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Discover ancient Egypt, in their own words. This podcast uses ancient texts and archaeology to uncover the lost world of the Nile Valley. A tale of pharaohs, pyramids, gods, and people. The show is written by a trained Egyptologist and uses detailed, up-to-date research. We dive deep into the ancient society, to uncover their fascinating tales. A member of the Agora Podcast Network. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
¡Hola mamá, hey girl! I know that you want to parent to the best of your abilities, but you’re unsure of God’s way. You are afraid of falling victim to worldly parenting and you really want to partner with Holy Spirit to empower your babies and children to become world changers and create impact for God’s kingdom! am I right? But you just don’t know where to start. I will tell you that it all begins right from your mouth with the power of your words! The truth is that, “death and life are in ...
 
This is a story about life. This is a story about light. This is a story of how some men are the product of their lives, and some are the prisoners of the choices they have made. This is a story about sin. Joseph Leighton is on the cusp of adulthood, his university days stretching before him with the luxury of rose-tinted foresight. David Leighton is Joseph's father, a grumpy, vicious sour man. Or is he a snake-hipped guitar god, with a shot at the big time? John Leighton is Joseph's grandfa ...
 
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Brad Klassen • Selected Scriptures • Sermon Notes (Video) For more information about this sermon visit gracechurch.org/sermons/18009. To learn more about Men of the Word, a ministry of Grace Community Church, visit gracechurch.org/motw.Brad Klassen
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey and David Walker are joined by writer Clive Martin for the latest edition of Mesut Haaland Dicks. Martin's loves, hates, fascinations and irritations of football include: Premier League players visiting kids in hospital, teams capitulating after half-time, the failing national institution that is Arsenal Football Club and…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, Charlie Eccleshare and David Walker gather for the Adjudication Panel. On the agenda this week: Phil Jones finally gets his deserved (and very detailed) revenge on the keyboard warriors, why Alan Smith has been using the word "footover" on Sky Sports since at least 2014, and your tales of distinctly PG-rated matchday out…
 
An interview with Nozomu Kawai, Professor of Egyptology at Kanazawa University, Japan. In this episode, we discuss the background of Tutankhamun's reign and family; and get to grips with some of the people who have appeared in the podcast (e.g. Maia, Sennedjem, and Userhat Hatiay). Prof. Kawai is an expert on this period, and his insights have been…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, James Maw and Jack Pitt-Brooke languish in the second tier of European football to establish the most Europa League lineup possible: from diminutive Iberian playmakers to Brazilians with one name and a squad number between 80-99, via a lengthy dispute over the merits of Victor Moses. Led out, naturally, by Unai Emery, th…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, Charlie Eccleshare and Nick Miller assemble for the Adjudication Panel. On the agenda this week: Richard Keys and Andy Gray bravely dismantling the Marcelo Bielsa Myth, Mike Dean's comedy TV cameo, and the latest entry into the grand pantheon of freak footballing injuries. Meanwhile, the panel enjoy some more peak Peter …
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, Jack Pitt-Brooke and Phil Hay trawl through the history books to finally nail down the definitive twelve stages of a club crisis. In part two of this special double-header the panel ponder whether the dreaded vote of confidence is still relevant in the social media age, examine how many ways a beleaguered manager can pre…
 
Brad Klassen • Selected Scriptures • Sermon Notes (PDF | DOC | PDF | Video) For more information about this sermon visit gracechurch.org/sermons/17980. To learn more about Men of the Word, a ministry of Grace Community Church, visit gracechurch.org/motw.Brad Klassen
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, Jack Pitt-Brooke and Phil Hay trawl through the history books to finally nail down the definitive twelve stages of a club crisis. In part one of this special double-header our panel document the early warning signs of a club in turmoil including pre-season woe, opening day deflation via transfer window frustration, and t…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey and David Walker are joined by the much-travelled striker Cillian Sheridan for the latest edition of Mesut Haaland Dicks. Sheridan uses all his experience to share his love of retro football boots, the satisfaction of a good half-volley and why he gets so annoyed by football commentators. Meanwhile, he decides if he reall…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, David Walker and Nick Miller convene for another Adjudication Panel. This time, they scrutinise Brendan Rodgers' claim about Norfolk sunshine, debate whether Wolves are currently the most "they'll be fine" club ever and examine the most inevitable-sounding deadline-day transfers. Meanwhile, they discuss the rights of phy…
 
My home country (New Zealand) has unexpectedly gone into a full, multi-week lockdown. This means my work spaces and research facilities are currently inaccessible. So, I need to take a short break from the narrative. Not to worry, there is still a few "extra pieces" to share. Some interviews, and a couple special episodes as well. Thanks for your s…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, James Maw and Michael Cox cobble together a line-up of emergency goalkeepers, stoppers, enforcers and goal-poachers. Why is there such a rich history of strikers fancying themselves at centre-back? Why do we assume that ageing forwards will be able to retire to midfield and "spray the ball about"? Are right-footed left-b…
 
Ready for a step by step HOW you can personalize affirmations for each of your children using biblical truths? This episode is for YOU! In this episode you will hear my own process with Holy Spirit in creating my very own affirmations for my second baby girl. This process took a year and 3 months from the time my husband and I conceived our baby un…
 
A life cut short. By 1334 BCE, Tut'ankhamun had ruled Egypt for approx. 10 years. Sadly, this would be his last. At the age of nineteen or so, the young ruler died. How did it happen? There are a few major hypotheses (illness, accident, or murder). However, as technology and medical science develops, some ideas seem less likely than others. In this…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, David Walker and Nick Miller form the Adjudication Panel to deconstruct a mesmerisingly dull Gareth Bale interview, admire the pedantry of the West Brom kit man and decide the most inevitable-sounding Premier League scoreline of all. Meanwhile, the panel decide which next footballing niche will earn its own specialist co…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, James Maw and Nick Miller compile a line-up of players whose Premier League legacies are overwhelmingly based around one very specific thing: a defining moment, a unique skill set, a silly goal celebration or a catastrophic mistake. Does Massimo Taibi get the nod in goal? Has Ben Thatcher elbowed his way into contention?…
 
King Tut'ankhamun was young, rich, and well-equipped for sport. His tomb contained an arsenal of goods, including chariots, bows, arrows, throwing sticks, and more. Also, artistic images convey the idea of the pharaoh as a triumphant hunter and warrior. In this episode, we explore evidence for Tut'ankhamun as a sportsman, pursuing game across the d…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, Charlie Eccleshare and David Walker form this week's Adjudication Panel, as Peter Drury rises above the competition to provide the best spoken-word Premier League preview montage, Jamie Carragher enjoys Arsenal being Arsenal just a *bit* too much and the concept of being "welcomed to the Premier League" is thrown into ch…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey and David Walker are joined by writer Joel Golby for the return of Mesut Haaland Dicks. Golby's nominations feature the moment a referee gets hit by the ball, a spirited vindication of half-and-half scarves and goalscoring defenders who just don't know how to celebrate. The podcast also confronts an uncomfortable question…
 
¡Sé que te has estado preguntando! y que estas super curiosa porque será que Ellie llama a Jesús por Su nombre hebreo Yahshua? En este episodio, compartiré cómo el Espíritu Santo nos llevó a mí y a mi esposo a tomar esa decisión y les daré una descripción general de los porqués. Digo en general porque el tema es bien profundo y está fuera de los te…
 
Maya, Ay, Horemheb, and others. The men who served King Tut'ankhamun were unusually prominent and powerful. The Overseer of the Treasury (Maya), the Supreme General (Horemheb) and the highest courtier (Ay) may have divided power among themselves. Why were they so powerful? The youth of Tut'ankhamun, and developments in royal power since the reign o…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, David Walker and James Maw convene the Adjudication Panel to rule on a referee blowing the match ball a kiss, twee tweeting about Lionel Messi from non-League clubs and what mundane footballing situations should be added to the animations of the forthcoming FIFA game. Meanwhile, they consider what football would really l…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, David Walker and Charlie Eccleshare raise the curtain for 2021-22 as they assess the state of the summer transfer sagas and try to find the smallest - and weirdest - transfer fee a player has ever commanded. Meanwhile, the Adjudication Panel run the rule over Kevin Friend showing the crowd a yellow card and assess some r…
 
The King's mummy, daily routine, and children. Thanks to the preservation of his burial, we know a lot about Tut'ankhamun's daily life and habits. Aspects of his routine, like his shaving kit, walking sticks, and even his children survive to this day. Some of these stories are curious, others carry echoes of tragedy and loss. Support the Show at ww…
 
I know you’ve been wondering! Se que estas super curiosa porque será que Ellie calls Jesus by His Hebrew name Yahshua? In this episode I will share how Holy Spirit led me and my household to make that decision and give you an overview of the whys. I say overview because the topic can get in depth and it is beyond the scope of this podcast. In the p…
 
The King's Great Wife. Queen Ankh-es-en-Amun (“She Lives for Amun”) was slightly older than her husband. Having grown up in the court, Ankhesenamun was established in power and experienced in royal life. However, she is far less prominent than her famous predecessors (Nefertiti and Tiye). Why? In this episode, we explore some of the traces of Ankhe…
 
Feliz día del Padre Dominicano y a todo papá en toda América Latina. Este episodio es para toda mamá y todo papá que necesita fuerza en la oración aquí les anímo a las madres a apoyar y orar por los papás. Estamos orando por tí porque tu eres la cabeza y el sacerdote de tu hogar. Nuestro Padre celestial te ha dado el honor y la oportunidad de ejemp…
 
Amun, Mut, Khonsu, and the King. Once a year, the city of Waset (Thebes / Luxor) hosted an enormous celebration. The Beautiful Festival of Opet honoured the great gods Amun-Ra, Mut, and Khonsu. The deities would emerge from their secret shrines, and ride in procession through the city and on the river. King Tut'ankhamun would lead these events, ren…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, David Walker and Charlie Eccleshare finally crash out of Euro 2020 by examining the language of penalty shootout agony, a surprising translation of Roberto Mancini's post-match interview and the inevitable "Fan of Beaten Finalist Got a Premature Tattoo" story. Meanwhile, the Adjudication Panel run the rule over the lates…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, Charlie Eccleshare and James Maw bask in England's post-semi-final warmth as they examine the glorious crowd sound of a penalty scored on the rebound, consider the merits of granting "Luke Shaw territory" independence and look ahead to perhaps the most frenzied three days of build-up in English football history. Meanwhil…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, David Walker and James Maw indulge in some extreme fate-tempting as they look at the most inevitable cultural consequences of England - maybe, probably, definitely - winning their first tournament in 55 years. Who's getting an OBE? Would there be a national Three Lions Day? What commemorative tat would you be obliged to …
 
Feliz Dia Mama de Fe, mamas guerreras en la oracion! Yo se que estamos en medio de una serie pero vamos a ir en otra direccion hoy porque hay varios temas que son sumamente importante para mi compartir contigo. Y bueno lo mas tiempo que tengo preparando las afirmaciones para las madres de nenes de varones pues lo mas empoderada que van a estar esas…
 
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Metal, Monuments, and Makers. Dr. Martin Odler is a researcher at the Czech Institute of Egyptology, at Charles University in Prague. He studies the tools and objects that Egyptians used to build their famous monuments. Martin has worked on many excavations, and his research has added greatly to our knowledge of technology. He sat down with me to d…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, David Walker and Nick Miller march into the Euro 2020 quarter-finals as they examine the more peculiar aspects of the coverage of England's win over Germany, from Harry Maguire's curious dribbling technique to Harry Kane "running his socks into the ground". Meanwhile, the Adjudication Panel examine the marketing speak of…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, David Walker and James Maw explore some more urgent Euro 2020 niches, including the state of play for England vs Germany media hype, why the BBC are getting thrashed by ITV on expected goals, and whether Italy's Federico Chiesa really did score a "solo effort" against Austria. Meanwhile, the Adjudication Panel explore th…
 
As we begin to walk these truths in our parenting I decree and declare our sons will also walk in the Joshua anointing found in Joshua chapter 1. If you prepped your index cards or notes with what the Lord highlighted for your sons using Numbers 13,14 and Joshua 1,6 join in to till the ground and then plant truth in your son's life for God's glory!…
 
Shrines, Temples, Sanctuaries. Dr. Briana Jackson is a specialist in the worship of Aten. The sanctuaries, shrines, temples, and monuments of Akhenaten appear throughout Egypt, Wawat, and Kush. In this interview, Dr. Jackson discusses the Aten temples, as well as her work on YouTube. Learn more about Dr. Briana Jackson on her website, Academia.edu,…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, David Walker and Charlie Eccleshare debate some more Euro 2020 minutiae, including the language of tournament exits, the latest status of England-squad clamouring, and the definitive ranking of all 24 Euros nations' demonyms (it's bad news for "the Austrians", good news for "the Czechs" and mixed news for "the Portuguese…
 
Giveaway Runs from Tuesday June 22nd until Monday July 5th. IF YOU HAVE NOT DONE SO ALREADY! Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or your favorite listening app + leave a 5 star review! You must screenshot the review before hitting submit and share the screenshot on your IG stories + tag me otherwise I won’t be able to see your entry! Tag me on IG @t…
 
New series alert!!! Today's episode is part of a 4 part series all about speaking life to boys! I look back at my life as a teenager and I am in awe of Holy Spirit because His voice trained me to speak biblical truth to two young boys in my life at the time. They were my training ground for Holy Spirit to teach me the power of words! And how cool I…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, David Walker and James Maw bathe in some more Euro 2020 pedantry, including whether Patrik Schick really qualifies as "that man", if Turkey's "dark horses" tag was the biggest scam of the summer, the ludicrous poses of Roberto Mancini and just who England fans are "clamouring" for now. Meanwhile, the Adjudication Panel e…
 
Any Fathers listening?! Tune in to hear the voice of a man just like YOU who simply said YES to Yahweh and surrendered his life to gain the abundant life and become a king and a priest of his home. This prayer is tailor made for you DAD, get your heart in a place to receive!!! For the prayer warriors in the room! In today’s Friday Blessing episode …
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, Charlie Eccleshare and Nick Miller are back for another slice of alternative Euro 2020 analysis, including the moral panic of footballers biting each other, Patrik Schick breathing new life into the genre of halfway-line wonder strikes and whether a penalty in a shootout should ever find itself in a "greatest goals" deba…
 
Reconstructing Music. Michael Levy is a renowned composer for ancient instruments and music. Using replicas of artefacts, and taking inspiration from texts and art, Michael creates wonderful songs based in the ancient styles. Michael sat down with the podcast to discuss his recent works, including his wonderful albums of ancient Egyptian compositio…
 
Hey faith-fueled mama I have a special treat for you today to honor the Father’s in our lives as we celebrate them during Father’s day! I know this podcast has been all about you BUT TODAY I have invited one of the people that poured into Jesse and I spiritually, we sat in his discipleship class. He is a voice that is going to speak life to you AND…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, David Walker and James Maw explore the alternative sub-plots of Euro 2020's early stages, including a successful union of Tyldesley & McCoist, Barry from EastEnders transmitting Euros fever, expected chuckles (xCh) with David Seaman, Romelu Lukaku's "language of goals" and the future mid-table Premier League stars of the…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, Charlie Eccleshare and Nick Miller hit peak Euros-previewing by putting together their fantasy European Championships tournament - the best format, the best ball, the best official mascot, the best TV theme tune, the dream punditry lineup and the most iconic winning team. They also discuss a charming cricket/football cro…
 
Gold in them hills. Tut'ankhamun is famous for his gold. But where did it come from? And how did the pharaoh pay for his costly Restoration project? In this episode, we briefly explore some records for Tut’ankhamun’s gold miners and how they obtained that precious yellow metal… Date: c. 1336 BCE www.egyptianhistorypodcast.com, Music by Keith Zizza.…
 
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