Down for the count part 3- The Recovery with Rick & Amy Moyer from Take Him With You

Posted: August 1, 2009 in Cool Stuff just for you

Down for the Count part 3- The Recovery- Take Him With You Podcast w/Rick & Amy Moyer
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Direct Download of this week’s podcast:  http://www.takehimwithyou.com/podcast/080209recovering.mp3
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This week my wife joins me for a very insightful interview and advice on moving on with life after very hard dissapointments.

I start out by playing a promo for The Anomaly Podcast with Jen and Angela.  http://www.anomalypodcast.comVERY worth the listen.  These ladies rock and have some excellent perspective on geekdom.  🙂

RICK’s HOUSE

I start out playing my acoustic guitar and goofing around with a song I’m writing called “Farther Away”. 

I got to do another photo shoot-  The Slater’s 50th Wedding Anniversary.  Here is a cool picture, you can find more on my facebook account http://www.facebook.com/rick.moyer  
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I play a bit on my guitar.

I talk about USA Network’s tv show “In Plain Sight” 
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What do you listen to when it comes to Podcasts?

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I listen to:

Attic of my Mind
Champ Podcast with Jeff Jobb
AppyTimes with Tim from England
Take Him With You
Knights of the Guild
The Anomaly Podcast
Treks In Sci Fi Podcast
Joel Osteen’s Podcast
Waffle On Podcast
Extra Life Radio
The official Lost Podcast

Baby, it’s hot outside!

I sing a silly song about the heat.- the Northwest blues.

I attempt to play an old Boston tune… attempt.

The Are you addicted to Farm Town? video is up to over 2500 views on youtube and myspace.

I then talk about Waffle On the podcast with my friends Meds and Kell- I play their promo.  http://waffleon.podbean.com

WORDS OF WISDOM

Proverbs 3 in the New Living Translation

Trusting in the Lord

 1 My child,[a] never forget the things I have taught you.
      Store my commands in your heart.
 2 If you do this, you will live many years,
      and your life will be satisfying.
 3 Never let loyalty and kindness leave you!
      Tie them around your neck as a reminder.
      Write them deep within your heart.
 4 Then you will find favor with both God and people,
      and you will earn a good reputation.

 5 Trust in the Lord with all your heart;
      do not depend on your own understanding.
 6 Seek his will in all you do,
      and he will show you which path to take.

 7 Don’t be impressed with your own wisdom.
      Instead, fear the Lord and turn away from evil.
 8 Then you will have healing for your body
      and strength for your bones.

 9 Honor the Lordwith your wealth
      and with the best part of everything you produce.
 10 Then he will fill your barns with grain,
      and your vats will overflow with good wine.

 11 My child, don’t reject the Lord’s discipline,
      and don’t be upset when he corrects you.
 12 For the Lord corrects those he loves,
      just as a father corrects a child in whom he delights.[b]

 13 Joyful is the person who finds wisdom,
      the one who gains understanding.
 14 For wisdom is more profitable than silver,
      and her wages are better than gold.
 15 Wisdom is more precious than rubies;
      nothing you desire can compare with her.
 16 She offers you long life in her right hand,
      and riches and honor in her left.
 17 She will guide you down delightful paths;
      all her ways are satisfying.
 18 Wisdom is a tree of life to those who embrace her;
      happy are those who hold her tightly.

 19 By wisdom the Lordfounded the earth;
      by understanding he created the heavens.
 20By his knowledge the deep fountains of the earth burst forth,
      and the dew settles beneath the night sky.

 21 My child, don’t lose sight of common sense and discernment.
      Hang on to them,
 22 for they will refresh your soul.
      They are like jewels on a necklace.
 23 They keep you safe on your way,
      and your feet will not stumble.
 24 You can go to bed without fear;
      you will lie down and sleep soundly.
 25 You need not be afraid of sudden disaster
      or the destruction that comes upon the wicked,
 26 for the Lord is your security.
      He will keep your foot from being caught in a trap.

 27 Do not withhold good from those who deserve it
      when it’s in your power to help them.
 28 If you can help your neighbor now, don’t say,
      “Come back tomorrow, and then I’ll help you.”

 29 Don’t plot harm against your neighbor,
      for those who live nearby trust you.
 30 Don’t pick a fight without reason,
      when no one has done you harm.

 31 Don’t envy violent people
      or copy their ways.
 32 Such wicked people are detestable to the Lord,
      but he offers his friendship to the godly.

 33 The Lord curses the house of the wicked,
      but he blesses the home of the upright.

 34 The Lord mocks the mockers
      but is gracious to the humble.[c]

 35 The wise inherit honor,
      but fools are put to shame!

I play my friend’s Jenny and Kenny’s promo for Knights of the Guild  http://www.knightsoftheguild.com

We ask if you could help us out with the Podcast Take Him With You- we need the help- can you donat to keep us doing the podcast weekly?  http://www.takehimwithyou.com click on donate or newsletter.  THANK YOU!  And thanks to all that are helping us.

I then play a promo for Rico Dostie’s Treks In Sci Fi- http://www.treksinscifi.com

Visit my website that Rico helped build for me.  http://www.moyermultimedia.com
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FOOD FOR THOUGHT
I read a comment from a listener about last week’s show.

Today my wife Amy joins me in talking about recovering from traumatic experiences.  After going through some pretty tough times in different churches and jobs, Amy and I have some good advice for getting over disappointing circumstances.  There is hope after devastation.  Hang on, this could really help you! 

  Here are some of the things that helped us to move on with life.

  • Keep eyes on Jesus not on men or women
  • Never underestimate intuition
  • If it feels uncomfortable, it probably is.
  • Never follow blindly- ask questions but don’t be critical
  • Feelings fade over time
  • Trust is earned not just given

 

This is a very important podcast to listen to.  Tell a friend about it and start on the road to healing from going through tough circumstances.

Next week I am going to talk about how to deal with change in our lives.  It’s called CH CH CH CHANGES!  It’s going to rock!

Again, thanks for listening: here is the direct download:  http://www.takehimwithyou.com/podcast/080209recovering.mp3

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