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"frasier" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

The Essential Oil Revolution

02:04 min | 5 months ago

"frasier" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

"I'm here with andrea frazier who holds. A master's degree in education. Is a national board. Certified teacher raking master teacher and is a certified transfer mational coach andrea offers online ricky classes at the shine ricky school. She is author of the bestselling book. The shock gra method and is the founder and facilitator of the online group. coaching programs. The shocker activation method and the healer within academy andrea. It's honor to have you here with us today. How are you is samantha. I'm so happy to be here. I'm doing great how are you. I'm doing great. Yeah i wanted to dive into this topic as well. We've sort of poked at this topic a bit throughout the Podcast life span but I i don't think i've ever had anyone who's really whole life is released. Circled around this concept and I know that you work. A lot with essential oils and shot grows and rakia and essential oils as well and ricky and essential oils is something that you credit a lot of significant healing and transformation in your own life to is that correct. Oh yes very much. Let's hear about that. How did this journey began for you. Yeah so back in I think it was two thousand three somewhere around there. I was in my early to mid twenties. And i was diagnosed with fibromyalgia which is a chronic musculoskeletal disorder and chronic fatigue as well so he just had widespread pain throughout. My body. just aches all the time. I was tired all the time. And i mean this pain had actually started early back as far as i can remember like middle school In my knees and it just got worse and worse over the years. Our i had trouble sleeping and and just insomnia and it was just always sick and i just never felt good like i literally felt like i was eighty.

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Reiki Healing, Chakras, & Essential Oils With Andrea Frasier

The Essential Oil Revolution

02:04 min | 5 months ago

Reiki Healing, Chakras, & Essential Oils With Andrea Frasier

"I'm here with andrea frazier who holds. A master's degree in education. Is a national board. Certified teacher raking master teacher and is a certified transfer mational coach andrea offers online ricky classes at the shine ricky school. She is author of the bestselling book. The shock gra method and is the founder and facilitator of the online group. coaching programs. The shocker activation method and the healer within academy andrea. It's honor to have you here with us today. How are you is samantha. I'm so happy to be here. I'm doing great how are you. I'm doing great. Yeah i wanted to dive into this topic as well. We've sort of poked at this topic a bit throughout the Podcast life span but I i don't think i've ever had anyone who's really whole life is released. Circled around this concept and I know that you work. A lot with essential oils and shot grows and rakia and essential oils as well and ricky and essential oils is something that you credit a lot of significant healing and transformation in your own life to is that correct. Oh yes very much. Let's hear about that. How did this journey began for you. Yeah so back in I think it was two thousand three somewhere around there. I was in my early to mid twenties. And i was diagnosed with fibromyalgia which is a chronic musculoskeletal disorder and chronic fatigue as well so he just had widespread pain throughout. My body. just aches all the time. I was tired all the time. And i mean this pain had actually started early back as far as i can remember like middle school In my knees and it just got worse and worse over the years. Our i had trouble sleeping and and just insomnia and it was just always sick and i just never felt good like i literally felt like i was eighty.

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Darnella Frazier, Teenager Who Took Floyd Video, Testifies

All Things Considered

00:54 sec | 8 months ago

Darnella Frazier, Teenager Who Took Floyd Video, Testifies

"Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Vin presses me into George Floyd's neck, gave emotional testimony today in Children's murder trial. Mats epic of Minnesota public radio reports. The witnesses included the young woman who recorded video of the event. Darnell of Frasier, was outside a corner store in Minneapolis last May, when she saw officers holding Floyd face down as he lay handcuffed in the street. The 18 year old testified that the experience changed her life is the night I stayed up. Apologizing. A politician. It's worked for you for not doing more freezers. Video quickly went viral and led to a worldwide racial justice protests and demands for police reform. The footage is also a key piece of evidence for prosecutors in their case against Sheldon, who's charged with murder and manslaughter. For NPR News. I'm

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'Frasier' is back in the building: Kelsey Grammer to star in streaming revival

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:48 sec | 9 months ago

'Frasier' is back in the building: Kelsey Grammer to star in streaming revival

"Blues. The actor Kelsey Grammer is confirmed as returning to his role. As the Seattle psychiatrist turned radio host. The revival will launch on Paramount Plus, which is the rebranding of CBS, Viacom, CBS all access. The actor had been leading the efforts to revive the series, which originally ran for 11 seasons between 1993 in 2004 on NBC. The Streamer didn't reveal anyone else that might be on board. The show, which also start David Hyde Pierce team leaves, Peri Gilpin and the late John

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Wakanda-set TV series in the works from Ryan Coogler

/Film Daily

01:16 min | 10 months ago

Wakanda-set TV series in the works from Ryan Coogler

"Let's jump into some news chris. Something very big just hit the news waves. I don't even know what the wire hit the news waves. I like yeah. Let's go hit the news wire of seconds before we started recording this episode. Why don't you tell what's going on. In the world of disney plus and the marvel cinematic universe sure so proximity media which is a company. That ryan kugler owens with several other people just signed an exclusive five-year. Tv deal with disney to develop Various tv shows for various tv banners. And there's already one in the works and it's a pretty big one and it's tv show set in the world of kanda which is of course. The the the country from ryan kugler is black panther and of course rikers also directing a black panther too for for disney and in addition to that We don't really have specific details. But in the press release ryan. Cougar mentioned that he's working on Select mcu shows so it sounds like he's not just working on a black panther spinoff tv series. He's working on various. Mcu shows for disney and disney

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"frasier" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"frasier" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"You know, Frasier takes a strike. Of course, that was During Game three of the 1989 world Siri's Just really scary times. Just the visuals of that. I think I guess I was 19 at the time. Ma's already And a 11 Frasier takes inside. So book. You've probably been in a hurricane. You spent some time in Miami experienced a hurricane. You probably have been touched by a tornado to some degree. Telling me I've experienced mildly those two things. But in earthquake of some serious magnitude, there's nothing like it it that is the scariest thing for me. Rhoda first Diamond back in his gardener. I have not been in an earthquake. And I've been in a few hurricanes have not. Been in a tornado. Frasier back in Awaiting a 21 from Maza here comes and that's in the dirt. Now three balls and a strike. At least with the tornado hurricane. You know they're coming, right? Yeah. Good point.

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NBCUniversal Wades Into Streaming Wars With Peacock

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:37 min | 1 year ago

NBCUniversal Wades Into Streaming Wars With Peacock

"There is yet entrant in the streaming worse. NBC universals Contender Peacock lunches today with a host of classic shows like Frasier and cheers. NBC Is Hoping Peacock will stand out as a low cost option with tears of content at different prices, including a free version with commercials of course, but our reporter Joe Flint says that even from day one peacock faces an uphill battle, the big challenge really for them right now is. It's a very crowded marketplace. They are coming in late to it. I think even their own top executives would acknowledge that they've been. been a little late to the streaming game. That doesn't necessarily mean they're doomed. Of course, if the analogy they used, and it's an accurate one. If you look at the cable news world when Fox News debuted, they were late behind MSNBC, and CNN and the general consensus was. They won't make a mark. Obviously, we've seen that's not the case what their their hope was to use the wind. Sorry the Summer Olympics. Promotional, platform so. They kind of lost the billboard that they were planning on. And they're going to launch with less of the original programming. They were hoping to debut with the Hollywood shutdown of production. Due to the corona virus is basically put a lot of projects in limbo for now. That's not just them of course. Disney plus. Hbo Max. Even even that flakes, no one's producing right now, but if you're a new service and you only have a handful of new shows that also may make it tougher to get people to come sample you

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Summer camp during coronavirus will look a little different

News, Traffic and Weather

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Summer camp during coronavirus will look a little different

"The first day of summer many parents and kids are wondering with corona virus will there be summer sports camps almost bills Ford says it depends on where you live and what type of activity I've heard it from neighbor parents every day since we started corona virus stay home stay safe in March love my kids but they're driving me while the children riding bikes and skateboards they to look for the summer sports and camps president and CEO Jason Frazier was Skyhawks sports academy is hearing the same thing yep waiting list right now put put parents but that one didn't have I could be great for the kids I think they're they're they're ready to be active and ready to be doing something positive so that's been the most encouraging thing that we've seen so far tennis soccer baseball golf flag football cheerleading for nearly forty years the Spokane based guy hawks is operated camps and clinics for children aged four to twelve all over the country in this pandemic they've already been able to start up in ten states and hearing district code nineteen guidelines will have restrictions on programs I think we had a change such as no contact check in and check out we have our staff that are wearing masks during programs we're not requiring masks for kids but in some cases parents are having their kids were masked programs we are thoroughly cleaning our equipment throughout the day Spokane sky hawks begins next Monday but yeah comma camps have been canceled all summer because it's a corona virus hot spot here in western Washington were only in phase two of the re opening Frasier says virtual camps might have to replace some in person sessions it's important kids get out and play and Frazier says the emphasis is fun what we want is we want to provide a positive outlet we want to continue to teach life skills through the sport we want to develop that passion for the sport we just want these kids to be able to provide I also checked with the greater Seattle YMCA website accepting registrations for day camp classics at king and south Snohomish county wise and elementary schools it will be family camps only at the popular Coleman and camp or Kyla this summer

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"frasier" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

11:35 min | 1 year ago

"frasier" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"When in reality not how it works. You know that's not really That's not really how you learn this stuff. In my opinion you've got to get in there and learn the details and learn the people that make up the story because without the people. You really don't understand what's going on in history at all and you you're missing so much and you know what you may get a bit of a biased opinion. You may not even know the real story. This could be legend but at least you have a better idea of what's going on. You have a better idea of the lessons from the history than if you don't. I'm the same way we're I. You know. We we in America and we in the West. I think in modern Christianity forgets past really bad and we tend to look back down on the people behind us like they were backwards because as they believe this or they believe that were there behind the times and stuff like that when in reality these people were surviving wars. They were surviving play fakes. They were setting up or they were doing all this you know. When they went and Michigan when they were missionaries they were going into jungles and ever literally taking several months boat rides to land countries that there was no English translation. Apps and these guys were doing things that I just don't think. Today we could do likewise. I'm sure there are things we can do today. That would be hard for them. Just think we get a better appreciation for history when we for our faith when we understand our history a little bit better and it's also great to because we have the by. Ivo We have the word of God but we've also been surrounded by a great cloud of witnesses. We have those who are alive today but I think it's also great because we have those who came before us we can learn their stories. I really thank God uses them to inspire us to to live better. I've talked to so many people I myself have been encouraged by coastal surge or just reading about men. Talking about these men has made us go. I need to be better at my face because I'm clearly not living up to the standard of these guys but if I only compare them myself to the standard of my age my time I don't look so bad but when I compare myself to these great heroes As I go okay like I could really actually I got. I got a lot more to measure up to here. That is a good point and I think that's you know I've been enjoying your podcast so much and I. I don't WanNa keep you all day here. Yeah well we're talking about the and history. We probably because the southern our podcast net is one thing I will say Jolan. I don't tend to delve into the theological side of things too much. We we let the Audience Society for themselves will occasionally bring the persons theology. If it's important but Jolan I consider ourselves much more than the alot jen so we do try to let the audience kind of work it out for themselves because we really didn't want the show to be one narrow slice of you know only baptist. Preachers are only the reformed raiders. Only you know whatever. Our theological persuasion would be features. We really didn't want that because that would end up still being the same problem where you're just getting one narrow. Look at all these sermons. I think most people would agree that it works really well as it has where you're getting people who if you put them in the same room illogically. It would not agree but their sermons are still full of truth. And it's not that the show is ecumenical. We do believe that people are not trust in the word of God we don't send a Letterman but We there's a uniting factor and seeing all these people from different walks of faith who started different nominations. Just completely different yet. They're united around the same Central Gospel. I know you talked about multicultural or here. The faith I know there are some pretty good theologians out there who look back and see the good in Calvin and Wesley this year to get in these other people in clearly a Wesleyan is not a calvin EST and vice versa. Yeah you'll let their sermons speak for themselves and people and pick out what's good or not in setting else in a recent mid was not Surrey's and you you did one a really early theologian and you're like really agree with what he says. But given the second or third or some early timeframe like you know. The apologetic of that time was not so much about defending the faith it was. Christine is not quite legally and so. Yeah yeah that was. I believe that was origin. And he he he said some things up like you know I wouldn't have done that. That wouldn't agree with that. But you know what? I wasn't alive under Roman persecution dealing with nonstick philosophers and being chased by Jude is. There's so it's a little privilege you know it. You'll privilege that people like to use that phrase. It's a little nice of me to say why wouldn't believe that about the Bible. Yeah I also didn't have my life on the line I didn't have my dad martyred in front of me. I didn't keep myself from being martyred because my mom and my clothes and I didn't want to go get murdered naked. Which is what happened to him so I go. I didn't go work under philosophers who disagree with me one hundred percent so that I could make better arguments for the faith and I didn't the first Old Testament commentary so you know it's a little bit. It's a little easy to look back in history and snipe somebody in jail. You know he did this. I don't like him a lot harder to put yourself in their shoes and go. And how would you have done in that same situation? Maybe he maybe origin maybe Johan Towel or maybe some of these guys aren't perfect Maybe they weren't even perfect. Men Imperfect creatures but if you put yourself in their shoes I scofield. That said you look. Yeah he was a corrupt politician but he lived in the wild west under a corrupt administration dealing with really tough times. He was a civil war vet and he still was called back in. I mean we'll see how you do dealing with all. I imagined it would be tough. And maybe you would do better but I think even if you did better you'd probably empathize with where these guys are coming from like. You just Kinda laid out there with the listener can choose the decide on their own so yeah well I think Let me go talk for a while but a really great to chat with you about this. I think our listeners will also enjoy that they haven't listened to your podcast yet. You share how people can find you find the gas. Social Media's all that stuff absolutely. Thanks for having me on Keith. That really appreciate it for you. Invited me on which is fantastic Revive thoughts is the name of the show. And we we. We found in spite of five. We found any podcast player Apple podcasts. All of those places we also have a website. Revised DOT COM. Are we have the Patriot? If you like what we're doing and you want to send us a few dollars we do have behind the scenes shows and deep dives and stuff like that. We did a deep dive on the Salem witch trials. We did I think the most research said any Christian has ever done on. The Salem witch trials really delved in there really took seriously the idea of demonic influence and stuff like that and we were not. We weren't chasing demons on every corner but we wrestled with if you were a puritan in that time and you believe this was true. What would you do? We really try to answer that question now from a secular historian who immediately just goes As Demon so I'M GONNA wipe it out. But as a Christian who believes the Bible is true in recognize that Jesus was cast out demons. What do we also have We're we're releasing a new show soon. That will be very. We're very excited about so. Keep an eye out for that. It's going to be there I think maybe out. By the time the show airs revived divas. Were taking devotional from history. Most of the great theologians also wrote devotional and so we're taking two or three minutes in every single morning. A different one of a couple of different theologians will you be able to listen to their thoughts and now we're really excited about that. That should be out here in the next week or two and So by the time this is probably will be out and we just really hope that you guys will enjoy the show if you if you have a great voice or people tell you really. Well you should radio or something like that. Let us know we'd love to have? You preach a sermon for us. A lot of the people we have come on our complete rookies. They've never recorded anything before. And yet they recorded a sermon from history and it turned out right so we love having people on that would like to help bring their passionate voices two speakers other than that. We really appreciate having listeners. Come on and find us in every tight just this morning I got an email from somebody I found your show because someone interviewed you and it was really awesome thing. We just love. We love that. People ARE HEARING THESE SERMONS. That people are finding are so in that. It's it's having an impact on their spirits alive. That's the most crazy. Things that this these sermons ever sitting in books are now getting to bring just breathe the second life and they're bringing a spiritual life in groups of people all over. It's really cool all right well again. Thanks for the time to talk to me. Thank you have a great day? My name is often and I want to tell you about echoes. Radio Echoes. Radio is podcast outreach him Echo Zoe ministries. 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"frasier" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

10:37 min | 1 year ago

"frasier" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Kind of harsh blunt also doom and gloom but it is true without Jesus. That's your future and that's what I think is really amazed me about them is that I feel like we we. We tend to put Jesus and God and two very nice terms and we we tend to overly focus on the grace of God this the way. These people preach you know We have a sermon coming out this tomorrow and is on and so probably when you're listening. Here's at a pie out by McCain. And he a Robert Marine McCain and he just had people to skied listen to him. Preaching is like the room was silent. People were gasping just losing their breathless into him because he just inspired such fear of God in such a such a guilt ridden conscience that people felt they had to turn to God that there was no choice. They said they said listening to him. Preach made one guy said I listened to preach made me almost wants to go to hell. I was so afraid of the presence of a living. God who felt like he was in the room convicting me in that moment. And you would never hear a pastor today described in those terms. I'm not attacking churches. Today is not the church. Today is bad kind of less than I think is interesting. I think it's something. We may have lost that perspective on God a little bit. I think these servants Kinda helped bring it back to our forefront. It's not just that these guys are scary. They have they have amazing way. With words. Christmas Evans preach the most. Like beautiful illustrative. Look at the Cross. I've ever heard and then John Calvin just brought truce out that these guys are just really good and there's a reason they survived history and that they are the best in most of these guys are theologians at people read today so we read their books. But we don't read how to apply their theology which is in their sermons now. Of course there's all kinds of well known record said John John Calvin and others. How do you go about finding some of the more obscure people that you have? That is one of my favorite parts of the show. Sometimes it happens kind of by accident. If I'm honest. I literally have a sermon. That's currently being worked on. And he just happened to have the same name as another guy you from the same city and they were living at the same time they were completely different guy. One guy went to India and this guy went to Australia and I ended up with sermon from the guy from Australia. I could never find the servants from the guy from India so sometimes literally by actually. It is researching up in a weird place like a online librarian. Like whoa this sermons pretty Pretty Neat it's really good stuff. I like it. Let's roll with it other times. It's intentional some as we get recommendations from listeners. Hey tell you there are lots of people that I had never heard of that our listeners. Our Way I'm sometimes I. I spend a lot of time looking for missionary sermons as I find obscure people kind of that way just I really want to be. I think some of the best preachers ever lived would have to be missionaries because they brought people to price in a different language than their you know native tongue and they must have been tons of work put into it so they they would have to be some of the best pictures. I spent a Lotta time really digging through looking for them. But they're very hard because most of our missionaries. Nobody was writing down there. It wasn't they weren't going to the newspapers and stuff because they lived in places where that wasn't even thing so they're the they're the toughest ones to find what I do find them. I'm very excited and other people is just. Sometimes we pick the famous people that you expect. You have Charles spurgeon you have centers in the hands of an angry God by Jonathan Edwards House sermons that you would kind of expect to be in the catalog but we do try to surprise people with things. That wouldn't you wouldn't necessarily expect a sermon by Samuel Cooper a revolutionary war leader or Jonathan Swift. Most people don't even realize that the famous sincerest even used to preach people was not didn't Yeah No. He was actually a very devout Christian. He was the dean of like Saint Patrick's school of or another Anglican That was literally a full-time GIG. But most people don't even it's not even on their radar. That was what he did so he asked severance. They're all they're all pretty interesting and it's again it's just something that's kind of forgotten about this guy and that's a lot of them do like so many of these people have just been historically forgotten. Because they're just I don't know what it is not a or what history is just kind of left them by the side. Which I think is ridiculous because we have all these pagan poets. And you can find all these obscure texts from up Mesopotamia translated. But you don't have the sermons by John hus translated. And you don't have the sermon by Andrew Fuller. Finish is crazy to me. How history is kind of just left? These guys by the wayside but that's one of our goal is to try to bring them back. No like you need to hear Lee Servizi sermons irrelevant to your life. Now they're fantastic and quite frankly. They're probably better than most of the preachers alive today. Yeah I mean I haven't found one yet. Listen to you that you guys have had that have been you know so. It's all been really when it comes to the historical part. Is that where you start digging through history or it's both will dick through names and people here recommended to us and then we'll also sometimes we will start from the history and sometimes I start from just kind of a perspective of I What are famous people that were living? You Know Christians that were living in this place. I kinda dig through Semaines eight really every sermon. Kind of comes to US differently. George Matheson his sermon. The patients of Joe was preached to the Queen of England. Ah Victoria and she loved it so much. She had to put in her private library. They published all of England and went out everywhere and everyone read it. And then of course one hundred and thirty years later it'd been completely forgotten. The only copy left was one that had been pulled from Queen. Victoria's private library stuck in a library. And was they stay on the bookshelf forgotten? We message them. We ask them. Hey can we get that sermon out sermons available to read online for the first time in history and you can listen to it to that sermon was recommended to us by somebody By Joel's Joel. My Co host. Wife he he she had been hair. Read this guy was a preacher. He's also him writer on. We were like cool so sometimes it just comes us it really i. I don't know it's kind of funny. Never each each episode. Each researching any sermon. Just kinda comes along at a different way. And I I love the see how it happens and again some we get a lot of health. Sometimes we find it completely on our own and sometimes is just expect already kind of out there that everyone already knows about. We were not the Lord lead. How much time do you put into preparing for podcast? I'm here is too much it. No no sermon takes less than an hour to edit. We every sermon that we take we edit them and kind kinda get them fixed up you know there are sometimes written in old. Inglis in from the fifteen hundred. And if you've ever read a sermon by if you've ever read anything by Pearson. They Literally hate periods in. They'll go pages without using anything but semi colons and bashes. And that's very difficult for our sermon readers to read and that's very difficult for you as an audience to understand so the first thing we do is we take the sermons we edit them up. Give them kind of a modern feeling. Where the the message stays the same and the words are the only part that change. You know. We try to do we try. We do it. We try to do it like you would with the Bible. Which is we we wanna take the meaning and we WANNA take as much of it and leave it as much as possible as we possibly can intact. We do have to change some stuff so that it's listenable on. It doesn't just feel like something is archaic and not understandable and so that takes at least an hour. But if it's you know if it's a puritan if it's a kind of a long winded Guy John Knox looking like five hours. Some of these guys take for date to. Oh Yeah. Some of them is not impossible for me to spend a couple hours every night for several days. Just working through a sermon and getting it fix up unusually. They come to us a little bit longer. Saw Cut portions that are just not relevant to the listener and sometimes do. If I'm honest I gotTA politically clean up correctly. Clean Up a few of these gentlemen here in there because some of them are preaching and speaking their times. We try to mention that in the episode in our history portion to with every episode. We also do the backstory of these preachers usually ten to fifteen minutes. And we'll give you details about their vice that we think are relevant. Tell you a little bit. How about who? They are where they came from things like that and so we will tell you controversies that are involved in we try to Joel. I our goal is to be neutral in to kind of come off as just. Here's the story thinking. We always say lead. The audience figure it out for themselves so we really want the audience to decide. Do I like this guy is not on us. So we put people in the show that we necessarily wouldn't agree with them one hundred percent and we don't know that they're the best people by their sermon is really good. And we want the audience to tell us what they think what they what they feel about it We trust them to do that but so sometimes they have. You know racy language or stuff that I clean up a bit just because we live in two thousand twenty nine hundred eighty and I wanna make sure that that's not I don't want them. I don't want people to be distracted by that and not hear the message but if we do that we tend to tell you like a this guy. Add some have had a little issues here. There you should you. Should you know keep that in? Mind as you look into him. But that's actually. You would think editing sermons from five hundred years ago that this would be a pretty common problem. It only actually happens Here in there that we actually have to part of most of the editing is justice is not relevant at all made sense. Not under doesn't make sense now or it's just the really long sermon and nobody needs to hear those parts trimming up here and there again hours. It's a long sermon. I one thing I knew about Charles. Spurgeon is he would mean scripted sermons out but whenever he delivered them He. He himself didn't read the whole thing. He would use it as a guide in and modify as needed to meet its audience. I guess now. Some of these guys tend to meander was your audience. I be thinking you tend to meander but these guys they definitely they wander in their words for a while. They'll even come back like the back of my point. You're like you just like eight pages. Not under things.

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"frasier" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"frasier" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"I'd really like to set the world on fire starting with my contract now. I do WanNa keep my comment for very short will be longer episode before we get started. I have a really important announcement on behalf of the Christian. Podcast striving for current board. This is Andrew Rappaport were striving for eternity ministries. Are you cooped up at home or you just desiring to use your time wisely? Justin Peters and I got together and realized that our calendars were cleared because cove in nineteen so we decided we would get together and do our snatched them from the flames. Seminar home addition. That's a free. Seminar may thirtieth from ten am to six PM eastern time. We're going to give you a free seminar that you can take it home. We're going to cover the topics of the sufficiency of scripture interpreting scripture discerning false teachers identifying false teachers and then Acuna get all the details that striving for eternity dot. Org and there you can go to the online events to register before may thirtieth and we'll see you there online in your home and again Andrew Rappaport and disappears will be the presenters. It is totally free to do. Visit striving for eternity dot org and register and I hope to see there because I share plan on being there now with all that said because the second part of my commands of Christ bit Wonky. 'cause the file couldn't be fan. I have a special presentation commands by Nathan Caldwell Wait Commands of Jesus presented by the they call that sound better here we go commands Christ presented by Nathan Colorado when Jesus said go you there for teach all nations baptizing them in the name of the Father Son Holy Ghost and then teaching them to observe Well of course that mentions baptism. And I think that is very important commandment..

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"frasier" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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01:54 min | 1 year ago

"frasier" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Like a child think like a child okay there's no way I'm letting you get married somebody just man I'm sorry but you're staying right here huh unless you really really like her he lived in the basement looking at queen we'll love it James is so funny yeah and Leah Remini their their chemistry is fantastic aw R. I. P. are you this back to this weird it's weird desire that I have hello I'm using I want to right now we have a they have my six month old is in our bedroom with us I want when we move ship him out to his own room in the crib this isn't gonna get nearly as is you by letting Daddy's got to see if he still has it now what are we doing I want I have this vision of a wanting to watch cheers under no not yours not yours Frasier Frasier okay Asure in bed while eating Chinese food so why am I bringing this up now because king of queens feels like another one of these throwback shows that I'd only watched a handful of but the ones that I watched I enjoyed and I feel like I I just have this hankering for well two things a Chinese food and be nineties sitcoms in the bedroom specifically in the bedroom and I want to not in the I want to watch it in the bedroom with this that's actually the end of the road room I don't know I just one day I was in the bedroom the lamps were on and I was like this looks nice I want to sit down there I want to have Chinese food and watch a few episodes of Frasier baby I hear the blues the call it you know okay crazy.

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"frasier" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"frasier" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Perspective? Where it's like. Hey you know we believe things that most historians don't like God Israel so with that perspective. How do we deal with these kind of situations? So there are things that we're working on Again and this is one show that we do Joel. I have other ideas for a couple of other shows. That we think are are just as revolutionary. I would say and again. We're trying to stop opposite. Just as a revolutionary in exciting survive thoughts. It's just a actually of all. These ideas revived. Thoughts was the easiest to start with so we went there but we have a couple of other shows that in some theoretical grin future where we have a lot of listeners and supporters. People helping us out. We could drop a few other shows like the as awesome I'm excited to to listen to those whatever content. You're putting out if you have as much energy as you put into what you already doing like I'm looking for this. The Salem witch trials sounds very intriguing. 'cause you know maybe you'll learn a little bit about it in school but you know you only get one perspective of it. So I feel like with the Salem witch shots. We get this perfect. These dumb Puritan Christians. Yeah in witches. Believe in magic is real more enlightenment and look. I I mean look. I'm not worried I'm going to get an expert army by a witch perceive the world but we never really get a chance to answer that question and that's the first episode. We're going to do the second episode. I almost don't even want to say it because I don't want somebody to steal this idea what it is and we'll see my lips occupied with. Its purpose that I promise you. You are really curious about but you've never seen probably read. I hadn't read it so I read about accidentally other day is piece of church. History that we're just all ignoring and not not purposeful. There's no intention behind that we don't think about it. And when that second episode drops new to me I I think people are GonNa go. Oh my gosh. I didn't know that was going on over there well. The announced intrigued I I I hope. I'm not going to call arrogant you. Dummies don't know. It's not find this stuff so when I did the research on that episode I was like I was on a wikipedia hunt for like three and a half hours. It always remember if I feel like I learned so much. Where was this at my church? Where was this church history class? That's fantastic? Yeah because there's so many things to cover like if you don't hear about it you don't think about it but if you're bringing it out and it's important that we hear these things so definitely praying for you and looking forward to that so we've heard about the future you this podcast right now. Where you're you`re. You're sharing the Gospel through old sermons from the past giving church history. So I'm GonNa ask you now. Faith comes from hearing hearing by the word of Christ. Will you share the Gospel with our listening audience? And if you are the type of person maybe you're an evangelist. You're looking for new ways to share. I have not done this. I really think some of the sermons that we do would make crate evangelistic tracks you know maybe in the shop drop it through. Someone's airplay leave something open. Just toss into their computer. Charles Virgins compelled to see what happens. L. Me if that works. I've always thought I'd like some of these. Sermons were evangelistic sermons used by Christians to bring people to Christ. I feel like these servants could still bring people to Christ I duNNo. Give it a try. Let me know how you guys do for me sharing the Gospel. I'll use the podcast kind of his perspective but The faith is old. It is so old and yet it stays in rings true. The one thousand nine hundred years before we ever could listen to something on the radio. People were preaching the same faith the same God. They may have seen him a little bit different. But it's the same out of the Bible and they are believing him he is changing lives. People were once criminals and now they are Faithful Gospel preachers people once taking from the world and they are giving now. They're loving Jesus in my own life I I. It's a night and day different. I said that earliest ninety different. I was a guy who was very self involved. I was not. I didn't take a lot of friends. In seal out of a need friends was very shy. Very nervous a lot of things one way and when God left being an intellectual part of my life I've gone made the well that makes sense i. I believe that will be when it became the Hush my heart where I realized like no. I've got a live for him. I've gotTA surrender to him. Everything changed and the person I am now could not even recognize that person before and it's not a mean it is of God is love for me. The way he has died on that Cross Review. Want to experience. You've got to put your trust in the God of the Bible. He tells you that you are simple. It's not pleasant to hear but it is true not true in your heart and you look at the Bible and you know that will how am I supposed to know him. You know him by leaving on the cross believing that his son. Jesus Christ died for you. He's the only way to have as with Ireland. The way the truth and the life is the only way you're going to get there. There's no other way I've been to China. I've seen the rituals seen the temples. I know where atheism goes it. There's nothing else out there for you. There's and there's nothing else that's going to give you. Hope enjoy like our faith does then nothing that comes even close and yet it's not always easy but the life you will live after you have accepted Christ view. No cars is so different from the one you had before you will. You will bleed into. Who was that person? I don't even recognize them anymore and yet that doesn't mean we're Senlis for still struggling. We are still in a human body but we know that there's hope Sunday that he is coming back and it will be different and we cannot wait to see what that's like join us and that And if you don't believe me check out her history. Check time check with passers and meet with some churches and see realize there's a sameness. Despite the fact that these people are different different ages different races different people different backgrounds. Something that binds us together. It makes us joyful and brings eleven our hearts. And if you don't see that in church different shirts because that's what you're going to probably the wrong one. You need to go to the right way and that is just a couple minutes what I think you know. The Gospel is it's the Bible. I could go on and on so I'm GonNa Stop Myself Immense Roy and thank you for that. Thank you for coming on What are we doing here? Podcasts slash. Five soloist podcast. We'll probably put this episode on both of them And also everybody out there listening. Check out all the PODCAST IN THE CHRISTIAN. Podcast community Christian podcast community that or go to revive thoughts dot COM and check out all the episodes. You haven't listened to yet you won't regret it. It's one of my favorite podcasts. I make I'm not just saying that because he's on the show is. I make sure I listened to it each week. 'cause 'cause I'm learning I'm grown in face just because of what's being preached and you will hear passionate people preaching these these sermons from the old and it'll the applicable to you today just as it was back when it was preached so listen to revive thoughts check out. Joel and Troy and check out. What are we even doing here? And Five solas wherever we can be found on PODCAST CATCHERS. We're also on facebook and all the social media outlets that are available so until next time keeps thinking the Kingdom of God and continue to find out what we're doing here and living to the glory of God also drive safe.

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"frasier" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"frasier" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"And that's to me. I feel like I okay. I work my job at home. I do semina- in other words. Who are studying these church historians growing from them. I don't know if any of these will be successful or all of them but I'm going to be putting my hands that till and taking that extra time to get in there. I feel like a lot of us. We go work nine to five and then we call it right. We're like okay. I'm done or maybe we serve at the church a little bit too. But we're not really putting the next time I really think we should be working. Noonday working something at night. And you don't know which one's going to be successful the kingdom and maybe not physically work but it could be doing something right. You need to be constantly pushing yourself to grow because you don't know what it is that you will will be successful in your life what you will be known for and more importantly what will make the most difference to the Kingdom and it might you know I. I think a lot of us would just can't night. We kind of chill down. We relax surf the Internet. We do whatever and I think we should return to that time towards more of a holy endeavor. So that's something I've been deeply encouraged. By and lastly these guys spoke with such as. I can't I cannot quantify how different it is like. We said these sermons satellite service. Today they do but there's also a level where they really don't. There's so much boldness in the way. They preach John Newton famous song. Amazing grace had a sermon. That came out the four this on amazing grace and the sermon is great. It's it pairs. Well it's an amazing exodus of I. Chronicles seventeen is very interesting but he ended with this line. Where he's I am by. The way is coming to cut down the trees and those who are not of God will be tossed into the fire. If you'RE NOT GONNA make sure you get right with God. Now that's such A. I've never heard of any pass forever in the sermon. Hey by the way you're all going to get chopped down. It's going to be brutal. It was right with God but that would be amazing. Charles spurgeon in that same sermon where he's looking for George Whitfield Gust. So many people in London say they're Christian. I know they're not you know how I know I read the newspaper and Look at the crime stats are so terribly high. If you were all Christians the crime wouldn't be so high so somebody who guys are criminals new not Christian. I'm like what? Magin a a modern mega preacher getting up and telling his congregation to five thousand not even sweat. Not even tonight by. This is just how they talk to their congregation. And they're not demeaning them it's just they leave what they believe and they don't apologize for they don't try to sugarcoat it. They don't apologize for it. They just get up there and say this is the truth. Take it or leave it and I love that about them and I really think that that boldness is missing. Ironically the reason we care I know what these guys thing is because of their boldness. I'm sure there were lots of pastors that were like listening to rock the boat. I don't they don't end up on revived thoughts. I don't remember them. Their sermons are forgotten if these guys who were bold and audacious who get remembered whose sermons we still care about their right and and at the time they were probably like not looked upon as bold in the way that we look upon them now. Now they're like our heroes but at the time there was probably people that wanted to kill them like when the shut up but now now John Knox John Bradford dig. It burned each again offer. Obviously no he had the Hitler fascinating thing. Okay by several guys ended up killed in the debt from the pulpit John Early went to jail. John Bunyan Jacinta jail for open air preaching. And they said hey you know we don't WanNa keep you in jail forever and you were preaching through the bars of the jail which was causing problems. Do you WANNA go. We're GonNa let you go. And he goes sorry until that lodging does. You'll just put me back in jail and say so. Why waste the effort seventy up until you in this whole open air preaching? I'm just GonNa Becker tomorrow and jails back then or exactly. Nice terrible tales. No sunlight no time outdoors. You know you're stuck in there in the midst of just sick people everywhere all over the place in castle. Despair if you've ever read pilgrim's progress I mean that's probably what jail was probably like for him. Oh man and yet again. You've just so bold. He doesn't care and that and that's all these guys they don't they don't care about their hunt. They care about their congregations so much that they want to tell the truth to the more than they wanna like that that they had them like. That's what I noticed about them and are worried about whether or not their lights or anything like that. They're just worried about telling the truth. And it's not to like some people say Yeah. We use too much that knowledge. You know like these guys were on -nology. Jc Rile is on top of pamphlets. Hudson Taylor the reason we're talking with him. He's he's like you say. Why is the Gospel? Not taking hold of the world in China like we've never seen before we had the telegram. We had the steam engine. There's nothing that can stop us. We could move the Gospel at the speed of sound. And I'm like Moira one hundred and forty years later what would you say right? That's crazy but what I appreciate is that you do dig into that history and talk about the situation and the boldness. Because I think that's a lack of many Christians nowadays unless you go to seminary or really dig into it yourself. You're not getting church history and it's so important to know where brothers and sisters came from. How how we got. The faith passed down to us today. And to know the situations the persecutions that we're faced especially here in the West where you see Evangelical Ism and and the the modern Western church with you know not really being persecuted like that and not having a true sense of of what Christians have done before us. Yes in some senses is a blessing that we don't have that persecution but that's that's where faith can can grow even more and and we're revival tends to happen in the face of persecution. So I I appreciate that. You guys are making this content with these old sermons that need to be heard and also giving that history lesson as well but what do you see for the future of the of the podcast you see expanding to anything else maybe video or or any other kind of history? What you see coming in the future There's a lot of things we would love to do. Obviously we work fulltime jobs and were very busy and we know families and all that I or two kids so there are difficulties like that but there there we really could. I don't want to meet him down a little. Palm vessel errands. I feel like the sky's the limit for some in some ways for this For starters right now we put out one episode a week. I would love for us to get enough speakers enough people working and everyone's a volunteer. We have over forty sermons. We have you know ten that are waiting to be published that are in this. Leadville and all of these people are different voices different people from around the world who have volunteered to bring any Life it's really incredible that they do this you know. They're getting paid as much as we are. Which is now and it's amazing. We we really appreciate them doing that. Helping us in that way so but I would love for us to get to the point where we have enough speakers that we can do to a week or three week. Because there's so many sermons just spurgeon sermons alone. You could spend a lifetime translating all of them. I mean he preflight. I WANNA say ten times a week so he could look catching up with all those and there's so much content. There's I mean there's eighteen hundred years or so between the end of the Church era. You know that's our the Clara to the nineteen hundreds when they start hitting the radios and even some of those people at J. Gresham thanking Thirty S. And we don't have his stuff is so much that we need to get recorded and then that doesn't include five but I would love to take There's a lot of interesting stuff I would like to do with radio evangelist. Some of the old guys that have been kind of forgotten to they have a lot of interesting content. That high we also have begun to tinker with. But we're not yet ready to commit fulltime to it but we've done a few things with them. There's definitely stuff we would like to go into a do there. There's other subjects were actually far patriot. Supporters were starting in probably make it out the other supporters but So the regular listeners. But IT'LL BE DELAYED ENOUGH. That people feel you know. They've got a special but I'm were were building these history episodes. We're going to be doing like literally a thirty minutes to an hour long. No idea how long. It's been very long in-depth book at the Salem witch trials and just digging through what happened what do we. There's lots of secular historians that have checked that tackled that part of history but not a lot of Christians. I dealt with the fact that like these are Christians. They believed they were which is what do we Christians think about this. And what does this mean for us now? And what would you do if you were in the same situation as in because it's easy to look back in history and go those guys they do in Vernon people which is crazy but I think people will be really interested in the way we tackle it and again from a Christian Biblical.

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"frasier" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

10:39 min | 1 year ago

"frasier" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"On. What'S NEW IN WEST. The latest sermons in our podcast nights into whatever that we don't ever go backwards and check out the old stuff and I just those two things came together. I pitched Joel. He was in and a twenty seventeen. We started designing the show. What we wanted to look like and we worked on it behind the scenes for like two years finally launched it in May of twenty nineteen a and it just actually those say just took off from there but actually it had a bit of a slow start. There was a little while. We're we're like maybe nobody does win. A lot of conversations that people were like You know that's an interesting idea. Allen know that too many people actually care about this and I don't think I hear you. I know I know where you're coming from but I really think if they can hear them they will want to hear them. Because you know I can tell you I always use the celebration every interview but I say it makes sense just if I told you. Hey we're going to read the script for the latest movie coming out. Maybe it's marvelous. Always read that strips. You're coming out. I mean okay. I do that but it's not something I'm going to really want to do but I can tell you none of the movies and watch it. You're like that sounds fun. I'll go watch a movie with you. Okay I can do that as same with these sermons. Yep I understand why people are hesitant. Maybe read some of these old sermons. I get that but when we clean up the language kind of modernize it and you can listen to it. I really think that that truth gets conveyed in a way that reading. It sometimes doesn't catch you I edit the sermon. I read this and yet when I'm listening to them sometimes. I'm like WHOA. I totally missed that one. I was just reading it. I don't know how I did as I really. I really think that the truth the shiny things. Yeah what I love about it. Is You guys talk about the history of them before before you even hear the sermon? And you get like the context. Exactly what you're saying before. The context of what was going on in these in these pastors and preachers lives and how that affected them and they just stay true to the scripture. And I think too like when you're listening to these it could be something that's preached nowadays and that reaffirms that the truth that God is timeless like you can. You can listen to these sermons if you didn't even give a history of them or say who was preaching them and we just heard them preached. We'd be like that's a current preacher preaching right now because these sales are just as timeless and truthful today as they were back then. No it's so true. It's actually it blows my mind. Actually that that's true too like I when I read them at first I was like this is a weird like how relevant still feel to our walk right now like I remember the There's one that's specifically. It's not that old per se but deal Moody's preaching as complaining about these four things that he. He sees his congregation doing this set of taking their walkout seriously in that you guys are too busy on entertainment whether to drafted by sexuality. You guys spend way too much time reading the newspapers and you guys spend too much time just having pleasure going to the parks and stuff like that is that we don't spend a lot of days maybe reading newspapers or go to the park still. That's what he's actually say. Spend too much time on movies and Netflix veggies. I've Just having fun and not carrying about your consequences. Yeah you bet us into much time on the news. Oh Yeah we still do that and we spend too much time obsessing over sexuality absolutely. It's it's amazing. Our one hundred and forty years later the exact same complaint the nailed to the church and still just as true today and that's not true for complete with America. I is true of all of these services. Like wow this is the same thing and it's very comforting on the one hand to know that. No the servants that we the preachers we look up to the theologians. We love where preachers I and the things they saw on their congregation. He's still see today. I find it comforting to know that the church will always say. Oh the churches so bad today. America's churches actually no. This is a very normal thing that believers have been struggling with and also we can't overcome it because look at these great men who preach the servants they did overcome it. And IF WE WANT TO EMULATE CHRIST LOOK to church history and learn from these kind of people you know. We do the context because I think a health The show in perspective but also it inspires you learn so much by listening to the stories of these men. Hearing about Hudson Taylor went into the middle of China during the Taiping Rebellion. The fourth thing that ever happened in history and he he went and preached there in a cannonball took off his head and his. Hey it's kind of almost took off my head while I was preaching. Whoa that's crazy. No Christmas Evans. Who Lost an eye? Because he he changed so much for God that his friend snuck up and beat him down and he literally lost an eye. I mean just. The Christopher Love was locked in his attic by his dad because his dad didn't like that he was going to church and he was changing too much. I mean really gave their all for God and I go man. It really hurts me to keep going. I could go on and on I I. It's crazy to me now. And that's another reason. I love listening is because you hear these inspirational stories from these these guys and some of them. I've never even heard of before. And then you just hear how God used them and they weren't preaching at the time when it could be recorded so they weren't looking to get famous around the world. They were just looking to preach Christ and him crucified. There's literally a sermon we have coming. I don't mean interrupt. The aren't coming out by Charles spurgeon and he literally looks. He's he's talking his congregation. He goes there. Where's the Whitfield of our generation? Like where is he? We don't have any men that will ever raise to a level of feel. We don't have preachers like that anymore. People telling the truth and the irony is. I'm reading one hundred years later on. Like spurgeon Uber Whitfield out of the water. Dude like your way more than he ever was but the irony was. He doesn't know that the guy he's asking for is himself as that's crazy that's crazy. Well we're going to take a short break and we're going to hear from a commercial. From one of the other podcasts. In the Christian podcast community revived. Thoughts is on the Christian podcast community. But we'll be right back. Hey this is troy. Have you ever thought about how many sermons have never been listened to because they were never recorded because they came out before recordings on our podcast revived thoughts? We take the roughly nine thousand nine. Hundred Years of sermons and try to bring them back to life. We talk about the history. We talk about the setting and every week. We have a different speaker. Delivered these sermons for us to listen to once again so. This is your chance to listen to sermons by people. Like Calvin by people like spurgeon by people like Knox and maybe some people you've never heard of like Johann Tyler or Alexander White. Let us live and move and have our being an deal with men as if a dying risen entry for Lazarus in his full frightening misery and behind him. Christ the hand cannot alone deliver man the body must you can find revive thoughts on any podcast. App or player that you have an at revived dot com. We hope you learn something new and grow closer to God. I'm here with Troy Frazier from revived thoughts. And if you listened to revive thoughts definitely check them out and I'm just going to ask him a few more questions and this question is pretty deep. It's troy how have you grown spiritually time that you've been producing this podcast. Recording be sermons digging into the history behind them. How have you seen any spiritual growth in your life just from doing that? Absolutely no I I really I th the number of ways. Honestly that these things encouraged me. There is like the very direct encouragement. Eat sermon is about a topic or passage of scripture. And I always feel encouraged when I listen to them and hear them or editing them reading them. I'm always like wow. I didn't think of it that way before we get caught. I think in a bit of a bubble in the twenty first century. Almost everybody you probably listening to is from America or you know at least the West and it's on the twenty first century. There's nothing wrong with them. Not I'm not hating on that all but it's really cool when you can get a perspective from somebody who is from the fifteen hundred and he's preaching in the middle of the reformation. He's from Seventeen hundreds and these increasing like colonial America. I mean these guys have perspectives on truth and they have experiences They've lived through the black plague. They lived through the civil or they've lived through World War One they. They've been through things that we can't never live the right and so going through that they see God and they see a relationship with him a little bit different. You can hear that and their servants. I like constantly being edified by that affect the direct content. Then there's like another side of it where I mentioned. I'm going to seminary I lo- some learning on there too but doing all the church history and the research and the stuff this show. I feel like I'm literally getting a second seminary education. You know I went to Bible. College are really enjoyed. It and I learned a lot. I definitely got a good track of mine there but I will say church. History was really neglected. I feel like an and learning. Just how strong our faith is learning? Just what these murders. These men went through learning how they ended up to tyranny. How they instead of disease how they've lost children. Lost wives lost so many things for the sake of Gospel and and just pursuing that realizes it makes me realize like wow. I need to be serious about my faith and then a cool site to listen and we talk about the suffering through a lot too but another close side effect those study. These guys is that they They you said a little bit that they didn't know they were going to be famous so many of these guys. I remember JC rile. He was preparing sermons for ten years. No one had nowhere he was. He was preaching in a backwater town but he was just saving up the sermons in hasty ever need to make them in the pamphlets. I meet your eight. I'm like why am I doing this? Nobody's GonNa read these. These are never going to be pamphlets. Like why am I still wasting my time leaving my family? My sick wife and my kids to go do this and yet we know his name today because he did that preparation he was ready so that when the time came for him to spread the Gospel and get his servants. Get his work out there. He was able to make that move. And there's so many of these things where these guys were quietly faithful with a quiet congregation or you know. Then they're not all spurgeon where twenty two they burst onto the scene and they were already a huge shirts like a lot of these guys quietly did day in day out work but they did it with excellence and they really trusted price and they went over. John Calvin probably part of their famous institutes part of the reason. He was so strong it probably. He was preaching like nine times a week. Some weeks every other route nine times a week. That's a lot of interaction with the word. That's a lot of studying five five or studies. Plus all is normal stuff. That's going to get you in there with God and it really encourages me like don't waste time and there's a earn cynically. Asti is at you know. We don't normally build our lives on ecclesiastic. I wish I could tell you. You know the numbers I apologize but adjust says you do work during the day you do work during the night. You don't know which one will be profitable the work during the day the work.

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"frasier" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

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10:57 min | 1 year ago

"frasier" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Hello and welcome to the water even doing here. Podcast a podcast that seeks the answer to the question of what are we even doing here from a biblical perspective. My Name Is Daryl and I'm not here today with my wife Karen. I know that many people will be disappointed because they love hearing her and they don't love hearing me but we're going to change that disappointment because I think you're GonNa be excited for the guests that we do have because I'm excited. Because he's a Co host of one of my favorite podcasts. That is a much listen to each week for me and that is revived thoughts. Podcasts and his name is Troy Fraser Troy. Say Hello everyone today. Thank you so much for having me on really appreciate it no problem. Thank you for coming on and we're probably GONNA have this also on the five. Solas podcast which I recently started co hosting with James Watkins. So we're very grateful that you can be on two shows at one time. Yeah no it's excellent. I think the first time I heard about your podcast I was listening to theology. Gals with Choline Sharp. And I think Angela Whitehorn was co host at the time and I was very intrigued by the idea. Because I like I like listening to sermons and was would often also read sermons. So your podcast. What you guys do. Is You take old sermons that haven't been recorded like from Charles spurgeon for example or Dietrich von Hoffer and you have people actually record the audio of them. Basically preaching these sermons and I think that's a great idea. I'm going to ask you a little bit later. How you got that idea. But I won't you you tell the audience maybe a little bit about yourself where you're from about your family or whatever you want to share her. I was raised in Florida. I was raised in. I wouldn't call it a Christian home. Exactly we didn't go to church and not all believers in the parents and all that but when I was a little bit older Middle School High School Age. My mom wanted me to go make friends so she sent me to use group or she thought I might make some friends and I did and I really enjoyed going to youth group and at the same time. I also love reading books on politics. I accidentally give a book by a Libertarian named John. There's one hundred miss you believe I read through it and I was like. Whoa everything I believe is wrong. I was really fascinated by that so I started reading all these political books and everything get hands on and most of them end up being fairly conservative and those books talk about God in Christianity and world views and values like that all the time and at the same time I was going to church in those very nice people and they were being my friends and I was like wow. There's something do all this. And so I feel like I intellectually sentenced to the Gospel. Fourteen fifteen really believed it in my mind but I always say that it took a lot longer. It's reach my heart. I don't think I was eighteen or nineteen where it really started to affect the way I was living in what I was thinking at. Some point dot called me to a Bible College in Kansas City so I packed up. I was no longer doing. My political science major and I went to Kansas City and I went to Bible College. It was from there. It was just very clear to me. God wants me to surrender. My life do my thing for him and put him at the head and I have done that and it has been not always easy you know since graduating Bible College which was amazing or years before time I worked within home at a in home facility with at risk and I saw what it was like down there. It was not pleasant The A lot of problems in that kind of work I think. A lot of people working hard and not getting Just being discouraged I think in that kind of work and I went to China for two years. I was a teacher there. telling people about God and also experiencing a lot of different interesting things on that side of the world And then I came back and I worked in the inner city of Miami in a really great school there and really enjoyed it but I definitely got to experience a lot of Again hardships and stuff that people go through and all of that time I felt like I learned and asked a lot of questions but I also feel like God just strengthened my faith. There was nothing that I experienced any of that ever made me think no our faith is wrong. We've got we don't have the answers so they know we really do by. There are a lot of tough questions. It just takes more exploring it looking into it to really understand the heart of God and understand all of that pain and suffering out there now. Currently I am working at a church really enjoyed doing that. I always wanted to work at a church. You got send me. I feel like through a loop to get there and and I am also going to seminary some enjoying taking classes and growing in my faith in that way too and on the side of top of that we run revived thoughts awesome. What what is your job at the church? Currently at I'm a children's pastor and also communications pastor which is mainly. I just kind of do bullets baseball and stuff like that but I also teach the kids and prepare for them and try to help connect families and stuff like that. That's awesome and it sounds like a big adventure that you've already had in your life going into China than working with Inner City. And you know you said you. You've you've seen a lot of a lot of stuff and I. I think that sometimes helps bolster our faith. You know because you know when when you see things that you see real life happening and people that don't have a lot and some people would be like a will. There's No God because of this but I I think when when we have true faith in our hearts regenerative we have nowhere else to go but God in those situations the yeah I would definitely agree with and also it's really interesting but China really helped me believe in God in a way I always did but I just really became certain him there are actually because it was such a hard place to live that you just you had to put your faith in him to trust every day but also I could literally see like the dichotomy of to like a two giant. Maybe three giant worldviews. I could see atheism at its strongest in the Communist China. And obviously it's very terrible system that they live under. It's painful hurts. People more than we ever could realize It'd just stifles creativity. Crushes so many things at last atheism like at its highest would argue on the other side of it too we would We lived in a very rural rural part but a very traditional part and so we would also see a lot of the mythologies at superstitions. We would see people going the temples and they would leave out. They do all those kind of old traditional Buddhist or Hindu or whatever they were doing in a lot of ways that was actually really powerful too. Because you could see how empty it was that makes sense the rituals and stuff that they were doing on the one hand and then they would just you know you you learn about their personalized and learn how they treat their children or their wives or you learn all these other things on the other hand but this person you know. It tends to be very denounced the would never step on a caterpillar but But I've seen how treats children and I know that it's not very good so it was interesting to see the fruit of like almost both his in America. We don't see paganism on display like that like I was able to see their. You know. Sometimes you might say oh the God of the Bible is not all that different than the other Middle Eastern gods and they all the same Bob. If you don't have the having that role of you're like no I've seen actually what that looks like an our God is nothing like that like. There's a very stark contrast between people worshiping in the temple in what we do to guide. It's definitely different than that in there. And it's also definitely different than atheism at its height and so I was very much encouraged to see the those two players at work and then what little bit we got to do with the the underground church and seeing the differences. It was it again clear as day. Wow that's amazing and that that again help strengthen your testimony when you're sharing the gospel even probably here in the states you can use that as an example especially what you just said to me. I never even thought about that lake. We see you know unbelievers here or people that worship other gods but we don't see it as fully on display as as you got you. That's a tremendous blessing. So go from that. And all that you've been through and then you're like hey let's start a podcast about old sermons is that what gave you that idea. What exactly gave you guys the idea to to take these old sermons and get them out there. You will come to my mind. Is You Romans? Ten seventeen faith comes from hearing hearing by the word of Christ. And that's what I think of when I listen to your podcast so what. What gave you the the idea. So it's kind of two different things connolly together but the I was I way back in the day six or seven years ago. I bought a book. I thought was going to be like an autobiography and Dietrich Bond Hawk. Very curious about him. I wanted to learn more about this guy had written Read his book My goodness switch. He has to like famous book. Seles but discipleship or something no community be living anyway. I read that book obviously made such an impact on me. I can't remember the name of it but I was curious at the time about his autobiography. And so I picked it up when I got home. I realized I didn't actually. I bought a stack of boats out. Christian bookstore is getting excited and I bought a stack of books. I actually hadn't by his autobiography had I had purchased just like a works complicated and it wasn't even his actual works sections of them and most of them were just sermon. I mean like eighty percent of the service. I was stressed out doing my car and I was like forget it. I probably won't read it and I didn't think I would eventually got a job where I drove around a lot. So I'd sit down and wait. Read the book during that time and I really enjoyed them. I was like these sermons are great and they always came with these little captioned like this sermon was preached right before Hitler was inaugurated. This sermon was preached before this. I try to imagine myself in that situation like if I was in Berlin and there was no nazis marching through the streets on Friday night and again this big brawl with Communist Brown shirts. They're beating each other in the whole city's on fire it. It just feels not literally but you just feel like the whole city's going crazy and then you show up on church on Sunday and everyone's scared you get up there and don't be afraid and we don't have to be afraid of anything. God is GonNa Take Care of us and in fact we should live in boldness. And I'm going to. You'll see now I was just like wow you know. That's crazy that he would do that on a Sunday. I don't think I would. I feel like most of us we behind the pre the pulpit and go. This country is going crazy. There's everything's wrong. You guys are immoral. It's getting bad he didn't do that. He really incurs this congregation that get in there and keep fighting and so that that kind of sprouted. The idea of me you know I dealing with a old servants years later in China and I live on the other side of the world from everybody so everyone I would message talk to you. Know Falls Asleep and then I'm going through my day with no one. The message. Nothing to do online literally like the social media. Facebook concern would just kind of stopped at around eleven in the morning so it's nothing new online so I started reading these old books I was like I'm going to read books that changed the world. I read like a really good books. Confessions by Saint Augustine Martin Luther Bondage of the will really good one really recommend And I also read some books like the Communist Manifesto and Thomas Paine Age of reason I just wanted to read books that changed the world and understand their perspectives. I read Nietzsche something like that and and I was really impressed with them but it made me think. Like what about sermons have changed the world? You know we we so focus.

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"frasier" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"frasier" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Much to the table quipu he's out there it takes a little pressure off Frasier and he gives us another option this is all as well as is as good as anybody it going the whole our central Illinois dealers presenting your starting line up but again I noticed it on the line and he was a starter the other day at Rogers he was a starter early in the season for the Monty Williams took his spot honorees came off the bench Georgievich others really was on the bench in the spring of fifty seven straight games with the starter in Illinois he's coming off the bench again this evening has the Monty Williams with a start and then go over go over yeah well it's it's it's going to come down and slow slow down our Stevens I mean the guys players in the everything flows through him the one guy that I try to slow him down to be a multiple guys trying to wear him down once you get to start for France eight six six freshman from the state of New Jersey miles six four two fifteen sophomore at a Detroit the averages eight points a game safari whalers six one junior live oak Florida four points a game he also averages about four point two steals love our Stevens six eight to twenty five the senior from Philadelphia seventeen point seven points a game six and a half six nine two forty junior from the state of Pennsylvania three points a game but soon to come off eventually Mike watches six nine two hundred and sixty pounds ten points a game Colbert averages the seven foot six three two your your manual hard to move six five sophomore Chicago forget mark fifteen point eight points a game honorees police six to see here eleven point two points per game sixty one seventy five junior points a game the staff of a recent shooting slump Illinois where in the orient the whole White for the ball game as soon as for a lot of these young people say they've never seen any basketball success like this you gotta go back to the the Christmas actor in the mid nineties go slow down their transition when they start going north and south looking to get you can offer those three that's when you get John here will jump whatever the center six nine to forty coming off a double double going here tonight at center for and I this is playing he's in the starting line up here that is great news a little sprinkle it on all the white and blue valley six three a they lost twice to the last eighty three seventy six seventy two fifty six the center and we are set to go here in Happy Valley in the tosses one five Penn state right about halfway up the price Steve was the started out there by the Monty Williams right side Wheeler guarded by get a the story it's Michigan state Israel these police baseline I didn't want to break Stephen there is the defense reporter freezer news very well thirty patients this is he's got an these are shot so for eighteen twenty two to go with the first just under way here and a Happy Valley it's like a champ the crowd standing until the other team scores one I haven't scored two Wheeler back out to dread right it's six four from Detroit inside we our big guys run really hard for life Georgie is well for the news it's and one forty feet from the this is the free throw so for for the other day and Rogers seventeen forty one Wheeler guarded by police six to shoot by Wheeler right right and does as we gave it four back in the other direction six forty a little help from police this is this is Steven over the over an is a second class the other way run for miles around six six a.

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Take Space Needle out of Seattle’s skyline and most think we’re a certain no-nonsense Midwest city

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Take Space Needle out of Seattle’s skyline and most think we’re a certain no-nonsense Midwest city

"What would be opening a Frasier been like without the graphics synonymous with Seattle without the space needle would we have looked like Seattle the answer apparently not the survey from big brands dot com asked Americans to identify cities without their most notable landmark in other words they took the needle out of our Seattle skyline if you live around here perhaps you'd still be able to determine that a needless silhouette of Seattle was still Seattle but through the rest of the world we apparently lookalikes four major cities Seattle had the least recognizable skyline and most respondents said we look more like the windy city then the Emerald City to add insult to injury the silhouette of Chicago without the former Sears tower was still identified as Chicago fortunately the space needle he is still there and as the evidence now more than ever clearly suggests the landmark is the signature of our skyline which is a good thing because we can't always count on the blue sky

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Coronavirus emergency 'holds a very grave threat' for world: WHO

First Light

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Coronavirus emergency 'holds a very grave threat' for world: WHO

"Eleven Americans are among sixty six new cases of coronavirus on a quarantined Japanese cruise ship Rebecca Frasier from Oregon is one of the was a very surreal experience to be told that you have this virus that as far as I knew could be deadly more than forty two thousand people are now infected globally more than one thousand have died and the World Health Organization is meeting in Geneva live to the foreign desk and CBS's Vicki Barker that meeting opening with a warning that the corona virus outbreak poses a very grave threat for the whole world and the WHO's Mike Ryan says world leaders have been asleep at the wheel we haven't put in place quite frankly the preparedness mechanisms the communications mechanisms the governance mechanism the two day meeting aimed at accelerating the development of drugs diagnostics and vaccines in what's becoming a race

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Virus death toll nears 640 as hundreds more Americans evacuated

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Virus death toll nears 640 as hundreds more Americans evacuated

"The death toll from the corona virus in China now passing six hundred health officials in China say over six hundred thirty have died in the country another thirty one thousand of an infected meanwhile a couple from the northwest quarantine on a cruise ship in Japan Frasier in Oregon resident it's just one of the forty one new cases of coronavirus discovered on this cruise ship more than sixty passengers have now been infected Rebekah's husband says she'll be in the hospital for ten to twelve days now can't tells us his temperature is jumping he's worried he may be infected as well with the conditions worsening onboard Broadrick Kathy made a stellar from Utah or two of the thousands trapped in their rooms inside nothing is changed to me and we're still in our cabins little scary to be on board in the numbers just keep climbing the situation so bad one passenger rights on social media that they can hear painful costs from a passenger in a nearby room now the Chinese doctor who sounded the alarm a novel coronavirus is died from the disease he was so concerned

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"frasier" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"frasier" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Frasier on what we can expect Friday morning a couple of inches of accumulation is not out of the question or watching closely for any impacts for the Friday morning drive certainly doesn't look to be as cold or as robust as this last snowstorm but any snow in the forecast always deserves a little extra attention Dave says Saturday will be nice with high temperatures in the forties even with the cold weather there are plenty more beds available for the homeless in Denver the Denver rescue mission says it served five hundred forty five guests on Sunday night and seven hundred seventy six on Monday capacity for all their shelters is about one thousand the rescue mission says it's seen an increase in demand for meals as the cold weather lingers the mission says it won't turn anyone away seeking assistance or shelter from the cold the deep cold makes it dangerous to be outside there are new details about a disturbing case of domestic violence that resulted in a local woman's death Westminster police say the victim was violently attacked twice in two months by the same man her ex husband fox thirty one Denver Takahara with more Westminster please say it came in as a medical calls in Westminster last Friday original pieces of information it potentially was a fall from an overdose but very quickly that officer recognized there's more to it there some suspicious circumstances victim Yasmin di have brought died from her injuries four days later at the hospital the suspect her ex husband James Arthur malls junior this is a homicide where a a weapon wasn't specifically used and yet he was able to kill her in a domestic violence attack and we have learned dolls was arrested on November fourteenth accused of attacking to have brought in Denver fox thirty one separate Takahara for more news listen to the daily dive the big news stories explain not shouted listen to the daily dive each day on the I heart radio apple wherever you get your favorite podcast again Coachella came away the voice of Colorado is such a drive in pretty decent shape elementary freeway so there's no warning road work to worry about but you may encounter some black ice in the bridges and overpasses and some of the side streets as you make your way around you gotta find speeds all through the Texan are like twenty five these nothing and firm with privacy for seventy four seventy the world work to worry about my my seventy crosstown speeds are normal on I two seventy nine seventy six in the high country you have seen in traction walls for US six Loveland pass thanks anyone can point whether partly sunny high of thirty today tonight's all about zero tomorrow expect a high of forty tomorrow night's law is going to be about thirteen and then on Friday cooler with a high of thirty seven and a chance of snow and a little twenty three currently it's minus three hello Kaley every guy knows that feeling the realization on Valentine's day that you've got nothing for your true love not this year guys because of William's jewelers we're your one stop shop I'm Steve Williams and I'm Bruce Williams you see war one of Colorado's largest find jurors with a designer brands she knows and loves like Lagos in hearts on fire thousands of quality iconic and yes affordable pieces you won't find in any other store starting at under three hundred dollars and with every Valentine's purchase your Valentine's card delicious candy in fresh cut rose are all on us guys it's one stop shopping this is how Valentine shopping was always meant to be Williams tumors in cherry creek north and Williams dealers in Inglewood at Bellevue and Broadway Denver's first family of fine jewelers and your one stop Valentine's store we and wedding rings store your love of rock and roll will never die but Denver weather sure sometimes quickly that's why I depend on K. way fox thirty one Denver point whether only on K. away the voice of Colorado as Colorado weather changes know what to expect with box thirty one point whether only on K. way these media networks this is America's first news this morning with your host first results good morning I'm Gordon deal along with Jennifer could shrink up on this Wednesday February fifth what could be with us and here's what's up this hour he put a judge and Bernie Sanders Lee the incomplete Iowa caucuses with about two thirds of precincts reporting Joe Biden was a distant fourth president trump did not mention impeachment during his state of the union what he and house speaker Nancy Pelosi delivered not so subtle messages to each other the Senate this afternoon will vote on the two articles of impeachment here how each political side made its final arguments that help business fortunes like personal ones eventually fall to the wayside over time a company like Amazon is.

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Missing woman last seen leaving bar with 2 men, texted friends she was in trouble

Mo'Kelly

01:42 min | 2 years ago

Missing woman last seen leaving bar with 2 men, texted friends she was in trouble

"You know about the disappearance of the Alabama woman her body was recently found in a shallow grave but her disappearance caught everyone's eye on social media because she texted a friend as she I think was leaving a bar with two guys that she was quote unquote in trouble and you have to wonder what might have happened it did not end well they did find her body an Alabama man has been charged not only with her disappearance but with abusing her corpse yeah Frasier camped in fifty years old was charged on thirty with Thursday with the abuse of Peyton how Houston's course Hampton hasn't been charged with involvement in her death but he hasn't yet surrendered to authorities in other words they think it's certainly knows him they are looking for him Hampton was initially held in the Birmingham city jail beginning December twenty eighth on suspicion of kidnapping but he was released two days later after investigators failed to gather enough evidence to charge him with a crime the sheriff and their office have said it has evidence Hampton and Houston were together December twentieth the night she disappeared after leaving a Birmingham bar with two men sheriff's office office deputy chief David AG said news conference that our family members had told news outlets Houston sent a text to a friend that night asking the person to answer it she called because she didn't know who she was with texting quote I feel in trouble close

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Jury deliberating murder charge in stray-bullet killing of 9-year-old

Steve Trevelise

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Jury deliberating murder charge in stray-bullet killing of 9-year-old

"Com the jury must now decide the fate of one of the suspects charged in the death of a nine year old bridge teen girl who was hit by a stray bullet as she slapped twenty one year old the Roy E. Frasier the third is the first of four defendants to face trial in Cumberland County in the death of Jennifer

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Vanished: Kelsey Berreth

True Crime Brewery

09:18 min | 2 years ago

Vanished: Kelsey Berreth

"It was Kelsey. Mom Cheryl contacted the police to report. Kelsey missing MRS on December. Second two thousand Eighteen Cheryl hadn't spoken to. Her daughter are in over a week. Kelsey infant daughter Kayleigh had been in the custody of her father and Kelsey Fiance Patrick swayze since Thanksgiving giving day and I wasn't like Kelsey to be out of touch without explanation right so right away alarm bells were ringing. Yeah this just isn't the Kelsey now. Oh very responsible. Smart Young Woman and Kelsey actually grew up on a farm in Washington state. She had a younger brother Clinton and loved. Horses is and she always had dreams of becoming a commercial pilot according to her mother and she she went to aviation school in Washington and then began working professionally as a flight instructor. So I'm very impressed by that. Yes pretty cool and everybody can do that in two thousand sixteen. She met Patrick swayze in on an online dating site. Type of thing yeah. She moved to Colorado to be near him so things heated up pretty quickly. Yes she really liked. Kim She thought he was a keeper and he could be the one group her list. She was well enough into him that she made a big move right. Yeah that shows something doesn't it. I mean and you have to be fairly committed to do that when we think frazee worked and lived on his mother's ranch where he trained cattle dogs and he also worked safari her. Now for those of you. Who Don't know like me? A farrier is a specialist in equine hoof care includes the trimming and balancing of horses hooves. WHO's and putting shoes on their hooves? Right and NASHES horses. I guess donkeys as well. He had a friend with donkey's who he is to take care of. Their hooves chargers officer who Friday I think so. So Kelsey worked. As a flight instructor at Falcon Air Force Base before she accepted the position. DOSS aviation Russian in Pueblo Colorado. Her boss Daas said that Kelsey was diligent and committed she commuted from her condo in Woodland Park to her job in Pueblo. Blow several days a week. People who flew with her remembered her as a very positive force in their lives and a someone that they could really trust when her students graduated graduated. They left some glowing reviews of her large knowledge base and her very helpful teaching techniques so she was really well regarded there so it seems and she had moved into her own condo in the town of Woodland Park and that's not far from phrase's ranch. The two became engaged and they had a baby girl in the fall of two thousand seventeen. They named her Kaley crazy. Seemed happy to be a father and seemed to take good care of Keighley but calcium calcium. Patrick didn't live together however in Kelsey family felt the relationship was a good one. The parents shared custody making plans to be together as a family. We at some point right so I kind of see right from the beginning here. A lack of commitment on his part that they weren't living together after they had a baby. Seems a little little strange to me. Yeah if you're co-parenting and you're engaged to be married. Why wouldn't you live together right? So that's just kind of a red flag that I noticed noticed right away and the beginning of this story. You're was it more. His decision not live together. Well we don't know you know. Her mother had said it was financial. He'll things which I think it was mostly him because he was the one who had financial problems which will get into. But let's go ahead and talk a little bit about the missing missing persons report and what I happened. Okay so the first police officer who showed up to do a welfare check on Kelsey was Corporal Beth Huber and Ed after entering information into the local and national databases. She contacted Patrick swayze so right away. They're going to contact the fiance well. Of course frizzy claimed that the last time he had seen Kelsey was Thanksgiving Day. That was November. Twenty second when they had exchanged custody of Keighley in the alley behind Chelsea's condo a frizzy said their romantic relationship was over during the the custody exchange. She returned items that belonged to Kelsey this included her handgun. Somehow Munition Car Keys House keys and some other personal items right so so custody. Exchange in the alley is another weird thing here. Yeah and also saying that their relationship was over nobody else knew of that UH and there was no evidence to show that and will notice that when we look at their conversations around this time Chelsea's family reported to police that it was highly unusual for her her to go away without telling anyone her mom Cheryl had spoken to Kelsey twice on the phone on November twenty second and two her Kelsey seemed like her normal. Happy yourself she talked excitedly about the upcoming Christmas holiday with Kaley. What kind of presence? They would have for stuff like that then after talking to her mom Kelsey Chelsea went shopping with Kaley. She was caught on video surveillance at a Safeway store and Woodland Park and she entered the store at twelve. Oh five everything looks. It's normal and exited the Safeway at twelve twenty seven pm and this would also be verified by receipts from the store so after leaving the store door Kelsey sent frasier text and she offered to make him a sweet potato casserole. That doesn't really sound like someone who's broken up. Her sure doesn't sounds like a good relationship. Yeah at least one that she's you know invested in for sure right then between twelve fifty four and when seventeen eighteen that same day frazee was captured on a Walmart surveillance camera at the Woodland Park Walmart. He had a baby carrier with a blanket that looked like the blankets. Seen with Kelsey and Kaley at the Safeway Okay we couldn't be seen but it's probable issues with frizzy because he had the carrier. Sure I think that's a pretty safe assumption. But Kelsey wasn't seen again after Thanksgiving Day even though her cellphone continued to send messages on November. Twenty four th Cheryl got a text from Chelsea's phone saying that she would call her later but then Kelsey never called her. The next day there was a text from Chelsea's phone to her supervisor at doss aviation it said she was planning to take a trip and would be away for a week. There were also messages to Patrick. swayze eight on the twenty four th at four. PM FRAC- sent a text to calcium phone. Saying if this is truly what you want respect your wishes and give you space the leave you alone now. Then the next day there was a text from Chelsea's phone to phrase's phone saying do you even love me. And he answered that text swith. Why would I bend over backwards and stand by you through everything if I didn't so the answer to your question is yes I do so so after about a week of not hearing from her daughter Cheryl Berith called free just to see you know what's going on? Frasier told Cheryl that he and Kelsey Elsie had an argument in calcium. Broken up with him and giving Kaley to him he suggested to share Kelsey may have flown somewhere with a CO worker. But Kelsey hadn't told Cheryl better trip or breaking up with Razi so mom Cheryl is getting more and more concerned and that's when she called the voice so at the welfare check of Chelsea's Condo. Her keys in purse were gone but both of her cars were parked outside. They didn't find any signs of foul. Oh play on this visit but her makeup in toothbrush. Were still in the bathroom and there were some mostly uneaten cinnamon rolls sitting on the stove. There was also also a candle on a warmer nearby in the heat was up higher than usual so these are all very strange things. She wouldn't leave for a trip without her makeup makeup in her toothbrush. Leaving food on the counter were turning the thermostat down right so by this time ten days had passed since Kelsey she had last been seen. Remember Cheryl got a text from Kelsey but we don't believe that that last one was from Kelsey because she was already missing right. Your impression is that it's doctored. Kind of thing. Yeah just to throw people off right and even Cheryl would say that. The texting wasn't like her daughters texting. So there were some red flags right away on the whole thing. There was a press conference held on December four and the case was still being treated as. There's a missing persons case. Police announced that Kelsey phone had pinged on a tower in gooding Idaho on November twenty fifth. This was a long way from aware. CALC- lived I think it was eight hundred. Two thousand miles so Cheryl spoke about her daughter being a reliable person and she asked for help in locating eating her but notably. Patrick Frasier did not attend this press conference and of course everybody noticed that

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Impeachment Report Reveals Unexpected Calls Between Giuliani, Office of Management and Budget

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

07:43 min | 2 years ago

Impeachment Report Reveals Unexpected Calls Between Giuliani, Office of Management and Budget

"You today impeachment hearings on the hill of the Judiciary Committee takes over a couple of experts on constitutional law expected to testify let's get into it with Susan for each year of the sheep compressional correspond to the Washington examiner Susan good morning good morning okay so what's the point of this hearing well the point is for Democrats to bring in some experts who will support their view that there are constitutional grounds for impeaching president trump and this is also a hearing in which they can say they gave the Republicans who are the minority in the house an opportunity to present their case earlier they invited the president or his lawyers to come and testify in and the president declined but the Republicans have invited one witness to this hearing so you basically have it for constitutional law experts three picked by the Democrats want picked by the Republicans in Estes give kind of a two fold Ariel for the Democrats to talk about here are experts saying we're doing the right thing and also here with our our here where the Republicans given an opportunity to participate which they've been complaining about all these weeks is it possible that the Republicans could possibly take this in a different direction since they have constitutional law experts in front of them that they could ask about the constitutionality of Adam Schiff and company getting the phone records of painting the phone records of the president's personal counsel Rudy Giuliani as well as Devin newness and John Solomon yeah I'm curious about this yesterday's surprising news into this thing offense somewhat vague Dan and predictable as we will go along with that were the rat was the revelation that Adam Schiff of who is the Democrats who runs the intelligence committee he obtained phone records that they included in the impeachment report that the intelligence committee released to the public yesterday those records included calls between Rudy Giuliani prince personal lawyer and the White House and between Devin newness who is the ranking member on the house intelligence committee the top Republican and Rudy Giuliani as well as last harness who was the associate a Rudy Giuliani who is now under indictment for funneling foreign money into U. S. campaign so all there were a whole bunch of calls revealed in obtain from eighteen T. and included in this report and that was the big surprising thing a lot of people on the Republican side are outraged by this so I don't rule out them bringing it up at the hearing I don't know what the questions are going to be out but certainly there a lawmakers talking about yesterday you heard that minority leader he was asked about noon as talking to Giuliani talking departed and he said that he really didn't have any problem with with that with newness talked to I spoke to people on noon at the staff who said if you look at these call some of them or like a few seconds long they they probably didn't go through and there was maybe one call that was a few minutes and that newness talks to a lot of people and that anyone a lot of the leaders on the intelligence committee take all kinds of call to talk to a lot of people they say really kind of proves nothing but it just showed to them what level Adam Schiff is willing to go to to try and make their impeachment case and try to make the Republicans look bad that's the reason the viewpoint from from the Republicans on that Susan this is a gigantic story that Devon Nunez obtain the phone records for the president's personal attorney a sitting journalist and a member of his own commit a Devon noon as it is a huge story as not being treated that way by the press a large you are treating it like a big story can you tell me don't know if any of the people involved here were notified that their phone records were being sought not that I can tell and it was obtained from eighteen to you is not attained by people on the call so it raises all kinds of questions I think there are a lot of people were surprised to see it the problem is John Solomon is being painted as kind of like a co conspirator it's very strange instead of just reporter try to record on an angle nobody else is writing about which is the Ukraine angle it seems like most the media got behind this idea that that meant that that a D. bond story line the Russian if somehow participating in perpetuating it along with Republicans who according to Democrats are pushing this you crying saying in a way to go after their political opponents the Democrats see that's the way it's being framed right by the Democrats instead of you know the media look well Susan a alright yeah if if being fed mis information by a foreign government disqualifies you as a journalist the entire Washington press corps should hang up their credentials today given the way that the Russian collusion conspiracy was treated for years I mean I I wouldn't I haven't seen anything to suggest that Solomon should be thrown out entirely as a journalist and I don't think anybody's made that case successfully well we always point out you know you can make this take whatever you talk to dot com is that everything you reported it backed up and documented in that you go and look at it yourself right this is all true there and no one is disputing some of the things that we know that that there was contact between the Democrats new Ukraine government to dig up dirt on on truck there no one's disputing that I think what the damn word what Democrats are trying to do and I think kind of affected in doing it is make it sort of like if you if you believe anything about Ukraine meddling in the election you are therefore are declaring Russia did nothing wrong it's a strange argument they're making and and it's one that I think is proven effective because it's being manic and and echoed by the mainstream media very very powerfully I'm I'm very curious as to how they could get the the the how they could get a subpoena to get the phone records of the president's personal lawyer because you do have the right to attorney client privilege and on wiki how I just want to wiki how to how to get a subpoena and one of its step six do not subpoena privileged communications so how do they get the subpoena if even wiki house says he can't do that yes well they got the call between Giuliani and the office of management and budget they didn't get I don't see that they got any calls between Giuliani and the president himself I'm not sure that some of those calls it's not clear who's who's on the other end of those calls and if it does raise a lot of questions like I said it was a big surprise yesterday when goes call surface I know there is our cases were Verizon and eighteen eighteen other phone companies they do turn over things subpoenaed by the government and I'm not sure what president this is going to set it it's because it's such a partisan impeachment proceeding on Capitol Hill I think get everyone to the knowledge of some credibly partisan that that this kind of rocky rocky is about up quite a bit and I think that that's that's not going to bode well for especially the intelligence committee for the two sides to work together when you have the chairman obtaining phone records of the ranking member that's that's a really that's that's you reaching a new level of of of partisanship yeah and it totally undermining their ability to say that this is a sober impeachment process and when it does it's been anything but Susan Frasier thank you as always thank you for

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First 5 California Launches New Campaign to Talk, Read and Sing So Kids Ages 0-5 Have a Chance to Succeed

Love, Death, and Money

10:31 min | 2 years ago

First 5 California Launches New Campaign to Talk, Read and Sing So Kids Ages 0-5 Have a Chance to Succeed

"But on the show the deciders we like to feature people who are leaders in their field and change agents in their communities on the show I asked people to share their stories and offer insights and today we're going to do something a little unusual I am part of the team from Frasier communications on the show we're gonna be talking about how we build a campaign in very specifically about the first five California campaign in previous shows on this topic of early childhood education the importance of early childhood education I've spoken about the fact that our youngest children really represent our future and research demonstrates now that for every dollar you invest early you can get up to eight dollars back as a result of higher productivity less incarceration a more limited teenage pregnancies and many other ways and the research demonstrates that helping children early from the moment of birth to talk and read returning talking and singing to them not helping them talk of course that early can make a big difference in our brain development there's actually growth inside the brain to the team that developed that talk read saying campaign was here with me today and I'm gonna introduce them all and then we'll go back and forth talking about them so we have Eileen prince who's a senior vice president and director of client services who works every day on the first five account and her partner in that is Molly our who's our director of consumer experience has a Molly works in many ways on first five to create authentic experiences for family members for care givers and for parents amber stunned or the creative director at Frasier communications really brought on the mantra talk read sing to life and has helped us build and identity in the state of California for the campaign I've mentioned before on this show we're very proud of this campaign in particular because it's impacting parents we've been doing it for almost six years now and we have eighty seven percent awareness according to the UCLA us C. H. I. S. study that's done every year and among those of where those parents to wear over ninety percent of them say they're actually talking reading and singing more as a result of the campaign so when I talk about using communications to have a positive impact we really believe we're doing now let's start with a lean Eileen as I mentioned is the director of client services we have a full service media department in the agency but they're not here and I know I lean works very closely with them I think you talk about how this talk re saying message gets created and delivered to people not the creative part so much for the delivery of it to them through media throughout the state of California we started of all of our campaigns by doing a lot of good deep research because there's a lot of learnings that are continually changing and happening as the years go on so we use a mix of MRI or not Nielsen com score Scarborough and this gives us a lot of information about what our audiences are watching listening to and more importantly how they're changing just how they use their media so just a couple little quick nuggets to share like what's new in the the media lands out there is that on average adults are now spending almost six hours a day using their digital media so what does that mean we need to be using at more and more digital media to get our message out there to our parents and a lot of households are now cutting the cord to what does that mean no more subscriptions to a satellite they're going in using more things like Hulu live YouTube live and sling TV that's increased by fifty eight percent which is pretty astonishing Eileen I ate I think you're right as the media habits change we've got to stay on top of them hi you know you mentioned these chefs in media what about also reaching different ethnic groups and making sure we understand how to reach the most effectively yeah that's really really important so again our research helps inform but also our media partners help inform we do a really strong mix of Spanish Chinese Karan to Gauliga just to name a few and we have we know through our research where our audiences are but we also have forged really strong partnerships as a star to say with each of our stations are in language stations and they help us to create relevant messages to each of those audiences that's great I think you know we do something like sixteen languages and we're always evolving I know one another campaign we're looking at check talk out because we're targeting young people agendas ager six fifteen to twenty five years or twenty four year olds and the point is I think it Frasier we really stay on top of the media alternatives Facebook obviously being a big part of it Instagram Pinterest etcetera I'm only I know you've been really involved in the social media side of it and then extensions of the media to will be call integrations tell us about those yeah this building off of what I lean was saying about using the media the as a delivery system the messengers are really important part of that who's actually talking and who's saying our campaign messaging and that we also either work with our media partners for example with Spanish language with Univision we've worked with their star is Omar and our Heliade I'd to do content integration into their shows but then we also use ESPN and their radio talent and across the board let me explain because I don't think people know that term integration and I think this is actually an added value of Frasier being the op having the opportunity to see other people's pictures and their decks I know they often don't do this but when we work with our media partners we asked them to help us deliver the message or we call trusted sources so as part of the deal will be by the media we get these talented people I stand simply for free sometimes are modest payments to them but it's not the same as going that to them independently and we actually worked very hard to create the messaging the talking points but then they deliver and extremely authentic way that's what we mean by integration so Marin R. Heliade did videos for us right it did and it's also important to add to that that we select these messengers because they're relatable their authentic to what we're having to say so Omar not wholly recorded videos with their children and with their parents and we've had them talking about multi generational our conversations and with I mentioned earlier with the S. P. and we use Johnny hacker who's the punter for the rams he is a new dad so we had in coming on talking to other dads using sports as a way to connect and really make sure that he is relatable that his audience and his followers and his fans can trust and not just as a as a hero in their in their medium but as a regular dad that they can just listen to and learn from then follow follow emulate him I think that's really important you know we we could produce as many as fast as we'd like but having it said in their own voice I remember in particular with Omar and how are how on Helly at our hell yeah we we have discovered that there were issues with people who were learn their letters foundation another country like Mexico not being confident they even spoken well enough because our grammar is maybe as a perfect a particularly women who don't want always get to go to school all the way through so many of the women we had invokes regionalist third grade so of the grandparents of Omar and Haley I could talk about the fact that she I don't know if I should speak Spanish for talking in front of my kids but Marano Haley as it is okay it doesn't matter their brain is growing just as a result of you're talking in using words or telling stories right so some of the messages that are new ones are kind of difficult for us to express maybe in a paid spot get shared absolutely and a lot of these influencers and trusted sources have multiple channels in which they reach all of their audiences so we take advantage of all of the outlets that they have in any touch point we can have with their fans and their followers so for example with our help we'll go we'll keep what they are highly a trainer she did a Facebook live for us she's a ton of followers on her Facebook channel they tune in and she talked to them from from the could recall that carpool carpool I don't know if this plan carpal carrier right and she just talked while she was in line waiting to pick up her kids from school she taught three got online and just started talking about her day and now she's going to do and talking with their kids on the way home and the song she sang so it makes it really true now we've also had experiences with Mario I lean can you talk a little bit about Mario Lopez and getting him involved I'd love to talk about Mario Mario has really been a champion for first five California he has now three children he just added to his family just a couple months ago and he has been a true spokesperson for us across the state on his radio he speaks in both English and Spanish so he's able to again just like with Johnny hacker does for sports those listen to entertainment are following him as both a trusted source and a good friend because a lot of folks to listen to radio really do have that kinship to those they listen to in Mario has really resonated throughout the state for us and so much so that first five California's actually even recognized him for all the great work he's done in helping share the message about talk read see now they gave him an award and what and what is your state conferences which was wonderful and Mario is on I E. entertainment right we're just a show so our entertainment to manage he just changed over I think it's acts he just check this out show a Mario also has a following on IG entertainment shows he was on Entertainment Tonight now he's on access Hollywood people really believe in him and of course we go to universal studios to record with it which is a lot of fun which is love and I think trusted messengers are a critical part of what we do but we also have to develop messaging and of course even the theme talk read saying it changes everything first let's talk about how that came to be well we know that done from other brain research review and we also know from our own childhoods the songs we still remember the two the two spider in Riverview boat and and a big catalog of this the thing that is very true is that words in sentences that end up in rhyme are very are more easily remembered if you take that if you take that a K.

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"frasier" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"frasier" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The thought process of Frasier. was there is no way. bond was good even worry about him. this is sue me the divide with the key was gonna stop at second. swing and a miss. Baldwin strike. well here's some margin in the one one pitch do Colin Moran and it's outside two balls and strikes. it's very well. could be the last jelly for some larger given the fact that he's going to hit second. in the next fifteen. many would be the only reason that one of the reasons that swirls would be up. the pitch. right it's tuned to the outside corner. this is a gorgeous day at the corner of third and king. not much left to this baseball season one more homes..

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Wildlife Service, Assistant Director And Gary Frasier discussed on Jay Sekulow

Jay Sekulow

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Wildlife Service, Assistant Director And Gary Frasier discussed on Jay Sekulow

"The trump administration has announced major changes to the way it enforces the landmark Endangered Species Act a move it says will reduce regulatory burdens but critics charge will drive more creatures to extinction fish and Wildlife Service assistant director Gary Frasier says lifting blanket protection for newly dean threatened species is a good idea we can regulate

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"frasier" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"frasier" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"You say no then you okay we'll take Frasier they say no okay well then we want you know decided you know start cherry picking and and and it is just it's it's they're offering to you know you'll get taken with you know you're not offering enough well you're you're taking too much and he said he I he man I want to be fleeced it's like a like again it the OBGYN for the Yankees the win every year not they win it this year with what a nice trade but they got part of the team then they don't do anything for the next couple years then what let's go to Lou in Astoria Lou on the fan Hey Tony how you doing I'm all right and how we Johnny on the hall of Famer it I mean mom deserves what he got and you know and some of the guys that would be of course that a guy the H. but what is your drinking about if you play for the Yankees okay the opportunity is there because the team is always in the play on the fifteen th back what we went with one player that can make you your career but at a good example is why would blame Mike Mussina who by the way and claim and saying and all the players into the Yankees even a rat to win a ring because that that's what they that's when they the winning and and and and not only that but it makes a better player I mean Mike Mussina into a career with the Yankees okay I guarantee you he's the a when I believe it's Rachel I'm all for it is there a new so I do have to go to seven and nineteen like you do with Baltimore he will be like a and and and then we don't to two point five or something any definite what went quite a few twenty games a year what is your thinking about that because I think the active even Derek Jeter in more what they would both play for the match and I'm not taking a little you know is that a better way to Yankee fan and I am a galley went I retired so I had to wake up local black in the morning again like every game with all the way to the Max and then a few more so now I read out to you what is your thinking about that what I use it right I mean I assume it is what it is I mean if you've been with the Yankees of someone so I've been with the Yankees this although it wasn't with the Yankees where were the numbers have been I I don't I think Messi is the scene yeah we do when he was in Baltimore where he was a Yankees pretty much the same pitcher I you know the Yankees Lamar offense but I I don't know I think he's still the same guy eight seven seven three seven sixty six sixty six back to reset the program right after this attention the Virginia citizens defense league is selling the alarm America's freedoms are under attack.

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"frasier" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"frasier" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Say a five point four three well she's got two hundred twenty six thousand on it alone it since day one maintained it all myself and been keeping up with it it's been feeling like come summertime it's been lagging on power and I thought it was like AC compressor just hold it down in the hole in the back but that's not the fact trying to see what you guys kind of think it could be wow I mean that's a very limited information when you sit down on power I mean is it is there it just doesn't feel right I mean I I am having a hard time me coming off still coming off the line like at a stop light or you talk about when you're cruising in trying to get up to a faster speed so when you're coming off the line so you're at a stop light it's got plenty power to get up and go as soon as it gets kind of top end speed it it likes to a go into limp mode kind of dealers hold on sing is it actually is our check ins line or anything cause into going to live motors that just that the kind of Frasier using I'm just afraid of me like it so that when you get up to me top speed I mean to see your salary for the light it shivered Armel you get up to let's say were in town so we're going forty five or fifty in that range can you help crews are long flat does it maintains speeders it feel like you got to keep feeding the throttle or will it will just use okay it maintains speed but it feels like a hello explains feel sluggish okay so you've got a down shifted to get more speed okay okay okay so you're going forty five and you know you want to maybe change lanes.

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"frasier" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"frasier" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"I can't see in your he pursued my I just want to gain I just want to congratulate Elian phrase I want to congratulate them inspired me they did Elian who phrase Fraser Fraser is his name Frasier is it Frasier I believe Fraser from Australia yeah I don't rate at least that's what they kept saying that I've never actually seen as names will that I calm phrase but freight I believe it's razor and that Frasier so there's no I in there I do not believe there is I know her obviously how better than I know him but they're just such good people I like them and their families are so nice and all that meet the dog that was in the dog the dog was there but not at the wedding they brought the dog but the dog was not in the forest okay what was going to bring that up yeah I guess they're out there for like two weeks a brother that I don't really know I I thought the dog will be in the way the forest yeah I know I know I would have loved the dog had been there but it was a very it's just wonderful let me ask you this question and then we'll we'll move on let's say okay so that happened no big deal wedding hook up that's fine now everybody comes back to Chicago right real life were back at it we're back in the everyday what is what is the what if bride circles back it was like okay that was the wedding thing whatever but you guys will live in the same city you should have dinner or something do you do you do you do you entertain that why not yes or do you be like no I remember the guy you hooked up with the wedding and that what is I have to do with anything I'm just asking I'm asking you entertain course or do I be like and she didn't she didn't want to make sure he's in Australia ready ZZ back in there yeah no I don't think it will it wasn't like we were both vying and then she chose him like we never met we met I met I met her like and she's based on her way out the door so like yeah it was it now that would have been something and see if we have both been talking to her all night and then she goes home with the other guy that you'd like me right and in that sense that but definitely entertain afraid if I do I can you ever get out of your head the first time you ever saw this person who you're not dating to it when I was somebody else yeah yeah yeah we all get it in you know all of us do yeah yeah you're right yeah I mean I mean I was somebody need to be so for even right yeah mate he died when he met a phones no its neck I heart radio music you should know featuring stayed trampoline.

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"frasier" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"frasier" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"From how we are from Saturday with Frasier getting hit and then a couple of batters later two batters later was our got hit and no warning issued Arianna wasn't thrown out after the warnings way after the warnings that to both benches and so obviously there was a lot of anger there and it was good to see whether it's justified or not do you could make the argument and how he was touching on this during his broadcasts and you just heard you know a listen now have you had to change up it wasn't head high it was a change of band no praise you're taking first phase was a tying run so you would think that a very at a was going to go and had some one that he wouldn't have done it with barbecue of Lee and change up and not putting the tying run on over there at first base but I was glad to see for what it's worth already some anger and some passion shown by both Frasier and by Callaway too and again you know we're all the you don't Mike pulled love breaking into the story about Brody van bandwagon throw in the chair on a Friday night you can make the argument that it was really job will pull on moral as getting the word to Brody van bandwagon to be thrown that share everything begins with the job world fun so again Callaway not the best manager in the world and probably he's going to be gone after this year the bottom line is not too many metropolitan fans find him to be on the ball literally and figuratively that's for sure and the record does speak for itself and as press conferences leave you scratching the head with a jaw dropping in the eyes popping out is he really talking about the same game you just saw yourself with your own eyes the so we'll Callaway we listen to an experiment that day hasn't worked outside the box was this choice for Mickey Callaway the the former pitching coach in the same thing with the band Brody van bandwagon and with no experience whatsoever and it's been showing so the bottom line is some changes have to be made but where the change is not going to be made as well all of this begins and that is with the job will upon running the show one eight seven seven three three seven six six six six number to call Scott is calling from Dick sales Scott you're on the fan was gonna how are you okay sky what can you say what's going on well I don't know true or possible mom my son who follows the subject closely said that the match legally in Cologne said they do and I don't know exactly the number of blogs say it's twenty one number out yeah I was just which almost which almost seems impossible half the season so no I know it said twenty one blown saves only one closer still there right last I saw was like forty wins and fifty losses right so I think in most cases genes that are inherited a certain point in the game there's a way to win seventy five percent of those games that which you pretty normal sure sure if not more and it would sure now would you don't want to change going down hill in in going down the tubes jednom the manager are you getting on everybody it's very frustrating but when you have that many blown changed in your ten games under that they would have won seventy five percent of those polled stays they would be pretty close to the top of the division what what I could and should you know who's to blame where is the blame squarely belong well with personnel and and again choices and decisions that have been made that have not worked out and we're talking about a bad boy band and you're talking about Bob bullpen the word there were better guys out there to get but of course money was an issue and with the will ponds it's always going to be a major part with the money and there were better bold plan types more established.

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Colorado man beat fiancé to death with bat, burned body: police

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:56 sec | 3 years ago

Colorado man beat fiancé to death with bat, burned body: police

"Two. On Colorado's morning news. The teller county man will stand trial in the disappearance and presumed murder of his fiancee KOA. Newsradio is Connor shreve is live with what happened in court yesterday. And where we go from here. Connor lots of testimony from investigators who interviewed the nurse who dumped Kelsey Berith cellphone, Idaho. She apparently told investigators she saw Patrick phrase a bag she thinks inclu-. Barrett's body and the bat she says phrase used to beat the mother of his young daughter to death. She apparently was in a relationship with Frasier. The nurse was in says he tried to get her to kill multiple times. But that she couldn't bring herself to do it. What she did do was cleanup Barrett's home where the alleged murder took place a scene. She described as horrific with bloodstains over the walls and floor and furniture and toys Frasier apparently told Kenny he wanted Berith dead because she was a bad mother to the couple's daughter next up a hearing four Patrick Swayze. That is now set for April

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Report: Patrick Mahomes Could Land NFL's 1st $200 Million Contract

Operation Football

03:03 min | 3 years ago

Report: Patrick Mahomes Could Land NFL's 1st $200 Million Contract

"Collar Murray is deciding right now, I don't know if it's as simple as like head versus heart. But he's choosing between the sport. He has loved most football. And the sport where he has already been a notable investment in baseball. He is already the ninth pick in the draft five point seven million dollars available to him. But part of this dynamic is the long term future for Colin Murray. And it's imagining what you would be if you hit your apex in both sports in the NFL three years is the time you must wait before renegotiating a new deal. And if you're a first round pick, your make it very good money. Right. I mean, like, I think lavar Jackson's total value was around six million dollars. But if you're the fifteenth pick in the draft, which I believe could be the case for Karla Murray, it might be closer to fifteen million dollars. But in the MLB sick about how long guys have to wait until they get the proverbial second bite at the apple right? I mean, most baseball free. Agency, see are twenty nine thirty years old Bryce Harper and Manny Machado are total outliers at the age of twenty six if because they were such proficient talents. They are able to play their precocious right like eighteen year old guys being called up to the MLB. We'll get commerce twenty one. So he's going to have like six years of service timer seven years of service time before he even gets a chance at a contract if he comes from the NFL, and he balls out and he's good enough to get a contract extension in three years two. Things are true one. It's going to be for a ton of money to it's going to be for more money sooner than navy. He would ever make it as MLB career like hitting that two hundred million dollar plateau on the MLB is not that easy soon enough. And I'm not saying every quarterback. Well, but we'll Patrick Mahomes will do is. He will reset the market soon enough because the salary cap is going up and the price tag of quarterbacks is going up. It's going to be that thirty seven thirty eight forty million dollars a year is the price for quality quarterbacks. But isn't that a big question Mark with Calum Murray, though, like how do we know that he is going to not only live up to the hype of Patrick Mahomes or even lesser any any, you know? Starting quarterback solid starting quarterback that it's gonna make a good contract. Calamari is five foot nine. We're in baseball. We kind of know what we're getting. There's less variables. We know. He's going to be a really good baseball player. It's a little easier to scout. And the athletics who have one of the best baseball scouting department's understanding that. That's the reason why they took him at number nine. Isn't there? A big bigger question. Mark on the football side. There is unquestionably a bigger question. Mark about that unquestionably question Mark on the football side in terms of will collar Murray scratched the top of the surface for him and that just like scratch, scratch the ceiling. I guess if I wanna make up a Frasier, right? So the bird in hand of baseball the night. Overall, pick is incredibly alluring. I'm just saying if color Murray's mindset is hey, I go to the highest level. I hit my ceiling in both sports. I don't know how you can possibly make the case that baseball has better long-term upside. I mean if Machado and Bryce Harper right now can't get the

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Accused American ‘spy’ in Russia has 4 passports

WBZ Midday News

00:46 sec | 3 years ago

Accused American ‘spy’ in Russia has 4 passports

"Guilty to a conspiracy charge. Wieland's lawyer says his client is planning on pleading not guilty. The fiance of this Colorado. Mom, Kelsey Berith is being sued by her parents ABC's aerial Russia with the latest parents Kelsey Barrett. Now filing a civil lawsuit against their daughter's fiance. Patrick Frasier just hours after he appeared in court on charges. He killed the Colorado mom this suit accusing him of wrongful death, claiming he acted it's either the perpetrator or excessive to the murder of Kelsey Barrett. Her parents, also. Alleging negligence saying frac- inflicted physical mental and emotional acts of violence upon Kelsey Berith prior to her death. There is last seen November twenty second Thanksgiving Day at a Safeway

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