We are joined by Warren Evans, CEO of Sports Chaplaincy UK. Warren shared some of the work of Sports Chaplaincy using the acronym SPORT. See - If we look at a community no different than anyone else are we any different than those that don’t believe? Can we see through the eyes of compassion? Pray - How do we pray with intentionality? Don’t just pray for a win but pray for those around you and look for opportunities. is underused tool in our kitbag. Relationship - Programs and processes should only ever be tools to build relationship with others. You are part of and planted into communities for a reason - to sign post people to God. Transformation - Sport impacts communities so by entering into sporting communities we can then transform communities. How are you influencing people? Obedience - This is the most crucial aspect. God tells us to go and make disciples. We need to go and turn our rhetoric into reality! For more information about the work of Sports Chaplaincy please visit. https://sportschaplaincy.org.uk.
He likes smoked cheese on toast and to his friends he’s known as “Wazza”. He’s the CEO of Sports Chaplaincy UK and the Chair of Sports Chaplaincy Global Association and in this podcast we unpacks “Wazza’s” heart for the church in the sporting community. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mark-greenwood/message
Allen Firestone talks about his win in Topeka, fixing his car to get to Indy and his JEGS All-Star TS Win!Warren Evans talks DragRacer.TV, his new #LoveThisLife interview series and calling TD and TS at the US NATIONALS.Rex gets real with the financial implications NHRA is facing, flirts with the solution; gives race results and stomps his feet about PRI being canceled.
BONUS EPISODE: Simpsons Is Greater Than w/ Warren Evans
The Short Box: A Comics Podcast
Warren Evans, aka Bart of Darkness, is back for a special conversation introducing his upcoming podcast debut: "Simpsons Is Greater Than", a podcast about the creative impact of The Simpsons. We'll be premiering the pilot episode, his interview with the legendary Yeardley Smith, on this feed Wednesday, August 12th, and it's a must-listen! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/theshortbox)
Warren Evans: Requiring police officers to live in Detroit a 'great concept' but 'very impractical' to enforce
In Detroit, just 23 percent of the nearly 2,500 police officers live within the city limits. A 1999 law outlawed local ordinances requiring police officers to live in the city where they serve. Wayne County Executive Warren Evans, a former county sheriff and one-time police chief in Detroit, says requiring police officers to live in Detroit is "a great concept" but "very impractical to be able to enforce." He spoke with Crain's Senior Editor Chad Livengood about police residency, construction of a new Wayne County jail, how the county's health department is tracking the coronavirus pandemic and other issues in a wide-ranging interview on Detroit Rising.
Warren Evans, Wayne County Executive provides an update for Paul W. Smith on how the county is dealing with the Coronavirus Pandemic and he also tells Paul W. Smith he approves of the way the Governor is handling the crisis.