The Bible begins in the garden in Genesis in the garden of Eden with Adam and Eve, the bible ends with that same garden of Eden in Revelation. And in the middle, Jesus prays in a garden, is crucified in a garden, and is resurrected in a tomb that is in a garden, and the first people who see him think he’s a gardener. This imagery of the garden is throughout the entire story of our faith. What is there to learn from it? How is it that we can learn to walk in the way of the garden?
Sometimes we get very focused on outcomes and on being successful. While Jesus cared about outcomes, he teaches us that our ability to bear fruit as disciples hinges upon one particular input; remaining in him. But what happens when we are inconsistent in our remaining in Jesus?Video Version Available: https://youtu.be/haMH_4nNOuM
You may feel like you're in the wasteland right now. And when you're wandering in the wasteland, it's easy to lose sight of who you are, and even what you have to contribute. Julie shares with us the story of Moses and the burning bush and how God can use each of us just as we are to burn brightly for what God cares about, but not burn out.Video Version available at https://youtu.be/9zszoa9GRHU
In 2020, it often felt that we lived completely reactionary, never knowing what was coming next but just reacting as it came. With a new year, Pastor Julie shares the story of the Wiseman finding Jesus and how we should seek to follow Jesus proactively rather than reactively.
Advent doesn't start with Christmas trees, countdown calendars, or even a barn and a manger. No, it starts in the wilderness. Pastor Julie shares thoughts from Isaiah and how we can find the peace of Jesus in our position of exile!Watch the video version at https://youtu.be/_RnH-TEGO7Y
If we know that we are sinful, but also know that God is a God of grace, what's next? How is it that we live with sin? How do we help sin move out of our homes and out of our lives? Pastor Julie brings a message from the book of Romans and reminds us that Jesus needs to permeate every facet of our lives, every room in our "home."Video Version available at https://youtu.be/e7CMy8gFrNc
Chris & Pastor Julie Henson talk about the brief but rich verses Proverbs 3:5 - 6. They tackle the question "what is it you're leaning on?", address some of the anxieties of parenting, talk about the importance of humility, and ask what it looks like to put God first!Video version available at https://youtu.be/l4U4Nq0670w
Lean not on your own understanding and put God first.In looking at Proverbs 3, we're forced to ask ourselves two questions: "What are we leaning on?" and "Do our priorities in life reflect a life of putting God first?"Pastor Julie Henson guides us in exploring what it truly means to put God first, to grow humility rather than pride, and how to lean on God rather than our own understanding!
EP 13 - Julie Henson - What Lawyers Can Learn from the Leadership of Professional Athletes
Legal Mastermind Podcast
Julie Henson - Director of Client Development & Marketing at Briggs and Morgan has spent the past two decades coaching high performing individuals by utilizing formal and informal influence to drive business development strategies. She has coached hundreds of individuals within the legal and professional sports industries. In this weeks episode we discuss the 8 Competencies Julie focuses on when working with her clients...- Confidence - What is your inner dialog?- Drive - How much are you invested?- Empathy - Do they care if they impact?- Engagement - How engaged are you?- External Relationships - Are you client minded?- Are you Genuine - How sincere are you?- Internal Relationships - How you’re perceived in the firm.- Self Awareness - Listen to feedback and adjust.
[audio mp3=“https://talkaboutlasvegas.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Julie_Henson_081219.mp3”][/audio]This week, Ira spoke with Julie Henson, the 2019 National Artist in Residence at the Neon Museum. In this 30-minute episode of Talk About Las Vegas, Henson talks about about her unique vantage point, working from the Neon Museum’s NE10 studios; her approach to creating art materials reflecting the history and culture of neon in Las Vegas; re-interpreting art in the desert; and what she hopes to learn in her residency; and an open studio event August 16.