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Anything But Quiet Time

ANYTHING BUT QUIET TIME PODCAST

WITH RACHELLE & CARDER

Semi-normal people discussing God’s word, and how it applies to daily life.

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RACHELLE

Rachelle has been proud to call Houston home since her move from New York in 2014. She and Carder host the KSBJ morning show weekdays and enjoy laughing AND crying with you! She’s passionate about spreading the love of Christ and humbled to share Jesus and His music with you. When she’s not on-air, you can find Rachelle spending time with her husband (Sammy), their two boys (Sammy and Caleb), their spoiled Jack Russell terrier (Chrissy) and their pet corn snake (Michael Scott). Rachelle is an OU alum where she graduated with a degree in Theatre. It is on the air where she gets to scratch the itch for performance and, thanks to Carder, experiences “drama.” Her favorite scripture passage is Romans 8:38-39, “For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.”

CARDER

Hey I’m Carder and I love getting to be a part of a station that is here to uplift all of us every day. On our show: we’ll listen to some music, we’ll laugh and we’ll talk about Jesus. If that sounds good to you, let’s hang out! I am married to my best friend named Kelsey, and we have a toddler named Ezra who cracks us up every day. Coffee, sports, and assorted smoked meats are at the top of my list of things I love about life. Secretly, I also love HGTV. So there … my man card has been taken.

Reyna Reyna

Reyna is a born and raised Houstonian. Here’s what you need to know about Reyna: she loves to laugh. A lot. If she can make a joke out of something, she will, and you better believe it will be funny! Reyna and her husband, Gabriel, love Jesus and love telling other about Him and how He changed their lives. Reyna is producer of the Morning Show with Rachelle & Carder!

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What’s a time that you punished your child, but you ended up punishing you?

Erin said, “‘ok, turning this car around and we’re not getting yogurt’….. but man, I really wanted yogurt!” 😂
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The first time I grounded my daughter for the weekend and realized that meant I had to stay home too. 😢

There was a time I went on a night out with friends. I informed my daughter who i had told earlier she couldn't go anywhere because i needed her to watch her baby sister. I told her I'll be home around 10 latest. Well needless to say I came home late and my daughter punished me. "You're not allowed to go out again young lady. Look what time it is. " Well I definitely felt that one. 😅

Mine wasn’t a punishment. My daughter doesn’t like getting her vaccines and as a child fought to get away. I’m a nurse and I had to hold her down so the nurses could give her the vaccines. We started a tradition that if she didn’t fight, we would get ice cream. One time after our flu shots she fought so we didn’t get ice cream. I got my flu vaccine too that day bit I didn’t get my reward 😆 I was looking forward to my banana split 😩

Grounded my then 4 year, she ended up falling asleep under her old crib. Had to call 911 because I had turned the whole house upside down except the crib. I thought she was kidnapped😭😭. She punished me instead!

Driving my son everywhere because crashed he crashed his car and I won’t buy him another one. Now I have to wake up extra early, I loved having a little bit of freedom.. it didn’t last long

Missed a birthday party where all my family would be. My daughter was 2 and threw a massive fit in the grocery store shortly before the party because I wouldn't buy her something. I was so embarrassed... and mad because I knew I couldn't reward this behavior which meant I had to stay home too. Needless to say, 2nd trip to store she was an angel.

Took away their phones and realized how much I need to communicate with them

I once grounded both my daughters when they were younger for a week and took away privileges. I even took away their birthday parties because they kept complaining about being grounded. You know what? They still remember that time and they’re both in their 30’s.

We had 2 Foster brothers in our home last year. We wanted to take them out to Baskin-Robbins because they had never been. One brother started acting bad, and I (in my infinite wisdom!🤣) told him you can't get ice cream if you continue to be bad. Well, guess what. . .he continued to act bad, and we ended up not going to Baskin-Robbins. Which frustrated me because I love their mint chocolate chip.

We limit Screen time to 3 hours a day and sometimes it’s punishment for myself when my son is having an off day and the screen time is maxed out 🤣

Told my son whom was 3 at the time that if he did not stop throwing a fit we were Not going to Chick-fil-A for dinner as he had askes Of course the fit continued so no Chick-fil-A ONLY to realize I had laid nothing out for dinner, everything was still frozen. So I had to go to the grocery and cook.

Teacher edition: one time I had planned this art project for the end of a day. I had been hyping my kids up about it all week. Come the day of, they were gosh awful! Finally, I let them know they lost the privilege to do the art project. But then I had to scramble to find “boring things” last minute and had to actually teach instead 🤦‍♀️

Anytime they're grounded from their Xbox 🙄😂😂

The time I ALMOST threatened the children that we would NOT be going to Disneyworld if they didn’t act right ! That would have been a hard punishment to keep!

Every time! It doesn’t matter of you restrict them they are under your feet, if you put them I’m time out you have to basically be there with them . It called being a parent. Everything they do or go through affects me more then it does them no matter what they think!

Taking the car away from my highschooler and then remembering how much more I had to commute to get to and from school and after school activities drop off/pick ups.

When they started driving and we took their car away!

Losing entertainment system and then I became the entertainment! (Thank you Jesus for takeout or we wouldn't have survived it.)

Taking their cell phones. It’s always a punishment for me as well because I cannot call or text them 🤦🏾‍♀️

Told my kids we weren't going to a playdate when I REALLY needed some adult conversation while my kids burned off energy. Christopher Holley

Telling her she can't go to a sleepover when that meant to date night for me and hubby. 😭

We were headed to a basketball game we had saved up for all month to go and see the Harlem Globe trailers when everybody in the car had to suffer the consequences of the brother in trouble the car got turned around and nobody went to the game. Four wasted tickets but a life learned lesson praise God.

If I took their driving privileges away and I had to bring them to school. 🤦🏻‍♀️

When I had to sit in time out with my son because he would not sit still in time out

Taking away a birthday trip. Painful.

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Doing what the Lord ask us to do! What he has gave us in his word. It fits in every walk of life. With Obedience Comes Blessings!!!

Following God’s law even if we don’t “have to”. Like Mary and Joseph did the day they presented Jesus to the Temple. The day we honor today, in fact, as the Presentation of the Lord- a day we remember obedience. We may be redeemed, but in obedience we choose to follow God’s law because we want to make our daddy, our Abba, happy. Not because we are forced or because we will die- Jesus defeated that already. We do it in obedience because of Love. We use our free will to Love, to obey.

Doing what I say, following what is written

Follow the path of the Most High.

compliance with an order, request, or law or submission to another's authority. biblical meaning of obedience for me, it means hearing the word of God and acting on it. It implies aligning our will to God's will; doing what God has asked us to do. It is when we completely surrender to His authority and base our decisions and our actions on His Word

Knowing your boundaries.

To me it means to continually seek growth and having a spiritual mindset to every situation , never losing yourself in sin by repentance.

Having love for Him!

Keeping God’s commandments and doing His will, and believing in His Word

Depends who I am obedient to: government is compliance, God is rewarding!

Putting God first in my life!

Being a doer of the Word and Not just a hearer

Believing that God’s ways are true and right whether we understand or not and surrending/submitting to Him as Lord. This allows me to walk in obedience by faith (believing first allows him to give me power to follow His ways). It’s a process as we “work out our salvation.” Obedience isn’t legalism where I try in my flesh to overcome my flesh. That will only lead to feeling defeated.

Putting god first

Means obey

Loving someone or something so much you'd never jeopardize them or do anything to hurt them....God...family... livelihood....whatever you value... It's not about what we can't do...it's about asking yourself what you can do to nurture what you've been given.

Asking that God's will be done even when you really want to go your way

Listening to your Holy Spirit.

In terms of faith, obedience is my understanding of following God’s Commandments.

Obeying the 10 Commandments

respect to the authority over you and a willingness to loose yourself to maintain that respect

It means doing what needs to be done even if we don't want to or like to because we will be rewarded for it in the end!

The blessing exchange. 🫶🏼

Listening, understanding and doing.

Submission to authority. Following the leader. It does not mean you can not have input but when final decision is made you follow the choice made. However if you want it changed you go through propper channels

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