35 Burst results for "Jimenez"

 Giménez homer in 9th gives Guardians 5-3 win over Twins

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 6 d ago

Giménez homer in 9th gives Guardians 5-3 win over Twins

"The guardians claimed their second straight walk off win over the twins as Andres Jimenez launched a two run Homer in the 9th to complete a 5 three victory Cleveland leads the majors with 17 lasted bad victories 6 coming against Minnesota The twins carried a one hitter and a three one lead into the 8th inning before the guardians pulled within one game of Minnesota for the AL central lead Jose Miranda laced a three run double for the twins who dropped three of 5 in the series despite out homering the guardians ten to two I'm Dave

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Guardians rally in 9th for 5-3 victory over Dodgers

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Guardians rally in 9th for 5-3 victory over Dodgers

"The Guardian scored two in the 9th inning to beat the Dodgers 5 to three manager Terry Francona loves this team We're asking a lot of these guys I mean we're asking them to play the game at a with energy every day And I know they get tired but they bring it Andre Jimenez broke the tie with the bases loaded single and Ernie Clement followed with a sac fly all the damage of Craig kimbrell Eli Morgan got the women relief of Shane Bieber Morgan is three and two kimbrell now zero and three Cleveland's Oscar Gonzalez hit his first big league Homer Mark Myers Los Angeles

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White Sox clinch AL Central with 7-2 win over Indians

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 10 months ago

White Sox clinch AL Central with 7-2 win over Indians

"The white Sox have clinched the AL central title by taking game one of a double header with the Indians seven eight two Tim Anderson homered twice and had four RBIs while Chicago built a seven nothing lead by the second inning okay I'm on today and we we we play some pretty good baseball and thank you so people are you know what we continue to you know are you know keep Ballin through inotes of injuries and non no it's just a blessing you know beyond a mom you know your request today Luis Robert and Eloy Jimenez added back to back solo homers for the white Sox who will be making back to back postseason appearances for the first time in their one hundred twenty one season history the Sox hadn't won a division crown since two thousand and eight I'm Dave very

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Sánchez Error Leads to 7-Run Inning, Indians Slow Yanks 11-3

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 10 months ago

Sánchez Error Leads to 7-Run Inning, Indians Slow Yanks 11-3

"Another defensive miscue by catcher Gary Sanchez contributed to a seven run fifth in the Indians eleven to three thrashing of the Yankees Sanchez failed to catch a foul pop up during the rally which was capped by a three run Homer by Andres Jimenez Yankees manager Aaron Boone is actually usually really good with with pop up site you know I think you probably got a little too upright and and didn't move enough as it as it kind of worked its way back to the field but yeah I mean yeah you gotta make that play prime mill race double home run in the fifth one inning before belting a two run Homer winning pitcher errant's of valley pitched six scoreless innings of four hit ball Louise hill took the loss for the Yankees who fell a half game behind Toronto for the second AL wild card and one and a half games behind Boston for the first day a wildcard I'm Dave Ferrie

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Leury Garcia HR in 9th Lifts White Sox Over Red Sox 2-1

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 10 months ago

Leury Garcia HR in 9th Lifts White Sox Over Red Sox 2-1

"The white Sox pulled out a two one win over the red Sox and Mary Garcia's home run in the bottom of the ninth your great management great especially you know home this is one of the best moment for me that I'm coming so far Garrett Whitlock struck at Eloy Jimenez and Yasmani Grandal to begin the inning Garcia fell behind to before slamming a pitch over the wall in center Chicago took a one nothing lead and a three hit shutout into the night before Alex Verdugo hit a sacrifice fly with the bases loaded off Craig Kimbrel the outcome gives the white Sox a magic number of no more than nine to win the AL central and keeps the red Sox nine games behind the AL east leading race I'm Dave very

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Mexican National Team: Who's in, Who's Out?

ESPN FC

01:09 min | 11 months ago

Mexican National Team: Who's in, Who's Out?

"Let's start the show then with the big news from the weekend. Mexico after a long long wait finally dropping their olympic roster twenty-eight players name for that martino now at first herk we saw in the list on foresee. Today we find out. He's out of the list. Apparently wolverhampton is not going to let him go because it would cost them another ten days of quarantine on the back end so documented then replaced by sunday jimenez but really the story with this mexican roster. My goodness is who's missing. No tequila lozano actor. No the line is on top of the affor- mentioned no raul jimenez. This this is crisis alert. isn't it for mexico. Yesh mexican fans pundits literally grasping at straws are trying to point the finger trying to figure out what's going on been conflicting reports about it. He meant is already close. The door some are leaving a sliver of hope that wolverhampton in the mexican mexicans. Come to some sort of agreement. And that he menace can make that trip i. It's doesn't look good. It's a lot of star power. You mentioned the star power. That's a lot of veteran presence right there. That's a lot of important players missing for the mexican national team.

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Luis Robert Homers Twice as White Sox Pound Cubs 13-1

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 11 months ago

Luis Robert Homers Twice as White Sox Pound Cubs 13-1

"Louise Roberts land too with the white Sox five home runs in a thirteen to one laugher against the cubs Eloy Jimenez yes money growing dollar Brian Goodwin also connected for the white Sox who went five and one versus the cubs this year white Sox slugger Jose Abreu hit a two run double in a seven run fifth giving him one hundred one RBIs with twenty nine games left Robert Jimenez a good when each drove in three runs to support Dylan cease who tied a career high with eleven strikeouts sees limited the cubs to a run and four hits over six innings to help the AL central leaders stay ten games ahead of the Indians I'm the ferry

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Rodón Wins in Return From Injury, White Sox Beat Jays 10-7

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 11 months ago

Rodón Wins in Return From Injury, White Sox Beat Jays 10-7

"Carlos Roshan returned to the mountain allowed two runs over five innings of the white Sox ten seven win it's Ronald Rochon was reached for five hits hours after being activated off the injured list he hadn't pitched since August seventh because of a sore shoulder there's some limits on the dates for his pitch count how much we're gonna throw but goes that get out there I was I was shooting for six but got to five and it was good Louis Robert hit a two run Homer for the white Sox who also got solo shots from Jose a break you say Sir Hernandez and Eli Jimenez Tim Anderson had three hits and two RBIs Chicago gained a split of the four game set Marcus Semien homered twice for the blue jays who trailed nine two before a five run sixth I'm Dave Ferrie

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Jiménez, Hendriks Lead White Sox Past A's 5-2

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 11 months ago

Jiménez, Hendriks Lead White Sox Past A's 5-2

"Louis Robert had three hits including a home run as the white Sox rallied for a five two victory over the eighties trailing to nothing the socks scored solo runs in the third and fourth innings tied the contest then added solo tallies in the fifth sixth and eighth frames Dallas Crichel lasted long enough to get the victory improving his record to eight and six cockle enjoys beating the aids that's a great line up so I look forward to two days like this where you get to to face a quality line open and now they were with us last year so that's nice Craig Kimbrel and Liam Hendriks each struck out the side in their one innings of work Kimball reaching one thousand strikeouts for his career and Hendrix recording save number twenty seven on the season David Shuster Chicago

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Anderson HR for Chisox, Walkoff End in Field of Dreams Game

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 11 months ago

Anderson HR for Chisox, Walkoff End in Field of Dreams Game

"They built it they came in they played the first ever field of dreams game and it was a dandy as the white Sox defeated the Yankees ninety eight eight home runs in the game for by each team but the last one was the most dramatic is Tim Anderson's two run shot in the ninth one it gives Anderson on his aerobics the woman you know all around you know being able to walk it off is definitely for you know one of my one of my best moment of my career for sure also hitting home runs for the socks were Jose Abreu who E. like Jimenez and sepi Savala Aaron judge hit a pair for New York with Jian Carlo Stanton and Brett Gardner also going yard before the game commissioner rob Manfred confirmed that this will be an annual

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Jiménez Hits 2 Home Runs Again , White Sox Rout Twins 11-1

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:34 min | 11 months ago

Jiménez Hits 2 Home Runs Again , White Sox Rout Twins 11-1

"The white sox facing the twins in what was credible to me about this game which was on on. Espn television last night was the fact that it started out almost identically to how the white sox game against the cubs sunday night started out. If you remember on sunday night. Tim anderson led off the game with a home run and then three batters later eloy jimenez city two run homer tim. Anderson did the first inning. Here's the pitch hitting the air deep to let back toward the wall. It's he just got it over that wall. In left he's got another leadoff homerun and it's one nothing one batter in great length casts for espn thousand three batters later. Aloi team to the plate with runaround. I high towering fly deep to center. That baby's gone the sweet above the batter's by well over four hundred feet to run shot. It's rain nothing. Yeah it was estimated. Four hundred and fifty four feet menez was not done. He came to the again in the second inning with runners on base pitch hit in the year two left in the corner. That ball is god. It's a three run home her. Oh baby big baby keeps on hitting homers. He's got four in the last twenty four hours vinyl score their ten to one white socks over the minnesota

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Chicago White Sox Sweep City Series vs. Cubs

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:48 min | 11 months ago

Chicago White Sox Sweep City Series vs. Cubs

"Get into the good stuff last night at wrigley field sunday night baseball. The white sox goering for a sweet and man they jumped all over zach davies first offering you the game anderson drives wander right going back deichmann looking at it's dawn. I pitched a game and it goes the opposite way. A home run into the bleachers. Tim anderson with the jack and it's one nothing white sox boop shabby on. Espn radio with the call. Tim anderson actually was not in the original. Starting lineup. he'd gone into tony larussa office after the game on saturday talked about how he didn't feel good at the plate and then he was working on some things in the cage. Before sunday's game coach assam hitting the saw that he'd figured out some stuff with timing And they went to lure us and said he's gotta be in the lineup. He's gotta be in. The lineup and sure enough tim anderson talked his way in the lineup and he hit the first pitch the game for a home run. The white sox were done though in that first. Inning davies delivers swang clobbered centerfield. Or take a back near the wall looking at. It's gone tosses the back towards the white sox first base dugout eloy jimenez when his second homer of the year and that quickly it is three nothing and the lead would continue to build in that first then a swing and a bolt drill out towards left centerfield on its way and it's gone. Two run homer the third homerun derby inning and white sox have exploded. It's five nothing near the top of the first at wrigley on their way to a ninety three

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White Sox Sweep Cubs at Wrigley as Jiménez Drives in 5 Runs

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 11 months ago

White Sox Sweep Cubs at Wrigley as Jiménez Drives in 5 Runs

"Eloy Jimenez homered twice and drove in five runs as the white Sox defeated the cubs ninety three completing a three game sweep Jimenez hit his first home run in the first inning then doubled in a pair in the second and later added a solo shot the Sox actually hit three home runs in the first frame with Tim Anderson and Andrew Vaughn also going yard Dylan C. struck out ten over his five innings of work he picked up the win is the white Sox outscored the cubs twenty one nine in the three game set David Shuster Chicago

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Jiménez Hits 3-Run HR, Rallies White Sox Past Royals 5-3

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Jiménez Hits 3-Run HR, Rallies White Sox Past Royals 5-3

"Hello we are meant as belts a three run Homer in the top of the eighth to lift the white Sox past the Royals five to three minutes playing in just his second game of the season hit a Homer they couldn't have come at a better time for Chicago which trailed three to one before scoring four times in the eighth Kyle Zimmer served up the three run shot a what he called a slider that got away he suffered the loss which negated a quality start by Brad Kellar I don't make excuses it's just really unfortunate but I just I felt like that that could she slipped out and yelled out and that cost us the game the bullpen failure snaps a six game winning streak for the Royals will the A. L. central leading white Sox win for just the second time in the last six games I'm Danny cap

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"jimenez" Discussed on Relativity: The Podcast for Women in Family Business

Relativity: The Podcast for Women in Family Business

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"jimenez" Discussed on Relativity: The Podcast for Women in Family Business

"Unfortunately the last episode of the series. But keep your eyes peeled for nick series coming up today. We've got busy. Ot to humanise joining us to share her story in her family's story as he can he a foam pronounce. Tonight she clearly is no strain. Originally i look forward to hearing a whole lot more about her background and now she finds herself he probably a bit further away from the family basis than originally planned betsy at the moment spins must of the time in solemnity innovation but her family business has an education teaching school background. So i look forward to hearing all about this. Welcome betsy so wonderful to you on the show with us. Thank him so glad to be here. So give us a bit of background about yourself and your family origin. Sabatini story. yeah well. I'm from peru. My family ulcers from peru. And i i did almost all my my status back in peru and my professional spirituals to that and then i want a scholarship but high performance peruvian scholarship to come to study at the university of in slant a moscow. And that's why i'm here. I'll be glad to have you here with intel us about your family business and how it got started. Yeah so in hundred sixty eight. My grandmother was an elementary teacher as she was a struggling between Job and taking care of family. But this time mike grandparents had already seven children so my grandfather had a big property not far away from his house and to there. S moles cool. My grandmother became a teacher the principal she was in charge of running the whole business when my mom was sixteen years old to start to work as a teacher assistant in the family business. I'm by nineteen ninety mike Mother Left the principal and management position to my mother and her seaplanes. I was phrased in the family business and like any business. I used to work when i was a child there so i started there when i was ten years old and i was performing a secretary handing out flyers being a teacher assistance during somma to smoke kids and almost everything they needed to allow us allowed to do it. I will be there now. He took she had seven children already. Not in sixty ed. How many in your mother's generation also. Yeah they're nine and half their nine siblings. Yeah so even. In that time they have big families now. Of course when you mentioned before that you were working in the business we do. He quite often about child. Labor law firm of guests. We have been gangs jenny. But tell me what is one thing that you love particularly about being a family business and your family business and why that's the class. I think i love innovation out when you're family business. Everybody's motivated to find new innovative things to do it. United states lot. You always looking around and seeing lot of. We could do that in the school where we can do. These look what other people is doing. Because you actually take this company as part of your own family and you wanted to grow so all these invasion feeling and attitude is what i love. Most about family business gets into every single person within the family signing. Thank you for sharing that. I'm guessing with innovation and running schools of. That's an interesting concept. So how do you feel you. Family must be innovative in that spies. Yes so in. Nineteen ninety nine in one thousand nine hundred ninety s. My grandmother left school rice so she handled all to my ankles and in some imam they basically didn't know how to run it because she was always in charge of the business. They were teachers and they studied to be teachers. My aunt is ankles but no one can actually new hot to handle a school so they really need to allow from different experience. Like they have to go to conferences and talk to people in the industry and ask for advise vise. Why doing an wire doing this and what. You think we should do this. Like oh these things because they have to start out of his as my grandmother deed on. I think not knowing i mean they news some manatt not like volume at school per se. Ed and i think that all these i know in thing was a motivation for them to get more knowledge and tried to and in fact they did so my grandparents. They had one school they left and now with my ankles in andy's they now they have five schools so they did something to get as they clearly did. Now tell me though. What is something that you found challenging while working in your family business. What are some of those more difficult to navigate things. The challenge is that every child feels entitled to lead the company and everybody has the best idea united the best strategy. They know everybody wants to think they know the best. And that is an issue because when you want to run a company and you're not children right it you need to communicate i want. Everybody thinks that their ideas best this. That's the struggles begins. And that's when the family and business getting both and you don't know how to get the business all the business issues in the business and the families in the family. Now everybody everything gets at an mixed. And i think those are one of the challenges in my perspective but in my family business. We often talk about this issue. That at the family did not type. Of course all the business issues are being addressed in the family issues played into what's happening in business smith so from your perspective. How do you deal with this kind of challenge. How i have a comment be found a way through that yeah theme. The grandfather had a lot to do with solving this problem so he had decided to divide children between the fire to schools companies. So in this way the seasons so you have to do. It was not going to be with the nine children. It was it was going to be just with two so their parents now so the seasons are taken by two people instead of my children right now and this has helped to reduce the communication conflict that existed before. And now he's like everybody's respect eighteen like because they're brought sister sisters right now they're able to go to family. Meetings would have fighting or without talking about schools. Because he's just two people running a school. And i think it's easier than before the national were running everything that's really fascinating and i. Of course they would have to be one child who's the gold shelter gets to school by themselves doesn't have to honor because they're nine and also i'm really curious. How did the pairing take place. Have the decision happen. Who should be running the school to give out and what the criteria would to match them was this to self selection process or was it. Is it like when you at school when you pick for your team and you've got to pick your favorites acting very less personality. You now is like my father. He wanted to save the family. He loved her children and he wanted to make it work so what he did is he knew the nine so he was lie. She can work with her and he can work with him because they already mates. They have a lot of thinking st laboratories and things like that so i think he did because of the.

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Eloy Jiménez to Begin Rehab Assignment Friday, Ready for White Sox Return

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Eloy Jiménez to Begin Rehab Assignment Friday, Ready for White Sox Return

"Yasmani, Grandal and Nick magical remain sidelined with injuries, but Ellen Harmon is set to begin his rehab assignment. It's a little over 3.5 months since he tore a pectoral tendon in spring training. Here's some men is on rejoining the first place White Sox in the near future. We want to dominate the league so It is good to see the guys. Uh, how it played right now.

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"jimenez" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"jimenez" Discussed on Exvangelical

"And i mean it helps. I love making new friends. I love building new communities Podcasting i like into the void and not paying attention to what people say. It's it's a fun fun. That's why so many people do it these days right. It's actually actually fine. It's an excuse to talk to interesting people. that's exactly. i love interesting. Do the whole reason the day we like. We interviewed a main spaces. Rudy razzmatazz Dr reverend rudy razzmatazz. He is a pastor out in super famous pastor in houston and he's speaking about all his like little things that he does. And this is they want to do with my life. Rudy homeless population daydream. How to do drug recovery tease me. So yeah it brings out the most passionate part of me. And i like being passionate. That's great that's great well josie. I'm super glad you able to join me on a sunday. This was as we mentioned. We are a little looser little A little goofy. And that's a good thing. Where savage i you know. I'm a workaholic. A for over the last year. For me i feel like saturdays. Been more of a Sabbath thing for me personally. But that's But you know to each their own. I guess that's yeah. That's the vibe around here. Where can people find your shows..

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"jimenez" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"jimenez" Discussed on Exvangelical

"Many people just being very very isolated. How do you think coming out of this at least here in the united states as as things open up. Is this sort of term that people use even though the pandemic's not over how do you think community is going to continue. Because you're part of a faith community you also have these conversations both specific to women in from our feminist perspective on speaking in church as well as on making spaces communities involved in both of those right Do you think we'll we'll be back meeting in person. Do you think we'll continue to make these sort of virtual connections. I've been able to get to know you over the last few months. And i'm a here in the mid west year and in orange county. I hope truly. I don't know how it's gonna turn out rightly. Does i hope that people continue to value people that are far away. I think that's been one of the weird. And i don't like calling it a blessing but that's one of the blessings of covid is people realize that the world is both large and small that you can interact with people in this country or the next country because the people who think that code is a hoax are very american centric and forget that the rest of the world exists and i mean with the power of social media and all of that stuff i think community online community is going to continue and i think they will go back to go back in person and hanging on each other's backyards and eating and stuff but personally for me it's completely changed. I as somebody who has to come to terms with the fact that She's disabled. i don't like using that word to describe yourself but it's fine I've been very hurt by all the people in the world who decided that my life did not matter during the pandemic who decided that wearing a mask was too big of an inconvenience for them to protect the lives of those of us who are in greater danger to diseases like covid. And it's very hard for me. As forgiving as i am as a person even though i don't always sound jiffy. It's very hard for me to forgive people who i saw on the internet. Talk about how this is. All a hoax wasn't a big deal. And the only people who are gonna die or the week and i thought i can guarantee that i am stronger than all. Yeah i may not be physically stronger than all of you but a greater resolve. I'm passion and i'm whatever right so does my life matter less. Because i'm just a little bit frail because i'm a little bit of a granny that's not fair There's going to to be a lot of forgiving in community coming out of this pandemic. i think there's going to have to be a lot of reconciling especially with families. I mean everybody talks about like going thanksgiving talking in politics right now. It's gonna be all year round. It's going to be every instance and yeah. I mean it's just i feel like there's gonna be a lot of forgiving coming out of this. Yeah that's not an easy type of forgiveness right. It's not that seventy times. Seven thing from some guy said yeah woman. How do you forgive somebody who set up. Who said like straight up. You could die. That's fine the rest of us. Don't want to wear mask right. yeah. I mean it. It was the callousness that is one of the major things that we sort of saw with. Through the entire trump era people are just more blatant about their prejudices because they felt like to to be that way because our president was shit piece..

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"jimenez" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"jimenez" Discussed on Exvangelical

"Better suited for different purposes. And how do you think about that when you when you're working on Making space either at church or elsewhere in your life. How do you think about that. Like do you think about it in terms of inclusion or is there some other sort of mike metric that that you that you have when you're thinking about that figurative space yeah As cheesy as it is. I like to use the metric of love That is my as much as i am very aggressive very loud very outspoken. Very much that. I'm the smartest person in the whole wide world. I i come from this perspective of like people. People are the way they are for a reason. Not just for the sake of being whatever It's like that dude. In the south. I forget him. He's a lovely black man who befriends. Kkk members and through the power of love gets them to turn over their hoods and not be racist anymore. And i just always took like the whole love. Your neighbor love your god to har- into the extent that i was hoping that people would also I'm as much as i'm like super liberal and super left ear. Whatever people call it these days. I have a lot of people in my life that are conservative or in the middle. Because i get it. I like to tell my friends and family. I understand why you are the way you are. I just think you're not right. Doesn't mean that i'm not gonna have you in my life i just don't you are correct just like you don't think i'm correct but you are not thinking about why i am the way i am. It's like with racism. I understand why people are racist. I understand why people who live in a white homogeneous community are scared of people look differently than them are scared of people who act differently than them who speak differently than them. I understand wising. A phobia exists. I just think that it can be changed..

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"jimenez" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"jimenez" Discussed on Exvangelical

"I it's like maybe in like a very small part of the internet but that's doesn't have to be jaylo famous michael. Yeah co-payments yeah it's a it's a feminist perspective of life and challenging and i. I think it's a good balance. Spencer naive vastly different. She's things that the evangelical church could be redeemed. She doesn't necessarily think it's job but she thinks that it's possible whereas i am more of the burn all down type of person burnt down so we have the balance of having both perspectives of life and faith. And she's more into the bible than i am. I'm more into the hippy. Dippy jesus's love type of situation. Yeah i forget we were in one of our. Img meetings or something. Maybe it was. Maybe i was. I was talking to somebody from the group. And i said iron sharpens iron and drc guys near like. Don't say that but that's always what i think. That's what i that's what i think when i think of those dynamics it is good to have both because it's totally valid for people to leave the evangelical church. It's sort of what we talk about here. And so many other people talk about but if somebody wants to try good luck. yeah. And i tell spencer i was like i. I grew up like in an immigrant community. I grope mexican like you can say that. I was born here and that i'm american but my parents didn't switch to being america. One the cross the border you know. I grew up for all intents and purposes mexican. So i wasn't very like i wasn't really fully accepted in the evangelical church. I was just kinda the token little mexican girl who is and you know. Got a loud mouth. And she's funny and blah blah blah So i was never fully accepted. So i feel no obligation to fix it. I feel no obligation to even wanted to survive. You know that's just not my thing right. Yeah let's talk about making spaces you you. You met sarah because you started attending your church. You've got this work relationship to but then you also have a great report on on your show and you have a lot of interesting guests there. and then you invited me for some reason old. I don't know like you said sunday. I'm very self deprecating mood. I apologize. I'm just gonna hold you accountable. That's okay that's totally fine. Thank you we're goofy. I'm sorry this is a goofy show. Do not apologize for being goofy. Because a lotta times i feel like this this feed can be a little our just invite me every now and again. That's right people..

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"jimenez" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"jimenez" Discussed on Exvangelical

"I do one of the reasons why i i asked. That question is because it really dovetails into one of your podcast projects which is speaking in church which actually really addresses the reality of being a a woman in many many trips spaces if you come from a more liberal background and more than likely if you're listening this you probably don't So you probably know exactly what jozies talking about but tell me about how. That project started as well as The sorts of things that you tackle in that show yes so i had a friend who went to. Ap with me. She is like officially an official church person. She studied ministry. She you know she knows what she's talking about. We're friends and then we moved to orange county together unfortunately We're both in phase where we didn't really feel like going to church 'cause we had been so burned and then she was actually the one that found sarah's church which was nice because i didn't feel like researching churches can be a chore. And so she know how to do it and she found the church and we went together. And then eventually we just kept having this conversations and she was more tuned into the exponential community. Than i still am. Probably because she she's interested and for me a used to feel like expand delicate. Were just like an extension almost like a. I don't really want to deal with them. If i i don't i don't want a lot about this year. Yeah yeah. I totally get that now. Now it's more the humor that comes with being an accident. Jackal really bought me in riot. Like i mean you have people like our home. The dirty rotten church kids who are laughing their asses off all right then. I can deal with this as we're not like doom and gloom the whole time. Then i do it but we started this podcast because we just kept having these great conversations and wanting to have them with other people and then having other people listen.

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"jimenez" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"jimenez" Discussed on Exvangelical

"Weird evangelical spaces where you're supposed to make where no one swears or wants to have sex or like or things at thought sir or anything and just as It all depends on mike whether it's like a theater programmer some other type of visual medium. You know but the confines they they try to give you these guardrails. That don't really make sense exactly. We're trying to push society baby not to make pretty things anymore. They want like the old roman catholic art but luckily it wasn't that bad But yeah i mean. I think the worst part of it all is the ingrained misogyny that people don't even notice i had someone pushed back on a podcast episode of recorded. He was one of the older guys that went to the baptist. Church is josie. Nobody ever tried to stifle you ever like. Unroll glad you feel that way. And that you didn't do it intentionally. But let me tell you the experience of being a woman in the baptist church It's all just the name of the game. It's all the way things go and you know it's it's sad honestly that people don't aren't self aware enough to kind of do their own. Misogyny aren't self awareness to deal with their own. Racism aren't self aware enough to you. Know face the things that they don't really want to face. And that's really was the issue that i had evangelical ism in general is that they didn't really teach you to be self wire. They wanted you to just be this nice little human being that they want you to be right. Yeah i mean much of the way functions is by having you not ask the questions and just just internalized the messaging and then move on and propagate it so support for this podcast comes from invent together according to studies less than thirteen percent of all inventors holding. Us patent are women. Black and hispanic college graduates patent at half the rate of their white counterparts..

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"jimenez" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"jimenez" Discussed on Exvangelical

"Hell song of show of. Let's pretend like were cool. And we have tons of people from the older generation. So that's lovely because then you have like all ages and all stages and Yeah i like i like. The community is invested and being healthy. They're invested in staying the course of being a good place for all types of people Very progressive we just had our first sunday at today. Actually inside the church. oh Since underworld tweet yeah. We wore masks inside because we were just very it's been healing honestly to be in a community that is not only not but actively seeks to heal the wounds that local has left in the rest of us. Yeah but yeah. That's now up until now battle josie. One of the things that that you mentioned is that you were all these different church contexts. But the lead one of the main through lines was you ran into misogyny and all of them you ran into this issue of women being ding oppressed in some way by the leadership over by the theology. What were some of the things that were sort of through lines. You're in pentecostal tradition. You are in a baptist one And then through christian college You don't have to. I mean don't don't share whatever would make you uncomfortable and but i i am curious like had this sort of breadth of experience within all these different areas of evangelicalism how those played a factor in struggle against him as someone that I know that. I've heard you in other in other context. I use you know any graham terminology in urine aid. So that means the you're assertive. And and you and all of that so i i know that That must have been difficult for the people around you to Respond to you when you weren't going to yield ground. Yeah i mean. I'm an open book. Blake whatever all right. I really have no secrets. I like to live my life in a way that i don't have to keep very many cause. Remember too but i Misogyny owing i mean it starts off in the mexican tradition and then the pentecostal to really amp it. Up is the whole you have to prepare yourself to be a woman of god proverbs thirty one woman which means that you have to prepare yourself to be a nice wife and I was not interested in that it was fascinating growing up because my parents always like you have to go to college. You have to educate yourself. You have to be good like we came here to this country for you to have every opportunity and to take advantage of every single one. And i was like great because i wanted to do it anyway. I don't want to. I never do anything. I don't want to do so. I'm glad this word and then growing up you weren't allowed to have boyfriends in high school you couldn't because you are focusing on your education or whatever and really it's just not in.

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"jimenez" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"jimenez" Discussed on Exvangelical

"But i. After la in highschool i jumped over to the baptist church in downey california predominantly white congregation and on a really fit in there. Either it was the same situation where they like when the baptist church how to split. I suppose they went with the side that was like Women are not on should not be at the pulpit and there's plenty of women leadership that could only go so far. And i know a few that had left and we When my partner and i started dating we tried to go back. And i had stayed through college and because i had friends and it was great and then I had gone to a house church from a small group of young people that had split off and that was a shit show us. Those are always that interesting. People have big dreams and sometimes people don't have the tools to execute those dreams right like it was all well and good. Yeah i haven't attended one personally. But i like friends and family. Some people are upset about the church and then they thought they could just do like. I'm more more intentional. Type thing or something well. They weren't like upset at the church. They i think they just wanted to do something. Smaller and warrenton start something new something cool and you know like christians like to church plant just to be cool or that was definitely a and there was actually a huge situation with the church where they're like. You're taking all of our young adults but the church also wasn't really caring for their young adults so we didn't feel bad but it it didn't work out and a part of the reason why i laughed the house church Specifically was. Because i god bless my friends i love them all dearly but the two most educated people there were women and we are not paid attention to and it was like annoying because they were reading systematic theology so they knew what they were talking about like the wind gruden book and but they do what you're told and reiterate what the guy says kind of people which works for a lot of people but that does not work for me. I ask all the questions. And i've always been kind of a a strong personality which people tend to call leadership potential so not being kind of you'd as having the ability to do that because i was a woman and i'm sure they did unconsciously. That was really annoying to me. So i eventually i'm done with this and i had a small christian college so i was just done with lots of evangelical ism general because i went to as a pacific university. I don't care calling them out. It's fine and they'd like rename. Our colleges around we don't care. I liked to pride themselves on being like half and half kind of half liberal half conservative. But i was there. During the trump era election era and it was not nice especially being from an immigrant family..

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"jimenez" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"jimenez" Discussed on Exvangelical

"Lover one and welcome back to expand. Jellicoe might guess this week as josie jimenez. She is a fellow member of the irreverent media. Group co host of to podcasts making spaces and speaking in church. Welcome to the show josie Hello blake how are you doing. Great great to talk to you on my show. I was able to join you and sarah on making spaces. So i'm really glad to have you on the show today. Thanks for having me. I feel so officials so professional so famous. I've well..

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"jimenez" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"jimenez" Discussed on Exvangelical

"Hey everyone kevin garcia from tiny revolution and your favorite aunts among other things. Listen i'm going on tour. La portland seattle minneapolis nashville and atlanta as well as well goose festival and i wanna see you out there. So go to kevin garcia dot com slash tour to find out more about the wonder fully made tour. Some of your favorites are going to be there. Including brenda marie. Davies joe loom in a thias. Roberts i mean the guest list is truly incredible so check it out. I'll see on the road. I this is in reverend. Podcast checkout reverend dot. fm for shows from our friends. Hello and welcome to expand jellicoe. I'm your host blake testing. My guest today is josie jimenez co host making spaces on the irreverent media group as well as the speaking in church. Podcast which img. We'll have an announcement about soon wink wink. I've gotten to know. Josie over the past few months as we launched this first group of podcast very reverend and it was a ton of fun to sit and chat with her one on one about her life. After you listen to this please go and check out making spaces and speaking in church. You can find links to both of those shows in the show notes as always you can support show via paid subscription to the post evangelical post you can find that at post evangelical post dot com that one subscription helps support both expert exponential.

Chisox star Jiménez out 5-6 months, Rays' Anderson ailing

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00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Chisox star Jiménez out 5-6 months, Rays' Anderson ailing

"Jimenez out five to six months for the chicago white sox here so he will miss effectively. All of the regular season could come back for the playoffs. Possibly but the thing is until he's able to come back you know he won't be able to get any reps down in the minor leagues.

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Chicago White Sox Left Fielder Eloy Jimenez To Miss 5-6 Months With Torn Pectoral Tendon

Bob Sirott

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago White Sox Left Fielder Eloy Jimenez To Miss 5-6 Months With Torn Pectoral Tendon

"5 to 6 months for the White Sox. A ruptured pectoral tendon and his left side after that attempted a leaping catch at the fence. On Wednesday he'll undergo surgery. The White Sox We'll look for a replacement. The Sox winners yesterday over Cincinnati. 94 comes lost to the

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White Sox slugger Jimenez to miss 5-6 months

PTI

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

White Sox slugger Jimenez to miss 5-6 months

"Happy trails eloy jimenez. The white sox left fielder could be out five to six months. After tearing his left pectoral muscle yesterday and a failed attempt to bring back the spring training. Home run off. The bat of sean murphy. As is hung on the wall momentarily at the end of that play the twenty four year old slugger hit forty. Five home runs over his first hundred and seventy seven games in the bigs but his fielding has been sort of an adventure

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"jimenez" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

Fancy Free Podcast

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"jimenez" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

"But anyway my husband going back to the reason why i brought this up has been his very proud of it. You will never see pictures of me with him. He does not like me saying his name. The name that. I put on the fake movie picture. This is not his real name. He made me call him. Charlie so the fact that he let me publicly laugh about him taking too much ex lax is like truly a gift to the universe. A gift to you but also to the entire world. He's fine he's through that and he's all right. He can still eat. Nadia cakes without any repercussions is the only thing. That injured was his pride. I think but that just shows me. What a big manny was that. His pride was injured and yet still he let you have the hilarity on it and bring it to the world. Yes well let's get to know you a little better with some rapid fire questions. If you could rename yourself what name would you pick. You know what actually did kind of renamed myself because my name actually abigail. It's not abby. Ooh your book covers say abbott. Yeah how. I believe. I am abby. Now i'm the reason why change it was not because i didn't like my name. It was because when i started working retail back. When i was like twenty twenty one people for some reason could not say abigail. They kept calling me or annabel. It was just so annoying. That i was like is just abby like just gonna so i changed abby kind of funny you know high school i was abigail and now i'm abby jimenez a totally different person like searched if you knew back then before i got married. You're practically a spy yak. Okay what is the weirdest thing in your purse purse. I don't ever hurry apart. your highly evolved. Explain this to me. Because i'm still the old lady carrying the purse and my kids don't carry purses none of young people i know carry purses okay so i will tell you how this looks. I have a phone like a wallet. Phone and i got a cards and everything are in that. And it's super clunky and my husband constantly makes fun of me and he tells me somebody's gonna like run. Pass me on the street and snatched my phone. And mike. Ho- i don't go anywhere. So that's not. What street where do you think i am like. Where do you think. I'm at like walking around the block my house. That's about as well as it gets me. It's like i'm been like a busy train station or something and i've got all my debit cards and stuff in there and then whatever outfit. I'm wearing got my my winter jacket..

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"jimenez" Discussed on Completely Useless

Completely Useless

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"jimenez" Discussed on Completely Useless

"Happens you know. That's exactly the the route were heading but yeah it sucked that we were getting picked on because i mean as a barber. It's like you this is why we are. License is being cleaned being cemetery. You know what. I mean when you go to school. They don't teach you how to cut hair. You learn how to cut here outside of school. You know what. I mean you go to school to learn how to be clean. How to disinfect and working with the public so you know when you go take your tests. They're not judging. How good is your haircut is looks off. It's an opinion right yeah. Exactly it's it's an opinion. You know what i mean like. They what what they can grade you on is made with safely the fact that you clean. Did you do all that. Those are the points that they're looking at so for them to tell me like. Oh you're not essential is like a big fuck you to me. It's like well. Screw you dude like it putting foot in in my table. You know what i mean. Meanwhile you guys have already held to a higher standard though that businesses more right thing is that like when i was working not work now more rising. They kept us open computer essential. Could we i guess like help with their phones or whatever we kinda get but you guys literally have to get that license. How you're saying. I had no sheep fucking have that we weren't we were keeping distance but it wasn't anything like was like what needed to happen and license. This guy was demanding. That's it that's it. They found him under a bridge. Or hey you want wanna jump kinda charming you can sell stuff right. I don't really get how they decide what's essential and what's not essential whether they don't realize it's like it's like there's places that are open there. Okay well you can catch. They're more than at a barbershop. But yet you're opening were closed. Yeah it doesn't make any sense. And that's what pissed off a lot of people in the industry like okay. Well what the fuck like you guys have may guidelines. But i mean this this whole coronavirus thing kind of just hit us I dunno where we don't have a playbook we don't know how to handle their. We got we kind of just go as we as we went. You know yeah. That's the thing is going to walmart trips me out. Sometimes 'cause it's like people that go they don't really make him go six feet apart and there's a ton of people there and you're right like you guys don't have guidelines to help make it safe so even if they were like a set of rules that you guys in a by for a bite to there's nothing there for you guys yeah right because this impossible to have a store like that open in and follow those guidelines they can and i and i get it because you're working like so close to to to another person but at the same time like we're taking every precaution to keep everything like like we're keeping everything clean. We're doing our best to stay. You know sanitary which and it's kind of like all right. Do like we're doing the best that we can't be safe way that you guys are over there at the store or whatever the fucking touching everything putting things bag trying shit fucking. I thought it was funny. I 'cause you go to like stater brothers and the little pin pat. They put that film clear film over it right because everybody touches it. Disinfecting it after it everywhere generic film after every person. It's like everybody still in the same thing. Like epochs books. Dole fucking sense you oscar for the most part that has been but you have to be good credit. Some people have. I wanted trader. Joe's the other today. They're all wearing gloves. Good face mask day. Disinfect everything before you even go there and pay you know no thanks you know for them to point the finger at dude like honestly all that only thing everything else. We were doing already. You know what i mean like. It's it's part of the daily routine as you know. We see so many people every single day. This is something that we were already doing. Even before the pandemic you know what. I mean like literally the only thing that's different is the fucking mask on my face. That's it you know everything else is business as usual. This is what we went to school for. This is why we got our license. This is what we were trained to. Do you know what i mean. So yeah for them to point the finger at us as i will fuck you man and uh being independent. We're always gonna find a way to make money. Because i mean that's just that's just how it is like that's just the the The craft has the business punk-rock Do they're not going to. The government is not going to help us to help ourselves poker capital. This is a good time for me to insert my only fans link shit. I'm hungry guys beginning of other means to me. Let's see store right. Oh yeah yeah yeah i. That's one of the things that i let them know that i was just reminded him of that. Shit i have that. Shit on autopilot. Like shit like just goes on. Its own like somebody excited self. It's running itself. Yeah but that's one of the things that i had to do. Because i wasn't working. I had to find another way to anyone that lives here in. La kind of has like two or three jobs. Everyone has had to live out here. Because it's fucking expensive on. This is one of the things that have to do. I'm thinking dude. I'm thinking this year. I want to pick up another trade dude either. Convert definitely work in the medical field or slow botanists or whatever just something to keep me. Afloat bottom is people bottom nevada. Peos what brain. Study the human brain to take chunks of people's brains off. Yeah giving my screwdriver. Real quick ship for the nope. Get your get your kids lobotomize. For further four people get the fifth one lobotomize for free the logo by guy with a piece of it's brain dump so the side for the dramatically now do to the pandemic to those. There's a lot of people that have had to like find other ways of money and you see a of people like promoting themselves in a lot of different business. I even think were blowing up ever finding their little way to set to make money in. I mean all those girls are do you guys are doing it to like the only fans like. I don't look down at shit on my dude. I'll show homer five bucks do was to pay me a on. That or something ultraman. Faded out here wherever you want to write your name on the rim and the others. Little abraham lincoln on my butthole dude listening also. Just put our links. Just click here..

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"jimenez" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

Cross Examined Official Podcast

11:08 min | 1 year ago

"jimenez" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

"Activity was. He saying is immoral. He's anything outside of guy. What god designed between a man and woman in marriage is immoral so anything. Outside monogamous relationship between a husband and wife is immoral. That's what jesus was referring to and that's the point because there's a standard and that's the ultimate standards anything that's contrary or as as the revolution today likes to point out and it's an alternative lifestyle right choices. And they define their own ethic no according to jesus anything outside of a marriage between a man or woman as sexually immoral look. If you're christian you should be following. Jesus right there are people out there calling themselves or aggressive christians. And we've talked about this with a lisa on the program. Her new book. Another gospel deals with that and almost every single time. I hear somebody who say goes from. Orthodox christianity meaning historical christianity to progressive so-called christianity. Jason it almost always ninety nine times out of ten our friend. Richard howitt say ninety. Nine times out of ten sexuality is always the reason. They're always saying well. I don't like jesus is sexual. I don't like jesus ethic with regard to sexuality or the apostles sexual like that. Okay we'll find you don't like it. Don't call yourself a christian. Then if you're gonna go to call yourself a christian follow jesus right. If you're not gonna follow. Jesus call yourself something else right because the reality is jesus's teachings are not for debate. Yeah no it's it's i know people are trying to say they're they're ambiguous. They're not they're very clear. And in fact from a natural law perspective there clear as well i think. But let's go on to another topic because we could talk about this issue and for the remainder of the segment. But i want to get a couple of other issues in at least one more. Jason and that is the issue of racism because it's quite an issue quite obviously in our country today. We've had some programs on this earlier in the year but you have an entire chapter in the book challenging conversations on racism. Why do you think it seems like everybody is calling everybody else racist today. Where's that coming from well again at. The heart of racism is i believe is demonic. I mean from the very beginning. Satan wants to try to divvy up people and classify them to be different in and again when you look at racism as itself. It's there's a domination at someone who thinks better of themselves more superior than the other person and they put him in a lower class because they're inferior so again whether it be for their education their upbringing socio economic. You know but mainly we know in the western world frank because racism has played society different civilizations throughout history but mainly in the western world today where we live. It's about color and so now days when the cancel culture as you mentioned earlier there so many racial issues here or there so much. Racial microaggressions in the statements like white privilege and you have movements today today. Like the l. m. and if you do not align and again you've talked about this a lot of people are talking about you know critical race theory issues and intersection issues. And i touched on these issues and my political chapter and also my racism chapter. And that's what people do it's a it's the world that we live in with with identity politics. If you are not like that person then then you are racist. And so if you're white like you frank you're racist automatically in the culture we will attack because you've had certain privileges in light you've taken for granted and you've been given a lot more than people who are different ethnic group or race or color and so the moment people step outside the door and they are someone looks at them a different way and they look at. They assume it's because of the color of my skin. That person's a racist automatically. Because i would at the heart of as i said racism is demonic at the heart of it to frank is one is a weak argument there. It's an attack issue but it's also about trumping people. It's it's dominating people it's making them feel like they're the problem in order to advance their agenda and so that is that is way out of control right now to where. There's no conversation whatsoever about racial reconciliation just hatred so bottom line. Is this whether about white. Supremacist of antifa stuff. Riots in the streets people putting their fists out. You know saying you gotta look at me. You gotta love me gotta accept me. You know you gotta give me a job because of my ancestors were press whatever. There's a lot of hatred there. There's a lot of unforgiveness there. And i believe that is at the heart of why we're seeing so much of this talk about racism. So how can you even have a conversation when it's so white hot or red hot wherever you wanna put it when this issue is so hot. That's what your book is about challenging conversations. How would you start a conversation on on this issue of racism. While the first thing is and i talk about in this relate section and i actually referred to our friend kevin de young. He does a good job where you have to address in the heart. If there's any prejudice in your heart and i also reference to benjamin watson tight end. Nfl players. who's a strong christian. You know who's again. He's a he's a he's a he's a black guy and and they address that you have to know that the moment there's a difference of someone's background or color of their skin. Okay there is going to be a former prejudice in there. That doesn't mean you're racist though so the first thing you don't want to do is you don't want to think that someone else's arrays racist or assume because a cancel culture saying you're racist for you to accept that don't accept that but be open with a heart that's receiving the grace of god is a god is there any bison in my heart another thing as you engage conversations frank. Is you want to be able to facilitate an opportunity where you're not gonna a threatening environment you want to have a nonthreatening conversation. So if it's if it's heated on the hispanic side or the african american community side and you happen to be white. Then i do. Believe and i've experienced has grown up in tucson arizona. Come can family your nearest panic in in in your ethnicity. So you've experienced what i've experienced where people have looked past me or made fun of me for example in our field christian apologetic. There's not a lot of hispanic people. That are an apologetic right. Overwhelm is not been the case now. Moore's come up through the years. Praise god but when i started getting into it people are like. Why do you wanna do that don't you. Don't you wanna work in construction like you know those kinds of statements Or where i grew up there was no opportunity to get education because they was mainly black people in in hispanic people group. The neighborhood that i grew up in very poor and so there were less opportunities now. I don't hold that against anybody but the reality is that is part of my life as part of my childhood so i do think if someone's never experienced that that you wanna give weight to that again without assuming that because it didn't happen you doesn't make your racist though so you wanna make sure that you're going to be receptive to have a nonthreatening conversation by letting that person of a different color predominantly again african american or hispanic to kind of share you their story life so you can kind of understand a little bit better. And that's when you're able to establish some parameters and not make it political. That's the other thing i'd say. France don't let raises and become a political topic. We were just saying that. Because you're a republican knock it off. No no but i think that that word you just used is an important word your story. Tell me your story. I think that's a good way to start a conversation right. How did you grow up. Where'd you grow up. What kind of experiences have you had. Because i can understand why you feel a certain way if you've had certain experiences there's no question that colors how we look at things so you may want to say to them. Tell me your story. I want to have a real conversation about racism. And so if you could just tell me your story and you listen. Eighty ninety percent of the time and let the other person talk. I think that's a good way of doing. I also think you have here in the book. Here jason again. Talking jason jimenez book is challenging conversations. You list a whole number of scriptures here about. What does the bible say about racism and as a christian. I think we need to emphasize that that the only worldview that's gonna ever correct. Racism is christianity and hinduism is gonna correct it. They've got a caste system. Atheism isn't going to correct it. They don't have any external objective moral law anyway. Muslims aren't going to correct it. Because if you're not a muslim you're in a lower class doesn't regard. It doesn't matter what you're racist. He only worldview. that's correct. It is christianity so how can we. How can we advance the ball. There on that issue with people were talking to hear. Jason what should we be saying them from say to them from a biblical perspective as to how we deal with racism okay so because of my upbringing in because again working with so many different backgrounds ages multi generational right in the church environment. frank You come across a lot of these things and so you start asking key questions and like you said again. Bring up their past their background. They don't wanna talk about it. Then maybe you've got to circumvent and do something a little bit different but get to know their past member. We're looking to. Jesus who is the only person as you pointed out rightly who can eliminate racial inequality not necessarily a movement or an institution and we want to pray that the walls of of hostility and races and will come tumbling down so one of the things that is important to do. When you're talking about a christian worldview number one don't assume so. Ask the question to that individual. Why is racism wrong number two. Would you agree that there is though ultimately one human race. And i make the distinction. The book because i found frank that in the church world primarily that people. They're just talking all over this talking points that they got it from something else. And they're talking about raisins and being so horrible and everyone's a racism like will for the whole on. What is racism. Why is it wrong. Why is it bad. How would you cite that. How would you define that number two is. Do you believe there's one human race. That's how god originally made it and then to your point. A lot of people don't even know where to go and scripture about the human race or racism in general to be able to argue that definitively through a biblical and theological understanding in by the way just to your listeners. Know i've also found again. You know this whole sixteen nineteen project stuff and you know maybe in a later day we could talk about that. 'cause we we did a lottery that i couldn't even put it in the book so we're putting something together for something later. But even the origin of racism people have history wrong. Most of the time frank and that is a big issue that we're seeing today and sadly one because a church doesn't talk about it because it's uncomfortable and they want to get an argument or two. They taken a false narrative in the culture and they brought into the church. They're telling people false things about racism in our country like what what what's one of the things they just thirty seconds. Well one of the false things is they just believe that from the very inception of our nation. We were built on racism. White supremacists coming. You know the the euro Caucasian person coming here. Bringing their their the superior christianity religion enforcing black people to build this nation. That is a false narrative. Okay.

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"jimenez" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

Cross Examined Official Podcast

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"jimenez" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

"Jesus be the only way talking about that this sunday. So if you're anywhere near southern california love to see out there is going to be thousands there. Because as i say many other churches are closed. Jack does such a wonderful job and it also be livestream so if you wanna tune in you can. We're talking to my friend. Jason jimenez his brand new book challenging conversations. Which is a practical guide to discuss controversial topics in the church. I wanted to spend just a couple more minutes on mental illness and move onto another topic. I want to ask our audience. I'm going to read some names to you. And i want to ask you what is in. What are these. People have in common other than. They're all prominent christians. Cs lewis mother theresa. John wesley john calvin charles. Spurgeon j p moreland. John piper that. They've all been depressed. Even though they know the truth about christianity. So do not feel shame. Because you feel depressed. But i want to ask jason. Jason says one piece of advice. You could give people. I know. there's a lot more in the book but just people listening right now. There's one piece of advice you could give them if that if they feel depressed or if they know somebody who does. What would that piece of advice be. What would you say to them. Well so the person that isn depression and they made again may not be diagnosed. Maybe have not seen a professional health. A therapist is to talk to god. Make sure lisa. They're talking to god. Because you and i believe strongly frank and god's spirit will will impact person. God will speak to that person. He'll lead them to truth. Is flip for eight says that you set your mind on truthful things that are honorable for the friend who is looking at a family member or a dear friend of theirs in there is something way off or they just found out or they've known for for quite some time but have never acted on it that they have a loved one who is suffering with depression with any to do is they need a game plan and they need to not waste any time in the need to go to that friend in one apologized for not taking it that serious because mirror this is like cancer at the brain or is charles spurs referred to as a sick brain and they need to assist that person. Say how can i help you. I am here for you. How can i help. And that's it is simply asking that person how you can be a help to them. Look friends were part of a fallen world. We all have things that don't work properly We're all broken so there's no shame in saying well right now. My mind is not working. Well just like it would be no shame if you said my knees not working. Well okay just reach out for help. Reach out to somebody. I don't be isolated. That's the worst thing you can do now again. There's a lot more in the book. Challenging conversation on this jason you also can have some challenging conversations about something that many in the church. Wanna talk about in fact. They want a week at wink at. They'll bill bill talk about some sexual issues like oh well we know we know that homosexuality is wrong but they won't really talk much about premarital sex among heterosexuals even and you have an entire chapter on this there's very few times in the scripture. It says this is god's will for your life. I think there's maybe five or six times one of the times is paul to the church of this alone ins the first letter he writes. He writes this. This heads off your chapter four. It is the will of god your sanctification that you have stained from sexual immorality that each of you know how to control his own body in holiness and honor. Let me start by. This is the will of god according to the scriptures here. Jason does jesus address this issue. I mean jesus does and you know what's important why we need to be talking about this because it's important god. God has a certain frank. As you. And i know in between a man and a woman in the sexual organs that given each You know sex port you know partner to have to bring pleasure. Sex is a is a gift from god. For a monogamous relationship between husband wife to have so when it comes to the pages of scripture particularly as you mentioned in with jesus and i talk about in in about how we're to understand issues about premarital sex or senate outside the marriage and jesus does mention to cornelia in and that's the greek word where we get the word porn pornography but in scripture jesus talks about fornication he talks about idolatry said there's a form of a pornography any also addresses issues when he's talking about a man and woman that he is indirectly obviously talking talking against homosexuality paul himself in first corinthians chapter six deals with these things matter of fact he says flee from sexual morality every other sin a person commits his outside the body but catch this but the sexually immoral person sins against his own body because as you rightly pointed out i only in chapter four verse. Three it is god's will for you to be set apart for him because in first corinthians six in verse nineteen twenty where the temple of the holy spirit and notice Frank that premarital sex sexual morality sex outside of marriage is a sin against your own body so that is a different type of sexual sin than other types of sense and yet because there's a lotta cohabitation that has taken place in the world today. Again in the church has passed orleans. Seen it through the years from young people before they get married and people who've been married they got divorced whether it was forbidden grounds or not having sex before they get married. And that's why. I address what i referred to in the book about individualized sexual ethics because today people say hey look. I'm in love with this person. it's my body. it's my choice and if you love someone you have sex with that person and again. That's what you can freely choose to do. And so i wanted to talk about it because god's will is for us to be set apart and we have to help people who are struggling through it. They may not know how to do that. I've talked a lot of young people frank. Like you've done millennials and gen z and especially our great students at summit. They don't even know what the scripture says about the stuff in there thinking you like someone you have sex you tested out to see if you like the sexual partner and maybe you romantically fall in love as a result or you are romantically loved them and you can have sex with them and they don't know where the script what the scripture says about it. That's why we need to be talking about it. God made sex. Be good thing and we see in our culture has always be distorted. We've idolized it. We've you know we. We've made a mess of it and we don't want to talk about it now because it becomes the norm yeah and you quoted. Ceo lewis who in his classic book mere christianity says this the monstrosity of sexual intercourse outside of marriage. Is that those who indulge in it are trying to isolate one kind of union the sexual from all other kinds of union which was intended to go along with it and make up the total union in other words. It's a relationship is not just about sex. It's about so much more. And and i understand why people say well. It's my body. I do what i but if you're if you're saying to somebody i'll have sex with you but i won't commit commit to you. I'll have sex with you. I love you. But i won't commit to you. You're lying. you're lying because you don't really love that. I won't commit to that person and i think this is what lewis is saying here. He's saying it's much more than just the physical act there.

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"jimenez" Discussed on Erratic Dispatches

Erratic Dispatches

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"jimenez" Discussed on Erratic Dispatches

"Hello this is Eric Eskenazi. Thanks for tuning into this latest episode of the Iraq dispatches podcasts for this podcast interview teenage author Angel Jimenez Discussing Age of the King's his first in a series of.

"jimenez" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"jimenez" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"February the twenty first you can look for this rain to finally end by the late morning hours. Then some clouds and maybe peekapoos sunshine by the afternoon. So a complete turnaround with a high mild high fifty degrees right now, though, it is slippery with some rain coming down out there. Now, the Colombian defense minister visit the southern command in Florida yesterday to talk about the crisis in Venezuela. Joining us now is Evan Brown from Fox News morning Evan. What do they have to say? Good morning. And he was not the defense minister. He was the military leader in Columbia as the head of the Colombian armed forces. Luis Jimenez, I and he is part of a real coalition and working relationship of the United States has with Columbia for maintaining security in this part of the world, and this is becoming more of an issue with regard to Venezuela because Venice. Walea is well first of all it's right next to Colombian I and Columbia despite having its own internal violence and struggles with socialist factions like far, I is still a force for capitalism and democracy in South America and Columbia is beginning to play a role in our attempts to back the emerging government of one Guido in Venezuela. The the legislative leader was declared himself interim president in fact, Columbia's allowing the United States to stage humanitarian aid on the Colombian side of the border with Venezuela. So that it could eventually be trucked in and distributed to people who are so desperate need of things like clean water.

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