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Dan Young on Why Vulnerability Matters (5 Parts) |  | SOS Radio

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vulnerability is the currency of human connection. Without the ability to open up to another human being, we miss out on most of what life is all about. We also lose the ability to really share the gospel... after all, we can't share the story of how Jesus transformed us if we aren't honest about the brokenness in us that needed a Savior.

Here's the exciting news: as Christians, we have every reason to be courageously vulnerable!

In this 5-part series, Dan Young identifies the reasons we fear vulnerability, the ways we run from it, and how to drop those fears and grow into our new ability to open up.

 

Ms. Catapat's Creative Seating Project at Somerset Academy |  | SOS Radio

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here's today's project: Ms. Honeylette Catapat from Somerset Academy's Stephanie Campus has a project to give her students flexible seating choices in class to spark creativity & responsibiity.

Mrs. Ferry's STEM Technology Project for Special Ed Students |  | SOS Radio

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here's today's project: Mrs. Ferry at New Bridge Elementary in Ogden, UT wants to build STEM technology into her special education classroom.

Ms Ursini Colorado River Water Project for Students

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ms. Jennier Ursini from Diamondback Elementary School in Bullhead City is doing a science project to teach her kids about the importance of the Colorado River. (It runs right through their community)

Ms Ursini's project will give a hands on opportunity to see the life cycle of water and how it affects the Bulhead City area directly.

Mrs. Zakem's Rube Goldberg Machines at Garside Middle School |  | SOS Radio

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mrs. Zakem has a big idea - she wants to build Rube Goldberg machines with her science students!

She says, "National Rube Goldberg Machine Contest. They first need to explore simple machines and how they work. I want to allow them time to work with these hands-on materials so when they enter the contest they can use their knowledge, creativity, and hard work to build the most complex Rube Goldberg machines their minds can fathom."

You can actually help make Mrs. Robinson's project a reality by supporting her at DonorsChoose.org!

Mrs. Robinson's Snap Circuits at Diskin Elementary |  | SOS Radio

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mrs. Robinson from Pat A. Diskin Elementary in Las Vegas shares an exciting way to teach her students electrical concepts... Snap Circuits!

You can actually help make Mrs. Robinson's project a reality by supporting her at DonorsChoose.org!

Chef Phillip Dell - Ideas To Prep Lunches |  | SOS Radio

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chef Phillip Dell is a guy who's lost over 70 pounds by changing his diet and adding in exercise. He says the big key is prepping before hand. He shares tips about meal planning that will help you eat better! Here's the audio:

 

 

Ms. Perdok's Aviation Project at Pinecrest Academy - Cadence |  | SOS Radio

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here's today's project: Ms. Perdok leads the aviation program at Pinecrest Academy's Cadence Campus in Henderson! If you're interested in helping with any aviation supplies, donations or resources, you can email [email protected]. She's always looking for great speakers from the aviation industry to share in her class too!

 

 

 

Ms. Perdok has needs for a special project to teach her students about aviation communications this fall. You can donate toward the project by clicking here! https://www.donorschoose.org/aviation


Taking Every Thought Captive. It's Actually Possible! |  | SOS Radio

 

 

 

 

 

 

I had an email from Kelli. She asked, "How do we live a life at work and renew our mind each day like the Bible talks about?"

 

We Ask God to do it!

In Romans 12, St Paul warns us, "Don’t conform to this age. Instead, be transformed by renewing your minds."  I've found the best way to stay grounded in this is to go out of our way to make God's word (The Bible) my moral and spiritual foundation. I try to line up all my logic to make sure it falls under the authority of the Bible. 

Brandon Heath - Healing from Bitterness |  | SOS Radio

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Most of us don't have it all together. If we want to love God and others with our whole hearts, sometimes we have to go through some healing first. But letting go of resentment and bitterness isn't easy. Brandon Heath chats with Dan Young about moving forward and being ALL of yourself. He also performs his hit songs, 'Whole Heart' and 'I'm Not Who I Was.'

 

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