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Rachel and Ian Carroll have made it their mission to see people, churches, and ministries encouraged and strengthened to become all that God created them to be. Their ministry is known for manifestations of heaven, biblical teachings on the spiritual realm, and the equipping of apostles & prophets. This podcast is a collection of their sermons, teachings and prophetic conversations that they have made available to the public. www.buildingcontenders.com
 
Welcome to Contenders Wanted where we’re working relentlessly to solve our money problems without sacrificing what’s most important in life. We know money won’t solve our problems, but we don't want money to be THE problem. Cause for us it’s faith, family, and finances, in that order. So, how do we adopt the thoughts and behaviors that enable us to wisely take advantage of the opportunities before us, all while sifting out financial mis-information and not losing sight of our true priorities ...
 
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Show Notes: What do you do when no matter your effort or your dreaming, life sends you a curveball that makes your dreams impossible? Would just contending for those dreams be enough for you? Or, if you’re a bit more like me, would that be a bit tortuous? The hard part about these questions is I think you don’t really know the answer until you’re i…
 
Show Notes: Can you think of an example of someone or something in a perceived disadvantage that then turns it into their advantage? My mind things of Ben Affleck's character in the movie, the Accountant. Or the engineers from Apollo 11 using just what was in a box to fix the spaceship. Or Edmond Dantes from the Count of Monte Cristo. Beyond the po…
 
Show Notes: How much do you think about your thoughts? Seems kinda like a funny question, don’t you think? Thinking about our thoughts? But in all reality, this is something people have encouraged me to do ever since I was a kid. But my early training around paying attention to my thoughts really only focused on moral cleanliness. I didn’t think ab…
 
Show Notes: Remember the scene from Alice in Wonderland where Alice meets the Cheshire Cat in the woods and asks him which direction she should go? Do you remember his response to her question? Well Cheshire Cat's response to Alice's question is deeply profound and can act as a guiding star in all of our lives if we allow it. Listen in today as Rob…
 
Show Notes: Growing up did you ever feel like if you don't go to college you're probably going to be a failure? Well if you did, you're not alone in that feeling. As a millennial, that belief permeated our education system growing up. Everything pointed to college. But in recent years that belief has been challenged. Examples of individuals who nev…
 
Calling all Austen-heads! This episode, the Addington siblings welcome Shawnee Mead to dive into Autumn de Wilde’s 2020 adaptation of “Emma.” From the gorgeous costumes to the even more gorgeous hairstyling, we stack this version of Jane Austen’s tricky tale against the other major cinematic adaptations. Plus, stick around for an awesome game!…
 
Show Notes: We've all come across the internet trolls. They leave annoy or at the least frustrating comments that we all wish we could just reach across the internet sometimes and put them in their place. But unfortunately, if we do happen to be in a moment when our frustration or even self-righteous indignation get's the best of us and we write ba…
 
Show Notes: What is it that you think is holding you back from your dreams? Maybe you think you don’t make enough money, or you don't have the right connections, or maybe if you didn’t have your health challenges, or didn’t come from a broken home, or you hadn’t messed up when you were younger, or...fill in the blank. You know what’s funny about al…
 
Show Notes: "To thy own self be true." Have you ever pondered on what this oft quoted saying from Shakesphere’s Hamlet means? Better yet, how have you come to better know yourself? For me I’ve done at least half a dozen different personality quizzes, strength finder tests, and purpose discovery worksheets. Each one has been helpful, but, for me per…
 
Show Notes: No matter your position, power, or wealth, I think we all agree that we wish we could somehow get more time. The importance of time and our fascination with it is the subject of everything from pop culture movies to profound philosophy, and everything in between. Some that come top of mind are Marty McFly from Back to the Future and a s…
 
Show Notes: If you are a person of faith, no matter your concept of God and faith, what role does your faith in God play in your path towards your success? For me personally it’s impacted the goals I have chosen to pursue, my view of what success is, my feelings about money, and more. For our guest today, her faith in God has influenced her own jou…
 
Show Notes: Physically, who’s the biggest, baddest, strongest person you can think of? Maybe it’s Andre the Giant. Or The Rock. Or maybe Hafþór Björnsson, i.e. the Mountain from the hugely popular TV series, Game of Thrones. Either way, physical strength and size can be awe inspiring. But there’s another kind of strength that isn’t so easily viewed…
 
Show Notes: Have you ever lost a close loved one? Perhaps a parent, sibling, close grandparent, or friend. Was it painful? It likely was. And each of us has our own way of dealing with those inevitable pains of life. Some more healthy than others. But no matter how we deal with it, we have to deal with it. We can't just run and hide, we have to fac…
 
Show Notes: If you could sit down with someone who's played professionally in two different sports, what would you want to ask them about success? Maybe it's how they did it. Maybe it's the biggest struggles they went through. Maybe it's the attributes they've seen in the most successful in their sports. Or maybe you ask about stuff that most peopl…
 
Show Notes: I think it’s almost a universally understood fact of life that the old kids in a family are the guinea pigs and life tends to be very different when you compare the oldest and youngest children in a family. Part of that is that life circumstances change and part of that is that parents get better with time. Generally though, this is bec…
 
The Addington siblings dig into 2013’s “Enough Said,” written and directed by Nicole Holofcener and starring National Treasure Julia Louis-Dreyfus and the late, great James Gandolfini. Spoiler alert: we love this under-seen movie! With crackerjack supporting turns by Toni Collette (using her real accent!), Catherine Keener (as a hippie poet!), and …
 
Show Notes: What comes to mind when you hear the word freeloader? What about mooch? Parasite? Slacker? Or deadbeat? No matter what came to mind, it likely wasn’t something nice. But at the end of the day we all know what it means: someone who takes advantage of the kindness and charity of others who shouldn’t. And almost universally we wouldn’t wan…
 
Show Notes: Have you ever been so invested in something it becomes part of your identity? So much so that when it disappears from your life, a part of you seems to disappear with it? Our guest today is Dave Woodward and he did the same thing when he tied a part of his identity to his company that in 2008 went from incredibly successful to hundreds …
 
The Addington siblings welcome filmmaker David Mills-Low to discuss 2003’s “Something’s Gotta Give,” written and directed by the one and only Nancy Meyers. How gross is Jack Nicholson’s character? How cool is Frances McDormand’s? And would we stop the movie when Diane Keaton’s still with Keanu Reeves? There’s only one way to find out!…
 
Show Notes Do you ever feel like life is beating you down? Like you’re trying so hard, but just not getting anywhere? Like you have the tools you think you need to succeed but it’s just not happening. Well our guest today is Anthony Trucks. He has felt all of these things and so much more and now he coaches people on how to overcome these barriers …
 
Three hosts. Two podcasts. One film. This week, the Addington siblings join “Hard to Believe” host John Brooks to do a deep dive into the murky waters of Josphine Decker’s biopic of Shirley Jackson, anchored by a searing Elizabeth Moss performance. How much of this story really happened? Whose story is it really? And how closely does it hew to the …
 
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