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Fresh update on "phil robertson" discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

01:10 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "phil robertson" discussed on Morning Edition

"That comes out of the mines ends up on a train like this one headed for processing plant that was part of the merger. Conductor John Pouyanne says the merger has dramatically changed how smaller minds work mentions young and you're breaking some days. The mine is an open at all, and we're not allowed to talk about the closure. The coal train used to run at least once a day. Now it's more like once every seven or eight days. Smaller minds like this one are getting ready to shut down near the mind. The local government has already built a huge solar farm, a sign of the times to come and so families that have been in the coal industry for the last 70 years. Preparing for the end. Just way to call channel mates has him all the coal has been mined. There's very little left and you can't tunnel deeper money is really hard to earn. These days. This minor surnamed strong as well didn't want to give us full name, citing economic sensitivities around closing minds. Is 56 in just a few years away from retiring because he does the most dangerous work of going into the mine's deepest tunnels. He makes a good living, but it's exhausting work here every month. I only take one day off, the less you work, the less money you make. John Son is studying in university but is considering returning home to work in the mines. We'll call it a bit like your head. Not not. I estimate that my son will be the last generation of minors. But for China to make its goals and reducing carbon emissions, one more generation of burning coal might be one generation too long. Emily Fang NPR news that on China The trial of Myanmar's ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu. She began today in the capital Naypyitaw to she's been in detention for more than four months now ever since the February 1st coup that returned the country's repressive military to power. The military justified its coup by alleging widespread election fraud on the part of Suki and her party, Michael Sullivan reports. The military started slapping charges against Suki just days after her detention. It hasn't stopped since. Some seem laughable, illegally importing walkie talkies for her security guards, for example, others including violating the state official Secrets Act far more serious. Just last week, state run media said several new charges had been filed, including bribery and misuse of authority involving land deals. These are politically motivated, bogus charges that are being brought against her. Because they don't want to ever have her run for election again. They don't want to see her walking free on the streets of Myanmar again. That's Phil Robertson, Deputy Asia director for Human Rights Watch. It's not just Suki. The hunter wants to bury, he says. But her party, the National League for Democracy as well using the alleged election fraud in November as grounds to disband it. International monitors have dismissed the allegations as groundless. This is military rules. This is we've got the guns. We have the guys and we're going to do whatever we want. Myanmar military is digging in for the long haul. But it's facing a strong challenge from a civil disobedience movement that began shortly after the coup and has now morphed into outright armed resistance in many parts of the country. With ragtag civilian militias battling the military, even as it continues its decades long fight with ethnic minority militias in the borderlands. The military might succeed in sidelining Souci permanently. The growing resistance will be harder to get rid of. For NPR News. I'm Michael Sullivan in Bangkok. This is NPR news..

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Fresh update on "phil robertson" discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

01:08 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "phil robertson" discussed on Morning Edition

"For minors. The calls that comes out of the mind ends up on a train like this one headed for processing plant that was part of the merger. Conductor John Pouyanne says the merger has dramatically changed how smaller minds work mentions pitches younger. You're breaking some days. The mine is an open at all, and we're not allowed to talk about the closure. The coal train used to run at least once a day. Now it's more like once every seven or eight days. Smaller minds like this one are getting ready to shut down near the mind. The local government has already built a huge solar farm, a sign of the times to come and so families that have been in the coal industry for the last 70 years. Preparing for the end. Just way too caught. Channel mates has him all the coal has been mined. There's very little left and you can't tunnel deeper. Money is really hard to earn. These days. This minor surnamed strong as well didn't want to give us full name, Citing economic sensitivities around closing minds. He's 56 in just a few years away from retiring because he does the most dangerous work of going into the mind's deepest tunnels. He makes a good living, but it's exhausting work. You wait here every month. I only take one day off, the less you work, the less money you make. Zhang son is studying in university but is considering returning home to work in the minds. We'll call it. Do it like your head? Not not. I estimate that my son will be the last generation of minors. But for China to make its goals and reducing carbon emissions, one more generation of burning coal might be one generation too long. Emily Fang NPR news that on China The trial of Myanmar's ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu. She began today in the capital Naypyitaw to she's been in detention for more than four months now ever since the February 1st coup that return the country's repressive military to power. The military justified its coup by alleging widespread election fraud on the part of Suki and her party, Michael Sullivan reports the military started slapping charges against Suki just days after her detention. It hasn't stopped since. Some seem laughable, illegally importing walkie talkies for her security guards, for example, others, including violating the state Official Secrets Act, far more serious. Just last week, state run media said several new charges had been filed. Including bribery and misuse of authority involving land deals. These are politically motivated, bogus charges that are being brought against her because they don't want to ever have her run for election again. They don't want to see her walking free on the streets of Myanmar again. That's Phil Robertson, Deputy Asia director for Human Rights Watch. It's not just Suki. The Hunter wants to bury, he says, but her party, the National League for Democracy as well. Using the alleged election fraud in November as grounds to disband it. International monitors have dismissed the allegations as groundless. This is military rules. This is we've got the guns. We have the guys and we're going to do whatever we want. Myanmar military is digging in for the long haul. But it's facing a strong challenge from a civil disobedience movement that began shortly after the coup and has now morphed into outright armed resistance in many parts of the country. With ragtag civilian militias battling the military, even as it continues its decades long fight with ethnic minority militias in the borderlands. The military might succeed in sidelining Souci permanently. The growing resistance will be harder to get rid of. For NPR.

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When Do We Turn a Corner on This Pandemic?

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

01:17 min | 2 months ago

When Do We Turn a Corner on This Pandemic?

"I'm trying to figure out is okay. A pandemic swept in out of china got loose out of some. I don't know lab so this virus that comes from bats is unleashed on the world and it it starts rolling across the entire planet earth and people begin to that because of it there's a rallying everyone gets together. So they they. They said where my asks states. Six feet from each other spread out. Don't get into large crowds. Went through that era that part of it. They finally get a vaccine for that. They know works. Take this and you won't get it and so that came but everybody's still wearing a mask steal scattered out. I'm thinking when do we turn the corner on this thing and say you know what we got back saying. You can take now and you want that. So when do we say valley turned the corner. The reason is because every time there's every time you turn a corner they put another corner. That's what you're missing.

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Overcoming Evil With the Help of Jesus

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

01:35 min | 2 months ago

Overcoming Evil With the Help of Jesus

"What the world doesn't get that. We get on a daily basis. And i mean we as in in jesus is we get the highlights from sharon. Jesus you know sure we get the highlights of evil in the world on every newscast but when some evil person who has done. Incredible amounts of harm comes to jesus or they don't report that have you ever seen on the news. They're like breaking like we shared. Couple podcasts about one of these Leaders of a gang and mexico cartel come into jesus. Why didn't see that on the news. You ever hear that. But that's a highlight there that i'm light. That's yes because that's our our mission. Whenever i see something bad happen. And we've all if you looked at our bottom five bobble studies with evil people that we've all had we have encountered just rawl evil and re looked at them right in the eyes. So here i am. I'm not thinking about this guy may go into play shoot somebody but in the back of my mind it would shock me because this guy is evil or female. Whoever it was. But i thought. I got a moment right here. Through the grace of god introduce jesus to change this heart not only to save his soul and let him be a representative kinda like a guy named saul but also to make the world a safer place.

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"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

05:33 min | 2 months ago

"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"Ancestry dot com. Yes checked out. My wife is huge on it. Got a lot of scottish in me. that makes a lot of sense. That may be where that language you had to work on this. It may some of your scottish irish. And scottish that's a double whammy all robertson's the robertson's scotland scotland. I asked him. I said well. What kind of name did believe once we started coming america. He said both good and bad he had feel. Yeah that went dead on the show. They went to the through the museum. Yeah where it was. Actually you know it was like our fa- our clan. We were the mcdonald's and we were substructure roberts. I said dude. You stay in america for a couple hundred years. That's addition what you end up. He went to wear pants. So it's really it's really interesting. I loved the idea of finding out where you come from. It's just something about that. So ancestry dot com Is a great place to be able to do that. Check these guys out. We found out through answers dot com. We had a sister or she found. She had some brothers unidad. She did know about so odyssey. It means a lot to us. So if you want to learn more about your ancestry go to ancestry. Dot com slash. Feel and you get to start your free trial. So as ancestry dot com slash field. Check it out. There's a dot call sales along with. Berger said will you take hamburgers and duck calls. What s you won't could it could. It may may be me that if if the verse says if i can trust you with a little trust you with a lot you know the that the surrender is you spoke up for me whether it was going to hurt your business or help. You're busy didn't know yet. You did it. Because i love what you're doing at the stores with the and that's what the shirt is right away the eighties with several. You just lucky. And i'll raise my hands and what about it. You were lucky too. But i mean how much do you thank. You look like life is good. I mean we're every day. I go on my computer. Which by the way phil. I'll is convinced that. I am the younger version of you when it comes to technology but anyway i do know how to go on a computer and i'm reading about restaurants that are chapter eleven bankruptcy or gone under these are players. That are a lot bigger than than us so yeah. I'm sorry i can't just put it all off in. It's not my fabulous leadership. It's this is god's business and he's he's helping us right now but the spirit that that resonates which within the company right now is is amazing. It really is amazing. Hourani that we had on the podcast yesterday. The whole thing. That noah does now he's an artist and he's very successful artemis california's done all these big contracts for all these big disney and all these people but his passion as he described the puckish is day is is working with people having their business. He said he take your company and turned into a cause was the way he phrased it brie and then we you know we had you on the podcast today. 'cause you happen to be coming through but you're an example of just what no was talking about black yesterday of someone that's in fits all three of us whether it be those artists city My my daughter's husband is on artist whether it's these prince you know. Everybody has their own thing. Everybody's wear something. Some people can draw. Ducks on page can can look at things differently. Like and hardy. Some people are good at burgers making some people duck call maker. That's a strange install. Come together under one head. Jesus christ i'm like i don't know the workings of it but i'm just watching. It is pretty awesome to watch. I'm not sure that. If i tell the story on the podcast before kenny bobby. Note before our because we do. So many. I forget the stories tail but i still remember vividly the time when dad sort of went public. Does you know he's doing a lot of du banquets early a christian and you know he. He's he's sharon with people. But it's mostly individually are charging so hadn't really again these du thanks and just a drunk fast most of them. You know we quit doing them after a while. They're doing it to raise money. I get it but you know it's just not it's hard to put a conversation so we were in new orleans and abbas speaking They had like a main stage and so they would have the seminars in this. All these hunting guys would get up and tell by hata castor. Tell about this or this product of that. So dad was the dutko demonstrated that day so he gets up. And there's there's about four or five hundred people that have gathered there to hear him and so he goes through his calls. And and it's good and it's mostly cajun's from that area down there new orleans and all eve good you know. They by drinking their budweiser. So dad standing. Underneath this big. Sam i was a teenager. So wasn't long after you convert and it said anheuser-busch king beers and so dad. You know he gets his. 'cause i'm seeing this kind of gathering up his stuff as wrapping up. Because i'd seen him do his his dugout speech. But then i i saw something clicked and you pulled your bowel out and it got deathly quiet. Because everybody's looking at not really expected exactly at their beard. He brings out the bowel..

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"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

05:10 min | 2 months ago

"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"Him unashamed what about you so as advertised. We have another gas. This has been amazing. This has been the week of guests. Yeah we've we every podcast we do normally we sprinkle in some gas but it just so happened that this this particular time. Everybody came through at the same time us. Multiple skill sets right. It's a little bit of everybody. You know hamburger makers duck call makers table makers this table. Carbonates are artists. They yup they draw thank kingdom is made up of and we had we have to send jas out from time to time just to have these awkward run ins with people to be able to have stories to tell them the podcast these new material so we have to send them out just just say go and then because when he comes back it'll be the something you've never imagined possible to have this know. Is that right evidence. Kenny kenan. Where did this thing start in your life. Your your over there. Where at mississippi. North carolina north carolina north carolina north carolina by way of and. It was east killing through mississippi. Yes on the way here but so you're over there in does he. I say you had a moment. I'll look i got a. I'm jason chair. So i get to tell the story okay l. Let me tell. This story actually raised in an agnostic atheist family but even at age like twelve. I used to. I used to sit down and watch dr robert schuler at the crystal cathedral on sunday mornings. Because i knew something was there you know. Even though and sometimes i'd even get teased. A little bit by the heirs can get in his church this morning. And i'll never forget. I reached out wrote a letter. I guess getting one from a little twelve year old boy. They weren't asking for any money or anything. They sent me a cross and i wore that cross until i lost it in the atlantic ocean lifeguard and basically award. Then i went. Crooked met a was athlete. Just like you feel played college. Baseball ran with a rough crowd. And we look people. Don't think athletes don't have a good time they don't under- yeah okay. We'll tell some stories later on we'll share some back and forth and long story short married. A wonderful woman been married to her for thirty five years. She was raised in a church. Probably a second time. I stepped in church. Was the day i got married in. It was really glad. I didn't catch on fire when i was up there at the front of the at the front of the place and but then she put up with a lot and in my early thirties. I got baptized. Because i thought you know that'd be a nice thing to do for her and But i remember. I didn't wanna do it in the sanctuary in front of everybody was almost like i was ashamed of. And you know and it's funny. I'm on unashamed now and was almost like ashamed of it a little bit and you know and maybe maybe deep down. I didn't think i was worthy of it. Whatever the case may be but Starting my company in nineteen ninety-one with five hundred dollars and this is where god started working in my life. And and i've deviated. You mentioned one time phil on the podcast. You said you know as you get on his journey you will zig zag. that's it. i did some zagging okay. There's no doubt about that. We all do well. I did i did. And so one thousand ninety one i. I'd been fired from a job. Had five hundred dollars to monday. Found a close restaurant found the people that own the equipment and basically long story short. Got them to in house finance me the equipment and i vowed i never want to get fired again. Nfl horrible. And so i want to control my own fate and once again not a strong christian at this point at all but had a good work ethic and i followed all these professional speakers that had always said hey if you are passionate and you work hard you'll be a big success. Well i said you know what i can do. Those two things and karen. I had our first andy. So i i got the restaurant. I finally got a lease. I had to beg to get lease and named it after my son and ian back to that least thing real quick. Y'all y'all get a kick out of this so i called some people. I knew who had money. Because i had to have a cosigner on the lease because we know yes. Yes and They all they all. Who else has probably the worst lease i've ever heard of. I can't. I can't step out on that and finally called my father-in-law and asked him if he'd cosign and he said yes and i thought wow that's amazing. He believes me. But then i found out later. I think he was really afraid. We're gonna move in with him. I really and said we'll give him a shot right now. Letting letting basically cared. Only add even arms covered basis by. I'll tell you that right now. So anyway and ninety one. I opened up. I worked hard. I worked opened. Close cooked every burger from ten in the morning until ten at night and did that seven days a week and i was in a mall and So we did get off a little earlier. You highlighted burgers highlighted burgers steaks full service so i had waitstaff but only had four tables and sixteen barstools at a little tiny.

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Why Do We Do Good and What is the Role of the Holy Spirit?

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

06:46 min | 8 months ago

Why Do We Do Good and What is the Role of the Holy Spirit?

"An argument has developed over I. Think we. and. You can't be good on the low and you can't be good. Jesus. Either you're saying this both ways can't be exactly Jesus didn't have any effect like, Hey, you character agree one hundred percent wrong. Here. I'll give you four words just for the audience. And this this to me is how you learn. Because we both agree that Jesus. is where salvation occurs right? That's correct. So we're good and we love each other. So everybody were all family. We're all touchy feely today. However. The wording. Is We Zach Anna are on one side and you're on the other I have four words. Four words. To. As. The foundation of my argument and it comes from a letter written to the glacier and who thought. In Synopsis Form here. How will I say this who thought that? They needed salvation in Jesus plus. something. that. They could do. Now, in this case, it was circumcision, but to me, it can be anything. And that was a statement made and I'm getting to the forward. In Gullit relations to twenty. Paul said. I have been. Crucified. With Christ. And here are the forward right after an and. I. No longer. Live. So my point is. You can't do good. If you no longer live. How can that be? Because the next phrase. But Christ lives in me. So that's my whole point. You can't say you so well, how come in I John? On those who do good. Well I'm not sure it is but I'm saying. How can you do good if you no longer live. I John says there's two kinds of people those who do good and those do evil will do good. Why can't do it? So, I Realized that it's no longer I who do it? Where's that verse at? Christ lives in me. The Life I. Live in the body I live by faith and son of God. Who loved me where's that verse that says that it's it's I who no longer had the crucified Christ. Increased by I no longer live. That's a different verse. Maybe Colossians three. Let me say. Maybe. It's Romans. Romans. Romans seven says eighteen to. Yeah. This is this is another one. No seventeen seven seventeen as it is it is no longer on myself who do it, but it has since living I know that nothing good lives in me this Paul with Jesus. Yeah. Right, that is immoral sinful nature for I have the desire. To do what is good, but I cannot carry it out. For what I do is not the good I want to do but the evil I do. I do not want to do this I keep on doing. Well, this is this is post. Jesus. So, why why is he wrassling sale? He's going to ask you a question who's going to deliver me from this body of death because he just trying to you once Jesus comes in you say, can you start doing good then sure. But he had but he's in, he's in Jesus I I think that what? He's actually getting semantics well off because he's moving into Romans eight Romans eight is live by the spirit, which is where we get into this conversation last time on. John Fifteen and I think there is a this is a I had a hard time with this up until about twelve years ago because what I kept hearing was do better and be better. At tried it and I tried it and I tried to be yet I thought like Paul that fills here. I felt what a wretched. Man. Am I and every time I tried to do good evil was right there and it's Just I. Felt It. I felt like I couldn't bootstrap myself up and I and I. It's because we grew up in a faith tradition that really didn't have a good doctrine of the Holy Spirit. We didn't talk about the Holy Spirit Yeah. We really if we did it was what will retold he speaks through the written word only what about the inner conviction in my heart that the spirit is my counselor, my helper who's guiding me into all truth. So going back to the do good. I I. Think the Scripture tells us to do our behavior matters but the only way it's less about behavior it's less about works and it's more about what are you desire? What are you want? because. You're going to do what you want most and I think what the spirit is giving us those who submit to the spirit, the spirit as giving us a revelation of the beauty and the wonder of God so that over time my desires can be transformed. You talked about Phil when you are. You back in your sex drugs and rock and roll days like there was a time period. You know 'cause I interviewed you for project work on and when I heard some of the things you're into us man, there was a time period if I came up to you with a with a big fat joint or a scantily clad woman or a bottle. Of Whisky, you would have been tempted to partake in that but if I came to you now that's my point. But now you would not be tempted because the desires of your heart have been transformed over the last forty five years by the spirit because he's revealing to us reality and what it is not right and wrong it's not despair it's not saying. Your neighbors you do An elder must love good. he's got a desire to the older women to teach what is good get the young man set them an example by doing what is good but who is a? Saving you. It's not the already say you're not earning it. It's a free gift. So how do you operate? Well he purified him speak for himself a people who are he's very own and you know what they're eager to do. He. People what is his own and guess what they're eager to do on the PA do good.

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"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"It I as a road ruder hooked to attract whole big long bitter Pecan tree is about like that. Man I didn't I didn't like that it. It was all dangerous, but I mean you know that would have been one way the safest way. Let's track ob sitting on top of now. I don't that swinging a log around like you weren't. He didn't get the car. He didn't get the call this. It's talking about engineering. Safety. You said that's the safest way. Ought to your. Wow graduated high school. That's not Hanover. You gotta be see. Dang graduated from Louisiana Tech. University, which is a very good engineering school, so I guess there must have been a class back in the sixties major was not engineering, but ran around enough engineers to get a little input from time to time. The bottom line is boys. is working like a charm right now. You have intellect. You Have Street smart. Then you had Jesus Smart, which is the ultimate educate well that that covers your in case the whole thing go south. My point is this reminds me of the time that they sunk the boat we. I think we told the story here and I was the only one who is dry. Despite all these great minds of engineering on how to make ice home before daylight using boat, my boat was dry, and I was only one in. There's sunk so you you're the Eliza voidance I just WanNa. I'm in the boat. I was turned shorter circles when the boat sunk. I was the only one who knew had deep. The water was I knew the water would be just below the top of my waiters. I, said I'll see. You just wrote down with the ship and odors, but the but the vote was thinking. Everybody's trying to size grabbing all the weapons. We're going REDUC on here. It's before daylight. It's dark and I'm just riding the boat down and I knew the deep water worse. It was not over my head, but they didn't know that so there. But Jay was with me, he bailed out. Because feels, said y'all helpless. I gave them a bit of good advice I said. STAND UP! Saying Belaid that order, but the reason I'm telling. This is a street. Smart knew it was gonNA drown, they they could stand. They'd figure that part out so I also knew and also knew there was nothing I could do. But I'm just saying from a safety issue I thought somebody has because it really cold. Somebody's gotta be. The survivor to offer help young. Or just to report what happened? There was not that big a deal stone. Ask Jay. them all in water and Jason now. It'd BE I. Jumped and a you count goes down before it goes down ice step out of the boat, and my waiters got about three inches of freeboard, so you didn't get list. Look and the old mud motor. The motor was the sunk, but the motor still not quite sunk about halfway up on, so I'm holding motive limited as a gift, some hip and muskets boat moved over here, but that didn't work is once. The motor went under the water. Well, it didn't go over there every there, so I knew it didn't have watering the motorway. Crank it when we get the boat bill stories get. Out somebody come up with an old plastic deal and we bailed it out, got back in the boat and was in the blind. We decoys out everybody's wet, but me in Jason I. Didn't get wet in the boat sinking, but everybody else got wet well. Old. Turn I think everybody was wet that me. And in our. Damp. So only heard the story, but I thought it was funny. Because in something happens of big proportion like this hunting, or whatever so we gotta Sas whose fault it was pretty quickly. That's usually what we do in depth. We miss about it. Does we gotTA figure out WHO's too many men in the boat? Now was cutting short. It was taken. I heard you. I, was you have it that the boys in the Front? You said too many honey buns. Honey buns. Yeah, they'll be. Watching the robust me and they were moving slower than I, said. Yeah, that honey. When that was. By. There was and I saw what was happening I thought. This is a bad idea and I'm saying when I heard you talking about cutting tree and using it as a plunger. I had the same feeling. This is a bad Rhoda rooter. Oto ruder homemade wrote a router network wouldn't work on. I'm not saying it wouldn't work. I just don't like the plan. Plan yesterday and I told him I said listen if we can get this water flowing through that pipe without getting the TRACO and the log and the rotor. Say Long Time I said so I got water coming out of it down now Dan I go up in there. He's missed a Muslim man. He's on the bars. I mean listen this. I. Guess Solid Muscle. You need a man like that. I said, get out there. 'cause I knew he had sustained muscle power. What he's with that rate and I said. We can do this without having the TRACO. Read bringing it down and we wrote a room. I like your compromise. Broke it loose in. The water took off. And he managed to not be a project because I'm not opposed danger I mean the most fun I've had always has an element of danger. I mean that's what makes it. Funds? Mind that I just don't like somebody because I don't like an operator swinging a tree around trying to unplug. I'd rather just blow as. Well, but your base it on the operator. I've seen. You have operated the contrast Jimmy rare with my life. You did and there we agree to disagree. Don't get anywhere near somebody who said yeah I I do that. What do you go to the School of hard knocks? He has been knocked up. I'm telling you. I mean. The bottom line was by the way when we do something like that and now I've got. You say well. What keeps the beavers from just plugging this APP. Nothing. Here's what a lot of yeah, well I've got an idea. You just said it. You heard what he's saying. He he's not. He. Can't keep them you can. You can do nothing. Here's what you gotta remember about Vivere. Flow of water. Everything is the speed at which the water slowing. There's a certain speed that they won't attend. Will Not attempting because what happens is if they go up there at the mouth of that then they're going through. They're going on a while. Yeah, I got to swift, but I do watching I don't know what the I haven't managed with some kind of micrometer whatever I wanted, but the speed waters going through that pipe determines whether Bieber was. Stop it up right now. They won't even. I think that current slows down and it begins to be high for pipe gummy. Yeah, when it gets down to hide in coming back here, they come back. They say now will let the current help us, and that of bring the debris, and we'll start packing,.

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"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

09:45 min | 1 year ago

"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"Uh! What about you? So one thing we discovered JAS. His last week we went to the. Roberson family vacation, which is a really interesting, because for all the years we've been going, which is at twenty five years now probably since your kids little twenty five year we've been going out of the beast together, and of course. When we were younger, we used to play baseball and football on the beach. Volleyball now now we don't do anything Gotha. Yeah well, the kids still play, but I'm saying like we're now though as we don't. Miss the memo on the entire proceeding. Well, we called them for years EDP everybody but Phil that's what we call. That you've never gone on vacation. I, remember. I asked you about at one time you said you come a man. It was twenty five years ago. And you said what try. Said half naked women, hundred degrees, salt in the water and sand on a tree inside, not a tree inside sand, everywhere in every orifice was. Said I'm I'm out. That sounds hellish. Forgot that part. I'm. I'm saying Boo pet what what bars you get. We want to hear something interesting. I went to the beach this year. Of course they say you know corona virus six feet apart, you know. Florida's beaches were not open. We were in Alabama. So. We go down there and what I found out later after an investigation. Some of our female family members. Didn't like us being so far from the action from town because we're staying way out your way out, because we fish and like all all the golf courses we played through the years. We used to play them all well now we just have one. With these name Peninsula by the way. If you're ever down there in that area, I store. It's all I endorse that the course is awesome. The twenty seven Hong back to your word. Action, what. Exactly is the action that you don't want to get away from. You've asked me to get in the mind of our female family members, which which is dangerous I. don't even attempt at this stage in my life. Here's what I I looked up and thought was traffic's bad. You know I thought the coronavirus. It wouldn't be anybody out here. You know and I thought we were staying way out. Which is where we normally and I'm like the women have made a decision here in the perfect storm happened. There's. Embellish but it seemed like a million people. Well I'll tell you what they they estimated was seven hundred fifty thousand, so you're pretty okay. Seven hundred and fifty thousand people have descended on this beach that I'm right in the middle of a house. There's a condo on the right full and a condo on the left. This is supposed to be I think. This is supposed to be the way. Grown adults family structures have fun, so fun is fond of the. Is that the word we're looking for? Is that what we're doing here? Escape our. Would you so here's what happened, so I walk out. I thought well. There's a lot of people waiting for the fun part. I'm getting they're SORTA. And so, I walked out on the balcony there. And as soon as I, do you know? Somebody hollered. alleged. Hey. Over Nice about her, where they flipping through the bone signed seem nice, but I would say inebriated possibly. Now. We're getting. THEM FINE! I looked to the right and there's a guy that had a long. Lynn's care money I'm sitting on on. The base starts taking pictures. Okay so what happened after that is I never set foot on the actual beat in a week. I never, which is not super unusual for you to be fair. You don't I'm going to the beach to have fun, but there's people were spyglass glasses looking from other? What I'm doing here, some guy, he's high, drunk hollered. Yum, still waiting on the let's go have some fun well so I went fishing love. Here's what I did I'm telling you I was quarantined in the at the house at the beach. That was basically what instead of being quarantine here. I was just going to that the house, but then I would leave when everybody else was sleeping. That's when I was moving around. So I would go fishing. I'd get there. You know before six. And then when the people started showing up, I'm gown, and then I went metal detected at night late night because when they might around. So actually. And, we play golf every day because at the golf course they. They just take care of us and. Play Golf. They don't care. They don't even want pitcher. You know there. Whatever you know, they don't care to play off related. Yeah, they're like just be fast and get out of our way and so and the people that are treated really nice, but Allah that course and you always play where there because yet you've kind of been struggling here and then also needs to. Start, hitting hit the ball. Better and I haven't years. Yeah, that fits our game. It does, and it's kind of fun, because we're competitive as the broth and plus another thing Jesus your boys. They hadn't been there in Awhile -cause school in and all these other things, so it was fun for me. Play with him again because they're both good golfers and yards being around him, you know I. Looking. Big. The epicenter is the beach y'all of playing golf which is. Just a backdrop for us so well, right? It looked. So you're looking for. A part of planet earth where the to what. It's it's an ambiance a backdrop. To what what would you? It's US together, but here's the thing. Golf Appear Young. It's just US doing it to down there. You're not on the beach. You're out there in the Gulf. War So let me tell you my favorite parts of this. Because we're all together. Of course, you got forty. Some people in one house which we're getting too big. I'm trying to to make sure that during the your explanation of what the vacation is about. I'm trying to. Our mind where I'm not some kind of funny. Because right. It's. An unselfish. For the most part at the beach now we get to do L. Selfish things like playing golf and fishing. We like to do yeah, but I'll admit while I'm at the house. I'm only there to. Be With the family because I'm not getting any brainwaves every morning, which is fun whereas low sidebar Miss K., you know had surgery. She's was the bummer. Because the first time. We've all gotten together because Jeff. Spin out of whack living in Texas this year. We finally got. Back in the house in of all things, mom, who loves it and her sister, she gets this clogged artery and he has to have surgery, and so she had to miss it and so breakfast would she does. The bisque is one of the favorite habit this year all right, but but and we at member why Y'all are at the beach having fun. I'm with Laszlo. And and I'm running, but the all women so because. And I want to say we appreciate the prayers and she isn't. She's awesome by the way. Thank you, so we missed her, but you know what you'll find. Fascinating which I was I was really impressed. You had three girls rose up. Nobody appointed. They said we're going to carry on his gaze tradition. and. We're GONNA cook biscuits homemade biscuits every morning because they had help mom in the past. The granddaughters thanks you basically every day Tabin here. I was basically tending to wounds. Of your mother while Y'all were out and they were quite extensive. Extensive. Changing the bandages, but I wanted to say this, so you got bk. WHO's hold it. They K is twelve and she's mom's great. He's twelve. She looked at my granddaughter younger and you had Selah who was about three zero nickname so thirteen. She's thirteen well then Corinna. Yeah, who? Had, taught her at our house had. Was for mayor. She's Jason Sort of adopted daughter. We've talked about before. Nicaraguan she's she's my name's Kuun acquire daughter. And and she's also. So, she, she laughs every time I say Nicaragua. Trouble saying that because you know us being from this culture, every every word we say, we say it slowly. What he all, but everything she says is fast. I was laughing area today. Because you weren't you weren't there? We had that stake the Jacob. And I said well Carino. What anything about state and she said is so deletions, yeah? I've noticed that was like I. said say it again because it was good every time I talked to her and we start you know goofing about or whatever I get into my not totally brave voice. Which is because I?.

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"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"Let's take a quick break. Yeah, get into that. That was a really powerful, so we probably within. Two or three weeks after we all knew we land up for you to come now and You have two sons, and they're their fiances. Came came with you guys and your husband and. So. What what was that like for them like they take all this? Because obviously, you guys were all kind of searching together. Then you find it and I'm curious as to what their thought process leading up to you guys. Come down here where they excited they. You know well. This is interesting. Let's see what happens. You know and Our oldest son is very much a when i. see this on paper. Then I'll believe it i. see what you're saying, but he wanted to see proof of it. Remind me of Meek. So the youngest. Was He's rolling. Stone is what we will always said, and he said Hey, if this is if this is true, then this'll be the winching will for and the oldest is hey, I know, wait and see so. So they were excited though you and Lisa have been an anchor have. I call you my pastor brother now because you very much. A pastor and I was getting text messages. You know and there's. No roots right no roots at this point so every time I would get that message. It would be like reaffirming to me like okay. Yes, they really want to reach out to Texas every day. Yeah, and it. It was important like. At some point in there. Is a lot like you know everybody kind of messaged me and everyone you know. Everyone had their own little personality. You know like like I'm I'm the I'm the coolest one or something like that you know bail out. Now you know and. And shocker. Beautiful that everyone chose to reach out to us and include all of us. To be about eyeballs I, didn't I remain silent. Phone. You can't text. They just said they wait I said. But we, she get chair well, so when you we lease that I met you at the airport when you guys flew in. And Of all things we get into the Africa. I never told that story cop stories because there's a there's a police officer out there at the airport and he's hardly ever there and so no big deal about leaving your car's out front, but that day happened to be there and me. A hard time about US having two vehicles are and I'm dealing with him. When we have our big moment, y'all are coming up. Trying not to get a ticket, you know and explaining everything. But anyway. When we hugged you guys I. Mean we all started crying? Started crying, we got the drug because I had been like I'm not a big crier, but as I've gotten older, I've got more emotional, but like it was Kinda. Just pin up for me, because like just the idea of you guys, and so to actually physically see you. Even though we had pictures of you was, it was a. it was a powerful moment and. And, we cry there for the first ten minutes until toys are I never that and we drove out two miles for the initial meeting, and then we had a bigger one with and everybody because Dad was interesting, because dad had a request that he wanted to just talk for a few minutes, just the two if that was okay and you said it was. And, so we can't imagine the yard or in the driveway and had our initial hugs, and then you and add countless taught for what forty five minutes just to two year on the couch recipes in the kitchen and everybody had warned me that he's not very nurturing and be prepared to be and if they hadn't told me that I. I would have never known. I found you to be very nurturing. Grab Japan and the alleged. Haven't heard this for. Aren't there for the. J. Never saw my gentle. Hammer. I was in shock and I've lived with him along fifty years well. It's not every day that you..

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"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"Then you tell us your story. I thought it was cool. You don't always gave me crap about having three girls. I was laying girl. No I think I told her on the phone. I was like you know always wanted. I did growing up a big sister to like you know take to from this guy's sticking my face in his underarm play basketball. We live in the past man. Yeah it was super awesome. I was so excited. It was like to me like a dream. Come true well and it was fun because we were together so we called her. Momma called her from down from Austin when we were down there with you and I got to hear that I say with mom and it was. It was so neat. Because you know mom always has wanted a daughter and we all know moms like the way she is and so just to hear that first conversation and thanks saying because again we had never taught fill and so just to hear the grace and his look. Let's be honest a lot of women you know. Get News that forty five years later that there's a child they didn't know they had all right nine. Well you know right you know. That's right. He win against his last. So a Lotta Times. This news is not very well received. I think and you think about what could have happened. Yeah I mean look when because we didn't really highlight this but I was just going to check lists in the beginning. I mean she loves Jesus. She's she got up awesome husband and kids she's done mission work around the world she's talented. You know hard work in what she does. And I'm like are you kidding me? I mean there was just something it by all those qualities been there. It made me realize fairly quickly. Will there's no alter your motives? This is not a trick because none of that adds up with somebody is trying to do. It wasn't fitting and So I think that was just kind of wow. We're all really positive. You know in the moment because the transition was life she's awesome. There's this okay you know and I mean feel as we've all talked about especially me and you with our demons against feel when we were kids because they were too little but that's all so long ago you know we've already dealt with that you know and so I think there's something about being transparent and feel has I mean he wrote a whole book. I mean that both that he read from. I didn't know you were going to do that but I'm glad you did because you pretty much laid it out there in a very graphic way hours terrible and I think that's hard I mean people read that and they're like oh a book it's hard to just lay it out there last summer way back when I was getting my feet individuals. Who Haven't fact repented don't mind talking about their past sans but a lot of people who have not repented they keep them they keep them tied. They won't be honest with others are themselves the repentant they don't mind talking about their pass last because they know it's been taken care by the blood of Jesus. I mean reference John Three pennant look pride their CNN's out of them right after John. Three sixteen the most famous verse. He says a lot of people will not come into the light for fear that their deeds will be exposed. We've always said as what all of our books have been pretty transparent about who we are that. It's probably better if we just talk about things and say this is what the grace of God does as opposed to just kind of waiting for something to be unearth on us. You know. There's a lot of people famous. Even we didn't set out to be fans people but we became famous people but they live in fear that some past thing is gonna come back and then all of a sudden they're going to be seen as a terrible person but if you just say how dare what. Burden did a lot of bad stuff. And so I'm not really surprised that there elements that come from it. I mean it seems to me that it's a lot better. You know when you look at a lot of people they're they're more fearful of being exposed in what they did then what they did or you know. I mean it's a it's a huge and I realize you can't worry about that. I mean I've been with one woman and it started on our wedding night but on the Internet. There's people you know make claims. I'm like no what may I. I'm pretty sure you know one woman so I'm saying even if you worry about that people have tried to taint my character and I did that part. Exactly right does it matter. They're still people going to you. Know you in. Some people will believe that you know. So if you're open and honest about your mistakes and you live out there then you ought to go about worrying about. And that's the way I think. God's the way he operates it's not that he didn't know what you did but he appreciates you being transparent to and that's why confess your sins will want. It wasn't because he didn't know you did him. But you're just owning up and putting it out there so we can move on and God.

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"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"Let's take a break and then. I WanNa hear from everybody what you thought about it. I mean I just thought that might be embarrassing to me just this. I don't know how was it. So the first so obviously before she and her family came down and we met everybody Everybody I everybody talked to her on the phone you know initially and so what was your what is go around. How was your first conversation with your sister? You never knew you had well you know and what we had a little bit of a weird situation. I guess I was the only one that she actually met before because she had visited our church right before we got the male when they when they kinda thought it was while right and she was ends. Look at it may say on vacation the next and I don't your memory. The lot of people visit our church from all across the world until I met him. You know and so I mean it's nothing really registered at that moment but so when we got when I got on the phone whether we talked about that and I was like Oh my goodness of course she was like Jas was anyone that met her and her she was like a game to your church. Met You of course. I'm not let me just terrible. I'll meet so many people heard Jay's was well we might have actually been connection last today this 'cause I'm your new brother but a lot of my life is in a fog. I wake up on a basis. Not Real sure where mad I love you and I'm doing holy things that from a bad last time but you know we talked and What I think I told Missy I was like 'cause I brought that up about when I said when the decision was made because to me you know family. I believe the God's in control and you know when when we're talking family I believe that was God's idea getting from act seventeen about he put us in the exact places and I fight with my family a lot but I got their back. I love him. I mean I'm I'm there form so that decision but when I hung up the phone but I told Mrs but I really like her. Which was a blessing you know because I just I. I was ready to go either way. I'M ELENA LOVER. No matter what and I was like I really like her which is awesome. Choose well that's awesome. Bay made it easy so Jeff was interesting because we were together in Austin. Mom was staying with with you. And so jeff has like you know because we're trying to colleagues. I WANNA call her. I WANNA collar I wanna Colorado and of course the running joke in the family released says with me and Willie is the jets. The little sister we never had this movie speak to audiences and so it totally ruined our job now because we have a little sister although my new joke Jeb Zeno jet finally got another sister out there so I can still say the. But so what? What was what was your. What was your you talk for? Two hours this K- over the entire forty five years warned me are at least alerted me. She said someone will come out of your past of that while rat is living someone someone coming out of your pay. You'd think she said someone yourself the process. I think it would probably be a son. But but in this case she said Oh. I'm so glad it's a girl who don't WanNA daughter well. And meanwhile for Joe Town says is I mean miss. Cain was act- absolutely awesome during the holiday was a teaser audience. So so phyllis our sister And Mom are going to be on the next episode you know in the that so jeb ta well let's take a break and.

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"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"All match. Bring her own down. Which is the classic. I learned a valuable lesson They will meet this woman and that'll be a pretty cool. The audience will we know that in all things and all thanks even seeing God works for the good of those who love him who have been called according to his purpose so our audience will meet Mater. We've already met her so It it's a pretty cool Explanation of redemption reconciliation love. It's as it turns out forty five years. You have a daughter that you don't know about. And she has a father she doesn't know about forty five years doesn't sound like very long. But you say that's a while so finally. After all those years we come together. Pardon me part of me apart of May all man 'cause now that we know are I mean I when you told me it's a match. I was like well I love so because I thought she's my sister. I actually read. I Corinthians Thirteen after that. 'cause I just thought this is. This is what I'm Gonna I'm GonNa be but then I thought man. What a terrible deal for her. She's GonNa if she's not familiar with Donaldson whatever and it's going like and she's GonNa say that and say there you go. She's are you kidding out of all people.

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"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"It was interesting because mom remember a lot more than you did. Which the Maga thinking about that later. You're drunk the whole time and night. Not In your right Abba. Mom wasn't so like she remembered a lot of specific she was aware that could have been you know and so there were some little clues in there about stuff that you know she that we're in the letter and so finally. I was where I was hoping you would say you went. You said well. Is there any way we can know for sure? I said Yeah we can do a DNA test she together. She does it up there. You do it down here We do the same company and we can know whether it's a match and you said well let's do it because we need to know we need to know this and so then it was a weird time for me because like we're all praying about it and of course by this time. I I told you guys and we were GonNa do the and she wanted to do the test. And so but it was weird. Because when you're praying about something like this is it's a truth that's already there. I mean she was either as daughter and our sister or she wasn't wasn't either or like you can pray for anything specific. We just got to pray for truth which I thought about it in a way. Isn't that what it's all about anyway? I mean just praying for truth to be reveal and so took the task. She took the test and it took two or three days. And we were actually down without in Austin. And of course Jaffna's Kinda into your mom is with us and then we get calls at call me. And he's like let's ninety nine point nine nine percent match. You gave that information debate. And then yeah and and he didn't say. Hey Dad how you doing I said Yeah. And he said it's a match. I'm not.

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"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"GonNa tell you a story so bad since you brought up the interesting point about your former life A couple of I guess. It's been about three months now. A few months back Jason I got a letter basically at the same time and we actually were sitting here when I was first reading it. And I'm reading this letter while I was GonNa give the letter to feel because it was ever had Donald Duck commander. I think to get some dog food. Which is weird. Did you remember the letter? Well whoever was the reception he got out front there? Whoever got out front the receptionist yeah she gave me the mail for you because some of your mail comes there and so I was gonNA give it to you but as you sometimes do when we do these podcast. You leave quickly and so Ego so I saw I got the male at the church. Also dressed to you sums to me sums to everybody here so I'm read. I got this letter out and I'm looking at it in Jason's Canada's Sydney here. You were out the door Jason. Oh I got that same letter. Had it in your our so. I'm just Kinda just doing a quick glance at it and you know talked about DNA and you know. Baba bond there was a DNA material and there is is so I immediately thought that it was like a lot of letters. We get where people now this. Dna searches so you know people are doing it everywhere. So you get people that are like connected to our families ally. Maybe they found a link where they're related to somebody some Robertson from Virginia. So I just thought it was one of those. I was just Kinda. Oh yeah somebody may be hard for people to understand but like when a lot of people that lost you know dies and you become famous you get a series of letters that start off something like this DNA. I realized I'm your family member. Nc usually skip down to the bottom. And it'll say if you could just send me the check for ten thousand dollars or assigned picture. I mean aside. You're like okay. You know what I mean. Because they tell you need the ten thousand dollars and but I just can't skip to the you. So you were kind of dismissing. I was dismissing. 'cause you like well the time doesn't really make sense and I was just kind of half way listening so day more carefully so just as Tay. What the letter says. Basically it was from a woman who said that by a DNA. Search she thanks. Dad might be heard at once. We get into that and start looking at a little more deeply. I'm like Oh whoa WHOA. This isn't just in your like well. Yeah I mean that that might be something to this and that's it so then. I looked at the day of her birthday and I thought about when dad became a Christian. Because I'm kind of family as store and I thought well that's not he was already Kristie. That was a little confused that but once we figured out. We had two months because because with with filled it's always pre. Jesus 'cause I'm like that's there was a clear dividing line for dad. That's was everything up till he to you became a Chris. Oh my aunt but really look in that what. Christianity is all about. Because a lot of like when I was with your old friends we went on. I think we were actually looking for males. One Time Arkansas. And some of your old buddies were there. I mean this was not that long ago but then they started talking about just things you did. That pre Jesus and I'll it was hard for me. Even though I saw glimpse of that it was hard for me to even imagine 'cause I was like no because I've seen the new man so long so it is a difficult thing to so Jason. I I read it so let me think about. Let me look into this a little more deeply and so a few days went by and then the more I read it the more. I thought this is something we need to try to figure out but so my mindset was. I didn't want to tell mom and dad if it wasn't true because I didn't want to upset them like this is a life changing situation. If at some point we kind of cause me and you were talking about it since we both were in on the discovery because we both concluded this is not one of these frivolous things. We've got it. It looks like it may have some we had to pursue right so we call Zach our cousin that works with our new producing our podcast dad. Show and we're trying to kind of come with a game plan so we kind of tried to figure out a way that like one of us could do a DNA test. You know because you were looking on the line and look. I recognized all the names of people I knew shores and Ivan People. I grew up here in granny. Talk about so I could see them all over there and I was like. There's something connected here that's when we started saying that there's you know there's something here but of course there was a missing line it was would have been your line and your siblings and all of us. None of us are mentioned so I was. How could we do a DNA so we were trying to figure things out and finally Zach and I were talking and Zach said well I'm just GONNA collar? What do you think about that? I said we'll just call her. Just tell her we got the letter you know because I started thinking about it. I thought this is. There's a forty five year old woman out there that doesn't know who were dad is and she's looking and I thought even if it's not dad she needs to know it's not bad so so Zach. Calder he talked to her. He called me and he was like you know. I mean I don't know anymore in terms of whether it's actually true or not but I mean she's not Alfred anything she's not this. This is a this is A. She's a Christian and he gave me a little bit about history and so I was like we gotta we gotTa Tell Dad and mom just got to go talk about this and so I I came out here to to yours. Mom's house and I told you and I showed you the letter. In course. Dad didn't remember anything. No specifics about it..

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"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"You Know Jeb said what took you also yeah. I was surprised by that question. I was like well. That's a good attitude. You know what took so long to get down to bright hair and actually was you and Zach both turned it around the same time because they were they were up together. They were in college. I Guess It's supposed to Colin. Gotten off on the wrong path and will. You are working with the college minister at the time. How long have we keep you under our quarantine for about house arrest about three months? It was like the whole hunting season. Yeah Agi I just remember. I gained like forty pounds but it was an awesome time. 'cause I'm remember. We studied like every night. Stay the Bible Aria. Yeah I've noticed in when people Make that transition there. There is a process. We you'RE GONNA dry out in one phase. But then you're replacing. I think of that story in the Bible when it's unless you replace it. You know the when Jesus had healed the guy was demon possessed. He's like seven times. Worse will come if you don't fill it up with something but notice in that process is always I mean. It's a is just weird how that has to happen. It's like stop all that. Get a new motivation in a new direction. Use Marines Yup and get your friends say everything starts changing so then you can can function because it in the we're all week and it's hard to break any council wrote in my one of the one of my books. I'd spent twenty eight years under the influence of Satan To be specific the Apostle Paul said controlled taken captive by Satan. I knew it'd take time to untangle all those lives and you can't untangle allies of the devil when you're running with the devils children. I knew better needed to do so. I entered a self imposed sort of holy witness protection program. We'd already moved on the boys from Junkins city. The much I've been running with. They didn't know where I was leaving. I changed a phone. Number are cut off communication with all of the People. I had run with WHO had trained me to follow the one. Stop running around with my so called best buddy and I said ground zero. I'm I'm I'm shutting down so in some ways boys. It was kind of a self induced evil quarantine for quarantine from able. I just got hard to reach all of a sudden it you know. I think we all have different stories. But it's similar situations like with me. I mean I looked at how you are in your former life. I was a little kid and it's all a little doggy. I just came out of it with one Senate. I'm not doing that. And it really wasn't even a spiritual decision. I just said I'm not doing that but when I came to Jesus at fourteen I just kind of tried to not do wrong because in my mind. That was my main motivation. I'M NOT GONNA go down that road but there came a point where I was like. I can't coexist with my friends in that mode in took me a couple of years to realize but I find. We finally got to the point where I was like. I had to go through the same process. Even though I wasn't doing what they were doing it just it just kept escalating the persecution the arguments the. What are you doing here and it just it got to where it was kind of an evil situation so you know fortunately for me. I shared Wa. I wasn't GonNa do it. Which was was Jesus with which then plant the seed for them for years to come to have a place to come back to and most of them. Did you want a lot of? But that's why when we were going around talking about what we were doing. I've always looked at anybody that can understand. Jesus enough to surrender to him. You know to be baptized. They can then facilitate what happened so I don't like it when religions tend to put share in Jesus in a category that we're GonNa do you know once a year. Well let's have an evangelistic rally you know go share. Jesus I just always viewed that. That's the only reason I can think of a why God allows the this whole life to continue is to use us in a way and everybody does different things even us you know for making a living and but that really is your platform for sharing. Jesus I mean whether it's just a conversation at a hospital rain. You're trying to help someone or I've told you I've been to you know functions where everybody was drunk but me but I would find ways to introduce Jesus because even though you're you're you're just laying a foundation there though. The Light Bulb may come on but whenever it does then they can say okay. I gotTa make some wholesale changes. Because I can't keep going things like this and expect good. Thanks take quick break and I've been telling you we have a story to take today's we're.

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"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"So willie's so that was in the. That was probably ten years after camp started when asked how many kids last year came camp. Gop See in in the old days we'd have three or four hundred kids. But I mean now. How many kids site? I think it's a couple of thousand plus incredible per session a week order. Well when you add them all You've got 'cause you're doing a lot more citizens to basically people coming in from all around the country that come to camp that come work for John. Lewis are good children. Y'All were start young so you raised down here on the riverbank. Get older and older and older. I remember when all of you know started shaving. Whatever checking the chicks out. Y'All go but I'm looking at all four of you now. You work with what what group they what did they do. We raise money for orphans and Do Adoption Orphans Widows Orphans here in Willie so winning? What exactly do you do now? You're seeing the commander. But what do you do on the side are well? I'm on the Board of Camps Yoga. So that was one of our efforts but Yeah we do We do stuff. Now I'm the Evangelism director at my church to Bingo Bingo. Two out of JAS you step up. What exactly the Kingdom of God son whereas you're sure what roles expert really cater lot. I did six zoom meetings last week with some youth group so fresh. Aren't you into the like the Song Service? Pretty missing the worship. Yeah Bingo Bingo Bingo. We teach class fail. It's you'll like this. We got it from Well I'm bringing up names now. I can't remember always forget his name No the guy he saying more worship songs in anyone on the planet helped me will out and our no Ashville first time. Yeah first time I met him just think of a worship song and he he sung. It met him at the Tibo. Am Tom Thank you? I mean we're actually friends. We probably were before. I just did that. Sorry Chris. You're so close. He wrote a book. He wrote a book with another. Fella and it was called Holy Roar. Very good book. We actually taught it in our class but the name of our class church is called holy roar which weeks. That's three three three which slack here now. I'll preach volunteer preacher volunteer preacher which has been fun. It is shaping man be a volunteer preacher. It is because I get to the parts of it. I Love I get to do and the Parson I used to hate. I don't other people do so. Volunteer preaching is way better than the preacher from from my perspective. We know ever since I've taught teach classes free some whites very alike. That don't get paid because I can't get fired either and you know it's kind of gives you don't hire you. They can't they can't fire you and they say what was all that about like. Gingrich pay for Bill Toomey skew film saying Bingo Bingo. Bingo Bongo fails then something though. Thought about if it would have been in the age of cell phones and our when he talked. Can you imagine the kids if you just had a camera set up in get their facial expressions when they said we want to introduce you to your p. e. teacher for the year and here's fail standing there I mean? Can you imagine what they saw? What in the world is this all about? I'd love to have seen that. I saw a picture of the day that if you because the the bowling alleys to be across the street from our church so when we were having school their bowling was one of the P. Activities. And it was. Yeah there was a course. Yeah of course and so there was a picture of somebody a picture of me Bolan Which I look kind of light river to me as little you know one very big and Davidge just standing back there arms crossed like there were several people standing around and talking. I hadn't thought about that era and along you teach like a bullying skill or do you. Just let them go. Member taught him how to bow really. Don't add up. Did you ever go bowling all? When we went through the bowling member we went through the list name on the ball. They didn't have a gym and I was the head of physical education. Which was my major tech educated? So they have mean. What were they play? Bali inland. We played baseball in the lower. Oh yeah burn down. This world burned out but it was there time so just a way to you. Know what's what are we going to do about his taxing known about trade sweat out in the partner volleyball net doing that ball not so much all payment so I was limited in what I could do. A lean. One of these days used to do because remember. He's not at this point. He's twenty eight twenty nine years old. He was still in really good shape and can still really. Zane THE FOOTBALL. So part of it was you showing off your skills. People would put things on the top of vehicles and with throw the ball. I come off. I mean that was like a whole session about amazingly. Now you fash over forty five fifty years. Whatever it's being will you face forward the the little girls and the gas that are taught. That's why it's very wrote in the parking lot. The Volleyball Net and the bowling. Well they're grown and have children but I remember him as just eighth graders. Ninth graders and everyone's to walk up and I'll say you know I remember you and you in the eighth grade girl said that you have four kids and I said what's that quick or what she said on believably quick they bring it up all the time they had a big time. All you know bill. Smith's work place where road and Carl Allison's daughter. I'm and when they were seventh eighth graders and now I'm looking at them. You know. They have their own families. Now let you know. We're we're all grandparents y'all done pretty well boys. I'll give you that you don't pretty well for bingos Yup Bank for Bingo Yeah well it is interesting that we all sort of have a a ministry and we. I guess we always have you remember the time we put up there under house arrest. Al You remember that yeah. Jeff went under house arrest in the intervention intervention. Running with the wrong we. Yeah but I love Jeff Response after the intervention and everyone said they had to say you all and Jason Willy and Miss K..

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"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"Maybe should come back to talk about that later. It was a woman ring. So I didn't know Jessica ever lose. I think you send me a picture which wasn't hers. Okay he did check which now by the way we've mentioned this Lopez so jay says you river into metal detecting or whatever treasure hunting guests and it's perfect today with all of our stuff and actually last week. I found to civil rings both with diamonds one of them. They're pretty small. But one of them's yeah zillow. Yes and now I have a friend so live today. Gyp is like I guess he so into it. So he's at mom's car in her middle thing has so much change in at the some of his glued to the middle of her. Yeah Bay and the car so just digging through there. I don't know what he's looking for. Yeah silver sounds like I now. He's doing the deep dive on mom's car. That's that's how that's a little beyond you know metal detecting well fail it. Becomes you know kind of Panama. Habitual thing so when. I get changed from any place now. I just make a quick run through their rare coins that you don't realize it worth substantial amount of money and it's just kind of cool. I like coins. Acsi pay my daughters friends for their change in their car. I'm like I'll give you two dollars for all your change for like a dollar and I'll give you back your change. Now make you know a little bit of it. I did too. I did the same thing even that even the dullness of the coronavirus of nothing to do has not led me. How would I pay for cash out though it? And that's that's about as far as there are some other reasons in my opinion that you're probably not doing that. Actually pretty substantial manual labor sweating is involved taking with a y. Yeah that's your idea of exercise. I wish I it does. You'll be calling like cross fit treasurer. You'll be calling your pt after one day with men. Now I've watched you all in my yard not it's looks like an old man on a leisurely stroll. It's not justified. Your mind exercise is not one of them. I believe it pulled up. What are you doing? There used to be own house here. Okay I'm looking for treasure. You didn't say I'm working out when I was working. I did find a really cool coaster in your yard from late nineteen fifty. It's like they used to give it if you bought a house or whatever they give you a coasters found ones made of aluminum but it was cool. So if you want it you can now. My Yard looks like a little squirrels. Is this little? He lived digs up little holes. Every he's a little boys and neighborhood and mole with the wand doing cross fit. So what are you going to well so you just rebuilt camps Yoga Awesome? We did five years. It was time for a little update. So Yeah it looks. Awesome out there. We're getting ready for summer camp so we totally redid the gymnasium air conditioning. Which will be awesome. Can you imagine all of us? Were audience like Kamioka. Which I think we've mentioned yoga before. Because they gave the name days and didn't know choke it was Christian youth camp it was like an Indian folklore or something and so we talked about the camp and so all of us have been a part of camp even dad when he first became a Christian of you remember. This debut taught out there. Yeah did it camp. And so. It's a long tradition and cory will his wife's grandfather one who started it back in the sixties and now John Luke? Your son is running it so it's just to me the Nita's story that you got four generations. Corrie's parents met there in Cory Cory. I met their bill. Nineteen word to your mother was not taught a few courses at Camp Chair Yoga Yoga or she yoga. Whatever talked like washed or Christian school? I was the head of the Physical Education Department. Which was the parking lot? Times are hard little little the revenue stream. It really not caught up with yet now. They have their own state of and everything but in those days they were starting like Westbury road. I ever said because I taught in the public school some you know in between drinks so I came out of that wild background sinful background and all of a sudden I'm converted to Jesus and I'm thrust into dealing with the sons and daughters of God. I'm dealing with their children. So is you got that job. Well they went out on a limb and how long it would. Yeah so they're monitoring me like I'm a ex meth head and are murderers rapists but David keeping an eye on one hundred and fifty bucks a week so I you know I was burning. We just got only hundred dollars a week. Yeah they only call me on me domes- K. Was she says so. How is it you know? How is it teaching thing and going to the camp jail? I said they're the best kids I've ever run up on said. I said whoever these people's parents are these kids parents are said. I'm saluted him. I said these are the best kids I've ever been around him. I didn't know they had kids like this. I mean there were so Disciplined well man. They were well disciplined. They were just good. Little kids and I was impressed so as far as I e learning to you. You've repent and come out of the world and you end up talking to the children of the faithful well. It should have had an impact like that on. Did I mean I was like well? The y'all in the same vein. When I saw that that made me say you know what this is real? I`Ma think about it a guy I've twenty eight years old before we ever repents and he's not worried about school. His Scooter Children Aris hours in the public school system. They were not too good.

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"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"Me. It was different pizza place. If you don't conscious jar but somebody saw one person do it and so then like that became the thing you know mean that was different restaurant or if you have a youth group or if you know of anyone that has a youth group associated email jase and devotional on zoom. Call I'm not guaranteeing that we know. Jason Group became America's America's maybe. We'll start the process. That may allow that to happen. That there are no guarantees. Just remember. There's a lot more you there's Jays This all right team Fella stains get the word out. We gotTA teach a youth so tells what y'all been doing. So what are you doing these days? I know jets that Texaco now. Yes in Austin work for Aug children which we talked about How I gave a pretty big sum of money to your appreciation and some others did some of our. Phyllis went over super. Well yes thank you know. If that's GONNA work go through an approval process episode. Back is the longest I've ever heard that and not say anything. I think the Philistines thinking. I don't know but I'm just thinking back. Let's see an sired displays. Aren't you proud day? Sired Philistines will understand. That one is speaking. Sira jail to be your bedroom. Did you sires your children here in our command center. I'm pretty sure one. Did you live here. He lives in a weird about that right now. There's no that I mean. This place is history. Willie turned well. Was it you let him live here. Was It yours is this. I got this House I asked. I purchased it from him. Oh is your house far. I never know that and now it's mom and dad's well listen. I'm kind of charity or something was gifted to them. I actually found a silver ring in this yard really. Yeah so did you ever. What was that one fight? That went bad..

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"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"Forget really does have clever ideas. Although I'm not sure if I want to to me by the way welcome to Willie jazz personally bad. All four in the unashamed demand central DEL resist driving by. But I was what I was GONNA say so. More people have been watching. Everybody's been in this painting mode. Boredom mode corona virus. We've come here in our little world kind of gotten back. It seems like we're a little back to normal but a lot of requests started coming in about. Can you do a video for this and you know? Will you talk to our church or saw started just to make video like you know in these times you know we need to put our faith you know. I mean I'm not making light of it but then I thought that's not very personable so my sister and I was like you go through emails if there's a youth group who has a request I'll do it lineup. Zoom meeting and they can we'll do. Qna So. I did six last week in between the last time I mean from I think New Mexico's one. Colorado North Carolina Maryland. Forgot where the other two were but It was fascinating. 'cause you're looking at Hollywood squares like site Brady Lakes. But it's like way more of them. I mean some of the kids are driving. You know I was telling him for that. I think I'd hit a nerve and they'd pull over and just listen on sorrow so all done is the same principle we do on this podcast which is introduce the author of this book right. Because I'm the words won't mean as much to you in the Bible if you don't know or have you know a intimate view or closeness to the one who wrote it I I do the same illustration every time because they all have their cell phones as having a cell phone they all pick it up and then I say well if someone sent you a message on their like meet me at McDonalds at you know in an hour and they weren't in your phone. How would you respond to it? And it's kind of funny some of their responses. You know most of them. It's a fearful thing they're light they're thinking since I don't know this person and they somehow got my phone. That's the last person I would go. 'cause THEY LAST PLACE. I'd go because it hurt me so I use that as an example to main because one of their questions is always. What verses do you recommend for us to share with our friends or and I'm like share introduced Jesus and then we'll get to the versus if you need versus to do that. Okay but you basically want to introduce Jesus because everything about him is good or cool or also but they were probably said. Yes if you'd said meet me at Chick-fil-a Yeah I think the McDonald's lovely I'm all in okay. I don't know who you are but it sounds good. Who doesn't want good tickets? I here's what I like about the people. Listen to podcast. I did that on our last podcast I told about that illustration about the phone so I noticed. I don't get on Social Media Very Altima the other night I was on there on twitter for some odd reason and I had like seven messages from different people. That said meet me at Janis.

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"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"Hey welcome to unashamed podcast with phil robertson along with the how and jase all things robertson kind of gave me are view and take of course on the bible a as well as what we got going on down here on the river from unashamed command center as we call it a today's episode is is really interesting we kind of continue our discussion about the arc 'em we also talk about women's soccer a wish you wouldn't think you'd say only under saying by gas but we did we talk about that today a handsome and some other things to get us going again are blood pumping a we talked about the dinosaurs new earth old earth a as well as our favorite topic which is hunting and now we get to the birthplace seven in this episode so a lot of great stuff i think you'll like it could do let us know what you think about unashamed a policy what about you all right well what a what a it'd be boys doing this last week without any ridge and i went and spoke at a rally for a it's called teen challenge but there were people that were not in their teens in the program and what they do it's kind of like the twelve step program but it's one step in its jesus they put you in house ezeiza people you know trying to overcome drug addiction alcohol abuse most 'em from what i gather had been in prison or just got out and so i think they look look at us and think we tried everything else you know get them up here speaking they told me they had once that jesus is like what cameo made in they had like a walk on yeah you can jog wormers for it was in monroe it will have the foresight park and i was surprised there were there were a few hundred people there but it always strikes me when i go to these things if you wanna try to deter the drug problem you know i wish i had taking my daughter there 'cause i'm like you just start talking these people i mean half the people i've talked to they're still in the shake state you know they're looking around for you know something to put in their body and so you know they they do weekends where they all get together they have you know some some for whatever reason they're musically inclined they get up it's it's basically like a concert you know they they go the part because they need something the david and they're trend get clean no cell phones no labs top of the cell phone no cell phone and then also that yeah yeah they're basically i think it's an eight month program that they're trying to number one get off the drugs over to get on jesus but over three just function in life and get the support from other people trying to do the same thing so i suppose that saturday i i thought it went really well my lesson about a hundred and twenty folks a some homeless people coming here we prepare a meal farm sunday morning you listen every saturday represented come as you are a starter that twentyfive it's about a hundred and twentyfive there yesterday i took d a world war two memorial the crossed that just the case just went before the supreme court and whether they're gonna leave the crowd song the landscape been there ninety years somebody comes along the human society remove the cross it up in just when we see it will be dry by i was pleasantly surprised and very thankful for the latest to additions to the supreme court when they basically said a the.

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"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"phil robertson" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"Unashamed? What about you? Welcome. Everybody to unashamed with Phil Robertson Magadan, how jase Robertson as well. The the Brent the traffic to come into you with our own ashamed. Pike cass. We're excited about it. This is our second bite at the apple last time. We little bit about are kind of what got us to this to this table where we're coming to you from the beautiful wash towel river, which as we speak is getting higher and higher. And it's dead. You say sometimes we live on the river. And sometimes we live in the river. I'm driving through water to come to my abode. I'm driving to backwater. And you wanted that. I wanted that don't away to row this. It's a beautiful thing. You have to learn about floodwaters, you gotta remember the almighty when it rains a lot. It floods. If it doesn't rain at all. It's a drought. So it's a bummer on. Hands. Let you have to be prepared the best she can for both. So therefore, the only thing you can do with backwater on the wash towel river. Is you better be on a higher elevation in your barely there? I'm barely there. You created an island? It's it's close you what we got twelve hundred acres about ten of them are on dry ground. And someone says ten acres are dry and all the rest is flooded of all the land. We owned you said, they say were you? I said I'm on the tanned dry. That's I think what people miss because the water is dangerous. You know, we had hunt in at this year. We had live jackets on the whole tomboy. People miss about a flood of this magnitude because this is probably top five of the last what forty years, let's his Rian row, which is pretty unusual, which is all the critters that they're moving to high ground that when they see your house there. Are like that's a perfect place for me to set up camp. Thanks. We already kill numerous cotton miles and before it's over the water being right at our house. It's pushed all the cotton mouse into my yard and the surrounding areas though, it live. Date festival snakes most of our non-poisonous. No about those. But trust me when I tell you you are watching the ground where you are walking the ground. You're walking on you're looking at the ground. You're not just willy nilly runout and in your yard. Well, let's crazy is the mice. Come. You. Don't realize how many mice they are until floodwater when they go and you have in the snakes thereafter, the mice. And then the ants come in in the middle of all that. And it everybody going to higher ground around here. All the critters were them. It makes it a dangerous place. But you know, it's it's the laugh you chose. I guess for us that there's the laugh we grew up in. Of course, we fish when we were going up commercial fish, and then me and Jason willy. And I guess Jeff is well used to fish the banks. You know, it was just part of our. Well, this water great for spun and fish. I mean, I it you we would really crop of crawfish. Is. Crawfish of this. This all goes in the Taft basin. Those crawfish are always there all the way up this high crawfish by the by the all you just change recipes every day, but keep catching them and eating them. You know, we tried our hand their year to there for me and Jason Priestley school that was on for two weeks. The commercial crawfish. Ing. Oh, we can make money from this week crawfish every day. Yeah. When we started doing that. Oh, man because not the the crawfish would paint. You you use them fish for baits. He get fend. And so then blood poisoning would start then every five traps that would be a snake and every five snakes will be a cotton mouth..

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