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"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

Christ is the Cure

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

"Welcome to Christ is the cure with Nick Campbell. Here. We bring you theology apologetic and a resource for growth on the basis of scripture alone said back and enjoy today's episode. Everyone that's episode sixty nine and this week is thanksgiving week and last year on episode twenty three we did a puritan thanksgiving special. And that is what you are about to hear now. So this is kind of a win win allowed me to take off the week and allowed you to get an early episode. So that you can hear before thanksgiving. And I got a lot of good feedback on this episode. And it's like I said, it's all this twenty three. So it was right around whenever we first started. So chances are you didn't hear this episode because we have a lot of new listeners. So before we begin I wanted to say, thank you very much for all of your love support and encouragement, I hope I have been. Edifying use some shape or form and thanksgiving. I'm thankful for my family, my friends, and for you guys because really y'all have helped me grow, and how maybe more precise, and it's been a wonderful blessing to talk with you and get to know you all and I look forward to conversing with more of you guys in terms of next week. I'm not really sure if there's going to be an episode so you can find out on the Instagram page. I'll announces sometime next week not too sure on the particulars there. So that being said, I've you guys have a blessed week really thank God for the provision of your family and friends thank him for the provision of. Well, what you have been blessed with, and I hope you enjoy the old intro because you're going to hear the old intro as well as the old microphone, so it will sound different. And it's kind of a little bit of nostalgia for. For me and very interesting. But you guys you guys have a great great weekend. God bless you. All. With Mickey Campbell Haley bringing theology apologetic and to resource for growth on the basis of scripture loan sit back and enjoy today's episode. Hey, everyone..

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"nick campbell" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Renee Montaigne in Washington DC, and I'm Lou Garcia Navarro hosting today from Las Vegas Nevada in about a week the city here will Mark a grim anniversary. It was a year ago in October with a single deadliest mass shooting in modern American history took place a man opened fire on a country music festival. He killed fifty eight people injured hundreds more and left this city reeling would joined now by national. Correspondent Leyla fodder to talk about what's changed in the city since then she's based in Las Vegas and was part of the NPR team that covered the shooting. Hi, leila. Hi. So tell us about that night. Well, it was real because the city that's known for over the top crazy fund was scarred. Scared and morning, but really Las Vegas a year on is back to business as usual on. It's the city that wanted to recover wanted to recover quickly needs to write tourists. Come here. Exactly. That's the lice blood of the city they needed people to come back and tell them. Okay, everything's fine. And there are remembrances a memorial garden, but there's also erasing of it. For example, the Mandalay bay the thirty second floor without shooter shot from that doesn't exist anymore. They've renumbered the floors. Oh, and you revisit at one of the survivors, you met just a few days after the shooting to see how he was doing a tell us about him when I first met Nick Campbell. He was in hospital bed a sixteen year old that had jumped on top of his girlfriend to try to protect her and he got shot his lung pierced his ribs crushed, and he tried to climb over a fence after helping her get out, and he couldn't get out on his own. And so this is him speaking to me at that time just days after the shooting a hidden undertone dead shooters. She were day today. Campbell is seventeen. He played basketball at school last year. He ran track and was a lifeguard over the summer and I met up with him at a park near his home in Henderson,.

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"nick campbell" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Renee Montaigne in Washington DC, and I'm Lou Garcia Navarro hosting today from Las Vegas Nevada in about a week the city here will Mark a grim anniversary. It was a year ago in October where the single deadliest mass shooting in modern American history to place a man opened fire on country music festival. He killed fifty eight people injured, hundreds more and left this city. Reeling. Would join now by national correspondent Leyla fodder to talk about what's changed in the city since then she's based in Las Vegas and was part of the NPR team that covered the shooting. Hi, leila. Hi. So tell us about that night. Well, it was surreal because the city that's known for over the top crazy fund was scarred. Scared and morning, but really Las Vegas a year on is back to business as usual on. It's the city that wanted to recover wanted to recover quickly needs to write tourists. Come here. Exactly. That's the life's blood of the city they needed people to come back and tell them it's okay, everything's fine. And there are remembrances a memorial garden, but there's also erasing of it. For example, the Mandalay bay the thirty second floor without shooter shot from that doesn't exist anymore. They've renumbered the floors. Oh, and you revisit it one of the survivors, you met just a few days after the shooting to see how he was doing a tell us about him when I first met Nick Campbell. He was in hospital bed a sixteen year old that had jumped on top of his girlfriend to try to protect her and he got shot his lung pierced his ribs crushed, and he tried to climb over a fence after helping her get out, and he couldn't get out on his own. And so this is him speaking to me at that time just days after the shooting a hidden undertone. I was like dead shooters issued were on dead today. Campbell is seventeen he played basketball at school last year. He ran track and was a lifeguard over the summer and I met up with him at a park near his home in Henderson,.

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"nick campbell" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"I look for other stuff, but it seems like they were locked in on Damon and Norton the whole time. And there's not a lot of, oh, this almost happened stuff with this movie movie would work better with Nick Campbell. I agree. Just a better actress, better actress and a really nice point of her career. Yeah, party five still cruise in posts, scream. She's inherently sympathetic, which is what you need. Joe to be. You have to believe that she's trying with Mike mcdade together him to go straight. You have to care about her point of view and with Nick Campbell, you probably would have. The Dan waiters award. It's just loaded this year from this movie is sometimes they, Dan waiters is a hit or miss the biggest heat check in the movie. John Malkovich is teddy KGB. Yup. Fam- kit Janssen janitors knish Martin Landau with only three scenes. He's not gonna win, but it has to be mentioned and and the guy who played grandma mecca Lee who we're going to get to the Joe Pinto word. There's only one answer. Yeah, there's only one answer at a pay this man as far any come on. It's it's KGB. He's in three scenes. He's in the opening scene is in the closing scene, I think is that it? That's it. Incredible. So for MBA box score, it's twelve minutes. Maybe he has thirty five points, ten rebounds and seven bucks shots shout at the fam- Janssen the I love her. She's great a, you could make a case. She should have just been Joe and they'd just should have figured out another, you know, I should care. Don't think we should overlook. Connector conditions got some of the greatest lines in the movie he represents. I think what real poker players? A lot of lifetime kinda poke players like he's grabbing at that red money money, the tension between him and warm is awesome. He's based on this real guy who complimented Levin wrote about in two thousand fourteen him Joel bagels, who was a guy who is clearly like a valet for those two guys when they were getting obsessed with poker and then start writing the movie. It sounds like a lot of the lines women are the rake is his real is Joel bagels, real line and conditions, a great. After that confrontation between knish and Mike MC d at the sauna, when he won't give them the money, I love that scene so they can be here that actually, Zach, I give you two grand. What's that by day? I give it to you. I'm wasting it. That's fucking great. You did it to yourself. You had to put it all on the line for some Vegas pipedream took a recipe. I took a rescue you. You see all the angles. You never have the fucking stones to play one stones. A little puck. I'm not playing for the thrill of fucking victory. Here. I'll rent alimony child support. I play for money. My kids eat. I got stones enough not to chase cards, actions a fucking pipe dreams of winning the World Series on ESPN..

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"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

Christ is the Cure

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

"Welcome to christ is the cure with nick campbell here we bring you the apologetic and a resource for growth on the basis of scripture alone sit back and enjoy today's episode everyone how's it going today it is episode fifty two end it is the fourth episode of the theology series and stay with me talking about the sufficiency of scripture now we talked about in aaron c and the various conceptions of nancy last time and so today is going to be probably a little bit shorter of course i've said that like three times out that that was gonna be shorter and it's been about the same as it always has so we'll see what actually happens you're i foresee it being a little bit shorter because of how straight forwarded actually is so whenever we talk about the sufficiency of scripture were basically talking about the general idea that all that we need for faith and for practice is scripture we don't need extra biblical tradition we don't need we don't need a hope we don't need any type of special means of interpretation scripture interpret scripture and scripture is completely sufficient within his own context properly applied in handled for the christian in their faith and practice so i wanted to start off with a quote by james white from the book scripture alone which will be the recommended resources resource for this episode because he does a great job of breaking down the whole topic instead of just going through quickly since this is a pretty broad overview of theology i didn't want to get too much into it and so we we also wanted to move onto the next section which be theology proper that is the doctor of god regardless james white says to believe in sola scripture that scripture alone is to allow god to speak without interruption here just to trust his self revelation refusing to mix man's word with god's and man's thoughts with his thoughts it is to be quiet into let god speak now james white further argues that every attack upon the christian faith begins with the denial of solo scriptural and ideas that there needs to be an infallible thorny of sorts to interpret the bible for men think here of additions to the bible today's such as supposed prophetic revelation the watch tower publications of the jehovah's witness sacred tradition of roman catholicism and even tradition of eastern orthodox etc for progressive theology the digital channel being your truth relative interpersonal interpretation of sorts basically you can't find the original meaning so make your own well according to the all right so what does it mean to you what does the passage seem to say to you these things of this nature basically in progress at the the extra biblical source of interpretation is each individual scripture alone does not negate the working of the holy spirit and elimination which is something to be said and in placing scripture into the hearts of men that the holy spirit still works in terms of the holy spirit's role that will become a discussion for the down the road and the theology series so we're not the hold onto your hats for that one confessional general revelation was insufficient for the sake of the gospel now remember general revelation is that which we can observe in nature nature reveals god his existence his glory his power as romans one tells us but it was not sufficient to proclaim the message of christ it was not sufficient to reveal all of god which is why we have special revelation through scripture where we learned the means by which we were informed and equip that has threw god breathed scripture which we talked about in the last two episodes on this series which i recommend if you haven't checked them out which was on inspiration and inherently now solo scripture affirms a simple idea that all one needs for rule of faith and practices found in scripture we don't need traditions we don't need magistrates or papal authority the bible is completely sufficient to lead the christian and to lead the church and it's a thorny is proved and logically follows if we believe it to be the word of got the logic is very simple if scripture is god breathed and if it is the word of god then it is of most authority the question is is is sufficient for the task of directing the christian and the church seconds empty three four through seventeen a common text on these topics makes vaguely that scripture directs men in all things necessary to be complete it is true that the new testament speaks of.

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"nick campbell" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"If that effect ribbon you feel some rain did you feel rain was that just me and might have ruined if your go see i don't think i've ever been more anxious in my entire life and i have the right now my forgetting new detained bruce cut them off territory scores i you're actually even get a shot so here's a funny story i'm an idiot is bad it's over now almost burned down go style and moral of the story i shouldn't play survivor i'm just going to destroy this place for the hollywood reporter in collaboration with rob has a podcast i'm josh week and when it comes to being stranded on ghost island i was the first what happened malone moon first one app ghost zero is produced written in hosted by josh with that's me it's collaboration between the hollywood reporter in rod as podcast taryn armstrong's our editor he is also a robot ghost trump's to theme of this podcast is composed by josh embed winkler arranged by nick campbell and performed by the sun and go to t h r dot com slash servive her for more ghost island coverage survivor returns february twenty eight and ghosts zero concludes march 1st this season on first one out no one has been on go style you're the first i'm ghost zero your ghost zero e v i did your high like i now she's not actually reading it she's trying to fix all out.

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"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

Christ is the Cure

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

"Welcome to christ is the your with nick campbell haley bringing theology apologetic and a resource for growth on the basis of scripture alone sit back and enjoy today's episode aero welcome back to the show this is episode thirty in this weeks episode is going to be a personal type reflection that you may recognize if you were a reader of the blog budge a fair to good 30th episode especially around this tired especially when from going through a busy season would be this would be a good one that kind of share so you need a fair warning that this is going to be a very basic messages nothing profound just the basics of course it is profound everything about one talking about but i mean mature christian it's going back to the basics it's going to be very obvious in is something that i wrote a long time ago but i think it's good to always go back to these kinds of things in explain that as we go through so that being said when looking back on my conversion to christianity the message was hard the fundamental message that we are sabae grace through faith alone each to my brain for quite a long time the message in its entirety when looking at the gospel as this for by greece yemen saved through faith in this and not shown doing it is a gift of god not a results to work so that no one can boast nazi visions to a through nine in my life i had been todd that nothing is free we worked for what we have and we were you we re pay those who give us gifts furthermore the dependence upon another was quite all pudding especially as a free thinking nonperformace anti theorist dependence on god was ridiculous independence was the way to go his message was hard because it is too simple and this is where things ironically became difficult while being a disciple of christ has a high cost and it brings about a hard life the initial numerous salvation his hard to believe because of its simplicity in galicians we can see a similar mentality coming upon the late observers of the second temple them as they were brought salvation through christ work these christians angle asia were say by their faith but later resorted to the law for salvation it makes sense to me and.

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"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

Christ is the Cure

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

"Welcome to christ is the your with nick campbell haley bringing theology apologetic and a resource for growth on the basis of scripture alone sit back and enjoy today's episode everyone welcome back to the podcast in this is episode twenty seven in today's episode is all going to be responses to various things on the internet because it is something new introduced to the show where once a month everything will be a response to various things i've seen on the internet so let's get right into it at the first one was very interesting and i'm gonna go through very briefly because i'm tired of talking about a but i wanted to point it out now there is opposed online that said the bible is the most accurate of all ancient writings or 25000 archaeological findings to back it up their nearly 25000 manuscripts and portions of manuscripts that test whose accuracy ninety nine percent there are many extra biblical writings have back up its claims about christ listed all attempts to destroy it almost operate there what is interesting here is that this post talks about the 25000 manuscripts but the individual that posted this is keen james only in fact he is very very king jr sms only to the point where he says that the king james the only true where to god all of their main strips are corrupted in that you can trust them but notice he says that the twenty five thousand manuscripts and portions of manged scripts that test to its accuracy nine nine percent first off the king james is not use 25000 manuscripts eases six greek manuscripts and when you to remember this as well that the fifty eight hundred greek manuscript so we have or not all the byzantine family and the tea are the texture set this that the king james based on is only six manuscripts it is interesting too because this post set this person posted says nine percent accuracy but any king james only believer will not say that if they knew that this represented all major age groups nudges their own because they believe that now exander remains jobs are corrupted and that you can only trust the visiting family so that is something to be said right there in so i messages person i was like so argued you king james.

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"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

Christ is the Cure

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

"Welcome to christ is the your with nick campbell haley bringing theology apologetic and a resource for growth on the basis of scripture alone sit back and enjoy today's episode hey everyone this is episode twenty six of the podcast and before we actually get into everything it is worth noting that rc sprawl has passed into glory and while it was very plain in obvious that he loved lord he loves scripture he loved god's holiness he loved proclaiming teaching and he was really gifted in that area we should remember that his family's grieving and that we need to be praying for them while i guarantee that man is extremely happy right now being in the presence of lord but let's continue to pray for his family and lescure get right into today's topic which is the american experiment where i'm at such kind of on the founders of the united states and how things kinda got started off who basically what people call the american experiment so the bonus of the founders of the united states was not limited to defer defiance against the king of england but it extended to innovative proportions really whenever they desire democracy and freedom to coexist now in some sense we see that the united states founding documents or more of a hypothesis or an experiment than anything else we see the risky nature of trying to establish a government where the powers limited in order that the people ruled while maintaining freedoms of individuals when passing laws for the common good his dynamic proved quite challenging and it's still is quite challenging especially when we examined the balance or separation of church and state a discussion that is held in abundance today still now as dale and two thousand seven put it that vance of freedom and democracy is not a straight path but one that also sustains setbacks and america's seemed like a political miracle now in the founding of the united states a hypotheses was created basically this experiment which ultimately desire to balance out the freedom of liberty.

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"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

Christ is the Cure

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

"Welcome to christ is the your with nick campbell haley bringing theology apologetic and a resource for growth on the basis of scripture alone sit back and enjoy today's episode they rolled back to the podcast this is episode 25 and if you hear rain in the background is because it is raining and snowing in texas that is just another crazy thing to add to the we here because we've had horses supreme court issue with the cake and then we've had a re surgeons of the apocryphal james has been announced and then as well as various things such as trump's declaring of jerusalem as israel's capital which is very interesting stuff next week we'll talk about religious freedom we'll talk about the founding fathers a little bit but this week is all about abraham's faith but before we begin we have a new addition to this weird thing that we're doing with crisis at the cure and this new thing is a chat server for christians to talk about a variety of subjects of the of my head there are channels such theology of the bible general discussion word we now have a debate channel 2 wanted you have friendly friendly debates with other christians to practice your apologetic sam defend different theological use of like that ultimately you can get in it's free it's on an app that many of you may know called discord which actually meant for gaming but we utilize it to turn into a christian chat server and you can get there by going through discord dot christ is the cured dot org and i will put that with a description of today's episode but let's get right into the subject today subject is all about abraham's faith and we're gonna be talking about the wellknown genesis 22 most people know about this some chapter because it's all about the sacrifice of isaac and i think that there's something says stylish before we get right into this and a lot of this will be familiar for some people including those even those outside of the faith but there are some things that we need to touch on in terms of.

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"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

Christ is the Cure

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

"Welcome to christ is the your with nick campbell haley bringing theology apologetic and a resource for growth on the basis of scripture alone sit back and enjoy today's episode well everyone i can honestly say that i am enjoying what is happening on this podcast and the reason why i say this because i was really just waiting for thursday to roll around kind of getting impatient as i can do neps so today and i thought we'd so here i am patiently waited and we are going into romans six today this is episode dairy say this is up so 2004 this is episode 24 and it's all about roman six and hopefully next week is going to be about abraham's faith and i want to say that one week indecember i will be off but i think i'll have a longer special prior to that so that you have an hour so thirty minutes for one week at thirty minutes were another week i don't know if i could swing an hour but we'll see what happens eventually starting january i want to start introducing two parts one week of the month will have some kind of interviewer or talk with some one of the faith just about a random topic or as some kind of special feel that they're in or maybe even experienced like there's some extra who witnesses i think i wanna talk to you but another week we'll be one of a kind of o q in a i answer questions i address things i've seen online and i want to i really had those response videos and it really helps because i don't have to prepped so much in advance for the next message so to speak and the future we have a lot of interesting things that i can get too so let's start today with romans six now get ready for a shocker right off the bat but i believe that roman six has to be one of the most overlooked in under appreciated chapters in modern christianity and the reason why i say this because there's many christians who are struggling with their scent who fail at having that victory over sinn enrollment six really has that truth that.

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"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

Christ is the Cure

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

"Welcome to christ is the your with nick campbell haley bringing theology apologetic and a resource for growth on the basis of scripture alone sit back and enjoy today's episode payroll welcome back to the show this episode 23 in today's me about the chance thanksgiving it's a special i wasn't really planning on doing anything this week by la instagram have the vote where most of my decisions are made their instagram now because i have these little polls i put him up so if you wanna be a part of that you can follow me on instagram at christ dodd is dotted the dot cure no link will be and the description for this episode so this is special i don't know if it's gonna be shorter or not where he's going to go through some notes that have and see what happens so the europeans were ultimately reformers who wanted to finish reformation now and what was a better way for them to do that except come over to the new world and establish colonies centered around their convictions it is notable though that their colonies were not theocracies this is kind of a misconception and we can see this in things such as the mayflower compact which ultimately was a primer for the constitutional republic that we have today in fact weaken note that many who were on board the mayflower were not apart the congregation at all now the may flowers desire was to establish fair and equal laws and ordinances and rules among the civilization in the new world now the curtains driving convictions mimics those that came from the reformation as we said they wanted to the reformation to be done they wanted to reform the church he wanted to do it now and the burdens believed many things that drove their lifestyles in first the puritans believe that mankind was entirely dependent upon god for salvation among this the thirty of the bible was greatly infra size they lived off of the bible and they believe that christians should do only what the scriptures explicitly direct which i would argue is where we see their unnecessary limitations in terms of christian liberty but of course as with any group that puritans can always agree on what the bible instructed in particular this was an issue with church organization and another notable aspect was that the notion that god criticism that is a whole which means that all spheres of.

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"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

Christ is the Cure

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

"Welcome to christ is the your with nick campbell haley bringing theology apologetic and a resource for growth on the basis of scripture alone sit back and enjoy today's episode everyone everyone welcome back to this show it is episode 22 in it's all about jobs witnesses park two and i'm going to try to go through a lot of information today that way we don't have to have a part three because i don't want to dwell on this too much because they have other stuff i want to get too but this should give you a general idea of how you can talk to them where you can focus on in some things just kind of know about them in general before we begin let me just note that you can follow me on instagram at chrysler dodge is dotted the dodge secure and you can leave a lot of feedback there because that's usually where i let people vote for what's happening next let people kind of get feedback more often you can also email me out logic in life 92 edgy dot com and send in questions comes concerns or ideas for the show that being said there is a change thursday's are the daewoo where i posing episodes it'll be thursdays and less is a special event like next week i probably won't post because it's thanksgiving weekend i'm going to be outta town so i was thinking may be doing something on the on the pilgrims but i don't know we'll see we'll see i feel but chances are they won't be anything next week but from now on it's one day a week on thursday's now that we've got the show rolling i'm gonna cut down so that we don't have overload in that way you can catch up with all the previous episode solis talking about jobs witnesses first i just thought to be need to note some of.

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"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

Christ is the Cure

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

"Welcome to christ is the your with nick campbell haley bringing theology apologetic and a resource for growth on the basis of scripture alone sit back and enjoy today's episode hey everyone welcome back the ball guesses episode 21 we are finally over the hill from what has been a rough two weeks of just back and forth on a controversial topic that needed to be addressed but let's move on to something we can all agree on let's remember that we are united in essentials and that's what makes us different from everyone else so as stay united in this central let's move forward that so the new series is going to be on jehovah's witnesses as per request on instagram if you're on instagram you have more of a say of where i go in terms of the podcasts you can follow me on instagram at christ dot is dot the dodge cure in i'll leave my scam linked in the description of this episode so we're talking about joe's witnesses and i want to start by giving a little bit of back row know about why i have such a focus on jehovah's witnesses now i work with the jobs witness and i was very intrigued by some discussions i had with them and i was asking questions because this is what i do size asking this individual bunch of questions and i think i accidentally misled him i didn't mean to but i think he thought that i was interested in converting so he brings me one of his bibles and he brings me and they're on their magazine the literature what does the by will actually teach and i go through it and i market all up i give him back his first magazine and of course he trashed it and i didn't understand what was happening at the time i didn't really know much about them.

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"nick campbell" Discussed on The Futur

The Futur

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on The Futur

"Funny story he's one of the mentors that really was a built me um and showed me how three d works and how design work so all one of those one of those people that um that i describe in the stories that was over my shoulder saying hey this is how to be better i was able to build a company to eventually higher him so we could talk about that too but that's chad he is um than any industry for twenty years he's built teams he's worked in post houses boutique shops he's built his own three pipelines um one of the most talented 3d artist that i know um it so he's our creative director and he is in charge of daytoday operation and also um uh a lot of the plug in design and kind of where we're going with our new market so um if if you think about cinema forty just real quick aside the the cinema forty m journey has gone from kind of a new piece of software with new uh new people that are maybe they know after facts maybe they're a little bit interested in cinema forty and one of the reasons that that program took off is because it caters more to designers so it's not it's less technical it's less of a nerdy you know platform like other three d packages it's much more approachable i guess that's a better way to say it and so it's it's been it's been in evolving market but now cinema forty is being used in feature films and every broadcast a team that that.

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"nick campbell" Discussed on The Futur

The Futur

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on The Futur

"Let's teach you a little bit everything kind of degrees and withdrew you to that program or that major or that school you know um it i i looking back on it what i was really obsessed about was aftereffects i um i saw work back you know right when the right now a really dating myself right when the internet was uh you know hotton leading video online at all you know i started watching things like m k twelve and oh yeah sweater porn did the the the sweater porn video and the man of action video were basically the two things that got me way into this at that and then i was also obsessed with a with music video so the whole michelle ganji um like that in a series of dvds right the chris cunningham and yeah it's the director series ethic that's what it's yeah i have that on my on sogard so i was i knew i was obsessed with short film and short media and commercial work and then and k twelve kinda packaged at all up for me 'cause i was obsessed with recording i was doing record recording engineering at the time i was approach rules nerd and what i realized was after affects was my answer for about ten years of my life i looked in the aftereffects and i said this tool here not only helped make all this stuff that i find beautiful but it accepts all of the weird disparate things that i'm into right now it it you could throw photography in aftereffects he could throw video you can throw audio and aftereffects you get through three d in aftereffects he could do three d and aftereffects reich like that was new back then we could fly around in aftereffects in in in three eighty um so i go that's what i wanted so i picked a school basically to say they are they are going to teach me how to take this piece of software and uh and learn enough about it to go get a job doing this 'cause i know i just want to sit here and obsessed over this tool well you probably know some of the story as you go in i realized that.

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"nick campbell" Discussed on The Futur

The Futur

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"nick campbell" Discussed on The Futur

"As building my career at that point right i was learning aftereffects i was going to school and uh photography was just one of those things i was obsessed with so uh you know i i wish it was more direct story but i these accidental things um i think play a huge part in everyone's life you know how how you learn certain things the way that i learned designed to photography really helped me with all the stuff i feel like a probably get off topic if you let me but so that was that was that the the year and so to get to the site as it is now um somewhere around two thousand eight two thousand nine i realized i had an opportunity i was i was learning all this stuff i was loving my job at digital kitchen i loved learning in and playing around with design and loved aftereffects love cinema forty but there was this new thing i was interested in and it was business i realized that i was interested in running my own business i had some success on the i two in store i made some uh some iphone apps and those worse selling and doing well i was even experimenting at the time with stock photography and stock video which introduced me to the concept that that i could potentially make something once and then sell it ongoing ooh aah river my hands together now as his awesome it i read the books right i read the the four workweek iran jerry vina chuck stuff i read these things in terms like passive income and all this stuff was kind of floating around but it wasn't until i realized that i could.

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