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We are a gathering of imperfect people who have been and are being changed by the work of God in us. Most sermons in this podcast are preached by Pastor Paul Sausser, who is a lifelong learner, especially in the area of biblical literature and ancient biblical culture. He has a M.Div. degree from Calvin Theological Seminary and a D.Min. degree from Bethel Theological Seminary in St. Paul, and served at three other churches leading up to Discovery.
 
Living Grace Ministries is a unique church with its own unique purpose. Our charge from the Holy Spirit is to teach the message of God’s grace and love as displayed throughout the Scriptures and as taught by our Lord Jesus Christ and the Apostles. Paul in his writings references this Gospel of Grace as the good news, the almost too good to be true news. In this message of the Gospel we find the fullness of reconciliation with God, free from such things as guilt, shame and condemnation often ...
 
CNN's chief Washington correspondent, Jake Tapper, hosts this hourlong weekday afternoon program, which mixes Tapper's interests with headlines from around the country and the world, headlines that span politics, money, sports and popular culture. "The Lead" also concentrates on bringing stories that aren't found on front pages -- buried leads -- to the forefront.
 
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The Matriarch of Redemption City Church opens up about pain and redemption in her life as a Jesus Follower. Send feedback to josh.foor@redemptiongr.org Resources: Theory Triangle (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1jiclbibPgAOu82GNaYvqxD8NlDs22NeV35aEv6FA4u4/edit?usp=sharing) Music Credit: Carlos Feitoza (https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6BbTgCMX…
 
For many people, 2020 is an ongoing collision of difficult, stressful situations. As COVID-19 cases surge in the state, Michigan Radio is talking to Michiganders about how the pandemic is affecting their lives. Danielle Dix works the third shift at a West Michigan hospital. The Grand Rapids mom has a second job in retail. All the while, she's tryin…
 
Bonus Episode! We interview a lead Shipt Shopper in Grand Rapids. Kristen Cambell Miles is the lead shipt shopper. She has done over 4k shops and is a badass when it comes to shopping. I hope you enjoy it! Our Sponsors: Studio Sponsor: Ervines Auto and Grand Rapids Hybrid Call them at 616-532-660 or ervines.com Oiluber: They are an on-demand oil ch…
 
Our Sponsors: Studio Sponsor: Ervines Auto and Grand Rapids Hybrid Call them at 616-532-660 or ervines.com Oiluber: They are an on-demand oil change company that comes to you! Go to Oiluber.com Please follow them on Facebook! They are looking for techs as well Jackie from MIAFS is the Gig Economy Podcast insurance agent. Call her at 269-569-6127 or…
 
The words "exacerbate" and "exasperate" look and sound very similar. That could explain why people sometimes say "exasperate" when they mean "exacerbate," as our listner Judy Nikolai has noticed. "Once or twice I've even heard reporters or interviewees on NPR employ what I believe is this incorrect usage," she says.…
 
Trump snaps at reporter who asked about conceding; For the first time, Trump says he will leave white house if electoral college votes for Biden; Trump won’t say if he will attend Biden’s inauguration; Trump says he’ll campaign in GA senate runoffs; Ex-election security chief: “I stand by” my statement, the election was the most secure in American …
 
Lazarus Jackson (@lazchance) talked to T.J. McBride (@TJMcBrideNBA) about the Pistons' acquisition of Jerami Grant and Mason Plumlee. That, in turn, became a discussion about noise in plus/minus, Blake Griffin playing center, a Flint Beecher legend, playing the piano to impress your future bosses, Bol Bol technically being a rookie, the triumphant …
 
Biden: “every decision we make matters” in fighting Covid; Biden urges unity: “we’re at war with a virus, not each other”; Trump cancels PA trip, makes baseless claims of voter fraud at GOP event on speaker phone; Trump calls into PA event with baseless election claims; Sources: pardon for Michael Flynn, Paul Manafort and George Papadopoulos under …
 
Today on Stateside , recently re-elected Democratic Representative Haley Stevens (MI-11) explains what’s next in the process of getting COVID-19 vaccines to Michiganders and talks about the presidential transition process. Plus, a conversation about the lasting influence of jazz legend Yusef Lateef.By Stateside Staff
 
The number of people in Michigan hospitalized with COVID-19 continues to rise. Already, many hospitals are stretched to their limit. Our reporters have been speaking to frontline health care workers, and today we want to bring you the voice of Elise Pavlige. She’s an ICU nurse at Mercy Health in Muskegon, where inpatient cases have gone from less t…
 
Trump makes surprise appearance to brag about stock market before annual turkey pardoning; Biden: America will “lead the world, not retreat from it”; Biden: Team brings experience, leadership, fresh thinking; Trump makes two brief appearances today, takes no questions; Trump’s HHS Secy” We’re “Immediately” getting Biden team all material they feel …
 
Today on Stateside , a conversation with Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) about making mental health accessible and the future of the Senate under President-elect Biden. Plus, a look at the history of some notable Black Michiganders—from the pre-Civil War era to the suffrage movement.By Stateside Staff
 
Jesus tells us to abide in him - but how do we do that? See the Rule of Life at redemptiongr.org/rule. Send feedback to josh.foor@redemptiongr.org Resources: Theory Triangle (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1jiclbibPgAOu82GNaYvqxD8NlDs22NeV35aEv6FA4u4/edit?usp=sharing) Music Credit: Carlos Feitoza (https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6BbTgCMX9N7Mx…
 
Biden names Antony Blinken as Secretary of State; Trump campaign drops lawyers who pushed conspiracies; Biden nominees include first immigrant as Homeland Security secretary & first woman to lead intel community; Trump’s “election defense” donations also go to his leadership PAC; Millions travel for Thanksgiving amid Covid-19 surge; Doctor: n95 mas…
 
International Man of Mystery Andrew Panaggio shares some great stuff with us about his journey. Send feedback to josh.foor@redemptiongr.org Resources: Theory Triangle (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1jiclbibPgAOu82GNaYvqxD8NlDs22NeV35aEv6FA4u4/edit?usp=sharing) Music Credit: Carlos Feitoza (https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6BbTgCMX9N7MxjliqYiv…
 
More than 3,800 people in Michigan are currently hospitalized with COVID-19. Deaths from the virus are rising as well. As cases continue to rise across the state, we’re talking with folks who have been personally impacted by the pandemic. Among those hardest hit are health care professionals.By Rachel Ishikawa
 
Bonus Episode! We interview Michael, the creator of the new app, I Need A Hand You can find I Need A Hand, here Our Sponsors: Studio Sponsor: Ervines Auto and Grand Rapids Hybrid Call them at 616-532-660 or ervines.com Oiluber: They are an on-demand oil change company that comes to you! Go to Oiluber.com Please follow them on Facebook! They are loo…
 
Trump falsely claims “I won” the election; President Trump continues quest to overturn election, meeting with Michigan GOP lawmakers; President-elect Biden speeding up key cabinet decisions; Biden adds more staff to incoming administration; Michigan state lawmakers at WH for meeting with Trump; Source: Handful of alarmed Republicans discussing Trum…
 
Today on Stateside , Michigan’s Republican legislative leaders headed to the White House to talk to President Trump about his desire to reverse the will of Michigan voters. Also, the founders of Michigan’s first black-owned brewery talk about carving out their place in the craft beer scene and starting a business during a pandemic.…
 
It’s no secret that Michigan has an incredible wealth of craft beer and breweries. But while the microbrew industry might be booming, it’s obvious that it is lacking in diversity— from brewmasters to brewery owners. While we do know some part owners and brewers who are Black, the state’s first fully-Black-owned brewery is set to release its debut b…
 
Biden to meet with Schumer & Pelosi tomorrow in Delaware; Source: MI GOP Officials asked to rescind vote to certify election after personal calls from President Trump; Source: Trump told ally he knows he lost, but wants to get back at Dems for questioning legitimacy of his 2016 win; Biden, Harris speak after meeting with governors; Biden: There’s n…
 
Today on Stateside , we talk about the restaurant association’s lawsuit against the state’s orders hitting down in-person dining experiences. Also, as the CDC recommends Americans not travel for Thanksgiving, we check in on the travel industry which has been improvising day to day throughout the pandemic…
 
Marcela Rubio-Orozco and Andrew Epstein are married co-owners of Dolores, a restaurant and bar that served homemade Mexican food in Ypsilanti. They made the difficult decision to close the business earlier this year amid the first COVID-19 surge and the public health restrictions that accompanied it.…
 
Lazarus Jackson (@lazchance) goes solo to recap the Detroit Pistons' wild 2020 NBA Draft. In one night, the Pistons: Got their mythical Point Guard Of The Future Replaced their 23-year-old super-athletic developmental point guard with a 21-year-old super-athletic developmental point guard Traded their longest tenured player (who was till on a rooki…
 
Source: HHS staffers told not to communicate with Biden team; official: Trump in “bunker mentality” as he stayed behind closed doors; Biden: if Trump keeps delaying transition briefings, our Covid response will be “behind by weeks or months”; Biden coronavirus adviser: “we will be ready on day one”; Sources: Biden considering RI, NM govs for HHS se…
 
Today on Stateside , as COVID surges across the state, we talk to a healthcare administrator about the situation in the Upper Peninsula. Plus, a photo project focusing on the people who harvest the the food we put on our tables. And, a look into the wild ride that was the Wayne County vote certification last night.…
 
We’ve been hearing a lot about the numbers of this COVID-19 surge. How many cases. How many deaths. But healthcare workers want people to understand what it feels like to be back here, fighting this battle again, inside the hospital. “Initially, there were a lot of feelings of anger.”By Kate Wells
 
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