW Martin Luther by Martin E. Marty http://amzn.to/2txL5Dk Remember to leave a rating and review for the podcast in iTunes and then contact me through one of the means below to let me know which review is yours to be eligible for a T-shirt or coffee cup of your choice from one of the following stores: https://teespring.com/stores/read-old-dead-guys https://www.facebook.com/pg/ASourceOfJoyGraphics/shop/ Get in touch: Website: www.jwexperience.com Facebook: Bite-Sized Theology https://www.facebook.com/groups/1643844862602170/ Twitter: @bite_sizedtheo E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Intro: “Alarming News (60 seconds)” https://www.shockwave-sound.com/royalty-free-music-track/8584/alarming-news … Keep reading!
Working in laboratory medicine in general and Blood Banking specifically, popular media portrayal of lab practices or the science behind what I do can be irksome to downright infuriating. It must be the same for other fields, but because I don’t have those experiences, I can’t effectively comment on them. (If you work in a field that is inaccurately portrayed on TV or in movies, comment below with what gets you going!) Take the TV show House as one example. One element that they demonstrate accurately is that lab results are a crucial part of performing a differential diagnosis. However, it is highly suspect that the doctors in the show would perform that lab testing in real life. This is not a knock on doctors, but their skill set and training are vastly different from that of the laboratorian. From conversations I’ve had with other lab scientists, doctors typically received … Keep reading!
http://media.blubrry.com/bite_sized_theology/p/jwexperience.com/podcast/Episode00025-TheBlessingoftheBible.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSThe Bible is an incredible book, inspired by God (literally “God-breathed”), recorded by dozens of authors over many centuries, providing a cohesive narrative of the human condition and God’s solution for sin. Yet there was a time when many were unable to hear or even read these life-giving words in their own language; in fact, there are still some 1500-1600 people groups throughout the world who STILL do not have Scripture in their native tongues. Join me for a brief history of how the English Bible came to be. Don’t forget to rate and review for a chance to win a coffee mug or T-shirt! You can choose from either of the following online sources: https://teespring.com/stores/read-old-dead-guys https://www.facebook.com/pg/ASourceOfJoyGraphics/shop/ Wycliffe Bible Translators: https://www.wycliffe.org/ Amazon Affiliate Link: Tyndale: The Man Who Gave God an English Voice by David Teems http://amzn.to/2sB4GyP Get in touch: Website: www.jwexperience.com Facebook: … Keep reading!
Having a family is all sorts of fun. There are unique challenges to be faced, as well as numerous questions to be fielded from young ones (like, “Where’s Mama?” asked seventeen times in a row by the almost-two-year-old). I couldn’t do all I do without my wife by my side. There are times of peaceful quiet. One of the more cherished events for me is being able to hold my sleeping young ones. It does not happen often, even when they are little, so it is special in a way that I can’t fully describe. Occasionally my older ones will wake up in the middle of the night and sitting up with them is what helps them go back to sleep, but usually it comes down to refilling a water cup and/or tucking them back into their blankets. Not that I don’t enjoy being able to give them even that small … Keep reading!
A transfusion reaction could simply be described as a negative event resulting from a blood or blood component transfusion. It can be a minor annoyance or a life-threatening incident and may occur immediately after the transfusion is started or hours to days later. During a transfusion, the patient is to be monitored for adverse effects. At bare minimum, the patient’s vital signs (temperature, pulse, blood pressure, and rate of respiration) must be recorded at the start of the transfusion, 15 minutes into the transfusion, and at the end of the transfusion. Additionally, a nurse or other medical professional should be near the patient during at least the first 15 minutes; staffing levels may not allow for someone to be physically at the patient’s side the entire time, but the monitoring individual should be close enough to detect anything unusual in short order. If you ever need to receive a transfusion, … Keep reading!