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"elijah brown" Discussed on Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo

Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo

08:12 min | Last month

"elijah brown" Discussed on Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo

"You know to serve. I have combat capability in this game. If they fall behind early yes they do. But i think if they can stay in. Its trade some touchdowns early and stay closeness game. They definitely have. Maybe the capability have a go-to player mcmillan to pull this thing out I do think. I do think that i think mcmillan gonna have a huge game. I i like him sydney lot. He had to pick six in this last in last year. The spring game. It was kind of a miscommunication but he's still had to pick six serve. I can't have that kind of start again. That was that was deflating start. There was a mixup as you know. As before that game even started last year there was a pick six to the house. That's why i'm talking about servite in these accounts into this game a little bit getting the great starts and they need another great start. You know they that's gonna help them or just a you know if they can't run away a little bit at the beginning or get a lead. They just need to stay in striking distance. But i i think. Monday's going to struggle with with ti mac. I can see them having trouble with burnett to the secondary because those guys are those guys are told matchups and they seem role in sync with with a no us. So i think that's going to be like you said the pressure that they apply to make no uh inaccurate and i'm also wondering if the hoyer hansen thing is gonna come out if they're going to try to you know run the ball with with noah houston and maybe a hansen because when survey it's kind of been when the few times when they've been in trouble or make little statement would have they done this year. They founded the ball. They really sometimes. They just turned and got away from the passengers per pound and see how that goes. It seems like there's a lot of cards on the table for survival beach scene which way it goes i feel like there's a little bit more that unknown with servite how they might play where i think i think this the modern day we saw against bosco the balance trying to have relief and elijah brown feed off each other looking for those big plays with on the outside with with. Cj and cooper think we know how. I think we know he's going to try to play this thing but Any response to that guy. You want to move onto a couple of comments you're right. I think i'll start with with going back to With team ac i. Don't you have to attain a lot of can shut him down. So it'll be interesting to see if if if cam can actually cover him rather than you know than after have hands on or you know as we you know. I don't like to bring out the what we. What was you know the ugly incident with all the penalties last game. You know. I just that we don't have that same You know that the that everything is the began in its plate without any other shenanigans but that is one talk pask you know and then in a brunette you know the games i i i. I thought he would have dominated or this year that he has he to me. He has yes. He makes the Mismatch in his signs these drop a lot of all that he should have caught this year on and Any in he doesn't seem as fleet of foot as as he was in the summer. You know You know that's just my observation games that accede. And but he has you know six touchdown house. Who's gonna guard him. As far as ito in their signal. Josh hunters been the second. He's kind of taken on the next nest. Receiver right on the mismatch. You know you know in size. But i know he can at least cover him because he's not you know. Flood is as the receiver. So that'll be interesting. But like i said it all comes down to pass rush. Because i think there's no pass rush at noah's able to throw he's gonna he's gonna threat to everybody but if you get pressure any any hostile to make those you know those plays i know you know if he gets outside the pocket without any rational. Could hit those balls until that'll be you know interesting to see but like you said Out to run the run game because true when they haven't been able to pass. It's kind of this struggle. They said they'd gone to run. Run run run right if they stay with the roads so In at times they have been people on the passing yards have just stayed with aston yards in order to run. Just eat the clock at the end of the game. So you like you said it'll be interesting to see like you said out which way it goes But you know. That's that's that's basically what i have for your comments union. Mind you want you on the kids please. I got one of the thought for you. But i want yeah go go ahead scott a couple thoughts so basically you know. Survive played really well enough all year. You know for to be in this game like you said in in Each team pretty much has similar numbers at the you mentioned it at the top of this damaged forty nine points per game days. Fifty servants giving up eleven modern given up nine. You know we've seen mardi play too strong opponents. You know doug joong all even out was obliged but still an impressive game against you know physical athletes you know bosco in pretty much dominated those games at least part most of those games you know survive. You know when you when you look at it. You know they don't necessarily have really played that really tough game that they've been able backlog you know. Are you look at surveys strength of schedule. It's kind of taken. A hit of recent especially with your candidate helix in a while have combined lost ten games than over the weekend we mentioned syria took another hit. Losing twenty four seven four four it. Also you go onto michigan. Who blew our. You know who. That's their only losses the survey so and i don't really believe that the machines that strong and i know that was several weeks ago but bottom line is they haven't played a tough hard front game for four quarters. You know that's just an observation to watch for Without looking at scores. Santa margarita plates right tough for a half an old. Luke played inspired against the monarchs the The survey i did you know so you know. There's that little comparison you know in the end. I i still think. Marty has too much into this one out. I know psoriasis. Seven guys who matchup up and go pound pound with modern day. But it's gonna take more than just those those seven guys and i'm talking about the seven guys are. There's there's seven seniors Graham noah Rolla hands lancers. Actually a junior hanson. They've been and And jacob.

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"elijah brown" Discussed on Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo

Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo

08:07 min | 2 months ago

"elijah brown" Discussed on Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo

"And team was just unstoppable. Seem like a lot of one on one on one coverage surprisingly on t. mac maybe have some analysis on that but no feta was well protected. That was probably the main thing he had. He had a good time to throw. And you give him time that's in. He's able to throw those you know some those highlights you see on. Hopefully you catch on my twitter. Or some of these highlight plays with these long passes. Downfield to keenan burnett in t mac. And they're throwing that's you look. Think about how how long noah's in the pocket to be able to. He's in the pocket for those extra couple seconds. Would make all the difference and the defense was you know was was very aggressive and fast Sims the linebacker israeli impressing me at. He's a big hitter on special teams and linebacker. And that's a good complement with jake amano. Who recently got offered by arizona over the weekend. We didn't mention that. Elijah brown got offered by as well recently Over the weekend. I think but back to survive the combination of mason. Grand and vodka hanson. They're they're a handful at i defense and they're going both ways. Both of those guys are going both ways but on the defensive line they are off they got some pressure on logan's ause i will say this i was. I watched logan very carefully. I liked the progress. He has made. I think he is Thrown it improved thrower. Ball's coming out strong and Pretty accurate and you know i. I really liked his his mechanics. I think they look really good. You know it's a credit to him working with working hard and working with aaron corp. But they're the luther is in a tough stretch here. This was there Turned out the over matched big time. There was running clock in this one. And now they're gonna play Stretch modern bosco. The plane you know the the gauntlet As i heard somebody mentioned afterwards. But i'm here what you had to see on this game scottie. At orange coast college big win for friars was big. I know surveys credited with the dominating performance which it was. But i wouldn't be so quick to say you know as you know that impressive because of what they know. And i think people aren't gonna talk about it because they did it to undefeated team which actually they resemble more like a paper. Champion of a five zero preseason. We've talked about that that they played with teams in that. Preseason you know in in a great to them that they overcame adversity but it obviously showed in this one You know i expected survived to roll the points as they did. And i didn't think it would come as easy as it did. Actually look old of the past. Couple of seasons ammunition seem to play without passion. You know the tone was sentenced. Sarai moved the ball at will without getting any pass rush from the lancers. The lectures chose to sit back and dropping coverage instead of attacking You know and they paid the price for it all night long. You know. Noah sat back waiting for t- mac and welsh to clearly get open on complete long completions because without a pass rush sunday. No secondary can cover that long. I don't care who you are. You know after you know after orange to turn of on the kickoff and then three quick three and it was twenty zero after the first quarter You know surviving highlight fill model. Lou between t max. Fourteen seventy four. Fifty two yard touchdown catches In an ad welsh's sixty yard touchdown catch then on the defensive side. Mesa graham in. Oh you touched. On a man amongst boys could enabled literally tossing the tackles all night long fleshing out of the pocket almost every snap and that constant rush you know either was was getting back there were clogging up the lanes. There are linebackers. Jacob manual aided echo water free and both of them racked up eleven tackles each owned the best highlight of the night you know or the biggest highlight of the night For lou was onside kick. They got after their first score in a forty are touchdown pass from gonzales to gene lynch. And then you know but the most impressive plan the night and we talked about a little bit Was team x one handed interception on. Ill advised throw from gonzales because he floated the ball into the end. Non accounting for teaneck who is looming in the area in when team there. When you throw those fifty fifty balls up. He's got a win every time. So you went up and snatched it with one hand and then add insult to injury with the friars up. Forty nine to twelve survived scores on a halfback pass from west tailored to mac. To give him his fourth touchdown on the night. Which i've noted sit well with the lou fans but it's not the first troy thomas team at an extraordinary score when the game was out of hand but the bottom line is. This game has greatest. Survi- looked ola. Didn't come into play. And whether or not had to do like i mentioned with their close games know less than stellar teams and then combined with explosives of servants offense and defense anal all statements been. They've overcome the adversity all year. But they didn't come close to overcoming in university in this one. Yeah back. But i think there's been a lot of positives in the contents of where they were and the challenges of coming in late in the progress you know they made would would with logan. I think they just have to weather. This storm stay healthy and live to fight another day They should be a playoff team. They have a lot to play for once they get out of this. You know that jazeera game which is going to be on the road I actually think orange. Luther might have played at the road last year. Al jazeera and then they got to play a santa margarita at the road at the news spectacular saddleback college. There's a lot to play for. But they have to get there first and so you know so some of the work on for sure but it's hard to judge them too hard because you know serve right is ranked eighth in the country for a reason and i want to get scotties player of the game. I'll give wanna give one update on 'em moseley who is highly regarded sophomore. One of the better cornerbacks in my opinion orange county is also an excellent receiver. This is a kid who's got an alabama offer He's on the rise and he's been real quiet This year because of injury scotty is mentioned him in Skies mentioned him when he's appeared. And we kinda wondered so. I asked troy. Goes thomas about him. The most i got was undisclosed injury. He could be back So that's the emmett. Moseley situation with scotty is documented. A few times by think. It's such a key thing as you know certainly could survive us a little bit more depth perhaps at receiver. When you got t- mac who's against bosco day you think he's gonna gonna he's gonna get double covered for sure right he's gonna they're gonna break and they're going to try to do something with them so that put some you know. Mikey welsh avenue. Great year kion. Burnett wesley taylor. Hey throw moseley into the mix can use a little bit more help there if your best receivers getting double team yes you could and then emmett moseley what happens.

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"elijah brown" Discussed on Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo

Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo

08:09 min | 2 months ago

"elijah brown" Discussed on Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo

"Hello everybody and welcome back to the tree. Football podcast. I'm dan bonar with the orange county register and varsity and i'm doing by insider. Scotty borough us as we dive deep into the trine league football season that opened up last weekend in impressive exciting fashion with the the big modern day. Saint john bosco clash up in bellflower. We're recording our show on monday october. Fourth two thousand twenty one scotty round one is in the books as i mentioned. It was a huge game in the tree league last week. How you doing. Tonight's guy doing pretty good dan. i mean you know. It's a kind of feeling after that exciting game on a lot of those games. Don't live up to the hype. But that was surely did so. Nicky said round one. We will see if there is around to email. But there's a lot of football to be played so You know it's it's it's going to be fun. I think from here on out especially this year with with with the way teams are right now. Yes i want to. I definitely enjoyed covering covered two games last week. I was at the modern day game. The bosco you scotty. And then i was at survived. Oh luna rendu a couple fans and each spot who think they just for the podcast and it was a pretty good week on the podcast As far as downloads. We appreciate your support. Appreciate those kind words. I want to make sure that scottie. heard those tonight and you can get our podcast wherever you do Get your podcast from apple pods to spotify google all your spots so we appreciate you listening to the show. Please pass it on. Please scribe give us a a rating and You know like. I told one fan over at orange coast college. You know we've got an ira die hard guys about high school football and passionate of ours so You can thank us with those kind words or definitely subscribed tell your tell a football fan about our show so set the stage for tonight. We're going to review and go a little in-depth on a couple of games escort. Of course that modern day forty two twenty one victory against saint john bosco and then also preview. This week's games. We get have another game on thursday which is going to be a little bit of a theme survived. Plan again on thursday That's the game. The week against santa margarita and we'll preview the next two games on friday so let's get back to. Let's go back to a you know a fun. Atmosphere was on friday night at saint. John bosco the crowd really packed in. There was a lot of energy before the game. A lot of good tailgating Everyone arrived early. What was pretty pretty interesting. I guess the way to put it the bosco intro. Which are the hit. The lights and boss goes fans. Were loving it but it seemed like modern. It was really getting fired up the longer the lights are and the players were jumping up and down by the music and they seem to get fired up and like you said the game was leading up to its hype when it was twenty one twenty one at halftime and As everyone pro it few fans reminded me at the bosco game. Modern-day fans that i had picked bosco to win and that was good. They were all good. I thanked him for fallen the coverage and i picked it picked the raves on the podcast and the grid. Iron show with steve fryer but but twenty one. Twenty one was what. I expected a close game but then things changed in the second. Half i think scottie can enlighten us. A little bit on some analysis but it was Before we turn it over to scotti For his observations. Start a couple stats. Elijah brown sophomore. He's again he's he's a problem for bosco. He was sharp again thirteen of eighteen to sixty three five touchdowns and he was cool. Collected as a you know beyond his years once again released brown ran at twenty one. Tom pretty heavy For him especially with he said a a busy pays early on finished with ninety three yards but he the bosco defense honest and there was some outstanding performances that receiver. Cj jay williams cooper far cake were outstanding at to receiver and then defensively mardi got a lot of got some pressure got some sacks five sacks a hurries and taboo losses and one guy thought me a milwaukee tale was outstanding at linebacker. Who scottie has been saying to keep an eye on forty. Two balaki tale was outstanding Probably defensive player of the game for modern day. And i also thought you know josh hunter was also very solid times. He makes great open. Field tackles that are pretty darn impressive but They definitely needed him. The be steady in the secondary. Because there they were playing without damani they were giving up some a couple of big plays in the first half but not so much in the second half but Scott love to hear what you have to stay on this game especially how it relates to maybe second half adjustments and why this game turn so much listen was was entertaining from the start and especially you know it was twenty one twenty one. As you stated in you know didn't have any turnovers yellen. Both teams played as well as they could. But you know in the end. Marty pulled out the second. Half you know made those adjustments shutout bosco. Outscoring them actually twenty eight zero going back to the last four minutes of the second quarter You know and then it ended up. You know ballooning to the forty two twenty one score. Bosco outgained monitored Forty two to three seventy six and they had three hundred eighty three yards passing from hauser clarkson with most of the coming in that first half the second half you know realizing the bosco didn't want to run the ball. You know. Moderate moved quickey. Craig to cover matteo. And they moved josh hunter over to shed on james and then they brought it in her safety at times. Software gilani davis came in and then they moved on safety christian material back down into waiver. position then james. He had five receptions for one hundred twenty two yards in the first half but he was held a two catches for twenty three in the second. Half and the adjustments you know slowed down in On many state laws and then they turn the ball. Rundowns twice inside. The twenty in modern day was probably just a surprises. Everyone else you know that. They didn't want to run the ball. Or the fact that reshot luke only at two carries bates had four carries in hayes had two carries. You know there's leading. Rusher ended up being clarkson with forty nine yards on seven carries in. They finished with fifty nine as a team way below their average in owes like they didn't even want to attempt or felt that they couldn't run on indie arm was a run base. Defense pretty much. That will first half which allow those big passing. Plays modern as pass received dubious split-second late as both quarterbacks ray will the setup in you know in the puck step up in the pocket just as russia's collapsing on them and they would get in other ball off. You know what it's tough for. Dvd's too you know. Cover that long down the field but modern day whether the storm you know the answered the scores on the moxie arm of elisha brown who once again showed the coins and unfazed pesher then the combo of really ground. He didn't have any big runs. You mentioned ninety three yards but he always kept.

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"elijah brown" Discussed on Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo

Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo

03:33 min | 3 months ago

"elijah brown" Discussed on Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo

"Know how the offense and defensive lines could decide that that's a strength for for modern day. They have a lot of depth in that area especially on defensive line. So we'll see if this game goes. If it's a four quarry game it's tight go into the second half maybe how that rotations of the The modern-day defensive lying work. How will they can protect elijah brown and get relief brown going. I think one thing that really works to modernize favoring kind of an odd way. Because i know it wasn't exactly what they it wasn't what they wanted the monarch's one. But i think that scrimmage that they had against santino corona is kinda gonna be turning a blessing disguise just for this game against dunk of the which that's a lot because it's like. I said he needed the game of the year in the non league season. Because that that scrimmage really help modern workout. Some of the kinks. If they didn't have that scrimmage which of course replaces the game that they wanted to play. But at least able to have the scrimmage gets them out the mistakes gets gets them officials out the game. I think santana. God pretty fired. Up for the scrimmage. I think they gave a pretty you modern day. Some good look look at some of the highlights. And and i've been told at centennial really went after it and monitor it was You know really trying to work out you know the kings and was a little bit more deliberate about it. But i know marty was happy that they ended up having that scrimmage get officials there they get their timing get some of the penalties out of the way and bill play some good sound football which is going to take which was going to take to beat duncanville. I'm expecting modera- to Go on the road and win this big road game. And but i think it's going to be. I think duncanville is gonna play really well. And it's great for high school football excrete them modern day. The players have cleared their cova barriers and Of course we wish all the teams you know. Best of luck state healthy and maybe just in these games and maybe as they're the schedule gets adjusted. Maybe there's some silver lines that can emerge and like this. Scrimmage against centennial monitor wanted to play centennial corona to start. The season didn't work out that way because a cove issues with the huskies program. But it ends up. They do the scrimmage. Try scrimmage damion as well and maybe it helps marty when a really big game and of course on the subject of the Of being flexible course. Modern day now has scheduled a game with liberty of nevada for later this next month and non league game so that's gonna be september tenth. I believe it is. That's a recently added game to their schedule. So they're up to eight games now on their On their nonleague schedule so of course you know martin would like to add two more and get to the standard number of ten todd. Ten games in the regular season. We'll see if that happens but for now all eyes are on the monarchs versus duncanville on friday. August twenty seven. I think mardi can win. But we'll see it's going to be a gigantic game and we'll give us a lot to talk about next week on the train. League football podcast. So thanks again to michael huntley digging for all you guys listening to our podcast. Supporting the show and Enjoy the game this week and we'll to you next week on the tree. League football podcast..

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"elijah brown" Discussed on Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo

Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo

05:04 min | 4 months ago

"elijah brown" Discussed on Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo

"That's huge because those were the guys that replace replaced. The guys left the previous year. And so now these guys were. The experienced guys are gone so you know. And then we'll see what becomes of dylan meals. Who's going to be the take over the reins at quarterbacks or is there going to be on him potter's gone and he's pretty much there. Only guy that's has any exact pool of was the running back and he was just talking to a blue collar running back. But you know it's going to be interesting to see what they have you know and i'll get more into you know the next portion we get into with them but yeah that's that's kind of the story with them. I talked to coach mcknight Bill mills is of seems like he has the little bit of edge but he does have a push from zander sing. Who's actually another transfers from santa. Margarita was wasn't i didn't see him on the varsity squad last year but they call it a little bit of dual going on. I think a guy who's back. Who did shows promise. Last year they got a couple of good receivers to keep an eye on josh doornail. And eddie scholtz. You know that's my experience at wide receiver. So you're saying any schultz is still at janitor. That's right i'm sorry. yeah so. That's that was the most recent recent word that yeah schultz is still receiver to watch. Al jazeera with josh jordan. Now are author double check back same here. We never know sometimes right. We know there's this could be fluid. You know it can be changed since we last talked to the coach. So all right scott. This is some good stuff. Gimmie some homework. So it's all good here so let's As we get cam is going to be beginning. This fall camps are going to be beginning real soon. We're talking a lot of team. Starting around august second and maybe if not a tad earlier conditioning or signs and stuff like that But let's talk about the big question marks for each team going into their fall camp as they start to prepare for those august twentieth opening days modern day. What's the biggest thing for the monarchs. Not many questions you know when you consider the top team in the country but you know the only one i would have to say the offensive line in terms of who replay where and the need to fill the one open spot and then obviously keeping elijah brown. You know healthy. So because there's nobody behind him he goes down. I don't know what they're gonna do so And that's that's kind of pretty much mondays. Got like six or seven guys. Deepen offense align won't touch those spots Later on but pretty much. It's basically who's gonna play. What because of the. There's a lot that they can who's going to be a center. Who's gonna still want their center. Then they're going to be at left guard if so and so's at left guard who's gonna fill if someone's at you know so it's basically just interchanging spots but that's pretty much know who's going to be not one spot so yes so like i think a lot of it for me. I'm wondering where's bj. Tolo gonna play. Because he's one of the best junior lineman and he's the most experience and he's also very versatile linemen I'm wondering i'm curious about him because it seems like he could play definitely play guard. He's played guard. I feel like you know he might be their best lemon. Maybe they put a tackle but he's so experienced. Maybe played center. Yeah it's it's pretty much. I think it's there's too easy they're going to be. Senator is going to be guard..

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"elijah brown" Discussed on Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo

Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo

05:06 min | 4 months ago

"elijah brown" Discussed on Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo

"High highlight guys To watch and and then The other you know emerging player one to watch for is actually logan bucher and since bosco doesn't have a legit of receiver of we'll talk an offense now. He's the number one they don't have a legitimate one. Receiver beurs about six one which is intriguing because he has deceptive speed. Many a showed needle in summary showed that he can get past some. Db's at tournaments at times. And he's also the biggest of all the receivers all arrested responsible receivers. They're all under six foot. So that's gonna be interesting so that's kind of an emerging thing you know To watch for but as far as you know the to impact is definitely the you know the two guys who melody right. Rj jones sorry r. J. and j. Sean servite one guy. I thought really emerge. I thought took it to another level and he was on our radar last year. We talked about last season. But i would say emmett moseley at a sophomore cornerback. House continue to make major strides. He is really a guy to watch in. that class. would be class You know a sophomore class would be Class at twenty twenty four. Maybe the best sophomore. He's going to be you know maybe up there for sophomore in the in the county. I know we obviously got elijah brown quarterback modern day but emmett moseley i think is really on the rise. Got an offer from i believe alabama right. Scotty yes he he does. What is intriguing. Because he showed last year that he was at all france of threat in this year. I don't know if he's actually gonna go play both ways but i was told that he was going to be playing some corners whether he starts i know he played a lot of corner in the summer. That was survived was was out with so many different guys Or he's just gonna gonna be two-way guy and we'll we'll a we'll see definitely has that ability to do that My other guy. I had for for survive was Camp burnett and the only reason why. I have him because he we missed out. Seeing his skill set this past season in when he went down with injury and then he never came back So it was able to show up dominant. He could be and he showed his dominance in the is in that one tournament he played. He didn't play in the other. The alternative but he kind of singlehandedly. Beat in that similar final game multiple big time catches a one-handed catch. That's like a social media highlight magnate Just with that match up nightmare you know team team back you know mostly and that even a another guy will probably talk about down the line michael. Well she's a slot guy. He's gotta look pretty good in the summer. But that's you know you know the to You know improving emerging guys got for survive on the recruiting trail. You think kion burnett is going to go to arizona with north of fetal. I think so you know and then once they do that they're gonna try to you know. Just try to tag team and try to get t mac to follow with unsold may have the brotherhood you know. So they did. They kinda did doing the survey than they're gonna say..

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"elijah brown" Discussed on T-Bone Speaks Dentistry

T-Bone Speaks Dentistry

06:20 min | 5 months ago

"elijah brown" Discussed on T-Bone Speaks Dentistry

"Experiences no better place in the three d. retreat so meredith. Tom was my line my line but i have a review about perfect so this is from dr elijah brown. He attended a course from nashville tennessee. Just five stars on google by the way i'd like to mention five stars just returning from the digital all on x. course it was fantastic. I feel like t-bone everyone that teaches with three d really focuses on real world application and setting us up for successful implementation. There is always an action plan. They are super responsive. Even after you leave the course. I have taken sleep apnea with aaron as well as case acceptance course t-bone in sully same experiences across the board which is why i keep coming back for additional. See if you put some effort in and follow the action plan. These courses will transform your practice as they have mine. I can't say anything. Nice also check in the mail you if you haven't taken the all on acts and you're interested in it. We do have another one in november of anti twenty-one yes this year and then twenty twenty two dates. I've also been released so feel free to check those. Listen there is. And i'm not saying this as a marketing tactic or anything But the response to the retreat has been amazing. Thank you guys so much to that And listen people ready to get out and get around our courses doing well. We're filling up So if you wanna do it Get registered get with meredith. Let's make it happen. We're committed to transforming your practice. Don't get stuck in the business that we're all facing. Let's work on what we gotta do to get to the next step and i believe We can help you with that in fact. I know we can help you with that. So let's get to our interview with dr grant olsen and i'll see you guys next week all right everybody this week. We're joined by dr grant in springfield missouri and he has a very unique setup that we wanna talk about. And we're gonna talk about a few things with grant today we're gonna talk about his practice this monstrosity building. That he built and how he got around to that in very specifically i wanna talk to him about how he did youtube to help build his practice and what you can learn from that to help build your practice. So let's go ahead and bring dr grant on and a grant. How are you doing today. My man doing well thanks. I'm excited to to speak with you about this and share my passion for dentistry. And thanks for the opportunity reaching out so thank you. Will you know selfishly. I want to steal your ideas and make them my own. So that's kinda. I reached out just like you know there you well. I want to steal some yours. I've been doing that for a while but you've been not. It's not really stealing when you're just giving us so. I'm pretty sure that's true. That's true and you know i i. I often start feeling kind of on topic here. I kind of feel bad. Sometimes when i see people like you and i had teachers patel and i had some other people on my god. They're doing so good. What's wrong with me. And then i always you know to make myself feel better. What i always say is. That's not my focus anymore. You know. I'm not really focused on winning in my practice at the level that that you guys are winning or at least what it seems like we're winning but along those lines talks about your practice. Tell me tell me. Tell us tell our listeners. About your practice. What you guys trying to build and let's talk about the journey into you building. Sure well practice currently We obviously had a vision. That was a little bit beyond what you see. Typically in general dentistry. We thought we kind of had a practice in springfield missouri At at a culpepper location our first location that was more of that spots. I vibe Special so You know nicer finishes and You know with all the senses and smells and music and all that firemen and obviously it helped grow practice where people were feeling like. This is not a dental office. The current location division Developed over many many years. But i would say it's more kind of a a resort type feel it's really kind of The full fledged vision of trying to take people out of the dental environment and make them feel like they're at a resort. Obviously we still dude industry here just like all do but The the environment the inland outside feel the the large glass walls. The exterior courtyard the fire. Those types of you know themes throughout our practice the give people. I think a sense that there might be on vacation until they sit in. The dental chair may get shot You know it helps with hidden links. -iety and i'd say our our approach really from the beginning is that we're not trying to just attract the dental patient. That already is going to the tensest. But there's as you are another fifty percent of the patients don't people don't even go to the dentist at all. So are at least not every five or ten years in the toothache in so This was kind of our approach to. How can we create an environment. That maybe we'll attract people that traditionally don't go to the dentist for whatever reason and it's it's working and so we attract a lot of people that haven't been desperate five ten years. We're able to help them. They have a new fresh. Look what dentistry might be by coming to our practice. And so That's a nutshell where we're at today. I mean i can give you whatever you want to hear more history. But i think that that would sum up where we are currently. So let's let's let's kind of. I'm going to dive into that a little bit. So how big was your building. A number one. Did you do a scratch. Start so initially Miracle miracle came across the the to be able to buy a practice. That was a really good deal. In the sense that was price right in springfield for fitrec hundred square feet had five opposite had an expansion side. That was an events center so it was something that i knew long term we could maybe build into And so we We worked with that for for some time. And then What we found is that we were outgrowing. The space that we had and so we were able to build into those Ten ops there and make that happen so so when you so when you when you bought this practice clearly you bought a practice. That wasn't meeting..

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"elijah brown" Discussed on Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo

Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo

04:37 min | 8 months ago

"elijah brown" Discussed on Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo

"So scotty let's go with our postseason awards. Let's start off with ofensive. Mvp when we talked about the preseason. We're making our picks I listened to the show. And i was pretty high on marc's yet at mater dei running back. You were pretty high. Our league brown Among other players that we mentioned scotty always mentioned a couple other guys as contenders but my offensive. Mvp for this Spring season as. I'm with the freshman quarterback at modern day elijah brown because he threw for nine hundred. Seventy three yards fifteen touchdowns only one interception completed sixty nine percent of his passes and most importantly he was five zero as a starter for modern day. Lead them to the league title. I think he's he's my pig for offense than vp. He was cool calm collected. And it's not like he. He also had to work with a new offense lineman he modernize Receiving core wasn't always healthy and they were working on a new running back heated so it was his first year as a freshman for goodness sakes. What a remarkable year for brown. I think he's very deserving of this award. How about you scotty to where with brown.

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"elijah brown" Discussed on Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo

Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo

07:23 min | 8 months ago

"elijah brown" Discussed on Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo

"Hello and welcome back to the truly football podcast. I'm your host. Dan obama with the orange county register. And i'm joined once again by our insider. Scott bra says we dive deep into all things tree league football recording our show on monday april fifth two thousand and twenty one and we got another big game coming up this week in the treaty league led by modern day. Taking on santa margarita as we work our way into round four of the treaty league. This is the next to last round in the this treaty league shortened season. Scotty how you doing after we coming off this big game last week. modern-day survived. You know captured the spotlight. Orange county football pretty close and intense game on saturday night at the ball. It was definitely not the. That's been a long time since we've seen survive modern day game like that tight And then just you know trying to savor the rest of these games growing by fast. Got a couple of left it all than we get to Take time time off for the. Hopefully we get to see some law. Sebastian league and smart development and then get back into this the fall exactly well it was. It was pretty Very entertaining game there at the bowl and maybe in i think somewhat revealing and we'll have some of our insights and players. I think definitely emerge. We probably take a little bit closer. Look at some of those pass. Interference calls in debate those a little bit and set the stage for. What is the come. This week and scotty skied. I want to thank you guys Everyone for listening to our podcast. Last last week it was one of our best listen shows and we appreciate you guys tuning in. Please give us a review wherever you find your podcast share with your your football hardcore football fans and We appreciate the support so just to set the table tonight. What we're going to have in our shows we're going to have a recap of those games last week. Course one did get cancelled. We'll touch upon that but we're definitely dive deep into that modern-day survey game and we're gonna have our players of the game and then we're also going to preview are games this week. Got some breaking news in some late. Developing news on the schedule. Two games on friday this week on friday april ninth. But there's also one game. That's shifted to saturday and that's going to be that orange lutheran seen john. Bosco game has been moved back one more day and we'll explain a little bit more on that so here we are. That's kind of where we're going to set the stage but where we want to begin tonight. scotty course. is that modern day. Twenty four to seventeen victory over servite cena stadium any westfield sky this thing was close throughout pretty good defense on bowl teams but this one came down to the final play with servite having possession driving for potentially game tying score ends with a forced fumble around midfield modern day recovering the ball on the last play but it was a very interesting interesting games. You know a couple big plays by day in the first half that set up some touchdowns you had Marquette's breaking seventy seven yard touchdown run pretty much zigzagging his way through the defence not touched. You had a big fourth down. Conversion by freshman quarterback elisha brown to see jay williams that led up the too late score in the first half. By relief brown short touchdown run but that was a key. Fourth down conversion modern day going for it was a fourth three and they went deep. That was an interesting play talked to coach role and after about that play call. He said i've been making those calls for thirty years. Well he wasn't even the number one option so they didn't really blinked too much with the freshman quarterback. I think that tells you a lot. About how modern is thinking about elijah brown and pretty gutsy call. And then i'll play. That was the very first play that loom very large. Was the pick six by kim sydney very first play twenty two yards to the house. He makes the play in and is seven. Nothing in that play was very decisive. Because you take that play out. The offense z score seventeen points but that defensive score was big but on the on the flip side for survey. They hung very tough. T- mac mcmillan had another strong game at wide receiver. He drew you know by my count. Six pass interference calls finish with oh about six catches About one hundred yards and six catches for one. Hundred seven yards had a touchdown reception of about thirty six yards. I think it was He also had a forty yard reception so he had a couple of pretty long plays. It was pretty physical match up with him and damani jackson. I thought noah feta was solid. Eleven for twenty three but he know the thing with noah is that he had that early pick which he acknowledged afterwards that he felt like that was on him. He made a mistake. But i felt he competed well. And you know bowel back. He threw that touchdown. He ran for a touchdown. Did sny stuff out of the pocket. He's moving pretty well. These days pretty good runner as well. He had twelve carries for a net of eight yards. But he did have a eleven yard he had touchdown. He was under some pressure and survive. Tried to play some physical ball which was pretty interesting with With bandy at running back he can't twenty five carries for eighty one yards and it on at sometimes in this game servite surprisingly went all know. Receiver formation wet power right at mater dei and. They've seen very determined to run the ball. You know between the tackles right at modern day and they had some success obviously not enough but they had. Some success did okay. With the with the time of possession we're able to sustain the some drives time of possession actually was pretty much even twenty four minutes for survey twenty three four for modern day so it was pretty interesting game scoring in the second half because it was twenty one to ten at halftime for modern day and survive got that Nova fetal run in the third quarter day clutch very clutch field goal. Thirty five yard or by meyer with just about four minutes left in the fourth quarter but scott. I'm really interested to see what your your game your impressions of the game. I think surveys show that. They're closing the gap somewhat pretty significantly by this modern day. I think they got in there first. Big game of the year they passed and now they have to take the next step forward their previous two games to competitive. So let's see how they respond. They're still you'll the kings of.

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"elijah brown" Discussed on Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo

Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo

03:22 min | 9 months ago

"elijah brown" Discussed on Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo

"Oh six but like i said the seventy yards came on one play. In j sarah's rushing game was a negative ten yards rushing day recorded. Three zacks one from tyler nary on josh jagdeo junior lacquer austin bressler and they had renew from camp sidney josh enter in the pick six from john davis who the picks pretty instinct of as potter was getting hit as he released. The ball davis other grabbed. The you know the ball is floating in the air off. Rented it for twenty in this. Basically you know was was monetize Scrimmage so this next game coming up smaller would be considered their week. One game all right. Well have a for a player of the game from this game. How about we give it to the freshman. Elijah brown for you know first varsity game on the road in the league and the guy throws for three touchdowns and he's fourteen of eighteen. How 'bout in scotty showed poise and he was efficient. You know in his first start so well. Congratulations to elisha brown. Freshmen are truly football. Podcast player of the game from the that j. sarah victory as sky. Let's move To the saturday game. And i took this game in at santana stadium. Saint john bosco. Sixty five santa margarita. Twenty eight and Sounds like a bit of a blow out And obviously at the final score it was but you know one point. Santa margarita did have a slight lead in the second quarter but then they end up getting blitz. I mean it was twenty eight to twenty at halftime Saint john bosco. And i think it was twenty two fourteen santa margarita leading in midway Too early in the second quarter. But i was really impressed with with the braves. Sinoe seeing them in person for the first time this year. I thought their quarterback duo is is pretty. Nice peers clarkson sophomore. He looked outstanding. He had a lot of composure and a lot of patients in the pocket. He threw two touchdowns threw another touchdown rolling to his right and a and a great throw on the run to the back of the end zone. That's impressive and then he also ran for one hundred yards and You know he had five carries for one hundred and one yards. And and scotty it was easy yards. These are runs where he he's dropping back in the pocket. He's looking to make his reads. It's not open. And he has. He just escapes a pocket and gets loose and he gets to the sidelines and he'll stop until he'll run as long as he can and he'll get out of bounce And and kate. In hauser had a terrific arm and he was better in the second half but Started a little slow but he was ten of sixteen for one twenty six two touchdowns and he's more of the pocket guy But he had a very outstanding touchdown to Jodi mckay Duffy on a on a slant about twenty two yards in the second quarter and he second half and he threw that on a rope and showed a great arm and now an impressive run. I mean you throw and then. I was really impressed with the ground game They add this..

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"elijah brown" Discussed on On The Way

On The Way

07:56 min | 9 months ago

"elijah brown" Discussed on On The Way

"That if we are was basically like the prosperity gospel. That if if we're right with god if we were doing everything right. God is going to bless us. And if we are faithful to god and Do all the things that we're supposed to do. God's going to bless us and we don't We don't hear the reality that these nine countries that are brothers and sisters in these nine countries are living with as a blessing. We don't we don't hear that way and we don't know how to we don't know how to incorporate that into our view of Well into our view of god and christianity and jesus work in the world and all of that we. I don't know that we have a a handle for that or category are box for that. I imagine that being a challenge. Fortunately we have jesus words and matthew chapter five and the sermon on the mount. Blessed are blessed are the poor in spirit. Blessed are those who are persecuted. Blessed are those who are seeking peace. It's hard to understand those realities and some of the context in which we are raised and we live our day to day lives and yet so many places around the world they know in live those realities so to stand alongside them is to stand hong side the scripture the majority of the new test. We think about paul's letters. The majority of the new testament was written from the inside of a prison. Sal is written by persecute believers persecuted believers. Who were living in minority status and other dominant cultures. This is our faith and so we have a wonderful opportunity to to live into this faith. And i don't know. I just i just see all the gaps in my own life and In i i struggle with the same questions. And yet i know in my heart that i wanna live on the faith frontlines and i wanna stand alongside the faith frontlines where where the lord is at work Wherever that may be. When i was growing up. Henry black abe's experiencing. God was really popular and many of you remember that. And i think. I've gone through experiencing god two or three times and every time i've gone through such a profound experience and i one of the elements that just has really shape the way i understand. Theology is this understanding. God is always at work and our primary responsibility is to listen to where he's at work in to adjust ourselves to what he is doing. So the lord is at work even now he's at work in texas. He's at work in. The united states is at work in the margins is at work in in all kinds of situations. He's at work in the midst of persecution. These at work. Our opportunity is to see where he's at work to adjust ourselves to his kingdom vision. That's a good word mosca. Last question Referencing paul and peter and other writers and scripture who were at a persecuted church for themselves experiencing persecution. These writers still managed to be able to refer to joy and home in the midst of their circumstances. So i'm curious as you talk with our brothers and sisters around the world today. Where are you hearing. Proclamations of hope and joy from christians in the world. I i over this last year. Especially in the midst of the global pandemic unfolded before us in my own life. I kept going back to romans. Fourteen seventeen that we are called to pursue righteousness which we might think of as a right relationship with god piece which we might think of as a right relationship with those around us and we often focus on those two elements. But it's the third little piece in romans. Fourteen seventeen which is really come to being a lot to me. Righteousness peace and joy in the holy spirit. That is not joined the circumstances that has not always righteousness and peace in the circumstances that we that we face but it's in the holy spirit and this becomes a real key to unlocking the way that so many believers in these difficult context continued to face their situation with joy because it's in the holy spirit and it's such a privilege to be able to hear stories from Growing churches and africa to Charges that are starting new seminaries and myanmar to proclamations of peace in the midst of war at places like the occupied territories in eastern ukraine Not on the news so much anymore. Ukraine may be in the news for all kinds of reasons and yet there's this occupied territory in eastern ukraine Where there are still fields laced with landmines. And yet this last year they planted a baptist church there and they're seeing more people come to know christ in that context today than they ever have before. Let's hear these stories of joy and know that god can call us today to To find him those places as well. Despite the circumstances everything that is going on the world that is we would associate call the opposite of joy and hope and peace even in the face of all that got us still a work and people are still coming to know christ and salvation and hope all these that we long for the piece. I that i would encourage all of us. Some some may be thinking. Well i'm never going to go to ukraine. Never going to go to one of these other challenging context there are challenging context all around us when we were at east texas baptist university in my wife volunteered and amid chaplaincy unit in a in a prison when We look around even our world today. There are many who are struggling in a very real way with food insecurity or other challenges. And so i don't want to just say. Look those christians over there. They're in an awesome job. They also struggle. That's for sure we're all people that want to say. Well if i could just be one of those contexts. Know what is the margin in your community. And who is the person who's living in the margin in your contacts. And i i think back to the gospel of luke and one of the ways that luke paints the the portrait of jesus is engagement is consistently around the dinner table of different peoples homes. Will everyone of us has a dinner table. My table may look a little different than your table but every one of us has a table. What would it look like to say. Moving forward my table in my house will be a place where i welcome someone from the margin so that i can have a conversation where i learn and where i share the peace.

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"elijah brown" Discussed on On The Way

On The Way

11:12 min | 9 months ago

"elijah brown" Discussed on On The Way

"In service to the gospel to learn more about how high ground advisers can partner with you or your organization visit their website at high ground advisors dot. Org as i hear you tell these stories There are some of us that have that are naturally grabbed by these in and we've had experiences ourself we'd like to think maybe that we're a little more globally minded or more aware. I think the term in some circles as woke of course that means a specific kind of awareness. And so i don't wanna make light of that And yet i am aware That there is considerable disconnect between American christians in american christianity and so many other christians around the world just to put in those kinds of terms and you described that So someone who is hearing this podcast or or people that you encounter in the work that you do Who may not have the same heart for Christians around the world but maybe want to How how does a person become more of a. I guess i'd call it a global christian if that's the right phrase to us. All of us have an opportunity to intentionally think about the voices that shape and influence our own thinking. So i encourage all of us. Make sure you're reading some international news to help you be aware of what's going on. Make sure you receiving prayer requests around the world. That's why the baptists rutta lines puts out a free weekly email prayer. Alerts that people can hear some of these prayer requests in challenges from around the world. Who are you reading. Are you reading authors from a different Context the different community. A different color than you are. Are you reading Podcasts are you listening to all of us. In a post covid world will have the opportunity to once again travel and that will just open. All of our is to some of these realities. Begin to give us insights that you can't catch in any other way There is a lot that you have to. You have to be able to be in person. Yeah yeah speaking of traveling again and the work. That vwa is doing We were supposed to be together this last summer in real for the twentieth congress. Twenty second congress. It's in the twenty s. That's right. I tell you what so. Yeah we were supposed to be together. And i was really looking forward to that because it is an opportunity to meet people from around the world and to begin relationships and begin partnerships into network and just learn from each other and here the bible read in another language and here prayer in another language and to begin to be exposed to other cultures and ways of thinking and and approaches to christ All of those things. And i know that that was really disappointing to have to put that off. We supposed to get together in person in the summer of two thousand twenty one and well as things turn out we're going to do that virtually but still it's an opportunity for this is plugged then For the summer. Twenty twenty twenty twenty one event It is an opportunity to do at least here in c Our brothers and sisters from around the world even. If we can't be together. I would encourage everyone. Go to the website Bwi a twenty twenty one dot org vwa twenty twenty one dot org and sign up for the twenty second baptist world congress while acknowledging especially for brazilian baptists and sisters. There's a million baptists and brazil and they were looking forward to hosting the world community while acknowledging that loss there is some excitement about this virtual congress that will happen july seven through ten. We have at the. Bwi set aside some scholarship money to ensure that key leaders from all one hundred twenty six countries and territories where there is a bwi a baptist member body will be able to join into this virtual experience if we are able to to have that level of registration versus one or two from each one of those one hundred twenty six countries and territories. Were looking at the possibility of what may be the most diverse globally diverse gathering of baptist and our four hundred year history as a movement. One hundred years ago there weren't abyss one hundred countries fifty years ago. There weren't baptists in one hundred countries but there are today and through this virtual platform. We have an opportunity for every bad. This in every country in the opening and closing ceremony will be free. So i really want to encourage all of us to come and make history with the most globally diverse gathering a baptist in the history of the baptist movement. So if there is someone who wants to make it possible for a baptist. Brother sister to be able to participate in the upcoming congress who financially is not able to do that What are we talking about. How much would it take to make sure that. Let's just say somebody wants to make sure this country whatever. The country is represented At bwi this summer what would that require. You can do that for as little as fifty dollars so fifty dollars. An individual will get a full week's access to all of the content that would be produced in the congress for one hundred twenty dollars. Then you can have access to that content for six months and in so many of these countries around the world. This is just critical where there are still Several dozen countries around the world that have no baptist theological training in them at all so creating opportunity for these individuals to build relationships to gain access to workshops to sense that they are part of a family that's wide and diverse is truly life giving in sustaining for many of these individuals. When i have the opportunity to jump. It'll just a second because we have the luxury of workshops running out our ears. And so i can imagine somebody saying it's just a workshop. I mean how. How important could that be to somebody in if they miss the workshop. What would you. What's your response to that. When was the last time. That you heard a preacher. From lebanon or a pastor from jamaica or you heard a preacher from nigeria. Who's now planting a church in norway. If it's been awhile since you've heard some of those individuals you're gonna want to be at the congress and hear for yourself if you haven't heard somebody share the testimony of how they personally experienced persecution and then sought to live with grace and peace in the midst of that context. You're gonna wanna hear of yourself if you've not heard the testimony of a refugee or migrant or those who are working to help free modern day slaves today. You're to want to hear that for yourself. You're gonna wanna join into one of these small groups that would be present at the congress will be paired with other baptism around the world. And you'll just be on zoom call together with fifteen. Twenty other baptists and just pray just pray with brothers and sisters from around the world and so all of us have something that i think we will. We will walk away from say you know what the holy spirit moved in that moment and i am now a able to walk more closely with christ because because i listened and this is. This is a changing baptists world. Sometimes people say we'll describe for me. What an average baptist is today hit. I'm listening you know when people ask this question. What they often envisioned in their mind is another baptist who kind of looks like themselves. Because that's that's kind of the context in which we live but we are living in the midst of the greatest global diversification of the baptist movement. That's happened in the last has ever happened in four hundred years so the last ten years the baptist movement has grown twenty nine percent around the world. But that's different region by region in europe in the last ten years baptist movement has declined three percent in north americans declined six percent. We know and we're living in. We're experiencing these realities but in asia. It's grown twenty percent in. The caribbean has grown forty. Eight percent and latin america has grown forty percent in the last ten years the baptist movement and africa has grown a hundred and thirty four percent almost twenty million baptised believers and africa and yet so many of these are facing really challenging context and they're facing those challenging context with holy spirit creativity earlier this year. I asked this question i ask. Are there anywhere in the world. Where there are baptists who are simultaneously facing the greatest challenges and hunger persecution war and difficulties in livelihood defined as life expectancy income education and so we created a kind of a global index. So we wrote to all of our regional leaders and we balance all of these things out and we measured it against all one hundred and twenty six countries and territories and there are nine countries in the world were. Baptists are simultaneously facing the greatest challenges of war hunger persecution in livelihood and yet in those nine countries there are thirteen million. Baptists twenty seven percent of all of the world's baptist live in a context of significant hunger war persecution and challenges to their every day livelihoods. What does it mean to affirm for all of us to say one out of all four. Baptists face these challenges. And how do we stand with these brothers and sisters.

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"elijah brown" Discussed on On The Way

On The Way

01:30 min | 9 months ago

"elijah brown" Discussed on On The Way

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"elijah brown" Discussed on On The Way

On The Way

02:43 min | 9 months ago

"elijah brown" Discussed on On The Way

"Sounds like you had a similar experience in botswana i did and and that's continued to be reconfirmed. I taught for five and a half years at baptist university and one of those During during that experience. I took a group of students with me ethiopia and we're in a very Rural church was a church. That face what i would consider mild persecution. You know tin roof and the only church in that community and as they would have worship service people would come by and throw rocks on top of the ten roof and s really distracting Difficult to work from that context. Once you join the church you'd have difficulty finding a permanent job in the in the community so persecution but but on the lower end of that that scale in the pastor there while we were there for that week kind of doing some. Vps with the church. He kept asking me. Can i can. I share with you my vision and when i when i traveled in and somebody shares that with me what i often hear his code for. I've got a project. I need you to fund and i'm there with a group of college students who did everything they could just to get there so i kept putting them off you know. Yes yes we want to hear your vision but not eventually you pull into the side and he said you will hear my vision now so we went back to his office. I pulled out my my book. I and i got my pin out. And i was praying the whole time. Lord give me the wisdom to honor the vision that you have placed in his heart while not committing a group of college students to that which is really beyond their capacity to respond to. How do i walk this line. And then this is what he shared. He shared years ago. I had a vision of a black book. At in this black book there was name after name after name being written and the pages kept turning and i just it felt awful to me and i prayed. Lord what is the meaning of this black book with all these names that are being filled up. And the lord told me these are the names of the people in the united states who are dying and going to hell because they've never given their life to jesus christ then he looked at me and he said i've been praying for years for the church and america to wake up so that names wouldn't continue to be written in this black book and you are the first american i've ever met. Would you go back and tell the church to live out their gospel witness. Wow talk about feeling humbled there in this. The mud.

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"elijah brown" Discussed on On The Way

On The Way

07:09 min | 9 months ago

"elijah brown" Discussed on On The Way

"Child around the The fifth grade at had an experience an encounter with the lord where i sensed a calling from him to Pursue what i understood at that time is kind of a missionary calling but a sense to engage in the global church and i went to my my parents and i said i think maybe the lord is calling me to be a missionary and my parents were very supportive of that And i can we of course lived in marble falls which is much bigger than it was some years ago and a missionary was coming into town and at the at that at that time my father was working for a computer company and computer companies supported a missionary and that missionary happened to becoming to town. And so my father said what would you like to go. Meet a missionary and i can recall going up to the third floor. Which was the tallest building and all of that city and thinking. Wow i've gone. You know so high up here and sitting down with that missionary. And and i said well you know here. I'm in fifth grade and tell me what do you do. In that particular missionary had a ministry at the united nations where he tried to disciple believers. Who were stationed at the united nations into reach out to other leaders who were stationed at the united nations believing that if he can help these individuals walk and a real and meaningful way in their relationship with christ it would have a profound impact. And i'm sure that as a first exposure to what does it mean to do missions to understand missions in the context of discipleship in international context. That has a societal. Influence has continued to shape my life as it is up to this day but then it coming out of high school you know went to mary. Hardin baylor and i majored in religion and then worked at taylor's valley baptist church there in temple texas and from there. Just just continue to try to say yes. The doors the lord was opening. I'm thinking about what you just said about Your call and going where the lord has you it because there's there's this moment i think in a christian's life where you do come to this place where The plans that you have for yourself the plans that your parents have for you The plans that your friends have for you and all this Really just comes to mean nothing. Against god's call and and i think about where you were At the time that you were making some of those decisions and following that calling your own life and where you are now And it's i don't know for me it. It just gives me pause To how god works in a person's life So this experience with missionary and in fifth grade is that where you were interested. In global christianity really was sparked or or. Did it come from somewhere else. i'm. I'm sure it began there. I feel very fortunate to have grown up in a youth group. That really talked and emphasized missions and a call. Live your whole life As a as a testimony to. Jesus christ we didn't grow up in a large church but out of our our small youth group even today. We have one of the classmates that that went to that youth group with me now went on to work with bible translation and a at another country in another one is currently on the field and eastern europe and another one went on to serve as a missionary and northern africa Another one is serving on staff at a church in asia today and so there was a whole group of us that that just sensed that the lord was calling us to engage the world even though we grew up in a rural context. None of us came from wealthy families. None of us came from well. Traveled families were deeply connected families. But you know. Lord has this ability to take people to where he needs them into positions for his kingdom. If we keep saying yes to him then coming out of high school. I went on a two-month mission trip between high school My graduation that high school in the start of college at the university of maryland baylor. I spent those two months camping in rural boats wanna and africa got swan is kind of the traditional africa that you envision. It was a wild experience especially as an eighteen year old. A camping out every night lion watches Sleeping an elephant footprints going down the okavango delta and saying your ten foot crocodile swim into the to the river. But what was more shaping than all of that. Was this realization that every village we went to there were believers who were there And what what we could bring was encouragement. We could be a calling card but we were not taking christianity. Their god was already at work. They're believers were already at work there and our opportunity was to learn from them and to partner with them as they lived out their gospel. Day in and day out in that context and that really profoundly shaped me. So that As i went on eventually to pursue a a phd at the university of edinburgh i chose a degree that focused on world. Christianity missions will always have a key part in my life at an all of our lives. Three billion people still remain unreached with the good news of christ and yet the church is growing at rapid levels around the world. And so as an american christian we have an opportunity to think more in terms of partnership than we ever have in the past as fascinating When my wife and i were college missionaries we worked a lot with international students and there was a man from. I believe he was from ghana. There were several students from various places in africa and there was a ghanaian Medical student. I believe the one who told me this. I i wish i had a clear memory of but what i do have a clear memory of is him telling me that where he came from his home That they would pray for us. American christians and i thought well that's interesting. Okay tell me more. And then he went on to explain why they were praying for us because they saw us as well as is week And in need and that was a that was a pretty formative moment for me. It.

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"elijah brown" Discussed on On The Way

On The Way

07:32 min | 9 months ago

"elijah brown" Discussed on On The Way

"The way a podcast about life but not just any life. it's about life with jesus. why do people follow. Jesus how do they get started. What difference does following. Jesus make in their lives before christians had a name. They were known as people of the way people who followed jesus teachings people have been on the way for nearly two thousand years now during the podcast. We explore the ways that people become followers of jesus and why and what difference following jesus makes in their lives on the way is produced by the baptist standard donor supported provider of news opinion and resources for living. Like jesus. i'm eric black editor of the baptist. Standard i'm glad you're with us today. We have with us today. Elijah brown he is the general secretary for the baptist world alliance. We're glad you're with us today. Well it's an honor to be with you. Thank you so much erik into abyss standard for all that you do to give witness to jesus christ thank you well as you know. We've talked a little bit about this. The focus of our podcast is how you became a follower of jesus and what difference following jesus makes in your life and people probably have some assumptions. Run off the bat. If if you are the general secretary of the baptist world alliance somewhere along the way. Jesus had to have something to do with your life so tell us a little bit about that. How did you become a follower of jesus. Well i feel really fortunate to have grown up in a family that did believe in christ but rather was a first generation christian As far as we are aware his parents especially his father had no relationship with the lord at all We believe perhaps his mother trusted in christ just before. She passed away so My father brought with him. An understanding of what it means to be a first generation christian into live out your witness a within a family context and a social context they tried to impart that into our family life as part of that like so many families do today we had regular devotional devotional that our home and one night as my father was leading through one of these devotional 's it just became clear that i did not know christ and that i needed to know christ and so they're in our home Ask the lord to become savvier of my life. And then i think eric honestly like like many who trust in christ at a very young age. Through my teenage years there were moments of uncertainty and doubt and insecurity in my faith and so really all of that for me came to a head when i was a senior in high school I grew up in rural taxes and the marble falls area for much of my life. Not all of it but for much of my life. My father was a pastor of a church and When i was a senior in high school. I just really went to my youth minister and i said i just. I've been struggling with all of these doubts and fears. And i wanna say once again the i wanna give my life to christ and i don't wanna live doubt in fear and uncertainty. I wanna walk in the freedom that jesus can bring and really since that that moment Have appreciated that. The lord continues to receive me in his grace. What were some of the doubts that you have. I think like many growing up in a christian home. You know you go through a process of of trying to really affirm for yourself that this is not just a family faith. This is a personal faith and to really come to a sense that the lord is real and that he is And that this is where we really want a center our life. I've been reading in A book that just came out Miss reading scripture through individualist is and and as i hear you talk about that Wanting to know that your faith was yours and not. Your families I i hear that. In a different way than i used to even just a few weeks ago because i had a similar experience Sort of sorting out. Faith for myself Part from my family. And i wonder were sort of jumping ahead a little bit we can. We can come back in a moment but as you say that i wanna key in on that for just a moment. I wonder if that kind of faith experience is unique to western culture to american culture or if this is a human experience i remember several years ago i was actually in somalia and i was visiting with a believer there and i said would you share your faith journey a with me. And he shared a really remarkable story about how he'd had Had been reading the koran in through reading. That came to believe that jesus was the one who is returning again and that he needed to begin to follow jesus because of them and never met a christian Never seen a bible at all and his family then began to say. You've you've been possessed by the demon of christianity and we need to drive this demon out of you and through a long story. He eventually found himself In front of An expert if you will who tried to drive these sorts of demons out of an individual in the country of ethiopia and found himself in a kind of imprisonment situation and the lord rescued him. Just like you read about in the book of acts. The door swung open little the night. He came out free and i asked him. I said at what point did you begin to identify yourself as a christian and he said it's win. That door swung open that. I became a christian and i was sitting there and i was thinking to come back to your question. Here is an individual who had spent the last six years being persecuted by his family being put in prison facing some real challenges because he wanted to believe jesus was ward but yet he didn't yet claim himself as a christian. It wasn't until this particular moment. And so i do think that there are these experiences around the world which have their own unique cultural understandings even while we affirm the need for an individual decision to follow christ interesting. We're going to take a sponsor break and we'll be right back since one thousand nine hundred fifty. Two south texas children's home ministries has focused on healing hearts and sharing hope they're nine ministries focused on helping hurting children and families all regardless of an individual's ability to pay to find out more visit. Www.

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"elijah brown" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"elijah brown" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

"You're you're talking about a winning team that still just also just has a history of being very very good. They've got cam fancher back. They've got malcolm curry back there. Big guy elijah brown down low ben palma obviously starred now schoff more lawrence rice and then adding a guy like profit johnson with with the defensive skills that he brings in the athleticism that he brings from thurgood over to wayne. They're certainly going to be a team. That's gonna put up a fight for for anyone around the area. It's funny kinda to see profit jumping around from mont to thurgood now back to wayne but certainly the kids got the skills that are that are wanted in many different places and they may have you know one of the top two. I guess sophomores You know in the in the area this sheer obviously him engaged cups. I think what would do that. Out for the dayton area You know twenty twenty three. But but yeah. They're going to be a handful. And like you said you spoke to centerville a lot with the returning cast. That they've got the skills they have And obviously with with coach cops and just his pedigree of having outstanding teams year in and year out. They're always going to be one of the best coach. So i don't think i have to ask about One game you tell people see you know if you're talking about wayne in centerville nnaji walk absolutely You're going down and look through it again. everybody'll have to keep their eye on beaver creek. I think as well out of the g. Walk in d. one You know they made a pretty deep run for where they were. At last year i know ultimately they ended up getting taken down down at At xavier but they put up a heck of a fight and some big games last year. There were returning a large number of players..

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