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"john mark" Discussed on Things Above
"So as in union kind of psychology integration is about lowering the gap between your ego and your shadow and kind of come into the yard. I just think the best way to do that. As in prayer as this that you project into the world the you that you wish you were but actually aren't and the you that you don't want to admit you are but actually are those two things can come back together. When prayer becomes receiving the love of the trinity and as you are and then ironically. That's actually starts to change you into the person that you were meant to be. That was john mark. Comber in this is a things about podcast..
"john mark" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
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"john mark" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"That christians should not vote for the state to take on the role of loving our neighbor loving our enemies. That should be the churches. The job of another's believe that you can work with the government on those things right. So do you have any thoughts on how to the drifted between those two things or have we created sort of a false binary. Maybe well i think we over talking a little bit. Because i don't think we have nearly the influence that we want to believe that we have states so i think Sure do your thing have your opinion and then get on with the work. That god's called you to do. I think that's one of the reasons so much anger anxieties because people overestimate their influence over. What happens in politics. You know and i just think increasing. We don't have a lot and that just is so on with the work. I think when it comes to specific Poor and it gets incredibly important not to moralize it. Because it's it's debate over how not over. what so. The debate is over how to best care for the poor. Not like what. The bible says about krishna sensibility to the poor. If you're a christian. If you're a follower of jesus you have a calling before god the share from what you have if you have any extra care for the poor as well as the immigration. The refugee in that the question becomes how obviously democratic socialist christians. Think the best way to do. It is government programming and higher taxes and wealth. Redistribution republican and libertarian christians through a government deregulation and creating space for agency in entrepreneurship and anna baptist or a political incentive. Thank it's not through government at all. But it stood church. Andrew relational one on one in so in all honesty. I lean more anna baptist in my theological orientation and i think justices best relationships in community. Not through programs kind of checks. I think it's best done at a micro level. Not a macro level through relational people. Which is why i think. The new testament has a ton to say about caring for the poor injustice. Not about. It's all. Just the assumption of paul.
"john mark" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Very Very alone in their faith right now with that being twisted into a really political very very partisan idea maybe some feelings of shame discouragment that come with. What would you say to people who are feeling those ways. Yeah a lotta. I would have a lot of compassion. Because i feel that way on pretty much a daily basis you know and and the tricky thing i think for us is to delineate between like what's that. What is a realistic and reasonable sense of shame that we need to repent meaning. We feel embarrassed because people are antagonistic toward orthodoxy. Or toward the wave. Jesus or toward the sex ethic of jesus and what is a shame based on people just being fools and baptizing jesus for their their partisan agenda which in my opinion may be important that is just as prevalent on the left as it is on the right but you'll notice that people on both the left and the right were used christian terminology. But it's like rosaria better fail. How's that line. It's like about how they have Same old cab. Ury different dictionary today might use some of the same words love or justice or freedom. Or you've on the blank but what they actually mean by. Those is radically different than what jesus in the writers Made or even just the way of jesus down through church history meets jesus said over and over again many will say to the on that day. Did we not an aimed at. We know your name department never new year. Our job is to stay faithful. Jesus and i don't think there's any berge whether you live in a more conservative culture or margaret or you're stacking between china national or something. I don't think there's our version of following jesus in the coming years and decades that doesn't have all cultural. Are you hopeful. About the american church overcoming these The divides and becoming a a unified force. Here in the us Yes because i think the more that we become a minority ethnic minority cognitive minority sociologist would say the more that we kind of move into an exile kind of moment. The more secular culture comes the more people will be forced to concede that we are a counterculture. Or you know a patrick. Nina's has this whole thing on how the church gets to become a counter anti culture and have a word order as become politicized that i'm not using it in that sense but you know in genesis kind of archetypal metaphor language human vocation. It's a take chaos and make order. I'm phillip brief. Did this whole thing. On how western secular culture is increasingly attempting to take order and make chaos. And so what's needed is not a counterculture which is what is needed against like rebellion an oppressive authorities systems but as like a counter anti-culture to actually stand for something and stand for human flourishing new on a community so yeah i think the more that we become a minority on the cognitive minority on the sidelines. This society the more marginalized we are the more in exile. We are the more we will come together more unified. Where's the church. More most unified in the most secular cities in america. Like the the church in portland is thriving together. It's incredibly unified. We're friends together. We're working together because it's a different busy minority mentality. It's just different. There's no competition there snow. Who can do the coolest sermon series to steal people from this church over. It's just we don't think that way not because we're more virtuous just because that's not the mindset of somebody who's living in exile. It's ooh you to. Let's come together. How can we be to get you know. The sad thing right now is just seeing. How many people on the left on the right are just how many christians are just taking captive by ideologies rick trillion dollar tree and. It's really sad. But i think some of it will burn itself out. And what's left will be the resilient disciples who are ready to still follow. Jesus soon as always this debate about the rule of a christian political sphere. Some christians believe very firmly.
"john mark" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"And like you know not allowing you know No collateral no repercussions for false information being spread on on their platforms so the supreme court. Tilting isn't just a roe. V wade situation. This is now Is going to really affect big tech too. So it'll be interesting to see what happens next year too and this is one. I don't really know which i don't. I don't ultimately because they're all for the supreme court. That's what i'm saying like. This is literally a judgment call. The call will probably come down on the side of breaking a big tech. Yeah and and to me again. I i don't really thought through. And i think there's tons of unintended consequences both ways but i do feel like especially for christians who want to be very informed about not just the actual information being shared. But how that information is regulated. I feel like it's pretty critical to at least kind of develop start to develop an understanding of what some of those unintended consequences can be. Especially you know as it pertains to how information about faith issues and faith and social issues are shared and interpreted and regulated. It's just it's just an interesting area. That were slowly waiting into feeling. We're going to start regulating. likes it's going to. It's going to start escalating pretty quickly. You know i agree. I mean because the conspiracy theorist circuit say. See this big brother. Meddling with but that's not even a conspiracy theory that's actually would be nobody there saying it would be like. That's what they say. Firing too high to silence me like no. They're just trying to unilaterally. Say this is factually incorrect. You guys yeah personally is with right. They'll they'll make myopic and say that that somebody in and facebook is trying to silence. Bob and it's like mark. Thank you for sharing this prayer. To whatever it's like well prove zuckerberg is part of the pedophile ring the reality is like most business ventures a big tech is not worried is not overly concerned about with ideological principles. I think they're most concerned about their bottom line and also protecting themselves from legal liabilities. And i think that's probably the ultimate motivating factor. You know he. I think we will look back on this. Twenty six to twenty fifteen to twenty twenty era of social media one day and go. I can't believe it used to be like that. Because i think it'll look so different in the future. Yeah all right. What jamie all right. Something that we are looking forward to this month is a lot of Watching tv you guys bench. Watch stuff during the holidays. Like we're big binge-watch stuff over black school breaks up endorsed stuff. Every day with my whole family sits down with social. Life is watching uninterrupted. Seven hours of television every night. Two years ago we watched all the rockies over thanksgiving.
"john mark" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"It's time for long sues. All right so i kind of curious about the thoughts on this i have. I have lots of them. And i don't know where i land and it's about the latest move by twitter to combat. The spread of differ disinformation on their platform. Up to like recently. They've started you know this is spin something in the last few months. Where if a a notable person or a a story that starts getting some momentum is being shared on their platform but they're fact checkers determine that it that it is not true especially if it involves anything with the you know the pandemic or or public safety or with You know the election day market as potentially false or misleading information through sometimes is disputed or some yeah and and so that was sort of it started kind of on the link level and then moved to the tweet level and now if you actually re tweet so if you're actually sharing that you know disinformation than your you'll get a warning when you hit re tweet but twitter is now kind of ramping up and soon. They're rolling out a new feature that even if you try to like a tweet that contains information that they have deemed false. You're going to get a warning before you like stuff. So yes so you know this is a you guys or anyone who's listening who's followed kind of politics and uses twitter as an information source. I think you know there's definitely value to having some front facing back checking but now it's kind of creeping into the basic functionality of the of the of the application and you've also seen at the same time it people departing for parlor which is sort of the conservative leaning social media platform that advertises itself as censorship. for you know they deem what twitter's doing as censorship Twitter says they're merely providing a service to to stop the spread of information but quick side note on parlor thing quickly become like the cross fit of the tech world. Because it's like the joke. Hey how do you know if someone's into cross fed. Don't worry i'll tell you that's just want to let you know to use this platform to let you know going over parlor see later and it's like a week later you guys over our parlor yet. But i've just moved over there. The fox news host. maria. What's her last name. The one who actually was perpetuating a lot of the conspiracy theories sydney powell and all that stuff on fox news. Yeah she after the election was doing exactly what you said. I'm going to parlor. I'll still use twitter to promote the show. But all of my scoops and my real thoughts be on parlor and and and the newspaper did analysis since election day. She's posted on twitter hundred and eighty seven times. She's posted on parlor like seventeen times. Nobody like my audience is on twitter. I can't walk away from my audience. They say all this stuff but they aren't actually leaving funny the having that's l. Everyone who's i've seen announced. Hey farewell twitter go into parlor. It's like just what a circle back and let you guys know about that parlor thing because you're required quite over their algorithm censored over here you got any parlor tweet pre through the forest right. Yeah exactly but But i do understand the concerns of critics who You know say that these moves by social media platforms can potentially hamper free speech. I understand those arguments. I don't necessarily agree with them. But i do think making does feel weird i like what are they gonna do. What's the line is gonna move like his like. This is offensive now. Not just factually wrong is feels like it would take on. A personal nature of others to me is going to be a bias and to like it. There's a difference between spreading sheriff reformation by t by writing something that is observable fossil and posting it or even re tweeting something too much less. You know liking something to me it. That's totally different. Because you know why they're doing this. The self policing is ramping up. Because the looming shift in the administration there will be a big big time discussion about tech oversight and possibly breaking up the tech monopolies biden. Winning was really bad for google and facebook and twitter. Because they're going to get more involved because there's this loophole law that the tech industry. That was made you know. This law was made thirty five years ago before our current social media era that they use to say we just create the platform. We're not liable for any of the content that's published on our platform. Unlike media that is held accountable for what we publish. You can be sued for libel defamation and different things like that. So there's laws are checks and balances but facebook and stuff. The users can perpetuate and facebook's not held liable that laws going to be looked at next year and so Twitter's trying to do is ramp up so this get ahead of it. So like hey. You don't need to clamp down on us because we're good. We cleaned it up but the the the reality is it's coming that that twitter will become liable for misinformation or defamation being spread on twitter and so that's going to fundamentally changed social media. Yeah and and to me. That's where it gets a little concerned. Because i look. I mean we all have we all have know encountered misinformation in the wild and seen people duped by it but at the same time the the the tech sort of in in me kind of says. Well how is it fundamentally different than me. Having a text thread twenty friends that. I'm you know. Promoting conspiracy theories are misinformation on and not having my phone company. Come in and say this private and public but what if private twitter account. And i wonder the accounts would be different. You know what a what about the barbershop if you wanna. You wanna hear the most lies you've ever heard of your life go to a black barber shop like if this does go. I was on a saturday. Goto black barbershop. There's going to be packed on saturday. We'll probably not now cove it but when things come back you're going to hear the most lies in public you've ever heard in your entire the freedom of speech versus public content that's published. I think that's the fine line media can't say whatever we have to have some again. You can be sued and so like twitter and facebook will probably lose that autonomy that other media companies have to abide by and so that's the thing of like private conversations freedom of speech for individuals that's fine. The individual won't be sued but facebook would be held accountable for the content they published. I was gonna say but everybody but so are they going to this. The question they going to impose these restrictions on people that are media personalities. Or are they gonna impose on everybody including jan him ninety right. Yeah i think what again. It's all tb d. i mean like this is. It hasn't even been discussed legally yet like from the congress standpoint. Okay but what. What is what they're talking about. Overturning is a loophole. That protects the publisher. The publishing platform for being held accountable for the content on its platform and so facebook will be held accountable for anything. A user pushes publishes onto facebook so facebook. We'll have to limit what it'll let you publish. Because they're going to be held accountable where it gets to me complicated because like you know i can see the argument on both sides because to a degree for immediate publisher ultimately there some editorial oversight right like most media. Publishers either employees. The writers are commissioned the things that they ended up publishing where you know if i was twitter can make the case will other than the tech the front facing technology. How's it fundamentally different. If i was like a like a a printing press that someone wanted to use my platform to publish a pamphlet. That was just insane. But i'm like more. There's using technology. I'm just yes. Technically i was the publisher. 'cause i published it for. I had no control of the content. They you yeah different. Yeah yeah and and i. This is me not something where yeah where. I have a sort of moral conclusion. I just think it's interesting to watch it. Evolve you know so so so you just made. The two arguments pass a platform versus his publisher responsibility and that argument. Yeah probably in the next year or two will make its way to the supreme court which is now heavily conservative and we'll probably abide or with the censorship side of things..
"john mark" Discussed on Jazzed About Work
"I am not the chemist developing those products that we use like bayer or those big companies. They they have chemist that it had been doing that for years. And we chose honestly when chris cunningham one of the fellow founders and jason brown leather founder. Basically all came together and we they had been in the pest control industry and i would intrigue me about. Pest control is my own research. I wanted to see this indeed. Is this in need and can this sustain not only during the good times but i wanted to look back in eight when i was in college. How did how did pest control. In general do through the downturn right what it do during down markets and it was actually one of the industries not only sustain but grew so i was like. Wow that's a that's a sign. It's a major need people one. Don't like bugs and ben termites to real on properties. And i think the price point to for our target market is low enough to where if something were to happen. It's not that much compared to other things that someone may by and let alone at being on one of the top five needs in the world. I mean mosquitoes kill the most amount of people every single year. Malaria other diseases are real and so pest control is truly important and so back then before i got into it i had research all of that and i was like. Wow this is my path. I'm about to be the bug guy. And when my all my friends questioned why. John mark are you doing pest control. What's in pest control. I knew at that very moment by my mindset that i was doing the exact right thing and i didn't explain why i wanted to show them an in the coming years. They did they ask me how to do it. So you launched your company. And then the next amazing thing i think for a young company and young is that you've grown to fourteen locations now and not that many years and you're an eight states and you have more than two hundred team members. How how did you go about. Not just launching a local company. But i planning and implementing a growth plan like that. Yeah that's another great and loaded question. I wanna i say we have way more to do way more to accomplish way more to learn and it's very you know. We are very happy with where we are today but we are still very hungry. Were very much a long-term company. We're gonna be in this for a long time and and being becoming a national brand is very very much a goal of ours and we want to be intentional with that goal of through our actions every day to get there. I think in the beginning Back in two thousand thirteen. I think you know you always have confidence. We weren't cocky But we had confidence in our ability of what we can do and create a better mousetrap within the industry and truly show the customer. Hey there's something better than what you've got right now out there. And that's why. I think competitions a beautiful thing and i think There's a lot of little things that we did rights and we still do today but but what helped us get to where we are today and that in itself has been a journey. Those few years have been a journey. I've learned a lot. I think we are most definitely bad. Further right now Than we thought we would be back in twenty thirteen if we could jess. Hey twenty twenty will be at this point. We we Far exceeded all of our goals. But then you reset them and That's that's exciting within itself. But what's more exciting as okay. Now we've done this past few years where we're gonna be now five ten twenty thirty years from now it's Exciting to watch an entrepreneur like you and your team at the class. I was so interested in the clarity. With which you spoke about. What you regard is the real pillars of success for an entrepreneur. I i'd love it if you'd go through a kind of three pillars of entrepreneurship and ensure those with our listeners. Do as quick as possible. 'cause we broke down to three weeks. You know once a week for three weeks and we discussed each pillar. So i traded i once i wanted something to be able to share with the students. What has helped me personally detour. Im today in knowing that. I'm still creating my own story but this is what has helped me in all my years of experience and what's helped us reach a level of success but the first thing i think it's They're all equally important. But i think it starts with grit. That's the first pillar success You gotta have the willpower to do things when you don't want to and i think what helps with that as i go back to my childhood my mom. Hey what's your what. Why are you doing this you know. Why are you wake up every everyday. Why do you want to do something when you actually don't want to do it. Why are you still doing it. And so you know having the right mentality to actually hit accelerate or maybe you're tired so that was one just having that grit to get past the old navy. Seal saying embrace the suck. Well that's when we built character when we go through adversity we force ourselves through it. We're gonna build character. Become better was number. One number two is giving. I think getting is a huge part of success in what a lot of especially college students don't understand and giving your not only finance were no financial giving but you know even yourself giving yourself to who you are to others. You know helping as many people as possible achieve what they would like to achieve. I think you kind of get truthful film from that and it always comes back tenfold so and in the third pillar success would be just. The ability to sell. Cells definitely learned ability. You can learn cells as a. You could learn cells as an eighty year old. But as long as you're willing to embrace it and go through that adversity you know we can have the mentality reader win or relearn. That's.
"john mark" Discussed on The Ziglar Show
"Hello everyone I'm Kevin Miller and this is the ziglar show where our goals to inspire your true performance in this episode fight for deep work blocks. Are you able to concentrate to focus to think critically and creatively in episode seven sixty seven? I brought you John Mark comber and we discussed the profound message in his book. The ruthless elimination of hurry. An issue we discussed was the scattered attention caused by the massive distractions of today's world. What with our electronic devices and social media our attention spans are just at an all time low. The consequences are as John Mark Sites. Were chipping away at our capacity for concentration and contemplation will. This is our habits show and I walked through the seven spokeswoman Ziegler wheel of life with John Mark in the career spoke. He said a priority is fighting for deep work blocks. I mean he's a pastor and a writer so that may not come as a big shock to you. Question for all of us is who does not need deep work blocks or just deep blocks of time. In general deep time to be at peace to think critically and creatively to foster hope how much would our life benefit to stop and think deeply about any aspect of it at all. Will this end more is coming in this show and you can find John Marks book again. It's the ruthless elimination of hurry at John. Mark COMBER COM ER DOT COM or. Of course wherever you buy books here are some great products and services. And we're GONNA jump into the show friends. This show comes to you amidst the corona virus epidemic. And we're talking about the business and economic impact but regarding your health if the stats are right you or someone in your family is likely to in fact come into contact with the virus the absolute.
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"john mark" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Who are these people really? Do this heartache. I and I'M GONNA have. I would have library. People come at me and I don't care because like I think libraries are like a great institution why. I think they're fantastic but I think they're very under utilized right like I. I real quick show of hands around the stable. When's the last time anybody as into a public library Mike Mike in the last year? Have you gone pretty recently? Pretty recently I go. I go with some regularity. John Mark I go a lot actually because there's a really great library by my house but also because my kids it's a really great free and safe place from a kid so it's raining outside like I'll take him to the library and they will go and there's only one exit so I know they're safe wherever they're from Austin the boss. Yeah you're facing an unfriendly crowd. Maybe here okay. So here's here's my take. Here's my take. I feel like a lot more people especially in our generation because I feel like it's like the libraries are now and man. I don't care if he arrested for this libraries. Now feel like they're made for little kids and Super Old people that are just looking for this. It's age margins of society people looking for something to do during the afternoon one day and there's nothing wrong with that but I think they would track a little bit younger of a crowd if they would get a you know if they would take some of these cues and try to make them more social you know like pumps music and even if it's like local music or something like what you know. People I feel like would would not be. I always get uncomfortable in libraries for that reason like I feel like I'm walking on eggshells like I've been at the gym before like a REC center. Where the music goes out. Everyone's working out and all the sudden it just like it goes from this real social thing of like kind of non people working out is feeling good to everyone trying to disguise their grunts and heavy breath in the silence so they just like like the music's playing and it's just like top forty and everyone's kind of doing their thing and then all of a sudden just.
"john mark" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Tennessee. Meanwhile down there in Orlando Florida. He is taking a break from his hard work. Working down there in the Nevada caucus to come back just for always checking shoes soon or get to get some results. Any day now is democratic voter. He's been he's been tweaking he's been he's been tweak into some of the some of the nuts and bolts on the shadow APP and if they are good to go. Here's me that this is going to be a stunning success. A turnaround from the Iowa days. It's our Leicester's producer Chandler straying flow and up there in Loveland Virginia. It's our friend Jesse. Kerri Chandler. I'm curious about your your caucus APP because some for some reason Michael Dukakis has won the caucuses not only trusting fully trusting democracy. We are always happy to have us back on the relevant podcast. Oh he's got a new album out. I've been listening to it all week. It is our friend. John Mark McMillan. Hey John Mark. Hey guys. How're you doing? Good man congrats the day. Has I feel like we've been talking about this for for months now. The day has arrive dropped on Valentine's Day. What's it what's it been like seeing the reception come in from from fans? It's been amazing. Really Amazing I think people really like.
World War II Soviet Spy Dies At 103. Russia And Poland Remember Him Differently
"One of Russia's most celebrated spies has died at the age of a hundred and three Russian state media are remembering him as the man who during World War two stop the **** from destroying the Polish city of Krakow but as in here's Lucy income reports from Moscow the story is not clear cut it's part of a furious debate about the past between Russia and Poland on Thursday Russians woke up to the news that one of their greatest spies Alexi but John had died overnight for national Trucial is is as a news anchor reminded Russians up a thon was born in nineteen seventeen the same year as the communist revolution in present day Belarus at the start of World War two he fought against the **** in the Polish army after Poland capitulated he joins Soviet military intelligence we invite you thought about the medics about some for the TV news focused on discounts claim to fame is daring mission to prevent retreating Germans from destroying crack out one of the most beautiful cities in Poland as the Red Army approach crack out but China allegedly blew up a **** ammunition dump saving the city that feat inspired a popular Soviet movie Russian TV ran an interview with by John mark is one hundred third birthday last Monday we should say a suspect he said he hadn't been trying to save crack he just wanted the war to end as soon as possible the war against **** Germany came to an end four months after the Red Army drove the **** out of the city that's about as much of the Russian story Polish historians can agree to they don't believe cracker was saved by Soviet heroes post a story in say the **** didn't plan to destroy it they simply abandon the city before the red army arrived Alexi baton the great Russian hero is unknown in Poland the stories I saw the proposed on the publication suave Amir Dembski as a historian who heads the Polish institute of international affairs he says the story of a gallant Soviet spy sitting crack out is an urban legend that benefits Russian president Vladimir Putin after Mr Putin gained control of the Russian propaganda industry the heroes let's call it national life to become a Russian big name in two thousand seven put invited but town to the Kremlin and awarded him the hero of Russia metal the Kremlin is using the Soviet victory over the **** to instill national pride among Russians and so strengthen the regime mustn't also my laptop with almost a national but it can December you know should be reminded visiting leaders all sacrifices the Soviet Union had made during World War two he included Poland among the country's responsible for starting the war and defended the Soviet union's initial collusion with **** Germany head of ceremonies marking the seventy fifth anniversary of the war's end the Kremlin is celebrating Soviet heroes like Alexi but can after his death the Kremlin said Putin was in mourning for a legendary intelligence
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"It was wonderful so there you have it my friends that was like honestly a bucket list item for me. I'll tell you how it happened because it just goes to demonstrate. What an awesome guy? John Mark is he in the build up to this album posted on instagram. A little while back. What are your dreams teams and asked everybody to let them know what their dreams were? Maybe by speaking them out we could help each other get a little bit closer to reality and so kind of tongue in cheek. I commented my dream. It would be to interview you on my podcast and he replied and said let's do it. So how about that. What genuinely wonderful man? And however Albert as an encouragement for you to go and live your dreams live your life live full abundant life. God offers it to you. You're allowed to enjoy it. So I check the show notes linkage Mark Williams website and all that kind of stuff but make sure you jump on itunes or spotify wherever you get your music and support that brand brand new album with dreams. John Mark. Thank you I'll be jumping back on the road tomorrow but I have an amazing interview. That'll be up next week. All about disabilities and you are powerful. Powerful real tears were shed real tears for Shit so so next week. My friends to help aw.
Five patients quarantined in China's Zhejiang for respiratory illness
"To patients in Beijing and one in Shenzhen had been diagnosed with pneumonia caused by a new strain of corona virus according to local health officials. All three patients have traveled in the last month to hun a city of eleven million in southern China where the outbreak originated these. Three cases aces are the domestic ones confirmed outside of John marking the spread of the virus within China. Meanwhile the situation escalates in one as officials reported one hundred and thirty thirty six new cases over this possibly can alone including one fatality as hundreds of millions of people gear up to travel for the Chinese New Year authorities in large cities around the country. Entry say they're wrapping up screening measures at major transportation. Hubs Amy Chang. NPR News Beijing.
Steven Spielberg takes on West Side Story
"Are you what are you working on next? I know that there's a Yoko Ono John Lennon project and a BG's project possibly where are you on those two the titles yet You I know that they're both set up once with the Jesus with paramount Being produced at least by Steven Spielberg and The John Lennon Yoko sit up universal and John Mark Ballet Dude Dallas buyers club. Very much yes yes Yeah he's he's he's down to direct So hoping to shoot that next year and I'm doing a musical on Broadway of Neil Diamond Neil sweet caroline diamond. Wow so I go from here to get into workshop on that So we're hoping to bring that to Broadway is other non musical things kicking around that. You're working on. Yeah I'm doing the adaptation of three identical strangers which was Stunning documentary which My agent Coleman said would you be interested and I said look Chinese another job like a hole in the head And he's just check it out. What's the Steve? I was so blown away. By this documentary about three identical twins who reunited and and find triplets yet and they re triplets in and then they find that they're all pot of really nefarious study pretty and IT GETS Super Creepy I. It was a great movie. Yeah that's settled with With Sidney Kimmel entertainment and film four in the
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"Light shining a missed encroaching it's time for strange happenings this is where jd talks about weird stuff that he likes to talk about shut your mouth tyler it is not your turn anymore take time? Jd You brought us you are a fan of the show ancient aliens Jaydee for a lot of people don't know he is he as a seminarian he he he is a theologian he is a scholar and a gentleman but he also likes the paranormal and he has theories that tie all of this gather and we have created a segment for him to to give us to we were gonNA do listener the week here okay real talk that was the plan but you know in the first strange happenings to me was so interesting that I wanted to bring jd onto give us another one of these insights one of these tying the world hold of the paranormal the supernatural into his actual kind of biblical understanding of how the world operates JD? What do you have for us this afternoon this afternoon I have for you one of my favorite rabbit holes to descend and I shall introduce you all to this rabbit hole in the same way that I was introduced to this rabbit hole by a story a story of a man and a wife Georgia and Geraldine Eh now Geraldine was an avid hiker an outdoors woman if you will she loved to go on Multiple Day hikes sleep the woods the whole thing she was once walking along she decided to do the Appalachian trail which is this massive trail Georgia all the way the main yeah and she asked her husband to go along with her now her husband does not like to hike so he committed to being like her resupply a guy so he would he would drive alongside and like travel and visit the different cities and they have designating meet up spots where he can like they could see each other again Katcha make sure she was okay resupply her water food that whole thing well on July twenty in two thousand thirteen jody ended up being missing he she was late for her her meet up time and after about a day had passed he started getting concerned and the largest search party in the history of the state of Maine was sent out to try to find Geraldine there's over three canine units that our the entire section of the Appalachian trail that she was supposed to be walking not even a single hit was picked up three the years later another hiker was going on the trail noticed something a little off the trail about three quarters of a mile away he came upon the remains of attent with some human remains in it and it was the remains of Geraldine larget and ooh yeah you could she had journaled the entire experience it's ended up she had survived for twenty six days in the wilderness by herself lost only three quarters of a mile away from the trail no and and she she she said she'd left a trail in her journal she had left a trail to to relieve herself to go to the restroom and when she was out there you got disoriented and started looking for landmarks she looked she followed a stream she tried they had uncensored cell phone a messages on her phone where she is reaching out to her husband to try to have them like send police or whatever she finally ended up man under manning that she probably wasn't GonNa make it back and ended up writing sentimental letters to her friends and her family and that's where the official story ended was just this tragic tale of this this woman but there are a lot of avid hikers that came out and they said this this story this official story does not hold water because because only being three quarters of a mile away from the trail within eyesight of the trail and people are instantly walking back and forth on this trail and the largest search party in the state of Maine was sent out and scoured this entire area they send those those dogs that were sent out where sniffing and the official report was like well she might have been inside of her tent and the dogs wouldn't have picked up on her sint which people who train these bloodhounds are like no no no no no that's not how that works they could pick up on her trail at least and follow it to a region so there's all of this like unknown and then also how did a person who is so skilled in hiking who is used to the outdoors get lost twenty six days and eventually die of exposure and starvation like you're not twenty six days away from the from anywhere she was within two sprint trail heads so it was very close very easy for her to have been found whether by herself or someone else finding here it's just very strange that there's no thought l. play because of the way that they found her remains and everything but it's just the beginning point where either added to descend into the work of David Politis has an injection for one one correct this entire series of books there's eight books he has written documenting thousands of strange unexplained missing people to the missing four on one book series and phenomenon now that's just the most in Dane one and that's already weird unexplainable there's other ones where there was a small child some of them get a little disturbing which we go into this show it's not the appropriate time or place but there's some of them a little bit after dark that's relevant after dark that's the premium podcast that you can pay extra order but now there's one where there was a small boy who ended up being missing from.
"john mark" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Just what brutes swain wild dude. I told you when i lived at mile ash house there was a big city park out front and on saturdays today's they would have tournaments in. I mean it's the same thing in it like right savers enlarging except without medieval tools white savers jomar. How do you think he'd fair out of lightsaber tournament. I don't think i would do that. Great yeah i don't. I don't think i would do that. My kids got this little toy. Where like you wear a vest west and like if you touch it with the sword like it goes off so it's like real offensive. He's going to do that fake plane. We're like really the other person's really just trying to hit your stick right yeah yeah. But how often do you really like all right. I'm going to hit you with the stick and you're gonna try and block me with your stick right. It's like you're both in on the joke until like okay. I got this shoulder pads against the best. You hit me three times. I'm dead right yeah. I realized that's really hard. I would die in a duel in an actual. I would die so so fast. It's funny when i was a kid and watch a movie that had sort fighting in it and i thought that was the point of sword fighting is i don't know what this resolves but it they just run at each other and try to hit sorts. That's what it looks like when you watch it in the movies. You know a dance yeah all right well. There's more where that came from. Go check it out on our twitter okay. It's time for this. Week's show. We all right well earlier in the show. We were gonna know john mark mcmillan and we thought ah today's question of the week should be one of those questions so today's course of the week is what's the biggest lie you told as a child <hes> what's the biggest ally you told intel outcome to like. Did you ever get caught. Are you finally getting off your chest in this the first time you're telling us i've i've i have a feeling there's gonna be a lot of people that are like this'll be the first time they've admitted cloud john mark i he was. He's walking lighter now that the baseball story is out there in the open open and everyone knows the lie behind the grand slam so this is your opportunity people lisa sharon harper for joining us make sure to follow her on twitter at lisa a sharper lisa harper and read more of that conversation in issue one hundred of relevant. It's out now you can view it relevant calm and sailboat newsstands nationwide also hey thank you huge. Thank you john mark mcmillan for sitting in for the whole show. This was a lot of fun land sound fine. Yes yeah thank you guys as a blast way to start my week integrate the very first question on a monday morning. It was more father or mother. <music> jump coming in hot coming in the emotional adrenaline economy is for sale now on vinyl. Go check it out right and make sure to follow john mark at john mark mc on twitter. We'll wrap things up. I'm.
Jesus' Crown of Thorns rescued from Notre Dame
"Thanks to two training exercises conducted last here. First responders were able to save many of the priceless. Relics that we're in. Danger of being lost to the massive fire at Notre Dame cathedral on Monday Peres fire department chaplain. The Reverend John Mark -fornia says it was because of those exercises. He was able to guide his colleagues through the burning cathedral. And let them know what to say I while hundreds of firefighters worked to put out the fire Reverend -fornia, led the charge to successfully save the crown of thorns said to have been worn by Jesus the tunic of Saint Louis a piece of wood and a nail believed to have been part of the cross used in the crucifixion were also pulled from
"john mark" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"John Mark Comber is the pastor of downtown Portland's Bridgetown church. He's a popular speaker and the author of the new book guide has a name. It's not Frank in the book. He looks at how we think about God and his identity, how that dramatically affects our relationship with them. And also what the bible says about growing in that relationship. We recently spoke with John Mark about the book how writing helped change his own life. Here's part of jesse's conversation with John Mark Comber. Let's start with. Yeah. What what made you want dried that book. I think you know Dell's what used to say that? What comes into your mind you think about God is the most important thing about you, which is, of course, riffing on her back in the middle of last century, this whole line. And I never believed that, but I remember when I was in seminary, my professor was just obsessed with this passage in exodus and it was a passage I never paid attention to before, and he was the first one to brought to mind just that's the most quoted verse in the bible by the bible, which was news to me. And so we just came back to it a lot. And I found that the description of God's name in exodus started to really like attraction with my own heart and really kind of reshaped on my view of God, especially coming from a more stuff, unmanned lists around on the idea of God..
"john mark" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"My brother challenged lope on the Skype line from Loveland, Virginia, Jesse, Kerry below a natural Tennessee, Tyler Huckabee everybody and down the road in Nashville, author, speaker podcast or aspiring cowgirl Anne. Have I said lately, I'm having the best are the most fun? Any is the best. Except I, I don't know if we should talk about and he's got will beef with me right now. Jeez. We can ensure the show. Okay. Events. We could settle this beef. We can squash this beef right now. Let's talk about a slice. I got a slice for you. Let's it's a, it's a great show. Coming up later. We talked to John Mark Comber on the show Jesse you and I were with him in Atlanta last week and record a great conversation his, oh, sorry. Tease like his new book is fast. I re- ton of you know, Mexico. And have you read God has a name? It's unbelievable, isn't it? Unbelievable. They're in the interview that I had, you know, Christian tire life. I've never thought about that before. I never met John Mark Homer before, right, and and we were just and I were at a table with, you know, ten people who on the other side of the table and jesse's, oh, actually about to go interview. John. Mark Comber is right there about his new book book name. He's got his name, Leanne Arago. Ironically, at the end of the book, big spoiler alert turns out it's Frank. And and just kind of Chuck. Or whatever, and then and then turns out this guy is like the nicest guy in the world and would fisa would crush him if you made a joke like that. Yeah..
"john mark" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Twos to suffer savage listening to our next guest john mark millon song as enemy comma love at the beginning of the podcast he heard saint lucia with the new single brighter love jon murphy milnes latest album is called mercury and lightning it's drawn critical acclaim for gene r bending format which is both worshipful and challenging as he wrestles with spiritual questions as well as revelations about god's character well month or so ago john mark and his wife sarah and others stop by the relevant studios for an exclusive live performance of a song from the them here is john mark millon performing death in reverse so this song is called death in reverse and i think when i was writing this song i was thinking about you know those things in life that sometimes happen that change the way you see all of life i think they call the black swan you know it's a thing that you don't maybe even believe can happen not even you believe it can happen but it's just something so far outside of your context that you know when it happens your whole world changes you know for some people it's like having a baby or getting married or maybe it's the loss of someone you know or maybe it's a world event or something but they're these moments in life when you feel like you know the way the world works and something changes and you realize not only has the way you approach the world change but the way you see the entire world changes in those moments when that's called a black swan and this is called death rivers descend upon me stole blacks rage on you know all that of shins and.
Air France-KLM to decide on management plan on May 15 as CEO leaves
"A quick check now up the latest business flash headlines the chairman and ceo of air france kayla will step down after workers rejected a pay proposal the seven percent over five years offer was meant to break a deadlock following thirteen days of strike action fifty five point four percent of air france staff voted no john mark john locke will submit his resignation on wednesday with air france unit ceo frank turner to oversee day to day operations of the company khazar is a major shareholder in rosneft nine billion dollar deal to sell a stake in russia's state run will producer john china's troubled c c energy collapse the move cements though has links with moscow at a time when qatar is facing isolation from saudi arabia and other gulf countries and deutsche bank is moving its new york city headquarters from wall street to midtown according to a staff memo the firm will take a smaller space in columbus circle slashing the bank's footprint by about thirty percent bank says the move is an investment in its quote longterm presence in the us employees will start moving in the third quarter of twenty twenty one and that is of course your lemberg business early season in full swing the banks and the financials particularly in focus across the globe in the us europe and of course in the middle east let's go through some of the big names aren't vice president for banks and financial sector coverage i see a competent is with it so the americans led the way with trade the europeans of buffers of cop them they don't know what to do with what's going on down here if we if we break it down let's take it back to study because we just we just finished last conversation on sidey and you say if five banks reported three missed estimates and yet you break it dine the there's a steeper miss on the revenue line you're not you focus okay so five bucks supported was the only one to miss on the bottom line however on the revenue line it's like a three banks miss.
"john mark" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"This breaking news sorry but look save phoenix around out to say there's a place where john mark villainous persona non grata run from the law paul mcmillan tell us about the album inspiration behind mercury lightning yes so i wrote the record over about a year and a half so there's a lot of different things happening in the record of it had to sort of distill it down to one statement i would say this is that sort of mead dealing with mystery you know when you're kind of you when i am when i was younger i thought at a point i'm gonna like figure everything out kinda like when you have kids and you realize oh crap my parents are like we're like me now like i thought they knew everything i'm like i still feel like i'm eighteen and i have children you know what i mean i'm like and i realized you know you realize that moment like oh you never really figure it out like you're just kind of a kid the rest of your life and so i think i reached the point in my life whereas like okay there's things i'm not probably gonna figure out that i thought i was going to figure out and it really scared me and so i had this season of lack you know where the some of the mysteries in life created a lot of terror in my heart you know and so really the story the mercury lightning story is really not that the mystery goes away but that where in the beginning the mystery sort of creates tear in the sort of shifts and it really creates more of a wonder and excitement in life you know so it's more about me changing and less about the world changing more about like me changing my approach and growing up and so the records about change and about how i deal with change and deal with the unknown and that kind of stuff.