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"jared hall" Discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

02:52 min | 11 months ago

"jared hall" Discussed on College Football Live

"For the waiting. I did saturday night. Football in norman this week. West virginia faces heisman hopeful quarterback spencer rattler number four oklahoma that seven thirty eastern on abc. And the espn app. Right now the time for a little segment we call weekend storms. We're going to talk about a team or player that impressed us in week three. Also tell me david and harry why you expect. It might continue going forward. David review the florida gators. I know they've all. I know i know what i was. I was impressed with what. I saw the hill alabama ninety one yards rushing. Outgained them by over one hundred ten yards like this is. This was an impressive especially the way they start. It was twenty one to six before you could blink. And they fought back and gave alabama all they could handle. I don't think florida's going anywhere. I think they did a really good job this weekend. And i think they'll continue that throughout the season. David i'm going with fresno state here. Look they were obviously pick early in the season. To upset oregon. They didn't do it but they did. Hang with them and then obviously this weekend they beat. Ucla one of the hot teams from early. In the season. I love this team. Jake hainer was playing through some pain. Great quarterback at the very worst. They've shown that they can hang with every single team the pac twelve. I think that they should be the favorites in the mountain. West speaking of pac twelve south champions ladies and gentlemen. Put your hands together for the byu cougars arizona arizona. Utah may gone. Be what you want to start to the season. Darren hall is absolute. How do you replace a a quarterback all time. Great quarterback top ten pick. From a year ago jared hall running around making plays. Byu congratulations on the stars. And harry. they ain't going nowhere they ain't and you know who else ain't going anywhere. Dj graham this interception. Look i understand that. He probably shouldn't have grabbed that football because of field position matters. I do not care. This play was incredible. It is an extension showing. How beckham's catching twenty fourteen on sunday. Night football changed the game and it was just an incredible incredible play. These are the types of place that oklahoma is going to be making during the season if they are going to contend for the college football playoff all right. I got you wind coastal carolina. Way to go umass up next seventy eight people. We're back tomorrow fairly be buffalo. Espn college football. Podcast is now five days a week owes curb streets and pollock kevin. Gandhi are back. Joined this year by matt. Barry paul finebaum booger mcfarland. Joey galloway and me three when we get reaction monday mornings two ranking reviews on tuesday nights.

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"jared hall" Discussed on Pushing the Odds with Matt Perrault

Pushing the Odds with Matt Perrault

04:07 min | 11 months ago

"jared hall" Discussed on Pushing the Odds with Matt Perrault

"That is too small of a sample size to evaluate. But i do like jared hall. I think he he's fitting. Well i it. I like home dogs in the situation. You're saying routers home factor. I absolutely one hundred percent agree with that. I would lean to the dog. I'm not sure that they can get the win. But i can believe in them. Cover the spread. That's all. I think that they can get in instead of a one eight. The last ten years the holy war has been. The last ten times has been played. Excuse me the game has been cited by eight points or less. So i'm hoping for another one of those either side to win it and be under eight points all right. So where are you on the cy hawk game here iowa iowa state game days going there. It's a monster game. I covered it for years. Iowa state is all in five in the last five one three and one against the spread. Matt campbell has never be in iowa. How do you feel about iowa. State the best for me.

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"jared hall" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"jared hall" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"What do you guys. What do you guys. Think about the Early response only my answer. Still what response. I mean if we're talking about march still all was shutdowns and trying to you. Know tell people to burma's which is perfectly fine and then it was mad rushing to grocery stores and pick up staples remember trying to get the store isn't there is nothing there by and we all start. Doing sour dough breads march. I mean that was the response was chaos. There was no organized responsible. I was fortunate in indiana like we really did face a huge amount of shutdowns of all throughout this entire thing. The verse is probably the very beginning where they put us on like a curfews. They were still deadlocked. My head and have a piece of paper that i can go to work and then my work schedule change because the word yet piece of paper and a showpiece with the outside and things like that s. What raises that libertarian. Acadamy like yeah blows or before you get too much further. One of my favorite people in world is joining us right. Now give me. Do you doing great so air we got. Of course it's at after. And we've got king giardi jared hall Dirt dirt on the ellen. You with me. That's a lie. I'm not okay that might be needed given the conversation. We're having all right so we're actually the month of march and we're talking about kobe. Response or lack thereof or confusing covid response and lack of testing. And all that fun stuff. Can i interjected you guys to see that. Trump signed the stimulus bill. I was thinking he was going to do that. I think he was going to pocket. Be toe that and and Yeah bill game. Did he get his demand that he wanted as far as the individual payouts. No it's still going to be the six hundred dollars. But he has his Pushing them to increase that adopted. They're gonna do that. I it puts Leffler and warnock in a really interesting position. Oh not warnock Purdue in a really interesting position because they need him. They don't wanna do this and i don't know we'll see what happens all right so as interesting. I'm employed for another year. I guess do Excited to work. We had three days carryover funding so didn't have to worry about it too much anyway So march what were you. What are your thoughts about the the response. It could be local or federal You know when we were talking about march that shutdown and all that stuff how do you what are your criticisms or audits of what happened there per you asking you. Oh well. I'm a teacher so i was have to say. We started off going into parent teacher conference days and then spring break following that. Yes so and the lockdown happened in as we were going in just after we went into that mode and i was pretty grateful At the time. I was teaching in high school and the day before we went on. Break this kid just went into an explosive co- cough all over the classroom. Like i've never seen anything like this kid. And he it was slammed from cdc. And so we were. You know we've got the kids out of the room. We started cleaning it up. And and i said you know. I don't think he has covid but if does we're infected. There was nothing to protect us. we did go back into the classroom This year the school year briefly. I teach in special ed and it became very evident that that wasn't working and our numbers were getting much higher and Our principal asked us what he wants to do. Will follow your lead since the department of education is going to do anything about it and we all decided. We wanted to go back and work at home. That teaching two days a week in the classroom with special ed kids who didn't really want to be there wasn't worth our health and it wasn't really getting the job done so i am looking forward to going back into the class but after i've been back since he's little germ wagons learn how to put on a bucket mask. I always tell my wife like you're when they start school year. They need to do like those. Karen silkwood showers that the school is still steve. Yeah and as far as the shutdown go here in new mexico. I they've been really effective Our cases were we had a high day where we hit almost four thousand in one day which is ridiculous in a state with two million people that prompted further restrictions indoor dining was shut down and since then the cases have been going down. Pretty steadily are seven day rolling average. I forget what it is right now. I haven't actually haven't looked at it in a few days. And yesterday we only had six hundred nine cases which is staggering. I think it had been what we had a day last week where it was eight hundred and something but that was the first time it had been below a thousand sense october. Yeah well do you think that. Was you know it was the the election and thanksgiving kind of combining to Kind of boost those numbers. Could i certainly do think that I voted in person And there were people in line who were wearing their masks like it was a chin bra or not at all and i couldn't believe it You know i think for the most part. I see a lot of compliance with the masks. And i think that's a smart plan.

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"jared hall" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"jared hall" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"All right. So let's move on to march march. We see the speed best when we start especially get real for a lot of people. And i remember my last weekend. The four Oral shutdowns began I was. We actually took a chance to get out of the house. We drove up careful not to touch anything. Pennsylvania we went to the northern panhandle is doing a radio interview that weekend. But we went up to the Fiesta wear factory up newell and and you know into weirton. Had some nice spinner was nice weekend and then after everything was over we got home. Everything shuts down. And you know. No one goes anywhere for for your. I still have even gone back into the office of minutes. It's still not back to normal. So what was your last normal weekend. Like what do you mean this more and more shit. No last normal weekend. 'cause i remember it was my birthday. We had a bunch of people over made taco clatters qudos. Listen everything like that Yeh good old time anything like that you know. Some people didn't show because like reports had been starting amount like eight lula wary and But you know a lot of people did show up. Luckily nobody got which is fine. I mean showing my friends at the news. Just kidding tied of actually. That was one of my biggest was right after that my birthday when everything started locking down in south carolina was how many you nasty ass people weren't already washing your hands like that was the biggest baffling things the fact that these to be released guidelines as a way to bend the virus and the spread stuff like that and people were still upset about it. I'm like i don't know who i was always like. I remember when i was little. I didn't wash my hands after using the rest. My grandmother's at the hell out of my hands. Get back in there. And watch a you know i it simple basic hygiene and doesn't even what's even more baffling vivo. How mad we are up is like basic hygiene should not be a trigger point anyway but that will buy last normal weekend. I celebrate my birthday came to the realization. That a lot of people i know are gross. Major well It was probably either our state convention or it might have been a week afterwards from we had kimmel. I had a couple of people over. We don't usually have a lot of people over to begin with so i think we had our friends. Danny laurie over. We played board games and then there was no one coming into my house again for quite some time so yeah in fact i think when we finally that people back into our house it was the same couple came over. I so We're to at march comes in and we get a lot of and this is the beginning of you know really the auditions getting out and giving Differing guidelines is different rules. Some states shut down some states. You know our little more lenient You see there was actually a difference between Governor cuomo in new york and mayor de blasio in new york city actually Governor cuomo told us Early onset hidden shutting down here city as a response a and probably was kind of related to the idea that that new york it was one of the early hotspots because you were having so many flights committed therapy. You're having normal travel Spread there so quickly The other the other fault that i find in the early grown virus in the you're seeing it now is the guideline that you don't get treatment until you're on death's door. I think that's ninety percent of the reason why we're seeing people dying from cozy that instead of treating early on when you know like with with trump in october you treat him on you hit. It will be antibiotics and all they could stop. They tend to have better outcomes. If you're waiting until they're having you know inflamed lungs blood oxygen dropping. That's great you know you're more likely than not to see them. End up in the are and up in an icu. Unit on a ventilator in possible that was that was the thing that that that struck me early on what it's like. Why are we telling people to wait until they're on. Death's door before getting either going to get tested or may parbat march was that we just didn't have testing it. You know for people to get tested. But you're waiting for them to get on death's door or even multiple now. This was the crazy thing for me. what are you guys. What do you guys think about the early response. My answer still. What response i mean. If we're talking about march still was shut. Downs and trying to tell people to burma's which is perfectly fine and then it was mad rushing to grocery stores and picked up staples. I remember trying to get the stores and there is nothing there to buy and we all start doing night. Sour dough breads march saw. I mean that was the response though is that was chaos. Like there was no organized. Response law. I was fortunate in indiana like we really did face. You know a huge amount of shutdowns of all throughout this entire thing. The diverse is probably the very beginning wherever they put us on Curfews they was still talked. I had to have a piece of paper that i can go to work and then my work schedule change because of the word piece of paper work and showpieces with the outside and things like that. That's what raises that libertarian. Aquiline me like yeah well before before we get too much. Further one of my favorite people in world is joining us. Right now do you doing. I'm greg so air we got. Of course it's at master. And we've got king giardi jared hall Dirt dirt on the ellen with me. That's a lie. I'm not okay with that. Might be needed given the conversation. We're having all right. So we're actually in the month of march and we're talking about kobe response or lack thereof or confusing covid response and lack of testing. And all that footstep can i interject. Did you guys to see that Trump signed the stimulus bill. I was thinking he was gonna do that. I'm going to be toe that and and.

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"jared hall" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"jared hall" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

"Excuse me. Pta's on the show is. I didn't know if i would be able to ask questions that that. Pt's would care to listen to you. Know what i mean like. I didn't know if i would like i was like i don't know if he's as wanna listen to me. I for me. It was like more It was more psychological. Like i don. I don't think they care like Who care well first of all. I don't think anyone would care. The initial duped care about these things and i didn't know if i knew enough. Eta's cared about if qualified to talk about it. So what's something i or the show dude would be more inclusive. I mean just what you're doing having pta's taught you know come onto the show and talk and we're interested in patient care to. We need to know patient care because we're seeing visions. That's a reason. Why a lot of ta end up in con. Ed classes especially things like like. I'm getting ready to get certified in the mackenzie courses. I legally cannot perform half the stuff. That mackenzie is doing. But i need to know and understand this process. Better treat my patient. So i leave the you know some of the diagnosis of the assessment stuff to the p. T. but i still care about patient care so just having. Pta's on including them in conversation and just Making it well known that it's it is were all in this for the profession and the betterment and the treatment of patient care and we're not in this for physical therapists. That are the doctor physical therapist over here and then the pta russia side. So i will never brush anyone aside especially if they would like to have you rate for three questions. I'm ready three questions. Brought to you by our friends from our medical staffing leaders in hashtag travel. Therapy if you're looking for a position if you're licensed and you want to do what you wanna do. Which is be a great pto pta. Where you want to do it and where you want to do. It is personal to check them out online a u. r. e. westmedical dot com at his a. You are medical dot com. And i will say don't have a bias when people hear travel. Pt they're like. Oh hey it's probably just outpatient orthopedics and maybe there aren't pta slots actually. They're both and there are multiple settings and you can travel with a buddy you could team up and go. We want to go here and you can do that so again. Go that website a. r. e. us medical dot com. Casey klein urine arizona. But let's just say in the future you have that crystal ball and we can go anywhere we want. Where would you go anywhere in the fifty states. We're the first place you're gonna go posts copayments Lead safe to fly somewhere. Gosh i have a couple of places and it depends on the time of year. So it's like summertime. I'm going to idaho wyoming montana if it's more fall i wanna go to like new york boston. New england states. All right so you cherry pick it. I liked it. Our question is a what question. What something you've watched read or or listen to a book. A movie podcast. This is how. I build my netflix queue. My reading lists and everything like that. What do you think of. Bring value to the audience Well i'm reading the book By ryan hendrickson that you had on the podcast long ago. So i recommend him. He's awesome. But i'm gonna do a two four This one so i would recommend modern paintcare. Modern pinker is awesome in terms of continuing education and getting Pain science education and a better critical thinking clinical skills i think. So bankers pretty awesome. Wanna give a nod again ryan henderson tip of the spear great book interview did an episode with him not long ago story awesome starting like rehabilitation was in it. I was like it was a pretty big part of the story again. John nice enough to get us. Hooked up with ryan. I've minutes of that podcast. And i went onto amazon. Got his book right like done green beret like just went home and been like you know what here's and and just you know do anything you want. He was like this. Wanna do a back. And then the profession got him there. So that's all of this last question. We asked where we started out with people. Who is someone the audience you know more about. Definitely i would say. Mark kordula jared hall marcus lopez. They're all part of the modern paintcare group. I'm really really sharp group of guys. They i'm lucky enough to work with mark conjul every day. He works erica. And he's tickled my brain to the point of like tears that i just. I don't understand. I mean he's amazing like he's totally changed my thought process on patient care and how to talk to patients how to treat patients and it has a lot more to do with what's going on in their head than anything physical so i'm really really change changer. Game changer for patient. Care worked with martin. That's kind of cool. He said how by the way he's awesome. And so he and jared hall modern paintcare. If you're interested in pain this is not a paid. Endorsement is an unpaid endorsement. Which is some of the best. Jared hall and i got to team up for the oxford debate in chicago a couple of years ago and i. I don't wanna say if we want her lost. That statue of will we were in chicago that year. They al capone is now here in the bookshelf with studio because we might have come out on top and he did. He's had some great analogies that were actually related to pain. that year was is social. Media hazardous to the professional physical therapy and out and say we run too hazardous. Hashtag hazardous mom all right. That's three questions brought to you by our friends from medical staff and go to that website a u. r. e. u. s. medical dot com lasting.

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"jared hall" Discussed on Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"jared hall" Discussed on Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

"That's not counting the couples that were watching what I'm saying so probably ended up at least one hundred folks in the room watching this thing and I just did it from home and they did it for moment at the same principles that I just talked about four. The leaders applies to parents. S- all of a sudden we're providing Scott and these folks. I didn't have to pay for them to come over. You know and I I ended up giving them a thank you. You know but I didn't have to pay the drive over and all of that. It opens up the possibility for me to use someone from literally all over the country. I mean what good we ask. Won't Mueller or CARE Pallor. Anybody you know for that matter Even if you WANNA do like a next level bigger event with somebody that's really well known you might still have to pay them. But you're saving by bucks that thousand bucks just on travel alone you know. So there's so many Opportunities like that as well so parent meetings would could be something. It's a great opportunity for you start. But here's why telling us now. I think it's important to think about. It now is that it could go on that list that we all have of. You know it'd be a good idea and we just never get around to doing it. But now's the time while you have a little bit of margin for you. Maybe start to map that out and start to calendar. Oh I WANNA do four of these next year. I'm or or maybe six of these every other month. I'm GonNa on Sunday night. Go ahead and get that on the Church calendar. So that's what's important. Think about it now number. Four as far as zoom related goes would be next level discipleship classes could happen with students. Resume even before school starts so whereas in the past. I suspect Y'all have had the same challenge that I've had a thompson so I'm like man I'd really love to give with students. Odd really good with that. Some MIDDLE SCHOOL MINISTRY. Only for a long. You know for most of my time here. Johnson ferry I are the parents going to be able to bring them and drop them off or not. You know again same thing but now with the potential doing something over zoom it really opens up the door for US. Forget zoom fatigue. For a minute I get it. Anybody else gets half empty right. I mean that's a whole bunch of us. Are we understand I get it? I'm not saying it's not well. I don't know that I'm fully buy into that being a total think to be fair but I think it's more about content and what we're offering but that said All of that will go away at some point so then we will have a tool that we've created here that people are used to that we could buy into so think of it in a positive way like that like you may be thinking. I mean I never WanNa do zoom again after all of this. That's a that's not the that's not where you want to be with this thing. This is a great opportunity going forward for us to say okay. Well when everything's are back to normal re purpose how could I use this new tool? It's not new right. We could have done this four months ago. We it wasn't as common right so if all of a sudden though were able to say to a group of kids. Hey man yeah. Let's every Friday morning before school starts. Yeah I'm at my house is ready. Let's jump together for a quick thirty minute emotional or what I mean. I mean who knows I mean? The opportunities are endless for that So there's there's just a real opportunity there for next level discipleship free to go deeper with a handful of students. The way that played out for me was I I've been wanting to take a students for a while through the deep dive. Bible study where I teach students how to actually study the Bible when it comes to like using a study Bible coordinates and and just threw it out on one of our Winston Middle School zooms. Hey does anybody WANNA be a part of the same thing about doing it and add ten kids. Just go on man so what I have to cut short hair and because I got a jump on that call with them. Eleven fifteen here a little bit Going right into that with them and they're just me no resume and we're just GONNA keep meeting you know and come fall. I think what I'm GonNa do is do the same type of thing you know where we We're going forward so I keep doing other groups so yeah that's another opportunity So that's the first four any Elizabeth Palmer Second Anybody have caught on zoom relate zoom related things. And then I've got four other things to think about as well which got my Chris. I love what you bring to the table here. Buddy especially the idea about the zoom fatigue. I mean yes I I'm over zoom meetings. You know but but today I'm I'm just excited about getting on here because I knew it'd be a lot of folks knew we'd have some great conversation and so there is something to be said for. Maybe doing something different on soon. You know have you tried bringing anybody Into your kids meetings to make zoom little to different different feel gas can make or anybody else you or anybody. Well Yeah We. We brought jared hall on twice already bringing him in again next week Okay and and you might think normally just to be clear you might think.

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"jared hall" Discussed on Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"jared hall" Discussed on Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

"Laughed and joked about this offline all of these churches now. All of us are having to film ourselves. Teaching how many pastors youth pastors are watching themselves. Now Thinking Oh my goodness that's what people have been listening to and watching for the last however many years like so. I think there's things like that. That hopefully will great. We'll take value from. I just want us to learn and grow Say That about it. I said that about pastors. Let's get hot that right now. I said like facebook on Sunday morning. Do when your facebook feed? I suspect that there are some pastors. That are now watching themselves and going. Oh no this is not yet no wonder no one. No one ever fall asleep. This is what this looks like in Church while okay. Yeah Hey one one resource for you know again. There's so much content so much for all of us to choose from. My team is going through faith for exiles right now by David Letterman and Mark Matlock. And it could not be more timely Just from a thinking through what our kids are being influenced by from a digital Babylon standpoint. You'd have to read that Takata's thank Daniel Limited Babylon so good. We're the pro. I think I think marks GonNa come on the PODCASTS. At some point soon he and a text a little bit just trying to figure out how to work that out and But man it. It's really good right now Just to be thinking through some of that some good stuff. It's good anybody. Wanted anything else out there that they meant to say this. Is your one chance to be the PODCAST? Speaking on behalf of all passers in the world. Jody everytime won't see a Volkswagen van. Not Think about you literally every time. It never fails Nan and then every time to. He's Chris. Every time I choose I think about Jodi so yeah. Any sends me a picture and a video. That's not always true. Okay Sir that is one hundred percent true. I'm I'm a half expected you to turn on your camera today. Listen quote unquote to my wife. Last night I tipped it in the morning to go. Get some cheese just to make the joke if it'd be eating at driver there so well. Hey thanks folks for jumping in here at hanging out and being honest and up your hearts this man hopefully some folks will be blessed by this and realize that they too are They too are you know. Let's say that they're not along that we to struggling with them was what I was going to say. And because it's tough right now and but that said and there's a lot of really good stuff happening and God's doing some really cool stuff and at the end of the day hopefully. We're all going to be better. You know better for this so Jake thanks for hanging out with man from the. Ym Three Sixty man again. One of our sponsors there went through sixty. Can't think those guys enough. They really do have ton of very unique resources right now that that you should be tapping into. And then jared thank you. Man Appreciate you jumping in hanging out a way to way to blow our minds? I appreciate it. I'm glad you're taking all these things I've taught you in utilizing them so well. That's just not true at all I. This is true though. I'm actually I do the level of magic. I do now because of a moment at Texas Conclave with Jared Hall when he showed me a card trick and it caused me to end up digging a whole lot deeper and doing a whole lot more than it was done at the Tom. So that's that so. Thank thanks thanks. Everybody else or just stepping in and be an honest and Jody appreciate you man hanging good luck in California and you guys are definitely. GonNa be the last state to get going on Monday that right now. Yeah well you know. We're not the left coast for nothing so ego. All right thank you. Everybody appreciate y'all..

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"jared hall" Discussed on Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

11:16 min | 2 years ago

"jared hall" Discussed on Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

"O Sport Dot Fun and Jody you have it I have it. I love the place of Sport. Right now. I'm Langella. Yeah I'm I I keep saying I'M GONNA go grab it from the Church and set it up in my house brand at the house. Not You should go. Ooh I should totally do that. But in my front yard play my front yard all your neighbors will come right over man the whole having to touch the disk part thing that touchy bring. Your own disk. Bring your good times all right man. Well Hey thanks for that and Well I'm ready jumping up. Say It really turned out great and thanks for everybody jumping in and get up slightly. We'll jump in a lot of fun. Today we go way everybody. Welcome to a special episode of the longer haul youth ministry podcast. We are joined here with a few friends. Indeed around us doing zoom meet up because we're not totally sick of those yet. We totally don't have enough zoom calls in our life right now. No so we thought we ought to know so now we invited everybody. You know just friends jump on and got a group of folks here just hanging out. So we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA enjoy our time together. We've got some questions that we would love to. Just get some insight not just from Jodi and I but from a whole bunch of on so we're GONNA pick everybody's brain and just jumping this thing and just do the best we can but we didn't want to just come in his be just us all talking. We thought we would have a little fun in two ways one. We wanted you to be. We wanted you to have a moment of enjoyment personally but we also wanted to give you a resource that you could utilize. We'll talk about that in a minute though but as many of you if you listen to podcasts you know. I do magic as a hobby but one of my buddies that does match way better than me as a guy. By the name of Jared Hall and I said Jared Hey man he been talking he's already been on my youth group twice Since all this went down and said hey man will you jump on our podcast zoom? So y'all do me a favor and welcome to the podcast. Zoom my good friend Jared Hall. Hey it's so good to be with you guys If you know who I am seemingly before you know magician. I'm an illusionist. If you don't know who I am names Jared Hall and live in Nashville Tennessee from Texas. Originally Philip so you can you can let me in the inner circle there but traveling delusions and attempt comedy from time to time but really the whole goal behind what do is ministry based. Obviously which is why. I'm here and Chris and I hang out a lot because he also is the magic So we are To Magic dorks But we we have a lot in common As I do most of you guys so Today he really said Hey. Why don't you come on and let us chain stops? We can have some fun at the beginning. Something Different But also to kind of just let you guys know that I have if you haven't seen on social media or my website of you. Don't follow me on facebook or instagram. We pretty much don't have a future after this want you go ahead and do that That would be amazing. Jared Hall Dot Com. That's the website with links everything but I have put together. A virtual show as many people are starting to do. And we've been doing that for the last almost four weeks now. Three and a half four weeks and has just been great. We've we've used a lot of different formats a lot of different platforms. Matt's on your. He used skype live one night. It was great I did one last night for daring. He had a he had zoom. Zoom is actually the great greatest platform. I think just because I can reach out and pin a student in call on them and Interact with him and it's not just me just straight live into the camera Although that is great as well when it when it fits your thing but this afternoon religious wanted to come on encourage you guys let you know that I'm in your corner Many of you guys partnered with my ministry in the past but we are bringing the virtual show To you guys and Basically just put it out there if you would like to have me part of your Wednesday night or Friday nights. We've done on every of the week. So far not just pinned into Friday's anymore Wednesdays anymore but Just trying to put myself out there for you guys as a resource. I know it's getting to the point to where you guys are trying to figure out what's next in this whole thing. Where where do we go from here? We've done this that and the other now. What so if you're interested in a little bit different little It's also engaging in just kind of a fun night sometimes You just need a breast Of of different and encouraging so I am doing like a little mini message. If you wanted to do a breakout thing my wife and now we're actually talking last night about putting together a a like a little mini Session that you can do afterwards with your breakout groups to so many pastors doing their own teaching having might special event night doing a little challenge themselves after my show in in breaking up into small groups which is amazing so we might incorporate that Over the next week or so into this and just want to let you guys know that we're here and we're not people asking. What are you charging for? This isn't listen about a week and a half after this quarantine Started I found myself to sit on the catchy and cadbury eggs waiting for eastern hit and realized that I needed to make changes In my own life and just get up and get active in and start to do things because I just felt like everything was over in a matter of four days. I lost every event Pretty much through June And that was back in March. So it's just crazy for us as a as ministry as a family And we're doing okay. We're GONNA make it through this and we'll be fine but I just said you know what I wanNA. I WANNA still make myself available and put this resource out there. It's different. It's not just a video you download. It's a live event. It's me in person in my living room in the moment talking to your students talking to you gauging and so that's that's all that That commercial is out there. It's done. We're not setting a price on this thing. People said what he charged for this word leaving that up to the churches to decide if they can donate to the ministry And you guys can just partner with us and do what you can do in the season. Budgets are all over the place You know no spins zero spin. Here's how much you can spend what you spend on. All that stuff is in in the mix here In so we're just trust God and we WANNA partner. We want to just do as many of these the apart as many of these as we as we feel like we can and if so if you reach out to us you can go to the website. There's a page linked there's a booking form you can send us a message. You can just send me a text message if you have a cell phone or if you have my friends on facebook whatever but just if you do it to the website on checking those meticulously. 'cause they come in all formatted Message on facebook. Just give me a minute to Sift through that. But all that say Men I the last eighteen years have been doing youth ministry alongside you guys which are on the front lines and known Chris for for almost that many years. Doing this as well as some of you guys Darryl Daryl's probably booked me twenty times over the last eighteen years. Whatever it is Maybe more now that he doesn't live in Alaska anymore even more because he's He's really close to Disney on. Chris you need you need to yeah No but seriously I consider myself to. Some degree a youth pastor I don't necessarily to fight all the battles on the front line like you guys do but I'm in your corner and what you guys to know that and anything I can do for you specifically Were here and I know that. That's just a small little resource that you guys have but I also have you know other connections in people in friends that you go men. Were looking for this trying to do this or do you know anybody. That's doing this Want to help you guys out anyway. I'm I'm jumping in. And this is my third youth pastor kind of Zoom connect group. If you will that I've been apart of over the last two weeks and it's great to just kind of jump in it not not necessarily just to do the commercial but really just Kinda here the heart here the pulse and get a firsthand account of what what you guys are doing dealing with. So I'll just let me job infrastructure. One thing I would just say to everybody. This is really the resource part of this thing. Generally is available. And he'll do it. You know for you whether you can afford to do it or not. I mean he'll work that out. That said one tip that I would give you is i. It's we've passed the east get momentum part. I think a lot of us right now are really struggling with the had a we. My kids starting to get bored with Zoom. My kids are starting to get bored with the same thing over and over again while doing some light rain jared hall on. There is a great moment for you to say it. And even even if you reach out to some of the The camp pastors that we know about these different folks. There are a whole lot of people just sitting at home right now that you'd be surprised if he reached out to them that they wouldn't come on and do a fifteen twenty minute thing for you and you might just give him a little. Thank you of some type or whatever just to be you know because they're struggling as well But what helped us with? Jared three weeks ago because we kicked our whole thing off as A. Hey here's how we're going to start this thing. And that was helped that helped bill help us build momentum but then we can't him on again where it was like. Hey Jared's coming back you know so. That was super helpful. So that'd be great. Hey Listen folks. Thanks for thanks for that. Thanks Jerry appreciate man and We'll see when we see So Hey we're GONNA hang out here and we're going to keep going on this thing. Jodi. Let's Let's jump into this from him. And we've got some folks here we've got like twenty or so of a little bit more than twenty people here. A lot of youth pastors from all over the place You WanNa just in with some questions that we haven't get some people chat and what you think and then I'll just remind you again if there are things that you would want to talk about. Her address mentor. Those in the chat. And we'll get to those As we go I think our goal just off the front You know even already talking about the fatigue of this zoom thing video chat like we get it. I think we're all tired of this very very tired of this and so it would be easy to come in and talk about how tired we are of this since our hope today would be. G- urging edifying in that and so. I'm curious and I'll just open this up. You know what what kind of things within the context of all of this now. What are some positive things that you guys are seeing Come out of this whether it's personally whether it's with your students are.

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"jared hall" Discussed on Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne

Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne

06:32 min | 2 years ago

"jared hall" Discussed on Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne

"We're ten season. They're still giving us new names for zombies. That's good and it kind of fits. When I first heard it I did not hear refers. I don't know what I heard. But a a herd represented we watched. Oh Yeah I guess they do ripping apart a Ha exactly sheet that I guess the first time he said were I was thinking reverse from From firefly firefly yeah So did you figure out exactly why Virgil was like putting her off and saying. Let's do it tomorrow morning. Was He gonNA let her go? I don't know I didn't I couldn't figure that out even on the second watch I was like. What is his motivation here? He daily lie about her show. He did live out the the weapons. So I mean that wasn't gonNA fly forever. Yeah Yeah so the standard jared hall our gripe once again the scenes were really dark. They did a really good job over the last few episodes of kind of lightning lightning them up making it more watchable and you know this was not Yeah there's a couple of scenes that were tapped for me. I watched on TV. And a laptop I Oh go ahead your turn your turn. We think we see again. He stayed on the island. I don't think so. I think we have a better chance of seeing King. What's his name again versus versus. Actually seeing Virgil again. So I saw a couple of parallels with old stories and these current stories new stories. I really thought that virgils decision to walk everybody. was kind of like Gabriel's decision to lock all of his parishioners out. Yeah Yeah I still I I would. I would have liked better explanation of why that group hung themselves. Did they just give up on giving out getting out and they wanted? They didn't want to die of thirst or starvation. I I think I'm more of the belief that it's because they were hoping that they wouldn't get ripped apart. You know so I kind of just was trying to figure out what virgils whole deal was aside from just losing. It and I decided that he had this whole Charles. Manson trip going on. This island has a gift. It can help us away. It helped me. Rh lawyer role. See and I was like okay. So when did this become an episode of Law a? Oh yeah so I did like the part in her conversations with Virgil though where he can't finishing her sentences and was like. We've already have this conversation three times. That was interesting I like that. Yeah because when you're stoned I wouldn't know well at like so i. I did that when I was high. Winds on Pi also like come out of surgery and been like that and the people are like. Yeah no this is like the third time we conversation or I'll be like have we had this conversation before it'd be like yeah. I would have to say have been on more on virgils into the conversation just because I worked in the recovery room for so many years as a nurse like when people coming out of Anesthesia. It was exactly that it was like. Yep. You've already told me about your fabulous. Who's waiting for you out in face recovery? We've talked about her about ten times now. It's funny I liked the vision of CDC although there was party that was like Yup Abby. Nash was the only character that they could get. Who'd been killed off to come back and be a vision. Couldn't get channel rigs. Yeah so to be entirely fair. I I don't know what Andrea looks like these days So I I can't attest to that. The lake looking at when they were all linked on their knees. And everything and just like Maggie was so like skeletal thin and she looked so you know like desperately sick. Yeah I don't know if they could have repeated that and then of course to have everyone lined up and had them look like exactly the same. I just I. I'm okay with them using the old footage. Oh I am too. I just like I said I felt like they did a better job. Cutting the old footage in the new footage together in the Shown sequence as opposed to at the very beginning during the cold open. Yeah I do like how we did get a glimpse of the old mish shown right there at the end when she made her to wander buddies and she was wearing the Poncho and everything Pretty quickly I was gonna say her choice to give up the dead to help the living. Yeah I did like that. Could you imagine how terrifying that would be to be those two people who are trying to make it to that caravan and like this lady walks up on you as a sword end to walkers on a chain and you're just like crap..

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"jared hall" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

08:11 min | 3 years ago

"jared hall" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

"Think that's hard sometimes though especially when you're on a big stage if you've got a big following wing eating a little bit of that humble pie is hard when you when you're thinking there's so many people watching but you need to do it yeah. I think it depends on how you set yourself up yeah so I like to. I think that the people are aware that sometimes I throw out some just some thoughts and I don't think anyone would suggest the I'm the you know the the smartest guy the block and that fits me and why do kind of perfectly. That's it the end of the day. If you set yourself up that you're brought. That's all I'm then you're going. That'd be wrong monitor the days if you set yourself up to be inquisitive and you know maybe a little bit fallible and actually getting shit wrong occasionally then you know then the bats hopefully fixed the persona more real a top people all the time when they were starting out broadcasters coach him. I'd say listen if you're trying to be. He's someone you're not the audience might not know exactly what's disingenuous about this but the no something isn't jiving quite right and they'll reject it. They'll just know something's weird. I don't like it yeah. People do have a way of sussing out who you are and your personality what you get across and you know I think the more and more social media connects us and one of the things that I think is cool about that is that you know. Hopefully we project. Check the Siamese Mitch as we are in real life you know I think that's why you have to have an alternative design. Just go with who you are what you do if you mess up you mess it up going to take a quick break. When we come back I do you WanNa talk about critical thinking and and social media and how I thought and looked at it as hazardous us. We'll be right back to the PODCAST. WanNa thank Brooks I H L Brooks Rehabilitation Institute of higher learning offering offering residencies fellowship education orthopedics women's health geriatrics neurologic. PT Pediatrics Sports. That's an overview of their residencies. He's checkout what they have to offer at Brooks H. L. Dot Org world-class educational opportunities to the local and regional community. Check them out brooks. Ihl Chill Dot Org support the show telling a friend or by leaving a review on nineteen's or Google play. This is the time cast. We got to ask you three questions. Benny ready for three questions depends what they all and it's going for it on the hunt seat with three questions on the PT podcast brought to you by our sponsors Arias medical staffing quite simply. Lee Ben the organization that fines and PTA's jobs here in the states the leaders and travel do you guys have travel in the UK. Is that a thing in in what sense so so essentially you get to your licensed physio physical therapists mistakes and you want to go live in New York but you want to do a job in Chicago for like thirteen weeks vaca- like a work vacation. They'll find you a position. Find you a place to live. Get your license exported because we have differences per state for some stupid reason but get your license from New York to Chicago Illinois and then find the position then if you if your dumbest Chicago after thirteen weeks and you want to work by the beach in Florida they'll find your position there. Take you guys have that well. I think the difference is you know we don't have if we have different counties right but we don't have states with their own legislature and that kind of you you guys are much more you know you st stay is much community country isn't it and Weiss probably about the size of the UK to be fair well. Texas probably a few UK's right essentially the benefit of finding an organization like Arias. They're going to do the hard part of finding in that position for you. They set it up. You show up and do the thing that you want to do which is be a great physio. That sounds like it takes a lot of trouble out of especially if you want to got because I want to go and work in Florida no doubt or California. That's the first question is. Where do you want to go in the US states? If you had thirteen weeks to do it would be Florida or California -fornia. The cool thing is you can do both because you one the other I mean I've been to qualify for probably into a few states. I've been fortunate after work in Steitz but you call not California you know I'm going to be. I'm going to be honest if I was to live anywhere in the state to work anywhere in the state. Yeah that would probably be beware Nice. Second question is a who question who is someone. The audience should know more about who someone who who maybe is doing some great things but isn't so loud on social media but still has some really good stuff to add. There's a few one of one of my good friends. Tim Beams James. He does not work. DNA why guys from Australia for with Laura Mosely and those guys and Tim's really smart cookie rookie doesn't work at teaching and stuff like that but maybe isn't as much as a loud mouth is as million and some of the other Brits that are out there you know other people are Nilo Porno really smart really great on the corner statistical side of things and yeah just people are probably just might might I to have more self respect than these degenerate social media types and to these guys who the hell needs is my loud mouth thought you know it covers other insecurities and deficiencies last question on three question is is a what question what's something that you either read downloaded and listened to watched watched something that really inspired you something that the audience can add to their reading list or watch list to find some inspiration either inside of the professional outside doesn't matter all these such tough questions. You have asked me anything about their opinion. I'll answer it. You're you're. You're throwing curveballs here so I actually actually read a book recently. I read a some Dan Pink recently which one I'm reading one right now. Oh God now you've put me onto the pressure. It was to sell US human. Yes it was not it was Dr Drives Great. It was Dr and just made me look at things in you you know because some of those type of books modern Malcolm Glad Way Talk of staff you know sometimes can be a big hit and miss on some of the information in the museum is is a little bit journalistic sometimes compared to research stuff but I really like damping. Can I just think that sometimes getting away from too much hard hard information having things a little bit more digestible we ready. Bang you will actually you can read it in the bath. You guys do that a lot of a lot in the bath. I love reading in the ball. It's my favorite place because you haven't got any kids. There's no I tend not to buy with my kids and my wife and I just find the likes of getting away time Tom Yet pink is that book drive is is. I think you chose a good word digestible. There's enough interesting stuff in there but it's not it's not so dense that you've you've got to read it every couple of chapters twice but good book yeah. I think that's the point. Sometimes it's like you know when we think about patient education how much of it can sometimes is be quite hasty and actually sometimes you need to step away and just have stuff is easy on the Brian all right you're off the three questions brought to you by our sponsors. Arias Medical Michael Staffing. If you'd like to do that thing that's travel physical therapy you can do it essentially do what you want where you want to do with the P. T. or physio where you want to do it positions in all fifty fifty states a friend of mine just got a position Alaska so she's going to do that for about thirteen weeks so check them online at Arias medical seven as a U. R. E. US medical dot com you hey you are. US medical dot com critical thinking and social media a guy by the name of Jared Hall and I got a chance to do an Oxford debate at our next conference a few weeks back in the topic was actually about social media the question the prompt was is social media hazardous hazardous to the profession of physical therapy and jared and I were actually placed on the pro side meaning that we did we had argued saying.

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"jared hall" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"jared hall" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"I like Bryce Brown and the combination of Bryce Brown and Jared hall makes these guys very very very dangerous oracle would national title. Orca wouldn't ask you now. I will say this. However, don't get too caught up in that. Because again, they went up against Kentucky. It's a rare moment first of all PJ Williams is a man. Can I say that PJ Washington? I'm sorry. He's a man he is a man that brother came on. He bald play twenty eight thirty seven minutes had twenty eight point two eight shots. I mean twenty eight and thirteen that's what he finished with PJ. Washington is a main that brother was special. I was disappointed read Travis. I really was he just he couldn't stop anybody. When it really really counted. You know, it was like they will attack him at every turn. And I'll tell you what I'm also interested in. I listen killed in Johnson. These again, fourteen points. I expected more from him. I really did. But you know, I was really disappointed with John Calipari. And I'm gonna tell you why had nothing to do with the game itself. Because now like the man didn't know what he was doing as a coach. Is that the personnel? You had couldn't get it done. They can make shots. You didn't have pure unadulterated shooters out there. I can't believe I saw our Kentucky squad was such a suspect back on. I really couldn't believe it. And then I got to thinking back in the day. Like John wall was an all American out of the Washington. Wizards play the Kentucky. John wall was a start at Kentucky. But didn't really have that jump shot and it costs them. In NCAA tournament. Find a four if I remember correctly Derek roles within fational at Memphis, and he was something special to behold, no question about that. But wasn't really a shooter. Plus Petillo is why Kansas beat Memphis for that national championship because they were spent come overtime after Mario charleena's hit that three to send the game in overtime. That was the patacula. Here's the thing when you look at John Calipari. And you think about the sensational guards that he's been able to recruit. How many of them have been straight up bona fide shooters? They can play they can handle they could get to the rack. They got hot. They scared or anything they can defend all of those things are true. But where's the straight up bona fide shooter from the God? I mean when you talk when you talk about Derrick rose at Memphis yet. Chris Douglas Roberts there. Okay. 'cause he could shoot. There's no question about that. I'm thinking back to the days of John Calipari UMass when you have Michael Williams who could shoot and Lou row was a man amongst boys in the post. Plus, they had Marcus Camby this back for something. You your work with snapper star? This is in the mid ninety s that's how far back John Calipari goes. But when you look at some of the gods that he is recruited. Evidently is a struggle to find shooters. Hagans was no threat from the outside. They were damn their daring them the shoe. I mean, the only hit one of four fifty point Reyes. But I'm just saying they were laying awful. And I'm surprised at Calipar couldn't get those guys can find somebody that could really really shoot, rob. But that's just me it at eight say ESPN, it's edited seven to nine three seven seven six euless love to the Stephen Smith show. ESPN radio is being news. We'll get to your calls on the NC double A tournament. You got offered Virginia. Michigan state and Texas Tech in a final four. Who's a big surprise? What you think it's gonna happen? Now. And what do you think about that Zairean Williamson and Duke Ma

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"jared hall" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"jared hall" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"You don't have a motor playing thirty five or forty games college. How the hell can I trust you to have a motor where eighty two games in NBA cameras? These stay in school. Period. I cannot believe that he wasn't ready to go. And I felt so bad for ion. Whereas because ladies gentlemen, be cleared. He's playing all by himself damn all by himself. The Loria actually played a good game hit all five of his bachelor's help down low. RJ Barrett did have twenty one points hit seven seventeen shots. But when crunch time really really mattered. He wasn't that dude. Okay. I guess you could say was playing alone. But I'm just saying we're not think about the expectations of Duke, and I look at how John Williamson played and what a man he has proven to be. I mean, laser gentlemen, hops, consistent that effort consistent his prowess on the defensive side of the ball consistent. He even hit a couple of threes. That was consistent get to the whole finishing paint. Like a man that was fit. I mean, all the things that he's been showing us all year long. It didn't dissipate. It didn't dwindle. It didn't diminish one older in the postseason. One MVP for the ACC tournament was ball. Calling for Duke throughout this tournament on Williamson is something special to behold there is no debate. Here's the number one overall pick. Where would you prefer to go? That's the question. Do you wonder what the Knicks do you wanna will abroad and the Lakers where did you want him to go? That's the only thing to talk about. There is no debate Zion. Williamson is that special. He's that special. I barrett. He's a nice player. I just want to see him use his right hand more. But he's a nice player. He'll be a top five pick. He's a nice player. Cam reddish. Boy did not come on to do. I mean, Candace was such a disappointment dish year, you strictly hiring him. If you draft them, you're grabbing him full potential. I'm talking about is Lonzo turns off his level of productivity is such a disappointment. It really really is is hard to put into words. It ain't say ESPN entity seven to nine three seven seven six. I'm gonna tell you something else too. Even though dukes mop pick was North Carolina. I mean I walked into the weekend. I was in the top one percent of the brackets. And now, I'm off the planet. My god. I thought Duke was going to the final four. I thought it was going to the final four. I did want Virginia to go to the final four and identified and pick Auburn because they were in North Carolina's region. And I thought North Carolina was going what a disappointment North Carolina just got their butts waxed. They got beat up. Auburn just took a toll. Now, a tell you this or if it's kind of nice, and I'm a fan of Bruce Pearl, but Auburn is kind of nice. I just got. Tell y'all is kind of nice. It really really is this kid Jared Harper. Man. Let me tell you. Jared hall cat quick not the greatest perimeter shoot in the world on the shot wanted one of six from three point range dash true. But I will tell you when you look at Jared Harper, I got admit to you. Skid special. He showed dumb and bald out. I got a lot of I got a lot of respectful he bought her. But this kid, you know, who I'm a fan of. I'm talking about for purposes of the NCAA tournament when we're looking at them. And we're saying y'all what's going to happen here. I gotta tell you. This kid Bryce Brown shot maker. He's one of those dudes with you could just give him the ball and say here take media. He's one of those dudes that you could say cleared out. I got this. He's one of those two..

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"jared hall" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"jared hall" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"He bought up, but this kid, you know, who I'm a fan of. I'm talking about for purposes of the NCAA tournament when we're looking at them. And we're saying yo what's going to happen here. I gotta tell you. This kid Bryce Brown shot maker. He's one of those dues where you could just give him the ball and say here take media. He's one of those dudes that you could say cleared out. I got this. He's one of those two. I like Bryce Brown and the combination of Bryce Brown and Jared hall makes these guys very very very dangerous over would national title all wouldn't ask you. Now. I will say this. However, don't get too caught up in that. Because again, they went up against Kentucky. It's a rare moment first of all PJ Williams is a main. Can I say that PJ Washington? I'm sorry. He's a man he is a man that brother came he bald played twenty eight thirty seven minutes had twenty eight points ten to eight hundred shots. I mean, twenty eight and thirteen that's what he finished with PJ Washington is a man that brother was special. I was disappointed in reach waivers. I really was he just he couldn't stop anybody. When it really really counted. You know, it was like they will attack them at every turn. And I'll tell you what I'm also interested in. I listen killed in Johnson. These are forty points. I expected more from him. I really did. But you know, I was really disappointed with John Calipari. And I'm gonna tell you why had nothing to do with the game itself. Because not like the man didn't know what he was doing as a coach. Is that the personnel? You had couldn't get it done. They can make shots. You didn't have pure unadulterated shooters out there. I can't believe I saw Kentucky squad was such a suspect back on. I really couldn't believe it. And then I've got to thinking back in the day. Like John wall was an all American out of the Washington. Wizards play the Kentucky. John wall was a start at Kentucky. But didn't really have that jump shot. And it costs them in double tournament. Final four. If I remember correctly Derrick rose was sensational at Memphis, and he was something special to behold. No question about that. But wasn't really a shooter plus fatigue. Is why Kansas beat Memphis for that national championship because they were spent come overtime after Mario traumas hit that three to send the game in overtime. That was patacula. Here's the thing when you look at John Calipari, and you think about the sensational gods that he's been able to recruit how many of them have been straight up bona fide shooters. They can play they can handle they could get to the rack. They got hot. They scared anything. They can defend all of those things are true. But where's the straight up bona fide shooter from the God? I mean when you talk you talked about Derrick rose at Memphis yet. Chris Douglas Roberts there. Okay. 'cause he could shoot. There's no question about that. I'm thinking back to the days of John Calipari UMass when you have Michael Williams who cashew and Lou row was a man amongst boys in the post. Plus, they had Marcus Camby this back before you your worker. Snapper star. This is in the mid ninety s that's how far back Dom Calipari goals. But when you look at some of the gods that he is recruited. Evidently as a struggle to find shooters. Hey, guys was no threat from the outside. They were damn near daring them the shoe. I mean, you'll hear one of four fifty point Reyes. But I'm just saying they were laying awful. And I'm surprised that Colorado. Couldn't get those guys can find somebody that could really really shoot, rob. But that's just me at eight say ESPN, it's editing. Seven to nine three seven seven six euless lobster, Stephen Smith show, ESPN radio ESPN news..

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"jared hall" Discussed on Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

13:22 min | 3 years ago

"jared hall" Discussed on Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

"Please. Feature presentation. Jarratt hall everybody. Oh, yeah. Houses of people. Wow trays there there are quite a quite a few crowd here for coming. Awesome. To watch this radio radio. Magician hotcakes radio. Okay. So case people don't know who you are. Because this will also be on a podcast later on give it quick word as to what you actually do for a living, which is amazing. I am a magician or allusion est depending on. Yeah. How baptist? You are. Exactly. How far south? I am. No I've been traveling for the last sixteen year. This this year is the sixteenth year been traveling fulltime do ministry as quote, unquote, a magician or looseness, we partner with churches and conferences all over the country and even all over the world. Now, we we got to go to. Hong Kong last year and the year before that to be a part of the first ever youth conference in Hong Kong, which is amazing. So we just we do a lot of stuff in the local churches as well as conferences events like like, we're right now conclave, and so yeah, that's been the story. The last sixteen years we do about one hundred events year and three and a half years ago. I got married and my beautiful wife is of intrinsic Quist. So that has just amped up the game even more she's been traveling in her own, right? And she's standing right. I'm laughing at him saying go ahead saying what? No, I don't wanna make. No, it's fine. So it's really this anyway for all you listeners out there. She's beautiful. But yeah, so we've been travelling together for the last few years and kind of get into share that together. So that's even that's even more crazy. But it's fun. That's cool. A lot of folks minister girls are going to know you because back did you have done so many camps, and so many different conferences and all that sets great. You're not I'm not trying to big time namedrop here. But you and are friends we hang up I'm coming through Atlanta, Marietta, diarrhea down or maybe. All right. So unless they're packed. Let's go to. Literally just happened. That said here's what I know about you. And I'd love for our listeners to hear about you. I know you love Jesus. And I know you really are committed to your calling when it comes to that. That's awesome. That said what also new is you really are a product. You got great parents and a little bit of parents met them few times. But you also you're really a product of youth ministry, and a lot of ways how about a little bit of that story for listeners this for us like and also in the context of Saint of folks that are listening. Hey if you're serving teenagers. Here's the kind of impact you can have on a kid. Yeah. Grew up in the church. My dad is a music pastor. He's been at second Baptist church in baytown just east to Houston for thirty three years on staff there. So I grew up in the church. I was there every Wednesday every Sunday every Monday for prayer meeting every Tuesday visitation, I was there but Wednesday night. From the time. I mean, I was probably seven or eight years old when I I remember actually going to youth group. I wasn't in the youth then, but because I was at church so often I mean, I was I was even in the youth group before I was allowed to be in the group sixth grade. But yeah, the the youth group that I was apart of had a huge impact on my life. And specifically I went to church for for many years because that's what we did. And in middle schools when I gave my life to Jesus when I when I personally realized that that was a decision that that I needed to make and I made that decision and so from that point forward. And I began to serve a different in the youth group even at an early age started playing drums and was on the worship team different things as well as doing magic. But I didn't necessarily do that at church, but yes, so growing up in the youth group. My youth pastor. Super encouraging on so many different levels. But as far as what I'm doing. Now is concerned. There was this one moment we were at Texas super summer, which is a big deal for us as the leadership camps kind of like impact and different things here in Georgia in different states. But at that event the skit guys were actually performing, and I think this was man this early on in the skit guys days to and they were doing this mission impossible skit where I think Tommy took off these glasses and he threw them out into the crowd. All right. And I'm sitting like ten rows back, and I just ate up anything like this anything that wasn't like a band or the speaker for the event, which always love those guys too. But like anything that was different just with the nature of me doing magic of a so into into that. And he threw these sunglasses out into the crowd as part of the skit, and I remember closing my eyes and reaching my hand up in catching these sunglasses, and I could not believe that. I caught I was just like like, you know, and I slowly lowered them down. I'm like, you know, like I caught these cheap sunglasses that bought at the gas station probably before they went on after they went to Burger King. And I kept those glasses for for a long time. Not because they were the skit guys. But because when we left that main session, we went to small group time and my youth pastor, and I after that smog group session after we kinda debriefed what had been talked about. He and I begin to talk on the way back to the to the dorm room. And I was just talking about how the skit guys. I love what they do. Love their message. I love how funny they were. And what they what they get to do as far as ministry, and I mean that's their job. How awesome is that? And I'll never forget my youth. Pastor he looked at me and said, you're there's no reason why you shouldn't be able to be used just like that. And whether it's on a stage like that or whether it's in a different arena. Maybe it's one on one. There's no reason why you can't be using your gifts to do that same thing. And that was the first moment, I mean, obviously, my parents encouraged me my come from very loving and encouraging home, and they always encourage my car tricks and things but for my youth pastor somebody who wasn't my dad. It wasn't like he didn't have to say those things to me. He didn't have to take that time to encourage me for him to say that to me. Man. It's sunk in deep, and it's still there to group it it's it took root and that see that he was planting. I mean looking back on it. Now, just to kind of go even further into this as a youth pastor knowing what I know. Now, I'm thirty six years old and my youth pastor at the time probably was twenty five, you know. I mean ten years ago for me what what was I do. And then what was I thinking then and who was I- investing in then for those guys for you guys as youth pastors and youth workers to invest in students. When you can do anything you want to do, but you're choosing to do ministry, and you're choosing to do it. Right. And you feel called to this specifically sewing those seeds in whatever season, you're in is so important, and for me, I don't know what season he was in of life. I mean, I meet youth pastors daily that pick me up from the airport, and we're driving to their church or drive into the event. When we get to partner with those guys. And they I mean, they're in different phases of life. Some have kids. Some don't have kids some are married. Some are not married summer going through really hard times on their staff with their staff members or sometimes they're just the best places on earth. Whatever season you're in in youth ministry, don't hesitate to continue to so those seeds because even though you might show up on a Wednesday or a Sunday, and you might be going. You know, what I'm not ready for this on prepared? I don't have the skills for this. Maybe I'm not in the right mood, or in the mindset, if my youth pastor would have hesitated back then on me. I don't know that I would be doing what I'm doing. Now. I don't I don't know and to take that even further. I mean, Tommy Eddie those guys over time. I mean, I'm on some of the same stages those guys, and I remember the first event that I shared the stage with the skit guys. It was a skit guys one day, and then me the next day at this conference. And Tommy Nettie came up to me backstage in just about fell off my chair because I mean. I still look up to those guys, and they still have that impact on me. And the skit I don't even the mission impossible skit. I don't even remember the the whole message about that. But to this day, those guys still they still they sowed that seed in many years ago as a student in my youth. Pastor did the same an a different way. And they both just continue to water that that seed and guys like yourself. I mean, I look up to all you guys and youth ministry because. I get to be on stage for an hour, and I don't get to see necessarily what happens in the weeks to come in the months and the years in these students, and you guys you guys get to see the growth, you get to see the end result a lot of times and. A lot of times. I sometimes get discouraged when I'm just here for one night. And I get I get to kinda so that seed plant that seed and hope that something comes from that. But manage just an honor to be here, especially at conclave with all you guys because you guys are my heroes. So that's really good. Really what I when I hope folks here in that is. What your youth pastor did? And even even really what what time eighty in. That moment is is that they spoke the gospel into your future. Like, they helped you see beyond the moment. And I think for a lot of our students struggling like what what want from my life, or what it's from like how many times we have that conversation as a student pastor, right? What they did in that moment. Probably even felt really insignificant in the grand scheme of everything. But they spoke and painted a picture of what the gospel would look like in your life following that moment. And I think you're right. There's a lot of times as a student pastor where you come in. And you're just tired or you've had a really long week or you're not quite feeling. Well, and then all of a sudden, you're face with this moment that may not seem like much, but in the end carries beyond into a suit mask, great, and we're gonna we're gonna go for just a minute. There'd be a little bit of background noise here for a second. But we're going to talk for second lawyer because I think what I love. About this as well is hearing those little moments that we have really do matter. But when you're doing day in and day out. Sometimes we forget that. Yeah. Yeah. Sometimes we forget that those moments matter and your special like, you said taking that moment, but just huge ginned the impact that it's had and ultimately lead to you in which an now. The opportunities that you've had and how that continues to two and that was all the result of that moment. And honestly, and I think you would agree with this. He. He has a little bit of a hand in every decision that's eight as a result of what you're having to what you say. Well, and it's encouraging for me the encouragement from the skit guys or whoever I mean, there were there were a lot of guys that encouraged me not just the skit guys. I was just that moment for me. But there's been so many down the road. That I've gotten to meet that have encouraged me. But yeah, I mean, they are a part of everything from that point forward. And for me getting to to pass that down that that is what motivates me is. Okay. Who am I encourage ING who am I speaking life into who am I so in that seat specifically so that they can continue to go and do that? So that I can be a part of that legacy. You know? I mean, that's that's what it's all about. And as as far as students are concerned that would be the hope and the desire. I would think beautiful as a wrap this up two questions one. I magic trick. I magic trick ever learned. Yeah. The ball in vase Bala vase. Yeah. It's good with you. Don't know that just look it up. Above is second. How can we find you folks listening, and if they wanna find you your Jared whole dot com is the website? I am Jared hall on Instagram Facebook Jared hall fan if you find me on there, you'll feel the website you'll you'll find it. All thanks for hanging out. Hey, if you're sticking around he is going to do what he promised. He's gonna show y'all a how to do magic. If you're interested. Oh, yeah. And it's amazing. I think I'm gonna watch it as well as one of the best. So we're going to also and we're gonna go there. Also, great. Thanks. Jarrett's awesome. When I grow up. I wanna be Jared.

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"jared hall" Discussed on Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

09:00 min | 3 years ago

"jared hall" Discussed on Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

"Like the folks over at y three sixty they help make this possible for everyone and for us when it comes to the costs that are involved, you know, of hosting this thing, so we wind through sixty a ton huge resource to you for curriculum camp. D- now curriculum their games app. I mean, all of the things that they do is just topnotch, including trainings training top resources for youth workers as well. So if you're in the need for something looking for some type of content consider just taking a look at at their stuff. Good stuff for sure there's a promo code that help you as well longer haul. Gonna say twenty percent. So love this, folks. Yep. And also folks down stood ministry network. Yeah. Appreciate those guys as well. Student mystery network dot com. They've got tons of. Resources as well for. And I would say I mean, you I think those guys do have really really good job of helping you as a youth pastor grow, and I was gonna say mature, maybe that's the right word, but like kind of l'amour low more of a somewhat informal coaching some network that type of resources. Yeah. Help you grow. And they're they're they're just really, you know, diff- there for a little different than a sponsor. This really have just blessed us, you know, with trying to help make the thing happened as they believe in you've pastures and that parts huge. So appreciate that from them to Georgia Baptist mission gorge, folks that sounds that sounds so you know, but it is it is what it is some so south not also. But yeah, gets people also data. Sure. Okay. So I'm are you pumped dude is that your your magic trick? Today. No, I'm not, but. Mainly because if tell you this we're not there's no video. Although I do have an idea that I'm working on no joke. I just don't know if we pull off. So we did this interview at conclave. This is one of our interviews that we pulled off at conclave and really excited. Jared hall is who we've got on today's episode if you don't know Jared he is a travelling illusionist slash magician. That has dependent on hundred nomination, you know, who's been doing this man for a for good while now and. He's been just literally all over voice been all over the world actually doing this now and just really gets up. And he tells part of a story today about the impact that is youth. Pastor had on him, which is awesome. It's just a great encouraging stories out out encourages the listen from that standpoint, just as a little dose of encouragement Jody. I'm curious. I can't remember if we've talked a lot about. I know you ministry had an impact on your life. But is there like a specific example, you can think of how your youth pastor? Impacted you. Yes. So, you know, I grew up in a really small church in there wasn't like a. Long term kind of paid. Youth pastor position there. They were. They were there. A couple of folks though, that kind of took on the student ministry in a volunteer or maybe a part time role in. Yeah. Man. I think like coming in just they made themselves available. Right. And so a lot of things you'd imagine. They they had we had games and lock ins, and whatever. But just the things I remember most from that were just the conversations that would happen or hanging out at their house, or you know, I think just that they just seem to always be able to see more in us than we could see for ourselves. And at the time, I didn't recognize that at all. And I would imagine they probably didn't feel like era making much of a difference. But there's no question that I'd be that. I wouldn't be here today. Doing what I'm doing or even even really faithful as a believer without without that impact and influence in my life. Have how about you? What about on your side? Well, I mean, I, you know, my testimony as far as when I trust a crisis all Totta youth pastor a males completely entered in was, you know, our parents divorced the middle school. So go in up in a high school completely unchurched and attend. Group in the south. So of course, have heard Jesus, you know, maybe went to VS kind of thing a couple times, you know, as kid, but really understand at all in a youth. Pastor even though I didn't go to church. Ran into him. And he just said. Hey, do you wanna go to youth camp? Just invited youth camp out of the blue. And actually didn't even charge me for just said, look, it's covered. I got it. You know, I'm like, okay. Cool. You know, and I went and as a result of that. But then that same youth. Pastor was the same guy who also loaded me up in his car and drove me over to college like the college and went to university and introduced me to recruiter there and helped me figure out ministry there, you know, so huge impact in my life. And I'll be honest, you pastors for you as as you were talking. I was thinking like. Other youth pastors have come to my mind, even in college, and even after college, even as an adult. Who've just who've just had that that impact disciples me or give me wise counsel or encouraged me. So I I love that. I get to do this, man. You know? And and you 'cause I think today will be a reminder that. Sometimes we're in the midst of doing doing doing doing, and we don't all always necessarily see or feel like the impact is real. But how really feel like God is using us to impact teenagers and in ways that we may not ever hear about or we may get blessed to hear about. But I think it's happening. So now why we're gonna we're gonna play the the recording. But it, okay. So in Jodi, and I joke all the time about me doing magic as a hobby. I will tell you as much as Jody likes to make fun of me about this. And I actually know that he actually does appreciate it because he he dabbles in a little bit himself. He just hadn't said that out loud. Anybody? So that said that's true. I will tell you that it really is a great tool for me when it comes to hanging out with teenagers. So some guys may have that like, oh, they play XBox? Or whatever kind of thing. I don't really do that in other people. Maybe just have you know, maybe this. They're good at communicating and having conversations kids. I'm okay at that. But it for me, man. It's just been a really solid fun resource. Every once in a while to break the ice with kids. And so if you stick around to the end of the episode, if you've ever considered dabbling a little bit gosh when you say dabbling in the magical arts sounds like I'm Dave the satanism. Considered dabbling into the Janet. That's all. But if you've ever considered maybe, you know, I wouldn't mind learning if you cartridges or and I'll tell you about a couple of things, but you gotta stick around to the end of the episode and Jared man, listen Jared. One of the best. I love this guy personally for sure he's a he's a good friend of mine. So so obviously, I'm I'm a fan. But I'm also a friend of his and top of that, dude. I'm telling he's the real deal, but he is a talented magician like as far as magic does his up-close stuff and onstage, and he's funny. So so yeah, enjoy and stick around, and I'll give you a couple of websites that you can check out if you will learn a couple of things sound get. Yeah. Hey, we got we'll jump in. Tada. Please.

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"jared hall" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"jared hall" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"So I wonder about this. And we've talked a lot about it. And certainly others have around the country over the last year when Minnesota made the decision to move on from case keenum pay Kirk cousins, the money that they paid him. Kirk cousin comes into Minnesota first year, and they don't make the playoffs is that on Kirk cousins. I don't know he had the same essentially the same numbers that case keenum had the year before I just think that there was a belief system. That the dollars would be measured in his wins and losses and his production on the field and the NFL and franchises are searching for that guy there next guy. And sometimes they will you find position that they've overpaid in that role. And I don't know that they overpaid. But I think the expectation change when they paid cousins the money, and I don't think that was fair. Well, he got him. Let's be honest. He got him. We don't let star quarterbacks get two free agency. That's just never something that have never never ever ever happens. And here's an instance where a quote unquote, star quarterback got the free agency. But it wasn't. He's not a star quarterback. He he did. Okay. In washington. He came out. I think he was a six seventh round draft pick. And and he won the job. And you know, he had that heroic moment where he said how you like that? And so he had some excitement to him. And he created some. Does. But he's not the answer. He's not the guy that's going to take them to the promised land. And if he was they wouldn't have gotten them in free agents and the year before when Minnesota was that team and we're right on the doorstep before having the doors blown off in Philadelphia in the NFC championship game. They were there because of an elite level defense, which is what Mike Zimmer has always been able to do last year. Their defense wasn't quite as good and the offense didn't find its rhythm with Kirk cousins. Especially when he was pressured. He didn't have the same mobility the same run away from pressure. The case keenum had or that they had know previous to that. Around the league with with quarterbacks that can make you miss. So it comes back to this question of the young 's of Dak of Wentz of Mahomes of Baker Mayfield of Jared halls. Yeah. You don't question Mahomes? He's a bad, man. And you are paying him whatever it takes the keep him on the roster. Now, the other guys I mean, I would have said Wentz. But now he's got these injuries. The last few years where I'm concerned, I'm concerned. If I signed Carson Wentz. But they're they've already said it, and it's already out there. Foles getting traded foles going the way the contracts working there. He's he's he's gonna probably end up in Jacksonville or somewhere somewhere else. But I don't know. I don't know out of those guys who you actually keep Mahomes is a lock solid. You definitely pay him. Whatever it takes. And some of these other guys you hope that you can get them for mid range deal. You just don't want to have to break the Bank and break records every time you sign a free agent quarterback..

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"jared hall" Discussed on Remso Republic

Remso Republic

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"jared hall" Discussed on Remso Republic

"So you're real on me, some some Koerbel. This is interesting. This is where it gets hot and happening, folks. Okay. Let's get real controversial chief of staff. He. Okay. The person I would actually pick as my chief of staff is my political director, which is Jared hall. He is political director for the libertarian party of Indiana. And he is working on my campaign. And yeah, I would take him. Okay. Okay. Let's see. A lot of the west wing. So basically politics you've watched a lot of the west wing and house of cards. You're basically set right. I was like your mind Leona, Gary, what's? Okay. Press secretary. Oh, goodness. It's gotta be somebody is fun. Spicer. Spicer. Yeah. He was a real kick in the head. Please. At least tell me you consider athletes scare Mucci. Oh, yeah. He was my gosh. As I think he could get twelve days as press secretary. That just be funny to watch, you know, if we're going to go for entertainment, value and no-holds-barred why not enjoy it? Wouldn't that be wouldn't never fun, and you'd have teller just kinda standing quietly like wing? Okay. Take it. I don't know. What else he's doing right now? So making lots of money run in a Vegas show that kicks us. Board of eventually he can do both phones to this after this meeting. You can go ahead and go to the Trump hotel. I'll be pulling stuff out of thin air. Thank you. Okay. Polling things that us an air eagles. Excellent press secretary that one wasn't even rehearsed folks. That's good. Yeah. That would be good. Okay. Secretary defense. Terry defense. In it. Someone listening to this like the real hard core libertarian. They're like don't answer it. It's a legitimate. Don't sponsor it. God bless. Yeah. That's true. Yeah. Right. God. I don't know a lot of the people that I I know very very well. And I trust deeply to do a good job and stand up for what we believe in our would not necessarily be known to wider audience. So it would be a lot of people to work on my campaign already or people that I've worked with as of own tier in the libertarian party. So yeah, it would unfortunately for your audience wouldn't anybody? That's sorry. Scott horton. You're not hired. You know, I'll I'll say something controversial contact a little pressure off of who my favorite secretary state in the past twenty years has been and folks, it's not my favorite secretary is state. You know in the last twenty years is actually Chuck Hagel really is that because Hegel so Hagel was one of those piecemeal concessions to Republicans after twenty twelve but Hagel as a Senator was very was very anti-war. And I don't think people really give them credit for his service in the Vietnam war that man saw a lot of death a lot of unnecessary, death and him and Obama. They had this weird, you know, friendship going on because they were both anti war anti intervention senators. So when Obama pointed Hegel, I was like, okay. There's gotta be something weird about this. And people, you know, they tend to forget one of the reasons why Hagel got the boot from Obama was because Obama. Was doing all these crazy things to, you know, military policy at home and Hegel is like, hey, can't just do this to your soldiers and Odom like know your place, and this this Hobo Hegel actually start being an advocate for, you know, saying policy with you know, bombs drone warn everything else. He he got kicked out pretty FANG. So that show a lot of principal in that. And I don't think I think I think as his as time goes on histories Golic kindly upon days of secretary Hagel, but. Minor somebody who's in a position like that. And is willing to say, no, I don't agree with that and push against the machine because that's pretty high position. And sometimes it's easier just to do the the easiest thing and not site back. So you have somebody that up. He was a Republican appointed by Obama for big position. So I thought he may have thought that he was just going another puppet..

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