35 Burst results for "Mccoy"
Where Did Our Churches Go Wrong? Eric Metaxas Weighs In
"Jump to the actual ideal case scenario. What should our churches have done? What should our priests and pastors have done in the last two years that they didn't do? Let's start with the corrective. Well, first of all, you say the last two years. The last two years is only, in a sense, the manifestation of the reality is that this was the test case, and we saw the church really show cowardice show fear of the state show a tremendous ignorance of who they're supposed to be. We are supposed to be the conscience of the state. We're not supposed to do whatever the state tells us to do and jump through hoops like trained poodles. We are to be fears. And so when they said shut down, we should have immediately said, excuse me, you know, you have no right and you will not dare to tell us to shut down. We know how essential it is, what we do, where do you think we are in China, perhaps? But the church really did exactly Sebastian, what the church did in Germany. They said, okay, okay, whatever we need to do, so you won't bother us. We don't want any trouble. So heroic pastors, a handful of them across the country, whether it's Jack hibbs or rob McCoy or there's a host of them, they stood up bravely, che on. Many of them in San Francisco, Greg Locke, so many of them did, but most of them did not.
Eric Metaxas Describes the Idol of Evangelism
"What would the ideal action points be then for a pastor or a church? We never actually asked for this guy's answer to this guy's question. Said, okay, our church is biblically based, but we don't talk about current events. What does it look like? What does success look like? What pastors can we point to there doing this right? Obviously, rob McCoy, David engelhart, Jack kibs, pastor Jurgen angel and Luke Barnett, Steve smotherman. This is off the top of my head. This brings me to the title of one of the chapters in this book, led to the American church. The title is the chapter, is the idol of evangelism. There are people who are so focused on the idea of evangelism that they have been silenced on anything that might conceivably push someone away. And I say this because there's a great irony, Charlie. If you're worried about losing people by bringing up important issues, like if you're against the slave trade or you're against Nazis, you know, butchering Jews or you're against the unborn being ripped apart. You say, well, we don't want to talk about these unpleasant things. We're just going to preach the gospel. Ironically, the people who are doing that in those churches, the numbers are fading. People are saying, things are too crazy for me to waste a couple of hours on Sunday morning. Listening to nothing. I need answers. My children are being challenged in school with insane ideas. I'm being challenged everywhere I look. I have family members suffering. I want somebody who's bold and courageous. And those pastors who are being bold and courageous who are not afraid to talk about something that might be called political or any of these controversial issues, those churches are increasing in number and there are tons of nonbelievers just patriots, good people who are saying, that kind of church, that's what I've been looking for all my life.
Granting Trump a Special Master Is a Farce Says Charlie Pierce
"With regards to the Mar-a-Lago thing, I mean, are you as upset as the rest of us with regard to what the judge decided yesterday? You and I are both graduates of the Jack McCoy school of law and Law & Order. So I'm going to put my massive amount of expertise. But if you haven't read the opinion, read the opinion. Because it's a farce. It reads. It reads like a transcript of a bad Hannity episode. You know, we can't, you know, we need a special master because these accusations might cause Donald Trump problems in running his next 5 scams. You know, including his next campaign for president, which will also be a scam. Right. It's preposterous. And the executive, I'm going to leave this to the lawyers, but the executive privilege thing is a joke. Yeah. Yeah. He enjoyed. There is no office of the ex-president.
Rob McCoy: TPUSA Equips Pastors to Contend With Tyranny
"When Charlie and I were just conceiving or thinking about getting a room full of pastors that theologically or I call it the island of misfit toys, and we got 5 point calvinists swinging from the chandelier charismatics and kind of in the middle. We believe the gifts are today, but we keep them in the closet. And we're varied on the eschatology and as Charlie so brilliantly said, if we don't get liberty right, we'll be arguing those differences from prison. And what it's done is it's united us and we've endeavored to keep the union of spirit in the bond of peace. So when we sat down and said, what can we offer these pastors in the country? We're going to equip you to contend with tyranny. And to be able to stand strong because where the spirit of the lord is, there is liberty. Liberty is not man's idea it's God's idea. So we've got biblical citizenship to understand historically footnoted with absolute accuracy. By the best scholars imaginable, an understanding of a history of this nation so that if you forget your Jesus always said, remember, the lord always said, remember, the longest running family meal in world history is the Passover, remember, you were one slaves are now free. This is critical to remember who you are. And that's what the lord wants. So we have biblical citizenship. We also do this idea where we have this education that has been obliterated in California and brilliant turning point academy where we can provide any family in America for $1500 a year on education with certified teachers and pods that are remarkable. Your church can host it, it will be revolutionary to change the landscape of the country. What's taught in the schools in one generation will be the laws in the next. And then a multitude of others where we have the passers conferences, we're putting together a website where you can download sermons kind of like you do on sermon central course.
Rob McCoy: Christians Can Fight for Liberty
"Now, a couple of years ago, I met my now pastor rob McCoy, who you'll hear from in just a second. And pastor rob's amazing. And I was always kind of uncertain about talking about these sorts of issues you could say. And then I met pastor rob at an event at Liberty University. And rob challenged me said Charlie, if you're a Christian and you're fighting for liberty every single day, that's the same cause. He said, it's God's heart for his people to set the captives free. And so rob invited me to speak at his church. I'd never spoke at a church before, by the way. I was originally raised Presbyterian where let's just say a congregation would never go and give a speech. You just kind of attend and leave. And then I went to harvest Bible chapel. I think Landon is here somewhere in suburbs of Chicago had an amazing impact on my life and really led me closer to the lord. But I was always uncertain about speaking at a church and to be honest, I don't get very nervous speaking, but I was super nervous before speaking at rob's church. And it was amazing. I realized that the church community at godspeed was hungry for this message. That they wanted to be told that it's okay to care about current events that they should do something about their local school boards and that Christians have a moral and biblical commandment to actually contest in the public square. And
America Is Not Rome or Ancient Greece, So Where Does This End?
The Seed and Soil Argument With Historian Bill Federer
"1700s and all of a sudden Britain is in a little bit of trouble and they start to have to tax the colonies, expand more on the seed and soil argument that led us to the culmination of the 1770s. It's interesting so the British, the king of England, went on to become the most powerful king on Planet Earth. If he was a globalist, he was a one world government guy. And so in the middle 1700s, they controlled Bengal and Bengal India, Bengal, India, and they basically took over and said, okay, all this, you know, subsistence farming and stuff you've been doing working to switch it up. We know how to do this. And they change, they change their economy so much that there was a drought and it turned into a famine and 10 million people died in Bengal in the middle to late 1700s. And so the British East India Company has gone bankrupt and so they go to the king say, hey, we want to tax Britain and the people in Britain said no way. And so the king says, okay, well, you can tax the colonies. And it started to escalate and the king wanted to take away our ability to print our own money, take away our ability to appoint judges. So all the judges were appointed by the king and but he didn't realize that, by the way, king George the third went insane. He had porphyria, a blue blood disease. You know, you intermarry the preserve the royal bloodline. Uncle daddy. But anyway, so the king of England was a globalist and America's founders decided they didn't like this global as king telling us what to do. So they broke away and flipped it and made the people the king. So the word citizen is Greek, it means co king, co ruler, co sovereign. So kings have subjects who are subjected to their will, Republicans and democracies have citizens. And so if you're a citizen of America, you are a co ruler, you're a
A Brief History of the English-American Experiment With Bill Federer
"Being the Americans, we kind of go into the private property direction, right? Yeah, so England tried a 15 year American experiment called the English Commonwealth. So the King Charles the first got defeated and 16 40 or so and got his head chopped off. In the glorious revolution. This is prior to that, but that is a key revolution in 1688. But this was like 1649 to 1660. It's called the English Commonwealth. It was an American experiment of a Commonwealth of covenant. They had no king. Oliver Cromwell refused to take the title of the king, he called himself lord protector. He did an okay job. He dies, his son, Richard, can't keep it together. And so William Penn's dad, sales he's an admiral. Sales over to Europe puts Charles the second on the throne brings him back and re Institutes the monarchy. And in exchange he gets in a state in Ireland and then he's a famous admiral and then of course his son found Pennsylvania. But so they had an American experiment for 15 years, but they brought the king back. America, because of a 3000 mile ocean, because Europe was the chessboard in America was sort of an afterthought. I mean, we lost money. It wasn't like Spanish gold anywhere. It was a loser. And because of that, the king said, look, just don't cost me any money and stay out of my hair. And so for almost a century and a half, the Americans got to practice self government, like training wheels. And that's the dilemma. We go into these countries, we get rid of Saddam Hussein. We give them a constitution identical to ours almost. And then one election cycle they vote in Sharia law. And we scratch our heads thinking gee, why didn't our farmer government work? It's like duh, they have an Islamic soil that you planted the seed in, where an America you had a predominantly judeo Christian soil. The Berlin Wall comes down. Help them set up governments almost identical to ours. It gets taken over the bly that black market, the mafia, the organized crime, we scratch our heads, thinking, why didn't it turn out like America? Well, you planted the seed in an atheistic soil. They had 70 years of atheism, right? And so it worked in America. You have seed and soil or form of governments like a genetically engineered seed, but you plant seeds in soil and the soil is a predominantly judeo Christian populace. Right. So that's why it worked in
Why Was America Able to Self-Govern? Historian Bill Federer Explains
"But why America? Why was it all of a sudden we were able to bring the ideals of self government into practice because there was a struggle obviously against king George and our origins, if we stand the top history and I agree with you as respecting the individual, what caused that to manifest. Interesting goes back to the reformation that goes back to church, and the idea of a church government that's congregational in the model versus the hierarchal model. The hierarchical model in England the king was at the top and your relationship with God is through this structure of Archbishop of Canterbury and so forth. But in the Protestant puritan model, there's a group that's an ecclesia, a body, and the pastor's job is to get everybody to have their relationship with the lord and then coach them to become mature Christians and find their place in the body and plug in in this thing grows. And that was the situation in New England, not in Virginia, but in New
Charlie Welcomes One of the Foremost History Experts, Bill Federer
"With Bill Federer and rob McCoy, Bill, welcome back to the program. Hey, Charlie, great to be with you. Bill is the history Wiz. Yes, he is. I mean, rob, I've never met anyone like Bill. Prolific is one way to describe you. How many books is about 25? All history books. Yeah, try to learn lessons from history. People say history repeats itself really human nature repeats itself, and you observe the patterns. It's sort of like the government is collecting all the information on you and all the listeners from their cell phones and emails and web searches and they're taking all that data and running an algorithm on it to get predictive. And so if you study enough history, you see the patterns, you can be predictive. And so I tell people that history is not prophetic, but it is predictive. So what does history tell you about the moment we're in or tell us? The default setting for human nature is gangs, tribes, power wants to concentrate into the hands of one person. And you go back through history and you have the most common form of government's kings, nimrod federal Caesar Kaiser sultans are and you can plot it out. At some point it's going to max out on a global level. And you know, if Genghis Khan killed 30 million people, if he hadn't had died, he didn't have to keep killing. You know, Mao Zedong kills 80 million. If he hadn't had died. And so that spirit is still there and then but Jesus says wheat and tears grow together until the harvest. So you always have, you know, I always try to spiritualize, but you always have the spiritual descendants of Cain always trying to kill the spiritual descendants of Abel. You know, and the only thing that changes over time is military advancements allow the king to kill more people and technological advancements along the track more people. The stakes get higher, but it's that same fallen nature and at the same time, the stories we love best in the Bible are when things look hopeless and God raises up little nobodies with faith and courage and
The Troubling Case of One Parent's Journey in Defending His Child
"Hello everybody to the special episode of the Charlie Kirk show, with us right now is my pastor, rob McCoy. Rob, welcome back. Thanks, buddy. And then joining us remotely is Bryce ceti, the great Bryce, and Bryce, I don't know if you've ever been on our program. So welcome to our not yet. So here we go. Thank you. And Steve Schneider, who is a great American, and we're honored to have all of you guys and kind of talk about something important that is local in our focus, but national in nature. Absolutely. And so however you guys want to take it, rob, do you want to start? And then we can kind of, let me do my best to frame it. And then I know Jason Steve will be able to add all kinds of insight to it. In our community, the kineto unified school districts, there's two newspapers in the Canelo valley where I reside. And as this Bryce and Steve, these two newspapers, one is the guardian, the other, is the acorn. The guardian did a paper, did an article called third grade teacher promotes gender confusion in the classroom. And it was an article writing on behalf of Steve Schneider, who's on the program with us. Who was standing in defense of his third great daughter, who was told by the teacher to now these are the new pronouns of this fellow student in your class, and this is a book I want to read to you on transgender. And then expose the children to a video without parental permission. Steve took issue with at the kineto guardian on his behalf, wrote a very, very clear and concise article, everything and it was true. Good reporting, the acorn, which is a defender of what I would say that California teachers association and the district itself took great offense to it. Then the news channels came out CBS. They did a whole thing on it. And then there was graffiti at that elementary school and they blamed Steve Schneider for it. The police came to his house. He'll tell you more about that. He wasn't even there, so it was crazy.
Pastor Che Ahn Stood Up Boldly When California Shut Down Churches
"Hey there folks, I'm excited when I get to talk to somebody that is not just a friend, but somebody I think who has been a hero. My guest right now is past your che on of Southern California. He has written a book called turning our nation back to God through historic revival. I happen to know it's a good book because I read it and I wrote the forward to it. Past your che, welcome to the program. Thanks, Eric is an honor to be with you and love you and love your program. Well, I love you because I respect you. You stood up in California. I want to tell my audience about that before we get to the book. The book is turning our nation back to got through historical revival, but you stood up boldly when the governor in California was trying to shut down churches. And I know we've talked a little bit about this on the program before, but for people just tuning in, they don't know you. They don't know that there are many really heroic pastures in California that stuck the next south. They said, we're going to fight. Mike McClure is one of them. I was just at his church in San Jose, rob McCoy, Jack hibbs, but you are the one that I have known the longest. Tell us what happened to you because you do talk about it in the book. Well, originally, when president Trump said 30 days of mitigation, we didn't know what this coronavirus was about. So we locked down for 30 days. But then we begin to notice that other places work declared essential. And so things were opening up right after that at 30 day period. But not the church. So marijuana dispensaries were declared essential, abortion clinics were declared essential. Of course, Walmart and Costco and the grocery stores were declared essential. And later on, strip clubs were declared essential casinos were considered essential, but their church was locked down. You notice this. Most people notice that this was crazy. The point is, you are the pastor of a big church, and you said, this is wrong. And we're going to do something about
Calif. Assemblyman Kevin Kiley Is Valiantly Fighting to Kill AB 2223
"Let's get to someone who is a fighter for what is good and beautiful in California because there's still a lot of great people in California and the fight is necessary to assemblyman Kevin kiley, who's also a candidate for California's third congressional district, Kevin. Welcome to the Charlie kirchhoff. Thanks, Charlie. It's great to be with you. So Kevin, let's get into the latest news. I was kind of tracking this through some of our amazing pastors yesterday, pastor Jurgen, pastor Jack hibbs, rob McCoy, James Cadiz. We're kind of all in a text together of people that were tracking the legislative movement behind AB two two two three, otherwise known as the infanticide Bill. Walk us through what this bill actually contains no hyperbole or exaggeration because some people are blowing it out of proportion, not on our side. The other side, what does it actually say and where does it stand in legislative process? Sure, well, where it stands is it passed its second committee yesterday, which is horrifying. It's one of the worst bills that's ever been introduced here, which is really saying a lot, considering the sort of bills that get introduced in past in California. And the idea is, you know, Gavin Newsom has proclaimed California and abortion sanctuary state. He wants this to be the state where people from other states can come to to have abortions and this bill two two two three purportedly creates a kind of liability shield for acts that would violate the laws of other state and some places of limits on what sorts of things can be investigated. And so all of that is bad enough in its own right, but there is this term in the Bill perinatal, which by, you know, there was a practicing o-b-gyn at the hearing yesterday who said that that can encompass up to about a month after birth. And so it creates sort of a liability shield for an infant death that is post birth and what's more, it actually would give individuals the ability to sue prosecutors who wanted to come in and bring charges of these cases. So it's truly a horrifying
Jenna Ellis: Representing Pastor John MacArthur
"Sun in America. It's very similar. You've got a lot of passage that said, well, I don't want to take on the government or I don't want to be, I don't want to appear like I'm some right wing Trump supporter. So I'm just going to go with the program. And yet there are these handful of folks. You represented legally the great pastor John Macarthur. And one, the same thing with che on and rob McCoy and so many of these pastors that I have gotten to know that they said we are going to stand and I think, wow. And the incredible thing about pastor John and I have loved getting to know him personally, of course, he influenced my life from early. I grew up on his study Bible. My mom graduated from his master's college with her degree. I know that. Wow. So we're a John mcarthur family. So of course, you know, and I listened to grace to you all of that. And that's actually how I ended up representing him, was an elder from their church, saw my tweet and support of their statement. And I said, can you imagine, we've gotten to the point in America where John Macarthur is going to exercise civil disobedience. This is a big day, you guys. Actually, that's really funny. If people don't know the background is that you wouldn't expect him to do that. No, because if you know how much he loves and respects, civil society, how much he understands all of this. He's not a rebellious person. But he is more than anything. Steadfast in his commitment to doing what the lord has him to do. And what he commands in scripture, which is to open your church to be the ecclesia and the gathering of believers. And so when they put out that statement, you know, I tweeted support. They saw that and said, you know, we're looking for a lawyer and I got on the phone with him and I say this is amazing to speak with you and of course this is wrong and here's why and they flew me out to the church that
A highlight from Forgiveness A Key To Your Deliverance
"Welcome to live behind the veil and atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. The word behind the veil. Do you have a heart of forgiveness or are you harboring things against yourself and your neighbor? I'm Ron your host, and on this podcast we reach into a heart of forgiveness in a deep understanding of what it means to forgive someone. Without a forgiving heart, we literally block everything as they got once to do for us and our very growth in God. The first thing you need is to have forgiveness for every one. Christ forgave, father forgive them they don't know what they're doing. And I think there are so many people out there who are carrying burdens because they have not forgiven somebody, they didn't free of their dad. They didn't forgive their mom. They didn't forgive their brother. They didn't forgive that stupid clown at the store that cut in front of them. They don't have that forgiveness in their heart. We should have forgiveness for everyone just as Christ did, where do you start? You start with yourself. That's a thing that Christ did. He started with himself. He showed us the path, each step he took, the first thing that we have to understand is your heart has to be right. In a few don't forgive somebody else, then you are harboring. Millstone around your neck. Your harboring a stumbling block. If I can't forgive myself, how can I forgive my neighbor? In time I should, I should sit down and say God, you and I have got to get this right. How can I pray for my brother if I don't first seek, forgiveness? If I have art against my brother, oh, you know, he ripped me off. But I'm going to pray for him anyway. Waste my breath, unless we do what you're saying. You know, that's a foundational block in us. That we're building on. And that's the foundation, block of forgiveness. Forgiveness is a great. That's a great starting point. It's an awesome starting point because I think a lot of people are stuck, they're thinking of forgiveness as if I forgive this person that means what they did was okay. But that's not true. I personally believe a lot of people don't understand the God's definition of forgiveness. And what that means to them because if they understood it, they'd be forgiven all over the place. Because there would be setting them free. Exactly. You know, and it's not excusing what someone's done. It's not saying, oh, we're going to be buddy buddy now. It's none of that. It's not even saying you agree. With them. It's a principle of God that when you forgive someone, it sets you free. It's such your life free. Boy, if you could get that across to people, if they get a revelation of that, because then they realize I'm harboring stuff to my own hurt. It's not hurting the other guy. He may have forgotten it a long time ago. And gone on, or not cared. Right, or not care. Yeah, it's the simplicity my goodness. And I think we can not. Give our lives until we got this step. Because if we're not a pure vessel, it doesn't matter what we do. We're going to be wrong. We have to have this forgiveness in such a depth you should say that again, Allen, because what you said there is a huge thing. You said, if we don't get this first step, whatever we do, how good we think we are, is wrong, because we're wrong, you can't give your life until you have this step because if you don't have full forgiveness for everybody as Christ did, if we don't have that, we're harboring something, there is a step in forgiveness that can be put either at the beginning or at the end, and that is thank you, lord. Because I think what we're talking about is we're talking about the grace of God. Without that, I never would have been able to walk on further with you. Forgiveness, it doesn't have to do with me agreeing or liking the individual. I don't have to agree with them. It's not part of the principle. The principle is, I forgive them, and there's an objectivity in it, because I'm setting myself free from any bonds, any hatred, I'm not harboring anything in my heart towards them. And I think as you get yourself free, goggles show you what he's doing. Yeah, I think part of it too is they don't understand what forgiveness is. They don't really understand what it means to forget. They think that forgiveness, like I think Alan said, forgiveness is okaying and it's okay. That they did that. I know in my heart, you have to forgive it's for you. Forgiveness is for me. That for you. It's not for the other person if forgiveness is for you. Because if you don't forgive, you're not forgiven. I want to give a classic example of a woman who's been raped. Yeah. Like Ron said, there is no way she's going to love him. There's no way she's going to understand the spirit realm behind what's going on. In fact, it's going to be everything in her being to forgive that person for what he did to her. There is going to be individual situations God bless that this podcast would go out to a multitude of people, and we will have the words that would help them to find the way to learn to forgive, you know, in scripture in the disciples prayer, the lord's prayer. It says, if you have odd against your brother, go to that one. That woman whose rape is not going to go to that dude and say, hey, I forgive you. Right. I'm sorry. It ain't going to happen. Not that way. So she's going to have to get help. With that one. There are so many facets like we're talking about. And I don't want it to be too complicated. And I don't want it to be out here in the ethereal realm out there somewhere. I want where that woman who feels violated can love herself again. Because of giving to the lord the fact of what that guy did to her. And that's what I want to see. I want to see people free and learn the effects of forgiveness. And we know the effects of forgiveness is right in the lord's prayer. Forgive me of my trespasses as I forgive those who trespass against me. It's got to be a total thing. You don't want to stand there and before the presence of God, and all of a sudden God says, why didn't you forgive him? You held on to that. And because if you were to let go of that, that would have freed you. Now maybe it wouldn't have freed him, but you were the one that I was concerned about. Forgive me as I forgive those who trespass against me. Then I can hold nothing against anyone. For any reason, I was thinking about Corey timber, I don't know if you know who she is. Oh yeah, very well. McCoy timber might remember meeting her up in Canada when I was going to school. We went to a church, she missed talking from her wheelchair, but she was talking to us about, you know, what she went through. And she said, when she met the Nazi, that was responsible for putting her in the prison and the concentration camp. And with responsible for her father's death and her mother's death, she said, God had to put something in my heart to forgive him. Because I did not have it. I had to go before the lord and cry out for a forgiveness of that man. When he came and he was a Christian, he came to her, asked for her forgiveness. She had to say she forgave him. And she was able to forgive him because the lord had prepared her heart to do it. Can you imagine? I can't even imagine that's to death. It has to go to the depth of our being. It's not something that's easy all the time, especially when someone's been raped for someone's been violated and someone knows that they have, and they're so doubt. In their minds that they have been, but the lord says, what are you going to do? Are you going to forgive him? So that's a great example. Does that mean that that lady? Because she forgave that man. Does that mean they're going to sit down and have coffee? Necessarily. But she had to relate to him. She had to talk to him. Right. She had to talk to him. But I'm just saying is, forgiveness doesn't mean that you agree with what he did. Right. It doesn't mean that it hurt any less. It doesn't mean that it wasn't evil. It doesn't mean that you're going to be friends now and have a relationship. It just means that you're setting yourself free. And in that case, specifically, you're setting him free because he's asking for forgiveness. Yeah. So setting you both, but she had to forgive him before she met him. Yeah, there you go. She had to forgive him to the depth of her being. And then when she came up to her, then she was able to say, I forgive you. Because the lord was real to her to begin with, and she understood the principle, but she didn't have it in her heart at first. She had to ask the lord for that capability. And that's where I think we really need to touch on people's hearts is, ask the lord for this, because actually forgiveness, honestly, who else can put what happened in the sea of forgetfulness. I can't. I'm going to remember what you did forever, probably, because that's a human brain. But it's God who puts it up as far as the east is from the west. Forgiveness is a gift from God, I believe. Just like his love is a gift from him to us. We don't learn how to love without knowing his love for us. We can't forgive without knowing his forgiveness for us. He who's been forgiven much. Yes. Loves much. That's really super important because the whole issue that we're bringing up here is we're not talking about little offenses. We're talking about big offenses. And these big offenses, you can't forgive them in yourself. Right. There's just no way. You're lying to yourself if you say you can. Because if it's in a big offense, it's a big offense. And somebody being raped, somebody killing one of your family, these are big deals. Even if they're little deals, honestly, you can't really forgive anybody out of yourself. You can say it, but real forgiveness is a thing of heart and also if you really forgive somebody, your probably come to a place where you forget. Yeah. 'cause you let it go. You let it go to that depth and how can you do that, honestly. You can't do that as a human being. The Holy Spirit has to help you with it. You know, another thing that really could be helpful is that movie the shack. When you have a meeting with the lord, it's not that hard to forgive because he gives you the ability. What happened to his daughter should happen to no person, no person should ever experience that. He should never have experienced that, but the lord brought him through it. And I think that's what's important to realize about that show is how the lord brought him through it, and he will do the same for each and every individual who asks him, lord, I don't have forgiveness in my heart for this person. Give it to me because I love you enough. That I don't want to miss out on our relationship because of a circumstance, or because of an issue. That's such a key yeah, I think that's where it's going to come from is our relationship with the lord is the only way to honestly get to the heart of forgiveness. Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is life. As this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. If you would like to contact the family with questions or topics that you would like to discuss, you can email them to living epistles at live behind the veil dot com. Stay connected, tuned in and grow with the family as the lord unveils his word to us live. Behind the video.
"mccoy" Discussed on Borne the Battle
"In the American popular memory. Matter of fact, in 2021, he partly narrated PBS national Memorial Day concert segment, highlighting the second ranger company. The armies only all black ranger company. He is army veteran, Timothy McCoy. Enjoy. So Tim, T mec, McCoy, what do you want me to call you? You can call me the timing team except for you. Tim the T Mac I like it. Okay, gotcha. Well, T Mac, welcome to born the battle, man. A pleasure to be here. So before we get into your service, word on the street is that you grew up as a military brat. Is that correct? That is correct. My father actually did three tours of duty in Vietnam. So I grew up on military bases around the country and I was a military brat. Yeah. Now, so you grew up around the world, three tours in Vietnam, wow. My wife was the same way. Now, where did you get the opportunity to grow up at? Well, I grew up in mostly fort benning fort Lee Virginia, fort Rucker. Let me see, fort Dix. Fort hood, Germany, so it was a Gambia. So you said around the world you got. You got a little bit outside the ice. It's got Germany. Gotcha. It's something I personally couldn't fathom. I grew up with the same kids kindergarten through 12. Best Friends, my best friend, I've known since third grade. Growing up as a military brat, it seems like it's definitely a different way to grow up in terms of growing up with friends. My wife talks about not being deeply connected to a hometown. Or friends, even you have friends in one spot, and then you got to start over, I know, I know it's made her highly adaptable to any situation. I put her in, can you relate to any of that? Yeah. Funny story is when I finally got married 18. The girl I married was the longest girl I knew. I knew for the longest. It wasn't. That's just, you know, I was going to the military. I was like, I need to get married and I'm like, I know her honor. You know, and that's true. So.
Suspended DEA Agent Mark Ibrahim Faces up to 15 Years in Prison for Capitol Riot Involvement
"Very exciting guest right now. His name is Mark Ibrahim. Drug enforcement administration DEA agent. He was suspended from the agency for being outside the capitol building during the January 6th riot where many senators and Congress people were killed as you may have heard. Oh, I'm sorry. Nobody was killed. Oh, Ashley babbitt was killed. Gosh. That's a new take. I got to talk to Mark Ibrahim about many things. He comes to us by way of Patrick coffin and our friend rob McCoy and we just want him to tell his story. It's important stuff. Mark Ibrahim welcome. Thank you. Thank you for having me. I can't see Mark. Mark welcome. I want to say that I'm grateful to you for wanting to tell the story because there has been such madness and confusion surrounding whatever it is that supposedly happened on January 6th. And the idea that we're not supposed to talk about it or we're supposed to have a certain opinions about it. It's very troubling to me as an American. And I'll be the last person to shut up on this kind of an issue. So facts matter, truth matters. And we just want to hear your story. I'm not sure what you can say. There's some kind of a lawsuit going on. What can you, what can you tell us? Let's start there. I mean, there's an active case against me. I'm facing 15 years in jail. Facing multiple charges. I never went in the building. I never heard anybody. I even offered assistance, the FBI S.W.A.T. team that was outside the capitol building. I knew one of the members on the team personally. He had my personal cell phone as did my brother. My brother is an FBI special agent. He was with me the whole time. He's still an active special agent. He wasn't fired or he's not facing any jail time whatsoever. He was with me pretty much the whole
McCoy leads Cardinals to decisive 23-13 win over Seahawks
"Colt McCoy threw two touchdown passes the Arizona cardinals beat the Seattle Seahawks twenty three thirteen McCoys subbing for the injured Kyler Murray for the third consecutive game completed thirty five of forty four passes for three hundred twenty eight yards the cardinals are gone to in one it is really starts I'm just glad to step up and play in be a part of a really special team right special coaches just a special group of guys home and that was a that was a this isn't about me that was a big demand for all of us Zach Ertz caught eight passes for eighty eight yards it was on the receiving end of both of a quick scoring strikes as the cardinals raised a record to a league best nine am to Jim
Conner leads short-handed Cardinals past 49ers 31-17
"James Conner ran for two touchdowns and caught a forty five yard TD pass from back up quarterback colt McCoy as the cardinals are the thirty one seventeen went over the forty Niners Mr **** division game on a row you know everything was everything was Linus of what you know for for a dog fight so we just came came with the fight to the eight one cardinals played without quarterback Kyler Murray and receivers deandre Hopkins in AJ green but still had little trouble completing the season sweep against the three and five forty Niners Connor finished with one hundred seventy three yards from scrimmage and now leads the NFL in TV's with eleven all scored in the past seven games makori was twenty two or twenty six for two hundred forty nine yards I'm the ferry
"mccoy" Discussed on Behind The Screen
"But then ted polls back in realizes came about love and you to express love to jamie so that's an example of just reference from from a brand point of history allen iverson people would know but he's always doing little sports references to films matter. Wanna give a season two spoiler. But you'll see it in season to certain you know we're like a show like friday night lights or like you know the office so you'll have little references to famous sports films and that he wants to give them plate. Pay much to network cassidy and the sundance kid or Escape to victory this semester stallone while we're to soccer films he loves these little details that we bring. Yeah i had a graduate referenced in episodes you know very varied and it's such a you know not huge scene but it's just an episode seven win. The team is headed off on the on the bus to the game away. Game and nate's trapped underneath the bus and he really wanted it to be like he's drawn the move and because we have forgotten that got trapped under that and so it's the When he's in his car and he's going and then it starts to the music. You know the the simon and garfunkel music starts to like stop and then he runs in and has that whole scene and then he gets back out in the car and goes gassing goes goes goes and so that was the reference point. It's got to be like that where you think that we're going in the music stops and it's just kinda like the music just like to while he's getting out. We played the thing and then we sweep into the main title. Like he's like you wanna think we're headed towards the main title but no you forgot nate's under there and so it was just such a like reference point to to like be like okay. This feel like you know the similar music cue under there and did that..
"mccoy" Discussed on Ghostly
"There so i to me a little more little more A little more than the other one more pronounced announce area gone aright necks evidence. So the last two that i have have to do with the popeye incident told us. Bushes publishes Which is funded. Say i don't even know where to pop bushes. They don't wish. I actually don't think i do believe i read. Though there aren't any papa bush's wife seen the spot. I've seen the spot where all of these things happen. Not like in person I watched a documentary where they went around and showed all these spots and There were some bushes there but the person said That it was that the person didn't claim that those bushes were the bushes got. Yeah so This area is the one that i actually was able to find videos of people doing paranormal investigations so the other areas you know there was the photo and stories but this one. They're actually where people going and doing Investigation so i will put links to those in the show notes. The first one is from crossroads haunted history and haunted heather specifically And the most compelling evidence from this video was towards the end one of the investigators this was like the morning after investigating He claimed to have heard something while he was investigating but when he went to turn on his equipment to capture at it all went dead like no power for any of the multiple things that he was carrying and then even freak year is the heather i think when she went back to to check on it herself. Her equipment also failed. Well that's interesting. I mean it's a shame that they weren't able to capture it But therefore i can't hear it. So i can't really believe that then but i mean there's there's there are reasons why multiple pieces of equipment could lose power all at once. It could be that it was extremely cold. The cold has a way of doing that..
"mccoy" Discussed on Ghostly
"Okay what else you got all right so the next one is i believe i sent you a photo. You did yes So this is at the mccoy. Home so You told us about the the raid where they had fields caming and killed so many of them ran off escaped with some of the kids and everything. So the photographer is jeanette quackenbush. Which is i just love that name. Quackenbush which i have heard of the quackenbush is before the name I don't know about she's related but anyways but she claims that she has a picture It's her son. And there is a woman in period dress standing right across from her son And you should definitely. I will put the picture in our show notes but also a link. Her website is west. Virginia hansson legends dot com and. She has So much stuff on there about all of west. Virginia's ghosts and haunts and she has multiple books. Which of course you can link to buy their so definitely check that out But what did you think of the photo. Well i i just had a question actually. Do you know when this picture was taken ideal. I don't it. It seems more recent ash. Because in i think it's like two thousand six or something The mccoy's that were still alive and had fields. That while i mean the the ancestors of the mccoy family ancestors of the head field family got together and they went there to to Do an archaeological dig to find remains of the macquarie house. So just something. I know about that particular spot in the picture. I didn't see anything. Well you know what i didn't at first either. It took me a minute. It's it. I will say it's a little more subtle you know then. like a typical ghost picture I will say but they so part of this is it's kind of. I don't know when the picture was taken. But i will say that. This website is definitely for people. That are travelling. Like it gives you the address and like how to get there. Whatever so i. The house isn't in the picture. So i don't know that she's claiming this is when the house was still up. You can see well and then like a marcus like this is where it stood kind of thing But anyways if you look it's on the edge of the photo like. I don't think she was taking the picture to like. Take a picture of gosh. I'm seeing a ghost. It was like. I took a picture. And then i went back and looked at it. So there is like a shadowy looking thing like by the sun but it's not like super pronounced. Yeah i mean..
"mccoy" Discussed on Ghostly
"To augment. The mccoy family winnings to eleven thousand. Two hundred seventy three dollars one dollar more than the Than the hatfields. that's crazy. I mean still the rivalry kinda was there a little bit In the year two thousand families even health a joint family reunion were more than five thousand people attended and it was heavily covered by the media. Remember that and in two thousand twelve the history channel. Put out a three part. Miniseries where kevin costner play. Devil anse and bill paxton played randolph mccoy. Obviously why i really am mccoy fan. You prefer paxton i. The miniseries was nominated for sixteen emmy awards and one half of them. Kevin costner beat out bill. Bill paxton is the best actor. So do you have anything to add to the history here. I know. I mean we're going to get into some ghost stories related to them but just that this is a complicated history and obviously it really is when you really go through it. Hard to pick one side or the other as like the gators mccoy i have. You've picked the hatfield the way it goes but that doesn't mean that i can't see that really. Both sides had a part in it. I think that what you were saying earlier though is that this really tells us that time time can heal wounds and that you know these families are together you know or you know not feuding anymore And i think that gives us all hope for the divided country that we are. You know that That maybe someday we can all find our ourselves You know together. I liked that they have that they would have election day parties. I mean just. I like the idea of celebrating election day. Not who you're voting for you know. I have celebrating. The free and fair elections is amazing. I agree but you know you have a bunch of people that are politically motivated and drinking. And that's gonna lead to some arguments. I would and that's okay. We can argue just right now. Unfortunately i think it could well right now with pandemic. We wouldn't be doing that. But just the concept of i agree i agree Yeah i always thought that you know we should celebrate that that is that is what makes america america is that we have elections where we to decide kind of we get to decide who the president and who are in who represents us in in almost every way so i think we should take a break and then we'll come back to the debate. Let's do it all right. Ooh ooh.
"mccoy" Discussed on Ghostly
"And he swore that it had mccoy's branding on its ear and hogs were extremely valuable to the of the farming economy of the mccoy's so rand off brought charges against floyd hatfield and due to the statements made by bill stayton who was related to both families. The case was decided in favor of the hatfields the ruling further inflame the feud as randolph mccoy viewed. The outcome as unfair and in june eighteen eighty stanton was killed by two mccoy brothers salmon. Paris who were later acquitted on the grounds of self-defence. Wow that's just everything right like once. I think this and then the other side thinks that because they lost then they. That's i takes revenge and then they're like no no. There's this who lots going on there. Yeah but this debt. That was really. Why the mccoy's were upset The hatfields weren't really upset yet at this point well but except that they got they had well. Staten was yes related to both family. So maybe they sort of cared that he was killed but maybe it wasn't like a direct hatfield. i guess sure So it seems from that point. The feud had started At one of those things that happened before the feud it wasn't uncommon for hatfield and mccoy to have relations but after the feud started it was definitely looked down upon by both families and hardly ever happen. One time it did though was with john. E hatfield and roseanna mccoy after randolph. Heard of this union. He disowned rosanna. She went to live with the hatfields for a short time and then with their aunt and uncle on john's e was arrested. By the mccoys and outstanding kentucky bootlegging warrants. He was freed from mccoy custody. Only one rosanna made a desperate midnight. Ride to alert devil. Anse who used rescue party. Well the story go. She became pregnant with john's baby and hearing that she was pregnant. John's john's e did the only thing a man would do in this time is he abandoned her. No i'm just kidding. But he did abandon her hatfield and not only abandoned. Her left her for her cousin. Nancy mccoy who they got married later on. Roseanne is baby died before her. First birthday of the measles and rosanna died at the age of twenty nine. I suggest this is the romeo and juliet of the story. I mean i love it. I you can't. You cannot have a feuding family like this without the The romeo and juliet. I mean it's just so perfect that you would have a romeo and juliet story with this feuding feuding families. It obviously reminds me directly of romeo and juliet Of course But anyone's interested in midsummer night's dream the play within the play is based on pure missing. Bisbee which is the original greek romeo and juliet. I mean that's how far the star crossed lovers thing goes and there's a serious thing where they're like talking to each other through chiseled hole in a wall and like all this stuff like it's just such a classic story and to know that it happened in real life like still in that story. Romeo doesn't abandon juliet when when she gets pregnant. That's true it doesn't happen in pierre mississippi. Either they they. They don't movies with her with her cousin that you're so that's the real world part of it. Yeah yeah so in the eighteen eighties. It was kind of a thing to have a big election day. Party in in towns Now this particular town unlike We're going to talk about the twenty twelve history channel miniseries they d they depict everything Like there was an actual town and there was actually a like a bar. A saloon on. There wasn't either of those things yet. It wasn't established yet So but they would get together in the fields and have an election day party and in eighteen eighty. Two ellison hatfield was killed by tolbert farmer and bud mccoy This was on the kentucky side..
"mccoy" Discussed on Ghostly
"Lots of kids. Lots of cousins The mcqueen most of their money by being farmers. But we're also in the moonshine business. I think that kind of explains why you'd have so many kids. When you got a farm you gotta have people to work on the farm. Well and and there wasn't tv or anything so all they did was sit around and drink their own moonshine and have kids and raise kids and make the kids work in the fields so they were not as successful as that fields were and did not have the political ties that the hatfield tad they often felt that this was a disadvantage to them. Oh interesting so we can almost see a few come in right there. They were both competitors in the moonshine. Business in the hatfields were a little bit more successful right and they're right across the river from. Yeah yeah so. Historians have always tried to find the exact reason for the big hatfield mccoy feud and to me. I don't i don't really understand that it's like it was. I mean to to pinpoint an exact reason for it. I don't know it was very difficult. Well we want to imagine some conversation or something that happened between the two patriarchs. Where you know. Words were said and gloves were thrown and fists were thrown. And that was it from that point on but life doesn't usually work quite well. They definitely knew each other. I mean because they were both confederate Soldiers during the civil war But what i think it was. I think it was like an accumulation of different things. That happened mainly three big points. That happen that really was like all right. This is it. i can't take this anymore. Okay so The truth is that there were three major events that really sparked the feud the first thing that happened almost all. The hatfields in mccoy served on the confederate side of the civil war all but aceita harmon mccoy. He enlisted in the union army. Aco was discharged when he broke his leg. And after spending some time in the hospital he returned home. That's a over simplification of what exactly happened but It'll do for this because we can go on for a while with this one Soon after his return he was tracked down and killed by the logan wildcats. A group that was led by devil anse in his uncle. Jim vance randolph blamed. Devil anse for this but the truth was at the time ayso was killed. Devil anse was actually homesick and is believed that jim vance was the one who killed acer. But i'm guessing he was just like whatever it was the hatfield people. Yeah in vance wasn't even hatfield. He was fans well but he was a line. Listen i'm defending my macoris. They were aligned together. I'm sure devil had to give his blessing for the activities. Sure well the second thing that happened And led to the feud was the devil. Anse was involved in a land dispute with randolph's cousin. Perry cline it was over. Five thousand acre tract of land that both sides held the titles to devil anse filed a civil lawsuit against perry client and eventually won in court. The mccoy's blame this on the fact that it was a hatfield friendly court ho so the last thing. That happened was randolph. Was visiting one of the hatfields floyd hatfield and he happened to look at one of his hawks..
"mccoy" Discussed on Ghostly
"I don't know how to describe what happened to me in a friend a few years ago other than to say that i can't really explain it but it changed me forever. My friend and i decided to go on a road trip through the south. We wanted to be spontaneous. Oh we didn't book any hotels or anything. We would just look for an airbnb or something like it to rent for a night when we figured out where we running up each day while one night we on our way to lexington kentucky and our tire went flat like nowhere in some small town that i'm not even going to name but just know that they were also kind. A local mechanic offered to fix it pretty cheap but it was getting really late so his sister Offered us a place to stay in her home and gave us dinner now. I know you're gonna say that. Sounds like the start of a horror movie. But i promise you everyone was really nice to us what happened. Was that night we were in the spare bedroom fast asleep. Some noise must have woken me up because it was quick and i was just awake fully awake not dreaming. I know i wasn't dreaming. I could hear little noises like cooling. And when i looked toward the noise in the corner i saw something that i know. I couldn't have seen but he did. It was a woman sitting in the rocking chair holding a baby. She was young and looked so she smiled at. The baby was giving the baby her finger to hold. I wanted to scream or shout or speak. But i was just so captivated by this vision. Nothing came out after a few moments. She looked up at me so sad and then faded away. I heard a gasp and looked over at my friend. It seems i had been shaking her awake and she woke up just long enough to see her fade away by the next morning. My friend had dismissed it all as a dream. I couldn't bring myself to ask the nice woman who is helping us but at breakfast. She told us the most amazing story. She said that before we move on from the area. We should visit the hatfield mccoy visitor area that you can see where some of the more famous feuds events happened and then she said the most extraordinary thing. This house is actually a part of the hatfield. Mccoy feud roseanna mccoy here with her aunt after falling in love with with john hatfield and getting pregnant. The two weren't allowed to be together so she had to come here but the baby died after eight months and she not long after..
"mccoy" Discussed on Ghostly
"Welcome to ghostly do hatfield mccoys ghosts haunt this earth goes is a podcast that comes out every other week in each episode. We take a ghost story or paranormal event. And look into its complete history. Rebecca then gives us evidence proving that the story is real and my job is to debate those piece of evidence in you. The listener prepared to vote on. If it's real or not if you haven't yet please hit that button and as always we're your host. I'm pat and rebecca so rebecca. There is a huge sporting event. Coming up l. Yeah have you picked a side. Oh yes okay. what side. I'm i think i'm gonna go. Fluff this year fluff. Yes so. Is that like tampa bay No i don't think they like make a real specific with cities wait okay. Are you going for tom. Brady's team I don't think they've announced sending like names or anything. I mean what the heck are you going to be borne you talking about. I'm talking about the the best sporting event of the year. The puppy bowl. The puppy i was talking about this evening. What who what the. What super bowl. Oh yeah it's super. i'm. I'm actually going for the chiefs. Go okay yeah so that mahone mahomes maho. Patrick mahomes i dunno. I assume they're all their names. I have no idea we're talking okay. Okay so we have a shoutout to do. Yea and there's two ways that you can shout out here on ghostly the first way is to do a review on apple podcast We especially love those five star reviews but we will read out every review and the other way is to buy the coffee or become a member on by me coffee and you can get to that and go sleep. Podcasts dot com up in the menu bar. You'll see by mia coffee or by the coffee and you can do it. Right there Or you can go. Buy me a coffee dot com slash ghostly podcast so this one is the first way where there was a apple podcast review so going to read it out i. It's entitled incredible and it's by gypsy skillet and it is a five star review rebecca. Yeah so what a great show after meeting up at sea to in chicago last year in finding out about the show. I had downloaded immediately boy. I.
"mccoy" Discussed on Agency Ahead by Traject
"I'm your host geared sussman the head of continent project and today we're talking content. I'm so excited. Because i've been watching this amazing writer. Business owner content creator for the last few years. I definitely an inspiration for me. I'm joined today by julian mccoy. Now julia is the founder of express writers which is an agency that produces amazing writing for a variety of different types of businesses as well as content hackers which is kind of an educational framework for you know freelancers or agencies to learn how or in-house marketers to create like a solid consistent set of processes and frameworks for building their business on content. Thank you so much for joining me today. Julia bank you so much garrett. I appreciate how you reached out the invitation through twitter..
"mccoy" Discussed on Knowing Faith
"And i'm joined by my co host jon wilkin and jt english and today we're also joined by dr katie mccoy Dr mccoy serves as an assistant professor of theology and women's studies at the southwestern baptist theological seminary she holds a phd from southwestern in the where she wrote on old testament laws about women's person hood. And what they can show us about human dignity you can find her online at blonde orthodoxy and blonde orthodoxy. Dot com dr mccoy. Thank you for joining us. Thanks so much for having me guys really glad to have you on the show. Really kyle you know. She said she likes going by katie. I know but i. I was going to wait until after the formal introduction. I will now were hurt her. If you do all that work for it you definitely not making it back salary so you need to make it back in recognition so what you should start calling me. I'm not gonna call you doctor english. I was gonna say that. I was gonna say master not going to happen either. There's just no way that's going to happen. But now i do. I do know there is something beyond the phd that dr mccoy shares with jt. And with the rest of us here. Which is i believe that you share our love for the west wing. Is this true. Yes very very much especially these days after the last debate west wing is is basically therapy now for all of us to me. But i haven't so if you're in you're you're better off but i have to tell you though i must dorking purist i west wing only for the first four seasons and then i kind of get through the last three but i'm not as into him. It's just got be. I totally feel that once once once she gets kidnapped. It's like boy. This is this is the wheels are coming off. Jt showing his west wing swag here so he was an intern for a while and tv. I he now is Is administered their longside jannine mason elizabeth nathan campbell wants for my birthday gave me a napkin framed. That says bartlett for america. And this is the one item along with my book that i had to make sure made it to colorado just right on the napkin. The actual one just no. Yeah he just he just wrote this for me and gave it to me. That's a great. I actually agree with you. I agree with you katie. There's been so much conversation about how much we all love. The west wing. That i feel like i need to disclose on the broadcast that i have not actually ever even watched the end of the show because i could not bear it when sorkin left. No you're not missing anything not not really. There's a few good episodes expect but now it's really just. I felt like season seven. Turn it around a little bit five six or seven had a little bit of a comeback. There's some good episodes minus what they did with toby. Toby toby story. Arc is terrible. I can't believe they treated that man that way. It will watch it happen. I mean just brutal and out of nowhere to it's like this this guy just all of a sudden is betraying national secret. Well i always found it interesting is you yes well. And that's who kyle wants to be when we've talked about..
"mccoy" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Is Ron McCoy vision this messages for Illinois I just got back and I know that I'm deeply sorry I feel awful about it and I hope to make it up to you one day good luck and I don't know I feel better somehow actually heard him apologize now yeah I think so I mean I think we're doing everybody a service you're doing the people don't know what they were doing a little service to you know as a taxpayer I feel better I I have received the closest that I'll ever get to an apology that's certainly true you know well we are a long row of this and we were able to elicit the row counter gets results that's how we like to say around here and he has now I apologize if people don't know even if you didn't intend to yeah but maybe that and you and I should look at it this way that maybe he knew exactly what was going on and he knew that he couldn't really officially apologize because then he might get in trouble with the that are the president or didn't this is all going to somebody along the way a lawyer so he decides this is what I'm gonna do this Hey this is I'm gonna hear it there's a Machiavellian genius there there I just can't really for Jeff Carlin to submit that to our new corporate parent company for the expense reimbursement one hundred dollars a couple it's going out of my line right here thank you Ben Bradley will see on the WGN TV news starting at four o'clock big service yeah then the WGN radio news can coming this summer the new center from the center of the prime.
"mccoy" Discussed on AP News
"P.'s way written reports his team is looking to get on that elusive the Superbowl win as a head coach and some well earned recognition winning the Superbowl is every football players dream but winning it for someone else is not something you hear that often she's running back LeSean McCoy wants to win it for Kansas city coach Andy Reid McCoy was drafted in two thousand nine by the Philadelphia Eagles he spent his first four seasons in the NFL with coach Reid McCoy sites reads honesty his offense of expertise is played calling ability and his personality as some of the reasons he signed a one year four million dollar contract with the chiefs and look where is now one win away from fulfilling his dream when wrist in Miami Facebook had a strong fourth quarter with both its profit and revenue easily surpassing wall street's expectations as an added more users and made more money on advertising Facebook says it earned seven point three five billion in the fourth quarter up seven percent from a year earlier revenue rose twenty five percent to twenty one point one billion the bulk of that format this comes despite challenges the company faces over regulation privacy and efforts to fight election interference Facebook's under growing regulatory scrutiny around the world in the US it faces several government investigations for alleged anti competitive behavior the wife of Kobe Bryant's took to social media to talk about her family's tragedy A. P.'s Mike roster reports but that's the Bryant to express her sorrow and thanks that's a Bryan has released her first public statement since the helicopter crash that killed her husband Kobe Bryant thirteen year old daughter G. ana and seven others but as the bride writes on Instagram we are completely devastated by the sudden loss of my adoring husband Colby the amazing father of our children and my beautiful suite G. R. a loving thoughtful and wonderful daughter and amazing sister to Natalia Bianca and Capri we are also devastated for the families who lost their loved ones on Sunday and we share in their grief intimately Vanessa Bryant also announced the formation of a fund to help the other families affected by the crash hi my cross yep I Chief Justice John Roberts have been asking questions of both house prosecutors of president trump's lawyers Roberts reads from a question.
"mccoy" Discussed on Workplace Perspective
"Tool like you said and the other really is sort of? It's the end of the line kind of talk in the hope and the dream. Stop do something else When you when you talk about the cast of characters? I one of the reasons I've always been afraid to delve into this. I guess it's it's my generation in writing the civil generation for those of you that need it pop culture reference. You can go ahead and Google that but I'm afraid to give them a name right. I don't want twenty five people living in my head but but I think you know when you say it that way and you and you talk about them. As if they're air personalities is there is there a classic from a clinical perspective. I guess is there like a cast of saboteur characters. I that you know that we could each easily identify with it. Would kind of maybe help us address some of the issues and helped parse out the you know the voice that sort of the learning voice and the voice. That's the hope ending. You know goal smashing voice. Well I think the the main the main thing that characterizes the voice of the saboteur is December towards a liar always always first and foremost is a liar and and so most people. Don't see it as that when I ask people when I hear the salvator and I say so. Who who's that boys? Oh that's just just me. That's just me going. You know on my own experience during my own experience. You know what's going to happen but then I ask a follow blew up question and sometimes it sounds like so. Tell me about that statement. You just made which part of that is true and which part is not an almost every time what comes out is that the biggest part of the statement is a lie. I but there is a small part you know they might say fifteen percent of true. Sometimes when I try things I fail. Okay everybody does right right in present. That's not too bad but but the thing is I was still people. Remember that saying there's a morsel of truth in every good lie. That's the saboteur. The saboteurs of good liar because a piece of the message is always going to be true but the vast majority got it is GonNa be a bit. Why I it's interesting because I most people I find even myself south at times we don't see ourselves? I don't think realistically is the word. Maybe it's clearly and without filters so when we do something something good or when we're good at something we have a hard time saying I'm good at this or I did good at that because we're always either trying I to filter it for whatever reason not to appear to arrogant or to humble ourselves or to whatever it is so I think we buy the lie because we don't see we don't see the Morsel of truth in it right. Yes yes that's right. And that's one of the main roles of coaches a disinterested third party not inside our head right but hearing the word and pulling out of us. What's true and what's not true about that and how? How can we dispose of the untrue? Part and work with the tree part and sometimes it's good to have a third person in that dialogue log pointing those things out because like I said before nine times out of ten when I asked somebody where where does that voice come from they say. Oh it's just me it's just something I know something. Yeah I've learned which turns out to be true at all when you really parse it out. I love it and once you figure that out. It's gotta be easier to get across that and get your goals settled Donald This is a good place to take a break. So we're gonNA take a quick break and when we come back. We're going to hear some practical tips from Julie on dealing with this saboteur. A to our in our heads so stay with us. We'll be right back The average time a resume spends on an HR manager's desk is seven seconds and most of them are tossed aside now imagine if one of those resumes belonged to Yasmine who was was living in a shelter juggling three jobs. I had to be resilient. 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Julie McCoy about the saboteur. That little voice inside your head off and holds us back from achieving our goals and reaching our full potential. So all right. Let's get practical. How can we silence or at least turn the volume Liam Day on on this threaded? Saboteur Julie well the answered Theresa Honestly is that that voice is probably never ever GonNa be. Silenced I know it's such a bummer. You know the first thing in in dealing with the message that you're getting though and that's really what you want to grapple with the voices probably not going to go away and the message may change over time but the best way to deal with the messages messages to confront it so it's funny how you started out saying I like to kind of ignore those things Because because they don't go away when they're Nord they tend to uh-huh Raucous like I said the bigger the goal the louder they're gonNA got And and and they can't be they can't be argued with a lot of my clients will will try to reason with the voice but you will never win an argument with the saboteur way. So the so. The first step really is is identifying it. What's the message? What part of that is true? What part of it isn't true? How do you WanNa work with the part? That is true. How do we turn up the the volume on that rather than turn the volume down on the negative and probably always gonna be lurking there but knowing what it is and and what what is truthful about it and one is not is really kind of a first step to Kinda pudding pudding the saboteur abitur down in the basement Another tool that we use in coaching. Is there other voices inside us. That aren't May sayers or the voices that encourage us and and believe in our goals and Honor US and so one effective tool in coaching is to bring forth those voices and and it is as you said earlier. Kind of cast of characters So in in there are different coaching models that help identify the positive. The voice within each of us and most of us have those. They're hard to find at first we kind of kind of mind for them Because they're so covered over with all these negative messages going on but generally we can. We can find a voice of positivity and some coaching models else. That's a future self future version of us a maybe a better version and the version of ourselves that has attained all the things that we are now seeking to attain and and overcome all the things we are now seeking to overcome right so so we can really clearly. It might take a whole coaching session. To figure out who the future future person self is but we assign attributes to her or to him and in times when the savage were is really getting rowdy. Sometimes it's helpful to dig into that that other boys. What what does your future self? Or what does your captain and some coaching models have say to this message. Message from the Saboteur So that we just bring forth Voices that are more transcendent shall we spay and lean into those Oh instead of being held captive by the voice of the Salvator. It sounds a lot like it sounds to me as I'm listening to talk I'm thinking it's about becoming self aware in a way We just we did a shown a couple of shows ago and That was one of the messages Was for success. You know getting success in your career success in a business and big part of that was becoming self aware and realizing what your strengths are and then focusing on those three rinks and those around you to improve your own career after the success of your team have you know achieve your goals that sort of thing so it sounds a little bit like that. Does that that kind of accurate. Oh it's it's completely accurate. I I think you know. We don't have a lot of self awareness sometimes because we just don't have the perspective on ourselves to see it all for what it does right which is one of the benefits of of coaching is to have that that third party you can help us put things in perspective and to have those you know the light. Come mine on something that we just never really appreciate.
"mccoy" Discussed on Workplace Perspective
"Welcome back to our listeners and welcome back to workplace perspective Julie McCoy Thank you so much theresa I am delighted To be back. Thank you for having me today. I love that we're able to have you back to kick off the New Year. Twenty twenty can you believe it not even used to seem so futuristic ristic this point I thought we'd be piloting flying cars by now or something exciting like we're we're getting there. We're we're getting there. Well I think this is a great topic for all of our listeners. Especially this time of year. Everyone's got these great New Year's resolutions best intentions big plans plans. And then there's that little voice that whispers in your ear filling your head with doubts and fears and I say no more so it's the future and it's time to muzzle that critics. So let's get to it but wait before we do that Julia. Why don't you tell our listeners? A little bit about you and what you do sure I'd be glad to So about me. I'm retired warrior. I practiced for thirty five years and retired last August. I spent twenty years in large law firms arms and fifteen years on my own. I was trial and appellate attorney primarily for the last seven years. I was an appellate lawyer and as I I considered my own retirement. Thought about what I was going to do with myself. I decided to dip my foot into life coach training and I began that process about three years ago. Really loved it. I found coaching to be very Satisfying and fulfilling work. And so I dug in. I did one hundred over one hundred hours of classroom work with coach Training Institute of Very Respected Coach Training Institution. And then I did did there. Six Months Certification Program and since then I've been coaching people primarily lawyers but not entirely Mike clients are just people who WanNa make positive positive changes in their lives. I love it all right so talk to us about this saboteur. Who is it what is it well? It is is The saboteur. That's just one name. I've heard the term Gremlin applied to this voice. But it's it's the voice and everyone is going to recognize immediately the voice in your ahead than as they're the one this could be phrased of righty of different ways but It might say oh. You can't do that. You shouldn't do that if you do that. You'll be embarrassed if you do that. You will fail How dare you think you can tackle that if you do that? You're going to embarrass your mother or your dog or your husband or your and on and on it's essentially any any message that seems to come within that keeps US stuck where we are holding us back from our goals and from Bringing change into our lives so where do you think. Where do you think this voice comes from? Because I'm I'm sure all the listeners are saying the same thing like you're in my head. I just said that to myself this morning as a matter of fact half of what you said. So where does that voice come Tom where does it. Where do you think he gets? Its energy from well you know. I think I think it's It's origin is probably from a place of self health preservation right so back in the in the cave dwelling days. I can't quite remember that right now but I think back in those days it was probably safe inside the cave right and outside the cave. Where a bunch of unknown dangers lurking out there lions and tigers and bears and so so staying inside? The cave was a good survival mechanism. It was a way to stay safe now. I think that voice has been internalized to sort of deliver the message without saying this that the safest place is to be as where you are right. Now don't try to change anything because change is scary. You don't know what will happen. Something bad could be lurking around the corner owner. So just stay in your quiet little stuck space and don't make a move. I that's interesting. I never thought about it. That would be. I liked how you said it was a place of safety. I know people don't like change and that makes it super difficult but I've never thought about it more or less as a as a safety mechanism. Awesome something to help you because it sounds almost like a coping mechanism that kind of like the same thing right. I think it probably is was a it was a coping mechanism. That doesn't serve US anymore. Right in our in our new Society although I mean I'm sure there's a place for voice can you that a voice of caution that says zooey maybe look into that a little bit further but that's a different voice. The saboteur is really the Naysayer the message. There's always halt. Don't go there. Bad things will happen right I. It's true yeah yeah and what I was going to add is an and the thing that I found in coaching. Is the bigger the goal that somebody's going after because bigger goals bring the bigger life changes right so the bigger the goal the louder voice assists and they become more and more difficult to grapple with the more. We you reach for something that really. Is You know pretty pretty far out there. Yeah ours is. You're saying these things I'm sort of going into my head going. Is that the yeah. Yeah I've experienced that. Yeah that's really I get it. I'm I'm feeling it but you know one of the things I always thought about those voices in my own head is I I thought it was a bit motivating and so I never thought you know I didn't. I never gave too much thought and I always try not to let the voice you know those doubts and fears. Just hold me back from things but also there was a part of me that well it's kind of a good thing it's there because it's a little bit motivating fears a little. Bit of a is a good thing. Is that voice so is it always a destructive force. Or can you use it for promoter dino help motivate yourself to overcome your fears and those sorts of the things. We'll so there's sort of two things going on one is sort of the internal voice that maybe some people might call the inner critic feedback back back loop that you get when you're trying to achieve something or do something and and that inner critic can be A positive to force I'll give an example back when I was doing a pallet lie a lot of writing. Of course I was writing breathes emotions and sometimes I would complete the project and think. Oh that was pretty good and hit the send button and violent electrically right with the coach and then we are months maybe later I would have occasion into revisit what I had written and find there were errors in it. You know type does or more often than something that was phrased in artfully and I would think Oh. I wish I hadn't done that now. I'm really disappointed in what I did. So so the inner critic is voice that might take that information that feedback back and say. Oh how do I improve upon that in the future will one way to avoid. That would be to put a put the writing down you know for a few days and revisited visited with a fresh eye and other way might be to call and someone who's never read it before to proof. Read it for you and point out some things. So that's really that kind of feedback loop is certainly positive. That is the Motari data that I think you're talking about that. Says Hey I could have done that a little bit better. How looking to make that better for next time? It's a learning that takes place right. The and that's the contrast to the saboteur. The saboteur the voice of foreign reading that piece of work that was less than stellar would. Go Oh my gosh. You wrote that you think you can write. What are you doing being an appellate lawyer? What the this is a huge mess? You need to find some other line of work girlfriend so it's a completely different a different voice So they're different characters rectors in there and all of our heads right and and one thing that is true of the Salvator is that it is always going to try to trip us up. It is not helpful in any way shape or form. That makes a lot of a lot of sense when you do it. When you you know when you parse it out that way that that really explains it it it does make a difference and I see how you can you know one can be used for positive to be a you know a good force a learning.
"mccoy" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast
"Hello everyone. And welcome to another episode of Captain Hunters podcast. Thank you so much for tuning in in a truly appreciate the love and support that you all have been giving thank you so much for tuning in for another episode. Maybe you can tell but I have a little frog in my throat. Still trying to get over a little cold that I had but you know we gotta go through it to get to it right. No biggie about that. On today's episode we are going to feature a fellow podcasters by the name of Zakia. SAIKIA McCoy missed McCoy's fellow podcast. Did I met through a facebook social group for fellow podcasters so we can hooked up and Being that she is living a positive type of lies down being a fellow. podcast Sir I asked to be on the show and she asked me to be on her show. So we Kinda Did Cross platform kind of thing so you can listen to my interview with her on her PODCAST which is called cooking with positively eighty being the holiday season at the time of the release of this. Would most people count as about thanksgiving. But I actually for my own purposes. I include Halloween in that right. Just a time of feasting and family and just getting around just sitting around getting to know another in in that whole bonding time. I think that's that that is really important. That starting at about Halloween time through Thanksgiving through Christmas through New Year's call the holiday season we eat. We tend to overindulge and and all that kind of stuff so I wanted to keep this positive. Have someone on who knew something a little bit about food. Maybe give us a recipe or two. And so that's why I decided to Hook Cup with Miss Zakia McCoy so I'd like to read just a little bit about her bio before we get into that limit. Just make sure you guys.
"mccoy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The song came out by Neal McCoy I think we called who does this same time spot on our country station call her on the air try to get it on she never it's never answer the phone recognize the phone number Nigel Jason hammers here the resort play that sounds good calling capric who is a very controversial NFL player a few years ago taking a knee during the national anthem hasn't played for about three years the NFL set up a work out for him almost seemingly to say look we want you back in this league twenty five teams came out to watch Colin Kaepernick work out over the weekend hammer down in Atlanta I'm assuming it went well right well I mean it was at the Atlanta Falcons practice facility in NFL facility right there by the airport in Atlanta twenty five teams Colin Kaepernick change the venue last minute to sixty miles south about an hour away and only eight teams followed him down who do that many now Albany claimed it was because of a liability waiver issue even though according to ESPN's Stephen A. Smith they have this information since Tuesday so the Capranica team according to ESPN says that they had this paperwork since Tuesday but they waited until three hours before the work out to move it in our south of disagreement over paper work right is is what happened here causing Colin Kaepernick to say screw it I've got a potential twenty five teams twenty five fifty set eyes on me a very least different teams and I'm gonna open movie down sixty miles away two of the high school just because I don't like the paperwork here I don't like the shin includes the funny with but the NFL is like the one that was kind of set this all up for me right it was the NFL it was Jay Z. it was a series of people now the NFL wanted to use the falcons facility they were willing to provide receivers they were going to record it all make it all available discounts in GM's but that wasn't good enough for calling Capper neck he wanted to control all the narrative here he wanted to be the one the recorded it for some reason the stream that on you tube like all of us are gonna be able to sign him to a team or something move it to a high school why would you move into a high school an hour away when you had the ability to do it at an NFL location so you've lost Stephen a Smith you've lost Jason Whitlock and you've lost Damien woody and now I'm finding out that they may have lost JZ from their side as well JZ who we can't confirm or deny but it feels like had a pretty big handed orchestrating hole a vent JZ according to Sports Illustrated is disappointed that Colin Kaepernick change the venue and turn this into a cold publicity stuff and and locals Colin Kaepernick essays will GZ work for the man now Stephen a Smith isn't it all those guys you mention all those those reporters or establish guys now and it seems like part of Colin Kaepernick's commodity his way to make money is being a professional victim now being perpetually oppressed by the NFL signing on with an NFL team making backup quarterback the salary your all your talk about being oppressed by the NFL seems like a wash at this point and really it has been for awhile ever since he signed the agreement with Roger Goodell and the and the NFL and quote on quote settled his lawsuit and the way that he did the work out where in the **** to kente tee shirt and basically scolding Roger Goodell on the owners afterwards Damon what he did and what he was right this was a job interview do you show up to a job interview wearing that shirt that so polarizing do you show up to a job interview yelling at the people you're trying to get a job from he doesn't want to play he doesn't want to hold the clipboard any looking up a Blake Bortles on the depth chart because that's not good for his brand his brand is being the professional victim and it could not a went better for Colin Kaepernick if that's the case I wouldn't be so that we wouldn't be sitting here talking about this today if the work out happened as planned twenty five teams looked around him he didn't where this teacher referencing slavery didn't move the venue we wouldn't be sitting here talking about this right now there's a lot of bare fans that would say they still throw the ball sign him today right now but nobody's talking about that today.