Dec 2, 2017
On episode 9, I would like to introduce a new feature that will give you information about keeping your money, and improving your finances. To start it off this week we are talking credit cards. You know those little things we can’t do without these days? The podcast received 1000 downloads for the month and I estimate about 100 subscribers. If you like the show will you leave it a positive review on Apple podcast or Google Play?
Our weekly bible reading begins the book of Exodus, the second book of Moses.
I have a special guest on this week’s show. His name is Paul G. Markel. He is a good guy in my book. He is an example of a Christian man that is not portrayed on TV and movies. He is also a warrior, father, and husband.
He has worn many hats during his lifetime. He has been a U.S. Marine, Police Officer, Professional Bodyguard, and Small Arms and Tactics Instructor. Mr. Markel has been writing professionally for law enforcement and firearms periodicals for nearly twenty years with hundreds and hundreds of articles in print. Paul is a regular guest on nationally syndicated radio talk shows and subject matter expert in firearms training and use of force. He has a large internet presence under the name Student of the Gun. (SOTG) In this conversation, he shares info on three books of the many he has penned.
· Dad rules
· Team Honey Badger
· Faith the Patriot: a Belief Worth Fighting for
Last week I was pretty successful with my podcasting projects even though I am not real happy with the quality of the recordings that I dropped into my shows. I hope you forgive me for that. I think it was because I was off my normal schedule and wanted to produce everything before everybody came home for the holiday meal.
Thanksgiving day, I got a chance to go visit my son in his new place. I am so proud of the man. I fired up the van that I plan to have restored and made into an evangelical vessel for this podcast. And watched him play one of his favorite video games on a 60 inch tv. Hard to believe how blessed we are.
Well I was getting ready to leave for dinner and jumped back in the van. Reminded my son, not to be late for Thanksgiving Day dinner, put the key in the ignition and the van wouldn’t start. It ran and ran. I decided to ditch it for the day and hope that nobody would leave it sitting on blocks before I could get a tow truck to take it to my favorite mechanic. We had to literally push this 8500 lb beast out of his driveway and onto the street. I was praying as I pushed this thing that it would hug the curb and be in a safe place. The Lord provided. I jumped in the car with my son and we arrived home to eat dinner with my wife and daughter that had been cooking for 24 hrs. I believe. My daughter’s boyfriend and son came over later after we were patting our bellies and loosening our belts.
Well, looks like the fuel pump is gone, the sensors need to be replaced, something wrong with the transmission, the Serpentine belt needs replacement, it needs new rims, and a radio but I still like this vehicle. It’s paid for. It is a beast. And after I get all the mechanical stuff fixed its going to get the facelift so that it can be wrapped to market and evangelize. http://gofundme.com/speaklifepodcast
Thank you for being with me.