Microphone Jones

Microphone Jones

By Michael
Sensitive to the Smaller Voice
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My Signature Play
This is the Microphone Jones Podcast: My Signature Play Segment. Today I’m interviewing Grace Tang , founder of Keepsakes of Triumph. We are collaborating on a campaign against sex-trafficking called #mysignatureplay My signature play is campaign by Keepsakes of Triumph to raise money in order help end sex-trafficking especially that of children by using the influence of arts and sports. I have joined forces with Grace by creating the ” My Signature Play ” song in which 50% of its revenue from sales and streaming will go to stop and prevent child sex-trafficking Grace is an overcomer of sex-trafficking , and now uses her testimony and custom made memorabilia to auction off in fundraisers that help organization who prevent, rescue , create housing, and mentor those affected by sex trafficking . She also runs a mentorship program herself. I will leave link to her video testimony in the description of this podcast so you can check it out later.  https://vimeo.com/284413276 Questions for Grace Q1: Where is Keepsakes of Triumph headed next?  Q2: What does “perfect sucks” mean and how did the idea come about?  Q3: How can people get the shirts? And support the mentorship program you're doing ?  This is the microphone Jones podcast, we just interviewed grace tang , founder of keepsakes of triumph. She and I are collaborating on a campaign against sex-trafficking by using the influence of the arts, and sports industry. If you like to support what we’re doing you can purchase, stream, and listen to my song online. Just search My Signature Play by Malan Jones ( That’s M A LAN Jones) or go to keepsakesoftriumph.com/mysignatureplay  Thanks for joining us today for the my signature play segment of the microphone jones podcast , where we’re sensitive to the smaller voice. 
13:25
February 18, 2019
The Power of Words
Q1: How powerful do you think words are? Q2: How important is what we listen to, and think? "A good man brings good things out of the good stored up in him, and an evil man brings evil things out of the evil stored up in him. 36But I tell you that everyone will have to give account on the day of judgment for every empty word they have spoken. 37For by your words you will be acquitted, and by your words you will be condemned.” (Matthew 12:35-37) Q3 What’s more important : The words that come out of our mouth or the words that go into our heart? Q4: - What happens when our heart isn’t filled with good thoughts? Q5 - Is our world setup in order for our hearts to be filled with the thoughts of God? Q6 - What are the thoughts of God?
22:21
February 11, 2019
Be Ready
How many times have felt overwhelmed because you found yourself in a situation were you weren’t ready to face the challenges ahead? Well, that’s what we’re talking today. How do you get prepared in mind, body, and soul for the challenges to come? I asked some friends and family what they thought, and here’s what they had to say. 
22:37
February 7, 2019
Episode 1: Get Low
We live in a “ me first ” society, everyone is battling for the top position. Its survival of the fittest, and that’ s what’s killing us. But Jesus had a very different attitude on greatness. He said, the greatest among us would be the servant ( Matthew 23:11). He’s not saying be a pushover, because he definitely wasn’t to his evil opponents, but he didn’t think too highly of himself to suffer and die on a cross, talk to a Samaritan women or wash his disciples feet. Jesus was confident in his identity as the son of God, and nothing could shake his identity, because his relationship with God was tight, and the vision God gave him was clear.  On the other hand Self-importance comes from a self-centeredness , immature way of thinking. But being humble comes from a mature place of serving, and having a close relationship with God. 
12:42
February 5, 2019