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"North Korea TV has announced that the authorities are cutting off all communication with the south all the news reader appears on Abul cost to announce the count of cross border contacts with the south a move experts say could signal pun Yang who's grown frustrated that Seoul has failed to revive lucrative inter Korean economic projects I'm persuaded the US to ease sanctions the north has been stridently attacking the south with statements since last week with the war of words is not always pool cost the population at home North Korea as well is escalating pressure on the south the failing to stop activists from floating anti porn young leaflets across the tense border I'm John fuller this my
"john fuller" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
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"john fuller" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Three oh three seven one three eight two five five okay so for John fuller I do have a I do have a question here hi John this is crazy but we're living crazy times John fuller is a personal injury attorney can handle any kind of traffic automobile accident any other kind of personal injury in fact you check with them he gives you advice and he could tell if it's worth pursuing if somebody says this what if they got a car accident now listen I know again we're crazy bright but I asked for emails and this person gets infected by the corona virus now are you have you been asked if there's liability for spreading this for B. let's say somebody's in the car sick and they get an accident they're they're they have close interaction or whatever and the guy gets in addition to the car accident that can trace the virus hi I knows I know no matter what that question has to be asked because people are wondering you know the problem time is that so if this is like every other issue anything caused by the accident is theoretically compensable but you have the burden of proof and so my understanding of how this particular virus works is that there's a Hey you know an uptake of potentially five six seven days ten days even where people don't know that they're infected Ryan so unless you truly been living in a bubble how would you ever know that it was the other driver and not the police that showed up okay okay could not point to the tow truck operator that showed up or any of the other people that you interact with or the emergency room personnel that you came into contact with I mean there's you know medically yes but how in the world absent some really remarkable circumstances would you be able to ever prove that you picked it up from that person now do you think we'll ever see in the future here as a result of this people are accusing someone of of being responsible for them getting sick because they knew they were infected and they came to work or they knew they were infected and they were serving food establishments no I'm serious do you think you can foresee a time when there might be some covert related personal injury lawsuits I do and I'm not just some conspiracy guy but but think about it more broadly I my wife travels quite a bit for work okay and and her company a big national company has has really shut that down and in one of the concerns is let's say you send an employee out to get on a plane to fly to a different city and they end up getting infected is that a work comp case or is it is it just bad luck wow wow yeah it's an interesting it's an interesting thing but again you come back to the same problem of how do we prove that that it happened in that you know during that trip on that plane or during that that that compensates niche intended or something they're all very difficult questions if if you could ever get to the point of proving transmission through somebody negligently disobeying a stay at home order or shut down you know we've got you've got a a preacher down in Louisiana that's been arrested now for having yes having his congregation and and and I and I understand that the congregation is is hundreds of people and surely there's going to be infection and it's probably going to be a significant number of those people you should that creature being held liable I think that you could make a very strong argument that that was negligent you know that that was just absurd to keep going those services under those circumstances so I definitely can see the day when when that would come to pass exactly how and then how we get beyond the transmission issues and the burden of proof I'll leave that for her smart people but by the way if you have any questions for John fuller three oh three seven seven one help accuse me that help our number now we're not doing that help center our numbers three oh three seven one three talk the help center goes to insurance that's a whole separate issue I want to talk to about because that that plays into this too but John fuller fuller law is on right now of course and he's also on a referral is what did you need done John is this any different than people who have herpes or aids they have been found responsible for transmitting the disease to liberally when they know they have it haven't they both criminally and civilly yep right so would this be any different if everybody he said it's a matter of proof with a two week thank you patient period how do you know about but if if you know somebody is positive and the disregard public health warnings if you can prove it would be no different correct I think you're you're going to write down the the correct path I mean I really think so did the neat thing about it not anything I shouldn't say that but you know I know he's involving HIV there's there's so few people that actually have it that the burden of proving who you got it from becomes right significantly easier in the case and certainly a keen sense of intentional you know exposure to somebody but but yeah I mean it when they first came out these issues were debated in a row hypothetical sense until it happens and until it happened that people were caught intentionally transmitting that to other people and yet they were held criminally liable and then certainly there were some civil cases out there as well so it's it's just not beyond the scope of of your imagination to see something like that happen John fuller I have as I have a very quick question on documents citing how is that accomplished with your people if they called you so we're doing a couple of things here first serves a service called DocuSign it's much like you do okay yeah and actions that we can use that we can get documents signed no problems governor Poloz just modified the the existing notary statute to allow remote notarization still cursor so we're we're good to go we can get anything done checks notaries contracts be everything we need to to to move forward on your case okay three oh three seven one three talk have a few more questions for you but we're going to take a break soon I wanna I wanna ask John what do you want to talk about another John Kohler about being affected he has a comment go ahead John what's your comment John yeah what is your comment what is your comment on being evicted hello I don't want to find out from laws about haven't okay they may have been struck down with a corona virus I've been retired for six years and that we have a twenty four hour notice Mar landlord that down he wants to sell the place and convicted how many years you're renting I've been there for six years okay do you have a lease or written agreement I did till April first and we try to call in two weeks ahead of time it doesn't read doesn't matter if you if you don't you don't so but what happens is it reverts to month to month and then he has to give you the same notice that was in the previous lease so what I noticed was it what notice was he required to give you in the previous lease thirty days that's all he has to do if you don't have a lease and that's it that's unfortunate so he's selling it John right so he's not asking you to leave for non payment right now right yeah you dialect fifty places he just on everything because of this because of the virus yes you can get worried about people not making payments speed of rent payments take him as well Hey you know what here's the really crazy thing he could trigger I mean of a lot of commercial operators do this we're going to have low we're gonna have crashing real estate sales hold on a sec now John there's nothing I don't think you can do that if you were saying you were being affected that was a very interesting question I want to ask John as an attorney anyway but you're being evicted not for non payment you're being affected because you selling won't he let you stay there at least until he finds a buyer now he wants to do may first bringing those people painted up how is it what is that a house yes of the house you know I don't know you might even I don't know if you're going to find a tough time finding a place now it sounds almost impossible that's a weird one that's a weird one but I don't know what you can do about it I really don't if anyone has any thoughts give us a call John I I as I said we'll put out the call we have more coming right up V. sponsored by nature valley oats and honey crunchy bars if you got to travel out to the airport give yourself about ten to fifteen extra minutes got some construction clogging up the drive eastbound I. seventy at Peoria a lane is blocked backups to Central Park that's been the case all morning long also keep in mind the ramp from Colorado and the west bound I. seventy remains closed for roadwork and the ramp north ten to twenty five B. 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Being a "Yes" Parent in a World of "Nos" (Part 2 of 2)
"You gotta I have an accelerator. And that's we have to ask ourselves. What's the higher purpose and that's really what we did at? What is the higher purpose of raising children? Well that's pastor mark foreman and you'll hear more from him and his wife Jan today as They talked about raising what they called. Big Picture Kids who love God and and make an impact on the world. There are guests on focus on the family and your host is focused president and author. Jim Daly thanks for joining us. I'm John Fuller. Hey John John. At last time we heard about the importance of saying Yes to our children and I try to do that sometimes. It's tough and sometimes it's hard to distinguish between you you know what's a boundary that deserves a now. And then what's a relational thing. That should be a yes and if you missed last time get the C. D. or the download and certainly get the book. Never say no. And we're going to talk more about that today with our gas but it is going to open up your parenting experience especially especially as a believer in Christ in mark is a pastor in San Diego. He and Jan have two children. Jon and Tim Foreman There in the musical musical group Switch Foot and the book that kind of forms the basis for a conversation that mark and Jan road is called. Never say no raising big picture kids at at market jam. Welcome back to feminist again. I love the conversation last time. Because I'm always thinking my in the right spot as a parent in my doing doing the right thing to help. My kids grow spiritually first and foremost and You Know Jan last time you talked about life being kind of like a deck of cards and I want to start Arthur again because we kind of went by that pretty quick. But what did you mean by that well. Every parent gets a deck of parenting cards from their your family of origin and We will automatically parent the way we were parented. So in my mind I see three piles one pile is a keeper pile l. for those great things that we want to bring into our own families but then there's always a discard pile where we have heard our mother's voice coming through US awesome. We're we're doing exactly the same things. It can be even subtle stuff but it has a different flavor but it is our mother or father coming through and we've definitely wanted discard that and do life differently. And then there's a rewrite pile where we have if we kind of want to nurture kids in that direction but we want to also do it our own way not just say your family wins. My family wins. But it's fine. The new US. What is that look like and I remember one time? We went to Mount Rushmore. And the thing that surprised us most. We're all the pictures of family reunions dressed identically. In t shirts they had some motto on the t shirt and I thought you know they were hoping their kids would play off this picture and and aspire to be great leaders but I thought the real story is going to be told by the motto on those t shirts in the same way we inherit from our families of origin mottos expressions ways of doing things. Talk these bumper sticker. A black could hang over your mantel in my family it was. What would people think and I lived under the shadow of that so? That's something very specific that I caught myself doing to my kids especially in ministry family saying I absolutely am Not GonNa care what people think I think tim is soccer. Uniform with cleats church socks. Yeah Yeah you're the pastor this trae that that make you feel well. I was raised in the church so I was fine with. You weren't apprehensive about feeling like no performance but then go ahead but just you know you can take those mottos and create a new motto and so in in our minds we could flip that around and say I want you to Eh. The Person God made you to be. Who cares what people think? I had to kind of be an iconoclast against that strong pressure that I was raised under in my family and in Mark Family we could talk about teasing is being or the motto in his. If you love someone you tease them right if you really loved him taste into tears and you know it takes a long time. I think it took me till I was forty two to figure that love language I was like Oh wow really love me Or if you really love someone you just work really hard and stay away from home working making money for the family man. That is so good mark. I'm telling you this morning I was on the Sofa. I got up early. I was on the treadmill. It's you know a new start and and And my youngest came down and we sat down over over a break not long ago I was talking about eating as many carbs herbs and maybe he should cut back on the CARBS and I apologize to him this morning saying no troy. That wasn't wise of me. Yeah you're you're you're in the right direction. You haven't even hit your full growth spurt. Yeah you know you're doing great. I had to catch myself but I needed to let them know it was wrong for me to comment. Ah Yeah that's hard to do for parents. It is it is because you're in that Rut My Dad was a you know. Post World War Two Guy So the way. You Love Your family. Is You just work hard. And then when you're when you're home you're off duty you watch football and hurt me. Yeah and so. I was looking for a dad that would interact. And we'd spend time in do stuff together and stuff and and I love my dad dearly. He's ninety he's just. We spend great times together now but it was kind of a cat's in the cradle. It'll kind of home. We'll get together then son. We're going to get together then And so when I saw myself starting to do that with my my son's At a very early age only now for God and for Ministry and Working Seventy hour work weeks a you know. I had a moment where I felt. God asked me. How will you feel if you win? Five thousand people to Heaven and lose your own children Because you're playing Harry Chapin Song and I said I'm going to reverse that song I'm going to get together with my kids now. Now not that. Yeah that's heartfelt and you know so many of us has dads. I mean we're feeling that. Yeah 'cause we're saying more next time or later. Yeah you know. We'll play catch but then you don't know how to do it. So what do I do. So I came upon a great book Doc That really saved the day. Ross Campbell's had a really love your child and he talks about a love tank. And when your child's love tank tank is full behavior. Problems are down when behavioral problems are up. Love tank is low so I wanted to know oh how to fill this. Love tank is this was going to reverse the Harry Chapin story and that was miraculous for me now. So so I discovered my boys that high touch eye contact and high time would fill their love tank. Think high time. Yeah yeah so the way I did it. When they were young was wrestling? We would wrestle half an hour to sixty minutes a day before for dinner we got was very gracious. Does give us a wife that my wife put up with a lot of sweaty bodies. The table will when they're older. It was playing soccer and football together in when later on it was playing music and surfing together and so active active. Yes spending time hanging out. Let me ask you though the the issue of failure You know again. I think one of the things that we struggle with as Christian parents is our kids failing. And hopefully if you're doing this well in the early years you're letting them experience failure so you can come alongside tried to instruct them and you use that Analogy last time about your boys right at the end of the program. Listen to music that frightened you because that's what you listen to before for. You became a Christian in somehow we've got to create an environment where failures okay. Yeah and I don't think and I for myself I mean I struggle with my my boys being able to give them that kind of space. How we recalibrate as inherent to say okay Try we do it. Incrementally I think the idea that we're going to raise our kids and then turn them loose on the world when they're twenty eight already go. Yeah that that. That's just she's not gonNa have them incrementally we increase their freedom which increases their risk of failure but it also increases their responsibility in their success. Just like taking training wheels off a bike and there's a chance chance of the child falling over
Being a "Yes" Parent in a World of "Nos"
"This is focus on the family with your host focused president and author. Jim Daly and I'm John Fuller John. Raising kids is one of the most exhilarating and humbling privileges that God gives us and here folks on the family we want to empower you. As a parent to equip your children with a lasting faith faith and the tools they need to live out that faith in a culture that doesn't really Show appreciation for us. I Love Mark and John's perspective on parenting parenting. They emphasize the importance of forming a relationship with your child instead of just addressing behavior and it's so hard for us as Christian parents to to separate those two and it's so important for us as Christian parents to realize this. We recorded this program a few years ago. And I'm so glad we're able to revisit visited today. This is the kind of content that could change your perspective on parenting and Change Your child's life for the better we'll mark and Jan foreman live in San San Diego California and they are the parents of Jon and Tim Foreman of the Grammy Award Winning Music Group Switch Foot and they've written a great book. It's called never say no raising big picture. Kids all encourage you to get a copy of that book when you click on the link in the show notes for this episode. Let me add switch foot is what we call a crossover band band and for the older folks that means their music appeals to both secular and Christian audiences. The good news. Is they do that. In order to sing about themes that speak to the hearts of all people and it is definitely Faith oriented I can say it that way they totally come at their topics from a biblical perspective. Here here now is the conversation we had with the formats as mark begins by explaining what they mean by big picture kids. I think it's captured in the word. Wonder Her So much of the life is reduction mystic where we're trying to shrink God down shrink the World Down Shrink Art music down to a little bite size sound clips and life just isn't like that and you and I aren't attracted to life like that but raising kids that it are living in a world of wonder God who created this big world That you as a child can go in any direction you can almost be in the garden of Eden and start again and find out where this adventure takes you. It's kind of interesting the way in life is more simplistic than I think we make it. I mean when you look at God he is our father and you can gain a lot of parenting insight just by seeing how God deals with you as an adult and someone who can understand the principles of parenting. But now there's GonNa be some detractors when you say never say no. I mean some of the hard core four. Yeah no boundary parenting people which I appreciate I. I'm in that camp. I try to have a good balance but never say no. This doesn't sound right. Yeah if you get stuck in monitoring behavior you have a problem in the book sounds permissive but if you transfer from behavior to relationship and there was a motto. We had in her home when there was an opportunity to be with your child. When you're there was an opportunity to do something that maybe you re too lazy to do or want to do that? We would look at each other and say never say no and so that meant get on your knees and wrestle with them it meant paddle paddle out into the ocean even though the waters frigid cold. Because your junior hire wants to be with you and so we use that to push each other into the relationship relationship of course. We're not promoting permissiveness but we are promoting a paradigm shift. That says come on. Let's fill the love tank first first before we concentrate on the yes in the nose so so it's more to be clear it's more of that engagement quality on your kids in my boys do this and you you know boys and girls both they want to spend time with daddy and spend time with Mommy. That's really the Pearl for them is being together with you and as a busy parent you gotta gotta be able to say yes. It's a great idea and I really like it. But Arthur seasons where. It's really really hard to say. Oh I'll leave all all of this project right now and play with you or spend time with you. I mean there's an idealistic sense here that some season is still love words series but I I think the idea is that if God is one big Yes for us. We just want to pay that forward to our kids whenever possible. And maybe it's and that's the idea behind. Never say they know. Maybe it's a not now but this is when but still you WanNa find that positive momentum because once you and that can also means gene finding the things you're interested in are different than the things you're kids are interested in and also capitalizing on those things I think parents are a lot like archaeologists geologists. They they they start digging in those areas where kids are giving you clues and don't young kids give you clues what they're interested in so so true and it's often something that you're not familiar with comfortable with would a place you'd prefer not to go. Oh Yeah you have a great story in the book about your boys when they were young and things that were buried in the backyard. What what was that about the elevator part story elevator part? We inherited a church. That was three grand in debt and they had heard this and they thought they could be the solution and our old seventy year old home had been owned owned by an elevator repairman. Who buried all his parts in yard buried the extra? This was a new England. Into deers. And huge thing. Small parts just gizmos. You know that they would uncover playground for boys. Yeah the there are just digging. So I said in the book we literally had a yard sale where they dug them up in from our backyard and wash them off and put price tags on. It was the Naysayer saying you know. I don't want to hurt your feelings. But there isn't a high demand for this you know and and they were doing it for a purpose and that was the point they said Gad you'll see an so neighbors and friends are driving up and seeing what was going on. And so they're ping five dollars for an elevator chain that is worthless but my kids are stacking up the money and to give the money to the church out of debt. Yeah that is. How old were they when you saw? Okay so right there. A lot of parents are saying okay. These kids are you know spiritually gifted especially I mean what what was happening there. You could see it so early that they could put two into together. I think the more you can involve your kids leads. In real life situations you know in in have conversations include them in when people come over around the dinner table little ears are always listening and to take their their ideas seriously and we just did our lips when they had this lawn sale and I think in the lessons learned more important even than the money that they they counted that their voice counted their ideas counted. They could be a part of the change agents. Yeah was the big take home. Yep We're leaning into culture we can change things
"john fuller" Discussed on Are You Real
"ROY nation. John Fuller here. I am fired up for today's interview talking with Frank viola on regress excited about this book because it is talking about what I would call like bipolar ISM of Christianity because I think so many times we shun people for their beliefs as far as if they're believe in rapture, don't or how much grace they can have their so many different topics. Christianity, unfortunately, it's divided the body in which is horrific in my opinion of love to see that gap closed. So. Oh, I believe that Frank is doing a fantastic job of bringing that to the light in showing people. What I think is some of the stupidity in Christianity for us even doing that. But anyways that being said, my new friend Frank fire. Are you ready to roar? I'm ready to do whatever you want. Johnny roar. Bark. Here's grunt. You name. It come so Frank. Learn tells a little bit about yourself for some of my people my tribe who don't know who you are. I know you're a bestselling author. You've written a ton of books. Why don't you kinda just talk a thirty thousand foot view of like who you are what you're doing right now. All right. We'll do. Well, when I was young dumb single man at age sixteen. I had a head on collision with Jesus Christ. And it wreck mate, and my heart was hot for the Lord. I wanted to know him and everything about him. So from the ages of sixteen to twenty three I got involved in numerous churches, movements Parrott's organizations. I was probably attending fifty bible studies week that's an exaggeration, but many many bible studies. And when I was twenty three John I experienced a crisis and that Christ. Is best captured in the phrase. There must be more. I had in my heart in my bones. I knew the had to be more to the Lord than what I was being exposed to what I was being taught. I knew that there had to be more to the scriptures of over against what I was being taught. And I knew there had to be more to this thing called search. And I had been around the block in many, different, churches and denominations and so forth. But just this this cry there had to be more. There must be more than this than so that led me on odyssey to find out. What that Moore was? And so Consequently, I started to do some writing these the early days of the internet. They didn't have blogs at the time. I did some writing I started to put pamphlets together sin to France, send them to my friends about the discoveries. I was making and thankfully Christian publisher. A major publishing house discovered me in two thousand eight a published me some of the work. I was doing some the controversial stuff. I was discovering Hinton's than I've published over twenty books all of which to seek to solve problems that Christians face, especially those who know in their hearts, there's gotta be more than this. Then that's exciting. So let's go back to. You think it's fascinating that obviously, I don't think it's fascinating that there was more. I get that. You're that drive. And hey, what is doing? But I think it's fascinating. Hey started making pamphlets in that you're writing about it. So what scored that where you like riding in high school and college like that just kind of naturally came or you just felt compelled to do it. Yeah. This is this is in the years twenty eight twenty three on. And so in my twenties and early thirties. I just started to write my thoughts, and what I was discovering and the problems that I was facing a Christian. And then the solutions I was stumbling into or those at the Lord was giving me. And so I just started to, you know, write these things in and I go to, you know, the print shop and just have make little pamphlets and tracts, and I've sent them out to friends, and then, you know, they're friends started to get a hold of them. And then one person set wanted. She put this in a book. And I I don't know how to write a book, I have no idea..
"john fuller" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"John Fuller with focus on the family spoke. Just a few moments ago is to educate people and just show them pictures of babies and say that is not it's not a mob, a blob of tissue. It's a baby and then to activate people to in an appropriate and honoring way stand up for life. The culminating moment of the twelve week campaign. We'll be alive for older sound broadcast on massive digital screens in Times Square later this afternoon. North Korea grabbed the attention of the United States Japan, South Korea and President Trump with more. Short range missile launches earlier today, North Korea's firing of what South Korea describes it. Several short range missiles comes as a likely sign of Pyongyang's growing frustration at stalled diplomatic talks with Washington North Korea's seeking relief from international sanctions in return for nuclear disarmament. But President Trump says he still believes in nuclear deal with North Korea will happen in a Saturday morning tweet. Trump says he believes North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN fully realizes the great economic potential of North Korea. And we'll do nothing to interfere or ended. Trump adds. He also knows that I'm with him and does not want to break his promises to me. Ben Thomas, Washington. Former vice president Joe Biden focusing his twenty twenty White House campaign on South Carolina this weekend. Several other democratic candidates are spending time in Iowa. News and analysis at townhall dot com. Recently, we had the privilege to talk to answer San Diego, family members sunshine teacher advantage of the answer. San Diego's half-price wishing to send her son to a private preschool sunshine now. English and writing they're going to learn even at an accelerated rate at of high of secular pool, sunshine..
"john fuller" Discussed on Are You Real
"Join in as we speak to everyone from successful business owners to educators to athletes about their faith. And how it helps them reach out and revolutionize those around them to do the same. And now get ready to roar with your host the voice of manifestation John Fuller nation. John Fuller here in real excited. If the word would be eccentric. But we are going to go for something. Crazy, I'm excited because we are talking about kingdom business purpose in how that all is gonna look like I'm going to get to talk with my personal friend who I cannot wait to introduce you guys to Jack Smith Jackie ready to roar. My friend. Ration- come on. Let's do this. So ROY nation. Check this out, Jack, I got to meet he's been over a year. I met in Dallas, I went to the upper room. Love those guys over there. Mitt so many people out of the room in Dallas, we go. Visit sometimes Jack was actually visiting at the time in we've stayed connected ever since. But Jack is a businessman we're going to dive into Jack, I'm gonna just let you introduce yourself to my audience of like who you are in what you do brother. So the mic is yours, my friend Mannix Ademi honored Stokes to be here yet. So Jack Smith at a Santa Barbara California about ninety miles north of Los Angeles did seven years in Dallas with the boys of the upper room was and gals at the upper room. Lifelong relationships were Bill Jesus is moving in that place and really has has done so much for my life through the relationships, including John's that have been formed of through through my time in Dallas. So long long short. You know, I grew up in northern California not knowing one Christian. Nobody. So liberalize style that was what, you know, somebody in the world would would live if they have no idea who Jesus what he did for us. And what it means to have relationship with him. And what that does for us as as people are hearts minds are bodies. So man, I ran wild at a very young age gotten a ton of trouble did everything the wrong way. And. Yeah. Man. I mean crazy, you know, in and out of jail for for everything. He knows seem like so thank the Lord. I came out of that season. But you know, what what happened to the beginning of of this journey in in business kingdom. Really? I can attribute to a friend of mine that wrote a big check when I was twenty three years old. And he said, hey, buddy, we're getting in the mortgage business in your running it. And so is probably the worst thing for me at the time. But at twenty three I'd I'd eighty employees, bro. I don't know if I told you that before handful idiot implies with no moral, compass. No idea what to do with relations industry that went up. I mean, it was it was failure from from the get go, right? And so at that point in time in the mortgage business, they were printing money early has it ever seen the big short. That's a movie about kind of what happened in the mortgage crisis. And it's really a story of my life. You know, had five houses in it was just it. For my skill set. More. I wasn't in life. It was it was an absolute curse because almost died because of it because of the, you know, the amount of of quote, unquote, wealth, and just my lack of of responsibility and knowledge of what to do with it. But when I was twenty five I had an audible voice after after a night of just, you know, be under the influence of several things I woke up in bed. My heart was racing in a had this this thing that was almost audible Boyce said you'd come to me, you're gonna die. And again, thinking am I still high? Exactly, exactly. I mean, really. But but there was something in on. I'm gonna tell you guy in. So I did go to go to Catholic church until I was seven years old, man. I remember being Catholic church and feeling the presence of God..
"john fuller" Discussed on Are You Real
"Voice of manifestation John Fuller. Nation. John Fuller here in I am fired up excited or this morning's episode in. Yes, it is morning. So if you're catching this in the afternoon, well, it's your afternoon or night. So we're just going to have fun with what we're about to do. So I'm excited for today's episode. We have a lot in common. I have a fellow podcast or here that is changing the world through podcasting in some self development. So mcq cited reach into that. So that being said thing, are you ready to rock this thing? I am. I'm ready to roar, man. Come on. Hey, actually, I had two guys. We did a three way podcast in one of them roared. Do you have a reward? You wanna do it? I mean, it's pretty okay? Yeah. Fair enough. It's gonna AM I got some roommates. I wanna make be conscious of them. So that really funny. Like, what is going to be down there? So awkward of. Okay. So ROY nation. Check this out. I love how describes himself. I'm just going off of his website. But it's fine. He said he's alter competitive fiercely determined loyal friend relationship driven internally motivated sports fanatic adrenaline junkie lover of learning disciplined by necessity extroverted and introverted passionate and inspired. Are I I love that. So they want you dive into more about like who you are in what you do. Yeah. Thanks, john. I it's I haven't read that by on a bit. So I actually appreciate that was those better than I remembered. No, I I I was a professional golfer for for years. So it's kinda weird describing what I do now. Because the last year has been a lot of building into what's next. But currently the tagline is a writer speaker entrepreneur, and what that looks like is a book that I wrote that just came out for eighteen months of working on. And now also getting more speaking opportunities through that unexcited see what God brings with that side. But a lot of what I focus on all of my work is personal and professional development. It's taking that professional athletes mindset to everyday people never they live. So I do individual collaboration work with other. Freelancers entrepreneurs trying to help them with those disciplines those routines those habits and really getting clear about the vision the strategic game plan to get there. And then holding them accountable to do that just being teammate. And then I also have a coffee business. I run that's called collaboration coffee, and it's portable Espresso. Bar for e events in weddings. So it's a pretty diverse in in a very stretching season of life. As I have a a few too many things going on. But got us faithful. And I am just excited to keep working hard for him. That's what you just said that so just so, you know, we did a trial run for the last two months of God, literally gave us a building long story in our town, and we just put a coffee shop in there about a month and a half two months ago..
"john fuller" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
"President Jim Daly. I'm John Fuller. John I always enjoy hearing Ted speak about marriage because he combines biblical principles with great stories of his own family and some humor as well. He is so fun to listen to you're going to hear it. And today's message was given at liberty university. And he's incurring the young people there to consider getting married sooner rather than later. Which I think is great advice, and he has some wonderful marriage principals to share with all of us principles that will ply to your marriage in mind too. And so here's Ted Cunningham, speaking on Valentine's Day, properly enough, focus on the. So hey, you never know I met my wife on a blind date. At liberty university in nineteen ninety five the night, I met her. I said to my buddy Austin to load, I'm gonna marry this woman. And he looked at me said, you can't decide that I go. I just did. And I'll never forget walking into the kitchen of her six foot two full blooded Norwegian father. He's pretty much Viking. You gotta see this guy. Very intimidating. I said I'd like permission to marry your daughter to which he responded in his thick Norwegian accent. You'll jeff. I said but only under one condition, I just graduated Amy had one year left. I wanted to break all the rules. I wanted to get married between her junior and senior year. So I said may I have permission to marry her. Now, if you let me marry her now, I will pay for her senior year of college. To which he said. Backchat? Guys, always ask me at a vent and churches, bro. How did you get married at twenty two and twenty one and afford to pay for a senior year of college? I said it was this thing called a job. I had more than one. And I love it when they say I can't afford to get married young. I'm like, bro. I would believe that if you weren't holding venti care, Mark, yada. When your right hand in an iphone seven plus in your left. You need to start thinking folger's flip bones, bro. You cannot start marriage with a wife and unlimited data. You really got to think this through. But you can afford to get married young. I'm convinced and you haven't started marriage right until you get your parents hand-me-down mattress. I'm just saying. The dip already built in you get that's a good way to start marriage. Don't go to eat. Alan don't go to eat. Alan, go to Home Depot by one by twelve and cinder blocks. And that's how you have shelving. There's a lot of ways to get married started. Right. And I'm encouraging young people to get married my son. And I we love watching YouTube clips together, his favorite YouTube clip is the German coast guard if you get time check that out sometime today guys being trained day one on the German coast guard and a mayday comes in. We are thinking we are seeking. Hello. This is the German coast. God mad mad. We are sinking. We are sinking. What are you thinking about? My son thinks that's the funniest ever seen falls over in laughter. A few weeks later were driving down the road. And I start singing him from my childhood that goes like this. I was thinking deep in sin far from the peaceful show and from the back seat. I heard what were you thinking about? And I looked at my wife, and I said, they see everything we do they hear everything we say, they forget nothing. And then they repeat. And so I want my desire twenty two years..
"john fuller" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"John Fuller with us personal injury turning. We're talking to Pamela, Pamela, I feel. We're we're not going to be able to help you because statutes of limitations. No matter how much you worked on things. No matter how much you've tried to keep it alive. It there things expire. And if we can help you with Medicare or Medicaid, we can try to do that. Pamela, you're not gonna get any health care or anything from state farm. Do you understand that part of it? Well, I I hear you. But the nature of the case in what they have done legally is illegal. Way up to the governor of rich spot blocking me getting turning who's Rick Scott, governor of Florida? Yeah. Okay. Also in and in the news for Medicaid family. I want to say some Pamela in all honesty, it's been eight years. I I wonder why you struggle letting this go so much. I mean. Well, it's gonna watch you in your grave. I was I couldn't walk. I would you care. You have Medicare struggle struggle for my healthcare. You've got to lend us go. It's going to eat you alive. It's consuming. You talk about Medicare Medicare, Pamela, you have Medicare you have healthcare. So what do you what else? Do you need? I don't understand you have Medicare. State farm is on my insurance. Lady who have Medicare? You say foreign is the issue is the issue. Well, why are on my insurance dictate? My care. They are not hating your care. Pam just so we can understand help. Explain to us. How state farm is manipulating care. Well, blocking my care. Why would they do now? Well, I couldn't get the surgery rotator cuff tears, and the only way rotate a parent, Tom, and John is from surgery, why wouldn't stay warm blocked that why would they care if you give surgery is two hundred and fifteen Pamela hamlet Andre but you're on Medicare. So it has nothing to do with state farm. Why would state farm blocked that surgery? It has nothing to do with them. Not wanna pay. Hamlet pamela. Listen, that's not true hamlet. Can you just listen for a sec states? I am listening to what you're saying is wrong. State farm is all it's gone. It's done. What if you had surgery today? State farm doesn't have to pay a dime. They're not involved. They have no reason to try to block your care. You. No, they didn't. I think you're mentally ill. I hate to tell you that. But you need how well you can documented here. A doctor stating they impress. I was illegally implanted implanted. What? I do what it is in my Regina, and Rick and it burns pitchers of the burns and my up here..
"john fuller" Discussed on Are You Real
"Host, the voice of manifestation, John Fuller. Hayward nation, John Fuller here, and I in fired. You hear me say that every week, but I am fired up this week and let me tell you why? Because we are about to talk about sex desire relationships and shaped by God's grand story. And let me tell you why that's important. I don't think this, this author that about this actor, the book that we're talking about is so important for today's culture and the direction that we're going in as a culture. And I just think God's got a big heart, four in excited because the author about to introduce you to is just written something phenomenal that I feel like is just literally cutting edge of what people need to hear. So that being said, I'm gonna shut up for a second, maybe and introduce you guys Christopher you on you ready to do this. I m ready, come on, fired up and ready to go baby. Okay. So ROY nation, check this out. Chris. I taught at moody bible institute for more than ten years. He has speaking ministry on faith sexually in his reached five continents. He speaks at conferences, college campuses and Turcios. He co authored with his mom memoir out of far country, a gay son's journey to God. A broken mother searched for hope is also the author of giving a voice to the voiceless love that Dr you on holds degrees from moody, bible institute. Wait in college in Bethel seminary. Man brother says, like you are well educated. Well, just try to use the gifts that God has given me to to know more about him and know better how to serve the church. Absolutely. I love what you said. Use your gifts better because you, I think you just nailed it right on the head. It's so true as we have gifts in it is our responsibility to hone those in in release though, so. Okay. So Christopher, let's dive into kind of a call at the thirty thousand foot view. Just who you are, what you're doing in kind of your passion for Jesus. Yes. So things didn't used to be, you know, the way they were like like now I wasn't a Christian. I wasn't raised in a Christian home and so I don't. We don't own a viable, didn't have to go to church, but my parents raised with very traditional family values. So I think my my parents, I'm not. Caucasian. My parents are Chinese. They were born in China and came to the US to pursue the Merican dream. They not of us. We were Christian, but I had wrestled with my security from the young age. I had these attractions that I knew were different from the other boys that I was growing up with. I didn't come out until my early twenties, which is older for today is usually younger that now people are wrestling with their sexuality and also with gender, but I didn't come out till my early twenties. I broke the news to my parents so amazing is through that crisis. My parents actually come to faith while I when the opposite direction, I was actually a from Chicago. I was living in Louisville, Kentucky. I was in in dental school, get my doctorate. My father's a dentist and I came out and when when my parents kind of through that crisis, my parents come to faith wetback Louisville and I just. Doubt, dove right into the gay community. I was partying. Like, you know, I guess all unbelieving non Christians do in their twenties. I was going to get clubs. I started doing drugs and I really wanna be clear to our listeners to that. Yes, some gays and lesbians do drugs, but not all. So we need to be really careful not to stereotype. That is certainly part of my story, but I always have to tell it and some people are angry that I do because they think trying to link the two, but they're not. But I have to tell you my story and be honest about it, but I also want to tell everyone that would you encounter Lord Jesus Christ, he will impact every aspect of your life. So I was doing drugs and eventually, unfortunately, I got expelled from dental school just in my senior year of all things out. Yeah, but my my, I moved to Atlanta, Georgia and I did kept doing what I knew how to best. I actually had begun selling drugs while I was in. Dental school, and in Atlanta became a supplier..
"john fuller" Discussed on Are You Real
"Welcome to our you real finding the authentic you. The podcast that focuses on Christians that are active in everyday life join in as we speak to everyone from successful business owners to educators to athletes about their faith and how it helps them reach out and revolutionize those around them to do the same and now get ready to roar with your host, the voice of manifestation, John Fuller. Nation, John Fuller here fired up and excited to introduce my not new, but special guest, Jody hall Hawlan Jodi rock dissing my friend. I'm ready to rock and I'm ready to roar. Come on somebody. All right. It's a rogue nation check this out. It's been awhile is you know, Jodi has done a show in the past called success. He also has been on several shows with me and we always have fun conversations. Different things. What makes it fun about Jodi is he is a master book writer. The guys were like over twenty books. Is that right? Jodi guy, seventeen published imprint and then think five books that are out there as well. So over twenty you are content writing machine. My friend, I like to write stuff down. Yes, obviously, hey, I saw this thing. It would call it. It was like on twenty twenty one time. It was years ago, but this guy hit spent his entire life. Literally everything that he did minute by minute step by step. If he went out to the mailbox, he would come back and he would write it in his journal hers computer that what he did at that minute and went to the. So they basically said he had the perfect alibi because you knew what he did every minute of every day. That's crazy. Man. I'm not at that level. Believe that level requires medication overcome. This joke, man, I don't know if anybody's ever been thought it was kind of weird, but it was different. That's funny. So so Jodie for fun today, your new book I do wanna talk about because I think it's important for readers to check out and it's fun to like it, but your new book is called faces of reality. Yeah, face reality is all about how you look at a person's face and understand the psychology of what's behind that facial structure. So you'd think about how you feel when you first meet a person..
"john fuller" Discussed on Are You Real
"Welcome to our you real finding the authentic you the podcast that focuses on christians that are active in everyday life join in as we speak to everyone from successful business owners to educators to athletes about their faith and how it helps them reach out and revolutionized those around them to do the same and now get ready to roar with your host the voice of manifestation john fuller roar nation john fuller here in i am super excited for today's special guests a lot of memories we're gonna go down memory lane a little bit but that being said i want to tell you guys about before i introduce him he is a lead singer of a multiplatinum rock band and he is racked up more than thirty one number one singles in sold more than nine million albums in his also georgia music hall of fame so that being said mr mac tau are you ready my friend yes sir i'm ready that is hilarious so i would give you a bigger and better intro i think most people at least in my audience are going to know who you are but i had to look you up in wikipedia i'm assuming it's all true all of that stuff true what has to be because it's on the internet that's right so being said i'd have a lot of stuff to read off so anyways mac that being said why don't you tell our listeners those who i mean we know your music a lot of us have followed you for years why don't you tell us a little bit about use your interest in your family yeah well i don't know how far back you want me to go or to pick up where i am now but i'm originally from alabama and moved to atlanta when i was a sophomore in high school which was many many many years ago started the ban right out of high school markley guitar player myself we started the band and played together just kind of an acoustic thing for a while and then that david tie or drummer and bass player for a long time and then about a year later it kinda turned into third day and around ninety three ninety four somewhere in there it's started growing more and in growing more and then we got a record deal came out breath i wreck.
"john fuller" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Help john fuller attorney at law he's a personal injury attorney so of course if you have any questions and i do have a couple but i wanna take suzie right now quick i mean choose me larry larry's been waiting longer larry what's going on sir hey larry we have as her way in many of our people are not paying we're interested in putting a lien against their homes but we need a lawyer that is very reasonable because we don't have much money even willing to do all the work that is necessary some attorneys now very seldom will you get attorneys work on contingency personal injury is one area but collection of hoa with an hoa firm they know that this is a if you have the right bylaws you have to pay to have those bylaws reviewed if those bylaws call if they're if they're written properly you can foreclose on these houses and some of these law firms will do that for you and in this case i don't know if he'll do it on contingency but his alley here's what he can do he'll review your hoa agreement and you can pay him for that he may he may see that the collection laws are strong enough in there or the the collection agreement that he may if if if there's a lot to be had how many homeowners total in the hoa i mean in the in the under the authority of the hoa how many i think we have sixty four how many are paying probably fifty five oh so you only have you only have ten people not paying nine people at still could be worth it to an attorney though because after fees in collection he could be making thousand bucks so how long have nine people not been paying some over two years and you know here's the thing larry there is no way out of this i mean there really isn't man unless it's an illegal h h ways are ruthless put us super lean yeah the way the laws are man you don't bankrupt you can bankrupt out of some of the accumulated fees but then you can keep stacking 'em up but it becomes a lien on the property and that does not go away only the personal liability but it's still on your property so you guys have a lot of.
"john fuller" Discussed on Are You Real
"Welcome to our you real finding the authentic you the podcast that focuses on christians that are active in everyday life join in as we speak to everyone from successful business owners to educators to athletes about their faith and how it helps them will reach out and revolutionize those around them to do the same and now get ready to roar with your host the voice of manifestation john fuller hey more nation john fuller here in i am excited fired up and ready to war with today's special guest we've already been talking a little bit chat before were jumping into this and i'm excited because i think were actually even get into some controversial stuff which is funds if i say something really stupid don't simeoni emails and just know that i love you guys no matter what which is going to make this today's show awesomely fund so guys check this out were roared whoo here we go are you ready preston sprinkle beyond jobs lost i'm excited okay so roar nation i've got even preston's background he was at one point or professional academic i'm just telling you the guy's a brain if you look at his page i was laughing the guy has more degrees and i have socks in and i say that sarcastically but i'm excited because the guy who has written a lot of books he's a speaker an author so this is powerpacked so preston i barely even said anything to be honest but why don't you give us a little bit of history on just your background well it's almost comical i still laugh when i hear people describe it that way because i really not by hated to read hated the study i didn't read a book until as like 17 years old yes i was an athlete i mean i can sit down more than 10 minutes i mean it was so hard just a down do my homework and i don't know how i i think pretty good grades in high school without read the book that says of alone education system in california.
"john fuller" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Owners of vehicles a different party the vehicle was not insured and p a driver didn't have any of the ecole that was insured yet a hold on but do they have homes they do do they own their homes until now well you see this is what john fuller does but he doesn't do it for property he does it for it personal injury pot for property you can do he if these people are there investigators that do asset searches mark there are in fact we have some on our refer elicit will do an asset search um tuesday on what are the name of them that who on the ice they'll do that but i what you need to do an asset search and then because you can soon attach their home but just even just to him and small claims court just get him served you got fifty five bucks or person i go after the owner of the vehicle or just to get the seven tests to get it on record then you can go search that's a good idea it doesn't matter that judgment because night if they win the lottery you got it in here's how you'd figure it out you you'd say okay how much does this car cell with a perfectly clean car maksar a car facts and how much would it sell with a big accident and i would guess three four grand difference would new what do you think these big time easily what is it what kind is it added five locked in karak yeah absolutely man that's it so listen carefully do a small claim it won't do any harm and get your judgement then for collection will go to the referral us and find out assets if they have a house that they have anything it's amazing how many times you can finally get a garnishment autumn if they have a job right or if they inherit money in the future or if they win the lottery these things do happen three three seven one three talk seven 138 255 jim i can't believe that there is a website called get divorce paperscom hi there is a little over a month ago i went on this websi and you know they.
"john fuller" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Is called is the toughest area of personal injury john fuller taught me that of all the of all of them uh he he has really good luck with vehicles with accidents with some medical procedures with different kinds of um with different kinds of a like on a bicycle with pedestrians but when it comes to premises i'm not saying they're all a loss but they're very very difficult so i want to ask you a few questions okay i and this may sound weird but i need to ask them is your wife otherwise in good physical health until then yeah okay how it is she overweight lightly okay which is she does he have any disabilities when it comes to walking the there's a reason i'm asking like like none okay they great very good condition worthy injuries what were the injuries sustained so her condition is good what injuries were sustained after the uh when she led cleared early heard kneecap broke when we hear so she has a broken knee cap yet did she go to the doctors yeah they already got a paint care open or what were the total medical bills i can really paid for it right now the started working because we did have insurance and thank god he he worked with it we totally may have why why don't you have insurance the meeting is in obamacare open to everyone even with medicaid seriously but yeah deductible that credit or too crazy so you didn't qualify for medicaid.
"john fuller" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Well the show hi mark gino and it's all about health information referral and what the heck fun live on facebook live on youtube live on i heart radio app end kay how radio in denver our flagship 630 on the tile and also cardio in colorado springs for the first two hours we have so much going on folks and i urge you to check out the podcasts if you didn't listen to the first few hours we had a lot of follow ups today we have bonnie shields bonnie shields law thrilled three seven nine eight 1927 sir number when she's not here she's a divorce attorney or family law attorney and on a referral us we've been answering questions on that will continue to do that we also have our common woman today guest judy pendry judy is the for experience and business she still works plays golf seventy eight and healthy wonderful gives me hope does does i i i love when they say you come from good stock yet obviously you know unfortunately in life or fortunately for you and me about eighty percent of our health is dealt in the genetics tina deaths in the other twenty percent is really nutrition you know maybe five percent of it is medical care but truly genetics and then nutrition so let's talk john fuller fuller laws of personal injury attorney he also has an expert on damages and problems and we're just wondering where to go with a couple of these problems one where a key he had had wisdom teeth pulled and cause big problems annulled one is john with his grandma some gonna take both of them i'm going to ask john fuller to just listening now john normally does you know traffic accidents motorvehicle that's most of the personal injury in this town but he can do any form of personal injury if there is a case john here's a problem john fuller for this caller john john on has a ninety one year old grandma who was in a behavior health facility because she od'd on pain meds she was depressed they capture their ten days he said she was denied medical treatment for neuropathy and basically what else john who else that although the the heart medication and shingles have dose half dose of medicine for half the time and then denied oxygen that she needs for half the time yep then now she's home and judge john i.
"john fuller" Discussed on Are You Real
"Welcome to our rail episode fifty eight welcome to our you real finding the authentic you the podcast that focuses on christians that are active in everyday life join in as we speak to everyone from successful business owners to educators to athletes about their faith and how it helps them will reach out and revolutionize those around them to do the same and now get ready to roar with your host the voice of manifestation john fuller nation john fuller here and i am super excited today we are divy to q in a is specifically on purpose but before we get started i wanna say a happy anniversary to my wife i don't normally do announcer at like this that i have to because my wife is amazing i've been married to her her at years as of today so i'm super excited about that i would not be the person that i am today or anything like that if it wasn't for my wife she is amazing she does great thing she pushes me challenges me enda besides all that the fact that she's amazing in sweet she's about ten times out of my league because she is absolutely beautiful so anyways that always makes it one more nation you guys have sent me emails and facebook messages over the last six months a lot on purpose i've had people talk about their pain not knowing how to process it how do i discover purpose now that i've discovered it what do i do with it uh so today i have brought on rusty paying we've talked with him in the past but i'm just telling you i don't wanna puff his head up to explode it but that guy is also at helping people discover purpose so we are going to dive into his book and we're also going to diamond your questions and we are going to answer these head on to help you roared nation discover fine purpose in move forward so rusty you excited ready to go brother wam allies knew it all right so resi why don't we dive in a little bit uh for those who have not gone to back episodes why don't you just talk a little bit about you real quick what you do ours in the military in how you heal people on purpose will just do a recap roadway inn we're going to dive right into of ordinations russians in the questions you have.