36 Burst results for "Francis"

Fresh update on "francis" discussed on ACN Newswire

ACN Newswire

00:52 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "francis" discussed on ACN Newswire

" 9 p.m. Friday December 2nd, 2022. Malaysian investors take part in Indonesia investment forum in Penang. Penang, Malaysia, December 2nd, 2022 ACN newswire, a total of 95 Malaysian investors took part in the Indonesia investment forum, which was organized by the ministry of investment investment coordinating board bkm of republic of Indonesia and the consulate general of the republic of Indonesia KGR I Penang in Penang, Malaysia, Tuesday. Promotion director for Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific region of the ministry of investment investment coordinating agency bkm sir rivia sion. Sid quote the ministry together with the Indonesian consulate general in Penang received information that many potential investors in Malaysia were interested in investing in Indonesia, particularly in medan, north Sumatra, and in Indonesia passed new capital city Ike N quote therefore, we have come here to directly meet and talk to the investors about the potentials. Malaysia is among the top ten investors in Indonesia, with investment over the last 5 years, two zero one 7 two zero two one reaching U.S. 6.76 billion was chosen as the location for the event because the city is a manufacturing hub in Malaysia, hosting excellence in industry 4.0 through which it is expected to increase awareness and interest of Malaysian investors in investment opportunities in Indonesia, Malaysia is one of the biggest investors in Indonesia, mostly in Sumatra. And we hope the investment can be expanded in other locations, especially in Ikea and consul general of the republic of Indonesia in Penang, bambang suharto added, is home to 300 MNC's multinational corporations and 3000 SME small medium enterprises as various similarities and closeness with Indonesia, namely the geography. Community diversity and culture Indonesia, as predicted by the OECD organization for economic cooperation and development will be the 5th. Largest economy in the world by 2045, and offers great opportunities to Malaysian investors to invest in Indonesia and grow together with Indonesia. The event also presented a number of notable speakers, including assistant deputy for investment acceleration strategy and policy at the coordinating ministry for maritime affairs and investment. Ferry our bar pissarro head of the Indonesian investment promotion center in Singapore Andrea buchar tandem industrial estate business. Director sought Francis wye OCA and the medan industrial park development and operations director, M height of ten Gale, ministry of investment BK p.m. investment coordinating agency email info BK p.m. dot gov, I de copyright 2022 ACN newswire. All rights reserved. WWW dot ACN newswire dot com.

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Malaysian Investors take part in Indonesia Investment Forum in Penang

ACN Newswire

03:06 min | 2 hrs ago

Malaysian Investors take part in Indonesia Investment Forum in Penang

"9 p.m. Friday December 2nd, 2022. Malaysian investors take part in Indonesia investment forum in Penang. Penang, Malaysia, December 2nd, 2022 ACN newswire, a total of 95 Malaysian investors took part in the Indonesia investment forum, which was organized by the ministry of investment investment coordinating board bkm of republic of Indonesia and the consulate general of the republic of Indonesia KGR I Penang in Penang, Malaysia, Tuesday. Promotion director for Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific region of the ministry of investment investment coordinating agency bkm sir rivia sion. Sid quote the ministry together with the Indonesian consulate general in Penang received information that many potential investors in Malaysia were interested in investing in Indonesia, particularly in medan, north Sumatra, and in Indonesia passed new capital city Ike N quote therefore, we have come here to directly meet and talk to the investors about the potentials. Malaysia is among the top ten investors in Indonesia, with investment over the last 5 years, two zero one 7 two zero two one reaching U.S. 6.76 billion was chosen as the location for the event because the city is a manufacturing hub in Malaysia, hosting excellence in industry 4.0 through which it is expected to increase awareness and interest of Malaysian investors in investment opportunities in Indonesia, Malaysia is one of the biggest investors in Indonesia, mostly in Sumatra. And we hope the investment can be expanded in other locations, especially in Ikea and consul general of the republic of Indonesia in Penang, bambang suharto added, is home to 300 MNC's multinational corporations and 3000 SME small medium enterprises as various similarities and closeness with Indonesia, namely the geography. Community diversity and culture Indonesia, as predicted by the OECD organization for economic cooperation and development will be the 5th. Largest economy in the world by 2045, and offers great opportunities to Malaysian investors to invest in Indonesia and grow together with Indonesia. The event also presented a number of notable speakers, including assistant deputy for investment acceleration strategy and policy at the coordinating ministry for maritime affairs and investment. Ferry our bar pissarro head of the Indonesian investment promotion center in Singapore Andrea buchar tandem industrial estate business. Director sought Francis wye OCA and the medan industrial park development and operations director, M height of ten Gale, ministry of investment BK p.m. investment coordinating agency email info BK p.m. dot gov, I de copyright 2022 ACN newswire. All rights reserved. WWW dot ACN newswire dot com.

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Laurel Guillen: Taming the Wolf of Gubbio by St. Francis

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:47 sec | 3 d ago

Laurel Guillen: Taming the Wolf of Gubbio by St. Francis

"The wolf of what? Gubbio. Gubbio, the wolf of gubbio. So let me guess Francis goes up to him. He makes him an offer he can't refuse. Yes. I agree. And according to what the townspeople say, you know, passed down. The wolf was fine. He would come every few days get fed, never hurt anybody else again. And people thought, okay, well, this is a legend. Well, in the mid 1800s, they were renovating the church or a square in the town of gubbio, and they unearthed a large skeleton of a wolf that dated from the 13th century. So that's actually very interesting. I love

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Laurel Guillen: Previewing the Book 'A Bellwether Christmas'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:07 min | 3 d ago

Laurel Guillen: Previewing the Book 'A Bellwether Christmas'

"Title of this novel. It's really a Christmas tale kind of like a Christmas Carol. Not gigantic. It's not a 300 page novel. It's called a bellwether Christmas. And it seems to me based on what you just said that you do write about what actually happened historically with Saint Francis in 1223 AD. Creating this idea of this Tableau of the animals around the manger and so on and so forth. That is in the book. Yes, and now there are only a few details about that event. We know what happened. They were very few details. So I kind of flesh it out a bit. But we do know that it did happen. And of course, if you go to a Greco Italy, there is a museum of the crib. It's basically because they consider themselves the place where everything started. And after this happened, by the way, everybody wanted to do this. It spread like wildfire. So it became a tradition very quickly across Christendom.

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Donald Trump, And Poor Judgement

The Officer Tatum Show

01:18 min | 6 d ago

Donald Trump, And Poor Judgement

"Does the kid come out and say some things that I agree with? Yeah, of course. He's not a dummy. He asks a little bit of a little bit charisma and he's like a broken clock. He's right twice a day. But when you talk about the sentiment of somebody like that, you're thrusting this ideology onto president Trump and the left is running away with it. Wait till they begin to come closer to the election. They're not going to say that Trump accidentally met with this guy. They already said, just like Trump said he didn't know who David duke was. They're saying he claimed he didn't know who Nick Fincher was, which Trump probably did not know who Nick Francis was, but it doesn't matter. It doesn't matter if he knew or not. I want us to understand that. It doesn't matter. It's the fact that your call with a racist. And you can say all you want, we believe it, but they're going to methodically just break away at the fabric of the rest of the people in the country. And it's going to make Trump look even more of a racist. You know, that's just like somebody meet with a pedophile. Well, I didn't know that. I didn't know that I don't know who's a big pedophile out there. Don't want to kill themselves. Jeffrey Epstein. Nobody cares that you were on an airplane with Jeffrey esteem and you didn't know who he was. You were on a plane with Jeffrey Epstein.

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Analyst on Vatican court weighing fraud case

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last week

Analyst on Vatican court weighing fraud case

"A Vatican tribunal weighing a financial fraud case heard from an unusual witness. The voice of Pope Francis in a secret recording. The broadcast of Pope Francis own voice in the courtroom marked a new chapter in a trial that's already seen plenty of twists and turns. The conversation was within accused cardinal. Over the Holy See's payments to free a nun held hostage by militants, author and Vatican analyst Marco politi calls this trial a mess. Now we don't know whether the Pope has to come as witness. In front of the court, which would be unbelievable. He says. The power struggles within the church have become reckless. There is no more respect for the high authority of the Pope. Vatican judges are trying to determine who, if anyone is criminally responsible. For losing tens of millions of Euros in Vatican assets. I'm Jackie Quinn

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Europe scrambles to help Ukraine keep the heat and lights on

AP News Radio

01:02 min | Last week

Europe scrambles to help Ukraine keep the heat and lights on

"Countries such as France, Britain and the U.S. are pledging as much aid as possible to ensure that Ukraine can endure the upcoming freezing temperatures. Ukrainians are struggling to stay warm already as a Russian onslaught has cut off energy and electricity supplies in much of the country, U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Bridget brink, said Russia's latest on slaughter on the capital is inadmissible. We just faced here and me and everyone who is here in Kyiv, some 100 missiles being sent by Russia to try to cripple Ukraine's energy to put millions of people men, women and children in the cold and dark. France's foreign minister said Francis sending a hundred high powered generators to Ukraine to help people get through the coming months. On a visit to Kyiv, British foreign secretary James cleverly said a $60 million air defense package will help Ukraine to defend itself from further Russian attacks, likewise brink said the U.S. is stepping in to help. The United States is going to continue to do everything we possibly can working night and day to provide help. I'm Karen Chammas

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Serious Christians Worry About a 'One-World Order'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:10 min | Last week

Serious Christians Worry About a 'One-World Order'

"Fascinates me is that if you're a serious Christian and you know anything about the end times, you always worry about a one world order. You worry about an Antichrist emerging who wants to take over the world. And at any point in world history, that was effectively preposterous, but we now have the technology and the global connections where there are people very seriously thinking about this and forgetting that the United States of America is the greatest country in the world and that it has brought freedom and so many good things. They act like, and the days of nations are over nationalism bad, globalism good. And there are plenty of woke Christians who seem to be going along with that agenda, not understanding anything about it, really. I couldn't agree more, Eric and great to be with you. On your show, always love to be with you and always love to be on your show. There are two things that stand in the way of the globalists. And the World Economic Forum, cloud Schwab, they are, they are the face of globalism. They're the people who are really driving it. And those two things are this. The first is the Christian faith. The Christian faith, because the Christian faith is fundamentally against tyranny. And that is because I kind of loosely quote Francis schaeffer when I say this, a Christians are rebellious rebellious insofar as no tyranny can tolerate the people who say that they have an absolute universal standard by which all men and their governments are judged. And of course, Christians always say that there is a law above the state. I mean, this country was founded on this principle. You know, the Declaration of Independence doesn't appeal to British law, it appeals to the laws of God. It says, you know, we know that this is what the law says, but there's a law above that law. The

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There Are So Many Good Stories Out of the Midterms...

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

There Are So Many Good Stories Out of the Midterms...

"So many good stories out of the midterms. We're not talking about desantis by 20, even Brian Kemp one convincingly in Georgia, Greg Abbott, just obliterated Robert Francis o'rourke. I mean, just ran over and Greg Abbott actually won independence in Texas, which is so interesting. Lombardo won in Nevada. But it's just, you know, in Arizona in particular. I mean, I'm shocked and I'm just looking at the numbers as they are. And I'd love to have somebody walk me through them. I'd love to have somebody tell me how on earth this is conceivable how it's possible how Carrie Lake could win game day in person election day voting independence two to one and then lose them if somebody dropped off ballots. It's just, and we're going to have the final numbers tonight. So just so everyone knows, there's anywhere between 90 to a 100,000 Maricopa ballots remaining. I think they're actually might be more than that. In fact, I just got a text message here for anyone listening from Arizona, okay? Anyone from Arizona listen to this. I want to, I want to talk about this. He said, by the way, your advice to cure vote was a good one. My wife and I voted at 6 a.m. on election day. My vote was tabulated, but my wife and I, among them, was among the majority of people around whose ballot couldn't tabulate. We checked our status and currently neither of us are currently listed as having voted since the primary. So we're going to have Tyler Boyer on to kind of walk through what to do here, but there is a chance that again, it's a chance. I'm not saying that it's a good chance, but knowing Maricopa's incompetency, there's a chance that there's tens of thousands of ballots in adjudication in different buckets that haven't been tabulated. And that would end up kind of closing this turnout gap that currently is a little bit mysterious right now. So

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Paris 2024 Olympics, Paralympics mascot is a smiling hat

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

Paris 2024 Olympics, Paralympics mascot is a smiling hat

"A Red Hat with a lot of symbolic meaning in France has been selected as the mascot for the 2024 Paris Olympics If he is It's known as a friesian cap and is worn by Mary Ann Francis personification of liberty who can be found everywhere from schoolrooms to stamps usually leading the troops during the French Revolution The two 2024 Olympic mascots are dubbed together a lay fridge and look kind of like a pair of floppy red triangles with friendly faces a tricolor ribbon and bright sneakers the Paralympic version features a prosthetic leg Organizers say they wanted something that represented an ideal and chose the cap as an allegory of freedom that embodies the ability we have when we collectively decide to rise up to strive for something better I am Jennifer King

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Remember, Republicans Still Won Last Night

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:08 min | 3 weeks ago

Remember, Republicans Still Won Last Night

"Waking up today would you rather be a Republican or a Democrat? Would you rather be on the winning chamber of the losing team? Because I want to give you a little bit of perspective. The Republicans won. Joe Biden's agenda is done. Joe Biden is an absolute lame duck ineffective impotent president in terms of his gender for the next two years. Can't get it done without the house. That's a win. Ron DeSantis was a superstar last night. That's a win. Greg Abbott, Texas, voters, sending beto home once again. Robert Francis o'rourke lost. That's a win. Stacey Abrams loses again. I think this time she even conceded, that's called a win. I wasn't exactly father of the year. I know I made plenty of mistakes as a dad, but one thing I told my kids over and over again is when you don't get everything you want. Don't lose perspective.

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"francis" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

Monocle 24: Section D

04:26 min | 3 weeks ago

"francis" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

"To save resources, in the same way showing new ways how you could put together knowledge from Germany to craftmanship in Senegal and create a structure that is inspiring, but that is working very well. I mean, I want to ask the institute is another example of, I guess, a public building that you're working on. You know, and you've worked on lots of schools, and that seems to be a big part of your portfolio, and you clearly must like working on them. Why is that why are they important to you? First of all, it is a logic follow up of my work. You know, I started to create schools because I felt for my village was a way to give open opportunities to other kids to stay in their village and then to attend education. And for me, working on public and civic buildings is so important because in the past, those kind of structure has been seeing as government issues or big corporation and there was no relation shipped to the culture and to the local way of understanding things. For me now, using my skills and support those kind of structure or to have a commission where you know that that kind of building plays an important role of life of people, it is a sort of identity. If you build a parliament House, it is building a structure that will host the representative of a given nation, and if you happen to apply techniques that relate to the culture or use symbols that reflect the pride of the nation, then you will really allow the kind of structure to work well because people identify themselves with it already, which is great. I am using the opportunities opening to me to inspire, but also to really create something that unite people, cultures, regions. I mean, I guess just my last question is, firstly, huge congratulations for the pritzker prize win. But I want to ask what you hope people take away from your work being recognized by the pritzker, what do you hope other people learn from your recognition? The fact that I started to work in my little place in the village of Gandalf really that was a remote place, a little village with no opportunities, and then to really keep doing until even being awarded prisca is showing that everyone can achieve greatness that we should just take our task as something that can contribute to the general debate on architecture on climate change on shrinking resources but also on migration. What have done within my work, like training young people that now are able to stay in Burkina Faso and earn a living is a great example. You don't see it in that. People, the architecture award is about architecture. But there is a lot of issues that are half stacked without knowing it. So it is an unknown. To say to everyone, just do great team, believe in yourself, and then even institution like price gas will find you.

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"francis" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

Monocle 24: Section D

05:01 min | 3 weeks ago

"francis" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

"Completed in 2001, the architect worked with the community on the design and build of the school, helping locals to develop construction trades as they handcrafted a structure made of clay, cleverly reinforced with cement. The project would set the president for Francis practice, and since then, his projects have spent international borders, including the now under construction Goethe institute in Senegal. To find out more about his career evolution, I caught up with the architect, discussing how his upbringing as the oldest son of a village chief, who was educated in carpentry and architecture in Germany, has informed his approach to the field. Francis began by outlining his route into architecture by way of working with wood. I was trained as a Carpenter in Burkina Faso.

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Pope in Bahrain: Treatment of prisoners a measure of society

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Pope in Bahrain: Treatment of prisoners a measure of society

"Pope Francis calls for better treatment of prisoners as he wraps up his first papal trip to Bahrain During his final event on his trip to the gulf kingdom Francis encouraged priests and nuns to keep ministering to the country's small Catholic community and especially its prisoners saying that the way in which these least ones are treated is a measure of the dignity and the hope of a society he also called for authorities to refrain from using the death penalty and to ensure basic human rights for all citizens Bahrain's government maintains its respects human rights and the freedom of speech and that its criminal justice system is compliant with international law but activists continue to criticize the country's prison conditions Human rights groups urge Francis to advocate for political prisoners too as hundreds are still detained since the 2011 Arab Spring protests I'm Naomi Shannon

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Thousands pack Bahrain national stadium for pope's main Mass

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Thousands pack Bahrain national stadium for pope's main Mass

"Thousands of Christians arrived in Bahrain from around the gulf to attend a large mass with Pope Francis Crowds cheered as Pope Francis looped around back when sports stadium before taking part in a mass with an audience of about 30,000 people The pontus four day visit was mainly to attend an interfaith conference but he shifted gear to focus on the region's Catholic community The liturgy was in English as most of the worshippers were South Asian migrant workers he traveled from across the gulf to attend be joy Joseph and Indian living in Saudi Arabia was thrilled to be there The Pope urged his audience to strive for peace If anyone strikes you on the right cheek turned him to the other also that is what the lord asked for bus I am Karen Chammas

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How Church Leaders Aligned With Fauci to Discredit Experts

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:41 min | Last month

How Church Leaders Aligned With Fauci to Discredit Experts

"Exactly did he do? Because I understand he has a lot of connections with many evangelical leaders some were even within the Southern Baptist convention. Yes, so early this year, I had released a report on all of the evangelical leaders, including people like Christianity today, editor in chief Russell Moore, Billy Graham center, director at stetzer, Tim teller, a lot of other big Rick Warren. Some other big names who had platformed Francis Collins to come on their podcast to do interviews with him to run stories, advocating for him basically saying he's a Christian brother, we need to listen to him and you can go back and find that old report. But that was the first story. And then this week, what popped up was that this organization that Francis Collins founded put out a statement called the love your neighbor get the shot statement. And this went even further because it was essentially a pledge that a variety of Christian leaders, including people like NT rights, very famous theologian, Christian author, Philip yancy, that one breaks my heart, Christianity today, CEO, Timothy dalrymple, some seminary president, veggie tales, creator, Bill Fisher. They all signed this document. And in it, they promised to actively promote accurate scientific information from trustworthy consensus sources and they promise to help counter misinformation and conspiracy theories from non consensus sources. And when

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Pope urges unity as he marks Vatican II's 60th anniversary

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Pope urges unity as he marks Vatican II's 60th anniversary

"At a special evening mass Pope Francis appealed for unity in the Catholic Church as he marked the 60th anniversary of the second Vatican council France has called the divisions that sprang from the council's modernizing reforms the work of the devil Vatican two brought the 2000 year old church into the modern era by allowing masses in the vernacular rather than Latin and through a greater emphasis on the role of the ordinary faithful in the life of the church Vatican two still very much divides the faithful with progressive seeing it as a break from the past and conservatives seeing it as fully in line with church tradition I'm Walter ratliff

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On this week's AP Religion Roundup, churches offer hope amid hurricane recovery, Pope Francis denounces the risk of nuclear war, and a famed US extreme skier gets traditional Buddhist funeral.

AP News Radio

02:09 min | 2 months ago

On this week's AP Religion Roundup, churches offer hope amid hurricane recovery, Pope Francis denounces the risk of nuclear war, and a famed US extreme skier gets traditional Buddhist funeral.

"On this week's religion roundup churches offer hope amid hurricane recovery Pope Francis denounces the risk of nuclear war and a famed U.S. extreme skier receives a traditional Buddhist funeral In the darkness and despair wrought by hurricane Ian that were flickers of light and hope And so where was everybody when the storm was happening They were in here And then they had you see they moved up there because the water came up somewhere about that step there Pastor Robert caston of Southwest baptist church in Fort Myers Florida says his church was a refuge during the storm I'm guessing 20 5% of our people had lost their home That's just a wild guess but it's not like three or four There's a bunch of people Jane Compton says she has been staying at the church since her home was devastated by the hurricane But so you're both you're living in the church Right now Yes your honor We didn't before of course but we were living here now It's the only home we have now At the nearby Bethlehem ministry assembly of God pastor Elton Silva predicts the storm will strengthen the faith of those who live through it After this weekend some people are going to think more about the fate about God Pope Francis appealed to Russian president Vladimir Putin imploring him to stop the spiral of violence and death in Ukraine Francis also denounced what he called the absurd risk of nuclear war The address in Saint Peter's square was the Pope's strongest appeal yet on the war in Ukraine A famed extreme skier from the United States who was killed after falling from one of the world's tallest mountains was given a traditional Sherpa cremation funeral 49 year old Hilary Nelson fell off the summit of mount Mona slough the world's 8th highest mountain last week while skiing down with her partner I'm Walter ratliff

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Stephen A. Smith: Respect to Chris 'Mad Dog' Russo

Mark Levin

01:05 min | 2 months ago

Stephen A. Smith: Respect to Chris 'Mad Dog' Russo

"You're very compelling You know that's really the only show I watch on ESPN Seriously other than there's UFC or something like that You're very compelling I like this mad dog guy I know everybody knows who he is I didn't know who he was He compliments you Do you know what I'm saying Well listen he just so you know he's been a staunch Republican for years He's in his 60s And he's started sports talk radio It was him It was Mike and the mad dog Mike Francis and him Is that who it is Well that's who it is And so he had been on radio all of these years and a lot of people never saw his face And when I was crazy I bought him the first take and you had analysts and stuff like who is he I said how old do you And they would like 37 38 years old I said he's going on his 39th years Sports talk radio You're talking about having your own show This man has his own channel He's been around forever He's a big time respect that man And I do

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Frangela Want to Know When Slavery Became a Brand

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Frangela Want to Know When Slavery Became a Brand

"I didn't know her so walker was forced to have a fried chicken booth. I didn't know till he just said. So I have to tell you this new campaign strategy of the beaten down slave. It's a very weird choice. Yes. I find it uncomfortable. Yes. And it is somewhat like I look around for pods. For some indication that I've been transported back to the antebellum south. It is very, very, very, very upsetting and frustrated. Yes. Well, Francis and slavery was a brand. I really brand now. It's a brand.

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There's Something Up With Liz Cheney, The Party Pooper

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:34 min | 2 months ago

There's Something Up With Liz Cheney, The Party Pooper

"Liz Cheney has become, well, let's call her a real party pooper. And what I mean by this is that she is now pooping, not just over Trump, but over the Republican Party in general. She is pooping over Carrie Lake and Republican nominees all over the country. And she doesn't seem to have a kind of enduring commitment to being a Republican at all. In fact, she said recently that quote, if he is the nominee, namely Trump, I won't be Republican. Now, let's think about why somebody would say that. Let's say that you are a Christian. And you believe that mister X would be the perfect person to be, let's say, head of the Southern Baptist convention or be even the Pope, if you're Catholic, would it make sense to say, well, if they decide to choose Francis as the Pope. I'm no longer going to be a Catholic. Well, that really shows that your Catholicism is not really rooted in a kind of fidelity to Catholic principles, Catholic tradition, Catholic history, because if it were, it you'd be like, well, it's unfortunate that we got this boat. We could certainly do better. But the church has been around for 2000 years. It's got enduring principles. My point is, the very fact that Cheney is talking like this, suggests that something is up.

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"francis" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:43 min | 5 months ago

"francis" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"809 7 8 three O 5 7 809 7 8 three O 5 7. American style doing in the room. Folks, welcome back. I'm talking to Francis Chan. That's right. Francis Chan. Here he is, my guest. Francis, you were just saying about God calling you to befriend people with whom you had some theological differences, which I think is beautiful. And it's probably why we're friends now. So talk about that. Yeah, you know, it wasn't even like I tried. I would be speaking at these events and like I remember the first time speaking at a passion event and suddenly the worship leader halfway through the event tells me he's Roman Catholic. And I was shocked. I'm like, what? And he looks at me, you know what his name is Matt Maher. He wrote the song, your grace is enough. And he was kind of weird that a Roman Catholic wrote that, don't you think? It's only weird. It's only weird if you think that they believe in works righteousness, which they don't, but you know. Well, that's where that's what I was told. And so as I talk to them and befriend him, we actually even went to Rome together and he walked through the different misconceptions of things. And it was so helpful, just walking through and realizing, man, this is a spirit filled godly man and I thank God for the grace in my life that I got to meet someone like that. Befriend someone like that. And now dozens others that I've gone to know that I would go, wow, they're commitment to Christ. Some of them, at least the ones I've met, that goes far from what I was told about them. You know? Well, it's interesting. I remember when I first got saved in 88 and was moving in the kind of charismatic world. And then when I realized that there are people that I would say, oh, there's a born again believer in evangelical believer, but they don't believe in any of that stuff. They don't believe in tongues or in any kind of miraculous stuff for healing, whatever. I was kind of astonished. I thought, well, that's part of the package. Why wouldn't you believe that? And so again, to get back to our friend, John McCarthy, that he would take such a strong stand against that. It just strikes me as odd. I mean, experientially through the centuries, missionaries have experienced angelic stuff and miracles and whatever. And but some people seem to be very, I don't know, they seem to major in theology. So I don't think the algae is unimportant, but they get very, very focused on little things like that. Yeah, and I remember asking in class one time. Like, what if there's a little old lady who goes in her closet and speaks in times like before I have to confront her and the answer was yes, because, you know, she could be filled with a demonic experiencing is not of the Holy Spirit. You know, is probably from the devil. And so, you know, I don't take that stand now, but I did. I really believe that. But I think the person who tells you to go into that woman's closet, that person might have the spirit of the devil, and I feel obliged to confront them. Yeah, but it wasn't, you know, it wasn't spoken in a spirit of cruelty. Right. It was really a belief. This is right, and we can't back down. We've got a glorified God, and everything we do, every truth matters and we were confronted anything that's evil..

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"francis" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:35 min | 5 months ago

"francis" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Back. I'm talking to Francis Chan. That's right. Francis Chan. Here he is, my guest. Francis, you were just saying about God calling you to befriend people with whom you had some theological differences, which I think is beautiful. And it's probably why we're friends now. So talk about that. Yeah, you know, it wasn't even like I tried. I would be speaking at these events and like I remember the first time speaking at a passion event and suddenly the worship leader halfway through the event tells me he's Roman Catholic. And I was shocked. I'm like, what? And he looks at me, you know what his name is Matt Maher. He wrote the song, your grace is enough. And he was kind of weird that a Roman Catholic wrote that, don't you think? It's only weird. It's only weird if you think that they believe in works righteousness, which they don't, but you know. Well, that's where that's what I was told. And so as I talk to them and befriend him, we actually even went to Rome together and he walked through the different misconceptions of things. And it was so helpful, just walking through and realizing, man, this is a spirit filled godly man and I thank God for the grace in my life that I got to meet someone like that. Befriend someone like that. And now dozens others that I've gone to know that I would go, wow, they're commitment to Christ. Some of them, at least the ones I've met, that goes far from what I was told about them.

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"francis" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:41 min | 5 months ago

"francis" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Back, I'm talking to Francis Chan, he's written a new book called until unity. So Francis is a huge idea unity and what you said when you spoke the other day in San Diego, I was very moved by it because you're right that we're supposed to love our enemies and when somebody says, I have Jesus living inside me. I'm a Christian. That's like a next level of what you just think, wow. This person, we may disagree, but I have to honor them and I have to talk to them in a way that takes that very seriously. But at what point, you know, because you have people now saying any Stanley wrote a book recently that kind of says we shouldn't be political, right? So on the surface of it, I get that. But then I think to myself, it feels to me like I kind of false posturing because you think, wait a minute, if I'm talking about truth, if I talk about the unborn, if I talk about slavery, if I talk about Nazis or fascists or whatever, like I have an obligation to truth, to speak on that, but there's some people that it's almost like they just have a dislike of that tension. And so they say, let's just talk about the gospel. As though you could talk about the gospel, but avoid some of those issues. So that's where I can't take them seriously. I feel like they're missing something big. Yeah. Well, you know, I recently read this book called bahn hoffer. And powerful, powerful book. I suggest it. And when you think about his life, how do you ignore human life? Like, I mean, that is the gospel. And so I hear what they're saying, though, because again, like I said earlier, there's things that we can get caught up in, and we're talking about eternity. I mean, we're talking about a person possibly spending eternity in torment a part from God or spending eternity forever, not these few years that you and I have left on the earth. We're talking about forever and ever in the presence of God and perfection, you know, for thousands, tens of thousands, millions of years, and that's huge. There's nothing bigger than that. We're talking about believing in a God who we can't even look at or we would die and him sending his son to die on a cross and suffering across so that we can be forgiven and spend eternity with him in perfect fellowship. And so that needs to be so high above every issue.

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"francis" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:03 min | 5 months ago

"francis" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"That's a pretty good point. Have you thought about writing a book about this subject? If you do think about it, let me suggest the title until unity until unity by Francis Chan has a ring to it. We're going to be right back. I'm talking to Francis Chan. Turns out he is the author of a book called until unity, which of course he just stole from me just right now. We'll be right back. I'll give a little bit of my life for you. So give a little I'll give a little tell me Eric, why is relief factors so successful at lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question, the owners of relief factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right, designed to heal. And I agree with them. So the doctors who formulated relief factor for them selected the four best ingredients, yes, 100% drug free ingredients, each helps your body deal with inflammation. Each of the four ingredients deals with inflammation from a different metabolic pathway, and that right there approaching from four different angles may be why so many people find such wonderful relief. So if you've got back pain, shoulder neck hip knee or foot pain from exercise or just getting older, you should order the three week quick start discounted to only 1995 to see if it will work for you. It works for me. It has for about 70% of the half a million people who've tried it and have ordered more, go to relief factor dot com or call 804 relief to find out about this offer, feel the difference. Folks, welcome back, I'm talking to Francis Chan, he's written a new book called until unity. So Francis is a huge idea unity and what you said when you spoke the other day in San Diego, I was very moved by it because you're right that we're supposed to love our enemies and when somebody says, I have Jesus living inside me. I'm a Christian. That's like a next level of what you just think, wow. This person, we may disagree, but I have to honor them and I have to talk to them in a way that takes that very seriously. But at what point, you know, because you have people now saying any Stanley wrote a book recently that kind of says we shouldn't be political, right? So on the surface of it, I get that. But then I think to myself, it feels to me like I kind of false posturing because you think, wait a minute, if I'm talking about truth, if I talk about the unborn, if I talk about slavery, if I talk about Nazis or fascists or whatever, like I have an obligation to truth, to speak on that, but there's some people that it's almost like they just have a dislike of that tension. And so they say, let's just talk about the gospel. As though you could talk about the gospel, but avoid some of those issues. So that's where I can't take them seriously. I feel like they're missing something big..

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"francis" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:53 min | 5 months ago

"francis" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Listen, we're called to love everyone. We're called to love our enemies, but I'm not called to unity with people that are saying things that are dramatically or to my mind very clearly against what God teaches. So how do you, how do you figure out where that line is or where is that line for you? No, you're right, because there are people that will accuse you of hearing about truth or not caring about holiness, you know, God's commands. If you pursue unity and I'm going to know, actually, I'm pursuing unity because that is truth and that is commanded over and over in scripture. Now there are times when we are called to divide, there are times like Jesus says, I didn't come to bring peace. I came to bring a sword. And there is truth to those who would dare like belittle or try to alter the gospel itself, those salvific truths, or there are times when the Bible is so clearly stating something as sin, and we can't tolerate that. If the Bible labels something as sin, we have to get serious about those things. But outside of that, there also needs to be this deep, fear of God, like if the Holy Spirit is in you, it's got to be careful. Even though you knew you may say things that bother me and you do, but I love you and I look at you, you know, I've been telling you, I have to look at you like I look at the virgin Mary. Like, okay, if she has the creator in her womb, then I better be awfully careful how I speak to her. And that would be the same thing about you.

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"francis" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

Bitcoin Audible

05:35 min | 6 months ago

"francis" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

"So Francis has a quote closer to kind of the beginning of this piece. Where so he opens with the concept of, you know, you can't debate. You can't debate this topic with someone who doesn't realize that there is no change to be made at the end of the debate, like you're arguing about something that is as set in stone as anything that has been engineered by man. And I actually agree with that. I know that sounds like some pontificating oh, Bitcoin is strong and nobody's going to do anything. It's like trying to alter fundamentally trying to alter the TCP IP protocol today. Like, you have so much infrastructure built on top of it. And the all the devices have to stay in consensus. I actually think that would be easier than doing so with Bitcoin because the way that Bitcoin maintains its rules and the purpose of the rules is to sustain an economic game theory, which means that not only do you have the protocol tendencies to adhere or to ossify, I guess, is the better word, but you also have the economic game theory, such that the all of the incentives all of the profit incentives, all of the disincentives are reinforcing exactly the same thing. I mean, seriously, what human designed system, what human created system or structure has that degree of cohesion has that degree of strength or resistant, resistance to change. And there's a quote towards the beginning of this here that I was referring to. It says, you can't change Bitcoin. It's not a democracy. It can't be taken over by convincing people with money to hire people with guns. It's just the way it is. And this is something that's so critical people think that because you can defend network consensus that this is some sort of a democracy that this is some sort of system where people are voting. And this is where the mistake comes in from the political sphere, which is a good mistake that they're making, and it's also the same mistake that was made during the block size wars with B cash and all the big blockers is that they've, they've fundamentally misunderstood why the network cohesion, why the consensus is so strong in one direction, why consensus is around maintaining the current consensus, why the strength or the power of the network is around maintaining the current consensus rather than being able to rather than changing it arbitrarily. Because any change that is made with a hard fork, necessarily, is arbitrary,

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"francis" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"francis" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Francis arrives at the Cathedral of Saint Martin, looking well and rested on the second day of his four day pilgrimage to Hungary and Slovakia that marks his first international outing since undergoing intestinal surgery. In July. Francis will visit the capital's Holocaust memorial. Built on the site of a synagogue destroyed by the communist regime in the 19 sixties and then to an event focusing on stopping the rise of anti Semitism in Europe. The pope saying, this is a fuse which must not be allowed to burn. I'm Charles Apple released an emergency software patch to fix a security vulnerability. That researchers say could allow hackers to directly in fact, iPhones and other apple devices without any user action. Researchers say it was the first time a so called zero click exploit has been caught and analyzed. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News. This is a 20 A M w c p t, Willow springs and streaming worldwide. W c p t a 20 dot com We are Chicago's progressive talk where facts matter. Now, your WC PGA 20 Chicago Traffic Update. Zion 21st three days block between Kenosha role in Lewis Avenue with police activity on Chicago's Northwest Side, Western is blocked between Roscoe and Artisan with police activity there. South. Undesirable Lakeshore Drive bumper to bumper from North Avenue, one down to the Chicago Avenue light North bound to go through Grant Park Kennedy Outbound It's clogged most of the way out again Field 15 to the split 12 in the express 40 out to the airport in bomb from aware also 40 minutes 24 then on in from the junction eyes are never outbound, stopping and going from western to 25th Avenue. From the circle out to 3 90 54 inbounded 48 Stevens and out 23 55 and 45 Million outbound bumper to bumper from 35th on out to 59th earlier crash. That's traffic. I'm.

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"francis" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"francis" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"And he's like dad. I mean he's just freaking out fifteen years old he goes. You don't jimmy his friend jimmy. Who has like this. He's been talking like that since he was a kid. he's seventeen. I wanna pay for an operation anything. Nothing doctors can do serious whilst that bad is horrible. I thought i will pay for. Tell me how much i don't want. That kid growing up blake that he's at camp first night. Everyone is getting healed. Jimmy is singing and suddenly bull. His voice turns into a man's voice. He freaks out runs on stage in starts preaching in a man's voice. You know hundred highschoolers renaming my son just like cline falls on his face in the fear of god and you know but as he's explained any hands of the jimmy and he's talking to me like this and i'm going what in the world just happened to you. He's crying parents are crying. I mean this it happens and you know i've even seen it happened several times since we've been together but i'm still like blown out of my mind. My kids are blown out of their mind. But that's where. I think we bothered when people talk about it like. Oh yeah. Blind guy opened his eyes and he saw everything. I know and you think wait a minute. That should be in the papers. You understand like that's a big deal and they're like i don't know i don't i don't get it. We talked about other stuff we talked about. I mean you were in san francisco for a long time and we talked about the gays gauge. How hard that is suddenly for the church to navigate because we have this biblical ethic and we know we wanna love people where they are so a lot of times. We don't talk about something because other people talk about it too much and navigating that and my answer is that there is no answer. You can get it wrong in either direction. I keep thinking of the the fifteen or sixteen year old boy who is struggling with something and nobody is giving him truth and hope they're just saying this is the path for you and if you don't go down this you're denying something fundamental or whatever and i i. My heart goes out to that kid. Basically who is growing up in a culture where you're even the church is not talking about helping him in a lot of people interested. They don't believe in that kind of heat that you could be healed or changed or anything like that so it's just hard. There's no right answer. And i think the key is like what you said. Your heart goes out to him. It's about this. Love like looking at a human being in loving them show deeply from within otherwise like i corinthians thirteen says. You're just like this noisy gong. You're just like this grading sound in his ears rather than going cash pie love you so much and and when i read this book we're going gonna stand before god and and he loves you. This is who he is but we are gonna stand before him and so out of love you want to be honest with some of these things in and at least encourage them he just just look at this book but let me tell you something this god created you. He knows everything about you. He loves you mentor. Stop in me to how. Let's pick this up. We're going to another break folks. I'm talking to francis chan. You're not going anyplace shine a little bit of folks couple. Minutes left with francis chan francis. We're talking about that issue about love and how we can get it wrong in both directions. And i know i have. I know i have and.

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"francis" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"francis" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Francis you lived in hong kong as a kid. You said yeah. I five years of my life and you were raised. I mean what you would you just share a few seconds about losing your mother in childbirth losing a stepmother losing your father like i cannot imagine what that would be like. When did jesus become like real to you. Did you have a born again moment or was it a process. How how did that work for you. It was a process. But i would say in high school Youth pastor went to a youth group that some friends took me to and he got me started reading the bible and into this relationship where i'm up at six. Am as a high school student every day. Trying to begin this relationship with jesus and it was fascinating like the way he would answer. Prayers like all the stories we heard in kansas city. So many of those things began to happen in my life as a teenager. And i just i just was on fire. I just thought i. I need to tell everyone about this. Jesus owes high school where it all started for me. And when did you. Did you ever experience the miraculous or were you hanging out with those people and at what point you get with a group of people that says this is not for today. Yeah that wasn't until. I believed in it because i'd seen And i would But i never saw miracles. Other than supernatural answers to prayer. When i would pray but i never saw the miracles. They wanna went off to bible college in seminary. They told me that doesn't happen anymore. That stuff seized after the bible was was canonized and so I didn't believe in it for for many years. Even though i did as a kid but once i went to seminary that that one way and but it wouldn't you hear stories from missionaries or something. I always feel like you bump into missionaries. They tell you some insane story and you know it's real. Did that challenge you or did you just kind of put that on a box missionary box and yeah. I don't know. I kind of put it in a box and i was pretty hard core like this doesn't happen today. But then you do begin these relationships with people you begin to trust and they look you in the iron go note. This happened to me in your email. It's kind of like what we were going through in kansas. Where like gosh. That's hard to believe but it. It's not because. I look in the bible and go that perfectly squares with the bible. I just don't see that often. Yeah so. I think that's where it began to be surprising to me when people i trusted said no. I've seen things just like you read about in the bible part of the challenges that people who don't believe in the stuff hanging out with people don't believe in it and the people who believe in it hanging out with people believe in it and i noticed and this is what why it was fun to process what happened in kansas city with you is because you're living in this stuff sometimes. They're very annoying because they don't give it sufficient wile like they'd just say and then the guy turns into a bird and flies away and you hung. Hey hey shut up. What did you say. What are you to say. Like the guy's arm literally grew back from the stump. Did you did you say. Then what's wrong with you like you say like like like i'm chewing gum. You just talked about an insane miracle but they kind of act like well. Yeah they don't seem to be able to give it context so unless you're part of that world you just think those people are just kind of half nuts. they're not perceiving the same reality. I gotta tell you this story because after a kansas city mike. My two teenage kids went to summer. Camp with andy. At why ma'am and my son face times meat is. I'm driving to la. And he's like dad. I mean he's just freaking out fifteen years old he goes you jimmy. You know his friend jimmy who has his voice. He's been talking like that. Since he was a kid he seventeen. I wanna pay for an operation anything. Nothing doctors can do serious whilst that bad. It's horrible. I thought i will pay for. Just tell me how much. I don't want that kid growing up like that. He's at camp. i night every one is getting healed. Jimmy is singing and suddenly bo. His voice turns into a man's voice he freaks out runs on stage in starts preaching in a man's voice. You know hundreds of high-schoolers renaming my son. Just like cline falls on his face in the fear of god and you know but as he's explained any hands of own that jimmy and he's talking to me like this and i'm gone. What in the world just happened to you. he's crying his parents are crying. I mean this it happens and you know i've even seen it happened several times since we've been together but i'm still like blown out of my mind. My kids are blown out of their mind. But that's where. I think we get bothered when people talk about like. Oh yeah and then this plan blank. I opened his eyes and he saw everything i know. And you think wait a minute. That should be in the papers. Do you understand like that's a big deal. And like i don't know i don't i don't get it. We talked about other stuff we talked about. I mean you're in san francisco for a long time and we talked about kind of the gauge. You know how hard that is suddenly for the church to navigate because we have this biblical ethic and and we know we wanna love people where they are so a lot of times. We don't talk about something because other people talk about it too much and navigating that my answer is that there is no answer you can get it wrong in either direction. I keep thinking of the the fifteen or sixteen year old boy who is struggling with something and nobody is giving him truth and hope they're just saying this is the path for you and if you don't go down this you're denying something fundamental or whatever and my heart goes out to that kid basically who has grown up in a culture where even the church is not talking about helping him in a lot of people interested. They don't believe in that kind of heat that could be healed or changed or anything like that. So it's just hard. There's no right answer. Yeah and i think the key is like what you said. Your heart goes out to him. It's about this. Love is like looking at a human being in loving them show deeply from within otherwise like i corinthians thirteen says. You're just like this noisy gong. You're just like this rating sound in his ears rather than gone cash. I love you so much. And and when i read this book and we're gonna stand before god and and he loves you. This is who he is but we are gonna stand before him and so out of love you want to be honest with some of these things in at least encourage them he just just look at this slope. But let me tell you something this god created you. He knows everything about you. He loves you man their stuff in me too and i you know how let's pick this up. We're going another break folks. I'm talking to for instance you're not going. Anyplace.

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"francis" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"francis" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Want him crucified with christ. So it's no longer francis who lives but christ lives in me so we're in agreement here. Isn't that crazy right. It's crazy loose. The enemy saying i see your sin and you're like yeah i see it too and because i see it i gave it to jesus and he sees it and he forgave it and he's loving me you know. We cancel cultures the opposite of that. It just kind of wants to tag. You not realizing what i wanna tag myself. I wanna i wanna find those sins. I want to repent of them. Like why would you think i don't. That's what it means to be a christian. Isn't it anyway. I was just really moved by what you said that night. And i i'll i'll just have to post that a again. I whenever i have folks on here. I had chris redon. Actually we won't air it 'til monday but i like to know people stories and i didn't really get to hear your story. Can you share with us. What kind of a world did you grow. Up in a wendy. Do come to faith I know you're lost apparent early on year. Well i was born in san francisco but my mother actually died when she gave birth to me and so my dad's sent me to hong kong to grow up with my grandparents. Then he remarried. I came back to the states When i was like five and then my stepmother died in a car accident. When i was about eight. My dad got married again that he died of cancer when i was twelve. And so you know my time middle school. I've lost three parents already. And just got me thinking about i. I'm not guaranteed tomorrow. I saw my dad right there. Now he's gonna saw my step mom she's right there. She's gone on a revenue. My mom so it it makes you live with this brevity of life and searching for answers and when i began studying the scriptures. Gosh the way. God would answer my prayers when i began to believe in jesus and started this relationship. Just set me on this journey. And now i'm in my fifties. You know seven kids Two grandkids just wife is wondering and no gray hair. That's unbelievable we're gonna be right back. I'm talking to francis chan my friend my brother. The book is until unity will be right back..

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"francis" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"francis" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Is fascinating. Have you documented this. Do you have proof of this. Can you show me doctors records regarding us right. And then you've got this other guy. Chris who's like reading our mail telling us things about our own lives our friends at were going. How did you know that you couldn't have known that you can't even research that online and so we're just sitting there amazed at the stories that have this like history over the last fifty years of things coming true. Just like these guys said. And i'm skeptical your skeptical. You're wrong if you're not cynical right. I mean that's the whole thing is that i wanna be look. You're a fool if you're not a little skeptical and there are people in the body of christ foolish. They'll believe anything and then they. They can practically lose their faith when it's proved to be untrue. Because they're not really they're not being wise. You know there are people that will share things. And i think we have an obligation. Say we wait a minute. When did this happen. How did this happen because some people say that was a miracle and i would say like. I don't know that that's a miracle that might be a nice blessing coincidence but you know a miracle. That's when god shows up clearly and he does so. Don't confuse that with you. Know i got a parking spot or whatever anyway but you. When did you. I mean first of all you have a book out called until unity just came out a few months ago and you preached a message on unity. That really moved me. It was just an amazing amazing message. And i know it's online. I've shared a lot of people have watched it. But you said something there which i'll never forget. You said that you looked at mike. You looked at me and you said. I'm i'm standing with you and you said when you stand with someone you inherit their enemies that was a huge statement Just say a little bit more about that because that's the beautiful you know. I think you know sometimes in the christian world where like. Oh yeah unity. I love gary. This is great. This is beautiful and they don't realize the cost in that there's a cost for you having me on your show right now. Suddenly amusing using viewers. Like crazy right. Now they're just don. You're not even listening anymore. Yeah those followers drop off. I mean it is anyone who has an issue with me. I can't believe eric would have him on his show and in the same way. I don't know if you're aware but some people don't like you as well. I know. I know it's just go online to believe that. So now. Suddenly francis went on the eric. Metaxas show. I mean this is just this satanic. Let's tear them apart. Let's get them a raid to become friends it you know. Here's jesus commanding. You and i who are spirit filled people who shrestha the jesus died on the cross roads were sons of god and yet we feel this pressure like what we better not get too close even though jesus commanded us to love each other as much as he loves us. We're feeling this pressure from the quote unquote christian world to kind of hold each other at arm's length than there's all this pressure to do the exact opposite of what he's commanded. Well let's put it this way. The reason i think it's silly when people say well. I don't like you think to myself look. I don't like me either. You jug handle like i. There's a lot of stuff about me that i don't like so. What are you accusing me. Are you accusing me of loving everything about myself. And being totally sure. I'm right about everything. I'm not but if you love me. You can lovingly challenged me and maybe helped me to see something that i missed because maybe i did miss it but if you shy away from people you'll never be able to love them toward the truth and that to me is the problem. I've got many friends that are you know they think i've lost my mind Politically or something. But i won't turn my back on them. I don't care if you strongly disagree with me. Let me be your friend. let me love you. We don't even need to talk about that stuff but a lot of those folks won't talk to me. Something happened in their world where they can't break bread with somebody who thinks the way i do and i thought so. Why do i wanna hang out with you even though we disagree. But you don't hang out with me. And i think it's you're buying into you know we call a cancel culture but it's graceless is to say that i'm gonna find something about you you're out and i think you know why why. Gosh i'm so glad you said that. Even that first part. I actually write about that in my book if you read any of my books. But they're so short. And so fluffy that i i'll knock it out on the on the subway ride home. Hey i finished bond hoffer since we were together finished two weeks ago okay. It's such a harrowing read. I can see that you've lost your hair over this. It'll it'll good back. This happens a lot of people francis but are you serious. You read that book. Because that's it's such a i mean. Look it's got nothing to do with me. it's a. It's a harrowing beautiful story of a man of god. So i'm glad that you read that. Thank you seriously. Thank you bridge tradition. No i read the whole thing. I read the whole six hundred pages. It's it's a record for me. So you ought to be flattered and bowed to you as a writer you are if did give time. Thank you but what i was saying. Was i talk about how the exact same thing you said. I don't like francis chan either. I train i'm want him crucified with christ. So it's no longer francis who lives but christ lives in me so we're in agreement here..

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"francis" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"francis" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Know francis. China's i didn't really. I just knew he was kind of a big deal. He wrote this big. You'll book called crazy love. But i don't keep up with everything so i met him As i think. I mentioned a few times when i was in kansas city at mike bickel's big International house of prayer kansas city fellowship. And i just Grew to know him and love him. And i thought it'd be fun to have him on the program so you could meet him to francis chan. Come on in welcome so good to see you man miss you. It's good to see you. And i miss you too. I miss your voice. You've got a funny voice. You crack me up a friend of mine. I i realize that you kind of when you do your full comic mode when you're preaching you get in that you get all tortured and stuff and you you sound like you're cross between gilbert godfried and you'll brenner glad you don't know who they are because you'd be insulted and blessed at the same time look you and i got to know each other and we kid around a lot. So you speak my love language But the joy of being in kansas city for me was processing it with you because both of us are astonished by some of this prophetic stuff and his holy spirit stuff. And we're kinda looking at each other because we don't we believe it but we're just blown away. Can you talk about that a little bit. Because that's part of what gets to this unity message of people coming from different streams quote unquote to try to see things through each others eyes. Talk about that a little bit. And i was so glad you were there because you would ask the questions like wait. Wait tell me is vision where you actually there you know. You're asking all the things that i was thinking because it's different to these guys are talking about miracles like we talk about brushing our teeth like it's just then this happened in this happened. You're like wait. A sack in this is fascinating. Have you documented this. Do you have proof of this. Can you show me doctors records regarding us right. And then you've got this other guy. Chris who's like reading our mail telling us things about our own lives our friends at were going. How did you know that you couldn't have known that you can't even research that online and so we're just sitting there amazed at the stories that have this like history over the last fifty years of things coming true. Just like these guys said. And i'm skeptical

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"francis" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"francis" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Hateful into friday friday friday. It's friday on the eric metaxas show. And why wouldn't it be friday everywhere. Yeah we'll know what i'm saying. We're planet i know. Okay i have a question albain. Why since it's friday sir are we. Am i going to be talking. To francis chan shortly. Yes francis chan. Okay for jan is a big deal if you haven't heard him You're in big trouble. That's number one. Francis chan is my guest He and i become friendly lately. And i think that's gonna end in this interview. You wanna stay tuned. y'all i'm gonna grill him hard and And you should. And i wanna remind people that i'm going to be in seattle today in fact i'm on a plane now. You know how. I know that I just do. I can't tell you but this while you're listening to this. I believe on a plane. I don't feel like i'm on a plane. But i believe i am here. Wind rushing past. You better close that window and and by the way Since i'm going to seattle reminds me to remind the audience If you go to my website if you wanna find out where. I'm speaking. I'm speaking everywhere this fall. It's going to be crazy. I don't know if i'm gonna ever get home again but my book is coming out. It's called is atheism dead. I'm asking you to preorder a copy from anywhere you like. It makes no difference but please preorder your copies. People are going to get crazy about this book. I promise you can't wait till it comes out. Because i want to talk about it. There's stuff near that's going really shock people. I mean i promise you you will have a hard time believing some of the stuff that's in there but it's documented And it's god's i would say in time You know revelation of evidence proving him making it much more difficult to believe he doesn't exist. In fact i argue that believing. There is no god has become intellectually untenable. I mean genuinely i mean. That's my subjective call. I mean it's not tenable you can say i'm gonna agnostic. You can doubt the details. But whether there's a god i think has become a question that beyond questioning it's it's just you know it's like talking about whether the is flat. Do we really know if it's rounded. You know there's always gonna be somebody clinging To the idea that it's not a sphere but An obe oblates fear. We're going to get better. I know it's late so let me just say this. That the book You can. i'm going to be speaking about it..

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"francis" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"francis" Discussed on AP News

"Francis had half his colon removed and is in good condition, alert and breathing on his own in the hospital, says the Vatican. Francis is 84. He'll be in the hospital for about another week, says the Vatican returning July 4th holiday. Travelers are posting pictures of crowded airports online and telling of long delays, some of them because airlines are understaffed. To Chicago Police officers were shot and wounded early this morning while trying to break up a crowd following fourth of July gatherings. No suspects in custody. This is a P news. The big box office hit this weekend. Same as last weekend. Here's our Ask Charles Gabriel. There's nothing more powerful than the love of family. Universal Pictures kept it all in the family over the holiday weekend, owning all three top movies on the box office list, taking the checkered flag nine, the latest in the fast and furious series. It added another $24 million over the weekend and is expected to tack on another eight million or so during today's observed independent Stay holiday, finishing second, the boss Baby family business with the forever Urge capturing third. It's the first time any Hollywood studio has placed its movies 123 in one weekend since 2000 and five for Universal. It's the first time it's done that since 1989 when Sea of Love Parenthood and Uncle Buck topped the list. I'm Oscar Welles Gabriel, a Massachusetts man has returned library books overdue since the 19 twenties. We found them in an attic, apparently checked out by his aunt who died in the thirties. I'm Rita Foley. AP News Most Americans getting Covid 19 now are not vaccinated. Speaking on NBC's Meet the Press, Dr Anthony Fauci says a majority of recent covid 19 deaths in the U. S involved unvaccinated people. If you look at the number of of deaths about 99 point 2% of them are unvaccinated about 0.8% or vaccinated, And while he knows many Americans have their reasons to be opposed to the shot with dealing With a historic situation with this pandemic, and we do have the tools to counter it. So, for goodness sakes, put aside all of those differences. The bottom line. Let's just put everything aside and get vaccinated and put an end to this terrible tragedy. I'm Shelley Adler. This.

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"francis" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"francis" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Sir francis drake revived. Therefore even that afternoon he causes us to set sail for number two diaz so that before sunset we were as far as rio francisco then he led his heart aboard the shore that we might not be described the watchhouse until that being come within two leagues of the point of the bay he caused us to strike a hall and cast are rappers grappling irons writing so until it was dark knight then we wait again and set sail rowing hard aboard the shore with as much silence as we could till we recovered the point of the harbour under the highland there. We stayed all silent purposing to attempt the town in the dining of the day. After that we had reposed ourselves for a while but our captain was the mother of his best men finding that our people were talking of the greatness of the town and what their strength might be especially by the report of the negroes that we took at the isle of pinos thought best to put these conceits out of their heads and therefore to take the opportunity of the rising of the moon. That night persuading them that it was the day dawning by this occasion. We were at the town a large our sooner then. I was purposed for. We arrived there by three of the clock after midnight. At what time. It fortune that ship of spain of sixty tons laden with canary winds and other commodities which had but lately come into the bay and had not yet folder sprit sail. Spn are four penises being an extraordinary number and those rowing with many ors send away her gundel gondola towards the town to give warning but our captain perceiving it cutbacks. Her in the town forcing her to go to the other side of the bay whereby we landed without impeachment although we found one gunner upon the platform battery in the very place where we landed being a sandy place in no ki ki at all not past twenty yards from the houses. There we found six gray pieces of brass ordinance mounted upon their carriages some demi some whole covering we presently dismounted them. The governor fled..

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