We’re not gonna take it! aka “The drive home!”

Posted: March 7, 2009 in Cool Stuff just for you

This week on Take Him With You- podcast notes for show #030809 “We’re not gonna take it!”

Direct download here http://www.takehimwithyou.com/podcast/030809werenotgonnatakeit.mp3

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Grocery shopping, turtles as pets, the new Star Trek movie and MORE!

We start out with a quick promo for Waffle On, a very cool podcast with my friend Meds from England

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Rick’s House!

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We start off talking about our new pet Turtle who is named Raphael. Do you see a resemblance?

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Read all about it over at our blog

We discuss in detail the zoo at our house and how he won’t eat. Of course at the writing of these notes, he finally did consume some turkey sausage and seems to be much more happy. He likes strawberries too.

Nathan has been playing his penny whistle (Resican Flute) for the cats. They like it, especially Stripey. Go figure!

The price of groceries is discussed. We need a cow. We drink too much milk.

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Fun projects this week- We recorded some music for Treks In Sci Fi
A song about the Matrix movie. Click here to listen.
A video for the Biggest Trekkie Contest with Esurance.

We talk about Bob and Gebular, and how Nathan and make their voices for TREKS IN SCI FI with RICO DOSTIE

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I talk about my involvement with The Treks in sci fi RPG game. I am counelor Margon a Bolian. Here is my friend Jen’s artist rendition of my character
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Last but not least, before words of wisdom we talk about the new Star Trek Movie – it’s coming out May 8th. Here is the trailer
see it here

Words of Wisdom this week from 1st Peter 4:7-21

7-11Everything in the world is about to be wrapped up, so take nothing for granted. Stay wide-awake in prayer. Most of all, love each other as if your life depended on it. Love makes up for practically anything. Be quick to give a meal to the hungry, a bed to the homeless—cheerfully. Be generous with the different things God gave you, passing them around so all get in on it: if words, let it be God’s words; if help, let it be God’s hearty help. That way, God’s bright presence will be evident in everything through Jesus, and he’ll get all the credit as the One mighty in everything—encores to the end of time. Oh, yes!

Glory Just Around the Corner

12-13Friends, when life gets really difficult, don’t jump to the conclusion that God isn’t on the job. Instead, be glad that you are in the very thick of what Christ experienced. This is a spiritual refining process, with glory just around the corner.

Then a quick promo for Jen and Angela’s way cool podcast THE ANOMALY click here and check it out.

FOOD FOR THOUGHT!
We’re not gonna take it!

I talk about the ride home from the concert that changed my life. The kids asked me to turn off the stereo and talk about what had happened. So I talk about that.

They asked questions like:
Who created God?
Why is there suffering in the world?
How do we know the Bible is true?

Do you want me to cover some of those questions on Take Him With You? email me and let me know rick@takehimwithyou.com

So we talked about what should we do now? After actually giving our heart over to God. Where do we go from here?

1. Read the Bible- don’t check your brains at the door just read it for yourself. It’s not all boring. There is a lot of cool things in it. Give it a shot. I recommend starting in the book of John in the New Testament.

Cool places to read the bible online:
http://www.biblegateway.com
http://www.crosswalk.com
http://www.newlivingtranslation.com

2. Talk to God- sharing our heart with God is really important.
3. Hang out with folks that want to know God more too.
4. Share about God.
I talk about a guy I ran into on Bourbon Street in New Orleans, he had a big white cross.
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I wrap up talking about how God got my attention.

Email me any questions you have. I am challenging folks to read the gospel of John. It’s so cool when you read it for yourself.

Then I play a song that I helped write called “Dear Lord”
Here are the lyrics–
Dear Lord by Rick Moyer, Don Stone, Mike Pirianian and Kenny Miller

(whisper)Dear Lord

Well they say the fields are ready, and the harvest is it hand
and I say Lord, well I’m only just one man
You’ve given me a purpose since I have first believed
My heart’s been changed inside and new one been conceived.

Dear Lord, I pray, Dear Lord I say, I’ll always love you

So my prayer it echoes loudly in the chambers of my soul
pressing forward always to the high calling of your goal
To serve you is an honor, yes the fight it must go on
As long as Satan’s boasting I’ll sing to you this song

Dear Lord, I pray, Dear Lord I say, I’ll always love you

Some people try to sway me but they’ve never really walked
Serving you is more than theology and talk
So from the day I made you Lord till the day I die
Out of the depths of who I am you’ll always here me cry

Dear Lord, I pray, Dear Lord I say, I’ll always love you
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After the song is done I play a promo for Kenny and Jenny’s Knights of the Guild Podcast http://knightsoftheguild.podbean.com
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I say a prayer for you, and introduc next week’s podcast subject… it’s called Using and Abusing, all about living in two different worlds, and how it was harmful on me.

Thanks for listening. Please email me your comments, and make a post below! rick@takehimwithyou.com

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