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Bloomberg to make Democratic debate debut
"Bloomberg hasn't been on a debate stage in eleven years and never face more than one rifle at a time during his New York may oral Roberts he'll face several tonight on the Las Vegas Strip in his team expects fellow candidates to be in attack mode tops political analyst Jeffrey berry says Bloomberg will have to keep his cool being powerful leader but not overpowering and being able to carry the attacks on him with equanimity and at the end of the night says Bloomberg needs to leave viewers who may not have seen him in years with a strong impression what to look and say yeah I could see him in the oval office Sager mag Connie Washington
"oral roberts" Discussed on Are You Real
"Sort of wanting need to do more for the Lord in warning and I've grown up with bypass taking need to hear and see you know guys like Oral Roberts you know and and see these <hes> crazy miracles happening right in front of your eyes. I could list a ton of other people. Can it's Hagen different other people that were shapers of thinking where I'm at today that in your face as a kid though or is that something you look at down the road you notice or did I saw as a kid. I thought man these guys probably never eat. You know they probably fast all all the time. They probably never look at the television to they even go to the bathroom and I don't. I don't blame my parents for that because is my parents were constantly giving me the opposite message but just in my head it was like you gotta be so stinking holy to do that that stuff and so on the I just went down that road of will they just live impossible lifestyle. It wasn't until one day in my <hes> <hes> you know as a youth pastor in my office we got a phone call and a woman. <hes> was going <hes> Her dad was going into a heart surgery for his third bypass doctors think he's GonNa make it and I mean that I pray for people seem like they die. You know like my gift to you is the ultimate healing. Have you seen the face of Jesus forever and death you know and then all of a sudden in the middle of the prayer and I was eating the praying for healing you you know she she called she she. She says we don't go to church. We're not church people. You know I just need you to burn a Campbell Rub some beads whatever you people. Do you know she she. I just wanted to have a sense of God's with us in this difficulty for some how it works yeah something. Give me something that that makes me feel like you know God it may be hearing my heart's cry and in the middle of praying for her which was really kind of more doing the dudes eulogy. I wasn't even really praying. I was praying for healing. I I was like you know people. Don't get ill but I pray from run. In the middle of that. The Lord began to I began to hear got and again it. Just this came as a thought I thought was you know <hes> get out on a limb and I was like what does that mean. I thought literally and I'm like I don't like climb trees. He's in a light and he's like a spoke a second thing. This was not audible. Let me make that very clear. This was just inside of myself south the inaudible just crushing thoughts feeling the second thing was take a risk and I was like what risk you know there's no real and I'm like it got us even seem like to heal his own kids much less one of them. Why would you give them you know and and then a third fight came as I'm sort of arguing with this was from the psalms and it was open your mouth and I'll spell it and I thought that apply to food like I didn't didn't think that apply to prayer or something open your mouth? I'll fill that doesn't make any sense so I thought all of a sudden I realized God wants me to say something that I wouldn't normally finally say and so I just said you know the Lord's about two and I didn't know what I was going to say next and all of a sudden it just it sort of hit me and I started speaking at at the same time and it was almost like bypassing my filter by doing that but I said God's going to give your father a brand new heart and give him brand new lungs. Go with it he's did. I just say that as I'm hearing it. I'm like I wanted to reach out in the air are and grab. Those words hits her ear. Yeah swallow them destroying any evidence. I'd uttered anything so stupid. Did you know and I mean it..
"oral roberts" Discussed on KNSS
"But Alex Jackson will hit for him and take over that spot in the shocker lineup. Only one base runner. I mentioned a little bit ago, Brady Slavin's got hit in the foot by a pitch in the second inning. And that's been it for either team. Hunter Gibson hitting to forty seven. Five home runs, thirty three runs batted in. He did not play at oral. Roberts had one at bat in each game of the series going one for three the pitch to him fastball low for Baldwin. Gibson lined out as a pinch hitter on Friday last weekend. Singled to drive in the go ahead run in Saturday's win. And then struck out in his only at bat on Sunday. One, oh, line foul down the right field line. One ball, one strike Gibson in conference. Play hitting just one fifty four. And he is seven for forty seven. Just one forty nine over his last seventeen games. One swing and a miss the quick street change out. He was out in front of it, and it's one ball and two strikes. It's been that the speed staff and especially the breaking ball and even be more specific breaking balls down in that have really bothered him of late, nineteen strikeouts in his last forty seven at bats one to this low two balls and two strikes. Barron Stewart with just twenty three pitches through his first two innings worked ahead consistently. To, to, to Gibson off, speed missed low three balls and two strikes. Not that many USF fans here, but they're making plenty of noise on ball strike calls actually the stands have not filled up, but have filled out quite a bit more than what it was just right before game time..
"oral roberts" Discussed on KTOK
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"oral roberts" Discussed on Duct Tape Marketing
"This episode of the duct tape marketing podcast is brought to you by AXA Equitable Life. That's exa dot com, advice, retirement and life insurance. Hello and welcome to another episode of the duct tape marketing podcast. This is John Janse and my guest today is David burqas. He's the best selling author speaker and associate professor of leadership and innovation at oral Roberts university is also the author of a book, we're going to talk about today friend of a friend understanding the hidden networks that can transform your life and your career. So David, thanks for joining me. I'll think you so much for having me. So how's that university gig workout is that as a as a author speaker is that is that a good like little side gig. It's funny you say side gig. That's actually exactly how I describe it to a student maybe about two years ago. So when my second book came out, I got sort of crazy busy in that spring season. And. I think I went and entire week was supposed to teach a Monday Wednesday Friday class winning entire week without seeing them just 'cause I was running all around, and then maybe like a week and a half after one of the students was sort of pushing back on why had been gone for so long, and he goes, yeah. Why are you even gone? What's that side gig thing that you do and I looked at him dead in the base. And I said this this is my side gig right doing out there as my whole time thing, and and that's actually been the case. So that that semester everything sort of came to a head. And so I came to them and asked about I'm sort of on a semi permanent sabbatical, I teach classes semester. I still have my appointment and time in rank and all of that kind of stuff, but I don't get paid for fulltime. I get paid for the one classes semester that I teach. And so it feels much more like a side gig now. So now, it's pretty much Monday afternoons, I know where I'm going to be lunch on campus. And then I'm there until I teach my classes that I teach at four thirty because it's for the NBA students and that kind of stuff, and then that's it. And then the rest of the week including today. I barely think about it. Unless someone asks me what it's like. So this has nothing to do through book. We're going to talk about, but I'm fine you as a writer speaker, do you find that your that world that you play in a lot brings information to the student group, or do you sometimes find that interacting with students in what they're thinking doing feeling brings stuff to your right? So it's probably a little bit of both the biggest benefit that. I like about it is that I get the chance to test out ideas. So my background's in organizational behavior, all of my books are very sort of social science based. And so the real challenge is a writer is pairing that with the right case study, the right example, the right what have you? And so I'm doing all of that research for for a book. But then if I'm lecturing on that exact same topic. I can throw that story in see what the reaction is. Does it make sense? Does it not those sort of things? So having that kind of built in test market has been really cool. The other way that it's been helpful to go the other way, and this is. Is less of the time. But this happens as well as I run a daily little YouTube kind of two to three minute tip every single weekday and a good amount of the tips. Now the goal is to do it every single day. And now that we're like nine months in you, get a little dry, and so and so a lot of student questions. Follow up questions. We'll wait a minute. Why does this have to be the case, etc? Then provoke ideas for that would be a great clip. So let me let me write that down real quick. I feel bad because I teach undergrads an MBA students and were very sort of you know, technology because we don't want you texting in the middle class. What have you? But when moments like that happen. I literally take out my phone and open up a little notes violent put it in. So I feel bad because I'm clearly not practicing what I preach there. But it it works. So in the subtitle understanding, the hidden networks that can transform your life and your career was defined. What a hidden network is. Yeah. So this is a term we kinda used to describe the people in your network that a lot of overlook right? So most of us. I mean, even when I say the. Word networking, most of us think it's about converting strangers into, you know, friends or into prospects or into however, were we're using the term. And so we think about our close contacts that people that we see every day or every week that people that were regularly doing business with current clients all of that sort of thing. And then we think networking we think right to those strangers. And what we ignore are the people that are the the term social sciences is weak or dormant ties, and we ignore those people that are one or two degrees of separation out. And if you look at where a lot of the new opportunity comes in. Yes, strangers are going to have new information new ideas, new potential, referrals new needs themselves that you might be able to fit, but you've got us sort of warm up build report with them. It's that middle network that hidden network hidden because a lot of us are overlooking it where there is just as many new and different pieces of information like a total stranger. Unlike your close contacts. But there is either a they already know you or they know someone. Who knows you there that friend of a friend and so building rapport with them is a whole lot easier. So we find in that network. You get a whole lot more value and usually defined networking now is just paying attention to your close contacts in those people in that hidden network dormant ties and people that are one or maybe two degrees of separation out from you. And if you do that well enough, you never have to go to networking mixer or something like that ever again. I think one of the some some folks are having with that is because you know, I completely agree. But I, you know, I was accepting some connection requests Lincoln today. And I noticed I have thirteen thousand first tier connections, which means I must have what a million tier connections. Yeah. It's almost like the online world theoretically made that easier, but it really made it much harder yet. I mean it did. And one of the things that we talk about right in the very oatmeal opening chapter of the book is like, I I pushed back when my editor a lot for writing about any technology. And I open Lee say an intro like I I can't teach you how to use Twitter properly, and I can't teach the perfect rules for linked in our because I'm sure you've guessed the suit everybody uses a little bit differently. And everybody has a different definition what they connection, and so I often say that technology should be a supplement to not a replacement for your existing face to face network. So my my definition connection in the one that we use in a lot of network science. Studies is do you know them in real life? Not just foreign. So for example, John, unfortunately, you, and I were were still friend of friend connections because we haven't had that in person thing. And and everybody uses tools like that a little bit differently. The irony though, is even if you shrunk it down to your connections or people that you've met you've worked on a project with people that you are part of. That face to face network that one or two degrees of separation is still you're still talking about millions of people. And so learning how to navigate it and ask the right questions when you go out to that network becomes a really important thing as well. I do think that you know, I was I was on in the early days of social media. And I do think that the initial phase was get lots of followers. Get lots of friends make less connections, isn't this? Great. And then I think people kinda looked up went oh crap. I can't manage this anymore. And I think a lot of people have really turned to that idea of. Okay. I'm gonna use Lincoln just as you said to really have real connection. But then make sure that it's manageable numbers rather than just big numbers. Yeah. I totally agree. And I I think everybody has to set their own rules. And so I because of the work that I do kind of treat linked in as a as a content as a platform that people can consume content on putting out on this. We put the video on there. We do articles on there, and what have you? So even my rules are a little bit different. But I did a very. Thing with Facebook, similar, basically now, actually they work really really similar except once full of puppy, photos, and political memes and the other is full of real business stuff. But I went from probably eighteen hundred or two thousand contacts in in our friends in Facebook to less than one hundred fifty I am actually every year. It's become a joke with a hundred fifty or so that is slow around every year at Christmas purge. So the day after Christmas I sit down and go through it takes me two or three days because I don't want to. I don't want to spend six hours doing it. I just kind of I do a little bit at a time. But my goal is by New Year's to have looked at everyone's profile and asked myself the question, do I still want to see them in my news feed into a still want them to see my stuff in their news feed? And so I go through kind of every year and do that to treat that network that way because otherwise it's sort of overwhelming, right? Absolutely. I actually heard somebody. I thought this was interesting advice. They said that they're pro choice was that they you know, how? Facebook tells you it's birthday today that you go through then you go if I I don't want to say happy that person -sarily person, you know, they're gone, and I thought well, that's interesting. I go even deeper actually, so I'll say happy birthday to lots of people. My question is actually do I want you to see pictures of my kids because what what have is my first book came out before we had children building the whole platform connecting with everybody. Whoever just you know, you never know where it's going to go type of thing. And then like, my it wasn't actually my first born I didn't notice too much my second born, candidly, we spent a long time in the Nick you, and we're posting these sort of updates that are actually fairly emotional. And then like a random person that saw me speak in Cleveland is typing a message on there. And I'm just sort of like, I know you mean, well, but this makes me uncomfortable. So I'm clearly going to have to do something about this. So that's become my question. I've heard other people do similar questions like I'm forgetting who was talking to somebody that chooses to prune linked in on the basis of what? I give this person twenty dollars knowing I'm never going to get paid back. Right. And there's a lot of people in my life that I would be like, yeah. I'll lend you twenty dollars knowing John I'd lend you twenty dollars knowing I'm never going to get paid back. But it's not that big. There's not that many people in the world that I would do that for the simple soda. The duct tape marketing podcast is brought to you by AXA Equitable Life. It's time we start giving life insurance credit. It deserves. That's because life insurance can be so much more than protection for you and your family. It also helps you live keep and potentially build more cash value over time to learn more, go to AXA dot com. So let's talk about another concept that I think is central to this and the others of have. I think this has become a common sort of term in in networking circles. But this idea of superconductors, so what I think is interesting is they play an interesting role, and they don't play the role we expect so from restrict network side.
"oral roberts" Discussed on 600 WREC
"To play some basketball? So yes, should be should be good crowd tonight. And like I said man, they're still pilot in here. There's they're still filling in here. And everybody's ready for some great basketball. A couple of other games for the American athletic conference tonight oral Roberts at Wichita state and UCLA at Cincinnati. So we'll keep an eye on those for you give you also the top twenty five scores a little later on as as we bring you this tiger pre game show from Bancorp, south guys. Thanks a lot ditch. Well, that's what's going on just a few games. And we'll take a look at the top twenty five a little bit later. We'll go back upstairs. Later, the pregame show and a half will be downstairs tonight for the post game show. We're taking a look at a lot of stuff coming out tonight. Let's take a look at the past. Super cuts history minute with a professor, Matt Dillon. Visit one of your locally owned super cuts today. Tigers and Trojans tonight here, but ex forum the Tigers at the number of the Trojans in this series of this will be the seventh all time meeting tonight. Six nothing in favor of the university of Memphis, five of the six games, by the way, he's been played here in Memphis Tigers. I play the Trojans February twenty four th of nineteen ninety four with the pyramid. The Tigers faced future MBA guard. Derek Fisher in the game for Little Rock. But nonetheless Tigers went on to win that basketball game, a pretty handily eighty-five sixty six and that started the Tigers on their way to being defeated against the Trojans. The last time they that was last year actually here at FedEx forum member fourteenth, the two thousand seventeen west Flanagan was their coach time Owen. One Tigers also own one after losing the opener in Alabama seven thousand to twenty four here at FedEx forum, actually saw Little Rock open up. A twenty one seven lead into the eight minute media time out in that first half. They were hot. They get eight of their first eleven shots. Tigers then came on the. You know, I guess inevitably as they would bring a better basketball team at the end of the first day after they hit some shots, and they closed it down to thirty two twenty seven Little Rock the intermission Tigers and other run.
"oral roberts" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"Life. You want to create time freedom and financial freedom, and you're somebody who by large did not go to business school. And I think there's a lot of anecdotal research out there that would indicate it's probably a wise idea for many people to not go to college. There's a lot of reasons out there that many entrepreneurs really, really should not go to college because going to college for a lot of people is a complete waste of time. And the reason why is because a lot of people are going to go to college and they're. Going to spend a massive amount of time getting in debt, and they're not gonna learn any practical skills. A lot of people are going to go to college and not gain any practical skills. However, there is a time that people might want to consider going to college, and that would be if you have a specific goal in mind in a specific skill you're looking to obtain, and if you know the professors who are teaching, you actually know what they're talking about. Now, that's a big if because there are a lot of professors that I have met over the years who have no idea what they're talking about, and they have never run a successful company and they basically hide on the campus. However, today's guest, Mr. Steve green, Dr Steve green. He previously worked as a consultant for McDonald's Stanley steamer and jiffy lube, and other companies before becoming the dean of the business school for oral Roberts university. Eighty. Now for those who aren't familiar with oral Roberts university, we'll put a link to oral Roberts university on the show notes. But some of you might be saying to yourself, hey, isn't oral Roberts the school that kicked you out. This is true. I was kicked out of oral Roberts university. And you might be saying to yourself? Well, if they kicked out and why are you having the former dean of the school on the show? I feel like the school by and large was a great school, many great things about it. I just feel like for me, I didn't learn anything Roberts university that I directly apply in my own life and business at all. Now, chip that might be different for you. I mean, when you to college, did you find there are things that you learned well, attending Oklahoma state university that you actually used while either running your own business and or today? Coaching business to be completely honest thing college did for me was give me a little bit of chance to grow up and being idiot and not make too much of a mistake in my life because I was on a path, but literally for four years of college, I went to five different schools to business degrees, one marketing one management, and there's not a single thing that I use from that that I remember or us today. Surely you can't be serious serious and don't call me Shirley. I agree. I mean, there's just but I have friends who have attended origin diversity and they swear that Dr Steve green really pushed them. In fact, one of our current clients, Steve currently and his is a company total Linden concepts. One of our clients coach today, Steve says, I trust Eves. I've known Steve for almost three years now. Steve says the darker green really changed the trajectory of his life and really helped him get on the straight narrow path really helped him to discover what it means to be responsible, taught him how to build systems taught about about marketing and was really the coach that he needed in his life. And so I thought I'm going to do some research into this Steve green. This case there, his PHD is the real deal. And so what is gentlemen upon further review? This guy has actually worked directly with McDonald's Stanley steamer, jiffy lube, and other top companies as a strategic advisor turns out he's not so green, he's legit. He's not. Green, Joe. Let's hear it for the PHD and the former dean for origin, diversity. Let's welcome onto the show. I realize I can't hear you clap, but I'm going to do it. Oh, here we go. Dr Steed. Great..
"oral roberts" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"This guy from oral Roberts university. He resigned from our business to become a fee want to start as multilevel company, right? He resigned. He said, I'm multi-level business. I'm going to join them going to be an agent Representative, whatever he resigned. Well, it turns out multilevel businesses typically don't go very well very long term, you know? So he's at the mall pitching products trying to sell stuff. He calls everybody knows from church and Paul pitched from good MLM a really solid pitch. If you had read the ambush absolutely many times Sean of your been pitched from good MLM been really what was the last time that you were don't give us. We don't get in trouble here. Just give us kind of the Taft street, the story. What was the last time that you had a really strong multilevel pitch headed your way? There was a man who visited our old office building and he came in with a machine. This machine was meant to like processes. Your water adds minerals, us water machine here in about all kinds of toxins and Batard bottled water extra uses that this machine would have in terms of you don't even have to use deter in in in the balance of the h about the issue, create a non environment where cancer cannot live just there so much. Years, your bath water to drink in the machine by the Indo if I use the machine and you're not, you're not gonna get cancer. No, no, never need by anything to wash your clothes again. Right. Save money on deter you healthy. It's good for your skin. Yeah..
"oral roberts" Discussed on Le Show
"Unquote copland said he used to travel with oral roberts who flew commercial and it got to the point that it was agitating his spirit people coming up to him and then wanting to pray over them you can't manage that today this dope filled world and get an along too with a bunch of demons i know the feelings are now i don't now trillion years after he'd been admitted to practice as a lawyer john ellis decided to exercise his legal right to sue the catholic church according to abc news australia as an altar boy he had been abused by a pedophile priest now he sought damages but ultimately failed because of the church successfully argued it did not legally exist as its assets were held in a trust and that was protected from legal action his name was unwittingly shackled to the method that church had used to avoid the legal action it's been known since as the ellis defense this week more than sixteen years later the government of the state of victoria in australia passed a law closing that legal loophole by taking away the legal defense they have that puts people in a much stronger position it puts the church on the same footing as any other entity organizations desailly that's all we've been asking for says ellis the new law marxist significant shift for survivors of clergy abuse who until now have had to rely on the good will of the church to nominate a legal entity like bishop who would agree to be sued now religious groups must nominate a defendant with assets capable of being sued i'm looking at you know i don't mean you speaking of australia.
"oral roberts" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Change in the movie are actually the scenes where martin sheen who plays oral roberts and jason segel who plays crumbs best friend who cofounded is a guy who co founded a church his church with him where they basically try to talk them out of it and and you know and and you know the scene where where we're jason talks across says basically you know i love you and i feel like there's nothing i can say that will convince you and and i don't want you to go to hell and and i don't know what to do you know good it's heartbreaking examining the story in kind of the narrative that happened you know and someone who is outside of the culture kind of church culture to some degree do you find yourself a green with the actions of to to some degree that that the church choke or at least being able to kind of relate to why they did what they did you mean fringe in the church and charters of course i do of course yeah like it was an honesty rich in writing the screenplay and just talking about what we all wanted from the film director josh marston and the other producers you know that was one of the things that we thought made the story so compelling with that with that we wanted you know lake lake people were being completely reasonable dave dave believe the bible is a certain thing and and of course this is how they reacted there be terrible people's they didn't react that way and try to save them and try to talk about that so.
"oral roberts" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Roll this carlton was getting closer to oral roberts he got a dinner with oral and his wife evelyn oral and he would talk for hours but it wasn't until a problem arose with oral robertson richard that carlton realized how close they'd become richard roberts ran the world action singers when carlton sang for the group they butted heads on a few occasions and carlton decided he'd had enough at the time incidentally kathy lee gifford was also world action singer and she and carlton decided to quit together word of all this made it to oral and carlton got called into his office to my surprise when i went in the office richard sitting in there and he hit explained his dad that catherine our getting out and he was sitting there in front of his father and me and it was like whatever the son had done to make us not want to be in there was not good this oral didn't want particularly his two favourite one of his favorite singers me and kathy to leave that's the impression i got i could be wrong but i think that's what was going on and so richard was the heirapparent delighted successor they never crossed my mind that it would be any different than that i just was close to his father his father was intrigued with the fact that i was a from the ghettos of san diego or was always for the underdog he suicide bomb he saw me as pulling me myself up on my own bootstraps and so we like you around here twenty five percent of my support is consistently african american he would have said black in those days he said i need a black son richard is my my biological son he has the indispensable name of robbers i remember using the term indispensable because i didn't know what that meant indispensable name of roberts and but you are my black sun and i need you by my side carlton still decided to leave the group but he stayed ohrel's black sun and let's put this in context civil rights came late to tulsa schools weren't desegregated until the nineteen seventies south tulsa still almost all white north tulsa almost all black the oral roberts had always been sympathetic to the plight of black people as early as the fifties he integrated his tent revivals and he was.
"oral roberts" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In a way what carlton's doing isn't so different from what oral roberts the man he calls his mentor and tormentor did half a century ago robertson pentecostal ism and made it mainstream by emphasizing the positive and downplaying the hellfire carlton took it to the next step and got rid of the hell it's unclear whether there's a market for carlton's new gospel there are liberal wings of many protestant denominations and the unitarian stop believing in hell a long time ago so for evangelical is looking for a more inclusive message there are plenty of other places to go but these places don't deliver the message the way evangelical are used to hearing it and then right still preaches at the blood of crisis the way to heaven did he just covers everyone listen to me when i tell you this god is not angry with his with humanity he said i'm not going to strive with them because they're immortal so jesus fixing the is my dad was a you'd only have perfect one i could find you are the lamb without blemish spots go down there and cover them i've got the see them through you i see the blood he doesn't just see americans through the blood or tall sons or people living in the western hemisphere he sees them out that is the gospel of jesus christ oh you know the truth the chew sexy free he's a professor at the university of alberta canada versus broadcast today story higher dimensions church went through foreclosure and shut its doors person desktop patient tulsa at all souls unitarian church he travels lecturing and speaking he's written a book outlining whereas have landed and explaining his reading of the scripture it's called the dust bowl of inclusion somebody say free from my bondage free from the hang up bree.
"oral roberts" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Through all this carlton was getting closer to oral roberts he'd go to dinner with oral and his wife evelyn oral and he would talk for hours but it wasn't until a problem arose with oral robertson richard that carlton realized how close they'd become richard roberts ran the world action singers when carlton sang for the group they butted heads on a few occasions and carlton decided he'd had enough at the time coincidentally kathy lee gifford was also a world action singer and she and carlton decided to quit together word of all this made it to oral and carlton got called into his office to my surprise when i went in the office richard sitting in there and he hit explained his dad that our getting out and he was sitting there in front of his father and the and it was like whatever the son had done to make us not want to be in there was not good this oral didn't want particularly his two favourite one of his favorite singers me and kathy to leave that's the impression i got i could be wrong but i think that's what was going on and so richard was the heirapparent delighted successor i never crossed my mind that it would be any different than that i was close to his father his father was intrigued with the fact that i was from the ghettos of san diego or was always for the underdog he suicide bomb he saw me as pulling me myself by my own bootstraps and so he said we like you around here twenty five percent of my support is consistently africanamer he would have said black in those days and he said i need a black sun richard is my biological son he has the indispensable name of roberts i remember using the term indispensable because i didn't know what that meant indispensable name of roberts and but you are my black sun and i need you my side carlton still decided to leave the group but he stayed earls black sun and let's put this in context civil rights came late to tulsa schools were desegregated until the nineteen seventies south tulsa still almost all white north tulsa almost all black the oral roberts and always been sympathetic to the plight of black people as early as the fifties he integrated his tent revivals and he was.
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"Always thought of you as a son carton as what i tell folks you'll my black sun that was martin sheen playing oral roberts in the film come sunday so it's it's so different right a different experience hearing someone tell their own story as opposed to an actor telling that real life real person's story how do you approach and can i say like an in one of the things that you can't tell because because we're hearing over the radio is that when when when martin sheen playing oral roberts says that to atone edge for who's playing who's playing carton gets look on his face that like is so subtly gets across the idea of like i am not super cool with you saying that but i'm going to be respectful because like i love you and you're an old man you know and you know and your roberts like like he has this look of like understanding go with this and and so you get just like a complicated lived moment where there any concerns about representing i mean things like that someone the look on someone's face and how they're interpreting that kind of comment you know they're real person's representation in a fictionalized telling had were there any any challenges there and concerns us yes yes of course there were end but i mean in a way that's no different than than when we do a story on the radio that's documentary you know like yeah we wanted to get it right and we wanted to represent people as accurately and is complicated ly at the you know as we could so so so and and obviously you know we can't say anything i the list in the film but we can't do that on the radio either so i if it was very very similar.
"oral roberts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Through all this carlton was getting closer to oral roberts he'd go to dinner with oral and his wife evelyn orley and he would talk for hours but it wasn't until a problem arose with oral robertson richard that carlton realized how close they'd become richard roberts ran the world action singers carlton saying for the group they butted heads on a few occasions and carlton decided he'd had enough at the time coincidentally kathy lee gifford was also a world action singer and she and carlton decided to quit together word of all this made it to oral and carlton got called into his office to my surprise when i went in the office ritual sitting in there and he hit explained his dad that kathy our getting out and he was sitting there in front of his father and me and it was like whatever the son had done to make us not want to be in there was not good as oral didn't want particularly his two favourite one of his favorite singers me and kathy to leave that's the impression i don i could be wrong but i think that's what was going on and so richard was the heir apparent likely successor i never crossed my mind that it would be any different than that i just was close to his father his father was intrigued with the fact that i was from the ghettos of san diego or was always for the underdog he's hassam he saw me as pulling myself up on my own bootstraps and so we like you around here twenty five percent of my support is consistently african american he would have said black in those days and he said i need a black sun richard is my biological son he has the indispensable name of robbers i remember using the term indispensable because i didn't know what that meant indispensable name of roberts and but you are my black sun and i need you by my side.
"oral roberts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In a way what carlton's doing isn't so different from what oral roberts the man he calls his mentor and tormentor did half a century ago robertson pentecostal ism and made it mainstream by emphasizing the positive and downplaying the hellfire carlton took it to the next step and got rid of the hell it's unclear whether there's a market for carlton's new gospel there are liberal wings of many protestant denominations and the unitarian stop believing in hell along time ago so for evangelical is looking for a more inclusive message there are plenty of other places to go but these places don't deliver the message the way evangelical so used to hearing it brought them still preaches at the blood of christ is the way to heaven did he just says it covers everyone listen to me when i tell you this god is not angry with his with humanity he said i'm not gonna strive with them because they're immortal jesus niksic the other is my dad was a you'd only have perfect one i could find you are the lamb without blemish spots go down cover them i've got to see them through you see them how through the blood he doesn't just see americans through the blood or or people living in the western hemisphere he sees them out gus pool of jesus christ are you know the the know well sexual free cod he's a professor at the university of out boda and canada and the urgency versus broadcast today story higher dimensions church went through foreclosure and shut its doors person best oh patient tulsa at all souls unitarian church he travels lecturing and speaking he's written a book outlining whereas police have landed and explaining his reading of the scripture it's called the gospel of inclusion look at somebody and say free from on my bondage free from of the hang up brie brie very.
"oral roberts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I only got a sense for how complete the break was when i try to get people in tulsa to talk about carlton pearson only to people who left the church martin brown and jeff oath were willing to talk about the gospel of inclusion nobody else none of the professors at oral roberts university or roberts own son or exprisoners would talk on tape but i asked the people who did talk to us they said they didn't want to sit around thinking about god condemning people to writhing in gnashing of teeth they didn't want to people like me people who aren't born again are bound for attornal damnation but that was just the point they didn't make the rules god did and he put them in the bible belief in hell was just a test of faith carleton received hundreds of letters from around the country making this point like this one dear bishop pearson you're playing right into the enemy's hands with all due respect you can't rewrite the bible and put it the way you think things ought to be stick to the scriptures because that's the way it is whether we like it or not you are that's what basically they're saying to me i think you are i mean billy graham oral roberts the whole charismatic church the whole jerry falwell pat robertson tbn you've been denounced dude don't you know you're you're wrong or or you're so era ghent think you're right and all these people are wrong they're absolutely right i'm being grandiose way out i'm saying what we were taught was wrong we've been sold a bill of goods i'm assaulting fifteen hundred years of of tradition that tradition powerful people told me it was hard giving up hell after a lifetime of believing in it steve palmer the still with higher dimensions he's a youth pastor he says hell is one of the first things he learned about as a young person growing up in an evangelical church the approach was let's see what's the best way that we can get the kids attention i know we'll scare them we'll say do you like the burn.
"oral roberts" Discussed on Around the Rim
"Thirdquarter scouting report one topic i wanted to talk about which is not wnba related but it is women's basketball related in it it's something that's really important is oral roberts women's basketball team suffered a terrible tragedy when one of their players actually baby was found dead in her door room on on thursday night and they're still investigating the cause of her death but they are investigating it as a suicide in uh they said there was no foul play involved in so this is shaping up even though you know again it's it's not official quite yet but to shaping up to to look back another situation where a young person has taken they're all life in we experiences earlier in the year with northwestern you know a new cabrera down who is the nc a as vice president for women's basketball has been on twitter you know just saying you too would we need to do lynn done as someone who has been active just say hey what do we missing what do we need to be paying attention to is there something were missing here with these young people that e e you know they are in this place where they feel like they're only option is to take her own life um i don't know if i would say it something necessarily missing um i know for me personally depression runs the my family um so mental health is something that we discuss often and um you know sometimes i think a common misconception you know if would fit your way seems like that is that people think that you know like it may be a situation where people are just feeling down about you know situations in um maybe if they tell their friends or talk somebody about him they feel like they can take him out in may dino on just do simple things to try to cheer him up but that's not always the case it it can be a chemical imbalance you know so there's issues you know further than what you can just do as a friend and sometimes it's just a matter of people need to get held is not something that they can you know handle on their own um and i think a lot of people sometimes tried to.