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Chef Phillip Dell talks about "entertaining" vs real "hospitality". He also shares easy cooking ideas for all our holiday leftovers!
This is who picks the music on SOS Radio :) Gavin is 3 yrs old and Naomi is 4 years old.
Merry Christmas! - Scott
Actress/Author Lisa Whelchel talks helping our kids connect with the real meaning of Christmas & she shares about her new movie Madea Christmas!
Jonny Diaz talks about selfishness and selflessness. How working to better ourselves isn't really a pride thing. He also talks about how scars are evidence of our journey & they open up our future. He also performs live in our podcast!
The Christmas season is upon us. Are you ready? Have you planned out what you will do to stay on track? By Chef Phillip Dell
Almost everyone I know is confronted with temptations all through the holiday season. Be it Christmas treats, work parties and potlucks or gifts from vendors or clients. We are all tempted to falter during the holidays.
I want to remind you that we are seeking the fruit of self-control here.
Proverbs 25:28 says: "Like a city whose walls are broken down is a man who lacks self-control."
Vernon Fox is head coach for Faith Lutheran High School. His students won the Nevada State Football Championship. Vernon has played for the Denver Broncos, San Diego Chargers, Washington Redskins & Detroit Lions before coaching.
He talked with Scott Herrold about leadership, faith and keeping success straight.
Here's a printable Thanksgiving list to help you get all the variables organized for Thanksgiving! Print it here!
Organized Chaos Online has 13 pages of organization lists you can use to organize, stay on track & get ahead of the chaos.
Chef Phillip Dell talks with me about transformational fruit and he shares a healthier way to cook a turkey that keeps it totally juciy! Feel free to share any of our on demand content with your friends and family! -Scott
I made the trip to Oregon this past weekend to take my little sister to her first Ducks football game. We had a blast even though it was 46 and pouring. About half way through the 3rd quarter a young man decided he want to try and start the wave in the stadium.
One person out of 60,000… the odds aren’t in his favor. I watched him for about 45 minutes try to pump up the crowd, but each time the wave would die about two sections over. He was determined. After trying 25 times and failing each time… He tried again, with the same enthusiasm as the 1st try.
Was just talking to a friend about my being nervous for a new adventure we are both part of. This is the week where the money that's needed will hopefully be raised for it. It's the "hopefully" part that makes me nervous!
But they pointed out two things:
1. "Any great call of God has three stages: impossible, difficult and done." That's a quote from Chris Tomlin. How often do so many of us want to skip that middle step? And, how many people in the Bible, when called by God, suddenly had cake walk lives? Almost none of them. Not Moses. Not Joseph. Not Paul. And certainly not Jesus.